The Pensacola journal

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The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title:
Daily journal
Alternate title:
Pensacola news-journal
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
Mayes & Co.
Creation Date:
March 11, 1906
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
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In March 1897, the Pensacola Journal was started as a weekly by William Marion Loftin. The Pensacola Journal became a daily in 1898. With competition from other Pensacola papers, the Journal's coverage included a large part of Florida. In 1922, the Pensacola Journal was purchased by John H. Perry, who in 1924 also acquired the newspaper's main rival, the Pensacola Evening News. For the next six decades, the Pensacola Journal continued to appear mornings and the Pensacola News evenings. Both newspapers remained extremely competitive. A combined Sunday edition published as the Pensacola News Journal also became available. A consolidated newspaper, also known as the Pensacola News Journal, began operations on June 3, 1985, and continues to the present. Pensacola is the seat of government for Escambia County, the westernmost city in the westernmost county of Florida. The city sits on Pensacola Bay, connecting to the Gulf of Mexico. Since the early colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was already one of Florida's four largest cities. The big news covered by the local Pensacola press in 1898 was the beginning of the Spanish-American War. The Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them troops under Teddy Roosevelt, who passed through Pensacola on his way to Cuba through Tampa. In the years following the war, the United States secured the peace in the Caribbean through naval patrols and maneuvers based out of Pensacola. In the early part of the 20th century, Pensacola experienced tremendous growth. The population doubled to nearly 23,000 between 1890 and 1910. A new Spanish Renaissance-style city hall was built in 1908. Two years later, the American National Bank building--at 10 stories, Pensacola's first skyscraper-- was completed. The same year marked the construction of the San Carlos Hotel and a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had 21 miles of paved streets, and the first modern hospital opened three years later. In 1916, the city began operating its first motorized fire truck, and by 1924 it had replaced all of its horse-drawn firefighting equipment. The Pensacola Journal covered the cycles of boom and bust that characterized the city in the years that followed, as well as the renewed growth after the Second World War.
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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I 'i.. .- __ HUGHES WILL, I Conciliatory Spirit Marked Tester

France Appalled by Magnitude" READY. FOREMERGENCY BIG FOUR PAID BATTLE NOT APPEARBefore day's Sessions of Confer enc6

of Disaster Which Has Stricken = at Aigeciras.

Great Coal Center ofNorthern .. IN Many Women and Children Were Congressional Committeeto Indications that Acceptable 'Middle -

Prance.tapts REBATESJ Slaughtered in Terrific Encounter Testify Regarding Political Ground Will Be Found. .
I I Military Trains Held i in Readiness K
in Philippines. *

.I to Quell Disturbancesin CASH \ Contributions. YESTERDAY'S DEBATE COVERED

DAZZLING SC'HEME X! By Associated PresLWashington. rAND

Given i Up as Utterly ;> FORTUNNEL, UNDER tf I'' -- !t SUCH AN EXTENT THAT IT WAS who,conaHicted Mar. 10.charles the investigatin E BANK-GERMANY'S A TTI.
u _____ I. By Associated Press. Officials of Line Testify that Cer IMPOSSIBLE TO DISCRIMINATE of insurance companies in TUDE FAVORABLY COMMENT.ED .

Hopeless. K- By Associated Press. & Moscow, Mar. 10.-A military train, CONGRATULATES New York has declined to appear before UPON BY ENGLISH OFFICIALS b'
; St. Petersburg Mar. 10.- 1: tain Shippers Were'-Favored ROOSEVELT the House Committee on Electionof
with machine is held ready constantly WHO
guns President Vice-President and Representatives -
f'r A more favorable attituae is & GENERAL WOOD ON THE VIC-
S> being taken here toward the % : at the railroad station in case By the Company. in Congress, to testify MENT ASSURED.By L
AVVPUL concerning the prevention of corpora-
dazzling scheme for a tunnel- # .of emergency to suppress troubles in
?i* under Behring straits and an ft' tion. contributions to political cam-
all-rail route from the United '1''the country and neighboring cities., paigns.Mr. .
i2 States to Europe. Baron L. itf By Associated P/ees. Hughes says he cannot throw Associated Press.

Fire Damp Was Followed Imme- '* De Lobel ,. representing the it Death for Mutineers.. I Cincinnati, 0.. Mar. 10.-That the By ,Associated, Press.' any more light on the subject than Algeciras. Mar 10.-The spirit of
& Trans-Alaska Siberian corny Bobrusk, Russia, Mar. 10.-Thirteen rebates :Manila Mar. 10.An Associated, contained In copies of the proceedings concilation was. most marked at to* t

diately by Fire.OF pany is again pressing tbe ifsV ',solders of the local garrison have Big Four paid cash for shiprnents Press' telegram from Zamboanga says in the insurance hearing. day's session of Ue conference oa '

'project vigorously and, has 1- .been sentenced death for',mutiny. of steel from Pitt"burg to Kansas that the attack on Mont Dajo commenced -'
& Made considerable progress : City and otherwise favored cer- on 'Monday and that there'
: general Impjeasion that a settlement
& toward securing the desired!
THREE PITS WHERE EXPLO T P concession from Russia.TEMHEHS fcM WILL NOT RAISE tain shippers was testified to to-day} by were four days of hard fighting dar HAVING of the issues is only a matter of time
S General Freight Agent George H. In- ing which it is estimated that nine and the adjustment of details.
, > galls in hearing before the Interstate hundred persons were killed or wound' Germany has materially modified
INTO ONE AND CAGE REfUSES l lINTERESTING Commerce Commission. ed. I the conditions on which she concededthe

"T,.E.. Connor general. agent of the An unofficial report says the families Franco-Spanish police force 'but
. I INew I road(+in this city after. ,being promised of the Moros remained in a village PRACTICE IN France still hesitates to accept these (

: LEAVING BUT ONE THROUGH HAD Associated Press of immunity from prosecution for anything located In. the center of the crater conditions -

: TO CARRY ON WORK OF RESCUE York. Mar. 10.-The price j he might disclose. said a large at the apex of the mountain and The Indications are that some acceptable .

.. I hard coal will not be raised in New I II, number of shippers ,wee permitted to that women and children mingled with middle ground may be toun .
York City at least, even if there Is,
i ship I over his road at their own statement the warriors during the battle to suchan BAYCoastSsuadron Txxriay'a debate covered both the-
a strike according to a statement issued -
By Associated Press. I t of weight shipped.[ extent that It was\ impossible to questions of police and bank.
today by the newly created puollcity discriminate and all killed in the
Parts Mar. 10.-A mining catas- I were :
bureau of the.anthracite operators onslaught THINK SETTLEMENT *,
trophe of incalculable horror and mag- nine million BOSS COX TRIED TO fierce
The statement says ,
Wood Is not avail- IS NOW ASSURED
I nitude has stricken the great coal cen- Major General Vessels are Work-
stored in and near
tons: of coal are '
: ter of northern France. An explosion MEETING New York City ready for consumers.:! INFLUENCE COURT able at present to confirm this report. Small London, Mar. 10.-The concllatory! .
: of fire damp at 7 o'clock this morning CONGRATULATIONS. TO ing Day. at attitude of the Germans at the Alge-

carried death and destruction through- ciras conference to-day Is favorably
: the network of coal mines centered [ BALL TEAM
cm LEAGUE By Associated Press. commented upon here by officials

,: at Courrieres. Fire immediately Reading Circle Discussed ,What SOUTH'' Cincinnati, Mar. 10.Two::: judgesof .Washington, liar 10.-Tbe' president I i who now believe a settlement of the u

followed the explosion, making rescue STARTS the circuit ,court; ti.rstuntcny before today sent the following! $twe n France. and Germany t

: difficult! : and almost impossible. Knowledge is of Most'Worth". the Drake !thvestlgatk)n commit to General Wood at Manila: fact, the vessels of the'coast Squad- is assured. *

: I ... I ron are busily engaged each day at
in I
Intense excitement and confusion, "Wood, Manila: congratulate you
tee of the stab senat: odav. charged the
practice In the harbor, and |
Yesterday. Associated Press target
the vicinity presented an early estimate By the officers and of command
and men jour
10.-The' American that Geo R. Cox formerly the repub- gunners and ruin of the ships are get- PREDICTION -
of the exact loss of life, but a Cleveland Mar. on the brilliant, feat of arms, tig.some good training while lying at
for lican leader in. HamIlton: cornj. tried I
dispatch received here at 4:35 p. m.ave Teach- League baseball team left today wherein you and they so, well upheld anchor off the'navy yant FOR TODAYBUT
of tne to influence of the courtin RAIN
second meeting the judgment -
: Into I
< 1.404 miners entombed.A Atlanta, where the team will go the honor of the American flag" The 'practice so far: hdn been with 1t 1
ers' Reading Circle was: held. yesterday :- spring practice. The team w'll remain a suit involving a two' hundred i the small arms, and people at the

dispatch from Courrleres, timed afternoon at School No. '1. The in Atlanta till April 1, when 'it, thousand dollar bond while a third I navy yard' and Warrinton can hear

x o'clock tonight says that attempts to"cue ; subject for discussion was Spencer's"What exhibition games'through judge testified that Cox: simply asked THREE FATAL the ceaseless popping of the rapid fire FAIR AND COLDER WEATH. t ;,
:,' the :Imprisoned!! miners ha-e' Worth?" will begin a series of case fair guns all d'ay' .long. Targets are placed t
Knowledge is of Most I him that the be given a and
the south. It wlj open the'season out into the bay some distance, and
been abandoned, the galleries of the *
fallen It is a remarkable thing that the at St. :Louis on April 17. impartial hearing.Indictment. MINE ACCIDENTSBy it Is, said that the firing sb far haa DAY-RAIN FELL LAST t.
mine banns in. teachers of the city with the enormous been exceptionally accurate by the

X dispatch from Lille timed 8:45 amount of work they must have Quashed. -- crews of the torpedo boats NIGHT. / .
'a\ it is hOW certain that 1.193'of to do should yet find time to, meet together FOUND' DEAD IN BED Topeka, Kans., Mar.' 10.-Judge Associated Press. finishes It Is possible with her that small when: arms the Texas worK

tht entombed, miners are dead. to discuss questions which are t Philipps, in the United States district Shamokm, Pa" Mar. 10.ThrEe fatal &he will go out into the gulf: and be-
the of the weather
\11 Franc has been profoundly of vastly greater. importance to the Associated Press. :court here todaj, quashed the indictments accidents:: occurred to-<1'8Y. Joseph gin target :work with her large cali prognostications
mocked by :he magnltud of the disaster By I Lee was smothered by a cave-in; John practice of the man come true to-day will prove
public than to the teachers them- 10. Edward J. Morgan against State Senator Fred bre rifles, as all of
New York, Mar. -
which is said to be the greatest Morgan, a mining expert was killedb is to be done at Pen: rather gloomy one lor the many who ,
in the history of continental min-i sehes. In addition to the hours of, the actor was found dead in his Dumont' Smith, Rosco Wilson and T. >' a fall at Locust Spring Colliery, coast sacola.It .squadron look forward to Sunday as a day for

Lug./ ,preparation on this subject of "What i oed at hotel Belleclaire today from an fi Ryan,, charged with land frauds and an Italian was killed at the Hickory < was stated yesterday afternoon having outdoor enjoyment for the t

1 ,I President, ; Fallieres sent his secre-'' Knowledge is of Most Worth?" the I'! attack of heartdisease. I in'Kansas. Ridge mine. that the work which had been going prediction is that it will rain dorms
a n accompanied by Minister of targets on the collier!
this! meet- in loading
Public Works Gautier and Minister of'! teachers' in attendance at on Leo .idas. was stopped early in the day, the day, and from appearances:: at midnight 1
a" interior Dubief on a special train: ing spnt a full two hours in discussion and thos3 targets which had been tbe prediction will come true.

'<. 'he scene of the disaster, and can-I of the question. Such earnestness s k I V / i Ir rv. towed alongside the '
,''':led an engagement to a ball to be ;;, such devotion on the part of the ) sent !back to the yard. Quite a largo though only slightly.
then :ai the palace. number of the targets have already The weather bulletin issue**? yeater' ,
will Ipevitably
teachers to their work however, morning gives the minimum tern ,
The ministerial crisis has been tem- been loaded on the collier day
jorar!Iy l forgotten senators and dep- result In great good to the public. At but if the orders have been changed perature at Pensacola for the preceding .

rti"s joining; in the general manifesta- this particular meeting the interest in these will be unloaded.WILL twelve hours as 52. with a maximum |t tIn
of 69. Weather Observer Reed
lons of
sorrow. the subject was keen the
d '
his summary of weather condition
spirited and the enjoyment of the afternoon A said
far beyond the expectationof There have been snows since 7 .
THE AWFUL DISASTER from Wyoming eastwarj: ..i
those present. Friday
I FRENCH MINISTRY throughout the northern states and
will be held
Paris Mar 10.-V terrible erplo-, The next meeting on L light rain has fallen extreme southern t
Mon! occurred today in a coal mine In the second Saturday afternoon in V Texas; areas of low barometric ,

hf< Courri re:1 district of Pas De(I April. Spencer's Essay on 'IntellectualEducation' Urii.1M ITI:Dt Associated Press. pressure are central over New England .
Calais, eighteen miles from B hun. By the 'middle Plateau
will form the basis for ( and over
li has j t 1 aRE / Mar. 10-M. Sarrien has accepted #
hen learnel that out of 1,795', t Paris region; a trough of low extends from
at this meeting. Thosein Wo0 forming a new min
; >1S
men who descended into the' pits to I the discussion the task of of Oregon to the western gulf. The

work only 591 have come uj. leaving I attendance at_ yesterday's meeting t istry. after securing the Poincaire consent to,' northwestern high has decreased In.,

1.2(4 burled in the thre pits. I were Miss Suter. Miss Elma Maclav, M Bourg:>eis and M. strength, a narrow ridge from which:t

Rescue part-eg! which! have come to Mrs Sampej,. Mist ,Olive Andrews take portfolios. extends from the Dakotas to western;
the surfa-e say tha: all further attempts I C EQMtNy Tennessee. Temperatures have fallen
to rescue the men are useless. Mrs Suter Miss Dagmar Holmes.Miss GREAT tiIIIYDiVa IS dectiedly: in Wyoming the Dakotas

0' tho throe pits whera the cxplo- Iorle). Mrs Thomas. Miss 'Sn.der.liss LGP[: Ott"Mrrr CENSORSHIP Nebraska and Minnesota, over which

\On i> occurred gas is pouring;, into one :\ Norcissa Coleman Mr Lock- IZA>r f territory they range; from 8 to 26 degrees '
aM 1 the WLAL.Tj U GETTING RIGIDBy ; it Is considerably warmer over
cage at another refuses to hart .Mr. Hairrick, Miss Shulman. f
work, so; the rescue work has been N'evada and southeastward throughout
sons Mrs! Mcfteynolds, Mr.Lockey n
Miss Henderson
on at only! out pit -rrr- -w the Rio Grande Valley.
advance of the W@1t.ern
A The
state of ,
_..."y over .stupor and Isolation pre- Associated ,Press., depression ,will cause I)8rtl.f'I
the Courner: mining re-
Con Most 1ll Petersburg. Mar 10'-Aetou cloudy '1rt> {her in this vicinity to._
were St. I
aponiziug scenes
BRITISH STEAMER in future from and Sunday and rain nay: be t
"nessed i i night
\ at :She pit's mouth and the Lave been prohibited 3
or ministers expected Sunday afternoon or night.
royal. personages
JWaarmes experience tile utmost clif- representing
t) In retraining :lie crowds eaI NELSON SUNK on the stage and a censorshipbeen \ Light to fresh variable minds along
pictures and even the West Florida coast will become
to imposed on
ascertain the fate of their rela-
tires. I statuary exposed in public. I 0ast."


SEVERE STORM Brest Franc, Mar. 10.-The British OF A RING(

steamer Nelson. from Port Talbot, '-

IN NEW ENGLAND I Wales to St. Sazairo France, with ,' r Joseph Hubbard a negro employedb AFFRAY t
groundedon -
three thousand tons of coal f one of the transfer companies was
Pierres Vertes :this morning The ; / arrested yesterday by the police on x
vessel (got off with her own power and I the charge/ of being a dangerous and t By Associated Press.
By Associated Press was saved .
sank. The crew of 25 men suspicious character and was later 'Millen. Ga., A shooting' affray occurred
ba Boston, Mar: 10.-Severe damage by fishing boats. turned over to the county authorities I this afternoon at Scarboro '
been dune by storm in New England ;. upon the charge of larceny of a ring.It seven miles below here in which tW

particularly along the coast. Is alleged that Hubtoard, while men were. killed.
this had no wires at two o'clock NEW GOVERNORFOR assisting in moving the. furniture of John Burke and Ed Aycock. both
afternoon to Maine and Rhode B Ix d'Lannf-aa stole a rateable ring white. quarrelled over a mule the
tElaDj is cut off from Boston. ALASKABy r" 4 from him. This occurred some time quay ei ending in a row each killing

l. since but the authorities; were unable the other with. a pIstoL The men are

Nashville Rivers, From Tennessee. /J/ ( ;Ir: ; :. to locate the party 'until Tester-(i prominent. /'
Rivers 10.-Captain Tyrec = ::.:; ; ; day. '
mentioned('(i In Associated Press,1 Associated Pres I) I' Cornell Won Debate.

a dispatches as having been wounded in. Washington Mar. 10.-The president Fight Was a Draw. } New York. Mar 10.-Cornell+ University -
tight 'with the Moros In the PhilipU -: decided to-night won the annual triangular .
ptll' announced that he kd Los Angeles Cat, Mar. 10-The,,
!>. ( hte today '
: ol
a nativa of Tennessee ; with the. University
home to appoint Wilfred ,B 'Ho gdt.: fight between Jack 'Twin'Sullivan I debate
being at PulaskL He is a graduate of Alaska succeeding John BACK OF ErtERY DISPUTE THERE IS A REAS.ON. \ '' and Hugo Kelly was decided a-draw;I Pennsylvania and Columbia UnlTtri -
of governor
West of ,
Point and a member resIgned. -Mr. Hogfcatt is 3--- REASON. at the end of the twentieth rounn. t+it}
the mot families of C. Krad). HAVE TO LOOK TOFIND THE
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BloodNeeds lOc

Your ::19 ceats* Buys 25 and 35cWjndow The Big Store; ,! ( Organdies BuyslmpQrted

purifying and whole system renovating in the Shades ,

$ spring, as pimples, boils, eruptions, loss of appetite and that T THE m AT T TMrs. Green, Ecrue, Blue and Exact copies of 50c, 75C
White full 3 feet wide, Pensacola's 'Fashion Center. $1.00 patterns, 1906
4:4: tired feeling annually prove. .
is the most effective medicine ever complete with fixtures, ', designs, only
:;!: I Hood's Sarsaparilla ,,lOcEmbroidered

devised for the complete purification of the blood and,the QUINCY 19oShantung MONDAY.! : ,

'Ir s : .1':, .
complete renovation of the whole system. ''t .:

iM It will make you feel better l look better, eat and sleep '

h better and give you the best possible preparation for the hot Curtis's Afternoon Party- Pongee Silk. Opening Sale ol New Spring$ Goods S Panamas I

have testified in the
days of summer, as over 40,000 people

1 last two years. Today buy and begin to takeHood's I S Dance Tuesday Night-Per- This ,is the greatest favorite at 25c

of the seasoq, Offering a half-price buying opportunity right
sonal Notes of Interest Get our prices before

Sarsaparilla t S Special, here at the, beginning of the season.. Nothinglike you

form tablets 100 Doses One Dollar. S O9c and $1.29 it ever attempted before in this city. A buy
Usual form, liquid, or :

perfect whirlwind of fast selling. .
Special to The Journal.

F ::4 *'f.r *#iIHKe H tf..! Hfl .::.. Qirincy, March 10.-On Tuesday.Mrs '
: C. S. Curtis gave the second of Fashionable Fabrics Ready-to-Wear Dept
her series of delightful ,afternoon par : SALE BEGINS

i AMUSEMENTS ties. The house was made beautiful For Spring Wear.
*. S with great fa-inches of fragrant spring White Embroidered and
:: : blossoms and many softly shaded I Lingerie Waists
Silk Eolean at SOc are distinctly
Fancy -
candles cast i Silk
: a becoming radiance over Siwell Draperies.The ,
m ..r-'f .J. tH'H; the assemble! guests. In the guessingcontest Soie de Paris at 50c Silk the fashion, possess

r J ---ri-----T-- which'was the feature of the\ I Organdies at SOc Arnold most complete line in Elbow length, lace effect, ing that daintiness and sub

7r k : $4 afternoon Mrs. W.H.the.Ide,prizes Mrs.:R.were L. Munroe won and by Batiste, wool finish, at 20c, the city to select from.DeFUNlAK fashion's favorite at $1.25 tie charm admired by ladies.Peggy's .

( Miss Eula Bates. Mrs. Curtis was as-
sisted iin receiving by Mrs. G. B. Massey -
Mrs. M. H WIlson and Mrs. Canter -

Quartennan the, ,other, Broome g\estg,being A. S.Mesdames Munroe,

Williamson. ,A. D. Covmgton J. I.- I S ON & SON. ,

; ijIfff Davidson: R. L*. Munroe. El B. Shelter WILLIA.MJOlJ..N. .

.d( .-'... ,. it 44 ; Martin, H. P. Sharon. R. G. Harris
'. # ? Dekle. D. A. Shaw John: Burghard. W.
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H. Ide J. S. Harris McFarlin. R. M. "
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V Davidson, and_Misses Wilson, Quarterman ,
j ::; Bates, Irby, Hanes, Frasler,S Me- .. ,-
i Rae. Love. I
Miss Lula Bird and 'Miss Ulm r, _

4'$. ..>.... .'. ( I'7. 4 two young with friends of ladies Montlcello's, in ane this spending city.most a few popular days II-- CHIPLEYSp 1-II j bean

4trt; ,
'- t: j Miss Mitchell, of Atlanta, Oa, is _. <
1 < .. the guest ot Mrs. John Burghard.
S'r Miss Harriet Ide has gone for a clal"to The Journal. I ; Sp;
4 Special to The Journal.
visit of several months to her sister, Chipley ':Mar 10.-Crow Bros. Lumber -
t: '" _SSS :Mrs. Wiggins of Marietta, Ga. Co. are making shipments of lumber DeFUnlak Springs, Mar. 10.-There
On Tuesday night, after the performance from their'mill on Blue Lake over has been three and one half inchesof 5-IOAND2S STDRE 10ho
1! '-. rain hero since March started :Iu.
t:? of "Charley's Aunt" at the lbs Birmingham Columbus & St. An- I
.. opera house the seats were quickly The farmers and gardeners are busy
o citews Railroad.. This new road is beIng
t remove\,! and an Informal dance enjoyed and things are beginning to look like
rapidly built, and will soon open I
m (:: by Mr. and Mrs. J. U McFarlin up a fine section of country between.,spring. Wise Sister MaryDEAR W
Mr. and Mrs. A D. Covington. Mr. Chipley and St. Andrews Mr. :Nipe, the strawberry man is fur,
I'fr'sl and Mrs. R. L. Munroe Captain and Miss Sallie Wynn, of Marianna, Is"nishing strawberries now at 30 -cents: PEGGY: *

52 Mrs\ Williamson Mrs. G. B. Massey, the guest of Mrs. L. W. Crow. a quart, and the quart is not very I I do so wish you lived in a Kress town I I've just come back from shopping,

Mr. and Mrs. :M. H. Wilson, Mr. and 'Mrs. A. .1'. Gay, of Gay, Is visiting full either. I and it's wonderful what useful and handsome things I did buy at Kress'-and all
Wm 'SS I Mrs. Cantey, Misses 'May Underhill, friends In Chipley for a few days. I I I .' Dr. Hancher, president of the Iowa for such a wee bit of money.

Bird Ulmer McFarlin, Crawford. Davidson :Mr. L. E. Miller, who has the con I Wesleyan college has !been with us i Every time I go there it seems a bargain day to me. And when they have:
: Haines, Dixon. Mitchell and tract for the construction of the new, for two 'Weeks and has pleased all 1 Special Sales I Why Peggy dear,women actually go wild over 75-cent embroideries .
Messrs' Ward, Hogge, Lord, BAbe. road Is on a visit to New York. 1.,, who heard him time and again at the for 10 cents, and the like.

S Love. Miller, Thomas, Corry Curtis, Mr. W. A. Sessoms of Milligun, Is tabernacle. He surely a master on I keep tabs on Kress' advertisements in the and shall let
the We to have you
platform. are
; sorry
and ,
Woodberry.Attorney in the city to-day; < know about the china ,
next or crockery sale. You and John can come down and
him I left for Pensacola
leave He
.w .. General Ellis was among J.5F. Williams' Co. are receiving'tbeir us. lay in ,a supply, and easily save enough to make up for your railroad fare and
Friday morning.f
the distinguished visitors In Quincyon fourth carload of wire fencingand freight the goods.I thVs<
Crossett and his family left:
: (
; load of
5 S wagons.Mr. am sendin you a jump-rope for Mary, and a garden-set for little .
Thursday the-Joiner: House was purchased 'yesterday for Jacksonville and Mr. Johnnie buof
of Water.
G. Cobb.
manager I got them at Kress' and have idea how
Mes rs-J. S. and C. R Burger for the state capital. you no such toys keep the children out
by ,
: >' 4 man & Co., has just received a ship'meat
S of doors and relieve too. Tell husband about
.S The children entertain the Chautan- you your coming the next
the being $4,100.Mr. ,
: of ,, .t <, Shaw pries pal? of fine stock for'this market.Mr. 'j Kress Sale. .
iHpilz, a prominent citizen of ''qua to-day part of the time, and Mr.
4 ,
t N. B. Hays has moved to Chip- S Your loving sister lhaI
Chicago, is visiting In the city a guest Jordan is to -b5 here for his part in ,
ley and opened up a,general merca ,
-" the work. His coming I is- lookea! for S c MAR?.
: of his sister Mrs- Mar We.leles.1Irs. : tile business. ,
C. of Tallahas ward to with expectation. P. S. These are the ads I always look for:
Alfred Spiller
: Mr. AI Hogeboom is at home* for .a:I
tL see,'arrived in the. city on MoncSay few days with his family. Mr. Murry is putting down an Artesian I of
is at the home of Judge well. Already th'e bole is over in
ana a guest 'Mr.: S. A. Alford, president of the S '
and Mra. Paul S. Thompson. Alford Bros. Co.. has just retunwrf! six hundred,. and fifty feet deep.' Ha On Sale Monday 9 A. M. entL
Messrs. A. EL Fraliegh and Ola home from a trip to Jacksonville hopes to see the' water flowing yery

Miss. Doro hy Sherrod with Tim Mur phy in "A Texas Steer," Tuesday Night Saunders two prominent business men 'Maj. W. O Butler has returned soon.
of Madifion were visitor; in the cit home from AUanta, where he has The daughters of Mr.: Sherman, who '
- it Sja:4C last week. ihe'past i Jest his wife recently,'just after celebrating Table Mercerized linen. 20 Footwear Infants'Kid Moccasins
for several weeks
Tim Murphy. phere of prairie :life. and its many Mr. R. H. Gee and Miss Nora H. boon under the sixty-fourth anniversary of inches squarevariety' 2 eyelets for laces, I tuIn<
treatment. For
: : TIm Murphy and Dorothy Sherrod cleverly conceived conditions all went Hollaway of this city -were united in Mayor Buell Cook Is at Vernon today their marriage, are here from Wisconsin ; Napkins, of designs,white Baby white; black,light blue
1M end a large organization will be at well toward the exactment of one of marriage last Tuesday.Dr. legal business.iGrrrr visiting their father. i I figure work ._-each_ lOc pink,chocolate and red, value 15c.
5ti44J the opera house on Tuesday March 13 the most original stories ever given E. F. Mack arrived in this citY' on Mr. Sprague's son from ,St. Cbseph, i T ese will cost and .. .a pair lOe ab
M Representing that famous comedy. "A the stage. Mr. Murphy has made a last week- from South Carolina and Mo., one of the staff of the St. Joseph Ladies' at tune our you sever- IT!
Texas Stfrer." Almost everybody notable revival of "A Texas Steer" to tbp LMT. PilarYarn Infants' Lace Shoes with ribbon
has rented offices in the Key buildIng Daily News }18 here for a few days else. 'TheyfiUndtheVust. tu
h knows of Tim Murphy's great characterization and is presenting it beautifully mounted It was the 21st of April. 1821. Dr. !. visiting his father. L Vests \ot arauKl* wftlt pUla crocheted ed*. tnJLi cd tassel, lined with white muslin,
j.5r' of Maverick Brander in this I, costumed in full accord with all Mr. F. 'N. Holley purchased last P. Frank, the eminent governor of the .<<*. 6C white, black, light blue, pink arM

I comedy 'ana: his revival of the piece requirements and with each role in week from :E. P. Dismukes the proper- Universiry hospital. Vienna, lay on his Br.aktnr It Ladles' Vests This is a rare chocolate and red, usually t 50c
should be in the nature of a ieunIonl4t.P1 the keeping of a player especially .
1njp of Jefferson deathbed and was expected chanceforeverywoman.
'ty on the southwest corner: every moment a pair... ..25c
of old friends. No play that. Chas. H. adapted to the part. His principal as- fb The greatest error that a, father can The material b carefully select .
and Adams streets the price ipaldbeing pass away Once more the make is to omit to note the ed,shrinkable and the Infants' Button
workmanship Shoe
rittJ; Hoyt ever wrote received the same sistant will be Dorothy Sherrod whois year thatIs patent L.tli
44el4 degree of appreciation as did "A seen in ber old part of Bossy in 6000. eight leading medical men of the capital at the top of the current almanacand the best. leather vamp black kid uppers
A. H. Ginsberg' !who'with Mrs.: Gins-
Steer" for its clean cut which she gathered round his couch. All at to White ribbed cotton vests with fancy cotton buttons
4l.Xi1 Texas types was always so delightfully last has forget that his sons grow older white pink blue, red, tl
burg arrived in the city week once the burst out edge, mercerized threads mercerized silk
vii5ili of Washington characters its atmos onnyhicing..ff4T4t been busy getting his gooak in proper "What patient Is it that tickles laughing.fancy each year. The father who thinks hIs tape through arm*and DCc'k. Uc sizes 1 to 4; also in laced,usually

.-1_ shape for the rush. Hi. store will be your nlneteeo-yeaf-old son Is still a child is 410,this lot in pink and hlae solid colon lOc Me. a pair 25c
--- -- his friends
S {business -within few days. inquired. liable to get a shock.
open Mr. A0Heartn returned to the "A story has just come Into my "Beg pardon, father," says the lad Buttons II IS. reallywon. Rubber Toys Everythir.:
visit of two mind," was the reply "On the battle who wishes to break derful the that bounce!o
i CHOICEGROCERIES city Thursday '> the news gently, :amount jattles or amuses the in
young any
weeks in New York. field of Wagram lay a French soldier "but do you mind if I bring a friend into of buttons we sell. So many, in fact way. Rattles, teething rings rubber B
The Owl and counted his wounds. 'Sacre bleu: that make of
Peter Miller representing supper this evening?' we a specialty them. dolls -some with knitted jackets,
Commercial..Co". of New York and he exclaimed. 'It takes eight bullets' to "I'll think it over, my boy. Compared with other stores, we can tongue balls,-squeeze them and the

: Heinz India Relish '15c and 8Oc.; Quincy,.returned to the city Thursdayfor / ,kill, a FrenchJ! 'grenadier.' :Gentlemen, "For a little music." give you double and: triple-l values for tongue! sticks! out. Niggers t\'ery'
a :journ ota few I months. 'there are eight of you too." Thus he "Does your friend sing?' your money. thing that will make the babies f A
The Committee on Public. Improve- Fresh water and ocean pearl,or agate but- happy IvvChildren's
f4 Heinz Beans, lOc and ISo can. ments of the :Board of Trade have spoke sad expired in a fit of laughter. "Has a beautiful voice," says the lad tons,per card: . 5c and lOc .

been busily engaged,the past,week in enthusiastically; "like a nightingale" Lentelle pearl,one gross on card.per card, lOc Keep the childrenoutofdoors' : I
t'j Heinz Apple Butter, 45c Jar. number of our citizens A Lltorarr ColaeUle__. *'Oh!" with Incredulity. "What age?' Canneles pearl < 4 t negotiating 'With a "My father W. Clark Russell," said About .- lOc a card or one-half card;; I Be> Garden Sets them garden sets 1 1
desirable own father.
hotel site. Several my age I
Pure Malt for a English pearl shut tuttons,' dozen .
Heinz Vinegar. one lOc Let them play in j V
and with be Herbert Russell In telling of a literaryCoincidence "Wall),
offered you can bring friend
lots have been your :
Bone buttons,two dozen in box,per box, cc the sand I It is better for them md
4 Libby's Tomato Chutney. presented to the board at their next "had finished maturing the but, mind. It's not to be made a precedent Agate buttons with gilt top,one card, 6c better for you. C
meeting. A fine new hotel for Qunicy plot of his novel The Death Ship: I don't want the house overrun Collar buttons,high shanlc,white only,box 6c Sets of three of
Libby's Chill Sauce. It now practicatfy{ assured. which is a version of the legend of Tan with them. And no staying late." Bachelor buttons; ]Just press I will never spade hoe and b *tooth consisting rake. 30 a
,Mr. E. P. Dirarrfkes, a prominent derdecken. I was his amanuensis at "She'll go back to her mother's at 10." como loose I per boa, . Be incheslong: ._ ._. 1 Dc
Imported Sausage, 3Oc per lb. citizen of Columbus, Gft., spent several the time. He said to me Tomorrow ;" "She!" Lancaster French .
I Silverware ; Because \\ a;
week. S Pure
days in the city last we will begin the : On the fob "It's Candies
a young lady rye been fond of grey finish table
: Ham Sausage, lOc per lb. lowing morning when I entered his for some time, father," blurts out the 1 silver-very artistic patterns in grapes &e1lmoretban I1I

Morrell Uncanvased Hams and Bacon. BUY BEFORE YOUR WIRE THE SCREENS SUMMER RUSH study to take his dictation of the open lad "and we are going to get marriedbrr.&in I I and grape leates jhis line of forks, one million pounds for a year one-third we can givefresh the 1I)
lines bad ,pure candy
% log he showed me a letter he Star.A .
Dore Hams and Bacon. 'Parties who contemplate screening read Just received. It was from W.,s.I I Gilbert I knives, spoons,'sugar-tongs, etc, in- price asked by stores that sell only a
; their houses should not fail to dudes the best
only and I
;i the ad elsewhere In this paper of the the well known dramatist, asking Flae SeD.. workmanship few pounds a day. 'S1I
ef Hamor. I materials Guaranteed for
him why he did not write a novel twO.le4L 1I
local representative of the E. T. Burrows The Russian Chocolate Drops and Fudge (Chocolate and
EAST HILL GROCERY CO. Co., of Portland, Me.,screen man- about the Flying Dutchman." Emperor Ivan IV. ones Would cost you treble the moneyi Vanilla flavors)/ sold in ordinary lOc
ufacturer. They offer to prepay one of his high court officials purchased at ordinary stores. tore*atic.and 35o a pound- -
to procure for him a measure fall of Chocolates and Bon-Bons assorted fIa"on
1t M. F. BOWES, ManagerPhone charges trial. Now and is send the them time to on 30 put day's in I THE EDITOR fleas, and when the poor man failed, Kress pric_ .eachlUC and DIIts.-varieties with fruits and 20c

through the friskiness of the insects In
screens. If you wait until summer It 1 i
212 COR. GADSDON AND HAYNE STS. may not be so easy to get quick ser! Explains How to Keep Up Mental:# and jumping out of the measure, had his

vice. Ring phone 1015 or drop a postal ; Physical Vigor.A bead cut off and Inflicted a fine of 7.000 "WATCH KRESS: WINDOWS1'
estimates rubles ()n the city of Moscow for its
-- ----- -fl to P. O. Box 104 and will i
be cheerfully furnished. New Jers'ey editor writes: I share in the failure. On other occasions -
"A long indulgence In improper food he would wander away Into the

Our Stationery Attracts Attentionas A SATBFACTION. brought on a condition of nervous dyspepsia -:I I country :with some boon companions

nearly three ysars ago, so severe -i and a few caged bears and when became 'BU '
; that I had to quit wort entirely.I .i to a peaceful village Would let

put myself on a strict regimen of slip the bears and shriek with laughter

as surely as a magnet draws steeL We Grape-Nuts food. with plenty of 'outdoor aa the' villagers rushed for safety or
exercise and in a few months Fly and Mosquito Screens !
ttj stand for everything in stationery, found mystomach so far restored that: fell victims to the hungry animals.

