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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: March 4, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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PENSACOLA FLORIDA SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH: 4, 1906. a.
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I SEA ISLANDS NINETEEN :KILLED IN THE TERRIFIC STORM A I a-


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SWEPT BY STORM
BREAKflt
RECORD

TORNADO
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Ten Thousand Lives Said to HavE e

lONGWORTHS ON Total Precipitation for 24 Hoursto
RUSSIAN
Been Lost on the Island of ** r vr.$ :; RUlER

> Twenty-Four Injured and Property ". 7 a. m. Saturday Was
Tahiti Alone. FLAGRANT VIOLATION fi ''SIGNIFICANT'VISIT yr .

ETUnN FROM OF THE BANKING LAW iJ. Loss Estimated at Over a OF EDWARD TO FRANCE .; 3.07 Inches.
a: -
YIElDS TOWITTE
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Million Dollars. By Associated Press.
MILLIONS DAMAGE Chicago, Mar.. Subpoenaa iJ> Paris, Mar :2.-King Edward
hate :been' Issued!', by the government i''f ; ie arrived at the Invalides depot f" HIGH WIND AND HAILFor

prosecutor for four H- this evening. He was met by
; CUBA of:. former employees of the ChIt Greatest Loss of Life \Was in the I l'ilo representatives of President r
cago National Bank in connection .t Fallieres! and Premier
Reached Rouvier,
Hurricane; Velocity of 120(0 .
r as with the arrest of former Prefect of Police Pcpine
Cotton Mill DistrictMANY and Sir 'Z One Minute Wind Velocity Was
k President John R. Walsh. 3. '
F, J. Berti, the British ambas- is
Miles Per Hour. It is declared that government dta & sador
.. and the embassy staff.
Had the Greatest Time in Thei r .. officials have notes ag"it I 17to; The arrival of King Edward f: 55 Miles Per Hour.
l No Law Shall Hereafter Become
teregating hundreds; of thousands HOUSES DEMOLISHEp AND 4& attracts considerable attention.

OF PAPEETE INUNDATEIAND Lives and N of dollars signed by clerks 1J. Coming in connection
CITY are Now Heady t to FIRE ADDS TO HORROR with thee *
% in the bank. These OF Effective Without
all Consent
were ..J. ? Algeciras conference it is a 'li- of HEAVY ELECTRICAL DISTUR.
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SEVENTY-FIVE BUILDINGDESTROYEDSEVERAL !S Settle Down. signed by one man with the ..: SITUATION STORM LASTED ?? timely reaffirmation of the An- ,
: d name of another in flagrant .$ glo-French National'Assembly. BANCE PRECEDED DOWNPOUR
agreement ap Y.8y
ISLAND!S d vIolation of the banking laws. 7 ONLY FIVE MINUTEST-CLAUDE:i
OF EARLY MORNING "HOURSi
SAID TO HAVE>DISAPPEARED- I j Ki' 1t"':; 11
By Associated Press. WILLIAMS CUT HIS"j THROAT Associated Press. STREETS WERE FOAMING I TOR'r

FRENCH GUNBOAT GONE TC Savannah, Mar. 3.wlt was the t
mos '
WHEN .
CAUGHT IN
DEBRIS OF St. Petersburg, Mar .-The
reactionary
RENTS WITHIN FEW MOMENTSBUT
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,. delightful trip I ever had," said Nich IRAllROADRATE
SCENE WITH SUPPLIES Ol WRECKED BUILDING.: '* cabal at Tsarskoe-Selo, head-
olas Longworth this afternoon ash< TAFT WANTS { SLIGHT DAMAGE WAS ,
t ed Count
by fgnatioff, General Trea-
FOOD AND WATER.By .
stood: In the door of the private caGrassmere r .
hoff and General Prince Putiatln, REPORTED.
as the train stopped for .1
LOW TARIFf By Associated Press BILL made a last ditch fight at a recent
few minutes en route to Washington. ,
Associated Press Meridian, Miss., ,Mar. Nineteen meeting of the special council to de-
"Our' trip to Cuba was one of endless persons 'are known to have been feat decision of the The heavy storm which visited Pen. Ieacola
San Francisco, Mar. 3.-The mos':t killed twenty-four injured} and the emperor to hours of Saturday I
delight, he said, as his wife,.sitting property during the early -
of an estimated value of : The Subject of Conferencesby incorporate in the fundamental law.-of, record breaker" I
0 uiti\e cyclone ever experience d]I near, smiled her approval. over one Many morning was a
Conference at White House Over million dollars demolished or" damaged the empire the provision that hereafter J| in some respects, and'a fitting conclusion
in ;the Society and Taumotu Island When it was suggested that the]} by the tornado which swept Senators Representing no law shall 'fee effective 'without to one of the ,most abominable

Cr.i tn, red on February 7 and 8. Then 1',I should visit; Savannah and Roswell' Refusal of Committee to Report through this city at .630 o'clock last the consent of the National Assembly days that Pensaco' has experienced *

Tahiti is estimated at 'j$ Ga., Mr. Longworth said: "We WOU!<;1 evening. Many sensational reports Different Factions.By and the council of the empire. According -!I since the terrific storm of 1897. Within -
: magi in on the
regarding appalling loss life
i like to of : five minutes after' the storm broke
'j.1 :Inn dollarsand presumably a visit them and expect: we will Philippine Tariff Bill. have. been sent out, probably due to to some reports their efforts:! at 12:40 a.. m. the streets of the cityI

at some later date. !My wife is especially the chaotic condition of affa!' 'rs imme' Associated Press. are not without the sympathy of the I I I were impassible, water running in tori -

.lu hf amount of property was doIts anxious to visit both places. W e diately following the visitation. of the:I Washington. Mar. Conferences,emTJe: i rents from the higher portions of the
on the Hepburn railroad rate bill are I
on Taumotu Island. have had the greatest time in our By.Associated Press. storm. I IX i I When It became apparent that Premier city towards the bay and the kilt
day becoming more numerous t
every :t I'
mass meeting of the citizens of
down with Ylolence.i .
iht city of Papeete was inundateda' lives; still duty is calling and we areboth Washington, Mar 3.-The president Meridian and confusing. Groups of Republican -' Witte and the emperors called
; was to-day and eight
i the hailstones ranging in size from a
.1 1 about se\enty-five buildings d"J gad' to get back to take m I'' had a conference today with Secretary thousand dollars immediately' sub-, senators advocating the' amend- cillors.who. argued that only the re-.pea to a hickory nut. the average be.

'"-O\.including the American con-[once more the esrious duties of life." Taft, Senator Lodge and Speaker scribed to aid the destitut.3. and in-, ment providing for a judicial review I Inundation.i of imp-etnal power couldappease ling about the size of a hazel nut.
jured. : of orders of the Interstate CommerceCommission the sentiment 'of the 'country, I
Cannon concerning the refusal of '' The storm which hung about Pen.
taro and the French government The Mississippi legislature, in sessIon I groups of senators who:would carry the day. Count Ignatioft 1
sacola the of Friday s-
the senate greater part
committee pa
to report the '
the
the bill the made a last personal appeal to I
by
support as passed
IlKtllliJS. Philippine tariff bill. at Jackson today appropriatedfive housel and of Democratic senators t' emperor, warning him bluntly that on red over early in the evening, but
thousand dollars to the :Meridian': groups I
great banks of leaden clouds contin-
nw Frsnch gunboat Zeelee has SUIT FOR $$1 0,000 Secretary! Taft, as he left the White relief fungi! Governor Vardaman at1 I may be seen In close consultation the eve of the assembling of the ued to' pass overhead at intervals until
such irrevocable
fcttm to the Tau lotu Islands' with sup House said he was not'inclined!'to dIctate noon secured a special train and, load latter National Assembly an nearly midnight, when the first
to1'I step would put an end forever to
wot. food and fresh water and the I to congress,hu. that the ft,ht for ing it with convicts dispatched it pot.j, The however re warning that another storm was brew
i J'T) sh consul has to his this city. This city now. enjoys the: icy |.autocracy. emperor in the form of,, vivid flashesof
appealed lower Ing came
tariff rates on Philippines prol- ', Tlie most notable of these mained firm and ordered that a vote be
unique spectacle; of state convicts groups!i
sacrament for aid for the five hun- .EO DEATH OL41L ucts had just begun. He said he aiding in the rescue work. is the first mentioned which has directed taken and when the proposition car i l lightning and the dull distant rum

c;ed BmisU subjects. Some .Amri- ''
cans also sustained a heavy loss.: '' right "ta-attord-ihe-PhHipimKyv relief -'I 1. from the east end. ;1:1 tlM''.;;gotton mill about IL agreement: concerning anametdmcnt decision. electricity each flash causing the

The hurricane reached a velocity of settlement The tornaiK .swept from, Ihat-TOigitTSrove satisfau. electric almost die out
and the assistance they need. ligos jot and
street to street and wrought great] tory to all t'ep Ucans. They assert]I ] NIO'k'MEMB R"S- ,
i'n(> miles per hour [ on two ()(C3siong'causing them to 2U,
CHIlD havoc ther Many' houses were demolished they have a majority of republican out completely for 'several seconds.
and fire added greatly the senators in favor of the court review
THOUSANDS PERISHED ONLY TWO HOUSESLEFT horror of the situation. A number of amendmentMr. ELECT OFFICERS Storm Broke with Violence.
negroes are believed to have been cre- At 12:40 the storm broke over th'e'city
DURING THE STORM mated. in all its violence. For one min-
STANDING
The work of tht storm lasted only Williams, was in thf'e center'o[ tM ute the wind reached a velocity of
San Francisco Mar 3.-The Evening W H. Caro Has Entered Suit for the brief perloj of five minutes. first floor when the =buildIng' collapsed BOYS DEPARTMENT OF THE Y. M. fifty-five miles: per hour driving before

Post states that ten thousand Among the freaks: the wind played His cries for help were heard. but efforts it immense quantities of hailstones

,1... rsons perished during the storm on Against Street Railway ,Com- By Associated Press. was carrying the little baby of Jim to reach him! were futile. When he C. A. HELD INTERESTING which in places where they* I

Tahiti and the adjacent Islands, sev- Stewart from its horns sweeping Itl realized his doom he endia'! his own MEETING FRIDAY NIGHT. 'were banked up by the wind, reached
al of which Its p pany for This Amount. Antanarvo, Madagascar, Mar. 3.-I j through the air for many feet and sufferings;; by slashing his throat witha a depth of three Inches. The prevails
account says, have Details of the instruction caused by]finally: depositing it gently on the pocket knife ing winds during the day had been
,sapaeared the waterspout which recently destroyed -!I'I I i ground uninjured where it ]lay In the! C. S. Woodruff was pinioned down from the southeast but the gale that

places the damage at five million been enteredin the village of Mahanorca} !,'train:i for some time but when rescued; j I }Ly timbers which caught three toes of The junior members of the Y. M. C. accompanied the fall of hail and terrific
A suit for has
il'ur! ,. $10,000_ show that only two'houss were left;,appeared none the"worsa for its ex-' his left foot. He remained in this po- A. held their regular meeting and, rainstorm came directly from th
the circuit court against the Pen- 'i;a rience.l piliou for five hours than he was rescued election of officers Friday evening,1 west, and. in the five minutes, front
These reports have not been continue sacola Electric Terminal Railway standing. Thirty bodies have been l One of the sad tragedies: ; was the : by carpenters. He sustained no; when the following were elected to 12:40 to 12:45. thirty-five one-hundredths

!, bthe officers of the steamer attorneys representingW. recovered. The material losses are'suicide of Claude Williams floor Injury except the loss -of the three hold office until Sept. 7: of an inch of rain fell. In tne

Manposa who brought ths, news of I Company by very heavy. I manager for a big hardware company. toes. President-John A. Lewis. fifteen minutes after the storm the'
H. Caro. The suit is the result of
Vice-President-John Kgan. .
re:: disaster from Papeete. rainfallwas' sirtv-two onft-hnndrpdtha-'
the killing, only a short time ago on Secretary-Chandler Yonge. of an inch a diothe period from .

Jackson, street, of Edward, the litt'e! Treasurer-Earle Lvman. I 12:40 to 120 nearly one and one-quarter
EX-GOV'R. The report of the secretary showedan rainfall recorded the
HOGG son of Mr. and Mrs. Caro a tragedy inches of, was by
enrollment of seventy-three mem Weather Bureau instruments on top
which is still fresh in the memory ot .. pen, sixty of whom are enrolled in of tug custom bouse.

DIED YESTERDAYBy Pensacolians, the -death being one ot the gymnasium class work. The total precipitation for the 24

the saddest in the history! of the city.t I I.! For the two weeks ending March hours ending at 7 a. m. Saturday

The suit was brought by C. M.Jones ." : 16th there will be a contest between morning was 3.07 inches of which 1.54
the members to see which' can bringin inches fell between 12:40 and'3 a. m. i
' Associated is : '\ .
Press. and Avery & A veI'J' While it not '
C : the largest number of new mem- The maximum wind velocity continuously
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Houston: Texas Mar. 3-Former known what ground are 'set up for } ;: : ';. ':> bers. The reward will be an Invitation -, for five minutes during the 24

Go\wnor James S. Hogg died here to- bringing the suit, it is probable that it > to attend a supper with the one hours ending at 7 &. m, yesterday was

claat the home of his former law will be alleged that the company was ;."'- ;:t > :-:-/:; :.-;" i, or more new members they secure. I 34 miles per hour.
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tanner. lie had been in failing health at fault and that it was through :: :C1. ;.;;. :: ::::; -: There were forty members present I Effects of the Hall.
negu-1 at the meeting and each left with the Walls that the full
were exposed to
l its
met
r the past year but his condition has fence that the child
.4' determination to secure at least one
1IU1 There will be a large number of wit,, !: ;
considered
dangerous. He nesses in the case when it comes up ; ;f' h new member. I (Continued on Page Six)
-aHouston last and,
evening
I for trial as, in add'tion' to those upon i' /
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1 I. *ling indisposed took to his bed. others who were in ..-" .
the many
car ,
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H( diAt ai eleven o'clock thLs morn- the neighborhood at the time of the FINE NEW BUILDING TO BE

.as accident will be called upon to testify. .iY
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i fey Y to Discuss Subject of well, without have worked hope of reward faithfully, ,for and the ? Journal August i.


I II I I Making Mardi Gras Celebration success of all past carnivals''' 'Association and for t! :

the perpetuation of the r- The friends of The Journal will be The second floor will contain the editorial
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Permanent. for future celebrations, but it has not y Interested to know that The Journal offices in front and the compos
i received the financial support which!j a' ing room just back vf them. The requirements
I Company has signed up contract of The Journal's increaSing
exacting labors of #
-- unselfish and
the
I I' : with the executors of the Pusher business will make necessary the

're;d nt Walker Ingraham of the its meubers should receive; therefore) estate to erect for it a buitalng on the I occupancy of the entire space on both

I ::. at Vssociation has issued the at a seetlng of the boar oL directors; corner of Intendencia and De Luna' floors and the walls and foundations

If; .* nj.; call held on the 1st., instant I was Qrirect-j; streets, the structure to be completed|will be heavy enough to aatnit of the

ed to call a mass meeting of the of cL / i ready for occupancy :by The Journal I addition ot a third story should the ,
To Business Men. of Aug 1. of the present ).ear. I{ latter be found necessary,
P nsacola Fla. Mar. 3, 1906. ,progressive, publlo-spintd citizens J Z 2 T The building plans and specifications t j'] When Th Journal moved into Its

k Tilt" Business Men of Pensacola: (Fensacola.whether present or past O Ic"- of which are now In the hands i present quarters it thought they would

rt:, 'armval Association is facing; contributors to the Association or. :Ji. rJ of the contractors will ,be a handsome -1 afford room enough for years to come.
and means for / constructed especially forThe'Uournal : There was. In fact, so much room
a devise one.
dear: of more than $1,000.00 for not, to ways Association's and _secured' by; the latter -''that The Journal really. could not

thf1 1906 1 celebration of Mardi Gras- the liquidation of the' J on a longtime lease. It will be i, utilize all of it.
definitely
''J otter, cords the Association Is now present liabilities, and to'decide Gras /J L built of brick and the new durable! But that was two years ago. Since
re is whether or not the Mardi cement block, two stories high. 103: then The Journal has grown to such
tan:
: $1.000.00 in debt. This In
111'' celebration will be perpetuated feet deep along De Luna. street by 30 i an extent that it is now seriously
'<) several} causes, chief 'of which Pensacola. ---=- r = feet front on Intendenda. and within i. hampered for lack of room and will be
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{ ''be (acts that a number of firms .I This meeting is hereby called for I ISO feet of Palafox street. i until it can get into Its new quartersi

anll 'Muitfuals. who are direct ben t 10:30 o'clock A. M., Thursday of, March Com The ground floor twill l be occupiedby i text August. When the move is *
J firj ares! of the have 8th.. Instant at the Chamber t the business office in front and in i made, The Journal then proposes to
carnivals
; f'l1ed annual merce in the lSSlalisbury'building. of thiswill be the circulation -I make sonre' additional "mores' pnthe
1 Sir ''o subscribe to this year's car VALKER, INGRAHAM. UNCLE S.UI-H IJINGO'! I WO"DER IF/JAPAX IS GOING TO GUIDE CHINA'S HAND I _", the rear and mailing departments and the checker-board! of West Florida journalI ;
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) iind many of those who hat"el President Pnsacola Carnival ...Aasociatton ; and stereotyping room.I ism that will startle< the native. .
COailted: \ have failed to subscribes I i News Item- :.It that been .stated that, Japan. expects, to control the destinies of.the,Chinese. ., ....."\ .,),"- press room ,

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1 DAMASK CRASH BIG' STORE UNION SKIRTS. GLOVES !

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PeDSl OIa's Barga.n Cen'er'

NEW PATTERNS almost 500 of Towel Crash. 69 cents buys |1.00 Gloves
ALL Big. white beauties at pieces Advance Sale I ofWhite Bea.urtul sheer. goads: W.ll: Worth up to 17.50 spec a!
inch at $1.39. !half price. 500 to select from-
pair
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Each :piece contains 25 yards wash the same as linen. here at $4.49.
70-inch() at 49 cents. Here is your chance. f. white black, brawn and tan.
for
Buxton Spreads, worth $1.50, worth 7 cents yard. Goods !, If you are look'ng a
Positively the greatest of all. at 79 cents. Special" here at Special-19, 24 and 12 I/c Skirt, here Is your chance to Here is your chance to get

I Table Damask Sales l Essex Spreads worth 75 40-Inch Bedford Lnen Lawn, procure one real aheap.! i pair of =1.00 Graves tor 69
: Not on sale Tuesday. $1.19 for 25 yards. MONDAY
cents at 49 cents. worth, 15c. at 9 cents Not on'sale Tuesday cents.

Oltariaf a hall- fee luring .
opportunity right hire at the -- "

b.Inning of the Season. .

.f DaintyUndermuslins. De Long Cloth Nainsook Bed Undermujlins S call India.,Tabl Long Union Dama Clo end,h k, FrenchDimity Three' Great Values. New : ,',


frenh Lamrn., No h.ng like IN SHEER WHITE GOODS .
and NainsookEnglish
English ii ever attempted before in '.
Unions.Very
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this city. A perfect w*irl- I (Imported.) Arrivals !, .., '
Made in clean airy factories; make, very soft, pos'- wind of fut jeiliig. H.rlis 46-inch Stench Lawn worth

not sweat shops tlvely the best values ever your main chance. F.1Uw up to 60c, at 35c. I
soft-will wash the tbs crowd to the Store ,
Gowns elaborately. trimmed, offered Big 46-inch Persian Lawn worth a-
at 69 cents worth Jl.OO. same as linen. Very desirable Long Cloth! worth $1.39, at and \lave money. Sao begins Both small and large checks up to dOe, at 29c. Oranmental Back Combs. ;:?
at nine. t
Skirts elaborately trimmed 39 cents. 46-inch Muus.e'tne' de Sole, !
at 89 cents. for Shirt Waists, worth up to Nainsook, worth S2.00. here beautiful quality for the money. worth up, to hoc, here at 25c. Hand Bags. A '-....,

i Drawers open and closed 40 cents at $1.49. Wm. Johnson Special-9, 24, 29, 11, 14. The bea-uty and finish of these Belts, and '"- .. r +
!worth 50 cents, speciol here at Each piece containing 1: goods will cause you to buy : 1

23 cents. Here at 25c the yard. yards. 6 Son. Not on sale Tuesday. freely of them. New lingerie .Walst4 _.:: :

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by simply keeping in view this fun da-1 Ifhi ,SPORTING WORLD
ORGANIZER WALKERON JONES IS NOT I
mental principle as a landmark, which THE GREAT TEXAS BILL

none but the most infatuated would A CANDIDATEPENSACOLA Corrfffaa, Tart General

have ever lost sight of. Ed Corriga/i, "the master of Haw

LABOR MOVEMENT "The rapid and steady" growth of thorne," will go down In history as '

the American Federation of Labor WRITESA one of the most indefatigable turf fight WILD WEST J
ATTORNEY
: ers of all time. Corrigan has been fighting
arising from the affiliation of pre
: His. Here is LETTER SAYING HE IS NOT other turf notables for more than
Purpose to Endeavor to Bring About Closer Relation' viously isolated, together with newly e
And World's best Rough Riders will exhibit at
formed national unions; the establishment OUT FOR CONGRESS.
ship and Affiliation Between the
Large Numberof
of local unions of various

Labor trades and callings where none before According to a letter recently written c PENSACOLA THURSDAY MARCH 8 8.A 8.

Organziations Here. existed; the spontaneous formation by Hon. C. M. Jones of this city, ,
he has no idea of entering the cam
of Federal Labor unions composed
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paign for congress from the Third
WILL ADDRESS A GENERAL MASS isting popular demand for a practical- of wage-workers following various district. In reply to a letter from e
means of solving the great problem, trades in places where there are Claude L'Engle\ editor of the Jack
:MEETING OF UNION too few persons employed at any particular
MEN AT the Question naturally suggests Itselfto sonville Sun Mr. Jones recently wrote
many: 'Which is the best form of one to allow the formation of $ 1
the latter as follows: 1i
CARPENTERS & JOINERS HALL organization for the people the local unions of those traces: thus
"Pensacola Fla. Feb. 24 1900.
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furnishing valuable bodies of auxiliaries
MONDAY NIGHT, WHEN ALL ARE workers"I I and recruits to existing unions "Hon. Claude L'EWgle, Ed'tor: of The f
unhesitatingly answer: 'The organization
Sun Jacksonville Florida.
,URGED TO BE PRESENT AND ,of the working people, by upon change of abode; ths Central "Dear Sir;Replying to your ,In.qulry 1 z.J.
a the Labor unions, the Trades Assembles,
working people, for the working
;HEAR HIS VIEWS. people-that is, the trade unions. I.the citadels of local power; the State' of February) :2, 1906. as to
whether I candidate for
am'a congress
Federation' for state legislative ad-
The trade unions are the natural
growth of natural laws, and from Tancement: this steady growth is I from the Third Congressional District fI f
of Florida,' say: I am not nor have ;y
of
gratifying evidence the appreciation 11
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representative of The Journal the vy nature of their being have '
I been a cand date for Congressional
of the toilers of this broad land -
called upon Henry .M. Walter general stood the test of time and experience.The .
honors. Please make this
public.
of a form of general organization in .
t organizer of the American Federation development of the trade unions,
"Yours truly. i
cf Labor regarded both from the standpoint of harmony with their most cherished
yesterday in his room at the ISl
"C. M. JONES
Manhattan Hotel and requested an in- numerical expansion and that of traditions and in which each trade .
Slt
terview upon the labor movement. 'Practical 'working, has been marvelously enjoys the most perfect liberty while

He is. working among the various labor rapid. 'Tha trade unions have securing the" fullest advantages of Tm y mm a Pmblle Situ.

I organizations of Pensacola endeavoring demonstrated their ability to cope united action. The famous race horse Tenny is this )
i to bring about a greater with every emergency .econmical or I He claims that there are now over season to be offered as a public sire. \ (
119 national and international unions ,14
and closer political-as it arises. |
co-operation ana'!' affiliation. The once famous race horse is pow I
affiliated with the American Fecferaition of
"It ,is true.that single trade unions '
,
,+ t
spending his last days on an obscure
of Labor. Over thirty states have
Mr. Walker have been often beaten In pitched bat
is a man of much experience
farm In Harrison H. C.
organizations affiliated with it and county. Duffy.
over
i
tles against superior forces of united a
having been a member of I
1,000 cities have Central Labor!. residing near Cynthlana. has offered
capital but such defeats
labor unIons for over twenty years is are by no f
} cow in his 39th year of age and has means disastrous. On the contrary, unions or Trades Assemblies that; the service of,Tenny to the public for a I \ ; 72// 1JI

been employed by the American Fed- they are useful in calling the attention -affiliate I II small fee. The horse has been unfor 'J/ l .
7 (erallon of Labor for a number of of the workers to the necessity of I I Mr. Walker win speak to a general tunate during his career In the stud +.a. t' ej
yjars. He has traveled through Mexi thorough organization, of the Inevitable -mass-meeting of union men only in] and few mares have been bred to him.

co. Canada Colorado, Wyoming Kans89 obligation of bringing the unorganized the Carpenters hall Monday night at -
Misdourl, Illinois, Pennsylvania! workers Into the union of 8:15: sharp. To-day he, will speak to Charles Olien. ,

New York. Arkansas Texas. Oklahoma uniting the hitherto disconnected lo- the Typographical union meeting at Charles Olsen, the wrestler issued a f'I
and Indian Territory during cal unions Into national unions, and 2 p. m. and a meeting of the retail I
t
jhallenge from Asheville N. O.
re-
the past six years In the Interest of of effecting a yet higher unity by the clerks at 4 p. m. in the Carpenters cently to wrestler in the world ED COBEIOA5. (.
halL any no
the trade-union movement. In dis- affiliation of all national and international -,
weight barred. Olsen at claims decade. There Is seldom a time when
cussing the form of organization most unions in one grand federa- Upon the union label question be present
4 successful he said: Con: in which each and all trade organizations said: "The union label is the insignia the world's middleweight champion. some one is not camping on his trail in True Representation_ of Western Life! ;
or industrial decency the trade-mark ship. One Hackenschmidt who Is full war paintCorrigan
-It is now generally admitted by all would be as clstlnct as I
really educated and honest men that the :billows, yet one &s tha sea. j stands for the trader; the union label something of a wrestler himself, would is said to be losing $1,000 a Grand Gala Day lor Old and Young. tr

a thorough organization of-the entire "In the work of the organization of for the tradesman. To know a make Mr. Olsen look like a Chinese yen day, because of his long drawn out .
working class, to render employment labor the most .energetic, wisest, and product is made under fair conditions' in a match. battle*in New Orleans, where the track
ana the means of subsistence less pre devoted of us, when working Individually as a !preventive of strikes, to know controlled by his arch enemy the Western Improved Seats forlO.OOOPeopte with Waterproof Canopy 1

carious, by securing an equitable cannot hope to be successful the product is just as advertised look Keen to Rae. A..aIR.. Jockey club refuses to be put out
share of the fruits of their toil, is the but by combining our efforts all may. for the union' label. Th union labelon Foxhall Keene told a friend recently of business. By forming the American over Audience Only. Brilliantly Lightedat Night. ,
'
most vital necessity of the And the combined action of all the any proouct! is a guarantee that the
present that he will drive again in the Van.
Racing association Corrigan worked THE ONLY GENUINE 'J
money paid for it will return to the CELEBRATED
unions when 'exerted in favor of
day."To any derbllt auto race next fall and that he great harm to the Western club.
with interest In the form Jockey
meet this union matter how powerful it consumer ,
I urgent necessity, and no may
ba* already ordered the he will
t to achieve this most desirable result. be, if exerted in favor of an unorganized cf improved social surroundings. car use The eastern tracks long ago barredCorrigan'i COW BOY BAND t

I efforts hare been made, too numerous or a partially organized mass. horses.Qbampioashlp. f

I to specify, and too divergent to admitof "I assert that It la the duty, as it is Chleaaro'B Athletle Beerslt. of 1
more than the most general classl- also the plain interest, of all working More timber for a championship track Florida and Alabama' : Billiard Tovrney. Composed Genuine Cow Boys, will at each Exhibition, :

flcation. Suffice it to say that those people tq organize as such meet icoun-' team at the University of Chicago has A billiard tournament to settle the Day and Night, Discourse all the Latest Classic rand
attempa at organizationwhich admitted ell, and take practical steps to effect( : ; LAND COMPANY championship of the world will be Music
Popular of the
been promised by Catch 8tagg. At
Day.
to membership the largest proportion the unity of the working class, as an played at Madison Square Garden, In
of others than wage-workers were indispensable preliminary to any' sue-1 least a dozen athletes ot'ablUtJ have* Manufacturers of New York city beginning April 8 and ,(
those which,went the most speedily to cessful-Attempt to eliminate the evils 1 entered the Midway school and Dealers in Don't,fall! to see our Great Historic Street Parade. Will take place on
lasting two weeks. ,
the limbo of movements that won't of which we, as .a class, so bitterly] It is stated officially that Boy Middl- LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN- Six of the greatest day of arrival. at 10 a m. By far the most wonderful Street Pageant ever
move; while of the surviving experiments and jwtly complain. That this much-, gan the former Englewood (In.) high GLES AND KILN-DRIED BAP. living exponents of the game will compete given upon your streeti. It Is not a Circus Parade, but consists of real 1

those which started with the desired unity has never been achievedis school track. star and football player, for a medal emblematic of first Western Celabreiles, Tribes of Indians Mustangs Bronohos, Vanqueros, (
most elaborate and exhaustive platforms owing in & great measure to the will Join tho track squad. Another place among the professionals. The Mexican Burros; traveling as they do across the Plains 1
of abstract principles of the players who will In the
were non-recognition autonomy or track man of promise Is JoMph Rudolph participate
i those which got the soonest Into fatal -the right of self-government, of the, ,Ind tourney are Jake Schaefer, Slosaon,
of Crown Point, a pole
complications, and soonest become several tr8l 'es.' The American Federation 'I vaulter who has above the eleven BUSINESSMEN'S Sutton, Ore Mornlngstar. Hoppe and THE ONLY'WILD WEST THAT WILL VISIT YOU 1
..xhausted.I of Labor however' avoids the! gone
4 Cure, the Frenchman. 1
THIS SEASON.
I "In the face of so many disastrous fatal rock on which_previous foot mark repeatedly. .committee DON'T MISS IT. 2 Exhibitions

failures to supply the undoubtedly ex tions having similar aims, organlza-I Maddlgan, who to considered one of 'is AA now arranging promoting the details the and tourney it is Daily at the show rounds. Afternoon at 2, (,

__n___ ______ the best way prizes has been of the working season on In an a farm athletic LUNCHES the intention of the promoters to make NightatS. Rain or Shine. All

since his graduation from high school the affair the biggest ever known In Seats Covered.

m- MedicineThe last spring. He, Is now_ six feet one A great many of our beat the billiard 'world. Julius Balke of
Spring Chicago is one of the leading spirits IntrJ'ln
and a half Inches in height weighs 200 business men lunch here regu
to get the notch
top
pounds and Is considered one of the larly. 'They like the food and profession
best proportioned athletes In the west. the way we treat them. als together again to stimulate interestIn I'
best is Hood's It
Sarsaparilla. billiards.
As a track man Maddigan held the There Isn't" better place'intown I
is the best because it does the most good. local high school championship in the to entertain a customer The style of game to be played will r .

weights last spring. ,He Is also a high and many a good-s''zed! deal has be eighteen Inch balk line, two shots In. I

While it makes the blood pure, fresh jumper of ability; and is good' In the been consummated over the 'coffee After the championship has been decIded mars L a rertm) ,b1 dnBon of f11-healtay Jt leans lnlU path
chocolate or cream In our In NewYork an effort will be pi wrecks atta probabj7 any other one dle
and lively, it tones the stomach to bet.Q pole vault, although his great weightnow cue t
handsome refreshment parlor. made to take the entire list of contestants HY7 Deanne
will force him to give up this upon t
ter digestion, creates an appetite stimu :Merchant's lunches, 12 to to Chicago to compete in around oft malady the system Is usn fy '
event. While be is regarded excel quinine.or that deadly 1

} lates the kidneys and liver,, gives new lent material for the track team, many Chocolate 3:30 ''Pm.with.. 35c.cakes Coffee.lOc. Ice'Si. prizes robin of tournament considerable for some special ste eoetary either., [t 1ve t'a P mineral.yoDon'tp D.n Ure1y rou. it tan's as an t
value auarante0
believe he win of greater strength f
brain, nerve and digestive strength. on the football prove field.Aaotber Cream. 10c.Kandy George Slosson anticipates an early r RERBINE f

f An unlimited list of cures-40,366 tes. trip to Paris to rejuvenate the "acade-- breeraraadysatuseesrccas I
mies" and to play for the world's cham- i ataLrls rt J
pear be.d fl&
.n is. .
i testimonials in 2 years-proves its xnerit.Sp&euL.To Bomd'Sm.. -- pionship. ova i.a.i- o r wof vars. Is

nwel tk. with.*' .( tk_ wke Tom-What's than A two dollar bllll! boo per b0.r' All O o m+++ee sar r'+r i+.lB
prefer mdkin la tablet form.ws ar* BOW pat 1I
Hoodi it choeoUt ote t Ma. Ton told me this morning you were
tine rup4rillA <
up W.A.Sno"den.l031UJtonSt..D
UbUu .. well win the sass liquid form. By Mus..t.ri: '"I want every lek woman* UD.to broke. Kitchen Cafe, BUY YOU A BOX AT MCMILLAN'S f
Ndueiac Hood SarMptrUla to a soUd estrus know the eurmc Dower of Hood'Sarsaparilla. Jack-Well I want you. understand MONDAY AS YOUS RECEIVE A J
vn h**.ituliMd th.tabtote sk.nraU. a long
prop .Adtedr 11ID..aLI had milk lee and _
t W\i.* et en medicinal iaIN di JeD&. .... lore which flood'a Sarsaparilla p e. that Japan isn't the only one that can 104 S.Palafo Phone 999 PRESENT WORTH 25c. WITH ti
8oidVdraniitt O rMaibr 1DaD IN lee'l,cured. ThU tainepnriaed my blood borrow money.-Som.rvWe Journal I .
1 does ODe dollar C 1. Hood Co..LowoU.MM, and; Umforated
in whole 1
y a jstuC' EVERY 25 AND 50c BOX. ALL D .\LERS.f. .

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''CAPT. T MINER- CARD PARTY I ': >




...and: rT.TTRA.CTISV.7SP.ECIALSAL'ES .



HAS PASSED DANCE J :





AWAY*! 5- Jewish Ladies'...by Aid. and Councilat I



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K. of A. HALL v .
Died Yesterday Morning at His '

Monday Night March 5. I

Home After a lingering The friends of these, two worthy -1 Monday Tuesday and Wednesday. L' i .

S Illness. Jewish organizations are cordially ,

IT IS A QUESTION invited to attend. .

