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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 25, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
daily
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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IDEAL WEATHER *
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Summary Justice Meted Out toLouisiana Mangled by Wheels
*: Ideal weather for the Royal ",
Brute by Outraged Revels in honor of Prisons VII; *
Rex, is promised by the Weather *
Citizens.CONFESSED .- : : J V 7 I 0 r'ii Bureau of the United States Department 4? IN SIGHT OF SISTER

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CRIME .z J J Frankenfleld. of the Washington n Car Passed Over
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the request of this paper In reply S '
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Stood Against a Tree and Bod '"' 0) V' / /1 special observation. for Sunday, # .
oJ"j. Monday and Tuesday the follow-
"j. '\ v : .; tog telegram was received: J ACCIDENT'' WAS UNAVOIDABLE ASIj
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Riddled With Bullets. '. ,' ,: "a Ir '*.aVashlngton; "The Pensacola ,JournalSf'D. C., Feb. 24. CHILD, RAN DIRCCTLriN: FRONT?
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: -weather will be \fair SundayMon-: : THET1C SCENE AT HOME OF BE I
SCENE ARRIVED TOO LATENE.GRO day and Tuesday with moderate 71-
temperature. # REAVCD PARENTS STATEMENT .
CHARGED WITH ASSAULTAND ; "FRANKENFIELD.:' *
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MURDER OF MISS LEHR: 1 I x *

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TENCED TO DIE. ) The second fatal accident on that

1tHsu ? : TWO KILLED AND tracks Pensacola occurred Terminal yesterday Company's morning city

6y Associated Press.
'When Charles Edward the two-rear-f
Shreveport, Feb. 24.-A mob of five \ old eon of Wra. H. Caro, an engtneertresiding .
bcndred men shot to death Wiltz u at 916 EL Jackson St., was run t
Page; a negro, : aged thirty, and after. u oJ rr r ti, rl OVER FIFTYINJURED over by car No. 29, nearly in front of i
1L 'Td burnd his. body near the town .' his home. From an accounts the accident -

o< enville in this parish this after- ,. ;- :"i lY ( I F was one of three unavoidable
non occurrences that cloud the horizon. of
The negro; was captured during last Lfe.
nizai: suspected of being the one who Children are almost always playing t
attempted a criminal assault on Sarah : ;, j' Sn the streets on Fast Hill There
Gantan leven-jcar-ola' school girl' i : : were quite a number on Jackson street
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afternoon *
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sierday : Jf oc this occasion and JMotorman Bray
Page was identified b)' the girl and d.... ",: I 'Was net running very ra.pwily' as he
when a deputy sheriff started to jail ; passed between,Ninth and Tenth aven
< ith him a mob overpowered the ofh a' Jr I The Result of Two Trolley Cars ues. Little Edward was among the

r'r and took the negro. Us was'taken {i f - ., arutt! } \ i fl - others and as the car was coming he
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1.1 tae: none of his crime where he I -'Jinri J np'OYer.High' Wall at ran across the trade and* was run
made a full confession the' the
down-by car. From statement
The mob then stood him up againsta ... t ti. j ll P : I II N I i Pittsburg. of the mortormaa the little fellow 4,
trop and riddled his body with bul- I : i ? i'L' : was following a 'Woman or playmate: t
lets, niorthan five hundred shots boms r :','t': ; : SI and the dash across the track was a
; Fred! I By Associated Press surprise to the man at the brake. '
.Uter the shooting a fire was startea'crour. : ..' Pittsburg, Feb. 24.To personsare Still he applied It with all his might
; .i the body and the mob remained ." 15; df" : 1 \ reported tafead and fifty or more but all too'late and the little life was '
unn',' ,the negro wns cremated. .. injured a number seriously, as a result crushed out in aninstant.Witnessed .
A military company ordered to then '; t ': of two trolley'ca.rs on the Mil: : by Sister.
"'' o,* the governor arrived too : ville and Etna, street railway gOi:l:;
There two features that make
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different'points
:ate a the mob had dispersed. over a high wall at
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the accident
: : : .. within short time of each other. older sister the more witness distressing. And
was a and the
EGRO BRUTE WILL On- car contained 65 passengersand ,
the father'of the child was out of the city
wall
HANG NEXT'THURSDAY went over a 45 foot and
and had baafe: his baby boy 'good bye'
I other car contained forty passengers
but a few hours before. There were
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24. Charles Cole- and went over a fifteen foot wall.The
>hpv cort. Feh> .
four children in the family, Florence s
the
<-:an The' negro charged with the as accidents were caused by 12 Willie, 9 aboutC
aged Annie
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,brakes
auD: and murder of Miss! Margaret motormen losing control of the 5, and the little boy who was kilted.\
ai was convicted in the district EXECUTIVE: COMMITTEE AND1N lie would have been three on August.S

.noun>rrc nere hours.to-diy'' Governor after a trial Blanchard lasting CONSIDERATION N THREE DEAD TWO KILLED WHILE 28 her: nsxt mother Miss in some Florence of the household;?). '

*ho attendee the trial signed his nudes' and happened to glance from
NA 1ES PRIMARY DATES
'!""ath warrant and next Thursday, be- RESISTING ARREST the window as her little brother was s

''teen'ld:* 'tme" in the the of hours execution afternoon of 9 in was th3 fixed morning as I OF PENDING N NINE I N E BADLYINJURED D L Y By Associated Press I i struck out Eddies: "Oh by killea the Mamma"car and Eddie's at once killed.cried" {


',The, evidence introduced was con- First Will Occur May 15 and Second June Louisville the Evening, Feb.Post 24-A from brief Hindman dispatchto ,' From the appearance of the bruised'I
t um'e and the Jury returned a verdi body and the accounts witnesses! it ,
," ot three minutes. Ky., says that late last night in an
guilty in seems that the boy was struck first
Four military! companies were on 12-- Campaign nuittee attempt to arrest Fairer and Perry I left
MEASURES on his tide and thrown into thou
rna-d during! the trial. Slone end( Henry Short at a place:' air and forward on the track. Then
The feeling is still intense but it is '- ': eight miles from Hindman.' the Slone the wheels ran over the body, slight;
hlieu'd the law will ha allowed to '. : : Named. boys were killed: and deputy Internal I Iv diagonally just above the waist:'
wound
and Stone
Collectors Holiday
late its course The car stopped possibly two car-
Senate Re- As Result of $100,000 Fire at ed. lengths W>ond where the little body: :
Occupied Attention of Special to The Journal. First: Primary as May 15 and the was picked up. A neighborsaw that(
MRS. DUPREE CUT Jacksonville, Fla. F3b 24,--The second Primary will ba hela' on Jun& Kenyon, Ohio, Military Academy FOR MURDER accident and thinking only of the pooif ;R
HELD
publican Leaders During Florida State Democratic Executive 12 mother and without stopping to aster.t' :
HER OWN THROAT Committee met in this city today and The following! campaign committee Early Yesterday.By i tain the real condition of the boy took ', : ;
Yesterday.By transacted considerable business but was ap-pointPd D. U. Fletcher H. L.1 OF JAS. B. MARCUM, him up anal carried him to her own
-- nothing of particular importance except Dodd, S. Phillips! A. W. Cockrell. :Jr., home opposite the Caro home only to r
By Associated Press the naming of the dates for tji;' John M. Bryan, C,, E. Davis and A. C. Associated, Press. find that lift was extinct. This neighbor to
Atlanta Feb\ 24-Mrs. Nina Dupree Associated Press. i primaries and the appointment of a Blount, Jr. Gabina, O., Feb 24.-Three are By Associated: Press. might have saved a more severe t
who was found several weeks ao in! Washin'; on, Feb. 2,4. rSenate republican -campaign commitete. The call issued was almost Identical ,dead, nine seriously injured, and several Jackson, Ky... Feb 24,The Breathitt shock to the mother had it not been '
the home of a prominent citizen, for leaders have been giving;i The Committee fixed the date of the ,with the call of 1904 others more or ,less hurt as the County grand jury today ret'1Tledi for the exclamation of little Charlie s '
whom she worked outside the city consideration today 40 important pending which Mlllnr', Indictments Charging Judge James sister. f t '1
destroyed
result of fire
limits! with her throat cut and who legislation Including the railroad I Hargis and Ed. Callahan with the; Father Notified. t >
declared she had teen attack by a rate, statehood and Philippine tariff;Seventeen Year Old Italian !Hall,,of the Ken}on Military aca'demyl murder of Attorney,James B. Marcum' Mr. Caro, the rather Is an engineer ,
negro who = = ', North Halls)) and the north I I{ a. F.
inflicted the injury has bills with a view te formulating a i Delane ana' hew two years ago, and against on the Louisville and Nashville anrtp
Much excitement was aroused at on )Monday will be held I,r I Girl Murdered Her Uncle at 4 o'clockVhi e all were asleep. I accessories to the same: crime. Alexander 'regular run. A message reached.
the toe and posses w!th blood hounds I an informal conference! at t'which the Hargis was not named In the
search for missing boys
The Three
searched the vicinity, without result. will be made a proposition to displaces; .. indictments. (Continued on Page )
Th! cause of the' self.Inflicted in the statehood bill and make: the railroad !I+ Dy Associated Press. .[that': on' tbe day o' her weduaj. two j bogles of whom it is now certain are I ...
h. inot known, but it is unJer-I bill, unfinished business. Under,:I New York, Feb. 24-Mrs. Josephine: months ago, her jouag husbaud! left under the ruins, was stopped late this II
**ood, hat domestic difficulties made this plan the discussion of the statehood Terrano\a a, seventeen year olJ I tsr. I afternoon by falling walls. t
r-* morose. bill.will not be interfered with. In Italian girl confessed UKOay that she I! :Suffering from the jeers of herd Dr Pierce president of Kenyon anJ
addition to the report vhich will be killed her uncle and attempted to lallj friends she said she put on all herd| Regents Wiant and Williams who are I I
HOCH made by Senator Tillman on the rate ais wife, and Declared that she was,; wedding finery went to her uncle's i: leading "in the search through the,I
BURIED IN bill statement of individual'' views justified in doing so, ;' ream and after firing two shots from;: ruins, narrowly escaped ,d ath when
will be be made by Senators Dolliver, When arrested she' told the police1 a """"revolv-er and missing, fatally st.ab-j) the wall fell! i
POTTER'S FIELD and Clapp." I Ithat her 'uncle had taken advanU-'eJ: bed him and wound her aunt j j The dead and injured are all students !
y I her innocence, with' his :wie'si 1 She was arrested to-d'\)' soon aftjerj j of the Military academy and alt I :
10f ; and had-so mistreated net tae death of her uncle i Kenyon. ** i iH'
By! Associated Press. CONFESSED 1 TO I I 1 i Parents; sisters and fathers of the ,

CMeago' Feb. :24! .-The body of i d;ad and' injured 'arrive on every
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1chann .Hoch who was hanged hereesterday MURDER !! France Wants Peace if i ii 1!train
WIFE Only
hours for wife murder, lay for The property loss, is about one hun
ln the county morgue today i dred thousand dollars:
wS: felts were being made to secure I I Her Rights
are
: Respected
Associated Press t
interment In a cemetery. R*- By ,
i'a'E'd attempts to secure such permission Albany; N. Y.. Feb. 24.-John Ham!I i it SEVERAL.KILLED.
foundin
w manv gas cemeteries denied,by and the the authorities attempt: mond a ,trunk whose in wife's their body home was here last j'!I! By Associated Press. i ij 1[t already reached the furthest limit of''' i a

W'as:\ finally abandoned and the body November, nearly two weeks after I I j Paris,. ,Feb. :24! .-Officials of the'[concession_, and that, therefore, fromj! IN T. P. &. W. WRECK _- Ar
burieJ in Potters field.HOUSE she was supposed to'have been murdered -': foreign office emphasize! Premier Ros-'i the standpoint of the goternm?nt aufthoriti's. ': !
and ten days after' he himself: vier's stat ment. In the Chamber ofDeputies
walked into police': yesterday that "France; >I, It it preferable to continuo] By Associated Press. _
PASSES MANY had disappeared rthf, Morocco though Feb 24.-Tfce Toledo,I Ili 1.i
,su endered.''wants.JH>ace on conditions assuring statu quo in as ] Peoria 111.
and "
... PRIVATE PENSION BILLS headquarters: today: I j bound
"=:!5a > killing his wife Since, her rights and her ulgnity" as'rtm-|: the conference had net tried to deal i P oria and Western west passenger
.",slon ngton, Feb. 24-In a two hour; lIe confessed o the authorities have truing t up the government's. Intentions'at '!iwtli[ : the question' this attitude do snot train No 1 was wrecked :J.earl,
Brtr today the house passed 416 his disappearance him Canada, 'thenc *o Arizona ., Alg,cirri.I i I tnroha,any thought of immediate!;.Crescent! City tonight The train .
bpi pension bills, }besides a num- traced to l: This'cojjli-l view that'thgovernment's _-' oar; nor Frzscej!turned over Engineer Welch and
or to Moataaa, where. : with the *[ Neither Germany ).
minor and thence 'I' j Awful l ''.arJ L..tsr.4..t _
measures by unanimous ,are reported killed. Death of \t\4Irlt:: ;'
others
rights and dignityhwj[wants several .
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$1 Buys English Long Cloth f.' 89c lays English'''Siting! THEBIG I STOREPensacola's '.Tie: :Buys lOc. tress siigs, _- I Of t'35c Buys. Impsried ,Fancies


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RlrK worth $1.33, twelwj yards to each 54 inches wide worth $L23; light colors aJbk>lately fast, .a nice line ot :tu1 36-inc wide ,colors absolutely
$; : piece, finished soft for the needle gray dark .gray, and green patterns to selct from _4st. very serviceable for skirts

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if [;IQc Buys Fine Emfcriidtry.. ) 19c Buys Mercerized doLinen happy and have a good jolly time of $1.19 Buys Silk D6WR0 :- 39c2 lnys Skirt. Waist

it. These bargains comes but oncea ,

worth 15, 25 and 35c; some piecea I Io the new waist fabric, worth 25 to 35c year. Therefore buy freely of in a full range of desirable.colors the 'worth 75c, $1.00 and $1.25, colors absorately -

I will measure fully 18 inches wide, the yard: will wash here is your them and save And remember popular fabric for evening wear 40 fat a" grand chance tb"get a
money. shirt waist
with nice finished edges, main chance to get that waist inches wide.
I that you can get more for your

Only 1Oc.i Only 19c. money here than anywhere else in Only $1.19 Only 39c. j

the city. With extra help Monday

; sale begins! at nine. No goods reserved -

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t .Short Ends of Silk, 3 to 8 39c Buys I Imported MoleSkin $1.19! ( Buys Black Taffeta $3.49 Buys Ready-to-Wear


t. ; yards long, Cloth Silkfull Skirts,

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J t v left over from our fast selling of :worth 50 to 65c full 36 inches wide, 36 inches wide Chiffon finish a worth $6.00 $7.00 and $8.00. the great

8 I last week from 3 to 8 yards long, in a full line of colors. WM. JOHNSON & SON. new yard for every' one that splits, est Skirt sale of the entire season,


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R. P. REESE ON USE OF adopted poles, and and operating used in other Its lines cities as oper are REVIVAL TOCONCLUDE A GOOD CARRIAGE.

It. ating similar and modern systems." .
Sec. 1, Franchise, City Code, Page 197. TODAYREV. When you want a feooj carriage
Your very truly. prompt service and sat5 and careful
Fix: STREET CAR FENDERS It. P. R F.EE. treatment remember EXCHANGE.the originalHACKMAN'S


( Dyspepsia is A'meI' ca's curse. Bur. AND MRS. O. P. SPIEGEL PHONE 185.
-1r dock Blood Bitters conquers dyspep. It was founded in 1892 and it Has a
3t :Wgil! Known Attorney Contends sia every time. It drtves out Impurities WILL CONDUCT SERVICE IN : reputation for polite and careful drivers
; tones the stomach. restores perfect NEW CHURCH ON GREG and the best informed cabmen in
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digestion, normal weight and the city. Following are the members
Present Ones in Use are Not I.
r- good health. ORY STREET. and their hack numbers:
i3 Majdi Gras Week at Kress' A M. Soloman. No. 1; A. J. Leggett,
t Adequate for Purpose .EXCURSION TO-DAY. No. 5: J. Stall worth. No. 7; J. E. Mor.
A visit to the Mardi Gras will not ,be complete without calling: at rls, No. 8; S. Sunday. Jr.. No. H; C.
Intended. The Commodious 6eaOoing Steamer To-day is Evangelist and Mrs.SpIegers Kroess". H. Taylor No. 12; O. Abdelcothe! No.
Monarch ,will make two trips to which has last day in the great revival The endless variety of beautiful.and- useful thin'gs on sale, the wonderful 16; R. J. Parker. No. 18; T. H. Hear-
;j the Gulf of Mexico viewing the U. S.arsltips. This isto continued be fifty-seven days. low pnices and the ease and convenience in buying. make shopping' old. No. 21: S. Bibbs No. 26; M. P"t--
day memorable in the
I '6A.YS-HE: OLD OR BASKET-FEN. \\ Navy Yard Forts. Etc. A history of this church as it is the first Kress' a delight. terson. No. 30; A. J. Braswell No. 77
.. stop will be made at the U. S. LifeSaving d -* the Here an excellent opportunity afforded to the housewife to complete t All the. above are nice, closed car
; its
Sw& congregation
occupies
c4A ; DER WAS MUCH SUPERIOR TO 'Station, permitting those who new home. The evangelist feels her household stock. Nearly everything... he needs can be ..found riages. .
? I do not cTeslre to take the ride in the much 'Very with values not duplicated elsewhere for 'Jess than three or. four times Signed J. STALLWORTH, Pres.
gratified over the I
ONES WHICH COMPANY NOW Gulf to stop over on the beautiful their; efforblu The church has successof been$ the. price. :j -' By a II.,TAYLOR, Sec. and Tres.
*1 :i:3: USES AND LATTER SHOULD BE Gulf Beach. 'Fare fiOcents round trip. increased in numbers one hundred! Even If you don't buy we would be pleased to have you come In and __n___ _
vt 'h Refreshments served. Boat leaves inspect our handsome and up-to-date store and see what Kress values '
and fifty cent. The large double
DISCONTINUED.Pensaoola.Fla. Palafox 'Wharf at 10 a; m. and. %:30 per mean. FLORIDA CURIOSITIES. l
l>8rlors, f th.$,splendid property at43 I I Live
and Stuffed
m. Alligators ready
p. East Gregory street have been completely ,
'for shipment;

,tig, .. Fab. :24. 1306. .,, BANKS CLOSED AT NOON. the services fitted,will up for be immediate held there use todayas and On Sale Monday 9 A. M.Kress9 heads Orange, 75c.wood canes with alligator

jb ; 'Editor Pensacola Journal: follows:
t 'r' 'Another distressingly sad death The banks of the city will be ,closed Sunday school at 10 a. m. Sermonon Sea Shells and Shell Jewelry. Shell eoW
.' from being run over by: a streetcar at 12 o'clock Monday February the subject of "Small Beginnings"at Candy.Kress' and Wood Novelties, Leather Goods: a
;.,; occurred in our city to-day, 26th and W-ll observe the legal holiday 11 a. m.At 3:30 p. m. the regular Specialty.MR.
:i and without in anywise attempt Mardi, Gras, Tuesday, February normal opening or dedication servic! C. N. McCLURE
.s tug to discuss the question of: 27th 1906. will be held when the subject will bo by buying in vast quantities, are able to sen'candy that Opera House Building
I : |Trho-ia respoastt>le/ar'whether it was R. P. REESE. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. "Some Things' : This Congregation Will'I costs 25 cents per pound elsewhere, for 10 cents a pound, Notice the 107 E. Government St. Penaacola ria.I .
4 I :Ian unavoidable accident. I do desire AMERICAN:! NATIONAL BANK Stand For" and Miss Madge Maclay offerings below.Wherever ,
., ,through The Journal to.call some partfaent CITIZENS NATIONAL, BANK. will sing.. 'At. 7:30 p. m. the farewell candy is sold in a Kress store- it is safe, fresh and I
: .I facts to the! attention of the which hang umiarneath ever car in PEOPLES BANK, service will: !be he}.}* and the sermon harmless.;. .. lb. 1 i Safes! Safes! Safes!
.1 city coondl-TelatlVft to the use-of fenders front of the fender now. in use, had will be, "The Conclusion of the Whoie I per I
on the present system."When knoek Q' or crushed the person into Matter." OC. I Buy Diebold Safes! A!.
w the pr aent 'electric system Insensibility. and even then from the Do ... Ovared. Evangelist Spiegel and wits will For Reliable Candles,-Try Kress'I
,-was Installed Jo this city and for very fact ot the person being down A good ratfon..e.| fe4 horse of any leave for Jacksonville Monday morn 'Scarritt '
t : some yea:, thereafterthey. used a, inert, stunned or insensible I do not kind of.'feed'is.abxmffa. poundof grain ing from which city they sail tor New I FUDGE Chocolate and Vanilla flavors.perlb. lOc Moreno, In
ai + :feuafer-fa.: : front,of'the cars-l believe believe these fenders'"Would pick up and one and a hftif-mimds of-bay to YorkWednesday to engage in a great 1Ir
they called It a. .basket tender. At the body or throw it aside and prevent each hundred pounds ot horse. And simultaneous revival of several of the Strictly Fresh Chocolates and Bon-Bons, usual price 40c. to I 4gen I

anr; rate It/was made 'oy a net of H from going under the wheels this would apply to alfalfa. In fact churches in that, great metropolis. 60c. per lb., Kress' price.,-....perlb. 20C ., rhnl
but would push They halVe/ nothing but the kindest
L strong Jope inside of. and attached to I or. motor simply over,
L i aD Iron frame. The efficiency and success or drag It. In my opinion after giving the horse should do better on the alfalfa feelings for all 'Whom they have met
of this kind of a fender while in'' the matter some considerable study than with! the other hays and in this city and for their kindly treatment WDD> i
: f : use wac attested on many occasions, I do not believe that this fender is with less grain. This might be the opportune received here. On Sale Thursday 9 A. M. l Til!
.w and in a certain ca& in too county the safety device it should >be. nor time to say that. the majorityof All kinds that you want to!
? Judge's court Mr. -Brooks who was. does it afford. the protection to life farmers feed too much hay of all PACKAGES WILL NOT LAST 111ch
1k manager. for tne company at that it shonld. kinds to' their horses. In fact. the LONG AT M MCMILLAN'S MONDAY Japanese Trays OAK AND PINE
t1me, testified'! that this same basket I it seems to me that it would be entirely horse barn is where one of the greatest : .
i fender.than in use on the Terminal practicable to adopt and use a wastes ot i the farm can be found. MORNING, JUDGING FROM ORDERS We could put a twenty-five-cent price on these handsome trays rut
/JOompanys,9ystem.. had proved Its basket fender to be attached to both Husbandman. HE HAS ALREADY 'RE; cheaper than you can buy ac'fOI
and net overcharge you-but we won t.
J luttlttr It anywhere. Any size yOU
and efficiency 6sa llf -saver I end at the car projecting out in frontin CEIVED.
v1 I at different tknes. by picking up the same way as the feeder first JI Antimony,embossed metal trays,thirty-six rare designs,useful for pins, want.
4.. chickens. dogs,a boyriains a.bicycle, used! which when not in use could be .re W"'e4..la SmalIDealNlo.A. buttons. trinkets, ashes or matches. Wonderfully artistic twenty- ve-
,, ..
etc.. and 1 am Informed & cow was folded closed or raised,nip against the farmer asked Professor W. P. i, values.......... tOe E. C. SEWELLPhone da
picked l this of the out of the Woods at a recent meeting how great of
up >y sam&"feoder. end car way. the for I
1 -' he considered the loss of fertility Slippers for Just! thing Stock lust anothor cx- :
; Why did the company continue This is a very important matter to tired| ff'.et. ample of
'a (the use of an appliance that had the city, its citizens and the street through the practice of taking manure IF YOUR Both SeXeS Men's! "Everett" Collars !doublevaiue.but Kress'Repp I 614. CJ
x proved ot such value as a life-saver? car company as -welL A fender to fulfill !- to the flelfe and leaving it in small velour slippers,straight high sides It means much I
(" I am informed that the use of this the purpose for which it was intender heaps in the fall to be distributed in the flannel insole, carpet sole..25c after-wears.all to the one who bays and. the one who I at

J fender was cumbersome, had to be should? be a "life-saver. The spring as compared with: carting and :II&r: Ladles' and Misses',ditto.. ......26c Duck back long tabs,rich embroidery on I I REWARDWARRANTfor to
transferred from one end of the car best 'that could bed vised would spreading Itin the spring, and the re collar and tabs,assorted colors pink I da
i p to the other when.arrlving a term.InaL doubtless sometimes fail its purpose, ply was that experiment fairly rella- You pay BOc.and 15c. for these *t red anf ,lioht jutet blue. nib Urge frecn, lavender I Vt.
.' ;r rojected.out: front of the car, but :we are entitled to the best to be bin bad,concluded that the loss was I IS FROM regular shoe stores. each very. .assortment. I
etc. Whether forthe reasons 'stated had. foci
about & ''eeat.-As3eTIeaA I.
Cultivator.
tpM' -
: S(7for other reasons I do not know ,I trust that others may be heard as
:4 bn4at any rate the company after a from with suggestions on this subject, "THE OLD REUABirIt's nSaleFrlday9AM.; M
: time discarded these fenders and and that the cIty council may. at once fndi'
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adapted a fender (?). the one now in: take the matter up with the companyand .
ue. placed underneath and in front I reach a solution of the problem. Trees-should Ae pfvtMd"for two reaeoaa ev
I cf the trucks- of Ha cars. I The city ordinance, granting the -stimulate powth and to keep all right!. Good hats Pictures-Special Sale

: ::4' :; "Tills fender is located BO far back I Terminal Company the franchise under the tree in proper iajwr and balance.. keep our hat department busy* These pictures are wonderful values. They will add b<
a
: from the front end of the car that it I- which it operates, provides among To promote growth, pctcaa early in the- can hardly order them fast touch to the handsomest finishing )
-. could not come Into service to pick ottrer 'conditions Imposed.. that the spring befor.4h1pbaa started. In parlor or dining room. We can seldom 8)di.
t? s mp persons until the front end of I I Terminal Company "Shall use and nurseries and youije' orchard pruning enough for the demand. I afford to give such value for price. a,.
:k ;:r ()the car, the draw-head used for adopt all modern safeguard's and appliances maybe.doneVrqoi June'to August,out The way we know them and i An unusual combination of artistic gilt frames and chosen fruit,and assorted J:
coupling and the other attachments in constructing its wires and toz: al. &1tt1t beet to prune sell them. bring every advant f subjects,fourteen in number regular SOc. pictures....... ;.. .. ........1 Sc Ciat.
w&fle-tDe age of quality and style to the an
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t&:. tee4L4ant !! W- <1
r wearer.. There's a large num.. WATctI KRE S' WINDOWS Ja
I a t. 04___ "aJtr7 ber of. men buying hats here I tb

{ Ron.onkladan be fed to poultry today that began buying them r b
to Itself with ads-ltnage..tatbe winter time ; the arrest of this wo- 1n:
14t.Peculiar here when they 'Were young MONEY TO LOAN. of as*,
to
rapply green-food. It to a good practice man. She Is abont 26 years C'
to spilt the *oota- and allow the stera. They knowDUNLAP $650 The Mercantile Mortgage Company weighs 185 pounds, thick, dark ha r. avs

hens to the content. _Wbe will loan high forehead brown .eyes. five
4. ; In combination proportion and Hood's Sarsaparilla pjckrout YOU money on your household ttb
process,
the rsotaareenajI drive a nafl 1 through'one HATS furnicure. ,pI bOs,- organs high,, wears No. 6 shoes upper Ifa
; etc.,
She
.: : i is therefore Peculiar to Itself in merit, sales and cures. end and Into a board or the tide of Buys new cottage and two lots .near without publicity .''on easy weekly or gold filled and on-e crowned tootn-naUs.

It is made from the best bloodpurifyingalterative.. and the houSe t'b.)Je7eDt them from being STETSON HATS, car line on West HilL monthly. payments. hag Plump long of figure fingers ani with: fairly rounJ pretty. Her
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:4k; : tonic ingredients by such original and peculiar methods as to dragged around-and soiled. YOUNG BROS. HATS, 315% S.MERCANTILE Palafox.Sk MTGE.: CO.. maiden name was Thompson assumed."A"hic4 htoAl
name she has possibly
; full medicinal value of each and Seleet GOod"*>**.T NO-NAME HATS $700For .
: : : retain the alL B. Hi: TilTJIlMAN.' Mgr. Wire sheriff at DftFuniak Sprln AIH

:' The severest forms of ..scroful, salt rheum, catarrh, rheumatism seed This not Is In the the time spring of when year to you select may Fisher Florida: Monroe: $50.00 Douglas.reward for This the wFlorenca chli4.:'

i dyspepsia, and debility are cured every day byHood's have sold the best. Always hare the five room cottage. lilt R Gregory.A Wood kidnapped him Ire5 A:
best for secd-fiie best.wheat. the best bargain for the location. Morris Dannheisser Freeport, Fla.! on the night of S pte* I
oats the heal potatoes and the best Five room cottage, bath and hall onPast ber 6th 1905. The child is 6 years a*, IM
; SarsaparillaSold corn. LIke produces like." If you The John White Store Hill '100. i (Formerly! DannheUier, Bros.) fair skin. light hair has upper fore
want the best yon most'sow the best. Nice home, corner 8th avenue and Pure Old Rye and Bourbon Fine teeth rotted off: very plump weight
by druggists everywhere. Buy it today. -. Ep.,1aIJ., Ia ..WS W... 12th street $1654. WInes Beer and Tobacco., about 50 pounds; very bright chuo.
Feedia Ute Hem. 205-207 ..,palaf.x. Steit.Ph 'Five lots near car line East Hill Expenses paid both ways dellrerJiS totJ
=-- &ncui. To meet tb. withas of those who prefer mediein in tablet form we are Peas $950., Old Hickory Whiskey MySpecialty child to DeFunlak Springs. Fix. in a* ,
Sarsaparilla In choeolato-eoated tablets well In the usual and' beans In small! quantitiesare
Sow putting up Hood's as as .n. 225. dition to the $50.00 reward. lbtl1
.. 'rL liqo4 form. By reductns1 Hood's SanaptrUIa to m solid.extract we hare rvtaiaed In the of great ratae to laying henv They C. R. YAEGER '12, W. Zarragossa.Street.v I H. A. DOUGLAS }
of medicinal larredieat. are so rich! In. albuminoid chili
$ I tablets the cumtto properties every gs. producing PENSCAOLA.FLORIDA.: Father of the .
( fiddto drursiA.. *.or ieal'bj. : mall. 100 doaes one dollar. C. L Hood Co.._Lowell. Masa> material. 202 Thiesen Building. Phone 686. DeFunlak Springs. &*- '

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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY' 25, 1906 PAGE THREE "
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CAROLILLED 0 SPECIAL BARGAIN SALES !' :tir.; ::




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(Continued from' First Page) _
., ', Monday Tuesday Wednesday _
him at Milton and in reply to the sad

summons he returned to the city and

his saddened home on the Florala

train.When This will f be the Bargain Event of the Season.! FortyCases

seen at hht'home ,
Monday by.a) representative

and Tuesday most pathetic.of'The.Journal"He was my his baby grief,"was he of New' Goods opened ,up this past week. The Greatest Values 4

!Sobbed, "and last night he waked and I{I .. .

... came to me and safa': 'Papa, i want to ever opened in: Pensacola. Come to the Opening Wash

say my prayers.' Then he knelt down >
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by me and said with his little handsbefore J :-. Goods Sale and you will not be disappointed. c /t

\Will be lively days and if you are a 'Now his I lay face me: down to sleep. I/ > :

.... I pray thee' Lord,'my soul tokeep.If .

pray I should thee,die Lord before, my I soul wakeI to take. New Wash Dress Goods Special Sale of New Special Values in .I 'S '

God bl3 Mamma and Papa. j

Resident of PensacolaGome I Amen."And. now,.. sir, sea what my bless- Just off the Loom. Dress Goods. New White Goods. 9 f'

ing is." Then collecting himself withan 2000 yards of Sheer and Fine' Print 10c Sheer and fine White India h I

effort he said: "But I mustn't say ed and Washable Batiste, choicest -.... 1 lot fine Bradford Mohair Suit Litton and Checked Nainsook. t J

that. God gave him to us for a time and newest Styles, worth ings in the popular colorings, special for Monday._ .. .. .. ..60
in and let us add to your and He has' taken him away for a 12!-2c to 18c per yard. A man Best 25c White Persian Lawns, /I
ufacturers line of mill ends, very special value. .. .. .. .49c Sheer and fine and 45 Inches
time. Only for a time.
ranging from :3 10 yards to ; .. ...
to wide, spectel .Monday. ,19
New Mohair Glace all colors
appearance so that you will 'lLe showed The Journal representative go Monday for ch
the remains.. Poor, waxy little fine .. .. and India Litton, double fold I ; '
1 case of + Printed Lawn Remnants yard. .. .. 59c
make a good impression on figure! And breaking down again he suitable for children's special value at_. .. .. .. ... .100 ; !:l j
sobbed: "My little boy! My idol! dresses, 'worth lOc to 15c. per Two toned Mohair Crlsplne Suit- A handsome line-of New'Wtifte Mad. :: lit n

Your lips are so cold, Eddie; notwarm yard, put up in packages and Ings, very stylish, 1.25 value ras and various fancy weaves for iJ
I our visitors, if you are ,a visitor we and1 responsive as'" they were this sold at, per pound............39c : togo at.. ,.. :.. j..' .. ,. .-. ..98c dr sees and shirt waists, ranging; -4: .....r, '
from lOc to 3;e per yard. ..._ .:.; ,
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morning when you kissed Papa 'good 1-case'of-Olt Calicoes' and Printed $1.39 Liberty Prunella Suitings,
I can assist you in looking as well as bj-e." Cambrics, both plain and choica colors and black, specialise I ; I

The brother and sisters are dazed. fancy, worth 61A to 8c per '

I any ,body() on ,; the crowded, ,streets They _do not> yet. -,realiza the: full ::, -, ',per yard, yard.tq ,go. .in.. .one. ..'.bargain'.. .. -.lot...,.4tc. ",: Jl-60. shades Broad,. special Cloths!. ,I'new. .., .spring, { ,....9 e.. Monday Bargainsc.; c. I 4
strength' -the' blow. How they will For One Hour From J J ./ '
miss him in their'play after this! 2 cases of. new EJinboro Gin'g- '1 lot of finest Rainproof. Suitingor Only, ,
during Mardi Gras. hams, and Sharon Suftings Skirting, regular $1.75 value, 9 to, 1O o'clock. ., j
Conductor Reiley's Statement. worth lOc to 15c per yard, spe- special: .. .. _. .. .. .. .._.$1.39 .
Conductor who in cial price Monday_. .. .. ...,8 c 5c and 7c Torchon Laces and In- 1:1 h
Relley, ,
was :
! : 1 lot of' 50 inch Scotch Tweed Suit- sertings. special. .. .. ... 3o ..y \f"t
: \i:, charge of the car at"the time'the ac-j Special Line of new and Natty ings, worth $1.25. special Mon I-1-
cident occurred mad.3' the following' 'received .... .. ...., 39call Wool Tricot Flannels togo
.. I Shirtings" just very day.. .. .. .. ;. ; 55C .
statement'r j' much under value. for.. .. ..... .. .. .. ....18%o i s d

Neckties________!____________..=: -,._.25c., to $1.25 old"I 29 was this the morning conductor.in: I was'charge just ring of'I 20c Mercerized: Fil deChlne, very Special sale of New Round Thread 10 yards best Standard Be Calicoes / *.
\ nobby styles and washes like a Val| Laces and AllOver Baby Irish? dark colors for..39o jfj
; Fancy Vests___________________=>= ---$1-00<;> | to" 5.00 ing up a fare and' standing as I so, Jap 9Ikspecial,. .. .. .. .. .15c Point, the greatest values'ot the sea- light or to go f/ I
otten do. In the backdoor, when I felt)I ;.yards,' extra Stout Sheeting
i Shirts :: 50c. the car strike something 'and 'jump Calais Batiste, beautiully printed son. 4 Domestic, for 1 hour for......J1.00 .
Negligee .______________.. ._--_ to.'$3.00 \ ed Sheer and fine bargain :, $
over it. In front I saw nothing exceptmy a special 'toto "
this sale.. .. .. ...10c .yar&j beat Sayles Bleachery /
, $10.00 Suits reduced to_______:_______1_______$8.00 mortorman putting on his brake. ; or r. ,
Then I looked behind( and. God', there j; Be sure to see our line of French Cambric, regular 12%c quality /
: $12.00 to $14.00 Suits reduced to $9.00 was a child. I took out.my notebook, .;;s Cial'fo.r 1 hour for.. ".. ... ..950 / ,
_______.--___ and American Silk Printed Organdies, I
and made a note of the time, 7:55 and]I Bargain Sale ofHandkerchiefs.- Full Paper Pins, special for this .

: $15.00 Suits reduced to_ ____________________$12.00 asked; the passengersonly, five ot.; the designs and colorings are simply sale........_.. ..............10 /
them to sign their names. Here are,; exquisite, the prices range from 15c, '
: $18.00 Suits reduced to__ -__ _$14.40 the"-signaturesAnd in the book i ,,19o and 23c to 39c per yard. '1.39 Black Swiss Taffeta Silk for .
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were the names: W.: E. I tpfcarl, :MIsaj! I III' one hour ,.........._._.........83a 'I
Ceruti R.. Caro.Miss.. Mattl Rix|i A Manufacturers Sample'Line much
Barr
10 yards Best lOc Zephyr Ginghamnew fcj
II'Thompson. "Someone asked: 'What's'the under regular value. ,
dress for 69e "
1 styles, one )dour -
?
L STANDARD CLOTHING CO. 1 killed matter a child?' and I have I answered been in 'we'v"'l A Sensation in Silks.We We have Just received the entire Extra Ink or Pencil Tablets, spe i

I ploy of the company this sample line of a prominent. Ballast vial.. ., .. ,.. .. ...., .. .. ..4e '
: l l.two months but I am an old man inth's 4 Handkerchief Manufacturer; By this
i -have just opened up two solid fortunate purchase, we are in 'a position Fancy back lOc :Pocket Mirrors.
THIESEN BUILDING.C I service.this is the I was first with accident them I beforeand ever caS s' of"SHks, "pbd'tlvely the best pur to offer the most .tempting .barn -. ., special... .. :. .. .. ...........5c /

......._ 1i---! I had. Bray is a careful man am' I always !- chase we have"ever made in this line. gains in pure Linen, Handkerchiefs. Flags from 5c per dozen to 50c per /

------- felt safe behind him. Poor fellow They will all go on sale Monday Ladiss Hemstitched all linen't.. 'dozen.on ,st'cks.! .,/ '

I R. "K. WHITE. I ; I feel so sorry for him. It is almost morning at bargain prices. Handkerchiefs mad to'retail at 40e' White ijap, Wash Silks, ape-

i Watchmaker, Manufacturing' Jeweler as bad for him as for the father 1 lot of inch Crystal Pointille 15c, our special price .,.Monday.v.9cLadies' cia! .,/,. .. .. .. ..... .. ... .. ..25c
and Graduate Optician. TREASURE(80X of th;. baby 'He might have gone to :f Silks, soft and dressy, really extra fine all LinenHand.kercbiefs
Z9c Bleached Table Damask, spe-
work after the committee got:
usual
30 S. Palafox St., Pensacola, Fla. through as with us but he says: he" can't I I worth bargain 5Sc to'price.65c. per. ..yard__, .special _-.39c a barg3.in'at, would 20c,be'special considered, Monday ctal.:'*.(' .. .. ,.. .. .. ......25c /I ./

drive a car agafn right away. I 1 lot of Fancy All Silk Plaid and .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..12%o11en's Large rolls Victory Toilet Paper, _.* .
Mr. Car0 said to The Journal representative -! Illuminated Taffeta and Louis- the lOc kind special--------70 I' s
TERSELY TOLD COUlD NOT BE : "The motorman sent me: ine Silks choice new styles, $1 pure Linen Initial Handkerchiefs / i
word: 'If can bear the sight of me would be cheap at 20c Roll of 5c Toilet Paper special..4c
and will ]lt you me. I should like to com values, special bargain price...59c Special Monday... .. .. .. .15e 75c Ehiglish- Bristle 'llair Brushes, I
M Porter Martin of Greenville" to see you and tell .you how. 'feel. 75c All Silk Taffeta special bar- :Men's all Linen Handkerchiefs, a spec'Val: '..' '.. .. .. .. .. ...59c "

A.a.. i> In the city for the carnival. Poor Bray! I understand how he1]! gal'n price.. .. ..., .. .. _49c great bargain at. .. ..... '.eo.18c Card of Solid Pearl Collar But ,.'