S --i kk and everything we stand for is top the process of digestion gave me'

:i :' quality. Just as pure water is looked pleasure Instead of distress. I' Fr Her Owm Proteetlom.
thatI Tea madam," said the salesman, Sent:on Thirty Days' Trial .
t- ; N for from a cryataispring, so the "It also built up my strength so Preight repaid.AIl
was able to resume my business "this is the most exquisite dinner set
I finest things to be had for money are : material .n ededfor_ attachIng! the without
which is onerous, as I not only edit we ever handled. The price Is $150." screens and doors Included
/, sought at our store and the expectation my own paper but also do great, deal Til take It," said Mrs. Richley, "If extra, cost., .
'j- : i -S '/\ is never disappointed. Our stationery of 'outside writing. you'll agree to mark It'Imitationprice. na.-aremadeoniy, ) to order yet returnable If not satisfactory

: / 's 'World is the whole thing, not "I find that the Grape-Nuts diet enables 13.90.: 5 MORE THAN
me to write -with greater vigor I f 5 200,000. HOUSES ARE FITTED WITH BURROWES'SCREENS.
\ & hemisphere. Everything from a 5- "Of course but-er-that's rather anadd v S S .,- -
r than ever before, and without& the feeling .
-t 77'\ cent tablet tojhe most. elegant of P0HOOTON'S of brainfag with which I used to request" i
lite stationery.: :: Jes., but I want to deceive our set-r Every practical -improvement in screen construction during the past
be troubled. As to bodily vigorIcan
: ant glrL"-Philadelphia! Press .' thirty years was,first used, 'o.' us.
and do walk miles every day with-
ii out fatigue-a few squares used to Drop postal to P.. O.,Box 104, or phone 1015 and local representatir
1 ai'
PHARMACY. Nurse-The b'aby'has your : weary me before I began to live ,on Bnnkeed."Bilking will call to give you estomatea.Subs.ribe .

sir.. Grape-Nuts! Name given by Postum says there's nothing In these

;r The Birthplace of Prompt De1iveryS Sc2nlodS-Do you. thk,.so? Co.There's. Battle Creek. Mia Read the little. Cet-rfch-qulck toWbat'-happe schemes.ed to"him?"

Phone 1100. WeQ.fiatty 1m has giad it that_some foe The a Road WellvilJe.*.* In .-' "I. think.he's- married_ to a t1nhefreu.LouIsytlleCourlerJouruaj. (; : for The Journal



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h T. differed with ptU* for thirty-ill rear' I '
On year ago innS April I begin Uklnc CuearaM Special
GRAND LODGEMEETING for eoBitlpition. In th.eoari of a weeI aotieod Opening Sale -
th*piltt b (*n to dUtppcar and at th. end of six
week*they aid not (rouble m. at all. Caieareu .
bar.don wonder for. me. I am anh1rIyend and
tool Ilk.a new man." George.Jtryder Napoleon a j

.: L1; Best ForccATT Monday Tuesday WednesdayA


Large Delegation'Will Go From I I -
S i .

''\\Inired and twelve years Pensacola to Palatka ToMorrow i ; i y Morning we will formally open Our New Balcony with a complete line Ladies' Waists Suits II
PleMant.Palatable.Potent.Taste Good.Do Good. ON'Mon ,
ago Sunday, March 11. 1794, an and N...,biekea. Weaken or Gripe ltc!.So.lie.H.rer I and Childrens' Dresses.
Tuesday.. old Guaranteed in bulk. Th.enre cennlne or yonr money tablet stamped back. C C a. Everything in stock is Strictly New and up to date and the ladies '

ac .-at- passed by congress autluytf'na Sterling .,Chicago or N.V. 593 are especially invited to come and bring their friends. X X X' X X X I .

he formation, of our A big delegalion of Pythians wiL ANNUAL i.iTEi: MILLION BOXES I . .
leave Pensacola"to-morrow morning I .. . 1
the ---'
nay 1:111 from time of Admiral and Tuesday morning for Palatka, -.

Fla., where the annual .
meeting of the
Paul Jones to Admiral grand lodge is to
l Dewey we'va controlled our Wednesday and continuing for three : Bargains
days. Every 'l loa'ge in
Pensacola will COMMITTEE .
TO uaiiusoiuw line of
of salt water. A new. fine
stare have its full delegation, and In addi-
Waite LawI Saratoga Waists Bargains for Men
tion there -will be only
Put i it was many years before grand lodge officers perfect fitting,.embroidery and
to attend from
and It Is probable
be United States had it's that some IPythaans iray accompany tucked fronts, made to retail at Sheer White India-Llnon, lOc quality 100 dozen best 50c Fleeced Shirts,

f share of the Clothing trade. th 9 party. The Pensacola delegation MAKE 'l. ,O. special for this sale .,,.$t.19 .? .,..6c special for Monday. .. .... .298
.*iil be Joined here by the representatives SHORT 1 lot of finest $1.75 White Lawn 15c Combed Yarns India Litton 100 down N'M n's Madras Shirts

Xow -\merican.made clothln's! from the Century lodge. and at or Linen Waists, button- ole em,. .' ..>.,.1Oe made to sell for 75c; we bought

is acknowledged to be the best Bagdad and Milton bythe delegates broidered fronts. nicely tucked Our 19c India L non in this sale 12fce this, lot under \talne and win
from those places. By the time the newest style fiheers* opening The Double Fold. Persian Lawn give you a bargain Monday'* ..490

in he world. Come in'and examine train reaches River Junction the sale price.. .. .... .. .. '....$1.39 very sheer.. ... ..' .n..,.........4 c '200 dozen Men's &< \yc Seamless'
pj-rty will be a large one. VISIT $2.50 fine White, Lawn Lingers 45-Inch very sheer Persian Lawn Jocta a great ,bargain! at... '.....9o, .
the goods. Those who .will go from Pensacolaare .Waists" very dressy and stylish 25c kind .' 1 e 50 BOero Men's full Seamless Socks ,

as follows: a special opening bargain.,.$2.19 All other lines likewise reduced. 26o' valnes. Tim only, to go at...14o X
Henry Horsier, vicechancellor White or Black Jap-Silk' 35c anti 39c
grand Walats. 19c Double Fold Dimities in as- Sprrng style Neckwear -
I I : Geo. S. Hallmark, past grand trimmed with ace and '100 dozen various
tucks styles,
sorted checks ..,..15c
STM1DAitanIFLORWA chancellor; \vill -A.. Allen past grand Rivers and Harbors CommitteeWill |2.50 ""values special. .. .. ..$1.98 logo at" .. ?.....25o
lS chancelor; T. E. Welles past grand $3.0 Fine Jap Silk Waists in blackor Very fine 25c Dimities for.. 19c ,. '

chancellor, and the following representatives Arrive at 7 a. m. and white trimmed In broad 8c Lace Striped checked Nain
: tucks, iiqwestsleeves sook .. .. ... .. .....Sc '
special $2.69 New Wash Goods
I Damon Xflt. 13.-J. Ed., Williams, F Departat'Ipm.I .' ;We are .also:".$owiDg' dozens of 8c quality of checked Nainsook for.6c .
=- E. Brawner and J. I> Goss. other styles in"Lawn and Silk Waists In assorted size checks. -

CURIOSITIES. Pensacola.No. 3-Henry Pfeiffer, 'J. from the cheapest to the finest Linger Also the 15c kind ..10c ;W* are, now w pared to .show. youthe / ;:

Live and Stuffed Alligators ready Geo. White Sr.. and R. H. Hlllard. Secretary W..C. Jones of tha Cham- eyecta at special prices. Also the 18c kind for.* ... ... ,. ..15c handsomest line ever brought to'Pacui&.L ''

t JD r shipment end Rathbone Thos.' F.No..Wrighton.30.-:-Chas. Steward* \ ber of Commerce yesterday receiveda New Silk Suits, New Wash Skirts, Also the 23c kind for.. .. ... .. ..18c New Printed. Batiste.' New Ornndfta :
wood with
Orange canes, alligator. telegram from New Lawn and. Linen Suits : .
Hon. New ,
S. M. Lawn
Spark. ,,
Heals.:!! 75c. Rathbon_ SIstrs-Mra.', H, J and Kimonos. Panama Cloth, very fine for infants _New: j Chiffon Ocgaridy; New
of Jap
man, a member the
Sea Shells! and Shell Jewelry, Shell Xevn e. supreme representative, Mrs. Harbors Rivers, and wear and fine underwear Princess .Tissue, New Check 'and dot
Committee .
advising himthattire
in! J Wood Novelties Leather Goods a F. Williams, grani secretary; Mrs., Committee would reach Pensacola 12 yards in a piece for.1.25. 1.50, ted'MMras.-. m

8pcialt). J. }I. Clutter and Mrs., H. Horsier.A about seven o'clock Tuesday morningand Special Silk ,Bargains 2.00! ( 'and.. .. f .......'$2.50

MRS C. N. McCLURE,. would leave here at one o'clock,
Opera House Building GOOD COMPANY WHICHIS p. m., the same'day. NEW ARRIVALS IN SILKS. SpeaalWashGoods:

107 E. Government St. Pensacola. Fla. WELL REPRESENTED Owing to the ,brevity of the com We have just received 25 pieces of Special Bargains-Towels

.. mittee's stay here, it will be impossible Jap Silks, 27 Inches wide, all the new 1 tot of lOc and 12%c Double; "

to undertake any elaborate enter. shades. We bought them at a bar ,5c White Crash! Towels, special wWxii' PercakB' all colors, special -
R. K. WHITE, In this issue of The Journal appears tainment for them. but SecretaryIJones gain and will give our customers the each.. .. .. ..1.' ...3',4c12c Mon.tay./,.. .. .. .....**.o
Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler a big ad for the Metropolitan Life In. \ '
is arranging for advantage. Jugular 40c value
the for'
a on Large White Linen Huck Finest tic. Printed Madras Shirt- '
and Graduate Optician. surance Company, for which J. R. McLaughlin bay and out,into the gulf as far as 25c :>d. Towels, noW'' .. .. .. ..9c In/gs'for./ .... .. .._.. .. ..' ....12Vaa
Is This
Palafox St. Pensacola Fla. local agent. company :
30 S. the channel is being dredged, the boat The latest thing in White and
has only been represented In to leave the west side of Comman- /black, narrow hair ,line plaids Extra large 15c White Huck Towels Beet_ 15c Zephyr Ginghams, new ,
Pensacola about two months, but dur l ciancia street docK at 8:30 o'clock, p: and stripes'for now.. .... .. ..12c choice styles special '.Monday,
TERSELY TOLD ing that time they have closed a big sharp Tuesday morning. mer waists and, spring costumes and sum reduced Large Bleached Turkish Bath'Tow- I per'yard'>' ... ., .,.. .. ..: to

lot of business,:and the many people. i ne reception and entertainment from 75cto: .. .. ... 59c yd els, 35c value special.. .:.'.'.. .,25c -. ,.lOc .an4 .12c Dress Ginghams in
who are familiar with the many advantageous committee is requested to assemble at Special line of Fancy Silk, new 1 lot of fine all Linen .German Q'ewChecks,' Plaids Andtripes'
F }o'. Bingham is quite HI at his features of the companyare the passenger depot at 7:30 o'clock to figures, a variety of all colors Damask Towels, 35c ,and, 39c special Monday.. .. ...84o '

borne on East 11111 with pneumonia. I ,enthusiastic over the Metropolitan meet the Congressional party and accompany for 39c. worth, 52c. values, now.. .. .. .,. .. .. .-.2Sc Incase: of 8%c' Fancy Plaid Check: .;

James C. McDonald: treasurer of Life. In today's ad., is shown a .them on, their cars to the Black Taffeta $U-ks'in the Chiffon and Striped 'Dress Ginghams, .

thp Hardware Company, of financial statement which should be Louisine and Rustle weights, apectal Monday... ..' .. .. ._.6 4e ;
Briggs boat.An I .
Valdosta, Ga.. is in the city on a short of interest to every policy holder and effort' is being made to secure $1.25 :36-inch Taffeta Silk for this Lace and Embroidery' :3 cases: of Milt End Calicoes in

business and pleasure visit to every prospective policy holder. the dredge "Cau us'" for the trip but.. sale reduced to.. .... .... 95o god cohqrings. 6c, and 7c values j I 1
This company Is represented here bya If this fails, either the steamer 'Monarch" J1.39: 36-Inch Taffeta Silk ;
for this ,special Monday\ :per ,yard.. .. rS%c1 t
\Vhitin the little daughterof ,
Agnes corps of competent solicitors, and pr the "Columbia" will be used. sal?, reduced 'to. .. .. ....J1.10 Bargains '.- ,
10T&T'ds good Shewing Domestb.
JJr anj Mrs P. D. Henderson, who they are always ready to explain the v f
tas been! ill for the past week is retorted full particulars of the working of the $1.50 36-inch Taffeta' Silk, for. this _special Monday: for... .. .., .. 39c
sale reduced .. .. .
to .... ..$1.19 200 Ke.w'nam1H1rg 1ging.and: ,
a. somewhat impro\ed. company. Their office Is located in -- pcs. ; :
$1.75 38 inch Taffeta Silk,for thisBargain ,
finger Tricks.Sit
the West Gov. Inserting 8c and lOc values;;to* "-, -
sC'hooner' Salisbury building on -'
F. utter. .
The fishing in a chair and rest the of the I in Pou de Sole-We will sell :
ernment street. tip I Monday at. .... .,. ......5c"
o. the fleet of Saunders & Co., arrived first finger of either hand on the top $1 R5 grade of Pou de Soire for ..$1.35 go .. SOUVENIRSGiven
Jn with a catch of 1,000 i 160 extra ,good and wide
port yesterday of your head. Ask a person to raise $1.75 grade of Pou de Sole tor.$1.39 pieces
snappers.W I Embroideries and Inserting*, '
Some Cr *ra.v the hand by grasping your wrIst. San-1 Away
O. TarVington representing ranging from 15c to 19c values,
When Emperor Napoleon L was dow with all hU strength, could not New White '

the Sit>bt'l Bros. dog and pony shows, is in crowned king of Italy at :Milan May lift the hand of a child. He would I; special Monday.. .. .... ...lOc .
city making
for the appearance of that showin 23. ISO::;. he placed the iron crown ol raise the child from the floor, but itS | Lingere Linens One case of very fine Swiss Embroideries .

Pensacola on :\Iarchl and 22. Lombardy upon his head with his ntn finger would not be moved from its' and Insertings just in, the From 9 to 11 o'clock

bands, exclaiming, DIeu! me fa dome: bead. j Fine White Linen Lawns, special greatest values ever offered. ;
Re,'. AV Vreeland who has been
absent from Q.the city for, several days gare a qui la touch" {God has given It Another trick shows how easily the dew 'bleech, at.29c, 39c, 45c and 5c and 9c Torchon Laces.: Monday / Monday Morning

TiMnng in Atlanta and Selma, has re- to me; beware who touches It), wnkU strength in the fingers of any ordinarlperson's I 59c per yard. only. %cOne

tnrned and will conduct the morning was the haughty motto attached to It hand can part the fists of a White 'Belfast Lienn Walstlngs case of all Linen Torchon Lacesto we will give away a hand-
strong man. Place fists and Suitings, special dewbleechat
and evening services at the Palafox by Its ancient owners. your togetherat 1 '
Methodist church. The Hungarian crown wonTat theft arm's. length, let another ,person :' per yard 19c' to. .. .. .. 65c go In this sale very cheap.A some. souvenir to every purchaser \
strike simultaneously your left fist A very attractive'lne) of new. Mercerized handsome line of New Val and
accession the of Austria I i
with one finger in downward directIon White''Waislings from Round Thread Laces to go at
\ small quantity of Blue, Ribbon a X:
Lemon or Vanilla flavors perfectly. as kings of Hungary:SOO Is t\e identicalone It and your right fist with one finger lOc per yard to.. .. .. .. .....49c SPECIAL CUT PRICES. of $2 or over.
worn by Stephen years ago.
Aisoluteiv: pure, goes twice as far" and In an upward direction. No matter;
is'of pure gold and weighs nine marks
the Blue Ribbon Flavor" is perfection how hard you press your fists togeth. --. -
six ounces (fourteen pounds) antf is I --
adorned with 53 sapphires 50 fdbles.I 1 ere they will fly apart. I i II

FREE ENTERTAINMENT TOMORROW NIGHT emerald The crown and :238::of: pearl the king of Franceis As every Why one"0"knows I. Round., the letter "V, T. H. Lannon & Co. i iiiii

a circle enameled, adorned with IL
precious stones and heightened np with Is the fifteenth in the English alphabet j II 1 .
(II I 0 Anson will introduce Buster eight arched diadems rising from asninny It, has four sounds, one of"Whi<'h, as in'' J
B-own: the .
10 Pensacola public tomoric go, is probably one of the oldest and
fleurs-de-lis, that conjoin at the
) night at Seville square at helped to fix its shape. The letter in .
tu: >ck 81 top under 8 double fleur-de-Ua all of the Hebrew and Phoenician alphabetSbat II .. I' ,,,- -
'his is a unique entertainment and eolJ,-Chaneben',JonrnaL .; .: 1 I
corresponded to the long o was .
is free for all It comprises apr
called ayn or eye and was represented -
: :
interesting! lecture by Forrest

D II.Rh. and moving pictures. show I A Contributor."I course by a this rude was drawing often rendered of an eye. Of :..:. :..,:...:...:...:..:,..a.:..':"':'.':."'''''':' .1f.g: :..:...:+:..:.. Services at 10:30 a. m. and S p.: m. 10 a., m.. H. J. Mackey. Strpt.
fag: iews of the white house, of Bus- should like to contribute more simplyas y'i Rev. Helle, pastor, Communion at 11 a. m. conducted by
*fl> Brown and a lot of shoe making than J do to conversation." said young a circle with a dot in the middle S S S E. B. CerutL Prayer meetlnfc Thursday -
news. by the Brown Shoe 'and at last it became the custom to Church of Christ. at 7:30 '
Company, Mr. Muddle. 'i! Services the Churches p. m. 'All cordially invit
\which I at
of S: LOUIS The entertainment will "Your mere presence contributes omit the dot, gave us merely ale Church of Christ cor. Jackson and ed.

lair about one hour and a half, and isIs something." replied JIlss Cayenne. d! time present form of the letter. Alcanlz Streets. Bible school 10 S S S

hich good as many entertainments for "Conversation, you know is!!, largely ,,:, +:,"'''lt.i.: :g.-JI....:...:..:...:'..:...:..':..:...:...:. ...:...: :...:...:... a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 Salvation Army. ;
one dollar is charged.A made up of polite nothings."-Washington Strength of lee. p. m. by W. T. Tracy. Prayer meet' Meetings nightly at the Army Hall.A .
special rate of 15c for round trip Star. Winter brings ice, and ice brings;! ing Wednesday evening 7:45. Song!: cordial welcome Is extended to all.
on f the ilummv line has been arranged skating! which makes the bearing hollowing will be the order of services day 11 a. m.; Matins and sermon 4 p. practice Thursday '7:30: p. m. All I Sunday school every Sunday 2:30 p.
'b'1 occasion, and peop'e! from strength of i ice a subject of Interest at the'.various churches throughout welcome. m. Richard Norris captain in ch.rge.
th navy yard and Ft. Barrancas will ("..lee. For Dutt.r."t'. m.Week Holy Communionevery S S a a
the city to-day: Days: .
A conservative, estimate la as follows
*> guen an opportunity to witness Butterfly collectors are seldom able Catholic. Thursday lOa. m.; services Baptist. First Church of Christ. Scientist/
Two Inches thickness
tv: mm'ins picture entertainment for to estimate with any confidence the support .St., Michael's Churca. First mass every day at 4 p. m. First Baptist Church Sunday First Church of Christ, Scientist-
*\tn IPS* than car fare. Don't miss I value of their collections since the a man; four inched, a man on horseback o'clock; children's mass 9 o'clock! 7'' a S S school 9:30: a. m. Rev. Thomas Hubert -f Service at 11 a. m. Services will be

K 4< is instructive, funny and: Inwpsting prices for !specimens so constantly va ; five inches, aa eighty poundergun last mass' 10:30 o'clock; vespers Episcopal.Christ of Roanoke, Ala., win! fill the pulpit -, held in the Pensacola Library build

The Buster Brown moving ry. A case In point la that of the blno ; eight lactafl 'a battery of artillery o'clock. I Church-Rev, P. H. Whaley. at both morning and evening ser. ing on East Chase. street
1I 'flres are great favorites and all with .rrtages: antt horses attached Allen, of Mobile, S S
butterfly of Brazil, specimens of which Right Rev. Bishop D. D. Rector. Sundays 7:30 and 11 a. vices.
th.If' ."hildren as well as grown up folks were originally sold for from $50 to ; ten Inches an innumerable multi Wll; preach at High Mass In, St. Mich-J. m.;; 5 p. m.Wednesdays. ,East Hill Baptist Church 11th Ave. Second Church of Christ, ScientistTha
"ny\ it. School children are ttde. ael's church today. oj W. Secono? Church of Christ.
$75. AfterwcHfJ Mine collectors who ] and Fridajs-Holy and Chase Street-Rev. J. Senter-
tl''lall;: invited (to attend. St. Joseph's Church-Until further' at 5 fit, pastor. Sunday School at 10. Scientist-Services every Sunday
supplied! the London market ran into a Communion. 7:0:: a. m; Daily p' a.
A Sad Condition. notice is ginn'the following will be morning at 11 o'clock, Wednesday afternoons
perfect swarm of these butterflies and m. Preaching every second and fourth
lA.l J COBV'S DELIVERY '1'11 be a n::rse." paid little Vic. the Lenten Service schedule at S'.|m.For notice will beigiven. i 3 o'clock. Reading room
week special
shIpped to England such quantitiesthat ", holy Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
And cur the family so qulckP! I Joseph's church on West Government open dally from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m..
WAGON SMASH-UP better specimens than the original She donned an apron long and whit. Ii I Prayer meeting every Tuesday night' where Christian Science literaturemay
Insects'cold for $1 each. It not Infroquently .- Ant tied a kerchief cap on tight. street' : St. John's Church, WarringtonRev. -I I at 7:30 o'clock. be had. Room: 6 Masonic Tem
,OUi', of Jacobv's delivery wagS happens that two or three But then "Oh. dear." cried little VI .. I Sundays'-:'7 a. m. La'IU3: and Instruction j J. R. Bicknell priest In charge.' West Hill Baptist church, W. Jack ple.
inclugE'd! in a complete smash-up dl "There Isn't an)body slckf ; 9 'a m.,. Synday school; 10Jam. j Services'today 11 a.m. and 7:30 p. m.' son 8tf t-Rev. J. W. Senterftt.pas-' S
specimens of a certain familyare -Youth'&DanIol: High Mass and Instruction 7:301! Mission-Rev. J. R. Bicknejl .
; :"rja afternoon .. ; Century j tor. school 10 Preach.
: when the horse Sunday a. m.
covered by,collectors, who, encouragedby --_........:...- I No services St. Cyprian Mission (Col.)
triht at an automobile and \took p. m. Vespers Jnstruction. Rosary andj'Benediction priest in charge. ing every first and third Sunday at 11 St. Cyprian Mission, (colored) Old
the -received for theIr Tfc Old'a.. I I
for high price* f the Mountain. of the Blessed today' !
the tall tImber, sm/isaing a. m. and 7:00 p. m. Prayer meeting, Christ Church Building-Rev, D. D.
I e Vehicle to smithereens and strew- finds, are tempted to prosecute their The title "Old Man of the Moun Wednesdays-7:30 p. m., Rosary; : Metnodxt. I every Sunday 7 p. m. I Moore pastor. Sunday school 3:39

t:* u& big load of groceries out along search for this particular variety wltbC tain" was first.applied Ilassau. Ben' Reading on the Passion and Bene-! Palafox Street Methodist Church- I ja. m. Services 11 a. m.' and 7:30 p. :

P road.s a consIIQuence"Ir.. Ut result for several.years. Soddenly Sabbau, thief of a Mohammedan sect: alct'on' of the ,Blessed Sacrament_ f Rev. W. Q. Vreeland, pastor. Services I Presbyterian.First m. Holy communion every third Sun

Jal'Oby had to make up many of his they or !some' other collector finds the who founded a formidable dynasty in Fridays-7:30 p. m., Way or "tli"a 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school Presbyterian Church-Rev. day.

Dtdl'rs over again and some of them Insects' grown plentiful and the cherished Syria. A. I). K>90. Banished from his Cross and Benediction of the Blessed! 9:30 a. m. J. N., Andrews, Supt. Julian S. Sibley, pastor. Sunday LARGE, CROWDS WENT TO
Serp d1llver rather late. Under the varieties of the cabinet become country, be took up his abode on Mount Sacrament. I Epworth League 6:30: p.. m. Home school 9:30 a. m. Christian Endeavor
trumstanrf's.! however\ the d lay In among; the commonest specimenAChl Lebanon gathered a band of follower,: Holy Mass on week days at 8!! Missionary Society wfll meet Thurs- 4:30 p. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and DeFUNIAK YESTERDAY

URht to be excusable. -ro Poet I and soon became the terror 'of Jews. o'clock, except Saturdays when It will i day afternoon at 3:30.: 7:30 p. at.Sunday .
p- Christians and Turks. They all obeyed be at 7:30 o'clock. Gadsden Street Methodist Church school at the Stoddart Avenue Large crowds went from //Pcnsacola!
-- -- .-- -- bis orders !implicitly; in the belief that Confessions In the evenings before!; Rev. F. Al: "Rogers pastor. Regular Mission at 3:30 p. m. C. F. Zeek and all points along the P. l A. line.
I vouJd'recei'e j Sundays. Holy Days of Obligation and services 11 a. m..'and 7:30 p. m. Sun.*superintendent. AH are cordially In- to DeFunlak yesterday In fact the
First Fridays from p. m. to 9 p. m. day school 9:30 a. m. Epworth League ; vited. crowd that attended the Chautauqua

MAKE YOUR OWN DRESSES. as the his joys followers of paradise.were These celled assassins among,i appointment.Baptisms Sundays at 2 p. m. or by 7 p. m., .* UniversalistFirst S S S of yesterday th? season.wag about the largest any

themselves, rode roughshod over the Rfght Rev. Bishop Allen of Mobil: Lutheran Church. I Unltersallst Church-East J About two hundred 'tickets :were
'' s easy to do If will get Butterick's Patterns: IL you country for about 200? Wbea.
you ye4e. will preach at the 7:30 p. m. service. German Lutheran .ur'h-Rev. ,J' Chase stre t. Sunday School at 10 a. sold from Pensacola. and many jier-!
ould' be In st>'le, be sure and buy BUTTERICK'S PATTERNS ever their chief the Old Min .f the a'a F. W. Reinhardt. pastor. Sunday m. Y. P. a U. 6:30 p. m.AH are eons came from points north of the t

0. 15 and 20c.Cae's. Mountain, thougot Limsef! injured, SU Katharine's-Cervantes and Davis School ,9 a. m., German service 10:30: cordially Invited to attend, I city and went out with the Peosacola ,

cent' a band of these men secretly street. Rev. Andrew T Sharpe S. English service 7 p. m. English Len. S SS !crowd. Although late in setting '1
:Eloc> s1ore.; murder toe offender) and it was h)1 T. B. rector. ten service every Wednesday night at f Christian. home those who attended from h.r. ;-.,

'*0..e 2"s. 213 *.4rth Pallor ."_1, P.n..H'. this that our word assassin Sundays: Holy Communion 7:30' a. 7:30 p. or, First Christian church -. 43 E.I reported.. having spent an eajoyablt l'dJe.
took ItS metnin m.;; Holy Communion island 3rd.Sun- Scandinavian Lutheran r Church Gregory street. Sunday school .


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be held wholly' responsible: for an accident -: known )Jegal, 'lights, In this section of "" HHf .*, ** 'I. H" "' "-r .,,"H ." ..

1ri i t natnIa Jonfrtal '-which occurred through the Florida. :tand:; : : i "- 1ti.15
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negligance ot else. state
some one he '' -By t p

A great many parents seem to be state :
Yery careless about 'Where their children remember, CLASSES -

DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY.. play. They let them run' all'' speech; dellv Ii- : ,Judge of Pensacola's :

over the street at all times of the day that body. '
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT and it is all the more of a wonder Judge Municipal Court *
..BY... that more of them ,are not injured. tion as a t

Nurses out with children are many eloquence ''ha I HHH- tfHf: ** MHHlH !

LV THE JOURNAL COMPANY.FRANK tmes! extremely careless about the all whose g I
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safety of their chargsa and that' ac' to hear him. little charitable towards the daw

ciafents in --these cases,are not of' frequent Like fallen of the world. n M*

1.. MAYES President and General, Manager. occurance is a marvel hard to Laney I Th9 reformation of the criminal
understand.The : to prove k& matter of conscience and not a

: MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. Journal would not be misunderstood .. and The of deal law,less do with Courts the have regu'at051.!a t-2 PI

r about its position in this matter.I congratulated society than does society itself. t

It does not blieve! that the street car: cess in sj-stem of law or coda of morals Je
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. is with tor. devised 'purely for the punisment: i It
company complying its. charter
m Year.$5 00 One Month........ .......... 45 i crime can work out the reform,:
ODe ..... ....... 50 One Week.......... ....... 10 in the matter of providing proper; __ -, of the criminal for statistics lhe"!
4 Three Six Mouths Months...:::....... J %5 Weekly Ed1tton, per year..$l. 00 fenders._and it does believe that the! Let Your i ', 4 that where ,penalties are most sev-4!
t-4; city council should compel the com there crime most largely abounds

Detailed pany'to'do so. But it would like also Do I ; p :: derneath all law there must be a broti(rll-
Pensacola Newspaper From Which a ings philanthropy and in
I Ibq The Only to impress on parents that they havea : the enf3re0'of : l4G

.. :LP: maeaS' Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. responsibility which cannot be ;When this :I -___ humanity the law some recogn.tion; of th -

shifted and that no matter how perfect I you the last _ There is

tJ Offices, 108 and 110 East'' I j'Papers on Sale on Trains cars the might safety be, the equipment responsibility of the street of exercislng" -,'of the Central day- or gone alh,

I and at all News Stands
with to
"all of solely
Government. reasonable care as to where: '4 -
-$ their children play 'must always rest much for M ,but a
} Lg 'I classed as :
P SACOLA. FLORIDA. SUNDAY MORNING' MARCH 11. 1906( with the parents themselves. But it can at ali,

I can help you munity 111el

Why; Not Settle the Street I I Postmaster Northup Hon. Chas. H. Laney I 'office It can your I slumming elp

Superintendent Controversy? Is Improving. Will Write for The Jour ai. for you-and I Into tain ::
do H. LANEY. people in '
The public particularly the tax Congratulations to Postmaster Nor I The Journal takes pleasure in presenting paper if you about itJ,

paying public, is tire4 and disgusted, thup. For the first time since The to Its readers this morning' You don't r I the fallen La Ld SIa

Journal can remember a whole week the first, '! 'J' by degrees. Society calls These are
;with the whole' Gingle5-Lon -Board of one of what it knows is going paper until !

? i Works-City Council controversy.What has gone by without anyone else's to. be a most interesting and enter.II'advertising I the other a gentle world.In the. 'Ia

the public wants is good; mail, with one lone exception being taming series of articles. Hon. Chas.H. It can dispo -night some boys were' shall Rive 'Ib

streets and more of them and it does placed in The Journal's box. Laney,judge of Pensacola's municipal can secure:: In an upper room over a some .'
Of course,we have no idea how court and for many years a It can find ; cents a game. The Pensacola.
not who is street superintendent
much of The Journal's mail has! gone; practicing attorney at ,the bar, has any kind of and.they spent Sun, carefully
sufficiently -
he is, competent and
so long as CtyjaiL: That same Sat. tertaining
energetic to handle the job. astray or bssn delayed. although we consented to write for The Journal a for your I some lames and gentle-
do not know that any of it has been series of articles treating of "Our' '
your euchre in tha
The whole trouble can now be set ( progressive I have
tied by the immediate resignation of i but we piece of mail belonging to in a : price ,of _the, game was a '
and the Board of ; anyone manner that speaks well for the In short Mobile
? '& Gingles and Long
else has been : to set of cut glass; finger
delayed by haying continued
success of h's! series.
: Public Works and all of them ought newspaper people 'all went to '
take Its old-time circuit through ThJcurnal's Judge Laney is one of the best 111." !
to resign. The council could then following Sunday. stands
: elect a new board the board could box. Others are therefore the keno wheel mur* The9
evidently receiving some benefit from click of the etock-gair
r:4ij: hire a new street superintendent, and The Journal's work antf we are ...:+:...:..:+:+:+:+:+:+:+:+:...:.... : : : : Is holy music: in the ha, to subject those

the street superintendent could get The tax-dodger an
ILb figure
pleased to have been able to help may
4 down to business and attend to the | Said of PensacolaI may "be legally far apar subject
? work which he is paid to perform.So : they touch arms. ized .
? Since The (Journal has taken up this stand like the Pharise The
far as the two street superinten. subject of service at the Pensa- f. knd'Pensa
poor I i iI thank God that we ar show that
ft3 dents are concerned, the public does cola postoffice it has received a great people, but we are wicked city ( ;

not want either of them. It does not many' words: of ,encouragement from ..:.. (''':''J!. A.:;:.A":"':"':+>><"':' t<"':.":"':' much like other people: time to
'i4 want Gingles because he left his postof all sides. It has also received many I I --. : '! : culture environment al existing :
differentiations:: but our largely
duty at the very time when above more complaints about "the service I i Talking of Pen cola.I .' home in the' enough in common tc treat the !

'IW't all other times he was needed in the from sources where it did not suspect I Pensacola Is now about through located his who are responsible f"r standpoint

city. It does not want Long becau3e any dissatisfaction existed, and, as with the throes-"throws" of con- another disap of 'the public at least a the

i11 few people believe that he has suffl ,Postmaster Northup seems disposed I confetti that is of Mardi Gras. for the Dr.. .Byers- left
time being and can now call a halt fig hcme. He .
cient practical knowledge of road now to give; this matter some little and once more settle; down to busi-tune in the ..+. f.. .. ....+...........

i1fk; building to make him a competent attention we are going to enumerateJust I ness. This year's carnival is said to eied thousands!