ADMISSION 25 CENTS.
.,'*>n the single and double- Captain. Tom ASpecial
bel Minor one of the best __ _
'tfil sack let your own known.and most highly respected cap- I
breaS': tains connected with the fishing industry Offerings in Monday BargainsFor Special Values in

lisp* *>e your decis'on.y passed away yesterday morn- THE CLEVELAND '

1 _OU are thin and slignt ing at his home on West Garden I New Wash Dress. Goods One Hour Only, From 9 to 10 New White Goods
street
where he had been confined fora a. m.

choose! the double-breasted; if month with a complication! of diseases -: 2000 yards of Sheer and IFine Print JOe Sheer and fine White India '

and a general break-down of ; ed and Washable Batiste, ohoic fie and 7c-Torchon Laces and Inserttngs Unon and Checked Nainsook

thc! and stout always stick the system. GRAYS HEREMONDAY est and newest styles worth special u u .. ....2?;c special for Monday.. .. .. ....Oe ,

to .nr Dingle breasted sack. The deceased came to Pensacola' 12'/ic to iSo per yard. A man- \ 10 yards best Standard 5c Calicoes Bes. .25c White Persian Lawns
from Connecticut about thirty-two: ufacturers line of mill ends, 1'ght: or dark colors to go for..39c Bhfer and fine and 45 Inches

Both stiles are right here years ago. II=> was then engaged In.. ranging from 3 to 10 yards togo 21 yards extra Stout Sheeting wide special Monday ....19c. '
the fishing business and continued to Monday for choice,'per yard ,&/& Domestic for 1 hour for.$1.00 15c Sheer White Persian Lawn

tn> Il..t' styles are right. follow the tracfe upon coming to Pen' 1 case of fine Printed Lawn Rem- 10 yards best Sayles Bleachery and India Unon. double folJ
I
sacola taking command of one of the nants suitable for children's Cambric regular 1ic quality special value at.. .. .. .. ... .10c S

fishing schooners here !He followed. dresses, worth 10c to 15c per special for 1 hour for .. ....95c A handsome line of New Whitenad- S
this life during his residence here yard put up in packages and Full Paper Pins. special for this ras and various fancy weaver for

I but about three years ago, on accountof ,, a'I sold at, per pound. .. ;. ....39c SS sale. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..1c dresses and shirt waists ranging.
Illness he ceaad going to sea and. Will Arrive in the Morning on S 1 case of Oil Calicoes and Print $1.39 Black Swiss Taffeta Silk for from lOc to 35c per yard.Monday's '
charge of the
I wharf of Saunders
Iliad
m I He was considered ed Cambrics both plain and one hour. .. .. .. .. ...89c S S
STftJ1DARDtrffiHIJ1G I one of the Special Train and Spend Dayon fancy worth,6c to Sc per
most reliable 10 Best
men in the business and 1 yards lOc Zephyr Gingham
yardto 'go in one bargain lot, Silk
was liked by all with : new dress styles for. hour..69c Bargains.
whom. he was the Bay. per yard. .. .... .. .. ...4c
acquainted. I Extra ink or Pencil Tablets special -

Recently.he took one of the smacks i 2 cases of neW' Edinboro Ginghams .. .. .. .. ... ,. .........40 27-Inch Crystal Pomtllle Silks *
.-- -- -- --:-- to sea and while out was taken J1L and Sharon Suitings soft and dressy, flOe. values

FLORIDA CURIOSITIES. After leaching port he took to his! The Cleveland (Ohio) Grays, now worth lOc to 15c per yard special Fancy back lOc Packet Mirrors special. .. .. .. ......:S9o '
special. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..5e
bed and did not price Monday. u u u ..8 eSpecial 1 lot of 50c Dark Fancy Louislne
Lni- and Stuffed Alligators ready again arise. He was I touring the south :will arrive here bj 40c White Jap Wash Silks special -

fo sn.pm.?nt0sicgr 57 years of ags and leaves a wife i special train at _&;30 o'clock tomorrow Line of new and Natty .. .. .. .. .. ........25c Silks. neat dress styles spec
wood canes, with alligator three sons ana'' three daughters. I morning. Shirtings, just -_received_ very 39c Bleached.O'Table Damask special. cial.. .. .. .... .. ......,39e .
Th, funeral services Immediately upon 20c Mercerized Fil ., lot of fancy Check and Plaid
h ;ii.ie'_ ..">c. will be held 1 their arrival they 'will be' taken in :deChine very .. .. '. -.. ... .. .........25c
this afternoon at the family nobby styles and washes like a Taffeta and Louisine 'Silks,
:) Shells! and Shell Jewelry. Shell Large rolls Victory Toilet Paper.
WOOd Leather Goods : dence at 3 o'clock the resi-j charge by officials of the Louisville Jap Silk special. u u_ .. ...15c worth up to $1 peryard. special
t>j Novelties aSiaiI \ the lOc kind special .... ......7o
.
be made in St. John's cemetery. Th-i and Nashville Railroad and the following Calais Batiste beautifully printed Monday.. .. .. ., .. ...,39c
'.\ Roll of Sc Toilet Paper special..4c
following will act pall bearers W. I 27-inch Banzar Silks all colors. 6c
MRS C. N. McCLURE, as : .committee of the Chamber of Sheer and fine a special bar- 75c English Bristle Hair Brushes

Opera House Building \V. McDonald: S. .D. Smith,. Rchard! Commerce. inviteul l toy passenger j gain for :this .sale.. u .. u -..1OC spepial,:: .... ,'. .. '.... S..., .. ,..59c', S S value: special bargain at------490
Warfield. A. Manley, Thos. Harvey J1129 36-inch Black Chiffon Taffeta -
E. Government St Penaacola Fla. I' 1 Be to line of French Card of Solid Pearl Collar Bat- -
107 G. agent, J.v.. 'Lurton President sure see our .
and John Welsh : Mayes, Silks, special Monday., .:,t95c
and American Silk Printed Organdies- tons special ., .... .. .. .,.bOo
.- Secretary Jones and Messrs. T. A.! $1.39 Changeable Messaline Taffeta S
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the and EXTRA SPECIAI 20 dozen whiteS
design colorings are simply
After a heavy meals take a ,couple Silk, all) colors, special bargain '
Jennings R. M. Cary W. B. Ferriss
R. K. WHITE of Doan's Resulets! ,:and give your stomach Ed. Forcheimer W. 01 Forbes, J. R.j. exquisite the prices range from 15c Lawn Embroidered Turn-over Monday. ... .. .... ... (,98c
19c and 23c: to 3&c yard. Collars best lOc values for 1 <
Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler liver and bowels the help they per 75c all Silk Taffptas. in plain S
I Keller. Thos. C. Watson. J. S. Rees, ,
hour choice .. .. ... ....So
and Graduate Optician. will need. Regulets bring easy reg--, and R. B. Simpson and will be taken 1 case of new fancy Plaid and colors and black special.. .49c
30 S. Palafox St., Pensacola, Fla. ular. passages of, the bowels. I for a trip on the bay. The steamers' Check! Edinboro Zephyrs spring 25 doden 19c and 25c Embroidered 'Best $L.s 36-inch Black Swiss S

..... ... I Columbia and Angelo have been char styles in 10 .to 20 yard lengths Turn-over Collars, special' Taffeta Silk;. special! Mon1ay..$i.45 S '
--------- tered for the trip and will leave Pala! worth '15e. special .. .. u .10c for 1 hour.. .. .. .... .. : ..10e
1 lot of 39c and 50c Embroidered
Fancy -
A Power In the Senat
fox wharf at 9:30: o'clock.
I I
TERSELY TOLD Eugene Hale of,Mdine, who for years Wyer's band has been Turn-over and Stock
engaged an Collars special for 1 hour. ...25c Rugs and Mattings.
has been I' Special Embroidery Sale. S
: one of the most potent forceson will meet the train on its arrival It '

the Rejniblica'a! ride of the United escort the Ohio soldiers to the boats.I
"Mn$ - }} uui spentf sever-
months. S the active floor leader. This does depot to Palafox: street and then to in.medium and extra Special Neckwear Sale. *
19c and 25c
not mean that Senator Aldrich has the wharf. En route to the boats the wlde.'worth lac to SOn per yard each.
Grays willperform', ome' fancy evolu- special Monday for choice. .lOc S Genuine Japanese Mattings, :35c
White Embroidered -
100 dozen Lawn
\1 S Derlie Gulls'! of Omaha Ga., been unhorsed or Jnven from power.He and fiOc values in 40 yard rolls to goat S
tions in and in the manualof ; .
marching 1 lot of 8c and Oc Hamburg Embroideries Turn-over Collar worth,
ia and not in
"-s tonight for her home after vis'i a great manager is $7.50 and $10.90 per rolL
arms. and Insertings fresh double the special Monday S
her cousin. conflict with S any The first stop'on the bay trip will' be and new special for Monday, each. .. .. -. .... ......5c
Mrs. H C McDavid is visiting her int.po1nt. .Of'itfe'years"he has manifested at the riavy yard; thence- to the bat per yard.. ..; .. .. .. .. ....5c 1 lot of 15c and 100 Turn-over Collars lace trimmed worth
I'ss'-and less to take $1.50 each, special. .. .. ...75e
disposition
t.f... Mrs E. C. Gentry at No. 1503onli ;; tleship Texas if arrangements can be, A handsome line of Swiss and special. .. .. .. .. .. '10c

\ DA\IS. for a few .days.Y made to land on' the Flagship. 'of Admiral Hamburg Edgings,. Insertingsand 100 .doz. Silk Windsor Ties regular -
Dicken's poua: 'ron. The party,I I All-overst at special prices. 25c! values Monday.. ......19o
\ D J 01 niton, of PLtt b ..rg.y ,o which numbers, about 200.. will then! Best 39c all Silk Windsor Ties all Special, One Trunk ofDrummer's
iv interested' in timber lands In this be taken to- the' Life Saving.Station the newest styles special.. :25c

:if'ction. is in the! city on 'one of his for lunch and returning fo the.city 1 lot of Ladies' Chiffon Auto Scarfs
regular. visits. < I about four o'clockand leave for the Onr New Ready-to.Weal Samples S
__ I 75c values special.., .. .. ...59c
north at 5:30 .
: s> m
White
Lawn Embroidered
1 case of Baby's -
Homer Brown left )yesterday, for ., .
3ij bought at half price containing pillow '
H 'Pr S : and Lace Trimmed
.iicther rminsbam' !who is where coming ha: will to Pensacola meet his 1!; ca- NEW ALTAR VESSELS Department. Caps bought under value will .., top Dresser Scarfs Center pieces. S

IFOR ,JOSEPH'S CHURCH sale at Stamped Pieces and Art Squares tofco
'II< spend several months. go on Monday special
s --- IS ALMOST COMPLETE and we are prices.! on sale Monday. at less than half
sheriff .las C. Van Pelt returned k' New chalices and vessels for the getting In all] kinds of New Skirts their! ralue. S

tome sterday afternoon from In- S'' altar in St.. Joseph's''church are very Waists and Saiti.' (Don't buy anythingin Special lots at 3e, 7c, 9c, 19c and '

G .-lna, whre he went several days much needed and. in order to secure Ready to Wear Suits Skirts or New line of Gilt and Leather Belts 25c. Be on hand early and get first ,

',:'), harm: ; an escaped l conTlct' in cus- ; b them an appealwas made to the congregation Waists until,you.see our line. just In at special prices. choice.:.
,
*n 4iI f't
,; last Sunday for old gold ..
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Mr and Mrs Jack Brandon recently 't e or silver articles from which to have I,

""< rtainej H. O, \dams. of Birming- the new vessels manufactured. The ,
*! 'm a' dinner. Mr. :' response thus far has been generous
Adams, who hIt

*hon i-lend V4 of",t.Mr Brandon's is here on (7 ; i : but considerable the work can more be done.is needed before T. H. Lannon & Co

The old gold and silver donated Is I I IS

Tn citizens of the new city are ,, sent to an (eastern 'manufacturer, by! :

,'n. much pleased with the opening : whom it is melted and cast into the
'. htsiroeis and are in hopes of eeen I required articles and some of the. mo.stl '
,
< feccth!; beautiful altar vessels in A. -
: avenue added to the existence :
olb"r have been secured by similar dona '_ '_ .-r--.-.- _. : ,'j''t' 't. i-:: .

tions. .
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Uik; Stone, son of :Mr. and Mrs. P. ;

.Soar. wb i left Pensacola four years t\1 ___ __ ___ ___h_ ______ VITAL STATISTICS. I YOUNG MAN FOR ARRtSTED EMBEZZLEMENT1:No'Lo'g-Wiits '

-'! i>- now located in New York, has \ THE CARELESS GROCER S
Births and 1 1I
*
Record of Marriages
> .
n
making a brief visit: to his par.nv ,
j I U T. Harvey a young white man I I
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the Week.
here ECOENB HALE. Blundered and Great Good Came Deaths During .
who came here recentlY' from Columbia i
\\'''II} E. Trudeau left for his home inS on himself the responsibilities of active S of Jt. The following Is the record of mar- Ky., and who has been employed I for Prescriptions 5'

<)uutlSaturday! noon, after ten I: leadership, t>o Hale has come to be th A careless grocer left the wrong .riages, births and deaths during the 11 various :positions in Pensacola I II ...

ia pent most:: pleasantly with his great force In arranging party policies package at a Michigan home one day past week |.I since his arrival, was* arrested' yesterday i I
*!" >rs. Mrs A. K. Johnson and Mrs. Senator Hale is not a poser nor Is he and thereby brought a great blessing Marriages. by the county authorities and 5 '

Thomas Woodland. fond of speechmaking.. He Is simply a to the household. :White Milton Cravey to Vivian placed in the county jail upon tin. Ii S S I IJ,41

great worker and a man who stacjr "Two years ago I was a sufferer Miller. charge of embezzlement. .
R'V_ Q. Vreeland who has b3cn Williams to Amanda obtained II if 'compounded at Hooton's.We .
c absolutely Immovable amid public from stomach trouble. so acute that Colored-Jim Harvey, It Is alleged pos '- 4-S
ni ft' :
mi the city for several Sun- Allen, Charlie Adams to Sarah Townsend session of a mortgage for $150.00 upona
dd. ant thus clamor and private pressure. There ia the effort to digest ordinary food gave I will send our boy around;
unable to nil the puliv and _John Foster to Carrie Gardener. piece of property and sold it to a S
pain brought
great
me on a
5- In condition -
man public
itl'
Independent1
'11'1'11 Palafox street Methodist no more of such extreme nervousnessthat John House to Minerva Gaines Ale man name4: Hoffman for $75. up down or across with them ,
will
preach there today botiie life.lie I could not ,be left alone. I Armstrong to Sarah Smith Henry '7
ming and eveningS the Spanish war which I. FISHING without extra cost-and the
opposed thought I should certainly become In (Armstrong to Mamie Johnson: Aaron MASTER OF -.
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('a; 1 .\. A. Calhoun returned ;yester"a was about the most unpopular thing a sane. I was reduced in flesh that I Thomas; to Julia Stephens Clara H. SCHOONER ARRESTEDThe ,,- -' _I cost will be a fair one to begin -
: morning after spending a, week man could do. Then lie opposed the was little better than a living skele Moses to May Francis, Jim Hill to 1t

; n hiv on. E. B. Calhoun on East Philippine war. lie did not get much ton. The doctors failed: to give me Beulah Brown. master of the fishing schooner' with. If you.don't know
'III' ,'api. Calhoun says he had a de-I fame out of'Ji, but he opposed It none relief and I despaired of recovery. Births. S I r Clara M. UttlefielJ. which arrived '

'iKitfui: )! tjai.i) : and thinks the carnival I, the less. In tact, his principal differences One day our _grocsrjman left a durln the past week. was arrested a: L.I us, our stock, our methods

:", 'Iii I derided credit to the Deep j j't' with his party of late years have paCkage of Grape-Nuts food by mistake White-To W. L. Delay and wife a few days ago by the United States' we bespeak better acquaint-.
\\' nil and her people.fcjutheu been upon war ssuea.. so; I tried a dish for 'alnner. I girl; to Hiram Taylor and wife, a boy; I''Immigration agent upon the charge L :-
was surprised to find that it satisfiedmy to C. W. -DUlereberte> ,and wife; a: of having on board his vessel two deserting I ,I ance.

". Hotel arrivals: P. C. appetite and gave me no distress boy. S I seamen from a foreign ship.I I COPYRIGHT! ti 1 P' S.
Mna.
New York; 13. ''P. Seal,,; whatever. The next meal I ate of it Colored-;-To,Dan Prultt and ..wife, _a I When given a preliminary hearing
K''AJUSlana. Black. Louisiana; H. E. again and to be'brief, I have lived for girl; to Sanford Edwards and wife;a I before the commissioner, he was held.
"Hards! I Louisville; E. W' }Moore At- 6. The Hamilton 'for several years the past year almost exclusively on boy; to Jake' Williams and wife a as were also the two menbut when

na5 O E Scott. City; J. P' Mc- was stationed at Tampa.S. Grape-Nuts. It has proved to be a I boy. they went before the United States HOOTON'S'S PHARMACY

*>*"S&lin Xew York; H. H. Gros. J. Donahue and wife and Arthur most, healthy and apetizing food perfectly Deaths.WhiteTheodore court all three were dismissed.NIP ,
>ileans; J. M. Lloyd City; ; Chas. adapted to the of
,,as \.it .. Bass of New Haven, Mass., are in the requirements '
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tour my system. years PHONE 11OO .
pleasure -
city on a
()ot>r*. were only ten cases before -It Is not only easily digested and ,organic heart disease. IT IN THE BUD.
Mtr Lanev in the municipal Unless you have found the ideal assimilated itself but I find that sinceI Colored-Martha Griffin 75 year,1 --"r, The Birth Place of Prompt Delivery.

ff' \esterday morning, three of place to lodge, the Furnished Interestto Rooms have been using! It I am able to paralysis; M Parker 45 )years heart First Appearance of Dandruff a Fore. ,.-=,-
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'1. urned over to the county and j you. S without trouble from Ina.1gt' .stion. The age; stillborn child of Frank 01l1'1; That such Is the case has been con- NOTICE Safes! Safes!' Safes!

name! was given thirty days. Them The Monticello News says: John stomach trouble and nervousness I child A H. B. Taylor one day. hemorrhage -elusively proven by scientific research:

11) aMcunt of fines assessed. wasitv's I Denham.s man-friends are sincerely have: left me. I have regained my f ; Rosa! Washington, 51 years:,rProf. TJnna the noted European skin Buy Diebold Safes!

S t.t00 I sympathizing' with him in, the painful plumpness and my views of life are apoplexy... specialist! declares that dandruff is The Woolley I Sanatorium the only Institute .

S j results whch! .have fol'owed bad, I no longer despondent and gloomy. the burrowed-up cuticle of the scalp In the United States where the Scarritt

..on'Mermen who signed the resolu-j iof his sister's. Mrs..'S. Pasco's residence my husband (whose old-enemy THOS.. RAUSCHER HELD vitality In the hair bulb. The hair becomes can be cured 'without exposure and 54f9'
calling the members of the handat the 'heart-burn has been' vanquished In time falls Agent.
upon : and turning to wave his UNDER $1,500 BOND lifeless. and, I with so much ease for the patient. Only
watj
Of Public works to assist In; his little nle e. Miss Minnie Smith ) have also derived great out This can be prevented. 30 time required. Describe
"htln S th? ,Injunction of J. E. Lon;!i his balance benefit from the use of Grape-Nats Newtro's Herpicid* kills this dan- days
the he lost Thos. the man arrested I will wr'te!
and an
way Rauscher
sainst; i across young >our ,case, you .
'
: r 1 e Board of Works the name the muscles food and we think no morning meal etuff and restores the hair to
.\!dernmn : and fell, painfully wrenching: complete without It.". Name given by some time ago upon the charge i: germ, and abundancy. opinion as. to. what I, can accomplish .
j. E.Vatso who was back. He has been confined 'its natural softness .
'S of hia family physicianto
Ask
your
::11 Ol t\v Postnm Co.. Battle Creek. :Mich. of securing. ,rIs noused by thousanda for yoo.
slgnt'rs.'aJ unintent'onal- 1 ut It is I ITher9's having forged papers lIerpidde is
since >
his bed ever Dr.B:: M. Woolley! 104
n to investigate. PIANOS AND ORGANS.
0111111",1 a reason. Read the HUh '; that It is the tt .
I satisfied
hoped that his Injuries will prove less book "The Road to Wellville" In alleged a considerable sum thereby o' t'OPle-il1 : hair preparation on N. Pryor Street.- Atlanta Ga.octtrEii. i CASH OR EASY TERMS. .
most wonderful
XOtl'" serious than was at first feared.Be was given a preliminary hearing iI
have been received by the rkgs. s All Piano Work:>> Guaranteed. S
Iot'al' tustom officials here from the yesterday before Judge Bellinger, the markettoday.sale W'. A. IY Alemb rte. -- -I CLUTTER A RUSHING, .
by
'C trt'as.t.! department that the big rev- sure the extracts you Blue use RIbbon are- BUY YOU A BOX AT McMILLAN'S After hearing the evidence Rauscher -I druggist For and apothecary 121 SouthiPalafox : J 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. i
ee.tter<< Ask: grocer for .
''hi! Hamilton, which has been pure. your and Vanilla. Ateolutely! MONDAY AS YOUS RECEIVE A was held under a bond of $1.500 street, or send lOc ia stamps I I PHONE 476.
h'iJ > |lort occasions Lemon FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. t
Co. Detroit
upon numerous WORTH WITH and falling to same was committed for sample to The Herplcide -
PRESENT ;
gives
s i far and 25c secure .
: ccndenined and'will fce sol,) pure. Goes twice as > Pensacola, Fla. % %* *.....! '
it P"r'it-! }! desserts tfie lue. Ribbon Flavor. EVERY 25 AND Soc BOX. to jail. Mich. :
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PAQEPUt7.: THE PENSA'COL'A JOURNAL UNDAY MoRNING MARCH 4, 190G -==-- '

a day for making known to the :, .
: Ho the number of estates hal
PICTURE PUZZLE he :
THE JOURN.AUSLOCAL; ; sell The writer concludes by caUin!to?

iW VJbe nsurofo' Iwifnal on their all country's Frenchmen: good who to advertise are devote tn

thng: they want by walch their eVery for.

tunes will be made the public ben
fitted and the press the great -

DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. -..;.. port of their liberties be enriched.II\Q-\

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PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY I'I ) l :' MONTGOMERY RAILRD--
; e \ _< :: t ..: .:

..BY... t.-, ... ..<. ',,---4(11-: % i '., : .' NOTICE TO CONTRACTOR

R \ : : r. >'.<.Y' < Sealed'proposals will be received at
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THE JOURNAL COMPANY. the office of engineer at Fort D&
...
-;.: : catur for grading and bridging &a
entre: remaining portion of the Mca[
FRANK L. MAYES. President and General Manag.r. i19fihi1{} !Jf1 : gomery Railroad not hitherto 03 er.
t ed to contract, extending from
A C&atj,
I .;;i ;; ,* I. hoochee river 40 miles westward

MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. and also for such portion of the !
t miles west thereof embraced in the

former proposals as shall not hit

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. /been let previous to the 25th of D.

,One Year.$5 00 One Month........ ......... 45 cember. will
Proposals elso be
,. Six Months.;.............. 2 50 One Week.... ........... 10 the bridge received;! !tr!
building on the
.. Three Months..... ....... 125. Weekly' Edition per year.41 00 Division across Line Westers;
Cubatchee Cal-
:& 2 eebee, dough and Ufaule Creeks m

: The Only Penaacol Newmpaper From Which a Detailed the Lattice or Col. Longs plan.

__ The proposals must be ban eJ to
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. the
; ..4\., Engineer previous to the 25th of D.
comber to be opened on the :Gth of
the tourists.
Tourists: "Elegant city; fine ac. 'Yinest harbor on the gulf; great "Unexcelled sidewalks: excel-I Puzzle.Find. the same month.

OHIO..10sand110Ea.t'' I Papers on Sale' on Trains commodatlons." winter resort.'" The part of the l 1'ne now offered for

: and at all News Stands. contract ,embraces some heavy wars,
I generally, In a very elevated
I (Fijnsacola) selected as the placeof thatfor two years and more there existed sect II!
was
The Postoffice
Record in Pensacola the Oldest I of country, perfectly healthy and near
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA SUNDAY MORNING." MARCH 4. 1906 ,, the proJ3Ctea' settlement, the base a town of about two thousand a portion of Georgia w"aere" proyiscare :
One Case for One Short Week. Settlement in America.I from which tha cross and the sword inhabitants on the shores of pensa- cheap and abundant Thirty-tit

No criticism of a public official or St. Augustine evidently feels somewhat were to advance to their respective cola Bay. which antedated by four miles of the Road are now under o
Pensacola's Live Business Men Must Make tract and 200 laborers are at
st. Augustine the oldest townof not:
which years
Institution The Journal has ever piqued! at the idea of Pensacola'sclaim conquests. Northern laborers" seek:
ng em JIOjo'ment
the Mardi Gras Celebration Permanent. made seems to have met wiith. sucha as the oldest. settlement in "Accordingly on the fourteenth day the United States. on this work, may expect p&:!

general endorsement as that in last America, and Editor Lewis: W. Zim of of August 1559, da Luna's fleet cast Therefore by this undisputed rec highest wages in small contrac's: 5

The call issued by President Walker Ingraham of the Carnival Association -Sunday's and last' Tuesday's papersn the St. Augustine Meteor rushes to the anchor within the harbor which he .,ord. Pensacola claims the distinction l'beral prices, and can remain duny

for a business men's meeting next Thursday to decide whether or not reference to the unsatisfactory' service -defense of the east coast city in the named Santa Maria; (afterwards of having furnished the site for th* the summer with perfect impunity

the Mardi Gras celebration Is to be made a permanent institution in *!enaoola at the Pensacola! po-tuffice. The following very entertaining! editorial: named Pensacola 'Bay). The population first European. settlement: on Amen To A.be A.pu'blshed'DEXTER: till Chief the Engine 20th De-

: ought to meet with a ready and an affirmative response. business community had put up withit In our J last Issue wa; copied: ,an article of two thousand souls which can soil this settlement having been cember, in the Columbus Inquirer,

:But such a call ought not to be necessary in the first. place. It ought so long and complaint had become from The Pensacola Journal, in the fleet brought wth: the required made six years previous to the found Mobile Register and Morning Chronicle :

_ to be a matter of pride and enterprise with the business men of this! city FO general that The Journal's com* .which our brilliant contemporary took supplies of every kind. having bean lug of St. Angustlns. In honor of the Augusta, (Ga.) Sentinel, Xaslri'Je: !

.. to see that so valuable an advertising feature should be made permanent raent seemed to voice the true:senti- the position ;that our hustling sister tended' the work f.settlemnt.began founo'er' of the city Pensacola's city (Tenn.) Banner, Rail Road Jou-na,
over on the west' coast had passed street Tujkaloosa! State Intelligencer and the
without the necessity of dragging them in to its support. It ought not now ment of the vast majority of businessmen the stage of modeSty as to age, and C 'The destruction: of the fleet by a'council just recently renamed a Pensacola Gazette. (Montgomerj

to be necessary for the officers! of the Carnival Association who themselves in the city.Poatmaster.Northup. wanted to pas as being older.: than hurricane ,within a week after Its arrival -which Is now' known as De Luna Journal) NOT. 19, 1S36-27

donated a year's work and attention to the affair to have to go out and has. complained. her ancient, 5lster F'9, fie brother. threw a shadow over the infant street and on one intersection of
however that The Journal's charges Don't you recollect that Uuan' Pones has Just signed up
which: The Journal All Indebted the
the natural persons to estate
beg for the money with which to meet the $1000 deficiency in the fund for settlement aggravating
the were too. general and that if de Leon strolled over here from \sForto incident to all coloniza a contract for the erection of a newtwostory of Fernando Moreno, deceased, are required
celebration. discontent
: recent
Rico in 1512 that Fountain of
1' there dissatisfaction with the service on building to"ba completed and to make payment forth*'ith,
The Mardi Gras celebration this year cost $1o.ooGoverdollar: of Youth errand, that ha reached here onEaster tions, resulting from the contrast between and those to whom the estate is II!.
: wfclch remained right in Pensacola. On a conservative estimate the city a specific charge or complaint: Sunday and named the terrl- the stern realities: of experience occupied by The Journal August 1, debted must'present their claims to M

of Pensacola was, on the Jay following the celebration better off. In the should be filed. I tory Florla'a' in commemoration of the antf of expectations colored'by the imagination next undersigned within the time prescribed -
natal of Savior? Then in 1561
2 AS The ;Journal Is neither a private day our further proofs of the by law.FRANCISCO.
money left here by visitors and the money kept here by people who Rene de Lordonniere. with his little of the colonist Against Now if any '
detective nor a post mce inspector It of these figuresare MORENO Aflrn.
staid at home as the result of our home celebration to the extent of fully fleet of three French vessels; came that discontent ever on the increase historical accuracy
has not secured a detailed statement of required. we shall be glad to fur Pensacola Nov. 1%. 1836-36.
back track.
nosing around ponce's and successfully
on de Luna manfully
i $60,000.00. And this does not contemplate the value of the advertising
each specific: grievance which the In- and later ((1565)) Pedro Menendez.
request.
nish them
and thus is on
1562
until was
which struggled ; The subscriber has received
Pensacola receives as a. result ol the Mardi Gras and Its cumulative Just
dividual patrons of the office may craving a desire to see tho Eldorado
Ic effect In the time to come. have but it made the charge that gen- of the new world cast anchor here in from for New sale York on and reasonable Boston te'ms and offers

\Pensacola has a great many live business>> men. But she has also we eral dissatisfaction existed an4 the: our festival harbor of on St..the Augustine 28th of-August-the and christ ..a"'....... .... +:+:+.....:.......:..:..;:...:..:+:.. 300 barrels lit BH POTATOES.

1 regret to say an unusually large percentage of dead ones. Pensacola postmaster himself as well tho 2000 bunches Onons.!
as ened the spot after.the great saint?!
has some business men whose enterprise and twentieth century spirit I Ii 10 barrels No. 1 Mackerel.
readers of The Journal knows that Now, our whilom historian would say l EXTRACTS THE '
9J. permeate and enliven everything with which they come in contact. But this charge Is true. The JouroaJ is I that because Don Tristan Da Luna or I FROM 40 half barrels No. 1 and 2 :Mackerel

she also has a class of people who are a drag on the progress of the com leased nevertheless to state a few I P&nfilo de Narvez got off their course .30 quarter barrels No. 1 Do
4, munlty.Cmaglne"a. and, 'possibly, 'storm bes 1ged. drifted GAZETTE I 20 kegs Salmon.
specific cases of error which have around on the west coast, that, they i PENSACOLA 25 do. Tongues and Sounds.
1' Palafox street business man kicking on the payment of a come under its own observation during I were looking for the great harbor of 25 bozes Codfish.

paltry little $25.00 for the support of the Carnival Association's work! the past week, since its ,original Pensacola.. Well now. its! a little singular t't 20 do. Herrings. .

AND SOME OF THEM WONT PAY fll! This class of men are really criticism was made. Briefly: and that the"''discovsry of such a Dated 'November 19 1836. 1000 Ibs. Dryed Apples.
f .
12 firk'ns Butter.
r of little value to the community. They are never identified with anythng! chronologically stated they are as fol.I magnifiicent harborwas not given f
50 bales
Hay.
more concern, and that the matter .4:
of a public enterprise nature. They never pay a dollar out unless they lOWS: should be passed ,by until away along :+:-+ ...:+:+;+: +aoao.ae:..:+ 6 !barrels Beets.

E can see it coming straight back over the counter to them and then they : I here within six years of the four I GOO W. BARKLE7.

4 mark it with red ink to be sure that it is the same dollar. Sunday! Feb. 25. "'I* Hilton Green, dredth anniversary of the Nov. 12. 1836-36.

I Happily this class of business men are fast being crowded out by chairman board of bond trustees, received -Ponce 'When: an anti-deluvlan hun'l I The ,following are extracts select. been transported to the very seat of I
an important letter from The rouse up and say that that was a ed at random from a copy of the Pen war.-A communication has been opened Cash paid for BEAVER, OTTER an i
newer and better ones. The law of the survival, the fittest is operating Journal which 1 The different divisions -
mailed the with
was Friday old time band the Spaniards had 'Gazette, dated Nov. 19. 18. G., Fort Drane.- other FURS by
f in their case as In all others and by two years more there will be few oft previous at 10:5. p. m., and'.which flghtin InguQS In, the early 1559's sacola of the army were concentn-t. NORTHUP & BALL.
:t these drags! on progress left. should have been in Mr. Green's box ; around and about Pensacola! 1 when .,Pensacola was nothing but a ing around the stron'g holds of the Nov. 5, 1836-35

Now about the Carnival Associattonion. Its work must be 'perpetuated Saturday morning, but which as Why' bless your soul Bro. )!ayos., village; enemy.-GOT. Call writes, that the
stated he did not receive till Sunday. we have houses here that are older friendly Indans: were active and use! $25 Reward.
The present deficiency must be paid. The :Mardi Gra3 celebration must be than Pensacola and they are good,! THE PENSACOLA GAZETTE. ful-and that be has hopes of bring- Ranaway from the Subscriber, abom

made permanent. If now subscribers to the fund cannotbe secured then Monday Feb. 26.-At 6:50: ( p. m., serviceable structures at that. Mr. J ing the war to a speedy terminal on. the' last of August a negro fellow nan!

the subscriptions of those who are already paying should for the coming The Journal's box contained the bun. P. Doofeeb ''()todest House," computedby "The UnIon-It Must Be Our citizens may congra'u'ate them "Cd ROLLY about 30 years of ap
( be increased. dIe of Montgomery Advertisers historians to ba upwards of threo selves the favorable aspect :which
year The Journal is ready to double its own subscriptionto on he !g very yellow his hair near!'
the Carnival fund and It believes that the majority of all who are subscribing which comes to the office and which hundred years;old. is filled with relics Saturday, November' preserved.1 affairs have recently assumed. On straight; is about 5 feet 10 or 11 inch .
instead of being opened and the that Ponce de,Leon would doubtle this day it Is expected that the army! high, walks s'ow with his feet out ahead ,.
I to the fund will be willing to do the lame thing.If papers distributed to the subscribers,I lay claim to could he put in an appearance will be prepared ,to strike a decis veblow. down speaks slow when spolm),:

the dead business men of the city cannot be livened up or dragged t>ay: lain In The Journals box since to-day. Then there is Judge J. The Gazette will be issued every .-Florldian. to, and very polite and professes .

; In or shamed Into the support of the Mardi Gras celebration then the livo the distribution of the Montgomery W. Henderson' residence antique Saturday Evening, at $3.50 at per the annum.1 be a barber by trade, but has been
mail. house that would make Pensacolians advance $4 payable
ones .will have to see it through anyway. Therefore let the meeting which with to ,pass throughits I liD months or $5 payable at the 'ex-' It is a fact which surprized us .not working in and about a saw mil!) rVI<
grow green envy
little that New Orleans exchange
a our 'i'.,
President Ingraham has called for next Thursday be a big! one and let Tuesday Feb. 27.-The Journal'sbox various passageways and hear the piration of the year at the option of reachus the last ten or twelve years;
papers almost invarlab said took with him bluecoat cci; :
I thos4 who attend go prepared to do business. contained a letter bearing the return -the (Judge dilate upon the rare furnishIngs the subscriber. I of a later date than any we receive negro a
and blue sat'net ottrclothing
Imprint of the Atlanta Journal I that date from the time of Columbus Advertisements inserted at the rate from Mob'le.-How shall this be pants no
and addressed to "M. H. Gilreath, up to the birth of our juvenile of one dollar for every: fourteen linesor accounted for? At first ascribed recollected is e tf
3 Railroad Legislation and The Subject of Trav. Rep. Journal, (nsacola., Fla.'"!I I sister. Yes. and "Whitney's Oldest ( less) for the first and fifty cents It to accident but when the we same accident The lurking about Mobile or Pen ace:i
above reward will! be paid, if 4*
This error seems really an .excusable,i House in U. S. would make you think for every: continuous subsequent in week
Government RatexMaking. Street Car Fenders Again one. i I IWednesday. jjou I were a spring chicken-especially sertion. happens three. times a J lievered to me in Baldwin cons!',
I for a wbo'e year together. It seems to
when Mr. Everett C. Whitny. got near Blakeley and a'l! reasonable expenses
The opposition to the railroad rate- The" deplorable accident of a week : Feb. 28. The Journal'sbox through telling of the stories that Its arrived have mightily the appearance of being paid or ten dollars if lodel

regulation measure known as the Till- ago again brings up the subject of contained a copy of the St. Au- walls could unfold if they would only here The on Steamboat Wednesday Merchant last from Tampa, done o' purpose.It I in any Jail so that I may get bii:
gustine Meteor: addressed to lion. J. speak out. again. GERALD B. BALL I
man-Hepburn !bin, wherein the railroad equipping the street cars in Pensa Ed. O'Brien. Just step over this way. brother. Bay., 6he left that harbour on Saturday is stated in the Nat'onal Intelli Baldwin county. Sept 18, 183t>-

allies in congress contend that cola with adequate fenders. and 'We will show you around the Ancient last, and is on her way to New gencer, that :on, the 4th 'nst an express \ (Mobile Mercantile Advertiser.) ((331.I ).
The Journal Is not an expert the feel Orleans, whence she is to carry was deap tched. from Washington -
on
Friday, 'March 2, The :Journal'sbox City and make you sorry
the government has no right to assume fender question and does not pretendto contained a letter postmarked that the Idea ever struck you that horses, and other means of transportation with orders from the War Depirt-I .

rate-making powers. Is simply 8ay that the recent accident would Barrancas, Fla., March I, 1p.. HL, Pensacola was in the land of tha lining ; to Tampa. It seems that be- mrnt for the relief of GoT, Call from The Journal Printed Our .
born. We fore Gen. Jessup arrived at TampatBay the command of the forces now oper-
another illustration! of from Lt. G. A. Taylor U. S. A.. and when St Augustine was
the long and not have resulted! fatally even with addressed to "The Provo Journal Co, know that we are old, and are not CoL.Lane had set off to form his ating aga'nn the Semtaoles! and assigning Ing February 1906
losing fight which public service cor- the most improved form of street car Westminster and Eddy Sts., Provi--ashamed of )it either. Just say Junction with Gov Call and had take the command to Gen. Jessup. ,

porations have .made against public fender but we do.contend that the dince, It. I." ':scuse me sister and all will be. fof- en w'ta him all the disposable hordes. I a Total of t
present style of fender used is not given. Jt is owing to this. that no movement (Mrs. Jane Johns. who was so barbarously :
knowledge and supervision of their has been made by him, until the' sca'ved sbot time since in
adequate for the protection of human Friday March 2.-The Journal'stax We know how St. Augustine must: Jet a
operations. letter from return of the Merchant. Up to the this vc'uity8! : convalescing rapidly.
contained Sargent
life and limb! and the street a feel at the: thought of having to fur- 139,325COPIES I
car been
company : 12th Inst communication had Her health is
sufficiently restored
The bill will nevertheless be & Co., P. O. Box 1617, New York, and no -
has never been able to show, addressed to "W. Johnson & Son render title as the oldest American received from the forces under Gov.I to enable her Ho leave her room.
t passed and the railroads will ultimately either in theory or actual working results -Pensacola Fla." settlement but we don't think even Call. except that sent by express Her suffering has been extr-me, tho"

be compelled to comply with that It Is. that is sufficient for Lewis Zim's reference immediately after the affair at the much relieved by the praiseworthy

the altogether demand for A short time the street Saturday, March 3,-The Journal'sbox to us as anti-deluvian and wo Cove.The. tention and skiU of Dr. Weltch. The of
proper ago car company 1 or an
contained a copy of the Montgomery Merchant left at Tampa November I 6th ult Mrs. Johns gave birth to a average
public regulation of their business so paid $5.000.00 in settlement of Journal and a.copy of the Louis- hmfcy! ieny the impeachment. I 12th ch'p Edward Bdnafee stillborn ch'ld.. She had- been mar-

far at least as it affects the aervicewWch I a damage suit for the death of a pas., yule Courler- ournal. each c plainly ad- But getting down to the matter of the to sail same day for Philadelphia. The:I ned nearly a year",wben" her hu bmJ

[senger who fell off and was crushed dressed to the Daily "News." respective ages of the two towns let St. Louis was lying in the bay. The,'I was thus Inhuman'y butchered.- 5,605DAILY
the public is entitled to receive. beneath the wheels. We do not know us see what there is to St Augustine's expedition from that ship had returned Jacksonville, Courier.,