Captain J. F. Sikes, of Millville, is fOUNDHad feels. He will ba very welcom9. I ama I Best 11.50 Black All Silk Swiss Men's Mercerized Cotton Hand- tons speci-al. -. -. .. .- ...-So .
'. railroad man myself." And so with t I Taffeta, 36 inches wide, special kerchiefs made to sell 2 for 25c !
.ii the. Sikes ih, and He daughter is accompanied and son. byirs. his heart full of grief ne forgave the bargain price .... .. .. .. ..$1.19 Special Monday 2 for...... ..19c EXTRA SPECIAL-20 dozen white f*% I
man who drove the car; and yet there! Best $1 Black Taffeta Silk Chif- Men's lOc White Lawn Handkerchiefs Jj&vtn Embroidered Turnover /; ./ _
Free Solomon, of Montgomery, ar- was nothing to forgive: t fon finish special bargain to :so for.. .. __ *. .. .7c Collars best lOc values for 1.. r> \
,
nv"destrday: "spend a few days .. "'WhiteLawn Handkerchiefs hour, choice .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Be :' J i
Motorman -Bray's Statement. price._ __ __ __ .: .750 :Men's 8c ;
with his brothe)1.. Solomon. Been Removed from Alley or Uaret F. Bray has been a motorman I 5 pieces Wh-'te Real Jap Wash to '&:0 for.. .. .. .. ....5c 25 dozen 19c and 25c Embroidered / :1

Edni' it Abe I/>hman, of the Green- in the employ of the company since !Silks, 40c value, special bargain Ladies' 5c White Lawn Hvndker Turn-over Collars special / ;
t i'' .Via Living Truth, Is in the city Else Sunk Further Into the early In last September. His record: price.. ,t, ,. _. .. 25c chiefs, to 50 for_.. ._ .. ......3c for 1 hour. .. .. .... .... ..100 f : I
foi a [few clays. He is accompanied by has been:! an exceptionally clear one full line of Black or White Jap} Ladies 3c' White Lawn Handker- 1 lot of 39c and 50o Fancy Embroidered / i
Irs l.. ohmanrh Quicksand.When He was quick to learn and to. bq In- Water A and Perspiration Proof Silksat chiefs, to go 3 for.-: .. .. .,5c Turnover and Stock J

numbers of First Baptist trusted with an important run. HU Collars special for 1 hour.,. ,....25c -f I
the grief over, yesterday's misfortune was! 49c and 59c per yard. .
tlniri> *
h will hold a congregational the street force or city employees -
that of the rea".1 i
b
almost] as deep as
meeting[ at 11 o'clok this morning to engaged in making excavations ed father. All our Comforts and SPECtA -1,000 Portfolis .containing l
a.'< on the question of issuing a call in Cushman's alley, resumed I 6 art studies, reproduced front -**
intended' It !
I he
W a pastor their,work yesterday morning, the box "God knows nevr
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original regular retail
-to kin that Blankets all Winter paintings
said. "I did not mean New line of AlloverEmbroideries '
which they had discovered the afternoon '
Mr- O'Brien, her accomplished He turned 'unexpectedlyand ,i price Is 25c each: special Mon-

tighter, Miss Maeola and son Edgar, raised previous at that and timewas which could missing.It not. be the baby.car struck him. I was not running Edg- Underwear, all Ladies' day for.. .. ..,. .. .. .. .. .St
p Montgomery, are among the many rapidly.! I said all this this
t Miiirs: who in the city for the had disappeared during the night 500 large Portfolios contafning 10 r"
are but Itis God's truth, Idon't
morning ; Tailor
4riisal. and there wag much disappointment know what to say to that father.. ings and Insertlngs Suits at art studies from original paintIngs f,
upon the part of the men engaged in : retail value 50c per set, .
alto: 8 Sarit. a telegraph operatora' the work, for they were confident that I am tha father of five children who and' I. at Special Prices. Actual Cos choice Monday, per set.. ?. ....10 .
I could forgive a man had'
:
McDavid visit yet
who has been on a : they had discovered a buried treasure I
f killed one of them as I did this.: I am .
tend
in this city and at CottJn- and when the! work hoar arrived a I ,
aalP will r>turn to his home today to to to so sorry for him. But I can't: restore .
I number of them were ready get BUSY STORE for the
with worals.' I' Come to THE
r sume his: dutt"s. work at once. Upon arriving on the the little boy gave up
I I badge and punch to the company.I .'
I however they found a great hole my
On spot
,
Frbruary 2S. Ash Wednesday can't run on East Hill any more. I,
a:lies; will be blessed: at both St.Mkhael's .! which had been made but during supposedly the night bya couldn't carry a car past this bleak Lowest Prices on Everything in our lineIT.
by j unknown parties!
*. and St. Joseph's church b> of men, who are again. No, they gave me my thingsback
"e the s t a. m., service and "will bet nuniber young again after the judge was here
known to have worked for a number !.
fl'trinuMd at hlhtho'( horning and but I don't '''want them now at least
f', 'nin churches. |of hours at the place. "
s-errices at thes
; I The workman, however slatted-to for a while. ,j
Kieven! rpendants; -werearraigned; removed large quantities Sympathy-for Family. !
dig deeper, ana': .
tore Recorder Laney in the municipoun of quicksand but no object of I I Great sympathy Is expressed for the} H. Lannon & Co.
'esterday morning and ;were 'any kind was located so it was finally -' family of the little boy. 'There Is noi
'po; ':Pd of as follows' : One defendwas -I I given up as a hopeless task. 'I one who blames cither of the men ia.; !:
.: given thirty day,- one was j Those who were most interested believe charge pf the car. Only the night before -
charged, one cas''w as continued that the boi; was either removed and in almost the identical spot
lfoil one was nol pressed. Tha total during the night or else that It con where this fatality occurred a chill,
"'';I>UDt of fines assessed was $28.00. I tinned to sink in the quicksand as it was barely rescued from a similar, -?
Frida.aftcrnoon when the, playmate' 1 -
a TEEIBIG
fate by
'I'ha .. H. Villar, who has -.srvel on was doing I
C Palico force for a number of'y'ears! ,,men were,endeavoring to raise It. at. Mr. Bray visited the! home of the --, -
there '
who were at work Caros late yesterday evening'to per-
lea Those
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the
"' *2 ;endered his resignation to for the time and who struck the object anumber sonally tender his deep regrets and] visitors as well as residents. : visitors will -welcome aboard tW. : ;
-.ha) and will leave at 'once < of times, state that it was apparently express his sincere sympathy. CELEBRATION Governor Here To-Night. i warship, :which Is lying off PalafcC
:n ur\:'. where he will take a position about three feet in length and Constable CP. Bobe was probablythe I Governor Napoleon B. Broward will wharf, from 10 a. m. to & p. m. Thor
, 'b th4 Alger-Sullivan Lumber Cnna about one foot wide. first man to reach the seen?. He reach Pensacola to-night, and he will monitor will have a company of nearly :i
; >. Mr. Vilar bas many friends in ---- --' sent for Coroner Landrum at once but HAMD probably be accompanied by a numberof I ona hundred bluejackets in the!
, tin city, who regret to see him leave., that official was taken to.a point some IS NEAR AT i other state officials. The governor I paratfe following the arrival of th ( t
distance away and was late in reach- : accepted the invitation to be the guestof king, and the big vessel:: will announcer! i
. Cheap imitation extract contains :ling the scene of the accta'ent.: lie 'Pensacola during Mardi Gras only the approach of the royal yacht.with ai
l harmful ingredients. :Ask your grocer accompanied by County Solicitor I I a few nays since, and'every effort !Will salute. /
for! Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla. HealthyFood I I Scott was M. Loftin and after an examine:] Every Preparation for Pensacofa Mardi Gras Festivities Completed b3 made to make his visit here an"en I z
Absolutely pure. : tion of witnesses decided that an inquest joyable one. The length of- his stay EXC UR SI TO-DAY.,
was unnecessary.Policeman and All Look Forward to One of the Grandest Displays is not yet known but It is the supposition
NEVER SUCH A CHANCE BE- Abbott, an exmotorman.took I that he will remain at least until The Commodious Sea-Going Steamor -
FARE TO GET A DIAMOND CHEAPAS that tastes good charge of the car and drove it to f in History of City. Wednesday. The governor's pri: Monarchwill make two trips tto
AT MCMILLAN'S GREAT SEAL the barn. Here is'was later examinedby vate'secretary, Hon. tf. Emmet Wolfe, the Gulf of )Mexico vl lng-ihe UJS, -
f PACKAGE SALE MONDAY Coroner Landrum and this exam I Pensacola la to-day in gala attire, the, on his arrival. beeu toads Ii 1 already! In the city and gill be warsWps. Navy Yard. Forts. Etc. A '
': M3RNING. cauae' try annual celebration off The official program has by his friends. ,,will b? madeat the U. S. LifeSaving
the making fceing
ination waj considered in ; committee and from- greeted .to-<<1a1 many i stop
.1 Grape-Nuts of his decision not to hold an Inqimu:[ths arrival of King Prlscus, who willj public by the obtain all necessary Visitors on War.Ship. Station permitting those wh
Many Went to DeFuniak. ; Arrangements for the funeral were reach this city to-morrow at high noon- this the public can to what is to occur Officers of the United States monitor do not desire to take the DIe In the
. Mangy Pensacollans enjoyed -the trip announced last night. The services'f Qu the royal yacht. Every preparation j information as of fun frolic Florida< have announced that 'visitors -I Gulf to stop over on Qker>
: to.Bvpuniak yesterday and witnessed'h. will be held at the Caro residence at for extending 'a royal welcome to His:' during the two days Is published will be allowed on board that Gulf Beach. Fare bOcentiif anti. _
excellent program prepared for Read "'{be Road to WellvUle. 4 o'clock this afternoon and th* 'interment Majesty has been completed and his and frivolity. The program Journal this vessel this afternoon from 1 to 5 Refreshments served. Boat leav
'hI' left cemetery [ in Pensacola'will turn elsewhere] in The )londar"and'TUesda7" t Palafox Wharf at- ia a, tan;:.a 44c
occasion. The special train in pkgs. will be in St. John's loyal subjects as a guide to o'clock. On
Ito> c-tv! about 7 ,o'clock, but dId' not: out en masse to give him welcome u>: morning, and will awe 'j
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ii PAGE FOUR THE PEN.. ACOL'A JOUR A'L, dlrfiDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 25, 'T90B
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The :Anti-Smoking Ordinanceas devote mors time ton'the beauties and i lriFff.WF IcdFl if;.tc ikl 7....3 : -. -
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joys'<* aid how -to secure '' .

S D bt! : nit! oIa Journal On Applied.January 24- the city 'council I them."While heavent Escambla, .Jf i?county Is looking .*C NEWS FROM AND STATE VIEWS PAPERS. I** OFFICIAL MARDI GRA$1 ''I I

which
passed the following ordinance around for some good men to send as aHH1I-HHi-1i.
: prohibit smoking on the street cars representatives to? the state legislature PROGRAMME I

1 DAILY. WEEKLY.... SUNDAY. of the city: what's the matterJ with Alderman Sol A Unique Industry. '

Be it ordained by the Mayor and Calm 'fie, commands the confidence Unless come other towncomes In !
EXCEPT MONDAY
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING the Council of the City of Pensacola: of the entire 'public and he could bs with a better one, Miami Is entitledto

...BY... Section. 1. That from and after electee without an, effort. the palm for unique industries. The MONDAY J
the date of the passage,of this ordin-
It shall be nnlawful for No in the state has ever very latest is an otter farm which a OON
THE JOURNAL COMPANY. ance. any person newspaper 12 O'CLOCK: ARRIVAL OF KING PRISCUS IN ;
to'smoke on, or In: or"-on the"platform shown greater, improvement in the resident proposes to make more profit HIS
of electric cars in operation same period of time than the Tampa able than an orange.grove. J. W. Wil ROYAL YACHT AT PALAFOX STREET WHARF CON. I,

within the city except upon extraor Herald has shown during the past six who has faculty for raising animal VOYEO BY'' SPECIAL FLOTILLA AND VESSELS IN BAY
FRANK L. MAYES, President and General Manager.. special cars set apart and designated weeks, it evidently agrees with the son. his ;ALL" DECKED, IN ROYAL COLORS. ,
has 'several ot ers-at .
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pelts
by the company>>: operating the Herald to bw fined: for: contempt>> of :
same as cars upon which smokingmay court. place in this city, )and intends, to, go ,King's arrival :will ;W greeted' by blowing .of whistles., ringIng -

;; MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. be allowed. into the business of raising the little of bells and blast of trumpets, and his Royal r Majesty will

Section. 2. That any person con af'iFaYrY SfF'$xi 'k*t** :?I"iN'e fF$4: animals for their pelts which are '0 be' 'escorted 'up Palafojr street -by :his loyal subjects in
the
victed for violating any provision of THE OCALA BANNERANSWERS'THE '* +
price
commanding an ever-Increasing
L order:
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. this ordinance shall be punished by a CHARGE. following

One Year....._............$5 00 One Month......... ......... 45 fine not exceeding twenty-five ($25.00) iu the fur markets. The little animals GRAND MARSHAL W. 'S. GARFIELD AND MOUNTED

Six Months............... 2 BO One Week................ 10 dollars or by imprisonment not exceeding Ocala Banner. i5 nOw at his place are as tame and ., AIDES-Anderson Leonard, Dr. Mallory Kennedy, Theo. Baarv
Throe Months..... ........1 25 Weekly Edition per year..|! 00 thirty (30) days or by both frolicsome as young kittens and it is BucknerChipley, -J. Engstrom, Guy Palmes,.Wm. Leonard R. H!
such fine and imprisonment in the a pleasure to Mr. Wilson handle '
discretion of the Recorder. see Turner Jr.,, Geo. Turner, R. C. Caldwell, Whiting Hyer, R.
For some time past the TallahasseeTrue them. They respontf. to his call and e.
The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed Now it oU1ht1o, have been unneces- Democrat has been making Nobles R. P. Welsh, Frederic Blount, Hazel Stone Neils Oert-
t crowd around him to, be fed and pet-
., Clrculaflon Statement Can Be Secured say to pass an ordinance of this kind charges of a general nature againstthe : ing C. Thorsen, Marion Hyer, C. H. Turner, C. W. MerritL W
believes that
ted. Mr. 'Wilson he can
a because the street car company could administration of exGovernorJennings. : C. Jones.
raise otters in large quantities from ,
have pat the rule Into 'effect itself
OfficeslOBandilOEastPapersonSal.onTrains The True Democrat editorials have his present stock and that they will MILITARY ;BAND FROM BARRANCAS.
A I without any law for it, had the com ,been vigorous well written and enter TRO'P&
prove extermely ; prollt -Miam c U. ,S. : FROM. BARRANCAS.i
u Government. Phone 38. and at all News Stands. pany desired to do so. But like nearly taining but some of the state papers
0.-- everything in connection with' the hue demanded that "it make its Record. .. U.' S. 'NAVAL TROOPS FROM U.'S. S. "FLORIDA"LORD
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r K charges o''!s.--' MAYOR AND PRIVY COUNCIL. \'
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street car latter specific. : .,..
seldom
management
,; r PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SUNDAY MORNING.; FEBRUARY 25, 1906 does anything for the the con This the True Democrat has proceeded .Opposing Buckman Bill ,WYER'S SILVER CORNET' BAND, .
to of its is a '
do. One items\
Brother Caldwell of the (LIMper TWENTY KNIGHTS.
venieace, comfort, or safety of the
charge by the state printer of $10 fora .
News Brother '''Boreland of the Wildwood '
A Royal Welcome to King Priscus public that it is not forced to do' and piece of work,which the True Dem.ocrat News, and the editor of the KING'S JESTER.
this case was &o,. exception to the says the state printer!! agreed to themselves HIS ROYAL MAJESTY, PR1SCUS.
Dade ,
do for City Star are shouting -
and His Merry Subjects. rule. $1. hoarse in tain effort to stampede SHELBACK'S SILVER CORNET BAND.
The
next is We
\ charge graver. re-
There still remains feature I the public into a grand rush in
Pensacola is bedecked In royal colors today in honor of the arrival one produce it here: ,Buckman bill. Now The parade will form at foot of Palafox wharf on the west
opposition to the
however about the heretofore
street smoking "We
tomorrow of King Prisons and his long train of loyal subjects and a royalgreeting car ] have here and now as we we have a high regard for these side of the street, facing east, just below the south line of Main
nuisance which this ordinance done specifically charge
and welcome *e extend to all of the mighty host which will make : that the Jennings administration unlawfully brethren and.one of them at least hasa street in order above designated and' will move north in
: does not seem to cover, but-which the
merry here during the two festive days to come. paid out of the state treaSury very warm and tenner: home-place ter of Palafox street to the Royal pavilllon opposite the
street car company can correct if it in our heart:; and since a hint to the
The gates of the city will be thrown open, the key will for the time will and thereby demonstrate its will S. Liddon.$500, called who'legal'fee3.employed, to Judge to prosecute B.-I wise. ought to be sufficient wish to tom house and In front of P. Stone's clothing store where

befog become the property of the King. the gay crowds which throng the ingness to comply-with\ the wishes of as 'special was.counsel: the case of. call their attention to the fate of that entation of the keys of the city to the King will be made cen.1

streets will be given free license in harmless merry-making, and .the great. the public without being, ,compelledto the state against Walter L. Taylor. vas unfortunate disastrously bovine in whose courage of his; his High Lord Mayor C. H. Bliss.

spirit of revelry. will hold sway over the hearts and minds of all our people oo so 'by law. "Ig This that matt'er'can,plainly enough be explained.stated?" judgment, and to whisper excess to them Arriving ,at the Royal! Paviillon opposite the custom I

young and old.: We refer to the: habit ,,which some :Mr. George W. Walker was state attorney that after nearly five: hundred years ',King Priscus. w.if1. be: greeted from 'the balcony. _by .Is. Royal I IF'
Tomorrow when mighty Priscus emerges from his long sojourn in theE men have of coming into a street car I at the ;time and he and Hon. of chuckling _the. -worldis still'* Consort, the. Queen, ',Wd'her maidi"of honor and the Queen's

remote regions of his mystic realm and steps from oat the empurpled with a ,dirty, stinking cigar stub or I William o B.. Lamar,.against whom Mr Tblley laughing Street.-Florida.at "The 'Three'School Tailors Ex of identity will there be disclosed.

t i?c panoplies of his royal yacht fo the pier called Palafox, every bell and pipe between their fingers.- The'men I Taylor, marls the assault'were not on ponent. After saluting'the: Queen,' King Priscus s and his company wilt
, whistle In the city and from the waters which lap its shores will speaking terms aDthe. Key West i '"
peal
t do not smoke, as contemplated in the 'Inter Ocean and some other newspapers s sWeatvilie'a continue north on Palafox to Garden, west on Garden to Spring,
forth a welcome and the shouts of the multitude the music of marching ordinance, "but the small of a stale printed editorials stating that. New "Devil." north on Spring to Chase east on Chase to Palafox, north On

bands and the flying colors of tramping cohorts will all conspire to make cigar or pipe Is many times more owing to the intense feeling existing Palafox to Wright, and then south on Palafox to the wharf
his in the of his between these two gentlemen it Tom Adams, ,our new "devil" wasinitia.ted
Y greeting a notable one annals Kingly reign. offensive than actual smoking. where Priscus will board
again his
Mr. into the mysteries of royal yacht and the parade
would not
be in good taste for "typelice"
But in of all this The Journal extends to King Priscus and to _
advance The ordinance does not cover this of- .
disband.
Walker to prosecute the case. ,and "italic quads" in the Advertiser will|| ,
r rf+ the multitude of vIskors who will be with us' for the next two days a core tense, but if the'company allows the Mr Walker submitted these editor;'I office this week. This obligationwas

I. dial greeting and a hearty welcome to our city. They will find much to latter to prevail it is more than probable ials in a written communication to the administered to him: TUESDAYBand

interest and we hope, to please them here. The bay, the warships which that an amendment will be governor and asked that some one I "By 'decree ,you are' about to quit
else! without bias or prejudics. be appointed :- mortality to enter a new field- +a concert In Palza 10
passed"which a. m.
will it. *
ride upon its bosom, the navy yard, the forts the life saving station the prevent to ,prosecute the case. Governor realm note! for having harbored
beautiful the handsome residences !Here is a chance therefore for the The day will be given over to masking, merry-making and
several bayous near city the on north Jennings agreed with Mr. Wal--worse boys than you, and made famous -
hill and east hill, and the numerous other features of interest will supply street car company to prove that 'it ker that the'best interests of the state by sage and sinner. You must all sports in keeping with the spirit of the occasion.

t ( it material on which to engage their time both pleasantly and profitably. really cares for the.comfort of Its pa would perhaps be served by his retiring -cease to be cleanly :wear'printer's ink The pageant of fifteen magnificent floats will form promptlyat
t,+rf. trons. Let it make and enforce a rule from the case and appointedMr. as though it were a robs of spotless 7"p.:: rn. 'at Carnival
headquarters,
. t 1 The King and our visitors are welcome, thrice welcome, to the Deep Liddon as special counsel. purity. You are to harbor in your corner Coyle and Garden
' I 11 ;Water City and we hope their brief stay during the festive period of prohibiting the carrying of a. 'stale We believe that the people of Florida breast a total, complete and constant streets and will-take the following route:

mirth and revelry.wIH be a happy one for all of them cigar or pipe Into a street scar. unless justify the action of Governor distaste for decent :personal appear On Garden east to Spring, north on Spring to Chase, east on

the smoker wants to put the cigar Jennings in thia matter. ance., Your duties will consist of Chase'-fb'eaisf-afde of Palafox, north on Palafox to Gregory,

stub or pipe into his pocket. It would The proceedingswere: all made public I learning the cases, setting reprint east ,on Gregory to Tarragona, north on Tarragona to
The Origin of Mardi Gras Pensacola Wants be a small beginning, it is true but and there-was no concealment and cleaning rollers folding papers, >bragging Wright,
,, west on Wright to west side of Palafox south
certainly corruption attached it, o the paper whistling between on Palafox to
and the Name Priscus, Rex. a New Postmaster. the company cannot make abeginningin Judge Liddon represented the stale acts whipping, all who. cuss the editor Cedar, east on Cedar to Jefferson, north on Jefferson to Government
f- such matters too soon even thoughit diligently .and :ably and was certainly and obeying all rules and regulations :welt on Government to Palafox, north On Palafox
i 0 to
The Journal takes pleasure in publishing What Pensacola wants as bad as be small. entitled to his pay. hereinafter promulgated.. You Chase
' ; and answering as best tt can, anything just now'is a postmaster 'who : *--i We believe in holding our public officials are expected to drink,'nothing: stronger Chase, west on to Spring, south on Spring to Garden,
tI, the following communication: 'We: have no sympathy.whatever. to 'a strict accountably of their than benzine and to chew nothingbut west on Garden to the sheds.
is capable of to '
attending the dutiesof
s1 .. Sneads Fla Feb. 21st, 1906. : with that religion or that class, of acts 'but/do not=believe In condemning 'copy." He :was then conducted to The grand pageant will be led by a platoon of mounted .,
? his office and who is willing to do and after which
them therefor unless .condemntion' *- the lye pot anointed
l" Journal preachers who eternally -t lIingtheir'hear'ers police band and (
Editor Pensacola : are a twenty nights and then will follow the
o so. is justifiable' which does not be went to work as a full flaagedprinter's '
t r. I am a northern man spending the about the horrors of,hell Royal .Float of King Priscus with fourteen
t+ winter in state for pleasure and It is no exaggeration to say that seem to be, the -case in the matter devil and he is playing. his others and two
jour and the way to escape them. Why not under review, if* part -well.-West-ville Advertiser. more bands of music.
I profit and as I wish to visit your city there is more dissatisfaction with the f'

oa the Mardi Gras, I make bold to management of the Pensacola 03t. THE CORONATION BALL Y
ask you for a brief history of this an- office now; than there has ever been inthellistoryof VT.THE 1
nual event. What does it typify and G. 0: WHO'S BOSS? Immediately following the parade, the unmasking' of King
.
that institution in this I
i' upon what la it based! How was the .. c "CI -' _'. Priscus and the Grand Coronation Bail .will occur'at the opera
city. It is equally true/when: we say .. I -J 'J" '
. name Priscus selected for your King '"" ., houst. The King will| probably not be unmasked before 9:30
t t as I notice it is different from that of that the service; is and has been of so .. f-- ..'' 't ')) o'clock.

;t& Carnival Kings in other southern incompetent nature that no city of .. .<"o.....,!. "'t < -,' J ", __.' .." \ '

cities? I am particularly Interestedin 25,000; people can or should put up "'. ": --, (.h.- _' r' < r, .. ",_ ,
the latter and would like to know in < ;
with it silence.
fil".i"------ '

a' 'and correspond with the party select- We :>:' : ,f" .,.. .:. ." .! : _"::,.. _, ..... __ __ __ __
:: w Cnj the name (I judge he is a. residentof understand"+ that the Florida 'f' -- ---- ,4
of Pensacola' ). I betteve there are republican organization has endorsed : : '

.3 many others interested in the subject Postmaster Northup for a reappointment -
d -
r and will thank you for the informa when his present term expires < .... ; .
i tion. Do you have the same name .
next year and we presume that unless
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f every year and could you give me .
E the name of the first king (rf he is some good reason Is shown as to why 1 HERE IHEY ARE
' other than party selecting name?) he should not: do so. Coresident Roosevelt i ( : '

Yours very truly. will,approve the endorsement and ooh
r; JOHN T. FAANKIJN.Springfield make the re-appointment. &

Ill. 'But we do'not believe that President
tr :Answering the latter portion of the
; Roosevelt desires to force a man THE
Inquiry first, we must admit that our '
on the community whom the peoplado
worthy King Priscus was BO far as I ':
not want, nor do we believe that / WINNINGIEEDS
;t we know never heard of previous to the Florida republican machine itself '

the organization of the Pensacola Car- wants to np out Its cog wheels to secure I /' .

r nival Association( about six years ago.: the re-appointment of an official

r The name we believe originated witha whOSe term of office has not given --- -

member of' the association, but satisfaction to the public which he is

i where or how he got it has always remained supposed to serve. I'r

a mjstery. The name is a It is not a question of politics. Pen- i

'good one. all right but it is one name sacoja. expects that a republican will UII M/W R IrRll utoo.tss yC

n ,around which no one has ever been be appointed to the office, ann' : there s

able to write poetry because it Is impossible are any number, of republicans here SUCREhE Stf EME '

to get a word that will rhyme who are competent to fill the position

with it. /Whisks (our first King and who :we believe. would do so to

'' had whiskers) comes about as near the satisfaction. of the entire com ;
munity. ftt TAADt iti< I
know
with it
rhyming as anything we

of, but even that would hardly make It 'is simply ,a_ question of competency A .

good poetry. and if a disposition to serve the '

The term Mardi Gras is French for people as they ought to be served \. : / .c'
"s We' do not assume to say whether in. FEE FEEDS
; "Tfct Tuesday" ,and signifies the }Jut J ',
competancy indifference is caws. )F1 aacaaas"
or :: responsible "IZ
day of the carnival or shrove Tuesday -
?t for' the service which the patrons ttl ibs OrE1N t8 Sa,
} immediately preceding Ash Wed AT g,5 iT 3,3a
of the Pensacola post office receive, .! ,r iup is'teox "a>:,npar rs7 t9oz6
nesday which is the beginning of
Lut the fact remains that the serviceis ..
Len
unsatisfactory in the extreme and '

The-cetebration is probably of pagan the T>ostmaster"himself, as well as the

origin, dating -back to the remote anti. public, knows it.

; quities of ancient Rome, but the day I What Pensacola wants for a postmaster

Itself is from the church calendar b- is .a man who can and will de- = +

tfnnlng with the Christian, era. It \ote his attention to the office and : :

'Was chiefly celebrated in France, and II whose ability and Inclination will : I

fey the early French settlers was I give the public a proper service. We LEADF.

transplanted to American soil, the haven't been getting such'service I r -

first celebration on this side of the from the present incumbent and thare :

water being In New Orleans. Now is no prospect of improvement as longas ...... L ,

Mobile and Pensacola also observe it. he retains, the office I u tit 1 $aLDI4MTHISiCItYt: BY'

Mardi Gras is a.day which seems to 1 T-T'
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annually in the minds of gulfcoast ; 'S
crow BxrCfovernor Jennings( says he resigned ELLEN & CO.
residents and the visitors from from that million dollar.Florida

? the interior and while It will probably bank and trust ,company but Claude

never become a general holiday 'L'Engte's Jacksonville Sun Intimates I II

outside of the gulf states, this quaint I that he 'was kicked out What's the


citizens of the republic brought to us state ,for both of them -big as they I ; i r' '. .. PACKAGES WILL -HOT LAST PACKAGES WILL NOT LAST
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:will no doubt continue to be celebratj are- but we're bound to admit that :- ,- ., : :; 't. ; :: ; LONG AT :'HeUILLAN'*. MONDAY LONG AT McMIULAN'S MONDAYMORNING OR

< with increasing ceremony as the Jacksonville will.be pretty well crowded -a'2.< ; f r : MOR iRG. JUDGING 'FROM OR. JUDGING FROM RE
. ; .:, DERS HE HAS. ALREADY RE OERS HE HAS'' ALREADYCEJVED. ,'"
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I Florence, Associated Italy. Feb.Press 24.-W. K. t
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PA YS Vanderbllt came near suffering at the t .
LARGER hands of an enraged It fan mob at
8 I Pentederav on the road to Pisa to f'.l' 0 EAAAAAAJMMMMkM.j 1 .
I, day. He had an automobile accident
in the street by which; a small boy
was injured. When he stopped the Two story brick building on the corner splendhd business!

I car to examine the wounds of the boya property. .. .. __ .. .. ... ..... ...,, ....._....?. _...$7.000
I I i crowd quickly gathered and Mr. 17 lots In block 128 E. King Tract .... .... ..., to... .... ...$1,250 '
DIVIDENDS t Vanderbilt drew a revolver. He was
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rushed by the crowd and the weapon 3J/ lots corner 10th avenue and 9th St., these lots can be had at a sacrifice -
i taken from him and he was kicked II IIi if taken at once.
n (0HI i and cuffed. Gendarnes ,rescued the
| party from violence takfng Mr. Vanderbilt New six room house and 6 lots on corner with city waTer East Hill

fujj I and his chauffeur in custody'' .,. .... .... .-.. .... ._: ....... .* .. .... .. .... ..$3,250
and escorting Mrs. Vanderbilt. to a hotel 'I' 8 lots In block 261 New City Tract.. ?... ...; .... .... ?$1,200

jj; than any Life Insurance Company doing gi jared Later child, was when asked the father if he wanted of the in-to! Block 63 East King... .._. ,._,._.. .... .... ..?. .. .. ...?......$2,600 '

bring suit against :Mr. Vanderb It,he I Two three room houses 1022 and 1024 W Government St.. ..$800 00
N not only refused to do so. but also! ,Two story 6 room residence and large lot, 910 N. 6th ave.ths! I is-'a bargain -

N declined to accept the indemnity due'',' ... .. .. .. .. .... .. .. ...... ......v. .. .. .. .. ..$1600 '

business in the State of Florida and it fHI 'him released under the and law.before Mr. leaving Vanderbilt'was fort)' Lots 13 and 14 block 147. East King Tract, for the two.. ...$75.00

Pisa 'with his wife j'I .. 60 acre farm five miles from the city on hard road with modern Improvements -
forty dollars
to the local hospitaL gave.The child was ._.. .... '.... .... .....? .. .. .. ._,....$4,000
m N only slightly injured. 80 acres 3 miles from the city... .. .... .... ..._ .... ....500.00
100 acres 6 miles west of city with a good quantity of wood, shinglemill
ro MISS. CHANDLER DID < dwelling barn and other Improvements.... ... ....$1100.00
i ii NOT DESIGN FLOATS 40 acres of land at Bagdad a most beautiful place for truck farming

Pays Them Annually who ; ..... .... ,... .. -.... $70040
I Ii credit Miss in Chandler a local, publication has been for given having :: :: ; ; ;; ;: ; : '
We farm
'designed)l. the Mardi Gras floats have other lands d P in city which
i for this year's. parade, objects to being we would be glad to show you and quote you price
i ,given credit for the work which
she did not do and wishes to inform For a home or investment you can make. no mistake by calling to see
the public that she did'not. do the de i. us. I If you have property for sale, rent, lease Or exchange, we would be

% signing. glad to have you list same with us. We are well prepared to look after it
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i You do not have to wait Miss Chandler designed "Moth.r
and be had in the
Goose," in 1902;" "ttomance of Child. can give you as good service: as can city.
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hood." in 1904 and "High Days and Collection of rents a specialty; Loans negotiated.

twenty to know 1 Holidays All of the" In floats 1905.that will be soon in fe
$
years the grand parade of Tuesday night ; "
i I were designed by Artist Theo. Weber.


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night is said to be one of the best" ,

I B. S. WILLIAMS I IfU I of comIc good productions music. pretty on? the girls road.and Lovers fun, Real Estate and Rental Agents '

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L-.o IN LOVE WITH
I nues the Lord High Counsel of Jurisprudence
HIGH LORD MAYOR the Princess of the Boardof Do yoa endorse Organized PENSACOLASAYS
Bond Trustees the Dukes 'of the Labor not only by words
Board of Public Improvements, the :
ISSUES PROCLAMATIONGiving Lords of Public Safety 1he'Royal but more substantially by E. B. ACOSTA .6 CO.
: employing It? '
Keeper of the Public Health the Imperial GENTLEMAN WHO IS IN THE ,
Commander of the Municipal This Label on your,printing
Army together with all his forces,the shows that you do. CITY TO, WITNESS MARDI

Official His. Priscus VII Kingof Chief of the Fire FiffatitfsBatallon GRAS CELEBRATION.
Notification that
Royal Highness together,with his legions each and alto Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
assemble in front of the Citadel of William Greever of Knoxville, Tenn,
the Pensacola Carnival, Will Arrive Here at the City at precisely half'past eleven president of Greever-LotlJ}>eich Manu-
o'clock on the Morning of the '26th I I. facturing Company drect: dlstribu-
High Noon To-morrow, day of the Second Month in the'Reign I I ters of the famous Blue Ribbon flavoring
of KIn Priscus VII. from whence they extracts; who was here for Mar- Coal Wood and Ice.
Descendent of the Royal Family of I will proceed in''a body to the placeof di Gras last year is here and says ,
AND CALLS UPON ALL OFFICIALS Mirth and Emperor of the Mystic disembarkment and there extendto ; he Just' couldn't stay away this year.
official notificationthat His Royal Highness a most. hearty On being Interviewed by a Journal
Realm has given '
OF HIS GOVERNMENT TO BE HisMajesty's welcome. This.Label'. on your news reporter said he was simply delighted 1
H.g: Majestywill Yacht Rospen arrive at the on qu'lYat And it Is furthermore proclaimedthat ,paper shows that Union with Pensacola's fine climate, charm Prompt delivery to any part of the city.

PRESENT AND PAY TRIBUTETO the foot of the street called Pala- on the 'day following to-wit, Labor strictly. ,Is"employed to ing' people and 'enterprising businessmen.

HIS MAJESTY UPON HIS ANNUAL fox. at high. noon on: ,,Monday February Tuesday'the' 27th that al1'loyal.sub- .print ItThis ,. .
26th. 1906. hi the seventh year jects and "the strangers within our Label proves what "I predict' for your city a great future Office and Yard 22 to 28 N. Tarragona St.
gates shall unbuckle the girdle of for and .the-i best, proof of my belief
VISIT-PERMI'SSION' IS Majesty's Reign! on his annual
of His I
and bluster" cannot
and give: freedom to the Spirit "blow
who residein mality i is In the fact that we began one year
GIVEN ALL TO MA' K. visit to his loyal subjects Sea, in the Land of of Fun and Merry Making,' and, Permission prove. If It's on your print ago to establish our, Blue Ribbon Extracts
the '
Sunshine the' City and: by Flowers, and' he has Is hereby given to' each and Ing, your printer employs here. andthen :Mr. Greever Pensacola, Fla. Z Phone 36.C.
commanded the ,Lord High Mayor of all to disguise themselves In masques Union Labor. If he cannot grew1 Enthusiastic as to the growth of
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and costumes until the clock on thj their business in Pensacola and the
A proclamation Pensocola'g together T*
read on
which will be the put your
Bastile shall strike the midnight hour entire south. On being asked to what
.Ith unusual interest was Issued yesterday privy Council and court attendantsand at which: moment all mirth and frfvol your request he does not he attributed the phenomenal' successof .
officers to meet }
: afternoon from the offlce of adminlstratative shall for Union Labor. See Ribbon he .
ity cease a period of forty employ, Blua Extracts replied
the Lord High Mayor; It calls upon him when he, disembarks, days all. "To, their high quality as we spareno ,
That's,
all Lord
loyal subjects of King Prisecus VII Therefore, I. .Chas. H. Bliss Given under mv. hand and'th-e< Roy expense in their manufacture. Theyare I
to assemble and greet him upon his High :Mayor of the Pensacola's commandthe do al Seal of the City by.the Sea. this Peisaeola Typographical Union. made from the choicest imported
and
EASTER1SCOMINOTheseasonwhenall
arrival
Monday at high noon and eapedally Issue the Proclamation the 24th day of the Second Month of the I lemons and the finest Mexican vanilla
of
proclamation the officers is as follows of the city.: The Court Privy the Council Comptroller the and Officers, Keeper the of Royal Seventh Highness Year or.Priscus the Reign VII, King of His of I beans"Blue that Ribbon grow.Vrnalla is agad one I .) }1 .

Whereas, His Royal Highness Fris- Seals* the Master of Exchequer of Reve- the Pensacolas and Emperor of the I I year before it leaves the factory nature
tua VII King of the Pensacolas Direct Assessor and ,the.Collector Mystic. Realm. which gives_it a delicacy of flavor I puts on its most attractive
CHAS. ir! BLISS obtain qqly bj long aging. It Is absolutely '
Lord Hgh Mayor of the.Pensacolaa.. : .. pure and so highly concentrated LADIESOf ,garb.
Attest: I that only a very small quantity I Ib
and the "Blue Ribbon Flavor" Now is the time to give us
E.
C. MERRITT, ------ required E.I
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Ii For Women Lord High Secretary. to. .the.. Lord. .High' 'Tuberculosis Ja Hoc Is' perfection.natural fruit Their flavor appeal absolute the Gadsden Street M. your order for that Easter
Mayor. . purity and Church will serve -Lunch in a'
,.... A. good many ,cases of tuberculosisIn to the wealthy who demand the very I.Suit which you must have,so
be traced to,the twice far Tent Garden and Pal .f
Newboyg Tabooed. bogs; we fear, can best,and.because< they go as corner
of all ages there Is no "safer or more.reliable rem The traveling public' wfll 'no' longer creamery duq to the fact that the as other kinds and flavor perfectly afux Street, next to .Avery's be in harmony with the uni
dy than the Bitters. It,has been'nse4 by women allover encounter the newsboy' familiarly skim milk has not been heated to, a they ,are equally attractive to those
SITTE the world for over 50 years and hundreds or known ,as "butch" on" East: Coast sufficiently> ,high temperature or keptat where economy decides the choice.liotisekeepers Hardwaoe Store, .Monday and verse.
I them have tesiified to Its goodness.-' If you suffer trains. An order was Issued on February that! temperature long n .ugh.to destroy Appreciate quality and of Tuesday, Feb.. 26 and 27., We have an elegant line to
from any ailment peculiar to.your",sex: get 1st discontinuing": service' the germs, says Kimball's: Dairy are:quick to ,recognize an article
The reason for doing so is said to be merit and the "Blue RJbobn Flavor- show you and we build every
that the train ;' Fanner. Ordinarily it U assumed that r'tans'to tickle,the palate of the Fish Chowder.. .. ." .* '.. .. ,.15c
HOSTETTER'SSTOMACH boy and'llls stock 6ccttpisd nev
s two full sate that : herds become Infected through bringing most exacting" Chicken Gumbo.-. .. ..20c garment right here in the
BITTERS needed, and were conditions oftentimes other animal, among them but With 'a. nica bouquet for The Journal Chicken Salad.. .. .. .. ... .. ..15c
had made him changed 'Newspapers the question of tuberculosis Infection a* a result getter Mr. Greever Ham Sandwich.. .4 .. .. ... ....05c city and guarantee style and
once, and be made well again, "tthasneverbeenat Monthly cigars box unnecessary lunches and snclrlittle through the skim milk from the cream changed tt.3: 'subject,to the arrival on Coffee. .. .. .- .... .. .* ...05c workmanshsp to be the best
known to fall in casesoflmpoverlahed Blood, things as ery becoming so serious that It will Monday of King Priscus his lovely Cake.. .. .... .. ... ...., .. ,...OSe
or passengers mayneecrare beautiful maids of .. .. .. .. and skill
Irregularities suppli from the parlor eventually lead to compulsory pasteuri- queen amt'( her foe Craun.. .. .10cT. that money can
Dizziness; Vomiting Cramp-, 'Costiveness Backache, ,Nerv-I"age'tlon |- tuffat.so the public will suffer no'ear hi.convenience. Batten of skim milk. Indeed, this !, honor, 'Who doubtless ara familiar with" Chocolate.:' .. T. ...., -... .. ..05c
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Flavor.
ous Headache ld,..Slecplewnew In the north and 'west low required in some states notablyUlnnesota. the famous "Blue Ribbon produce.REESEMENDEL

i Don't fall or to C try a bottle today. .:Ipelay only makes the train under boy's the head antl-pass has already regulations fallen but the trouble >to that the NEVER, SUCH A CHANCE BE tJ t3'3 t" "fl
d much harder. Your drugs 'Aill supply but ermak.es do not heat the skim CHEAPXS"iV5CM.LU TAILORING,
cure so and he is no longer seen on' the train DIAMOND
genuine with our Private Stamp over mil* hot enough or keep it at that tern S SEAL:
with the .
you In that section: But we shall miss
the neck., .'-' -? .> -. him. May good luck go with, him.-:.. (wratare long enough. ED- ,PACKAGE SALE MONDAY- .: Miami. News a MORNING. "



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FQR SALE-700 feet second hand IVi

Tie Yourself to a Portion ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD Inch '.galvanized pipe in 20-foot() I Successors to Thos. C. Watson 6 -Co. )
City ;
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i RENTS COLLECTED. ,MONEY febt Leading Real 1 Estate t Rental' and Insurance -
EGGS for" hatching from carefully Agency

::1 Mother Earth. \, LOANED. Desirable manted hens. Strictly thoroughbred ,A

of ** "* ,* fowls.and I guarantee a good hatch.I
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BUSINESS PROPERTYFOR Stock (or 'sala at reasonable prices.I Lit t if f Property for Sale. T

SALE Two-Story ,Barred Plymouth Rocks White Ply-
: Become a land owner. You'll find it..easier than. you 1 mouth, ,Rocks and S. C. Brown Leghorns A desirable.pieceof property on Palafox street; a splendid

think. We have helped others and can,Kelp' jou. $15,000.00 ;. $1.09 per setting of 15 eggs or Investment; must go at once..... .... .... .... .... ..10000.00 S
-J\ I Brick,BuildingPalafox $5.00 a hundred for incubator eggs. I Seven dwellings and Iii. dwelling and store building with very
for Tarragona street property! frontingd7' Florida near half a block of ground situated on a very desirable corner
!I have 500 ha'f' gallon cans fancy
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r feetA fine,opportunity to BCcura Sjnip. Will deliver at 50c per gal near-business 'di.tflct; a splendid Investment.. .. .. .. ..$6300.00Very

Start With, 'aot ont a large business! frontage. Street:, between Ion. Address Plymouth Rock Poultry desirable quarter of block on North Hill- convenient to I

,. ?;.' : $10,000.00. I Romana a'nd Intendencia -'- Farm J. -J. Pope Prop., Bristol street ,car line... .. .. .... ...... .... -.... .... .. .. ... .$5600.00
,.: Fla. 24feblm One of the most desirable building lots on North Hill fronting -
will 125 feet
East Hill. : buy frontage on Garden! streets. south near car'line, on corner 100 by 150, for a few days $3700.
street. A brick store
building would pay ou FOR SALE OR RfiNT-New
Desirable two story new dwelling on coiner with four lots on

this lot. MUST'BE-- SOLD AT ONCE and dwelling In good locality Apply on North Hill.; ?. .. ,-,;. ;. .. -.":i ,.- !...- .. ..' .. .. ....$3700.00 I
GOOD RENTERS. East HilJ. Good business.. with lot West Gregory street ,
Two story dwelling large on ; ;
"Rig for Pensacola advance in dirt price!'we, sold soon.hJm_ .King,' Priscus hilds a deed 450000. For particulars i apply tDMcDavidHyer 102L N.: 9tb" ave. 34f&blw good neighborhood. .. .... ...... .... .... .... .... $3250.00
;
r FOR SALE-Two sewing machines Comfortable one story dwelling'! on .tDeVilliers street near

1 l-alafox for corner: 70 by 150 one for block from good as n" w, cheap. Can be seen Garden street. ;, wIth large lot...--.jt .;.*- .*.,. -*.... .... .. .$325000 r=
now renting $540.00;)
per at N:, C. McMillan's, at J. I. Stephens''old Trenty-five lots on North Palafox and Baylen streets splen.

year. Company, stand.: *Mrs. J. M. Williams. did investment; fora few days only.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .$327500
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150000. 23feblw. : _ The north half'of block 67, New City Tract; 10 lots 40 by 137 ]

Pensacola Investment will buy three houses renting for Agents New York 'FOR SALE-Rose tinted satin gown,I feet sir inches eah one block from electric carline, and on

: f I Company, $!16.00 per :r. ar. They 'are alwaj Life I Insurance Company., silk lIned. trimmed real lace and Havana.! Square.. '.. .. .. ....... .. ...... .... .. .. ....$2000.CO
rentai'. India Good as new. Never I Two story dwelling! No./1M3 North Davis street with large

. a. H. D'ALLMBERTE, City. Manager.W. I 8 E. Government Street. 'worn in gauze.Pensacola. Cost 85..; Will lot.. .. ... .. .. ...'.. -. ........... .... .... .... .... ,$2000.00Six

t President -R..i. 600000. Phone 7CO. Pensacola Fla. sell! for $25.:;: 1311 ,North Davis.street. room, story and ahalt_ dwelling with two acres of groundIn
H. KNOWLES SIMPSON Secretary.'KNOWLES for'piece' of property dowri""lown, rent ... Also white chiffon hat. three handsome western suburbs.. ?. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. -. ..$1200.00
' J.L STILLMAN, Y.-rres. and Gen. HYIR Treasurer. .---
Manager. -- lots on East Jackson street: 80 by 132
: ing for $7000 per month; ; plumes,. cost $18. sell for half Two desirable building
: F Kael Estate, loans General Investments. For Sale 23feb3t. -' feet six inches, fronting south, convenient tocar. line........$ 57500
$600.00.4rooni i '
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Two stdry dwelling on East DeLeon street with large lot. .$ 850.00Comfortable
: house for per FOR SALE-;-One 25-H. P. boiler and with lot 50 by 150 No. 620
215 South Palafox Street, P nsacola* Florida. renting $7.00 FOR SALE! Barred Plymouth Rock one story: dwelling ;
month. cockerea! ready'for yard $1.50 to ''n'gineportable. boiler on wheels; North Coyle street. .. .. ........ .... .... .... .... .. ...$ 800.00
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engine or boilerIn, running order Two West Zarragossa street. splendid renting
cottages on prop-
325000. $3; 15 Jl.SOf thirty $2.50. Mrs
I .' n __ Lizzip B.egS8 Hughes Caipley. f la, Also 2 log arts ,complete, ready for erty.. .. (, ,... ., ,,... .. ..' ...... .... .... ... .... ....$1250.00
MOVER'S GROCERY STORE ANQ "MEAT'' MARKET for 5 large houses (entirely new) 14feblm I service. For terms apply to Jas. Me Moneyto loan In amounts of,$......00 and up at seven per. cent

Corner Government and Alcaniz Streets. Phone 718. renting for $420.00'PT jear.. Voy &; Co., Cantonem nt. Fla., interest

Western and Native M in a first-class market. t- sale The }'ox.- Underwood. Smith, FOR" SALE.-one tank and wind mil advantage to place same in our hands. as we have disposed of about
b. 20 pounds Granulated Sugar $1.00. 20 'pounds of Nice, Clean Rice $1,500.00for Premier and Blickensderfer Typewrit I for cabby J. C. Pebley. 22feblw* $300.000 worth in the past 60 days. If yo i have funds to loan consultus.