12ij man for the position and it is, moreover two of those complaints with I have bean highly successful. The that' father n 'J WINNING OF !| :

4 ; doubtful if he can legally; retain the hope that he will have the service, I night parade-the ball and ,the" Floral News;
crowds-are all described as "great; I
it. These'gentlemen ought. theret1t'i In those respects at least
and though some good people ,con A Uttle Hard
'fore to step down and out, end the One complaint Is to the effect that tend that ,such festivities ,don't 'pay, "Ex-Gov.: J A. i 1.I

aJ1; litigation; and the controversy and many fcuslne&s men who 'have poSt. the Pensacola Mardi: Gras Joust Tiave 'Broward._.,_" is_,: 't:} :
r1ki make room for another man. office boxes find it impossible to get turned a good; deal of money loose in vui* journal.T i. "

r4:1 mail of anykind delivered at their the good; old town in"this year of,Our est enemy .4"S. Jacksonville :
( : When it comes to the Board of Lord. i than this.-Ja
I; Public Works the differences existfl resld' nces. There is a certain class The King of the Carnival over there I .. .- .... ...................... I
of mail which some men prefer would Recorder : -
; ing In that superheated and super this year was a man wen known in Lane
!tF4ti;; ; conceited body ought to be soon set go to their resio"ences:" and they haveit :Jacksonville, and for that matter be Recorder .'''men and Democrats of pretty and !
so addressed with the street and throughout the entire peninsula--the a rapid-fire aake4 that the Governor with proves
an tled. There is no pay in the positions number. But complaint is mada that Hon. John E. Stillman, collector of not guilty.", I to' them on a matter and homes I

1'iA and no good; reason why Turner and the port. The Hon. John-who, by the 104< cases', interest .to all the peo grow too
where a has box
man a at the
tr4 Zelius should not each resign and allow post- way has mada himself one of the day after--Ma -the propriety of spend argument 2I
office, this mail frequently or, in some no "serious"
the council to elect a board tliat most popular men in Pensacola, and of money on a propos- Now the
cases invariably: goes into the box in' who when he isn't enjoying himselfor fines of $100 f development. Politics misguided,
could be in harmony with somebodyor this Judge
stead of to his. residence. We hope attending to your Uncle Samuel's n mixed 'with the proj- done all '
something. The members of the the postmaster will look this matterup. business gets busy .by dealing in ,real the plain' that with th's poli to stop
yy4 present board cannot agree among estate-the Hon.: John-to start it} allover wind up in issues should have of
News. 50.Chlldren'a
themselves and they are certainly not again-has a whole raft of do. When It is propos-"poor !
Another complaint Is in referenceto friends in Jacksonville, where he .was Florida
m running things to suit the public. Jones Not as_ poor as he is a
the service at the general deliveryand formerly in business. NowaoJays, be a so,1av1shlywesh uld knows as I

m, The Journal does not believe thai ,stamp windows. There is one is in clover, which is certainly as it just There is in not any man be right or steer a. :
Lfri anyone particular man is to blame stamp window, one general delivery should be. The Queen of the Carnival are not ; whether_ the expenditure have
this occasion
for this present disagreeable state of window for ladies and one general on particular was begin to boil this discussion the gov men and
Miss Dalsye Hyer one.of the acknowledged 'state has seen proper to wrought
1ETf affairs. The whole trouble dates back delivery window. for men, The most of belles of the Deep Water City 'inoffensive ons not germane or perti cation of :
i thing-and !
I1 to the time when Mr. Gingles alter the 'time or at least a great deal of of the GulLTalking I I by the way.a H which should have no confined to ; JI

being elected by popular vote to the the time, there is but one clerk to of Pensacola It hag often passing that or fair bearing wait for a

office of city alderman. allowed his'Wends serve all three windows and 'when been said by close observers that the !Moreno Jones ; 'BUt since he has mented by
prosperity of a town often bejuaged
to persuade him to resign the a number of people are stana'mg out- may cently been : it is necessary to prove I by settlers :! I
by the character and conditionof '
view need not possible
sfflce and accept a salaried appoint- side waiting for -
stamps or mail the its newspapers. If this be true against others as the view taken The I
ment at hands of Pensacola must certainly" rated A
the a board whica service is decidedly slow and unsatisfactory. District ., not
11; he himself had helped to create. '.T 1e' Thia also ,we hope will bo No. 1 among Florida's galaxy Thai of nothing In this : would have others" be the "poor j
cities; for it has in the shape of
qfA next mistake occurred when Mr. Gin investigated.BufasVe. Pensacola Journal not only one of the I everybody the railroads of Florida nor loves, I

D1i gles applied for pennJ8s on' t to leave -said',tPostmaster' NorthupIn Deist: papers in 'the :state, but one of i the town's of the people. Let selves .
Mayor-has done by one of these
the city during the yellow fever and improving and with a few more the most influential. Frank L. Mayes i : rors, to the
entering tha that in all but de pie and
A the board gave him permission to do weeks' progress like the past one, the editor and publisher of The Journal advised his ; 'apply to 'all. ward the I
is not only a first-rate all-round
so. It he wanted to leave his post Pensacola ought, to have a fairly good:! newspaper man but a good businessman to use Is a ago the wilderness be- ernor

Just at a time when his services were postoffice service. a* well-a combination by the name friends In legion and :Miami was Neither

It Th most needed he should have resfgned way which is not so common: as it to the effect by a few groves. a few are

iLt1 and the Board of Public Works should I The Pensacola' Journal needs a might be. ':Mr. Mayes has recently has been, a or four country for
to his interests 'well- ijrue ttAugustnewas! good
have allowed him under hump on it about as big as a camel's.! added varied a In question. I
not to go any
Fi'; -ocala Banner equipped job office, which" is, however, leaves General |1 yet in all but age It all of them
&z other condition. Giving him indefinite The Banner will have a much entirely distinct from th admirable tion this time frontier village. Daytona I much: for
leave of absence is where the board than- newspaper be conducts- with BO much I ; i were po'nts: of supply their (
larger; hump that after Railroad by Mr. St
t-tt: fell down as well as Mr. Gingles. ability. That The Journal is in a Jacksonville :' whose goods came done. Yet :
Commissioner Burr 'gets through with highly prosperous condition is shown means of communica I roads and t

But all this is past history. No It ,by the fact that last Saturday Mr. Buckeye Got was both slow and ex wrong that i

ithi one can now help what has been done. Mayes signed a contract for a new A party St. Augustine,I that the

*14; We cannot undo the mistakes of the Responsibility of Parentsfor building, which is to be put up for offended at and thought were I mistakes i !
him on the corner pfDe Luna and the of they 1
: fjt: : past ten months. but several gentlemen cause they means comnrun-;(
Street Car Accidents. Intendencia streets by the Fisher a "negro Supreme Court ruled jure or : :
lliti can contribute materially to the estate. The Journal's new home is tobe Up. the north g. by the general gov.:j I we would !
r'1 avoidance of any more mistakes by While] the subject of street car fenders two stories high. ,with a stone haters. )>e used for develop-!IB. Broward

ritff4: quitting the game; right; now. and other proper safety appliances front, and "all'the modern con- as drainage and'a new a governor
eniences." The .front ,of the lower I I
Journal's Florida but the rail wise who |
.is there is
lIL1 In the interest therefore of official up another side of story will be devoted to the business The .of*the East Coast drew inatlon; or ;
jInhi ; harmony and the public good.: The the question tbat ,will also bear dig-: office which will be resplendent in I Gras edition this decision-it has of making
cussion. We refer to the carelessness' oak and plate glass. In,
'tt Journal calls on you, Messrs. Gingles : quartered to much ., But communication was so
and Long Turner and Zelius to re of parents in letting their children the rear will be composing_ : stereotyping Breeze. and finally reached Mia might not
play In' tha streets particularly streets and engine rooms while the point we now have a city opinion '
sign and give; those of our people who will be occupied by the
that' are traversed by the street upper Must Be a Bad be second only to three heart that :
4. about such differences car The build-
care nothing! petty lines. editorial force and so on: Th? of the'olden time. From we cannot
a chance to see what is being lug is to be ready for use, by August making it wilderness oranges and I Governor
Street car fenders for the which date The Uburnal will adda I
are purpose 1. on there. !
done and what they are getting; for began to flow northward that any
machine' to its 'linotype battery
!, their money. They already know who preventing-accidents. no matter new" Jacksonville Times-Union. a hard road and the stream still listen with !
whether the latter are the resuft! of *' more cognizant will! only cease in courtesy to
i> being done and what they are not the I
uncontrolable circumstances or not. agEJ- aid lettuce began as conduct or
Surprised Them All.
: Betting. Will the resignations bo believe The
market called for
They are Intended as lib savers" with- Pensacola has done herself proud them -
I : forthcoming? out_ regarrf f. as ,to where the responsibility again. Her Mardi Gras surpassed all edly putable attack new ;: Just now the stream

for the accident may lie, and previous festivities. MABIANNA waswell must t e a 'bad made. The up of cabbage let. !
tomato of
there and all crop
L An unregenerate Iowa preacher the street car company should therefore our people represented have returned!' wHl''pleased million-: crates will take II

:: named Scott. who is visiting in Pen- be compelled to properly equip with ,their outing.-Marianna .Thnes- next week and will fur.

acola, writes to his home paper complaining I with fenders every car'on its lines. Courier., _. 'S BoardLa to our' people till. June.
13; among other disagreeable' But on the other' hand a certain # Hare you Is getting ready and
I That Missing Child. to get into a till AprUabout 150,000 /
r things, of the hardness smallness. and amount of responsibility rests with
; The Pensacola Journal printed the are riding April' ,40, the pineap
\ undeslrability of the Irish po-I the public
general as well as with the street '
same story about the missing child of to do. In nme : road fragrant till
tithes 'Which he gets here. As these I car management for the prevention of Dr. Byers of Seeleyville. Ind., as did who enters too ardent and north

potatoes mostly come from Iowa., be I accidents.: When children playing in the Florala News. some weeks, ago. oft Bide. But ripe; about half a mil. at ,

,' ,ought not to kick on a home product the street are run over or injured bya There was 'an adopted boy In that ting In first;, : again.
who answered the description this line from the Stopping
city Jack-
even if he cannot rise above the some- street car., the element of contribu. your :
pretty well and! 'several -parties < what but altogether despicable -, torY And
ordinary negllgance enters into the case wrote the doctor with fthe result that comfort fluortshing. cities graded<< ,

i occupation of lying. very largely and the company cannot be made the trip-from his northern DOt. nte In aome.CIUie1S and Adults

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:.''Ytfr HAS PASSED r 1 .

'1 aniI 'GLADES ;:. AWAY I "The Quality Store" I '

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!)a n.fJt at ergl' Palatka Making Ready for Big Would Result in Making But Comparatively Died Last Night After a Residence

No Event-Program forthe Small Portion Available !
*'er ,, of Over Fifty Years in SPECIAL

it of Three Days Meeting. S Drainage Expert. Brings backa Pensacola ANNOUNCEMENT

atloov... \ hint of the olden days., .

.'Vf>:? paiatka Mar. Everything Is in Whether or not the drainage of the Stimulates and gives

>roaiients Da- readiness! lur the entertainment of the Everglades is practicable and wheth- renewed strength and vigor. CoL John Dunn for years one of .

Gracd Lodge; Knights of Pythias ed or not, If practicable, the carrying A favorite drink with all men. the most prominent citizens of Pensa- Monday, March 12th.

th, Tihich rotfts here on the 14th. 15th out of the plan will be any real Try it today cola, passed away last night at the

benefit and you'll forget corner of Palafox and, Main streets
and iTh insLSUJremE' to Florida., is still a question your years. ,
}1Oi&: that where he conducted a lodging house.
Is beini* discussed In all
i ail Chancellor Shively will be ALL GOOD DEALERS SELL IT"B&B"
oasatry tprf and take the '!D. 0. K. K. degree. the state, says the Jacksonville Times He tad been in'failing health for two

! Union. Atlanta or three years but It was not until a -
and contribute his presence and, giftsto
,tIo tie festivities of the week which Jt is recognized that the Injunction' few' months ago that he was compelled First Showing t .-
[nab granted ''by to take to his bed. He never
Judge Locke
COTJ.eer- :bId fair to be the most elaborate and n. _' .. .. .. ,. restraining.
me collection or the arose an4 death came at 10 o'clock
an1.) gn Pvthiamsm.enjoyable: in the history of Florida tar. has completely ended special all drainage further' --- last night to relieve his suffering. Of the Season's Latest Novelties in Fine Embroideries,

The Pthian. spirit Is in the air and effort toward the carrying out of Governor Morris DannheisserFormrly Colonel Dunn as he was familiarly Matched Sets, Corset-Cover Flounces, and All-Overs. '

put' (he -.'::- will doubtless he togged :out Broward's scheme at least until called was one of the pionsers:! in

OIJIe) go in gala habiliments! during the three the legislature devises some new plan Pure( Old;: Rye of Dannheisser and Bourbon.Bros.Fine) the hotel and restaurant business. He -, By far the handsomest collection "we have ever shown.

of the session of the
.in tars Grand if it ever does for securing funds. Wines. Beer ana Tobacco. came to Pensacola 1853 and in 1856

eat an.i l Lodge private Everybody citizen both is requested business man tog Despite< this fact however the suit in Old Hickory opened a restaurant, later connectinga Ranging in price from -

theLake ero r.t t... the United States courts has broughtthe 12 Whiskey MySpeclalty wine room with It. Since that time 20c to $1.25 a Yard ':

AlL! TI( social: functions are to be of Evergl des drainage question up W. Zarragossa street. : he has been constantly In this line of .' -
a pu..tic- nature and everybody is to I afresh and all manner of theoriesand business making over fifty years of -
a Ineej bt invited to partake of the hospi-. speculations are afloat. service. : See the exquisite pieces now on display in our big

)c-n- Ulm Fol!.owing of the the Knights.complete, program: I In his recent speech in Jacksonville Ing less.bulk Qf it being absolutely worth. Colonel Dunn was\known as one of North Window. Hundreds of others will be ready for I
the most charitable in
ocaland Wednesday! March 14th. 9:30 a. m., In which he defended the plan for -Whatever systemof' drainage of men the city.

assembling at Castle Hall for public draining this vast tract of land Gov: the Everglades as a whole be attempted His business one" and In past no one years ever was asked a lucrative your inspection :in our Lace and ,Embroidery depart- .

lice opening ceremonies.InvocationRev. ernor Broward dwelt at some lengthon ,. it is certainly doomed to failure for assistance from him but that they .-

?a Address' of Welcome. Francis, In H.behalf RIchey.of I the: character of the land tnat and dollars.will" undoubtedly cost millions of received It. For years he conducted ment .Monday. Don't fail to view this extraordinary,

,irda the cm'-Hon. E. E. Haskell Munci-I would be reclaimed if the Evergladesare Test With Oar. what :was known as .Dunn's Exchange collection. .
restaurant running a wine in ,
cola paJ J udg drained, maintained that the F. ST. Taman also\ a resident of' room : : L
connection and it8 one of the most -
ime. Address In behalf of St John's cost of drainage would be, compara- Kissimmee and 'one who has made popular places in the city. L ------k. r t -
tion Lodge Howell A. Davis.ReponseChanceilor several hunting trips through the '
I tively small. Affidavits of Florida residents During recent years his fortunes began -. -
Commander Everglades has filed ,
the ; an affidavit that .
however, filed in the office of to wane however and his pat 'I
nity M W Stewart. supports .In every particular the noes fell.away until A1FC '
ronage finally
the Wednesday 10:30 a. Convening I Clerk EL O. Locke of the United States that have been published in the he was .
compelled to give up the Bay hotel on ,
nal- of Grand Lodge.Wednesday. Times-Union from time to time ,
courts take Just the contrary position regarding Palafox street where he had been doing
2 p. m.-''Afternoon ses- maintaining that the will be the character of th) land In business for When .
, to son:( of Grand Lodge. cost the Everglades.He years. he left America's Finest Chambreys. Fifty-seven: pieces. Spec-
enormous and the land of there he rented the place where he
: Wednesday, 7:30 comparatively too maintains that the muck ,
arytnie p. m.-Public '.
peaking; in opera house. Past Grand little value when comparedwith lands If drained. are in danger of destruction died.The colon had 'many friends! in :/ ially< selected for their beautiful design and colorings,
for Chancellor! Herbert Crook Master of the cost of reclamation. by fire and says the character -
will! Ceremonies. of the soil is soft and slushy Pensacola. and there will be many here in both stripes plain and broken plaids two-
Plan is Impracticable. sorry to learn..of his death. < : .: .. .are. ,
and Introduction of Supreme Chancellor and that when th-3 water is removed .
'>ralroa Chas. E. Allen L. Chandler of Kissimmee a it is certain to shrink considerably. He was a member of the Catholic : and solid On sale
Shiveley.Address"The KnIghts'! of America, and the funeral i :. .tone .grounds.. beginning Monday.
Relation of Charity cattle-raiser oranger grower trapper In relating his experence: with this .. \
will be conducted by that organiza . .
to a Pythian Knight"-Past Grand and hunter, and one who has spent Everglade land, the affiant notes one tion. . : -
Chancellor C. B. Parkhill.Address"Benevolence". I much time in the section proposed to Instance that Is of unusual general Interest ",", : :. : : lOc the Yard

Supreme be drained says among other things: ad well-to the point regarding a'EDITORIAL' . . .
' the character the .soil. This is as!!1 '
Representative. H. Ellis. in an affidavit he has filed in the case: FLINGS.Obsere .
I follows: : Take a look at our big Show Window then come
.. Address for Rathbone Ssters-S'u: j "That the roil of the great saw-grass -
"The soil of the
j reme Representative W. R. O'Neal. !ridge and of the islands In the Everglades I Lake is big saw-gn\s near the janitor's cold, sarcastic .
Okeechobee soft and slushy
at 8:30 if wish choice selections.
o Address-"Pythian Reminiscenses." i is so loose and slushly and of. that wink at all this frenzied outcry that the promptly you
Supreme so an oar, pushes! down Into It
PeHart Representative William) such a spongy material that 'in the and loosened will come up again.. boss must go!-Boston Globe.It .
I' event of its being drained it would
is that
Supporting Affidavits. a pity man who can say
Armory Wednesday, 10 p. m.--Grand Ball at shrink and pack down, not less than All of, th9,three affidavits, portionsof things as 'originalandInteresting. as

; music. .three or four feet. which are quoted above give minute Dr. Osler cap should have been scared New Spring Shirt Waists
(D. O. K. K. _
Day)-9:30( I "That the annual rainfall over this and careful descriptions of the into silence.-Washington Star.
: morning session Grand Lodge. region Is very heavy and that with Everglades. as the affiants have .
.: :2! p. m- Afternoon session of Grand this rainfall and the enormous volume learned to know them from many trip When Speaker Cannon says.a measure -
Ixdge of water discharged into Lake through them. ,All the affiants are : Is "utterly impossible.." you may as Two attractive offerings in Lawn and Mull. Actual
2 P. M.-River Party for Rathbone Okeechobee the well 'believe him. He can make good
by Kissimmee river well knCwn residents of Osceola .
lea ne, Sisters and visiting ladies. and Its tributary creeks and streams county and are absolutely familiar every time-Philadelphia Inquirer. value, $1.75 and $2.00. at

ulj ed f:3o-Parade by of D. O. K. K., head and with the shrinkage of the soil with the territo;;,,included In the pro- Chicago announces that she Is goingto $1.25 and $1.50
an Prof Bolinger's famous band. the drainage of the Enrglades'for posed drainage district the lands of have the biggest hotel In the world. I
IleV:> before heard
r In the city. agricultural purposes. is absolutely which were to be assessed, to secure There are people who are compelled to

a D 7:30 0: K.P.K)Opening Ceremonial of Impracticable. funds for carrying out the project. stay In Chicago overnight -Boston -. .. These ',beautiful Waists, handsomely trimmed in fine Val "

I At Enormous Cost. Additional: strength is given the Globe.

irs>,3 .uusicai...._8:30 ,P at.. M.-nitnam Pfcblic: House.Reception and -ine only hope would be' to exclude, affidavits from the facts sworn to by Hereafter In Texas the union label Lace Eyelet Embroidery, and Tucks. Must be seen to -
I each that he owns no land Ii
affiant !
the waters of Lake Okeechobee
12 p. :M.\ by '
Ill.> -Banquet for D. O. K. K. I forpumpklnslstobetheproperthing.Pretty
an Immense levee off the the district and so is no'wise-peraon. be On to the right of main entrance.
seen Friday March 1 5-9:30, morning ; carry Watel's soon, from the same quarter ... appreciated.
ally affected by the imposition of the-
of that lake side
cession of Grand Lodg by canals east we,will hear of attacks upon the"open"
lo 2 P. :M\ .-Afternoon session of Grand and west and then construct an inner tax. ,farm.-Puck. '\,
to ;Lodge. system of canals within the Ever- The three affidavits, parts of which
Id D. 0. K. K. Program. I glades proper. The cost would be have !been quoted were selected .t When Walter Wellman gets to the
ie The Caravan of Moharrum enormous and It ,would require many random from the mass submitted by north pole in the Chicago Record- erul4 -

-e Xo. 119, D O. K. K. will arrive Temple In years to complete: the work. the complainants in the suit and an airship all be will have to do will be New. 'Belts, Bags, Turn-Overs, Colored Parasols, Collar and

Patetka on a special train. via the "That the drainage of the pine timber almost limitless number can be ad. to turn around and come back again. ,

iit East Coast Line ;Thursday morning at would 'be of little .benefit to the duced in support of them nearly half Birmingham Herald.BOSTON'S ..Cuff Sets, Venetian. All-Overs and Bands.
st :1 :55:; o'clock. Following is the itintrary land and if the water. was taken: oft a hundred having been filed In this .

l of doings: the cypress swamps, the umber wouldbe case alone. -

1.1 Sunset-The faithful will gather at exposed to fire .and wcm1d'cere; .
[11 th!*' Temple.' tainly be destroyed. '

7'30 p. m.-The Tyros will be on "That when muck and marsh lands NICE DOCTOR.dflr.. Board of Health :Orders 'Sterilization Yours for QualityWJJ&BJIFORBESI,
exhibition and examination. are drained they invariably catch fire
of All That garbers Use
ig 8PM.-The Tyros will be washed and frequently burn for weeks and on
In brine Customer I
and robbed.( ) months.
or.a.. 9 P M.-The Tyro begins his lond P"'Jits of Experience. A spdcial dafspatah: : from Boston -
a.r.. 1 ly march across the Hot Sands. I I May 5. 1900 to the Jf. Y. Sun gtyes\ ,
10 P. M-He meets his fate. W. L. Van Duzor. formerly superintendent new regulations of the Boston Board
(3. 11 1 P. M.-The faithful! Fallaheen of the Atlantic &: Gulf Coast of Health as to 'barber shops: "Mugs I
0r- Canal &: Okeechobee Land Company. shaving :brushes and razors shall be
fcrtm8 In
Fodder and Zlm-Zim. I[lin an affidavit filed in the case maintains : sterilized after e.vh separate use ------ S- _
MidnightTotality of
r'J I A. M.-Warmest time Eclipse. hap- that the drainage of the entire thereof. A separate clean towel Precinct No. 23. I ly direction through sections 4, 22 from said SB. corner, south on the
ever Everglades is impracticable and bases shall be used for each person. Material 5 north of line
jx'ned' .4 Described as follows: Beginning at 10 and 11 of township between sections I 6 and 6. T. 6.
It Sunrise-..You homo his opinion on his actual experience -' to stop the flow of blood shall 35 range 30 west to point beginning... N. R. 30 W., to the middle o'f said
.9 make can go and In attempting such a plan. Among be used only In ,powered form and the northeast corner of section A. 11. MCMILLAN. section line; thence eastward throughthe

6 can). 'but peace-ala Russo-Jap, of(if Von other things in his affidavit Mr. Van _f applied on a towel. 'Powuer puffs township, 6 ,north range 31 west; Clerk Board of Co. Commissioners. middle of said section 5 to the
S instead. expect a parrot a time Duzor. who is. resident of Kissimmee are prohibited." Wherever New- thence south to southeast corner of western line thereof; thence In south ,

.9 J I says: bro's "Herpiclde"' is used for face section 11 T. 5, R. 31 West; thence Precinct No. 9. easterly direction through sections 4,
6t. "In the solution of the problem of or'scalp after shaving or-hair cutting ,west to the southwest corner of section 22. 10 and 11 of T. 5. N. R. 30 W to
The CblUrrn'a Day 1. R.aala. tho drainage of Lake Okeechobee and, there Is no danger of Infection as It 7. T. 5, N. R. 31 W; thence northto Shall remain as' before except as to I point of beginning.A. -

11 In Russia New Year's Is especially! the Everglades, the company. mad il Is an antiseptic and kills the dandruff northwest, corner section 31. T sections 4. 5. 6, 7. 8 and, 9. of T. 5.I M. :MCMILLAN

. tte chlldrt>D'S day. Among. the peasants careful and exhaustive investigation: germ. For sale by W. A. D'Alembvrts -6 N. R. 31, west; thence along north of range 31 west and sections Clerk Boara' of Co.
iJ the old time frolics and games are of the topography of the country,. and tTiptfst an'! apothecary 121 state line to point of beginning. Composed 31, 32 and 33 of ,T. 6. north of range I Commissioners.
. to conclusion the South -Palafox street or send lOc In 31 west, which are now a part of precinct -
renewed." It is a practice amoffg thkjs came the upon reports of the following rections: 2, 3, I
.1I to arm themselves with a supplyof ,of officers, ana! employees! ; and Alice-Y e::. the doctor has put rn- stamps for sample! to The Herpiclde 10 ani' 11,T. 6. N. R. 31 W., late part No. 23. Described as follows: MASTER'S SALE.;

: fcbrtk-d. wheat and dried andto upon the best Information obtainable! pn the strictest kind of diet. Say I.jnustn't J I.: : Co., Detroit Mich. of: precinct 22; 34 and 35, T. 6, N. R. commencing on the west bank of Es of
peas that 31 late part of. precinct 20; sec- cambia river where the. south Hn! By virtue of a decree rendered by
1I go from house to house! in the small "First, the successful drainage of eit :anything[ I don't like. and tions W.'4, ,5. 6 7. 8. 9, T. 5 N. R. 31 W.; section 9 strikes tha' river; thence Honorable Francis B. Carter. Judge

., hours of the morning.: They present the Everglades, as a whole is ut- not any more than whit I wint of' sections 31./32. and 33. T. 6, N. R. 31 west along the south line of sections of the Circuit Court of Escambia
themselves unbidden In a neighbor's terly impracticable and What 1 do. KodakFinishing W., late parts of precinct 9; voting 9, 8 and 7, T. 5, N. R. -SO west and County Florida on the 10th day otJanuary.
) Louse where the doors are always unlocked "Second That even If drained'only place.tQ be at Creamers gin.A. south line of sections 12. 11. 10.: 9. 8, .- A. D.. 1906. In the case of J.,
I IoJ and pelt him with wheat or a fraction of the Everglades' was sus- M. MCMILLAN, 17. T. 5. N. R. 31 west to the NW. corner O. (Jennings against J. C. Van Pelt
of section 18 same T. and R; as Sheriff of Escambia Flor.
b'as till he offers cakes or fruit ceptable cultivation theoverwhelm- Clerk Boar of Co. Commissioners. County
thence south along the west line of ida, and exofflcio administrator of the

1i 1t OP ONR MIND Precinct No. 22. sections 18. 19. 30 and -i. ,to the SW. estate of Lawrence Alexander deceased -
and corner of section, 31; thence east along'I and Maggie Alexander I'will
Shall remain as before except as to the south line of sections '31. 3!, 33. I on Monday the second day of April

1I ? ; 1ii sections 2. 3.. 10 and 11 of T. 5, N. R. 31. 35 and 36 being the township line A. D.. 1906. sell at public outcry "for
1I I 53 Years ]) DevelopingDone 21. which! are now part of precinct between townships 5 and 6 to the I I cash before the county court house
I Ago. follows Com
No 23. Described as : west bank of ths Escambia river; i i door in the city of Pensacola, Florida,
I and McCurdy's Ferryon
in a hurry and mencing at Mayo thence nortnward along said rher tOI during the legal hours of sale the
i river in township 5,
cheaper than at any other the Escambia the. point of beginning following scribed property, to-wit-
Hostetter's Stomach Bitetrs was first offered to the .30 west; thence south
place in the city. Mail north of range A. M. MCMILLAN Three and nine-tenths ((3.9) acres of
sick people of the world and from that time on has the line of said river to a point
S along of Co. Commissioners.
orders given prompt at- Clerk Board lot one (1)). section twenty-seven ((27),
STQwj been regarded as the standard remedy for all ailments tention. where the south line of section 9, township one (1). South range thirty

r1TEniP of the Stomach Liver and Kidneys. Its unequalled wmg township' ana' range strikes the Precinct No. 20. (:SO: ) west, fronting the county road
U, record of cures is a' sure guarantee of Its Escamba river;' thence along the I in the county of Escambia. State of
: section 9, 8 and 7 of Shall remain as before except as to
southern ]line of i
'I' Florida. Together with the Improvements
I I merit.HOSTETTER'S Cabinet Photos, township 5, north ,range thirty ((30) sections 34 and 35 township 6. N, R.I.I thereon and the hereditaments
west and along the south. line of section 30 west. which are now a: part of precinct -and appurtenances thereunto belonging
5 : Rr 31 W. to the southwest I :! 23. Describe as follows f Commencing I.
3.T,5J'l. Deed
wise appertaining.
or In
STOMACH BITTERS Dozen $1.98 and any
per Up. corner, thereof: thence north at Mayo and ,McCurdy'sFerry '. at cost of purchaser.
of sections 12 and.' on the Escambia JUver: thence 'I.
is therefore the medicine needed bjr everyone along tha west SCOTT M. LOPT1.V.Master..
I _ whose stomach is weak, whose appetite Is poor or You can sit for picture 1. -to the. township line between T. b along the line of said river northeast- .
unable theIr' proper and 6 thence'east aloud the same erly to the state lina;, thence westerly
whose kidneys are perform day or night, the night ; I 4maroaw4w.
line to the NW.
i northeast corner of section along the- state
results certain. It also cures. line to the
functions. Its are work being equally as '
Papa- I thnik ,it's: )hoqt 30 westthence of eectlon 36.. T.Gl 31
Heartburn Cramps, Myrtffia. 6, T. 5. N R. corner
Sour Stomach Vomiting good as day work. -- ,
south along the' western
Costiveness, Headache, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, time that gas was turneadowna litU southward on JiM between sections 51 W; thence ',
said aecU
of of n 35 to
north line
5 range
I I Colds or Grippe. month Fargorn-I've thought t the jimethmg .KauffmannROMAN and west 6 to township'4he middle of said section I the township line between, townships, Old newspapers for
who suffer every ,.
t '
I .7. Young girls and women the for the last two hours, but,did Ime' thence eastward through the 5 and 6; thence eastward along said
cured by :
from ills peculiar to their sex"can. be hot have the nerve to do iu -, : A AND PALAFOX. middle of.wld eectton 5 to the eastern township line 'to' the SEL ;corner of sale at this officeltt.

_ Sitters.g Pensacola Fla. line thereof; thence In a southeaster section 31, T. 6. .N. R.? 30W; thence



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New six room house and six lots Two'story six room room house W. Jackson 60 acre farm on bard road 5 240 acres on the Shelby hard road be glad to show you and quote you

y .n on corner with city water. East large lot N. 6ta t..- ..,, !.' '.. .. ........$1 OO .miles from the city with mod 12 miles from the' city with two nce! prices. If jou are interested in any

Hill. . .. ......'..$3250 New four room cotta ern improvements; nothing residences and other good improve of the above named properties call,
rzi Block 63. East Kins Tract .. .$2600 front and rear room* house and two -. better in the'south for the ments. This land can be had for $8 write of phone us.
Two story brick buildng: on corner lots 17 W.< Jordan ; ,. .. .. ..' ...... ..$1600 price.. .". :, '..: .. ., .. .,...$4000 partash and the balance on
; a splendid business property worth the'money. 80-acres 3 miles from the city.' 500 per acre
1Tf . . . . ...17000 Two lots in block !! room house with mod 100 acres !sIxm1s' west of the time and one wishing to buy country If you have property for sale, rent,

17 lots in block 18 East King a most 'beautiful conveniences beautifully lo .,. city, good Improvements. ...$1200 property will find this price hard to lease or exchange we would be glad
Tract; if sold at once.$115Q Tiome. .. .. .. on :a lot 120 by 137% duplicate.! Other unimproved land to have you list same with us.'e
40' at Bagdad.. .. 700
acres .. .4
8 lots in block 261. New City 25 lots North of the *tf you are thinking'of 'in this community has been and is being are' well prepared to look after it and
Tract can be had at a sacrificeif one block price 157 acres 11 (miles north of the
a home it will l pay you city on hard road "'ith' splen- sold for ten dollars per'' acr:!. We can 'gIve you as good service as can
: : taken at once plicat'on.
this prop rty. : dd .Improvements than other farm: lands and property in be had in the city. Collection
:2: thr?e room houses. West Gov- Three room house ; more rave rentsa
eminent St. a barga: .. ..$ 800 90 ft, near the car line).. .. .. ':.:$2500 $2000 worth;,of, timber.!......$4500 all parts of the city, whch: we woilJ specialty. Loans negotiated.Salisbury .


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Tuesday March 13 Special to The Journal. Arrived. I ,
Moll no, Mar. 10-We haye Gurli Rus bk. Blomberg. 702 Barbaioes -

beautiful spring day today and ', to V\Pensacola::._ .L '..Lumber. ._"r.Co. I I COMMISSION BROKERS, i We the are following offering;described all or any propertv portioaof

tL Tim Murphy prccfaTe it for we do hav.e & ;I Ste.mIIVs.I' for sale (easy: terms) for the next

rough weather, tut as the poet : ., Dorothy Br ss, Wh>te. 1546, Mobile : 11 WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. thirty days:
"1pring' would', be gloomy --- E. O. Saltniarsh, Br BS, Rogers :.
andDOROTHY 2319. Liverpool to Gulf Transit Co. 2 No. 406 No. 408, 2 houses. West
had but ?
we nothing SprIng I I
__ lolanthe Br ss, Hodgson. 1943. St Private Wires Y. N. 0 and Jackson st., $1200. rents for $11.
SHERRODPRESENTING The farmers are busy: now Vincent to Gulf Transit Co.Weardale ,, Chicago. i
: the saw mills are running Br ss, Lornier. 1749 St; No. 501, No. 503, 2 houses, North A.
St. $1000. rents for $10.

which giving makes work to everything a great many look IoUno'i Vincent Chip.. f COTTON,STOCKS, GRAIN.PROVISIONS and BONDS No. 322, No. 324 2 houses East

10.-The naval Orpheus Aust shIp. Medanic Trie Chase St.. $1250.,.rents for US.
A TEXAS STEER prosperous and business people &a follows: I t& :. Bought and Sold on for Investment. No. 503 No. 505 2
to be contented. ..' ..' ..6.20 Sa... E Margin i if houses corner
Chase St and
'Mrs. Sallie McKmnon and her ........6 10 Pedro Lacave. Span. bk, Marlstang : 10th avenue. $1200.
BY CHAS H. HOYT. Miss Cathaline, were in } .: '.. ..5 90 509. Savannah to RJx M. Robinson !f: Reference: First National ,and Peoples Banks.:! Phone 1173 i rents for 1250.
.. ....& 45 Starthem. Br bk; Maitland. 1272 No.: 315 1 house. East Lee street,
PRICES-25c week their from
'Tvfl Carriages for to 10:30:$1.50. on way nome .. ...5 20 Antwerp. 0 .- .. ................................................. $650 rents for 750.
p. m. cola. -
.. .. ..455 Schooners.
Seats on saleSaturday at noon.CHAS. No. 324 1 house East Intendenca.:
Miss Ruth Tait returned .... ..4 25 Lizzie E. Demison, Am sen. Peck-
i1pt1 home in Atmore Ala., \ ........4 10 452. to master. $650 rents for $6.

after spending a week in .. ... .4 10 Horatio! L. Baker., Am sch, Mohr.- ,No. 312, 1 house1 and store, East Garden
.....',4 10 720. Lngua to J. A: 'Merritt &;'Co. $800 rents for $9.
;1Lr 4..tft and ''Mallno visiting relatives ....; ..4 10 Thos.. S. DennteoriAm: 'acli. Wade ...I ....................... .......................i 1 house North Alcanlz street $750

friends at each place. ... ..4 10 ,1323. Baltimore to order.RarkentJne PEN'eA.CO.aA. rents for $6..
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Bowman ,..,,.410 ; | : 'f
ed Mrs. Bowman's parents last ; cenU. J Beatrice. Am Nrtn.: Casaveggto. 1430 Iron, Works d. Supply Co. i 1 house corner B. and Belmont 5t..
Rctterdam to $750. rents for $6.
Pensacola J Lumber
day. Mrs Bowman visited f ,Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS i
parents Mr. and Mrs. Crabtree We have the exclusive agency for
*hun>day_ I any? during chanie,the in was less bulhsh than was looked for- I t. REPAIRS SPECIALTY.. Prompt attention given., to all o. ers ':. the buy sale' come of this and property. If j ou wantto

Mr. Pleas Dawson spent the week pre and the weather over the belt much t day or night Agents for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and : see us.
: Wabeek, Ala.. visiting firm, at ,,2H; improyd. .: Timber Dogs also chains of all descriptions. Office phone 123. Resi- '
if1A2O among whom was his father I of over The visible supply Of American ::deceased ''dence phone 1029.( P. O. Box ,123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. 2
grandfather. I averages sold 10,000) bales against a de- : ................................................