; The day has long since gone by that a fender.would have This now is simply a record for claims.! The settlement was mad, aa without seeing any Indians. The ,
saved the U. S. Steamer Mar'on. arrived at St.: Texas.-Passengers In the
when public utilities can longer be one week of the errors contained laThe our contemporary says and as all.his., steamer
life of the victim In this ,
case but we Joseph with two barges on the 15th. Levant arrived yesterday morning
regarded in the light of strictly private do know that Immediately fOllowingthe (Journal's box alone and, as in theoase torians agree in 1563. There is no, bound to the Withlacoochee. Saw from Natchitoches report that several I The following figures show The P'*
!a
enterprise. They may be owned accident precautions were takento of the first error' noted, of the dispute on th'at score and we accept the Steamer Meridian on'the morningof officers arrived the"day previous to sacola Journal's circulation February for ea' ,

and operated by private capital but prevent another accident of a simIlar miscarriage of a letter written by that date as being! the correct one. the 16th near St Joseph.. the departure of the Levant who sbC'j! 1906.day during with the the average month of number tit

they must be conducted under public The Journal. It 'would naturally be Now then, let' us sea when the first ed that the Texian Government were
nature. copies
F supervision and must conform to public If :inferred that since The Journal was settlement on Pensacola Bay was, The malls of this week brought us. about to disband the volunteers, the i I'I Feb. dally 1 5.700: Feb. 15, 5.7MFeb.
the
company had provided adequate the first numbers of two new papers greater part'of whom would return
convenience and requirements. If making the charge of a bad service, made. Richard I* Campbell whoje established In Florida the "Florida 2, 5,700 Feb. 16, 5.7W
Un'tedStates..
safety appliances in this case, to the It is the inten.
this is objected to, there is but one the chances are that the accident would the postofflce officials and clerks "Historical Sketches of Colonial Flor Watchman" and thest.. Joseph tion of the Government to retain only Feb. 3, 5,750 iFeb. 17. 5.9M 6,12)Feb.

alternative-public ownership-and the not have would be particularly careful to see ida" constitute our most reliable reference Times." Too former ed'ted by J. the regular' army, consisting of about Feb. 4, 6,000 Feb. 18, ....
the .
: occurred passenge: 5, Feb. 19.
opposition of tho railroads to the that this paper -was not glsen an opportunity in such matters says: (Chap, Knowles and the latter by Peter W. six hundred men. 5,700
20
would not have lost his Feb. 6, 5,700 Feb.
life and the i Esq. The editor of the
Gaotier The of
present trend! of public sentiment for to prove its charge but II, Page 19). expedition Matamoras. was Feb. 7, 6,700 Feb. 21, 5,700
company would have been 5000.00( Watchman makes his bow to the pub- not spoken of when the officers left
L public control of these corporations is ahead.It even under those circumstances still "In 1556. the viceroy of Mexico,'and lic in a neat pithy editorial article. the camp. The soldiers were In good;: Feb. 8. 5,700 Feb. 22. 5,700

only hastening the time when public would seem therefore that even see what the service is. the bishop of Cuba united In a memorial in which we are g'ven to understand health-and the country quiet-N. O. Feb. 9, 5,700 Feb. 23, 5,700

: ownership will come. if its Now if this kind of a TecArd'an ba to the Emperor Charles V.,.representing that ho be'ongs! to no party, while our True American. Feb. 10, '5,900 Feb. 24, 5,700"
of
sense duty to the 'J public; cUd: 25, 6.200
Feb.
The Journal has previously predicted made in one short week, in. one box Florida as an inviting field, friend Gantler with characteristic Feb. 11, 6,100
not Impel it to provide adequate safety Feb. 12, Feb. 26 -
that the next paramount alone and particularly in the case of for conquest and religious work. Imperial .' frankness signifies his readiness to I Advantages of Advertising. correspondent
; appliances for its cars financial. Feb. 13, 5,700 Feb. 27 5.90J
attach h'mself to
I Issue in national politics w1U considerations alone to a patron who has just made public ,sanction having been secured,, the evil any party; always i of one s>t the French capers Feb. 14, 5,700 Feb. 28, 5.9*
ought do so. eschewing however of "tak. takes some pa'ni to prove that all
not be the tariff question or the In charges of a poor service on the part an expedition was organized under violently --
any event the subject is one leg ides BO as not to leave the manufacturing wealth of Englandand I
} money question or tho question of imperialism which the city council may well take of the post office what kind of a the command of Don Tristram &' Luna' room for a ehan'ge." I citizens prosperity cf London is: Total for the month. 139f325--

or expansion but it will be up, and the.fender,question cannot be. record has been made :with the rest to effect the triple objects of bringlnj to be traced to the popular"custom of 5,80
of the patrons previous to these pub Seminole War.-OUr latest Intelligence advertising.: 'By his Average per .
the railroad question-the public service -settled too soon. Human tife'is not'socheap gold Into the .emperor's treasury, extending account there Is
lished criticisms and! what kind of a from the seat of war Is of a no species of fabric, from pin-making
is
that
t prediction
question-and
t ,that either the public or public his dominions, and enlargingthe more favorable character -Gen. Read upwards. that can ex'st: without I hereby certify that the abcS
a
t showing would it make if the whole sys- '
fast being fulfilled by events.When service corporations can afford to bounds of the spiritual kingdomby after encountering many difficulties tematic operation of advertisement statement Is correct according to i-

p the present congressional tur- ignore a question of this kind. record of errors which the whole public winning souls to the church. For! has succeeded in establishing a depotof One bli.cktl1gakerhe_ says not records on to In this otnce. I

moll over the TIUman-Hepburn bill suffers could, be ascertained tabulated the first two enterprises one thousand provisions at Camp Graham on the only inserts several in the week; but FRED .... SWEET}1anag*.

subsides the subject will hare simply Secretary: Taft says he doesn't want and published T five hundred soldiers were provided, Wlthlacooche*, two miles above the I he sends hismen to caa'k the walla Circulation II
p been formally introduced into national to run the congress of the United "We Imagine that not even Post of ecclesiastics'. Block House and about eight! below within forty miles of the great cities Sworn to and subscribed before**
and for the last a host : ,
master Northup would han the nerve 1 the cove. Two steamboats are on the I One publisher pays 8,000-1 a year for this 28* day of Februan'. 1906.
I politics. The real fight is to come into States. Probably congress doesn't, to claim that the service is a good friars% and other spiritual teachera,I river; by means of ,which ample supplies puffing his new works, and one great PERRY DICKENotary :-,,

r future. want him to run. it eiUxer. one. Puerta d* ,Ah" (afterwards named I ..of provisions and forage::'have auctioneer expends.no.,less than %0-1, : Pubua:

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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING MARCH 4.- 19" .11I
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LENTEN SPECIALS WARSHIPS A mil 10 NEBO1RDIS J'J'I I I --






Herring Mackerel, ,, LEAVE HERETHURSDAY AfTER THE 1I J FORBES 1 "


Anchovies.


Kippered Herring Tomato Sauce Y YThe OTHERCommissioners "The Quality Store" I


Kippered Herring Olive OH,

Gillet Sardines '

,

Norwegian Sardines Coast Squadron Will Leaveas Pilot Bring Man.


Lobsters in Half and Pound Tins,, Soon as Joined by the dam s Proceedings Against Sale Begins Monday, March 5th, at 8:30: Sharp


Pillow Rook Salmon, Arkansas.The County Commissioners.Mandamus _

Dunbar's Shrimps

\ proceedings were yesterday -
flagship Texas and the monitors brought by the Board of Plot

EAST HILL GROCERY co.M. and, torpedo to commanded sail, from-boats by,port of Admiral the next Coast Thursday Dickensare Squadron Commissioners County Commissioners against,,, tne the action Board be-of Three Extraordinary Specials !

ing in the circuit court, to compel the
unless something unforseen occurs. latter to pay the salaries of harbor
F. BOWES and will proceed to Key West, gains
Manager.PHONE will settle
police. This case forever For
from there to Charleston.This Monday's Selling Only.
the Question whether or not the County -
212.I Information has been given out
responsible for
Commiss.oners are
and will cause som considerable disappointment : .
the payment of salaries of the harbor Muslin Underwear Madras Weave
as it was expected that Ginghams and Flannel Waists.If .
:+:",*:..* :gg.J.Jr": : : : the vessels would remain for some I police
Some years ago, owing to the abuse
r weeks and engage in target practice.
Yesterday the ships were engaged in of the harbor by vessels which dumped you are a Student of Economy and can recognize

I f Services at the C Churches\ small and kept arms this practice up throughout off the navy the yard Cay,I tons police of were ashes employed overboard,who two were harbor Values, you'll be here sure at 8:3O: sharp.

The Arkansas is expected here kept on duty for several years, but

#.X.X.X+K": .Ot #+:+. :+ ..:. .t' about Tuesday from Natchez and as the County Commissioners finally! decided .-
cut off th'g! notified
soon as she takes on coal and supplies to expense, so }
tha fleet will get under way for Key the pilot commissioners that no MuI: I

jollowlng! will be the order of services West. bills would be longer paid on this ac- made
Methodist ONE HUNDRED DOZEN GARMENTS, of extra good quality Muslin in clean airy factories ,
: at the various churches throughout Palafox Street Information reached here. yesterdaythat count. This ended the harbor police
the city today: Rev. W. Q. Vreeland Methodist, pastor.Church-Services 250,000 pounds of supplies would and although efforts were afterwards by skilled not sweat shop, labor. Considering the high price of all cotton stuffs we were exceedingly

Catholic. 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school reach here on the Tarpon on bar next made to have the action rescinded, fortunate In secur.ng these wonderful' values consisting of e
St Michael's Church. First mass 7 9:30 a. m. J. N. Andrews trip from Mobile having come by way they were unsuccessful.The I ti. a

oclock: children's mass 9 o'clock; Epworth League 6:30 p. m. Home Supt. of the Mallory line from New YorkMutu.1 present board of pilot! commissioners Night Gowns, Long and Short Skirts, a
last mass 10:30: o'clock; vespers 4 Missionary have proceeded in a different
Society
ufll meet Thurs-
manner. One man was employed and Drawers.which
O'dOCII.6t day afternoon at 3:30. Corset Covers and .
Joseph's Church-Until further Gadsden Street Methodist Life's New Head at the recent meeting of the county

notice Is given the following will be Rev. F. A Rogers, pastor. Church-Regular Charles Augustus Peabody who succeeded commissioners a bill for his salary and we offer for cash and one day only.

the enten Service schedule at St.J08t'ph services 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sun. Richard A. MeCurdy as president expenses were submitted, but paymentwas
s church on West Governments day school% 9:30: of the Mutual Life Insurance com refused.
a.
m. Epworth Lea
25c The
'red.Sund.. gue7p.m. pany Is a native of New York city, Mandamus proceedings to compelthe Garment25c

win be'heard'by Judge Reeves.' See( them In our big North Window. li .
.
: 9am. Sunday school 10a
; Church of ChristChurch past thirty years. It is said that the
High Mass and Instruction 7:30 'Better come early, as this will be last chance
m ; of Christ, cor. Jackson and new head of the Mutual Life lack! your
25c ARTICLE FREE TO EVERY
' m Vespers. Instruction, Rosary and
P Alcaniz Stre ts. Bible school 10a. that aggressiveness which characterizes
Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. PURCHASER OF 25 OR 50c() BOX AT
'. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 most Insurance men. lie is fifty MCMILLANS MONDAY. 4
\\ -dneB>day6-7:30 p. m., Rosary; t
p. m. by W. T. Tracy. Prayer meet. .
years of age quiet of manner and Madras Weave Flannel
the Passion and
Reading on Bene-
ing Wednesday evening 7:43.: Song I speech and decidedly methodical in
clcron of the Blessed Sacrament. LIFE CONVICT'S STOCK DEAL '
practice Thursday 7:30: p. m. All his business methods. m Ginghams Waists
I
Fridays-7:30 p. m.. Way of the welcome. y
cross; and Benediction of the Blessed S SLutheran Early In his legal career Mr. Peabody How "Wall Street's Dead M.K" D .- consists of
This
special offering fifty
Final Clearing Sale of all ''Flannel
sacrament showed much Interest In the real bled UU Fortnae.
Itolv Mass on week days at 8 German Church. The success of the stock speculation pieces of Exceptionally Pretty Designs Waists takes place here Monday, ,
Lutheran Church J,
-Rev. and In both Checks and
i Coloring
o clock. except Saturdays when It will
P. W. Reinhardt pastor. Sunday of the "Dead Man of Wall Street" be- when we offer about fifteen dozen fine
"t at 7':30: o'clock.Confessions Stripes and is Ideal material for chil
School 9 a. m. German service 10:30
: came known recently in New York
in the evenings before Waists at Half Former Prices.
English dren's and waists.
service dresses boys'
7 m. Church meeting
p. -
Sundays, holy Days'of Obligation and after close of English service.. All when after years of litigation the safety -

Firs' FnJays from 4 p. m. to 9 p. m. voting members requested to attend. deposit box In which Alphonsa J. Monday $1.00 Waists 50c

Baptisms Sundays at 2 p. m. or by Scandinavian Lutheran Church Stephani locked up his worldly possessions -

appointment. S e eSt Services at 10:30 a, m. and 5 p. m. 1 ii Kf ; before his life imprisonment began 10 yards for 63c $1.5O Waists 75c
;
Rev. Helle, pastor. was broken open and it was found
Kathainc's-Cervantes and Davis S .
street Rev. Andrew T. Sharpe. S. that during the years which he bas

T B rector. First Baptist. been,civilly! dead bia ,fortune baa almost New .A.rriva,1s.
Baptist Church Sunday
SundaysHoly Communion 7:30 a. .y r .1 doubled, says the New York American.

m_,Holy Communion 1st and 3rd Sun.I terfitt school will 9:30: fill a.the m.pulpit Rev.morning J. W. Sen-and a4i Fifteen years ago Stephanl was convicted Belts, Bags, Lace and Embroidered Stocks, Matched Babysets in fine Swiss and Lawn Embroidery,

av 11 a. m.; Matins and sermon 4 p.I evening. Special Union services In of the murder of Judge Clinton Embroidered Silk Mulls Chiffon Organdies, Venice Laces, Bands and all overs,_ Fancy Warp Print ;1
1:1
Week Days: Holy Communion which congregations of East and West U. Reynolds. He entered a plea of insanity Ribbons In all widths.Gage's'.

\erv Thursday 10 a. m.; services 11111 Baptist churches will participate.East .and was sentenced to life 1mprisonment 4

every day at 4 p. m. End Baptist Church, 11th Ave. i For years be conducted a
and Chase Street-Rev. J. W, Senterfit -
a e
Episcopal.ChTist pastor.. Sunday School at '10 a. brokerage office- In l1a.cell in Sing' Sing Celebrated Walking Hats .
m. Preaching every second and third and not only made Immensely profitable ? ,
Church-Rev. P. H. Whaley, Sunday 11 Investments himself, but directed MONDAY. '
I). at a. m. and 7:30 p. m. FIRST SHOWING TAKES PLACE
D.
Rector. Sundays 7:30 and 11 a. Prayer meeting every Tuesday night the Investment of his mother's fortuneto
Tn; ;5; '
m.
p. +
at 7:30 o'clock. tr x such advantage that her wealth was
Wednesdays and Fridays-Holy West Hill Baptist Church greatly Increased.
Sunday
Communion. 7::CO: a. m Daily at 5 .
m. ; p. Schhol 10 a. m. Preaching every first Shortly before the murder of Judge

For holy week special notice will be and third Sunday at 11 a m. and 7:30p. CTTAKLE3: A. PEABOPT. I Reynold Stephani Invested $10,000 in I Yours for Quality,

th'en.St. m. Prayer meeting Sunday 7 p. estate law and bas ever since made tocks, which, with'$31,000 In other securIties

John's Church Warrington m. that his specialty. lie Is recognizedas be locked up In a hoi of the

Rev J. U. Bicknell priest In charge.Services S S an authority on the subject and far State Safety Deposit company When W. J. & B. FORBES I ,

today 11 a: m. and 7:30 p. m. Presbyterian.First many years bas been the representative the box was broken open on the orderof

Century MIssIon-Rev. J. R. Bicknell. Presbyterian Church-Rev. of the William Waldorf Astor.estate'In r the courts It was found that with -- ""'"' L'.. ',..-- .
priest in charge. No services Julian S. Sibley, pastor. Sunday this country. He is also a director of the accumulated dividends and the I ."- 11- -- r : '.
'od' school 9:30: a. m. Christian endeavor 3
tyIEXOURSION the Hamilton Fish estate. lIe'Is greatly Increased valuation of the ,, .....
4:30 p. m. Preaching 11 a. m., and -- -- -- "'
I member of the directorate of the Astor stocks< this fortune, of fil.OOO bad i f
7:30 p. m. ,section 31, T. 8, N. R. 30W; thence 1''in the county of & cambia State of
The following musical program will National bank Delaware and Hudson about doubled. LEGAL aOVERTIS'H NTS from said SE. corner south on the Florida. Togsthsr with the improvements ,
be rendered: Morning.-Vo'un'ary, company Farmers' Loan and Trust The agent< who carried on his prison line between sections '5 and 6, T. 5, thereon and the hereditaments 'I

"Seek Ye the Lord."--Roberts; choir company Illinois Central Railroad: peculation for him was J. Lynch Pen. Precinct No. 23. I N. R. 30 W., to the middle of said and appurtenances thereunto belong '

assisted by Mrs. Sandusky. Offertory .I company. National Bank of Commerce dergast, manager of the National Safety Described as follows: Beginning at section line; thence eastward throughthe ing or in any wise appertaining. Deed I.-

: duet, "The Lord Is My baep-I and Uniou Pacl'lc railway.Women's. Deposit company who was a close the northeast corner of section 33:) middle of said section 5 to the at coat of purchaser.
berdt-+mart, Miss llalght and Mrs. friend\ of StephanI. At Stephanl' request township 6 north rango 31 west; -western line thereof; thence: in southeasterly SCOTT :M. LOFTttf, :

SUNDAYSteamer I Gtbbs.: I I all the stocks which were purchased I'thence south to southeast corner of direction through sections 4, .... Master. ll'
Evening:-Voluntary, "My: Song in this way were seat' to Frankfurt I section 11 T ti. R: 31 West thence 23. 10 and 11 of T. 5, N. R. 30 W.. to 4maroaw4w. :.1

Shall be of Mercy"-WilKlnson.oaoir! Germany: and locked in safety west to the southwest corner of sec point of beginning-.
"Florence Witherbee"to Offertory: Qulntete-"Ut! the Cherubic r deposit boxes. Proceedings are to be tion 7, T, 5, X. R. 31 W; thence north A. M, MCMILLAN. SHERIFF'S SALE. H

Gulf of Mexico, stopping at Host"-Qaul, Miss Ha ght Mrs, carried on In Germany to get possession to northwest, corner section 31 T. Clerk' Boartf ?f Co. Commissioners- By virtue of an execution Issued
Life St Sandusky. Mrs. Gifbs. Miss Gladien I of these securities. ,6 N. R. 31, west; theaca along: out of the Circuit Court. Es-casrvbia
Saving tion
going and and Mr. Craw sbaw, When I state line to point of beinnng.: Com- Precinct No. 22. )", State of Florida, wherein
coming. Boat leaves Palafox Sunday school at the Stoddart Ave-I I Stephanl was transferred from i posed of the following rections: 2, 3, Shall remain as before except as to i Charles Williams is' plaintiff and Cal.

wharf at 2sOO o'clock. nue Mission at 3:30 p. m. C, P. Zeek Sing Sing to the state hospital at Ian 10 ana1 11. T. 5, :\. R- 31 W., lat part,(sections 2, 3, 10 and 11 of T. 5, N. R. Smith is defendant, I have levied upou I'I'Count
: superintendent. All are cordially In- nemora seven yean ago conditions of precinct 22; 34 and 33.: T. C, N. R.| :21, which are BOW part of precinctNo. I and will sell at public outcry to the
vited. changed and be no longer had money to 31 W. late part of precinct[ 20; sec-'I 23. Described as follows: Com-i highest bidder for cash, in front of:

Fare SOc Children 25e.COFFEE $2o (O( take "fliers" in Wall street. The New tions 4, 5. 6. 7, 8, 9. T. 5 N. R. 31 W.; ,' nisncing at Mayo and McCurdy's Ferryon I I tho county court hens door on Monday

-- Christian.First I York Central and the Pennsylvania bectiona 31/32., and 33, T. 6, N. R. 31 } the Escambia river in towuhlp 5, the 2nd may of April A. IX, 1909, .
Christian church 43 E.s stopped paying the dividends on his W., late parts of precinct' 9; voting north of range 30 west; thence south during the legal hours of sale, the following It .

Gregory street. Sunday school stock holding, :and liefns; civilly dead. place to be at Creamers gn.I along the line of said river, to a point described real estate to-wjt:

f 10 a. m., H. J. Mackey, Supt. I be coulJ not bring suit to force them to A. M. MCMILLAN', where the south line of section 9,1 I [Situated, lying and being in EVeaia-! f" ,
l lWe Communion at 11 a. m. conducted by Oxford Tn pay up. Thu relatives of this "dead" I|I Clerk BoarJ: of Co. Commissioners. same township aatf range strikes thtt' bla County Florida tho NW. \$ of .
along the NW. !i of section 24. township 2 N
E. B. Cerutl. Prayer meetln's Thurs- J man were fighting for the managementof I camb.a river; thence ,
invited : j Precinct No. 9. southern line of section 9r 8 and 7 of range :31 west containing 39 and .
All cordially
day at 7:30 p. m. his property. With the death of his
1 remain as before except as to township 5, north range thirty ((30)) ,50-400\ acres, more or less.!' ',
are tbe Pioneer "You can't combine style and mother two years ago, however, this I Shall JAS. C. VAN PELT. J1...
e e e sections .4, 5, C, 7, Sand 9. of T. 5, west and along the south line of sec I
wear In low priced Oxfords; fight ended, and ttn uncle who was the south'm4t. Sheriff..
Coffee sections 31 W. to the
Roasters of Universalist.First north of range 31 vest and tion 12, T. 5, X R. yt.
Unhersalist Church-East This was the old time !idea, 1 only remaining; contestant, had the :31 32 and ::33 of T. C, north of range west corner thereof; thence north I ;{
West Florida.McHUGH'S Chase streat Sunday School at 10 a. but the theory has been cxp:oj- Trust Company of America appointed 31' west :which are now a part of precinct along the west line of sections 12 and

m. Y. P. C. U. 6:30 p. m. Rev. Ads ed ions! a'go. guardian of this property.In : No. 23. Described a* follows; 1 to the township line between T. band Co. I
C. Bowles of Boston, will preach at We ank'omen to look at this fight tor the control of Ste- commencing on the west bank of Es- C; thence east alond the same Marine Grocery .
m. Mornln our handsome and durable phaui'3 wealth' the contestants bad figured : c:1mbla.river where the l south lina of line to the northea.t:; corner of section
11 and 7:30: :
p.
a. m. ,
BLENDShave river thence ii.X.. R. 30 west; thence 606, 60S, 810 S. Palafox St. t
subject: "The Parab'e of Ine Rich without the "dead" man. lIe held section 9 strikes the ; 6, T. 604
I south line of sections I southward Inn ,between sections :5; Phone 721.
on ,
Man and the Begar." Evening: the key ta the safety deposit vault in west along the
The Model Woman of the Bioie." All IF. which his treasures: were stored and 9. 8 and 7, T. 5. N. R. 30() .nest and and 6 township 5 north of range 30 k
Two V. J. VIDAL Manager.
D fftyOxford 12 11..10, 9, 8,' west to the middle of said section ,
no equal. A trial are cordially invited to attend. l be refused to give It up. The State south line .of sections the
7. T 5, N R. 31 west to the NW. corner tILe; then e eastward through -
Hill V e s company olsp declined ,
convince the con- i Safety Deposit of section 18 earns T. and R: middN of said ect'on' 5 to the eastern
noisseur Salvation Army. T Deg I to permit the box to be opened \uUl thence 'south a'cng' the west line ofsections line thereof thence In a southeasterly THE HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO I
,
that we Meetings nightly at the Army HallA out the consent of SUphanl. and It was 18.. 19. SO and -* to the SW direction through; sections 4. 22

make no extravagant cordial welcome is extended 2:30 to all I only after a J legal battle lasting two corner of section! 31; thence east along, 10 and 11 of township 5, north of EAT I

Sunday school every Sunday p. The style Js there-the wsir ; years: that the opening of the treasure the south ling of sections 31. 32. 33, .range 30 west to point beginning.. Just Received:
in
charge
claims. m. Richard Norris captain In fact there Is more box the other day.It the township line A. M. MCMILLAN,
S Is there. was accomplished 34. 33: and 35 being Halibut! Chunks Halibut Quick Lunch Ij
wear and style deman led far that under the 5 and 6 to the Clerk Boarrf of Co. Commissioners.MASTER'S !
First Church of Christ,. Scientist I was also stated new between townships SO kits or fancy Mackerel fl.25 per l',
Wholesale First Church of Christ. Scientist- the price in our Two Fifty Oxfords arrangement for the management of west bank of th B'xambla river; kit. .

and RetailGROCERS Service at Jl a. .m. Services will beheld than at any other price. Stcphani's estate provision will bo thence nortnward along said river to SALE. 60 kits Salmon. $1.25 per kit

In the Pensacola Library build- Patent Colts anj Kids. The I I made for the "Dead Man of Wall the point of beginning.A By virtue of a decree! renderM by (0 I kits halibut fins $1.25 per kit j'j'I ;

ins on East Chase street. new lasts and all the correct. Street" to resume bis stock specula M. MCMILLAN, Honorable Francis; B. Carter, Judgeof 50 kite of Cod Tongues and Sounds :
k'nks.Come: Boara' of Co. Commissioners. the Circuit Court of Escambia kit. .. :
Clerk
S style I; dons which have been :ut off In recent 11.25 per .
and all Christ Scientist. County Florida on the 10th day of Bloaters Bilkers and Roes Herring, :
kinds of Feed Second, Church of here and be 'convinced
years _____ No. 20. 1906 In the of J.
Precinct January, A. D., case Codfish Pickled Salmon. Dill Pickle. ;
The .Sena': Church of Christ, that $2.50: will buy a good pair
Pelt,
Stuffs.Pluto Scientist-Services every Sunday of Women s Sices. Tile World.. Shall remain as befora except as to O. Ucnnings against J. C. Van German Sauer Krout :
morning at 11 o'clock. Wednesday afternoons "It's true indeed." remarked Kwotwth&t sections 34 and 35 township 6. N. R. as Sheriff of Ecambla County Florida Pig Feet In kits. $\.00.
now a part of ptc- : and exofficio administrator of the Manewal and Lance's Fruit Cake
room which are
3 o'clock. Reading one half the world doesn't know 30 west .
follows: Commencing estate of Alexander, deceased Blwnlt Co's >Fruit Cake !?o
to 3 p. m. the cinct! 23. Described as National
WaterWholesale open daily from 10 a. m. BostonShoe how other:: half lives""Perhaps Maggie Alexander I will
McCurdy'sFeny and
literature at Mayo and ; per pound-
where! Christian Science Tem lot' they have their BUS the Eacambia River thence on Monday the second day ot April, We handle the celebrated<< blends ot t
may be had. Room 6 Masonic Store plcions," repl'ed l nx.-( Boston Trap along the on line of said river northeasterly A. D., 1906 sell at public outcry for toffee roasted t 17 the Gulf City Coffee .r i

ple. S script to the state 1n't! thence *!'* cash before the county court house Co. H. P. Chipman, Manager. ;
and Retail. Col.) not' the state line to y8 NW. door l In the city of Pensacola, Florida! Oazaca 35e Ib.; Gold Standard %$0'Ib :
New St Cyprian Mission colored( ) OH Fashionable: 1r nard, Indeed. along of section 36 T. 6. R. 31 during the l legal!: hours of sale the' Diamond Blend. 25c Ib; Golden!

Orleans Crocery.Co. St. Cyprian Mission, ( Rev. D. D. itwrs "lie's a 'hard, fellow to get alone W corner thence south; along the west- following escribe Building-
Christ Church 8:30 trltb." Una ot said section 36 to Three and nine-tenths (2.9) acres of fresh roasted and as good
school
Moore pastor: Sunday ern lot (1)). section twenty-seven (27), Coffee! sold in this city.
'mob? line between townships one I ss any
Jas. McHugh a. rn. Services 11 a. m. ,gal 730 p "The ossified man."Cleveland Plain the and township 6 Sun
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.Y creation in Balbriggan India Crepe, Featherweight Nainsooks, and plete, a lady's wardrobe.


: 4q Lisles of all kinds. Anew lot of Ladies' Muslin Underwear.


::; Every train brings us Oxford Ties for both men and women. 1OOOyards Crepe Jacquards, suitable for evening, 65 and 75c quality,


See them before making your purchases. We want to give you a our leaders this week at 45c. Ask to see them.


try-on or send somi: up for you to try. If you can't come, phone One lot of the celebrated Butterfly Skirts! assorted. $8.50 to $18,


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One lot Men's Fine Kid Gloves, all colors, $1.50 and $?JS kind, this week at____ ___,$1.14 One lot Men's Fine Kid and Wool Gloves, all colors, 50 and 75c kind, this week at_= 39c

One lot Men's Fine Kid Gloves, all colors $1.00 and $1,25 kind, this week at____ ___ 83c I One Joe Boys' Fine Kid and Wool! Gloves, all colors, 25 and SOc kind, this week.at___ 21c G





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r knocking down the soot and rollingout Sunday with fresh north to northwest][I journal at points distant from Pen Familiar. I I &e tie
HOMES
FOR
i on the carpets. Many fine carpets winds. sacola, where hail occurred, will dropa A'large touring automobile containinga' SALE
4'
TERRI fiG STORM 1 postal card addressed: to local office YOUR SHIRT
were considerably damaged in -- man and his wife in a narrow road s reW'
i $1200.
U. Weather Bureau Pensacola :
this manner. I t INFORMATION WANTED met a' hay wagon fully loaded. The :
giving information desired below BOSOM 1
During the five minutes that the- ; woman declared that the farmer must (Fivf room cottage. reception ball
I REGARDING THE STORM it will be very much appreciated' : chiIan
hailstorm lasted the thermometer ; bL'k.ou but her husband contended I and bath room with large lot on Eas'
Direction: from which storm came. .
ift A RECORD dropped about five degrees, but went I The observer in charge of the )local Time and duration o'o hailr t! that she'was unreasonable. I SETS, RIGHTWhen Kill m.
up to its former mark almost imme- I :"But you'. can't back the automobile $1700
office of the weather bureau, desiresto !r r Size of hailstones. I) mQlV'
d.ately.: far" she said "and doa't Intend to you sent it here to be
I gain some knowledge of the extent Any other information in counee'ties so ;j' 'Nice home on corner lot N. Stl
laundered. The buttonholes
stud
Weather Summary.In of the hailstorm which passed overt',i with this disturbance if of an unusually move for 'anybody. He should have avenue, near car line.
exactlynor does the c
: Pensacola on the morning of Mar&'ij: I[ --violent character would be eeen us." I meet
his weather map of yesterday; neckband bind and scratcnour no
BREAKER I 3rd.. If some ot the readers of '!he'I appreciated. i The husband pointed ont that this $1350. .
Observer Reed gave out the following] 1 > neck. Its looking after iIX:
lls summary of weather conditions'- was Impossible owing to an abrupt these little details that's tnak- Six room cottage and bath East

throughout: tho country: turn in the road. Wright street. W
I I fag our laundry so popular. Let
H Hl'1f' 1V 4 f-l "I don't care" she In l1ted. "I won't f
(Continued from First rag) The depression central over Nebraska us do :yours. $2800. chi
move if we have to stay here all night"The ,
on Friday morning, has moved Ij:s : For a handsome home of $8 I rooms.... Cts'i.
fury of the elements showed the effects slowly to southern; Wisconsin; its; AMUSEMENT man in the automobile was start
The Star Steam two stories on corner lot; new anu
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yesterday, being speckled an.l northeasterly advance rms been checked -I ar ing to argue the matter when the farmer WIT

llIt dented by the hail, their apyearancoboing by a strong high pressure area PIc(( -_-_, who had l been sitting quietly on the ': n>.odern. 423 E. Cervantes.

almost as though huge guns which has moved from Ontario to N loaded with buckshot had been discharged England; precipitation resulting from l1'F edE1FiF1'rEa+ em;1 6f; :'H ? ; H Hif f4l> "Sever mind sIr" he exclaimed. "I'll |I .. eight DM>
Large room house: all modernwith
at them. On top of the cusp this disturbance has been general over try to back out. I've got one just like 37 E- Garcten St. Phone 114. large lot. N. Hayne St.

:n house the marks of the- hail were the eastern half of the country, except her at home."-Philadelphia Ledger., i Penaacola. Fl tiff
I particularly! noticeable, the instruments New England; ; rains have been LOTS! LOTSI! LOT3I' I

of the weather bureau, ehDnr's \- heavy to excessive from Middle Tennessee ;;: I 3 w
; The City n. !5 lots on X. Hill, between Baylen 7
: and other exposed objects be:ng Hout.'a\\ard in.o; the ( ulf, itt r x
"It you want to get fat why don't and Palafox; excellent bulldlmites. grid'
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of tho
:1ly pepiwrd. On one bIg 'amounting; to over three inches in Pen .. .. .. .. . .. .
: r atliatora over five handled marks sacola where severe thunderstormshave you go to the country to live, where the DIRECTORYJoppa J430'i;:;)' llrc
food is wholesome said the Pour corner lots, north of J1a?e'man's .
more city
(.f the hailstones were counted In theare occurred attended this morning ; ;
Ii residence a fine location }10 "'1 MQ
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i of one square foot and on a bevc between 12:42 and 12:47 oclock by a physician."I .
tried that Lodge, No. 8, I. O. 0. F. Five lots E. 13th street near -> .
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:cd edge at that. once. IV
I heavy hailstorm during which time I "Anddidntitworkr Joppa Lodge, No.6. I. O. 0. It'. line. .. .. .. .. . .. . .fl?."
A four
space inches square on the the wind reached an extreme velocityfor 1 I
melts Tuesday evening at 7:30 Three lots Gadsden stro-"'.
I rounded westerly side of he rain ( one minute) of fiftfhe miles' "No. The food was all right but I every corner AllJot: I
I I. '! '' e : t 7 I o'clock at Rafford Hall West GardenSt. and car line. .. .. .. .. .. ..}''
showed 143 '
lirfinct; \
gauge marks or from the wei>t. Another general worried myself thin to think I wasn't .
i J j Visiting brethren cordially in
equal to 1287 stones striking to me turbance off the north Pacific coa I. :J back in.the City" Detroit Free Prem.I vited. are 'I'E]

square foot. The actual number was causing rain from central d's'l I' tV5r ".\ T. H. FLEETWOOD N. G. C. R. YEAGER I
probably larger.
northward.
Fair and colder
- Very little damage was reportedTin now prevails along the eastern w slopeof 'I Old Story. J, W. GINGLES Sc. 202 Thiesen Building. Phone 686. eA''
I Bender So and wife nave
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I city as a result of the storm, a few the Rockies, a ridge of hfgh barometric I'[ you your taRa
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; lights of glass being broken and fruit pressure extending: from Montana !
fill
4.r I trouble? Pensacola Lodge. No. 3. K. of P.I I
trees and gardens suffering ) .
slightly.In to the western Gulf ,
; tempera. D. HALE WILSON 6 CO. pe< :
![ a number of residences throughout ( tures have fallen to freezing and below i 4 Saet Rounder-Too much mother-in-law. meets every Monday evening at 7:30

k the city, the hall stones camo in Arkansas, indicating fair and I Bender-What did she do? o'clock. at their temporary Castle Hall foE( .
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t down the chimneys into fire places colder for this! vicinity tonight fair: Rounder-Every time I told my wife over lou stable W. Intendsncia St. REAL ESTATE,
I .4 :_ a fairy story the old lady would get Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. -

i) - --- -- -.. __ next and put her wi Chicago News. J. AKIRKPATRICK., C. C. RENTS AND LOANSWe w.
H. 1I0R LER. K. of R. & S .

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4 Ratnbone Lodge No. have the following special bas Wew.

t IE j{+ Some pe Pi l STEAMBOAT SCHEDULE 30, K. of P.. meets every gins in very desirable real estate far 1

Ya STEAMER CAPT. FRITZ, J. M. Thursday evening at 8:00: a few days only.