$1.00. Fancy Country Syrup 35c per gallon. Honey in the comb or Ex. an ehgant 5-room cottage East I ers. Sold on easy terms or rented.FOR SALE OR" RENT-House ..con If )"OU' desire "an agent to collect your rents; or want fire Insar.

tract"of Honey. Give me a calL I will show you ,how to save money. Cervantes. All modern gas. bath etc. All makes o* machines cleaned and[ !aintng four rooms and hall on Jordan ance: or If you want to buy a piece of property- and don't know wao! ,

:: I M A. .Mp.. MOYER. Phone 718. $3,500.00.' repaired.; Work guaranteed. Phone street near Palafox. Rent $8.00 owns same consult us.

.:, 380. F. B. Bruce. 23 East Govern-S< month. Address T. Newell. R. F. D.
Elegant 8- room home North Hayne ment. Hfeblm
HELP WANTED I Wanted street., .- I No. 1. City. 22feb* HOOTON&WATSON.

r $2,400.00 I i FOR SALE.-10 room noose, corner FOR SALE-Five room house on 40
i WANTED Twenty good laborers for, WA.'TE'D-To' purchase second hand t I 1 1I i I lot 3 blocks from Palafox lot 96x" acres of good land suitable for truck PHON. 84. 34 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

:bu gy. i.good; .condition. .Apply, to j C-room dwelling all modern., bath 192 on car line. .;For particulars. garden; on P. & P. R. R.. 5% miles _
at factory :
: steady employment. Apply The Journal. 25fab electric lights etc., corner Jackson quire of Standard Clothing Co.' z9jan, from PeneAcola.> Call on or address -

corner Wright and 9th ave.: Mon., .WANTED-500 couples to attend the I and Guiltemard, one block from Pala Mrs.. L.' E. Henrlcke, Millview, Fla. -
fox LSquare.. FOR SALE Cew Address *
and piano cheap. 22feblw
: t day morning between 8 and 10 o'clock.' two b Ila.February, 26 and 27 at C. -- 1, "Piano,":care Journal. feb24 MiscellaneousHACK FOR RENTFOR
K. of A. hall. Barrio's Orchestra. LOTS! 'LOTSLOTS! FOR: SALE,AT A SACRIFICEEightbeautiful
,
: Pensacola Cement Stone Co. 25feblt I
20f blv. I East and West Hills lots in block across street RENT-Good space at 613 Sour
selling
am on TOR SALE- 7-room house at Gould- Always ready with good
t :WA..ED-Good, : nurse wanted at 'WANTED-First class saw mill man, lots at $50.00 per lot on terms of $1.00 lrfg. Apply to F. L. Askergren. east of the Stoddard place on East No 12 driver. C. H. Taylor, pro- Palafox; good for barber shop ormlIlinery
i onoe. Apply 619 North Bajlen St. competent to construct operateand cash and 50 cents per week. They Goulding. Fla. 28Janlm* Hill; if sold at once $1200; also 17 reliable Phone 1236. Hackman's Exchange store. Good sky lighta1! .

, 25feb3tWANTED, manage small mill is open for will double in value before paid for.' lot? on North, Railroad street; excel- prietor. ZOfeblm ways cool and pleasant in Bummtr.

: -Men to learn barber trade, .position either as partner or cut by No taxes and no interest charge. lent location for factory or building Phone 185. i Apply next door. A. DiLustro. no
' S the thousand. Address O. Box site; must go at once or price will offer services as surveyor 22feblw._
We prepare you for: positions $12 to P. NORTH HILL LOTS.I jl NOTICE-I my
$20 weekly. You can practically earn -319. city. 2Weblw( not hold good-$1250.00. Apply to locating homesteads, for the FOR RENT-Desirable twoiiry. ca
f hav several 'plots of 4 lots each To The Jno, IL Kohler care Saunders Mill Florida.
your tuition tools and board before iamllord.1 people of western counties dence. No. 208 West Gadsden Si ,
. '::1 completing; short time required; ..positions S WANTED dollars man to invest with in a few a specialty thousand on North Hill, for' sale' at $800.00 for q4;'. 23:} E. Garden St.Ufeb1 w. Address W. Jf Stevens Surveyor Flo- Wm. D. Howe. 401 Thiesen Bldg.! 18ft'!>>
' each less than four
four. Nothing,
. 5: or locations waiting. Write for line of lumber manufactories. Ad locations for homes. In the purchase of Investment FOR SALE.-Nice. clean newspapersfor rala. Ala. 16feblm FOR RENT-Two story resldncs!

free. catalogue. Moler Bartber Col.., dress L, care: Journal. ISfeblw sold. Elegant I property did it ever. occur to sale. Only 5c a bundle. They VIAVI-The patrons of the "Viavi with all modern conveniences corner

lege New Orleans. La. 23feblw"WANTED. 204% S. Palafox St. Fisher Building. you that after all your careful make good wrapping paper and are Treatment" are cord'ally! Invited to Spring and Strong Sts. Apply C
WANTED
few' hundred
-Party with
: .-Good pay for earnest dollars wishes to purchase a an Inter- Phone 462. t investigation as to title and Just the thing to put under matting. call at Hotel Southern Mondays andFrtcikys IL Turner._ 9ful.! fr<

'workers everywhere distributing: est in pay tog business of any kind. location thaCithenet results FOR SALE-3 acres land on Town from 2 to C p. m.. where they F R RENT.-Elegant 2-storJTs-room ty

. *1 circulars samples and advertising Address Investment care Journal you depend on the rent collec Point. opposite city near marine ways. can meet the representative, Mrs. H. cottars; at 318est Belmont St. Ap. 2

matter. No canvassing. Cooperative: 16f eb. ForSelo 'I tions. Have ;you investigated $300( cash; deep water frontage. Address P. Booth. Phone _1027. llfeblm ply to Wallrar Ingraham at Star Laun-
Advertising Co.. New York. It* the Tent collecting agencies to
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I Land. care Journal.\ lOftb
and organs
WANTED-We want your orders for to ascertain: who show the best I will tune and repair pianos dry._ 25jn!
WANT ')Traveling salesmen .wanted FOR SALE.-Improved and unimproved FOR, SALE-Two or three as cheap as any one and;do first
1907 Art Calend! rs. Over 300 original returns'to their landlords &3. wagons FOR RENT.-Elegant two story Storeroom
I ? to sell grocers. :Permanent posi designs to select from. All .pr:.perty, tn all parts of the city.' carefully you' did the title(0' drays and horses cheap. If taken class work only. My phone is '802-2 In new Star Laundry building! xr'

'L tion. State present occupation an<\, prices. :Mayes Printing Co., Pensaco J. A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agents your:property.: .The'net returns within a few days. Phone 614 or apply rings. Orders promptly attended to. E. Garden street Apply Walker In- of

salary expected Los Angeles Cider',I Ia. 16.eb'j Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone Is the gage tha standard of at 403 N. Reus street 27 Jan. J. Conrad- Scott: _ graham. Star Laundry. %2dec.A lo
Co. St. Louis.Mo. its
ANTED-TO lease or buy a flv-eor 172. 23jan measurement that tell the storyof FOR- :ALF---Large horses and mules, SHIP CHANDLERS McKinzie Oert. R. BINGHAM has storage room for
. W1NTED' Salesman of ability anJ six room cottage. Price and terms FOR SALE.-If you have $8,000 to Invest a good or bad Investment. or turpentine'operators and log men. ing & Co..wholesale and retail ship rent suitable for furniture or other

. neat appearance to call on all mer. must be ,reasonable. Address Good in a saw mill proposition worth ARE YOUR MOUSES VACANT We guarantee satisfaction. Address'chandlers and grocers only first-class goods, 104 and 106 South Tarragona
chants in their territory; elegant side: Tenant care Journal. 16feb.j 10000.* write Lock Box 26, DeFunlak W i' 'rent' a larger' number of Waterman & Co., G. G. Cobb manager house of kind In city "fair prices to all. St. Phone 630 30no

.. line convenient to carry; good comp .j 1! \ thai; Springs Fla.Thjs! .will: staid tie houses arid thereforejcome, in Chipley Fla. !:23feb1m. Corno Hen feed, will make your eta
TED-The
: public to know
% s iQn$; prompt remittance., Belmont contact; with tenants -who -- I
more
closest investigation and the first them-in-a healthy
man
FOR SALE-Household furniture by and keep
I hens
M/g._Co. Cincinnati O. It*I j If J I this old office newspapers for five cents can a be bundle.bought They, at with the money gets It. TCo time to would rent your house than any. private sale.Apply before March condition.lay Try.it. For,sale by the Boardand Rooms.BOARDERS .

BDCOMC A Chauffeur at home poI-'I i are all clean and nice. waste with agents or trlflers. 24Jdn: other agency in the city.. 1 at Major Lewis or Hollifred place.: Lewis Bear Co 7feb

; tions guaranteed at $25 weekly.I t r WAN'1'kJJ.-1iIectri' of FOR SAL):!:.-One choice block on top ARE YOUR-- HOUSES LEFT Just northwest of city. Take Park NOTICE-The owner wllLnot be responsible WANTED-Two person*
Write for particulars. Automobile,' : worK et kmd. of the ridge east of the electric OPEN ? car to end of line. F. L._Irwin.23feblw I I for debts contracted .by who mill room together on first floor
Let U clean your fans reair; > by tenants movin'g and does tc
$ ourdynamo out
Dept. 691. No. 742 Seventh at 616 East Gadsden : .
avenue. 7th St. :21febl:
railway between and 8th streets. of the schooners Kate,
'I dj captains .
New York. its jour wiring, etc.. P.ion3 remain open verall'day with I the
570. Pen acola Electric Co. 205 S. Nautre has favored this section and it out a rent sign? We have a NORMANS PILLS.:-Just' received I Pay :Alabama or Sallie Guy ,H. Jer. FOR RENT-One t furnish

S.4IETh-InstaIlment&llector for i Ba>Inn. cannot: be duplicated. V. lubba.- corps of collectors who are in 65,600 Compound Cathartic. For I:nigan_ owner, Portland. Fla. 3feblm room down stairs and one
, & merchandise,, accounts; good salary f ANTED-To loan money on your FOR SALE-House ,at Gouldlngon every part of Qts city dally and sale at The Alligator and West End 1 I This Is to certify that the Ferry stairs. 20 W. Wright St.. near Ecam

. and expense.Address Manufacturer' watches Jewelry' and personal ef-- hard road 4 rooms. bath and kitcn- they see that .your houses are Saloons. _ ISnovlm 'Pass Inspectors. and Shippers Asso-baa hotel. 24febiw
P.O. Box 1027 !
Pa.
Philadelphia, ,
25feb3t I fects. Highest cash price for old gold en; nice stable. Strictly cash. M. kept closed and a rent sign FOR SALE-FIrst class grocery store ciation are fiot responsible for the FOR RENT, AFTER 'MARCH ,-

"I and silver. Lightman &; Klein 106 Ri S. Borraa Standard Oil Co.'s mce'l aced on them when vacant and and meat market in connection fixtures following boom receipts of their in- Three furnished rooms suitable f;)r Ire
WANTED-Woman for general house Pensaco! Fla. protect property In Receipt No.- 1347 of G. DRobbtns .
i i wright Phone 1127.jyANTED. jour every etc. Reason for selling leaving steetion: J'ght house keeping. Apply at >9:' E
work: and nurse. Apply 216 East I .-A. It. Bingham FOR SALE OR RENT-60 acre farm: way po&sible. ,the ;city. Address P. O. Box 697. ; receipt No., 1348 of Fea'giaand Gadsden. 23febi'*
; j Church St. 24feb3t wants ARE. YOUR RENTS RETURN 7feb. Hassall! ; receipt No. 1295 of Chas.
your moving and hauling. He guarantees 5 miles from city on Brent road; 11 SATISFACTORY Snowdens.. Ferry Pass Inspectorsand FOR RENT-Two nicely furnisS
:
Ji : all breakage. Phone 630. room house all fenced in; 5 fields; 2 FOR SALE-The Lewis Bear Co. are .
L 3VANTED-Aprinter at once. Ban- Our rent department is under Shippers Association by J T. rooms: at P. Stone's residence. ;S
story barn, good water mail box on for the famous Corno Hen
Chipley. Fla. agents Jan281n Palafox St.
nero 23feblw
WANTED-To old Pres. I8e.Jr'WANT'EDA !
*t buy gold and silver land. Address '"Farm the care of a Rent Manager Harper.
the care Feed. Finest thing in the world to -
: 1 :WAFUD-Man who understands- broken, up stuff regardless of Journal. ISfeblw* with a corps of collectors under r make hens lay. Keeps 'em In good JOHN FLO Boot and Shoemaker.Fins few boarders at J:::1). ftGregory.
,
sizes. Cash paid. Llgntman &; Klein him whOle sole duty is to look .
book work to order repairIng Newhouse.,
: binding and ruling and who Is condition too. feb custom ; good nei'!
lOG E. Wright Phone 1127. FOR SALE-For a few days only 2 after the and
renting collecting borhood
: and '
capable of taking charge of that ; material and .workmanship guar on car line. 16M'
: lots opposite the Hagerman resi Our rent collections have In. FOR SALE>-South halt block 211.
branch of the business. give m-a a call. 120
; 'i Uayes Print. WANTED.-Hauling and transfer anteed. Please NICE FURNISHED
New Fine front sout*
dence. City 62500. location creased $60,000.00 In'the fronting 400 feet on 13th street by room
: past,
Phone 1086.
/, ing Company. Pensacola. Fla. work. Office phone 363; residence for a hom Apply B. F. Wolfe.Citizen's : twenty-four months this means 107% feet on Bay iew Park; also E. Government street era exposure; half block from Pal
t_ 23feblw. phone 390. Acosta &; White 22-28 N. 27JanlmCUT fox .Apply 32 E. ..
.. Bank. ISfeblm we are holding our old clients south half of block 21%. fronting 400 Gregory 20 f.'bl

i| WA.VfED-A competent. neat nurse Tarragona St. 25mar. FOR. SALE-Beautiful block In New and getting new ones. We feet on 14t St., by 137% feet on Bay FLOWERS Orders promptly FOR RENT-one nicely (urn;,:if,

wanted at once at 18 E. Wright. WANTED.-The Merchants Transfer City. Tract No. 312. For cash $600. could not do this if ,we did not View Park. The only property adJoinIng filled for roses carnations flowers room at 24 West Romana St., phon 1C(:
23kb. Co. wants your moving I and hauling. Apply to A. M. McMillan. Court House. show good net returns to the Bay View Park that is now for and designs of all kinds.. Miss Bertia 548. 18f-b' u'
All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thor. laug landlord. sale.: The beautiful view down the Smith. 616 N. Barcelona. Phone 651. irPr
S MAN "A-iTED-to manage and work sen. Prop. Phone 978. ISJunelm.MATTRESSES WE RENDER MONTHLY bayou and down the bay can never be THREE FURNISHED ROOMS or
farm. Will pay wages or work on : THE'GREAT LINDSAY LIGHT Burns' j STATEMENTS.J obstructed, .A. V. Clubbs. 30jly TAILORING L.. Diamond. Tailor. rent suitable for light housed
S hares. 6 miles from city at Oakfield. RENOVATED. New less gas and gives you more light : ='" Gents' clothing cleaned pressed and Ing. Apply 501 W. Chase. ':.r.-) .
We render monthly statements .FOR SALE'- My property., 416 E. Bra-
if :
furnished desired. !
tick All done No..
than short notice. 11
Call 18 E. for less money any lamp yet repaired on % 11C
Garden *
St., city. 20feblw the last of each of four lots TOURIST HOUSES 222 Wi
in good order on short notice. Leave made. Try It. ana1 see for :jour self. on day tneSL consisting 40 West Government St. Pensacola Fla.I I No. ana 11D.en.
;ANTEDIass attendant aboard orders at Green & Watson. Phone Booklets free. Call up 3SO and ask month reporting collections XloO feet; a two story dwelling con.iaining,6' Idee. N. Spring St. Good location. Sr& .
the U. S. S. Vixen. Apply on board 193. 4feblm I about them. 28 East Governmentstreet. made during tiat! month send. rooms, hall ways, bath room I cia rates to parties or clubs. Appl
ship. 20feblw SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANt I F. B. Bruce. febll-lm I Ing a check for thj net amount Closets: and pantry On,car,line; will THE DAVIS MANUFACTURING. CO. Mrs., W. J. Williams. 222 N. Spring &. %
due you.. sell entire property for $3000.00. E. wnolesale and retail manufacturersand I Sujanlm*
:: {WA..VfED-Three: short goods sol tl.tare. 'ED-Highest' price paid for gent'sclothing FOR SALE-Nice _clean old newspapers WE PAY TAXES ON YOUR L. ,Reeoe,. 22feb dealers In cotton mattresses and -- --
Solomon Furniture cnly. Also sell second hand at ave cents a bundle. This of.': Second hand furniture' NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for renwNewly jyi
Co. Sfeb PROPERTY.and bed springs., .
RECEIVED-Large of
JUST shipment
.
goods No. 9 E. Intendencia I furnished clean ani me-
fice.AUTOMOBILES..
do repairs if desire at bought and sold. Upholstering and repairing :
.j you imported' Olive OIL Retail by pint, .
; = at US'E.
;WL'TTED-Managerfnr branch office WANTED.Reaf'Estate for Taie near postoffice. Apply
or 114 E.
actua cost. We make no chargesto a specialty. Belmont
.-I am agent for the gallon:or larger quantity. G. Morasso
we wish to locate here in Pensacola. rent leas-e or exchange. Your business I Government street Mrs. B. M. Tram r.7janlm.
:Address with references. The :Morris respectfully solicited. J. A.Vil- Pope Mfg. Co. andean sell you autos\ our landlords for handling fc Co., ship chandlers ana'?.grocers.' 701 St., .city. Phone 771., C. T. Davis, ..
I from $500.00 up. They cost, less than other than the commission for South Palafox. 4octFOR Mgr. 17Janlm I
Wholesale House Cincinnati, Ohio. son. Real: Estate Agent 22% W. Gov- Old at five cents a bundle
collection the' rent newspapers
Cfeblm horses to keep up. They'cau be run :. SALE---Choice lots on East Hill .
ernment Room 7, PORTER sallmaker 716 South
: street. J. H.
Salisbury in sand or anywhere a horse THE FISHER REAL ESTAT at this office. They are all cleaa loc
can sale Price
go. for reasonable. Address -
building. Phone 172. Palafox street Orders taken for ,
I[: 23jan E. AGENCY.WE and nice.
----- Leslie Brooks.
Lots, care Journal. :Ofebl w* tents.awnlnga 'stoola and house
WANtED' WANTED.-All kinds 'of .electrical MAKE THE COLLEO Prices camp reasonable. BAY HfTEL.-Open night and day,
work. I sell all kinds of -- TION OF RENT A SPEC- cots. etc. Sljan.Money
electrical aol
--- '- -7- -- -- European plan. Rooms light
.
: KODAKEJtS Kauffman's batteries and other electrical plles. IALTY. -.5 I I clean. Transient trade solicited
get pricesfor
When you need me ring 315' or 955. 675-579 8. Palafox. Jis. S. Nicolas. tc
t developingand finishing. Best to
Loan.
E. W. Peake. new Star-Laundry build FlOB. 7
Prop.
uxd cheapest In city., Mail orders receive ing. E. Garden. ISdec. S.A.L -
prompt attention.. Rotnana and --- -- : MONEY TO, LOAN-Everybody borrows -
Palafox ,Sts. Ofeb. 11ATFRESSESmadO ,to order; old i] 2 lots 60 ft.:front on' the southwest corner Barcelona and Gonzalez ,streets very select neighbor money from Jno. A. Hall & LOST

I mattresses fenovated and new ticK I hood. .. ... .: ... ,.. .. .... .. .. .. -to.. -." .., .. .. .. .......,.,f. ,,..-4,,, .\.. ..... ..... ....$1500.00 Co., 16 E. Government street. When I 01
i: ',WANTED-Position as day or nfght furnished if desired. Ring phone 771.!' 5-room cottage and reception hall back and front gallery closets ,house new and In good condition In need call on us. 9feblm LOST-Dark red cow, thort and Ira''T

watchman. First class references.Address or call at 114 E. Belmont St 2feblInIFOR large. lot. on North 8th avenue. between 11th and 12th ,streets a bargain at., f. '.. .. ... u ..$1200.00 l I with white spots. Left horn oroK n
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Journal .
T ; B, care ,, 20feblw i z = = = = -I Corner 8th avenue and 12th stre 5-room and hall cottage. pantry back and front gallery gas and city MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal -! off. Branded D. B. Reward fo* return -

: ':AN'IED-To loan money on your' For Sale" I water house new, a large lot......... .. ... .. ....*.......... %... .. .. .. .. .. ......$1700.00 pioperty on short notice.!i to 14V.. Intendencia.20feblw .
personal property and household! I Building lots'. on west side of N. Reus Street"between DeSoto and Strong., ., .eo .. .. .. .. ..$450.00 Terms easy. J. B. Gray &;",Co, 2 W. t

;oods. Mobile Loan Co.. corner Jef--!!. 5413 ft. on, West Romana street at the foot of S rirtg St, Improvements on property, renting for $13.00 Romana. Phone 1165 Ifeb

\Jerson and Zarragossa Sts. SALE CHEAp.-.A 'fewdcs1rabiel permonth.-. .. .. .. .....,... 3........ ....... ... ... ......... ..._ ,'t ... .. .... .. .. ....$4000.00 LOST-A petition containing numb
Sfeblm* lots in New City East King Tract. 40 ft by 170 ft. deep on East Romana St.next to Bus.A. Co.. a good I investment .. .. .. .. ..4000.00 MONEY TO LOANOn real estate or of signatures of value to nO one but
1 West King Tract and North HilL Address 5 lots on the South East corner of Spring and L.e.streets;, splendid building site.. .. ,. ....$2500.00 other Buffld.at security by appl). owner. Reward for return to Journal:
iOURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressing Bargain.. care ,Journal.25feblw : Block 107 East, King Tract: Belmont Numbering, on North Palafox street, between Bayjen and Palafox ing to Thos.. Pebley. cor.' Palafox and office. SK*

and Cleaning Club. 118 N. Palafox I -. ____ thirty lots. few days only at......... .... .>.... ,..'.. .01 .mm_. .............. "."-. ,.. .. .... ..........$5000.0050G ftomana. up galn. 17noT-m.
ilt, Mrs. T. J. Davis. Prop. Your pat- FOR SALE-One fine extension table East Jackson street, two story 8 room and hall house, ba.th. gas, a delightful borne and good neigh MONEY TO LEND-:-On good real -

nonage' solicited; satisfaction guaranfteed. -I and six fine dinfng chairs cheap.! borhood lot 93 ft.: by:150.-.. .. .. .. _"" .. .; .. ............ .,,.t ... .... ........$3500.03 security or 'on good collateral.estate STEAMBOAT'SCHEDULE L
Careful attention given ladles';_ Address*P*.'Ol Box 395. 25feb 715 -Baylen St. 8 room 2-story residence lot 70x125( ft.. every modem" convenience an Ideal lowest rate Lttlle, E. Brooks !l

)garments. Phone 1222. 8feb home.. .. .. .. ....! .? ., ,.. .... .... .... .'. .. ........ ... -, $000.03 Fisher at building. 213i.nMONET STEAMER CAPT. FRITZ. J. ai
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FRE 3H GARDEN' SEEDS-All kindsof 2 lots on Cervantes street between Baylen and Spring streets G'xl25(' t.a nice building site, a bar Rogers master. PassengersFreight

iWA\'TED-You to use Corno hens HenPeed. strictly .frash farm and garden: I gain...,. .. ,. .. .... ., ... .,,..,... '.... .... _.j. ,. _. .. ..... ..,....,,..,, .,., ..... ..... ...$1300.00 LOANED on all kinds of par- service between Pensaco"atj :
This makes your It. For sale lay seeds at reasonableprices., A180\\ 5 lots on th ..southeast, corner Spring and Lee street .. .. n'.,,'*.. 'r T*.., -,.. ..... .. ....$2500.00 tonal property on short notice. Freeport. Fla. At Baylen stre
and fattens them. Try fruit and nut. trees Banks! Bros. 3 lots Strong street between J. W. Ballard, wharf, Wednesdays and SaturdaYsTourists
on 10th and 11th avenues. This property very cheap at.. .. .. $650.00 Terms .easy. upstair
by The Lewis Bear Co. 7feb Chipley,. Flawi. .. . 25feblm. lowest- Palafox SL Phone and others desiring to Sr*
MONEY at the market rates o interest on improved or vacant,city\property. t 28% ,South :, 1144. Cboctawhatct
;WANTED-Everybody in Pensacolato FOR'SALE.-;Oul/ "young' Boar pigs SHOT places of Interest on sliou:,I
know that the Y. M. C. A. building ; sired by Duke of Florida 68923 Bay and Santa Rosa Sound .
out The Fisher
Real amount or: rates for parties
was built of brick made by the lot'Orphan Le of Baltimore. 58541 Estate Agency.fUeiik .' UNLIMITED kinds of personal money to loan make this trip. Special For rates &
all property. of ten .or more.
b: Pensacola Brick Co.. and they are prepared t All guaranteed with registrations, ant! ,87. 2O. Pelatox: oa Special rates to business-men.on large other' Information, apply on board or
to J. S. Walton. pedegrees. Carl Settsrlind 9oufh
furnish 'ou. Chlpley.I
) F:>
leans.. The New York Loan Co., 204% address P. 0. Box 6S%. Pensacola. -
_ :.)Jgr. 6 eb,I Fla. 26nov. Palafox. -. 27Jn1m .
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I r== ., JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING,' FEBRUARY. : 26. IflOB, ., .. .: a'. ..;. +. ;> .;...._._ .._.._ 4rwuc
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A Hearty WelCOme to AIL. S. A, FRIEDMAN Pensacola's Leading Liquor 'Dealer 1

extends a hearty welcome to all Tourists and Visitors from West Florida,

Alabama and from everywhere and he invites them to :
Agents for the Famous a/ull Ribbon makehis place:o'f, business their headquarters while in the ,Deep Water City. He is the

.ott./e and Draught Beer. Which is the best beer in all the wide,wide world.
The Bear of Qusl/ty: There is Take no other, but call for the famous Pabst Blue Ribbon-.
none just as good Sold all
... .*wkJUJLW- Saloons and in Clubs


S. A. Friedman sells all the Leading. Brands of Whisky Wines : '

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i 1. S. BROWNReal SHIPPING NEWS McMillan Bros.. Co. TI ii N.PREPAREDI' C.W.UMAR, President.' N5 Os.JOHN PFEIF FER.AMfeUat Ctthiw. GRAND BALLSc. I


._ >n.E.CUll Vlci-President Md Casbltr.. J.W.ANDREWI.Assistant CQ""W".


G Co. Vincent lolanthe to, Gulf Br Arrived.Cleared.ss Transit, Hodgson Co., ,1943, St. TO HANDlE N E EExtra THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK, Feb. 26 at and 27


or rtnancotn, fm.
:AUoth, Dutch, ss, Molder, 1290, for
Buenos Ayres, with 1,536,000. s ft ,MOBILE. ALABAMA.MA.RKETS. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.
lumber. C.K.ofA.HaIIBarrios'. .
Thomas Hal.bk, Lauro, 803,.for Naples TRAffl C CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS,'$60fl0. *;'
with 465,000 s ft sawn timber ., : Full: Orchestra. ,
Estate 50,000 s ft lumber. DIRECTORS.

VESSELS ire CRT. Henry I..Covlngton, Frank Reilly, F. E. Browner, All Are Invited.
Steamship' .* Pensacola Cotton Market. J. M. Pfelffer, W. S. Rosasco, C.W.Lamar
Alioth Dutch ss, Mulda, 1298, Rotterdam C.,Gunter Elmore. F. O. B. cotton Sections of Regular Trains Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McCourin, J. R.Saunders Visitors Especially] Welcome
to order.. broker gives the following quotationsfor A. M. Avery, w. n.Milton 0. E. Maura' ,
and Farmsum; Dutch ss, Scheltema February 24: Will Be Run if Necessaryto W. L C.wthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie: Oertlng, Right reserved to eject
Good :. .. .. Alex McGowln. C. M. Covlngton, E. Clark.
1597. West Hartlepool to W. L. Wit Middling .. .. ..103{ M. objectionable parties.
tich. Strict Middling;. ? .... ... ... .10H .Handle Crowds
Klrkawood, Br ss, Larson, 2095,Lon. Middling. u .. u :. ... .....10 Accounts of Banks. Individuals Corporations Firma' Solicited.
don. Strict "Low Middling.. '.. ... ...93'i Four per cent Interest Paid Time Joe Santoi:
InsuranceLoans Pleamoor. Br ss,:Prest, 2803. Mobile Low Middling. .. ,. ... .. .. ....9V& Nashville The officials Railroad of ,the who Louisville have and on Deposits.
good
: a
Stains Floor
to master' and tinges to 1 cent lower. Managerlimber
ut opportunity anticipate the crowds
Secunda, Br ss,' Donnelson 1309. that will come to'Pensacola for the
1 Tenerelffe to The W. S. Keyser Co Naval Stores MardI Gras festivities, have preparedto
Sliedreeht. Dutch ss, Vessen, ,!1951, Savannah, Ga., Feb. 24.-:'Tme naval handle the traffic in'the best possible
Galveston. stores market closed today as follows: manner. Land

Teodora de Tariniga, Br ss,.,Hudson, WW .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. ..6 20 The train service into Psnsacola ,
2599, Hull. VfG.. .. .. .. .. .. '........610 both from the north and east Is a EVERYONE SHOULD HAVE'ACHECKING

Tugela, Br ss, Lacock 2148. Vera N.. .. ..ow .. .., .. ..' ... .. ..5 90 good one for those desiring to enter
Cruz. M..5 45B..405 the city to witness the Sea titles, and
I Vlvina, Span as, Bustlnza 1933, Liverpool K.. ..... .... ..... .... .. ...5 20 it Is not likely that any extra trains For Sale
I to Gulf:Transit Co. 1.. .... .... .... .. .... .. ..4 55H will be run, but the officials have dtermln.ear > ACCOUNT.
Swell little home on North Hill Ship. ..... .. .... .... .. .... ..4 25 that it it,becomes necessary .: ,
0 .. .. ... .. .. ..... .. ..4 05V _
Avon Ital sDIp ? : the regular: trains :w U be run in buttons
nohting like it in finish desirable lo to Rosasco Bros., Avegno, 1601,Genoa ., .... ... ... .. .. .. .. ..4 03 in order that'every accommodation

cation, every modern convenience, Casanova, Ital bk. Avegno will, bo afforded those :who wishto 'H:It is convenient as well as practicable to We bare them. Several splendid
1069 D... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..405 .
Genoa .0 come to this city for the Carnival. pay your bills by check, thus avoidingthe large and small turpentine location,
. .. .. .. .. .. .. C .. Saw Mills
.. .$5000 Elvira. Port ship ,405 The regular trains which arrive; in and Saw mlIlloc UOllL
Rodrtques.
, Lisbon to order 1488 Spirits Turpentine 69 cents. Pensacola daily front the north afford risk of carrying money, or leaving it Some excellent bargains In large
. Barica. all who cone from that direction ample at home, where it might be stolen. and small tracts of round and boxel;
The Timber Market. accommodations. Four passenger timber lands.
The choicest location on East Hill, Adele, Swed bk, Janse, 596 Havana. The. market during the past week trains arrive each day from that direction 1. We solicit be it I Large tracts of Mississippi Delta
- fronts south and east corner property Due Cuiginl. Ital bk. Olivari, 1259, has ramaf ned firm the demand for these being No. 3, reaching your account large or and Hardwood lands

and runs through block: ; 8 room Genoa to order., lengths of over thirty feet being especially I here at 5 a m.'No..19, at 9 a. m., No. small, and guarantee prompt, efficient I. Splendid list of valuable propertyand '
2 story house all conveniences $4500 Ciampa Emella, Ital bk, 864, Ha strong. Large averages 11. at.4 p..m., and No. 5, at 6:30: p. m. and courteous treatment to all. One location for a Colony or Stock
van& wowed an increase, the ruling prices To all,of these extra coaches will be I I Farm i& South East Georgia.
e e Elvira, Port bk, Bodriquez, 1586,>for being from 27 to 28 cents which is..:attached. Coming from the east No. 1. Four cent interest I Some of the choicest residence
Delagoa Bay wtt&' 701,539 8 tt sawn about the highest prices yet reaches L28 will be the first,train to reach the per paid depositorsin places I". the beautiful little city of
No. 1201 X Davis, 8 room 2 story; Umber 291,922 a ft lumber. Smaller averages remained firm at city, arriving at 1013: J at m. Then will our savings department. 4 DeFunlak Springs, Fla.. and In Mlltoa.
fronts east and south on car ]line; one Gudny, Nor bk, Saanum, 821, Ham about the same prices, as last week. Come No. 22:: to 6:30 'p.rju., and No...3, Fla.Our .
of the best built houses In the burg to master. 'I{(The receipts from all sources! amounted at. 10.50 p. m. prices and terms are reaoo' <
city, Pedro Lacave. Span, bk, Maristang, to about 2,300 pieces. The stock isI Reports received -by the Louisville able. *
lot 60x125. bargain. .. .. ....$2000 509, Savannah to Rix M. Robinson.
i I I very limited, with little prospect of and Nashville officials from all divisions Cal on or write to us.
Providensa, Ital bk Olcese 1185 heavier receipts during this 'We k. are ,to. the"- effect that good
Starthem Br bk, Maitlaad. 1272, There Is very little unsold. timber, at crowds can be expected; from nearly ...
Neat little cottage, one and one-half I Antwerp. I Ferry Pass. '. ,every station, ana':especially, on the P.I FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF '
i Thomas, Ital bk Lono 803, Naples J&'A. division. There will be large : TURNER AYMARD'
ftory, 6 rooms' corner, 80x132 frontscar Umberto I, Hal bk, Olivari, 766, For any pain, from top to toe fromany crowds, It is said, from over the
line on East Hill.:' :. ....51750INVat Genoa to RosasOo'Bros., cause, apply Dr. Thomas' Electric;* Southern-Alabama Toad, as'well as PENSACOLA FLA. Real Estate and
Schooners.Lizzie : OiL Pain, can't stay where It is used. many from the Geneva branch. '
see. .. W E.KSOWLBS: .Free. W K.Hrn.JR.,V.Pre., .and Cubler. Abstract '
B. Demiaon. .Am Bch, Peck, > 'T.W.BRUT and W. N.Roa..ue\ .r.. Company, -
452, to master.: ,IF YOU WANT TO SECURE A Dean's Regulets cure constipation DIBW5TORS-P.,C. Brent. W. A. Blount. W. H. Knowles, W. K. Her, 3r..
cottage at Flsherville. 4 rooms, Horatio L Baker. Am sch, Mohr DIAMOND. BE AT McMILLAN'S BY without griping. nausea.,nor'any weakening D.O.Brent. I P. 0. Boi 115. DeFoniak Springs, Florida

corner lot 45x125, splenOfd: little home 720. Lagua to J, A.. Merritt,& Co. 8 O'CLOCK.SHAFtP. MONDAY MORN.. ( ,,,effect... Ask .jrour druggist for

>'" .... -... .. .. ........ *.. ..$1200 Bar entlne.. ING. them. '25' cents, Pfr'box.. I
.. .. I'. .. Florida and Alabama
e Beatrice, Am' bktn.:Casaveggio. 1430 SIR KNIGHTS ATTENTION. YOU WILL. HAVE TO 'BE THEREBY --- --- -

Rctterdam to Pensacola Lumber Co.', 'Regular conclave of Coeur De Lion 8 O'CLOCK MONDAY MORNING U HILTON GREEN P...Il>tT.K. T.K WELLES.: !: VICB,PK::;T.ITUjLNSriItDMORKMO,4. LAND COMPANY
Have you any property to sell? See Caroline Koch, Dan bktn, Holm,.Commandery, No. 1, Knights Templar, IF YOU WANT ONE OF THOSE .M.BCIHHJLL CAiHUr.' .".OA Bis*
Fort de France to :McKenzie: Oerting 7:30 p. m.. Monday, Feb. 26th. Work SEALED BOXES .AT MCMILLAN'S. Citizens National Bank Manufacturers of
Us. about it, you will be pleased with & Co. J i iu the Order of the Temple. Sojourn I and Dealers In
results ing Sir Knights are courteously invited. IF YOU WANT TO SECURE A *Peneieola.Florida.1Diraotorr.. LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN
NEVER SUCH A CHANCE BEFORE ,1 DIAMOND BE AT MCMILLAN'S BY : GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP.
TO GET A' DIAMOND CHEAPAS HARRY W. GIBBS. E, c., 8 O'CLOCK SHARP MONDAY MORN 0 o.W W rljrtit, Morris Bear. T.X.Wellt
AT MCMILLAN'S: GREAT SEAL- W. HENRY: NEDDHAM, Rae.. : mo. :&tz if.Robinson L.nil d Ore**.
ED PACKAGE SALE MONDAY I A ..4ENERB.NKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. For Expert. Watch Repairing and
MORNING. FUNERAL NOTICE. VITAL STATISTICS.
The funeral of Charles Edward I ---- Engraving, go to
YOU WILL HAVE TO BE THEREBY Caro, will take place today at 4 p. m.I Record of 'Births, Marriages and .............-.tt..i........
8 O'CLOCK MONDAY MORNINGIF at the residence of his parents East Deaths During Week. ,J. S..REESE. President E. W. MBNEffEE.: Cashier. ; ; J. F. DAVIS, the Jeweler
YOU WANT_ ,ONE 'OF THOSE Jackson :sTreat. Interment in SL The following is the record of mar t R. M. CART VIce-President. < '

SEALED BOXES AT MCMILLAN'S. John's cemetery. Frienas:! and 'acquaintancss 'I riagfes.! births and deaths, which hate I THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PEMSACOIA i it 213 South Palafox Street.
'are Invited. been reported during the past week:.
GREEN RIVER WHISKEY |I Marriage., I Director*-U J. R-eves, J. ft. Rees, W. D.C. K..lc, R. M. Carr, < The Latest Designs in Watches
<*< BEST ON EARTH YOU WILL HAVE TO BE THEREBY I White Walter Gustat LInd to,:Margaret : W. A. D'Alemberte T. A. Jennings J. Hooton. < and
room cottage and :5; lots, corner r-, 8 O'CLOCK MONDAY MORNINGIF I Bamfell; Adolph F. Pfeiffer .I' TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. | Jewelry*
10th avenue and 23rd street, little far Green River Whiskey, the great YOU WANT ONE OF THOSE Katharine Clark; Henry Albert Gaites YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. '.'
from car line, but good place for the whiskey "without a. headache," is SEALED BOXES AT McMILLAN'S, ,4 I to Idell Thomas, Chas. Alfred Sturde- .....................................,.. ,.,....*.. .+
.. I:I' Davis to D. HALE WILSON S CO.
price possibly the most popular whiskey :vant to Mary l mount; Henry
If distilled at the present time. In fact, Rose Miller; Marcus E. Taylor to Annie .
you
want
a good investment. Buy it is almost imposef J>te for any saloonto Dawson. ... REAL ESTATE
that 'M. -=>> Jea Masser,
property on NW corner Reus and do business without it, because Qlored-Leonard Miller to Eliza R- M.P r Carr s. '-' ... --Qi: cc. ...... ,
Onrantes streets; 5 Jots with I 6) room there are so' many people who' will Crook; Bristol Williams to Josephine Wholesale and Retail Dealer ID RENTS AND LOANS

newly papered house. If desired we have Green River or none other. Carnival Judge; Thomas L. Lewis to Nettie Steam Domestic, Anthracite
'tt11l1end The popularity of this whiskey is Ioore; Alex Brooks to Nannte COAL
J2000 at 7 cent..... We have special
per $2750 based purely on its merits. ter; John Lowe to Corette and Blacksmith the following bans '
S e e It is now'and has been for nine con-, Births. Bur'I' I Office-No- 43 South Palafox street. Telephone 93. grins In very desirable real estate,for

MONEY TO LEND AT. tinous years, the official> whiskey of 1 ';\VhTte-To J. M. Bartlett and I Yard corner Tarragona and Gonzalez streets Phones 6 and 372 I a few days SPECIAL only.
7 AND 8 PER all the United States Marine Hospitals !- Visitors grlj; to Reuben Crooks and wife, a I llaO BARGAINS.
2 lots In block 170, New City, 80zl27t
CENT. and used by*them exclusively.ThJs .! boy; to Oscar Henritkson and; wife a
-,-- '-.- feet: on car line .. .. .. .. ,. $400.001
in itself is a guarantee of purity boy; to Tony Gelloton and wife, a -
S 3 lots, corner 16th are. and Cads's.s.
.and merit. I boy; to Chas. Muterspaugg and wife r den street. .. .. .. .. .. .1000.00
Good bargain in 4 room house 2 Then again, this beverage Is bot a' girlColoredTo K Iota fronting Toledo square la New

lots. W. Kind Tract; Insured for |"400 tied in bond.' This fact has more than are invited to.call Aaron Gordon and wife, .. City .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. $1,000.00
Cai. .. a passing significance, as It means a girl; to L Miles and wife twin girls. : C GEHERAL ARTHUR -. One 5-room bouse, with bath and
.. .. and Want to- >.
.., .:........$475 that after it, Is bottled at the distillery see us. Deaths sewer connection gas In every room;
'
e the government puts a stampon acquainted with White Henry Taylor, 81' years, ,j nice neighborhood.I< If taken at

We can the bottle which means that no dysentary. t ; nee, .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.450.00
place your money with abSolute one, no matter, TJOW unscrupulous, you, and want' you Colored-Still'born:child of LM-'les: 6 houses In block 17, West KIng
safety where it will realize you would dare to refill those bottles. Arcbie Howard, 23 years, consump- assn,;, -- Tract renting $30,00 per month. Will] "
7 and 8 per cent. People know, .therefore, that when to get acquainted tion.: :.. :. { .! lend 12,00000 of necessary .. (260000
they step up to any bar and ask' fora with our fine stock .'. #, :::, All of these propositions are bargains
Lots in New CIty Tract from nOo drink of Green River that they NEVER SUCH A CHANCE BEFORE ,"}5< add will be held open for a few
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>tJl get what they call,for. TO GET A DIAMOND CHEAPAS } H1j : earsonly.Excellent.
Green River received the highest AT MCMILLAN'S GREAT SEALED warehouse location ,oo
Lots in T\\Bt King and East King awards at- the Paris Exposition In I Clothing, Hats I II PACKAGE SALE MONDAY i ;; railroad track very cheap. .
Tracts from J25 up. 1900, at Si. Loufs Exposition 1904. at I MORNING.YOU Good 8 per cent mortgages! on hand.

Liege, Belgium, Exposition 1903, Port. and Shoesand i I.I I ..., Best kind of investments.
JFirc insurance placed In the very land Exposition 1905., WILL HAVE TO BE THEREBY ," 1- tk Property In all part of city vacant
** of companf 8 O'CLOCK MONDAY MORNING or Improved wanted and for sate.
Itching, bleeding; protruding:(' '.or ', .., IF YOU.WANT:ONE 'OF THOSE 7;;,>' 30 S. Palafox St.
-- their ] SEALED BOXES'AT 'MCMILLAN'S.EXCURSION : 'f"i 234.
blind piles yield to Doan's Ointment : extremely. .1.- ; ., .. ., Phone s
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Chronic cases soon relCeved finally low prices. .

cured. Druggists! all sell it., "",---- TO-DAY., ........ .. ,.

1 .1 ; Hope you'll havea The Commodious Sea-Going Steamer :" .' ,:,: '. FOR SALEBeach '
: ,IF YOU WANT TO SECURE A Monarch will make",two trips to l z: a, Haven the coming suburb of
DIAMOND .BE-AT MCMILLAN'S BY.' pleasant time. the Gulf of Mexico, viewing the U. S Pensacola. Extensive Improvements

S 8 O'CLOCK.SHARP MONDAY MORN warships. Navy Yard Forts, Etc. A '3 for 25c and lOc straight cigar'sola! in to be made this year; street car lineguaranteed
The leading ,
ING. I stop will ba made at the U. S. LifeSaving In the near future. $35.00
-1 i Station permitting,those who
1 the United States. for beautiful waterfront tots. This
CHANCE BEFORE do desire to take the ride in the .
NEVER SUCH A not price for a short time only. For further
YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED. TO GET A DIAMOND,CHEAP Gulf to stop over on the beautiful particulars call on or write to
AS AT McMIL1.AN'S. GREAT SEAL; : Gulf Beach. Fare 50cents round trip I PENSACOLA INVESTMENT CO.
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ED PACKAGE SALE' MONDAY H. ANSON Refreshments! served. Boat leavesPalafpx

MORNING.,, ,: sCASH .p .Wharfat 10 a, in. and 230. I ICE COALOrcter WOOD
t. nf
S. BROWN & CO. LAST CLOTHIER,: p. Mesas flee YOU WILL HAVE TO BE THEREBY
NOT
LONG PACKAGES AT McM'L WILL' N'S' MONDAY I IF YOU WANT' TO SECURE A Consumers' Ice.and Fuel Company. 8 O'CLOCK MONDAY MORNING ;
Theisen FROM OR Corner Palatals sad lIa I. DIAMOND BE.AT MCMILLAN'S BY IF YOU WANT ONE OF THOSgi
Building. MORNING, JUDGING OJCoe--Corner= Chase and Tanracoaa. Fhen 350.t
DERS HE .CHAS ALREADY RECEIVED .- 6 8 O'CLOCK; SHARP MONDAY MORN SEALED BOXES AT McMILLAN'*

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STRANGERS I WELCOME ALL .