Miss Nellie Harris left \ over In some cre-a.a!?! of 9m last.< year, while that ..
'p Sunday morning on train No.' I.I very light of other kinds decreased 51.000 against

visit her sister Mrs. and the mar- an increase of 2.000 ..bales. last year.
-P i Doz Robertsulale, Ala. of timber IS while mill takings were 266,000 Chipley & Hyor
'Miss Bessie Hannah of I about TI800 be against 307.000 last year but it must
has been visiting in Molino this I remembered that'these figures '
compare COMPANY
oi 'Mr. Henry Jacobi of with the largest crop on
(Ohio. |Is! hare; visiting. his : record so that If comparisons were Through and Local Time Tables Between Pontacola and Point North. 12 E Government St.
family. : Market. made with a year producing a crop ,
Mrs. Joe Terry has been Cloa of something like 10,500.000 bales .READ DOWN READ UP

for several days. .....:.......' they might'up in an entirely oSfxerent '! Trains Nos. Trains No&.
Mrs. Bell and Mrs. Bonifay ............5C8 Ught.Liverpool. 2 4 3 1
&. BLUM&CO'1 lUng their sister Mrs. .............5 66 ., was more' inclined to be 11:05pm. 11:55am Lv. .. ..Penscora.. .. ... 6:00am: 4:00pm D. HALE WILSON 6 CO.
Molino. I ....,........Sftf bearish this morning than for some 6:30am6:20pm: tAr .. ...}. ontgomery.. .. ..Lv. 9:35pm: 11:15am
.l4. 517 AND 519 WZST BAY ST. 'Mrs. Ed Lambert of ............6.70 time cables reporting spots reduced 5 U:45am 9:1pm( I Ar..Birmngham: .. .. Lv. 4:20pm I 8:33am
I ............573 points while.
In Molino last week tha guest were also' ESTATE
j ............ 6.74 points lower. On :last 8 t 7:25pm 3:11am Ar..Nashville..Lv. 8:45am 2:25am ,
ister'n.JawIrs.. W. Vaughn. j' .............5.71 cotton In New Saturday spot 8:00pm 3:31am: Lv..NiShvIfle..Ar.: 8:17am 2:05am
-- Miss Kate Wood :attended the .........../5.67 11.30 whIle York was selling at 1:25am. I 8:15am I Ar.. .. .Evansville.. .. ..Lv. 3:00am: I 9:20pm7:40am RENTS AND LOANSWe
L HICK5'CAPUDINE tauqua on last Saturday. and ..... .......512 110 and thisreduction to-day it was quoted at 2:10pm' Ar.. .. ..SL Louis.. .. ....Lv. 8:45pm: 3:30pm:
pleasapt day. i ......... ..5,50 in the rae,
Mrs. G.. T. Britton was in ............. of the heaviest spot demand during 7:60pm 3:27am: Lv..Nashville .. .. ..Ar 8:21am 2:15am2jtam have the following special bargains
.- rln ItlCDIATt! : LY to-day. She has been h.9. present season it certainly looks j 8:30am: I Ar.. .. ..Loulsv1lle ..' .. ..Lv. 2:45am I 9:30po in very desirable real estate fora
:3 HEADACHES CURt sister Mrs. \V., C. Barrineau I Market to us as though there was a "nigger 1:20am '12:01n'n: Ar..Cincinnati .. .. ..Lv. 1l:00pm 6:00pm few days only..
February but expects return in the woodpile"somewhere.. SPECIAL BARGAINS.
: 3r k up COLDS home at Parker Ala., next : Low Close S ,'f7ebelieve that with favorable Botwocn Pensacola Mobile and New Orleans. 2 lots in block 170. New City, Shill

IN TO n noiRs Mr. Hogeboom was: here 1047 1057 1C 10.58 40 weather conditions the coming crop 647 2&.3 4&.1 3&.2 1&.4 5&.6 feet on car line .. .. .. .. .. $400.03
; Trill Joule lOr. working in the interest' of The will be one of.the largest ever raised -- 3 lots; co'mer 16th ave. and Gads
I AI J 1067 10.80 and more than likely put the'price of : 7:0iam: ( 11:05pm; 11fi5amlLV..Pensacola..Ar.500aflh140ePrn: 6:3Opm den street. .. .. .. .. .. $1,00003
: :!O 10.13 '
nal.Mrs.. W.. T. Earnest of 10.22 10.23 the tapjj 'back where It was before '10:45atn,2i55am: 4l2pmAr .. Mobile .. ..Lv.12:4-0aml11:59am 2:35pm- 5 lot fronting Toledo square in \ew
-- .---- yule made 'a business trip to the great .bull leaders took holol of ,6:00pm 7:15am 8:15pm.Ar.. New Orleans. Lv.! 8:15pm.! ....._..9:2Sam! City. .. .. .. .. ..' .. ...1000.00
rridar.I New Orleans 10 11-16. it and made so much money for the One 5-room house with bath anl:!
I Pensacola and Rlvor Junction.I .
Flornaton '
Wheat. southern planter.. sewer connection gas in every room.
NOTICEThe I VITAL STATISTICS' S Open High Low COMM ,We do not for one moment believe I 21 1 5 J I 1 .3 TraIns do not slop at stations I 2 I 4 I 6 I 22 nice neighborhood. If taken at
*y_.......7CM ':i X 7(&; 77!*. that the ,southern farmer will allow IDailYIDaUYIDaily I Daily I where no lime Is shown I Dall'IIDaIlYIDaUYlbal1y( nce, .. .. .. .. .. .. .$145000
Woolley Sanatorium the only In.I Record of'Births and Deaths During Jilj:.........-.71 78 76...'. r% cotton to sell at 11 or 12 cents any .;-. .. .:551 2:20: 2:50 Lv.. ...F'Jomaton ". .Ar. 12:45 1:25 .....- 6 houses In block 17, West King'Frct.
;tvi stitute in the United States where the the Past 'Week.. I I more than'the northern farmer ever ...... 5:00 2:3: ; 2:55.. .. .. ..Century u .. 12:40 1:21 8:25.: '...... renting $30.00 per month. Will
I Opium Cocaine and Whiskey habits The following is a record_ of the Corn., has or' never will allow wheat to sell : ..;", 5:07: 2:41.3:05.. .. ...BJuff.Springs .. ..!.12:33 1:15 ......- lend UOOO.OO of necessary 4. $26CC.OOAll ba
can be cured without exposure and births anji: death as filed in the office Open Hiffh .|x>w dose 1 at a dollar and the only hope we can .... 5:17.2:51.3:201.. .. .. .} David.. .......1 1:05 : ..... of these'propositions are
t-q with !90 much ease for the patient. Only of the city clerk during; the past M.y......:.....jut 4", 4t 4ij see is for all wise Providence to step in ..... 5:3-s: 3:041.3:36.: : .. ..PineBarren .. ..... %:221.12:52 7:55.....- gains addwlli, be held open for a few

3Q days' time required. Describe week: July_. ......42% 43 44{. 43' .1 otherwise' overproducUonmust necessarily -' ....., 5:39: 3:13.3: :50.. .. .. IlIno.. ... ... .\\U:591 1:43 1:41 .....- says onl) location en
'tv4 your case and I will write you an Birth. force values very mucb lower.' ...... ..5:43.4:0.. ./ : ..... .. ...Qiiintette .. .. "' *11:51112:34 : ......- Excellent warehouse
i opinion as to what I can accomplishfor White-To S. T McAdams and wife, Ausley &. Go's.' Daily Cotton Letter. W5 are drawing our conclusions in railroad track very cheap.
...... *5:53 3:264:11: .. ..Cotta e HiU .. .... ..... hind.
you Ask your family physician a boy; to Clas: : D., Turner and wife. a New York.'Iar. 10,"- Another, week I this matter from what the past, both ..t. *f ::61 3:294:15.: .. ..Cantonment .. .. *11:44Ll2:2517:34.: ....... Good 8 per cent mortgages on
north and / Best kind of investments
has the cotton world
to investigittv B M Woolley 104 boy. passed over and south has already shown .. /.
... *6:01 *3:34 43 :. .. ....GonzaJez.. .. ... 11:35'12:21 7:26 .,... vacantor
has .i. Property in all of city.
iiay cotton in New closed at and never been varied parts
N. Prjor Strt"et.tlanta.. Ga.j Colored-To Earnest Allen and wife York from in the .
.. .. 6:03 S3:384:25 .. .. ...Roberts... s1l:33112:19\ : .....
about 30 history of. ''' Improved. wanted and for sale.
a boy; to Sarah Johnson twins. 1069 pointy lower.than on markets. The American .... () .. .. ....01tve.! .. .... .... *
j last farmer is alike .6:15 : 11221'12:097:15: : ,- 30 S. Palafox St.
Deaths. Saturday. The weekly both north
_. and south
I 17 I and does not. at least in this 'Darticu- ..... *6:21 : : ... .. eo .Jrent.., .. .. ...*11:15 *1:04 *7:09 ..i..- Phone 234.
LJ1... GENTLrMAN'S .consumpt'on' ; W. H. Caro: Jr.,years two I lar. seem to have profited by past experiences ..... 6:25: *2:45).4:4) : .... .. ....GouJdllg.. .. *11:11.12:01: 1-6S ...
is' .... Ar..Pensacola .. .Lv. 11:05 ..
SUITED WITH A years accidental: Thos. Minor, 51 Florida and Alabama but In this. respect the con -----.1 I 6:301 : 11:5.1.2:001. : '
years tumor of brain. sumer has the best of It for he well I'M I No28jAMf t Home"THE -
Colored-Infant of Sarah Johnson LAND COMPANY knows what is sure to come, and by ....\\NO:271 1:00, Lv. Pensa-ola.: .Ar I 10:50 10:30: ..... i "Beouiify your
] $; CERTIFIED CHECK stillborn; General 1:.Jhnson: 60 years simply buying only Just what be 1 is h iH. *4:131* 7:13: .. .Bohemia. .. .........\.. .....
murdered; Jennie Welles 75 years la Manufacturers of absolutely forced to..have the farmer .:.. .4:15: '. ...Gull Point .. .. .11:33 .10:17........ 1
5c CIGAR. grippe. and Dealers In will put the price where he wants It, .... .4:16.,..1:111.. .. ...Y le3tra.. .. ......:j.-. *10:13 ..... i
LUMBER.. SAWED CYPRESS SHIN. anj i until the farmer! gets out of this .,.. .4181; 7:1St..ascarnbIa .. .. .10:28110:10 ..... .
All the qualities of flavor,aroma L w "_ GLES AND KILN-DRIED. SAP. rut and studies tfce conditions of I Igiflmate. le* .... *4:25'; '. 1:25/: /.. .. ....:\Iulat .. .. .. : : ..... IJ.
: color and gooa' material is.i4 supply and demand and act .... .4:28 ...... .. .. ....Harp.. .. ........ 9:58.: .... : '1
embodied in it accordingly-for the average farmer p4. .4:331* ,. 9:51.: ..... !
seems to think the world must buy .... 4:40 7:3.5..GaitCity..S 9:47...... ..
A. Greenhut & Co. his produots at a high figure no' matter ..... *;):00., ..... .. .. .G d Range; .. .. .... ; I 'c/ r"J 2' # tioa.
Union Labor Hall how much he may raise and throwon ........ .5:18,. 8:15.. ....Holt .. .. .........S 981''f. I MA0AZL$3iN ]
DISTRIBUTORS. the market-prices must be forced .... 5:35 8:30.: ..Y11Igan.. .. ... 9:1 MOST BEAUTIFUL
,: PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. Room 1, Old back to a level that pnly'leaves a bare '.... 5:45, 8 38... eo ...Crestview.. .. .. 9:04: 1 &:45 ..... 1 THE WORLD"
I'" Armory.. Building.A existence for the producer and -we .... Pl1l.1 8:561..DeerLend\ .. .. 8:33 AI .:... ,I Ask your newsdealer for this superb

NEW YORKCLIPPER LODGE ROOM only hope "destinies that shape our .;;.. ..... C ....MOBsey Head .. ........ ...... ..... magazine. If he does not handle It
ends rough hew them though we may" ....., 9:10\\.. DeFunak!, SpriD'I ..... 8:13...... ..... t send us his name and address vtibyour
I INew' sufficient to accommodate will see fit to,step .in to_ prevent such 1'" ...L.I\* 9:44..4.rgyle.. .. ..... ............... name and address and loc. for sample

75 people !or rent at' conditions from ever returning for we ... .... ....I. 9:57 .. ..Ponce'DeLeon .. S 7:44......... ..... I copy. Regular price 25c. Ment.01Ithu
reasonable rate.! believe' the prosperity of .the' south depends ,. .:. .:.... 10:10.. .. ..WestviJle.. ... .. 7:17............ I paper
-r ; 19 -THE BREATE8T Ci upon 1C an:* this la' the'only T\. ........... 10:1 .. .. ..CiryvUle.. .. .. ............. ,I Burr Publishing Company
MECHANICS'HEADQUARTERS' thing we have at heart. ,' ... ...... 10:30.. '.. ..BOnifay'.. .. .. 7:12............... 4 Welt 224 Street New York CIV

:i THEATRICAL & SHOW PAPER 't .. ..;.. ..... 10:41.. .. .. .Cnlpley.. .. ... 6:31: ...... ..... I ,
Where employers can: ae- Order Eastern Star. ?"...:..... 10:58... .. .. 4))'cock.. .. .. : ...... i, -- --- -
.4 IN THE WORLD. I I cure help. Office cjerk} In Regular' meeting of .. ...!"..:. 11:011.. .. Cot ondaJe.. .. ... 6:7.-.. .... !
14.00 PtrYear. Single! Capy, I It) Cts.I&bCED charge all the time-Plione. Florida' Chapter 8 o'clock: No. 14 ......:..... : ". .. Iariann .. .. .. 6:001............. Safes! Safes! Safes

WKECLT. 'inomJDg.Sr. 776 and. you will'be.; an}*, O.Tuesday p. S., March p.13th.m. ...,.: .....111:45... .. ....Cypres. .. ....* 5:38//........!:.... !
Clerk Good plied ... .. .... *11:52.. Graall Ridge .. s .... i Buy Diebofd Safes
SAMPLE COPY FREE. {'m readv to go to work. WhIt VIsitlnsr members are ......)..... ,12:02 .. .. : .. .. ...

4 FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO.(Ud%) bould you Dkc da frst? HOME WORKERS'BUILD .IOMES1" ( cordially MRS. ELUA.invited.BEYER':i' ........ ... .13:15 I.Ar.' Sneads..S"j. 5:211.\\...'.... .. J Scarritt Moreno,
nri>*f cnnna, .. JPMJ' -r- .
Stockson Bonds The fist fdw MRS. ALICE. WILSON, W. JJ.: _: __
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IREAL : FOR SALE DeLuna Street Houses, vacant lots and especially

ESTATEINVESTMENTS .. ;, ,,homes Weaave. fairly the close customers in from if, you$1000:hav up HOOTON & WATSON.

'" $1200.00 .. 'i.; the,property. f > ?j'Successors
for 100: feet fronting 'north by 120 i Merchants and others *\,', -r ta Thoj. C. Watson 6 Co.

deep,. near Georgia Square, an elegant considering change of $}3150-. Gets 12 rOOm 2 house
story ,
home. ,site. : $1400.00 : *: what location we, have should to offer,see modern conveniences. Leading Real 1 Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency -

7 lots Park on the new street We .
on avenue. fronting south $5000. -Gets an elegant'home on North
one block from East Hill Belt. can now contract to HilL
$800.00 furnish a store, office

for four Hill or building. :to ,suit List of f Desirable' for Sale.Two
street. lots on North on Baylen your special requirements $1050-R.For Shops.a- nice little home near R. Property .

$15,000.00for lease or sale; I

Tarragona' street property fronting or the land only for $2000-Modern -6 room cottage East story brick building, centrally located. Just off of Palafox
OUR SERVICES ARE 287% 'feet. A fine opportunity to secure immediate HilL$215oBig street.. .. .. .. .. .. .
i AT on lineS subjectto .. .... .. .. .. .. ..$10,5 .oo
a large business frontage. One of
most desirable building
i approval. Also lots on North Hill on a corner,
$10,000.00 our site for bargain In 5 lots and cot, fronting south near car line 100 by 150 .$3,700.00
will buy, 125 feel frontage on Garden have an ideal. 'tage. Two .
YOUR DISPOSAL. story new dwelling on corner lot 60 by 125: feet on North
street. A brick building would pay on large hotel. MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY Hill.. .. .. ....' ,. .... .$3,150.00
this lot A desirable and very comfortable one story, six room dwelling with
$4,500.00for AMOUNTS. all modern conveniences, on the car line, West Gregory Street lot
corner 70 by 150 one block from Will Be'AsGood 80 by .. .$3,00000

Palafox, now renting for $54000 per North half of block 67. New City Tract; 10 lots by 137 ft 6 Inches each!
L. S. BROWN & CO. a beautiful location
year. .overlooking the bay; only one block from car

$1,500.00 Palafox. 1Ine. .. $1,750.00.
Pensacola will buy three houses, renting for as Thlesen Building. Two story five room store and dwelling, and one story four room

Investment Company $21600 per year. They are always .*:; "WE SELL LOTS." dwelling; corner lot, 60x170 ,near water front. .. $,4000.00
rented. : We have a few well located .blocks In the New City Tract'that can

A. H. D'aUEMBEBTefcity manager. !"- $6,00000 _-\ sell:at from $325.00 to 500.00 per block, any one of which, Is a bar
for piece of property' down town,rent gain.' C.-
W. KNOWLES, President :c R. SIMPSON, Secretary ... McDavid-Hyer Company SPECIAL Those having sproperty, to sell
ing for $70.0oper month. .. ,BARGAINS -, desiring sam would find It to the'r
j.E. STILLMAN! V..Pres. and Ceo.}d Manager. .KNOWLES-'flYER? Treasurer.Kael .' '1 t $600.00 '. 'f... ',_ if< : advantage to place same in our,'hands, as we have disposed of about

4Toom house,}. renting ffdr $700per. Agen w.Or%,.. FOR'AFEW. DAYS. ONLY.' MUST 1300,00000 worth In the .last 60 daJS-: '1f. you- have funds to loan, '
loans 5
Estate General Investments. .' n om'p Ir-Z:.' consult 'If desireD
h ns.
month1. Llfelns'ot 'ny JBE SOLD AT: ONCE,* : you agent to collect your rents: or want
Palafox Street $3,250.00for Street. I fire Insurance; or if you want to buy a piece of property. and don't
215 South Pensacola, Florida. 8 Government Large two story dwelling on a des'rable -I
5 large houses (entirely new) know who owns same con mlt us.
I' Phone' 7CQ. Pensacola Fla.. corner on North Palafox St..
renting for $420.00 per year. electric
on car .$6300
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YOU WANT NICE, JUICY an elegant 5-room cottage East corner of Palafox and DeSoto streets,

WHEN WESTERN OR NATIVE BEEF WantedWANTED .Cervantes,- All-. 3500.00 modern, gas, bath, etc.. -, ,. '. ...,'. :o. .. with. lot7by t '155 feet.. ....$6000, HOOTON ,&, WATSON

Groceries at living prices, .SOm.e.-... Desirable,_ corner building __\ot. on*! ,
':ad Fan<*' on the Square, a call or -Everyone lo 'knowthat at Elegant: 8 room' home. ," North Hayne ., .-: North Hill 150 feet by 125 feet $4250

jl\- Mo N> phone Standard Granulated, has been received by F. !:t. $2,40000 f: Jr: HOOTON ,& WATSON
II pounds
Still 5 '
00. Country Pork, Chickens Bruce and is now on display atNo.28 6 room dwelling all modern, bath Leading Real Estate and Insurance
Sugar. East Government All interested are electric lights., etc, corner Jackson Good Investments Agents.
and Eggs a and Guillemard. one block from Pal- : .
cordially invited, to callvand fhsp ct x 7marlw. I -
GOPHERS, GOPHERS, AT MOYERS. 7mar. afox and Lee :Square \ :. .: ., FOR RENT Miscellaneous
WANTED-Contribut'ons! for the Or -
1 1; am selling on East and West Hills For Sale -- "
WANTED phans' ''Home. Money, clothes\ eatables -lots at:$50.00))-per lot on terms of $1.00 and Homes "' FOR RENT-New 4 room house. 17 TYPEWRITERS' -Don't buy until you
HELP 'etc., received. Notify Mrs. Wm. cash and 50 cents per week. They West Jordan St. $8.00 per month. see the new L C. Smith visible

N"" ',-- IFlsher president or :Mrs. N. McK. will value before pa'd for. I "r' FOR Sl Broom' cottages, city water -;1. A. Wilson & Co, real estate and writer. It is a 'peach., See the machines

\VTED- len everywhere,. $4 daily: Oertlng secretary. 4mar No' taxes and'no interest charged. gas and free, mail delivery, on rental agents, 22% W. Government St at my office. L.' S. Brown. 201 '

t pass circulars, tack signs-no can- WANTED The public to know that! easy terms; corner 8 ave. and 12th llmarFOR Thiesen buIlding.HACK .

rassm,?. steady Continental Distrib- we can do all kinds of repairing St., East Hill. G.. E.: Brett. llmarlw SALE OR.RENT-60 acre farm;

s 'ng l'o., Chicago. its float building, horse shoeing, etc. J.' LESLIE E. BROOKSREAL FOR SALE-One fine extension table 5 miles from city on Brent road; 7 No 12-Always ready with good
"Y. house all fenced in 5 fields reliable driver. C. H. Taylor,
G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27feb fine room ; ; 2 pro
VNTED-Good pay for earnest 144 by 192;feet deep on East Gar- and six dining chairs cheap. story barn, good water, mall box on prietor. Phone 1236. Ilackman's Exchange ,
Corkers everywhere distributing KODAKERS. get Kauffman's I prices ESTATE, BOUGHT AND SOLD 'den street $14.400.m. Address P. 0. Box 395. 25feb the land. Address "Farm" care Jour Phone 185. 20feblm
and advertising for developing and finishing. Best "*
creators. samples '
nal. 7rnarlw5FOl
t.t" matter No canvassing. 'Coopera and cheapest In city. Mail orders re RENTS COLLECTED. MONEY I ,5 room cottage and reception_hall FOR SALE.-10. room house, corner VIAVI-The patrons of the "Viavl
It* ceive attention., Romana, and closets,house lot I blocks from Palafox lot 96x
tire Advertising Co., New York. prompt LOANED. I back and front gallery RENT.-Cbttage on Bay Shore, Treatment" are cordIally! invited to
, -- Palafox Sts. 20feb. I new and In good condition, large lot, 192 jon car lIne For particulars Inquire electric car line; furnished $35 unfurnished call at Hotel Southern Mondays and'

A-.o'TED-A: good cook. Good waes HOUSE DYEING. on North,8th< avenue. between 11th of Standard Clothing Co. 29Jan! $25 from :May let Frloiays! from 2 to 0 p. m., where
IVpply' 27 E. Wr t COURT Pressing 2.W/Z S. Palafox st;, Fisher Building. or earlier they
party. $1200.
, ST to r.ght llm..*.lt and Cleaning Club. 118 N. Palafox Phone 462REAL and 12th street, a bargain FOR SALE-2 horses; 2 buggies; 2 if desired. L. S. Brown &: Co. 6mar can meet the representatIve Mrs. H.

St., Mrs.. T. J. Davis Prop. Your pat!. Corner 8th avenue and 12th street, wagons and harness, also surrey. A P. Booth. Phone 1027. llfeblm
. W.-\XTED-Sa1esmen of ability and ronage solicited; satisfaction guaranteed hall pantry back and bargain. Apply to Mrs. F. B. Rad- FOR RENT.-Elegant 2-story 8-room CUT FLOWERS-Orders
neat appearance to call on all mer- Careful attention given. ladles': 5 room and cottage water cliffe. 869 N. Alcaniz St. 4mchlw. cottage at 318 West Belmont St. Apply promptly '
front and city filled for' roses carnations flowers
their territory; elegant side garments.' Phone 1222. 8feb ESTATE gallery gas to Walker Ingrabam at Star Laun
caania in house new. a large lot $1700. FRESH GARDEN SEEDS-All kinds and designs of all kinds. Miss Bertls
line convenient to carry; good commission WANTED.-Hauling and transfer -... : .r' of strictly fresh farm and garden dry. 2SJan Smith. 616 N. Barcelona.) Phone 651.

: prompt remittance. Bel- work. Office phone 363; residence 30,000 acres wood lands 15 to 25 Building lots'on.west! side of N.Reus seeds at reasonable prices. Also FOR RENT.-Beg*ut two gory storeroom

), mont Mfg Co. Cincinnati_ It*I phone'390.- Acosta & White 22-28 ,.N.Tarragona miles 'of Pensacola; ,cheapjfor cash street between Deetoand' Strong. fruit and nut trees. .Banks Bros' In new Star Laundry building, TAILORING-B. L. Diamond, Tailor. 0

\V\NTED-Traveling salesmen want- .. St ____ -_ 25mar.. : and quick sale also city property for $450. Chipley, Fla. 25feblm E. Garden street ApplyWalker In- Gents' clothing cleaned, pressed and
Permanent position -= sale and rent. We want your real tf\. graham Star Laundry. %24.c.A. repaired on short notice. No. 11%
.. id to s"l grocers. WAN'fED.-'Ihe -Alercaam iransler FOR SALE-3 acres land on Town
and estate to rent or- sell,"on best terms 541.3 ft. West-Romana street. at West Government St. Pensacola.
occupation Fla.
SMH present Co. wants your moving and baullng. Point opposite city, near marine ways. BINGHAM ha storage room for -
alary txp.ed.. Los An'eles Cider All breakage guaranteed. '1'. B. Tcor- for ,good.service.! the foot of Spring?$t. Improvementson $300 cash; deep 'Water frontage. Address rent, suitable for furniture or other Idee.

rt (...., St. Lonls. Mo _It* sen. Prop. Phone 978.. ISjunelm. property--, renting- =for $13 per month Land 'care Journal. lOfeb goods, 104 and 10$ South Tarragona
: J. H. PORTER, sallmaker. 716 South
T. CRAWFORD $4000. St. Phone 630 ,
J.POQ-jooO;; and expenses for local WAi'lTEn-To. : buy old gold 'and silver v 'ifl" FOR SALE>-A patent right for Florida SOnov Palafox street Orders taken' for

sales manager World famous: broken up' stuff regardless of 3152 .South Palafox Street. 40 ft. by 170 ft"deep On East Ro : Good seller. There is moneyIn tents, awnings, camp stools and house'

bous"hold necessity Colonial Co., sizes Cash paid. Ligatman &'Klein, mana St next to Bass & Co.. a good this. 'Address. Patent Journal Board and Rooms. cots. etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan.

factory Wellsville, N. Y. 1118SW 106 E. Wright ,Phone '1127.. investment- $.wOO. 'rl'' offle. 4mchlw
: .':" r.. SHIP CHANDLERS McKlnzIa\ Oert-
FILER for 20m capacity circu. WANTED-To loan money on your For Salo 5' lots'on the southeast corner of FOR SA1LE! McMillan. & Turton have FOR RENT-3 furnished rooms for .ing & Co.,. wholesale and retail ship

lar mill who can also look after watches, Jewelry and personal ef. and Lee streetsj a splendid just received a carlOad.of. fine Tea- rent. !A. ply corner Chase and chandlers and grocers only first'class
I and Kejp up engines and machln y. fects. Highest cash price for old gold Spring site "" nessee horses and mules which may Spring Sts. llmarlw house of kind In city., fair prices to all.1
Have automatic gummer and flingmachinery. I and silver LJghtraan & Klein.106 E. FOR SALE-Two-story house containing -building .92500....; ; : JIb be seen"at Pou's stable on Intendencia I .
Give reference and state Phone 1127. eleven rooms, corner lot. &6x street. llmar
: wright q FOR RENT-Two pleasant
information apply 501 W. 506 East Jackson ptreet, two story rooms I Fine stationary, wedding Invitations
ages expected. Address J. M. Russ WANTED.-A. R, Bingham .wants 120. For llmar 8 room and hall house. bath, gas, a delightful FOR SALE-40 acre farm. 10 acres in suitable for light housekeeping. 301 i visiting cards tally cards etc. Celia
Miss lOmarStl Chase. .
Lumber. Co..Collins.-- -- your moving and hauling. He guarantees I 'and good neighborhood, lot 93 pecans; 2miles south Chipley on B. W. Chase. lOmar' M. Robinson representing The Chas.H. .

\'AXTElfirst class cook;' also to all breakage. Phone 630. FOR SALE-Four room house with.' ft. by 150 $3500. T C. & 'St. A. R, R.; also '120 acres, 20 Elliott Company, of Philadelphia.'
with two lots. improved, 2% miles from town. NEWLY FURNISHED rooms for rent. Smarlm..
l take charge of dining room for a WANTED-You ,to call at "U-Next" bath, at Goulding, .
O. Box 633, street, 8 room two Addres J. B. Hogeboom, Aycack Fla. Very reason. Apply Carrie M.
family of three adults. Wages twen- Barber Shop at 109 Government St., Apply to L. M. Davis P. '715 N. Baylen I'
t l\ dollars a month; white or colored, and get a hair. cut, shave and shine City. lOmarlm* story residence, lot 10x125 ft. every Smarlm Scott 20 W. Romana: St lOmarlw*, I live in Pensacola, corner lltn]

man or woman. Answer to Captain for 25c 9marlw* modern convenience an Ideal home street and 15th avenue,in New City,
Stephens, Fort Pickens, Fla FOR SALE-One old fashioned ward. $5000. FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire; and FURNISHER OR UNFURNISHEDrooms and will take care of your Piano by
lomarSt I will tune and repair your piano and robe in good condition.. Address. P. Yorkshire Pigs;,pedigrees furnished; I for rent with the'privilege of the year at a low figure. Befell

organ as cheap as any one; guarantee O. Box 773, City. SmarSt* Two lots on Cervantes street, between also fullblood game ch'ckens and eggs light housekeeping at 254 E. Gregory. tune clean out, etc Phone 80%. 2 1
'IVA.NTED-Tcn experienced saw mill best and neatest work. Prompt Baylen 'and Spring streets, 60x: all at reasonable prices. Dr. J. S.' Phone 557. 9mar2w, rings. J. Conrad Scott Smarlm :4!

han,Js. .tppl ly room 415, fourth attention and satisfaction. Phone 802! FOR SALE-A. R. Bingham' has a 125, a nice building' site, a bargain McGeachey, Chipley Fla. Smarlm
floor, Thle,;('n buildmcT 2 rings. J. Conrad Scott. Smarlm good team of mules for sale. See $1300. NICELY FURNISHED front room i i.
.. -- WANTED-We want your orders for' them on hia new floatFOR '!tb2t. FRESH YARD EGGS-Received daily with or without board 401 W. Chase. Eggs for Hatching .
and guaranteed 25 cents
street, be- every egg ;
\:. TEI -An experienced canvasser 1907 Art Calendars! 'Over 300 orlginal 2 Three lots on Strong 6mar2w
few days only
SALE-For a This' dozen C. M. Wilson corner Davis
11th avenues
\\antel to take charge of a canvass designs to select from.. All opposite the Hagerman resi- tween 10th and and Lloyd streets. Phone 620. WANTED few boarders at 212 W. From my prize pens of S. C. Rhode: !.
to this cit. Send reference and state prices. May Printing Co., Pensacola. lots New City. 62500. Fine location property is very cheap'at,$650. 4mar3w* Gregory. New house, good neighborhood Isalnd Reds and S. C. Brown Leg ':3 ,

fiperience, Only solicitors who can 16feb dence Apply B. F. Wolfe, and on car line.:! 16r blm* horns finest pens in the south, $1 to (
tnE'r\'iew: business men need apply. for a home. ISf&blm Money at the lowest market rateson FOR SALE-Fine lot of Juniper posts $1.50 per setting of 13; 05, $6 per 100. ;
) Grocery World, Philadelphia, Pa. WANTED.-The public to know that Citizen's Bank. improved or vacant-cIty property. and.cypress shin'g'es ((34 inch butts) NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. also agent for the famous Banta Incubators '- .-'

J-nartt old newspapers can be bought at FOR SALE-Beautiful block' In New NORTH' BAYLEN and other building materiaL Joel Newly furnished, clean and: nice I and Brooders Drop :me a '
) this office for five cents: a. bundle. They City. Tract No. 312. For cash $SO 3. 10 LOTS ON INVEST- Frater, Baylen Street Wharf., 6marlw near postoffice. Apply at 128% E. card and I will calL E. 1... McFadden.

fc".\NTED-V man to run a steam are all clean and nice. Apply to A. M. McMillan. Court Houaalaus. STREET MENT. ,This A property SPLENDID is easily worth I FOR SALE-80 acres good land three Government street, Mrs. B. M. Trainer. Prop., Myrtle Grove Poultry Farm, R q
) | Southern Brick Yard WANTED:-Electric work of alt k'nd. Tjanlrn. I F. D, No' 1, Pensacola, F la.
I hovE'Apply $2500.00.. ,.. .. .. ;.. u ....$2000 i miles south of Chipley. Twenty 7marlm
Crpm Fla. gmarlw Let us ciean your feus repair our FOR SALD-Nice. clean old newspapers : acres in cultivation and pure spring Old: newsplI.pers'at five cents a bundleat
dynamo lj your wirln,*. etc. Pa na cents bundle. This offlee. and hall cottage out houses.
.at ne 5 room water. Will sell for cash or on t ime this office. They are all clean ;
) WAXTEright\ colored boy about 570. Pensacola Electri-j:! Co.. 235 S. fruit trees and large garden spot. 6 Apply' A. Hogeboom, Chipley Fla. and nTce. MATTRESSES RENOVATED New

l 14 ro make himself generally useful. Baylrn. am agent for; the lots go with house on Southwest corner 28feb.I tick furnished If desired. All donein

I Kanffmann corner Romana and Pala- SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED AUTOMOBILES Co.and can sell you autos G. and Wagn streets; one of the BAY HTEL.-Open night and day. good order on short notice Leave

) Io.. 8marTETV -Hlghtst price paid for gent's Pope$500.00 Mfg. up. They cost: l less than highest points! in the city $1000. FOR SALE.-one choice block on top European plan. Rooms light and orders at Green &. Watson. Phono
--- Also'' sell second hand of the ridge east of the electric clean. Transient trade solIcited. 193 ?marMRS. '
'\\'\\ Bright boy (white) 14 to clothing only.' Intendencla. horses to keep up. They can be run FOR RENT. railway, '!between 7th and 8th streets 575-579 S. Palafox. .111. S. NIcolau.
9 E.
goods. No. anywhere a horse can go. .... .. .5(
in sand or $37
:h; years old to' do collecting and of 715 N. Baylen St. Nautre has favored this section and It Prop. II. S. CHUNN will receive
1 s!,. work. Chance for promotion. Ad WANTED.-All kinds of electrical LeslIe! S. Brooks. 50G N. 9tti avenue. .. .. ....: 20.00 cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs. I pils in shorthand at her residence pu
work. I sell all kinds of electrical S.\LE-One 25-H. P. boiler and 514 N. Hajne St.. .. .. .. -.. 20.00
dflappiicat N.
: in handwriting, FOR 321 Barcelona St Terms. $5.00
on own
electrical supplies. .. ... ... 17.50 toil SALE.-Only 4 young Boar pigs I' a
t" '<'" Journal office. 7mar. batteries anJ other en'gine, portable boiler on wheels; 213 S. Baylen. .. of month in advance. 4mchlmo.
When you need me ring 345 or P55. or boiler! in running order.Also 'Three cottages at 'Flsberville one at sired by Duke Florida 68923 out
Peake. new Star Laundry build- engne at $15.00 .each. of Orphan Lee, of Baltimore, 58541 Timber Lands ''TO SAVING '
\'A 'TED-\Ian cook. Apply 227 E. E. W. 2 lug carts complete, ready ,for $1000, and two U. S. LIFE STATION
lnt ndenda SL mch4 w. ing.: E. Garden. ISdee. service. For terms apply to Jas. Me- 625 W. Romana St .. .. ......$100< All guaranteed, with registrations and i AND RETURN-The launch 1..

.'. A..vrED.-Real Estate for sale or Voy & Co., Cantonem.?nt. Fla. 721 .W. Main.. .. .. .. .. .. 12.50 pedegrees. Carl Sctt rUnd, Chipley, Clair leaves Palafox street wharf 9 a.
\\'-\XTEn.=Fi; t class laay stenograr rent lease or exchange. Your business 23feblm. Collection of rents a specialty. Fla. 26nov.PORQH 1 m. daily. Fare rounrf trip 25 cents.

Address CURTAINS -Better than Special rates to parties. Pavilion
own respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson SA.LFly property, 416 E. Brained For Sale
'lfh references Office Work Care Real Estate Agent '22% W. Gov.ernment FOR St, consisting of four lots 40 awiIngs.1alftbe'prlce; keeps out, phone 65i.: C. II Burton, Manager
b( lmal. 4mch. lets in the air. Six I mch4'1m*
Room 7, Salisbury the sun: sizes.
... street x150 feet; a two story dwell'ng coi -
Phone 172. 23Jan hall bath Orden .being booked, tof. April 1 de
taming 6 rooms, ways, room THE FISHER
tr.ur.RAPUY" TAUGHT-Thorough. closets and pantry. On car line; will livery.* festal; Box 458, or phone 48. TIRESSES.-Wholesale an4 retail
by an operator of IS years exper sell entire property for 300000. E. brings samples Smarlw manufacturers and 'dealers la
K.Only school In Florida BO Money to Loan. 22feb We have them. Several BPlelAdld.1 cotton, moss and E. & C. mattresses
taught 25 young men ,and women -- L. Reese. I FOR SALE.-Nice, clean newspapers large and small turpentine : and ba' springs. Second hand furnI-

tnPd by U$ to learn Telegraphy to MONEY TO LOAN Everybody barrows JUST RECEIVED-Large !snipmenl ol REAL ESTATE AGENCY, I for. sal*. Only Sc a bundle. They Saw Mills and Saw mIlIloc&tionL 1 t ture bought asd sold. Upholstering
\"t positions we have. Typewriting I money from Jno A. Hall & imported Olive Oil. Retail by pint. make: good wrapping paper, and are Some excellent! bargains in large and repairing done. Old mattresses
uaanship and spelling free. Write 16 E. Government street.> When gallon or larger quantity. G, Moraaao Just,the thing to put under matting and small traits of ,round and boxed renovated; new ticks furnished if de
1''" low rates. Florida Telegraph I I Co., & Co. ship chandlers antf grocers 7C1 timber! lands.Large I sired. 114 E. Belmont St, city. '
in need call on us. 9feblm l TYPEWRITERS All-makes. new and
fccool;; 46 W 'Bay, :Jacksonville Fin.inar411.. South"Palafox... 4oct Phone'87s second hand for sale and rent. tracts of Mississippi! Delta''Phone 771. Davis Mfg. Co., C. T, Davis

MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal SALT:-Large horses an4 mules Mgr. .
Phpne 380. T. B. Brupe. 28 D. Govern- and Hardwood lands. 1
pioperty on short notice. for turpentine operators and lojmen. ''NOtlCi-I
2mdr '
valuable offer
list of property services
ment. : Splendid my as surve -
J. B. Gray & Co.. 2V '
Terms easy. We guarantee satisfaction. Address 206 South Palafox Street. and fine location for a Colony or Stock >'or, locating homesteads far the
WANTED Romana. Phone H65. Ifeb Waterman & Co., G. G. Cobb. 'man .. f EGGS ror ,hatching from carefully; I I
hens. Strictly thoroughbredfowls : Farm It South East Georgia.Some people of western counties of Florida.
Fla. manted .
? MONEY TO LOAN.-On real estate or ager. Chipley ? 23fcblnu ,, and I guarantee a good hatch.' of the choicest residence Address W. J. Stephens Sr.. LockO'I
QfliO\ WANTED-By young German other sufficient security by appl 'FOR SALE-Barred Plymouth Jtockcockere's r- -,-- Stock for' sale at reasonable places I';' the beautiful )fttli v city of hart, Ala. lefeblm.

of experience to take care of'.r ing to Thos. Pebley, cor. Palafoi and. ready for yard $I 51)) to STEAMBOAT SCHEDUiE Barred Plymouth! Rocks prtces.1 DeFuniak Springs. Fla.. and. .in Milton J T-
1\11 and flowers. Apply M. S.. care up' stairs.' 17novm.rvuiiiajA 15 $1.50 $2.55. I i C. ROPKE has just. opened a butcher '
Journal **. $3; eggs ; thirty Mrs.Lizzie md 1 th Rocks and S. C. Brown Leg-, Fla. ,. -.1 I
1\.\() 11mart. MONEY TO LEND-T On good real estate B.* Hughes, CMpley! fla.Ufeblir STEAMER CAPT. RITZ,. J. }I. I I horts! ; '$1.00 per setting of '15 eggs or Our prices and terms'are: : reasc'':!I vis chop! and and Brainard grocery Your corner patroa Dv

TIOX'\( '\7 By young man; security, or on good collateral: Raers, master. Passengers and $500 a hundred for Incubator eggs. I I! sollc'ted. Satisfaction guarao.