Rogers, master. Passengers and o'clock !In their temporary SPECIAL. BARGAINS. FlJW.
I Freight service between Pensacolaand Castle Hall over Pou sta.

i1_ ZGI7,, >_,ry, Seem to be always suffering from a weak stomach. Freeport Fla. :At Baylen street ble, W. Intendencia street 2 lots in block 170, New City bOll> li1 W.c c

y I V' r9T \ restless, tired and weak. They have the ha'i- n-- k others desiring to.see places of interest dully welcomed. 3 lots corner 16th ave. and GIll* falW.

gard look so characteristic of the dyspeptic. If we on Choctawhatchie Bay and Santa J. D. KIRK C. a den street.. .. . . 1000.03
only persuade every such sufferer to try.HOSTETTEFTS *tt Rosa Sound should make this trip. C. J. LEVY. K. ot K. & & lots fronting Toledo square in Ne1' W.W.

t t L Special rates for parties of ten or Knights of Columbu: City .. .. .. .. .. .. $1,000.00' .
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Icould One 5-room with bath aai:
more., For rates or other information Meetings of house 1
STOMACH BITTERS apply on board or address P. O. Knights of Columbus the sewer connection gas in every room
nice If taken ai:
neighborhood
Box 692, Pensacola. Fla. .
good health would be their sure reward. ; : are be4 atiUielr' hall, I ante, .. .. .. .. . .$1.450.00
t a'1 Thousands of dyspeptics have found this true and a + No.8, West I>rendeocia I I 6 houses in block 17, West KIt SVA.

fair trial Is all that is necessary to convince you, ; street;; on every Tract renting $30.00 per month. \\11'
REWARDVAKKAM'
,,,.ter too. It always cures BERT C. GAGNON. Monday evening at lend 2,000.00 of necessary, $2600.03 nil
7:30 o'clock. tfl
An tnilititlon !I!! All of these are o..
Headache, Costiveness, Poor Appetite, Indigestion. Gagnon-Pollock Co.. 1 who attends accompanied by someone is extende.1'to propositions
few
rd Via' ; Cramps. Heartburn, Bloating and Ma The Gagnon-Pollock Stock Companywell !I having a paid 30c ticket will be visiting KnIghts. I, gains aad will be held cpen for a

"i J ?. 1 laria Fever Colds or Grippe. known and liked by our local given a reserved seat free. The only JOHN B. JONES I I tags onlExcellent> warehouse! location on

+ .e Aged people or those recovering from a long spell theatregoers will be the attraction at'I condition is that seats must be secured EDM. FOX. Grand. Knight. railroad track cheat w-
a, L will be the house all week opening I' at the advance sale before C Recorder. very .
greatly opera hand.Bert
strengthened I .
by the Bitters. Try it I I Good 8 per cent ::mortgages on .Wsa
m. to-morrow. Best for *
their p. seats uy
tomorrow night
engagement '
Pensacola kind of inrr attnezts.:::
I Lodge No.
with: Hotel 4, J. o. 0 'I
Topsy Turvey. Pensacola Lodge No. : F. I Property in all pans of city vacant

Unlike many popular priced shows I ? meets every Thursflay I, I. 0. 0. P. or Improved wanted and for sale.
the Gagnon-Pollock Company do not at evening"at'a: 30 S. Palafox St
the new hall dtW
I CATARRH play melodramas entirely but endeavor street. Visiting on West Garden! j I Phone 234.

to vary their reportoire to suit. During invited. E. brethren cordially Clc1

the week they will present some J. NEVILLE GREENBLATT' I I I
plays that have before been Secretary;
L i seen popular never these -Daughters --- I' Pensacola 51a> Andrews and <
FOUL BREAThf at prices. lAiaotfs tw of Rebekah ,
: may'mentioned The Christian. The ty Naomi Lodge. No. 10. Daughters c1yl
1 1\ h Rebekah or Gulf Co. .
L'ttle Minister Hotel Topsy Turvey I meets every Steamship
You Continually K'hawk and Spit and There is a Constant' and The Road to Frisco. Mr. Gan at 8 o'c'!ock in I. O. o. F.Monday hall. Vb't.night I etP!

Dripping From the Nose Into the Throat, If You Have Ii| non has secured the plays mentionedat lag enL sIsters cordially invited to b- pees-. STEAMER TARPOX PIi.
has
Foul, Sickening Breath, That is Catarrh. siderable a large money royalty: In and giving them spent complete con. o ,. lor the< arrest of this woman. MRS. PEARL WITKOr 'I W. G. 3ARROW, Mister.
r < .
She Is ?WT I, FIRST-CLASS. .-; :: AND, .
scenic : about 26 years of age, MISS WILLIE -
I i CURED THROUGH THE BLOOD BY B. B. B. Gagnon mountings.Mr. is playing all of the weighs ]3a:>> pounds, thick dark hair KENDRICK. See i FREIGHT 8EKVICE F;
M. E. B. A. No. 81 meets -Bet ,
leading! roles and it is safe to say that J high forehead brown eyes five feet Drat and : wRreL'- d)
! ; It your breath foul It your rolca hnity moons membrane, and B.B.B. sends a rich, high: ,, wears No. 6 shoes upper teeth third Wednesday evening at ';:30 PENSACOLA.!: MOBILE. APALACHtCOLA. .
II j-ournos slopped? Doyounaoreatnlghif1X tingling Quod no young man on the stage today enI -, 1r p. V\
of warm.neb blood ANDREWS
dlrecG ST. -
pure m. Ra3ord hall CARRAB Ll E
No ,
you ta&esd a greatdealr 1X>YOU bavo Ireqne&t to the paralyzed nerves mucus membrane I joys a greater popularity. MIss gold filled and one crowned tooth. She 10. West "late .i
pales In the forehead Do you have bones and joints, giving warmth and: has.long. ; fingers with round nails. dencia street MILLVlLLE.
palm across the eyes? Arc you losing yoursense Strength Jut where It Is needed and In this EJith Pollock! ,the clever little lead'nglady of figure and A. G. And all points on St A.iorews Bay, (
Plump fairly
of smell? I* there a dropping la the way making a perfect, tailing Core ot : is as winsome a little miss as one / : pretty. Her FELL. Pre:5.: Carrabe'le'! and Apala.hicola.SCHEDULE flIt
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throat Are yon losingyour lenae of taste catarrh la all its forms. would to She is undeniably maiden name was Thompson which SWEENEY. Sea I O.K'
care see.: }
Are gradually gettlag deaf? Do hear
you you name she has possibly! assumed. '
4' -- busalng sounds? D<>you havo ringing la the DEAFNESS clever and possesses an unusual W. 0. W. Leave Feiisacola Sunday, 8:30: Va -
caret Do you suffer with nausea of.the If I ] Wire .sheriff at DoFuniak Springs, I
yon are gradueJlygrowtD\deaforareaJ.\ amount of magnetism. I I Live Oak Camp No. 1 Mobile Als. Ita
stomach? Is there a coast.atbad taste lathe rPadydeator hard of James O'Neal in Monte Christo. Florida: $5000 reward for the child. W. Jy, i for
hearing
t mouth Do you have a hacking congh? Blood Balm(B. B. B). Most forms try Botanla of deaf I j In the supporting company are!;, Fisher Monroe Douglas. This meets in Pythian Hall 1st "and" 3-4 Leave Pensacola, Tuesday, 8:30 >
Do you cough at ouhtr Do you take cold ness or partial deafness are cause I vastly? n so,you 1-ave catnrrn. tarrh, and la Florence Wood kidnapped him from ,
coring catarrh by B. B. B. Book Store. Prices 10, 20 and I sovereigns cordially invited. icola. Carrabelle and Intrnedis4j
Mordaunt. Pollock! Geo. lac
Catarrh is not In this Percy Hanna PtW
onlydangerous: war thousands of men and women have bAd ,, Freapo-t. Fla. on the night of September'
but It causes .,t ana tWay 01t i their hearing completely restored. Frank Thome. Anna Jerome. :Miss 30 I The child F. A. BOGKICH. C. C, j points.
y ; cents.Wild Cth,190&: is 6 1
t.onesloeeoflhintingautl'easoningpower, I years 01.1fatr Information: apply t
t BotaoleliloodEalntt t C.It.li.)1s) pleasant1 Nettie others. The LESLIE E. BROOKS.! Clerk.! For additional
kills Bagley and vaudeville : West Show Coming. light _
ainblilou and energy,often causes loss and safe to takes teetedfor skin hair has upper fore I J. R. SAU.VDKRS,
of appetite, Indigestion dyspepsia, raw 3O t"'i.lt: people are Foster Ball and Baby: Bill Wild Wf'stSbol"S ()
yrs. Composed ID. The Great! Texas teeth rotted off: very plump 'weight Woodman's Circle. ?r".Ide t.
throat ant reaches to general deblllty.ldlooy I E. It. COBB. fe1Bf.
and Insanity. It. need attention at ono cure gredients.v.strengthen I>T_pepMa. l"rlc $WeakStomarh.1 per large b')t.. :: Doris Thome Holdsworth and FudgetNettle and 'World's Best Rough Riders I about 50 pounds; very bright child. I I W. O. W. C.. Oak Grove Xo. 4 Gan. Frt. and Pan. ActPensacoU. .
Cure it tt.ak1ng Botanic Blood Balm tie. Take as directed. If not cored when Bagle '. Guy Gagnon and Lizt -I II will exhibit in Pensacola Thursday. Expenses paid both ways delivering "'oodm..n Circle met every Thuns-" ls. -
t (B.B.IiO. It Is a quick,radical,permanent right Is taken,raoaer refunded. I I t I zette and Lucas. .f March 8. This is one of the most DeFuniak Springs floor exIt
cure beeeesgItTICS the syeteta of the polio a 1.tf1r. by kl 4 ., I child to Fla.. in addition day 3> rfl.. :*d P) (bian Hall over
writing Balm There win be a special ladies and realistic Wild West Shown now: on to the 550.00 reward.
germs teat. caws catarrh. Blood Balm Co. Atlanta Ga. Dcaerlb ) Pou's stable, on Intendencia street
yoar.troubl*
B.IL-C).pu. .tae. :; blood ciM away with < 1i'f B>*tHcal;an vie* ;to children's matinee on Saturday which: | Ice road and will undoubtedly be the( H. A. DOUGLAS Visiting sovereigns cordially Invited.Mrs. .I 25c ARTICLE FREE TO EVERYPURCHASER

; ,1/fI" trek+ptt sglvlnystrengthtetheenf hf your cast also lent to sealed JetUr. .i1 will be the only matinee. during that: means of attracting a large crowd on l Father of the chili .' Leona Langford Guardian; :Mrs. OF 25 OR 50c BOX ATj ro:
week. To-morrow night each latyj e. '
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LOTS FORSALE FOR SALE !I. WANTED I



A Rich Landlord .. PROPERTY TO SELL.WE HOOTON & WATSON., :


WOULD ]like to hare consigned!' $lwc.verltaThoLcw&tmneca.

and a bunch of worthless rent receipts are Desirable with East us Hffl.for sale-several We want several nice cottageson places I!I

all you have to show for your hard-earned on North Hill! in prices ranging from I Leading Real Esiilt, Rental and Insurance Ageacy

$3000 up. We want consignments of, I
money. East Hill 1 between Stodd&rts Two-Story, vacant Iota dose In to center of cityor :

I on or near car lines. We want for '
and Railroad. a good customer a vacant lot'or house. List ef Desirable Pnperty far Sal.

Stop the Rent Habit Brick BuildingPalafox and lot somewhere on the bay shore:

$$50.00 to $$75.00 or water front I Two story brick building,. centrally located. Just off of Prjafoz
It you are the owner of any such, street
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10500.00
Street between places and want results, let us have Seven dweU'np' and a store and dwelling building with nearly hat:
Buy
your own home. Get together a few Intendencia a description of your property. : a block of ground; splendidly situated on a corner. A bargainat.

hundred and we can put you "next" to Only $1.00 cash Romana and OR QUICK SALE. i .' ....... .. .. .. .. .-$6.300.0

several handsome houses streets. We have One of the most desirable building lots on North Hill on a corner
that be had 50 consigned with us for a
can cents a week few fronting south near car I'ne 100 by 150 ..'$3.700.00

just about like paying rent. See us now! MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE: also days 7 lots 5 at lots$700 on per North lot Hill This at $600 property ;, Two story new dwelling on corner Jot 60 by 125 feet on North!
No .
Don't waitlPensacola la in line for rapid enhancement .$3,15000
taxes.No For particulars apply.to or splend'd: for home purposes. Let A desirable and very comfortable one story, six room dwe'l'ng with

interest.You us show it to you. all modern conveniences on the car line West Gregory Street lot

12 room 2 story 80 by .3000.00
house block off
can double your moneyIn Palafox near Baptist church.one This I North half of block 67. New City Tract; 10 lots by 137 ft 6 inch.es each

McDavid-Hyer Company, property worth the money andmore a beautiful location overlooking the bay; only one block from carsline.

Investment these lots before paid for. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. ....13150 I .$2,000.00Six
Company Agents New York 6 room neat room story and half dwelling with two acres of ground In west
cottage and 5 Iota on
ern suburbs.. .. .. .. .. .31.200.00
Life Insurance Company. corner, across street from lots sellingat
a.H.D'ALEMBERTE Two story dwelling on East DeLeon with
City enough vacant fcreund for
Manager. I PARK AVENUE LOT 8' E. Government Street $600; North Hill. .. .. ..$21S0UOOOO' two small cotta&es? .. ............ .. ..... ..$850.00

w. H. KNOWUS. President. R. B. siMPSOX, Secretary.i. 7"lots Phone .7CO. Pensacola, Fla. to Those having property, desiring to sell same"would find it to the'r
fronting south 1 'block from loan
Pensacola
L STU1MAN! V.-Pres. anl Can. prop- advantage to place same in our hands as have
Maaijer. KNOWLES we disposed of about
BYE
Treasurer. car line' for. .. .. .. ......$1400 ., erty.
__ $300.000 worth in the last 60 days. If you have funds to loan
Rael Estate Modern 5 room cottage, East Cer-
Loans
General Investments. consult us. If you desire nn agent to collect
i rantes.. .. ......... ......$1500 Insurance placed in first class com your rents; or want
fire insurance or if want to buy a of
you prece
Lands ; property and don't
215 South Palafox Street Pensacola_ Florida. I 4 lots North Hill (routing east, on Timber panies. know who owns same. consult us. _

corner on Spring Street ......$800 \
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MOYER'S GROCERY STORE AND MEAT MARKET. LESLIE E. BROOKS ForSale Theisen Building HOOTON & WATSON f;
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Corner Government and Alcanlz! Streets. Phone 71&v .

\ 'j;e j n and Native Meats of the finest quality. Everything that iskept 2041-2.S. Palafox St. Phone 462. -
*. 34. SOUTH PALAFOX
I nrst-class market. PHONE STREET.

",unds Grauated! Sugar $LOO. 20 pounds of, Nice_ Clean Rice"jl ': For Sale iri:1li1r

oi mrv Country SyruP. 35c per gallon. Honey In the comb or ex'TI For SaleFOR We have them. Several splendid. -..!
I v Honey. Give me a calL I will show you how to save money. large and small ,turpentine locations. FOR SALE-A patent right for Flor liii: :
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I A. McD. MOVER. Phone 718. Saw ML'is and Saw mill locations. ida. Good seller. There Is money

---- SALE-A. R. Bingham has a Some excellent bargains: In large in this. Address Patent Journal, FOR SALE. Miscellaneous -

-IN good team of mules for sale. See and small traits of round and boxed offle. 4mchlw; w----,..

I H LP WANTED I WantedPOSITION' Umber lands- ,_ _, __ ,
I IDm"ECTJ"ESShrewd them on h'.4'.D&W' 1ioat.fsb2f Large; tractj''of: Mississippi; Delta_ TYPEWRITERS: Att,makes, new and MRS H. a CH'IDrn'w111 receive pupils -
second hand for sale and
FRESH YARD EGGS-Received rent. in shorthand at her residence
men wanted and Hardwood lands.. Phone 380. T. B. Bruce. 28 E. Government 321 N.
Barcelona
and st.
Daily guaranteed. 30 .
Terms. $5.00
WANTED every-egg
a -
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ommunity act under our.imit1oas. Young lady de. Splendid lis< of valuable propertyand
o at r to % month in
: cents mar advance.
sires position dozen. C. M. Wuoon, Cor. Davis 4mchlmo.
as stenographer 'Address fine location Stock
, previous experience not : for a Co'ony or
..eceaxtrj, Send for tree boot ot parcunirn. D. B. care Journal. Imarlw*i\ and ,Lloyd streets. Phone 620. Farm iz, Soutn East Georgia. FOR SALE-One black and one red 'We are offering an or any portion TO U. S. LIFE SAVING STATION

''c Grannan's Detective Ba- WANTED-Reliab'e! man Is open focI' m h4-3w. Some of the choicest residence cocker Sparriel pups. Apply W. T. of the following described propertyfor AND RETURN-The launch Lo- "

,e&u, tnconnati. Onio It* a position as millwright circular RESTAURANT FOR a_JJ-The places i" the beautiful little city of Williams Terminal Co.'s office. sale (easy terms) for the next Clair leaves Palafox street wharf 9 a.
filer and hammer. Reference restaurant and coffee saloon knownas DeFuniak springs Fli. and in Milton. 2mar4t* I m. dally. Fare round? trip 25 cents. 4
\>TtO-salesmen of ability andi.eat fur Fla. thirty days: I I Spec.: rates to
nished. Address H., 'care Journal White's at No. 224 South Palafox FOR SALE.-InpiOTCd and unimproved i parties. Pavilion
; Appearance to call on ail mer- Imarlw*i stre t. Must be sold at once. For Our prices and terms are reason prJ'fertylu' all parts of the city.J. No. 406. No. 408, 2 houses. West phone fc *. C. H. Barton, Manager.

i on-. m their temtory; elegant a.de ; full particulars. Apply to Hooton & able. .A. Wilson & Co.. Real Estate Agents, Jackson St., $1200, rents for $1L uich41mMA'TTR.ESS.335.Wholesale *
...2.Tiuvtment to carry; good CQJItiasiuni WA\o"TED-You\ to use Corno lIen Watson. leading real estate and insur. Cal on or write to us.
Room 7. Salisbury building. Phone ]
Feed. No. 503. 2 houses. North A. anj retail ,
prompt remittance Hel.u. -!I This makes your hens lay anca agents. 4mch3ts. No. 501
... ..;. iifg. Co.. Cincinnati. O. ltWAMED an5 fattens them. Try it. For sale 172. 23Jan St. $1000. rents for $10. manufacturers and dealers in L%
FOR SALE OR RENT 60) acre farm; cotton, moss 'and K &: C. mattressesand
by The Lewis
l -Mtn everywhere; $4.00 Bear Co. 7feb I! 5 miles from city on Brent road; 7 TURNER&AYMARDReal PORCH CURTAINS-Better than No. 32%. No. 324. 2 fcouses East b :a springs. Second hand furniture

oa" -pats crrcUar5. tack signs-- WANTED-Everybody In Pensacola!! room house all fenced in; 5 fields; 2 awnings. Half the price; keeps' out Chase 6t., $U50, rents for 13. !I bought and sold. Upholstering -
the lets in the air. S s'zeL I -
,) caii-kiising steady. Coniiuenial. to know that the Y. M. C. A. buildIng story barn good water, mall box on sun. booked for x No. 503, No. 505( 2 houses, corner and repa-ring: done. Old mattresses 1 _
.ASr ouung co.. Chicago. It* was built of brick made by th! ''the ]land. Address: "Farm" care Estate and Orders toeing April 1 de'Chase St. and 10th avenue.. $1200, renovated; new ticks furnlahed if da-
.. Pensacola Brick Co.. and they are prepared -I JournaL ISfeblw* livery. Postal Box 483. or phone 485 rents for $12.50.No. sired. 114 E. Belmont St. cHy
".A NTED-First-claag laundress to do I 1 to furnish you. J. $. Walton I Abstract Company, brings samples. Smarlw J Phone 771. Davia Mfg Co.. C. T. Davis
raIDlv wash. Two aduita and two Mgr. FOR SALE-For a few days only 2 315 1 house! East Lee street,, Mgr.NOTICE.
'feb SALE.-Only 4 Boar .
FOR youn* pigs
:
"ii.ureu. J10 per month and cartage.' I lots opposte: the Haerman rsi: P. 0.Boi V 115 DeFasiak Spring F1r111. sired by Duke of Florida 68923 out $650 rents for $7.50. '' I offer- -services-;;- ;
apt stephens) tort pJ( keIlii. nicnt-. t WA..VfED-We want your orders for dence New City. 62500. Fine loci- my su -
Lee. ,
' I of Orphan of Baltimore. 58544. No. 324. 1 house East Intendencia; veyor. locat ng homesteads for the
1907 Art Calendars. Over :tOO or'. eon for a home. Apply B. F. WolfefC'tlzen's
\\\'ITED--Thorougbly respectable All guaranteed with registrations and $650. rents for $6. I people of western counties of Florida.
gina designs to select
wui niiTJie lor two children. Ain :- from. All Bank. ISfeblmiUR For Salo. pedcgrees. Carl Sett-jrhnd, Chipley 'I Address W. J. Stephens Sr. Lock-
> prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensaco.: (No 312. 1 house and store, East Gr-
il chamber work. U-.uO per aALoi-BeauUfai: block In New Fla 26nor. hart, Ala ICfeblm.
i la. 16re ( den, $800, rents for $9.
,--onta! Capt. fcte-pheni. Port (rickeas. City. Tract No.31. For cash $601 FOR SALE-Blackboard, cheap for SALE-Rose tinted satin ;:.
FOR gown
1 mcni.; ts. W.U"TED.-The public to know that Apply to A. M. Mc Ulla:1. Court Houaa cash. W. R. :Meriwether. 2mar3t silk lined, trimmed real lace and 1 house North Alcaniz street $750 C. ROPKE has just opened a butcher
I for &. shop and store Davis .
rents $ grocery corner
\ A.'TEDIan cook. Apply :227! E. old newspapers can oe bought at lang India gauzes. Good .as new. Never!
FOR SALE.-10 ruoxn house corner and Brainard Sts. Your
)t. aich4lwTraTeling this office for five cents a bundle. They in, Pensacola. Cost $85. Wi'l' 1 house B. and Belmont St., patronage -
Lnte.r.l1enda : FOR SALE-Nice! clean old newspapers lot. 3 blocks>> from..Palafox,,,lot 96x worn If! corner sohc'ted. Satisfaction gua'atr-
------------ all cleat -
1 Salesmen wanted to sell are ) and nice. .- -- i at'uve cents a bundle. This,of. 192 on car line.Fr particulars inquire : seU for $?:3.; 1311 Norh, Davis street. $750.:; rents for $6. teed. Phone 91;). Imarlm

State WA.NTED.-Eectrk.: work of eh k'ni.j .. flee Also white chiffon hat. three handsome .1
Co
I tJrest'nt. occupation and salary expact-j Let us csean your fans .recairour; plumes, cost $18 sell for Halt the sale of this property. If you wantto WATTS AND COLES-Contractors
- 0'0. Los Angeles Cider Co. bt. Louis.7 dvnamo. <:., jour wiring! etc. Pa'nai AUTOMOBILES. am agent for the FOR SALE 2: horses: ;'' i.tJUggE'S: ; 2 23feb3t. I buy come and see us. and builders. Estimates on all' kind
1 i Mfg. Co. and can sell harness: also ,A : of .
Pope autos and and
Mo It.i 570. Pensacola! : Electric Co.. 255:} S. you wagons: surreY' building repair work Satisfaction
I. 11 I TarJ? kn. i from $ OOO<) a,. They cost less than bargain. Apply to Mrs, F. :::13. Rad-FOR ,SALE.-Nlce clean newspapersfor guranteed. Phone 1203.:! offlc ',

WANTEI> Krst class lay stenographer i horses to keep up. They can be run cliffe 809 N. Alcanlz St. 4mchlw. sale. Only 5c a ,bundle. They 208 N. Reus. 2Sfeblm -
I A-ITED-To loan: money on !' sand anywhere a horse make good wrapping paper and are
Address in own handwriting your 'In or can go. FOR g.iEF oCt Juniper pests \
: ith references!, Office Work Care 1 watch!s. jewelry and personal\ ef-( LeslIe! E. Brooks. and cypress shingles <% inch butts) just the thing to put.. under matting. I CARRIAGES: repaired and repainted.
I ,tnimal 4 .. fects. Highest cash pries: for old gold Floats built to order. Horse shoeing
men.ELEGRAPHY and other building material. Joel
i OR SALE-One 25-H:! P. bo.ler and
i and si'ver. Ughtman & Klein, 106 E. & Wharf. a specialty. J G. Welsh Carriage
and Rooms.
I i en'gine portab'e boiler on wheels Trater. Baylen Street Board
TAUGHTThoroughly wrlght. Phone 1127 ; ; Co. 27feb
Chipley Hyer
by an operator of 18 years exper eng: ne or boiler in running order. 4marlw. &

t;.ce. Only school in Florida so WANTED.-A. R. Bingham wants Also 2 Jos carts comp'etc. ready for FOR s..u.E-One fine extension table FURNISHED ,ROOM. -. iFor rent. 1C) HACK No 12-\lw8)'s ready with good

.taght ::5 young men and womn' your moving and hauling. He guar service. For terms aptly to Jas. Mc- and six fine dining chairs cheap.I,, W. Romana St.', next to New Method reliable driver. C. 1L Taylor, pro-

dated hi ua to learn Telegraphy to antees' all breakage. Phone 630 Voy & Co, Cantonem.nt. Fla:, |I Address P. O. Box 235.: ggfeb Laundry. its pr'etor. Phone 1236. Hackman's Exchange
12 E Government '
posit:ons we have. TypawriUngtenmaaak. WANTED.-Hauling and transfer 23feblm GARDEN SEEDS-AU' kinds t! FOR-RENT-One double urn'shed '. St. Phone 185. 20feblm*

.? and spelling free. Write I work. Office% phone 363: residence FOR SALD-700 feet sacond hand 1% FRESH fresh' farm and garaen1! rcom suitable for light house fce >p- _. .. VIAVI-The patrons of the "Vlarl
., of strictly -- --- -- -- ------ ---
; :< wat s. Florida Telegraph 1000 E. DeSoto Imarlw::
390. Acosta & '
Apply
phoue White. 22 28 N. in
?
in
inch galvanized pip 20-fooi seeds at reasonable prices., Also! Treatment" are cord ally invited to P
fcclsoo: 46 W. Bay, ;Jacksonville mar41i.VAN1EThA Fla..i Tarragona St.WANTED.Th. % ma:". lengths Adatess P. O. Box A'I. City fruit and nut trees. Banks Bros,, FOR RENT "Newly furnished rooois REAL STATE call at Hotel Southern Mondays and

feb24 reasonsonable. Apply Frialays from 2 to u m.. where they
; Merchants Transfer Chlp'ey! FIlL __ 25feblm for rent very p.
\ 16 or 18 year old co'or-I: ('0. wants your moving and baUlln FOR SALE My property, 416 E. Bra- 20 W. Romana. Imarlw 30,000 acres wood lands 15 to 25 can meet th representative ) ". H sj

ed c rl wanted at once to do house-: All breakage: guaranteed. T. B. Thor. med St., consisting of four lots 40 FOR SALE- J1600 will buy two WANTED-A few boarders at 212 W. miles of Pensacola; cheap for cash P. Booth. Phone 1027 llfeblm

:f orhayi! ; \ at 913 N. Palafoi. 3marVVN en. ProD Phone 978 ISlnnelm.WANTED xloO feet; a two story dwell'ng con. blocks of land and a new six room Gregory.. New house, good neigh- and quick sale; a'so! city property for SHIP CHNDLERS-McKjizie: Oert-

:ED who taining 6 rooms, hall ways bathroom house on little bayou: between Gar.>i and car line. 16teblm. sale and rent. We want your real I ing & Co. wholesale and retail slip
took.; one will re-j borhood on
-To buy old gold and s: den and Chase Sts. A good invest __
!u&on premises preferred. Apply closets and pantry. On car line; wIl: estate to rent or sell on best terms chandlers and grocers. only first-class -
rs Naronal Bank. Imtf:I ver. broken up stuff regardless of sell entire property for $$3000'. E. ment or a beautiful- home. For par- NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for ren, for good service. bouse of kini in city ,Fair prices to al'!. 4 -
sizes. Cash paid. Llgntman &. Klein L. Reese. 22et! bcuars address C. E. Freeman.. Box Newly finished, clean and nice,

. -t.'TED-Addre. of physician who 106 E. Wright Phone 1127. 556. City. 28feblw near postoffice. Apply at 1284 ECoernmeat Corno Hen Feed will make your

desr's good location. Box 19 Car- 'W'AvrED-To lease or buy a five or JUST RECEIVED: -Large snipmj of EGGS for hatching from care.ully street, :Mrs. B. M.. Trainer. H. T. CRAWFORD hens ''ay, and: kep them In a healthy;
Olive OiL Retail:
imported by pint, it. For sale
i ra.b :. Fla. Ijanim.O1inewSPaPerS condition. Try by the
2mar3tXVANTED six room cottage or will entertain: gallon or larger quantity. G. Uoraaao manted hens. Strictlythoroughfare! 315V5 South Palafox Street. Co.
proposition from party who owns lot I & Co, ship chandlers ana' grocers 701 fowls. and I guaranlee a good hatch. at five.cents a bundle Lewis Bear 7fch

; -Colored house girL App and willing: :to build me suitable cot- !South Palafn 4ocLFOR Sock: for sale at reasonable' prices.I j at this omce. They are all clean CUT FLO\VERS-Ord promptly,

-17 North Cevellos St. Imar''J j tage. Pr.ce and terms must be rea- Barred Plymouth! Rocks White Plj- and ntc>. FOR RENTFOR filled for roses carnations flowers fl ?

W\NTED Thr short goods solicitors .' sonaible and location ,not 00 far out.I SALE-The for the Lewis famous Bear Co. are mouth Rocks and S. C. Brown Leg- H'1TEL.-open night and day.Europ'.2n and deblgna of all!! kinds. MIas Berti .

:)oomon! Furniture Co. Sfeb Do not answer this ad unless you can agents Corno Hen horns; $1.00 per setting of 15 eggs or BAY plan. Rooms light and Smith. 616 N. Barcelona. Phone 651.
Finest thing in the '
full partlcu'ars in first letter Feed. world to $5.00 a hundred for incubator: eggs. I, residence
- j give as trade solicited. R.JT-Two story .
make, !hens lay. Keeps 'em in '| Transient TAILORING L Diamond Tailor.
clean.
w' AVTED I I to location price. terms, name of good have 500 ha'f gallon cans fancy Florida modern conveniences
I -Manager for branch office condition too. ,57579 S. Palafox. Ja*. S. Nicolau. with all corner Gents' clothing cleaned pressed and ,-$
etc. Address "Good Zteb Syrup. Will deliver at 50c per gal:, Sts. C.
wLto to locate here In Pensacola. party, T-n'nt. I! Spring and Strong Apply repaired on short notice. No. lift
':::Ir<-"*, wth, references. The Morv -' care Journal. :2marlw: *I FOR SALU Large horses. and mu'cs, Ion. Address: Plymouth Rock Poultry Prop.. IL Turner. 9feb. Government St.. Peuacola. Fla. .
West
J. .. Pope. Prop. Bristol,]
) Who" ae: House. Cincinnati Ohio. for turpentine operators and log men. Farm. ,
,
Idee.
.feblm SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED We guarantee satisfact.on. Address Fla. 24feblm*,I Business Oppotunlty FOR RENT.-Elegant 2-story g-room
-Highest price paid for gent's at 318 West Belmont St. Apply
Waterman: & Co., G. G. Cobb man- acres land 6n Town cottage THE DAVIS MANUFACTURING CO.
clothing cnly. Also seI second band FOR SALE-3 Walker Ingraham at Star Laun
Ch pley. F'a. to wholesale and rfJ! manufacturersand
ager. 2Zfcblrn.1FOR i i i Point,opposite cty.: near marine ways.' Responsible man to manage
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goods. No 9 E. Intendencia. WAVTED. dry. 25Jan dealers In cclton mattresses and
1 WANTED water frontage. Address I and distributing
\LE-Barred Plymouth Rock $300 cash; deep branch office

WANTED.-All kinds of electrical cockere's ready for yard U 50 to Land. care Journal. lOfeo I depot for large cOffee and spice corn- FOR RENT.-Elegant two story stor. bed springs.and sold.Second Upholstering hand furniture and repairing
bought
\':XVTED-Position as bookkeeper or work. I sell all kinds of electrical $:S: 15 eggs $1.50; thIrty: $2.50. Mrs.'' MATTRESSES RENOVATED. New pany, own'ng Its own mIlls; salary room In new Star Laundry building. a specialty. 114 E. Belmont
< other electrical supplies. rAzzle B. Hughes. Ch:pley. f la.Hfeblir monthly and commissIom; ret- E. Garden street Apply Walker In-
cUI' Seo! work also first class batteries ani tick furnished if desired. All done $2)0 of $1,030( re'quired. St, city. Phone 77L C. T. Davis
uin; : xo objeeUon to leaving When you need me ring 345 or 955. In good order: on short notice. Leave erences and investment 18 River graham Star Laundry. 22dee. YC?. 17Janlm i

el"l dress B. K. Journal office. E. W. Peake new Star Laundry build FOR SALE->: ew piano ebeap.T Ac. orders at Green & Watson. Phone .. Address :Manager It. A. R. BINGHAM has storage room for J. H. PORTER, sallmftker-- 71S South
.
4mar2t Ing. E. Garden. ISdec.WANTED. dress "Piano" ifeblm 6t.. 1 Ca5 o.
:
care Journal. fet%& 193. rent, suitable for furniture or other Palafox street. Orders taken for

W.\\TED-Ten first class workmen .-Real Estate for sale or -- goods, 104 and 106 Sonth TarragonaSt. tents awnings camp stools and house
*,- ';inady employment at $1.50 psr rent. leaa or exchange. Your business !-I Phone 630 SOon cots. etc. Pnes reasonable. Sljan. j -

W..* don't want any but firstfasS respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson -.

men but will give steady work Real Estate Agent. 22% W. Gov-
I Homes
Some and LOST to Loan.
Money
'a as fill our requirements. Ap--ernment street. Room 7, Sallsbiry Good Investments 4


...4. office.Utindav Cor.morning 9th ave.at and 7 Wright a. m. building. Phone 172. 23Jan 144 by 192 feet deep on East: Garden street...................... .... ........ .....'....,. .....$14,400 LOST-Black mater* spaniel dog. with -MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows

_-iai oia! Cement (Stone Co.::: It Near Palafox-a splendid business site. white nose. Answers to name money from Jno. A. Hall 4

't1.EDContributions for the Or. For Sale -room cottage and rtceptiou ball back and front gallery closets house new and in. good. .. condition$1200.00 "Rex. Reward for return to Leslie Co.. 16 E. Government street. WhuIn

.ans Home. ''Money, clothes eat - large lot on Norh 8th avenue between; 11th and 12th streets a barain at.. .. .. ..' "and city E. Brooks 527 Guillemard St. It. need call on us. 9feblm
----- gas
-- gallerY

::-:.;. tc"president, rec. lved. Notify Mr. Mrs.N. :McK.Win. ,FOR SALJv or trade for city property -. water Corner house 8th new avenue, a large and lot't 12.h Street 5-room and hall coUage; pantry: back. ,..and.. front.. .. '.. .* .-....*$1700.03 LOST STRAYED OR STOLEN--Ra:* MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal -

; or orchard of .. .. .. .. .. ..$450.00 spotted cow with leather property on short notice. ft.,,
"' a highly improved Bui'diug lots DeSoto and Strong and white
. ..' secretary. mcb.4Kf on west side of N. Reas Streetbetween for J. B. Gray & Co.. 2 W.Romana.PhonellCt. .
$1.00 Terms easy.
peaches, oranges, and nuts. Just coming 5-11.3 ft on West Romana Street a; the foot of Spring St.. improvements on property, renting strap on horns. Right horn defecttTe.

It'..\' "ED The public to know that into bearing. Excellent soil suit per month.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ........ ........ ....... ... ....... .. -s .. ,.. .... .. ".. ....$ 'OO Reward for return to 1302 E. Gonzalez ._ Ifeb :
f/r! '*n do all kinds: of repairing able for trucking. GooJ market. Fans 40 ft. by 170 ft. deep on EUI Romana St, next'to Bass &:'Co.. a good investment .. .. .. ../ ..$4000.00 street 4 men. MONEY TO LOAN.' -On reai estate or

. : I', -uudlng, horse shoeing etc ..7.Carriage ''nvestment. Address Orchard Journal 5 lots on the Sonth East'cow of Spring and Le- streets: a spleniid bu'Iding' site.. .. ....$2500.00 LOST-A bunch of keys inor near other sufficient security by aypl)>*
;ah Co. 27feb 4mchlw- street. between Baylen and Pa's"ox: Thos. Pebley cor. Palafor and -
I office Block 107 East K n* Tract. Balmont Numbering, on North Pa'afox : Suitable reward for return Ing to
.. postomce.
KEH.s. get Kauffman's prices j jifvelopmg FOR SALE-80 acres good land three' thirty lots few days only at..,..... ._.. .... .... .. .... ...... .. ''v, .. V "f"IVV v$5000.00 neighborhood to V. Hoist & Co. Baylen'street wharf Romana. np stairs. 17noTm.
50C East Jackson street. two story 8 rom and hall house,bath gas, a. delightful. home LEDOn good real estate
] and finishing. Best south of Chipley. Twenty Danheiiser's saloon. 3mar MONEY TO
an miles .. _... .... .... ...300.00 or
':leapest In city. Mail orders re- in cultlvaton! and pure spring lot 93 ft by 150..1. Ideal. security or on good collateral
I'. ronpt attention. Romana and I acres Will sell for cash or on t Irne.Apply .- 715 N. Baylen St.. 8 room S'OT residence lot 70x125 ft. every modern convenience an $5000.( : LOST Near postoffice, bunch of keys at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brook..
$
Pa1a:".xSts. 20feb. water. Chipley. Fla. home.- ..- .... .... .. .. ........ ..- contain'ng one postoffice key and Fisher building. Slim -
i'\\ A. Hogeboom. 2 lots on Cervantes street between Baylen and Spring streets 60x123 a nice building site a bu. various other keys. Return for re-

O ;; ED-To loan money on your 2&feb. gain.. ... .. .. ... .... .. ........ .... .... .. ... .. ..... ........... .... ... ..... ...1300.00 ward. W.1. Morgan & Bro. %2marlw. MONET LOANED on on all short kind of notice.pofBonal -

'-aal property and household FOR SALE Modern cottage on eas1 5 lots on the soitheast corner Spring an'ii Lc? streets .. .. ........ .... .... .... .. ....425OOOQ sssn'oa brown fur-boa- at the property J- W. Bullard. upstair
OOCYobiIe:! Jef- at.. .. .. LOST-one Terms easy.
;' rst Loan Co.. corner Hill for sa e. Also some choice 3 lots on St-o"g rtree between 10th and 11th avenues. TMs p-orety 1 fs very cheap house Tuesday night Rewardfor South palafox st-. Phone H44.ftaor.