We extend to His Majesty, loyal l subjects, strangers.and all'!!: a most HEARTY WELCOME aJiciinyheALL: to make Out Store your:HEADQUARTERS,

We:also take pleasure in calling your attention to Our Marvelous and Monster / .







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k Whicn is now going on in full blast, and forcing all WINTER' WEIGHT FOQTWEAR out at ,a rapid pace. This'sale was inaugurated for the'sole purposed disposing of. all Broken

'" Lots Incomplete SIzes Odds and Ends, and Accumulations of'the:> Season Business. We have made REDUCTIONS never attempted before bu'are'determined not to carry over

ys Bargains:

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: MEN'S SHOES. $1.75 Men's Shoes, all kinds and BOY'S SHOES. LADIES'. SHOES.' : CHILDREN'S SHOES MEN'S' HOSE. ,

styles, choice now $1.48.
.00 Edwin Clapp'Shoes, now $5.73. $1.50I'en's Shoes all kinds and $3.50, Patents, lace or. button swing $5 Ladies': Shoes 'patent ideal kid. $2 kind all styles, sizes. .8%' ,toll, 50 cent kind all colors and pattern,
$7
styles, choice now $1.18. last, how $2.8S.; French and Cuban heel, light and now $1.66. now 3 pair for $1.00.,

$6.00 and $6.50 Edwin Clapp Shoes, 99c pair for the famous Cable Screw heavy soles all bench. finished goods kind styles, sizes 8 to 11 25 cent kind all colors and patterns,
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$3 Patents\ box calf and vici kid now 394. $1.75 all now 3 pair for 19c. :'W
.:94. Shoes, the pair at 99c. .
now 54 now $2.49.! ;; $4 Ladies'! Shoes, patents,::calfs and now $1.34.$1.SU' 15 ,cent.kind all colors and patterns ,F

$5 Men's,Vici Kids;patents and tans' .LADIES' FELT JULIETS. $2.50 Patenfs.:box calf and vici kid! kids, light and heavy ,soles lace or kind, all styles, sizes! 8.'% to 11-: now 3 pair for 8c.BOY'S ;w.sf
393. button all 6trle: heels, ,Blucher and now $1.16. AND CHILDREN'S HOSE. ,
i now $1.75 brown fur tops. Cuban heel now: $1.94. 26 cent Boy's; black, heavy ribbed!, rs
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plain lace. various, styles to select
kind, all sizes 8% to 11,
.29. calf and vicf .. .. .. $1.25 styles 19c. !'VIl'
$5 Mens Patent Calf Bluchers liz now $1 $% box kids, now $1.71. from now 309. now 98c: ', -, '. < now
zard skin top, full ,Cuban heel. swln'; $1.50 black, green, brown and purple $1.50 box calf and vici kids now .$3.50 Ladies Shoes;* patents and 25 cent Misses tan ribbed, now 14c. let 1 :
. ;r last; a swagger Shoe, now $3.71. fur: tops,'Cuban and common sense $1.16. plain leathers, all.styles-'heels,light $1.75-kind,'alf styles, _s'zes.!- Sto- ..S.now 23 cent Misses' black heavy ribbed 'ro
heels, turn soles, fleece lined all to go and heavy soles, all styles;now $2.93. ,$1:31.,0' now 17c. gI
Men's .all and kinds' at 99c. $1.25 one lot boys Arco Bluchers! $3 Ladies'' Shoes, patents and:plain, -a $1.5rkiaCa2r( ? ,_sizes:5: to: &, the largest and most complete line
now$4 314. Shoes styles $1.25 purple Julrets, white fur tops, sizes.13 to 5. now 93c. +J, hONE ,' < leathers now $239. :. !, now $1,13: '. in the city, but we must reduce th, w
4 now 69c. lot, assorted in patents ., stock; just determined not to carry ofN
styles
t LOT, SHOES patent leather $2.50 one ,
kind, all 'slzes':5 to 8
\ $1.25 styles
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73c; felt slippers bound' in fur So Odd and
;r $3.50 Men's Shoes, patents calls ,,fleece lined now 4&c. box calf and vici kid. ,sizes 9 to 13, a only, at the remarkable price of now 92c. '. any has over. CHOPPED the THE End Hatch. nihY
et again PRICE.
; kids lace and button all} style heels snap, at 99c. $1.79. 41.00" kind all styles, izes-:5: to.'8, -
r t and toes, Blucher or plain lace, cap or 50c ladies' kid Boudoir, now 31c.INFANT'S i $2.50 Ladies' ::Shoes vici kids lace :, LADIES' HOSE.
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i' "i', plain toes, heavy and light soles. 14 MISSES' SHOES. or button. ttsht or heavy soles, French... now 69 c. '
;t styles to select from, all at the uniform SHOES. Cuban and common sense avels, pat. .'75c kind all styles, sizes, :5 i to 8;now. $1.00) kind fancy effects all colors, ,

, : price of $2 88. $1.50 kind, all styles sizes 1 to ,6, $2.50 :Misses' Shoes in ,patents only, ent leather tips, all to.go.for $1.93. 47c. now 49c. .1\
now $1.11. assorted styles: sizes badly' broken <. $2 Ladles' Shoes, one.lot, patent only 75c kind fancy ,effects, all colors,
i1, $3.50 Men's patent calf Bluchers in now $1.69. .' Cuban he<>l. :dull ,tops.Jace.. to close .MEN'S SLIPPERS now. 39c.
r 6, 6%, 7, 7% sizes only; the Harvard, $1.25 kind, all styles sizes 1 to 6.., out at $1.02. . .-'$%50 dark tan Oze opera now $1.96. 50c kind, fancy effects, all colors,
a well known make now $2.24.: now 89e. $2 Misses Shoes, all styles and kinds U-\'icl Kid, ,)lace ore button: various now 33c.
: $1.00 kind all styles, sizes 1 to 6. now $1.64. heels patent and leather tips all to.. $2 black, brown and, green opera- ., %5' cent black and tan ribbed now lie

$2.50 lIl'n's Shoes, all kinds and now 67c. $1.75 Misses' Shoes, all styles and 1.0'at 169. .. to now $1.67. 15 cent kind assorted colors now 07c. .IiF
;g styles choice now 193. 75c kind all styles sizes 1 to 6, now kinds,now $1.39. $1.50 Shoes, .all styles. and kinds J.75 black and tan. ,Everett. .' now' 25 cent Safety Polish requires no t. ft,
44c. now$1.12.. 139.: paste, now 14c. d.
t 'y $2 Men's Shoes all kinds and styles, 50c.kind, all styles, sizes 1 to 6, now $1.50 Misses' Shoes ail styles and $1.25 Ladles' Saoes. all'! styles and $1.50 black felt Romeo,. fleece. lined, 10 cent- Polish. Whittemores" | Combination w
choice now $1.69. SSc. kinds. now 118. kinds now 98c. now $1.04. Baby 'Elite, now 07c. t
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THIS SALE will continue until all BROKEN LOTS,ARE' SOLD.. Remember, this. Is the wind-up of the season's ,business and ALL WINTER V'CI clu

i o I WEIGHTS MUST GO. Bring this ad. with you. No, goods sold on approval. No money refunded. tco tltc



102 South Palafox :: Furnishers; ttat h.rr.

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EXCURSION MONDAY. : Tited, : ANNUITIES I a
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Services at t e.qhqqh f],' ..Cbjlstian. 10'

t : Rrst Christian church :- 43 E 'THE EQUITABLE LIFE issues anmuties in various formsto Iflb

: PRESBYTERIAN LADIES' AID' EXCURSION 1.:+:-041r 1x1.511'xh: ; : :h:..:. ?+:-..:?..:...:+:+:+:1Q :M:1s:.1s ..., Gregory. street.. .Sunday .school]i toeet the 'circumstances of those ,who wish to purchase, .
: ,. .., __ t!, .- 1": .- 10, a. ,m.t 'H.'J.' i&tkeyr ;.SuptPreaching !ana 1n>all leases pay a much larger income than could be *>e C.h C.b
at 11 a. in. and 7:10 p. m. cured ,by; any other form of inve$tmen1. Will fie glad to explain '
Will Leave Palafox Whirl at yellowing will he the order of services Rev. W..:,Q. Vre?land, pastor. Regular) fay 0; P.- Spiegol. general evangelist; to you their advantages. King Priscus carries incur 11o
i 1 tI at the various churches through. service 11 a. m. 'Major J. M. Berrinian. of Birmingham, Ala. The last of the "snrance in The Equitable.Knowies. d
I rtE out the city. to-day: oft, the Salvation Army will]i revival services: by Rev. Spiegel will 11
1:30: Monday Afternoon Catholic. preach at 8 p. m. Sunday school9:30a : I be held tonight.Universahst... .
St. Michael's Church. First 7 s p
mass m. 'J. N.
Andrews' superintendenlEpworth ; Agts
11
o'clock; children's mass 9 o'clock; League 6:30 p. m. Home'lIlssiona"y" ., I I"L-; Bros.Cen'1 it
on the Sea-Going Tug Monarch. last mass 10:30: o'clock; vespers 4 Society.\\fH: meet. Thursday First Universalist Church-East
o'clock. afternoon Chase street. Sunday School at 10 a. IitJ
at 3:30.
t 1 1 Hot and Cold Luncheon of Chowder, Turkey, Ham Chicken Salad, St. Joseph's Church-'Bervice.; as follows Gadsden ,Street Methodist: Church- m.' ''Y. P'C U. 6:30 p. m. Rev. Ada _. _
l Coffee, etc. .' : Rev. F. A. Rogers pastor. Maj. J 'M.; &, Bowles, of Boston will preach at -- -- -- ---
Lenten Services. Berriman of the Salvation Army,will 11 a. m,' and 7:30 p. nt.lorning 1 oU: ;::s:. :\."."\:\
Will out on the Gulf, close of the Florida, and 7 Low : Instruction subject "'Ib Prophet Ezekiel 'and
i it go give view Monitor Sundays: a. m. Mass'and preach at 11 a. mi Regular service ; .. --. EN A.OOLA. tJr
It :, to the city 5 in time to reach home before t dark. I ; S a. m. Sunday school;. 10a. 7:30 p. m. Sunday school 9:30: a. ra. the Nineteenth Century." Evening:
return m.
t, 1 at p. m. High Mass\ and Instruction;: 7:30p. Epworth League 7pm.Lutheran '- "How We 'Got Our Bible,"illustrated I Iron Works and Supply Co. \ r
,4 Grown Folks, 50 cents; Children, 25 cents round trip. m. Vespers Instruction. Rosary '. with a diagram.; The public cordially
and Benediction of the .Blessed Sacra Church. Jnylted., ,Manufacturers and Repairers of I
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-- -- ment.Wednesdays German Lutheran 'C .urch-Rev. J, MACHINERY AND BOILERS '
IIOOOINOONOON : 7:30'p.. m. Rosary: F. W. '. Salvation Army. MILL AND STEAMSHIP
ON100NNN1 + Reinhardt pastor. Suna'ay FORGINGS, SUPPLIES /
i Reading the Passion and Benediction Meetings nightly at the Army Hall.A .
on School 9 a. No other services
m. owing STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY 5 (
of the Blessed Sacrament. cordial welcome is extended to all.
& i l to absence: of pastor. Prompt attention given to all orders, '.
: E'UndayschOOl, Sunday 2:30 day or sight. Age -
Fridays: 730 p. m: Way of the every p.
MARION Scandinavian
l CURRY !I Cross: and Benediction of the Blessed Services at 10:30 Lutheran a, m. and Church 5 p. m. m.,, Richard Norris. .captain. in charge for Chain James of all.fcK"t.y description&: Co.'s ce.ebrated Log and Timber Dogs alia //.

Sacrament. Rev. Helle, pastor. Office Photo 12J. PHIL; WITYMAN, Mgr. ..
First Church of Christ, Scientist
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Holy Mass on week at 8 o'clock
i days e Jtvsldtnet, Phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123. #; c
: 16 18 20 MANRESA First Church of Christ Scientist-
STREET except Saturdays, when it will be at Baptist.First a
7:30. Service at 11 a. m. Services will be %U ,"N\ti
mm Confessions Baptist Church -Sunday held in the Pensacola Library build- v
in
PENSACOLA FLORIDA. the evenings before
school 9:30 a. m. tfr' on.East( Chase street.
,R Sundays Holy Days'ot Obligation and East End Church 11th tf
Baptist Are.
: WHOLESALE II: First Fridays from 4 p, m. to 9.p.,m. and Chase Street-Rev.,J. W. Senter- Second' Church of Christ, Scientist. Fire Fire Fire! r1,
Baptisms Sundays at 2 p.. m. or by, fit
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School
pastor.
Sunday at 10
appointment. i a. ,The Second Church of Christ -,,' r1c
.. m. Preaching every second and third Scientist-Services every Sunday
I Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m; morning at.11 o'clock Wednesday afternoons .

'fc I Hay, Grain and FeedStuffs j .Mcaniz: Streets.of Church Christ of Bible eor.ChristChurch ,Jackson school,.and" 10 Prayer 7:30 meeting o'clock. every Tuesday nightat open dally 3 from o'clock 10 a. m.Reading to 3 p.room m., The Big Fire Sale 8s 1e

r I West Hill Baptist Church-'Sunday where" Christian Science literature
a. m. 'Preaching at 11-a, m. and 7:30P :
Exclusive Dealers in School 10 a. m. Preaching every first may be had. Room 6 Masonic Tem Begins t
West Korida.
Only Any ,Quantity. ? m. by W. T. Tracy. Prayer meet T
and third ,
Sunday at 11 a m. and 730
I Experienced Grader. Prices Right. Grades)>>erfect. : ing Wednesday evening 745. Son; pie.St.. Mission !.
5 practice Thursday 7:SO p. m.. All P. m. Prayer meeting Sunday 7 p. Cyprian (Col.) : Thursday Morning, at 9 o'clock.
m. .St.. Cyprian Mission colored( ) Old, .
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1 Trial 1 Order Solicited. Write for Prices, t welcome. r
,J Telephone 208. P. 0. Box661. tt Episcopal. Presbyterian.-- Moore Christ'pastor.Chtir! h, Sunday Building-,,school Rev. D.S:30 D.: All Goods .Will' 8e Sold Regardless of Cost. aI af

................................. .............: D.Christ D. Rector.Church-Regular Rev. P.r services H. Whaley&\, Julian First, S.Presbyterian Sibley, pastor, C'burch-ne' Sunday, m.a. m.Holy; Services communion! 11 a. every m. .and third 7:30 Sunday p.,: The ,stock consists_ of Clothing, Shoes Hats, Dry (

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1-I Put in Plenty of Light T. B. rector. Sunday services MORNING.HE HAS ALREADY FROM ORDERS RE.; a
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-- PENSACOLA,. FLORIDA, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25. 1906. PRICE_ 5 CENTS


I W. A. BLOUNT JR'S. ADDRESS 'J '


b-1 :? i\I\ij :( Jt CASTRO HAS CLEARED UP



I AT FLORIDA CnAUTt\UQUA : $300,000 ON ASPHALTtere :


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Oration by Pensacolian forja:' portion of the crew. the

Eloquent barber shop, four big dynamos, a President( of Venezuela Republic
George 'Wash rack for "ditty" boxes in which the

[Upon 1 .blue jackets store their sewing tackle, Mixes, Priyate Business With

ington. and such odds and ends as they desire -
to have ready at hand. Forward
Public
I c4-- '. i .- of this compartment is the SIck! bay, Privilege and Makes

ir un; cf which contains four cots and all appliances It
LARGE CROWD FROM ALL SECTIONS for careing for the sick or injured .Money by ,
1 and, on the starboard side, way oft
OF WEST FLORIDA ATTENDED in one corner, is the brig or dungeon,

SESSIONS AT DE- '4 '5' S'S\\ ,\ in when Jack Tar is stowed away CONTROVERSY OVER MINING ;
& ;whea he becomes unruly.
RIGHTS
STILL REMAINS .
SPRINGS YESTERDAY Life on the Monitor. UNSET*
FUNIAK ------
The life of 'a bluejacket on one of TLED AND
GOVERNMENT
I DIGTATO
AND ENTERTAINMENT PROVIDED J- 1 Uncle Sam's monitors, and the life of -
By Ben H. Thomas. room at meal time andthe forward any part of the vessel. Similar appa- the officers as well for that matter, CONTINUES'TO ROS
WAS GREATLY ENJOYED. portion is given over to Qie; Immense ratus Is also contained in the conning is somewhat strenuous. Reville

The United States Monitor Florida, 12 'inch rifles, the, barbetfe in which tower The five 6 pounder guns aremounted sounds at 5:30 a. m. and Jack turns AMERICAN COMPANY OF11- :$'
which Uncle Sam has kindly deta'led !}- they are contained being mountedso on this deck, and it is here out of his hammock rolls it
'and
to represent the Navy during the that it can be swung in any direction that the launch and cutters attached to stows it Some'of up RIGHTS AND PROPERTY: ThERE
Special to The Journal away. the ham- ,
Royal Revels in honor of Priscus Rex in order :rat;: the rifles may be the vessel are carried when the monitor mocks .
are the berth
DiFunialc Springs. Feb. 24.-This and which is nolying in the bay a brought to befT upon any'object de is under way The Florida carries the swung main on deck
some deck
on
was virtually "Pensacola. Day" at the short distance off the foot of Palafox and some on
sired. seven .boats one of which is
an the superstructure deck. When tbe Special to The Journal.
Florida Chautauqua, and the sessions street, is a fighting! machine pure and Deck. I launch
electric
Superstructure operated storage '
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by hammocks are stowed Jack gets a Washington, Feb. 24. Outside of
wen- anended by a large crowd every simple, every inch of available .-paeon' deck I
for
batteries from
supplied the
of West Florida On the superstructure dynamoson cup of 'Coffee and then "turns to" anda the president and his cabinet, no one
oeeoon being wellrrpreented board being taken up with the ma- ward. Is the conning tower, a circular the vesseL, general cleaning up ,of the vessel in Washington is fully informed asto J
The
entertainment
; 'Pro- chinery necessary to the navigationof chamber of steel from which the commanding Engines and Boilers. follows. Tins work Is (finished by 7 the nature of Judge W. J. Calhoun's

,'la"'J' was greatly-were paid enjoyed to the, and many W. A. BLOUNT, JR. the vessel, quarters for the officers officer navigates the vessel Immediately below the main deck, o'clock when the bluejackets draw report on the controversy between }
complements management and crew, and the weapons of offense when in action. To the rear of this President Castro and the New York
for the excellence of the amldsh'jps, are the engines and boilers "wash water, i. e. fresh water for
program The armament consists of two twelve rises the military mast upon which and the compartments devoted to .bathing purposes. Some salt wateris and Bermudez (Asphalt) Co. It la'*

and strength. The performance of Inch rifles, each of which throw a 'are the el ctn'c stgnals for night, the them are so full} of machinery, annun used for washing clothes and clean known however, that the company Is I
\ are: number of Fensacoliansr public duty necessarily: Interfered I projectile weighing 850 pounds, mount signal yard and haljards for use in ciators, connections and apparatusof ing, but fresh water is supplied for making earnest efforts to secure *o.-
in attendance the mapcrity with the interests of those whose! ed in the barbette forw ard, four 4 inch communicating with other vessels or different kinds that there is hardly personal use, which'is distilled from I arbitration of the whole controversy?

; Or 'fc-'m arriving on the morning train. paths to unearned honor and proSt: I rifles and two Maxim-Nordfeldt rapid with the shore during daylight hours, I room to turn around. The engine salt water on board the monitor: At I before an International tribunal. V

Xf'.trr) all returned to the city totilth are blocked by the barriers whlctf]I fire guns on the superstructure deck and a se rcl1lIght. In the center of the I room is reached by a companionway 7:15 'breakfast call is sounded, and Numerous conflicting reports emanate -

men performIng! their duties raise,,i and five 6 pounder ,rifles mounted on superstructure deck are the' galleys, I just forward of the officers' quart rR, Jack turns to with a will having, by from Washington correspondenta
:\ ature of the day's program cf and Washington, in his sturdy and inflexible I I the upper or bridge deck. where the cooking is done for the officers and the boiler room te located just this time, worked up a healthy appetite -as to the Calhoun report. All that U:j
especial interest to the people of adherence to the right, erect-!! The Florida has four decks namely and crew, and on this deck are I forward of the engines. These compartments definitely known, here, however, 1:1'1
Wps1 Florida was the oration or Mr ed many such barriers. Berth deck, (Ma'n deck, Superstructure also mounted the four 4 inch rifles and are ,not open to visitors, that the report has been handed in .

\ Blount, Jr., of Pensacola, his Two Phases of His deck and Bridge deck. the two Maxim-Nordfeldt guns. for obvious reasons, but the balance "Colora. and that, as a result. Secretary Root.\\
ubJect being "George Washington." Character. The Main Deck. At 8 a. BO- comes "colors- when the has instructed Minister to.
Bridge Deck. of the vessel can inspected aU!
The undue minimizing of his worth The after deck by flag of the Nation is hauled to the top make renewed 'efforts to secure a sat-.A-
Mr. Blount's Address. part of the main The pilot house is on the bridge who so
and the active the staff. On vessels tlement with weltLknown
adverse antagonismwere desire.Berth of. thelarger of Castro. As it is
contains the ;
quarters of the officers; deck and, in addition to the necessary Deck.
Mr B'ount said suceceded the this is that Judge Calhoun ?
by a counter and correspondingly navy ceremony accompanied approached -
the amidship section the Ice machinefor apparatus for steering the vessel I, contains The berth deck! is located Just for- '
\s we turn backward the I the
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pages great idealization! of by 'the band which plays "The subject with entire impartial.
ii!story and come to the 22nd day of him, by which his faults were ignored,i cooling the drinking: water and furnishing :-l automatic annunciators : ward of the boilers and, in addition to Star Spangled.Banner" as ,the colorsare It), the determination of the State Department ;
Fraruary in the lear 1732, we pause and his virtues mag ified, until he- Ice, furnishes quarters: for apart ng with the engine room connect-I: furnishing a mess room for the chef! slowly hoisted. On the ,Florida, to support his findings ought,
3i the
ID reverence and respect, for on that became a demigod rather than a i crew at night and a mess, tus for instantly petty officers, contains sleeping quar-i as there is no band, the ceremony is to have some 'Weight even with "

da was horn George Washington, to hero. If in the first phase he was I accompanied with the bitete.- It is not Venezuela's' oresirientA u.

*hom, above all others in its history partly robbed of his due meed of recognitian. ::-,,- ----- generally known that onboard a war few ,weeks before the Calhoun report .
tbjs!) na,ion is IndebteJ. :As the anniversary : certainly in the second he ,. vessel of the United States the colorsare was submittea. Clvde Brown, '

of his bIrthday! annually re- was even more alien from the practical -- : f [ never allowed to touch the deck. Treasurer of the so-called "Asphalt
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-'irs. no wiser use can be made of motives of* men. 'But another .: When lowered at sundown the flag Is Trust," was sent Venezuela, at the
ae occasion than to present afresho change has corne, involving a wiser -, ,: +/; : 1 t carefully caught and ,folded, and dur- suggestion of ',Venezuela conveyed
th* consideration of young and interpretation of his character.' The ; : : : ;' ; \L'i ing 'both the ceremony of raising and through the American State Depart

'ju his character and its effects on man as he was begins to,appear, ani c a ; {::>' lowering the colors the ship's company ment, to make a final endeavor for a
ou> national life. Grover Cleveland biographers are not afraid: to relats 1 -" 4' ', ; S,- : :\ stands at "attention." settlement.

'ia said, that in a frequent recur- incidents and traits wh'ch are human, ? I -S At 8:15 all the bright work on the Mr. Brown ban Just returned from
mre to fundamental principles lies while with equal intrepidity they cut >' vessel, including the guns, is tackled VenezuelaHe failed to induce Castro -
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bc cafety of the republic, and we may away from him the aspersions unju t- 4'' \ ..1 i': by the crew and polished up, and when to agree to any reasonable basis

affirm with equal sententiousness and ly cast upon him. Thus he is now; ii this work Is completed towels and of compromise: but he ascertained
(rut n that in a frequent recurrence toa known to us as a man with human fI f\ g \: other small articles are stowed away : that about 23,000 tons of asphalt had

consideration of the lives of great desires and hence with human frailties / I \ t j'\:: In the "dltt boxes rf the,crew been extracted from the company's

exemplars: of the repi'bllc, we best made of mortal clay but of clay ; ; 1.'S "Quartere. itlna since tney were seized' by PresIdent -

:may provide! for the maintenance of burned ,m a heavenly fire. so that : .. ,.. ". At 9:15 comes the call for "regular Castro. This asphalt was ship.'
;which ensures the wblr-h the world now knows r '- ; quarters, which is a roster of the
- ,'Ya inlrton i'r'1l ""mm-i-al ..' ;':1;-.;.,- the A. I* Barber Company of New
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perpe:uitj the nation. And so we as -- nf mrtnl crew and inspection ot clothing, etc., '
Hop in the midst of our toll and tur- but. with a ]larger share or. divinity I \ which 'is followed by a "setting up.'" York, bothcontrolled' by Assist U B3Pher
*who has been selling the asphalt
iroi' and ponder over the character1 than has usually fallen to his brethren i1 or physical exercise, drUL Officers ,
In competition with the New York
and influence of the man of the flesh; and now human ujm- as well as men take part in this and and Bermudez Company. which claims

Imerna hap vet produced. The lapse)| pathy attaches Use'f to him with I at, the conclusion of the exercises the ownership of the property. This asphalt .

of years ha<- made this an easy task,)| warmer loyalty and he moves, or at \ \ \ \ whole company runs several times Is sold !by A. H. Career, custodian

for In th? vista we Jose on tne one 1 i least should move, as a living, vital ) \ \ \ k\\\, II around the deck of the vessel, eover- of the mines, for 95 a ton, ana' i*

hand he fevered part'sanshlp whlcn I. force among the statesmen anj coun ." lag, possibly, half a mile before coming marketed by. A. L. Barber for about

clothed him in an ideality, making sellors of tae .republic. 3 ,. --' I to a stop, at "double quick." Tiro $18 a ton. This makes a profit of
him more :han man, and on the other Gladstone's Tribute. "- setting up exercises are followed by approximately $300,000 which has been

1aMhE' ; nmity born cf his strength ....".. '-=- drills, different drills taking place on realized since ,July, 190<>1. by Presi.
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.>' cluracter which incited envy andtraction Gladstone said, "If among the pe} "'"- =:- :. different days of the week. Thereare dent Castro Mr Carner and Mr.. Barber ,
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<: estals supplied by history for em'- --= ::--- '- <....I':' '-<<:. boat drills drills with 'the' ,
stripping him of his hu- ../ -. < guns out f these asphalt mines
namu He has parsed through two nent public' characters. I saw oa -- -:;
-dtes, and is now In a third. Whilen higher than all the rest, and if I were in seamanship rescue drill and drills and when negotiations: which he conducted
< live! hostillt environed him. crit- asked to name its fittest occupant I U. S. MONITOR FLORIDA UNDER WAY. of every possible description. This through Minister Russell were

"nsm assails! him and mlsundersandlnglj would at once name 'Vashin ton." exercise is continued until 11:30 a apparently proceeding to a successful
reviled him 'lie shared-This noble utterance finds instant re-! The illustration shows toe vessel steaming full speed. She has but l) tle freeboard; the main deck being m. and at 11:45 the crew take their end, there was a sudden hitch., The ,
j th* fate of all but about three feet above the surface of the water; consequently the decks are awash when the .vessel is under
public men of purityI (Continued on Page Sixteen) f i way. (Continue on Page Ten) (Continue on Page Ten)

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2 OF THE :: ) OOfllNOWRITTEN BY

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2, I PRISCUS, REX. GILMORE I II ,,

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? can I ooast was a I in aay such as only Florida I I "I suppose jou've received, your Invitation the professor with arch ingenuity. I IThen tha third party enters In" sew shirts on buttons. she enquiredin a little before twelve, the professor "Not really I
r a iaze of mid-winter. The sun was ?" she enquired irrelevantly, Doris Jaughed outright. f I appended the professor sagely. And a monotonous little drawl. had been metamorphosed into an In- "Not really
yellow "
\\"ch is like glory, and the wind "Several. Which do you mean?" "Oh, very well; if it seems to :you he hugged himself in spirit. "Don't try disguise. your accent, dian Chief "Let me see your hand. '
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, The across the open. He nodded, contemplating the toeo "A perfectly enchanting one," she ball, the professor spent in a whirlof She'reached up demurely and placed Pink Domino was in conspicuous evl- ically. They were cOin. and trembled a

ff... Professor was reclining unpro- his boots with unusual interest. interposed merrily. delirious preparation. He even lost her hand-a gloved hand-on his dence When her mask came off, it little. 5-'
" r"adln!/lor like on a glittering sand-bea': "And of course you'll go?"' "Shall we?" He bent toward her almost his professional dignity to such an flowing pink sleeve., was. ae a matter of fact, Doris her "You must be right" he breathed,
Cl''d a boOk while the rest of the "Mask balls are a horrible bore." ardently-for a professor. extent as to purchase a bag of confetti ..'1 know that" she tittered- self.The shaking his head, "there's no ring

groups,'t're promenading, in pairs or "Oh, not always" objected Doris She looked at him with a sort of. and empty the content! of it in The professor squirmed" professor began to wonder dim here.
The Look, Up and down tw beach with some resentment.The helpless indecision, with just a bit of Jibe face of a strange lady; and to "Look here Doris" he broke out in Iy if he had not taken too much "No ring Why he didn't have
and it was a treatise on sociology professor studietf the glistening a smile trembling somewhere in the!! shout lustily upon the arrival of King exasperation: "if you are bent on champagne. But no There had been any-oh!" She caught herself too

s", wail Written b-v another profes0 water reflectively for a moment. The background of it. j 1fl:1.Iscus,5I( : I making ,sport ,of me-" some trick, and a man of bis learningand late, and the professor heaved a pro-
: ..'*T with friend of this one's-and bris- lap, lap of the waves: against the 'Otherwlse," he insisted, "it would I The night of the ball found him: She shook her head swiftly and dignitywas not to be made ridic--digious sigh of relief -:

Was: fallacies, This professor shore 'pleased: him today unaccountably -he. a bore." I I keyed to the highest point. People were I tightened her'grasp on his arm. ulous by two silly schoolgirls! They had gained a secluded corner

thorn, disco\'Cring i in hi5Presentiy them all, and noting There was something here that "Maybe. But would It be exactly! thronging into the ballroom in regiments "Then you will promise to marry When Doris beheld the professor in behind a bank of ferns and now stood

indefatigable brain. his quick blood answered to; a pagan fair?" I making a gorgeous rainbow of, rae?" urged the professor. In some all} the magnificence of his war-paint, facing each other with tumult in their,

a hr a girl slim and easy In joy, a forgetfulness. ,: He drank the I "All Is fair 'in love and war-and color everywhere. Subtle waltz. trepra'ationr. she uttered a little cry of indignationand hearts. 5'
. t..rf' nn Yachting suit, appeared be- sweet wind in a long breath and Carnval time" ; music was in the aIr. mingling with,. Again'she noaded, and a little half.eigh turnea' her back upon. his ad- "And what have you to say for your

,I1n hm.: She had no flat on and her laughed. This, as his eyes rested on "I'm not so sure." the exquisite laughter of women issued from behind the silk van s. part of the preformance?" she question -
;zr oumed bronze hair was full of the fresh, pink profile besida him. I The professor lifted his head witha the deeper intonation of the anii"l. mask. But followed her with professorlike in a cold voice.

*;' tot"8 over a face tanncia' like an "If one were to wear a special sort gesture of crestfallen annojance under The professor his flaring with pink a leaping disguise, "There's a nICe quiet spot out in. doggednesg.and under cover of The professor wag silent a moment.
Doris had risen and wasstaring the rose garden.he aggressed boldly crowd slezed her hand and heldIt. the blood throb and scorch la
Tb, o! domino, now, he mused, tentative- I meanered conspicuously in and out the feeling
professor glancetf! up with a down. at him with an inscrutable ex- "shall we. -,? his cheeks as he cudgelled his ingenuity .
Tan But no Doris
of surprise and the book slip- 1'Doris flushed bumming the latest pressIOn.. among the guests. as The Pink Domino assented with "Come into the conservatory," he .
\tt! yet. His ire was beginning to ascend
". tram his fingers to the sand. He two-step with much unconcern. "Of course if you don't want to." when all at h caught sight of alacrity, and they rose ana1 moved whispered. almost as a command "You icitove me to It," he said final
sharply aware that her eyes were could announce he. with pronounced indifference once of down th&,long length of the veranda. Away from the crowd he faced her ly, "I knew from the beginning that F
I: particula'r'sort of that her leaning against one the win-
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I .. u. as the ocean in the distance; he "there will be, I presume, But suddenly the 'Professor stopped sternly. those two dominoes were-your
: by-somt'one" pro- cow.seats In a far corner He waieda
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II IIt ''something more. She was look- <; recognized many other dominos-pink ones". His and short frozfea solid with wrath and terror "Were you the girl?" he demandedin work"
emphasis."For moment to catch her
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. ; him with an unwonted scrutiny brows went up. then down-and hU she motioned ever' so slightly. Coming directly toward them a sepulchral tone. "You did?" I'
T 'instance?
. came_" she said, "I came-" and face resumed its scholarly lines ones The professor clutching his skirts In was another pink domino and on Its "Why not!" "Most certainly"

p. t--L.:.-ed. Her_ gaze shifted suddenly "Now'lv"nq black-no!" .. more. one clumsy hand, thread this way breast a silver star. He turned to demand "There ware two of them," he charged "Then tell me to whom I shall have ,

p 0'- -, ala race tQ the limitless expands "I was-bot-to;; remark when yon I Doris adjusted a refractory wisp of determinedly through the congested an explanation from the girl at hoarsely : '.. tc go for pin-money the rest of my

p cor'f: ouded 'sky rolling away to thee interrupted m.e," he protested and,I hair, and there wag a transitory glintof masses to where the pink domino tis side But space had swallowed "Ah!" life 1"The
her Then lie lookeu' around in "If he went on vengefully professor hesitated: an instant;
mischief in tier eyes as she turnedto awaited him. He offered his arm up. you were, '
4p professor halted again. search of the other one. and she too l "you've engaged yourself to a-a- then be took her in his arms. Doris
tt made as if to rise, but "Good gracious! Why don't you- : go without- word and together they disappeared I ,
4 8flfrvr| motioned him back, and her- "When interrupted me; that:! "'Vell-" she reconsidered, looking through an opening, to the had vanished Into. ,the air. an unmitigated rascal! struggled a moment: afterwards. she
p Bopped you or back. .wide The music was resting, and with benumbed 4'Xo'w"Quite! lifted to him a smile that for all of
p down on the sand beside account veranda beyond. '
do on
bn: black" would never. S The professor" followed her with "Do you ,know why I brought you .: loot-stE'p's, the professor groped so. In trying to trick me, its witchery was vivid and tender and

'p the Moon are selfish creatures" began Its-"Exactly. Let us say pink, ttten. I I anxious eyes. out here?" he' asked, trying to forcea his way to the punch-bowl faith In several and jou have" trapped yourself most wos-'I a valiant confession of unsuspected
shattered1 things.
*houtPerceptibile preface. I assented. and th rugittve Til let you know later"she called ponsive, glance through tbe two drowned bis fully. -
'n The professor Then he went Into I : to have been
successive glasses. "HoW' do know that engaged "But I thought' It was
r him you
eause I was reading color in his cheeks became fix- I to as annother man joined her. diminutive holes In her long black "
: th ball-room and danced franticallv ?" snapped. a secret between us? the professor
On with the |: And the professor in default of mask. myself she
dance I III
general' principals" sbe return- ed. "And one were to for 'one I
sight somewhat
td. : i other occupation! his dH- but her with everything in "I overheard asked presently aggrieved
bIn..lng. times, h! ventured picked up She shook her head kept
at
p 'Seshness the waves. II pink domino many. 1 carded volume, anoT under his breath voice, to herself. hour. Bill his brain was all the while, "You eavesdropped' ," she .burled despite his new happiness.
p is the first law 'ot na dubiously. evolutions, so certain prerogative '011'knoW'
let half-smile. swore roundly. The professor pondered a'moment. performing mammoth back contemptuously. "There is a )
p They I Doris 'permitted!! a little went S S but, unlike of his kind he :had that fifteen minutes ,before the time -So it was you then. that belongs to women," she an
:. shi. pursued are. all profound egotists;' : "And sit I in'cornerr Tie onj!I Two days before the Telford's mask t.usInUke'turn. most' of mind. and so.a for unmasking It had accomplished a i "For the sake of my future peacelet -swered In muffled accents, from tblt'

b 'Oh' more boldly. itseIr'obSE'r't'd ball the professor had a note plunged, boldly Into the subject worthy stratagem.! I us hope not." ". > sayly-decLed: region of the war-chiefs '-

4p 4p \DiJ. "Pink Is frightfully common tiny sandcrystals "For th;! girl a silver star; for the 4It'wa3to tell joithat I loved yoU"ho The professor lost no time in hunt 1 "You've gone and tied_yourself :up heart 1_
want :
p The professor the same thing. Doris meditative, sifting l1n ers. ,: man., a blu cross" she wrote, "aIlrEmembel" said, "and to. ask "jou to become: lug up his frf nd and laying' the for good. he commented.. Ignoringher "So be it, then, he accepted discreetly
through
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smiled inw don't exercise it'
ardly.'Wust2tat "but please
t him. It was Instantly remark altogether. : ,
C\\ "when be wT.e""Shall before ,
p girl anaa a secret ceases ,to ror proposition '
many offers have had since "With a silver star for the i after the eeremoay.II -
you Carruthers and It not L' again-until .
was
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3 VilNG FIGURES: IN THE ANNUAL .
r places at the tables while the "mess The cozy corner is nOw a familiar sfgbt In
,:r No"other bodily suffering is equal to that produced by the pain of RheuElitism. wok," one of whom is detailed to STATEMENT OF THE METROPOLITAN Generally some corner Is set.aside '
: When the poisons and acids,which cause this disease, become in every 25 men. draws the rations from 1
trenched in the blood there is hardly any part of the body that is not af the ship's cook and brings the foodto LIFE.

;! fected. The muscles become sore and drawn, the nerves twitch and sting, the table. At 12 nx dinner is For Odds and Ends in i ii
the.joints inflame and swell the bones ache, every movement is one of served, after which, for a few minutes i Pretty '
agotty, and the entire body is racked with pain. Rheumatism is brought on the crew nothing In particular 4- The yearly compilation of statistics '

by indigestion, stomach troubles, torpid Liver weak Kidneys and a general to do.' -, hed by the,Metropolitan LUa In. I Furniture and Furnishings I IIt
t inactive state of the system. The refuse matter instead of passing off Evening Drill Period. Company Is never dry read-i : 1
t through nature's avenues is left to sour and form uric acid and other acrid At 1 o'clock the bugle sounds again A summary of that Companrs :
It' poisons which are absorbed into the blood Rheumatism does not affect I and the: crew "torn to" and sweeps $ for the year 1 05. Just Issued la not necessarily expensive to arrange a
down the decks and after that is done astounding figures In the :
all alike. In some cases it takes a.- i 'Will be comfortable and Inexpensive; :
cozy
; About fifteen I had the evening drill period lasting by account-
form it in years ago a severe comes manner approved
wandering
; may be the where lounge and feel at ease with
attack of Rheumatism and could not you can
of for-
1:30 2:30 which
from to m. during the custom
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arms or legs one day and in the work with any satisfaction. My legs I and yourself. h \
were badly swollen and drawn so I low any designated drill may take years, supplements them with a
houlders feet, hands, back or other could I : We have Just the things to fit up such a <
walk. I tried The benefit
scarcely many remedies place. balance of the afternoon and lucid analysis for the
: parts of the body the next. Others but could ret no rsliet. I was finally I after the drill period is devoted to O6r delicious not accountants. hope you will talk the matter ov.er with I
people who are
recommended to 8. S. S.and it i -
suffer try Priscus'a home furnished. from our store.
more seriously, and are never soon cured me sound and well. I am work about the vessel of various kindsin Few persons are sufficiently tami.
L r free from. pain. The uric acid and now 74 years old and have never bad fact anything that may need to preparation ; with great financial operations to
return of the I '
other irritating bs tances find lodge any trouble. be done. Wednesday afternoon Is Better than immediately tire full {signifi 'l
JOSEPH ,
PSOKE HAWLEY
rJ meat in the muscles and joints and Box 104. Aurora, IlL generally devoted to clothing, mak- cod of a balance sheet in which to- MARSTON & I Ii
as these deposits increase the muscles lug repairs, cleaning, etc. liver oil and and grand totals are expressed
ii become stiff and the ,joints Sometime ago I bad Rheumatism and Evening Quarters. to restore health hundreds of millions but the pur :
,-: It locked and immovable. It matters had and to between quit work.my shoulders The pains in was my so back intense I :At o'clock comes evening quarters, of a Life Insurance statement 10M10- S. Palafox St. Phone 148. :
not in what form the disease be I or sleep. I tried or muster with some more physical Old people inform and enlighten i
: may everythlnr guoOrn -aid me any rood I exercise, followed at 6 : doubtless to and ...e e,.'....e....... .ee.................... !
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cause is always the same-a sour, till I heard of and took S. S. S. This I supper p weak run-down multitude of policy-holders
t I 6* acid condition of the blood. This medicine cured me sound and well. Itpurified !m.. and at 9 o'dock''tbe, bluejackets purpose the Metropolitan man
vital stream has lost its purity and a new man.my blood and made me feel like I get out their hammocks swing them and after ment accomplishes with signal suc ::

; freshness, and instead of nourish CONRAD LOHR, I to hooks in their respective places, coughs, Following closely upon :a per
ing and the different Anderson,Ind. 122 E. 19th St. I and seek the arms of Morpheus. of agitation/ in the life Insurance
feeding
p parts In addition to this round throat and lung CONSOLIDATED GRO :
} with health-giving properties it fills them with the acids and salts of this I of dut'es several watches exacting main- such a statement is timely and I
are '
painful and far-reaching disease. The cold and dampness of Winter always I ained throughout the entire 24 hours, Try it on. our After placing interestng.before us a compre II
1 intensify the pains of Rheumatism, .and the sufferer to get relief from the i!being changed every four hours and] statement of the Company's MAIN OFFICE. BRANCHES.Savannah.
agony, rubs the affected parts with liniments. oils, lotions, etc., or uses 'sometimes, in the middle of the night condition, and presenting a {II
; .,1 1 plasters and other home remedies. These are desirable because they give "general quarters" is sounded, and W. H. WHITE of comparative items the Met 1acbOWFlod4&; ;: Tampa J'g
temporary ease and comfort but have no effect on the real trouble which is in the men hustle to get in the positions! reminds us again that the
j the blood
: for Rheumatism, It goes into the Cleaned up the Texas. to more than eight and a
:'. blood and attacks the disease at its bead The men of the Florida have a fine Carnival million) equals the combined pop. PAID, CAPITAL $
.5 S and by neutralizing and driving out the piano and pianola which they par- of our eight largest cities. In JII.
S acids and building up the thin, sour chased at the expense of their fellowson words, If the Company's policies The Consolidated Grocery Company is auouMSor to the trl-II.i"
iI1 .ft blood it cures the disease permanently.While the battleship Texas. Some time WILL BE FOR m force, were all p'aced In New i Company of Jacksonville; the Florida Grocery Comnany of IIP
I) (I cleansing the blood S.S. S. tones ago when both of the vessels were atluantanamo Fancy Dress for Chicago, Philadelphia; Boston., i the rrocery, branch of the Floridaaval, Storea and '
brancXaf the Mutual
Naval
the men had -Jacksonville; the grocery
no placeto In Velvet, LOuIs Cleveland/Cincinnati and
:' PURELY V E G ETABLE.the stomach, digestion and every spend their money: and so arrangeda also : man, woman and i Jacksonville; the grocery branch of the Gulf Naval Stores
pa'rt of the system, soothes the boat with every J'ampa; ue branch of the On Naval Store Company
grocery
race the crew of the Texas. : P
: r excited nerves, reduces the inflammation, dissolves the deposits in the joints, The crew of the Florida pulled over Comical False Masks ,' in these communities. would pos, I the.grOCeTy branch of the West Coast Naval Stows ,Company ::
relieves_ pain and completely cures this distressing disease. S. S. S. is.a the four mile course early every morn- Moustaches one the grocery branch oJ the Southern Naval Storea Company, of ;
F certain cure for Rheumatism ia any form ; Muscular Inflammatory Articu. Ing and after dark each night for at Men now living' remember when the Will handle everything Heavy 'and Light Groceries,
- lar Sciatic. Special book on the disease and any medical l advice, without something over a month and United States' wuld hardly and Imported Groceries, Turpentine Tools, etc. State Agent

,. e : charge, to all who write. TIlE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA, CA. when the time for the race arrived Mrs. Hordstrom's .>l supplied' persons.so vast Even a:.number at this of day in- Hickory Turpentine Wagons- .