,::1t. German correspondent. Under: at lowest rates. Leslie E. Erooka' FOR SALE.-liapioTed and unimproved Freight service between Pensacolaand have 500 ba'f gallon cans fancy Florida -able.Cal on or write to UL % I I[ age teed. Phone 915. Imarlm

.Ar: rewriting and stenography. Fisher building. %UaD : praperty in all parts ol'the c'ty! FreePQrt. Fla. 'At Baylen street -Syrup Will deliver at.50c per gal.

s B.. care Journal. Ilmar2t* J. A. WiUon & Co., Real Estate Agents, 'on. Address Plymouth Rock .Pou WATTS AND OOLE3-Contractor*
\v 1 1EBTo t small house MONEY LOANED on all short kinds of notice.personal Room 7, Salisbury building: Phone wharf, Wednesdays: Tourists and try firm, J. J. Pope Prop., Bristol. & AYMARD and builders. Estimates on all kinj
a on
.ith about one acre of good: !and Terms J. W. Bullard. upstairs 172. 23JanFOR Qhers; desir:ng to'see places of intereston Fla. 24feblm of building and repair work. SaUs:
a J. : Bay and Santa faction guranteed. Phone 1208. office
rtn. Apply 1 care Journal. 28Vi South Palafox St.. Phone 1144. SALE-or trade for city property Choctawhatchie *
'lmart._ \ 6noT a highly improved orchard ot Rosa Sound should make this, trip. LOST Real Estate and 208 N.. Reus. 28feblm

l'osiTi W.TElBy an old UNLIMITED amount ot: money to loan peaches, oranges and nuts, just coming Special rates for parties of ten or I CARRIAGES repaired and repainted.
man. a gentleman's place to take' all kinds of personal property.! into bearing. Excellent soil, suitable more. For rates or other Information heart-shaped key ring. ,Abstract Company, Floats built to order. Horse sho* -
ear e of 'and on to business men on large for trucking. Flue boa'r LOST-A Jour Ins a specialty J. Q. WeLsh Carriage
and l keep in order. Sober Special rates or address P. return to
;, apply on 0.1 I siitahlerewar4..Ipr
tC fldi2Strlous c., Address A. B. Smarlw'O, this', South leans. Palafox.The New Yqrk Loan Co., 20434 Address, Orchard.imchlw Journal : .Bos,692, Pensacola"Fla. nal office;' lOmar. ,P. o. Ba I 115 Def!DLK Springs, Flartii, Co. 21fe



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THE cost of such a policy is less than the, coat .ofYa'non"puticipating'po1icy. Whatever may be the situation in other companies there are

good? .reasons. why it is to the advantage; of.:fee: Union Central 'policy holder to parti pate'.1nthe': profits of the company One reason is thatthe ... r '
Union the rate of interest its investments American The rate of interest t.benef1t the policy" ... '
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;CJsti SAGE LEAVES inv March. ', OLIVE Iii 'c..a r r I- COTTAGE HILL' III
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farm last Thursday morning.! Some TEN :CENT ,
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Special to The Journal. championship of Cloptonia. After be- Special to The Journal;: COLLARS' Special' to The, Journal.! save you lots of worry and anxiety. It will certainly ;Wh

f Brent, Mar. 10.-The dally change of ing parted :and enjoined to keep tho Olive, Mar. 10.-We are. .vafjr: thankful : ,I Cottage 'Hill. ,Mar, 10.Miss Lulyi I save you'a nice snug sum of money in case of fire. ma
eather still denotes that we arebfarehin peace, they ignored, the, game regylations -. for the lovely olajs we are now en." Fairchild visited relatives and ,friends pen
and the cock who has been high '
g on. ruler l the past year was' slain .in the, joying. I ', | -- v is Saturday .anal! Sunday returning Mou.] BETTER SEE US TO-DAY. we
A light farewell(?) frost was .visible last round. I Everyone is cordially. invited to; be The, maji4y\ho skeptical day morning 1 to her scnool near you

} Monday morning. Tuesday was The lives of national rulers are present at Sunday school on next a>about a ten cent col'ar' more Ala.:, At'l| 'Insurance,. Knowles Bros. Geii 1 Agts youmat:

J typical of the normal Florida spring most'in danger.. Sunday as we have a very interesting .- Mr. ,Jack: Nichols visited his sister Fir, Life PensacolaN Th(

1'- time. The week!;* rainfall began gently I THOS MCMILLAN\ lesson. j jMri .should see',' :4 those. we are Mrs. Lawson last Sunday, bet t,
r j r Wednesday morning and continued and Mrs. Jernigan, returned .' Mrs.. Chas. Levy has been quite hi wa
throughout the day. home last from Bluff selling for a'dime. Theyare ,
'tit WHEN YOU ARE SICK. Friday Springs? for the past week or more. otb
The north wind was before day
:; c Thursday morning to an up uncomfort- Am E.. where they were called to the 'bedside a.4ply linen. collar' Mrs Crosby and two children, who ................ .N..NN.1N1.1NNNN..NN.NDON'T .. coo
glish Literary Prescription to of'their brother and sister. We have been ove
able velocity. visiting Mrs Crosbysparents.
And tried through all the :Marchy day I Be reading Taken Dnrlaip convalescence Recovery.For I are sorry to state that Mr. Jernigan. and come In all the lat.,, .Mr. and. Mrs. McDonald returned -' f i iI. sin<(
during tilt It
To drive the Murphy clouds away. I British Medical Journal prescribes lit- had the misfortune to lose his brother.. est styles. Call and ,see to their: home in Ohio last Sun, WAIT TILLTHE I'llage:
I :
am frequently consulted for my: We wish his sister a speedy recover!. day. I I I.
opinion regarding the danger of later erature that cheers but does not inebriate
,' frosts. Whatever has been is surely and warns persons recoveringfrom Miss Lizzie Merritt hag been on the them-buy1. ?}one or two-' :Word" has. 0 been received. of' the t i Tb<
liable to occur again.' During the past Illness against writers "whose sick list for several days.but is now, death of Miss Colista Wampler of'' wel
J quarter of a century we had one disastrous style like that of George Meredith putea able to' be out again. i try them nf;: 'that's" the way Bicknell Ind..' who visited her brother, HOT ,DAYS V ARE HERE t, decTefc
We ae glad to see Prof. Joseph .
E;. freeze-out in the month of April. constant strain on tbo understandingof Mr, D. A. Wampler'since the I IMrs. T
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McKinnon able
The fruit prospects were very bright; the reader, or, like that of Mardi, e to be cut again. I to find ,oat: their value. I&ey'of hOUdaY'l'I'} 4 you
] Mrs.'J. M. Harper and little son : .
all apprehensions of frost-danger having Hewlett irritates by its artificial glitter (Joseph were the guests of Mrs. Something extra" 'fine: 'in tained at,dinner a number of Cotta e', before having; a Gas Range installed and
&i? passed away. .or like that of. Marie Corelli.) *
an- Friday night last. 1 ''Hill. dadiesaolin.the and' In kitchen.. cheaper! and
j I had about a hundred beautiful"punto" George ra l evening Mr. your They .are !
: ; trees noys by Its frothy impertinence. Dick airs Ed Williams has justfreturn-i;, ShIrts aiWnlldo{ l r.' I Mrs. F. E. Maxey entertained some)I< :\' than coal and are so clean and always an
peach loaded
with the "flat peaches of nicely China"when ens should go well during" convales ed from a visit at Georgian! Ala. IMr I i I more of their Cottage, Hill friends jj:t ; V. instantly ready. Baj
. the "unprecedented' cold took cence. except "Pickwick, at least, In Arthur Degrnph is visiting in Out of town .orders ,solicited. All. had a very enjoyable time. (< put
wave '
them all but about quart! turgicai cases because, of the many the country. Ills many frienab are Mr. and Mrs. Reeves Mr. and Mrs.'.< V DO IT NOW w1rrea
Most of the farm a were ruined side splitting episodes which would glad to welcome him, back. J* Wright that Mr.' Shively spentt N f I .
' : crops play havoc with the. onion of pam Miss Bessie Johnson and Misses several! l days'in town last week taking!< Of '
I ror the same reason. In order that NInnon and Escambia Jones expect to in the carnivaL j jJ < old) (
% It'outd be
worth Gas.
about ten
per attend the to-night. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fairchild ( Pensacola Company
opera visited
' i di cent "premium" to farmers healing granulations may not be Interfered J < j line
with. Mark Twain's works 'are Several 'from this place, expect to o.KkSON Mrs.' Fairchild mother at Warring-'<
and fruit from frost Hr It
I iA growers damage visit the Chautauqua at., DeFunlak' ton last week. 1 4 t.
is after the middle of March. absolutely interdicted."Smiles' :! f' Phone 48. 24 and 27 E. Garden ,Street. f derany
next Saturday.We .
Hix will
I ; Rev preach here Sunday.
We may have serious damage in :. 3elt.Help' Is'quite Innocnoms -
a: the rotting of seed potatoes and; corn ," says the learned journal "but W6 has are glad to to life see again.Diagseal.that'Windy'Valley Mrs. Merriiman and Miss Oelpha, ,:j:...N.N.NNN NI.,.NN1.0.N6NN.N.NNNNN: pro'
come Finch and a number of others attended
''Which were planted before these cold should be cautious in'recommendlng it ,. CASH CLOTHIER, : )lardi"'Gras in Pen oola. lug
' excessive rains. in order that the not thereby
i y patient.may Mr. Gnr-and Mr. Ralph Reeves I a"
Clopton Brothers have planted 5 be led to meditate over a misspent "I regret to say," remarked the young spent a couple of days Jn town this belt l
kLtL acres of corn and two and one-half career and to have suggested to him Corner Palafof fad Main. 'week. > ugh
'that have
I! physician you peristaltic : \
acres of Irish potatoes. ell the opportunities in life he might neurilemma. The symptoms are un 9I' Mr. W. H Smith was in Pine Bar- twf
r Mrs Ceo Marshall arrived Wednesday -II line I -.J.
' grasped but did not A despondency mistakable." ren Thursday on business. I = the
9'. from E: -
. ,, Liverpool. O. She might thus be induced which 1 Mr. George Haverland is still 11 "
"iI.f ceo;
V22 a to stopped visit! off her one son day, Hugh at the Marshall Queen City who I would delay 'a restoration to health patient"Dear me"What! exclaimed in the the world astonished is per: ,I' YOUNG JUROR'S WORK. .I a. critical conditon.! A STRAIGHT 4.J"Ii bad
and which might even fatal Mr. and Mrs. Reeves -entertained! at
prove .
tv Is learning to pull teeth at the dental I Btaltic neurilemma doctor i .:-- 'j'I! dinner Mr. and Mrs Wright of Indiana Ing
Thackeray, 'Vanity Fair, which
college. Ill health detained her from I I "It is, sir:the disease from which you Millionaire', SOB Taught One Juryman .-I' ;Mr. and Mrs Spicer of Illinois; aff
reaching: here in time to spend the I f.I Is a pessimistic, book should go very are suffering," answered the 70004?:&I : to Bead, Other .WreatHa*. I...1Ir..s.biverly.- Indiana; Mr. and Mrs!. hOT
winter; but the may escape from how I I i I. well; 'Pendennis and Barry Lyndon D. haughtily.--Chicago I .News.. I William N. Frew Jr.. eon of the millionaire .I D. ,A. Wampler and daughter on Fri- ties
will certainly I entei-ui
r I lawyer and protege of Andrew TIP ... jI u-
-rJJJJ1.i1J I IJ"J Carnegie, recently sat as a juror in the I day.Mrs.. Hillman, who has been vis:ting -'- .,. 'of :

.1.JlJ1J .:t IDD1t ? J.J .11,J.?. J1J.., .. j .1.J J' Li1J\JJ JJ.l.J J1 J? .il1! 1 case of Norman H. Geyser, charged; her 'mother Mrs. Walters has returned We hit It squarely in the head when undersells E\f V II"]
---- i '.With the murder of Mrs, Martha.Kirk. to her'home in Iowa. we.say we are ;
1 patrick, says a Pittsburg special" disi 'Mrs Beall'Is visiting friends and thing we sell is useful and the price is in 'almost every case, l less thai
.others are asking for the same goods lOTr
relatives in the city.
t patch to the Cincinnati Enquirer.:
; ,- -: )[ Mrs. Chas. Levey and family THAT'S THE WHOLE STORY.
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& J nnnhWI nn n nn V J t Young Frew, who is Just.out Of college; -visited: ? Mr.. Levey's parents Mr. Long }Handle 'Shovel.-- .....35cGarden Ho?s. ., .. ...... .. "- '
'5' F' \ n 'I served for the tI..sf'time as a juryman. and Mrs. Judge Levey. Men's and Boy's Axes 50 to.. ...TScShoe Lasts and Stands. .. .. .Se:;, aharal
tt nnI\ '% /\ / # % The first case that be was accepted for 'Mrs.: Perdue. and family are movingto Shoe Soles per pair.. .* .. .. ..lOcShoe Nails 2 boxes for. .. .. .0' Jff
a n c ,, : : was the'murder case, which proved to I Gonzalez.A Galvanized Buckets :... .... ..1 FUes. S corner.. .. .. e. .. :ie Ba
:. be the longest of aay ever tried in the Files fiat. .. .. .:.. .. .. ...lOcClark's B'in.l! Hinges set .. <10: Kl
Vh Pittsburg court 'he.Jury was out healthy 'man is a king In his,own Sho!'' Hammers .. .. V.. .. ........10cHand Saws Disson's. .. V HfI ve...
: j eleven'days. right; ,unhealthy ,man is an unhappy Oil Cans. 5 gallons. .. .. .. ..45cPaint3. per can.. .. .. .. '""J
V V .The first night young Frew dlscover- slave. Burdock's; Blood Bitt ra Stove Pipe Elbows.. ...,.. .. ..' lOcRim Do.or Locks. .. .. .. -"\* ..

j J ed that 'one.oft his fellow jurors, 'a builds up sound health-keeps you Pump Leathers each. .. .. .. .ScSadirons.. per Ib .. .. .? .. 4f In:
i farmer from &ao\rdea towwhip'-could well. Rakes. .. .. .. .. .. .........23cHalters,. .. .. .. .. . ton
' uj : neither read nor write. He set about preciated.Is it any. wonder that The. Bazaar has prospered. -' Your patronage ap ..
the task of teaching the farmer his : M

J? 7j rr letttra and' ',wben ,the trial wan over I W. G. PORTER, 114-116 L Wright St. ace
was gratified to find that the man- Janpoi
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4Ft could write bk own and other people'! !

'"V name and could'mak, a fair staggerat ABOUT SHIRTS A Stubborn. Opening. I E. k. REESE J. MiNPEI. tin;

t k. reading. The head of the household was going tt1t
I The night school business went all through her husband's pockets the next lei,
r r right torn'short time, but then the jurors > morning. Reese & Mendel, t-,r.

: ;. Vi ,'I' began .to:suffer',from ,lack of exer What kept you out so late last
i da.M t.ACt 9w cise. athlete and night?' she suddenly demanded cum8
Young Fretr la a floe GOOOSHIRTS The Home Tailors,
i knows fclt vas the opening of the
I more ,about boxing and Japanese campalgr "
aI I q I IWe dear" the 1 lesser half
t wrestling than many profession r my replied. ftt1-
,I als., So a wrestling! mat. was made of -Well, It didn't take three corkscrew Builders the

: t I several. mattresses. The jurors aU ID open it, did itr We'
want you to try our
I e" v'
4 4 bow more about boxing: and wrestling And she drew the offending articlesfvom &.1
i I I May than they* did before. Young I Shirts. Many hundredsof his side pocket and waved them Our
Jr before him.-Cleveland Plain Dealer. -
Frew also Introduced foot racing of w

Great VaJuesHcrc'No.w around the room and other physical men have tried them .......'. Mint J.le.. lI et. "

tl'*' t nI I'j'culture diversions until the men got all ],I and we want you to try Among the trees at the edge of the -
the exercise they needed and had' apneI town on the right hand side of the hit
I 4? I titer which cost, the county" $580 for them_ too., We know you I house as yon face the mountains James c Men'sFine rwba

You'save 11 I t meals. will be satisfied with them I I Madison built an Icehouse. This was
,, money by buying hers i
now. Every !: I In exchange,for all this young Frew In J809 and It was the first Icehouse or
E is{ J; was amply repaid by at least one of the because they are made of I In Orange county, Va. Ice in summerl f an,

,: article you need-any article you may select, I I Jurors, who was a barber. Frew could class and I His servants were Incredulous. And he to,
first materials. '
r 1 i not share himself, end the barber I bet his overseer an Iced mint julep on an,

: :' is marked at a distinct discount. Our stock ; ,., ,; juror consented to, perform the task made', too, to. fit. We I the Fourth of July, against which the to
I ; each morning, before breakfast. During latter wagered a wild turkey. Of rat

i is being reduced to make way for splendid 1 I : the eleven days confinement' he cell .them. for fifty. cents I! course Madison won the turkey. Conn- 1 Clothes. Jt,

i'\ alsb gave, young Frew; as well aa several f to. two dollars and fifty trv Life la America, 1
|. others,-gntupto date haircut., "
"f spring shipments., | The jurymen declare l that- they never, j jI cents each. Thej're TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION.FOR Ilk,
I :t I"1 I bad a_ .Pr companion {ban the_ millioni New and up-tCHIate line of Sprlsl "
26 and 28 East Garden .Street. i j aire's son. Young Frew, who is a seri worth it- I and Summer Suitings and Trouse. ,
r.r } t' fort at SALE. ThC
0 .'.. I, ,| ous chap saysthU'bct was very ings. J
.1. much Interested In tbe worfc. : ,
r t :;_ -'. FOR S\LK--Turpentine: location 25 Suits'from, $17. 0 toO.OO., :; beir
I T V 1 'crops box s. timber to cut 15 t crops, Trousers from $:i.00 to $15.00
'.. will sell entire business at an'interest Join Gentlemen's Suit Gi;>
ry our Sli
I Strictly naertses.. t. to good man with some Address !
"May 4 I ask If I am to*the market for The John White Store r "Florida." care JournaL ,'Costs only $1.50 per month for preta'lag set

V, a bid for four affections asked the llmarlOt and sma'i! repairs. &91
:youth, 'who did everything In a buslnessl -I :ffrclfll** In *.,,-. Wear. Dyeing and Cleaning of men's a:** IUc

r e "You musfgO'tOypff i < Wfore I'! than: i l 2O5-2O7 S..Palafox Street ;acres gooof; mill timber mills .l located Give us. a.)trial We'! will apprectt' ,
._ t take any stock Inyour offer" answered 'on same will sell outright, or an I boi"t'.r

V ; ,. : ,-F-. the dutiful bfokef'iTdaughter.. -Baltimore : Phene 223.t t interest to practical man with some(;your business. CO, (era
>j!: oa: ''if '1oa: : >t 'iHi. 0: f. :T..V: American.: oJ **.*. *.,. :. money. Address Oner" Pensacola REESE-MENDEL TAILORING St. .

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'We II, then \vhcn--when?" 1 began the goldsmith's art in times"and places replied the other between grim .
to I I Jest lug but ui;hiug to what they have in I alive. But a knockout shot wto the
A JUBILEE repeat. of which one heard quite enough In the and stout earnest Raffles studied his only chance for ns then." predation of any and every form of>
the at in ,
museum Naples
"Tomorrow, if' you' like" course' of one's classical education, but I face, lie was still watching Raffles, itself You must there or Pompeii I "Why? You don't get run in for be- beauty which all his nonsense could

PRESENTNo. "Only to boo ?" from a professional point of view I and I kept an eye'on them both with go some day, ing tempted nor yet for showing'that not conceal, and hU infatuation tor
Bunny. I'VE"l good mind to,take
The limitation one regret. would as lief have the ransacking ota out putting in my word. myself. Meanwhile: slow march you the I you are!" the cup was, as he declared a very

"We must do-so; Bnnny, before we single window' in the. west, end as "You appear to be single handed," "But I should have deserved running pure passion, since the circumstances

8 of the Series leap." the pick,of all those spoils of Etruria observed Raffles. "Is. that(wise?" beggar swing hasn't for moved him It an you,, We indecent In if I hadn't yielded to such a temptation ,.debarred?ldm from the chief Joy of-the

"Very well,'? I sighed. "But tomorrow and of ancient Greece. The gold may Tbe note of anxiety,,was capitally may haste!"' as that. Bunny. It was a chance average collector, that of showing his
not be so soft as it but !it certainly once ''personal treasure toihis friends. At last how S
it Is: appears, caught. It was at and in a hundred thousand. We might go j
CbtAa ScriW. "We! I 11
1901 by Soda) whispered. ;e!
(Gcm c looks could bite ever, and at the height of Ins
as though craze.
you that of an enthusiastic
And the morrow I it really: was. public spirited- there every day of our lives and never
And knees knocked
HE: room of gold In the off the business ends, of the : my together an Raffles>and reason seeme&,to come together *
spoonsand national outsiders
I saw the porter that night and, I still savant, afraid fo..a treasure again be the only In the
Q British museum Is probably stop own teeth in doing so. we came up to the matting again as suddenly as they had
'r think, .bought- his absolute allegiance your which few appreciated as he did him. attendl1nta.1 room, with the billiard marking'John-
well enough knownto for the second coin of the realm. My Nor should I care to be seen wearingone self And, to be sure, the three of ns But Raffles must needs nie practically out of earshot at ene parted company In the room of gold t
the Inquiring alien and of the But the greatest .to ask the to the "Bunny he cried, dinging his aew*.
story, however Invented by Baffles, rings. now .had this treasury to ourselves way prehistoric saloon -1 and the same time. It.was a. gift trom'the
r 4 ;17 the traveled American. fraud of all from the aforesaid stand- ,. v paper across the room "Tr got aa
( It would
was sudiciently.gpe.ious in itself. That One or two others had been here whenwe I j gods.: Not to have taken
bl6. A true Londoner, however sick gentleman,' Mr.- Maturin ((as I had point), is assuredly that very cup of entered, but now they were r gone. "At the top of the stairs' ;' I have been flying In the face of Provi Idea after' your own heart. I neW!

I myself had never to remember to' call him), was reaiy. which Raffles had spoken. Moreover, I'm not single handed.?" said the "Thank you. Th
lean of it until Raffles' casually proposed or apparently sickening: for fresh air. he felt this himself. officer comfortably "See, that seat by that way to the Egyptian part" I "But you didn't take it" said L "You ""Do you" mean the cup?"

>: a raid. Dr. Theobald would allow him """hy, it's as thin as paper" said he, the door? One of the .attendants sits And we left them resuming their went and left It behind." 1 do.

'The older I grow Bunny, the less I lIe was pestering me for one none. "and enameled like a middle aged lady there all day long. j providential chat"I I wish I had a kodak for the little "Then I congretaJat yeu.xhanb ."

think of your so called precious stones. in the country while the just day of quality! Rut by Jove It's one of ""Then where is he now?" ; believe :you're -mad" I said bit- smile with which Rlnfeft: shook his ."" V

When did: they ever bring in half their weather lasted. I glorious the most beautiful things I ever. saw "Talking to another attendant just terly as we went bead, for it was one kept for "Upon the recovery: of Jour recsea.. ,.

market value in pounds, shillings and that was myself harm convinced i' In my life Bunny. should like to outside. If you listen you'll hear them "A hundred and thirty-nine yards, those great moments of which our vo- "Thanlas galere. Butt you've; beem
no. possible could
pence:/ There was the first little crib have it for Its own sake, by all my for yourself" wasn't it?" said Raffles '"Then it can't cation is not devoid. All this time.he confoundedly unsympathetic about this
come of the experiment Would the I II
we ever cracked togt'ther-you with j I gods! We listened and we did hear them, be| more than a hundred and twenty had been wearing his hat tilted a little thing, Bunny,.and I don't thInk I shall x

your innocent eyes shut. A thousand I If but not just outside. In"m!. own mind now-not as mucli. Steady, Bunny, for over eyebrows no longer raISed. And tell jrou>my scheme till Tve carried Itout. x

pounds that stuff was worth, but bow I even questioned whethe they were God's sake. It's slow march-for our now at last I knew where the gold ." ,. h

many hundreds did it actually fetch? in the corridor through which we hat lives.= 'cuj!.wag. MQuJ 'tmle e44+ gh.i' said L ,'
The Ardagh emeralds weren't much "It' fitbits! loose'ror
come. To me it sounded; as though ; letttog-iae;
letter, old Lady Melrose's necklace they were just outside the corridor. -- an hour-or Two-under-etond of tats'

was: far worse, but that little lot the "You mean the fellow with the billiard very night Tomorrow's Sunday, the

other! eight has about finished me. A h cue who was here'when we came Jubllee'a ;on Tuesday and old Theo-

cool hundred for goods priced well ;ff In?" pursued Raffles. bald's coming back for It" 7*

over four and !35 to come off for bait ,ajs. fy "That wasn't a billiard cue. It wasa "It doesn't much matter whether
ficce we only got a tenner for the ringI pointer," the Intelligent officer ezplained. be's' back or net ffr-yoa go late eaoogtl"

bought end paid for, like an ass. i( "I mustn't be late. They don't keep,

I'll be shot if I ever touch a diamond "Jt ought to be a JavelinJ", said Raf- open. No. 1t'a no use your asking any'

again: -not if it was the Kohinoor! fles nervously. "It ought to be a poleax questions. Go out and buy me a big

Those few whacking: stones are too The public treasure ought to be : box of"Puntl y & Halmer's biscuits

well known, and to cut them cp Is to ) better guarded than this. I shall writeto any sort you liVe-oonly they must be "

decrease their value by arithmeticalretrogression. r' 1 144(4i 1r the Times about it. You see If 1 14; t g : t"t theirs, and' absolutely the biggest 'box

Besides, that bringsyou I don't! ld r : Ise ,'r S rOri they sen. 6

up against the fence once more, All at once, yet somehow not so sud i ] "My dear man!" *

and I'm done with the beggars for good dnly'as to excite suspIcion Raffles -'r :tb 1 et l /: "No questions, Bunny. You do roar

and all You talk about your editors n r4lI had become,the elderly busybody with part and I'll do mine."

and publishers, you literary swine! nerves. Wby'l could n t/oI, the life Subtlety and success were in his

Barubbas was neither a robber nor a re of me Imagine, and 'h he';policeman face. It was, enough for me, and I

l-ublisher, but a>six! barreled, barbed { h seemed equally at sea. :? \ f had done Ms extraordinary bidding '

wire spike topped fence. What we 'Lor' Jblessyon.: 6ir.". MIa| he.' ""I'm' within a quarter of an hour. In another

really: want Is an Incorporated society 1r all'right D n'f you bother;your head minute Raffles had opened the ?

of thieves: with some public spirited r about me." / box aDd' tumbled all the biscuits Into }

old forger to run It for us on business "But jon haren't even' got a trnn- !' the nearest chair. "
lines." c dleon"J'*: "Non newspapers!" .

Raffles uttered these blasphemies: under -. Not likely to ,want one- ejthcr. You vl.fctched: a plle. He bid the cup.ot'gold

his breath, not, I am afraid, out of 1'R 1 ee, slr, HV earls as yet,4 In a few "ridiculous farewell wrapped it

any respect for my one redeeming minutes these here rooms will fill up, np-Jn newspaper after newspaper, and

profession, but because we were take and there's safety'In numbers, as they rl' flashy packed it in-the. empty biscuit,

ing a midnight airing on the roof aftera r' : say." a'vx r .**>*. .

whole day of June in the little flat "Oh. it will fill up soon will Itr : ;' ; *Now'some brown paper. I don't

below.! The stars shone overhead the ,4 iit "Any minute now, sir." .. 'want to be taken for the grocer's young

lijrhts of London undf'rupath. and between r "Ah!" ,t 1 maD.? <

the lips of Raffles a cigarette of 4 4 ? r 'y t ."It isn't often empty as long as this, A'neat enough parcel it made when

the old and only brand. I had sent In sir. It's the Jubilee, I suppose." the'string bad been tied and the ends '

secret fop.a 'lx>x of the best. The boon + "Meanwhile 'what If my friend and I :f. cut close: What was more difficultwas

tad arrived that night and the foregoIn 1'"..01 &IY hyrlr D.:lt tv I had been professional thieves? Why, VV to wrap up Raffles hfinsclf In such

? speech was the first result. I could WE PACED THE COOL BLACK LEADS WITH OUR BARE FEET we could have overpowerd you In an try a way that even the porter could not

afford to f Ignore the Insolent asiJes, Instant, my good fellow!" Posed bT Eyrie Dellew .. recognize him If they came face to

however, where the apparent contention "That you couldn't; leastways not I RAN TO THE DOOR. -*. face at the corner. And the sun was

was so manifestly' unsound. porter help me in so innocent and meritorious > The thing had a little square case of without bringing the whole place about : still up. But Raffles would go, and

"'And how mah all to itself at one end of your ears" I There this much managementThe when he did I should not have known
are you going: to get rid un Intrigue? The hesitated plate glass was I It stood for days upon his chimney '

cf your gold?" said I pertinently.< I produced my half sovereign.The i the room. It may have been the thing "Well. I shall write to the Times all rest was our colossal luck. A piece, this costly trophy whose ancient him myself.
Nothing easier, my deer rabbit. man was lost. And at half past of beauty that Raffles affected to consider the same. I'm a connoisseur In all hansom was being paid off at the foot I history and final fate filled newspaper lIe may Lave been an hour away.

"Is your room of gold a roomful olwrereignsr 8 next morning; before the heat of the it, but I, for my part, was In no sort of,thing! and I won't have unnecessary of the steps outside, and in we columns even in those days of jubilee It was barely dusk when he returned, '

day Raffles anil I drove to Kew gar mood to look at it In tbat.lIght. Underneath risks run with the nation'sproperty. Raffles shouting "Charing jumped'i! and for which the flower of Scotland and my first question referred to our
You said there was an attendant
Raffles laughed softly at my scorn. dens in a hired landau, which, was to were the names of the plutocrats outside but he sounds to all Bloomsbury to hear. Yard was said to be seeking high and dangerous/ ally, the porter. Raffles bad
":\0, Bunny; it's principally In the call for us at midday and wait until who had subscribed for this na- Just We had turned iQto Bloomsbury low. Our constable, we learned, had passed him unsuspected In going, but
other end
he at the '
shape! of archaic ornaments, whose we came. The porter bad assisted me tiocal! gewgaw, and I fell to wondering me ns though were street without exchanging a syllable I been stunned only, and from the moment had managed 'to avoid him altogetheron
write todayrFor
I shall
fie corridor.
nlue. I admit Is largely extriusic. to cany my invalid downstairs in a where their !8,000 came In, while Raffles instant we all three listened, when he struck the trapdoor with his that I brought him ,an evening the return journey which he had

Eat! gold is gold from Phoenicia to' carrying chair hired (like the landau) devoured his twopenny guidebook. an Then I saw two fist paper with the news Raffles' spiritsrose completed by way of the other entrance -

Klondike, and if we cleared the room from llarrod's stores for the occasion.It I.I "Those are scenes from the martyrdom and Raffles was right Raffles had "Where the devil are you drivingus to'a height inconsistent with his and the roof. I breathed again

*e should eventually do very well""lIow' was little after 9 when we crawled I''I. of St. Agnes," said he, translucent things in few one inches glance.backward and ?" equable temperament and as unusual "And what have you done with the

?' together 'Into tlje gardens. By half on relief. One of the finest stepped a the ball of each "Charing Cross, sir." in him as the sudden Impulse upon cup?"