'YPh :':' .and Zarragossa Sts. lots in nice location. Address : risj' MONEY ''a* th! owet market" rates o 'nterest on improved or -vacant city property opera return to C. H. D- hm&n. 715 N. 28%

-( 827. city. 27feMwFOR I Palafox St Imar4t UNLIMITED amount? money toloaa
'IrK! HOUSE DYEING. Pressing;:; Mock on top The Fisher Real Estate Agency ot personal
! ,aUj \ .eaning: Club. 118 N. Palalox SALE.-One choice I LOST-A petition containing number on all kinds property. -
... 8! \! T, J, Your pat- of the rilse east of the el-ctric of signatures of value to no one but Special rates to business men on large
I Ffl9: oncted Davis satisfaction Prop. guaran- railway, between 7th and 8th streets. Phone 87., 2O6 South Palatoxi owner. Reward for return to Journal Jeans. Tb. New York Loan Co, W4% -
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section and it PalatOLi
favored this Sfeb South
-t OJ areful attention given la5iee'1nea Nautre has oflca
I A V. Cluaas.
". phone 1222. Sfeb cannot be duplicated.


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A friend : ; It;. =
SCHOOl Will 'I':'.
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'Adrink that means MOBILEALABAMA.MARKETS. ;. }.. ,

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NOT MEET
new vim !I ; \ ..1.' I

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vigorand COURAGE. II

i i iI i Keeps alive .. :t I J I

I Decides r Not to Enter the '1
the fire of ., ,r
youth
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Naval Stores.
I Track Meet for the Handsome | Makes old men feel young] Savannah' Ga.,. Mar 3. "lie naval -.\,. ,. tf

stores market follows
closed today as : l:

Cup. A WW .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..6 20 j ':" I..
t pure.highgrade WO.. .. .. .. .. .. .....!..6 10 :
article. N .. .. .J.: .. ... .: .. ... ..5 90 "" i1 1 1bar
: I! will be recalled that last yeartlrer : M.... .. .'. .... ... .. .. ....545 J..
I : cup was offered by the citlI Enormously popular. K. ...*. .... ..... '.... .. ...5 20 .. ; ': I 1If' tf
I of Penaacola; to th3 local higii 1.. .... .... .... .. .... 4-. ..4 55 .. ''w- ::
i to be awarded to the w.nner I 'H.... .. .... .... .. .... ..4 25G. '. H
:. '" an. annual track meet. The meet ALL GOOD DEALERS, .. .... .. .. .. ..... .. ....4 10 Q H
i held last year and from every II IIi SELL IT -F.. .. 4. .. ... ... .... ;.. .1 10 ...
4 was a success. The cup E .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. ......4 10 Dt
I won :by the Public High School.I :.I 4A jD.. .... ... ..... .. ....... ...10 ;}
I", at the time when every one in- Ie i. .. .... .. .. '..N... ..410 cl
? 1 I 4n track athlectics had begun I Spirits Turpentine 69 cents.

I !' i i i t is look announced forward to that this the annual Classical event I Pensacola Cotton Market. 3 Bucks Ranges Have Duplex Grates j I II'

will not enter the contest this C. Gunter El more. F. O. B. cotton
I Th.3 cup will be allowed to go broker gives the following quotationsfor
I I the High School by o.?fault.I GOOD CARRIAGE.. March 3: *

boys of the'Hign School though Good Middling .. ... .. ... .. ..10 2 .
I at not having the oppor Strict Middling .. .? .. .. .. ..10K; fire be converted from wood to coal ,
the When you want a "good: carriage .. .. may
) of defend.ng their! title to Middling .? .. ..' ..- .. ..10l.Strict .i
. will not .because of this disap- prompt service and safe and careful Low Middling. .. .. .. ..10 wri

I all 'probability give up track a track athletics meet, for for treatment remember ,the original Low Middling .. ... .. .. .. .. 9 P burner by a simple turn of the grate. No in

1 younger boys will be held between HACKMAN'S EXCHANGE. THE TIMBER MARKET. rec

boys of school No Professor 1 and the boys PHONE, 185. Sales in the'1lmb r"market during other range does it so easily, so well; that'swhy B.
school Xo. :2, and ockey
It was founded in 1392 and it has.a the past week were very light on ae. toe
making effort to bring or
one
1 re teams an to P'nsaca) to meet the reputation for polite and areful drivers count of Mardi Gras. Receipts were ri for'
; *
' .4 School in an event similar to! and the best informed cabmen in also! light not more than 1,500 'p'eces >*i we sell only Buck's.CflLVE'S Ins'''
' the city. Following the membersand being rece ved." The markt continue s.
one held last year and also to ar: are 9 j
I ; an annual track meet of the! their hack numbers: to be firm and the demand exceeding. .-i -1 t Ma'ape..'
High Schools to be held at the'! A. M. Soloman No, 1; A. J. Leggett. the receipts. Averages of 30 feet and r
I University. The following let-) :-l0.5; J. -Stall worth. No. 7; J. E.Morr's over were quoted during the week atf I I
I will explain the efforts being! : No 8; S. Sunday Jr. No. 11; C. 27% and 28 cents, and 'there- was a''; M II ..forsw'
.: : H. Taylor. No-12? O. Abdelcothe, No. good demand at this figure. ,Smaller! .. M
1 Florida Tim .Union: 15; R. J. Parker. No. 18;. T. H Hear- averages sold at about 23 cents. at
roe to ,suggest a plan which old 'No 21; S: Bibbs. No 26; M. Ptterson. Pri!
ed out would result, it se?m:. ; No. 30; A. J. Braswell No. 77; I .. AUSLEY & CO.'S REPORTS \ the

.. in a healthy interest in clean All the above are nice closed car-,' Liverpool Cotton Market \,*.\, 1.tI;
sports in the Public High nages. "
of the state and in bringing J. STALLWORTH Prcs. C1 Signed ..
| &n..l"eb.. =- ..,. ,. kinbe
boys of the high schools into By C. H. TAYLOR. Sec and Tres. Fob..Mar.*...577Mr. ., 1:1
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>r touch 'With the tstate Uni>er-I ..April..5:7 I I .
I would suggest that a field' '.A.pr11.May .': .... J3I .. a i
1. to be engage in by the boys of1! I May-Jan. ...5. 5 !: m! ;! ,iioit mii j tliimi!:! 1I"hma
.
Public High Schools of the state, *'' .
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held if possible annually at the SHIPPING NEWS JiiLy-august: ::.:::::::: : ----------------- ----------- --- ---= ----=- anI

* [ I University, otherwise at Jack- Anmst-8 pt.Hibr..j.83 .. ..............,_,..M'R'iwsrIil the
\ that in order to add zest to ,September-October .5.fg NOVEL VICTORYHow Z.OI
t contest a silver trophy cup be Oetober-NoremW .504 ; In the midst of life's festivities the
KnTember-Pecember ..... :i: :E : I c:
a 5,60 -.8:
f th,5 winning team and that gaunt monster Death stalks abroadin
December-January ................ 41isl
Arrived.
held bj tho wlnntngteam until the the land. While many make: merry. there are those who are bowed
;r year when it should b? con. Orpheus Aust ship, Medanic, Trieste. Liverpool spots 5.re. Famous Singer Charmed I down and broken hearted by reason of a visit from the Grim to I
for again. That the events be,I New York Cotton Market Old Utah Woman. ter which brings us to the fact that it is the duty of every gl.po
as follows: running high jump.' Cleared. Open High Low CojMarch an protect those who are dependent on him for support. No lonS'1
; !; broad Jump pole vault, put ....... Ifl57jfk 10.hO 10.55 J 1C ftO way than with a policy in the Equtable. The matter Is of great !
12: pound shot, throwing 12-pound Teodoro de Larrinaga Br as. Hudson May.1075 108 1075 10.80J Sbmybe
SANG nr'A' j portance to every husband or father for the span of life is short
259S for Ellesmere with 1.C50 ly., 10.9f10115: 109(1 TOE HER FABUHOUSE
( -
'I 100 yard dash, 220 yard run, { IU4 uncertain and the end t4 l
and tons phosphate rock. October.10. 9 1010 1033: 1087 1 .::::
, 880
yard run, yard run per-
thereof Is waepi'
q a hurdle raca; that the first Scares da Costa Port bk, Magano. Dteember..10J9: : 10.41 1035 10.J9New ..L.J..III..- ..lt1JL
be hel about May 5th this) 586 for Oporto with 198.240 a ft sawn. York,Spots. 11 s( Then the Chicken and Cfg WhICh '
; that wherever the meet be held i timber, 197.669 s ft deals. Wheat. the PrimA Dons Had Been Refused Insurance, Know.les. Bros. ts act
Pensacola ticiP"
1 be made to pay the ex Open High Low CIoMMajr by Simple Countrywoman Were Fire, Life. :
VESSELS: IK JCRT.Alioth ..
.
>S of each competing team; that -. 80 so>4 7fc .. TeJnly : ,, '
1"P I order to make the expenses as I St lJmsh'' ...._feO I kO: >', ':'fP.. 7. 4 FortheotuiBff Beantlfnl Memory 9 Ingthn
'LO. H II L New Orleans v the Old Lady.
:: as pos&iDie tn? numoer OtoOY3 Dutch as. MuMa.. 129S. Rot. Cherished by .
--" --- '-
-
each bo limited to fn, I fro
( and 'finally team that the Times Union or: terdam Farmsum to order.Dutch ss, Scheltema I, Corn.Open I Mme. Calve! the famous singer who I ................0++.............$..... ......... wa

as a committee of one to put I Hartlepool to W. L. Wit- filth Low appeared at Seattle Wash, the other" e oo : end
: 11591.West Close
scheme on-rc t.. l'day.-J 13 4!i, JMJ! 1 i night ,in JOS B. LOCKET. lolanthe. Br ss. Hodgson, 19-13. JaIy.4 3;'{ 4B 43 43 experience. of singing in a Utah farmhouse I and : aft.

? Pensacola' High School. I Vincent to Gulf Transit Co. St'l while 'in that state a few days Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS, J tvflcol
:: Florida March 2, 1906. Br Larson-2095! '
Kirkswood .
: .- New York Stock Market ago. Just before: her Salt Lake concert FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP
don. I : Open Close REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Prompt' attention given to all orders mo
\ friend-Or Thomas' EC- I soya the Seattle Times.In
Pleamoor. Br ss, Prest,_'2803, l\Iobflej $oathernFai5e..4" ,... flt i; (AI i day or night Agents for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and tea
Oil. Cures toothache ear to master. I I Copper....................._ 1074, 104 a little home on the outskirts of Timber Dogs also chains of all descriptions. Office phone 123 Rest am
', sore throat. Heals cuts bruises Secunda Br ss. Donnelson. 1309.!' .A.. .....;.............. l3 l Bountiful a. bent old oman sang over I J dence phone 1029. P. O. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. J

: Stops any pam Tenereiffe to The W.'S.- Keyser Co. I I Ateh.........-.................. 8S ,a, sJA her work. The men bad gone away to' ...............+..... .+.+.....*......++.+....+.+..H vcr V
Shedrecht!: Dutch ss. Vessen., 1951 ..R ... .............:........ 15 s New Suits Filed. 1! .........-...... .......... their dally labor; the children, all shiny tier
* Gaheston. I II 1 KR T. bll4 80JJB. ............................... ............... .
; following new suits were filed Teodora de Tariniga, Br I ss, Hudson,I .& 0 ........................ 110(>i4 110'-. with soap and water bad gone to ''to'
i in th!! office of the clerk of'' 2599, Hull. Erie........................... iyt: 404:!! schooL .\sthe old! woman was puttingthe art
: circuit court Tugela Br ss, Lacock. 2148 Vera CF.-. f3 ei>, I nil
: W. See!)' vs. R. M. B-?rrj dah.I Cruz. U. B........................... 41L 4' 40>4' blue :dishes away in the kitchen I AUSLEY G COMPANY j
,; $10,000, C. M Jones attorney I U.S.. oreferred..........._. lotPJ 108 safe there was a. rap at the door. In a lit
plaintiff. ;, Vivma. Span ss, Bustinza 1&83 .Liverpool L.& N......................... 116.>.4 1451, tent on her'work. the old woman, if she : tag
IF. Caro vs. Pensacola Electric I, to Gulf Transit Co. Lead.....'.................. 74V. '72'iI : attention. The ,. 41. : wit
! Company. a corporation I! Ships. .c..................... .iia / 16b.lie!; beard, -paid no rapping 1ft
I &. I Met..............._.......... 1I51; was repeated She opened the door. : COMMISSION BROKERS tl'DIt'l
: s $10,000; Avery Avery, and Avon Ital ship: Avegno 1601. Genoa I ,
...... I
- I Can.Pao. 170 itt( T| I On the threshold stood two women
for .
Jones attorneys plaintiff J to Rosasco Bros.
'
j Greenblatt vs. S. Sher. replevin; Casanova Ital bk. Avegno 1069. :::::: :::::::::::t..::: 148 yf| 145J in}, I strangers in .Bountiful. One was robed | 11 WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. : arr

; I T. Morgan, attorney for pla ntiff. I! Genoa. .: nI.-.S...... 1&!! ': 131!_I In smart fur, the other was.plainly a IKKMJ;
of Pilot Commissioners. I I Elvira. Port ship Rodrlques 1488 .......iTs' 17 servant of the upper class .
: of County Commissioners. man-, Lisbon to OI ?r. ..... 8S 26 "We wish to buy some chickens.and I Private Wires N. Y. N. 0 and Chicago. i Da
>:; Blount &. Blount attorneys; ,. Bant.*. SR........_.. 3XTC.L \ I ,, j .C)
plaintiffs eggs Raid the maid, with la'Itrong
.
j I I49; 145-
Adele Swed bk.
Janse 596. HaanaI
F. Croal vs.: Josephine E. Croal,I I I Penna.... lJ01: < 138' French accent. With grave courtesythe I to
Due Cuigmi, Ital bk. Olnarl US!.I f ft
and BONDS It
PROVISIONS
COTTON.STOCKS. GRAIN.
4 \ for divorce: Avery & Avery, so j Genoa to order. V P.. 11H }- old woman Incited the stranger Inbefore | onl!

for complainant. Ciampa Eraeha, Ital bk, 864, Hahana. ; she told him she. had no chickens i

ARTICLE FREE TO EVERY 'I I I and eggs'to selL : Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. t ira BUT
'I Elvira Port bk. Rodriquez 1586 for: "And who are you? she concluded. *
OF 25 OR 50c BOX AT .
i Df-lagoa Ray, with 701,539 s ft sawn peering at the couple through steel tob
: MONDAY. timber! 291.922 s ft lumbr, rimmed spectacles. 1 Reference: First National and Peoples Ba ks. Phone I I 73I ;

I I I Gudnv, Nor bk. Saanum, 821, Ham-,;: SEEDS "111/
Not a Dairy Expert. [burg to master. H singer. Tola," lady'answered is Mme.the utaid.Calve, the great ................................................... Bettha

: 'according' to Sibley a story of Pennsyl told the 509; Pedro Savannah Laca>e.to Span.Rax M.bk.Robinson.Marxians,j i I "Mme. CalTe?" repeated the house- -....t.................. .......................: for
I .
in her for Mme.Calve's
Providenza keeper incredulity tone
Ital bk, Olcese. 1185"Starthem .j "
night; br cue of his friends.ras a lie
i Br bk Maitland. ':! WHICH fame had penetrated even to
,
fighter for the rights of the Antwerp. 1272 that little Utah: home and she could j I I A LIGHT THAT LIGHTS i It o:
against the
( : oleomargarine Thomas Ital bk, I..ano, 80::. Naples not believe the great singer really stood | IT
He fought valiantly for the Umberto I, Ital bk, Olirarl, 766,!' before her. Any doubt she CAy have i : He
: :! re of the oleomargarine; bill Aft- G?noa to Rosasco Bros. I had was swiftly dispelled. | but
; IS ECONOMICAL
SUCCEEDWhen AND
was passed he went out to Ills! i : an
Schooners.LizzIe i\ In,_a .corner.of the room stood an old ;
: and officiated at a fair. He In
I made referee' in awarding prizes E. Dernlson, Am sch.. Peck, old piano. Its legs scarred by thoughtless 'I I : 2: tie
t 452. master. ,; children of many generations its
the best butter solely because of Horatio I.. Baker Am sch, )Mohr.' keys yellowed by time. To the piano ;( : When you have a Welsbach burner In the home 01 of, bathe
gTt"dtT'ork for the bill and his er- !i You Buy flee or a SOO-candle Welsfcach Gas Arc LamP a *
: ;:?. I. gtia to J. A. Merritt & Co. Mme. Calve walked and struck a chord. : power .
> s on dairy questions. He went ; Thos. S. Dennison Am echo Wade, Get the Best. I If the ancient instrument sadly out : the store you have a light that rivals sunlIghtTh. the,
his! work carefully and conselenI I single for tip openings five times *
1329 Baltimore to order. of tune the' wonderful_ singer gave no i arc gas gives about ,. cwen.
and awarded the I the the candle of the flame about 10 'oper > .
prize of : Barkcntines.Beatrice / : It's the Cheapest in End. e'tgn.: To a soft accompaniment of her power open t'p at .
without the :. cent. saving in cost. Tne SOO-candle( re *
inquiring name of ; she folk, of the, power !gas ro
maker. Whenthey" came to look I i Am bk n..Casavegq. i420j j own Ftineh.Mine.. sang a song j. costs only 3 cents an hour. vnHi
Lumter J
Rotterdam to Pensacola! Co. .. i i
the
authnrship of the prize inning! 1 Caroline Koch Dan bktn. Holm,. ( Calve she who receives $1.000 :
there was a howl at Sibley's ex- Fort de Trance to McKenzis i Oerting Landreth'sNew from grand dame for a single song ; Sty
(>. It was the name of the most &-Co. j i at a musicale, was singing her graciousbest I Pensacola Gas CompanyPhone i II.
'" oleomargarine making con .
. for ,a simple country womap rtm
: in the United States.-New York
Then,? was a mist in the oldwoman's ; ]
: EXCURSIONDon't I i 148. 24 and'27 E. Garden Street.
. eyes vhen,the singer finished, but without : ti

t. What Bothered 111.i88o" ...- I forget the 'excursion' 'to die! ,Crop house. a w ml.IIhe. hurried out of the:': :.................... ................................ 1

Gulf Steamer :Monarch leases' XDfh
to-day. -- -' -
said the grocer *TOU'V been i ; The next moment mistress and maid: '= BEST
,
Palafox wharf at 2O.BUY TASTE IS
company with Sexy Ann Green heard sounds that could not come except VV : GENTLEMAN'S Cn;
nigh on to fifteen ,years haven't Received. from chickens in extremis And SUITED WITH A a'
c YOU A BOX AT MCMILLAN'S: Just 1 I I
? r: j the old Pa
presently' woman back.
came All kinds that
MONDAY AS YOU RECEIVE .A: ,
years come next hay har 1 She.carried. two chickens and a basket: CERTIFIED CHECK 11:..
PRESENT WORTH 25c, WITH
Silas explained. according to the of eggs. I theWa

I Tribune. EVERY 25 AND'sac BOX.." j! ."Take them.,madam" she said, "take I OAK AND 50 CIGAR.

' that's a good long while. j I I. them as a token from me." II We 1
1Xeither -
: to me a courtship like that had Crew Notice.,. W. ,A. D'Alemberte 'That Is :why Mme. Calve In her pri- 614.'A All the qualities of fla ror.aroma tti
to end pretty soon*' I .the aptam. own;( rate'car> on_a siding at Bountiful cad cheaper than color and goorf material 1 II lest!
often thought so, but some way A ers nor consignees of the]' and an omelet of ,fresh eggs; that is why It anywnere embodied in it. Oth,
Aust. ship Orpheus will be1! Druggist Apothecary,
I can, get up the courage to"- tender chicken was on her bill of faro want. tt \
: propose? "'hv. It's t"asy.as fallin' responsible for debts con j Telephone 109. .next day. And that In why a tent old & Co. Lotj.Q1
i ." tracted by the crew of said vesseL ; K Greenhut
: loffot Nedanich .i woman. at Bountiful Is cherishing in J i E.: C. ;
to propose-to atop goin with :. Captain. 121 I Sooth Palifoz Street. the warmest corner of her heart a I !DISTRIBUTORS lIlt.z .
Master .
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I ; .-;,Consign j e.t; ,',' i beantlfal beautiful memory. Phone a PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. fca

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r silt on skimming over It In 'his Lath 1 am not, sanguine- of the result lie I I you ask him.' -He IV an eminent ma "Bather! It's the European paradise 1 I t i I had of course forgotten both IB the place You may well open' your'eye;,

; NO SINECURE chair with me liehind.- is very difficult to please. You mustprepare and he has promised to speak for mi(. I for such as our noble selves. But I high excitement of the hour or I shouldscarcely but we didn't go there much if"yon remember -,

, I Wt quite nervous when I reached yourself for a querulous invalid I would rather say no more myself." there's no place that's a patch on little have announced my. belated and the staff seems changed,

( the tl:!ts. They were a small pile in aside and for no sinecure If you get "But you shall sir but you shaH! London as a nonconductor of heat; it discovery with such an air. As it wag, | Anyway we'll risk! It for once. I was

, No. 7 ot'the Series street, and I pitied the doctor the billet. Do you suppose that I suppose! a j.al! >- I never need get too" hot for a fellow 1 I made Rattles look at me as I bad In last night talking like a stage American .

! whose plate I !saw upon the palings "May I ask what's: ''the matter with lie schooled boy would apply for I a here If it does it's his own fault: I' known: him to look before and the and supper's ordered for It

1 (Cjr+,r 4. 1901.by Q..b SaJ.ne.', s.-) before the ground floor windows; he him?' berth like this It something or other I It's the kind of wicket you don't g tout droop of his eyelids began 'to sting. sharp."

AM: still uncertain wbicl must be In a \ pry'smalJ way I "By all means: -when you've got the hadn't happened? What I want Is 1 It ou unless you'get yourself out. So "Why all this subtlety I petulantly "You made as sure of me aa till

surprised me more the thought. I rather pitied myself as well billet"Dr. gentleman".of sorts and I don't much here I am again niul'have been for the exclaimed. "W ly couldu't you come that:"

I telegram calling my attention I had indulged In visions of better Theobald then led the way his care what sort, but you've got to te<< 11 last six weeks, and I mean to have another straightaway to me in a cab?" "There was no harm In ordering sap

( I to the advertisement flats than these. There; were no bal-- professional dignity so thoroughly Intact me what did happen If yon don't te!n knock. lIe did not inform me that I was per. We shall have it'In a privateroom

or the advertisement conies; the porter was out of livery? that I could not but smile as I anybody t"lseDr. Theobald sir, you I I "But surely, old -fellow, you're not hopeless as ever lie did not address but you may as well dress If'

itself.) The telegram -- there was no lift and my invalid on followed his swinging coat tails to the can go to the devil if you won' awfully fit, are you?" me ail. hU good rabbit. He was silent you've got the dud>." ,

1 1'1 before me as d 1 the third floor! I trudged up, wishing sickroom. I carried no smile across the take a hint. This man may do or he I I "Flt? My dear: Bunny I'm dead- for a time, and then spoke in a tone 'I "They're at my only forgiving rela.

write It would: appear to have beet I ,had never Jived In Mount street, and threshold_ _of a I"kp..CI. chamber which may not. You hare no more to say tit I'm at the bottom of the sea-and don't which made me ashamed of mine. tin's." ;
, handed ,n at Vere street at 8 o'clocl kIn "' ... till I send him down to tell )'ou.one i L you forget it for a minute.! "You see, there are twoor, three of "How much will get" them out anti
.
the morning;; of May 11, 1S07, am thing or the other. Clear out sir (''It'ar "But' are you all right or are you i me' now". Bunny. One's at the bottomof square jou up and bring you back

( fp....n .1* in-fore half past at Hollowu; out, and It you think you've anything .. bag and baggage: In good time j
. ; to complain of yon stick! It down I had to calculate. 1
(I B o. anti in the drab region It duly; ,
(t r u t "A tender "
In the billl" easily
r
fotimi ''tit., unwashed but at work before "
, hot and In the mild excitement of out Int'i= I "I had one ready for you. Here It i
attic
rh oar grew my
i view the thin voice had, gajieru It is, and I wouldn't lose any time If I 'i
ie Insupportable: ;
t if strength-and the last shrill insult wa: were you. On the way you might look:
I'I
f c. MMturln's advertisement! Dally; screamed after the devoted medico as: up Theobald, tell him you're got It and
)!:almah" ; ; suit you earnestly betr)- will
2i i ii IK "' esary. -. he retired in !such' order-that I telt!) bow long you'll tam gone, and that t'I G

,t i. I transcribe: the thing as I see It bffrre certain he was going;: to take this tryIng I can't be left alone all the time, And,''

. me all in one breath that tool patient at his word. The 1J room I by Jove yes! You get me a stall foe

lr I.-a\ mine, but I leave out the initial;: i : .v; dour (closed then the outer one and I the Lyceum at the nearest' agent'*-*

r it the end which completed the sur the doctor's heels! went dnimruiii; Ift t rtI there are two or three In nigh street- |J

: pre They !'toorl'NY obviously fo down the common stair. I was about and say it was given you when you ]
:1 come in. That young: map shall be H
the iiujghted: specialist whose consultIn .' In the flat with! this highly singular Ii ,
oat of the way tonight"t E
ram i is within n cab whistle ot and rather terrible old man
( tt r'a I found our doctor in a minute consulting
;} rpre reei. and who once called nn "And. a dashed good riddance'croaked -
a X11 room and bill shirt sleeves, a
tm;:mau for his sins. :More l't't.'t'ntIr 1: : the invalid raising himself 01 tt t t(
tall tumbler at his elbow. At leant I
! to had called me other names. I war r T Tt one elbow without delay. "I may not caught sight of the tumbler on enter-
much left to boast about,
have
'iisikTa'qualified: !) by an adjectiviwn > body : ks} Ing. Thereafter he stood In front oC
'h* seemed to another. I hat but at least I've got a lost' old soul
.f ; me uc e I it. with a futility that had my eym-
M aiii
in it. It I burl a gentleman of sorts about me. rye
ihf ever again : "So you've got the billet.said: Dr. *
t.
the n-olence to show my nose in that I ; t been too dependent on that chap. He Theobald. "Well, as I told yon before,. .. ?

:" MMI should go out quicker tll:1n'' won't even let :ne smoke, end he'sbeen and as you have since probably'discovered ;

) .-aiije in All thi( and more my I leas! In the flat all day to reel didn't. for yourself, you won't fled It.

liistMiir! relative 4-ould tell a poor devil You'll find the cigarettes behi'n'd'thMadonna < exactly a sinecure. My own part of**

'(. nfare, could ring; for his man and of the Chair." *. L the business to by no means that Indeed

2i him his brutal instructions on Hit Ltfll4.4i' 4 It was a steel ensrHviugof' the great there are those who would throw
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1"11[ and then relent to the tune ol Raphael, and tha frame was tilted RAFFLES LED ME Ui' TWO FLIGHTS.:: up the case after tike kind of treatment'

It;' telegram! I have no phrase for from the wall.: At a toiiclj;! a packet 4 -- that you have sewn for yonraeh. But

"".> traazement.: I literally could not of cigarettes tumbled (low? from. be- not?"* the Mediterranean: and one's an old I professional considerations are not the

f hf ">re my eye! Yet their evidence bun.. : .[ ;'Xo, I'm half poisoned by Theobald' Australian desirous of dying: In the< only ones, and one cannot make too

wamore and more conclusive! ; a very "Thanks. And now a .light. prescriptions and putrid cigarettes; and old country, hut In no immediate dan. many allowances in each a case."
have I struck the match and! bi-ld it, while ,"But what is the case?" I asked him.
"-ni"tie could not been more charwicristie : as weak as a cat trom lying In bed. ger of dying anywhere. The.old Australian -
of its sender. Meanly" ellintiral. ) Oil Invalid inhaled with"riormal lips. "Then why on earth lie in bed Rat didn't know a soul In town. "You said you would tell me If I was

Id.lirroiisly precise, saving half It' nip and suddenly I sighed. I was irreuistjbly .. fies..rr,... ...,.. He's got to be consistent or be's done successful
fence at the expense!' of :sense, yet pay reminded of,, my pr dear old "p't>eauge. it's 1leUe hauIying,11. .JTliis. ante, TLfftbaUJs.hla only frieui i Dr. Theobald's rtxmg wa worthy of-

41 <:1 i: like: a man t"rIr.: ." Matnrin., I' [ Itatfles. A smoke ring worthy of the jail as I'm afraid you'kaow! myptlordear ; and has seen rather too much of him the profession he seemed. destined to

that was my distinguished relative great: A. J. ,was floating upward from teIlow. 1 tell you'I am dead.nn'dmy Ordinary 'dust won't do for his eyes. i adorn' ; it was not incompatible with

from his bald! patch to his, corns, nor La the !sick' man's lips. one terror is ojf\ '.coming: fa\lif" Begbv to see? To lOkOU out of Jtcrowd I any construction which one chose; to

.. w-i is nil tu! nxt nnlike him. upon see- dye j ",\wl now take one yourself. I have again:; by accident : '!XJaii't! ,you Sf.er: : that was the game"; to let old put upon. I it. Next I moment still spoke be more hadstiffened. Y

. ond thought.' ; lie had: a reputation for smoked more poisonous cigarettes, but simply dare not b'owiny noset 1 >f' :iTheobald help to pick you, better still! suppose
less like gentleman, after all,
a yet
<> or
''harity/ : he was going: to live up to It even these are not :Sullivan. doors-by day. You 'have no-" Idea 'ht To start with he was dead against my
I I list mate lIe seemed ;
1t I only nurse.
n'lcr all. Either that: or it was the -0 I tiRiiot repeat what I said. I have the number; of perfectly innocen i having anybody at all; wanted me alto was
. to remember thin suddenly, and he
. Mi.Mcn impMl.se of which the most calmhttins AT A TOUCH, A PACKAGE OF CIGARETTES TUMBLED DOWN' no Idea what I did.I only kJliw-1 I things a dead man daren't do. I can' I himself,naturally, but anything rather took occasion to remind me of the fact. ;

.. ; arc capable at times-the FROM DEIII='f). only knew-that It was A. J. Raffles even smoke Sullivans. because no one< than kill the goose! So ha is to bare ".-\h." said he. "that, was ,before I
, ruin,: pai: ">r> with the early cun of in the flesh! man was ever so partial to them as 1 1 a fiver a week while hie keeps me alive
altogether without experience
,' knew were
ens"i. thi :nflvertiseinent! j coon by chance brushed against a dejected'ludivldiia l J I reeked of drugs; and twinkled wit! s. was in my' lifetime, and you never: and he's going to be married next you, and I must say that I was ,

> ai
. erer,'iene.Veil fellow In a frock coat flung the right which a gaunt figure lay abed in the< of a swim but I defy you to sink in ""'Utt brought: you to these man but a good thing! in others. He will you after that But it will depend y.-ii

\ I must sue it fjr ray
Uii sooner; the letter, though wtwkI "Does Mr.: Maturin live here?." I in. j him to the window take him The sea was on fire. I hardly "I fancied a flat, and a. man: recommended and he may always be of use to us in in fIO curious an experiment.As :

I r>s.>etl. I was writing; a series!; of quired. :] to the window a thin voice snapped,, swam under water at all, but went all these on the boat Such a a pinch." Meanwhile he eats out of my for what is the matter with him

*ni.-les, upon prism life and bad my "That's right: ;" said the full blooded( I "and I let's have a look at him. Open I knew for the sun itself.! When it setI good chap, Bunny! lie was my reference I hand my good fellow, it is no use ray giving '

nu into the! whole system. .\ literary young mans grinning all over a convivial I the blind a bit. Xot as much as that must have been a mile away; until when came to signing the leaseYou I complimented Raffles on the mere you an answer which would be double

11,1| pbilunthropical daily was parad- countenance dash!' you not as much as that!" it did I was the invisible man. 1 figured see, I landed on a strl'teh'rwo..tplthl'tlc composition of his telegram with half Dutch to you. Moreover I have still ,
ins: i m "rhargethe: I The doctor took the oath as though wasn't the characteristics of my distinguished) '
> graver ones "I-I've come about his advertisement !' on that and only hope it case; old Australian without' to test your discretionary powers. Imay
with. the inure and the ,! It had been a fee. I no longer pitied suicide. I shall I kinsman squeezed into a dozen odd
gusto, terms, in the Daily: Ma1L""You're set down as a case of a friend in old country; ordered Enga I say however, that that poor gen
," uuhiii.lsome for creative work, were the thirty-ninth. cried the !,| him. It was now very clear to me thai get outed quite soon enough Bunny, dine as last chanceno go; npt an words and let him know how the old tlemau presents at once the most'complex + ?

tt'nuNM-.iry wi-aith to me. It..o hate blood. "That wan the thirty-eighth he had one patient:' who was a little but I'd rather l e dropped by the hangman earthly; sentimental" .wish to die 1nLondouthat's : ruffian had really treated me. Raffles and most troublesome case, which ,.

. MMIJ' that: my first check had just you met upon the stairs and the day's practice in himself.: I determined there than throw my own wicket the hhstory of Mr. Ma. i was not surprised! ; we had dined together Is responsibility enough without certain .
imveil! 1 |I.y the 8 o'cloiV anti and then that he should prove a little hit hard. Bunny at,my relative's in the old days "
, post my still young. Excuse my staring at away turin. If It doesn't you features which make it all but in,
. 1 JiisitUiu should be when I I andcan profession! to me If we could but keep think of But it hit friend and filed for reference a prgteis.loualvaluatlon .
appeciated yon. Yes you pass your prelim "Oh my dear old chap, to you're the tirst. of his household gods. I now supportable. Beyond this 1 must refuse etj
, u> that I had to earn it to obtain a I come Inside; you're one of the him dive between us. Mr. Maturin, having you by the hand again! I fee! Theobald hardest of all. I'm an Income had been to discuss my patient for the present .

.. [1ul)1' nil I few. We hail: most" Just after breakfast !:. have however had the and whitest his teeth face that 1 I as though we were both aboard that to film.I I believe he's going to posted learned, with that the the hour telegram marked for its! t but I shall certainly go up, if i
gleamedout
of the a'lrertisenieiit' itself what I iso heading off ever seen and all that's happenedsince !
: but now the porter's : German liner marry on me. ran find time.
: dusk: dispatch. at the pillar! nearest Vets i
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; as though the
through ine
,
: aiiiv it should !speak for itself the worst cases, and that last ('hnpwng a nightmare. I thought that "Does he guess there's nothing the advertisement He went up within fire mlontes. I "
> longer met aboutthem street, on the night before
ff withered no
i rt uui f fnel it, but I cannot, and I the first for twenty minutes. I lips time was! the lastT: wrong?" due to in the found Wm there on my return at dusk.
did they except in speech, was appear
. out( rememlK-r that it was a "male Come In here. I and ,aa.tbinIhastlif'r nor than the "It looked rather like It, Bunny. It I "Knows', bless you! But be doesn't Daily Mail. This also had been carefully But be did not refuse my stall at the 1
. t.rCt' and constant attendant" that And I was ushered Into an ('mptyroom : / perpetual I was taking all the risks and hitting at know 1"know he knows and there prearranged and !ta lps' only Lyceum, which Kaffles would not allow
. grin of his I defy: taImagine.
*:t> "W ntf't1 for tin elderly gentlemanto with a good bay window which It was with repose this grin that you he everything. But the game came off I Isn't a disease in the dictionary that he fear had been lest it might be hl'ldovt'r me to mite myself and presented! ,
I
futile/ health." A male nurse! Ailihsnnl enabled. my full blooded friend to Inspect and some day I'll tell& you how." hasn't treated me for since he's had his explicit instructionsand to him offhand without my leave
me while the doctor ht'ldthe I despite
.I taR: vas appended offering me yet more critically In a good>> lay regarding blind; : 'I "Oh, I'm in no hurry to hear. It's me in hand. To do Limn-justice, I believe so drive me to the doctor for an "And don't you bother" any more 'i,

, Ixral salary to university or public lIght. This he did without the least "So think could look after enough for me to see you lying there.I he thinks mea hypochondriac of explanation of his telegram. But the about me till tomorrow" snapped. the j
you
"""*>! man" and of a sudden I saw fal.-e delicacy.! Then his questions began. 'd you ?" don't- want to know how you came the first water but that young man adversehanceye had been weeded( out high thin voice as he was otto "I can f 1
me :>
,
, tai: I :should got this thing It I applied : ; "I'm certain you I could sir." there, or why though I fear you must will go far if be keeps on the wicket and weeded out to the irreducible minimum send for you now when I want you. t

-. tilt What other "university or pub "Varsity man?" "Single: handed: ( mind! I ton keep ', be pretty bud. I must have a good He has spent half his nights up here at of risk. and I'm hoping to have a decent. night
. If -hXl look at before I let you'speak: another + ;
. man" would dream of doing "S 0. another soul. You would have to cool! you guineas apiece. Ills'greatest risk, according to Raffles for once.