__ ____ __ __ YiPro- "fit-_ -no_. -a..flrtd1p"-----. -Ahnut-- .tQ..vv l\iI v No. 11 E. are twenty-four states and terri C. M. CDVINGTONBSTOver :
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lated that when the race was over'
not equal the number of people

the the money flagship was of a mighty the coast scarce defense article squad-on I CASTRO "ASCLEARED .Insurance In this -one great :

LEWIS HOUSE riii ron. We are informed that nineteen
Pretty Well Fed. i
persons were in the Com
Uncle Sam provides pretty well for '
service at the end of 1905. If
the comfort of the inner the
man food adult
breadwInner
New Re-Painted Re-Papered and Thoroughly Renovated served on the Floridabeing of first $ in represents five
the total population,
L : Especially Convenient for Transient Trade. mil quality,of fare and is ample varied in, being quantity.changed The must conclude that nearly a hun -

OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT PENSACOLA FLORIDA. from day to day. This Ia< the menu (Continued from thousand from this persons institution draw-not subsis In In-

------------------r--------- for.Breakfast Sunday:February Baked 25 Beans: (Bread Venezuelan )government I rance for benefits service, to but the in Company.direct pay-

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Dinner: Recast loin of pork, mashed taneously It was found: This army of nineteen thousand em-

potatoes,.stewed fruit, bread and ner had suddenly mad evidently includes no drones. $1$1Frank
NEW METHOD LAUNDRY butter, coffee. sent: another I Ito the year just closed it ,.han
a daily ofone
average and a hall
!Supper: Sliced bologna, sliced t<, the United States.
dollars in business
new alone.
cheese, stewed fruit, bread tests were made
and
i* .v c. IV. lAIVRf/VCr./ Proprietor. No 8 West Romana St. Phone 188.JHMHM butter e Company issued on the average
coffee. -on the ground that .
ui; tk _. Liberty government had seven thousand new policies 4)
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M" business
When the vessel is in port libertypart1es Uons. and that.while day during the same
. '3HWe! ** -He#* FI&A months.A .
are allowed ashore every day Ing It had no right to

M :t 1 DIAMONDS WATCHES, JSWELRY, | at 4 p. m., one quarter of thd ship's the The company's ;property. single the'item real which meaning illustrates and pur-
company being allowed off duty each protests were of
: ft | CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES BRONZSE | day. On Sundays half of the, ship's 'ever- and Mr. Garner J that of all this tremendous business
relating to insurance
c ? jj: ; company is allowed ashore. These asphalt. Thig brought I Ito claims
STERLING SILVERWARE, the year. These amounted to
return to, the vessel an end. The full
at 7 o'clock on I than
... : 4 1' ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS, the following morning.A on this subject has some one 115,000.000.received from This the means Met I 4'1

CUT GLASSWARE. full company of bluejackets will mitted to thQ State ) Life in benefits ona hundred
k >s i take part in the parade in honor of I: I Many ,etxplanations: six dollars every minute of every 2,000,000, Sold in West Florida *

the arrival of King Priscus tomorrow -: Castro's strange : day of eight hours through- |
, the year. Pensacola
Eeilly Agent
I will viting these n goUa.tio ,
and
*' Engraving and Fine Stationery. meet that Royal parsonage Again, the uncertainty of life and
2's'' ; upon his arrival: at Palafox wharf suddenly terminating : and the' universal need of life ___ |
-- at noon. .- planation, is 'that ne are most impressively em !
; t1 S In the
i:4: The Florida will be open to visitor the Asphalt Trust in statement that 15,14$
e', Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention. today from 1 to 5 p. m. On Monday a greater share of In force paid within less than the twelve year 1905 months had fiiFi<

i and Tuesday: the visiting hours will! from Mr. Barber and t I.If' that 4.326 of these policies wer
toe from 10 a. m.to5p.in.I) cans who are enjoying ] in less than three months from Out of Date Plumbing Is Unhealthy
I E. O. Zadek Jewelry Co. the Castro time they were Issued. :

Removing- Stamps. ed the Barber The_ _Metropolitan Life began the ,, Plumbing fixtures and systems as made and
: | MOBILE, ALA r 1906 with assets of --
more than I v.
=- A: correspondent of American Cultivator the Venezuela I installed some years ago were very efficient
;,if i5HgS *#3H *#H B* H hundred and fifty million dollars
; states that he removed a troublesome "check" to the "'
time but have been made
an increase of more than at that so many improvements re
tree stomp from near his houseIn .
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the dollars over the' in sanitation that an old plumbing system is not only ,
following
manner With inch
; an Are You Restless twelve months. This eviI I l
Malaria auger he bored a hole in the center or And harrassed by a I nce of ample and Increasing but is a menace to the health of the occupants of the '
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You Have
; the stump ten inches deep and put into Ballard's Horehound Is a most satisfactory thing which it is, still in use.
It about one-halt pound of oil of vitriol cure you sound sleep policy-holders to contemplate,and
it 3 dc I and corked the bole up tight. In six prompt and raalcal' Is a further cause for satisfaction Is Your Plumbing Out of Date? I
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th )largest
months the whole stump and roots, extending year's business In I
through all their ramifications, Company's history was transacted -- I II
a lower ratio of than If so, the
were so rotted that they were easily 5,500 expense has
.i = __ eradicated. been reached In previous years.I of your
f The Company directs particular at I

* II c WILL CURE yOU'OunES Keep Fertility IB the Land. PORTLAND to the fact that it does not" constantly risking
Good farming today is Intensive Tontine or "deferred dividend" health.
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nor form
farming Raise all it Is possible to any of contract plumbing

; 1! LIVER TROUBLES raise, but put back into the soil every We have just tails to specify in exact terms germ-bearing s I
'c year aa much fertility as the crop takes direct from Antwerp, the insured is to pay In prem- -
F 1 BEST FOR out, or more. New land will stand a 6trathern. of 5,500 II I 'and what he is to receive in ben: 1' gases which

; lot of abuse, but It will go back on you Cement. Send in your t \ ., That the simplicity of its con- atmosphere and

; CONSTIPATIONGUARANTEED in time. You 'can depend, on that. if you want any of It. Is a popular feature I help but be
Farm every year so that you leave W. B. ;
; t1 your land in better shape at' the close Phone 328. % not above ba questioned noted. in the light of the occupants.

PRICE 50 CENTS than at the beginning' of the y ar.- i gas is dangerous.
-. Many items in the I
Kimball's Dairy Farmer Company's sum :
ALL DRUGGISTS.BLOOD **####**#### have not been touched npon for: I b strongest

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Improving the Woo Lot. PIANOS AND space, but the document It- I ,,
If a little care .and forethought are CASH 'OR EASY will" be widely circulated, and I its ill effects.

taken when cutting the.year's supply All Piano Work '. time can 'hardly be utilized to Let us examine the condition of your plumbing in
of fuel to thin out in the thicker places, CLUTTER *
saving the young and thrifty trees let 12 EAST purpose than in the careful and I correct defective piping and install the best and most

w ting In the sunshine occasionally to PHONE ; ctle- reading of Its entire con- tures made, 'namely *.S 3toadeMf* Baths and One-piece

start a vigorous growth and perhaps a- from beginning to end. *$ 4eBKf Wareis, guaranteed If this is done :
trimming the trunks' to get smoother ##***## ## your
POISON growth for timber will be'surprising ,Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar. be healthy and". more comfortable. Ask for booklet :

to see how much the stump value Is in Foley &: Co.. Chicago, originated ,Home "P1um inc." I
creased.-AmerieanCulUvator. and Tar at a Throat and Lung
and on account of the great

,. Cows at-Cah'lac.T.... KING and and Tar popularity many immitations of Foley's are Hon of- WICKE A CO.

Never feed a cow heavily Just before similar ,
Itchinq S abby Skin Bone Pains. for sounding.names. Be !iii
t Swellinos
dropping a calf. Heavy feeding then $ of them. The genuine Foley's _
IEI ,A a' 'If yon have aches heals all fleabs.Scales- EruptIons Watery u S especially if it is heating food, may and Tar Is In a yellow pack- ,_ rui-T ._
$ 4I V and pains In bones., Blisters, by giving pure healthy blood &e' I cause inflammation, or garget, in the Ask for it and refuse any sub .
fl.bekandiolnti. affected
u paru. udder. cow It Is the best
tAF a Itching, Scabby Though a. should not be remedy for
_-j .4 1 ][1n. Blood feels fed heavily Just before calling, she and colds. W. A.. D'Alemberta. =: -
J4 al4 I : ibot.SwollenOlands Rising and Bump, CANCERBnppnrattoij should be well led.I' .-- WILL ; lst and apothecary. I -
; I I- on the Skin,Mucus ,
1 I be boro pictures' Patches In Mouth, Swellings Eating Sores;Tnmor COLLAR FUND ENTERTAINMENTFROM B., L. HALL & CO.
abow.batBotmlcBlood Sore Throat. kim'I ,ugly Ulcers. 'Kn.B.heals the sores Lousy Beaeoe>>a. j
-, I blood Balm will pore diw&aktaxtbe and rich. )los.Cor.Colored or persistent worst cancer Pimple.perfectly.Swellings If you, Btinginr have a I' When the brooding hen refuses to 'LAUNDERED 3 TO 8 SATURDAY P. M. WILL SELL .FOR SIXTY DAYS 1
i U- Ulcers on any part of Fame take Blood Balm and they will dis I, voluntarily return to her coop at night,
-l body, Hair or Eyebrows tailing out,take appear before they develop Into Cancer.,' but squats outside, you can be pretty Saturday afternoon from 3 to 8 FOUR FULL QUARTS

t t t" Botanlo Blood Balm! Guaranteedto ant Botanlo and safe Blood to take.Balm Thoroughly(U.fl.B.) is tested pleas: sure that the coop Is either fearfully The Star the home there of will Mrs.be an R. entertainment M. Avery, 41 ...OF...
enre the worst and most deep seated for SO years. Composed of Pure Botanlo lousy, filthy or' close or perhaps all
C I cases. heals all sores,stops all aches and Ingredients. Strengthens Weak atom : three. Investigate. Chase street for the benefit of THE CROWN OF BALTIMORE PURE RYE
pains> ,reduces all swelling makes blood ache, cures Dyspepsia. Price 81 per St Katharine's church organ
pure and rich, changing the_body into_a large bottle. Take a* directed. If not The admission will be
15 FOR
Jiealthy condition. cured when right quantity i* taken, cents, $3.50.Other .
money reA&nd.8.8aniple Sent Free by t' F-.llac the Pic.CJea 'a suitable program will be ren
Scrofula
Old Rheumatism. Catarrh, Eczema ;
an caused by Poison in the Blood. BJ3.B 1 scribe writing ybur Blood trouble Balm,and Co.,special Atlanta free,Oa.znedl.De I out the ho troughs everyday 17 & 1lItrden St. d and refreshments, served The brands at rock-bottom prices. You
stop Hawking and Spitting lUsMngand .cal advice to suit'yourWM, lM Mat if necessary. Troughs. half full of litter PsnsaCQl. will come In fancy dress as goods the same' day order is received. Give
Scratching; cures lUieamaUsm,Cautrrh;j alo<1l -J -- h do not make very desirable places a special Mardl: Gras feature

for the pigs to eat onf of. 23feb2U order. '_' B. L HALL & "CO.,


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i t. ever shipped, to us. The_ shipment is ti; .. -.


i so n du to arrive and fl ors 'must be l lk Lovers of a .Good, .Sr ok. are+Invited:1t Don't put down a wooden walkwhch'

l clp.ared 'at otlchence these GREAT t:! : Calr andHave.One:
J will have to come up. in
\ REDUCTIONS. i : n.Th; t Fir .

\:) i J1 a year or two. i

1Ml All Pensacola and' a11 'the- 'visitors \

rRockers, .'.60 ta $'5.00 :who are are in the iniited city f to r hae lard1.: a Gras smokl'lat ton'.orrow ,


fi: Side Boards, .12.00 to' 65.00 E I th the well expense known of wholesale A. GreenllUt firm.&. Co.. Under Our System

1 Oak Suites Beglning to-morrow morning ana
18.00 to 150.00 Ii
.4....t .Il....... during the )fardi, Gras .celebration You' can put down a stone walk

.'.....- .f..t.... this firm propos to gh'e away over ,
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i 1VI..AL.TT.R.ESS.ES' is! and all who will call at their ofiictS. I Lasting' .the hills and a joy I

''"'2 t..... lOt East Government street, will. rc
ive a cordial greeting and a fim forever. I

Ej Nice Combinati Mattresses, Only t 1 smoke free. 'The following lett i "

!:. $3.50 Cash. l:1 shows something about'the 'POpularit7o
or --.4.00. on Time .
r':. ;,.t the Certified Check Cigar in 'Pe
..II *- sacola:
!:! These are Well Made Mattresses. and are Rolled Edged, and Tufted, with ;:-t; A Fift-r: = ve Thouund Order.G Costing Less than Wood i

!:; Five Rows of Tacks. ,;i orge A. Kent. Compan1. '(
!. J. c::: Cigar Manufacturer3.Wholsale
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..t 60 cent.s down and 25 cents a week. ;. :. ( !...t Only.Estab1ishe'. 18611 When you take int'o consdera ?
= .
!: Only a few mor Rockers left at $1.60. ?i Binghamton. N. Y.. Fe: 13,1904. I I'A service.
1 ; ,' Greenhut & Co. Pensacola. Fla tion a few years
j".1 i Ge 1tle-mEon-We thank .ou heartily'' .
{: : for )'our order sent us by'.1lr, .
r., t'....' ''ton tor 55,000 .Certlfied Che k Cigars, Don't put it off, call us up. ;snd. !!'
s.1I to b shipped at onc which wel
A Ii I !:S I, ,,,ill endeavor to get out ''this week. I we will take pleasure in giving f:
t t \Ve congratulate yOU on the ucceS3
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.1 'brand, and It
this
,;):ou are havIng with !
S.i.
I\\ Jr"'i.gives Ug pleasure to know that your you estimates.
g /h = ,customers appreciate a good elgar,
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We fee-I sure that your ability and fWe
I., .J&R i;! push, ,combined wltb the, merJof ..thecgars
"i"r "'- "...,.... ... .._ I will s on bring th 'Sale to aI Guarante Our Work.We
: .. million a year, and we hope more. .
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With best wishes we remain
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b The' .J. N.public Bogert.is invited Y. President.to caU onMessrs. are Sole Agents for the "ydrated Lime; Lehigh

: k Greenhut '& Co., and try
fire de"veJops
wE'eks. The average building

NEW YORK CITY'S can be about s n 1.500 that degrees th re b of considerable heat. soit one or the famous Certified. Checks.ItchRingworm. Portland Cement; and Northrop Steel CeUings. Do

margin of salet)' here. Over .
windows and cornices. where the atchitectural E. T. Lucas.Vingo. Ky.. writes, in this line?
$5,000,000 CUSTOM effort reQui.red It C3 peci ally April 25, 1902. : 'For 10 to 12 )'ears I I you n ed anything _
d sign terra cotta bl ks are llad been affli ted with a malady'
paced: All the par1\tiong.\ Inne:' kIown as' the 'itch.' The itching was'
1I0USE NEt\Rl Y DONE wan linings, and the mansarn' roof are most unbe rable; I had tried for )'..earsto
constructed of hon w tile blocks' and 'find relief. '!laving' tri d' all 'relitdiei :- WE ALSO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO THE
eH"ry ioC'h (,. the :steel frame wo'rk is I ouJd llear'or.. b 3ides a nUInber .
completely IncasM in porous t rracotta. of doct rs. I wisb t state that MIRACLE HOLLQW BRItK; IT Sf'EAKS FOR
T partitions are of the same on single' application r Ballird's
ivlost C sty To!! HOllse i1J .the World aJJd material.. Snow Uniment cured m compl tely ITSELF.Pensacola.
From the'subceUar.. 30 feet below and perman ntly. Since tthen I bave

the P/J/est Carved Gral1iie BlIid ttie street. to the top ftoor run two used the for liniment ring worm on twoseparate'and it cur'occasioDs' dcoTpletely. -
1ireoproof staircas s. construct d on
the Gustavino arch tI"Stem of marblesupported.by 25c. .5Oc, and '1.00. Sola'b
'. Ever ,Ereeletl. ,. .
.iJJg heavY slabs of tile.In all dru'ggists.

court, with its the building the colona'des there are runnin U Corinthian ar und PACK GES' .WILL NOT MONDAY LAST Cement Stone Co.C.
Spet !.t to The'Journal. building is a coverd LONG AT' McMILLAN'S
Fox Island granite. fifty .
columns of
Xrwork, Ft'b. 4.-Uncle Sam'sS'.ooO.OfJO highly ornamented Gome surrounded MORNING JUDG.ING FROM OR.DERS
f'et In diameter .
'feet high and over five
t.ustom: House. overlooking by colonnades rising to the height of H HAS ALREADY RE.CEIVED.
designed
Special machiny bad to be -
:\" \\' York Harbor will boon be com.j''lt'd. four tories.lnsid .
buge"masses
': In this granite palace of the the bulldlng two rows orjleavy to quarry these
hues',
:aUan r'naissance. Javishly steel rolumns run around tb.) oi stone. }larbJes of various CR W NOTJ E. ELMORE President.
usdIn GUNTER
and bronze ar
l ,It Cmb'Ulshed by sculptor. artist entire structure. thirty fe t back'from iron ri11 work. staircases and cor.ri' N'either. the captain owner ,
,nd architt'ct, national 10lls of wmemg the outer walls. One end of the girders different rooms. or conslgn"e5 of the
nb $200,000,000 a y>e3r will belectf'd carr 'ing the floors rests upon ors. 6 Dritish Bark Strathern wl11 399. Factory Cor. Wright and 9th Ave.
on Am rican commerce, "The'U columns and the oth r end Is II IIthese Seulptured groups of beroic proportions -. '00 responsible for debts Tel phone
: I carved granite building in ..theorld. embedded in the masonry wall. In are placed at the several en.trances. contracted by the crew of
." was the verdict of an eminent this o'ay of "fireproof" buildings II On thE' Battery side 'Stand said vessel
f''neh arehitE'Ct after he had critical- whleb oare not fireproof at all, the ar.chitE'Cts ;""America" and "Europ ;" '"Asia" and A. W. FLEIING.Iaster.. ____ __________ --------- .. -- --- ----- --I
I mSPf'Ctl'd the imposing facade!;, ga\'e s-peclal attention to th61onn I "Africa" guard th State and White- } .
GT.o.tehmg n rly two hundred feet ( of ronstruction. Itwag felt thatl:ball entrances_ Thece groups Frencb are, and thf'I W. R. TAYLOR & COo. HOW THEY LOST THEIR HAIR
I1lOn Howling Green and running :80f.I' a ,bundin of such importJ\nce I work of Daniel Chester Consignees,
in '('pth.Thl' be absruutely unburnab13. Ths re3ultor I represent an outlay by the govern.
Tbe Tbreoe Dr1lmm.r. W re Good, b1lt AGONS1
I'xtlrlor 'walls are built of mas., this s ('cial study was a d cision toI ment of $54,000 for the sculptor.s s"r.vic -- -- .. .
Tbelr P
W
'Va.
welve figures carved 1\0. r.By BUGGIES AND
"e granlt. block'S .backE'd by se'eralfflfO'l fireproof the entire buildin with bol- a alone A' GENTr.tMAN'S TASTE IS BE T
the
I I rest upon the chances of their employment
of bru'k work and two inches ofllrppronf low tile blOC'ks which in their manuI from }Iaine granite SUITED WITH A
t '1Ta. cotta makin a wall facture had b"E"n su.bjected to a temperature cornice of the sixth story. These re tour drummers. nil old time 'friends.
tIne 1lt thick, In'the center of the I of 3,000 degro s tor s resent the great maritime nations of. met at the dInner table of tbe Dockeryhotel.
the past, and are the work of St.Gaudens CERTIFIED CHECK KlrksvUll". [ the other evening. -
In o" .TO BE.
.. ..
__. __u __ --1 1loustaches Elw-ll and other famous BaIl tbe Kansas Clty Star. After I
Tho mammoth rroup; ov r
!'culptors. t'pif 1ng the na.tion 50 CIGAR. ('Orillal bandshaking they sat.down and
main entrance
: the _'Is by Carl Ditt r.I' All the qualities of fta ror.aroma. began discussing the markings of the I AT COST .
AU of tbem were becoming dIstinctly SOLD
Wigs Masks 4 Iu'som W3)"S not even the finest color and goo material Ismbodied years.
I,or the government buildings atYash.. In t. bald, but this was not the bl1gbt-1
'VireIasks. compare with thp NwI Ing work at time. They were as eure
can
merry-makers.
,
in tad. everything for the Iardi Gras ington
10c. Asrorted Paper nd Cloth Domino )[asks. de each. York' Custom Hou!'e. Archited'Jpraphesy A. 'Greentut CO. that as that tbe articles tbey sold were I
Large and small bells, 5 and lOc dozen.Cae's I I that lon after man)" of tbYashin superior to anything at the sort on tbe 1 1market. We have a few fine buggies and wagons in
ton buildinls; have crumbled :: ISTRIBUTORS.PNSACOLA. 1 felt called to make
\ Xo. upon 11 stock which we are offring'for sale at cost...
I''or burned up the Cmtom House will FLORIDA. when lad be had
re.I this clear. lie said a
B-tc .
JElOC: > > tand as a monumE'nt to the indestruc.tiblllt .-- .. .- -- ------- an unusually sey re attack of the mea. Come and see them and get prIces, or drop
Pho".235. 213 South pal. ox Street. Pensavola. ,'structure\- of\'eloped th3 tile-protect'li.in perfection! : steel too -- ,lest during which his hair had entirely US a postal and we wiU mail full particulars.PENSACOLA .

late to be well rcpresented among thf> COFFEE 1elertf'd Ws bf'ld: Later. bowever. it I In'e
- older government buildings of thnation. ::- : an indication of c mlng b4ck. and

...... _- ._ _. ..,.,...,;.__..-'ItWWInI.;...... I I, he hoped BOOn to ha\"e a full <'Over.Xo.2 .
r--.,:: :... f".'"' _. .....U.;..n.. "*", ..__::; __..;Jnl n_t_ r...u".......n...:..ILJIA'.IYfIUUI--u-H;U U:U' H'.n, U!.....,t. We are tbe Piolleer Amerlea said thatwhile many years traveling ago be in plac Central dn BUGGY CO.,

Heaith. magnlCcent head of curly brown hair
\\i 01
JI to do good da Coffee Roasters at the .mercy of a native barbf1' to I
ability a
'C "ork}fean3 without the undue fatigue and toI West Florida.McHUGH'S shampoo amI that loon, afteor hi hair ,, 30 East Garden Street, Pensacola, Fla.2222a22e2 .
D K I milD o. find ife worth Jiving. Yon cannot began droppIng' out. lIe thought the
i I uge wIthout the batbwhl'b
ha"e indi estion or constipation heathen had put Game tutr in I
I, Its upsetting the Il\"et: and pollutIng BLENDS destroyed the'roo1..... N'o. S'5 ac.
I II Ii
i -. best and Quickest relievt'd by Her.bine.
-i b' b.:1d been burned otr whUe assisting a
the best liver regulator that the : 2eeeeeeee2eeagj
,,"orid has ever known. Irs.' D, "'. h8V no equal. A trial family to cape trom a Kansas pra1r1efire.
I
;
STRICTL Y De bad appUf"d tor,a pension. but
;:1 Smith. writ April 3. 1902: "I used
c= t Herblne, and find It the b st medicine will convince the connoisseur the government. with its usual con8f'rvatism Screens Screens Screens m.N
the matter
the 'd"layed
had
for constl&tion an'Q' r gulating t hat 'we ,
.
I In liver I eV.er used:' Sold by aU dru.:;. pendIng Investigation.. NN

, Wholesale Grocers gists. 50c. make no extravagant tune The paoged three vlctlm5 meditatl\"ely of yootbful a few mlsfor.moments HIggins' patented a l 11etal Screens for windows. -. NN

ii claims. and,then one looked up and ad. doors. ete; Now Is the tlmc to put. them In. Let rufU

, iiA PITH AND POINT.'rhe dressed o. 4: us make you a, pricebef r6 summer. They lf6. 18 .. fUN
enS '.Vholesale and RetailGROCERS f ow, Jim, It's up to you." mesk, copper br ne. and ab60l:1tely: rust proof. .::. NN
) k' for the Cele rated 1 1N trouble mth bein a petremaker !I .JIm W8J! the ba1l1est one ot the group.I Nm
Is that you s.re liable to be accused of -!I It he had gone to sl(">p in a desert some
Wfi butting In.The industrious ostrIch would cnta1nJy have H. TURNER ISN
Harve'st Queen Flour' ever tu sensation of blugbln would bea I '. and all'ki ds of F edStuffs. r alighted on his' bead.In the hopes ot ,
tamlllar one to most of us If we knew' adding to ber progeny."Boys. Phone 345. nsee

Fi B arrel Guaranteed. '" i iJ ij ir how A. onen man ne\'r we were nows tlJought how a nuisa small ce.his. 'I looks." be like sald..1 a skating knoW'rink my tor headpl ft1M.- 41 E. Garden St.

bou'le' 1:1: until the baby screams' !,but It aln.t my fault. I was bomed e2eee2eeea2eeeeeee2
j .... t"tfJ iPluto Water1I
,. Is'
nIght nor how'llrge It until the baby that warT''ne
; --- -- .y
iiDevore 19 dead.IIf're ----- : =
fJ FOR Trla.ph."I .
AGENTS n .1
SQLE I a ood ulJ fashton S3yingto I
siace
repeat to the loan who wOTiXe"r .Wholesale and Retail. suppose yon feel'better" you !
Manselt tcke corE' on oor b rt th:1u I hue c1eUnrE'd your. speecl1. said tbe I SHINGLES: SASH, DOORS. WINDOW GLASS, r

Genu.ine ;)'OU an ki1;: o:! :1t YJ r b l New eO'OUnillng. friend. ..
Orleans
Grocery .It Isn" 80 much to deliver a lpeech. BUILDING MATERIAL.
'Ibt>rt! ue SUf\I):) (1II1r: s! ty mlnutein co.1 but sagacious
it t : .. ry hour. Lut In the< last 11 tr.wbl"n Jas. McHugh" n statesman.>plied the '"The Immature real trinmph consfaUin Phone II. tI. G. .DeSILVA &. CO. \
11iI a tbE'rp I uuch to be;tol pl.:!he'ltbc're it wtened to."-Broot1111U

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perb imported vase anaf gracefully ; Mrs. Goodtoe Mrs.Bennlnger. Messrs.
NIgij '' or D'rseatedftto.Mr.Hazkeli the toa- Cross, O'Connor. Walter" Put,-. }IeI MARDI GRAS

t" oree. Mrs.' Northup had the distinction -I Gowan. Lieut. Vogel,' Paymaster

: rdF6T of winning every game. and was Prjne. Mr. Heywood of New Orleans,
4 ; PEOPLE and EVENTS [ ] the recipient of many compliments on Mr. Roberts of Louisville Ky.. and LUNCH
e av
her score. The guests went and returned -others, enjoyed delightful day on
water Friday the steamer Col
the on .
on a special car. umbia. The Ladies' Aid Society of th.. iv


Seen, Heard and Done' Among Those Who Go, Come and 2 Mrs.the S.regular.FrIedman--+WeJnesday- won the,night prizeat Miss Winnie ,TomasallQ- and Mrs. A.byterlan day D.and Morrison's church Tuesday will store, Feb.serve 26 lunch and n\r'"-*

euchre at the Progress Club-an elegant W. C. White of Bagdad. Fla.. .&1'18 carnival and Palafox Following
streets.
tllr Tarry Women and Society, Here and Elsewhere. porcelain' pudding. dish. East Gadsden.guests of Miss Cora Myers 1013 menu: ?


giiiii. I Mr. R.. P. Cross and Mr. William Fish MENU

tfJ By E. NELLIE 8fCK Telephone 669. a Days of Fun MScQueen of Lelphatchee, Ala., are Miss Katie O'Bannon of Brewton Chowder..1.. ::.
Ala., -ytritins Mrs., S M. Louns-- .li
gffasts of CapL P. S. Caro for the car'nival. Turkey Ham Roast Pig... *

fli : Ii1tt bfrry.. Gumbo.... .... ........ ..... .let...
"
-+- Master Uames. Rabb of Brewton r Is Chicken Salad..... .. .... .... .' ,
THE WASHINGTON TEA ;; Eat Drink and Be (Dr. andMrs.. F. Tarrant and Miss visiting Mrs. J. G. Pace on North Pala Ice .. .. ***

AT MRS. MCMILLAN'SWAS : I 'Ihc.JottrJlol's Daily Fashion Feature Ada are visiting McMillan Mrs.of Philip Birmingham G. Caro, Ala.for,! fox. .,\.., Cake...... .Tea... ,.Coffee. ..... ... .."...J'Jc

r A GREAT SUCCESS. the carnival.
: Merry for To- I .Miss\ Ethel Livingston of Belleville,
Tie Martha Washington tea givenat I
Ala., and Miss Cora Carter of Repton
Mra A. iL McMillan's residence !Miss Eula MciMullan of Greenville,
Ala. arrived Fri ay- and are carnival
, i Thursday night by the ladies of the morrow You !"Ala. Is visiting her sister, Mrs.John girsts, of Miss Lnrline Butler.
de la Rna for the carnival. '(Her brother
4-! IF&lafox M. H church Home Missionary .
J. Societywas a. great success socially -' a'' Mr. John S. McMullan is expected Mrs. W. J. Hamm is entertainingtwo r Oysters to
;_
trb and financially and-for a -wonder May BeDead. today for the Mardi Gras gaities. attractive guests, her mother Mrs Fry,

r4 -also sartorially resulting in a M. A.. V. Evans and daughter Miss
1i net gain of about: $30 for missions. Mrs. George Hoffman and sons, Asenath of Bonifay. Fla.
,; 1 Too much credit can not be given Masters Earl, Carl and Vincent and .. Oysters to stew oysters on

t 141g to those )ladles And gentlemen who her nece Mfss Eloise Vincent left yesterday Mrs. V. Hoist has as her house the half shell, oysters for every
: effectively by for Mobile to visit relatives thing except to burn.
:vfl. i co-operated so appearing '- guests. Mr.. and Mrs. Jessie Smith of and we
in colonial costume 'With powdered dwin'g: the .carnivaL don't burn them.
Mt. Gilead Ot, and Mr. and Mrs.
: t hair, patches and perukes in the Heinz Apple Butter......40c Charley Dunn. of Lawrence Ind. Theyare
I L:2: :most approved style. Not only the Heinz :India Relish:.. ....:tOeDunkle's Hon. C. I Wilson of Marianna delighted Wth: Penaacola! and expect -
r( members of the Missionary society in the the' The Kandy Kitchenis
Celery Salad..SOcOhinese spent a few days city guest to remain' three of four months.
. Bud the Epworth. League but a Dumber
Preserved Glnger.1Oc of his brother Mr. Meade_ Wilson and
3 of others were eaiitifully costumed. .
Oyster Cock-Tall Catsup.. .30e' left Saturday morning for home.' Miss LllHe Taylor will entertain
the place to get
a first clas
Monday evening at 830. at cards for
bf !:he decorations'"were Terrlbeaut1tulthe Miss Ala. lunch at time of
Hanway of Greenville any the day
the MUses Lewis of Valdosta, Ga.,
.
pl hall all in ferns and tricolored and Miss Heinz, of Buffalo, N. Y., arrived Ham and Eggs, Fish. Fm
guasts of Mrs. C. W. Lamar.
, iattheta- the paroh-: also had hatch- .: Saturday morning on a visit to 4- Steaks, Hot Tea. Coffee, Chot
j.6lt8. wIth flags and palms and a ROSEN AlUGERELDS Miss Milk.
Quina. olate King Priscus
.u 1'pi'oeslcsi ofviolets all through, the Mrs. E 'ward Steele Jones of New dine here. wl
I t.ouse. On the tea table in the dining York, who will be 'Pleasantly remem
'flu Sara Davi3 and little nieces Hot Rolls and
Biscuits
The Grocers bered of Doug!
c stood a tree with cherries and aAatcbet Fancy as Miss Florence Standard !
e-oom -
., Miss Sarah and Miss Margaret Davis nuts and Coffee
Mobile Mrs. Virginia Bland Jack every morning
and
,
iI with flags everywo.iv IiL
% Phone 391. Pensacola. who were here guests of Mrs. P. K. at 5 o'clock.
son of Colorado. are expected to arrive -
.tt In the hall vlsttors wen welcomedIjjy :
1 ?ti !3Of laagfbrd M2as Bessie Lang- Yonga Blount, attending left yesterday the wedding for their of home Miss Thursday and will l>9 Miss LillieTajlor's I

,ford. OOss Nell Glenn Miss Clam An- in Oak Grove Ala. guests for about two weeks. -
Li 1ca deiw. 3Rsa Annie MCMUtan, Miss .
, 1rP %vlnuieiidgo. Mrs. Frank Poo.Gbuld. Borwn Mr. John, Dr. Morer; Misses Mrs. II. L. Simpson entertained at
Carrie Emma and Ida Kramer, Misses Mr. Mathew Davis entertained Mr. tea for hers and Mrs.
the "hostess Mrs.: 'A. M. Friday evening Kandy Kitchen Cafe
1 d U1s.a all in costume, 00-passed Dora, Cora and Louise Pfeiffer Miss and Mrs. P. K. Yonge and a party of Maxwell's guest, Mrs. Vaughn cf i
4 : lion tc the-partor. Alberta Villar,' :Miss ,Mamie Santo; the nlount- turtevant wedding. guests NashviU : "-
; Mr. and, Mrs. Ed. ,Peftke. Mr. and Mrs. on the bay Friday. .1.
In tie parlor w re-/a>other bery of : 104 S.Palafoi.. Phone 999
: ftoastnmed jailictMrs. .F. EL Brawner, : : :John Walter, Mr. atfcf Mrs Thor. + Judge R. F. Cockrell and wife {IfThllahass
I ril HMra, SaWe :Han, Mrs. "Dick" McAllls- Thorsen and Mr. and Mrs. H. Pfeiffer The Cozy Club met Friday with ?. arrived last night and are

p t War :Has. Thomeu 'V. Hannah.' {&rs. W. Sr. Miss! Dorothy Dishman and Miss Cor guests of Mrs. William Fisher for a
ii I N tt. Haimato. Mis. O. ;% Ikt rrm.. P. B. Lamar, : f IL'4 :h6 HTrtvaJs and; helped Chem-oa their jgy L ; CARNIVAL PARTY.Mr. venture." Miss Miriam Blount, Miss Mr. Charlie Troutman of Scranton Marine Grocery Co.
,'L1J7t I Ed and Miss Lucy Swaine entertained Lizzie Fisher and Mass Edith Olver the :
I tL? tfW'aT to the tea room Miss., is guest of Mr. and Mrs
' 4)t Itt-tba tea room Mrs. Harrj Coltos.Irs. twenty-five couples of their gave fins recitations M. D. Msrritt for the carnval. 604, 606, 608, 610 S. Palafox SI
F $> Dan Sbepard. Mla Jennie Cook boy and girl friends, with a "Carnival +
t- Phone 725-
,; p. Mrs. Robert Bond, Mrs.\ DrJ Welch th.FJ Party" :Monday night that was a Jolly Everybody in society 19'or ought to Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. McNally
t tMrs. J. R Bones Miss :Mattie Town- ? % affair. be, gratfUl for this day of rest intervening and little daughter Katharine of Birmhigham V. J. VIDAL, Manager.THE .

_, [., rend (of Troy. Ala.). Miss EulalieUtitcMnson. The house was gaily decorated in between the whirl of the past Ala., are here for the earn!-
fJ & JBs Louise Bonn', Mss : the carnival colors and the refreshments ; week and th3 mad rush of the coming val the guest of their parents Mr. amt HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO

_ e ,, !Daisy: McAllister, Miss Florida ZeliusBratf _'\ and table beautifully carried forty-eight, hours. Mrs. Wm. :Farinas of 204 West Roniana. -
- c M3se Annie Moore !Harvey dispensed out the color scheme. I EAT
S t I chicken sandwiches' real Rus- One of the most enjoyable amusements I 'Mrs. J. E. Gredlar of Escambia was -a.
I c !. eian tea and a real colonial hospital of the evening. was "Shooting: in the city last 'night en route to Calhoun Right Reverent Edwin G. Weed 13 Just Received:

.( r ity all of course. In beautiful cos the CarnivaL". Miss., where she was called the guest of Mr. ,and. Mrs. John C. Halibut Chunks, Halibut Quick Land
I tumes. The picture"; :a "Mardi-man" had I by the serious ihness of her sister Avery 50 kits of fancy Mackerel {125 per

I t *$ During the evening: )Ir. Lawrence been drawn!-on a sheet stretched on Mrs. T. O. Meux. '. kit.

i: :;i- Green favored the company with a the wall and jL prize offered to the one Mrs. R. Francis Mitchell gave an I CO kits Salmon. $L25 per kit.
. piano solo; Mr. Ellis Frater with a .. SIMPLY CUT NIGHT DRESS. shooting nearest his mouth. Mrs. Beatrice Marean of Ocala, is "at home" last evening from 4 to 6 50() kits halibut fins 11.25 per kit.
.t I Lasso vocal solo: Mr. Fife! with his Miss Julia Johnson proved the best in the city the guest of her daughter, for Mrs, James Gustavus Face. 50 kits of Cod Tongues and Sounds
;j mandolin, Mr. Charlie Hall with his Numerous Indeed are the night plain at thee? shoulder line. but the underarm marksman and received a large "Fairy Mrs. R. J. Owens. Mrs Marean's $125 per kitBloaters.

l guitar and Miss Bertha Stewart at the dress models, each possessing! its own seams are gored enough to Book" as 'her reward. many Mentals in Pensacola are very Mr. J. -Clark Porter's and Mr. Milkers and Roes, Herring,

piano a trio; Mrs D. B. Rutherford particular charm. There Is the long give plenty of width and fullness glad to. greet her again.. Knowles Hy rs* beautiful luncheon at Codfish Pickled Salmon Dill Pickle.
solo Miss Vera Pulgham -witha about the feet. The neck is high the +- Sauer Krout
t t J a piano ; favored and ever-popular Mother Hub MRS.' EITZEN'S RECEPTION. the Oscsola Club Wednesday for Miss German
recitation and Miss Nell Richards broad turnpver ,collar edged with a FOR ,MRS. W. deC.. KESSLER.Mrs. Mr. and. 1lrs.Earnest Pettersen returned Green of Louisville: attractive niece, Pigs Feet in ,kits. $\.00.
, M .with a vocal solo all of which were bard tbs empire with its ribbon run double frill of fine Swiss embroidery, ( Gus Eitzen gave a lovely reception last evening from their wedding -* and guest of Mrs BerrY. was one of Manewal and Lange's Fruit Cake!
1i enthusiastically appreciated. beading belt below the bustline and and similar frills trim the front clos Saturday afternoon for Mrs. Journey and are guests of Mr the loveliest- functions of the week. National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake. Ise
:; 11jt -+- those plain sacque shapes which hangin Ing. -The sleeve, Js the regulation and Mrs. George P. Wantwarth for a per pound.
William deCAKessler, irom 3 ,until 5. Besides the two hosts and the honoree
.
; 1- MISS MAMIE MERRITT long, graceful lines from shoulderto bishop pattern gathered Into a cuff ot The reception> halt and the 'parlor few days before ,goIng..to housekeep ,- were :Mrs.. H., H.; Thornton .Mr. We handle the celebrated blends of
L; ENTERTAINS FOR GUEST. hem, Such a one is here-Illustrated the' cambrfc the material of the gown were a bit of spring in their dainty log. Dudley CWpley, Mr., Sam_Pasco. Mr. toffee roasted by the Gulf City Coffee

I ltzi Miss Mamie Merritt entertained: Fronts and back are perfectlywere and finished withan ,embroidery frill. garb of white and grem, while the Theodore Bears, 'Mr. Brooks.; -Mr. Walter !- Co.. H. P. Chipman. Manager.
IT : Thursday 'night at cards for her guest dining room was sunny as a June day The younger set of society men Pitt Miss Daisye Hyer, Miss Edna Oaxaca 35c lb.; Gold Standard. 23c
r Miss Bessie Mwrttt of Norfolk, Va. in its decorations of white : gave a german for the girls Friday Avery. Miss Katharine Avery Miss Ib; Diamond Blend 25c lb; Golden
,' idea Miss Esther: Harrison of New and the groom's best and yel night In Catholic Knights that .
The Washington birthday was man was her Hall Willis and her guest Miss Lowe of Rio. SOc lb.Strictly
j' L (beautifully carried out in the decorations York city, the honoree of the occasion brother :Mr. Herman BanfllL low.Mrs.. Eitzen was most'enjoyable. Mr. Robert Den- Montgomery. fresh roasted and as good
wore fetching of
a
v prizes and score cards the ensemble ; Mtss Meta Rosenau. of Louisville After the ceremony there was a white silk and Mrs. Kessler gown her ham and Miss Cora Louise Simpsonled. as any Coffee sold in this city

14 1 being very IightfuI.t ; Miss Blanche Pfeiffer of Cincinnati nice wedding supper! at the home of brtail dress. :Mrs. Scott wore Prather About thirty couples danced. Mrs. Meade Wflson has a party of Send us your orders and we will. d>
; ; The first prizes were .hand paint-- ; Miss Pearl Bloom of Louisville the.bride's'parents on West Man,and ,Mrs.J.RIellar" ; and" Miss Ksssler house guests forthe: carnival Includ liver promptly.
4it lad plate won by Mrs. J 'Storm Mc- ;. Miss 'Maud Menko of Atlanta; a reception to the few friends and Mr. amTMrs. H. H. Thornton.. Miss
were also in line all (beautifully tog Mrs. L. Walker and Mr. Maxie
, 4 Gaughey and a pack of cards decorated Miss Flora Lehman of Greenville relatives notified orthe wedding I Daisye Flyer, Mrs. Superville, Miss
Hall Wal-
gowned. from down the bay, Mrs.
_.1 : j 'with beads of Washington won !Ala.; Mss, Rosenswike of Nashville which is the result of a pretty love I The hostess was gracefully assist. Marie Superveille. Miss Lillie Taylor tons, of Gulfport. Miss. and Miss Liz cYc 1tricul,
I Mr. James ..Leonard.Theconsolation. Miss Leah Miss Julia Knowles Miss Green of
; flay and Heiibron. of that (
Greenville
story began! In their childhood '
ed entertaining
In
I by Mrs. J. Storm Louisville zie Bradley, of Greenville, Ala., who FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.
Ti a scarf pin went to M4ss. and has with Ky., guest of Commandantand
them.
grown up McGaughey, Miss Mrs F. R. viaft
Knowles her to
was so popular during
!
ii 4i fMr. Norman Garrett. while Mr. :MeIGanghey llr. and Mrs. have Mrs. Berry at the navy yard), Pensacola, Fla.
: + Lynn the affectx -I Meade, Mrs. Lewis Willis, Mrs. F. 11.I Mrs Wilson last summer., Her broth.er .
and Miss Winkler of Green-
BANFILL-LYMN >nate respect and good wishes of all I Thigpen. Mrs. W. J. Forbes. Mrs. J.
Mr. Rufus Bradley, of Greenville,
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f : s-U grilleAla. 'were awarded the
masques. QUIET WEDDING.
who know
them for their continue Frank Mrs McK.
Taylor. McClellan
_. is expected Monday and will also be
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i; TOR MISS' ESTHA HARRISONOF A' quiet wedding that will surprisethe happiness through a long wedded life. and Mrs. Norris Levis Electrical Displays For Mrs. Wilson's guest for Mardi Gras
many friends of the bride and .
-+- The ladies In the dinIng
young serving and other accessions are expected.
4 ; MEW YORK CITY. groom, took place in the rectory of MR. AND MRS. KELLAR room were Miss Stella Avery, Miss Mardi Gras.Let
; Ono of the most delightful social St. Michael church Friday nteht at 8 4
ENTERTAIN EUCHRE CLUB. Edna Avery Miss Lizzie McGaugbey, Mss' Tlllie DeBroux has returned
affairs of the dance
-' season was a o'clock when Rev. Father Fullerton
and: Miss Cora MallorwhUe :Miss Welcometo
: it: (given at Library Hall Tuesday night officiated in 'the service unitIng Mr. Mr. and :Mrs. J., R Kellar entertained Daisye Hyer dispensed delicious us put In jour electrical display home after. "spending a few days visit
. $ iby Mr. and 'Mrs. David Harrison and :Walter Lynn and Miss Maggie Ban- the neighborhood Euchre Fri punch Tor the CarnivaL We can do it better ing friends at Goulding..

