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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: December 9, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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FENSACOLA FLORIDA. SUNDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 9, 1906. PRICES_ CENTS -llU' I.l IU



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'BY A WOMAN PEONAGE ; ,-i :

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Handicapped by Absence tr .
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Victim Lying in a Critical : '' -. < .. ; I Jury, \\ :;\\rrrn: Ses- f (J
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jf Seven Regular k :

Condition in a Hospitalat .! ;: sion Reached\j'h-ipro-' j
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Players. THE ORDINANCE : -.tti j14.

. Washington.Mrs. r1t mise Vet't. .

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frt Weak Line Made .

Prohibiting Signs Being Anna M. Bradley, of r Five Employees) Jackson .
Resort to Fake Plays I t 0ii'

Necessary. Placed Over SidewalksOf Salt, Lake, Claims He ; :: Lumber Co. Declared .. H HNot 9


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COV.E! TEAM PLAYED STEADY, ry ,Her. 1 : .. 'I'

The ordinance prohibiting signs GALLAGHER HELD IN $3000 BAIL : ; .
PLUGGING GAME THROUGHbUT .
being suspended over the sidewalksof AND THE OTHERS IN .111
I $2000 EACH :
AND WON A VICTORY BY THE the city is to be rigidly enforced, DECLARES THAT HE IS THE ;'

and the Board of Works has issued II PENDING SENTENCE WHICH ;
SCORE OF 5 TO 0.-BARNEY orders that all signs be removed FATHER OF TWO OF HER .

where they constitute a violation of CHILDREN AND THAT SHE ATTEMPTED I WILL BE PRONOUNCED on .' 'j .;

BRADLEY
AND THE STAR MOBiuE -I the ordinance. JII.AGE
This action THURSDAY-NO OTHER P ON. i J. ; t .
PLAYERS. was decided upon at a TO KILL HIM WHEN
recent meeting, and instructions Issued I I
I CASES AT THIS TERM. f
to the police officers to see that HE IGNORED HER DEMAND FOR I l' f .

the ordinance is strictly enforced.It I MARRIAGE. ; I, t
Special to The JournaL is a violation of the law to placea r ; ;, !j J
nle, Ala., Dec. 8.-In
hard .
a sign of any description over the lr j I
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battle on the :Monroe: Park side walks but the Board of Works By Associated Pre.. '
on to-day the eleven from the I Washington, Dec. 8.-Former Unit THEVERDICT. i ; ; r
can give permission to GALLAGHER .
parties to paint ROBERT 'OSCAR SANDOR W. E. GRACE ,
"rsity :Military School of this city ed States Senator Arthur Brown, of 't
signs upon canvas and place them We, the jury, find the defendants ,il :
'led the Pensacola Classical Utah, lies in a critical condition at a '
over the sidewalks and also to .t"
s ool team by a score of ;5 to 0. |(Iq. illuminated signs. hang'hospital here to-night from a pistol! I Robert Gallagher, Oscar. : I J'

.' Pensacolians were greatly wound in his abdomen inflicted by' BATTLESHIPS MAY VISIT Sander and W. E. Grace guilty j 'L L'' '

.icapped i; ; and weakened by the : Mrs. Anna M. Bradley, of Salt Lake FATAL WRICK as charged. We find W. S. -, f ;
1 'ilce of seven of the regular City. The shooting occurred in r
I Harlan, E. Newlander ,
Archie I
mbers\ of their team, but notwith-- Brown's apartments at the Raleigh L i p 1

iD.tnding this fact, the boys from the, SEEROR IS hotel. It Is stated to-night that PENSACOLA NEXT YEAR : Bellinger, Harry Halversan [ : "1 :

pep Water City put up a hard fight Brown's condition is critical but not' and J. W. LeMaltre not guilty. t J, ;

':roughout Their line was very necessarily fatal I >.: _ I 't--: I
t eak and, owing to this fact, they re-F According to Mrs. Bradley's state- ON SOUTHERN : = : : :. .

:orted neatly. to fake plays. ment 'she came Washington to demand After the Annual Target .r :
A Pretty Play. PROGRESSINGNiCELY that Senator Brown marry her, : .
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They pulled]) off declaring that their relations The jury tn the ease against W. S. -f
a pretty play were
very DEFICIT IN 'THEBANKRESERVE Practice in Southern Harlan, Robert Gallagher, Oscar Sao .
It the second half after they had i known in Salt Lake. His only reply i J
don W. E. Grace E. ,
AT .1
';''n the ball from U. M. S. on their I she said, was an attempt to I Two Killed and Two Fatally "I cbie Bellinger, Harry Newlander Halvereon and "; i.I
ard line. the leave the Waters. .
Abercrombie right room and she shot him. :
J. W. LeMaltre, all of the
employed
II i dropped back for what seemed She declared that Senator Brown : ,t.11
was I Injured in Collision at Jackson Lumber Co., of Lockhart, Ala., .
'inrward pass, but stopped to tie his the father of two of, her children. '}1 : .f"
after
8 I being out five hours last night ;,
<)t. when the quarterback, "
pullinghis i
headgear, threw it back to Both Well Known. Danville, Va. I SECRETARY JONES IN RECEIPT :brought in a verdict of guilty against )
Gallagher[ Grace and Sandor and
\1 rcrombie. Several U. M. S. play- Salt Lake City, Dec. Ex-Senator OF ADVICES FROM A FRIEND ex- :' "
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r- made for Abercrombie but the [Although the Work Is Retarded Brown is a prominent lawyer and *; ,
,; edy little quarterback was already was elected a United States senator By Associated Press., DEPARTMENT, WHO SUGGESTS;, t. \
iderway and before he was downedd I when Utah was admitted to state- Danville, Va.. Dee. 8.-A wreck in Wall Street Hopeful That [ ,..< & P-.V"jOi -, .:<< ''7.: : ,'I
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covered a distance of 25 yards. to Some Extent hood. Three years ago, a charge of the yards of the Southern, railway in THAT PROPER REPRESENTATION ;""'': ',,,,, t'"J / ., : -; "I.1' !, ..
The first score of the game came in immoral conduct was filed ,against this city early to-day resulted. in the Secretary of TreasuryWill "" 'I;> ;><; '
BE
MADE TO THE NAVY
Non-Arrival of death of two men and injury to two .: j '.
second half when Bradley for the by Brown and the Bradley woman by .;: !>"" > J
M. S. was sent over the line. the former's wife, who later. withdrewthe others, one of whom will die. Relieve the DEPARTMENT. ; .. -'P: I :, :-
The dead are: George C. Kinney, of .., .,
charge. She .died about
;' ney failed to kick goal. Pipe.The I two <: ,
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years Mrs. has been Thomasville)) X. C. tlie engineer and "
ago. Bradley
"he U. M. .S. played a steady plug- ;"
C2 game tnrouenout, with Barney --- prominent woman's club circles. an unknown mart wtj Js prf>oably a Situation. Secretary Jones of the Chamber of'' : ,t '
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Bradley tram?. GtiorFor, the .nrgr" fir1 :; i t i ie.r
e. showing- advantage inc
:' construction of Pensacola's man, vnli probably "!"e'. Commerce: Is In receipt of advicqB '.: '
f the -.e-'. .
: ) scrimmages.The \" -- .
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sewerage system Is now progressing' A' mixed "passenger and Pullman Py Associated Press. from a friend in the naval service -t" -.; ,.."I"Ij
Line-up.
I I satisfactorily. although the work is ATTEMPTED train north bound, crashed into the that if proper representations are ,) i
TH teams lined as follows: New York Dec. 8.-The heaviest deficit
up :
P-ti' trola-Abercrombie. right end; I!being" retarded to some extent by de- A freight on the main line. Fire followed below legal requirements in the made to the department it is possible .! I I ,f I
in the arrival of material. that one or more divisions of the
I l the wreck, which was controlled ))
7 -iiison. right tackle: Phillips, right I flay legal reserve of the associated banksof
I several weeks the forces of north Atlantic Fleet (one division at
men only after four freight cars had .
'
r."rt. Eagan, center; Pace, left. this city in thirteen years was disclosed '
,have been at work time) be brought to Pensacolafor
building north been burned. a may
ru!:t'd l: Williams left tackle: Hannah,, by today's bank statement which }
from Wright street, but recently a the purpose of giving the men : 1
Engineer
Kinney is a brother of W.
:rf.-rback; M. O. Brawner, right : shows a deficit of sixteen milliog, sev-
portion of the force transferred BOLD'ROBBEY'Bank liberty after the winter target
1 "' Wk: Bass, left halfback Fried.I was A. Kinney, the engineer on train No. en hundred thousand dollars against .
; prac-I I!
to East Government street where a 37 which tice in southern waters. J .
into
ran President Spencer's r
t n: ""'aptain) fuHbacx. | a surplus of a million and a half one
I start was made laying the big 24-inch Secretary Jones acting "in strict : > :
\' ,'j!. ---.\. Mclntosh, right end; W.ID' private car on Thanksgiving day.It week ago., ,
tackle {'pipes. The, pipes run to the bay and is reported here to-day that the The largest deficit in the history of accordance with suggestions received -j. : V -
'Ut" right W. Mcintosh
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have been laid from from his naval friend, has taken the
that
point one 4IpM
train In
not
I passenger was flagged the associated banks was sixteen anda .
i nard '
Beulo. center A. Durant
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," : ; :block west and the contractor antici-ii Hold-Up Prevented to matter up with the authorities at i..
'" ,nard Cox. left tackle Welch by time prevent the colision. half millions on August 12, 1893. f
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that the and feels confident that
i pates pipes will have been Washington, !
I Wall street is hopeful that the secretary
Thark.: Barney right halfback: 'placed as far west 'on Government through the influence of Senator :Mal-f t"
Action of
y. .. Quick Clerk. of the treasury will soon take 1
VUleft halfback fullh
; Bradley street who is member of the "
as larragoda by January 1st SOLDIERS lory now a
ASK measures to relieve the present money
; and it is possible that better progress senate committee on'naval affairs,I j j Ji
stringency. The heavy drain to the I
n One Killed in Chase.By :
..following acted as officials; than this will be made.It that a large number if not all of the 1 "t
Mr': ;. referee Overton, umpire. west on account of the crop move HON. R. POPE REESE ,
; was expected that near the bay REENLISTMENTBy I ment, heavy dividends declared this big fleet of the United States Navy I .t"
front considerable trouble would be en- month and extraordinary speculationsin will visit Pensacola before the ships:< ,Assistant to District Attorney Sheppard 1 j .J> i

countered with water and quick sand Associated Press. mining stocks are the cause of the go north again next spring. j In the prosecution of peonage ; ,$r. .
SKIDDOO BA\QUET! but none was experienced, and consequently Great Bend, Kans., Dec. 8.-Enter Associated Press. present situation.cHURcH Secretary Jones has requested Sea-, cases. :j. ; .i

the work there was done ing the Brinkman Company's bank Washington, Dec. 8.-At the in- ator Mallory also to procure an order' U i i'f I

quicker than anticipated. alone shortly after the opening hoar stance of Secretary of War Taft, Sar- directing at least one battleship, on ionerated the other defendants. This I r \