. J1,.): Uas any other in such straits as "Public school your own grub and my slops. Do( you word!" "Guineas must be plentiful old lay nearest home. Bedridden invalid .
'. And then relentless relative. "Yes." I raised one of the blinds, I sat upon 10 when left thf. '
niy think you could do( all that? chap! that be was supposed to be, his It was half past we ,
.I n. Unt only promised to speak for me, "NVhkb one?" "Yes. sir; I think 1;)." I' the bed and I had that lookIt left "They have been Bunny I can't nightly terror was of running into flat in an Interval of silence on thu' s

. bur was he( very man to do so. Could I told him, and he sighed relief. "Why da you? Have you any experience me all unable to conjecture his true say more. But I dou't see why theysbouldmi Theobald's arms iu the immediate noisy stairH. The silence Wall un; I

*V rr.'Owmpnd.ttion compete with his "_H Jut.ou'r! the very first I've of the kind T'"Xo. i state of health but quite certain in t be again." neighborhood of the flat But Raffles I broken by our wary feet Yet for m;

to UM- matter of a male nurse? And not had to argue; with as to what Is sir. oon('." my own mind that my dear Raffles i I was not going i to inquire where the I had characteristic methods: of minimiz i surprise wan in store upon the verse

I K| the duties! of such be necessarily I and what is not a public school. Expelled "Then why do you pretend you 'I was not and never would,be the man guineas came froms if I cared!! ing even that danger of which something landing. Instead' of going downstair 4 7

k4I! onie and repellent? Certainly ?" have?" that he had 'been. He had aged twenty But I did ask old Rattles how in the anon. Meanwhile he recounted tattles I led me up two flights and se i

"* urrmindings would he better than "\o," I said after 1 flrl/O: of "'no, I was not expelled, and I least.! His hair was white; there was I sort of smile with innocent
; singularly jjj
my common l.xlging house and best. thereby drew the all, however, of a "Tliere are two entrances to these
I', !jartk-nlar garret, and the food I bOtte ;you won't expel 1 me if I ask a "Only meant only meant! Have you i no trick about that, and his face was ; which old gentlemen rub their hands type, and one thing, I noticed mansions: be explained between stars f "

, is. every other condition of life that I f question In my turn?" done your best at everything else, 1 another white. The lines about the i and old ladies nod their noses Raffles while he talked. Ills room was the and chimney stacks, "one to our stalr- ,,. '
I mouth
oo "'* think of on my way back to that I "Certainly not then?" corners v'f the eyes antI were I merely] produced' a perfect: oval of first as you entered the flat-the: ; long (t'ase! and another round the corner
On the other
, *"vort aylum. "so I dived into a'', "Are you Mr. Maturin's son? I hung; my head. This was n facer. both many and deep. : I blue smoke before: replying."I inner wa'll divided the room, not merely'I lint there's only I one porter, and he

. ***lnll'1'l..t'r'i! shop where I was a I "Xo, my name's: Theobald You may And there was something In my Invalid hand, the eyes themselves were alight was waiting for you to ask that, from 'the passage: ", but from the outer I lives on the basement underneath 111
. 1'rj3Wr! have seen it down bt>Io\\." which thrust the he down and alert as ever; they were still keen time since I did Thus step t
> only upon my present errand unspoken like finely tempered I Bunny. It's a long I landing as well. every upon and affects the door nearest home. We
I to whin the hour was airing a def "The doctor?" I said. my throat. and gray and gleaming, mouth with aeigarette'to anything upon which I plume myself I the bare stone stairs could be beard 'I miss' him by using the wrong; stairs,

> "f antiquated !suit but little cor- "His doctor," said Theobald, with doctor.a ":'io. sir, I have not I told him steeL; clone Even it,the was the mouth, ofRnflles I more Of" course in the first place I I l>y Ra files where he lay, and he would we run Mess risk of old Theobald, rand

n-'I'jl i d> the pawnbroker's moth, and satisfied eye. "Mr. Maturin's plainly. strong and un spotted you at once by these prison 1 never speak while one was ascendinguntil 1 I got the tip from the postmen, who
. I '* He is !having a male nurse and attendant be he:" the old wretch tittered: and no other+ bill door. The afternoon ,
fl "He. not signed but
. straw hat, on the top of a tram. himself It was article They were I It had: pad come up one way and down the other !
,
fh' by my advice and he :wants a "And you do well to own it you do scrupulous as the man: sitting rab than one applicant "
: of
brought more
address given In the advertiser the strength which appearedfo -1 the fist was the fist my I : I Sow follow me and look out! .-
ratherthink only physical
"I"" gentleman if he ran get one. I well, sir very well indeed. If which it was my
> that of a Hat at Earl's Court you have departed but that wuquitt' bit!" I for the port There was indeed some necessity forraution
11'1:: he'll see yon though he's only hadn't owned up out would have address that I bad already
a you I to tell them
most me a cross country journey sufficient to make my heart bleed "But 'who gave you my duty ; ( for each half of the building
f a' : seen two or three all day. There are I gone, out neck and crop! Yon've-saved of excellent I obtained. Between 3 and 4, however sheerto
"LIEwith! the district railway and for, the dear rascal who had cost meevery "I wheedled it out your had its Ij shaped' well dropping:
I **\' n minutes' walkIt was nowcast certain questions which he prefersto your bacon. You may do more. So tie valued by the tie between' editor. Called on him at dead of night, Raffles suddenly' looking, his watch, the base' the parapets so low that

midday! and the tarry wood pavecent ask himself and it's no good goingover you are a public school boy. and a very I m two. I when 'I occasionally go afield} like oth. packed me off in a hurry to the other one might easily have tripped over
the same ground twice. So perhaps : good school yours Is, bat you weren'tat out of him in end of London for my things.
a'a> gash to smell as stride up about you'' "Think I look much older?" he asked I er ghosts, and wt"pt.lt I th,01loto eternity. However we werenoon
him
th'' Earl\ Court road. It was great to I had better tell either university." that correct? I it lellgtl1.t. five minutes. I"u your only relative "I'm afrahl you must'be famishing. upon the second staircase! whichopened
before we get any further. "Absolutely. t own name. Bnnny. It's a fact that I eat very And
"' not your roof like the first
*tiTilize world Here Your name was on the ,
v'k again. withdrew to a room still "What did do when left, -A-bit. I admitted "but it Is chiefly I odd but I
t"r ni-ii' with coats on their backs And he Its hear, you you t. ,' "' If he insisted I would give him mine.dilln't little, and that at hours a twenty r;inute*, of tbe next twenty.five .
could hair.
I school?
i ltll1l"'I In nearer the entrance your He Insist Bunny and I danced ought not to tune forgotten you. Get we spont in an admirable hansom, t
gloves. fear was
My only small flat indeecL "I came In for "Whereby a tale for when outside not
*l I for it was a very money. hangs his stairs l with your address In yourself a snack but a east"Not
Olh'> wiglit; run up against; one or But now two doors were shut betweea "And then?" we.v@1 tn Ikf"tl ourselves out, though: I down meal if :you can resistone.. i skimming

h r *hUll i had known of old. But as! and I had: to rest consent with imir- "I spent my money""And have often thought it was that long my pocket""Last 'We've square got to (' -l'brnte this day this I much change in the old bole

kol'a'' ui> |Uky day. I felt it in uiyin" inurs through the, wall mitit the doctoreturued since then?* swim that! started it. Still, the island night? night I"! t Runny. More of th*** magic lantern

, gas going to K1 this berth' to summon me. I stood like a runic jf Elba:: Is a rummy sio\r" I can assure "Xo last week.advertisement was: yours "Touightr I I cried."Toulght tt t .

ill' '"'Lt''m''tluiev* I should tie I able tokT' "I have iK'rsuadetl.iuy IKiUent t3cj.but ; I ".\11,1 since then I say!" MHT: And CCaph-s is a rumauer.." 'And so the the telegram?!,, at. 11.. and *Un '...;: the i (Continued oa Page SLxteeq),, .,

wail pavement on the old =ee y'ou" .he l lslK.'r I'confess "A relative ofminejwlll! tell you__1l < "Yort went there after_atl!!?:. N asyrell as. .' -,' '
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i PAGE ,TEN THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING MARCH 4,1908
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1f In your rtf le."said 'Baxter; grInnIng:

| Hi B M M MHi" M MHBmHM BI MMH PMiM PHHMMl (MMMI "I was."writing for,grown folk," re-:. CATARRHS?
joined Graham. "This Is child's play. *
It's a mere shift of the alphabet ,The

figures divide oft the words and also Catarrh is usually:- regarded nothing more serious than a bad
Stubborn and Colds show the'extent'of the-shift; which'ls slight inflammation or the inner skin and tissues of the head and thin u
Coughs
different for*each word. How simple! when !it is, in fact, not only_ a vexatious< a troublesome disease but *,
-'3 1'-1 1 Is the third letter after Ij; 2 f q plicated and dangerous one. It is true that Catarrh usually a coz:+:

p v*-f I* the second letter after d. q Is cold in the head, but when the poisons, which ,are thrown off through

',:.. the 'second after o. The whole reads secretions find their way into the blood it becomes a constitutional

Obstinate racking coughs that settle on the lungs and may develop into Pneumonia! over night are 4uicki yt cured by this way Keep:.*quiet I don't Our,dare time to make will come.a moveyet ** that affects all parts of the body.There It has is more annoying and disgust ing trop s}ucp h't-
toms than any other disease. a sickening and offensive disc
"That doesn't give 'uR'' much.. light, I from the nostrils constant buzzing noise in: the ears, headaches and i'
said ,Baxter "but we have the q/hef : in the are while filthy, tenaclousmatter '
4 eyes' .frequent, drops back
letters and there's: no'doubt they,"ere I throat requiring continual hawking said spitting', and in certain 5ta intoteesof !:
intended for Allen's"jal If the s>aie I disease the.breath has an odor that IS very offensive. Catarrh is; t

_ FOLEYS HONEY-TAR cipher la used we've i.G'* Winter- because the cold weather closes.the pores and glands, and worse the wons i-'J
HP; pa'used a$ lf.strif: : "Ken wirtt fwjcryUs. I and unhealthy vapors which should )ass off that way are thrown liton
r''aveioorrs
One of Miss t-'ers the tender linings,and tissues, causing the inflammation which
war open In his hm: eo
'" 'syPreblanL pup'eri! i I sorbed by'the blood.. When} the blood and....v I Kadin addition a dnladfuiI llood bl4

r It sopthes and heals the inflamed air passages, stops the cough, heals ,and strengthens the lungs. FOLEY'SHONEY It scrap was of the"writing same! with;- no all'sel of liance-{them;nota becomes diseased.with. .this catarrhal Catarrh.had headaches My nose ringing was .toPped noises I,),tIt

AND TAR contains no opiates or other: harmful l drugs, and is safest for: children and delicate people. any. communication-whatever. be matterall1andsofcomphcationsmay looked for. As the blood circu- arc menced and the felt use unfit of S.for S.S.work on the iu r :e 2"'

Remember the name-FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR-and insist upon having the genuine, as no other remedyis 1 Well.this knocks ray eye out!" said_ lates through the body the foul mat- time mendation It cured of me a friend sound,and and u ella ViJST TV.?
t ; : And then, with sudden energy
Baxter
into the stomach blood in
ter finds its way my food eondition and 1 hey::
so safe or as certain in results. : "Ttrte envelopes,have been opened ruining toe_digestion and producing' never Catarrh had since the that slightest time. return 'tNo.209Edffar6U ?

I, see the whale game Stuart chronic Dyspepsia, or. Catarrh the GEO. D. C.ARR,
.. Given Up to Die With Croup. .Editor Cured of Lung Trouble. Farnsworth i Is the man. These letters stomach. It also affects the Kidneys; Evansville 1:1

Mrs. P. I. Cordier, of Mannington, Ky., writes: "My three-year W. L. Stranb, Editor of St. Petersburg (Fla.) Times, writes: were were not searce.y kept under out of lock plain and s.git-in key; they a Bladder and other members of the body, while the general health is \veai.
of the doctor said she could not live "When the from Port cued appetite and the'patient feels despondent and half sick all
old girl had a severe case croup coming across bay Tampa I got wet and caught a desk in the Dat'en.portS. thets:!%:
drawer f -
and I gave her up to die. I went to the store and got a bottle of cold that affected my throat and lungs. I neglected it, thinking I would *- # writing .. But worst of all, if the trouble is not checked the lungs become diseased fros:
Foley's Honey and Tar. The first dose gave quick relief and soon recover,but I kept getting worse,until I bought a bottle ofPoley'a sitting: room. Parns oith could the constant passage of poisoned blood thrQugh.them,and Catarrh terming
eaved her life." Honey and Tar and it cured me get at them without the yirl's knowledge -
completely. in Consumption, the rifest fatal of all diseases.; You cannot get nd of &
tarrh by treating it with sprays washes inhalations, etc., because they< '
Three sizes-25c, SOc, $1.00. The 50 cent size contains two and one-half times as much as the small size and the Now, this looked reasonable enough. reach the membranes and tissues while the real cause of the trouble is TsaJ i
$1.00 bottle almost six times as much. Refuse Substitutes I except that a partnership In burglary blood. These: : relieve the annoying symptoms for a time but the poisoj
between two bitter: rivals in lave wouldbe all the while getting a stronger hold on PIe system and when they area!u

SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY somewhat of a novelty' especially off,will manifest itself in worse form than before. S. S. S. is the great rl
4 with the )'0. 'oS .miaii an unconscious I all blood purifiers. and when it has cleansed the blood, this pure, rich siraa
assistant In tie nefarious: schemes. My circulates through the body, carrying healthful properties to the dibta i
w W. A. D'ALEMBERTE, Druggist and Apothecary( 121 S. Palafox t,, Pensacola. credulity was hardly equal to the de- I parts. Then the inflamed membranes. and tissues begin to heal the >
mand upon: it and when I thought of charges cease, the general condition d
what I knew about young: Farnsworth's- the system is strengthened e\ervte

*-SH #* #i.M *i ifcrXflfe ... i! -;'. -*, 4.. I. I did. indeed know the name and the. It was a fact that: Allen's name had character rebelled' utterly" sss ,of the annoying and,,disgusting sr Try?.
man.' Allen was the sole survivor of a not been whispered In connection with "There $is one point" Graham was, r toms pass away and the patient is! kit:
The Journal's Daily Short Story il family that bad once been prominent in the affair. saying. Allen wrote this letter and .- in perfect health. S.: S. S. is the best
lost It Of he would write an- remedy for Catarrh It
our town. He himself had been a wild "Now, here's a curious circumstance : course goes right sits
other. Has it been received?" the blood and remqves. all effete
matter
youth, and his reputation had not improved continued Baxter. Tbe other PURELY VEGETABLE.Diamonds .
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3.i \ A STRATAGEM of LETTERS f I I with a small added property years from He had his father Inherited nized.robber He was may seen have too been* but dlsgu'sed not'recog-.or- "Not Graham yet glanced" said Baxter.at the clock.. I I. permanently and at the same..time and builds catarrhal up the polSOn entire and system cures by the its disease fire
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and was supposed to have squan- he may be a strangert any rate wr "There's one more delivery today," he tonic effect. S. S. S. is a purely vegetable remedy-non-injurious to the system
% BY HOWARD FIELDING. $ dered It The homestead had been have his description, and we know that said. "It'll be due In a few minutes at and a certain, reliable cure for Catarrh. Catarrh sufferers will fend otr
tn & sold in foreclosure proceedings within he carried a large black hand bag. Miss Davenport's house. Suppose we free consulting department helpful in advising local treatment to be used
**?;, Copyright, 1S03, by Charles W. Hooke. #sc a,T .ar. and little had been Keen of Al- That bag doubtless contained $9.000 go up there." I I with S. S. S. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA

f : ', HH'E i. ; H 1a tt..C "G P K/C.C.. 'j} T. and more of Uncle Sam's money. lIe Baxter accepted the suggestion, and
had sense enough not to run, arid BIll' ,.' we set out at once reaching the house
Stern the letter carrier<< who was the precisely In the nick of time. Billy Fine"lot Diamonds at exceedingly;
visitor had an excellent this Is the special point: The job was man that saw lam had no idea that Stem<< was In the very act of deliveringa low"Prices for a few das only. A.4
M-Y counterfeit of a frank demeanor done by two men, and we know one of L I there was anything wrong with the f* letter to Miss Davenport at the gate. to ,see them.J. .
yet I observed that them but it's the other who has the low until after he heard that Allen had Baxter, out of breath with walking F. DAVIS 213 S. Pa'afox St.
he desired strict privacy for plunder.<< The fellow we've got our eyeson y been seen running in the other direv-. merely extended his hand for the letter,
r our Interview and that be was interested hasn't a cent of It, and he is keeping lion empty handed. Then the meanln and Miss Davenport gave It to him.
r in the question whether the soundof away from It and from his paL: 'I of the man with the big bag flashed The detective tore open the envelopeand No. 5S03..
our voices would penetrate the thin lie's as smooth' an article as I've en- upon Stern's mind, and he told me." drew forth a sheet of blank paper.
partition which separated my modest countered in many a day. We could I r "Does the description fit anybody "This Is too much for me," said he. C.W, LAMAR President JOHN PFEIFFER Assistant Caih-.
from the M. E. CLARK.Vice-President and Cash:er. j.W.ANDREWS:Assistant Cashier
sanctum composing room of 1 t
arrest him any minute; but though we Hereabouts? asked Graham. "I'll) be hanged If I understand"He -
r' the newspaper. He drew a chair very have a moral certainty that he's guilty "Except for a beard, which might was Interrupted by a sudden and
desk.close to mine and laid a clipping on the I couldn't bank so high on the legal ev have been false, of course," said Baxter surprising occurrence. Without the THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK

idence. And. anyhow, we should lose: "it would fit Stuart Farnsworth slightest warning Graham sprang up- ,
r "Could you tell"me. said he, "who the pal and the swag for it's a sure the postmaster's son,fairly well. And. on Stern the carrier and the two men OF PtNSACOLA. FLA.
wrote that article?
thing that our man wouldn't squeal. there's a point: Young Farnsworth came heavily to the ground. Grahamwas
It was a labored disquisition on the DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.
He hasn't been near this town since might have known,of the unusual sum, much the stronger. He seized
4.p reading! of and had been
printed. in last cryptograms week's Saturday supplement the night of the rohbf>ry. He's living in I II I of m'oney In the postoffice safe. But he Stern's right wrist and wrenched his CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS, $69,003. =
a boarding house in Stanhope twenty seems to have a fair alibi. He was: band open A crumpled paper was dis-
} with small hope on thatit
part
my
miles west of us, and his patience<< calling that evening on a young lady closed. Baxter stooped and seized It, DIRECTORS. !
would in
amuse anybody our town.
seems to be about as long suffering as named Annie.Davenport" And the de- and I saw as he held it up that it borea I
"Certainly, said I. "It was written Henry L. Covlngtoity Frank ReIlly, F. E. Browner
by David Graham, foreman of my com ours. Ills only mistake is that he tective, tapped, the envelope with his letter written In Allen's cipher. J. M. Pfeiffer, W. S. RosascoC..W. Lamar, f
t posing room." writes letters, and we've trapped one finger. Graham rose, pulled Stern up after Bryan Ounwody, T. F. McCourin,. J. R.Saunders
.r "Could I see Mr. Graham" he asked. I of them. lIe started to mall It yesterday "It lies In my mind that the robberywas him; then he faced Baxter. A. M. Avery -W. II.Milton; 0. E. Maura
"You send him card," said afternoon and dropped It on the past 12," said Graham, "and the "Why, man," he cried, "how could ye W. L. Canthon Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie Oertlng,
may your 1
would be doubt who was at the bottom of this Alex ft1cGowlQ. C. M. Covlngton, M. E. Clark."
young man not
; I; "the real one, not the one you sent street One of my men, who was shad- staying at
Miss Davenport's so late." business? Did ye really believe that
: to me. owing him. nabbed it In a holy second,
lie eyed me with mild surprise. and here it Is." "We learn that he left about 11," responded these letters were opened after Miss Accounts of Banks individuals, Corporationsand Firms Solicited.

"What makes you think" he began Baxter laid an envelope on the leaf ; Baxt'er. "but the thieves were Davenport-received them?" e Four per cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits..
} but I cut in upon him. of uiy desk between Graham and me. at work in the postoffice by 10 at the "Do you mean that this fellow Stern
"WHO WBOTB THAT JLBTICUE?* latest. It was better than two hours'Job has opened them," demanded Baxter,
"I don't think; I know. You are a We saw that it was addressed to Miss a
i postofflce detective and your name Is Annie Davenport a young woman len in Stockton since then. I knew on that safe. And now, Mr. Gra- "that they were Intended for his eyes
Charles axtf>r. You are in this town much admired in our town and of unblemished however, that be had once been very ham," he continued, "will you help me that the whole plot. was between Stern
to Investigate the robbery here last reputation. I was amazed attentive to Annie Davenport, but had read this letter? It I Is In cipher and and Allen?"
1 treek." I'm investigating it also as a and distressed that her name should be been supplanted in her affections, if, we can't make anything of it. We "Beyond a doubt,"answered Graham.
part of my business, and that's how I brought into such an affair. indeed he ever had a share In them have reason to assume that Allen has "Stern's description of the second rob EVERY WOMAN SHOULD
; happen( to know you." "It's open" said the detective to by a much better man, ib whom she sent several to Miss Davenport since ber was an obvious 'lIe intended to
"!tight," said he. "But as! for the Graham. "See what you can make of was now said by the gossips to be en- the robbery, and we think that we are throw dust In your eyes and cast suspicion -
k card"a It." gaged. This was Stuart Farnsworth: justified in trying to get at the bottomof upon an Innocent man-young

"We shall not need It now. I'll send "I am not so clear as to that," an- eon of our postmaster and himself anew this puzzle. The young lady may be Farnsworth. Stern saw no robber but
.a t fur :ilr. Graham." swered Graham. "It would appear to fledged lawyer not without clients.<< entirely: innocent, of course. It's probable Allen until he came to a looking glass
; My foreman was a tall, thin long me that I might like the young lady's "On the night of the robbery said that she knows nothing of Allen's and-saw himself. lies a trusted man HAVE A BANK ACCOUNT
? faced Scot with a hard mouth and a permission." the detective "Allen was seen and positively connection with the robbery or that he In the office. He'd have a far better I "Rh
mild eye. The Intellectual upper half Upon this Baxter made quite a flowery recognized within fifty yards of Is suspected. There's doubtless some chance than the postmaster's son to -
\ of his toad seemed to take a broad argument, speaking of the interests the postoffice Just after the safe was trick by which she is made to hand on know of the large sum in the safe. Did the
i view and to enjoy the problems of this of Justice and other lofty considerations : blown, and he was running away. these letters to the right party." ye not think of that Ii hI
1 world but from the bridge of his nose but Graham and I were not Im That's how sure we are of him. The "I'd say the same to her if I' was Barter slowly shook his head. It stimulates thrift and independence. al t
P to the point of bin chin he was the picture pressed. man who saw him had senate enough to you," said Graham. "Then you'll be In "I guess you're right," he said. "I JllalI .
vf narrow precision."I "Who wrote this?" I asked when the keep dark about Jt except to the post- the way of learning the insides of all remember trying to find Stern on the 1 Every care, courtesy and consideration tu

want you to help me In the matter detective paused for breath. office authorities He didn't even tell this." evening of the fourth day after the I is given to women who transact The
r of Jthls jwstofflce robbery" said he, "and "You'll know the name" .said he. the police, for which w 'ro much Baxter balked at this suggestion but robbery and on that same evening Al-
Walter: Allen" obliged." __ we succeeded in persuading him and len got away from my watchers for a their banking business with us. ryaA
I
he set out for the house where<< Miss couple of ho rs. But I never thought
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Davenport lived with her widowed that there was any connection betweenthe

Rra +raRrs. .,a. aRb .raRr..wayraRestr..wnn.aa..rRnsRt.raWaRWr+ .. aWa-y ayrYWnY/ mother I gave him a note of introduction two occurrences. They must have call and open an account with us. l1 ll
i+.a.wess+ua.duo.urea. .rewMw .mweu.M ,MwUw a :!w.illJi .., ii1. : ItAWaku.r to the young lady and some met" )0\1
r4p rather severe admonitions as to his behavior "And on the next day Miss Daven- a tJ.
1 for I could see that he vaguely port got the note from Allen asking her T

Don't Make a MistakeB suspected" her of some (perhaps. unconscious to receive the letters," said Graham."It .
) complicity In this affair.,, lie was a clever trick. Allen knew
..- was gone about two hours and returned that he was watched. He dared not
'" -, i- both pleased and puzzled. Our afternoon mail letters to Stern or even to a bogus FIRST .NATIONAL BANKOF

E Mistakes Are Costly Ei edition had gone to press by name for he knew you would trace
that time, and Graham and I, gave them-In short they had to be delivered -
PENSACOLA. FLA.
m tar Baxter our undivided attention. to somebody. If they had been
b "This is a queer business," said he. destroyed or held In the postoffice you'd W H. KJTOWLM,Pres. W.K.Hv a.Jo,V.,Pr ..and C sMer.
Whatever else do don't : "I'll be If I understand It But have known that -T.W. BBCST and W N.BOBIRTS,Aast.C .!hlert."
think banged the
you may of buying Hardware : other thief must DiBCTOBF. C. Brent. W. A. Blonnt. W. H. JCnowlea. W. K.: Hjer. Jr.
:: and Mill O here's the story: A few days after the i be" there." D.U.Brent.
until
; Supplies you see our stock
get our prices or Fito.
robbery Miss Davenport got a note He turned suddenly and seized the
asked us a few questions about ; from Allen lie told her some sort of pale and trembling postman try the
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1 le: i MtiI a faked up story about being botheredby arm with a grip that made him wince." -
I his debts and the noble resolve that "You'd Just opened this last letter.

!;i Hardware and Mill Supplies. ; he had made to pay them 'all. It was I eh?" said he. "And you had the Inclosure L.HILTON GREIK.: Pm['n> MT.K. T.X..WKLLES VIC -P..MTP[.T
a' ri necessary, he wrote, that he should In your pocket? Of course. 20CHXKU.UAIBUZ: MANRPIYLLMOR&NUAi..C.aH U
-
i 1 communicate secretly with a friend In And when you saw Mr. Baxter open Citizens National Bank
r 'a this town. Would Miss Davenport receive the envelope you were afraid end tried
f ;Ei We have not been in Pensacola very long, but we are most the letters and simply hold them crumple the slip in your hand and of Penueol.Florid.

!;i certainly the hardware business. until the friend should come and claim teNS it over the fence but I nabbed you ZDlxroo torm.
revolutionizing We realize
I" i Geo.W Wrs-fIht, MorrU tfa r. T. K. Walls
;
them? She need not ansWer; he would In time. Am I right?" "
;: I. ktx it.RoUaion. CwHlUoa Gre 1L
that have
make
we a to and
d reputation we are making it. take It for granted that she would do Stern tried to answer, but his throat A .EMERM. B\NKINQ BUSINESS TRANSACTED. __ _
i:1 All the old-time methods are put aside and we do business J WE this small service for one whom she was too dry. Ills face was a picture of

g I on the modern plan by TR r had once been gracious enough to guilt, _
count among her friends. Since then "Well, I guess he's the man, sure ... ... ... .. .. .............................
i r she has received five letters and has enough" said Baxter. J. S. REESB President. E. W. MENEFEE.? Cashier.I :
held them unopened on the theory that The rest was easy. Before the even- R. M. CART. VIce-Presldent. .
Giving You Just What You Want ..FRWr they were not for her. The friend has Ing was over the two thieves were In I THE PEOPLE'S BANK OP PENSACOLA. s
J i not appeared. I made; her understand custody and thejr plunder unearthed
...... mighty clearly that this was a part of from the Aiding place where Stern btd Director( *-L. J. R".ev s, J. $. Reese, W. DeC.- Kessler. R. M. Carl, :
i ti : and at small profit. We handle the postomce robbery, and naturallyshe bestowed It. W. A. D'Alemberte T. A. Jennings, J. J. Hooton. :
everything in the Hardware
didn't like the idea. Here are the TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. .
line and are always glad to give you quotations. letters and her written permission for YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFUL/ SOLICITED .
I f 1 Cured Consumption. ................................... MMft ... II
If he
i sR I I Mr. Graham to read them can. ..,
: Mrs. B. W. Evans Clearwater
M that gillie
"Give me the one your

i GORDON & BROWN HARDWARE O.I I And found Baxter on the laid street It before" said him.Graham It wasa had Kan.three, writes months.: My The husband doctors lay said sick for he: ...Cary. ;.. /"aMasser,. I'

brief typewritten note consisting ofa a quick bottle of consumption.Ballard's Horehound We procured Sy-I Pr**. '-'ARY C" O_ SO"' -
I Wholesale and Retail Dealer la
letters and
:..3 single string of jumbled rup, and it cured him. That was
!: Pensacola Fla. figures, as follows: six years ago and since then W'e have Steam, Domestic Anthracite COALi
r.f 32f 1;; I1'n .''! 0qg1afUCmggr1rv3tuCgwt cannot do without It. For coughs and Office-No, 43 South Palafox street. Telephone 93. f
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I figures along one *>r two horizontal Florida Zelius. City. BEN THE FOX. 'em. Our only hope was the nurrow oar ship slipped Into tfie great area COMPANY.The

kOr1 hi.es, crowded and blurred them so Milton Newton Diden. Milton, Fla, space tietwec the t' ft- __ waiting for her,.and they closed,on her .
UNK. WAT AS I hadly it was impossible to decipher| The following got 100 by ignoring Forty minutes after they Love in like huge Jaws. I hope I may never
them. Others were :f> faintly penciled the rule for addition and using each I While on a whaling voyage two or We had again suffer the anguish I did then as Greatest Popular Priced Show
wt"Jot" gi1''nup
the Puzzle Editor could not take time figure more than once. I caught : arctic sight they upon us. En Tour. "
three years ago young like human creaturein
I heard her milan a
I I all Lope of saving! the ship, for the
to study them out. Edna: Jackson used 1,'8 and 7-twic0.
tox'\'rhUp' ashore on one oTthe islands pain. TLe cat gave one 1 last uncanny;, NEW PLAYS, NEW SPECIALTIES,
had drifted and drn
You have more time to writ" youranswers Ray Merritt Used' 5 seven times great mountains \Tntogl.th'r
MUCH in Bering sen. We Lad a great time wasn't thirty feet between shriek that curdled the blood in tLeveins NEW FACES.
T TOO fOR plainly than the editor has to and multiplied. j till there
decipher jour scrawls j Bertha Lind multiplied and used 7 settling' ou a name for him, but 'after 'em. and then we saw her no more.In :Monday: Night

Miss Fannie Gonzalez. 107 North' twice. j i changing It a dozen times. we decidedto Most of us burned below to get together l less than no time the monster

J Spring CIty gets the dollar this! tim.j J. -Mac Quinn multiplied and useJ call him lieu. a few lollies, and, among other bergs bud ground our ship Into actual "Hotel TopsyTurvey." "
whenever she calls for it at The Jour' 7 twice j I chain and fastened sawdust. I never saw such complete
After a few weeks we unchained the thing, grabbed a
PUllltR sal office. I J May Anderson uses ten cjphers. for lie close trudion-Ilot a mast, not a plank Popular Prices-10, 20 and 30 cents.
had It around Ben's neck, was
'' full
little. rascal I. and lien swing
Tha figures printed on "Prof though threre is tin .
nine Usual
none among to heels, to keep him.b.v me. escaped Ladles Free :Monday Ni;;ht
be : of the cabin and tl*.k. where he followed my
Bvnk's" blackboard should arrant. figures to be added : < Sometimes we rowed over the water conditions
deck again the smallerlee
As I came on
lEI cd simply as In the following Irma Gonzalez uses 1 and 7 twice me about like a boo.se dog. lie for hours. Again we Lad to pull our,
-- I floes were coming on, crashing Intous .
Correct Answer. each 1' and the ship's cat grew to be famous orders to boat up on to great cakes of Ice I andtraiel -- --
4 17 Lola Lee Daniel: multiplies and uses friends, though she hated him like pol- and cap'n was giving afoot pushing the boats ahead of MONEY TO LOAN.
Only Absolutely Correct Answers :6': C twice 1 clear away the 1*>ats.
I IC'lcailti1e'
The
sou at fiist. us. The cold Wail Intense Our food"got ( ( Mortgage Company -
45 William Dudley McIIugh sends twoansvers Twas none too soon. The ice on one
I \\'e had made some good hauls on pretty low. will loan you money on your house .
Received-Fannie Gonzalezthe which total 100. Bide! had crowded us bo dose we
bold furniture, pianos, organs etc..
: well stored But tile third made out In
9S multiply. that trip, and our hold was tht're.'fe cm day we
Will and Bessie H nson couldn't lower the boats without publicity on weekly ormonthly
Winner. I Will toes 7 twice and Be. sia usestwice. 2i I i! with oil and bone, but the ap'u van rushed to the other side, where there the dim light a whaler not far off; and i i IS>merits, easy
j j; for pulling in one more whale before *' of we managed to attract attention, and .
was still a few feet space. ilCRCXNTJLE MTGE. CO. J/ ,
100 Agnes uses division an.lfails we put about for Lome We had metacres they bore down on us and took us!
into
butts dropped Palafor SLK.
In three whale we 315 $ S. :
Correct Answers Received. to sign her last name I: of floating ice, but no kt>bt>rgs.I the black waters Ben with the rest aboard more dead than alive. H. THUR rAN, Mgr. I I.I
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()n 1orai'! ingenuity as well as I The only,absolutely! f'Orrt.'Ct.ans\Ver Letters Received. I I, While we were banging' around in for life ahead of the sLip, Poor little Ben never ate a mouthful .I

'r.lrhmallt"a;, rcqujrttl to answer received .were those bearing, the Following are three of the beat letters Bering strait for a last big fellow the and pulled between theIeebergK of victuals after the death of old ,-, --
Into the narrowing spice
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t> allo"l ,on puzzle of "Prot. u'nk"c' /names ofFannie received this weeks usual a.' weather, which Lad been middling fair Tabby.
Gonzalez, 107 North Spring. number of note written an th ,, Professional!
i were ? When be lay In the Directory
blew we were
asi! sunfld\ Journal. changed and for two days great stanch old rowing
Gr 1 It tough to leave our I {
Gladys Bell, 138 Fast ?gorvnimire margin of the "Answer Coupon" but was bow of the cap'n's bout, with his Lead >'
Man rf the puzzlers i ignored thefLtn" Bell. 138 East Oregon; can not be printed ag the coupon cannot guns. ship to her doom. She held all our possessions
At the close of the second day it under his paws, and took no notice ofanything THOS. PEBLEY,
"' prin'rd notice that "The nine Aubie Wells 4302 Fourth Ave.i I be changed in any war: after it and Lad brought us safely
nrev! when adder l will total 100. Aondalela, I reaches The Journal i,I C'ameon, to snow, and it pot so thick \ve round many a hard corner. Cap'n Johnson that passed When we were LAW REAL ESTATE LOANS AND
'pr. Only those four complied exactly! "Dear! F..tlltor-I send in answers to'could not see a hand's breadth before blubbered like a baby when Le footing it over the fee I had to pull him COLLECTIONs..
are no fractions \vhil each of the with the rules t puzzles, ar us. looked back at her. PALAFOX AND ROMANA.
4 trl, to he u,od but one?." rest answers were obtained. bj the This! is mv first time 1 have trjelnTd No one slept that night. Above the We l leaned on our oars to take one His heart sef'o9-d to be broken. PHONE 559. -

:t' cirefullj read the rule that following! : hope I will receive that bright, noise of the wind we suddenly began tohoar last look together when Ben gave a The day after our rescue; he crawled

t" \P '1\I".j with ('n'ryct of pictures Dan Walk, City. slip dollar. I will try and try a ain. another groining, creaking sound unearth'y'! yelp and, but for my weakly np to me on deck, feebly licked
\on Clarence Stokes City.Telle Yours very trulr, Agnes Oliver, which and I feared meant icebergs most my band, and then stretched himself at
understand it. Th I Murphy, Citj. Mali no, Fla. my feet. In five minutes he was dead.
anvw.is as indicated, if you wish I Leona Davis: Citj "Editor, Dear' Sir-I have taken a the storm quieted His skin of silky snowy fur Is all ,, i
Toward morning
a >w. 31 that dollar. Pfeiffer City. ( i m puzzle which I hope Following the direction of LH eyes,
Arnie chance your that is left of little Ben. I keep It OPTICIAN +
I the was still so
down some, but roar mizzenmast
of the
u no wrote whole string of! Virginia C. Walker. City. v':.U b them great that \ve couldn't bear the capon'sorf1ers forgotten! in our excitement 306 THICSCV BUILDIGN
I f tircs and diviled up equally nd saw the cat,
--- ;; > There eyes on It, for when I think of the
feud came the answer i"t>. i nope i two feet away was no grimly clinging there
tender hearted little fellow who used
I am correct. Hoping with a full heart! sign of light,: along; the horizon until Ben took LU eyes from her long '
to round In it I think also' of tbe H. T. CRAWFORD
'o receive the $1.00. Yours truly, Net two bells in the afternoon watth-1 enough to look into my face and ask caper ,
/ tie OMver! Mo'ino! Fla" o'clock. Then the storm lifted sud- barks to go and help! df'athrOAn!! of our dead and gone REAL ESTATE. t
ANSWER in short, quick
PUZZLE COUPONAnswers I All right;: 1 little ladi:3 you are eel! I denly. j jCap'n her me[ but I bad to shake my head, lie !chip! and It makes a regular ,baby of MONEY TO LOAN AND RENTS Co.... to
Jonrr-al's bi me.
come additions in The ;, ; and I Lid gone below for. to the cap'n's side with the same i LECTED.
Pizzle Arm>. Just keep trying as I heard the man at the ,, leaped sailors. 414 THIESEN BUILDING.
mess!', when xve then to some of the
i ?Must Be Written on This Coupon BI*Dk. No the others do and joull; capture! that question and Pentacola, Fla.
Attention! Will Be Paid Those Not Written On It. NO I old bright, 'slipy' do'lar" wheel shout, 'Ieeoher s :1ho-O'! and we ,. A\hen he found nothing could be Many Ills come from impure WoodCan't i

Exception to this Rule. 'Mv' name is MiltoiTNevUon, weren't slow In scrambles up thehatdiwav'and done, he stood gazing at his old friend have pure blood with ,faulty digestion ----- ---- --- --.