. i41 CIr. Hyman Harrison In honor of their fill. day night serving ,a delightful luncheon After the reception a party of the I 'cheaper and quicker than any
v ; WlBter, Esther, of New York city. The young couple were to be married of salad sandwiches, olives, young people lingered and spent the other firm. Nothing too large or too Mss Kate, and Miss Jennie Morri'

;j. .1i1 The scene was as one from fairy after Easter but the approach of the Cl e-am. .cak s, and almonds. evening most enjojably. small for us. Ring phone 570 or 674 son are now pleasantly located at 24

--t; .,Gand the han being splendidly deco long lenten season and the fact that Dr. L1.V.. HJggms won a sterling -- and representative will call on East Romana and are expecting several
'3rat >d and the ladies all 'silver letter clamp with a woman's you. relatives for carnival guests.
. ; 4 exqusltely he must leave on a cruise this week Miss Mattie Townsend of Troy Ala.,
, awnE'd. At midnight delicious head in relief and .Mrs. J. EL Stillman -+-
, iu club rendered the groom. anxious to secure i Is the carnival guest of Mrs. Bush
l tsandwiohes and champagne punch his bride at once, and. persuaded her a Japanese< pot pourrl, for the first HutchInson. Pensacola Electrical Co. Mr. Ralph Searcy of Greenville.Ala. .
. prizes.Mr. .. Is expected to,arrive today for
were served. Barrio's orchestra -discoursed to become Mrs. Lynn before lent. ,
' the music by which fifty The bride is a very beautiful brunette George P. Wentworth won' a Mrs. (Dr.) Tippin and son of-Brew- 205 S. Baylen.SUCCEED. the Mardi, Gras festhttles. KingPnscus
',*, ?1 owrg couPles danced themselves into and was.daintily gowned in gray Japanese card box holding threes ton. Ala. are visitIng her parents Presiding -+- : .
I Home, sweet home. and white. She was attended by her decks of cards, and Mrs Strubsl a Elder and. Mrs. B., C. Glenn. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Lehman and
sterling silver .. daughter Miss Miriam, of Greenville.Ala.
t I The visiting young ladies present equally attractive sister Miss\ : Anita novelty tape measureIn aMiss .
the form of a fish while Mrs. Wentworth ., are expected today for Mardi
4- U ) Berenice Larkin of Brewton is
for her record of one whole Gras.
: ; ( .: gain, received a: paper weight-novelty IlssIary Glenn's guest at the parsonage .
NW > : :tfbp. in the form of three monkeys. for- the carnival.. SEEDS Miss Loretta. Murphy leaves this

t4Iii \: 11,: ,,' : r l1J. Ll1 k\bJ'J: :;:r'' The club had several guests among Miss Milda and Miss Clara Kreherof morning for Mobile to visit :Mrs. Floyd
whom were Mrs. Coulter Mrs. Strubel! Butler during the carnival.,
;
: will -
Tampa arrive
tonight guestsof
1101rT
! .. -,_ .. -t'! Mrs. Werhen Mrs. Florence Thompson Mrs. Henry Horsier for the carnival .
: # antf Mrs. R. C. Smith, who are WHICH The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.C. .
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) Mrs. Horsler's cousin Mrs. Adler '
; k fO4O po1ItL visiting various members. .' B ParkhllL and son Joe now orTalahaslea.
;- -4Jp --.-' of Atlanta who recently return, are glad] to have .them in "and his
ed from a tour of Europe, is expected
1 MRS. TORRENCE'S the city again. They are guests of
LOTTO PARTY. to arrive Monday. :Mr. and Mrs. VT. W. Lurton.

!Jt Mrs. A. J. Torrence entertained at .
, I Lotto Thursday night gracefully as I Mrs. Christopher Th'jesen ,Is enter. Miss Lackey of Beuna Vista. Va..
sis td by her sister, Miss Leah Mur. taming her sister, Mrs. H. T. Mathewsand arrived Friday afternoon on a visit to I I MerrySubjects

ray. Her little son Edward only four baby daughter, Mary Lee of her cousin Mr. D. Hate. Wilson and
years old, entertained: the guests in Georgia. family. -

the early part of the evening with his When You Buy, .

phonograph, and delicious cake cream Hon. J. Emmett Wolfe private secretary Get the Best. ''Miss Annye Drawhon of Selma,
and wine were served during an Inter to Governor Broward, arriyedlast Ala., is expected! to-day and will the> the
val.Those night from Tallahassee for the It's the Cheapest in the End. guest of Mrs. D. 'Hale1lson..
IIL present were Mr.and Mrs. Leslie Mardi Gras festivities accompaniedby -+-

Carter, Mr. and -Mrs. A. H. Payne MT.SS Edna Allen, of Bainbridge, Mrs. Scott,Prather( of Louisville

.4. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Jones Mr. and Ga.. who is visiting his mother; Mrs. Ky., is visiting Mr. a1. R, Kellar andMrs.
( 4IR Mrs. 'Sidney Greenwood, Mr. and Mrs. J.: Denis Wolfe. Gus EUzeq for two: or three -
, : ,:M.D.. Merritt Mr. Ousley, Mr. Joe I iandreth's weeks. .
Brown Mr. Willie Marfiela', Miss Miss Raybon Moneway of ::\loblIe. -+-

Katie Stokes. Miss Mami' Brown is :Miss Julia Gay's guest for' the car. Mr. and Mrs. M. U Howard, Sr. of Sol Cahn & Co.

I_ .. -- p j PiSti-i1'y pfvtk r1ir VgAI. Miss Mary Maloney, Miss Josephine nivaL Montgomery are !Visiting Mr. and Mrs.
ucH-w0w8 -
rlRee Af14STJcf Griffin, Miss Potts Hall Miss Emma M. L. Jr.
P.i.A0r4q
.- HE-LP!.! 1X1 aS AUL RrfHT Gentry and Misg' Mamie Santo. Mrs. R. J. Kearney of East Belmont New -4. Th. Pu,. Food Store.
,'{ \ IK AN HOUR'Oft entertained the Friday Euchre. Mrs. Crop Mrs. W. W. Genii left yesterday ofr

so' MR. DILLARD'S SURPRISE.One Vincent. Fauria won the ace prize, New York; S.ytkwett Corntr Palates aid'Intentfends
Ij ; of the most.enjoyable surpriseand Mrs. Walter White the consolation, 4.Mrs.
lotto parties was. that ,of Mr. J. Mrs. George Hoffman the lone hand E.B. Ceniti and son left Wednesday
: : I Dillard who was sucessfully surprisedat and Mrs. David Deloney the booby. Just Received. for Nassau on a: visit to her Phon. { 4Q%

: the home of Mrs. H.,Pfeiffer ST.. Mrs. C. D. Beyer will entertain the parents.

on West Government Friday night. club next Friday. -
Mr. Dillard Is a4 comparatlve stranger llr. and Mrs. Thomas Wrighton

in 'Pensacola but. has. ,become, quite Miss Nora Bettsworth_ leaves this leave this morning for. 'Jhe New Orleans

popular. morning for Mobile to be the Mardi Gras.
It was' a pleasant affair all the guest or Special Purveyorsto
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way
Mrs. H. G. Lomers for the carnival. W. A. D'Alemberte
through., The table was. beautifully '
Mr. James Nunn and daughter and
(fecorated in red, white and blue with His Majesty
his niece titS Wbet8toae"of Montgomery
In the account of Mrs. Fernald's ,
11 all kinds t>f.fruits nut,,meats cakes Druggist Apothecary .
; and Mrs. Taylor's! most elaborate and are visiting Mrs. A .M McMillan.
and wine the King
beautiful Washington birthday card Telephone 109.
II r Those present wer*,"iMr. Dillard, Mr. party at' the Country Club Thursday Cheap Imitation extract contains
Berry Mr.. Borras.- Mr SOuth PalatOl harmful Ingredients. Ae-k your grocer
Mann. Mr. afternoon, it, should have been ,stated 121 Street. for Blue Ribbon Vanilla. (Absolutely
'
Bonifay, Mr. Day .Mr. 'Pfeiffer Mr. '
that Mrs. W. H. Northup iron the su-
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: their initial bow; and extend a most cordial l invitation to one and all to visit their store

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If you do any shopping, we quote below some exceptional offerings, which you can readily. see

TO will warrant your inspection. These ,quotations will be good for. ,', :

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500 yards Linen Suitings, Solid Colors 15 Ladies', Black Voile Skirts, 1,000 yards I White Ind, Linon (Lawn). I
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and White, 25, 35 and 50c value,
10 Ladies' Black Mohair Skirts, Ij
Saecial, 15c each, $3.'.75 25 pieces Check Naineook,

500 yards Silk Tissue, plain and em- 15 Ladies' Shirt Waists (Mohair and lOc value, 7 1-2c I.!iIi"
Batiste), $3.40, $4, $4.50 and $5,.value,
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broidered dots, good range of colors, 20, -
your choice, $3.OO 40 pieces White Madras, .
25 and 35c value, 5 doz. Ladies' Corsets, good range' of per yard. 2Oc

Special 15c size. a 50c value, .35c 33 pieces White Madras,

per yard, 25c .
15 doz., Turkish Towels; fringed,. 25c
300 Cotton Voiles, dark mix-
yards
27 Maeras
value, pieces White( Faucy) ,
tures, 12 1-2 and 15c value, Special 15c per. yard, 35c &

Special, 7 1-2c
25 .do'z. Pillow Cases, 12 12'and I5c 200 yards Kimona Crepes,
1000 yards Curtain Swiss, 12 I 1-2 and value, Special Qc per yard, 2Oc
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15c value, 25 doz.it., Ladies' Hose, a 25c value, 300 yards Fancy 'Shallies,
Special,, 9c Special, WeUriderwear F (Kimona{ Styles) 4Oc



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HOSIERY. Shirts and Hats. SHOES. ,
100 dozen Men's. Half Hose, m styles' and fancies, 25 ,. 3CO pair "Dorothy Dod,"'H.Igh Shoes, in both dull'and
10 doz. Men's Medium. Weight Jersey Ribbed Shirts yd Drawers $1
and 35c values, .. value at 69& shiny leathers, the bst $3 Shoes made this week only.
21 cents. .' 25 dozen ,Men's Sanitary Fleeced Shirts and Drawers, $1 value at 87o ,
Pet Pair $1.98
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50 dozen Finest Imported Half ,Hose, elegant patterns per suit. ..
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50 and 75c values, ". 10 dozen Wilson's" Jersey Ribbed Shirts and Drawers, $2 value$1.65
per =uit. 50, pair Ladies' High Shoes, $1.75 and $2.00 values,
43 cents: .
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,. in' staple and One.lot Men's. AII,Wool Shirts and Drawers In white;'grey and,red this ,.
200 dozen Men's Domestic.Half" :;Hose $2 values at$1.73 per suit. sale only
fancy, 15 and 20c values, ALL Ol/R .EN'S'IAND' BOY'S SWEATERS AT FACTORY. COST. Per Pair,. ,$1.49,
12 cents. 25 doz9Men's $1 Shirts, standard makes, special at 79c.


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M l 6: oafxiz'rf.1Kk3rfEf;.: 'riTfc9wJ;:t.tfih'FkIEAjw 'i t. i:r"i *ws:', Judge Hicks, preceded: in his' argument -J\W ;0 :r '1J. .
: of answering 'Dougherty's con- .
r :z ; f'tl'nUQn'that the::*'whereases" be elim; '
i irated, and 'pointing\,through' a win;. Joppa Lodge, No. 1
THE OLD
$ t y ,. ; SHAKING .,. ,dow to: a church st spte, said, of it, TOBACOS Joppa Lodge No.
"It is there and we know;not the realsou ( meets,every Tuesday
:; l- for it. As surely there must be I o'clock at Rafford
PLUMTREE": .i a' reason for it 'or''it "would not ;be St. Visiting brethren
a ei jt. e there. ,: I
. .. = : KETCHUP vited.
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i < "Take the tall of a pug dog for ex T. H.
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ample. It ha.s.a.. .:. curl, but no one J. GINGLES, Sec.
k I JACKSONVILLE.. SUN. ,tr, i. knows why. The.tail of a pig, has a .' '" .' -, 31jan6m.
3: curl, bus-while,no person
[[t rfi 41j *c-Ott""...<...--1t.,.*f;>c14">: 't}iiSit t ::?7tXifi fis:3.:"?rir: ..:."..c-c1.3 :"**'*.... ..3.,".ly 1:',.,,,*i'>3..",..c",0-1..":'..'".,.........".'".tt'r\>."....-.1""_'1,0-'" ",...,<<"".""':,"'.....",.i,,"c-.3.-""">"">%""=..">"><"FQ/......: purpose'it- serves; It, was evi'I., .,. an rd'' ... Pensacola Lodge
latently put there for some reason.. Now ')
these whereases' in the r 30hUoni'fi' meets every Monday
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: '. o'clock at their l
a RIPE PLUMS THIS YEAR. good bls' promises after election. It has 'been'stated by intimate,friends the Senator'' fromJel1er&on: -certainly -- :; E lou stable W.
; over
,Many times the -candidate is aware of .:Mr..Browne that at the expIration' have a reason. for existence. ,,:though f' 9YS.TER. .: ... Visiting brethren cor
I'r' IA Member of Congress from each or of the impossibility of performancewhen of his term he would remove to Hack we may not-" : J. A.
tat the three District. he makes the promise, but nobody scnville. A roar of laughter tolled through: ; H. IIORSLER. K.
i 'i f ? r Two Justices: of the Supreme Court. thinks of it at the time ,and the In this event it is not improbablethat the chamber, drowning the 'Judges .
J
rt "i Sixteen State Senators-In the even ing political fire so quickly to turu I date try' for other political honors.: ,rage and disgust to retreat from ,the : : : 30, K. of
y t p, numbered Districts. into dead ashes. : intimates know that he has Ions mirth. while, the Senate:.d chned to( Thursday ;
., .r 11 In Each County-Tax Callector. Tax Two lucious plums to be shaken cherished the desire to represent endorse the appeal for "1Tniv ersal; ttJX? o'clock in
1 ? Assessor. Treasurer Members of from the tree at the coming primaries Florida:: in Congress; or to become .PeaceJ', = ', -' .1 .i The seasonin'gSi 10 Castle
i the Board of County Commissioners, are the Railroad Commissionerships,''seated I in the gubernatorial chair, andif It is not probable that there'will bo perfect F C.., ble, W. FI&I!
j 4 Members of the Board of Public In. now held by R. Hudson Burr and Jf.'' such ambition is held until the primaries lack of candidates, though, for the I _. Visiting
i ''ai struction. Members of the House cf erson B. Browne., whose trems expire of 1907 or 1908, he may be avery i' offic'" of Railroad Commissioner is a dially welcomed.
I" !} Representatives Justices of the January 1. 1907. active participant. Vtj-y' attractive berth, and later ws: -i for Oysters Fish Soups i| J.
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' Peace. Thus far, but one candidate has -Hon E. B. Bailey who,is the first .may hear-of,'several: who will be will C. J. LEVY. K. of R.
anounced for these offices-Hon. E. B with his announcement for Railroad ing. to test their( popularity. at the
The Floridan is fond of of .. Salads Sauces Gravies
K _average Bailey MonticelloMr Commissioner ihough that does not polls. '- Knights of
political discussion especially when R. C. Runn Madiaon, Secretary I I denote his position at the finish, has i ,Congressional elections are due this "
3 ( the argument pertains to local or ot the Railroad Commission has served in the state senat?, where he
1 year, but in the Second District no opposition :
x state politics. been mentioned by a number of pa. has on more than one occasion.txmtri-, etc. Endespensible r
s is likely to be offered Hon. are
;I! Here antf there will be found news- pers as being a candidate for Commissioner buted to the, gayety of the.chamber '! Frank Clark, and the scene of battle :: No. 8
papers protesting, absenting that such but he is not.t least he One of these times was when Senator *
e discussion far in advance of an el.c says he is not, and ha should know. Bailey introduced two .long,resolutions which the waxed state two'eo years warmly ago in this will partof be the tabBe! assures gooddigestion cia
tion is harmful ;
to industrial Interests The present incumbents hare not one bearing on "universal 'shifted to West Florida, where in th 7:30 <
i A mistaken idea. It does no harm, yet publicly declared their intentions peace.} and the other on some sub- .
Third District lIon. W. B Lamar will
h rather is it a relaxation and a species Mr. Burr may be a candidate for r9-ject equally foreign to the work of tha l
have to fight for reelecMonHon and I to visiting KnIghts.
imparts a
t or recreation fondly enjoyed by the election but If so he will undoubtedly Florida Senate i
f i, great majority. have a much harder fight for the place I The resolutions wer. duly read I Jefferson D. Stephens is the EDJI. POX. JOHN
If a critcism could be offered of than four years ago, when he easily and proved to consist mostly of first Jo announce his intention' en- !
i such love of politics it would be that secured victory. His canaldacy was,"whereas," the resolution! prop) r of tering the contest with Mr. Lamar,I delicious a. Recorder.
, i+ men and not measures are more gen not taken seriously by thY state j each containing bat few words.It and Hon. C. Moreno Jones, former
r i" crally the topic. The fitness of the era Indeed he was regarded lead-I]I was a dull hour In the Senate and Mayor of 'Pensaco'a. will be a candi- Pensacola Lode:
man for the office receives more atten political joke but Guy Metcalfs plate-,I Charlie Dougherty with the purpose 'dAte. An -effort has been made to = Works E Pensacola Lodge
Drops
A Few Wonders.
t ;!* tion than reform In the office itself, natter contributions to the country.cf fun-making, began debate opposing! bring Hon ;4 c4 or the manner in which it should be press were an innovation which becur-1 j jed .i the resolution. making an impassioned race, but that gentleman has declined at the new hall: on ?
Administered to the best interests of attention from the voter and as appeal: to kill the "whereases" and to seek the honor. street. Visiting
: the people. the result of the election caused the then lay on the table tb+ tiny frag Other candidates mar: be announcedbut iPrice Invited. FL
" : ; Perhaps<< In an attempt to overcome formation of opinion favorable to t I meat of resolution remaining.: at present the,situation looks 1 like i lOc and 20c per bottle.PJIULLER. E EH J. NEVILLE.
; t this lack In the!: scheme of political Burr If Air Burr has been I Then a defender arose'in the person, a three-cornered fight between Lamar
p } o economy candidates for ofllca under mental In causing reforms in Instru'l 10* Judge Hicks the wit of the Senate Jones and Stephens with the odds in Daughters of
l : i the primary system do not finrf the road Commission, they have not beeu and a graceful orator. In an eloquent favor of the first-named, although in Naomi Lodge No.
Democratic platform broad enough to recorded. j: preface to the subject the Moreno Jones the present! Congressman : Rebekah. meets ev :
hold their announcement for office, While Mr. Browne may again be a,'Judge state! ; that a reason existed for will find an able and strong can- at 8 o'clock in I. O. t
r" !but each feels Impelled to declare a candidate yet it is quite reasonable to all things, though the reason might clidate.Victory. ing sisters cordially
platform of fils own. believe that when his term of office' not be apparent. During this! portion]! means more, however to ent.
f I This adds nothing to the cost of expires he -will either engage in bus!-i'i of the address the face of Senator Mr. Lamar than to ,any of those op- MRS. PEARL
rL the campaign and furnisher additional ness or resume the practice of law. He Bailey was luminant and his delight pcsing him and therefore he will bo THE GROCER MISS WILLIE KE '
t cause for talk. The candidate may *s a lawyer of much ability and as a was unconcealed at the words of the compell to work harder to secure fei
c and frequently is, unable to make business man he would be successful champion of his cherished resolutions. the winning count. It is no secret '" JI
M. E. B A, No. 81, !
y, 1 1Y that he will be 'a candidate for the Phone 213. 400 -South PalafoxSt.viy&yrq&i } third Wednesday '
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alor Mallory, and defeat for Congress I
.#...::.i .. would be a heavy blow against the dencia street.
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satisfying of that ambition. \ ( tt( 'll-t{ A.
; J. L. SWEENEY. See.W.
STRONG In the First District lion. Stephen
\1. Sparkman will be a candidate for maaa222eaaeaaeaaeaB22222aanJ O.
at re-election to Congress; for the last ;
Live Oak Camp !
1 time lIe may have opposition but is to1'Low
INDORSEMENT OF meets in Pythian
will not be of .a strong character.
Not only has h!' the confidence of the Wednesdays in each !
people of his district but the one man I Priced Lads sovereigns cordially Jr.t1
P. A.
who would stand a chance of winning >
NEWBRO'SHERPICIDE LESLIE E. BROOKS.
:will not be a candidate at this election \ ,
rt but will enter the race two year
hence-Hon. Herbert S. Philips the m mm Woodman's
capable state's attorney for the Sixth W. O. W. C.. Oak
Judicial Circuit.Mr. : Woodnvn Circle me
e -- : Sparkman, who' has so ably represented -m Attention Prospectors iB iBN day 3 p. m-. 2d floor P>
, :' the First District in Con- Pou's stable on ?
. gress for a number of years, has beena Visiting sovereigns : :
: forceful and activ member and the 'N Mrs. Leona Langford : ;
Y' ; "Having suffered! for years with a very obEtlnato energy he has.exetfea'left its impressIn Nt ru M. B. Olsen. Clerk.
a case of dandruff and falling hair. I had Washington in a manner to react
almost 1 when lady friend induced 5 I We attractive
despaired a for the benefit of his constituents. are offering some very NHr
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me to try Newbro's Herplcide. Now after a services member of the
His ; as a
T Y thorough trial I cannot say enough in praise! of Rivers and Harbors Committee,of the propositions in low priced lands suitable m I Pensacola, St.
it. From a dull lustreless head of hair I have House have proved of great value to
now a beautiful head of glossy hair .which" Florida, and it is the desire to more B Farms Fruit Gulf
can only thank Herplcide for." fully advance, and if possible to complete ,jQr.Truck or Growing! in JS
tb SlimedI[ ) MADAME TlfEKA. certain water improvementsrather u fu STEAMER

t r New York, N. Y., care_ New York Clipper. leads him than to the seek wish another for office term that in N quantities to suit purchaser, improved (fU W.Q. f

i; alAs'goj as Herplcide." is the familiar claim I i'lRST.CL.U!$ .
Congress as a new member lacking; .
that Is made for so many 'so-called germd the opportunity and" unfamiliar with I .18 i | unimproved,. $2.50 to $25 per acre gj. FREIGHT
atroyin: flair :remedies. Newbro' H'erpicide' .
r the situation would be unable to accomplisb -Betw
1 Is the. ORIGINAL, ,. remedy that kills the dandruff anything in this respect.It ftJ. tU
t and its ,wonderful and I
: germ success pop is not likely that Mr. Sparkmanwill N PENSACOLA.
ularity account for: the increasing number of rat
retire from public life at the. ex COLA
I1 "; imitations of it piration! of his 'Congressional service. DREWS.

L Why not get the original because of his own convictions and at 1 IIB

"1''t' I Itching Herplcide scalp Substitutes and&kills falling the are germ hair.always that Extraordinary disappointing.causes dandruff results, the candidate insistence to succeed for the of Senator friends United Mallory he States will b&Senate and'a- : Chipley & Dyer And Carribclle all points.and on : I

in tho light of bh record in Congress Leave reacacola
r Its Stops Itching of scalp Instantly.
use.
follow Drug Stores. Send IOc in stamps to,The tlerpU and his large personal following he | | m* for Mobile. Al*.
r- At ride Co., Dept. N., Detroit, Mich. for a sample. MADAME THEKAl paign.will undoubtedly wage a popular cam 12 East Government St., PENSACOLA, 'FLA.I m.Leave. for St.PeDsaco Andrews!.. T : I

Ia 'fllcola. Carrabelle
W. A. D'ALEMBERTE uaa3aaesaesasssaa23S i3sse
NEVER SUCH A CHANCE BEFORE point. J
additional 1Jo:
Druggist and Apothecary, 121 S. Palafox St. a x TO GET A DIAMOND CHEAPAS : ..- I For J. R I

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Our puzzle _for this we k: ;is iiittledifferent from te
those
.. which haye.gone.befekofessor :BlJrik. :.- : of Pt_ zz leville pays us ,a vi i,4gd'we HOARSECOUGHS b_

are afraid he .has ,

given our readers a very hard proposition to(. sojve-to arrange the nine figures here shown in such away i' ,


that when added the total will be JOO. There while 11
fractions each
areno ;.;.. figure is to be used but once.
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t ;.: '.: <. ',:.. ", other serious Iffng trouble, after
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,/ It will cure the most obstinate i

racking cough, and heals and
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strengthens the lungs.Foley's .

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Consumption and even in the last

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relief. ,
r Foley's Honey and Tar gives

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as it relieves the difficult breath-

ing at once.Remember. ,
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Honey and Tar-and refuse

substitutes that cost you the

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S r t (t-. Cured of Terrible Cough on Luflgti
N. Jackson of Danville, 111., writes:
A- 1 9 cA t "My daughter had a severe attack of
F. La Grippe and a terrible cough on her
( lungs. We tried a great many remedies
J ,_ without relief. She tried Foley's Honey
F '' : and Tarwhich cured her. She has never
; e- \ been troubled with a cough since."

\ ,d Consumption Cured.
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I 0,4 dr Foley & Co., Chicago. Dana, Ind.
: Gentlemen:-Foley's Honey and Tar
cured me of Consumption after I had
u' suffered two years and was almost des
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.I. ( t me. any relief and the last one said he
J could do me no good. I tried almost
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., l "<. : Ii. \ benefit until Foley's Honey and Tar
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right from the start was magical. I
I improved steadily from the first dose
and am now sound and well and thtnk
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Foley's Honey and Tar is a Godsendto
people with Throat and Lung Trou
ble. Yours very truly,
MRS. MARY AMBROSE.

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: I 1 0u and one-half times a, much as the
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: TO THE BOY OR GIRL WHOSE, NAME'IS'DRAWN, FROM THE CORRECT ANSWERS RECEIVED AT 'THIS OFFICE BY NEXT THURSDAY NIGHT. THE JOURNAL WILL GI.VE.A SILVER DOLLAR. eI ,
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names were printed.atnong'the'"Near .tfessio Van Pelt City;; Several correct ,but unsigned answers battle of Kings Mountain was fought State Reform School.A Nick's Buffet and
1; ly Correct" when they belonged in the 1 Glairys: Herman-City. -> % were received.Louiseand.Artliur. on Oct. 7th, 1780; the ''battle of Mon-I number of state papers are talking
VALIANT lI CHARGE "Correct Answers could 'be seen Jennette Farine, City. ,. ,Joh. /'No. 4 mouth was fought On (June 28th, 1778; and urging the location of and improvement -
by the way they were "set." Milton Newton,; Dtdea, Milton, Fla. Crownspoint., :; the ,battle of Cowpens was fought on In the reform school for RestaurantIs
Pardon us, please and -wa'll never, Millie II. Welles-City Thomas. Maloney, "No. 2, Bunker- Jan 17th 1781; the battle of Brandy-I!! Juveniles. The :Metropolis believes
never do it again-U' we can help it. Ryder( Lannon, City. hill. wine was fought on Sept. llth 1777,' both of these should be done, though the oply place of ita .
: Correct Answers. Lucile Lurton, City. Elmirs. Bell, "No. 4. Crownpoint. and the battle of Saratoga, two battles it had rather see in force an emergency tlnd in Fcnsacola. in fact
n y PUZZLE !1 I' Correct answers to the Puzzle Pictures Dorothy Skinner, City. Kathleen McKinnon, "No. 2, Sun- were fought Sept t: 19th and Oct. 7th.j'! education bill and a measureto it is
Gussie Storrs DeF niak. Flo. buiy." 1777. Hoping that my answers are
In The :'Journal, Sunday Psb. t8, keep children off the streets thana
Charley F. Gwartney (?), Bonifay, Cera and Claire Killebrew., "No. 2B correct and that I will get the dollar,I II reform school. 'Educate, children A Pride
were: to
No: 1. Trenton.No. )>nker Hill.." 'am one of The Journal's old carrier and ''keep them off the street and out
2. Princeton.No. Fla.Walter Gagnet City. Little Martin's ,list is so faintly boys, Alfred Bradley. of mischief and we will have but little -
RMY 3. Bennington. Lydia E. Maddox. Cottage Hill, .Ft!. written it is scarcely legible, but al!1 Thanks, Alfred, for the dates which use for a reform school. Idleness Pensacola.Larger.
No.4. King's Mountain George V. Greenwood, City. appear .to be correct but "No 2, B'in- will be of' Interest to all the Puzzlers, and Ignorance are the two greatest
No.5. :Monmouth., Ed Swaine, City. kerhill.: whether they know them or not. Your corruptions in the worltf and lead to cities canno*
Millie Swaine, City. list ,on 'the "contx>n' and your letter the of
No. 6. Cowpens Some Letter Received. majority crimes.:: -Miami Me boast of a better equippej
No. 7. Brandywine. '. Lucie:.Swains, City. "Dear Editor-I send in answers to are both so neatly, and plainly writ tropolis. place. The service is the
Barry Porter :Montgomery. Ala. puzzles, which I hope are correcL I ten ,they ara a pleasure and pride to
No. 8., ,. : best that can be had
After Saratoga
that
Slippery Old Dollar for Received. Alvin Powell.Marianna. Fla. tried once before to get that dollar, the Puzzle Editor who trusts you will NOTICE!
Answers
Correct from Charles J. Chunn, City. but I didn't see my name on the !Hst, get ,tbat dollar, quick.EXCURSION i -
r Mardi Gras-Miss Lamar, Correct following answers-were'received boys and girls: Bennie Laughton, City. so I guess you didn't get my I5t'er. I 'I THE galleries of the Merchants' Nick Apostle, Propt'r \:
the 7;.. G. Bonifay, City. try every week but don't always get TO-DAY. Hotel will be reserved for the use of
of Quincy Wins. nnisV.. Eagan City. Will Sam Barrow City. them all. My 'uncia. Jim takes The The Commodious Sea-Go-ing Steamer guests exclusively during Monday and -
Anna Lisa Henrickson. City. Holland City. Cournal It much. Go' Monarchwill make two trips to
Guy a cl likes very >u Tuesday, February 26 and 27th. No
Celia Ran; City. Stella Reinhardt City. bye, from Joe Gray, Jr., Bagdad Fit.; the-Gulf of Mexico, viewing the U. S. exceptions will be made. Please be NOTICEThe
l The historians had a good time :Alberta Reno, City. Pamela Lamar. Quincy, Fla. Master Joe you are certainly a,welcome warsh:ps. Navy Yard, Forts Etc. A governed accordingly.
with the last puzzle 'pictures and out Sam Albraham, City. '. Chester ,Manning, Ramos, La. Puzzler :but if you give up be- stop" will b9 made at the U. S. Life JACOB KRYGER.
of; the entire army only three puzzlers Coot Rettinger- City. -. < Ruth Gentry; Milton;,Fla. cause you don't get a prize after one Or Saving Station permitting those who Proprlertor. .
'rinsed more than two correct an- Elizabeth Sigari.City.. Frank Gentry,Milton, FJa: two or twentytries" you'll never "get do not desire to take the ride in the Woolley Sanatorium,the only Institute
'r' jrs. But so many missed Nos. 2 Gussie Ketterer, City. W. C. Gentry :Milton: Fla. ther9." Keep trying' till 'you get that Gulf to stop over on the beautiful IF YOU WANT TO SECURE A in the United States where the
tinct 4. that there is not spaoa to put Susie Kett er. pity ; -.,t';,. -Jack gentry:Milton,' Fla:' <, dollar! several times. Gulf Beach. Fare SOcenta round trip. Opium, Cocaine and Whiskey habitscan
BE AT McMILLAN'S
DIAMOND. :
: served.: Boat loaves be cured without and
tram, on tho honor list. Willie Lee. City. Carey Stewart, Bagdad Fl%. Refreshments exposure
City. '' Wharf at 10 and 2:30p. 8 O'CLOCK SHARP MONDAY MORN. with so' much ease for the patient. Only
Palafox m.
Barbare. Fla. a.
Mls-j Louie Bagdad
Pamela Lamar of Quincy Fla., S. E. Stewart "Dear Mr. EdItor-ThIs is the second
:x entitled to the dollar this week and Bridget Di Lustro. City. Sammie Stewart. Bagdad, Fa.! time I have tried the puzzles andI m. ING. 30 days' time required. Describe "
; 'she Journal will send it to her by Tom King, City Addle Stewart, Bagdad, Fla. .i am going to kep on keepln on till your case and I will write you an
:. Ilia it Mary1 Abraham.. City. William 'H. Lamar, MpnUcelld,, F1 .! I get that dollar.' Your friend, Kenneth opinion as to what I can accomplishfor
Amende Honorable. Nell West City. lToe Gray Jr., Bagdad; Fla. 'I Quarterman Valdosta Ga." P. you. Ask your, family physician
ThP Journal wishes to apoligite tot Callie Cohen' City.; Gladys Bell City. i S "I'm'not sure about the fouth one:' to Investigate. Dr. B. M Woolley, 104 ;r {

.4f. following bright puzzlers: !Loyd Miller.City. Miles A. Warren, Jr., ,eFimiak) .;; You'll get there O. K. in time; Ken- N. Pryor Street. Atlanta. Ga. o,
a COUPON
Susie Ketterer, City. :Mildred Bowman. Holland e. U69. Fla.- : neth; if you stick to that sentiment :PUZZLE ANSWER ---

Ladle! Barbare, City. Richard Parker" Roberts Fla- Nearly Correct. Unfortunately, this time you got the
penis W. Refine Johnsbnr City. wrong lines, as you will see by the O.
. Cook Eagan, City. La Stokes, City. .Nellie Glackmeyer. "No. 2 i, Banker K. ansW'ers.' Answsn'Must 10.wrtttell on This Coupon Kink. No 4FULLQT'sPRCPAlD t
Rettinger City. Clarence *-. Attention Win,Be hid Those Not Written On IL No m
City. irni. "Dear Mr. Editor-I am not study-
Lena Hyer
Isarel. Boykln
. City. to this Rule.
-.' Lounsberry, "No. 2 Bunker ; Exception ,
le I Muterspaugh City. Paula HirskOTltz, City. Bertie R. Ing history yet, but I hope that lay

Mildreji! Bowman Hol1aandale, Miss. Annie R..Pfeiffer. City. Hill." : answer are right. From your little to the puzzles in'The Journal to-d&y ut as follows: ;
Kthfi Xeel, Crestview, Fla. Manuel Johnson, City Clara Pebley Pepper, "No. 2, ,B-nr- friend, Mamie A. Frank aged 9'years, ,My answers
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City ker Hill. Pensacola. 4.
Everett price 'Arthur Johnson,
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City.
City. May Sue Mills' "No. 3. German- this time little lady P s.t .
U>!a Lee Daniels, City. Ruby Wilkerson, Not quite right No.1 .
Bradley. City. town." but keep trying
VHj} K Danit> Alfred
\Mn Brittain ls.City.City. I iWarrcn, Zeliua, City. Will E. and Lola' Lee Daniels" ,."No, ,, "Dear Mr. Daltor' -Here I come again : 6 lO
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lAst Sunday by mistake their, May Stokes, City, 4t ,No..t.
the and I
with"my answers to puzzles
CrownpoinL"y
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.iTw+'u"'u. A 1>VIJ u RLr u-t F :..U 1MI iEJ .".' lutlOur .--- "' ,- :* Editor, I also hope- that 'you will n taUght
.. did last week as I '
me as you .
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had 'all of ) correct, yet : : ""
: the puzzles you > No:4

: And Are Perfect I Instruments. put*my. name in the 'Nearly Correct ; .- ,' .. ',
Pianos list. So you see I might have won : ''' '
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,the prize but for this mistake on your Yt' I
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wIll ;
Anyone of our Pianos perform SatisfactoryService I partI know you did not do it inten- 4 _'v L'
for a lifetime. They are perfect,, in tionally. I :still remain. Your little : : :; ;h" .V( t s

;Na Are Built by action 'and their tone quality are..unexcelled by' Many landale.friend Mildred Miss." Louise Bowman, Hol- No. 6, :. : \ : (

; have *;* Your.compJ'tlnt is a just one and an
in the Q rid. You can your own time .
CHAS.BLUM&CO
!:i : : explanation and apology are printed .No.,f- .--_. ._ .... .
, i payment. .to-day. ,' .. !. : r. "
|: Specialistsp time for *" !: 517, AND life WZST BAY ST..
You cari have your own payment.. ', d' .:
:! D3ar Mr. Editor-I am going to try 'No '8 JACKSONVILLE. FLA.

_. -. = f once more for that dollar. I go to the <: :. .. ''c. __ -J
.t. Sisters .school and I am learning fast No. 9..". -

; *! Lester. M'ehlk Clutter. ew ton- nd Casse!,; IJ but of best.all I my am studies going, to I love try to historythe give 11' "" H .. ; tlICH.5'CAPUDINE
Kranich
& Bach ;
!. ;w. you the dates oa,, which these battles No.10Nama ; D r IMMCDIATU.T cvauI1EADACHES
... were fought and let me know if I .
J l.:. ft:7 am corrct The battle of Trenton i
.116 S. Palafoxi $ t: was fought on Dec. 26th, 1776; the Br H+COLDS
. Old.stand Largat use114 Phone l5r t..t. '
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fought Jan
Music Houso in Clutter Music battle of Princeton was oa c'
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4 ,L 4+{ (Continued from Page Nine) sellers he yet knew that upon him) ; : ? .*-* .
rested the burden of his life -- '
own and.! :
eponae and appreciation not only in its duties and he manfully shouldered! While : :: .
the hearts but also in 'the final judgment the responsibility and triumphantly!I : in the c"t ;" '

s6; of all Americana. The mists bore it to the end. ? Y : '
;; t of time have magnified th'e nobility
1 Y t and grandeur of Washington's life A Lofty Example. \ ) ,
,. and deeds as the rising sun is magnified Washington's example and the lofty j Lii
sdti by the vapors of the morn. He standards of wisdom and public virtue ; ) /' I I

was In every sense a great man. and and patriotism set by him at the I
TI'; the words of Lee, a devoted friend,.t beginning ,of our republican govern-) Don t Fail /to VICorner
.
Kt ; spoken nom the depths of a heart filled i!ment, long actuated and guided our! : .:iJ !
r with love and torn with poignant I f'public men In the conduct of their j jj < ii

t rr sorrow, "First in the hearts of nisi I j i lives and careers: The idea that ai) &- */ ;4 Jdg. ', {;, i
i countrymen" rang truer today than[ public office was a public trust which j "
they did on the day of their delivery t found Its very embodiment In him.I .;.: ;.: : };; !
k U for today Washington !is more perfectly was long the dominant one for those :
r l understood: more thoroughly venerated I who sought political preferment. To YPensacola's; -
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; S ; Oldest and Biggest .:
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'7 and loved than when be lived. I serve one's country according to one's' ;:: : : :, 1
Ny It is easy 'to see why he has such a I I i lights, without fear of party or factIonal "
)
kL. to hold on the affections of Americans disfavor! without hope of 't':7: ": WHOLESALE GROCERY HOUSE'' ':. : : -
t is for his traits were, such as to command pecuniary: reward was sufficient ,, ,;
,': admiration and respect even glory for those statesmen who followed -

,1 from his enemies and by them he has near enough to him to feel the .
Vq,14 firmly entwined himself in the heart-i beneficient effect of his elevating ex:

r- string of his children. The loftiest, ample. .
', purposes actuated and controlled h's Times Changed.But .

t'{ + considerations life; no small entered or narrow into, or his petty re'.a-, as the country grew and conditions
changed the nation: soon exchanged
+4 tions with others public or private.He the WashIngtonian
t dignityfor
combined true patriotic courage the Jeffersonian simplicity which The Le>wis.B

;and fervor, fearlessness and audacity I in due time came to be only another a'f JOmpany

y jln attack with the far greater,quailSy -1! name for the Jacksonian"- vulgarity,

,' ability to endure -calumniation' and with the advent of Old Hickory ,
+ :and suffer insult, with calmness and
into public life, that lofty statesmanship .
'pa.t1 ence. ins honesty and probity'1 which was above party and politics
A 'Torbade suspicion! and are a model .
and tad its roots firmly fixed in
1 Sor our men of power and influence+;i the belief of the political Independence Main Palafox Streets.
today. Th-j balance and of his and
poise 1 of the, individual conscience, be- :
4' )Character, combined with his uncom-.came for the time being a thing of! :1':1'I
I
,: )romis. g. unswerving honesty were'
the
past A relic of the age of political i

f *!sties.erhps He his once most said.striking"I hope character I shall'!J r Quixote chivalry."and fit his com windmill nan ion for-' Don- '-I j; This'is the Distributing House foi all of the Best Standard Articles on the American Market. i I EPr

possess! firmnessana virtue enough to)
Washington spok these words: I
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Maintain what/ I consider the most ill astr
imagine Them from the lips Jackson
of -
1 ,:Enviable of al titles-that of an honest ___ _

;3 4;' ,Wled manflow the tongues well of his eighty hope million is ful-, "In: touching upon the most delicate .f"i ,; ".. '-

: ,F ''loyal;proclaim.to his Bountiful memory nature stand ready in her to part I will which of deal your fills with letter me ,you with the communicationof with real concern all that Little Minister CigarsThe El Principe de Gales Obelisk Flour Blue Bell Flour II'II'This II'I I erat


i? =yq *0ost prodigal mood attended at his frankness which is due to friendship Little Minister Cigar is the EI| Principe de 'Gales: is made for Wff, are sole agents for the famousObiisk
J> rth. endowing him with'those gifts i
Is a brand of flour which claims
and which I wish should be charac1 lepifr
to which best fitted him to completely teristic feature a best five cent Cigar sold anywhere.All gentlemen who are familiar with, to Flour which is acknowledgedto

i t <<.o which he was called the voice ,
1 by to administer the government I will made of the best material and by expert -
if the people. where' at'ten cents and are world re- utation is built on years of efforts and eIm
4t r I I go to the chair under no pre-engage- cigar makers. Can be bought at ',' ever use it once you will be sure to I
; k s Nature Generous to Him. ment of any kind or nature whatever, any first class, cigar" stand in West nown. Best Havana'goods the experience. It has both reputationand I

.F 4 r r But not only was nature generous and when in it. I will, to the best of Florida. market merit '
C j //inher endowment of gifts, but also in my judgment, discharge the duties of y \.. : want it again.
y |i the opportunity for their nourishment the office with that impartiality and : aeE
w i j and perfection. He was born and zeal for the public good which ought ") Ir .
; t ,reared where nature in her grandest never to suffer connections of bloodor f toU
a ,manifestations looked constantly friendship to have the least White Rock
upon sway Lithia WaterWe SchlitzBeer I VanCamp Canned GoodsThe Jung's Red Heart BeerThis
ff t :him. and bade him fix his standards on decisions of a public nature." arLI

vf? t ?(by her own magnificent heights. The I I I These were no id la promises for are also distributors for White LIM
;
eoUtude of the mountains and the!: on this high level he ever moved, fit We are agents for: Schlitz Beer. This name of Van Camp on a can In- is Pensacola's most popular

to forests forced him to commune with i(I pathway for all, but especially for Rock Lithia Water. The Sparkling ,is a pure Beer-no ,bacilli 1 in It-nothing Beer. We sold over 80 cars last sum- Pu
himself and to listen to the voices those who like him stand high in the which the healthful .
9t most
r _: which told him of the power which, public service. Beverage is to make you' blllo, ..- This Beer sures you of quality.Get the Van'iCamp4 mer in this city. It is retailed at lOc, toM'

mt t ; Jay within him. From the Virginia air' Our Own Degenerate Times. drink on the( market. There are ")i&&c n"i coolejj ;.in plate .glass 'roomsti, ..'1 \. 'Hafllt; and will 'never suffer '.' but pronounced by beer drinkers to Iii
: it In Its purity anti calmness he absorbed I many imm'ltatons. but only one origi : you -
-S4; 1 x N Into his own character the influence But today, "Washington is apparently nal White Rock. Sold at all first-class in nothing but filtered air. Every.bottle J be equal to any 15c beer made. It has m1to
'tr no longer the model. His influenceno a
:1'- which by night ant 'by day is sterilized. with indigestion. -
exhaled
fi x L from it. longer guides uplifts, controls. No I places. .. no equals. '
5Sfm His I longer does he stand invisible yet -- I ALTi
Country Rearing. behind
potent Senator and Represen
;
t, g k? But best of all and far more important tative. No longer does the heated, tit .... lfi
t In its effects upon him. was the enforced scrambling, throng hear his words, j I .
a
t1-1: ,' reliance upon himself which his ) \Ji' te.w
coun- bidding each of them be patient pat.1 I
try rearing '(entailed a rearing which I\ rlotic pure. Forgotten are the sage : should always have a bottle of SAZERAC

t'j has helped to make some of the fore1'i -{counsel that fell from his lips, and I Sazerac Cocktails.You I KT Ln your sidebOard Your friend
most men of the world. To the city i I the example of his honesty' Is obscured : .
; lad things come ready made; to the by the greed for gold.' 'q" n, T* _WY/-- willrnjoyit.. They are:put-up in varie. !/ . .' .
R country lad. that which comes is We might close our eyes to these ties. On sale at all firsYelass saloons,
mado by him. Money cannot buy th facts and life
: ; go through singing with! ;* ;
pleasures which he Is compelled ti i little Pippa the maid from the silk Pt"I
seek, and his sorrows; are his OWl: mills "God's In his Heaven, all's rignti 0,14, _

iF ;;r and who surround uncomraunicable the to the man]i with the world" but If we do, we but We are Always Glad to; Quote You Prices on Anything in our Line as' We are Sure to Get Your .I
,t ; ; city youth. Unablt i proclaim our own blindness to those

a .scenes to divert and his thoughts sorrows of by urban the shifting lifcj a i j but who all's hear not.us.right God's with in the his world.Heaven Waj Order afterwards. We Buy in' such ,Large Quantities that we can Afford to Sell Goods Cheap. i ofso