OF CELEBRATED this morning, a stranger, afterward : geant Ningo Sanders and Private El- one of the new cruisers of the navyto verdict was only reached after a f ", t

TO SAIL AROUNDGLOBE identified as George A. Lewis, of Kansas -I f'more Brown, of the twenty-fifth Infantry AND STATUSEPARATION be placed at the disposal of KingPriscus stormy session during which the '
City pointed a gun and ordered colored, to-day filed with XIII, during his reign begin: noise in the jury room was plainly t 1' :
GRIDIRON CLUBBy Cashier Taylor to throw up his hands. the military secretary, their appliestions ning on February 11th, and also to.heard in the corridors of the government .. ;
IN CASKNOVEL The clerk sent in a burglar alarm,I for reenlistment in the army. LAW have the navy department to order.I[ building and was a compromise, .:- ', :

hearing which Lewis fled with a One of the applications has been referred the battleship Louisiana to call at1:(several of the jurymen having originally .
Associated Press. crowd in pursuit, seeing which Lewis to the that he Pensacola, enroute north from NewOrleans been in favor of convicting all ::
Washington:! Dec. 8.-With the pres- took refuse in a milinery shop on the I I president may of where the people of the Pelican 'j of the defendants. It is understood .; 'f '
I whether out
Mfi\ and vice president of the United CRAFT NOW BEING COM second story of the Wells.Faro build- the determine any men DECISION, OF POPE MAY RESULTIN State will present their name that the jury had the most trouble de- .4. ( -
twenty-fifth Infantry be -
S' '. ambassadors from Great Britii1 Ing, where he barricaded himself. : can reenlisted sake with a silver service, on the fifteenth ciding with reference to Mr. Harlan :: j :
; .md Japan, Speaker Cannon, senor PLETED NEAR... AUCKLAND. Several shots were fired to dislodge and on what terms. COMPLICATIONS THROUGHOUT instantPAINTING and that he was found not guilty principally JI'1 ;
** and representatives and because of the fact that he has !
many NEW ZEALAND. Lewis and one of bad aim sent a FRANCE. k
MI rains of industry present the twen bullet into the body of Bud Westfall, already been convicted in one case. : ;
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fr third annual dinner of the Gridiron a driver for the express company, TESTIMONY IN THE T"ECOURT j] The three men found guilty were --1.r- : t1

Hub was held at the New Willard to-- killing him instantly. t allowed bail. Gallagher in the sum of : J .
Ught! Special to The Journal. By Associated Press. ; $3,000 and the others in :
the -j'
of
Satire, burlesQue and comedy were Auckland. N. Z., Dec. 8.-A sea captain After several hours parley Lewis I BIRDSONG TRIALBy Paris. Dec. 8.-The *nTiren and HOUSE. j!12,000 each pending sentence sum which 'I-; ..t!
at Whangerel to circumnavigate surrendered and: was taken to jail. state separtion law becomes effective ,
1 the proposes -
1I dominating notes of the "lawn ten-I (I will be pronounced on Thursday next ',:' : ,
I BS! cabinet," which meets with the I the globe in a thirty -- I next Tuesday, and on the followingtwo when the three convicted at the for .<

1 1I resident every day but Sunday and foot cask shaped like a fat cigar. RYAN AIMING AT Associated Press. I days will be enforced in the various BIG BUILDING WILL BE GIVEN A mer trial will also be sentenced.! ,. ',,:J ,
The cask which is Hazlehurst MissDec.. 8.-Testify- departments rTance accordingto
1I I talks with him over the subject of now being com The jury after rendering the nr. ; :
I ntire. pleted at Whangerei will accommodate ing in her own defense on the chargeof the time when the official notice COAT OF PEARL GREY diet, through Foreman Jno. G. Welsh, -j\1-;\ ;
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A strong feature of the dinner wasH two persons and some six RUBBER MONOPOLY murdering Dr. Thomas Butter, Mrs. reaches them. tendered its thanks to the court, the : _I. '

I : gridiron! "Simple Speller and DictJmary" month's supply of water and provl. Angle Birdsong gave startling testimony Word received from Rome says the PAINT. attorneys, the United States marshal :1.,:t. !.j fJ',

issued in a forty-page book, sions. The cask will be ketch rigged I to-<1ay. She said she went to Pope absolutely forbids Catholics to and the bailiffs for the many courtesies j .
*b. -h was exceedingly funny. ;I and will draw lees than four feet of' Special to The Journal I j'the physician's office with peaceful intentions hold religious service &ij3cr the law extended to them during the long 1 i 1-
water Brussels, Dec. 8.-Tne granting to to ask an explanation of reported of 1881 as the J
The recent discharge of colored I government proposed Under the direction of Contractor ,siege, and were discharged until next
t'oes of the Twenty-fifth infantry I The owner claims that it will be.I an American syndicate headed by Ir.I 1 I; statements from him concerning If such Is the linal d,ciaion of the Reynolds, who has supervision of the Tuesday morning at 9:30 o'clock. l,.,;\ '

*a* the subject of a quiet rap at the impossible to sink the craft and that' Thomas F. Ryan the financier, of a her character. While there he at- Vatican the situation will be greatly work for the County Commissioner! Of General Interest. _' '" .
*Sr department and the president was it will live in any storm. concession from the Con o Free State 1'temfted to assault her and she beganto complicated and may result in violence I the court house building is not on'.yj! I The case Just concluded has been '. : \

e it pared in the general fun.NO I I for an unlimited peiiod of 15,620 l shoot Weeping she swore that by extreme Catholico.TWEN I being: repaired thoroughly but Is also .one of universal interest, not OAly to ..
HAS square miles for the collection of',., Butler" had never been intimate with being given a coat of paint. The coloris this city but throughout the entire I.
NO TIME TO rubber has created a distinctly unfavorable hsr. Defense rested: this afternoon I pearl rey with appropriate trimmings country aDd the conviction that bar t.:. .

fREE LIST impression here. One of the ;and arguments: will begin on Monday. I and when the work \IS completed resulted are due to ue hard work: of f
BE ANI INVALID local newspapers has figured out that fl'iVSSftSI i the bnllding: will)) present a hand District; Attorney Sheppard and fall i
the area invclved is l larger than theji I iREVOLflONISTSi I I somer appearance than it has done in able assistant, lion. R. Pope Reese. ; t' \ j

WITH' POSTAl. area of Belgium! itself. Another in'i: CAUGHT IN RAID CAUGHT IN ICE!I,many years. who have been unremitting In their j.,
Special to The Journal. cal newspaper is authcrity for'! ; The storm of September caused efforts to secure every particle of evidence '. I

__ Berlin Dec. 8.-The indomitable the statement that the syndicate j I I I many leaks to start in the roof, and possible and to present it to the ;:
Ey I energy of the Kaiser has become a was in reality orginized by the j!, By Associated Presn. By Associated Press. when the repair work was being done jury in the strongest manner. Th* I
Associated Pre*s. I I J
Npw York. Dec. 8.-Clarence II.I matter of current history but it has! American holders of a patent for'i Warsaw, Dec' 8military raid 'I 1 Sault Ste Marie Dec. 8.-Twenty f much other work was found which address of Mr. Reese, wan summed z p ,

MarkE'T. president of the Postal Tele.raph -i;: just, been revealed that he even! treating rubber and that it plannedto on the RaLkoff Iron Works at Czensto- vessels have been caught fast in eight I required immediate attention, and this the evidence for the government yt..

Co. said to-day that the board 'I works when Ill upon the theory that form a rubber trust with this as the Ii chow to-day resulted in breaking up inches of ice formed during the prevailing was decided upon. The last was the,. terday, was an especially brilliant effort *
directors had passed a resolution I he has no time to be an invalid. It:$ nucleus. What is aimed at It Is an extensive revolutionary organization. cold weather In St Mary's riv painting of the building! and this Is and brought that gentleman the -
members of the
"atms; that owing to channel conditions -I'I'r is related that during his recent in-'I j jI claimed is the rubber monopoly of Eighty-seven thirteen er. To effect the liberation of these now progressing nicely. I congratulations i of all who heard it : .
l! it wag found necessary to stop I disposition on account of a cold which:: the whole world with this concession I band: were arrested Including of vessels the Lake Carrier's Association Although the armory hall has been I, Mr. Sheppard. who closed the cue ,
w fr-e transmission and confined him to his room at Potsdam as the nucleus. terrorists suspected participationin has organized an ice crushing expedition repaired it will not be painted at the for the government made an eloquent .
uw: the messages : i he received regularly while in bed I the recent robberies and murders.A which will leave here in the present time. j and impressive address that was tally
"lsC<)nunue company the would absolutely I all of his ministers, heard their reports BIG MAIL ORDER large quantity of arms and ammuni- morning. In keeping with the able manner 1* :
free list and after and
anuary 1. on gave orders, signed documents tion, several printing presses GIRL ATTACKED |(which he has conducted the CAM
b outstanding franks will and generally conducted HOUSES BURNEDBy many revolutionary proclamationswere throughout. i
.. honorpd to the affairs of WILL RELIEVE BY INSANE[ 4
and including Decem- secured.FAREWELL MANBy 1 .
IH'r ;'1 the empire from beneath the cover j jPittsburg. Strong Defense. t
Associated
Dec. Press. GENERAL BELLBy The defense, as in the former trial 4 -
lets.His Chicago, 8.-The mail order BANQUESTTO Associated Press.K )
ARRANGED BIG LOAN FOR Majesty is said however to enjoy house of The John Magnus Companyat HENRY WATTERSON Dec 8.-Michael KW sJk basbeenailthatcouldb.deelredand J- ,.
an enforced "room arrest" Associated Press. made attack nothing was overlooked that woull ;
TURKISH GOVERNMENT upon 35th and :Morgan streets was destroyed an on Edna Story seventeen
the theory that it enables him to by fire to-day and the adjoining By Associated Press. Washington, Dec. Brigadier years old to-night, cutting off' her: tend to strengthen it. The acUTe :
r.. Soeclit to The JournaL spend more time with his family that building of the Universal Tradingand Louisville Dec. 8r- farewell ban- General Wteet who has,been assignedto haIr with a razor. Kurovik attacked L work was performed by Judge L. 3. r

lust ho\'a<' Dec 8--By a convention he would not otherwise pass with Supply Company was badly dam- quet was given to Henry Watterson, the command of the troops In the girl in her home and made' Reeves, who was called into the CM* .- .
IT slne; here" it appears that the them. The Empress and younger' aged. The total loss Is one hundred here to-night by three hundred of the Cuba, reported at the war department his escape from the house. The girl's I after the first trial had resulted: fa .

gresentatlve.;: of the Ottoman bank children, he says, are thus better able' thousand dollars.Of leading citizens on the eve of his departure to-day and received instruction. He cries attracted a large crowd which. the conviction of Messrs. Harlac! HIV .