I.I"And I am a little cute one, rushing forward. Tabby with actual tearrolhng, down', liver and sluggish bow' E. BENNETT
lazy DR. C.
My answers to the puzzles in The Journal I to-day are as follows: ,But I tell veil I can holler There they were, two of 'em, not half bis face and gave utterance to one prolonged Burdock Blood Bitters strengthens ,
- And I am loaded to the muzzle a mile! ahead, higher than our good old : howl till the end came. els.

No.1 1 1So. I With an answer to jour puzzle ship; herself, and gtiier; they must Just as we pulled through well out beyond stomach bowels and liver, and OSTEOPATH.

II I I i' '3: hurr up and s?n..' me that old have been a mile wile There was no I jhe narrow p "asp of. the! berms purifies the blood. WILL RE-OPEN OFFICES IN PEN- t,
dollarIj.ilton 'I around !
\ : steering away from em nor SACOLA APRIL 1st. ;
I Newton Dic ?n :Milton; Fla. .
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- 1.4No. I|I time XOhE're"s, young man.fun ga'or' Look out rw, Beauty of Some Pianos | y

for No. 7.The. : ,
- I sin n It is easier to make a pretty case than to put h ;-
is deep.
.. -' Best Cough Syrup. i : only case
5.No. the
do one-the other comes in
S L- Apple, ex Probate Judge, H music into it. A mechanic can JZJ

.. 1rio. Ottawa Co. Kansas, wrtes: : "This: realm of art. .?. tri
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; The Packard Kranich 6 Bach, Lester, Mehlin
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f Horehound_ Syrup: for years and thatI the musician .
of
tone
but the quality ,
7 do not hesitate to recommend it a*. not only have beauty of case, a .
i Pianos
: the best cough syrup I have ever, : cares for and it is of lasting quality. The honesty of these t.i

.. I ? O.8 g used. !5c, 50c and $1. Sold by al1' i:t begins right down in the metal plate and comes on out to and the L: DR.J.H.MOCKDental c

- druggists. =mot last coat of varnish. We'd like to show these Pianos to you 1:1

No. 9 explain their merits. We can put a Piano in your home on a first i=JI I S 6
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Escambla Lodge, NO. 15, F. & A. M.: tP i ::
I I Regular communication of d payment of $10-balance easy terms. Mj :1 l
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A j ; 114-116 S. PaUfox St. ? I Painless Extracting I.
1 evening:._ March 5th at 1:30: Fi Oldest andMusic L.r9est House' PhonalSPENSACOLA I 2&yz' S. Palafox> St. '" v, >7
Clutter Music .
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it I((33aCSS** XSXt PEOPLE SK8Xi 3VSX8JaC8* and TSl: I f is out cite Parkiill a doubt!by fin'shed special and be elocutionist TurnbulLare greatly invitation! enjoyed.,,it two and will of as Misses with-Mon she: .siid.M; ; ihB.; d NH 1 1 1 1


_ tlcel'!'o's loveliest and we and feel most sure that charmingdaughters they 1 Four i t 1 1

their already
will add new lustre to v 1

I Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go, Come and I r JI,tffE G.IM" brilliant reputations. for fair women. f j

CNN, Messrs. Frank and Newman Gentry. Had you ever thought of the time you ....0110 bed
and Miss 'Clemmie and Miss Carrie m a
Tarry e Women and Society, Here. and Elsewhere. 2 II Gentry of Bagdad who have been year? If you occupy jour bed an average of eight !aoim :

nn. guests of their aunts Mrs M. P. Boni- a day It will, make about four months, -won't it? :
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a as fay and Mrs., (Capt) Wilson for the
By E. NOJJE BECK. Telephone 669. g1t },tU SAUw.w. carnival. left Friday for home. .

\8x: Bed Should Be j
Dr. and Mrs. Louis Torrence of St The Comfortable

I Louis, who have been guests of his Z
if*! MISS MILDERD KESSLER. I brother and family Mr. and Mrs. J. i
1 STILL BEING FETED 77Journal's Daily Fashion Feature Bottled Goods.Our T. Torrence, lest Friday for home: e and your bed chamber as- cheerful' as possible. A\. <.ai 1

BY CHARLESTON SOCIETY. I stock of fine goods: suchas Miss Emma J. Joyner of Bagdad, o put you up a dandy bedroom suite for J50.00; to ?6uo.>-. t
Interest
Pcnsacola society will read with Sa'ad Dressj j 1Z
Olives ,
Sauces
I after a others more others less and put on the
> the following reprinted from ing and extracts are as good as left last evening for home elegant pet 1
the Charleston, S. C:, Pit of Wednesday can be obtained. Our prices for visit to her silt'rs, Mrs. J. N. Andrewson ft stead! a soft mattress with gently-YIelding springs Mat. :

Feb 21: these goods are as low as coud: Wright street and Mrs.J. G. Jolter i tresses $2. O to $15.00; springs $2.50 to $3.00.;; :
"Since her arrival from Pensacola I 1 be exnected. A dinner with on Gregory. 1
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ass Milderd Kessler has received a .
these tastes ever so
accessories
cumber of beautiful social attentions, Mrs. John J. McGuire, who is in
r; among the most charming being the 1 1, t ti much Olives better Relishes,Durkee's Sal :Mobile: visiting her sister Mrs. JohnJ. i MARSTON & QUINA t
Japanese card party at which Miss ; Prerera for the carnival,is expected .
ad Dressing Catsup, Lea and .
entertained in her honor, { home this week.
Annie '
5n Frraay evening. The scheme was Perrin Sauce, Tobasco Sauce, i iI : 108x110 S, Palafox St. Phone 148 Pensacola, Fla t
Japanese throughout. The Chili Sauce, Chutney Pickles Miss Pattie Walker of Bagdad. Fla., .
parlors and hall were librar-I I Chow-Chow, Pure, Fine Vine- who hag been the carnival guest of :...................... ..........................t4

;Japanese lamps and lanterns; from' gars. Mss Nellis Andrews on Wr;. ;ht street,
the corners of the room were strung left last evening for home.
festoons of lighted Japanese lanterns, .
fans and umbrellas were used effectively Dr. and Mrs C. W. DAlemberte PLEASING WRITING PAPERS.There's
are the parents of a son who .
and wistaria draped the piano s proud .aJ
end mantels, also Japanese panels ROSENAU&GERELDS. arrived Feb. 25. r
nothing quite so good to look upon as a sheet or >
were hung on the lace curtains, the re
suit being very attractive. The game The Fancy Grocers, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Nored, 421 N. good writing paper. 'Our Highland Lotus, Flemish and Twotous
vas fan tan, and instead of ringing a i t Hayne street entertained a party of
bell, a Japanese gong was struck for Phone 391. Pensacola. fr'ends and relatives. during Mardi linen papers are the acme.of perfection,and only 50c a box.COe' .

f the change. The first prize, a handsome Gras. Their guests were Mr. andMrs.

;, w Japanese dish, was won by the td11'1 I Herbert Norea1 of Belleville, Ala., c :J3ook.s"tore.
special guest; the consolation was --- -----1|Mrs. J. A. WillIams Miss Viola Wil-
drawn from a number of little Japanfte IJJ who goes from here to DFuniak, anlthen iams and Mrs. Leona Evans of Mc- Phone 235- 213 South Pflalox Street PentacoUMHHHfireHt7H
lanterns, the red one giving the to various points in Georgia: and David, Fa., Mr. Walter Dickerson
luck was drawn by 'Miss Bva Barker- : the Carolinas where she has been of Millville Fla_. and- Mr. Miller of!

_1.( ding who received a picture of a ti. i called. Caryville, Pla.. -*roI it..it..u. __1a iUI-- -
pretty Japanese girl. Mrs. A. Barker- .
1 ding was given the booby, a Japanese 1.'ii Mrs. Eben! H.Skinner gave a one Mr. Allen Reager of Louisville, I DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, I i
4+aby. The china used for serving re- o'clock: luncheon at the Osceola Club Ky., leaves for home to-day after a I
fresbm*nts was of the daintiest Jap- Friday for the :Misses Lewis.nieces pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. Hoer. f CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZ3E I

S1 cnesa ware. Chicken salad, sandwiches and guests of Mrs. C. W. Lamar I STERLING SILVERWARE I
and baited almonds were followed Mr. Henry Needham returned on ,
jelly with l "i, SI Mr. and Mis. Earnest Wiihelm Pet. Friday from New Orleans after spending .
by a sweet course ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS f
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whipped cream tea and cakes." I tersen, who have been guests of Mr. a week wJth friends and incidentally ,
Than followed a long list of names p : and Mrs. George P. Wentworth since seeing the Mardi Gras. CUT GLASSWARE :
familiar in Charleston society, as .: .' their return from their bridal trip, .
+ "among those present. ., ; i will be at home to their friends In The Gadsden M. E. Home Missionary i
-+- 'I.' their own residence, 4 Gadsden, Society will, meet In the church de 5-
1 OLIVER'S BIRTHDAY .t..' after March 10. II Monolay' afternoon at 3 o'clock.Mrs. Engraving and Fine Stationary.
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}, The following cute invitations have '; :!: Miss Agatha Bucher of IPacific, Mo I J. W. Coons received the welcome -
made the recipients anticipate two -" :i: visiting }Ir. and Mrs. Jack Me message yesterday that her I
hours of pleasure to-morrow afterj Guire on East Gadsden. mother, :Mrs.: W. P. Avera who has Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention. i

)j noon. been very Hi at the home of her son .
'Wont you come to my Mrs.: A. D. Covington of Jackson :Mr.: U- A. Avera in Gulfport, Miss., is :
Birthday Party? r 1 .ville. who has been visiting Mrs II improving
: rt All my little playmatesWill I L. Covington and is now the guest -+- I I Em O. Zadek Jewelry Co. f
be there. of Mrs. C. M. Covington, expects to Rev. W. Q. Vreeland returned
.Come and have a good tim :l:;?SI ,:, leave Monday morning for home. terday from Selma. Ala, but 3-es.1 I MOBILE, ALA.CONSOLIDATED .
With me. Monday for both Selma and AU i* **##i ***##**i .... :
llama: told me to invite Mr. I. E. Deeman and wife of Wau-
+ y t You h're. kon, la., are guests of lIon. T. F. Mc. Mrs. T. R. Vogei delightfully entertained .
f ,. 4 Gourin and wife. six dinner Thurs
Oliver J Willams. at' o'clock on
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Monday, March 3. .. .. day In honor of Mrs. W. J. Proctor,
3 119 W. Government. I A RUSSIAN BLOUSE SUIT FOR THE SMALL'MAN. I Lieut. Wood of the torpedo boat who-has-been visiting her sister, Mrs GROCERY
1502. 3 to 5 o'clock 1906. O'Brien ntertain3a;!; ? Miss Daisye A. G. McLellan. of Warrlngton. ,1
.-+- The.smart simps that cater to the I wear and tear of--the small boy's Hyer, Mrs H. H. Thornton and Mr .

PENSACOLA LRIBRARY'S I wants of the wee people s exhibit pursuits better, perhaps, than any Knowles Hyer, at dinner last evening. Mrs. Philip Tippin and son and Miss MAIN OFFICE. If BmCHES.

14 NEW COMMITTEES TO BE ing windows in #single colors nowadaysthat !other of like w e;ht It does not take Berenice Larkin of Brewton, Ala., \\t
Jacksonville
INSTALLED TUESDAY. I soil easyand it has a fresh appearance The Misses Car and Pearl Lewis who have been carnival guests of Mrs. Florida. Savannah. 'rampa, Pe&ueola.
At the regular monthly meeting of I is, a whole window of grey through any and all service. This 'Who have received many 'pleasant social Tippin's parents, Presiding Elder and

r the Pensacola Library Association to I suits or a window of brown suits or I Russian Blouse model, with Its full attentions, during their visit to Mrs. B. .C..Glenn, left for home Saturday .
be held on Tuesday afternoon at 5:30 a window of white suits, and from trousers and jacket piece laid in a I Mrs. C. W. Lamar, leave to-day for ;/ > "
the recently selected standing committees -I these early indications it is safe to large box pleat back and front, is of their horns in Valdosta. PAID CAPITAL, $500,000
will be installed, as follows: ,,prophesy that grey will toa! as ''a plain grey mohair 'Slcillienne.. but .Mrs. ''P. L. Queyrouze of Houston, .
Governing Board-Mr. W. A. Bount I able for the small man as it faShiOn-j it would be equally attractive in any ,Mrs: J. C. peble will entertain the and'Mr. Isaac Dupre of San Antonio, The Consolidated Grocery txmpany is cncvestor to the C. B. RoC f.1
Jr., chairman; )1ssL{ :: ::1McIn'tyre: I his mother grown-up brother, and of the fine invisible grey checks or New City Ladies club on Tuesday afternoon Tex.,are expected to arrive today and Company, of Jacksonville; the Florida.. Grocery Company, of JacksonTlil;
Mrs. E. E. Saintders, :Miss: Ruby :Mai-: that white' will hold Its own for this stripes. The only trimming is the and the Excelsior Flinch Club will be' the guests of their s'sters, the grocery branch of the Florida .a val Stores and Commission Company/
of Jacksonville the
I lory and Miss Emilia Sliulman. season at least. Little Russian Wednesday afternoon.Mr. ; grocery branch tl the Mutual Naval Stores Company a
heavy
stitching of black and the ':Mrs.: ;J. J. Biebfghauser and Mrs. M. Jacksonville the
the
branch of Gulf
Book Committee I blouse suits In : ; grocery Naval Store Company a
-Rev. P. H.AVTialey gray mohair are exceedingly -
smart shiny leather
belt that rema'n3first '
L. Roch.
and' : J amps; .ue branch of the Oa Natal Stores
B. F. Bache grocery Company
and Mrs. of Penncrir
chairman; Mrs. F. B. Tracy, I smart and splendidly ser favorite in children's belt fash- the :
branch of the We Coal
)frs. F. O. Howe. 'Mrs.:: R. M. Bush- I viceable. This fabric will stand the ions. mother Mrs. 'Bache;' are now occupyIng Mrs.\ .John Bell and son, have return- the grocery *t Naval Store Company of Pensco.a'
grocery branch or the Southern Naval Stores
in New Company
neJl. Mrs. Sol Cahn. their lovely new cottage of Savannah.
-- from the' Mobile carnival, -
Lakeview and accompanIed Will handle everything In Heavy and Light Groceries
The Library is now week City, corner avenue Grain Domert'r
day from 2 to 7p.. m.open during every which F. Mc ourIn, left Thursday for the Yonge' and Miss Helen Fisher's recitations Fourteenth. 'by her sister, Miss Agnes Ramm. and Hickory Imported Grocerlea, Turpentine Tools, etc. State Agents for the Wilts

1it time the public is cordially Invited north. Miss Gilchrist Mrs McGour-- were greatly enjoyed. The ,, Miss Ethel Gonzalez, of Roberts Turpentine Wagons. iMANAGER
to enjoy Its privileges. in's niece, also left for her home in Oozier meet next Friday with Miss }fr. D. A. Denmark of Valdosta, Ga., Fla., who has been visiting friends and
Tourists and strangers In the city "Waukon. la., after a ofelightful win Mary Winston Jones arrived Friday and is the guest of his relatives during carnival week expects IVI. COVINGTDN PENSACOLA BRAVCH
will find the reading room a very ter's visit. sister :Mrs.: IM. L. Covington for a day
to leave today for home.
pleasant place to literature 4- 'or two. -- .
enjoy current ---
Rev. Mrs. Ada Bowles of Boston: is --------
I books and magazines, for which The Cozy Club met Friday with now the guest of Mrs. T. A. Credille. Miss Eleanor Carvin. of Bay St bile for a few days, are expected toj I I
there Is no charge any afternoon. Miss Helen Fisher. Of the papers on Mrs. Bowles will lecture in the Uni- Mrs. T. S. Sow ell of Pine Barren Louis, Miss, is the guest of Mrs.\ John return this evening ana': J spend a few
-+- miscellaneous subjects SUss Miriam I who has spent carnival week with
r versalist church this, morning and and before going home will days before returning to their homein
Pr. if. W Xcswith who has spent Blount's on "Betsy's11 stake," was I evening, which will be the last opportunity Mrs. Genevieve Murphy Ruppert, left Quigley, South Florida
t the winter with his daughter Mrs. T. voted the test.; 'MissMarguerite: I to hear this! talented woman on the Saturday, noon train for home. and spend Miss a day Agnes or Qugley.two with 'Miss Mary Price I

and Mrs. Will H. of Marianna Fla.,
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--- -- --- Miss MattI6 Miss Beulah Stanley
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ot gone after enjoying the car
Ala.,
Mrs. Kendall Andalusia.
ladies of West-
: two lovely young nival as guest of :Mrs.: D. Wilkinson.
2222a2aa 2e222a2a2a22a2e2e22aiaeae !a. ,yUle Fla.. who have been guests of left Friday for home after visits to s -,.
A. C. Herrell for car. Mrs ,T. J. Roberts on Seventh avenue
Mr. and Mrs. I
Mr. A. R. Horsier who has been ill
m.nival week, leave today for home. and Mrs. Charles C. Larcum on Al- I .
for two weeks is
greatly improvedand
m caniz. hopes to be out in a few days. ,
THE .
_ LAST WEEK m The Monticello News says: Miss 1 I
ifU Genevieve Parklll. sponsor for the ;Mr. and Mrs. Dames Godfrey and :Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson
of SpecialtiesWe
ifU Patton Anderson Camp U. C. V. and daughters,Miss Eileen and :Miss: Nora, Andalusia, after enjoying the carnival
w her maid of honor Miss Mina Turn-| who stopped In the city en route to -
THE WIND-UP.THE FINISH OF OUR ifU Mardi Gras and de- as guests of Mr. and Mrs. CharlesC.
m bull, will attend the reunion of the 1st the,, New Orleans Larcum Alcanlz have
on returned
DeFun'ak! cided to remain for the Pensacola
N Florida Brigade at on
f GREAT AND MOST SUCCESSFUL home. I
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P .... ( :March 23rd. Miss Parkhill will ra- carnival of fun and then went to Mo- ... .
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nave a specially:
N' The
Woman's
N : Foreign Missionary
selected stock of

Odd and End Sale Society room of will the meet Palafox in the M.Sunday E. church school goods for Lent Som tnoict! 01:
them
fJ ? Monday afternoon at 3:30.: are:
iUft JOHN ? GO TO CHURCH .

, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Brawner and
son
S N Sizes are now badly broken and stock very much depleted, but NOT YET of Castlebury, :Ala., who have been SALT FISH ROE,

> N what is left MUST and SHALL BE SOLD THIS WEEK carnival guests of Mr. and :Mrs. F. E. SALT MACKERAL
as ftft LOVE TOYou4olncTo Brawner, left Friday for
WNYy'D home.
N JOHN ARl'N'
we will not carry over a single pair of WINTER-WEIGHT SHIaT/! / PET-t3uT Iw SALT POMPANO,

ftJ SHOES, and below we quote some of the PRICES THAT I'LL HIDE'EM- CHURCH kAtlf ASIn SHIRT I airs. W. J. Proctor, .of Montgomery,
S N WILL DO THE WORK ftft CAN'T GO TO cHuRC' Mf pAr Ala., left for her home Saturday, after POTOMAC ROE HERRING
IN
A DIRSnIRT
spending week
a with her sister,
KIPERED HERRING
_ N o 0Ica Mrs. A. G. McLellan of Warrington. ,

N $7.00 Edwin Clapp Shoes._._$5.73 ftft SMOKED SPRATS,
Mrs. Alphonse Tachoir[ Mrs. J. V.
U 6.50 Edwin Clapp Shoes_.____ .4,94 N { Kirkland and Miss McToland of BirmIngham CANNED SALMON,

j [t 5.00 Shoes, all kinds and styles _______________________ 3.93 N guests ,of who Mrs. Raymond have been Waters carnival CANNED LOBSTER
left
S N 4.00 Shoes, all kinds and styles __._1_A 3.09 ftft yesterday for home. CANNED SHRIMP,

ft 3.50 Shoes, all kinds and styles _. 2,88 ftft Mrs. S. C. VandersTce. : and little CROMARTY BLOATERS.Send .

2.50 Shoes, all kinds and styles _._ ___ 1.93 daughter' who have been guests of
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i 2.00 Shoes, all kinds and styles ftft home. Saunders left Saturday for b*
IBft -----------'---________ 1.69 Mi your order
i .. $ 1.75 Shoes, all kinds and styles t' X phone or messen;ei' anu
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------ _; 1.39U Mrs. George Pfe ffer, Jr. left :Friday it will *>a fI..l; a!*

ft 1.5O Shoes, all kinds andsiyles ____________ ______I"II 1.18 ft for Andalusia, !Ala., accompanying promptly as if .'Ill were
N JUiJ Look, Ur. and Mrs, Thomas Campbell on the spot yourself.Sol :
1.25 Shoes, all kinds and styles _______________________ 98c AM I 1H CANDY, aSonEPUn'ItINS JOHN-I FOUND family who left for homeafter enjoying and-

ft 99c pair for the Cable Screw Shoes___________________ 99c ftu wFLI5o0.T o THESE OU> TRUNK IN THAT IN the carnlvalfes: .:; ivjtes.}

ftft AT FRAMINts"sCU5E5 EN, Now:TOO::1- In a class by ifg self Blue Ribbon -
mft Remember
every pair MUST BE SOLD, so hustle around and CACAesYYOU Vanilla, ,Eitract... Absolutely pure.

( ; get a pair or two in some, of the styles that's left. You know nhly .c Goes twice as far and gives dessertsthe

ftft we MARCH cannot 10th.MEYER fit you. in all styles. SALE CLOSES SATURDAY ftft{ "Blue, -Ribbon-- -Flavor.- Cahn & Co


ft ftft Invaluable for Rheumatism.

-i I have""been"sufferlBgfor"Ihe; past The Pure Food Store,
ftft few years with a severe''attack of
SHOE ftft
CO. rheumatism and found that Bal'ard's!
::ftft ftft Southwest Caner PiUfox and Intendencii
that gave me satisfaction and tended
ftft ftft Snow Linimentrwa-the- _
only thingto
102 S. Palafox St. Feet Furnishers For Fo ks2a222a2aa2 Phones I 176
alleviate my pains. March 24, 02. ) ABO
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John C.. Dagaaa-Kinsman,, Ills.,2 ,
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V r ord.Each such elector in the county ofMonroe



rr'r 'r i SOL .AHN & coIr L' i Criminal for Each Duval:one such shall candidate Jefferson Court elector have of and for Record.the in St.Judge right the Lucie countiesof to of shall vote the I I Miracles Seen !




i*Si' L have struction., Each for the such superintendent right elector to vote in for ths of one re public pec.tive'J candidate : in-_I '


9 justices' districts in the various
LI ties shall have 'tae right to coun-\\
Ir of'the peace and one
one justice
::;:, didate for constable, as indicated in' We Are Daily Showing

During ,the entire coming, week the manufacturers !t.. the Tat form herewith of offices! published, candidates In schedule fort

of the world-famous which are to be'chosen, at said primary,
y elections.
1, Notice of Candidacy. I II > MIRACLE HOLLOW BLOCKSto
i I Each person desiring to,, have his
Pet Cream name printed on the primary electon: i
Evaporated fe ballots as a candidate for any state)I
[I office shall file with the chairman of:
i. this committee on or before the 16th,!I II
. 1 I day of April, A. D. 1906 his notice of interested parties and booking
will
g give a practical demonstration of their very i I candidacy and application to hne his ,

I I name so printed; upon a blank to be:
. : superior product in : the said ctairman, and
. r our store. h4 ,, furnished accompanied by by an amount of money I ordersbot'h locally and forshipment.

. ; 1! equal to five per cent of the annual I
.. : This will be conducted by a competent lady demonstrator { compensatlon of the office for which

.) direct from the manufacturers who will i any he is such? a candidate candidate and shall no ba name grated: of Have You Seen Them ?
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r.., t. : upon or counted or returned if printeJ I i ::

rY,, take especial. pleasure in serving you Whipped i i upon any such ballot unless this provision
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r Cream and Peaches V provided that the assessments of members -' I
Whipped Cream and Coffee j
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of the legislature and'senators II; If not it will be worth your whileto
Whipped Cream and Chocolate Delicious Oyster these distr'cti.: constituting: one county I ,
\ siall be paid to their respective
,
c county committees. and the assess-' and how they j
I Stew and Ice Cream. ment of senators in districts constituting -' I visit our plant see L

tr more than cne county shall be
r. While down 4 paid in equal amounts to each such I!.. stronger
;{ town, drop in and test by taste county comm'ttee.: Said chairman I I olThey are cheaper,


4 these good things. Your presence will be appreciated >,' to shall each immediate'y newspaper thereafter published furnish in the I I Ii and better looking than brick and r

state, a list of all names which have
i and your palate delighted. i been so filed as candidates for such offices
. and shall certify to the chairman house cellar.
i I 1 of each county committee a list I will give you a dry or

:II 4r v i of all such candidates and each person -
*c j i i desiring to have his name pr.n'-
* 9! ed on such ballots as a candidate for foundation pillars of this mate-
t' y Li i'': any county office and members of the

tiii F: 1 ;Ot It' 1''i, legislature of the Democratic shall die with county the committee chairman: ria cost about half as much as

* i 4 1 i of his county, on or before the 26th:
,
* S OLCAHN & C : I !' day of April-A, D. 1906, a similar notice -
! : |I of candidacy and application to brick and are far superior. Our -

.. I !t 1 j t'have his name so printed accompanteiwith
i j a sum of money fixed by the
! : county committee net exceeding five architect is at your service without
| per cent. of the annual compensation

:a n.',(-t.'iC'7TL'CC r1J' i5nOFFICIAL. l'l2f- %- ,it.7rqrql. ;. 'c C'tfirq' .ll .t .t i. .tqi"' r(5(7&' .r tt-ix' 'I i of the office. tl F
Congressional Committees. j cost.
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-- The Democratic: congressional committees .
It: -
iii: in the state are hereby respectfully -
CALL FOR THE invited, to co-operate w'th
: the committee in the holding of said pri- ..
F FI mary elections! and the cha'rman of Paving With/ Blocks Solid or TarazzaWe
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1t STATE this committee shall upon the requestof ,
FLORIDA PRIMARIES the chairman of any congressional
committee cause to be pub'ished
and certified to the chairman of the of
I' invite careful inspection
county committees the names of all
State Democratic Executive Committee 'the first primary election and"at such
) Resolutions Adopted by I candidates for nomination for congress S
second primary election only such which be certified to him
may by any
eletors as were qualified! to vote at the work and guarantee our walks.
at the Meeting' Held in Jacksonville on first primary election shall be permitted such congressional'Form of committee.Ballots. I I our

February 24. to vote. The voting in said primary election! {
The Democratic committee! calling with on work.
shall be by ballot prepared and used Let figure you your
I said primary election in compliance in accordance with the provisions ot ,
I
Be it further Resolved That aj! hereby declares the terms and conditions the state election Jaw, and shall be
RULES AND.REGULATIONS FINAL- campaign committee, consisting of j, on which legal electors offeringto ; printed and, distributed under the direction -I
ADOPTED the chairman and secretary of th's j become candidates or to vote at of the Democratic county com-
0 AND
LY DECIDED UPON committee and fie others to be named such election shall' be regarded andy mittees of the several counties, and on
enJ. RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED: by the chairman shall prepare and( taken as proper members of the Dem-1 said ballots shall be printed the I \ Pensacola Cement Stone 00
fill the list of offices in the cal'', and; ocratic party, and therefore ent'Uedtto name of all candidates for state ani
, ,AND FORMS SUGGESTED-PUBLISHED also have published in schedule form;, participate and be candidates! bo-r: national offices arranged in alphabet. -
Ill _
such elections, as
I the list of all offices state and county fore and vote at ical order as fixed by the Campaign
01oj I FOR INFORMATION OF elective and appointive, candidates] follows: Committee and, next jn the order '

':&; VOTERS. for winch are to be chosen at said primary .1 Qualifications of Candidates. which maybe prescribed by the respective GUNTER ELMORE President.
G.
1&. I election, and shall prescribe all Those and only those persons shall county committees the namesof ,
necessary forms and blanks, rules be permitted to become candidates all candidates for each county office -
tr, and regulations and do and-cause to''I ;before or to vote or participate in the -all substantially in conformitywith 399. Factory Cor. Wright and 9th Ave. :
It. Jacksonville Times-Union re- be done all things necessary or advisable management of any primary election the ballots used in general elec- Telephone _
< 'n: \ published tire following call to be done, in connection with held by the Democratic party in Florida. -! tions. .- : : L -: '
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:'ir :riuery elections: such primary elections not inconsistent wio are white Democratic electors -! Canvass of Returns.
:Iii F'a:" t information Ot the demo- with said primary election laws. !, who declare their adherence to! The Democratic County Executive n __ -- -
<.:at. .'ctors of the state the resoiu-'' As to Proxies. the principles and organization: of the., ,I Committee of the var.'ous; co-unties as adopted: by the Florida State Democratic
on- (':nnraclng, the call for the prt- That no memberof : Democratic party National, State and: shall, at noon on the s'xth day after Committee, February 24, A D.
Provided however
mar e:, .uons to be held May 15 andJuu such committee: shall appoint as a I county-who are by the laws of the ,:such primary::: or sooner if all the returns !I 1906. W 4J
1., adopted at the meeting ofti not a bona fide resident state lawful electors of the district: inji) I are in, meet at the County CourtHouse I DUNCAN U. FLETCHER, W w
H-I.: 'c.ratic State Executive Com- proxy of any the person county whic'q the member which they offer to votei.lio have, and publicly! canvass the returns !I Chairman Florida State DemocraticCommittee Is Your Kitchen Plumbing Modern? \yf '4
Bma'urda, February :4. are shall paid their poll taxes legally due not, and decide\ what candidates: 4f 6/ RP y -
represent
appointment : i hPr
pUt m herewith in full making the the state committee, unless, less than ten days before such primary ', have been nominated by majority ,"otei I H. L, DODD, Secretary. While it ia commendable to give the utmost k 4 4
on
i r solutions, as originally adopt- election is held, and who shall''' for each county office and fa what: bathroom f '
member is of ,
such campaign committee a attention to construction your 1 1it
(-oIL 'J*<*, the date for holding the se.c- committee.! when challenged by any elec cr pledge,, cases a second primary: will have to II Committee. { -
the
on., ;'.-r'e: iras June 19, but as the member at large of I in writing upon oath! before an inspec-i' be held, and toe chairman:: and secretary Campaign appointedby is advisable to give as equally good attention to the sanitary rf
f" P mary election law provides: Call for Priary Elections tor his honor to abide by and ,support; ,'i of said committees: within: two, The Campaign Committee of kitchen. ,
., t -cond primary must be The Deocratic State Committee of the result of such pr mary and vote;! days thereafter shall certify to the 1 and ,under said Uesolufon: are as f equipment your

fc' Ni i 'i 1:11: four weeks after the first the state of Florida hereby call and for the nominees thereof. I'I'I i' chairman of the State Executive Committee i follows: L. Dodd, S. Tale into considcradon the fact that all your food is prepared in
r' ir\ I.-('tion. the date had to be provide for the holding of a Democratic Office to B* Filled I and lo the members of the I). U. Fletcher Herbert which it is
I John M that the utensils in prepared depend
1 Cockrell, Jr.. the kitchen and upon
wil! to be held! : : Phillips, A.W.: 1
19 election n.
after the date with tie laws of Florida elections shall: ,:, Bryan, C. E. Davis and A. C. the sanitary
K" '\at' y fire weeks compliance vote in said primary counties and: to the Dis I' election of I ,
) c 'lit. ti" -i primary. As the action of said primary; election to be so held in have the right to vote for one! candidate trict SeIa'oral! Comm'ttee" where I Jr., and organized by the and IL L. I I, _fi equipment of
chairman IIi
on m.nee in fixing a date that each county of the state ot Florida at for representative in consresa.. such exist the result of said primary O. U. Fletcher: ,
... -l >..t\o been contrary to law was the legal polling place in each election I I Two candidates for juat'ce of Supreme'Court election in their respective counties,, Dodd, as secretary. i i: the kitchen
,+i" '!\ uuintentional, the date for district during the hours fixed bylaw for term of six years;, two caa-! showing the result of each precinct,. Resolutions Adopted. i! for theircleanliness.
s -imp he second primary has been for the holding of elections en didates for railroad cl.m isioner3.1: !' and shall also certify to the cha rman| The State Democratic Campaign I: + I ,
! :mgfd m the resolution, and this!' Tuesday the 15th day of May, A. D. the number of candidates: for members!; of the congressional committees sucj.Comm'ttee met In Jacksonville. i'o'eb- i
)r 'ii.... !m no wise affects the legal 1906, for the nomination of all Democratic of the house of representatives: to! result as to the candidates for mem I teary 24tj. 1906. and adopted resolu- I Is this fact
to" ",f the first primary. The candidates for' office, state and which his county is entitled by law!}' bers of congress,and from the consolidated !1 tons: as follows: 1 1j alone not sufI .
rams, e will have to meet again! county to be voted for by the Democratic one carididale for county assessor of return from the various counties .t j Resolved, That In the opinion of +k .
fI' "r ,', after the first primary to can-1 electors! at the. general electionto taxes' ,'one cand'date for tax collector! .the State Executive Commute>'j:I this Committee the matter of the term I i I ficient to warrant _;
'a-* i :u- returns and at that time if I be held on November 6, 190 and one candidate for county treasurer? shall.'at 10 oVock on the 25th day\'of present county executive commit- 1 r the in-
a ,'and }primary is necessary thet to be appointed by the Democratic five candidates for county commissioners of 'lay, 1906, meet in the City of: tees of the several counties of the t< of
EtaUation
''an uc: officially adopted by the governor of the state between the three cani'dates: for members Jacksonville, and decide and dec'arewhat 'state' if left entirely with the Democratic a
d-:;?':.I"ep! II date of the holding of said primary of the board of public: inatiu,tion, one candidates have been nominated 'J I' county committee. tbnrcnghlysanitup
solutions adopted by theFt election and the time for holding the candidate for supervisor of reglstra for e ate offices by majority vote''j Resolved! That the copy for the kitchen
.. committee are as follows: primary election in A. D. 190S. tion of" electors. and ;In what cases if* any, a second 1 Offlc'ai Call for Democratic Primary :
11 Second Primary; I Each such elector In each! even numbered -' primary la necessary." : The decisionsas !i Elections. to be held May 15th. 1906. sink t _
Resolutions Adopted. t
attached Provided That a second primary senatorial district shall have to canvass ant rulings: of the County '! with the schedule of offices to be 11 led t We would \
R :' Resolved That the under the provisions; the right to vote for on? caad.date for Committee shall ie final as to coutf::' and the Pnasry; Election Law and .
where necessary 1
tf- a Democratic State primary is: shall be held un Tuesday state senate.Each ty candidates Including members ol!c the. Resolutions of this Commutes\ t-.Jt like to exam- ;
said laws
elec-" of
made. the first primary \i .A.. I). 1906, such elector in the Flfb S x- the legislature, before such primary. 1 shall be printed in convenient form;,; .
of June. tell the ; ,
defective
t the 15th day j the 12th day: that' in kitchen and if i it is you
'i i "I. held Tuesday I and ine the
distribution plumbing your
Jud cial Circu! ta shall of
between the h'ghest candidates th and'D ghth Upon the final canvass the vote! for general l
1 ";, A D 1906 and the second'to choose havethe right vote for candidate said if it shall! of the same0be furnished to "JSteBduxT Porcelain Enameled Sink with an ,
where nominations( .shall not to one I I I cat.: 'in the : primary copes !\1 cost of putting in a,
l't.jection to be held Tuesday| for states attorney for .hls.JuJ\ error or fraud more 1\\ member of the State Committee (done
djof A. D. 1906. have been made toy majority vote in appear' that: by each andCountyComwittees.and abundant supply of hot and cold running water. This ,
June Congressional
l -.i.ni-. Circuit [! votes have! been cast In any county:: r anJcf the various I
r Certain County Candi! ::ates. i:lor I precinct for any !state office than to 0 each newspaper ; cleanliness will be assured.
no" I Each such el, ttcr :n the cou'nttAs'10f coylj: leg tin.aaly tie> cast In such in the state. shows several:
Is to love children, and home Dade and St. Lucie sha: 1 have the .county or precinct he State Execu- Resowed., That the following are Our booklet: "Modan Home Plumbing, tr

Woman's can be completely happy ,without to vote for one candlitatr: i tlve' Committee shall have power to' adopted as the blanks to be used byj I kitchens equipped with "StaodHsT Sinks. Call write or phone tt
' clerk of the Circuit! Court. ( correct-the returns from said county( a'} candidates for state offices in fi.-: Sink is fully guaranteed. i
StttKtmT
1d ordeal through Every
: them, yet the I Each such e' ::ctor n the! 'ccuitieiof ( or.lpreclnct as to such office, so as to ing with the Chairman of the tate, for a copy.
LS which the expectant mother HiIsborough: and Vous: a shall!J have justly..declare= the result of said eleitoa. ?- Committee their appl'cations to have!,

:"e is full of suffering, the right to vote for one candidate I ., ,t their.names printed as candidates for; WICKE & CO.
must pass usually so for clerk of the Criminal Court'of Rec Watchers a-e Allowed. I such offices, oa the Official Ballots to;, r
danger and fear that she lookS forwardto ord. Each candidate for office being vot- be used at the Primary: Electionsr;
Nature& critical hour with apprehension Eaci such elector: in the counties\ { pfDeSoto. I eJ for hall have the right to pace! Resolved, Taat.we recommend ;
the Lafayette: Monroe and 3t. .one watcher and challenger in tae that the Goun'"' Committees retire Ns -:-:-
and dread. Mother's Friend, by its pene-. Lucie shall have th. right: to trite for.. ; poring places at each precinct in I Ii the use of the following forms for: fi
nervousness, and one candidate for cQu -r Judge. [ every county which said watcher and I|I candidates for Sate; Senators ana; --- --
traT1ngand soothing properties, allays nausea the Each ,such elector In the coasi'e jI i challenger shall be entitled: to be present II members of tAe House of Represent! ... -- ----- ---- -
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for I
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all) unpleasant feelings, ,and so prepares the system of Jefferson Lafayette Levy. SL> L'uCia' during the entire fine the polls' tat'.ves.; WINDOW GLASS
). 0fat-tl that she through I and Ytfnsla! shall have tie riijiU! to!!-areopen, to challenge? voters and Blank for State Officers? Other Than SHINGLES SASH DOORS
passes I vote for one candidate for conatytari''ajso to witness he counting of the I II Members cf the Le ilature.| j I. BUILDING MATERIAL.
tht event safely and with but Mothers vejor.i I i vote and certifying of the result ater1 I HenoraWe.Duncan U. ,Fletcher .