9 1t they" remain his own and he wrestle!j read daily of those in' high places whoa I
i /1 with them alone and early learns t !have been weighed and found wanting -
't t know the isolation of the individual s'; and never was too need of clean Sito
4h: :i the isolation of the soul a knowledgew.hJch men more patent than today in

f must come to every one before i these United States. The praise and I
't.. he can be fully awake to the sns j rommendations showered on Jerome '
h tl4 that upon him alono rests the resporf; Folk. LaPollette, and others who
i'' so THE LEWIS BEAR COMPANY toT
q, sihility of hisown acts and thee re'> signally stand for' purity in public ]
: r it'rit sponslbility for the performance 01 1 life but intensify- the need of more ,
# x ails duty to his fellow men. Washington -;nen of that stamp. No; longer Is pubIc sek'

was full to overflowing with thi! office a public trust but rather a .' ucih
;;-i. 'ense of responsibility, and well did[ source of private gain. Patronage
e
lie measure up to the strength which i fcas: usurped the place of merit and WHOLESALE GROCERS AND JOBBERS
cry, f ,r ;it required. Ever seizing and receiv wealth rules instead of worth. The ,
Y', t t t ing wisdom from his friends and COOn- Influence and power of the third toto

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M house is known and understood, and-I f to a party campaign fund. Their i from'the lower orders the old world.It .!for the' ends they have in -view. That that is--earthly- of- the first ciu/pn 01 dla

,: not tear the hairbrushes! its aid is often invoked by the unscrupulous thefts were small, their crimes: were cannot1' but be that the inflow into I this is no idle fear is amply attestedby the United States. 'More than a ""n
i desiring to promote favorable [ great for they have debased themselves our :Rational life of the turbid and the recent exposurcsof the 'shameless tury and a half have fled since a .**
I
: E ; .: .',, f: are strong and service- legislation or' to stifle. that j i i who as trustees should have sewer' laden waters of Europe must graft and connivance at vice of rowing nation tf'lcntly sealed the 1')1" a

: t ./ t' J'that: able shapely and which is unfavorable. I i been without reproach, a stimulous to leavers-: sediment from which springs; men high in 'municipal power in St. of that cenotaph but the made t le
.:1 beautiful Within the year a United States i those 'below them to mount to the ftnd.tiy! which is nourished criminal Louis. Minneapolis, Chicago Pitts- Potomac has .ever flowed to '""
tbEr
If withal-take senator has been convicted by the i heights above. Is It any wonder that indifference' to the demands: of good burg Philadelphia, and, New York. Ocean, mingling its waters with hoof
y I:, :1:.I krmn r up quite a bit courts of entering into:a conspiracytot |, we cry out for honest men? Men of Citizenship., It would be well for us:I These examples are straws, showing the deep and coloring the spa aoo':1:
'
: ; ::'-<. of our showcase and drawer defraud the government: ,, whose rugged, aggressive, unswerving, un to'':pause and consider as one of the'' the direction' of 'the wind but for leagues. So may the influent ,tl' eat
r ; ;: ). .' laws he swore to obey and uphold,and fluctuating, unhairsplitting honesty? means' 'raising the level of public I they are also, warnings to correct the Washington ever flow among n .
t 1 .... .. ,.' :..:.. : room. Many forms and sizes his We than'ylrtu stoppage this inflow :
." whose probable punishment escape need such men more today ]1 the of and I evils or' prepare. for. the whlrlw'.nd.:: : children coloring their lives and 'opelling r
5S :(E Er l ;; 4j': \i ("Military" or single), ed 'only by the kindly Interposition of ever before -in;.:our history. This Is' to>' heed:!' the wisdom -of the author 'of Two- ..Great- 'Americans" them to be worthy of tisrir a
d i \.i ci: .. many death." Still another, 'has been judi- the generation 'for ns to stamp on "Weal of ,Nations," who :warned us,I sire; and may all those who )ii tier!: m
\ i ; prices. And not hair brushes, cially convicted of prostituting his official our banners, Washington's, words, "1: thus 5 -rbe constant Importation as Cut nations se' men, are not all are' called to high estate and to rain1.!! f
(." \\\ influence for his private gain. hope that I shall;possess' firmness and' now, Jn this country of the lowest'orders -I good nor'all bad,' and U 'Is 'with Infll ter great trusts whEn the ahem visitor d

only-tooih brushes nailbrushes and yet another, perhaps as well virtue enough to maintain what ,,1 :'x>f people from abroad to dilute,l nite'pleasure that! icy.turn ,to examples comes to claim them, with !Wan clht
1 ; ;; flesh brushes known as any man[ In public:life, today consider the most enviable of all the quality of our national manhood.'!of Americans of.the best type to dem- merit these words of Kipling
t I "'''" too. in his ''old age :standa as having titles that of an honest man." Public is'.a'sad and beggarly prostitution of onstrate that there '4s yet: 'a leaven "He scarce had need to doff bu ds!: htu
'- r .d- Bush up on brushes.Ho&ton's sold his influence with various lawmaking honesty should be- synonymouswith the, noblest gift ever conferred upona ''I that: will leaven the wh"ole, lump, IS or slough the dross of earth.
bodies to the'mammoth in- private honesty. Too prone are peopl Who shall respect a peo-I r American: people but do their part E'en as he trod that day to God. surance companies of the east; while public servants with casuistry, too pie who :do, not respect their own:'!: of the leavening. Two of these walked he from his birrh. !v
x Pharmacy the disclosures: of the rottenness-cm-, fine to stand the, test of truth to distinguish blood?' Ani: how shall a national I!r Americans have within, the month In simpleness and gentlenes-v] : ld a
rup'tion'and graft In several of 'the)i between trust reposed by the spirit 'or any determinate and proportionate :<;I passed away. One world famed as honor, and clean mirthOPERA n,
'
.' E The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery governmental departments are too'; neighbor and that -reP rsed by the character' arise out of so i i; the greatest 'merchant of the' age and i
r complete and too recent! to_have yetj': neighbors. The 'dirty- to the one is many,..tow-bred associations and cross-I I widely loved for his open handed
: PHONE 1100 faded fronTyour minds"*' 1 I held as sai'rpd_ the duty to the many grained temperments imported from'charity. ; the other no less renowned

fe;a tr _._ Appalling Exposures. is held as-lightly y-.s the' rose petals eve clime? It was indeed fitting!i i ias: 'a warrior and- 'equally beloved and UOUSE rrY
--- ------ -- --
------ ,', In the that Pan.- who was the of respected .simple .Christian
4 palm of youthful gayety. son as a gentleman -
The man is ready to condone 'I .
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average '
l '. t' a.......*................*........+.............+....., and palliate these offenses with! emedy With the People. body; was the ugliest of the everY-j i ant ,a capable honest. patriotic
'With dangers from within public ,servant. These men living MATINEE AND NIGHT
:a : rt CHEAP COFFEE IStier. i the specious plea that' all -'things ..arepermittedIn 1, The wrong lies with the people be- :Its from tip without Is It not fair heard the teachings{ wtt'ch. Wash- I
C this
j politics.vBut yen cause the remedy lies with the peo 26.
false and impotent: excuse will not i. time for.us to turn to Washington and ingtpn's mEt exemplifiesThey: lived Monday, Feb. a
:
ple. All officials are servants'"and re- his i precepts to aid us' In this'crisis In' his shadow, and their lives were a
A POOR INVESTMENT. avail to explain .the These'* exposures of .the movable by their masters; Wien,,'of".national .character? patterned after the masters model Eugene,Spofford Offers the New Mu:* b
.f past few"months. have'broughtto : .
laws
they transgress the afford' adeQuate 11"!
One of them. New, England.claimed] asa teal Comedy
: light appalling conditions -existing redress if the laws be Fears. Well, Grounded. j IiI
,, What is the use of drinking coffee unless ;you can do. so with T in the oldest and most substantial insurance : ed into action by the Qu1.cken.t 'But perhaps It maybe- son; the other.yielded allegiance to Iif
thought that
Southland
'but
,' t : pleasure? Cheap coffees have that heavy, companies "In ''tha" country tour,j own both of The of BhongBook I
muddy taste that will: spoil : est of the people. No system I, exalr; rat the gravity of the situ-i! them belonged to the nation, which Rajah
; k any meal no matter how elaborate it may be. THE DiF.KERtivtJnBETWEEN ( Men of hitherto unquestioned "uone ty' can endure in the path of an avalancheof atloi and .I would not be understood shall point with pride
) ever as
worthy
t
tr t GOOD COFFEE and bad coffee is so great-that we-can't i have confessed or else! '' have been public movement and If thepeople that w'
as: meaning this'magnificent emulation'tuid
: natioti -I iot respect, to Marshal L. Robert
and W.
how Lyrics by
to
see people buy some of the alleged forced confessZhat1hey'hkvebeenfalse ;
r coffees that sold. Our : *
are move the transgressor must is becomng! decadent, and that i' Field and Joe Wheeler. tt
;: Cafe De Monde Coffee has been a standard and popular.coffee.here to their trust. Wise to their poll-':reform or flee. But perhaps the virus the of Music _by Hal. L. CampbelL.A
principles righteousness justice 1 'type4.,,] '
\ These
,3 :f' + for the past 15 years. Carnival coffee In cans, 1 lb. 40 cents 2 Ibs. : cy-holders; "and false""T6"themselves.: works from the bottom and the corruption : and honesty are being for- are May their tribe totr
4. t' 75c. 3 lbs $1.00 Is of exceptional flavor and aroma-others like it it was a sad and pitiable% : sight(one-to j[ in high place is the combined gotten. Thank God such is wholly the Increase until excellence, .such as featureful Fountain of Fun. trii
not theirs excites
no comment
*md.'",you will too. Phone us your coffee wants. We : make a thoughtful man refl a. 'Wht'Dl because of See the Beautiful Chorus.
guarantee you i'result of the Indifference of the .
rase, but' J.anrestly. feel that there its'rarity, and may' the 'leaders of Scenic Prod'tr
the
A Big Bewildering
WlU 'la pleased. Ming Priscus drinks under thj skillful cross "examination tta
: fine. worthy and burgesses, andof I
yoeman is : and ,
j-eal
a present danger that our people approach ana: equal the longtime lion.
of
an adroit counsel those hoary '
+ 14-W GardenPhone itOandBSa"Sy.le I headed thactin, malign Influence of 'the public men. will forget that they are dweller at Mt. Vernon A Dazzling: Dream of Delight!
The 'presidents admitted' that
LAZ Popular they worse elements- of the nation' Bud ,bat servants of the people who elect There Washington's.tomb Jtas
rests
i. :: 183 Grocer had. speculated with-trust funds, that perhaps these worse elements Ind having :20-PEOPLE-30
\ owe .ed JUenC;; forgotten will!, upon the bank of'that-stream well be-
....................... ..........NZ .....+.... had they contributed had bribed.other legislators people's-, that they their continuous existence and growth!not consider' the'means they use. " money to the constant> 'rccrtilting. of them 'long aa'they seem ..o promise successy Within the 'mausoleumreposes all Matinee; 50 and 75 cents.

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THE -How have I given yon away?" He shook. his head over my convention |i the day together to a giddy young setcontinued" Raffles. >tTs Cie-place

I ignored the separate insult in bis al view. Human nature was a board schoolgirl? I would not be unfair for .where the _deed's got to be done.'

OF THEEMPEROR last word. of checkers Why not reconcile oneselfto the world. I think I have admittedthat "So ;yon still mean to do itr

GIFT "How? I should have thought any alternate black and white? Why desire -, the young person had points. Her ,"Did I ever say I didn't?"

clod could see that. I meant. us to meet to b e all one thing or all the other, eyes I suppose were really: fine and "You have said BO little either way.1* ''

by chance!" like our forefathers on the stage or In certainly the shape of the little brown "Advisedly so. my dear Bunny." Why

i "After taking both tickets yourself?" the old fashioned fiction? For his face was: charming, BO tar as mere spoil a pleasure trip by talking onnec-'

They know nothing about that on part he enjoyed himself on all squares contour can charm. I admit also mere eseary shop? But now the time baa

II III No.- 6 of the Series board. Besides, I hadn't decided whenI of the board and liked the light the bet- j 1
took the tickets." ter for the shade. My conclusion he viable health mettle and vitality I not at alL"

((tr'a'y l f'71. by Charles" Soioet Son) "Then you should have let me know .considered absurd. I may not have occasion to report any "On land?"

HEX the king of the can. when yon did decide. ..You lay your "But you err in good company, Bun of this. young lady's speeches (they "\o, on board tomorrow night 1'oe
plans and never say a word and expect for all the night would do but tomorrow Is bet. ,
uibal islands made faces r. ny cheap moralists who' would scarcely bear it), and am therefore -
'tV me-to tumble to them by light of preach the same twaddle. Old Virgil ter in care of mishap.: If we went
Victoria the
at Queen and a I more anxious to describe her .
European monarch set nature. How was I to know you had was the first and worst offender of yon ; without injustice. I confess to some forced to use violence we could getaway
I anything on?" alL I back: myself to-climb out of by the earliest train and nothing
i the cables tingling with little prejudice against her. I resented
i 7 I had turned the tables with some I be known till the ship was sailing
Yl compliments on the Arernus any day I like, and sooner or I her sneeens with Raffles, of whom ,
t t
effect Raffles almost hung his head. ij and Von Heomana found dead or i
later I shall ,climb out for good. ;
I eiplo't! the indignation in : t in con equeace. I saw less, and lea
fact Is Bunny, 1 didn't mean ed"-
"The I can't well turn drug
suppose very myselfInto
,, not less than the each day. It Is a mean thing to haveto
gtga., : is surer .
!: "
I
\ to know.Youyou've grown sucha limited "Not dead! I exclaimed
1i you a liability but I
company : hare'
I ', confess but there must been
Ir the thing was not so common "
pious rabbit in your old age. 'could retire and settle down and live "Of course not. assented RalBaa'
I 4! ii :sv since I lieooni'*. But when it A :My nickname and his tone went fal'to blamelessly ever after. I'm not .sure something not unlike jealousy rankling Nor there would be BO need for ns to

1 1M 'p:1't'd: that a :gift of peculiar sig- R mollify me. Other things went farther that it couldn't be. done on this pearl within me.Jealousy bolt But if we should have to bolt.

1I w '(0'ft<* to follow the congratula- / but I had much to forgive him alone!* there" was in 'another quarter Tuesday morning is our time, when

I i' s.. o give them weight: the infer- still. "Then :you don't still think it too re- -crude rampant, undignified jealousy this ship has got to sail whatever hap

ra ''{"t'\8Ih-d that the white potentate "If you were afraid of writing I markable to sell?"* Captain Von Ueumann would pens. But I don't anticipate any
4U'' rue black had taken simultaneous 1. curl his nroetaches into twin spires violence. Vlotonee is confession off I
a
t rr A\\ pursued "it was your business to rive "We might take a fishery and bad
I IP: "f' .>f their fourteen senses. For the / -- me the tip the moment I set foot on It up with smaller.fry. It would come shoot his white cuffs over his rings and terrible incompetence. In all these

! f new a pear of price unparalleled. board. would have taken It all right. after months of ill lack just as we stare at me insolently through his rimless years how many blows have yon

pus 'a ,i'oretnne by Hnti!'h cutlassesfr J 1 I am not so virtuous as all that." were going; to sell 1 the schooner. By eyeglasses. We ought to hare con- known me to strike? Not one, I be
I'ol\'nesiau and soled each other but we never exchanged lieve, but I have been quite ready to
: setting presented Was it my imagination or did Raffles Jove, it would. 'be the talk of the Pacifier -
it, i C i i idSh royalty to the sovereign Posed by Kjrle ,look slightly ashamed? If so it was a syllable. The captain had a kill my man every time If the worst

.;, al this restor- Brew.THERE WAS A. J: RAFFLES. time in all murderous scar across: one of his came to the worst.
"" :; opportunity of! for the first and last the "Well, we've got to get it first. Is
,'.. i' Ilf its original: possessor I :years I knew him nor ca. I swear to this Von What' -his-name a formidablecuss cheeks a presenMrom Heidelberg, andI I asked him how be proposed to enter
.. each with his ", used to think how he must long to Von Heumann's stateroom unobserved -
a.'iJl"llt would have been strained preoccupied it .
: ? a god arettes for Raffles to smoke on the evennow."That I !' T'"More
v' I the press 'a few weeks later. own thoughts. It was months since voyage.* But my heart was as light aa ," said he, "was the, vet; thing so than he looks, and he bas bare Raffles there to serve' the same. and even through the curtained
we had met. and as I saw him off I meant to do-to lie In wait ii l It was not as though Van Neumann gloom of ours his face lighted up.
i. u ,11 June there were leaders, let- my purse on the Monday morning, the my the cheek of. the tle"ilr'I !
1,. ., :a"i ;;< headlines, leaded type, thei toward 11 o'clock that Sunday night I fairest morning of an unfair summer room and get you as yon passed, bui"*- As he spoke a white drill skirt fluttered never had his inntngs. Raffles let him "Climb into my bunk. Bunny, and '

>. v 'hrouicle devoting half its liter- I'fancied it was for more months that when the special whirled me through "You were better engaged?" I past the open stateroom door go in several times a day tor the malicious you shall see"
pleasure of bowling him out as I did so, but could see nothing.!! Raf-
we were saying goodby. the sunshine "Say otherwise and I of
;:t' t"r a harming drawing of theca to the sea. caught a glimpse an upturned
1 ,,.ii .-tpital which the new Pall i I II But as we waited for the train I saw A tender awaited us at Southampton. :1 "The charming Miss Werner mustache beyond. he was "getting set" Those were his flea reached across me and tapped the
I words when I taxed him disingenuously sort of in the
a trapdoor
M I: ii, in :< leading: article beaded by a I those clear eyes peering, at me under Rallies was not on board, nor did I i 1 "She is quite charming" "But is: he the chap we have to deal ventilator
,'uuised' tile government to blow j jt j the station lamps, and when I met I really look for him till we reachedthe "Most Australian girls are," said L with? Won't the pearl be in the with obnoxious conduct toward a wall above his bed some eighteen
German German boat"You'll Incbefl long and half that height It
** on a _
., finNicis; 1 was, myself driving a their glance Rallies shook bis head.' liner's side, and then I looked in "How did you know she was one? purser's keeping?"
outward into the
disliked
i I "Ion don't look well on It. Bunny" he crIed. Raffles stood at the door frowningout make yourself on opened ventilatingshaft
(poor hut not dishonest quill at the 1, rain Ills face \t'as'not among ,the '

r JH, a-il the topic of the hoar'goaded i f said!: tie "I never did believe in this many that fringed the rail; his hand :I "I heard her speak." upon the Solent but for an instant I boardr"By!Von "That." said he 'Is our door to for
f irto satiric verse which obtained Ia I Thames valley You want a change of was not of' the few that waved to !!i IJruiei' stud ivaue laughing.:. 'She he turned to. me with 4* snit!. Seaman merely. i
tune. it If like. You
"But is that wise when he's the manwe've Open ;jon won'Osee
trtt"r place than anything I had yet air. friends. I climbed aboard in a sudden I I| has no nore twang than' you have. .*"My good fellow do you suppose the much, because it doesn't far
I wished I might get it. Her peop'e are German1.she has,been whole ship's knows there's a got to get next to. open ;
company
arced oat 1 had let my flat in towns heaviness. I had no ticket or the mon but of wilt
I did. To loosening a' couple screws
:;d u&en: inexpensive quarters at ,II "What" you really want is a sea voy ey to pay for one. I did not even to school in Dresden" and: is on her gem like that aboard? You said thatit have"The chummed wisest thing up with ever him 'would set that all right The shaft as yet

Th:!imes l itton on the plea of a disinterested age. know the number of my room. My way out alone. I was worth !100,000; In Berlin they have been fatal-the common dodge." may see, is more or less bottomless;
passion for the ri er. "And a winter at St. Moritz, or do heart was In my mouth as I waylaid ""Money I inquired. say it's priceless. I doubt if the skipper under It whenever to
I I was consoled, encouraged almost :yon pass yon go
rirst rate, old boy!" said Raffles I you recommend Cannes or Cairo?. It's I a steward and asked if a Mr. Raffles "Confound your he said, and, though himself knows that Von Heumann has content I bad feared Raffles was your bath and the top is a skylight on

(who must needs rome and see me I,all l very well, A.. J.. but you forget wts on board. Thank I\"en-he was! I he was laughing. I thought it was a it on him." neglecting things, and I told him BO the bridge. That's why this thing has
what I told about funds." But where? The man did not know,; perntat which the'subJect ,might 4>e "And he has?" -- J -
tliere" lying: back: In the boat while 1 you my In'a burst Here we were near Gibraltar to be done while we're at Genoa because
t\'uUecl: :and tteered" 'l suppose they ""I forget nothing. I merely don't was plainly on some other f'rrand.1 I changed.:: "'Must-have." and not a word since the So- tbey'kt'ep no watch on the bridge
want to hurt feelin s. But look and I must "Well" I said, oMit wasn't for Miss "Then we have only him to deal ,
l'aO'J pretty well for these eh? your hunting go. lent lie shook his bead with a smile. In port The ventilator ,opposite ours
"Not a penny" here-a f'a"oyage; you shall have. was no sign of him on the promenadedeck i' Werner you wanted us to play strangers with? "Plenty of time. Bunny; plenty of |Is Von Heumann's It again will only'

We'll spend July .In the Mediterranean. !: and none below in the saloon. was It? ,You have some deeper He answered me without a word. mean a couple of screws! and there'sa
;\oc::eiise, Kunny': I thought they i I eh tiI 1e.. We aa do nothing before we
." The smoking room was empty but fora game than that, ? Something white was fluttering past beam to stand on while work."
paid so WI II? Gire them time and '' get to Genoa, and that won't be till you
I you')11) pet your check: I "But you're playing cricket" little German with a red mustache 'I I i *1 suppose I liave once more, and Raffles, stepping forth Sunday night The voyage is still "But, If anybody should look up from
Theu hadn't you better tell me made the three. "
"Hang the crlcketl""Well twisted into his Nor was Raffles promenaders below?
eyes
Oh. I luu said I Let's make the
no t. gloomily. 1 "* young and so are we.,
1 meant it"- :! what: itjs? S .' t S S "It's that "any
"I be thought'you In his own cabin whither I inquired most'of while can." extremely unlikely
\e got to content with the honor I {1 things we
of getti.i in, The editor wrote to says "Of course I meant .1L N\\I11 yon I my way in desperation but the !: Raffles treated me to the old cautiousscrutiny ''I do not ask to set foot aboard a finer It was after dinner 'on the prome- body will be astir below- o unlikely

\", [in "',""> many words," I added. But I I coraeJ" I eight of his own name on the baggagewas that I knew so welL* The steamship than the Uhlan of the Nord- nade deck, and as Raffles spoke, he, that we can afford to chance it No
1 care the gentleman his distinguished j "Like a shot' -if you go." certainly a further reassurance. '!'I! very familiarity of it, 'after all these deutscher Lloyd to meet a kindlier glanced sharply fore and aft leaving I can't have you there to make sure.

c me i j I I'lou And 1 shook; his hand and waved J Why he himself kept in the background i t 1 months, set me smiling in a way that gentleman than her then commander 1 me next moment with a step full of The great point is that neither of us

nine in farewell with the perfectly however. I could not ('on'elve.nd : might have reassured him, for dimlyalready' or better fellows than his officers. This! j I retired to the smoking. should be seen from the time we turn

tt" for don't mean to say"you've writ-i!I good humored conviction that I should'I, '\ only, sinister reasons would 8UgI 'I'I I divined his enterprise."It much at least let me have the grace to j room purpose.to smoke and read in a corner in. A couple of ship's boys do sentrygo ;

\ payment already'o hear no more of the matter. It was a I lest themselves in explanation. J, won't send you off in the pilot'sboat admit-I hated the voyage. It was no f I'and to watch Von Heumann. who very on these decks and they shall be.

It was: the last thing 1 had lu-I passing: thought: no ,more, no less. I :t I "So there you are! 1've been looking Bunny" fault of anybody' connected with the : soon came to drink beer and to sulk our witnesses. By Jove it'll be then\
tendw} to admit Hut I bad done "
<<
I I

1ft. murder was ont. There was found me wishing myself out of England I Despite the graven prohibition I had r rI 1.11'n-you remember the pearl you which was monotonously ideal. Not Few travelers tempt the Red sea at "If Von Heumaon doesn't resist
K:! .t further 'I
e had
> concealment: Itr i for good and all. I was making tried the bridge as a last resort, and ,'I wrote tbe"I I I even in my own heart did the reason f midsummer. The Uhlan was very "Resist! lie won't get _the chance. t
I ten: for my money because I really! nothing. I could but subsist on the ,I there Indeed was A. J. Raffles seatedon ,! I did reside. Conscience and I were I divorced indeed. She had however, buta He drinks too much beer to sleep 1
I empty t
r! u'eSHl It. If be must know. I was I difference between the rent I paid for a tkylight and leaning over one of t sentence. at last and the decree made limited supply of cabins on the prom- light, and nothing is so easy as to y

i I r cur nlh!: hard up. Raffles nodded as my flat and the rent at which I had I the officers' long chairs In which re-i i'I "You've gjjj it!" I (cried my face on i absolute. With my' scruples had fled enade deck, and there was just; that chloroform a heavy sleeper. You're I:

j hough!! Ue !knew already warmed t sublet it, furnished for the season, dined a girl in a white drill coat and fire, tor.I. caught sight of It that moment : all'fear and I was ready to revel between I excuse for my sharing Raffles' room.I even done it yourself on an occasion

b. my woe; ,*. It was no easy matter and the season was near its end. and 'skirt-a slip of a girl with a pale skin : in the stateroom mirror. I bright skies and sparkling sea i could have had one to myself downstairs of which it's perhaps unli'r'! to remind
j
t> i keep;: your end up as a raw free Was it remarkable Raffles seemed taken aback. hearted detachment of Vnn nenmann wUl l.
1 creditors awaited me in town dark hair and rather eyes j with the light but I must be up above. you. > pant sensation ;,
,
b: -e of letters For my part I was' I possible to be entirely honest? I had So much noted as he rose and quickly : 'ot yet," ,said, he, "but I mean to Raffles himself. It was Raffles himself' Raffles had insisted that I' should insist almost as soon as I get my t

tfnid: I wrote neither well enough nor I run no bills when I had money In my turned. Thereupon I could think of have it ,before we get to N'aples. who prevented mt", but not Raffles on the point so we were together hand through his ventilator:- I shall

1 Ll enough for success I suffered from pocket, and the more downright dishonesty nothing but the swift grimace which "Is It on board?" alone. It was Raffles and that colonial I think without suspicion though also crawl 1 in over his body Bunny my,

t n'r,.item ineffectual feeling after seemed to me the less ignoble.But preceded a start of well feigned a "Yes." ., minx on her way home from without any object that I could see. boy%"
in 'f. Terse I could manage but it t from Raffles of course I beard ishment. ston-1 I "But how-where-who's got It?" school. -And ir

- flu lint pav: TO personal paragraphs nothing more., A week wegtlby and "Why, Bunny!" cried Raffles. "Where j "A little German officer, a whippersnapper What he could see in her-but that On the Sunday afternoon I was "You will band me what I want and
*< Ihl' baser journalism I could not the with perpendicular mus asleep ,in my berth-the lower one- hold the fort in case-of accidents and
half another week. Then late on have you sprung from T' begs the question: Of course he saw
)1n rr** I would not stoop. second Wednesday night I found a I stammered something as he pinched 1 I taches." no more than I did. but to annoy m('. when the curtains were shaken by generally lend me the moral support

," n"les.* : n dried again this time with telegram from him at my lodgings my band. "I saw him in the smoke room.1.. or perhaps to punish me for my long Raffles who was in his shirt sleeves on you've made me require. It's a luxury

N I s-ifje+! that stayed in his eyes as he after seeking him vainly in town and "And are you coming in this ship i, "That's the chap He's always there defection, be must turn his back on the settee."Achilles. Bunny, but I found it devilish difficultto

:c: I""u"'fl l bs'1 k "'UchiDmt'/ I knew i dining; with desperation at. he solitary And to Naples too? Well upon my Herr Captain Wilhelm von Heumann. me and devote himself to this chit from : sulking in his bunk" ( do without it after you turned pi!" '

IH tint! h" was thinking of other thIngs I t dub to which I still belonged 1' word! :\liss'R'erner may I Introduce '! if you look, at the list Well, he's the Southampton to the Mediterranean.They "What else is there to do? 1 asked He said that Von Heumann was cer

hl I 'tivttvx fj! to, and I thought I knew I .'.\rran e to leave Waterloo by North himT' special envoy of the emperor, and he's were always together. It was him as I stretched and yawned. I tain to sleep with a bolted door which

>It[ whit I'If' was !going to saHe had German' Lloyd sJ(>Cial." he wired, "9125: 'I And he did so without a blush, describing taking the pearl out with him!" I too absurd. After breakfast they I tone noted and however did the best good to catch humor it of his be, of course, would leave unbolted,
nd! ft Jxfwe I ito will meet "You found this out in Bremen?" I my and spoke ,of other of laying a
v> often lie was sure a. In. Monday nest; you me ns an old Pehoo'fellow! i would begin and go on until 11 or 12 H I Bunny ways
IIn. Fay' i it a-:ain.! I had my answer I Southampton aboard Lhlan ,with. tick-. whom he had: not seen for -months, "No. in Berlin, from a newspaperman at. night There was no intervening I "I." have found something eke. false scent while rifling the cabin. Not

n.Ir ""I1.! but ev'dertly! he was tired of ets; am writing." I f I know there. I'm ashamed to hour at which you might} not hear her that Raffles anticipated a tiresome

I tsK":c the! Ram question His lids And write he did a light\ hearted with willful circumstance and gratuitous tell you. Bunny, that I went there on nasal laugh or his quiet voice talking I "I dare say! The search. The pearl would be about VonIleumann's
I "You nKsunderstand whippersnapper's -
me.
detail that filled\ at with
me once "
nls !in Raffles
tai I:, loni\; ?, letter'enough but full of serious solicitude purpose! I II soft nonsense into her ear. Of courseIt person- fact
i ) tbi' : he bad his this
I paper making
and century
revolt I
confusion suspicion felt
11"> health and jmyself j burst out laughing. : Is it conceivable knew exactly where and in what he
i i"5yl 1 and for !
< and I for me my was nonsense "
milled the of the fish
lengib afternoon. I've had other to
for both and I did fry.
I.m ': blushing us ,
it I asked how ha
<: Ir-t 1 wa.i letter almost touching in "You needn't be ashamed. You are that a man like Raffles with his knowledge kept Naturally
of prospects 'I
before the side of
Hampton Court I 1
I I address deserted swung my legs over my
My
bl f in the not care. utterly I the I was rather : could' have come by such knowledge,
'l 11010.1' again."tnd the light: of our past relations, and Imade no effort to doing very thing hop- of tbe'world :and his experienceof : berth and sat forward as be was sitting -
.. He me recoerit going to the : his and his answer led up to a momentary
rvpttire. ing were propose of character
of their complete you side upon
J' they twilight women-a
The
attention. inner door a
give nothing for all
you to carry the thing off. All I would .
tv '. had booked two berths to (II other day on the river. never touched unpleasantness."It's!
>j said that he which I have purposely
y dear! and bolted and
bhut
: Bunny, they're to mumble such words Raf- grating, was curtained
capij j was as i
,0ld bound for Capri. 1'I "You it?" said Raffles, : a old story Bunny. I
not -> : Naples, that we were ifles were hoping for It deserves another volume Is It very '
ny : into like the porthole."We
J" ,1C serves, hut for crys actually put my mouth, and open
: : which clearly the Island of the ; with his eyes wide open. Indeed, it I ask, that'fI uch a man could really forget la what book it comes;
n-: wa credible
; your fubj-trt and putting; it in j that I doubt not with a thoroughly evil shall be at Genoa before sun'r
I tt'llf'II.: Certaiuly lotus eaters; that we would bask there i was his' turn to show surprise and find ajrjhjns; but noasensejto talk by .I.II I I'm only sure of the Testament But
*** you'vp taught me t together and for awhile forget It grace. | mine to be much more ashamed thanI Samson was the unlucky hero and one
Shoal it than I knew befoie. Rut j "So you saw! my name in the list ofpassengers "
k letter. I had never felt"Yes I Delilah the heroine
charming
.' .really worth frrffa) )< single! ) was a and came in search of me? I
And be looked that Icould
the privilege of initiation ," I answered "I was quite keenon so knowing
- I seen Italy; old I I
Good Bunny say though. ;
No mfstake was greater the but I wasn't to not be In a moment's doubt as
should be his. idea going propose
hundred I J ('hcve. But that j wish you'd share my cabin. I've got'i to his meaning."So : '
country -
- t' than to deem it an impossible!\ It.oo"Yt't
!n't st'an. I I a beauty on the promenade deck-butt I .
the fair Australian has been
of Naples: I playIng
The bay '
+IUl1: red for the summer. wouldn't you would have listened to me i
promise to by
thousand pound: said I Ij of they keep me jmyself } Delilah?" said I.
1. I' \u never so divine, and he wrote the other day 1"Certainly' x
with his WP- ought to see about it
bej j
eyes Phut And again "
the '
though 10 a very harmless. Innocent sort of
: "(nrJ"' 'lands forlorn, {. as some'alien. I I and I told him
.. 'Ie certain what was coming, but to his pen. To fore they shove In In any would so I way." .
r" J t was mistaken "If it's worth I poetry sprang unbidden case we shall have to get out of this. ; without reserve; not brazenly; you un ;
and'prose.'I might "She got his mission out of him r
Oai: he I come back to earth I For a quartermaster had entered the-! derstand not even now with the gusto jI
1:1-: cried at last, "there would i him to choose a tf 'I "Yea I've.forced him to scare all the
of 14 j'
think it unpatriotic i a: I
e
such
to( wheelhouse aud even while we had eta man who savors an adventure -
Jttllli ud of it at all. It's notE | other line did points he could and that was his great
a diamond: German boat but on ,no been speaking the'pilot had taken possession : ; for Its own sake, but doggedly, defiantly y
that you tan receive attention and accommodation stroke, as I hoped it would be. He bas
such
teeth, as one who
you of the bridge. As we descended through my
ii"S FUbdi\"iile'l I
: roar pardon: There was even shown Amy the pearL"
g 1 "Stninr," for your money. the tender left us, with flying handkerchiefs had tried to live honestly and failed.
,
Uatnt"St'rotf', eh And she told
.tnd<< a hint of better reasons. and shrill goodbye and as : And while I was about it I told him "Amy, promptly
i. h, "said' ) 110 more about the em j j j"r as he had telegraphed, ,from Bremen; we bowed to Miss Werner in the much more. Eloquently enough I dare your
;:''U. for prde; tlinves an'! personal use:; :' of the kind. What makes '
on the "Nothing
that ,
: and I gathered promenade deck:( there came a, deep "say. I gave him chapter and verse of i _
1>. :3' 11'I>('t. and no privation would :i of some little Influence with the autborttips <: slow throbbing underfoot and our voyage my hopeless struggle my inevitabledefeatfor 't + -a.; :you think so? I bad the greatest

ti. drawn from me the proposal there had resulted In a material i had begun.It hopeless and inevitable trouble- In getting out of h4>r."

L 11 I had espectN Rallies to make reduction In our fare between they to with record His tone should have been a RU:.
11 f did not begin pleasantly; were a man my ,
.XIrtatitnr bad and .delight! i I fit lent to me. I bad not tbe
been half a hope.s'h excitement : warning
even record was written
"0 Imagine! my Raffle and me. On deck be bad overborne though that
;- I only I knew' it now. But I managed: to pay what I owed( at ; my stubborn perplexity by dint only in one's own eoul. It was the old 1 tact to take" It as such. At last I knew '

l '.r ul! i nP touch again ou whatr Thames: Ditton, to squeeze a small editor of a forced 'though forceful Joviality .story. ; of the thief trying to turn honest the_ meaning, of_ his, furious_ _flirtation. :

..' "' I'roes'ed l> to have forgotten- for a \"Pry'sm ll check( and my i In his cabin the gloves were off. 'man. The thing was against nature ------------ .
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r : jka SaM #* hide it than to put it in that box where Lovering was a member of-"the fresh with the revolver in his free hand. weapon from the floor and pointed it out. I knew you eren't to be trustp.1
I I Sizsmi: any burglar couldn't help'finding It. I ; air cult. Ills windows stood wide open waved Lovering toward the kitchen. straight at Woodbury's bead There with a weapon and I couMn't mercy:
'. I I The Journal's Daily woul n't trust our plated spoons to and the curtains swung .wildly In the "You'll bare to come with us for' a was light now' from the top of tho unload it because you'd notice that: the
: = that contrivance." draft. Two men-the Mme whom little way" said be. stairs and..Lovering, saw the hammerof cartridges weren't there. And cow,"
; I j Her brother made,no reply. lie was I Woodbury bad seen lurking about in /It that moment the whole house suddenly the revolver rise and fall but no she added turning to the Woodburn,

11 1 I The Treasury of N. J. No 10 i fitting a key into the lock,of the box. .the afternoon-observed the flying curtains resounded with a most amazing explosion followed Larry flung It uncle and nephew "let's go and f*If
; and when it was open bo drew forth and one'of them climbed into a claw r. Though the strong: box and down plucked,up the iron bound- box the money is safe."
t: two great gongs. tree that bad a limb extending near to the chain were grossly fraudulent:, the leaped over the struggling men upon "The money!" cried her bro'!)....-. c
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'.:,t !i ;' J ?* BY EVERETT NOLBROOK. 'For further security,", he said "I i one of the windows. When bo descended gongs (which could be tested by any the threshold and fled. "Why. that rascal ran away with it""He
. jtt l :,'f'I Copyright' 1903 by Charles N. Lurie. have purchased these one for the back : to the ground the light bad been extinguished purchaser) were in a measure honest, Then :father Time who had stood on ran away with the "
" t t ..- door and the other for the front door. I and Lovering was abed.. and it was tho one that had been set one foot in order that Levering might plied. "Any thief would
, .il" os **i4&tt4ft: 2&gy a "H'$ t; I 4ti! I It they work well I'll get some little I "That guy has got a gun" the thief above the back door that now fractured have leisure: to_appreciate these horrors course. I knew It:. and :
::7- ; i ones for the window? Just wind 'em !,reported to his partner. "I seen where the whole fabric of the night rushed nimbly on to overtake hla the key I took the money : '