4>"f.,arranged for a loan of $40,000- to become acquainted with the husband the three hundred girls employedby for Spain where he will will sail for Cuba next Tuesday to relieve captured Kurovik and had prepared loa and Hnjains, and his careful ques- :44

kJ1i?* *IS I' the Turkish government The and the father than would be the Magnus Company many had exciting spend the winter. The Teteran editor General Bell who will then return to hang bin when the police; rts- tit nag of witnesses and s':>}k> .u.ddre3 4- 4

l'.ge 1; on guaranteed the by a third mort- possible were it not for these periodsof experiences before having been i addressed his "fellow) townsmen" Informally. to Washington to assume hIs duties cued him. Kurorik, the I'OUCI* 1.* tf' the. jrrv wrre Ql1tfmHf'jy; !'f) r.cJr.f .

revenue monopolies. I indisposition. rescued by the firemen:and police. ; as chief of .u!. Insane. f fEf f -- -?=: G.b E.thth Pane.)





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46-inch Overshadowed Plaids at $1.25. Look.over this list and see if there isn't something named that you need. You'll Ombre Effects, Plaid Silks at $1.50.

46-inch Ombre effects at $1.00. save money:, on anything you buy here, and you'll get goods that will be both fine inquality Tartain Effects, Plaid Silks at $1 '.t

I 56-inch Suiting, light and dark effects, at $1 Crepe de Cheme'at-l and 125.

and $1.25.54inch and attractive in design. Follow the crowd to The Big Store and do your 40-inch Silk Downe-at$1.25. '

Broadcloths!: Chiffon finish, at $1, $1.25 Holiday shopping. 36-inch 'Black Taffeta. Silk :at $1, $1.25 and $2

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All Silk Parasols, with Sterling Silver han- An attractive assortment in all the new Skirts, strictly Tailor-made. all the new partment.. .

Affects. and at the right prices. '
dIes $5 and styles, /I
up.
Our Hats have the right style about them,
All Silk, with Gold handles, from $7.50 up. 9x12: Axminster Rugs from $25. up. Plaids from $7 up. .

A cheaper grade with plain handles, $2 and 9x12, Royal Melton Rugs, from $25 up. Voiles, Black only, $10 and up. and our> .prices are most modest. AVc hay l'

up. 9x12 Body Brussel Rugs ,at $60. Plain effects, from $5 up. _.10 two alike. See.them

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Lace Curtains Maks Good Presents. Cloaks and Suits as Christmas Gifts. Belts, Ornamental Combs and Hand SatchHandkerchiefs Make Good Presents


The swell Window Drapery, Point de Luke English Box and,Walking Coats; also Tour- els Are Always Acceptable. Initial Handkerchiefs. in nice boxes from ;

and Fil de Fer designs, at $8, $9 and $10. ist Coats, very swell\ from $12.50 to $25. Belts, all the. new novelties ,25 to $2.50. $1.50 up.

A cheaper grade from $2 up. Misses' Coats, Plain. and Fancy effects, from Ornamental Combs, from 25c. to $3.50. Lace Handkerchiefs, from $1 to 53.: :50.

Be sure and see the new numbers in Lace $5 up.Coats. Hand Satchels, all the new fads, from $1 up. Linen Handkerchiefs, 'plain, from 2-H:) up. :

Bed Sets. They are beauties and for the for the little ones, with Caps to* Belt Pins, from 25 cents up; Waist sets from Handkerchiefs for the little one in h..\t'.... ,

I money can't be beat. match, Eton and Fancy Suits, from $18 up., 25 cents up. I from 25c up.


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j-jUOY lAWYERS i GRAND BALLBY' ELECTRIC CAR i did KODAKS you say? Well ,if you RAISED NOTE TO L. C. SMITH and BROtS.l


i 1; :want Kodaks or photo sup-

ARE OMITTEOI NAOMI REBEKAH LODGE NO. 10I. OPERATED TO ;plies, just go ,to Coe's Book TWENTY FROM ,

'Store. All sizes, shapes and
0. 0. F. I. I
:prices, and at factory prices,
Quaint Ceremony Yesterdayat BAR RAN CAS I TWO
AT RAFFORD HALLCor. too. Thus saving :you ex- k J
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Ipressage. :i s :.. r
The Palais de Justicein Expert operators ,
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Paris. Belmont and Baylen Streets .. will. take.,pleasure i in explainr 'i'-- .-
Test Made Yesterday of the Negro 'Under Arrest For
ling them to you. .
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Special to The Journal I New Electric 'Line' to ,
r Paris, Dec 8.-A quaint little ceremony Passing Bad.l\loney On (

r;: de Justice.took place It was to-day the at admission the Palais to I DECEMBER, 19th, 1906 Army Post. ,CQE'S BOJK STORE, Saloon Man.. I