"I should and 1 I specimens of Its kind.' I should think stood "poised upon "I said King's: Cross! Round you which he had acted with such effect "Placed It."' .
melt it down into invalid had had enough,
a nugget past my foot! his arms bolt raised, a light in .
tad: bring It home from the U. S. A. out he tottered on my arm. A cab, a II I it was! Bunny, you Philistine, why his and another kind of light spin and drive' like blazes or we miss! The cup itself appealed to me no more "How much for? How much for?" '
L>1UOrro\\." message to our coachman, a timely : can't you admire the.thing for its eyes the crass features our train! There's one tb York at I than it had done before. Exquisite It "Let me think. I had a couple of

end then train,to Baker street another cab, and I own sake? It would be worth hav- was breaking-over friend the constable 10 iK.; added Raffles as the trapdoor might be, handsome It was, but so cabs and the postage was a tenner,
"Mat .British brisk ing to live up to! There never was our slammed. '"We'll book: there, Bunny light in the hand that the mere gold with another twopence for registration
them In hard cash we were at the museum- what I'll dor
pay up shall I tell
toroNs the min.utes I such rich enameling: on such thin gold, "Then you and then u+e'11 slope through the sub- of it would scarcely have poured three Yes, it cost me exactly five and eight" i
canter of the Bank of Eng pedestrians now-not very many he cried with a sudden clutch at the
land. Ana you can make them." after the opening hour of 10 a. m. I. and what a good: scheme to hang the whistle chain, on his chest. The whistle way to the Metropolitan, and so to figures out of melting pot And what "It cost you? But what did you get
I lid up over It, so that you can see how ground via Baker street and Earl's said Raffles but that he would never for It, Raffles
Thai I knew, so I said for The museum pigeons were crooning but it never reached his lips
nothing flew out
thin it Is. I wonder if we could lift '
I Court. melt it at all! "Nothing, my boy:
tm, remaining: a hostile though silentf"tto among the shadows of the grimy colonnade There were a couple of sharp smacks
it, Bunny, by hook or crook? And actually in half an hour he was "Taking It was an offense againstthe "Nothingr'I!
while and the stalwart janitors looked all but f
we paced the cool black; like double barrels That 18
In'the hired laws of the land. Bunny. "Not crimson rent""I
a :
*" for Ing chair, while the porter and I stag nothing. But destroying1"It would be am not surprised. I never thoolbt-
"And their medals were too heavy at his eloow.
how do to voice that I could not help
you propose get against me so
crime God and art, and mayI had market value. I told }
readers gered upstairs with my decrepit charge, a against It a you so
enough I recognized some The madman seemed to think .we
; felL
away at length I asked "to goI him as he
of St Mary
the q
be spitted on vane in the beginning, I said Irritably
for whose shattered strength even one
make: it worth while?" Ing to their abor underneath the dome. bad the room to ourselves. I knew Well done Bunny! I've knocked '
bad too Abbot's If I commit JU" "But what on earth bare done
hour in Jew: gardens proved you
.t4 tlu"reou have it" said Raf- Of mere visitors we seemed among the better, but like another madman, had him out! I've knocked him out! Hun unanswerable. "
Talk such as this was ?
much! Then, and not till then, when with the thing p
ftP\ "I first"That's let him ramble on unchecked. And and see If the attendants
only to the door the
to reconnoiter ,
propose you Indeed the whole affair passed
had rid of the porter and were "
the the ," said Raffles, who here was a stolid constable confrontIng and take we got "Sent it to the qceen.
ground room have heard anything
to see what and the
we can see. alone at last did I tell Raffles, in the pae! of useful comment one ..
we had bought the twopenny guide, as us in the short tunic that they wear "You haven't!
might find Borne hiding place for them on if they ha"e. at command course left to a ppietlcaf person was .
a night That I am afraid would be we studied it openly on the nearest in summer, his whistle on its chain, Mechanically I did as I was told. moat nervous English:what my I of, to shrug his shoulders, and enjoy the Rogue U a word with various mean

OUt only chance." bench-"No. 43, 'upstairs and :sharp but no truncheon, at his side. Heavens, There was rio time for thought still frankly and exactly thought little enhanced lags, and Raffles had been one sort of
not a
'Hive around to the right.*, Come on, Bunny bow I see him now-a man of medium I, for remonstrance or reproach, him and of his latest deed. Once start- Joke. This was 1 rogue ever since I had known him but
less 'de
you ever been there before? ,I I have seldom by the'newspa r reports I
ed I spoke
moreover for he the Innocent
size, with a broad, good humored, must have been now once was variety -
Aot since ; perspiring though surprise handsome youth I
they got the one good my and Raffles scribed names as a ,
in silence, but and I I. spoken 10 living man of a great gray haired child run
Enable piece which And he I led the way face a limp mustache. .lIe even more complete than that of the accomplice as an i i
I believe and his unwilling
hJhit they ex- with a long methodical stride whichI looked sternly at Rattles, and Raffles constable before Raffles knocked the all men, stood my abuse without a ning over with merriment and mischief. if
now. it's a long time since I I I rather, he sat it out, too older man of blackguardly appearance I I "
tad f U-I an't whf'rebut could understand. until we came looked: merrily at him. sense out of him. Even;: In my utter murmur, or, and low "Well I've sent It to Sir Arthur fij
1 know to the corridor loading'to the room of "Going to run me In, officer?'" sale bewilderment, however, the Instinctive astounded even to take off his hat type."hilts off rather neatly Bunny Bigge to present to her majesty, with
d they have got a gold cup when he turned to me for a mo- "That would be hat '* did though I thought his eyebrows would us both 1: the loyal respects of the thief if that W
arts worth gold, he. a Joke-my caution ,of .the real criminal "But what'none"of them ]
said be.
several thousands. A head. "
from do for said Raffles.
lifted it will "I
have i ,
t brr of the 'Immorally rich clubbed I ment. : I "I didn't say as I was, sir," repliedthe : not desert me. I ran to the door, but do Justice to is my dear, cup.. Look at I you
yards "But It always was your Infernal thought they, might take too much
"A hundred and thirty-nine "But that's I t
totPthf queer'talkfor to myself
policeman sauntered plant Was
I through I
and presented it to the nation, said Raffles I I was savagely concluding. "You It only look at It man I stock of me at the G. P. O. If I addressed t
street way
'lid two of from this to the open a gentleman like you sir; in the before a Pompeiian fresco in the cor- rich and yet so chaste? ,
tbe richly immoral intend and tell me an anything so It to the herself.
the stairs. I suppose make one plan you I'
to "not counting British museum. And he wagged the two attend- :
aalie It for themselves At lil"j ridor,, and there were St Agnes must have had a pretty bad
any seconds, other"- Yes, I drove over to St Martin's la
hie we could do it In twenty helmet at my invalid, who had outside the farther be'
still worth
*' might! JPQ: and have a look at should have to Jump ants gossiping Sot tedal y, Bunny, I swear:" time, but it would almost; Jt! j i I Grand with it and I registered the box
2t. Bunny but If we did'we his airing in frO<'krat and top hat door nor did Lear the dull crash such enamelupon
to posterity
to down
don't ,
you think? must remember to "You mean to tell me you really did go Into the bargain. Do a thing properly
Thnk! the gates. No, you the more readily'to assume his present I watched them
: which I heard as
? I !seized! his arm slow march Bunny, whether even .start with the bare idea of finding a : such gold. And teen me trwtory If you do It at alL""But
n'hf'lI? loaf out at part."what". out of the corner of each eye. IH realize that lt'
When of the thing! you
? When? I asked ? "
!t not." place to hide in for a night why on earth, I groaned, "do
Ile It
S quick you or cried Raffles; "simply 'say- It was hot weather, as I have said COO old and has belonged to "
firing years
gun.ThT talked about a biding place "Of course I did- I such a thing at all?
"But you to friend that I'd like to lift
ing my but tlife perspiration on my body and to Elizabeth
!Sn<'r the better while old "It was to be the mere reconnoiter. Henry V.III. among "My dear Bunny, we have been
lJ3Ws for a night""Quite the gold cup? Why so..I should officer seemed already to have turned Intoa others? Bunny, when you have me
away on his hont> We should pretended?
ymoon. formal! night I you reigned over for ever sixty years by
Lt-OUI'' 1Ut'\lloo had week so- and so I should! I don't mind who skin of Ice. Then I caught the faint pretense about It. cremated yon can put my ashes in yonder
married the have to get back, go on lying 19w : was no I Infinitely the finest monarch the world
nor hears me say sa It's one of the most reflection of my own face ii the cas- cup and lay us in the deep delved ..
was any fellow Practitloner saunter out with the crowd next day- Bunny. has ever seen. Tbe world Is taking
taking, his thorough beautiful things I ever saw in all iLy ing of the fresco, and it frightened me earth go and do what earth together!!
noel at least not that after-doing the :whole show Then why on the pre:1ent'opportunity of signifyingthe
considerable life. Into some semblance of myself as meauwbUer"It .
: branch of It which con- you did?" "And fact for all it Is worth. Every na
'I't} of ly" :6 The-constable's face bad already: i- Raffles joined me with his hands in obvious to Is the joy of my heart, the lightof
Jtaftt. his would be any
s, during brief ab- "What! With'gold In our pockets""And "The reason Von Is laying its beat at her royal
e'ure troUt land, and now a grin peeped under his pockets. But my fear and indig said Baffles, etlll with my Ute;'the delight of mloe'eye."
townThere were rea- gold in our boots and gold up one but you feet every class in the community Is
sons the limp mustache "I dare there's nation were redoubled at the sight of "And other eyes catch sightof
You say "It was temptation suppose
liklurullr level
; obvious to us. why the sleeves and legs of our suits no unkindly scorn. doing its little --eToept ours.
l\I'h\ many as feels like that, sir," said he, him when a single glance convincedme final Itr
Pha would have been highly leave that to me,Bunny." of a minute;; the Impulseof I have done Is to remove one reproach
11 n"- 'e 'In lJr T'wwtwML' however Is of business to describethe "Exactly, and I say what I feel, that his pockets were as empty as the fraction of a second when Bo- "They never must'they'never shalL" from our rraten ty." %
vas! It none my that's all," said Raffles airily "But hU hands and his mad outrage the tempted and let Raffles would have been too absurd
&t.nt.linJ ,,fihwhich berto that I was
of saw Infected
1: him dally screeds and so called room gold At this I came rpund! ... was
both lUatutiual little disappointed seriously, officer, ia: a valuable thing mo( t.wanton and reckless of his whole me see that he saw It. It's not a thingI had be not been thoroughly alive to his
and nocturnal tele- tor was not a
I one
mtiWQ vblch boat fill and like this quite safe in a case like that?'? .career. care to do and I shant be,happy till own absqrdltThere was nevertheless J
: t OIaPo.;! ion of which af- The glass'cases .
J names not a little I contain uflfijue exampIesof I 91: "Safe: enough as _long!! as I'm hero," "4; very ,Interestlng.jrery. interest1 the papers' tell me the_ poor p, devil la. appBderlylngr8lQeerityln/his/ ap-' -,(-Continued PaP Tn.) I
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\\j lt+ PAGE TEN THE. PENSACOUA, ... OUI', ,"A"Y', ..MDR"J I N1o.- MAR <<;H tt. 19DB. .
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1tfs THE AMATEUR &: men.approach an ordeal. which with aJ!

MOTHERIs fear, for

=Watsou Parker & Reese A pain- compares and. The horror thought with of!

CRACKSMAN of the suffering and danger in'store for herrrobs the expectant motherof

.L all pleasant anticipations of the coming event, and casts OVer her

shadow of gloom which cannot' be shaken off. Thousands of women a

found that the of Mother's Friend during
have use
(Continued from Page Nine) pregnancy rob
44 \ ( -*" ,confinement of all} pain and danger, and. insures safety to' life of mother

with' his spirits calfed him\ the sports- and child. :This scientific! .liniment as. a..,godsend to' all women at tie::

YL41k V L ( ( man he always was and would be and time of their most critical trial. Not only ,does Mother's Friend
i ( iLIJ/J.L1' / shook his daredevil hand in'mine But. carry .women safely .through the perils of child-birth, but its U5e
gently the system for' the coming event, prevents
at the same time I still had my qualms. ';
>" "Supposing they' trace it to us1"' sickness, and other discomforts -
; :: of this ..
:1: said I."There's. period.? .O. ..
.'. not much to catch bold of Sold by all druggists at faI8

In a biscuit box of Puntley &, Ilalmer," $1.00 per. bottle. Book

4wg WI replied Raffles "That was why I sent containing valuable information free. lJ.f/et

Y Q you for one. And I didn't \{rUe a r r".Rllf J
word upon a"sheet of paper whIch The Bred field Regulator Co..Atlanta:Ga. & flIJ

pro li could possibly be traced. I simply

i ; ALL AS WELL KNOWN AS fl I printed two or three on a virginal J -o 0W

postcard-another halfpenny to the bad

=f YOUR "LIFE-LONG FRIENDS" -which might have been bought, at .,
any postofflce in the kingdom. No old
the G. P. O. was the one realDanger.
*! ., There was one ,detective I Plumbing"

American lady Corsets: and. Dorothy Dodd Shoeshave spotted for myself, and the..sight of One oE, the most generally approved ideas ot

him has left me with a thirst. Whis-
::4 I ky and Sullivan for two Bunny If modern plumbing is that of installing one-piece

you please." lavatories, ,supplied with hot and cold running water, in the slipping

been the American woman's delight for many years, and we Raffles was soon clinking his glass t1 apartments and dressing chambers of the individual members of th-


have them in all the new modes for spring and summer. Also one against berl""The! queen" said he. "God bless o household. j I.:

beautiful assorted lot of the famous Royal Shirt Waists for nextweek's THE END.' I S At first thought this idea may appear to be luxurious persons but to when some

4' sales.WATSON. The Best Cough Syrup.S its benefits are

'l 10.-.,;' : L. Apple ex Probate Judge +z s'ro! made apparent i it
Ottawa Co. Kansas wrtes: : "Thisis

to'say that I have used Baliard's :. will XII be found
Horehound Syrup for years and that : 'Jl to mod-
I sarr
I 'do' not hesitate to recommend it as :
the best cough syrup I have ever I ern living. One-

PARKER & R ESE used." 25c 50c and $1. Sold by all piece lavatories
druggists. t
J I 3 throughout the

I home are in the
first place, a mark ,,.:

Horrible Custom of Japanese Prior' t ( of refinementC: ;

._ to Year CHG A. It. N .
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-- secondtheydLrrf
Prior to the year 64C A. D. the Japanese -
ginning of the "asphalt controversy:' tro alleged' that"the company had failed : j .
:constant attention
bad one of the most horrible burial
Hamilton in return was to' pay royalties to ca.nalizQ.'the Bermudez Rivers as t
customs that be J ,
can imagined-that of the
his to toilet and
on exports of woods minerals, It had contracted to do. The Com I-
etc., and was to "canalize": the rivers pany replied that, as a matter of factit burying all the immediate friends and I \ -.s: promote cle3.lliI \
FIGHT FOR ASPHALT BEDS -open them to navigation by dredge had tried deaperatedly to dredge retainers of a prince or other pt'rson.ot. I i
ing channels.The; those waters but that owing to the I note in a standing position around the ness,-third, they

job was too big for Hamilton shifting nature*of the, streams it was potentate' grave and leaving them In avoid the inconvenience -

r 2 to handle alone so he sold his concession impossible t 1 ,secure permanent re! the earth up to their necks to perishof I'I of having. to' dress in order to' reach the bathroom possibly \
by common consent has the finest with Venezuela's' consent, to suits. As the engineers put it, "be- thirst and hunger. _
>. : .Climax at Hand in Castro's Efforts grade of asphalt for paving which has the New. York and Bermudez Co, in cause of geological! and hydrographical The custom cannot be said to have I to' find it already occupied.
jet been discovered. 188; This company has owned and ..conJitions''whIch would always been general as late as the date given, :
to Control Valuable Paving Cities Have Invested $150,000,000. mined the Bermudez asphalt deposit! render fruitless ,work initiated for for the Japanese; records prove: that In I Call write or phone for a copy of booklet "Modern Lavatories" !

Some idea of what this deposit ever since. l IBat this ownership has such a purpose." This part of the del.I I the time of the Emperor Suinin (97'30 which shows the complete line of "jStattdanT One-piece Lavatories,
mean may be gathered from the been subjected tb many tribulation"! ta of the Orinoco was too much for B.'C.) the burial rites of royal .;,
Supply. personages
growth of asphalt paving. Twenty- The company spent large sums of the engineers! and they didn't hesitate -!I I were so modified as to partially 1 with approximate prices in detail There are none as good

five years ago, about twelve miles or money in perfecting its plant and! to say-so': There are ten mainI abolish former cruelties. Speaking: of
less than one-fifth of one per cent., of building a railroad. With the growth I streams and scores of smaller onus,!
,. HISTORY OF FIGHT FOR POSSESSION the paved streets ot the cities of t eUnited. 'lof the asphalt industry, it began to'i all of the most unreliable description:i a young brother of Suinin, who died WICKS & CO.
,1'i ., : This whole question had been sub- and bad his retinue burled standing Jj
States were paved with asphalt dawn upon Venezuela that she ,hat
OF BERMUDEZ LAKE, THE 'I : theVenez around his the old record L
two, Today this luxurious pave- a veritable gold mine in the midst of to la governmentin grave says '
t, SOURCE OF WORLD'S BEST ASPHALT ment: is spread over twenty-five hun- ,what looked like a mere worthless' 1900 on' July 23 of which a decree I "'For'many days they died not but -="' '' =
dred 'miles of streets in the United I morass.: :I .had ben issued, declaring that the} wept and cried. aloud. At last they
y AMERICAN I CITIES: States embracing an area approximating The business of asphalt paving was .Company had" fulfilled up to date tho, died Dogs and crows assembled and ,-
44,000,000; square yards. This on the high road to prosperity in', engagements obUgatons'or: the I ate off their Leads The emperor's compassion -
t : .. HEAVILY INTERESTED IN OUT- contract of which it is 1 .
represents an original investment of 1897. It was just about this time concessionary; was aroused and_he desired to'
,COME. $100,000,000.: and including the cost that the revolutionary movement under I Castro Seizes Lake. I change the "manner of burial. When FORMS orr
I of repairs and re-surfacing a total out. Cipriano Castro was hatched. Forgetting all this and regarding the empress died, seen after the mikado -
.F II llay of not less than $150,000,000. 'When Castro' finally ascended the only the letter of. the Hamilton bond inquired cf his officers If something
I No' wonder then that the tile Castro determined ia 1904, to get I
posses- presidential throne New York din the way of a change could not be
New York, March 10.Why this sion of Venezuela's great source of and Bermudez Company was begin}]!!his pound of fis.h. So'en July .24 of, suggested and one proposed to make

r'I talk about Castro and the As-! supply is considered such a rich prize. ning to realize something from its investment that year tie Venezuelan president clay figures of men and bury them
phalt Trust? Why did the president The Bermudez asphalt deposit is an But the apposing game began simply announced that Bermudez Lakeididn't as
send Judge Calhoun to \'enezue-I immense morass of pitch covered here and it was carried on with great belong. to the. American come take the celebrated cure Botanic Blood Balm (B. B.
That this did not do
la to go over the whole case. Here and there by patches of vegetation. shrewdness. pany any more because it had'not entirely away
I( B.) It is all in the world need to effect a perfect
Is An insignificant South American re-I As fast as the pitch or asphalt is dugout there series of opened all the rivers of tb.3 state of with the former custom is proved by you
: puulic whose president seems to stir a new supply oozes up from below. First were a Infrinotng Bermudez to navigation. Without no- an edict issued in the year GIG A. D., and lasting cure. Even the most obstinate
concessions. Hostile decrees
t ..jt vp both Europe and the United State I From the "lake" lying about 18 miles were issued attempts at blackmailwere tee: to the company the asphalt beds the date given first above which forbid weeping; and scaly forms of eczema have been permanently -
1P4 The ontry has little or no commerce from the mouth of the San Juan River officially endorsed. All these at- were seized and a "receiver" placed in the burial 1 of living persons and provided cured-cases which resisted the united efforts

t'r no Industries no rich gold and silver the asphalt Is carried by a private tacks had to be mt while the battle the charge of them. tA curious featura of a penalty for further adherence to of scores of medicines, and many doctors. In
r mines-why then such an ado aboutit railroad 6 miles the was that the "receiver" the awful St.
+ I to head of navigation with the wilderness went on. A railroad American, rite- Louis Republic Hundreds of our testimonials substantiate this state
was an Ambrose A. Garner -
r I on the river Here great deposits was built In a climate where who was a business partner ,of ment. If you want a cure instead of a costly experiment .
p r The reason is-Asphalt. Venezuelahas are formed as the cars arrive from wood rots almost overnight. Two hun- Amzi L. A healthy man is a king in his own call for Botanic Blood and
Barber a violentenemy of Balm acceptno
enough bitumen to the the lake. :Afterwards the asphalt is
pave all laborers
dred were employed; 20,000 the New right; an unhealthy man is an unhappy -
York and
streets of the United States transferred from these Bermudez Com substitute. A never-failing cure for eczema.
h with the temporary deposits cocoa trees were planted; regular slave. Burdock's Blood Bitters:
R' most perfect covering. which? has :jet to steamers especially con- means of intercommunication at Trinidad .' pany. builds up sound health-keeps
There was, no argument about all you Price $1 per bottle at all druggists, or sent on receiptof
been devised. Bermudez "Lake, tae structed to transport it to' this coun-
were establ:shed wharves, well.
}' 'home of all the contention. Is in the try. dwellings and warehouses; ,were built; this; no tiresome legal proceedings price. 3 bottles for $2.50, 6 bottles for $5iOO. "
The seizure .
was announced by the de-
'k midst of a tropical Jungle but its Beginning of the Asphalt Controversy. roads were cut through the forests; pos:tario'g arrival with BOTANIC BLOOD BALM CO.. Atlanta Ca.BEiTOver b
thousand acres of oozing asphalt constitute Horatio R. Hamilton a soldier of in fact this ,part of Venezuela has been of Venezuelan a company Dark to tbu Old Ma'tons. Ie

one of the most valuable II ,fortune who was in Venezuela in 1883, developed almost single handed by short work of the soldiers who of the made "I suppose you were fed off the fat .- ..... .... -
pieces of property in the world. Asphalt induced President Blanco to grant hima the asphalt company.. pany's local representatives.protests com And of the land' said Mrs. Saunders plaintively ..j"" _' '. tl.err

rrr'': ; is to be obtained in great quantities concession to exploit the natural resources Orinoco Too Much for Engineers.The since that day Castro's New York selling as she set the plate of griddle .' "' IL
in Trinidad and there are smaller of Bermudez, a state comprising : fight between Castro and the agent Mr. Barber has been the cakes before Mr. Saunders the ,mornIng : : ,
; beds of it in California. Texas and an area of over 32.000 square 'Trust" went for several after his return from Boston. "With 0,
on years, man to see If.'ou wanted to buv Ber- I I' .
1 elsewhere but this Venezuela tract.! miles. This concession' was the be- In 1904 the case became acute CasVir -, mudez asphalt. CastrO's profits to Niece Margaret's means, they must J1.!

't t..lrt date are estimated at over 300000., have everything there Is going." "
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t "Asphalt Trust" is trying to wherewithal," said her husband as Le -- -'' -
.t ,fa cr' rr Wc ri!' r/rvarc .: crW: air.twwauii+" ..--.' "2si2i3S:3ra2iSDon't : : : ._' rr..rna..rr 7.r/\Y.rWI\iY H, tA.",t +; \t.t .T.rnua YGrahwtucr a II. : to force Castro to arbitrate the band, "but for breakfasts they i n..
t r +y r tW issues in dispute before an impartial bad the worst lot o' truck ever I saw. cl

., r international tribunal. There has .: wasn't: cooked nor a thing done to itI n.
Make MistakeF been so much complexity about the
a fired
Al expect that girl o' theirs that a!
( yp question that the president sent Judge
I used to hear falling downstairs about
t W. J. Calhoun to Venezuela to go' over AiaJ
1 ."; 7 o'clock didn't want; the trouble o* '
t .r I i the whole subject and see if the trust aJp
., Mistakes Are t had really been mistreated_ That report starting her fire in a hurry. But I tell p.Ii.;,
has now been submitted and it la ye when you've had a different kind! o* Ii.TI

I understood that the State Department i straw filling served to' ye for seven 1
i Is again urging Castro' to compromiseupon days running,,griddle cakes come just 0:

i l: Whatever else you may do don't think of buying Hardware It: a liberal basisMeanwhile I at the right time. Don't take away
; i= Mr.: Barber-with a con- that serrup Jug yet awhile. It hasn't ,ih''r. I q e!
I ;1 and Mill Supplies until yotf see our stock get our prices ort tinning supply of Venezuelan asphalt soaked In yet all it's going to. And I, I

i# asked us a few questions about l back him up-has organized the,Jn- set the doughnuts and the pie and the = 1(
t dependent Asphalt Association to biscuits where I \
can keep
: l .. an eye on
... "fight the trust" and to "raise prices."II < I d
& 'I 'em but ye can remove that glass o ,
r; Hardware Every important asphalt company. water as far as ye see fit. I've beenstarvla' }
i and Mill
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Supplies. ; the country, outside of the socalled"trust" : I:
_______ is in the new movement. Hence healthy about as long as I can
1 x fi the ultimate outcome of this curious stzn' 1t.Youth's Companion. .

dispute will be of great importancenot
: : We have not been in Pensacola very long, but we are most :i only to the asphalt "Trust" but to Dueling IMt-... 1
I a'el* certainly revolutionizing the hardware business. We realize ,the try. cities and taxpayers of the coun r The pistol used In the duel Is not the

-*, i that we have a reputation to make and !! military arm or the revolver but a
we are making it. 1905. ,
15 000 000 Sold in West Florida in
very,' carefully made and wonderfully ,
{ ; ;i: All the old-time: methods are put aside and we do business h"E, Gives Health Vigor and TOne.* accurate weapon known as tho dueling
t on the modern plan Heroine is a boon for sufferers from Frank ReIlly Pensacola Florida 1
:: by J pistoL For many years tte length of Agent, !
p t anaemia. By its use the blood is
.. ,this arm was a matter of grave d1Jt.C11ssion *
quickly regenerated and the colorbecomes
.- at all the clubs in England aden '
i i normal. The drooping the continent At first.tha -
Giving You Just What You dueling
,+ Want i strength Is revived. The languor is
diminished. Health vigor and pistol bad a twelve inch barrel andcanted OxdorICE Your I
t ..i e J :E predominates. New life and happy twenty round bullets to the .COAL and WOODfrom.
activity results. Mrs'Belle H Shriel, pound but In 1810 the elder Demure.I ,
and at small profit.. We handle everything in the Hardware \ Middlesborough, Ill., writes I have I with bis confrere Lepage at Paris : tlConsumers9

'f : ; line and are always glad to give you quotations. been troubled with liver complaintand and Manton and Egg of London, the I Ice and Fuel Company.

Yp ii: poor blood and have found Jjoth. most eminent pistol makers of th irrespective Ollce-Co..... Chafe and< Tarragona Phon 259, I II
i 4 Jng to benefit me like Herbine. I countries fixed the actual I
hope never to bewithout it. I have length of r the dueling pistol barrel at
wished that I bad known of It in my nine Inches and there it haft remained.
[ GORDON & BROWN HARDWARE CO. i 'husband's life'tlme." 50c. Bold! by A case of the best pistols used to bring

all druggists. from 500 to C3;: franca or S100t'xt5a.
J Pensacola Fla. Notice of Meeting. I '"Suffered day and night the tormentof
.' -- There will be a regular meeting of itching piles Nothing helped me I BUILDING MATERIAL.Phone .
-- Mt\ Horeb Royal,Arch Chapter No. 11, t-unUl I used Doan's Ointment It cur-
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No.' :.Chair.. Gladys Bell, City. "2, 5, and 7.." are not quite so. Keepon J. C. CORLEY IS NOW WITH : >>
No.' 3.-Scissors.:; Nellie Glackmeyer, City. coming though and you soon will S3--t-1 S3t1ll
MUCH H \INGENUITY No. !.-Paste.tNo. .- Bell Davis City. get all of them 0, K. -
5..Sweater.. "
Henry Collins, CItroPebley .
"Dear Editor-I send an&wers 10 J. C. H. Corley, formerly with Wm. In
No. 6.-Nose: Glasses. Barrow, City. puzzles, and hope I get the dollar Johnson & Son, is now' floor salesmanfor
''lo. Incandescent Light. Nellie MoConnell Escambia, FlaEthel ; but if I don't, it is lots of fun tryingto the Rhodes-Futch-Collins Furniture -
Nol:, 8.-Cigarette. Bayliss City. find out the puzzles. Your little Co., at 26 and 28 East Garden
DISPLAYED DYPUZZLERS Correct Answers' Received. Louis Job City. friend, Joo.Gray. U Correct answers to' the eight .u)uzzlp Jennette Farine City. You are the kind of Puzzler to old friends and patrons call on him s.
Pictures each "representing ,ann articlein Alvin W. White City. make The Journal and its Army there.
the large picture in last Sundays Clarence Stokes, City. ,proud, young man. The fun and the i r-
(Journal, 'were received 'tramthe loi- Clara M. Stokes'City.May mental.proilt are worth far more than
lowing brignt boys and girls, Stokes, City many s.lver dollars, as all the Puzzlers Invaluable for Rheumatism.I an t.
Joe Geri, City. Jeanne Dow, City. may realize! when, in manhoodand hare been suffering for the past t
Daia. Henrickson.:: City. Alice Dow City. womanhood they will find: few years with a severe attack of l lt
Oscar Henrickson, City. (Maude Clarke, City. how readily their trained minds can rheumatism and found that Ballard's t
Anna Lisa HenrisKson, City.. Will Sam Barrow City.' solve the many problems that hope- that gave me satisfaction and tended tin
In Effort to Mention Articles Not Dennis W. Fagan City. Hazel Clarke City lessly trouble men and ,woman who Snow Liniment was the only thingto
Bridget Di Lustro, City Annie M. Quina. City. had no mental training as they were alleviate my pains. March 24, 02.
in Picture-Miss Lettis Mar- Tom King. City. Eeverett Rice, City. growing up. John C. Degnan Kinsman, Ills. 23c: ,
Charlie Delmar City. Manuel Johnson, City. On the honor list you go Mr. Joe, 50c and $1. !Sold by all druggists. l
tin Gets that Dollar. Arnold : arro, City. Rosalie Sellers.City.Alvln though your failure to note that arrow -
Elizabeth Sigari.-City. Britton City in "No.: 1," keeps you from a t-
Susie P. Eagan City. Baykin Hyer, City. chance at that dollar this time. Opening Soon. t
That arrow" in "Xo! 1," and that Lee Muterspaugh, City. Leona Murphy, City.Partially "Dear Mr. Editor-V\e never an- The building which 'is ,to be occu
"ftee Hare" in "No. 2," were ignored: Louie Barbare, City Correct. swered your puzzles before, though :pied gy White & Nix, has just been I
b' a majority Of those who failed to Sam Abraham City. Miss Bessie Perryman sends such a have made them out many times and completed and a lot of new goods has I
send correct answers to all the Puz- Celia Rand, City. neat, attractive list she is a most welcome have always resisted the temptationthat Just been received. New shelving and a
ii Pictures: in last Sunday's Journal, ,Warren E. Anderson, City. Puzzler though she will see "Almighty dollar" has held up other fixtures will be put in this week,
ate: some of them even failed to see Clyde Murphy! City. that "No's. 2, 5, 6 and 7" were, not until now, and hope I'll be magnet after which they will have a big open- r
en "nose" in "No. 6." Jessie Van PeTt., City. quite ,correct. enough to attract his attention at ing, with 'a fine line of new goods and
Altogether the contesfhas been one Ir neTompkins.City.. Thomas Woodland ana! Miss Annie least though I'm not quite high as : reductive prices. Watch for the announcement No
'the most interesting for severaltonthj. Barbara Parkhill. Tallahassee. Fla. R. Pfeiffer give all correct but "No. the :broom. Lietner Williams." later.EXCURSION.
;. and the ingenuity displayed Jail:: :Harvey Bayllss; .City; 7, Electric light" which is barely a You are all right sir, and the army
t' som.. of the puzzlers in an appar-- (Newton Axelson.'Cit). miss and puts them on the honor trusts you will attract 'both fun and :
n.' effort to mention articles not Lillian Suggs. Ctty. list, though they miss a chance at the dollars though your "5, 6, 7 and 8" TODAYRegular
f'uM In the large picture, is another Albert'Laney- City. T dollar. But they are "mighty warm." were not quite high as )'our""l, 2, 3., be i
\"Idf'n.. Chunn, City. Grace Charhon sent a daintily "
of the fact that a great many Chas. J Miss and 4. Sunday excursion today on
PIE'--blg and little-fail to read the Lettie MartintCity. written correct answer to all but "No- Spelling a Puzzler's Name.A Streamer Monarch, going in the gulf !
rngoverning! each contest, or- Lloyd Blumer, City. 2. Hair." C? little girl writes to the Puzzle and stopping at life saving staion. , to I ignore them and "just pet W. Effie Suggs; City. Ray Msrritt sends a note that BdStor thus: Deer Puzel Editor it Boat leaves Palafox wharf at 2:30: p.
turn if it not writ
any old way as did one disappointed :Arthur Job, City. would be published cood spel better'nto
does seam like m.
\ little man who writes Frank Bond. City. : ten on the margin of his "Answer the do in
coup his failure to get the correct Joe Gray, Jr.. Bagdad. 'Fla Coupon He will see "What's thematter" spel my name wish wayyou wood spelit
iBswpr to a preceding "big and little Elmire Bell. City.-f with his "2. 5, 6. 7 and 8." the honor" list. I you
i:* -ore puzzle." and then asserts that -Thomas Woodland, City. "Try again Ray. You'll "get there", write. miss-spell-
14 Don't Pfeiffer .City. time. U-udging from the PUZZLE ANS li
in due
see why1 can't get- them Annie JL log of simple words in the above note ll\
;Khl I City. Alma B. Parlin sends beautifullyneat "
am only three years old. Gregory U. Quina I I I the use of the apostrophe in "better'n
*'-Isn't, he the smartest "threeyear. Maude Barker, Roberts, Fla. and correct answers" except. -"No. ," and the mystifying flourishesin .
'I In the Puzzle Army? Richard Barker Roberts..Fla. 8. Recommendation. which is undoubtedlythat Answsrs Must Be Written on '
\!is* Lettie Martin, 310 East GOTment C. J. Heinberg. City. Stella Reinhardt all correct but 1\0.1 the writing big enough and old Attention Will Be Paid These
of .
a person to this Bale.II
!street is entitled to the obi- Will Henson;'Clty.Bessie 4. Vest.- enough to know better, the Puzzle Edi-
.a1} this! time and is invited to call Henson City. Some Letters Received. belief
in the previous
for "' at The Journal office. : Pearl Suggs. City!' "Dear Mr. IPuzzle Editor-Here I tor that is the confirmed answering is old II My answers to the puzzles in The
Correct Answers. Robert Sublette Johnson. CIti; am again with my ans: and I hope enough to know person how to spell his owl II I III'
T1u they are right. My little brother
correct answers to the Puzzle Ed Swalne, City. and reason for assuming No.l-
pe'ure, in The Journal of Sunday, Millie Swaine, Mty. sends his to. From" your little' friend'; name that he sees doesn't no-consequently will --
lurch, 4. are: Lucy iSwaine. City.: Willie Wilkinson. continue to print each name as It Is
\o i You and "Nesby" are O. K. but
Waste Basket Hazel Jacoby. City. : your I written on the answer coupon-when No. Z
they can be deciphered-which, in il"
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/f ylAY WriWl11 Ylt *" .n W/IWYIIr/l :t.i:;-u.i.----+._wu".,....: "'"...,..-. ......."._:-' _:_"_":':"_:UH.U1'tJ..1UH Q11W..- __.FWU1hUi. Ra, duu n tU-..-:_.:...t"_:._; MiI. <. ;n.. MU U.-.1u.n'u'a ..-.| I can the answers to "Nos.that 3, 5, and 7," No> 3.
51 18>\ j in the time allotted for purpose.Letters

I Will Put a Piano in Your Home .eW.T w i j Eugene Salvant Not writes Received.a letter saying No. 4'.

I that on Feb. 28, he mailed his answers
rr On such conditions that the payments will hardly be felt. In fact l gj t(, the puzzles of Feb. 25, and that he No. 5.
I I I believes his answers was right but
!ha: the conditions are so easy that you do yourself and family an injus- 'iEi! j$ I I that we failed to give him credit forE

.. sending answer at all.
.., tice b any No.6
not to one.
t! get ..... I If the answer was mailed on Fem. '
'. f.," 2S, it should have reached The Jouranl I
:I For Ten Dollars !I in time to be credited in Sunday's No.7.
Ei paper received.March 4, but it has not yet been [

a f fE We will pnt a Piano into your home, all delivery charges paid by l i To be certain the Puzzle Editor ahs No. 8. IB

us. The weekly payments of $2.00 will hardly be felt and the 1 joy ;::1i looked incorrect-that over ali the answerscorrectand have been received "

i:! of ownership and the pleasure it. .gives, will be yours while paying "ifii..t .-! signed "Eugene since Fe!Salvant.>. 25 and none are i U No. 9 n nI I !

.i f for it. No interest charged. i.. l Mavus'.tar' !: However, according to Eugene's 0 No. 10. -
.... 5 i't :I own statement in his letter his answer ; ( ,
!f Ol ::, like others was correct I
i many
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Clutter Music House 1M'3irc"st !:!i only in results and though his name I Name.Street_ .1
i t Florida 'er i I would have gone on the honor list
CEO- W. C. CLUTTER. Tres. B. E. CLUTTER Sec I__cMc he would have mlss ,t a chance at No. I
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t AGAIN LIBRARY CHANGED.HOURS .. 7/ie Journal9s Daily Fashion Feature i '. : l ; t l V ., :. :; ', : <:*': '>\.,", ;}* rra
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t p The governing board of the Library !' ,: ', 'Vf: ; ',;" (\. of Montgomery Ala.,'.> .., I. .." '" <: r': '''''*';. ,. t
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Association met Friday evening at 5 *- :
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Mr. A.
o'clock the new president W.
Blount, Jr. ,presiding with dignity E:

r ,1 and despatch. ,' Announces the Ladies of Pensacola arid vicinity that his ;
r' Two resalts of the conference were i i to represen- if
that the Librarian's salary was slightly l

increased and the free hours of tatives will display at the Escambia Hotel next Wednesday Thursday .
the library were again changed. lwR ...t tI
n The reading room Is now open every /
a week day to the public from 3 until 7 r 'and'Fnday March 14 15 and 16 a complete line of everything that

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':1JUVENILE GUESTS OF MISSIONARIES MRS. NOBLES. lw is in the least desirable in the field of Ready-to-Wear: Garments for the I f
S j NS e;
The members of the Juvenile :Missionary rw '
Society of the Gadsden M. E. 0 M Spring Season of 1906 '; i,
church, spent a delightful afternoon *
4( Thursday from 4 to 6 with Mrs 1. E. -"

Nobles her attractive home onNinth i jr Newness, Originality and Exclusiveness are the distinguishing ;,.E

Twenty-five little folks were there l

and the hours passed all too Quickly 1. features of our line this season, which is without exception the most E1
} in the enjoyment of music, recitationsand

J childish .
t*t It will be of games.interest to all who have l artistic and most beautiful that Dame Fashion has ever produced from
the work of this society at heart, to :;1: .
learn that this little band of children
.{t have contributed as voluntary offer her storehouse of infinite variety
ings the sum of $30 during the past B
to the of missions.

FINE WINTER-GARDEN+- tt :;It \ Remember, too, that whether you call to place an order for any of I:!!"

e' YARD.

e The idea that they have nothing but f 5ljT the hundreds of exquisite things which you will see, or only to study
brave men, lovely women, fierce big fAto f

./.i guns walks, ,and rpyamlds dangerous.of cannon explosives balls, brick and E1 i and admire the new styles, you will be just as cordially welcomed. Three l;!