S'1-E -LOVERIXO'S .'house was osity at the sight of these objects."l'erhap8 up Hi.e a clock"II he put it." : To the thieves this was in reality the schedule and dragged 'events along Come."
a jj + "Can you win It?" said the other., voice with him in''a' giddy'whirl. The elder She led the to the :
the arrival of way
interrupted by of friend
was a but they could .not
1 haven't heard that I've
]MI:only a long stone's throw you "
t. three members of N. "Easy. Woodbury appeared h1el Lands full of closet, and there in great: 1
from the liveliest thoroughfare been elected treasurer of N. J. No. 10?" J. No. 10, who know it., If the gong had not rung they a
said Lovering. addressing the had come to pay- considerable sums Half an hour later Lovering awoke would,have gone out by the back way pistols. Joe, the burglar, was tied ,up conspicuously labeled: ':
In the town, where guest.
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up- into the treasury. When he had withdrawn from his first sleep in the grip of name- as. neat as a-1! a )totbecaiT1 package:; and out of use because of
straight into the face of Douglass
"The building. loan association that
i tn a pleasant evening there would beft
with these brethren into another less terror. The noise of one of his they found the treasure of : l
Woodbury (uncle to Margaret's suitor ,
gay parade of young folk, with no my undo belongs to? Xo, I hadn't curtains, snatched with rush )
iy .room Margaret turned to Woodbury. up a by a of and lifelong reposing safely
heard of It. .man strength courage -
i dearth of wayfarers upon soberer errands its was in
spring, still his[ ears. He
rW I ;. but the gleam of the lights andy 'Such 1s the fact" said Levering, "I -think this is all nonsense, don'tyon I turned toward'the window,and againstthe skill with weapons. He was
t "and that that I ?"said she, waving her band toward standing guard with a revolver in each
he bum of the voices seemed to bet means must take caro II" misty, phosphorescent brightness
,f i shut out of the side street by an invisible o.. quite a bit of money for a day or the strong box and the revolver. of the night outside be saw the black h8.Dd.a dead shot with right or left:, k's' 'The
t a ,,t barrier. lie who turned from two every month. The members make "Eh r'"said he, starting. "I beg your I figure of a man whose arm was extended and a man peculiarly merciless toward k'\\ t
+ L the avenue plunged at once into gloom their payments, in the evening, as a pardon. And then returning to the I straight toward Loveringa face, housebreakers Listening at the door p y wt Silverware
::1 1 I ;T $ and silence under the high arch of rule I expect some of them tonight. world of unromantic fact, be studied and there was a dimly shining object he. had put his shoulder against it, and
? :: r elms. The houses stood aloof behind It's likely I may have four or five thou her face. "You're not .a bIt nervous, in,his,hand. the pressure had set off the gong. .So
rIati r and sand do in hand before I are you? Not easily frightened, I the thieves were warned from We
trees and shrubbery were never nrs go to bed. I "You, keep! quiet," said the intruder, sway
-.if r prodigal of gas. Now: a good safe costs a lot of money.I mean. I "or you'll get a bullet! Seer certain 'death and fled through the : J 1 #L
.
A breath of east wind had chilled the can't afford it, ando: 10 won't. So "You're thinking revolvers? I'm not i' "You've got 'my gun!" gasped Lover house to the front door where the 1 Sell
'-t r
May evening. Verandas were deaertedj there you are. I've done the next best timid about them from Ignorance. I ing. ,' younger Woodbury.was posted with a, %1.s .
could take that one to pieces and it t double.
i and between the bustling avenue thing. put barreled shotgun which he had
"Yes, I have, was the- reply. "And r
and bis own doorstep Mr. Levering "A revolver never shoots the right together again, but George couldn't.And ." forgotten to cock.
much .
obliged, .I'm'sure 1
::41 & saw none of his neighbors and beard person" said Margaret "and it alarms he's so nervous and absentminded! Joe's hands were full, and it was 1
Lovering clambered out of bed In"daze
a
4rr 1r+ no Round of them. Highwaymen and I wish" he wouldn't keep the thing wondering what be ought to say Larry who unlocked and opened the .' S1. ,yS
J a housebreakers were the subjects of his loaded. door. Instantly the :gong; over their
.i ti! thought and in unconscious imitation "'Veil, I don't know" said the young or do. lIe dared not cry out There I,f heads deafened,And confounded them. &
t of those unobtrusive people be made avery t u 11III1E2 man doubtfully, And then, with deci- was no other men in the house (exceptthe i They stood for an instant, cowed, and 1
rt1 yin quiet entrance into his own home sion: "The fact is, Margaret, that I robber who had: now entered by the I I I John Woodbury confronted them defenseless /
I r window), and to bring Margaret: or.. r
:pA Indeed he was already in the parlor saw two suspicious looking men hang- ': for the gong bad so startled kV cv I :RTw
ing around here !in the early part of the Aunt .Martha\ :or the maid upon' the him that he I
? and In the act of.depositing great J dropped his gun. _
r y bundle upon the table when his presence evening. They certainly. looked as if scene was to inaugurate a useless mas It was Joe who first recovered his 4 ; is built
} became known. Then hIs sister, they were examining this residence I sacre. So he held his: peace while put. wits. It was for him that moment of 'r 7 on the heirloom it7tll.Ril'V
ei ; 4 Margaret who was sitting upon the j"i with view to a.visit." ting'on such ratoent as the burglar- desperation ,which entraps the house to last for years and years

piano stool turned toward him wtth "I suppose we_ ought to. tell my advised breaker to murder the moment when descend to the next
.1S1' a little cry, and a tall young man brother," said "she "Yet what's the "You don't need no coat; the keys life and liberty are all crowded into a rr

rA Z standing beside her halted suddenly In use? He'll trust his money, to that-ridiculous are in your trousers." single idea-a man blocking the path.Lovering .:o 1847 ROGERS
:! the midst of a pretty speech and acknowledged box Instead of biding it, whichis Ho drove Lovering before him,, like a frozen as in some horribleatghtmare
Mr. Lovering's wordlessgreeting the only safe way., Burglars are al- docile sheep out of the room down the -
with momentary embarrass- ways stupid about finding things, but stairs and into the dining room, where to within, saw Joe whip up the revolver SPOONS. FORKS.
y foot of
Wood-
a Young
i4. t T t, .meat.j fi when it comes to breaking locks. why, he caused the master of the house to bnry'g breast. The action indescribably are as near perfection for this
j 1 f "What's all thatr asked the girl indicating that's their tradef&f course. It George raise a window softly that the second rapid, but was had lost- is possible,and we shall tale :
; "{ the luggage on the table. would only give the-money me and I thief might enter. '" the sense of time. All Levering& showing you all the late !
acts for his
; Levering looked down upon the bundle let me put it away""George "Larry," paid the first addressinghis 'were stretched out till they covered eye THZ THIEF TODTTRD IT STRAIGHT ATVOODBUBI'S reliable brand.
'Q t with grim satisfaction while be will take care of the money partner, "the stuff's in that closet "ages. He bad time to think of innu HEAD. I I
4 rubbed and flexed a weary arm. but he ," said her brother, entering hastily. : Take the keys out of this teller: left merable thing, of his
"Your trinkets hand unlucky purchase the younger "Woodbury and Sftrgaret
' ; did not answer the question. lie seemed are your own Peggy i trousers xiocket"
. 'to be unable ta break from his own and yon may hIde them under a sofa ; The command was obeyed, and the of,fate that by weapon which. it, of the extraordinary enchanted each other with congratulutions .
pillow if think that's-the safe were and the gongs far more warm than any previous
line of meditation and it was altogether you way closet and the cupboard presently ,
also and all other '
k In the manner of one who is 1 1 but leave the funds of the X. J. No. 10 open, but no key upon the bunch features of his silly expression of sentiment between them 107 SOUTH PALAFOX
alone that he slowly drew a revolver ;' to me." And be hurried away with the would unlock the box, because the real plan had turned directly against his would bare seemed to warrant All PENSACOLA
wishes, of the love .
of his
strong box under his sister for this I this, for Lovertnff.:. passed in a flash
''. S from his pocket and laid it carefully arm. key was upstairs in Margaret's room. ::;
who would
+ One of his I young man now be murdered lie beard a Jumble of explanations
'# F; down. Margaret took a step forward visitors bad volunteered She had found it on a table in the t
to help him with the alarm before her eyes (for with the sixth bow the Woodburys had decided
' ..nd viewed the weapon with disfavor."George. gongs and hall where her brother had put It down be knew that to
.;. 4 ," said she "1. It loaded r ii + j with the mooring of the box and as the while he was busy with the gongs sense the head of the stairs she was standingat keep an eye upon the house and had
) and of his
man chance discovered that
the
was
t.M a carpenter was "We with this, something was amiss
: Her brother nodded solemnly three won't bother now, '
too good to be lost l The box own wretched inability to rush In and within, though they bad cot the
gave no seen
kick the
said "We'll JIll
;' or f6ur tines busying himself with the the robber. off take the bullet In his ,
own breast. Still
trouble. It was speedily stowed actual entrance of the burglars bow r
strings and wrappings of the big bun- away it out in the lot. It's the same cast ;
in a cupboard in the dining room closet tho weapon was poised, and no tla&l1'came. Margaret bad not retired but bad been I I
iron found in that house
fake
die! meanwhile. There was presently that we .
How could
long
A But the gongs presented new problems this agony ta- sItting by her window in'the dark and
,disclosed a box of dark wood oatentatioualy KB DREW REVOLVER VBOM HIS POCKETASD 1 over In Springvale. ain't it, LarrTi""Yes dare '
to the carpenter and kept him a hundred other details. Then in
LAID IT DOWN. a II
re-enforced by bands: of iron responded Larry with a grin.
busy till past 11 o'clock. A few minutes I He closed his eyes and when beopened : pause he found himself holding the
with a fon id>Mv Sod ndva chain only the. innocent If Aunt Martha I "Don't drop it. Joe. It'll bust I'll get them again Jcp and
later young Woodbury made hiS Woodbury revolver in his bands and staring at the I
p 4z linked to a etaoU, at the back. bears that It's in the house she'll lock exit by a window of the parlor not you a flatiron for the chain." were rolling over and over upon tat unexploded cartridges.; f;
-who not a resident herself 'in-'ber- rOOm and The Iron brought and Joe with I
i. Woodbory was never come > daring to risk the gong at the front was & floor The revolver had fallen and the "A miracle miracler be murmur
.; of that town bit only! an occasional out Please promise me. George that I door, and by mldnlghtithe house wa the first stroke shattered cue of the strong box too. He had now the ed. [
fU1tor ate 1i IDSe,..4toa1n1; : you won'tkeep, it loaded. And as for big links almost to powder. Then he I
l( dark strength to move forward but Larrywaste I
for Lovering's wherv the
i except room "Sot the J eaatyin!,, .world, George I>re astia Obra Ktf Ii Mutri.
i vering' ,- oDot'CODCt'817bi5 curiI the mone-.5ou'd do much_better tow tint gentleman was'preparl'i for bed, picked np the box under,his left, arm j qmrV) _, The thief seized tha said Margtret "I took the firing pins I


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i rWith grateful acknowledgment to its 8,596,705 Policy-holders for their confidence the Metropolitan Life ,Insurance Company presents the following summary, of i its THEAMkTEURCRACKSMAN

condition and affairs for the year ended December 31, 1905, showing it to have been THE BEST YEAR m:' THE QMPANYS HISTORY



::.. r- RESOURCES J- ASSETS, 151663477.29 OBLIGATIONSReinsurance L


:. -

a ( United States, City and R.R. Bonds t Fund and Special Reserves $132,705,296.00 (Continued from Page Nine)

:, I and Stocks $79,629,477.18Bonds aw and stood'wagging: my head and abating ,
:a : Dividends Apportioned,payable 1906,onNonparticipating : my finger, blinded to his frowns

and Mortgages 38,062,610.75Real Industrial Policies 681,942.00'.Same by my own enlightenment.
"Wily worm!" said I. "Now I see
30t
" Estate uI F on Participating Policies Inter- through It all. How dense Pre beenl"
'J &..... ; r... : 17495905.30 "Sure you're not still?" ,

mediate Branch ,e 621,081.00Same '"No; now I understand what has
1 Cash -- .r.r. 4,183,912.16 l I tarp
00 beaten me all the week. I simply
,, l on Participating Policies, Ordinary Dept26,726.79 couldn't fathom what you saw In that
Demand Loans on Collateral i. .. r. 3,747,285.50 c (NOTE. Kearly.1I the Ordinary policies of the Co.are non-partid- -dreamed It was '
little girl. I neT
, pat ag policies ia&ued at low rates of premium) -

:, Loans to Policy-Holders 3,703,554.50 {' tF riot= Contingent Dividend Fund, Intermediate part"So of you the think game.It"was that and nothIng


;s premiums deferred and in course of Branch -S.-- 299768.48 more?" "
IE "You deep old dog-of course I do! r

collection (Net) T: All other Liabilities "You dida'r.know she wa the daughter
i ._ ... __ 3,826,755.63 .-j>:r _r. 1,147,084.06
J. of 8 wealthy squatters"There

Accrued Interest Rents, etc. j, j .v 1013976.27 .--' Capital and Surplus __.:1..*?..*_ 16,181,578.96 are wealthy women by the
J dozen who would marry you tornoc


1i $151,663,477.29 Larjrest Office: Building in the World HOME, Madison OFFICE Ave,BUILDING Fourth Ave, J3d and 24th Sts. New York City' $151,663,477.29Me1ropo1ftiLsOmflCo row."It"doesn't occur to you that I mightlike
"1i to draw stumps start clean and

lIve happily ever after-In the boehT

"Wtta that voice? It certainly doea

i not!"

"Bunny!" be cried so fiercely that E

braced myself for a blow.

i But no more followed."Do .
.
,I you think yon would lire har>.

:,i pUyr I made bold to ask him.
" "God knows!" be answered. And

i t with that be left me to marvel at hta

i look and tone and more than ever at;:

( the Insufficiently exciting cause f

JOHN R HEGEMAN, President The Company OF the People, 'BY' the People, FOR the PeopleA Of. all.the mere e feats e of e cracksmaa-e e

i ship which I have seen Raffles performat

i once the most delicate and most
REASONABLE INDICATION OF THE DESERVED SIGNIFICANT FACTSThe Paid? Policy-holders in 1905 for COMPARISONS, ETC. difficult' was that which he accomplished

POPULARITY Company's policy claims paid in 1905 averagedin Death Claims, Endowments, Paid-up Income Gain over in 1905 1904 .. ,. .. ,. .. 61531588.49 5545831.58 between 1 and 2 o'clockOn the
number one for each minute and of aboard the North
a quarter each Tuesday morning
Policies Dividends etc. with amountset in 1905 : 16,181,578.96Gain
business Surplus ? "r
of 8 and in
day hours at
amount $105.83 a German steamer: Uhlan lying aa-
and of faith in its 1,346,358.97
of its plans management may be fairly over 1904 .
minute the aside their behalf increased
through.The
claimed in the number of Metropolitan policies in force. year on as Increase in Assets during 1905 23,569,162.05Gain chor in Genoa harbor.
It is not only greater than that of any other company in value and timeliness of these payments may be in Insurance in force 126,085,438.00 Not a hitch occurred. Ererymtoj
gleaned from the fact that of the claims
. America,but greater than that of all the other regular companies paid during the The total number of Policies in force Dec. 31, had been foreseen; everything happened
,4,326 were under policies less than 3 months old
.jJ combined, less one. It exceeds, in'fact the COM- year reserve$37,755,428.59 1905 was 8,596,705 as I had been assured everything :
8,391 were on policies which had run under 6 months
BINED POPULATION of 24 of the States and Territories and The total amount of outstanding insuranceDec. must. Nobody was about be-
15,148 were within the first of insurance.
a out of the 52 forming the American Union,viz: Maine, New year 31, 1905 $1,596,509,769.00 low, only the ship's boys on deck and 3.
9 Hampshire Vermont Rhode Island Connecticut Delaware, THE DAILY AVERAGE OF THE COMPANY'S, Paid Policy-holders since the organi- Number of persons in the service of the Company,over 19,000 nobody on the bridge. It was "wenrj- '

District of Columbia. Florida Oregon, Colorado, Arizona BUSINESS DURING 1905 WAS : zation of the Company, plus the THE TWO DEPARTMENTSIn five minutes past 1 when Raffles, witha..
Idaho Montana Nevada Utah North
Alaska Wyoming, '
335 day in Number of Claims Paid. issued for from stitch of clothing on his body,
per the Ordinary Department policies are out a
Dakota New Mexico Indian Territory Oklahoma South amount invested and now on hand for
Dakota, Washington, Hawaii arid as to CITIES,it exceeds 6,972 per day in Number of Policies Issued. $1,000 to $1,000,000 on individual lives premiums payable annually but with a glass vial, corked with. t
d the combined population of Greater New York, Chicago $1.502,484.00 per day in New Insurance written. their security ,scmi-annually,or quarterly. In its Industrial Depart cottonwood. between his teeth and a
$123,783.29 per day in Payments to Policyholdersand which is insurance)policies are issued on all the
ment( family his
J Philadelphia Boston, St. Louis Cleveland Cincinnati and tiny screwdriver behind u r,
Addition to Reserve. insurable members of the household with premiums payable
Milwaukee. $318,264,084.12 squirmed feet first through the v :*i-
J $77,275.94 per day in Increase of Assets. weekly.
tilator over his berth and It was nine-

teen minutes to 2 when be retnv;ed.

J The Metropolitan gained in insurance in force on which premiums are still being paid MORE This Company: issues no TONTINE or ,other forms of deferred dividend policies, in which the bead first, with the vial still between -

THAN ANY OTHER COMPANY IN THE' WORLD.The i amount to be paid to the insured must largely be a matter of ESTIMATE at the inception of the his teeth and the cottonwood
rammed home to still the rattling of
' Metropolitan wrote more business in the Industrial Department in 1905 than ever before in contract, and of DISAPPOINTMENT at its maturity.
;9 that which lay like a great gray bean
anyone year. Its policies are plain business contracts which tell their whole story on their face; leave nothingto within. He had taken screws out and '

' J The Metropolitan wrote more business in the Ordinary Department in 1905 than ever before in. the imagination; borrow nothing from hope; require definite conditions; and make definite promisesin put them in again; he had unfastenedVon

;;' anyone year. dollars and cents. Henmann's" ventilator and bad left

The Metropolitan wrote more business in 1905 than-any other Company in the world. And this Is not the fact that, notwithstanding the agitation in life insurance, the Metropolitan wrote more it fast as he bad found it-fast as he

J for the 12th consecutive year. insurance in its Ordinary Department 1905' than 'it ever wrote in any preceding year, proof that instantly proceeded to make his own. '

'J The Metropolitan has more premium paying business in force in the United States than any other GUARANTEED BENEFITS for a fixed premium are what, people want? As for Von Heumann, it had been

." company. In its Industrial Department policies no obligation to pay dividends is either expressed or:implied, enough; to place the drenched wad first

J r The Metropolitan has in force one-third of all the legal reserve policies in force in the United States.Its the premiums being at stock rates, without the "loading designed for dividends ; nevertheless the on hIs mustache his and then thereafter to hold the it
between lips
gaping ;
Industrial policies in force equal in number all the Industrial policies of all the other companies in Company for years past, as a pure act of grace, has returned a part of its surplus, annually, to the Intruder had climbed both ways across!

- the United States. holders of ts-p 1icies. The total amount so paid, including the amount set aside for .1906, is shins without eliciting a groan. this t'

THE RATIO OF EXPENSE TO 'PREMIUM INCOME IN' 1905 WAS THE' LOWEST And here was the prize-this pearl as

t'ller IN THE COMPANY'S HISTORY. OVER FIVE AND A HALF MILLIONS OF DOLLARS. CASH, large as a filbert .wlth a pale pink

- I tinge like a lady's finger nail; this:

there spoil of a filibustering age; this gift

'y-w," l ]. P. McLOUGHLIN, Assistant Superintendent, Salisbury Building, Room 3, 22W.\ Government Street J sea from chief.a European We gloated emperor over it to when a south all t '

"
so IIler. .. was snug We toasted It In whiskyand

soda water laid in overnight in
,
view of the great moment but the
... }
moment was greater more triumphant

-- _. :- than our most sanguine dreams. All
-
.
-
of -;- we had now to do was to secrete the

Q.1 gem (which Raffles had pried" from 1U

%it. .Trarv'f ormalia setting, replacing the latter), so that
eefl.ry, : r Wtdai. ;" ))' r .t.M' Ylid7. '' l we could stand the strictest search "

rnaf and yet take it ashore with us at Naples

< and this Raffles was doing whenI
t.r* ,. turned in. I myself would have {

)13.! landed Incontinently that night at
f
10 71 Genoa and bolted vlth the spoil! ; he }

UI A p Est nr. would: not hear of it, for a dozen good

w eat. reasons which will be obvious.On .

t. the whole I do not think that any

thing was discovered or suspectwl before ,

+' a we weighed anchor, but I cannotbe

cure. It is difficult to believe that ,
r f e ., sue,' t a man could be chloroformed In bis

sleep and feel no telltale effects, sniff

I TlUlCTZO.1"l T7.3RE,7.H21R; t Qu-TFZT no Ruspk-ious odor in the mornings

'"' ... Nevertheless Yon Ileunuan reappeared '
-----
as though nothing had hap "

pened to him, his German cap over his '

rF, t a eyes and bis mustache brushing the ;

+e i r peak. And by 10 o'clock we were quit '
I of Genoa. The last lean blue chinned :

t official bad left our decks. The last l
% fruit seller bad been beaten off with
2en :
}
":+. .i 4a g ra bucketful of water and left cursing rv'

ru us from his boat. The last passenger: ,
row bid come aboard at the last momenta -

r fussy graybeard who kept the Dig

ie bbip waiting while he haggled with bii\
? s 9 i.. A"r' "-
boatman over bait a lira. But at
.de < ,f t length we were off the tug was ,shed ''

en the lighthouse passed! and Raffles and 7 .
v.( ,
I leaned together over the rail watching
Y
to l yfx v sw our shadows on the pale green. YEA

. v liquid, veined marble that again t
t., ivt
) < washed tbe vessel's! side.
J. ey R"
,. ri. A 'k wYr
t.y,. Von Heumann; was tavlngbls: In.

stings once more. It was part of the r

ea.ein. ,- -4t re,5 r.. sCoRRUG design that he should remain In all
;
day and so postpone the Inevitable +

hi* 4 \i '- hour and though the lady looked ih

41 t r'a bored and was forever glancing in our tr
w direction be seemed only too willing

JORPllYG FLOOR OF GR.lUN ELEWZTQ1eby T2 D .2OZLi CRjEJNG l1VEi to avail himself of his opportunities

,&CT1ONQTGKIN.DING Ef-CX "p7. .;" rnLoURZNG J1Z1.L But Raffles was moody and ill at ease.

t .lLoVRzNG .l1.1.LL t rections, and furthermore; the differ!'! : I He bad not the air of a successful man.:

-ho -tatlon of the We-plvlns product< from machinery. The apparatus for:: i make a train 73b miles long, or In inner ture. After panning over toe coils heatedby pairs of rolls run at different speeds, s. I could but opine that the impending + ; .
t broad acres ot Uncle Sam's great r I of th. I vesting by steam power consists. bar-I words one that would reach half way steam- U ''remains, for a time In the that the prepareu grain as It Is fed Ir.t I
wheat :
empire" an supplying the means farm to consumer. ens designed to ronaMt* th. crushing striicr at sat heavily on his
we'are as breadwinner traction engine. eepnnttor. cleaner from Kansas to New York city At many tempering bins this great apparatus parting Naples
V.tt.ple et5nananco In to A large proportion of the lengths I to-which In-this new sense may be gained header, and with It the grain i I., rijt*QI' |,,I of the big farms railroad sidings run di1 heat, and -then la carried 1 to the first setat first li-e slow rolls and later those rvolvlng >
tho Orient. Especially 1* thfci Oklahomaa headed threshed cleaned and ked 1 rectly to the wheat fields and the ITalnIs rolls where oeeirth. *ciu>a wui. at higher speed. TVgrinfiin spirit
: i inn! war has broken out In tae Fur from the tact thatatnsing than for I' I the rolls Is followed by a stairs would neither talk to me >nor
i! f* t single wheat more ready shipment The traction engine; lauded aboard cars aa rapidly as U Is of n n:r-making. between He
Inflead. aa Mempufloatton of the is &)>-l: rsepower and the srpera t..or ts 1 I threshed, I Fur the manu.acturot most grades and each of these operations ia: rrpcatf, he let
adage .000 acres. would me go.
tt-at tit I ls wtnd which
i i III an m what more than <<, feet In length; nod u fret The arrival at one o. the ct flour the .old-fashioned: millstone has five times. Then comes the grading e
nobody good" u found In the tact To cut and shock 1 the year width j I i grain upon grain, according to the varlou "Stop where are Bunny 1'ft
- tit each wide. The of the cut I* oolinnrHjr; !! I been entirely >displaced but the big the rolled :. you i
eontlnuunco ot the conflict on the this raagntneeni: fleld requires but In bte modern flouring mills Is Immediately In diameter which It has ..beft reduced an- swim?" '
Cu.0? mules and 1 :::2 of 42: feet rase the'grain- yerytheavy I stone, four or live feet and sizes to to tell Can you '
't and things you.
. n of the Blob Is certain to brine 200 men 300 horses even this this la reduced to 22 feet: It requires conveyed to the top etory of the big budtrig. aterrific speed, are still crapioved passage through >a piirifler. which blots
and revolvinsrat
e"d rCUncd-or! riches to the wheat-raiser.. the largest else birder and da eight men to operare''tlale outf.t. I I Wbere It is wet;;hed and then trans- ia turning .some fpocul brands of away the dust, "A bit." t
the t1our-ml11era/ of the \Veat and force must work night this forred to storage tuns when the con- to be Is '
In but under favorable clrcuTnsiitnr theoutfit Th* chief obstacle to the use of Next the flour tfcst.J sijutrjebetween miles
tfL11vt nlll'eat. In China too a tremendous days to gamer the colden grain to note j will In nn averaje working day ::1 trr.nt mixing of wheat of the same grades non the disadvantage whichcaused the smooth rolls which past'tcrush ? "Ten
.. i1.1? opening *or American br ad- vast nrea. It may be Intere"tlng world' biggest I cut thresh, sack Jh grain! + a uniform product. From these millstonesand.their abandonment In great measure i I It but are carefully gauged so tl Ten?' I bunt out JAt1blDNot
Ct ff Whit bread 'I. unknown In the that In rood year* this :14.nd !I bins the to a separator. : will :
groin passes 't
bushels of j from 120 acres per found in tn* fact that they literally they not really pulverize it, for ens Why do you ask r
: 'jal Empire' In two or three of wheat-ftf'ld yields fully 100.000 j A very dramatic phase ni the;'work! (*.t, rde up of sieves of perforated: metal praln. whereas, u a mat the flour Is powdered its life Is gone.' Thecomes : one.
the mUestIwlm
:
tse S 1I coast cites, but the Chineserteiaenties wheat which sells for OSsr pO*t1gi feeding the world's mllllona! It -found' in ,.i eime of these sieves turn aside seeds crush tact..it U much preferable not to the Journey to tn.'bolter," ana I' "We shall be within a ten -
i I of flour fur pastries and, and allowing\ a wheat on board car- the I the up-to-date methods which hare ixen !f sue, as barley and oats which are larger ter of. entire wheat kernel crushed, t v !flour' 1s fine the ,.- 1 all of It comes from and placing! the : It will tie : Adopted In the United State tor the i.Tun the wheat wnile others catch the I have .e interior contents shelled out the meshes of the bolting-cloth (a specie at feel
t .a hilt Mtatee of 3 cents I per bushel JJvwry rrpaller seeds such ns mustard and wild merely tiinew "What on earth are you driving ,
breadstuff '
urn > : transportation of J li tti. dam**" as possible to forthe I, silk costing $4 or $6 a yard) It Is pronounced Y.
ICTM"ifl.lont .wlt'h its millions of broad Been that Its owners ugdderouc of irem year the railroads have dinc;:ity In fur.fishing bnctcivheau the effect being, or course, to I with.M perfect and ready for marten ?"
tSStJ.'i1' yielding\' to the methods of stances net the rapidly enov.jhi to haul Lie reserve the selected wheat.nv ; too to Raffles.Nothing.
cars hTbe or If kernel are Urge pus ma
war any it
Uk5t, Century rapidly Nor Is this WE I field a. by whf"fielda i wheat from the bid farms f\ the lrl' ing: I ? next stage in its Journey take: recce-:t to gradually reduce ter they are Bent baclf to the rolls. an Only I shall swim for ,
!/. rank Ii. the mainstay1i of the be Imagine It Is surrounded centers 11 IK estimated that .in rr.Ytsi:: the fhc it thruugh ar. Ingeniously constructed desired corrugated-steel I It U a cue of try. try again until the i worst cornea to the jvorst. X
: the ,
1,01'< bread-eater&, and<< assuredly there ranging from 900.to 1.UW acres h l<55 ; when the crop la Co.,1 it wpyttl'reg8", :re'' j i! scourer and then it is pfjred j toe .."rremiiltrr melting flonr the are crushed fine eno ali tg-pai4 tbrougl' If _: -
: more aoUvl- Farther Uieat n.th gteu than 130.800 car to.caote..t'111 Kina3 : Wiieat heaters the onjeci of which l role.! In
more the
tl' lItlt.lnl picturesque in the whole op- I revolve la opposite di the meshes of elotb.
-ttu .. .
J each pair .
liMo
\11-e wool republic than the trl.nSf"rpla. maIn of of the harnl1ln1'Paeipe'Slope.la'belag pertorweUa what cup:; at par lira* "iW .W""ldl .KCI::: u-o sraU to a ualforai tcasscra-: ; rails... .-of--..- -' '- .... ,(Continued ort Page Twenty)
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'' reallyTery givvi and e:a we-e her teeth. I!' -" -tn
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M ATEU1 I I yet I had never admired her more directly 'p

in my own despite, _for .I.passed ; .
: them again and again.Jn order to get a *jI I :
word with RaOes. to tell him I knew
.sx,1 ,,1.t. I there was danger-in the wind. But he
would not-so much as catch my eye. WEL'COME-iR-i-ELCOME

t. I So at last; I gav: it up. And I saw !
him next In the captain's cabin ,

t 1 1I I They had summoned him first. He
I i, had gone in smiling' ; and smiting I
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found him when they summoned me. .
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Nothing Only I thall swim for it :I The stateroom was spacious, as befitted I" *
U the worst conies to the worst. 11'I that of :a: commander. Mackenzie
suppose ) ," ": .-..*,n un""er water 11 I, sat on the settee, his beard in front of .' I ;- Welcome to King Priscus and to our Out-of-own Friends. --We invite I i
at all?" I him on the polished table, but a revolver :.
+'i i ,. I did not answer his question. I I Iw lay in front of the captain, and > 'you' ,ail io our large store to make yourselves at home. there whether .
+ r 1 scarcely: heard It. Cold beads were i when I had: entevi-d the chief officer, I. { .
bursting through my .km I who bad summoned me. shut the door ,I }:-. vill" .. .
"Why fboald! tIlt worst come to the : and put his back to it Von Heumann you J want to buy Hardware or not.. But if you come, we ,) showyou.. .
i'F -orst l' I whispered. "We aren't found I completed the party,'his fingers busy i J .

4, out, are ve'" 'I with his mustache. the .r :

"No" I Raffles greeted me. .
t + "Then why speak aM' though we "This Is a great Joker!* he cried.
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a t 'were?" : I "You remember the pearl you were so
r I We cm,' be An old enemy of ours keen about Bunny, the emperor's
'+ i tL1 Is on botrd! I pearl, the pearl money wouldn't buy?
."An old' eIf'myr It seems It was intrusted to our little
(
z r" f "MacKfnzie"! 'I I If friend here to take out to Canoodle Fin.lst Stock of f Hardwarethat

''Never'!" Dun, and tbe poor little chap's gone
"The man with the beard who came and lost It Ergo as were Britishers 1 j
: < aboard last' :' :
i I ,4"+ they tiling we ve got it. !
u w rI "AreOU sure?" 'I "But I i know je have," put In Mac '
r,; "Sure'! I was only sorry to sue you kenzie nodding: to bis beard. .

t t r s ._ didn't I took recognize my! handkerchief: him too!" to my face I It I patriotIc"You' will voice recognize," :saId Uaffles that loyal"Mon and, it has ever been your good fortune to' see anywhere. We carry M

' (Now that I thought of it there had'' 'tis our auld ccquamtanoe Mackenzie I!
ibeen something! familiar In the o' Scoteland Yarrd an' Scotelaud it. the biggest assortment of Hardware south, of Birmingham, and we
' k I man's gait as well as something rather II. I. gel') :"*
.' a youthful for bas apparent years. Ills I it stands to that we canSell
; "Pat is enough cried the captain buy in such large quantities that it reason
,
R 1i ""try' beard seemed" unconvincing; now I "Have, boa!!..submid to be searge or do I I
' JJ 'that I recalled it In the light of ,this i j sore you*" f
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,1 t terrible revelation I looked up and I "What you will. said Raffles "but? it
r down the w where to be seen"That'3 play first. You accuse us of breakinginto It Than Others
:: the worst of It," said Raffles j I Captain von Heumann stateroom Cheaper s

"I saw him go f into the captain's cabin I during the small hours of this morningand i
1 twenty minutes ago" Ie i I j abstracting from it this, confounded .
r "But what can have brought him : pearl. Well I can prove that I was
i to .I cried miscra lY. "Can it be a cornel all and I '
in my own room night long

: 1q r dcnce flames Is shook it omcbody! his bean else he's after?" ,j! have same.no" doubt my friend. can prove the. I However, seeing is believing, and we won't ask( you to take, our word,


,,1 i a'I v1 t i; "Then"lIardly you thi-think J time.he's after you?" :(j I "Most. "The certainly ship's I can boys,"can said bear I indlg witness .-J Jnantly : I but only ask you to come :in and take a l ISok, that's all.; We already of sll]


r { nr "weeks""l'ye been afraid of it for some I If !! Mackenzie to that" laughed. and shook his I': know what you' will think of our methods, our store -and our prices.We 211if..
Pr.'ilffi
ji "Yet there you stand": I It I head at his reflection in the polished : I fcfi;
; M! "What am I to do? I don't want to j mahogany
m' + t t r : swim, for it before I must I begin;: to :, That waser' clever," said he, "andlike B 11:4

1 : .wish I'd taken your advice. Bunny, and I enough it would, ha' served ye had ni Carry EverythIng In Our Linesuch pa
left the ship at Genoa. But I'\e not I I not stepped aboard But I've just
y 1 f' the t-mal'est! doubt that Mac was I had 'a look! at the ventiators! and I'! uU
?t watching both ship and station till the I think I know how ye worrked It. Anyway : ,; the
last moment "Tb t's why he ran It so'i inIle. an.by
captain it makes matter I'll :
\ ." I, just be tlappm the darbies no on these as Mill Supplies, Turpentine Tools, Belting. Piping, Roofing, Am- .; .
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t.nMf,. : o r. He took a. cigarette and banded me young spJrks.; an' then" ,

r N' b the! case. but I shook my head impatlently "i "By ringing what voice right, and?" roared I never Raffles saw his In'I'I'a J j' munition, Wagons, Stoves, etc.. If you' don't come to Pensacola, just via ibe

I p "I still don't understand," said I. face in such a blaze "Search us if you i felines' and will send 'which will startle ed
a prices
drop us
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r "Why should he be after you? He I like, search every scrap and stitch wepossess we you foi,
( t tt LE couldn't come all this way about a I but jou dare to lay a finger ; v '
1 jewel which was perfectly safe: for all i jht on us without a warrant!" 1 you when you compare them to the prices you have had_ to pay for ,
!E, %r be knew at's your own theoryT' I "I wouldna dare" said Mackenzie : skIt
r a r }- "Simply that he's teen on my track : gravely as be fumbled in his breast I Hardware before our advent into the business in Pensacola.and I ,
k for some time' probably ever since_!1 1i pocket and Raffles: dived his hand into UDfn
tt'i friend Craw shay slipped clean through his, own. Haud his wn t!"- shouted
: his fingers last :November There h:1'i i the Scotchman, and the huge Colt that HCap
t t+ been other indications. I am really had: been with us many :a: night;: but i
I ,.j not unprepared for this. But it can I bad never been fired in my hearing ,prfefc<
t only be I'll him \\V.oAre New' Finn and Have Reputation to MaKO el
1 pure suspicion defy I clattered: on the table and was raked: ; a. a
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: ; -to bring! anything;: home, and I'li defy j in by the captain j j"All
c3' him to find the pecrl Theory my dear I right," said Raffles savagely to ;
1 Bunny? 1 know how he's ,
here
w got as the mate. "You can let go( now. I ; PhTo.
;:h well as though I'd been inside that wont try it again: Vow. Mackenzie., : .
c Scotchman's skin, and I know \\'batbt"11 I i 'realize that not make unless
ft, IIet'8 see your warrant j 11 we we, can a good reputation we sr
do next He '
found
out I'd gone no mishandle It?" i
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+ found abroad and looked for a motive. He 1! "What good would that do me? Let j j give you just what you want and charge you a moderate price for it. ,
sj out about Yon Heumann and I tnP s'P--ta"' !sjMel.! Piffles! UTemntorjlr, i iI

+ tr'e + *bis ut mission and! ; dried and Great there was chance: his--to motive nab I I and raised the his eyebrows detective as obeyed he perused Raffles'the II i'; With this in View we\ ordered the best of Hardware. and we have established I tiKi

+ me on a new lob altogether But her Htth
t# 'a, :won't do it. Bunnr. :Mark my word, I I I document suddenly ;relaxed his: :mouth and it hardened was with, but a'' the low-price system in this city. When you any.thing" ?'
a j he'll search the se
ship and search us all"wben I smile and a shrug that be returned the :

::, i" t. the" has is known, but he'll paper in our line drop us a postal, telegraph us or phone us we'll do the rest. I. IIInr
search in vainnd there "
the "
skipper I 'ull that do for ye? Inquired! I.i.
4 beckoning whippersnapper: to his Mackenzie;
r cabin The fat will l*> In the fire In "It I
tray. congratulate Mackenzie i
you. :
E *?' tore minutes'! It's a strong hand at any lyle
? ; Yet there' was no conflagration, n') rate Two i ir.j ,
burglaries and the Melnwnecklace. ( >
121 :fuss no- searching" of the passengers; .I Runny.and he turned to : ',
;'lr i ,ino( whl per of what hid l happened+ In me with 4 rueful smile I: G d & B Hd C l'o
..t :- the air. Instead: of a stir there was! "An' a5 easy:' to prove" said! the j r.j or on row n. W 0 atM
y i ;jwrtentmw pence, and it was clear tome Scotchman' vketire the warrant. I 11
'it .r ", that Raffles was not a little disturbed "I ve one o' tncse for you," be ad lea.jodding g I 4Fbt
;; 1 nt the falsification of all bitpredictions. to me, "only not such a long : I' i.\ '
br t, ;w There was something .Pin- !' *ne" i iI' : \ ocIk

.A rI. + aster!" In silence under such a loss" and, I' "To think." paM thE! captain r... j i II ,
the silence was sustained' for hours pro8( fully, "that my shib! should ho : Pensacola! Florida. rTieGimitb
during which Mackenzie uer reapI made a den of thief! It shall" be:1 I I'f'ry I ,

oared. But be was abroad: during the I disagreeable: madder I Lave been I f1
t-, luncheon hour--beas in our cabin! I obliged___ .to putt you" I Ioth: In irons until '' I j ....'"" ....__ "("'"(7''r..iIi' ...&= .=Z'&.. J;,. .- .iI "'p- ..,:;.. --.- tr.. 1IfJ 'TV'U
I bad left book in Raffles berth we gea to fables"Surely ." --- -- -- ----- -- -
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taking it after bunch I torchedthe Ramf"S.1 i -- -- -- "
quilt It was warm from the I "}fa'k'c>uzi<". Intf'I"t't"I1cwith him. "On the table under nose" j cannot to.this. day. Yet there they
recent jour married, and I want tD: say ;goodby.: for the boat was back, the screw Inwl
4L, ," c pressure of flesh: and blood, and give: jour countrymen away before nil I Mejos fell with tbe rest: hut no I suppose we were all equally amazed -t stood together: and we did not hear a throbbing and the prisoner peering Professional Directory
i Instinct! I hands Captain wo can't e!'cjpe. surely I! word:! There stood out against -- -
on an spring; to the ventilator but the en!. one to express hIs they through his porthole across: the sunlit: --
+ As 1 opened it tb$ ventilator yon could hush it up for the night: pearl was there: Only The content of l aiaazemeiTt vaWoii Heumaun.. whose the sunset and the long: dazzling; highway : waters that be believed had closed forever THOS. PE8LEY, h,
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or ; opposite! cltwd with a snjp Look here, here's everything I have lit : our pockets-.' watches,,pocketbooks, deep chested German oath was almosthis of sunlit sea that sparkled from over his comrade's head. Suddenly LAW, LOANS AN3: (t.
fr" } I waylaid Raffles "All right;: Let my pockets You empty yours too : pencils, penknives, *cigarette: llsE'S-lay first contribution to the proceedIngs Elba 'to the Uhlan's plates and their the sun sank behind the island of REAL COLLECTIONS: ESTATE. tbV
"I III find tbe pearl" Bunny, and they shall strip us stark : on the "shiny, table along with the revolver lie was not slow to follow It, j shadows reached almost to our feet Elba, the lane of dancing sunlight was PALAFOX AND ROMANA. ,at
If they suspeetwe'ce weapons! : vp our already mentioned. Suddenly-an Instant-and the thing
: "Have you dumped It overboard T' however, with a vigorous protestagainst ; PHONE 559. sea
? i' :s "That's a question I shan't condececd : sleeves All I ask is that we be allowed "Ye humbugsln us," said Mackenzie the proposed farewelL But he waj: done, a thing I, have: never known swallowed .m
x to pet Oijt{ of thIs' without gyves: "What's the use?" J whether to admire or to det >st. He
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i5< to.an "er was overruled and the masterful pris the middle distance, already miles 'h?
upon our w ristsr'"Webtsns : "I'm doing nothing of the sort," oner had his way. He 'was to have cau bt her, he kissed her before us all, II ar
jf He turned on his heel and at snbsef i 1 astern, either my sight deceived me or G. YATES JU
you may not hare said: laughed Rattles. "I'm testing then her from him that she almost ,
: ., quent Intervals I saw him making the : you. five minutes with tbe girl while the flung so a black! speck. bobbed amid the gray. fe
the captain but wad about der i "*
pearl Where's the harm? i I
| fell. It that action which
? captain and :Mackenzie stood within was
w l most of his last afternoon with die inevitable The bugle; had blown for dinner. It
Mlss'! \\erncr remember dat you were sdeilincon ? "It's here, joke apart?" range, but not vithin earshot, with : foretold the next. The mate sprang OPTICIAN Jl
I he well that all
may save myself had
I \ hall bave I It! cried Raffle: "On that tab'p, by all pods" :after him, and I after the
my mate.
c" I" that she ]locked: both cool nn'l I smart j' their revolvers behind their! backs. As prang ceased to strain ah And I 306 THIESEN BUILUir.H
"You shall: bare It this minute If Mackenzie 1 eye. now ,1'Tf
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youguarantee : opened the cigarette cases! the cabin l in Raffles was on the rail but only Just. -
we from a -
were -
,ti : In quite: a simple affair! of brown hoi] : no public !indignity moving lost what I tad found Now; It rose, --- -- ,
; onboard and shook clgan'tte.1]
each particular I he hand. i! "Hold him Bunnyl" cried. "Hold
: .. Jand, which toned well with !hot ('om"m : *" I ,! body stopped and gripped my now sank, and now I gave It up utterly H. T. CRAWFORD, '
Thereupon Raffles prayed to be allowed i him tight.:
"So I've in at last.
let Runny
plexion and was cleverly relieved with you Yet anon It would rise again, ;al
a
+ "That I'll see to, said Mackenzie! : to smoke one, and when hi*;grayer And REAL
|| at last and after all! If you knew how as I obeyed that last behest ESTATE.!
; touches of scarlet 1 quite admiredher mere mote ,dancing' In the dim
"m- "as long as yon '\behave yourselves i was heard observed! that the pearl had I won't much :with all might, without ;gray
But
j get
am. my a thoughtof
I sorry COLLECTED
:, 1; that afternoon, for her now on the table much longer than I
; I I don't see why you should get any.! what I was doing save that he bade beneath .
a fading sky'
the cigarettes. Mackenzie promptly i i forgive ? me tq,do It, I saw his hands shoot western
i ---- ---1 [i thing at all Can: you me I II up streaked fifth dead and 414 THIESEN BUILDING
gold cerise
, t t r chamber caught up the Colt and opened! the j jl i I I This may be for years, and it may I and tis bead: bob down, and his lithe And night: fell before I knew whetherIt Pensacola, Fla.DRo ,Crt9
in tbe butt"Not be forever, know! You were a I\ spare body cut the sunset as cleanly p
you
And : r
and human
other serious was head
painful I a or not.
s many
there, not there, said Raffles J
F,i good pal always when it came to i I and precise ,as though he had plunged
RISINAIj( ailments front whIch most mothers "but you're getting hot. Try the cartridges I the scratch Some day or other you I i at his leisure{ from :a: diver's board. Croup. o ytr

r suffer, can be avoided by the use of ." mayn't be sorry to remember you werea ,. S s Begins with the symptoms..of a common -
: Mackenzie emptied them, into his good: pal at the last!" cold; there |Js chilliness sireez-
"Mother's' Fr. r This remedy Of what followed on deck I can tell
great palm and shook each one at his ear II a
There in his thatI dug sore throat, hot skin, quIck pulse,
was a
meaning eye you pothlng! for I was not there. Nor
is a God-send to women, carrying without result. understood teeth set hoarseness and impeded respiration.
my were
ands final .
,can punishment, imprisonment
4 BREAST "Oh. give! them to me*" I my my long Give frequent small dos of Ballard'sHorehound F
them through their most critical I and my nerves ttrung ready. as I my everlasting disgrace !s f t.r t.a'
And in had I Ube child
an Instant Raffles found Syrup ( will cry
ordeal with safety and no pain. 'I I the right one had bitten out, the bullet I wrung that strong and' cunning hand t t conaern or profit yon beyond the Interet for it) and at the first sign of a coups
for the last time in my life! : j, and advantage'to: be gleaned from '
II i
. kl' No woman who uses "Mother's Friend" need fear the suffering and placed the .emperor's pearl witha ccugh apply frequently Ballard's Snow 1 ,4 a'h
How that last scene stays;; with me i i the knowledge that I at least had myi throat.
}I I Liniment! to the t
yt' and danger incident to birth; for it robs the ordeal of its horror }' "After flourish that in the center will of'perhaps the table.show and will stay to my death! How I see ;I i i I deserts .But one thing I must set Mrs. A. Vliet, New Castle! Colo.j I

:4 T+ ; and insures safety to life of mother and child and leaves her int me such little you consideration as is in every detail, every "bhadow on the sun doTvp, believe it who will, one more writes, March 19, 190:: "I think Ballard's : aIt
Jt deck! We were among the islands thing only and I am done. Horehound Syrup a wonderful; Itt
t a condition more favorable to speedy recovery. The child is your power. Captain I have been a that,dot the course from Genoa to( Naples. f 4t nus into a second class cabin on remedy, and so pleasant to taka." Sold I II t6/
' also healthy, strong and bit of a villain, as you see, and as That was Elba falling back on i the starboard sIde that 1 was promptly bi all TUggSt5.! I J. tie MOC(( tb
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t such I am ready and willing to Ue In I f
'' onr starboard quarter, that purple thrust In Irons and the door locked upi ,
}: good natured. Our book irons all night If you deem It requF- t t I NOT IN THE TRUST! h
.M OT HER 5 1a I patch with the hot sun settling over it. !i i i on me as though I were another Raf- : P
want a first class rubber.
When
: '"Motherhood: is worth site for the safety of the ship. All ,I you
The ,
ask is that do me one favor first." captain's cabin opened to star- i|: fles. Meanwhile a boat was lowered tired carnage, ring us up Our car- Dental Surgeon. I
., its eight inNgold to every I tw. "That shall you dcbend onwad der vafor board and the starboard promenade'deck !i i I and the sea scoured to no purpose as rages: ar" all new and first class in reF
free in sheeted with sunshine und scored j I la doubtless on record elsewhere But respect our drivers Work a SpectalJ'
i 1 woman and will be sent plain Las been." s I every ; are careful Crown and Bridge
with shadow was deserted but for the either the setting sun Cashing over the and po'ite Hackmen's Exchange, Painless Extracting of Teeth. C
c1 U f i envelope addressing application to fRIEND "Captain, I've done a worse thing group of which I was one. and for'the I waves must have blinded all eye or telephone! M4GOLDSTUCKER. 28/2! S. Palafox S:.

V C red field Regulator Co. Atlanta,Ga. aboard i your' ship than -any of you pale, slim, brown figure aft with Raf-j j''i else mine were victims of a strange illu BROS, Props., 1 7 and '9 Old Armory Buildln4
I 6n2l:. ..; Lecproe enraged to iter fl4, I nazy' Lt9ultLii2tielie.ve.lt, ;lou ,; W. B. F. Turner, Mgr. Phone 1077.

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