the Bar of two new lady advocates or i I r
<,- lawyers In the person of Madame '
Brent Phone 235.
Building.
Bcaezech. wife of the distinguished Music by Barrios' Orchestra The first.electric car to be operated I k A.Very High Grade Visible
Parisian barrister of that name and I(I t A two dollar bill raised to a twenty
:C of Mdlle. Mille. They took the oath r I :over,the newly: constructed. line to i and so skillfully done as to escape de
tefore Judge Ditte in the First Cham- TICKETS 25cts. Fort Barrancas was successfully run Christmas tection until presented at a bank was
< ber of the Civil Tribunal in the presence -II I through yesterday morning as a test I passed by a colored man at the saloonof TypewriterNone
of a large number of black robed of theline. Only a fe wof the officials Joe Arbona last Saturday night
conferes. Madame Benezecb is Prize to bath Lady and Gentleman 'of brthe Pensacola Electric Co.;I Fruit '" and after investigating Deputy Sheriff
-. the third lady who has been admitted I I i were on board the car and upon reach I Slocumb yesterday arrested a negro Better and But Few EqualsFOR
to the Bar and Mdlle. Mille is the D&ncer.ITU'igUNDAY. ing Barrancas some of the officers of: named Fred Nobles who' was placedin
fourth since the ice was broken about I the post were taken aboard and given -I i This is the place to buy jail charged with having passed the
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three years ago by the admission I ---- a ride to the navy yard and return. :, Fruits Oysters Can- money. DESCRIPTIVE MATTER AND PRICES APPLY TO I
your The first man to be seen by the_authorities
t- of Mdlle Chauvin who by the way I It The appearance of the big suburbancar
has been quite a success, having won as it passed through Woolsey, dies, Fire Works, etc., for the was a colored man named
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innny a difficult case in various courtssince i I Warrington and at the post caused holidays. Prices reasonable. Thompson, who admitted going Into L. S. BROWN Pensacola, Fla. J
"." the beginning of her practice..1.1r' SCHOOL COUNCILWILL much pleasure at those points as the the saloon last Saturday and giving a
Madame Benezech and Mdlle. Mil! residents realized tha within a short twenty dollar note in payment for a
i(' are both very young and exceedinglyhandsome : time cars would be in operation regu-! G. P, Caparisos, drink, receiving $19.90 in change but I
he said that Fred Nobles bad asked
thus refuting the theory larly between those points and the I I
.pt t that beauty is an Impediment *o arduous MEET TUESDAY NIGHT_ AND city.Although II I Cor. Tarragona and Intendencia' Sts. him to get it changed and be could
the line Is' in condition' have a drink.
Intellectual They begin
pursuits.
V- r.! ALL SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACH for test to be made, work has: Upon this information the officers
i.<' their oarrer also with aery a ine light has a candle power of over I
.I strict declaration of professional not yet been completed and It will arrested Nobles and it is understoodthat
ERS ARE EXPECTED TO
II'I possibly be ten days or two weeks before 3,000.New he claims that another man
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faith. Xo one with a bad or a dishonest Superintendent of Lighting.W.
i passed the money on him, though he UNDER WEARJIF
cause need come to them. ATTEND.At the service is commenced to Bar I. Sturdevant of Paducah, Ky.. does not know his name.AUCTION .
; They: will defend only good and just! rancas. who has been with Stone & Websterin ,
h causes! and will defend them well so II..I the Young Men Christian Association An Arc Headlight other cities for many years reachedthe
t. fit least said Madame Benezech to meeting Tuesday Dec. 11 at The car making the trip to Barrancas city yesterday to take the post SALE.On .
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*i "('onfr(>re," before taking the oath.1 7:30 clock the Pensacola Sunday was No. 51, the big, closed car tion of the electric lighting depart- December 10, 1905. at 12 o'clock '''
With four lady lawyers now in Paris.School Council holds its regular meeting 'which has been running to the bayou.It ment of the company here. The presence noon. I will sell at public outcry in frontof
the position of feminine advocates i( carrying out the instruction of the is just out of.the shops, where It of Mr. Sturdevant will be a great the County Court House at Pensacola. YOU HAVEN'T BOUGHT YOUR f
reem assured and an encouras-: I Ir last meetings has been placed in fine condition for aid in the extension of the lightingand I Fla., for the benefit of all concerned
A special has been arranged -service over the line and among the which Is about one hundred and fifty thousand :
studious: program heating system now being
; n ent is given tu many a "superficial feet of picked up lumber bat I r
joung girl now perhaps dreaming of I and after the regular business improvements installed is an arc head made. His presence allows Superintendent from alongside nlhhet British steamship i iTugela I WINTER .SUPPLYWe ,
', a future career i Mr. C. F. Zeek will lead a discussion light which illuminates the track Semmes to devote his entire on the of September: 2eth,
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I I upon "How to secure a More Regular ahead for several hundred. _yards. The time and attention to the railway sys and now piled on the beach near Perdldo
t ANNUAlTboLL FAIRThe I Ir I Attendance." This will be followedby tem.The wharf.upon application Full particulars to II. will Basra be&given Co., caU'in ,
a question box. It is earnestly de- best for the money-Jackson Agents. \V. F. WILLIAMS will be pleased to have you .;.If
Indies Missionary Society of sired that all officers and teachers in Square Coffee. Put up in air tight Auctioneer. We I
the First Presbyterian church will the city be present. TO BE HAPPY, ,YOU MUST BE 1, 2 and 4 pound tins. Absolutely BAD BLAZE ON NORTH store. have some splendid values that wi* 'merest -
hold fair Dec. 15th
their annual dose
1. guaranteed to satisfy the most fastidious you.t
at Wm. Johnson's old store, corner TERSELY COLUMN TAG. taste. HAYNE STREET YESTERDAYA
SUCCESSFULTO
:i Intendencia and Palafox streets. Don't wait-order Blue Ribbon Lemon Full line'of Cooper's celebrated Jersey Ribbed
Tri-sun. and Vanilla to-day. Absolutely fire at 12:50 yesterday afternoon Egyptian Cotton in the
$1.50 and
Send in orders $2 qualities.
f. pure go twice as far and the "Blue your now badly damaged the home of Mr. Dry-
LADIES AUXILIARY OF B. OF L. E. Ribbon Flavor" is perfection. Ask for extra copies of The Journal's ass, No. 404 North Hayne street, and Lambs_ Down Fleeced at $1.50 per suit.
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: TO GIVE GRAND DANCE for the 25c size. BE SUCCESSFUL, YOU MUST but for the prompt response of the Good I
F big Christmas Edition firemen and their hard work the build Jersey Ribbed and Cotton Fleeced, per
I The Ladies Auxiliary of the B. of BUY RIGHT. ing would have been entirely de- suit $1.
and they will be set aside
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L. E. are making extensive preparations stroyed.
"t". for a big dance at C. K. of A. r CARYVILLE. JII I I for you. The blaze was on the roof, which Fine Egyptian Balbriggan at $2 per suit.
hall on.Dec. 21. The proceeds of this was almost completely destroyed. An excellent Ribbed
Jersey Merino at $2 per
entertainment will go to that worthy TO BUY RIGHT, GO TOGOLEMAN THE BEST OF FRUIT CAKE
; or anization's charity fund most of Soecu1 to The Journal i I GUARANTEED FRUITS, PICKED suit.
1' which will be used for their annual I Caryville. Dec 8.-The Geo. E. AND MASHED. NO GRITS. AT Genuine Australian Wool, in white and a.
.... Christmas donations to the deserving I Wood Lumber Co., at Caryville is WEST FLORIDA STEAM BAKERY. gray
poor. erecting j a new saw mill which will JOE ChristmasBOX $3 per suit.
The dance will begin promptly atE i be one of the largest and most mod Fine .,
Better TTnnn !ODC.'orkh1gDsn. light-weight wool, in white and $=3 pt
: ,o'clock. Refreshments will be sold ern mills inVest Florida if not in gray
to help In the proceds. Good music I ithe entire state. .Mr. John Cameron i A \\ fond of his pint of. suit. .
will be secured. Prizes will be given j the contractor has already begun,,Where you can make your selections: beer on Saturday night got very muddled I
to. the best dancers. In facts these i i. work with a corps of workmen. The from a full stock of wearables for sometimes.: Knowing that his Elegant Lambs Wool, in white, at $3.50 per sun
ladies will endeavor to give an entertainment -.foundation extends west of the pres- man, youth and boy. Grades and I wife on such occasions searched his BOX Silk and wool mixture in white, at $5 per suit.
that will bx more than ent mill along the banks of the pockets, he when not too far goac.wed I
One
lot '
brands from the best manufacturers in of odd shirts
and drawers :
regu'
:, worth the small admission charged., Chocf.au'hatctee river. I to secrete Ws money in \nrioiM. BOOKS our \
There will no doubt be'3 law crowd the country, such as Eagle Shirts, $1.50 for
{ W. B. Archer the present vice- places and It often happened that the quality, $1.Boy's .
and a good time will be had by all. is Knox and Stetson Hats, King Duality
I Iiresident and general manager a next morning lie could not rememberthe
Watch The Journal for full particulars CARDS. cotton fleeced shirts and drawers, 25c pi-;
I thorough business man whose connection Snow 'and Florsheim Shoes and Gae- hiding place. He had a canary
later.Liver with this company extends back ger's Underwear, together with the which used to hang in front of the CALENDARS "I garment.
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short a time the town of Caryville has swellest lot of holiday goods you ever window. One Sunday morning be was I Fine Jersey Ribbed cotton shirts and drawerat -
saw. Fancy Silk Vests, Neckwear, sitting looking at the bird when a PICTURES
Len wonderfully improved by the addition $1 per suit.
and I looked In and inquired If be
KidneysIt of several new cottages. : Gloves, Suspenders.Just neighbor
Cary\i1lo: is to-day one of the neatest -, the right thing for a would sell it As the bird was not and thousands of pretty and Elegant all-wool Jersey Ribbed shirts anders dra\\
is highly Important that these Bans and prettiest villages in the state. much use for singing he readied the. at $1.50 per suit.
ibould properly perform their functions.. of Florida. While it is essentially a. cage down for his neighbor to look at. useful gifts of every descrip-
'; When they dont what lameness of the I mill town there is a spirit among Xmas Present. whereupon his wife got very angry I Come to us for unde wear. We have the kinri
.,. tide and back what yellowness of the skin the operators of this company which find hung up the cage again."I tion. that; will please you.
,< what constipation bad taste in the mouth adds a charm of beauty to everybody Be happy and successful. will not have that bird sold on any
tick headache: pimples and blotches, and who seeks employment here. Whilewe account** she exclaimed. "I don't care I
speak of the beautiful town of
;. lo3 of courage,tell the story. naught about it being a poor singer
Caryville on the east bank of the
The great alterative and tonic Choctawhatchee river must not for lt'. laM many a sixpence and a
forget to mention that we the Geo. E. shilling and now It's begun to lay halt Gem Book Store WATSON PARKER & REESE Co
Hood'sSarsapariilaGives Wood Lumber Co, owns and operatesa JOE COLEMAN crowns. ,
railroad extending from Westville Then its owner realized where some I
these organs: vigor and tone for the In the direction of Florala,. running of .his hIddtn*'treasures bad .gone.Peuson' .- C. R. Johnson, Prop. "EVERYTHING TO WEAR"
proper performance of their functions,and through an immense body of timber: : Weekly. I I I
cures all their ordinary ailments. Take it. longing to U. company. Phone 211. :212 S. Pahifol St. Plow 230.


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** Sixty. dozen World's] .Watson Parker and One hundred -and" ', 5::2 r; .

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1 Best Hose for boys, 15c. twentpairsWomen's 1


1j j *. HEREInteresting You have paid 25c for Long Gloves, Black, 1- ; .

1I :t i4+a : I Reese Co C
I Set *i many pair not half as White, and colors, $3.00, $"

and 4 1"1
i Program Pre- good. $3.50 $1.00 per pair. ,

1I 1 II' Pared For the Jewish EVERYTHING TO WEAR ; : .

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I I.1 **1 Festival. Our Assortment of Fancy Linens, Squars and 1 r j P- :


. Chanucha, the Jewish festival, Scarfs and Centers is now Complete. _
t i il which begins on Wednesday, Dec 12, '
I ilVe will be observed by all the childrenof HI ;
I the Sabbath school at Progress ,
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Club rooms on Thursday evening at :


,1 \ Know Just What Ii the 7:45 All usual o'clock.the little Chanucha ones gifts are expected will be presented and- Many items arriving each day Down Comforts .: i.! '



i t ti ti I ]; I has The taken Jewish after on the the holiday program.character of the of a lights fes- suitable for practical holiday s Sateen and Silk Covered* ;f !i. 4f: 'f

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tival dedicated to childhood. The
Would' Suit HimSend i back ground of the feast of lights is I Ranging in price $6.00 to .
the victory of the Maccabees over the 'gifts ,
Syrians.In n'
;k Jewish homes Chanucha spreadsthe $3750 each.Ladies' ; > .
glow of light and joy and the J
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i celebration this year will be a most and children's hand bags.. j : a ii : : '

:t appropriate The following one. very Interesting pro "Laminated" Cotton Comforts .. ; ;' tf.

.-- gram has been arranged to be givenIn L Silk Hosiery .

,. .. *K the Progress Club rooms: ales : : t '
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I- The Program. iijJl $2*50 to $6*00 each ,'
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for our list. !I Dannheisser.Prayer-Bertram Heinberg Dannheisser.ReaderLepold Sidney Complete line of our famous !If I il \\ :: '" r't.r't.L pII : ".


Not a young man among all your acquaintance, Children's Service. .L 1 ttFine\ Blankets* 10-4, J JJ-4 and :
Lighting of the Lights, Prologue- "Shamrock" Linen Hand- ) .
i l-iii would appreciate from this lot. Sidney Dannheisser. "
any present : ;
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Lights-Dela Coleman, Catherine L $S.OOto $2500
Friedman, Herachovitz. Julian Ji .
Jennings
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ENTER THE GLAD CHRISTMAS TIDE.i #
Isaacs, Esther Weiland, Ethel kerchiefs. ;
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I Greenblat, Denzil Coleman, Jerome pair. {
This whole store is ready, full of practical gifts Heinberg. .. .
1 I Epilogue-Julia Altman.I : .-
for men and boys. 1.1 Violin Solo-Bert Coleman. '

Come early) and avoid the great rush.;make your .; I Harrison.Vocal Living pictures Selection. from- :Mrs.the Bible Esther accompanied New. Arrivals in Ladies' Ready to Wear Department. ; :". '{1


selections this week .be laid aside I by verse and music. SECOND FLOOR. ; i
packages can now. k History-Gladys Cahn.

delivered later. See this space Tuesday; it will. interest i ,I I Traditional Reader-Sara Truth-Ethel Musical Israel.Goldstucker.- accompaniment ..- Ladies' alack Cloak-Satin Lined throughout, ;!:' ".' :;; I


:you. Schofer, Rose Call-Goldine Levy. Jacoby. worth third $12 915 'and $22 SO 1' i
1= Guilding Angel-Hazel Jacoby. a more, J :':


Ishmael Hagar-Paula Child-JaMe-Julius Berlin.Hirschovltz.Menko. A Group of Skirts ranging in price $4.00 to $9.00, .1' I 'll f itt!