+ ; protective mounds of earthworks, in I{ ]tEyrW

w, the Bailey)'ard, naval. is a constructor mistake. has a days only---,.Wednesday, Thursday Friday-March 14, 15 and 16* j.lt1..2.

vegetable garden that is worthy of

note and for which much credit is ..
due Mr. Bailey's gardner, Mr. John H. 'yif\ \ .oJ
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From this garden an ample supply .
rYw wwcrwnWr+t nrwrrW nWrwr+gyrrWr rr / .rcr ir+ nwywnWrrWr ,
-: of the finest cauliflower English peas, r/ s...H.H............EI.....H......._H._......;.t. ...... .../...r r.Mn..uFra./w la..___...._..._.5T5...._*?"rn..... '.+......i..... ....+r.a.....mrt.... -.......NlW...... aao. y.H .n.r.....itfi )v'la
s i. spinach ishes and, turnips various beets other, lettuce vegetables, rad rtr { W' W73PSGOTO rtr r7li1lr t7 W 7 '7 'tt7 "tr tt tt llll.l lNi l.

have been enjoyed all winter, all of -
:' good size and best quality. 7-
(1r't. It is quite a pleasant surprise to the fljz2il\ '
average visitor to find such fine vegetables : ; : ; .
growing right in the navy yard J O'IfN' ? CKIRMftNOT I ADVANCE

and at the residence of the naval con ,. .

}t structor, and to learn that his tan'e' .< 'C' >"_ YETOUT ..._ .. .. ,' ." i il
has been suuplied therefrom all win.
ter. "c Mraunn 5q sonETMIN'poln' t D08FLiEv6 t i
-f I For wear with separate skirts tailored I I tire shoulder seam. The sleeve is SEE nRTeA-or HEN WU11ERE o' \JN A MINUTE y I V JOHN CONVERT: MESSENGERS OF
LADIES COUNCIL designs. in short waists are ap- loose and full, and gathered at the Cf uRL tJu5T5raw WAY TO MLL> ED AT LAST
ir;, POSTPONES MEETING.The propriate; and there is a modish simplicity wrist into a plain-band cuff that,fast A wAnT56f94FE
Literary meeting of, the Council to the lines of the design illustrateo. I ens with' link buttons. The front ;A ouARTtRfEit t
uty; that was planned for Monday night, .' that is bound to prove attrac- I fastening is made very prominent, a C sHOw BAwrlA J I I SPRING
t bas been postponed until Monday ti\e. Especially designed for the broad box pleat being used, and the 4sT uYYou1 YEA nor.t 5woRY' t
i l night. of next week. March 19. school and college girl the original I buttons are handsome pearl,ones that ntsrEti, i
tg4; U in one of those fine and soft Scotch are guaranteed to withstand:: many 1I 1j
NEW CITY YOUNG SET flannels, '''although it will develop laundeffngs.') The collar! : is. of the 1 t tTHEy0uyHT ti I We have Just received a large shipment of ADVANCE STTLES"
SURPRISED MR. JOHNSTON equally well in albatross, henrletta. I shirt material, a separate item, and in SPRING OXFORDS' and extend a most cordial invitation to all to
'sv Mr. Walter Johnston nun's veiling or any of the heavier attached in the usual way; the finish ,come and' view 'the" many pretty creations we have In SPRING
: pleasant had a very. cotton shirting. The the plain I,being a little black velvet ribbon bow, FOOTWEAR.!! : As usual we' are' the FIRST to show the season's new
surprise him
night at his sprung home on Lakeview Monday sacque shape, and the fronts are laid II tightly tied. The same ribbon makes V i 1j, est effects-JUST ALWAYS AHEAD OF THE OTHERS. The styles

:{;J .avenue. The young set of New on City were' In deep pleats that take up the en-I i the trig belt. this 'season are, indeed of the NOBBY and extremely PLEASING.MEYERS ,
". stamp'upon a shoe denotes PERFECTION See that
;t' the guilty ones. As the party were out j you
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for a good time a number of "records"I recitations and vocal numbers were Marean will be accompanied borne by '
,, were made of the college songs, col especially interesting. Among the Mrs. Owens, who ,will visit her parents we\quote a few styles that are MARVELS OF BEAUTY::
lego yells and inpromptu wit( without number were Mr. and Mrs James Ger- for a short time. Mrs. Marean's
c: the end man). Many of these raids :Miss: Edith Lusk, Miss Lillie other daughter, Mrs. Bernard, is already .j
t they are resurrected and recalled in Williams Miss Tlossie Boyer, Mr. in Ocala and they expect to u4H rOaEARREST v-s i I I
another age! will bring back old time Frank Osgood Williams, Mr. Willard have a family re-union as this will be an!HATc BEBo $4.00 I II I $3.50
I 1 memories and the happy side of Joy Lusk, Mr. Frank Welles, Miss Ma. the first time the family! has all been W 1 Now I ,
a aqd youth of the present day. SomeWe hone of Loverne,Ala., lr. Felix Glack- at home at one time for' several $.tiD( J I Ladies AJM\er: Patent I Ladies' Patent Vamp

4 -- meier and Mr. Clyde Britan. jears. i A tMop e. 1I 1Q j Blucher Oxford, Cuban: I Oxford, dull backs, creased ,
heel, ribbon laces swing I toes, military heel, ribbon
MRS. ANSON'S TEA FOR Miss Bessie Merritt of Richmond, t I last.. I laces.
MRS. MAXWELL'S GUEST. Va, who is visiting! -'Mrs. W. I-.. ,Bell, I
Mr. and Mrs. Osgood Anson entertained leaves today to spend a, week; or ten
4 r Log Cabin delightfully at tea Thursday days' In New Orleans and on her return -
night for Mrs. Vaughn guest, of Mrs. will be the guest of :Mrs. J I .
{N Evelyn C. Iaxwen.I .- Storm McGaughey. 3.50 t $3.00
The table was exquisitely appointed : I
i I with a center piece of dainty pink Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. Pettersonare I Ladles' GunMetal: Calf \ Ladles' Gun Metal Calf
Maple and white carnations. now cozily established under their I Buttea Oxford, Cuban heel Blucher Oxford silk rib
Those seated round the board were own "vine and fig tree" at No. 4 West I I and very swagger. I f bon laces, half Cuban beet I
t.I IL. the host and hostess )lr. anoJ J Mrs. Gadsden: I
'Anson; the guest of bonor Mrs. .'
1 Vaughn and her hosts Judge and Mrs Miss Dickenson who hasbeen visiting
Syrup E. C. Maxwell: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miss .leffc-yesterday. for her
a Hyer and Miss Sadie Stockard. nome Aiananna.. I 3.00 $2.50

Vie. have secured the sole PENSACOLA U.T D. C. MEET Rev. Aa'a,. C. Bowles. lectured this here. Her sermons and prayers were I many' friends in this city. :Miss I I Ladies Gun- Motal Calf Ladies1 Dark.- Tan Blucb
grand and uplifting: and she will receive Julia's friends will
TUESDAY AFTERNOON., week in De Funlak Springs and Flor- be glad to learn Blucher Oxford, plain toe, .. -
er Oxfords plain toe
I'4t a warm we:tome from her Pena that she will remain awhile with her .
agency for Towle'a Log Pensacola Chapter, U. D. C. will hold ala and will go to various places In cola friends when she visits this city sister Mrs King. full Cuban. heel, quite 'Cuban heel, slUt rib-
the regular monthly meeting Tues- the south during the season. :Mrs nobby. '
bon laces.
t ::1 Cabin again.
t : Maple Syrup -+- I .
Dowles .0.
day afternoon at the residence of the accomplished much good while
-h Miss Laura Burton (Joyner has cards I
i ; absolutely pure president West Mrs. A. E. McDavid' :SIC --, Miss ''Dinkelspiel of Louisville, Ky, Out for ""Anagrams Friday, March
Gregory street, at 4 o'clock. --
has returned from New Orleans and Seventeenth 227 East Gregory. Eight .
and In + -
put -
up "log cabin"cans
hone of Mrs. Max J. Heinberg's attractive o'clock." The dates, "189 -1906" suggest I I
at the following EUCHRE AND DANCE.On guests. Mrs. Heinberg's >sister "Sweet Sixtenn" as the occa I I A' .$2.50.:.. *, $4.00Men's
Miss !Pearl Bloom being the other. ,sion. -
account, of the inclement .- Ladl s' ;Blucher Oxford '
prices: THE + I ( all-over Patent but
x weather the regular Wednesday night I The Miami :Metropolis's "Girl With ,Mrs. Lizzie Rosenau mother of Mrs. Patent tip,':military heeLI ton Oxford,military heel
Quarts, 45c.Onehalf euchre and dance at the Progress the Opera Glasses Is the' best ever. Max L. Bear, who has been indisposed I '
Club was postponed till Thursday 4- i for-several weeks, was feeling better
Gal. 8 5c. night 'when a large number enjoyed WORD The Cozy Club met Friday evening "yesterday, to the great pleasure of her .
the club's .
1. hospitality. with Miss :Mary Winston Jones. Miss many friends. t ,
Miss Mel Levy won the first prizea Grace Reilly'a was voted the $3,50 t $3.50I
Gallons paper
165. large vase, and Miss Hilbron of best reeltation i I ... ,
ATMOREMEANS and Miss Dorothy Skinner's -I j Miss Julia Brickman of .' -
Birmingham Ala., won the visit I I I'I Montgomery I Pat't
"a 'rs was greatly enjoyeoL The. Ala, who Is the guest of Mrs.: Patent BIncher 'Men's Lace Oxford I
There. is nothing more prize card"case.Mr. Cozies will meet next Friday with r3. A. Friedman expects to leave in a I Oxford, full.'swinff. toe, mil extreme swing, well
--+- ''I THE BEST. I Miss Edith Oliver. few days. for home. f.tary.heeI., full point at toe.
delicious (and nowadays Henry Young and daughter I I
Miss Young who 'are i I i
visiting his sis- !
Mrs. H. J. Bennett left on the morn-
there Is nothing so rare) ter Mrs A. E. McDavid and I celebrated i I Ing train Saturday for DeFuniak i Miss. Maud Menko of Atlanta who "i_
expect 'to leave Wednesday Plum Pudding.' Tney are, the I Springs where she will spend a week has 'spent the winter with her sister I .
as pure maple syrup. This 1 ,Mrs Julius Menko '
Mr Orleans where they will\ spend a few I best. with friends. in this city, leaves $4.00 \ )
l days en route to their home in San In a few days for home. I .: $3.50
is .
guaranteed to be absolutely Antonia, Tex. 'Plum Pudding, 2 lbs.. ..,.45c i ii I, I -
t Miss Maggie Chandler, the popular I Men's Gun Metal Calf Men's But I It
i ; Plum Puddlng.llb.] ._ .."5c I I Gun Metal
l Mrs. W. C. Hones
and full who has
pure been
"Sun.beam'who Blucher Oxford
meas- little old
/ Plum nine years I made on ton Oxford, 'creased 'ops
Pudding, small size.0cMince
Mr. '
and Mrs. William B. quite ill for
DavU of has been ill of typhoid fever for several some time Is now so far graceful lines with t
7; Meat 5 a heavyswing with a full m.l1tary
ure. Harrodsburg,"Ky., arrived Wednesdayand i Ib. palls. .75ci weeks at her home ,with Mrs. improve.(p that she Is able to ,be out of I ; '
I Mince } I heeL
leat.U.oz.- lOcI
are guests of tbeia' daughter Mrs. i doors., ,
Kate Roberts, is now convalescing. I
Philip Hannah for the month of I + ,
March.. I" Mrs. W. S, Britton went to 'Mobile Mr. Wm. H. Knowles left Thursday 'IJ -
:O i 1 HOME 'MADE BREAD I yesterday to spend Sunday with her for New York..
I Miss
Chandler of Mobile .
I We sell bits Moreno's j husband.
made,. a.filing visit .of two days to II I home-made,bread.and.If is J Mr. R A. Hyer and family,.Mrs. F. We now have the above styles In ALL SIZES AND WIDTHS *
Miss Lillie Taylor during the week, fine. Fresh every morning Mr. and Mrs. Concannon of West B. Hagerman and family, and Judge to EE. EO don't,,you think It a good suggestion to tell you to come
Sol Cahn & Co.k leaving for home Friday. I f -10 cents. I GadsJen are the proud parents of a Boykin Jones have, all moved Into! at jour EARLIEST or else your size may be sold. We have other
the country to what Is known styles not quoted-in fact, a MOST
t .- Mrs. ,. beautiful baby daughter to be called as the COMPLETE LINE
( I
Alfred will entertain "
Moog .he Luclle.Mrs.. "old Dansby place or the "Albeit
k Married Ladies- Euchre on Wednesday Hazel Farm." back of Kupfrian's
+ Th. Pure Food Store, afternoon instead of Tuesday the regular - ., Frank Bonifay of Houston park. They will reside there until

I meeting day.Mrs. Texas, is in the city for a ,month, nextwinter and perhaps Indefinitely.

'. .- '$*uth.est Corner Palafoi and Intendencia I ."BeafrIce 'Jlarea i who'has' been ROSENAUGERElDS visiting hire; Rupert on Intendencla Miss Pfeiffer of-+Cincinnati- who has MEYER SHOE CO,
r street, where her old
many friends
in the city for the past two weeksas been the popular and charming
Ir 176 the guest of her "daughter, Mrs. R. and neighbors will be glad towel. -of, Mrs. D, Dannheisser. and several guest Feet Furnishers For
Phon.s I 480 J. Owens will leave Monday for her The Fancy Grocers, come her home again x times has been induceo!prolong her Folks
home In, Ocala, but, will stop in Jack visit 'beyond the original I f
sonville to see Sarah Bernhardt who Phone 391. Mr, J. W. Gay and family, except was imperatively; )" summoned intention, home j102 S., Pala fox
Miss removed to New .
:plays there Wednesday. Mrs Julia have Or-
leans to reside to the regret of their, -Continued-on: Page: Thirteen);


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.:j MONDAYS GREAT SHOWING OF m mrJ" S j.i. Nothing Gives. a. Man Quite So" }.

Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Goods. 1 and Continued leaves to-day.from Miss:Pag-3" Pfeiffer's Twelve) departure Much Pleasure and Comfortcomfort S i

; mP is greatly regretted by her ,
host of
and friends
f who.had planned so many more functions '4 4 especially I as to drop into a :
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. _____l---- N in her honor during the coming
week. Big Easy Rocker or Morris Chair i
. Ladiest Waists in China Silk 4 4
jjj Long and Short Sleeves. j .

i Ladies' Waists dIe Miss of Cincinnati Smith and Oo.Miss, who Annie McAr-here t on coming home in the evening after a hardday's :
M in Lawns were
and Short
i Long Sleeves g last winter have returned accompan- work. Now, we've got just the rocker 1:

$j Ladies' Skirts, all Styles-White Blue Grey Black 0 located led by, Miss Smith Morrison's.and are pleasantly. 4: or Morris: chair-big, roomy rockers with :

! .. arms at S3, S4, S5 and up to S25. Morris :

! $ '$4.00 to $8.50, also extra sizes. IJisa Kate Morrison is expected chairs prettily upholstered in velours $6.50, :

: home,today from DeFuniak, where she .. $7.50, $9 S12, S15 .and $18. You can buy :
has spent a week.
: jj{ First Showing of Ladies' ReadytoWear Hats ISm S. ..t now and pay later.MARSTON :

The many friends of Mrs. A D. S
! Smith of Mobile, will be pleased to 4 ,

; New goods coming in every day. Thirty-five cases of goods just received, fUg learn' with that her she'niece is in the John and Pfelf-staying .. S & QUINA I

c comprising all the latest styles and novelties in Dress Goods Silks Neckwear fer. 4
108x110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola Fla.
f rJ Belts Purses Wash Goods in fact the finest lines select from the Mrs. J.- L. Hawkins returned yesterday .
; to in city. gj I from Milton where she was calleda .... ..'....... ................................:
, week ago by the severe illness of
; her little nephew, Oswald. Leepard .
1 accompanied by her little niece Mary, Fine lot of 'Diamonds at exceedingly

l g LOUIS FRIEDMAN & CO. I IaeaseaeaeaeaEeeeaesaaaaaaeeessaeeeEGaaaaEaaaaaaaaaasl who will spend two' weeks with her. J Diamonds' low to see prices them.for a few days. only. Ask

: '!Ir.' and Mrs. W. R. Hughes delightfully i J. F. DAVIS, 213 S. Palafox St.
entertained a Jolly launch partyof
twenfy-two on the bay Friday,
1 They visited ,the navyyard and Ft. ............... ...................................... S
-.r .. ._ '
Barrancas, then went to the life saving :
: .... ........................................................o........................................... station where they had dinner and ( COOK IS HAPPY |
spent the remainder the day roam- :

i I PACT AND FANCY FUN. I Ing generally.the beach and having a lovely time BECAUSE THE BREAD IS RIGHT. :

ii I :.: *.
i 'Mrs. A. R. Langford returned :
yes :. There's satisfaction in the dining room too. The four *

i S AND FOLLY IN FLORIDA I.S i went terday to from attend New the Orleans funeral where of her she uncle i t: was right. the lard was right, the baking powder, :was <>
from th -
i : right. Right, whq? Because they all came popular <>
Mr. J. C. Quinn who died a few, : S grocer. <> :
! days ago; during a temporary stay In :
.. ......................._._.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ................ .. ... ..... ..._....... .......... ., ... ....... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...._ ........ Bay St. Lo 1s. I: : hUnt Flour the best half barrels.. .. .. .. .. .., ..............3.Oe :
y ) Pure Lard.. .., .. .. .. ..... .... .... .... .... .... '.... ...lOc J
f Mrs: S. Dillh4 ham has recovered :f I Baking ,Powder'10 to .. .. .... .... .... .... .... .... ....!5c T
fi i Panthers Preying on Deer. near thb city Wednesday brought to I teresting to quite a number of the I.lie and receive a liberal patronage. from a severe bronchial attack andis Good health follows the use of pure fresh foods. We furnish them. ..
ff Mr Doty Carson was in town oi The Sun office a branch from one of .guests.-Miami News. The.Times wishes the enterprise sue- now located at 613 East Salamanca. S
Z -
\Um.iaiTom) ; Immokolee. He is one the trees which contained peaches- cess.-Apalachicola Times + t 14-W Garden Popular it
I S :
riost as large as a There May Die of Olc'4e.. LAZ JACOB'YT'he
ti 'tit' most successful panther hunters guinea egg. Mrs.. Edy and Miss Clara Sugden : *
in Florida and recently killed two were dozens of small peaches, rang Cooper was'not suspended yesterday Hobo vs. Millionaire. of Grand RapIds. Mich., who are tourIng Phone
T9-k large panthers in Capt. Towles* ing in size from a bean to the average as per program announcedhewas Having run out of new microbes the south this winter, are expected ......>................................. ....*........
! partjre four miles below Immokalee. marble although the branch indicatedthat merely kept in suspense. He tha physicians are now shouting "We in the city shortly. They are S
Doty thinks the state legislature the growth this season will be may yet beat both the hangman and eat too much." Next we shall find friends of ,Mrs. S. Dillingham.

i should pass a law offering a bounty vigorous and'the yield early. the Board of Pardons by dying of old some' philosopher trying to convince WMM .***JMHMI* WMMEiHMMg .. $ .... .
lOT panther hides as he says those Johnson states that there are at age in Jail.-JJve Oak Democrat. us that the hobo has many advantagesover :Mrs. Alex Brown of East' Gadsden
' least a half-dozen trees with fruit ,as S the millionaire.-Jacksonville DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY,
oov."erful beasts destroy deer and turK and sister Mrs. Drew Bawls! returned g I
.. the wholesale. They are hard large as that wlrch be brought to A Freak of Nature. Times-Union. '
\ bj yesterday from a visit to their aunt PRECIOUS STONES BRONZSES
- Dr. W. E. Driscoll has a lemon tree I{ CLOCKS ,
the Sun.-Galnersville Sun.
also and he has
or the settlers hogs :Mrs. Wahl of Freeport, 'Jla.
!tost S40 worth of hogs through the on his place from which he picked Cured Consumption. \ STERLING SILVERWARE, |
predations of the panthers the last ; A Palatka Funnyism. two fully matured and perfectly flavored Mrs. B. W, -:Evans, Clearwater, Miss Claude :Meeks Kirkpatrick is S
month, Sportsmen looking for big I Gav. Broward, was looking for a sweet oranges. The tree has, Kan., writes:' Sly-husband lay sick for r visiting her friend Miss Nellie Brown \ ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS, 1fe

1 *;.nie should come to Les County and .real thing anti-monopolist to attend been bearing for about fifteen'years.fruit three months.}. The doctors said he at DeFuniak Springs. fe CUT GLASSWARE S
it born
!: nr the panther. They'wlIl find all the National Anti-Monopoly league. lie but never before.has fertilization had quick consumption. We 'procured -I .' I
itu sport in killing this big game I found him fernist his elbow in the other than' lemons. Cross which to 'a bottle'of Ballard's Horehound Syrup Miss Jennette, Bazzell who accompanied -
:at inedesire.. The haunts of thosa person, of his private secretary, Jem- Is the nlr3.y\ by account and ,it 'Beared him. That was Capt. and Mrs.' Reid on the .
'tws are a days journey !from'Fort I met Wolfe and so his excellency dictated for the six years ago' and since then wg have steamer Thistlewood to Tampa, New Engraving and Fine Stationery.
).f'i-Ft.: Myers Press. I a letter to emmet like this: S S SSeem' always kept'a bottle in the house. We Orleans and intervening points on the : S
'Dear Uammet: After looking all up cannot do without it For coughs and coast, returned Friday evening accompanied -
Treat on the Kid. and down the state and drainin the Things In Manatee. colds It has no equal. 25c, 50c"and JL by Mrs. Reid. i I :
An Apalachicola young man when everglades fer tofind a anty-monop-- About 4 o'clock on beautiful Thursday rainbowwas morn- Sold ,by all ,druggists. Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.E. 'i ii
oust with ing a largeand
wan lit'ry ability and a
railing upon a young lady one evening noticeable,,extending apparently, Next timg try Blue Ribbon Vanilla. i. _
Longue tipped with, silver, whose headIs
gaTe the young las baby sistera from the south 'bank of the Manatee CAVE OF'THE, WINDS. Satisfaction guaranteed or jour ;
nlckle The ''baby, left the parlor at wanst clean and nutty, and northward to money, back. :Absolutely? pure goes :
oposite Palmetto :
but returned in a few mom nts. She whose heart beats strong and turns clear to Terra Ceia thus encircling ,the principle Tlie Tlilon CartedTvI" !Stone {Yn4ee twice ,as far, and the "Blue Ribbon i .' O. Zadek Jewelry Co i
and regular-like, mind .
held the fickle m her hand extending my of the richest lands of Its Hill* of Dakota. Flavor" is perfection.:
it m the caller exclaiming: "Take 00 you, me gazzoon. and I hereby appoint the fruit-and garden spot of Florida. The great wInd 'cave has the form of ; MOBILE, ALA.

nick an get oo a 'short." A 'short" you that m* o'elegate embrace In the this earnest hope-It made its appearance after an allnight's an eight story house each story, 01 A. Nachman' Representative.A. IIfl-******** ***** DH- \\f
will opportunity
I b known as a 5; cent drink.-Apalachl-- you rain 1 when the moon was shining stratum, containing ,a distinct forma. ''Nachman ,of Montgomery announces f
the fer to ferget ,
to help people ,;
rola Times. in this issue that be will -- ---S
its brightest In the west and the I tion of its. own and each containing exhibit -- ------- p
that wanst a anty-monopoly
you were beautiful beyond description. !. his line of ready-to-wear garments : !
reform sight was chambers of a size and magnificence of ---- -
holder of principles
Peaches In February.P primary Imetto News. for women of taste at the Es- ii iiJM
himself lost in attempt to decoration such have never been
who got an 41 .
JL Johnson. a colored man em- with their EYes punched cambia hotel next Wednesday, Thurs-
TIgers (
bull the mark -Palatka News. found in subterranean cavern of FLOORS EASILY Ii
any and' Friday. March 14th, 15th, and
plo M in the orchard of Truss Denby out) must be abundance in ): Mana day
recently purchased by C. W. Chase. tee.Uasper Banner of Liberty.' the world.It 6th.' These style exhibits given by :
Feasted on Venison. a is: a dream a nightmare a vision, Mr. Nachman each season are of inestimable Ii
.- ------- Last Sunday, as the steamer LJllie Enterprise at Apalach.: carved in solid stone under the green benefit to the ladies of !Pen- GRANBY READY-MIXED HOUSEHOLD PAINTSfor
$ % wag coming up the river on her return The new ice factory will have capacity hills of Dakota stone as white as the sacola, placing them as it does in di- l':'
t trip from Bassinger:' just below of fifteen tons of Ice each twen. milk the hired man used to give us tc rect touch with the best artists of domestic purposes. Put up in one pound cans and
): PIANOS AND ORGANS. Orange Hammock Capt Clay John ty-four hours. The proprietors will drink In the dawn of a happy Jun New York and foreign centers. Every all you have to do is to shake the can, or stir the paint f'I
s CASH OR EASY TERMS. # son spied from the pilot housa on top conduct a cold storage room in connection morning, stone as red As the heart of Koman-;!nterested in dress and showus in can before applying with a brush. 25 Cents.
of the boat, a large !buck jest ahead one who' Isn't. is invited to this .
All Piano Work Guaranteed. & with the plant and make of the first bloodroot ffcat you dug in the '1 1
in a clump of bushes on the 'bank of fe...ture.cohl grand show of new styles for spring
CLUTTER & RUSHING, $ thjs ,department a special spring woo the world was all springto -
ii12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. the river. The captain hastily got This storage room will no doubt of 1906 Saunders Mill Company f
at -eu and stone that is blue with ,
which near
rifle was ,
PHONE 476. '$1 down hand and his he was, just in time. as the prove a popular. feature with the pubIiiiie btae that all the painters who have Harsh physics react, weaken the 21 Cast Garden Street. tj I'
Phone 717. I
I Ir
I deer had decided the !boat was gettingtoo --- ----- ever painted Venice have tried to get bowels: cause chronic constipation.
% close and had started to run. The for generations and have/ailed. Dean's Regulets operate easily' tone .- -- ----
--. ---- --- --- captain. -who is a splendid shot, was Grocery Co. Frozen fountains are there white the stomach, cure constipation. 25c. .:1:1--: S
"n too quick for him, however and with the leaping foam of untold ages Ask jour druggist for them. I
brought him ,"I x>wn before he could sculptured cats and horses and great .. !
make his escape. The passengers and 604, 60S 603 610 S. Palafox St. to be dreamed about o"

crewof the Ullie feasted on venison Phone 725. nights monsters and feared in dark corners in S SAMETHINaEllis r & :: .l I

the Gazette.balance of*tha* trip.S. -Kissimmee. V. J. VIDAL, Maner.THE the hands daytime of giant, organs gnomes'for built a Titan by the to MARION CURRY CO. j

Ready'In two for Florida the Funeral.towns the local papers HoME' OF EAT GOOD THINGS T9 citchen play wild for the hymns cooking of praise of weird upcn dishes a i 16, (18, 20 UARRESA STREET, :

.have had to discontinue lately Just Received: never thought of up here in the sun- -
on account of lack of ,patronage. It Halibut Chunks, Halibut Quick Lunch shine, ill manner and all kinds of : PEjMSACOLA, FLORIDA. i '

is now up to those towns to\call in 50 kitE or fancy Mackerel, 1.25. perkit. rooms. ninety miles of them, down '
the pastor and have the funeral ser- there under the uoofs o! the gallant :' =WHOLESALEt f'

raon.-Dunnellon Advocate. 60 kits Salmon $1.25 per kit. little range horses who poured the } '
S S 50' kits halibut :Ins, J1.25 per kit pass into hay th' year ro'jxl.up tern
Would Follow.A 50 kits of Cod Tongues and Sounds Dakota. 1
Obsequies Ja South 1I
and Stuffs
Feed ,
kit. I Grain
snake charmer was bitten in $1.25 per Hay j
Jacksonville a few days ago by a Bloaters, Milkers and Roes Herring ,
boa constrictor but will recover. HadIt Codfish, Pickled Salmon. Dill Plcklea| VAMPIRE BATS.

been. a Florida. ___rattler''iaUU.t Lan there J. .."..."..'wouldhave "."..11.. 'fl rof German Pigs Feet Sauer in Krout.. kits. $t.OO..:.. : They Are Fond-of Blood an4 .:. Only Exclusive Dealers in West Florida. Any Quantity. % 'i
been a nearse:
,I l on the day following.-;StLucie Manewil and ranges Fruit" Cakn. Cause Death of Many Calre .. : Experienced Grader. Prices Right. Grades Perfect. J
cut flowers
Rich National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake 25e Vampire bats are found by thousands Solicited. Write for Prices. :
Tribune. pound. -Miss Gladys. I have altfayi : Trial Order t
per In Vcragas and Clriqui. They are par.
Liked Sump's S S Style.S We handle the celebrated blends ofCoffee Ucularly fond of veal: blood but older thought great deal of you and have : Telephone %08. P. 0. Box 661. :

American They Sumter Bullock the popular' justiceof Co.. H.roasted P. Chlpman by the; Manager.Gulf City Coffee stock end horse, colts, mules and'burros flattered myself yo j think not unfavorably t..................................................J f
) married three couples did not catch a vampire Will be
) the peace, Oaxaca. 35c lb.; Gold Standard. 25c all suffer. I of ms- you my wife? I S
yesterday in his office. They were at hla! work, though I saw hundreds ---
Ib: Diamond Blend 25c lb; Golden 'Gladys! a start you gave
all colored,.anal one of the cattlemeta all
Cut lb.Strictly of them, but
Glass remarked: "We.sho', do like Rio 20c me. I thought you were going'to
parties The vampire settles -
fresh tell the same'story.
and as gooJ LAUNDRY
You do
folks. !
marryin' some
your style of the back of the money.
I an' as any Coffee sold in this 'city. soaicwhere on
de bishqp
9 j If these sparkling pieceswere it up In jes'all de of same de Sump failed Send us your orders and we will delIver beast In be pasture at night and then, f fE.

ruts bower, in his attempt to get the promptly. while slowly fanning Its wings to ant] W. LAWRMCt, frv"".' .'. Urn w... *.*.". 81. Pbo. f S Ie

ticketed with the usual proud grooms to salute 'the blushing i fro cuts a circular piece of skin one. CLAbSIMEU

brides.! -Ocola Star. quarter of an inch in diameter.
price marks, this might still be S S Through this holt be sucks the blood ,

told! with interest. For art'sand How to Be Happy.Do THE till satisfied. CONSOLIDATED GROCERY CO.
not worry, eat three square One wound would bfr of little consequence -

meals a day, say your prayers, be EDGESOF nor would the loss of blood do
beauty's sakes.The
courteous to your creditors keep your YOUR much damage were that all, but half a MAIN OFFICE. 11 I BRANCHES.
exercise go .
deep prismatic cuttings in the digestion go easy. good'Maybe, there are other COLLARS dozen vampires back may of feast a saddle on one horse poor J&CDOWnOff4a.; ; SaT&DII.h. :Tampa, Fecxacola.
1 requiresto calf or on the
laiWea metal of the bigger pieces are things that your special case S .
AND THENECKSANDS calf is weakened
but my friend, In) one night The badly
angularly rich and effective. while the make you happy;
bold for a by the loss of blood while a sad '
will you
I reckon,
ampler these.
: handicraft as exhibited in the'P1ecespossessesdignhyand while, if you subscrlb- for the Key die horse so served Is worthless until PAID CAPITAL, $500,000
charm. West Adver OF YOUR entirely healed. But
Advertlser.-Key wounds are
West Consolidated Grocery Company is inccessor to the C. B. Eob it
They 'look hne-and they are. And tiser. SHIRTS that is not the worst result,of the bite. Company The of JackwnTilU; the Florida Grocery Company of JacksoaTilltj

"f! Pnc tempt the 'hardest fisted.1 Thesale 5 '. ARE MADe The region swarms with a pestiferous the grocery tr neli of'the Florid Vaval Store and Commission Company,
lasts the week. Genuine Octupus Caught.and- Mr. Ransom fly that soon after daylight finds the of Jacksonville: the grocery branch ;j f the Mutual Naval Store Company, ..
Yesterday 001. Brown PERFECTLYSMOOTH In It. Unless the the Gull N vJ Store
Hall, while S wound and lays eggs J cksonville the grocery brne&-of & Company, oj
guests of Halcyon succeaded HERE. wound Is properly cleaned and dressed Tampa; me grocery branch of the On Naval Stores Company,of PenteeoU:
flshtar In the lower bay, with a waxy salve within forty-elghi the grocery branch: of the Wet Coal t Naval Store Company of PenacoU;
-J in catching ,a genuine oltupus., I foreman the branch or the fiouthera Na vl Store Company of Savutufc. S
one but its hours after the"amplre'j5 attack the Printer's Devil-The grocery
not such large The Star Steam
It was a Will handle everything In Heavy and Light Groceries Grain Domestic
bcdy and numerous tentacles were animal will be destroyed by the prog- 'ants,to know under what headinghe and Imported Groceries, Turpentine Tool. etc. State Agent for the White
that we somstlmes J of the The percentage, of
like the pictures eny fly. '
107 SOUTH STREETPENSACOLA very Laundry. to thisMaigfrig gas ad Hickory Turpentine Wagon
PALAFOX see in the comic papers, like calves thus killed is large in spite of is put

the New York American. 37 S E uara.,n bt. Phone 114. the watchfulness of the cow herders Editor-Un fight liar C. M. COVINGTON : ::lo"LA
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SAY 8.400 aOTTLES; SAY start"I .never" 'authorized Terry"l BLOOD POISON

"Certainly not," said Harland hastily -

I1 e13 "You never authorized him to tell The black flag is an emblem of horror and dread. When it is hoisted

ED PLAIN me, all this. but you know the man. by an army, the order has gone forth that "no quarter" will be given
ROC IT He's honest and simple hearted as a and children everything
must be destroyed. Helpless women ,as well as op
RE RoCK child. Ue-Just babbled the whole story
ing soldiers, meet the same fate, and a trail ,of desolation suffering and
right out. He said fiat! saw the
you death is left behind. Contagious Blood Poison' the black flag of the
merit of the thing as clear as possibleand army of disease. This vile disorder is known as the blackest and most great hideous !

A SOLID CAR ORDERED BY CONSOLIDATED CROCERY COMPANY, PENSACOLA FLA that It was wholly a question of of all human afflictions, _overthrowing its victims and crushing out the
L. capita} with
life.. It is no respecter of persons; no matter how pure the blood i
I : READ THEIR. ; LETTER AND SEE WHAT THE LARGEST WHOLESALE GROCERY HOUSE''IN 'THE'SOUTH HAS TO SAY ABOUT "But I didn't say""Wait" or how !innocently the disease is contracted, when this awful virus enters the

'" THEY HAVE TRIED| LOTS OF GINGER ALES, BUT'NONE,OF THEM CAN COMPAREAVITH ,Bald Harland.. with an appro- circulation'the hideous, hateful and humiliating symptoms begin to appear

;.L : RED ROCK OF WHICH THEY HAVE SOLD MORE THAN A TRAIN LOAD AND THE DEMAND' FOR him priate gesture which because seemed it to didn't'give and the sufferer feels that his very presence is polluting and contaminating,
IS CONSTANTLY INCREASING. .' delight Usually the first sign of the disease is a little sore or ulcer, but as the bloodbecome
; : hurt him. "Just: grant me the floor, forI've
td ? more deeply poisoned the severer symptoms are manifested
t ; : tie:
:. .. got only one rainute. :Mrs.Harland throat ulcerate in the groins swell red
: mouth and the glands a rash breaks
: and I and the carriage is
( are going ant:
the hair and oqt, and often the
out on the body, eyebrows come body is
jN08ACL"c; the what I want to CO"
at door. Tbte is
4 I1JlOGCRS.lWslDtlWr. 1 .. ered with copper-colored spots'pustular eruptions sores. In its
PlPCSIDClWrs. business wont
1 -, C ACHA+MPIAlAf IlICe syor course this! kanitu
S<"4 r 't CII COVINGTON,t WOGALAMCR- '.. .; isn't big enough for me to give it my stages the disease affects the nerves, attacks the bones and sometimes causes

personal attention, but if you want to tumors to form on the brain, producing :: .