v t Nuffering, as numbers have I i Each such eteetcr\; !fa te .co :?tl..;s; :!lib te s,po'ls, mutes are close and i.other The ballots records>> poll of1iit i To. ChairmanFlorida the State Democrat Fla. Phone U. H. G. DeSILVAS.. lYif

test,Ued and said, "it is worth Ii i jof I DeSo'o Du Hi.1, Fan'a: 4 .3*' > elec'Ion hall be preserved by tae, lc Commit e!. JaA-onTiLcfc hereby file with you
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"* weight in gold." $1.00 per :, Lucie shall have the ri''.hl tj vole.fij ','duty Executive Committee after!S thiTmy Sir'notice;--- of candidacy and apUllcafoa -,; __ __ ,n _ ,-' -r
kettle containing j one candidate; for flhcr ff. I' the primary: bas been held. have my name printed on,
Book
of to :
'tcuuJ.ble information druggists. mailed free. frcnd!;< I a Each such elector In the coaattes:i, I hereby certify that the above is a I' the primary, eedion!, ballots to J e| Subscribe for The Journal I
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of the resoimJ
|of Daval and Monroe shad hate laI Ii jtrue and correct 'copy t. P3gh Fourteen/
TNf BRMWpD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga. i I right to "vote for cn&caadlaate for so( toaa! ; aaacall for primary: elections (Continued on

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h : :. .: v. .k+ .k. .v .v. resident of Tampa where everyone: not know what fit Augustine is.goins I:] 9 A. M.
0 I who knew him then is his friend to-, tdo about this effort to wrest'the '
u cia). Xo man I* better qualified by'i( laurels from its old 'and wrinkle J :
| Said of Pensacola !t ability breadth and the }}:bessioj of;[ brow, but we t'o know that Tampa 1 1i Is : j
$ *I. common: sense to make the state .i :( nol at all concerned about her age. Extraordinary
: most admirable executive, and if he| but is deeply concerned and putting ;
4 and j
? Pcnsacolians I Ii jis prevailed upon to become a randi- ; forth every effort'to becom the larg j! phenomenal va1ue-triv-
e{ ate there are few .if 'an- who will!! : est city in the South. And she 1 Is
Eji .:1 :. +.v. : : : :!appeal 1 more strongly to the people'oi"going to do it unless, ram" of in*' | but our friends rejoice,
I roll more votes.-Tampa Times. others hustle more than they have : ] re for. Our first order alone

Hell. I (been.-Tampa Herald. )| to $GiOOO.f ; The whole sale
.3 Civing'em r, majors Pensacola ever had. ,, Pensacola Fish Sausage.. is
A Kev. Mr. Speiscl, an evangelist -I Jf Mr. Jones becomes
a candidatefor i
Fish sausage will soon bi a Pen sa.I Get It Right. values actually can not be pro-
is giving Pensaoola Hell that' Congressional honors as it is 1 cola product, as a plant uiH.soon( be j S. A. Jennings of Pensacola is men the
being the subject of his lecture.-Ge-1 now more than probable, Mr. Lamar's1reelection 1 installed for such manufacture in that j I Honed as a candidate for Governor : money. Designs, new,
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neva (Ala.) Iteaper may turn out to be one of;i city. The process Is a secret, but the|He is possessed! of the necessary ] ,
From the preachers ,view of hell it'I the things sought for but which i IgnomIniously -( promoters claim that the food will 1;qualifications being a bg!: naval stores |
t n was a sorry gift-after enjovm'1 { fail to mater ializc-Ta-! j Il.e I a delicacy and will rapidly : find 1 operator.-Gainesville; Sun. to 1% inches Wide, from 6
their kind hospitality for weeks and lahas.EO t True,Democrat. rublic fator.-Chipl>y Banner. "T. A." neighbor! if you please. Be 5C per yard
receiving big puffs in the dailies, then sure you put it right; we don't want !
to give 'em hell! What do you think Necessary Qualifications.T. Not Much in the Name. him counted out on account of the 2 yards for 6c. to 5c per yard
F of that Brer Johnson! Don't you I A. Jennings of Pensacola is being Hon T. A. Jennings. of Pensaoolais name being printed wrong. "T. A."-- : match assorted spots, grape leaf I'
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t think more heaven, of the true:;; mentioned as a candidate for Governor mentioned as a probable candidatefor :Milton 1 Index.: tOe per yard ,
heavenly kind would have been more He is : J
jxissessed of the Governor.
necessary He may be a real!) .
t profitable?-Westv ille Advertiser qualifications!! I IA Man Prominent. to match from 2 yards i
being a big naval KOOa';! man, but there's not much 1 In Once
stores operator.-Gainesville Sun. that name to charm the voters of I The death: of tpamrs M. Tarble In .. 5c per yard :
t Is Not Related.Mr. 1"'orida-Iu\'E"rness Crhonicle. I Pensacola. removes a man who wa* ; : for tOe i,
#( T. A Jennings a prominent Proud of Mallory. once very prominent .in that city anJ '!
t naval stores; operator of Pensacola Floridians generally are proud of The "Jim Crow Law." 'In the state as a republican politiciad n. 3.rd. 5c and lOe I
{ and an exceedingly popular citizen, the rtccrd Senator Mallory is making Th3 Supreme Court having declarethe -Jackonville.fetropolis.. : Insertions, extra wide widths, ,
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f la being strongly urged to become a tt this session: of congress. Ha ha-; Jacksonville and Pensacola "Jim *
,, candidate for the governorship. It is proven a diligent friend to the best: Crow" street car,laws sound and valid A Little Hard on 'em. ;! 5C and IOC
i needless to remark that he is neither interests of the st"ite, and that his efforts the cullud" brethren in thoscities e Pensacola parties are jumping' on |t two yards 5e
it { related to or at all resembles the person are appreciated is putting it will have to confine th?mselvcs i!I their opera house management for one .
: yard. 5C I I
t I of that name who once figurea' as mildly.-Palatka Times-li-rald. to the rear seats or-walk. An appeal Charging( /!: a dollar and a-half to see a [ !
Florida's governor.-st- Augustine I' will be taken;: to the: u. S. Supreme four-bit show. Well it is a little I : rose design, medium and extra :'
TCecord. Farmers Not In It. Court.-Madison New Enter tough on a fellow when he hasn't got : '! tOe ,
t : The I ensacola Journal intimates: prise. I the price. j'
r The Latest B om. that candidates for governor will r s. *
The T. A. Jennings gubernatorial claim to be farmers when the/ get on' Sign /Prosperity./ ., Pull for Themselves.The ;:
j boom is the latest to bo! launched upoiJ t the st 11111 II. \e fail to see the logic'I I Pensacola' I is dealing In real: .estate employees of the Pensaoola] Magazine.'a I! 3 P. M.
;, I. i the Florida political waHrs.-l'a- of The Journal's suggestion Florida I at a lively rate a more sign' of pros Custom Hours will do Ihe!r own pull !I
latka Times-tieraid. has never had a farmer for governor, perity.-Tallahassee, Capital. ing in the future. The service of the
r t and farmer Mays didn't! know he was elevator man haves been dispensed 'i i Special Sale. I :
t Moreno Jones for Congress. In the raa Farmers in Florida will Where the Trouble Is. v.ith.-Apalachicola Times. i
We have it from what seems a most r.ot vote for There should ; ; !
It : I one ortheir "brethren in be an emergency hospital : I
j reliable source that lion. C. Moreno toil" for a high political position. Bet: ward and a modern operating( I Gives Health Vigor and Tone., : values. They) will add a finishln;= ;
t Jones of Pen acola. will be a C1ndi fret be cap'n on a boat, than a rJrmer.lnH'rness room fitted with every necessity for Heroine Is a boon for sufferers from' : dining room. \Ve can seldom; affor I
date: for Congress from this Congres-j- Chroncicle. caring for the Injured says The Pen J I anaemia. B)' its fire the' _blood 1 IE i ]
ional district. I IMr sacola Uournal speaking of the plans. quickly regenerated andi",the color f I
Jones has an enviable reputation for the becornes : gilt frames and chosen fruit fish '
wryi Another Jennings for Governor.A new jail of that city "and an normaL 4 The droop?
throughout West Florida, esf very interesting rumor comes appropriation should be ma'3'e annually -I strength Is retiredThe;. languor is t -regular $1.50 pictures... .25t I
pecrally in,Pensacola where his talent'and down from the western! part of the I to maintain such hospital in a, first- dimin'sbed.: Health,, vigor and ton
ability in the practice of law are;' state of the effect that T. A. vjennings class manner." The trouble is ri predominates.. New; life> and happy
known to be the highest order. He r presented Escambla county in the'his friends to become a candidate for I to secure the annual appropriation < Ill., writes I have 9 A. M.
Legislature in 1901 and in so don! ?] the nomination for governor at th !I necessary for its emergency hoe -' been troubled with liver complaint i
he won the esteem and confidence off next primaries. The matter does not pital.-Jacksomill? Tiraej-Union.! I and poor blood and have found noth-
all. He ran for major of Pensacola, seem to have been discussed by the :ng to beneflt me like Herbine I Cake Boxes
the same year. on the "Good Govern-1 press to any extent but it is nothingmore Pensacola is Nearest. hope never to blO' without it. I have
nienr"patti! and was elected ap-j than fair to give notice to ail Charleston claims to hp nearer the I wished that I hall known of it in ray } boxes come in large, medium
paretrtly without effort on his part I aspirants that if T. A. Jennings gets Panama canal than either Galvestouor husband's life (time." 50c. So'd' b) ; which
n for h.e did not make a single speech'during I' into the field! he ,will be a <. the oanipargn. His fearless, npf -I date who must be reckoned to 'become j 1 cur own Deep Water Cit>-Pensaco'a! 'I are unequaled.
f-is nearer: than of ____ '
tight discharge of his official duties) a (candidate. any them.-Chi?' -- -
{ luado him considered one of the best! Mr. Jt'nnings"a;; for a long time al ley Banner. i i I" :,fN j '.each, 25C
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ftl 1N1N1N1N11..11/111NN1N.N11111.11100111NIN11r I Pensacola is to have a naval l stores
: rompany capitalized at half a mil 3 P. M.
I : lion. Jacksonville had best be looking v
I MARION CURRY & CO. to her laurels.-Palalka 'Times-Her 1

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16, 18, 20 MANRESA STREET, :, The Hon.Inducements.T. A. Jennings of Pensacola, i ; Kress umbrellas these dais'; '

i 1 is mentioned as a probable candidatefor : tt price is lowered---all: the way from
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. :' governor and a number of compliments : ) -_4 c.-bottom price I

i i : I have been offered as "an la- handlesonly................. ....25C
t -- WHOLESALEDHay dcceoment.-AIalachkola Times i ,
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Pensacola has a flourishing.,"Tour 9 A. M.

t i Grain and: Feed Stuffs il ili ''ship litt.of Club old,"and with new a'members large member, whicli. ) f't'

(I has been in existence for' .vera 1 I 1 .
:1 I jears. Its purpose l Is to promote aa c
i Only Exclusive Dealers in West Florida. Any Quantity. '
i nuaintance and good:: fellowship! Brussels and axministcr carp"* *''*

K 1 Experienced Grader. Prices Right. Grades Perfect. : among the winter victors, and forma avy card. 9inch high, Cannot' 0.
late plans for entertainment'
and
1 : Trial Order Solicited. Write for Prices. : I recreation. The citizens take great I 73c. This sale.. .. .. .2'jr:
t Telephone 208. P. O. Box 661. : I interest In the organization attec-J> Whist or Euchre
4 Its meetings and assist in pnu'noUng
:NN1N101N1010N11N1.11NN1.1N 1 a1.11NNN 1N1rr,1 its objects. Why should not such an Prizes -
organization be a success In ''every 3 P. M.
y -- "rebort" town in the state-St. Augustine -
Record. Even the 'booby"prizes Costing
a ';
k I Timber is High. twenty-five cents or less can be foundin Coffee Pots.
A letter from Pensacola 'says thai our shop in variety. -
the timber market there is now higher great .r ly decorated In a number) of fane:

than' it has ever been In the historyrf The! :more costly ,things} for the : usually sold at three times the pfl"* "'"
the
l thirty feet port.,now Sawn averages timber: at of 27 thirty and 1 principal l prizes are abundant and ..... .... .... .. .. .. .. .. .25c

28 cents per foot while shorter averages choice-and suitable for both sexes.
1 I are desirable for 23 and 24 cents
I'm' per foot. higher than what is was' sold q J A fashion note says practicalthings : of Wednesday
for
.fir.I at the same period last year.
Jacksonville Metropolis. have the call-weare supplied; Friday and
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I (Jl nn'Il ) Adequate Punishment. with practical or novel, many items

A Pens aeolian who had assaulted combining both features most

ll li Sl his wife was turned over to his cleverly. .*< ,*, 1 '
mother-m-aw] as a punishment for ""*N 4 1
the offense committed. It.Is probable February dearance Pn'txs Prevolt WINDOWs.n
that the riot call was not sent in from ,
the home.-ApaJachicola Times. even to the.smallest bits of b c-a- ;'
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brat !
The Oldest City.
Pensacola now declares that It an i
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l older! city than St. Augustine. The Your
.1 Pensacola People declare they have J and WOOD

B3fOver 15,000,000 Sold in West Florida in 1905. discovered 'well authenticated records I I
which show, Pei>sacola was settled l 107 SOUTH FAUAFOXPENSACOLA sttarafi : the
Frank four before there Is i i Fuel Company.
Eeilly, Agent, Pensacola Florida years a retoni of'
St. Augustine being fettled. :W* do I 'Fwn' 259.
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DR. W. A. CKOFFUT.

Paris France.

A" wt the time this reaches your read. fit
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P-- ton will chronicle the arrival. In New

'"rl:, from toe coast of France, of the.re
(main* of the greatest' sailor and pluckiest
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:tighter; ever pro- "
durrd, England/ called John Pan! Jones .
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a pirate": ; la those days she called

rV'Tvnody a pirate who succeeded In

:nlan; a Brlti&h frigate In a fair battle. .
But the t'ru.robber and buccaneer William 2d4:1L: :

KidJ she honored and made a captain : ; :: .i ; :
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In her merchant marine
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last week I called at the American : : '

nha; sy and our new ambassador. Mr. I ,
Me4'ormekwho had granted me facilities
for vls'tlng: tbe educational Institutionsof
Paris now gave me a pass to the !: f
Amf-tcan Chapel on the Avenue de 1 Alma
where. lay In state the remains of the
r.rst American admiral. John Paul Jones.

'i'-y!' were In a leaden coffin eneloseJ ;
\,/ .n .. wooden casket, ready for the
transfer to the hold of Slgsbee's battle-

snii, the cruiser Brooklyn. It was feared. ii '
:tad even believed that the Admiral would 4 w t ,
not arrive In time for the display by the
French ships in the barter of Cherbourg
on July! 4. All roars( were removed by
his prompt arrival on the 30th. All
Trench shipping; displayed the American (
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flag The American naval escort of 535

was escorted by a company of French )
coasseurs, and Gen. Horace Porter late )
Ambassador made a brief address on turning !
over the precious remains to Secretary'
I." .. its. The casket was born to an ar- I
tiiierv caisson by American marines and

.ipposltl In front of Napoleon's stately .1' .
tomb, under the great dome of the Inva- L .0- _
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,Ue where It lay In state while an en- r
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tlrr French troops passed ....
rerfen. A train left Paris on July 7. .f' !
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ciianird IK a French and American escort
to tht American squadron at Cherbourg.;

Thl battle' fleet now bearing; the lllostrlou '
remains" of the Scotcb-Frencb-Amerl- 1HEl'fAVE OF THE CHUECHnFi"

cal sea warrior to the land of his adoption THE.,1'1 DELEIIYE :
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and choice consists of the armored -

rouser, Brooklyn, formerly Admiral: exactly fit the channel These curious gig. It carries three passengers, or four
Sctiiey'i flagship at the battle of Santiago: boat dredges propelled downward by the lu a squeeze. It runs on rnbltor tires aud !
'I i ,,1the protected cruisers Chattanooga: : force of the stream, scrape clean tbe easy springs, with !leather cushions. Its
fn'-oma and Calveston.t bottom and sides of the great sewer ns thief merit Is cheapness.) Up by the bide
'herbourg the Brooklyn fired a na- they advance. Visitors enter these sewers of the driver and facing the passengersIs :
'inimi! saute. to the Republic of France of and mate the Journey on these boats. The n little clock face on which a moving
'-'! etna and the arsenal returned the sewage Is utilized as fertilizer CO miles! finger registers the fare. It does not t..11
"..."lOllm.."'. A catafalque was erected on below Paris; where the value of the the distance traveled but It tells/ tbe
', !ant side of the gun deck Immedlate"rward land has been increased lI efoIJ. exact amount due to tbe driver every liter
of Admiral Slgsbee's cabin. In The effort to keep Paris clean Is facilitated of the trayThe ride costs about 20 oeuts
j, :' e folds of mourning! curtains were by the fact that most of the pavements (American) a mile, or $1 tor five tulles f
irmied, an.l festooned and the canopy was are of wood. The Belgian granite that Is 10'Ct'uts a mile each for two pas
4* rated with French and Russian en- blocks are used here and there and as- sengers. It prevents all quarreling and :
'1 tats end an American Jack representing phalt on some of the narrower streets. disputes. It speaks a language which jI
'' thr.-e countries wliose commissionsA but cedar blocks set on end seem to everybody understands. It leaves no

-nit. ii John Paul Jones bravely exe- be the favorite roadway. They are boiled temptation for the cabby to go too fast
1"ll'tl Around< the distinguished cataUP In tar and laid carefully close together or slow. In short. It Is a universal blenn-

'> the American flag! was In abundant on au elght-luch foundation of leg and ought; to be adopted (tn principle: )
t> '''tenee, (cement and they seem to have all-endur In every city of my native land.
ing qualities besides the merit of reducing -
A Clean Clfy.Krttn the racket of street traffic. Tbe The Ctablialiments Daral.

factions tonrlst has railed Paris last consideration I Is very Important for Paris Is a city of restaurants. Amongthe

"'hl' Washington of France," but the the two-story omnibuses of this city are cheapest and best are the CtablU-

'""> !Is not a rery good one. In a single: drawn by three horses abreast while and loads are merits Duval. of which there are n hun '
the heaviest In the world,
'art+-star. Indeed Washington tad tlu through the dred. In each an excellent meal 1 may
i't 1" '>Iol'cor/ all the other capitals of Incredibly huge are drawn be had: at the lowest prices at which food 1
lh octroi from the-rund districts: be served loss.
world Other capitals grew; Wa hisft. can without A dinner
n win manufactured. Washington A City Bathed In Plnli Perfumery. here costs about half what It dos at
+i".wly and symmetrically developed other cafes and 1 U Just as good. Everything

u' "s predestined lines; other capitals London, too, makes a desperate effort Is nt'nt. clean aud eten inviting;
,. all the the door U clean; the- table Is clean
-"it *"rt- 'orn to pieces again and again In n streets you shall see men flushing the always freshly covered; the dishes are
fr.'nrt!"- clean and the walti:ig maids are as { t
effort to attain something of rpgu.II1h pavement with a movable! Iron pipe, from y
neat as a pin In plain black! tro'b.'ith
md order. Paris. London and New which Issues a great stream of pink
broad turndownwhite
y.k a collar at the
each of them baa black
a square and satisfying your
'if water.: Investigating throat: a white apron, white sleevelets!
misery and depravity curiosity you ascertain that the city of drawn over tbe baud to tLe elbow hurl}
"withstanding this Paris Is the clean-
London from Hyde Park to Whitechapel. fastened there with a blue ribbon; a
' J the world. Tbe supply of r
Is enormous. At 6 o'clock every Is being saturated: with a tinted disinfectant dainty cap of white mull atop of hair I w.

"ruing thousands of stopcocks are turn- and antiseptic. Inquiring: still brushed primly back and-what Is bills _
eM, ", at all the corners of the streets. further you find that, It Js the harmless dangling; by a black ribbon/ over the
.W sea of fresh water floods s the en- permanganate of potash, whose cleansing: apron! Sure enough! : That omnipresent
''I'' qualities are so remarkable.: It Is used companion of every waiter In Parls--n
"tpanse of 30 square miles. Ton rise
forth pleasantodor corkscrew As you enter the door
w 'v without stint and gives a a wan
and look
out of the window. A
"! and are astonished to realize bands you a .bili-of-farr to be tilled cubby .
n of water you
that a lire hose would not
world U the demure maiden who
city In tbe serves yon
; -> Is bubbling through the pavt-ment' that the greatest :
i merrily sparkling down to lower having Its dirty face washed every morning And by you banded 10 the cashier,, when(
;/..1. An of with pink perfumeryThe you pay as yen leave. Here are some of I
army men with brooms
still
test' the public buildings are treated the prices put In English and you may
entire
street and vast sewers have one thing or more
""bit luxuriously. Early every morning as yon please?
the more
I "P flow and burry It away. a bath of Napkin_........ le. Coffee with milk 4c.
Wr: "vast" sewers, but tbe adjective all public buildings are given Itrt-dd........... .!c. Supar........,, Ic.
M Tvs no adequate Idea of the sewer carbolic acid. Hotter.......... :::1'. Wine iplnt).....10r
' lt It Js larger than that fleef.
( Paris and It not only Roast ... 6c. Jk-etsu.ali..Jc.
London: more stupendous than tbe both In London and Fish............loc. Veal C'.1t1et..lllC. :
I Chet: ewers cf Rome that fed tbe contributes to cleanliness and to .noiseless Ice for water).. ic. Ice-cream..I5c.. ;
Ck" a travel. but Is'a great boon to horse fleso. Coffee with J
i* axlaiaThe contents are con- brandy....... gc. ;
11t"d. to the lower Seine by a long The Latest.Vebiele.. It ls ea.y to see that: a customer ran / ;
and this receives the Cow from .
te' '! mention scarcely spend a dollar at a sitting fig'
0ram'M or Parisian sewers. Tbe main 1 must not forget to heotro for ; ;
cept .
expensivevines. They
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Carries off 310.000 cable feet of Innovation which Paris reenl :; >
w raider no English
'In allarfon' Is whatever and this Is some
I-7' R0 3T u ta 10 feet high and -tluced In transportation times :
wi -This U a pretty Ittla embarrassing. One of our ladle !
to cleaned by four to the taximeter.:
"wti, "lilt touch heavier than a doctor* wanted some frog legs because we wen
I t down Into place. buggy not

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swimming
p rNpons *'Siy.: lot ma introduce'you I behooved Parrus," drawled Raffles at
imminent It
to play lengra
me a
with the ones'were Bending old TbeolnM: tt
AMATEUR i liquid: gold of Steinberg. 1568, j in Mr ErIartin 1ruy couldn't you tell me what yon
THE I pf Fh'rn.wgo\ J brotherlj" *part I therefore rose to the "but should we know you d hold up errand
fool's
but of the rare del'ghta! of that supper Mr Martin were going to do 1 retorted as of Southampton on a yesterday :
is i future
i: I can: scarcely trust myselfT; write'i I my brother occasion, calculated! she would! like a your end of the string and mail us the yore afternoon and showing one
: ,law. Ths! is )Ir. Robinson. Ezra, manaver : diamond star bnt reckoned it same articles wc'n selected .tonight*
I It was no mere meal; it was no coarse (L1161a< 1 "Becaas4.Four dear-old nhiz Is still own nose down Jlegent street In bread:
r.t i orgy, hut a little feast for the fastidious .: of Sparks t Co.,the cellerbrated was., more than '1 .qpmft; afford, andsustimed The visitor: stiffened' In his chair. worth its weight. In innocence, and'be- da-lirtJt'while:: be was gone. but Rem'
Joolers on Regent !tre,t\, vieiou kick: under the The nannfof his firm should l>e suffi-1 1 .
a 1 worth for and H'
CRACKSMAN gods; not unworthy of Lucullns at cause you'net't r could act for nuts. things are paying
his worst. And I, who hid bolted( my I pricked} up my t'aMl. but contentedtivPlf table for either verb I was afraidto dent guarantee for that. You lucked as puzzled as the other lain risks one' must always takexi
I : with a nod. I altogether di?. "I I'm no l better acquaInted'
skilly at Wormwood Pcrubhs and open my month on finally obtainingthe guess poor devil but you wouldn't if you boxes aren't they I only wished ties
I : trusted my ability to live up to, my i-tar for the round hundred And with their name than they are with ,
but
{ tightened my belt In a Holloway attic, bad known what my game really 'was." contained a better cigarette, a wtpnons
(Continued from Page Nine) : it was who sat down to this ineffable ': new name and n !dre s.i then the fat fell in the fire, for pay min remarked Italics: laughing. "And pray what was Itrhrt. ?'* brand wa essential.! \ box of
e NP3stThpre! the courses were few, "I figured!" on Mlle; Martin. beln right we could not, though a remittance "See here, tLou li* I got a scheme. ": ." said Raffles, and be smacked Knllivans would have brought me f*
; here, too continued Raffl s, but I re- 'said Raffles) was "overdue from Noo You pack "em in this*"*
I but each a triumph of its kind, it the cigarette box down upon the mantelpiece life tomorrow.
advertisements and absolutely the would be invidious to single out any Bret to say she's not feelin *o poo.1 York." He turned the cigarettes; out of the It was not tied; it 'was not "Rut they oughtn't to open it tomerow.
' } worst bit of taste in town, though it's one dish, but the Jambon de Vest We light out for Fnrrus on* the 9 a. m. "Rut I don't know you gentlemen," tin box while the jeweler and I joined sealed It few open from the force ."

1 Baying something, in that equestrian phalie au champagne tempts me sorely I train toniorrer mornln.. and she the jeweler exclaimed -I haven't even. 'wondering: eyes.'Pack'em of the impact and the diamond ring "Xor will they, as a matter of far
j i I statue with the gilt stirrups and fix. ue--ed shed be too d?ad. Sorry toe the of hotel:I1'. in the-," repeated Raffles, that call spa
And then the champagne that w mme your ('Ostoj! the neiklet for !:Jrt) and Meanwhile Bunny, I tniv
'5 ings. Why don they black the buf.ter's (drank not the quantity, but the qui! disappoint:; '11 yeti Mr Robinson, but" "1 told you we was stoppin with "the three things! no want and never my flaming star at another flOft. all yon to dispose of the boodle
{ ,. boots and his horses ho fs while tyl Well it was Pol Roger, !S. Riffles held his nnder'tbE' t
they are about it* More bicyclists( of I was quite good enough for me, but electric right hand angry; though thwarted and crushed. cotton wooL Then we'll ring for string; cotton wool! My voice ring; tree. I wear, "it It
course. That was just beginning;!'; ifyou even so It was not more dry nor did i It lashed light, and diamond ring "But that right sir Oh that's dead and se iio' was seal: up the lot right Duplitite- boxes:" I cried."Duplicate .. was the way of Raffles to tike}: tl" pdt"lre *
i' : remember It might pare been sparkle more than the merry rascal lure upon Us little flnsjer. I could right, and I'm the last man to ask'to here, and you can tike: "cm away in I boles: : my brainy Bunny. of as many senses as po ccthh
sworn It was not there fire mln-
f i useful to us. And there s the old club who had dragged me thus far to the flies before take quixotic risks. rIll trym to fig your grip.Yithiu three days we'll One was already packed! and weightedand I felt the cold steel of his eye throw>
t getting put into a crate for the jubilee. deviL.but should lead me dancing the ure a way out. Yes, sir, that's what have our remittance and mall! you the In my pocket I don't know mine and through my brain but that
By Jove Bunny, we ought to be there rest of the way. I 'was beginning to The tradesman had a disappointed I'm tryln' to do." t .. I money, and 1'0:111 mail us this darned !'r whether you noticed me weighing'the he saw seemed to satisfy him E!> !II'!:"
aj I wouldn't lean forward in Piccadilly, tell him so. I had: done my honesbest t face, but tot raon{'nt brightened "I wish you could, sir," the jeweler. box with my seal unbroken! IJ's: no f i three things; together in my hand. I than what he beard for his hand Conan
ri i old chap. If you're seen; I'm thought since my reappearance in the as he expatiated: on the value of that said, with,, feeling. "It i Isn't as if we I use you lookin sa sick )Ir. Jooler. know that neither, of you saw me my hand and pressed it with a fervor!
of, and we shall have to be Jolly careful world, but the world hid done its din; anal: on the price! hjs people had hadn't seen the color of your money, You won't tni t us any, and yet weregoin' change tJ!:e boxes for I did It when I foreign i to the man
at Kellner's Ah, there It Is! Did worst by me. A further artithesisand accepted/or It I was invited to guess but certain rules I am sworn to ob- to trust you ome. Ring the bell. was nearest buying!; the bee brooch at "I know Ton are and I knew ion.
i I tell you I was a low down stage my final Intention were both upon the tiger*, but I shook a discreet! n,'ao. serve. It isn't as if I was in business Em: and we'll FCC: if they've :got any the end and you were too puzzled and would be. Only reiren lvr. Bunnv if"

I Yankee at Rellner's' You'd better be my tongue when the waiter with the I have' life."I'ortyfire.seldom been more taciturn inmj for myself, and-you say you sealin': wax and string" ,the other Johnny too keen. It 'was the my turn next to pay: the hot*"

Another while the waiter's in the room." Chateau Margaux: cut me short, for he start for Tans in the mornmgr; : They had and the thing was done cheapest shot! lathe jrtnii: The dear: Yon shall hear how he paid It when!
We had pounds cried the jewei-
the little room upstairs, and was the bearer of more than that great : "On the :9 a. in. train," mused The tradesman did not like it The the time ramt'

on the very threshold I"--t'n I-who. wine, bringing. also a card upon a silver er. "and." It would be cheap at 30 Riffles, "and I've heard'no end yarns precautfoa was absolutely unnecessary ----, -.;-- -, .
knew my Raffles} of old was taken hor. tray. | guineas."That's about the joolers' stores in .I'arnis. lint I i)I but since he was taking: all his goo- l.-. "
right assented Italics.That'd .
rib] aback The table
t y was laid for "Show him up." saId Raffles laconkally. that ain't fair Don't ,-ou'.take no goods away with him, the sold' with I II
three. I called his l btlul cheap, I allow, but '
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attention to it 10'a tice that. I'm to lG-1 j I the untold! his 'sentimental ';
o trym figure a ; objections
=whisper. : then, my boy, you pot ready cash, and You Can Build House
*'An who is this?" I cried when the don't forget It." out Yes, sir!" :I soon fell to the ground. He packed a. Cheapernow

"Why. yep=" came through his nose man was gone. Riffles reached across I (do you not dwell upon my own mystification lIe was smoking cigarettes out of atwentyfive I j j I i necklet, ring. and star with his: own ,

"Say boy, the lady she's not comln. the table and gripped my arm in his in all this. I merely to box. The tradesman and I hands In cotton wool and the cigarettebox ; : < than you will be able n
} I but pause to ec11.11; a,o1HI'D
you leave that tackle where 'tis. It rise His eyes were.steel points fixedon state that 1 was keenly E'uJoyiug'that had cigars. Raffles pat frowning with i held them "easily that at the tie:
$ ,I ; Tm liable to pay, I guess I'll have mine. nearrU1Uf Materials! constantly jicnasiHt, in
,i. very element Nothing could have: been, a pregnant eye and it was only too last moment, when the box"was closed price
All there la t. It"I "Bunny, stand by me," said he in the more typical; of Gaffes and the past. I clear to me that, his plans had mis- and the string ready: Raffles very ',
i I have never beeu In America! and old, irre'ltible voice-a voice both It was only my own attitude that was I I carried. I could not help thinking. nearly added a diamond bee brooch at I
the American public ia the last on I stern and winning. ":;tand by m(', ('hanJ'I.L" : however, that they deserved to do so1 !51 10*. This temptation, however, he' Ask Us for Special Prices.

1 earth that I desire to insult hut Idiom I. Bunny-If there's a row!" It-appeared that the mythical<< lady, : It he had counted upon baying credit I ultimately:: overcame, to the others ,
t 1 and Intonation alike would have im And ,there was time for for all I chagrin ,The cigarette box tied :I I
nothing my sifter, had Just become engaged to but !-100 by a single paymentof was Saunders Mill
+ posed upon my inexperience. I bad more, the door flying open] and a dapper Raffle, who: seemed all anxiety to pin : tome 10 per cent That again up and the string lt'aJed. oddly enough a.r'
to look at RaiDcs>to make sure that it I person entering with ; I with the diamond of the that had Phone 717. ;
; a bow a her down with gifts of price. I could seemed unworthy of Italicsand I, ring j jI 21
waa he who spoke and I bad my own frock coat on his bask gold place nezon not quite gather wboe girt' to whom for my part still sat prepared to spring. i j been bought; 'and paid for. .j ,..
; { reasons for looking hard."Who his nose, a shiny hat in one hand was the diamond ring: but It had evidently any moment at our visitors! throat. "I'll chance ;you havin another ring :
ti 1 on with was the lady?" I Inquired and a black bag: in the other. been pail for, and I voyaged to We <:could mail you the money. from in the tom the dead pit of mine." : -
tt ;ba.st, at the first opportunity. "Good evening, gentlemen" said he, the moon, wonderiug when and bow. I I I laughed Raffles as he relinquished tho'''

. 8hejgD't on earth. They don't like at home and smiling.; I was recalled to this planet by a del- box and It disappeared into the trade-; : B. L. HALL & CO
A .t wasting: ti"3' room>>: : on two that's all. ,I "Sit down, drawled Rafflesjn! casual tire of gem from the jeweler's bag. I man's bal, "And now Mr. Robinson. I. WILL
r *" i SELL FOR SIXTY DAYS
BUDtl't- HT Rimnv-hers to l nh 1'I '
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Vt j They lay alight In their cases like |be' EIIusness"t hope you'l! appreciate my true ho pl- !

.- .- electric' lamps! al.o\"E" We all three.put tality In not offerin you anything to I FOUR FULL QUARTS
4 our beads together over them, myself drink while business was
............ .................................... without the slightest clew as towhat I i Chateau Margaux.in gig progress.That's and I' 1 n.O f"...

i was coming I but not unprepared for >bare> vied year riunabl C..earrts and and should judge it's what you'd call an
Lenten Eatables. I Id' violent crime. One does not do eighteen I .theta...4 them perfect.for some Couldn: time do f.without r indigettum itacm and 1 )tare bilioniBMi eighteen carat article." THE CROWN OF BALTIMORE PURE RYE WHIKEY-

months for nothing. bend them aad u alA> ererjotie..w oIllPptel Our! tn enred.d. you Recoil will In the cab which we took to the vicinity t
"Right away," Raffles was saying. ]i rer 1s iruliuut them lu t1e A.tMnlljEdward II....Albany." N.r'l\ of the flat I was ,FOR $3.50.
rr "We'll choose for her and you'll ] i snubbed for asking

.r : We have a full supply of Lenten ecialtie-fresh! and .1 change anything she don't like..Is that J a'! Best For j the driver might easily '(" InstanU3'1 Other: brands at rock-bottom pr ces. You get your

': pure. Phone orders filled carefully and promptly: the i idea}" ?" The Bowels I took the repulse just a little : :goods the same day order is received. Give us a trial
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i 'p SHREDDED CODFISH Tins... _.. f .. ?no .,._ __ \ ..10c "That was my suggestion, sir. I could make neither head nor tail oft ji order. 'B. 'L. HALL & CO. Qulnc, Fla.
4 t t : CRABS, THE FINEST EVER, 25 and ., .... .... ......SOc : "Then come on, Ezra I guess you I Raffles' dealings: with the man from I ,
LOBSTERS. IN TINS . -.. ... .. .. .. . ........ .....25 cents + know Sadie's taste.. You belp'me Regent street and was naturally In- '
R.I : COVE OYSTERS . . .... ... ..... .. .. .... ... .....15 cents : choo e" t.faov c.rsuuTtet qubitne as to the meaning of it alL
FANCY MACKERELS, EACH .. .. ., .... ...........10 cents And we chose-Lord! What;did -we But I held .ray tongue until we had regaii LAUNDRY"mtm
ENGLISH CROMARTY BLOATERS. DOZEN. .....,..... 30 cents + not choo+e" ? There was herding, a 1 I ed the flat in the cautious manner NEW METHOD
: MARSHAL'S KIPPERED HERRINGS, TINS.:.. .... .'..... .25 cents :f diamond half hoop. It .cos$:liWJ! and i ,I( our exit and even there until Raffles

V .. therems! no attempt to get It for nil! 1>.Pleuint...+Ie...PiUuble.. W... Pot.lor'* 'T..te''.1....(6n04:; .ik.X..r DeGood i!! rallied me with a hand on either E. W. LAWRtJVCF "..m.t.p. ,.". ". Jas.
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shuuliler lid old smile
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'. Phone 183.c. ;.. JACOBYThe.PoPUlar ':. 20">' guineas-but J nouuO.accepted., Sterling Remedy C v,Chicago or N.Y. 6ojANRUAL i fad. '\ I I
i .Ttiat"'ri t""W" the gift! of rhos bruiegroota. "You rabbit'"Mid he, ."
MILLOH! BOXES 1Vbyeouidn'tyou
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