Abraham-Lenard Heinberg. of a.kind choice $3.00
Sara-Nana Stone. one your only ,: ',

Isaac-Infant f

I Isaac's Rebecca-Eva Messenger Berlin.-Sam Solomon. =m J' 1'1 15;

EOTHD1G5THIES : / 1\rtrlam-Goldine Jacoby. .
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Moses-Rose Alfman. -4 .. ; t! t. '
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Jeptha-Leon Lischkoff. : t.t it
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Jeptha's Daughter-Eunice Gerson. GULF CITY COFftE CO., -t

\BmLDmb Samson-Lazar Cahn.DelliabLillian' H. P. CHIPMAN, Manager. TREMENDOUS BARGAIN SALE MONDAY DEC. 10 107 S. t', t'1

........,...,.........'." ".....,.. .".'n.. ...,..,'.......,...."!"..-t'..*.f'.1.<"t....:'#**; *#*:....'......#"<<'.."<".....,...."."."""" .,.....""'..'.'.'.".'.........................."."'..'.'.'........:.p..".'"'''..."'"'''. Ruth-Hilda Bear.Friedman. Roasters,. Blenders and; Shippers of Palafox st.
_. Naomi-Sadie Cashman. : AT L. MILTON'S STORE. i t !
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Fine
David-Clarence Friedman. .
TURTON &, BELL Jonathan-Mark Mayer. COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL While every day in the week we offer Big Values, we call special attention> to pl;
FKOIQGRAHHERS SINCE 1870.
Kctfak Suppl.es Fmishinj tor Amateurs.! AFTER FUNERAL l King Esther-Alvin Miriam Dannheisser.Friedman. GROCERS., GIVE THEM A TRIAL, NEXT MONDAY'S BIG BARGAIN SALE. 1 1 t .

Mr. R E. Green, of Jacksonville, Fine Line Ladies, Children and Men's Hose and Half Hose, Worth 15c and 20c pair for 8c pair. i
COTTRELL, Ga., says. "I have suffered seven U Fine Line Men's Suspenders never before sold for Less than 25c and 35c pair, for 20c pair. .
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. years with liver and kidney troubles: Men and Ladies Nice Handkerchiefs, worth 100 each, for 3c, 4c and 5c each. i +
Pensacola. Fla. NOTE W AS 5 I have tried the best physicians and [ AMUSEMENTS.Ben : Good Lead Pencils, worth 5c for 1c and 2c each. % I

._---.-- -- used many gallons'of medicine all of Nice LlneFaclnaters'and Shawls at extremely low prices. .'
which seemed to do me no good.I Very Best French Secellan Dress Goods, In all colors, sold by others for $1.50 per yard,. Monday 'l t
R. K. WHITE, have received more good-in fact, Price $1.25 per yard. !
1 ilcvirattr., Manufacturing. : leweler. and Graduate feel that I am well from the use of Dunham's Vaudeville Big Line Union Overalls and Jackets at lowest prices. v. 'f.j. }
(,tie rn.30 S. Paiafex Street Pensacola. Fla. Dress Silks worth 750 for 45c ;
rush Nice Changeable yard yard.
3 bottles of L. L. L., taken teaspoonful There was a general yester- i ;
fOUNDWhich every night. when the sea.tsfor Monday's entertainment Nice Plaid Dress Goods, worth 12'/ to 15c yard, for 9o yard. ; ,
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were placed on sale. Everyone Envelopes worth 10c package for 4c package. L L MilTON !
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Tersely Told Ea1Lu.tto' the End. wanted to get a good seatsomedid Come Everybody and see about this Sale. Respectfully, .J' ;, t.

T. .I'halkly Hatton, of Wilmington, Gave the Address of An enthusiastic French physician some didn't. There ,will no doubtbe i I, ; 'fJ
while dying, made careful observa-
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Dt'<.j l consulting engineer for the sew- a crowd. I
tions of his condition, his : I' :
:;:m and street paving being done detailing Mr. and Mrs. Ben. Dunham and : of
Relatives
a,E '"i, city is here on a visit of sevm Wealthy of symptom to his son and attending Willie Farine, have been undergoing Woods and wife a boy. .! t' t '. i
tI ; nays physician in order that they might and CRADLE ALTAR AND GRAVERecord Deaths. i' : .V y
special training, for the occasion ,
ID the notice of the death of the I: a Pauper. make a record of them. At the very White-Carl Knudsen 26 years i Ii; 1 :
ii.mi: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. K. I. end, when be was on the point of passing the public may expect to see some of cause not given; W. F. Lessmann, 54 {, yI!. i ..(
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IiJ : the prettiest bar work ever seen in years, phthisis pulmonalis; John );
)*inaon yesterday morning it was start away he surprised the friends at I S
derson, General Turk and Mary Sims, f
IClE tT thai the child was one month old. !THEY WERE NOTIFIED AND BODY his bedside by saying "You see I am Pensacola.One of Marriages, Births Felix Jackson and Carrie Anderson, Antoine Brown 76 Gabriet years, tetanus cause not Mrs.given Susan; M. .. ,
tc v:, should; have been only seven days I of the features will be the ;
dying. General Turk and Mary Sims, Felix
WAS DISINTERRED AND SHIPPED Webb, 63 years, malarial fever Infantof i
;u End it had been ill for only two chorus composed of Messrs. Avery, '
I and Deaths During Past Jackson and Carrie Robinson, E. B. Mrs. A. K. Johnson, 7 days i
i I TO WILMINGTON, AFTER Helped Oct. Blount McVoy and Welles. This. Giles and :Mary E. Simpson, Joe cause not given. .. 1
II.t.i 1'.sl Lieut Chappelier, quartermasFort The Father-So you think you can quartette has a surprise in store.Pensacola's and. Seven Days.The Mathis and Phena Crosby, Lawson Colored child: of Mack McGowan !'
REMAINING IN THE GROUND favorite songster and Susie Fulton. .".
U'L t.t* i Barrancas, who has many support my daughter? The Suitor-I'm Bert Coleman has King stillborn. 7. !
comedian,
pocket
:rhd'l in this city will congratulateIpon I FOR A FEW DAYS. quite sure I can, sir, if you will helpus for the audience. Births. w.I,
something new Naomi Rebekah r
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''a! his promotion to the rank I out. The Father-I'll out Wilson and wife' ge. .
help White To Chas.
you -
i.O' Look for'It. It is sure to be good if following is the record of marriages There -yill be initiation at the meeting l' j
,! detain\ in the artillery corps, but all right, all right! Whereupon the I he springs It. births and deaths during the a boy; to Alfred Davis and wife, a of Naomi Uebekah Lodge Monday night : i k. J
regret that it is probable that he I suitor dashed madly down the front dialect comedian Jack boy; to J. A. Torrence and wife, a All members of the degree staff arf<< 'r. f
The great of record in the _
11"1 HI be transferred to another post The remains of W. F. Lessman. by steps with the father a close: second in Adams, after a silence of several offices past week of the, as county are judge and city girl; to W. J. Hommet and wife, a I urged to be present. i. ;t1' k # !
trade a baker, and known by manyin girl; to II. Wilson and wife, a boy; NOTICE f,;:' I j
President B. R. Pitt, of the Water the race.-Cleveland Plain Dealer.A years will entertain the public. He clerk: TO STOCKHOLDERS. : ,
Pensacola, were shipped yesterdayto to Joe Arbona and wife, a girl; to: The annual meeting of th4 stockholder! I ,' :
Company has .J
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a piece of metal which has prepared some very bright mono '
Wilmington, North Carolina, to the Marriages. to Geo. W. Carpenter and wife, a boy; of the American National Bank of P nn p
is cut out of the side of the water Mistake. logues.; cola J for the election of director! and: the (
R'n of his sister. He died E. Scholls and wife, boy
!ain: on Palafox street few address a MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE 64 White-Golmar H. Burke and SadieJ. to Chas. a ; transaction of such other business as
moo; where a new four.inch a days pauper and was buried as such.A The chairman told me at the meetingthat DEGREES, MINIMUM 49 DEGREESThe Bazzell, Ora L. Liscoe and Mary to Chas. W. Merritt and wife, a girl; may come before It. wiQ b* held Tues t' !
+'n was being made which connec- note found among the effects of I was out: of order." Francis Barlow, Willie Rich and Bren- to T. E. Harvey and wife, a girl. day. January 9, 1907. at the banking .. i t
shows _
dto a re- the deceased at the county farm "Well, wasn't he right?" and Colored-To Wiley Rawls and wife, house at 10 a. m.
irkable state of preservation The poor maximum temperature at Pen tlce S. Roberts, George Gilmore c. W. LAMAR. t .. t
toIL,an was put down in December, where he had been cared for during "No.: I saw a doctor on the way sacola yesterday was 64 degrees at 2 Tillis Ryan, Thomas Johnson and Su- a girl; to Walter Morton and wife, a 9decoaw4w President. t. of I Ii
i '-'. 21 years ago and so life past few months, caused the remains home, and he told me that I was never i p. m., while the minimum was 49 degrees zanna Leggett. boy: to John Nealey and wife a boy; i : ,
; it been preserved that perfectlys to be disinterred, embalmed, In better shape in my Lfe." :: at 7:30 a. nt. Last year on the Colored-Sbelvey Moses and Aline to Edward Payne and wife a girl; to GENUINE "GERMAN LEBKU.CHEN" l
'i dc i and the outside even the placed in a handsome casket and for- 'same date the maximum was 60 degrees Moltrie, Thomas Sawyer and Sarah Mark GIsom and wife, a boy; to Sylvester AT WEST FLORIDA STEAM k ;. .
of
coating the 1
fom,tal is still in apparently as good warded to the wealthy relatives. This A. Difference. (I!I and the minimum 49 degrees. 'Daniels, Jas. Weddin and Corinne An I Linton and wife a boy; to Jas. BAKERY.I U "-"

m>,n between and --- ----
IE 1' is as good as it ever was. I
relatives of the deceasd. and halting before a portrait-And) is }I
l>> ou want the best-then get But little is known of Lessman. He this the old master? Servant-:No, 81r.1'j
B l'i' .. Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla. Ab- came here many years ago, so it Is Sure, thafs the auld missus.- : r
IL 1111..1 l\ pure, go twice as far and the stated, and followed the trade of a Magazine. I i K KING OF ALL BLOOD REMEDIES E i ii ti
T1u-' Ribbon Flavor" is perfection. baker. During the. latter portion of I ,
.4'V for the 25c size. September he was taken ill, and hav Ii .
I i i- .l-

f+* +**..+.++......N W.....+.INONNN++.........+.. Ing poor no house-for home the best was treatineiM sent of attention,to and the there county and tereceived i;i;! IT IS CRIMINAL TO BE SICK g' r f.-. 1.