"' drop In 'your. little ten thousand and _insanity and death. 'Not'only .SSlSfcSSttX awful bloOd condition poison
the balance of those who contract the poison suffer, Great cores would break out and noth-*
rnn thethln'g I'll
up ing I put on them would do
but unless the virus is driven from any
tho capital, whatever we may figure .My. hair and eyebrows fell out and
blood the awful taint is handed "
the a fright. My mouth was to
out that it to be. We'll talk that sore I
ought had to live on milk and
and its water. I
.r down to offspring, they are took
A over tomorrow. Goodby for the pres. Mercury for along time and instead ct
innocent victims. Blood Poison is insetting better I continued to grow
succes ow5 TOTHECB eat worse and my_arms and hands
'yam" deed 'black flag. Mercury and became
?" ? ROGERS CO, And he shook hands: vigorously and a BoUd .oroa. My legs were drawn a I
+ Potash, so often used,never can cure could not walk and I fcltthatmyti-
stopped! away'as lightly as a boy. Austin abort here if I dU
THE aomoA GROCERY co. the trouble. These minerals merely was not get Some re-
r dazed condition, from mf I began to use g,
M/ OrJACnOp"vlllCrlA, remained In a your S.S and it
I drive the symptoms away'for awhile helped me from the start. After'takin
In ,
which he was unable to emerge even
/ r" GRAIN.IIAY FLOW.GRITS MO MEAL. LS GfOD ENS6 co. the presence of Celia Harland. and shut the disease up in the system, it while was the sores cured&U and healed to-day my I rhenmatiam am .
and when are left off, it returns ,well it
"" In hb apartments, however, and under they strong man. cot all the met!
cur out of and
worse than before. This treatment ) my it eUred Jr.a
the calming Influence of good to sound and well ADAM SCHNABTT,

:_).. -N Pensacola Fla. Feb. 28, 1906. '\" bacco be was"able to analyze the situa- but not eats only out fails the to delicate cure blood lining poison of the Evansville Ind. No.211 Mary L

? \ tion, and he behld It In three branches:
b ,. ff.$ The Red Rock Company, > First-Terry is the'son of the father stomach and bowels, produces chronic dyspepsia, loosens the teeth and fro
.?,. mercurial rheumatism to add to the patient's
Jacksonville Fla. quently causes suffering
'; of lies,but be meant to do me a kind-
r S. S.S. the medicine is the of this vile
vegetable disease.
eGentlemen..-- ,, ness. Shall I betray him and wreckLis great conqueror It
.' ." : hopes? goes down to the very root'of the trouble and cures by cleansing the blood o1

r ;)z Please ship to us at once Second.-Mr. Harland: has been stricken every particle of the poison. S. S. S. does not hide or cover up an.thiIl"S

; t : t 75 Casks Quarts Red Rock Ginger Ale _, t. -J: ,: ir I with the fortunate delusion that I but clears the entire circulation of the

25 Casks Pints a Sa sa sa i- I Iest dm a good business man-the only kind virus and puts the system in good

It is the b on earth Our people will have no other ; once : of tell man him he the.likes- facts or understands.and reject' It this I S S well healthy as certainly condition., because It cures there safely is not as a

. IR .f : \\ they buy it they want it again. It is an automatic repeater. : scheme he will think I am a donkey. e particle of mineral in it. We offer a reward -
t: l for that
proof S. S. S.
4 .ti very truly, Can I risk that?

Consolidated Grocery Co. Third.-Mr. Harland has looked Into PURELY V E GET A B L E. !js s not purified Purely and vegetable.strengthened When with the blood this
this game, and he believes that it will
Q!: K. .. By C. M. Covington Vice-Pres. win. His opinion is worth two of mine. great remedy the symptoms all pass away and no sign of the disease is ever
is there left the least trace to be handed down to
To go into this with him'and prove my seen again ; nor posterity. ..
ability under his and drive this Special book with instructions for self-treatment and any medical advice de-
i It's Good to Drink Every Day in the Week-Before, After or With Meals. Can't Help But Do You Good enterprise to success eyes Is the short roadto aired will be sent without charge to all who write.

' ii heaven on earth for me. Shall I ever THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA.

. ; Sold Everywhere-PInts and Quarts, or So per Glass have such another chance? -
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No one will: be In doubt about the '

$1 lie Red Rock Company Manufacturers Jacksonville Fla. decision which Austin made from the S t

facts of the case'as stated under those

z, three headings. Within a week the

partnership was formed, the money LET YOUR MONEY I WORK AS HARD :
1 a. t
banked, the
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f r 1 ua........__ ..___. ... _... ..__ ... _... I month there were Indications of sue- !:
*:a3HS *# **# ji. -'$ H but was now battered and ,torn and said Terry, with dire earnestness, "and cess.: Terry's advertising matter had

t 1 xi The Journal's Daily Short Story I shrunken with many- wettings; Austin you'll"have a fortune- withIn two i begun to appear and to excite phenomenal FOR YOU AS YOU HAVE FOR IT :'

recognized: it for a volume of south years Interest Within a year a flourIshing -
sea sketches by an author so Jllustrioua lie supported this assertion with the business had been built up.
i that his name must be suppressed in moat moving arguments, but Austin And one evening in his bachelor quar- -:,:
this affair. Terry opened the book at was obdurate. He would not risk his ters Austin announced his engagementand fact, it can be made to work harder for
the South- Seas.
A Treasure
. s, xi of a place where a I leaf was folded and i ipointed $10.000 on kanitu. nor would he con-. accepted the cordial .congratula- you than you did for it, because it can be

i to a paSsage that rn 'as. follows sent to experiment with that remedyIn tions of his friend Terry, now changed
BY HOWARD FIELDING. made to work for twenty-four hours :
| you
: case of the gentleman whom he almost beyond recognition and clothedto
r Copyright 1905 by Charles W. Hooks. "It Is Dot In the nature of this world'sgovernance dreamed of calling father-in-law. This the edge of fashion. every day and three hundred and sixty-five

that an isle should be so latter refusal Terry Deemed to take "I tell you my son" said Terry, days in each year. If you haven't any )
tit "f x-m# frx %%&3&H%%%&: H ii<#m blessed as Halenui. above all its fellows l- harder than the other; and be said it "there's no limit to a. brave man'shopes 4:
j ?,i: was downright heartless of Austin to in money then by all means
and not have an appropriate curse this big world. 'Nil dfeperandum JStart
TERRY would like to see of narrative style and Austin's natural to balance the account This little land deprive a sufferer of,his only earthly :.-there's. the only motto. And If I

y /alk sir," said the office boy, dread of what are called "hard luckstories" of plenty in the barren tea Is no safe hope. any man has a right to bear It I have a Savings Account
4 vanished in the Inside of one residence the "Just tell who he is You've realized;' tat
for never
and then, perceiving that strangers. It is ancestral me an4 give me you've never un-
' the name conveyed no mean- minute. His Interest took hold upon home and present headquarters his address" pleaded Terry, "and I'll derstood what I went through. Two the First National-a dollar starts it and !

Ing to his chief, he added "Tinker' the tale; he followed it with eagerness, of the plague of rheumatism and. make a new man of him. years-two years, by jingo-I struggledto
: at to draw 4 cent interest.
even with for there lurked in hima begins once
n'' Terry. That's what he Tell Mr. envy though you shall have found yourself "Not for gold and precious stones," reach that rascally island and never per
says." great unsatisfied appetite for adven Immune In every other corner of the said Austin. And at this Terry abruptly saw It No, sir; I was never within
Austin it's the Tinker.: ture. '
took his leave after heroically declining 600 miles of It"
;Vi Austin blinked at the with the "But torture .
boy what was the object of all : of monej.._ "Never?
manner of one who Is waking from a this?" he demanded when Terry paus- "the' "Certainly not At the end of all
week you shall be stretched<<: upon' it In the evening of second day
# dream and,. in fact:, he had been re ed. "What the deuce were you after howling. The natives Indeed protect thereafter Austin called at the home of that cruising I landed In San Francisco FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF

called from thoughts scarce nearer to .out there? Why were you so anxiousto themselves by the use of a pjmple J root the queen of his heart and upon being with only a sailor's wages in my

reality than dreamland is. reach this island of-what do you which grows in vast abundance'some- sh' wn into the drawing room found pocket and, my hopes no nearer: than

Tinker Terry la dead" said he call It?" where In toe Interior. Its secret Is pre- himself alone with her father Mr. they had been at the start. What did PENSACOLA FLA.

t 1} lowly. "lie was drowned two years "Halenui." said Terry. 4Tbafs Us served from visitors and from resident Douglass IIarland, who was pacing tho I do? Despair? Not much! I could
y name. And now I'll show you what Iwas not get this confounded kanitu. Very w. H. KSOITLI Pres. W.K. HTKK.JR.. V.-Pres.and CasMer.
ago last April in the middle of the Pacific whites as welL These mutt buy'from floor and chewing as if for a wager. T,W. Baum: and W.N.ROBERTS. Asat.Cashier.
} ocean." after. the chief, whose charge Is moderate "How: 'are you Austin?" he cried, J well. I said to myself that I would not DiKBCTOBfl-F. C. Brent. W. A. Blount W. H. Knowlea, W. K. BIer Jr-
,, He drew from his pocket a little met be beaten. I made the stuff. D. (l. Brent.
' considering the possibilities of extortion with amazing cordiality. "Glad to see
: "He looks it. sirresponded the boy.with al box which had "Made itr:
9k i once contained wax which He in such 4 monopoly. As ;you. How's your friend, Mr. Terry?"
t a timid grin. matches, but was now full of irregular Austin and his "Yes sir. Listen to me. Ten years
N, it for the virtues of the remedy I can tes- paused. speechless, .
, "Send him in. said Austin. fragments of a yellowish white substance tify from personal experience. An hour gaze was so intent upon IIarland's jaw ago there'd been a great rheumatismcure

; Presently there appeared at the doors like the dried root of some plant. suffices for the cure and a handful of that it sufficed for a question. I on the market but it failed be- --- 4

1 of the private office a man who had In- "This is my treasure" said he. "I the root will guarantee Immunity from "Yes; that's it," said Harland-"kani- cause the proprietors didn't know how

deed been drowned. Fathoms deep had faced fifty deaths to get it, and by pain for many weeks. The natives call tuBy George, sir, this stuff is heav- to advertise. Now, I knew how to ad- No. 5/103.

i, be gone down amid the whirlpools of Jingo, I succeeded. There's a ton of it it kanitu, a. coined word replaelng8nolder ; en's best gift to man!" vertise, but I hadn't any cure. Very C.Y.UMAR President. JOHN PFEIFFER. Astkttnt CII"" '.
this world and the engulfing billows stored in San Francisco In my name" name now out of use." "You doa't really believe that it's good. ,I raised a hundred dollars-beg M. E. CLARK Vlce-President and Cashier. L W.ANOHEWS.Assistant Cishlar.
''Ks **A ton of it!" gasped Austin. ged It-and bought the formula of
Lad sung in his ears. i Terry had .been following Austin's you allY good?
t lIe was short of stature and of a "Oh. I can get as much more as wa I "Bellevef cried IIarland and he Hawkins' Old Home Remedy, the best
4' from line to line of the
I eyes paragraph
r starved leanness; his worn, shiny black need," said Terry. "I've made all the I end at the precise moment; when the tossed his arms high. '-If I'd done that thing that ever was. I experimentedwith THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
i a kind of snakeroot -and discovered
clothes hung in folds and drooped as if end was reached he cried yesterday morning, he added "the ,
1 "But what's It for? What : would that a little stick of it the size of Of flNSACOLA. FLA.
they were wet; a weather beaten hat can you "What do think of 'that? Did pain have killed me. My dear
1 was in his hand, and the hair of bit do with It?' I I you ever hear you of such an Indorsement? tello'w. I'm going to chew this stuff all a cigarette would soak' up near a tablespoonful DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY 'OF UNITED STATES.
, 1 head was sleek on top like a swim- Terry nervously selected a bit"of the the time. I'm going to learn to chew It of the Old lame Remedy,and
; tw sue?; falling over his ears In streaks root and put It into his mouth and How has this Jewel lain so long buried? in my sleep. ,You did me a good turn that the stuff worked better take* that CAPITAL STOCK,,$100,630.; ,SURPLUS, $55,030.
Man do
i realize the
of urAustin
is of black and gray, though the man was throughout the subsequent conversation -: you worth when you sent Terry to my. office. way than out of the spoon. By jingo
closed the book and tor some it knocked rheumatism silly!r* DIRECTORS.:
be chewed
under thirty it as if it were his II es -

r He closed the door hastily behind him soul's sustenance. But he did not delay seconds contemplated, the author's "When I did what?' Austin strode across the room nndcaugh't Henry L. Frank Rellly F. E. Browner
name, half effaced the Covington
i4' and, without waiting for a welcome to answer Austin's question. Between "I love upon cover." "He's a bright, fellow in his way," Terry by the shoulder: with a, J. !M. Pfeiffer/ W. 8. Rosasco, C. W. L+mar
wFs drew a chair up to Austin's desk and them on the leaf of the desk he this man like a brother" said continued Harland, not noting the interruption. I grip that nearly broke his bones. Bryan Dum ody, T. F. McGourtn, J. R.Saunders

: 1 began to pour forth a wild "Odyssey" laid a book which., had once been n he, "yet he was no physician. "He's got .a.,good thing, "Do you mean to'tell- me that I have A. M. Avery W. H.MHton. O. E. Miure,

-lt. of the south seas. He had a fiery gift i handsome product'r the printer's art, "Physician be hanged!' .exclaimed and he knows how ,to push it Of, -bunkoed both .the public- 'and Douglass W. L. Cewthon Dr. W. J. Hannah, Mth'enzlc Oertlng,
I Terry impatiently. "I'd' rather have the course I understand your position. Harland?" Alex I\tcGo"IJI, C. M. Covington M. E. Clark.
5 w patient's word than the doctor's IOBunk..Ooor-
any cried Terry. "Why.
---- --- Terry said' that you couldn't go In
day. lie says he was cured. That's deeper than 510,000 and didn't you're a public benefactor From first Accounts of Banks Individuals, Corporations Firms Solicited.

L. HALL & CO what the public wants .to know." think it. was enough. Your view of to last, have we beard of a single case Four per cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
"Do you mean to say'that you're where our has failed? No
goIng the matter, as Terry disclosed It tome, ,. remedy sir
H r# t WILL SELL FOR SIXTY DAYS to try to put this stuff. on the' market showed sound business sense. It gave ;we haven't"

I ?" ,"But Mr., Harland? -- ---- -
me a very favorable Impression of How can I tell
t i3- FOUR FULL QUARTS "Am I?" rejoined Terry In a sort of your judgment .As'you told him, the him? I have cheated him.. I have stolen QOO..O'.....

14- M ...0 F... subdued shriek! as he sprang to'his feet his daughter. I"- i J. S. REESE President. E. W. MBNBFEB; Caihlar.

. k ; "Man. do you fancy that I'' like:to. be ------- "My dear fellow, Mr. Harland knowsall CART. Vice-President. J
i I .rM THE CROWN OF BALTIMORE ? Is this about'It-has known from the start PEOPl '
PURE, RYE WHIKEYSO poor my taste In the matter of ; THE BANK OF PENSACOLA. J:
r h? attire? I la. ha! And 'besides." he I had to tell,hlm or he wouldn't come .
; FOR $3.i added, with a change of 'tone patheticand rweddil in'If you've got to depend upon a t Director*-L. J.: Rllev.., J. >S. Reese W. DeC. Kessler R. M. Caty, JT

absurd-Mbesides, I am In love." cannibal chief for' these goods.' said W. A. D'Alemberte, T. A. Jennings, J. J. Hooten. 1

t t: Other brands at rock-bottom prices. You get your Austin drew a deep breath and seem- he In our first Interview, 'you'll get 4.> TRANSACTS. A GENERAL YOUR ACCOUNT BANKING IS RESPECTFULLY BUSINESS. SOLICITED I 4

e goods the same day order is received. Give us a trial ed about to say' something""seriOUs.. stuck Your supply is beyond your o ......'...... ..................... t..e..o..t.+
Then he checked the utterance and began control. It's a fatal weakness. ThenI

order. B. L HALL & CO., Quincy Fla. to laugh silently nn with increasing Cakes. told him the,truth.. That's all right',

enjoyment Terry sat down, but said he, 'but don't mention it to Austin.
-- I He's GREJI: .Paum.n'. .: V.h.IU U.
was too nervous to sit still. got one of those :New England T R.HILTON M.EUSHOT1X,C. 8t11B. T.MANSFIELD E: MORENO Are'.Gain
F Ia I "What's the joke" he demanded consciences. They don't prevent men

You Have Malaria when he could restrain himself no We have installed our own from going into games like this, but Citizens National Bank
longer. ovens and now hue a complete they make them uncomfortable He'll .
baking plant so that we can do better work If he doesn't know.' So of PanMcoU, Flprtd*:
: "I'm In love too, responded Austin. lllED 10...
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furnish cakes for weddings, entertainments I've kept mum.
"And her father has the rbeumatiam. home Gco. W.Wright. If orn.Bear.. T.$.Welle. Rix M. Robinaon. L.IIiltenGre"a.
ITerry's picnics and lIe drew himself up to his full height
Marvelous coincidence! consumption to order. ,Name A ClNtAL BAXIllNG'BUSIHtSS JRHN9ACTIDOA.H."y
of five feet four inches and tapped
eyes blazed. the kind want and we will
you himself proudly upon the bosom of his
L "You give him some of this" said he. furnish It for you just when you Immaculate dress shirt. Austin ....
t s t "If the man has any gratitt1<1 "-. want it sank
into a chair covered his face wltll.'hia
WILL CURB YOU "If not a question of'gratitude," in- Hot Biscuits. Rolls, Butter .
i a terrupted Austin. ..It', a ,matter of and Coffee at 5 oclock each bands and laughed. R M.Ca". *.......",
CURES propriety. My pecuniary equation does morning. Pr.... ; : cto t..>.
Accidents will happen but the best Wholesale and Retail Desist ill
L it not warrant me In falling In love with
: families
regulated keep Dr. Thomas'
LIVER Domestic Anthracite
a young lady who hat been favored. i Eclectric Oil for such emergencies. It Steam COAL

BEST FOR with all the advantage of :wealth. ,I I subdues the pain and heals the hurts. and Blacksmith

am generally supposed"to be a sharer I Office--No. 43 South: Palafox street Telephone 93.

CONSTIPATIONGUARANTEED ti in this fairly prosperous 'business, but I Back from the North. Yard corner Tarragona and Gonzalez streets. Phones 6 and 372 fl

., the fact U that Lam only the salaried Kandy Kitchen Cafe. Miss\ C. Smith after an extended

4 ) manager on a Jtarlf contract. I J I visit to the north has returned to the .

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"!'Ir," he began as he entered the office safety desposit boxes-two of them i why that chap was always -so f'f willing
cf a weekly paper and found his way to United States bonds( and-the 4ther. for .
the editor, "do you want any wood on

tubsrriptton"So, sir" was the reply. "Ton see. I
ksTH steam heat and burn coaL"
Could I leave you a dozen eggs or a
bag of potatoes, and secure an editorial I
noti -All editorial notices are 20 cents a
line sir, and I buy eggs by the crate andictatnes !
( "I thought by the some carload.of subscribing to your w (
pnper.: ;
"It will be cash In advance." I II IP
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Bat I'm not, sir. If you want to borrow I ,14 I P #
a thousand dollars on a first mortgage
!: you can have It." !l IIIIII
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I. With grateful acknowledgment 'to its i,596.70S Policy-holders for .their confidence, the Metropolitan Life Insilia ceC ripany'presents the fo1Ipwifl :simmiary of its i THOS.- "

; condition and affairs..for the year ended December '31, 1905,: showing, it-to have _been 'THE ,BEST YEIN: 'rHE.COMPANY'S HISTORY PEBLy'


iJj. tT United, States, City and R.R. Bonds, ,Reinsurance Fund and SpecialtReserves, $132,705,296.00' T.YATEin[

and Stocks $79,629,477.18Bonds .. Dividends Apportioned, payable 1906,on .'. rf

Non-participating Policies, 681,942.00 OPTICIAN
and Mortgages 38,062,610.75
Sameson 'Participating Policies, Intermediate ,- -J' 306 THIESEN BUILDICH

.h Real Estate 17495905.30
t Brarich ,., 621,081.00 -

? 1i! Cash . .* 4183912.16 p Same oh Participating'Policies, Or&naryDept. 26,726.79: DR. c. -,'e. rENNEflOSTEOPATH. f

p (Salt. Nearly all the Ordinary policies of the O..fe nonrpartidpatmz '
Demand Loans on Collateral 3,747,285.50 policies issued at low rates of premium) .
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Loans to Policy-Holders . 3,703,554.50 -4 ____ Contingent Dividend Fund, Intermediate WILL RE-OPEN OFFICES IN PE

Branch . . .4 299,768.48 SACOLA APRIL, 1stDR.J.H.MOCK
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1% Premiums deferred and in course of S

; collection (Net) '3826755.63 ,All other Liabilities r.i.jj.i-i- 1,147,084.06

Accrued Rents etc. Capital i and Surplus 3?. j.4 J .,T-"7" 16,181,578.96
t1 Interest t. ? 1013976.27 .
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$151,663,477.29 :: HOME ,OFFICE BUILDING :: $151,663,477.29
Largest Office! Building In the Wof 14.Mft oa Ave.. Fourth Aye. 23d and Z4th Su, New York.City -

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:''f JOHN R HEGEMAN: President The Company OF the, Peop1 'BYth P1 FOR the People and Bridge Work a Specif: ,

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A REASONABLE INDICATION OF THE DESERVED SIGNIFICANT FACTS \' Paid Policy-holders: in 1905 for .. ,. ,COMPARISONS, ETC. 7 and 9 Old Armory Building.
The , :1905 \. : ,. $61,531,588.49
Company's claims in
policy paid 1905 averagedin Death Claims Endowments "
; i POPULARITY number one for each minute and Paid-up ) ",Cain over*:1904 '. .5,545,831.53'Surp1us'i Phone 1077.
a quarter of each /
: business day of 8 hours, and in amount $105.83 a Policies, Dividends, etc.with amount 1905 :. > ,. !. .1 16,181,578.96Gain By
of its plans and of faith in its management may be fairly minute the :over 1904 '. '. M I 1,346,358.97
;L claimed the number of year through. set aside on their_behalf as increased, /.
in Metropolitan policies in force. The value and timeliness of these be : Increase in Assets during'1905 (f. { 23,569,162.05 DIRECTORYJoppa
If t! It is not only greater than that of any other company in gleaned from the fact that of the claims payments may the Gain'in.Insurance in force, .' -w 126085438.00
I America but greater than that of all the other regular companies during The total number of Policies in force De 31,
combined, less It exceeds, in fact year,4,326 were under policies less than 3 months old, reserve$37755,42859 >, .
: i4tj one. the COMBINED 8,391 were on policies which had rv.n'under 6 months ; .1905, was 8,596,705 Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F. IN'
POPULATION of 24 of the States insurance"Dee.
and Territories and 15,148 were within the first of insurance I .The total amount of outstanding Joppa Lodge. No.6, I. 0. 0. F,
out of the 52 forming the American Union,viz: Maine, New year f 31, 1905 $1.596,509,760.00Number meets Tuesday at 7:3J 1.
,* Hampshire, Vermont, Rhode Island, Connecticut Delaware, THE DAILY AVERAGE OF,THE' COMPANY'S Paid Policy-holders since the organization i t of persons in the service of the Company,over 19,000 o'clock emery at Rafford Hall evening West Garden:
4t.4h f District of Columbia, Florida, Oregon, Colorado Arizona .
r Alaska Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Wyoming, Utah, North : of the. Company, ,plus! the THE TWO DEPARTMENTSIn St. Visiting brethren are cordially In.
Dakota, New Mexico, Indian Territory, Oklahoma South 395 per day in Number of Claims Paid. amount invested and now on hand for the Ordinary Department policies are issued for from vited. c..
Dakota, Washington, Hawaii, and as to CITIES,it exceedsthe 6,972 per day in Number of Policies Issued. $1,000 to$1.000,000 on individuallivcs.'premiums payable an- T. H. FLEETWOOD. N. G.
? combined population) of Greater New York, Chicago $1,502,484.00 per day in New Insurance written. their security nuallysemi-annuallyorquarferly. In its Industrial Department J. W. GINGLES. Sec. II
Philadelphia, Boston St. Louis, Cleveland, Cincinnati and $123,788.29 per day in Payments to Policyholdersand (which is family insurance)policies are issued on all the 31jan6m.
Milwaukee. Addition to Reserve. 64,084.'f2 insurable members of the household with premiums payable !J
Jr $77,275.94 per day in Increase of Assets. $3f weekly. Pensacola) Lodge. No. 3, K. ot P.
meek every Monday evening at 7:31: C

o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall
The Metropolitan gained in insurance in force on which premiums are: still being paid MORE This Company issues no -TONTINE or other forms of deferred dividend policies, in whicli the over Pou stable W. Intendencla Sc.

; ( THAN ANY OTHER COMPANY IN THE WORLD. ', :, amount to-be paid ,to the insured must'..largely be a matter ESTIMATE, at the inception of the Visiting brethren cordially welcome

z1 The Metropolitan wrote more business in the Industrial Department! 1905 than ever before in contract, and of DISAPPOINTMENT at its maturity.Its H. HORSLER.J. A. IC1RK1ATRlCK K. of R. & S. C.C ,\

:f anyone year. i policie aft plain business! contracts_which tell their whole. story on their face; leave nothingto ehaate
The Metropolitan wrote more business in the .Ordinary Department in 1905 than ever before in' the imaginalrorfr borrow nothing from hope; require definite conditions; and make definite promisesin Ratnbone Lodge No. er
,30, K. of P.. meets every
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anyone year. dollars and cents. Thursday evening at 8.01: 1m!
The Metropolitan wrote more business in 1905 than any other Company in the worldl And this Is not'the" fatt that,notwithstanding agitation in life insurance, the Metropolitan! wrote more o'clock in their temporary Cor

for the 12th consecutive year. insurance in:its/Ordinary Department in 1905 than it ever wrote in any preceding year, proof that:: Castle Hall, over Pou st> both

The Metropolitan has'more premium paying business in force in the United States than any other GUARANTEED 'BENEFITS for a fixed premium are what people 'want? _- 'C ble W. Intendencla street .

company. ..In its Industrial Department policies no obligation to pay dividends is either expressed or implied, dl:1Uy.welcomed.! Visiting knights are co: mciS

i ki. The Metropolitan has in force one-third of all the legal reserve policies in force in the United States. the premiums toeing'at stock rates, without the loading designed for dividends ; nevertheless the J. D. KIRK. C. C. <

Its Industrial policies in force equal in,number all the Industrial policies of all the other companies in Company for'years past, as a pure act of, grace, has returned a part of its surplus, annually, to the C.J.LEVY.KOXR.2.; : wilan !

the United States. holders of its xthciesThe total amount so paid, including the amount set aside.for- 1906, is < I
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I.flL; I J. P. McLOUGHLlM Assistant Superintendent, .Salisbury Buifding, Room '3, 22 1-2 W. Government St. cIa 7:30o'clock.Monday street evening, .on An every'at n. 'whwh" .

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i1 131< *, *" *. ?* J we cneered the ,
HUU < king and to the
C f IP AT w 9C <** C" t c .queen we were acfustomed to seeing Recorder.
i :; i? echo. In the harbor. I HERE'S WHERE YOU LAUGH sei(
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fc c, J Impression the | Unmasking. the Life Saving Station we spenta Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. O. 0. F. COsta
.rt I The hour for unmasking now ar happy hour loitering on the snowy Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. O. 0. F,
'i I rived. The king and queen stood near beach, watching Jhe restless wa'Ves: meets every Thursflay evening at 7-J3
Pensacola Mardi Gras I I the front of the sta' e. The lights changing from sapnhire' to green as ; at the new hall on West Garden W
:!I I were darkened, then the mask was th?dashed against the beach. street. Visiting brethren oon2riy::
., torn away and the smiling; face of The swash and sound .was so quiet Invited. E. GREENBLATT, I
; :; t. sfe Miss Jefferson Bell, In Tallahassee Capital. :" Mr. John E. Stillman was disclosed. ing and it was so,'beautiful the hour j J. NEVILLE. Secretary. en UM
I' Again the cheers shook the roof. was spent all too quickly. The homeward t

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I I were accorded the honor of a seat. in flame, just above'the line where wave Rebekah, meets every Monday nht!

'We arrived Saturday night, after the comiffg of the Queen and her at-!, the box with the queen and the royal and sky met; across the gleaming at 8 o'clock in I. O. O. F. halL Vis rIng fc ftnt ros
4:14 twelve o'clock. tired and travel-, tendants. They: were a bright pictureof I party, and were among! the dancers. waters lay a brilliant path of glory sisters cordially invited to be pres
; tt4t: stained. The city beside the sea was grace and beauty as they came up Mrs. Browne looked very handsome in that' led straight into the gateway'of ent. the
'ri rather dismal-lookiirg at that hour for the steps. The queen Miss Daisye a pretty gown of white liberty satin the, sun-a stream of molten gold) that MRS. PEARL WITKOVSKI. .
; it had rained and the streets were flyer, is a graceful, pretty girl, and whose clinging folds suited well her flashed across the dancing waters..'We ,MSS WILLIE KENDRICK. Sec 1rtr.V"m

I dark and empty. I was forcibly re wore her honors well. I was sorry graceful,figure. were passing the monitor Florida justas 'ii ,
E. B. A. No. 81. meets first ant
tr minded of a clever journalist's de- she Jid not carry her magnificnt A Peculiar the sun set.The -
of Tallahassee he City. 'men stood attention the third Wednesday evening at 7 30 p. soiPrc
t.ti: scription which .boquet herself-they were an armfulof at on
Pensacola l : as a city, possesses many forward deck 'an<'omcer m, ,Rafford Hall, No 10. West Intea-: :
l&W termed a city of "magnificent distances splendid American beauties.All ; smart anJ I lag !
marked dencla street.
and insufficient illumination," the morning the club was tilled peculiarities but her peculiarities straight as an Indian, stepped forwardand -
Lr4 equally applicable to Peusacola. it with a gay crowd, eating and drinking, even are pleasing, and her saluted) and with bared head A. G. FELL. Pres.J. PRE
seemed, at that hour; ,but the morning and then they danced the rest of the people are "as the salt of the ,earth" lowered the Stars and Stripes that L. SWEENEY. Sec. .
cordial .
r- broke brilliant and clear and the day. ,- hospitable.4 ? floated above.
: dreary impression of the night vanished ,5 On the Bay.; "', We watched in silence, every heart t/i W. O. VV. ".
rt'ict.' and we saw Pensacola In glad Confetti.An On'S'unday afternoon', we went out throb a: tribute of reverence for Old : ,1#, \\f; r Live Oak Camp No. I, W. U. W. dent
unpleasant) 'part of the Mardi 1 11', in Pythian Hall 1st and 3-'J
array. The royal colors-green, purple on the..launch 'Cupid" to tl e. monitor Glory-''Americans, one all, and proudof ) for
,, Gras is the throwing of confetti. ,' in each month. Vlsltlci
All the Wednesdays
and little
n gold-floated from every sidei Flo'rida monitor that bore the
; and afterward to the LifeSaving
.rtij.zt' interspersed with bunting of red, the day long boys went up and down Station. l flag. The sun went down in the west, a -- Geem l3 sovereigns cordially invited. of F
white and, blue. the streets" calling, "Confetti! two for I do not' think of the pathway of feold no longer lay HI. P. A. BOGIIICH. C a to tJ
five! Every man you met had his any were prop- upon the face of the waters-a hush mod Down. First Antolst-Gee! You went out olWlfer LESLIE E. BROOKS. C! rk.Woodman's .
the Club. erly proud of 'our 4
pockets full and none escaped. It. state's namesakeas fell -On, you're all wrong about h<<. your way that time to hit that fellcw.., ,
upon sea and sky, tender tints of
t We viewed the king's parade on perhaps, would be 'we steamed alongside the gray It take: a woman to size up another Second Autolat know. lie's my Uo4 ectt
f Monday from the balcony of the Os-I not so objectionable I I ironclad with its toy guns; It was-likea gray and mauve and rase glowed 'in; woman. lord. Circle. CC-IlBEp c''
: ceola) Club, which is the rendezvous among acquaintances, but to have, toy boat beside the $splendid battlerIiiciNo. the west; eastward the gray was as Hubby;-Tea.or to run her down. W O. W. C.. OalpHrre; No I,
handful dashed
; of the smart Pensacolians. inour eyes by I i i < soft as the .breasts of the sea culls Woodmen Circle mels every ThurSday -
t. 1 Waiting the arrival of King Priscus I some one you never saw before, and! == that ward speeding homeward, and, 3 p. m., 2d floor Pythian Hall OfPou's
4 p VII. we spent the tIme delightful!>- certainly never want ,to see again, Isi f uiT to makethe picture perfect, the new <;stable on Intandencia street (
everone was cordial) and nappy, and very disagreeable. But it never pays} mocn hung a crescent line of silver -== Visiting' sovereigns cordially: )! invited:
there to lose your temper; and after I< just, above the horizon. Mrs. Leona Langford Guardian; Mrs
was just enough excitement anJ -
caught the i Ready at all hours to .
cry of one enterprising answer Onward -' *L ai..TWI
to make sped the Cupid .toward the __ ,_ M. B. Olsen.
.t expectancy It pleasant. 1 ATsfll" -'
I 2 The vendor, "Confetti! two for five! Everyone to anypart of city1, First class in I dock, where the lights _on'MU.3CO1e: fJ. --
parade came at last-the her throws It I every respect Fast and.'gentle horses =::
; nobody gets mad but f wharf gleamed
aids like asparkling tiaraon
the ,
military boys the soldiers I ,
school teachers andold maids," I and polite drivers. Phone. ; ,-No. 183.: .
took ,the brow
from Fort of a queen, and the water I .
Barrancas the detachment : and
mine with a smile. George K.. Faulk.: Pensacola St. Andrews
... of : lay. dark and restless beyond. The ,
I marines from the monitor Flor'da: :1' : ,
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'l followed by the Lord High! Mayor and harbor lights! Thgharbor lights! 1
I The parade Tuesday night and the And home it I Gulf Steamship Co.
j Privy Council and then the king : agail}!
coronation and ball were the most; GOOD}) CARRIAGE. I \\
masque in his I rI
golden -
i chariot. brilliant features of the Mardi Gras. ( I STEAMER TARPO.V ,

t t I The band played "Dixie," anJ I I The Coronation.The When you want a, .gV>od':carriage,I I The iiinal.L _ W. G. 3ARROW. Master "It '

( everybody cheered and hurrahed loud opera house was simply! packed i prompt service and s&f; an>l. careful l Foley 4' ci4|Chicago.,originated s FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER. .A.\D Je'lbcr.'CI
and long. when the curtain rose. Priscus VII I Hooey and Tar asia' throat and lung -
.After the treatment remember the, original I remedy and account of FREIGHT SERVICE
parade we all waited for sat upon his throne; the moment was on the great -
tense: .--who: Is the tin'g? was thequestion HACKMAN'S EXCHANGE". !' merit and "popularity of Foley's) -- -Betwwsii'ENSACOLA. i dt

jI on every lip: -Then the scene PHONE: 185.. Honey and Tar many Imitations ire APALACHICOLA Ideei .
i changed. offered for the genuine. Thesa; worth. MOBILE.
VVOODAllldnds The maids of ,honor and their It was founded fn 1892 and It has a less Imitations have similar sounding CARRABEULE. ST. AN- Publ
tendants at. reputation 'for polite and careful! drivers names. Beware of them. The genuine DREWS. MILLVILLE.And JUeD'.
that you want. gowned in entered-two blue and two-two abd the best informed:cabmen ip, Foley's Honey and Tar is in a yellow at tJ
two pink two ID the city. Following'are'tie'members Ask for it St.luirew.. 81/1, hood
lavender. package. and refuse / all points on
They :
to the king. made obeisance to and their hack numbers: ,* any substitute. It is ths best remedy ... ;;-C.---: Carrabclie and ApatahiCOlLSCHEDULE M b
!"L OAK AND PINE Then the'queedf A. M. Soloman. NoA. *"}:Leggett for coughs and colds. W. A. ITAlemterte '.......7 LnG.a' celvf
entered-a '
: regaL No. 5:; J. StallworthJNo. 7: J.E. Mor- druggist and apothecary.EXCURSION Leave Peueacola: Sundaj, 1:30: I- ate
stately figure in her gown ,of .wh'te: OMa'l. tbe Book Store. Ala. Ho
rig No. 8; S. Sunday; .T'\. No..ll 0 & for Mobile.
-jc cheaper than can buy and gold; with her : ?I' ... Customer want to get a book m
you armful) of Ameri-i H. Taylor No. 12r Q.,Abdelcolhe, OB coi- Leave Pensacola. Taesdaj. 8:30: fr &%net
It anywhere. Any size can Beauty her No 'sot-Es WITH BUT SU>;OLE'Iar buttonCan you suggest,anything?
you roses ermine trimmed 15;' R. J. Parker. No..18-T; H. TODAYThe TWO A Clerk-Tee. Here's a book called -Uwunte ?, for St Andrews. MlllvJile, A;*
l want. robe of white and gold borne by two1lovely old, No. :21! ; S. Bibbs,,No.''J$;, M.Hear-l THOUGHT" of the
) pages. The king rose to greet I terson, No. 30;. A.J. Braswell, No.: ; steamer Florence Wlth rbee point- Anton
i1 SEWELLPhone his queen. ,Sie knelt and he placed i! are" nice For additional laformaMoa apply l U
E.G All the. above ;'closed will run an excursion today at '2:30p.
the jeweled) crown upon her fair head'and riages. -' '. 17// m.. stopping tbe life saymgaA.- J. R. SAUNDKRS.B ,;as"rot. .
raised her to a seat by hU sideI, Signed J. STAL .WORTH,:Pret.By : tionand other points of interest. 'Subscribe R. COBB .
614. and, forgetting that it was not all I AdI The Journal Gen. Frt. and Pass.Pensacola. -'r.. "
... ..real,, C. IL TAYLOR, gec; aad: Tr mission 50. children 25c, I *"!&. 11

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