CHRISTMAS GIFTS IN JEWELRY AND CUT GLASS I care. He continued to grow worse. ,
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ALWAYS BE HAD.
CAN
: however, and expired during the mid N WHEN THE REMEDY TO CURE YOU m tF .
Nothing is more suitable for a Christmas gift or more appreciated by -
1 dle Of last week. County Undertaker
1 for the the recipient special than purpose a piece of affording of Jewelry something or cut glass.suitable My stock for this was purpose.selected Pou was notified and placed the bodyin Q- The Highest Medical Authority concedes that all diseases which seriously afflict mankind ARISE FORM IMPURE > ;-

1 Here are Just a few of theDr: bnCOODS. the cemetery: with others who ex- :s BLOOD. It Is also conceded that rW :: !

i Diamond Rings .. ..... .$10 to $185 I Diamond. Stick Pins ... ..$5 to $25 i pire there and who have no relativesto t t .
Diamond Brooches .... ...$9 to $50 I I Diamond Lockets ..... $10 to $30 claim them. I EBP: : O

Ladles' 0 filled Keystone WATCHES.cases ...............,... A few days afterwards In looking 3 iKetterer's -
size .1
1 Solid Gold. 14 karet 20-year.................. .............................$'i through the effects of the deceased, IX: ( ) (Excelsior) (Blood) (Purifier)
Solid Gold Diamond set ................;................................. $47 a note was found, which stated that Cure for .o .
Gentlemen's 12 and 16 size watches ............................. $14 to $40 he was dying and that when he expired is a Positive =
i CHAINS AND LOCKETS RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY AND STOMACH TROUBLE AND FEMALE DISEASES. ..;, _
to his
Solid gold watch chain ................................, ..,.......$350 to $10 .1 notify relatives. "ForGod's Q .4 'I \
0 Solid gold locket ,........................................&...........$3.75 to $15 sake send my body home; thereIs 1IJ right here In Pensacol and Escambia county and all over the country are living testsmonials :II
of 0
1. Diamond Lockets ....................................................$10 to $30 plenty of money there," said the 4 U( Hundreds of the'persons unfailing curative properties of K. E. B. P" and what It has done for them It will do for )'ou. C .
which also i
CUT GLASS. note, the address of
.1 Cut Glass Pitcher ....,.,...........................................$4.50 to $11.50 I the relatives. gave Z Those who surer: from any of the above diseases or their kindred ailments need-suffer no longer. They can OJ 1a :
1 Cut Class Bowls ................................................*.......$3-as to $9.00 be restored to perfect health by applying to your druggist or m;:
1 Cut Glass' Vases ...............................................$2.25 to $7.00 A telegram was sent to the address, a to <
Cut. Glass Napples .......... .......................-.....$1to $3, and shortly afterwards came a reply THE F. W. KETTERER MEDICINE COMPANY a
: Cut Glass Sugar and Cream Sets ...................................$3-2S to-$5.00 to disinter the remains and ship to the 505 S. Palafox SL, Pensacola, Fla. .
218 South St. former home of deceased at .f ,
These many I and all of Wilming _
are simply- few of the articles am offering i
1 "my goods; are fully guaranteed. If not as ,represented your ,money, back. ton, North Carolina.
The man who had died a pauper BLOOD
t and who was burled as such had his B UNFAILING REMEDY FOR POSION -- P ;
U J GAHLENBECK
A. last wish fulfilled, although the body
218 South Palafox Street. remained,In the son for two or three '
..11 S o1N.444.11 days. / ,,:: ..:. ,..:' :

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PAGE FOUR THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUPAY. MORNING, DECEMBER, 9, 1906r -

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J f legislature the purpose meets.cot givfng every relief two in years Just such for I


j VJbe 1ttn utola 'Jonma1i I cases and it is not on' record that any THE WEEK IN POLITICS e

.attempt was made at the last session I

I to curtail the powers of the board or

to change the personnel of its mem- I
DAILY* WEEKLY. SUNDAY. '

bership. The editors 6f the 'state are still at irrespective of factional and section-I
I' PUBLISHED EVER'y MORNING EXCEPT MON'DAY i'I Those who criticize'the board on their task of ''trotting out" candidatesfor al differences would delight in again 5TO

..BY... any and every occasion know but little governor: and succeeded last weekin honoring this noble gentleman but !
of the work of those men in Tal- trotting out" one new man if it as he has retired from active life.. any

i THE JOURNAL COMPANY. I lahassee and many care less. All they can be said' that Frank Adams of talk of his re-entering politics is but' --.
I Hamilton is a new man. :Mr. Adams's idle gossip and need not be given serious -,
t ------ want to know is that a man has been name like that of Frank Harris's is consideration.? I The Problem SolvedNo

FRANK L MAYES President an' Genera! Manager II pardoned and they set up their howl always mentioned when the time 1!I -

-- -.---.-' --.-- --- --- --- --,-- about turning out criminals. comes around to name a governor The Jacksonville Metropolis: .1.1I
I This. matter of condeminjj the }: real ambition of the Jasper senator'I I The people of Florida will regret to woman need about .her Christmas
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED Blox- sho
PRESS. however, is not to be governor but togo team that the Hon. William D. worry .
-__ _. : doning beard ,is not a new one; ar'l ? to the senate and it is not at all ham of Tallahassee has declared that ping who comes to KRESS'. It's a pleasure at KR Sy
f2 has been going on for several he candidate for
SUBUCRIPTION RATES i likely that.he will figure in the-guber he will never aaln a
h will perhaps continue as Ions natorlal office., This information comes direct for more reasons than one.
On Year .. .. ......... .$5 00 One Month .. .. .. .. .. 46. race. from him to the Metropolis. No more
f Six Months .. .. .. .. Z 50 this pardoning power is exercised by The following clippings from the state KRESS' .Christmas stocks at their
.. One Week.. .. .. ,. .. .. 10 popular man to-day Is to be found are fullness
Months .. .. .. 125 anyone in authority, but heretoforethe press show the trend of sentiment last
Three Weekly Edition per year..51 CO and
protests have from week on the possible candidates to within the borders cf the state flOW The assortment of useful, beautiful merchandise
come mainly
he could elevated to positionhe
succeed Broward be any
s I the press. It, is a lamentable fact: ALBERT:JENNINGS. might desire.RAILROAD. is almost endless. The quality is exceptionally good-
The Only Penaacola From Which
Newspaper a DetailedCirculation that these scurrilous attacks should Apalachicola Times typical KRESS quality. And the prices from
Statement Can Be Secured. : I I COMMISSION.On : range two
Lave fcund their way to the pulpit; "Mr. know lots about
Jennings
.
may
; I the first Tuesday after the first to four times less than you can buy the same goods for
i the Mcred; altar from which we receive gum but that is not a sign that hf- month the coalman
Monday cf nut :
can start the juice from a gubernatorial anywhere else in 'town.
i the message that tells us of forgiveness of the Florida railroad commissionwill
j Editorial Room 38 Papers on Sale on Trains tree." -
Ph F I retire from Ms office and will
0'1 Business| GfficelSOQ J ; It's simply a difference of price-that's all
and at all News Stands. A legitimate criticism comes as Live Oak News; be succeeded as commissioner by
Newton A. Blitch. of Levy cunaty,and Here of real Kress
f. -------- well and proper from a pulpit as The political trend for gubernatorial are'some examples values:
this will necessitate the election of
f.t Offices-Journal Building-Corner Intendenoia and DeLuna from an editor's desk but when a minister timber seems to yet point westward -
Sts. ccauclssion to
t- :' and flu!' !t5'cutcheJ! upon ,the a new chairman of the :
so forgets his calling and the person of Hon. T. A. Jennings of succeed Mr. Drown There Las: ; teea MONDAY A. M.Ki'ess'

1 '. I' cause for which he is working as to I Pensacola.? much speculation as to who would bathe .

L PENSACOLA FLORIDA SUNDAY MORNING DECEMBER 9, 190fLIt brand an honest honorable and honored I nest chairman of the commission. / --!-
Milton Index: Some think that Blitch will succeed
set be-
of officials murderers
as
"Hon. T. A. Jennings tells the Tam Browne as chairman as well as commissioner Great Xmas China Sale
: in the of their duties
The curtain went down on the sec- NonEnforcementof I cause discharge pa Times that he is not seeking the others think that Morganwill

i and act of the peonage play last night. they suspend the judgment of a court office of governor. But we infer from be made chairman on account of

Stock Law. I long enough to satisfy every doubt of I his remarks that in due season Mr. his long uninterrupted service on the 25 cents each

It ie If this weather keeps up much Some time a man's innocence before swinginghim Jennings may come into an accom- commission and still others think

longer we'll soon begin to doubt that since after due consideration into eternity or the doors modating Barkis state of. mind." that the plum will go to Hudson Burr Carl' Tjsch China. -the finest yet. It should have
of the matter in all its open
phases because shown himself to be
he has
: winter is coming. I IB 'the city council passed an ordinance of a prison and let some mother's Carrabelle Advertiser: such: a "live wire" during the four arrived for the Holiday opening Sale, but it did notsowe

B; -The many friends of Judge Wall in I:known as the stock law, limiting the son go home to die in her arms we The gubernatorial office continues i years of his service as a member of offer it \!ondav. We are always knocking over old
: believe that he is doing injury to his to call for Hon. T. A. Jennings. Re-i[ the railroad commission. To those
this section of the state will be glad district in which stock was to be al standards but seldom
r Ii 'lowed !'noble calling. Sensationalism is not cently while he was visiting the state 1[ who have watched the course of the value-for-price, we are so dar.
t to know that the charges made against to run at large but to all intents fair at Tampa the "call" was re-s! railroad commission there are few but this.
ing as
f f him in the Tampa circuit are untrue. and purposes it has already become I I for the pulpit; if harsh words are to peated with emphasis, but with characteristic -'! who will concede that Burr deserves

I I a dead letter and there is little I be used or scurrilous' abuse indulgedin modesty he declines to con- I'the larger part of whatever credit 1$ The assortment consists of. Tea Coffee and after
: I -
Candidates for speaker of the house :if any abatement of i let it come from any place .but.the sider a matter so far future as yet. We due this body for better service and
the nuisance dinner Cups Ramakins and Plates and
hope the office will not become disheartened -' Sugar Cover
i, and president of the senate of the :which pulpit-the sacred shrine where we cheaper rates from the railroads.
dictated Its
I next legislature have evidently decided During the passage. are taught that God is love. cause. but persevere in a good ; Burr has never been known to shrink Creams, Spoon Trays Oatmeal Dishes, etc. All

: to sidetrack the issue for the holidays. .I of stock daylight hours owners I In a recent issue of the Tampa from duty and his loyalty to the people decorated with a fine and thin rose cluster, double\ ma-
to
seem be a little more Is beyond question.
{ They deserve a little rest. II careful than before the ordinance was : Tribune there is an account of a ser Jasper Col. T.News A.: Jennings: of Pensacola. Mr. Morgan has served on the rail- roon band, fine gold print over band, with gold festoon

The latest "flop" in national political passed and but little loose stock is mon delivered in that city a few days was a welcome c visitor to Jasper last road commission since 1S99 when he and cluster decoration on plates, etc., worth to
by Tampa minister. His sub- succeeded CoL R. H. M. Davidson. He up
: ago a ,
seen the Saturday. CoL Jennings is prominently
life is that of Stuyvesant Fish upon streets until after sundown -
,
'- ject was "Our Carnival of Murder and spoken of as a candidate for gov Is a very quiet and conservative man 75c each.Kress'.
;' from a railroad president to a genuine -i When darkness arrives how- and has always been popular with the
I its chief Cause' and during the course ernor. He was born and reared on a
; "muckraker." it is said he will l ever, as if in accordance with a pre of his remarks ,he is credited with I farm in this county, and he is one of people. Mr. Butch or Senator Butch

I assist Roosevelt in investigating; the I concerted plan horses and cows begin the common people who has forged to as he is popularly known throughoutthe

railroads. i to appear and from then until daylight I having said: "The pardoning boardis the front and occupies a commanding state will enter upon his duties Hair Ornament Sale

i are apparently free to wander through directly responsible for many mur position in the, commercial and in- as railroad commissioner in Januaryfor
: Atlanta l is about to the ders. dustrial extraor- the first time. For twelve years
begin erec- the streets and 'I The assassin is the object of world by reason xof
parks of the
- city and 25 eachA
cents
dinary natural endowments of -, he represented Levy county in the
perseverance
lion of a big auditorium in which they I Into the their tender solicitude. Their eourse
; yards of residents
at their I industryand judgment.ALBERT. state senate and has always been align
hope to have the next democratic na- own sweet will. Even the Plaza is i incites to lynching. encourages crime :. ed with the alleged anti-corporation sample line of very heavy gold-mounted Back

c tional convention. If they fail> to land I not free from animals and hardly a and is itself the. very essence of law GILCHRIST:: faction in state politics. Like Mr. Combs, some set with brilliants. Even mere man knows

t the convention they will still have the night that I lessness however'shielded by official Palatka Times-Herald: : Morgan, he is a quiet and unassuming
: auditorium, something many cities in I passes they cannot be seen I position and responsibility. Their -Hon. Albert, Gilchrist the would- man and is very popular with the peoi how to appreciate the beauty of a pretty Back Comb,
reveling in the luxury of green grassland be-governor was so lavish in his en-i i i pie. Mr. Burr the other hand is ,
: the South need. 1 hands are dripping with the blood of on He likes that-and he likes to see a woman he likes wear
I succulent foliage to be found tertainment of the editors at the fair I bold and daring and when he settles

; Senator Dailehas I there. innocent men, and, they ought to be that he gave each one a pineapple.") in hIs mind that a thing is right noth- them. It's such an offer like this that makes Krc?::;' a
admitted that he
received There is absolutely no excuse for behind the bars." He evidently believes that the way! ing can keep him from fighting for it. household word. They are worth up to $1.00.
money from the Waterb-:: I How \many people of Florida believe to one's affections lies through his He is not a man who bids for notorietyand
the
Pierce Oil Company but insists that non-enforcement of this ordinance; stomach.'TK ji yet his course on the commission
that the hands of Xapolean B. Bro-
it was only a loan. The Tea. sena- no reason why the people should be has kept him in the limelight duringhis
We brushes
< only Our
'
we wear as
tor could hate secured the loan at I I compelled to put up with the depredations ward II. Clay Crawford A. C. Croom Jacksonville Floridian: j I entire term. He believes in the Teplltz are sure the 1drt\\ has Hair long as at .*ice the
of stock W. H. Ellis and B., E.. :McLin are "Adrain Jordan's paper. The Punta railroads giving the people a "squaredeal" Novelties something bit better than Brushes any
stray the
other places at ) or nuisances In- price elsewhere,
a cheaper rate of interest Gorda Herald. has in its last issue the New. Example-Tep- you pay
cident to their "dripping with the blood of innocentmen I and I if the people fail to get a btz novelties. selected from the
being allowed to run 1 fin Each because they are
than he is tribute to Albert Gilchrist.
this a
t' paying on ?" The infamous attack Is unworthy beautiful "square deal" from the railroads AUW Glazed! tobacco jars in bead best manufacturing houses in the
at large. The proper authorities All or which we1ere glad to emphasize -
boxes n shapes. Bonbon
'while Mr. Burr is on the commissionit shapes. Jewel egg
one'l ,of any decent man and coming : All are handsome!) cashed.:
: That clerk liairreceiveatwo5hspes. country.
express in New should take- the matter in hand without lie has not only a big. liberal will not be due to any fault of his. boxes two cf
brush 9
hair
back rows
F as it does from so sacred 'place heart but be in- Fancy shaped creamers. Square ,
who successfully bid truly seems utterly
on tne \ delay and see that the stock law Browns Retires. A vanedassortment of pitchers and special white bristles highly polished
,
f ment bond recently will hardly as the pulpit it is to be deplored by capable of harboring a feeling of resentment Jefferson Beale Browne who I I Tephtt vasts 111 SIX shapes. ... ,.. We
: get I is rigidly enforced within the section retires I back...... .... .... ...' -
f' in on the bids to be opened in Washington specified In the ordinance. every one. ,toward his_ .fellow man. |I __ -- next__n__ -month---- -from- -- tho-- commission. I I Children's Keep the children Same in satin ebony or walnut, t.

: Wednesday for the building The Journal does not pretend to de Live Oak Democrat::. : :j is an interesting figure in ----------1 I out of doors 1 Give also in oval shapes, black or 1
I
I itics. lie is in the Garden SetS
f of the Panama canal as a guarantee The Criticism of fend the pardoning board. If they did The Punta Gorda Herald gets warm just them garden sets! whitebristles..each,1OcLet
I 'and y.et he has been in many fierce them in lilitarybrushestomatchperbrushlOc j
II with the resentment at the intimationthat play
: in the
not I
: of two million dollars I err occasionally dischargeof
must accompany the Pardoning Board.For General Albert Gilchrist is seek i political battles. As far back as 1891 the sand! It is better for theta cad
f the bid. f I thetr"dnties and in the almost un ing to promote his gubernatorial as- he was a senator from Monroe county I better for you. Patent Girl Dolls These air

I some time there has been a ten-': limited discretion allowed them pirations through the agency of a pine and as the president of the Florida I Sets of three pieces consisting of all new
: Jeff Dais of Arkansas sajs me :aeu-::; jdency upon the part of certain state they would form a 'very remark apple to each editor at the Tampa I state senate in that year he caused I spade, hoe and five-tooth rake. :39 4 />- and interesting in design and con
I I I I inches long . *VW
ate the of the
needs joint
meeting legislature
a good Mold fashioned I papers to criticize the state board of able board. They are servants of Fair and makes that the text for. a I ruction..
11; row," and it is presumed he will exert very strong tribute to the merits of,to be held which resulted in Wilkinson Every doctor will ide white muslin
pardons for what has been termed an the people and are subject to Call's election. Four I II I HealthgIving Bangs and curls
his energies to produce that result I the general as a man and fellow citizen years ago tell you that a chemise lace collar, painted shoes
indiscriminate of criticism but in dealing with he
pardon criminals by who entered the race for railroad commissioner I Candies of
when he gets to Washington. would grace any office in proper,amount andstockingsninemcheslongio
t Buttheir that official body and many protests ,such a complicated question that the gift of the people. We doubt not and won by a handsome 1 I pure candy is not '
Jeff hasn't heard about the thing have been I f that the tribute! is vote. At the first meeting! the new harmless but for
I made not alone by' the criticism should be above suspicion I deserved and we only actually good
they have in Washington called -senatorial papers but by individuals in different and should be uttered In a manner congratulate the general upon his eloquent commission he was elected ,chairmanand !I children. The trouble comes from that Patent Girl Dolls- f is is someo,
has served in this for
courtesy." advocate ,and the latter upon capacity which is adulterated for cheapness. t.em;
parts of the state Some of these becoming the dignity of the high of- four years. On retiring from the commission Rembrandt Hair

;r The Atlanta Georgian says that nota I protests were doubtless made by parties ficials who by the law of the peopleare i is its a worthy fine type theme.of a General Floridian Gilchrist of the : he will resume the practice I:I Selling of more than one million i bS.__bI..e..1t o.lhrpaImeda_h.bIIe ->>"d'- interested in I of law either in Jacksonville Key pounds candy a "year,we can give "
directly or
particular
the to the doors
best 'who
I has
single given power open class a gentleman that Handsom blended
complaint has been made in West.. In the of politics he has fresh, pure, clean candy for one-third 1y
cases the connection with which the of the prison or close them againstone : most charming trait-all too rare-I game I little Vases
that state to the action of the prison nlayed both winner and looser and hp the price asked by dealers who and glazed vases in
parties making the protests have convicted of in this state. of seeking to contribute to the pleas sell only a few pounds a day. Three
crime I
commission He 15C
in
in commuting the sentences of others is as serene in defeat as victory. six artistic shapes to 10 inches,
ure by considerate courtesies I
carefully kept under cover. There Is well read thinker. I shipments weekly insure absolutely
of the Rawlins boys to life imprisonment and kindness on appropriate a man a deep _ _
L have been other protests made againstthe Open Discussion of occasions and in that spirit alone we and a oolished orator. In the social pure candies. Here is an

The Florida pardoning actions of this board by parties the take it, did he give out the pineapplesto life of the capital he and his excellent ; ]I Fudge,chocolate and vanilla Savors, Bisque Babies sort mentt hit

i board would have shared a different who were not interested directly in Paving Question.The the press gang at Tampa. He isi i(I family will" be greatly missed for If and chocolate drops-same selection. Finest material and offers workmanship-a v

;,._ fate had It done such an act. any particular case and. the majority city of Pensacola will soon begin entirely too sagacious as a politician'I( there is one man in the state who j jI ) as sold all over town for 25c Full jointed baby boys, painted hair u>ieyes
knows how to entertain and entertainwell lb. perlb. lOc fx :analOC
lof to think for a moment that by such I'
The Texas legislature might be con- these criticisms have been framed the expenditure of a large sum of those'he could advance his I it is Jeff. Browne. I' Full jointed baby girl real hair and

vinced that a man can serve the peat -''in dignified language and presented money for pavingtbestreets and the a means progress as or even put himself on the I ;;...:, .:.,.... ... ... .. ..'" I'I'I Chocolates and Bon-Bons, painted '. /6r "r<* is-
''in of material to be used for I t 'I.t'..!,:. ... i<'. .... '. ....".'.-...." 60c. value -. -, at 20c Dolls ot same description with jrlat< ,'w, Is-
question
that should
> pie and a corporation at the same |I a manner receive the road to that new mansion at Tallahas ; Celluloid washable dolls.yen dun 10.:
r: time and be perfectly honest and loyal respectful attention of the board. this purpose is one of vital interestto see. I SAID OF PENSACOLA # : -

to both but there are thousands of There have been protests however every tax payer, and one that FRANK ADAMS. ]r AND PENSACOLIANS. *, '

i', :1 good honest farmers that will never I I Ii and from many of the state papers should be carefully considered before Palatka Times-yerald: :i'is 1 ; WATCH KRESS' WINDOWS1We

. see it In that 1'ght' To say the least that are unworthy of the notice not contracts are entered into for the per "In discussing :gubernatorial;: and

It is a dangerous platform for a politician -I I only of the board but of all self-re- 'formance of the work. senatorial possibilities the pencil Swayne's Able Charge. j i. .
specting citizens. There are kinds of paving- oushere should not overlook Hon. | Judge Swayne is said to have made -- ,
t to stand many
on. II I Frank Adams old Hamilton's favorite an able charge in the peonage case
The Slate Board of Pardons is comI asphaltuni wooden block brick stone
: : .The value of the services of Capt. while farmer merchant capitalist and. in West Florida. Even his: critics 4 ................. .................. ..+.........
I posed of the governor and four members macadam etc.-and, all of these statesman. I commended him for the manner in j .4Ii Ii
4 J. Ed. OBrien
' to the pilots of the of his cabinet. They were constituted have given satisfaction in various which he conducted the famous case. 2

South was never better illustrated I board of parddns act W. D. BLOXHAM. I-Palatka Times Herald. ;
by
a an cities the selection for Pensacola 11
'Itft. than in the defeat of the Lltt field I!I lor Madison New Enterprise: 1 1 DELIGHTFUL PERFUMES i
of Florida with
bill in the, legislature certain must be made not with the idea that The honored name of W' D. BIox- Nothing Small About Tampa. congress last week. This
bill
. well defined duties. under their paving which answers all purposes in ham is being mentioned in certain, That sprightly paper, the Pensa- 4

' sought to prevent compulsory pilotagein oaths.of office these men are directedto Chicago for instance. will do the same quarter as a possible gubernatorial cola Journal observes: Now that I!

> Southern ports and its defeat was perform these duties and if they here but after due consideration of candidate in 19(!8." j Tampa hes nominated Fairbanks for have '

tti, due largely to the energetic campaign abuseor exceed the powers given climatic and other conditions peculiar the Presidency, Joe Cannon and the .. just received the largest, hanihunH-'l
/ Apalachicola Times! : rest of the bunch are probably and most line
waged against It preen complete of
by Capt O'Brien. them then it is UI to the legislature, to this section. 'The Gainesville Sun intimates that with envy If "Uncle Joe" and the i I .

Tom Dixon proposes building a the direct representatives of the people Under these circumstances a free ex-Governor Bbxham: will be a candidate rest: of the bunch come to Tampa, 4 C S

town.in South Georgia to be a refuse to curtail their authority. discussion of the matter is in order for the governorship: in 1908. well nominate 'thern. too. Nothing
Before the law the Floridians have delighted to honor smrll about Tlmpl-Tampa News. : Xmas i
i for consumptives and has engaged the present creating and The Journal invites those who Governor Bloxham. and there is no '

I i services of an eminent tuberculosis board of pardons was passed the board are familiar with the'subject of street reason to doubt that their love for. "Fetch 'cr Back. Gallagher." +

specialist for the colony. lIe announces consisted of the governor the attor paving to express their views regard-: the old war horse has diminished." "Let her !o. Gallagher," seems to '1 Perfutesever :

.. that there will be no church in ney-general and the three justices of Ing the kind that would give the greatest have been the order that went out

t the new village; but he will allow the supreme court Just what caused satisfaction in this city, all things Tallahassee True Democrat: from Lockhart. And according: to the '11 ,
a "Governors Bloxban and Fleming. verdict at Persacola, Gallagher let her 0'1 t
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theatre for the amusement of the in- the legislature to change the personnelof I considered. It Is possible that the the only two living ex-governors of go alright alrl1-.l-Andausta! News.Brother S offered for sale in Pensacola. No old stock- -

r habitants. It is safe to predict the the board It is nqt known but if I use of more than one kind would be the old school true and tried are universally you've evidently made a

Clansman will be allowed to be Played the present board is not satisfactory i; desirable more substantial paving loved by Floridians and the mistake about the Let her go" part. everything new and clean. Our Xmas stock is nou' ;

t In the new city. to the people another change can be being of course necessary in the busi- mere' mention with affairs vof their starts names up In an connection enthusiasm It her strikes back us Gallagher.that the order Milton was Star."Fetch : ready for your inspection. We know we can ph"b';
made and different officials designated -
:: Judge Wills and the Live Oak bar ness district where the traffic is that travels from one end '- : you. lOc to $40 a bottle. :
!'' to compose the board or they heavy. of this state to the other. Pity those Lockhart Not in Florida. 4
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recently held a love-feast meeting.The might provide as is done In Georgia The Journal suggests that articles who have followed since their daysof The Pensacola papers have been in- C

bar threw bouquets at the Starke for the creation of a prison commission active public life do not command forming the public that Lockhart is 4-
be made brief and
this subject as
Jurist and the judge came back at into whose hands the matter of upon that same universal. love and respect" not near their town and now the Alabama : The
...! them in a very flattering manner. I concise as intelligent discussion will ---- papers say the Jackson Lumber ..: Crystal Pharmacy, \

pardons should go. allow and would especially pleasedto Palatka Times Herald: company is a northern corporation I
r Such evidences of good will and esteem It is evident tat the board of is madeto Brent Building.
t par hear from those who have had actual "And now an effort being Guess we Southern people :

t between the bar and ,court are dons pays very little' attention to the experience in the matter bring Hon. W. D. Bloxham into the didn't have anything to do with peon- :.............................. ........ .... .......
F signs of a better age. That Judge class of protests that Issue from certain political arena_ .in 1908. Floridians. age _after alL-Milton Sar.

Wills should be held in such A Constitutional ,Loophole.
high esteem papers in the; state; papers that ----!

t" by all the members of that bar I hold up to ridicule Florida's official The Pensacola Journal evidently
constitution for Florida.
t;' Is a tribute to his capacity and fitness I servants and advertise to the world wants seeing a that new the people refuse to adopt '

for the position; that the bar was able II that the state is the refuge of criminals any kind of amendment no matter

to join in a unanimous endorsement and lawbreakers. If such a state .how harmless to the present organic for Women. 5Q

shows a spirit, of good will and goodfellowship 'o! facts did exist as these men would instrument. Tha Journal discovers a r emenina Only
f" : possible abyss ahead of us in which
between them that should make us believe would it not be more
the state would be without an official
exist between the members of the bar patriotic ,to go about. ,remedying the head and puts it Tight up to us.-Live / .". .". ".:: : :: :.:
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.' 1 Leather Bags, Beaded ,Bags, Jeweled Bags, Toilet Cases, Collar, Cuff 1500 Sample Dolls at 1-3 Less Than Value. i'-' '; 't.1i

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i.: :; and Handkerchief Boxes, Fancy Mirrors, Post Card and Photo Albums, i

:: !; i Perfumery, Stationery, Traveling Bags and Suit Cases, Hand-Painted Be Sure to See DOROTHY, the Doll Queen. 2 : : :.J

. : Vases Boxes Boxes This handsome doll, beautifully dressed in light blue Japanese silk, with lace and pearl ,
' Novelty Glove Boxes Garter and
: .f Jewel Suspender trimmings, WILL BE GIVEN AWAY.ON CHRISTMAS: EVE to the fortunate little girl bolding Ii: J ;,

i. :.1 Sets, and hundreds of other articles that will make very acceptable holiday the winning number in the Doll competition. UI. t fli+ I:

: 'j;: offerings. Don't worry about finding the thing to give but come All our little girl friends are especially!! invited to meet QUEEN DOROTHY and her army : ,.
; ;:: proper of doll babies now on display in our Holiday Department. l 1.!

:; M j to the BUSY STORE and look around. 1 lot 19c and 25c Dressed dolls to go in this sale for lOc. 50c Dolls to go at 25c. ftI'; I'' '

?; g See the wonderful bargains in :Dolls now going at 5c, lOc, IBc. 25c, to $2.50. They-are going : .

>4i; SPECIAL BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT FROM NOW' UNTIL CHRISTMAS. awfully fast, so don't wait, but make your selections early. JI ; ;.,.j'. ':


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li=1 $12.50 and $15 Taffeta Silk Suits to go now at 9.75 $9 Swiss Taffeta ,Silk Petticoats for_______ -- 6.95 1 ''f

!!!g $18 Taffeta Silk Suits to goat _____________ 13.90 From Now Until Christmas. $10 Imperial Taffeta Silk Petticoats to go for : i.:. j :.
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1 100 Pairs SampleCurtains 1 ,
HiHtrx 60 Sample Waists, made of mer$5.00 Tourist Coats in gray or $1500 Grav Plaid Jacket Suits 36-in. Pagoda Taffeta Silks all 15c Cashmere and Persian Cotton ti i' 1'
: cerized Poplin, in blue green brown Chevron Worsted, Velvet black velvet collar; and buttons, colors, regular 90c quality, Challies special for.. .. .. .V/z! B 1 1'1 li!
:ALA; :: and white, worth $1.00 each collar, cuffs and piping and but- jacket satin lined, plaited skirt for .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ._ .We. 58-inch. New Dane Mohair Suit- !I t
Hsu special .. .. .. .. .. .69c. tons, for this sale .. .. .$2.95 special for this sale :. -.. ..$7.95 26-ln. Black Imperial Taffeta ings, in cream, black or blue '!; ..
:&1ii $1.60 Mercerized Pongee Waists $16.50 Ladies Tailor Suits in mannish Silk, $1.39 value for .. .. .. .98c. worth 40, special for .. .. .. ..29c. 1: ;" i
:i made stylishly with fine tucks $9.00 .Black Light Weight KersyJacket Coat, or short jacket 65c New Mannish Tweed Suit ,
llrnsu with velvet collar styles in Panama or unfinished Bargains in new stylish Plaid ings .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .49e. ,
and pearl buttons, in white or r"
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special for this sale.. .. ..$8.90 Silk, at. .49; 89c, 98c & $1.19 Cluny Rennaissance and Nottingham \.
.g i black, special for .. .. ..$1.19 1. worsted in gray blue or black One lot of Imported Tweed and In f'g
:. special for this sale. . ..$13.50 One lot of 50c quality neat style Fancy. Suitings worth $1.50: ;
: $."...0 :Mercerized Pongee Waists $10.00 Tourist Coats in ? ay.or Dress Silks, special for .. .
:Ua $.0.00 Cloth; Suits per yard agents sample pieces, Strictly and correct : J Ii
2a4 buttonhole'embroidared and with black velvet Initblubroaridblaanckd Shirt,35c. new I
plaid
:: pipingand bt y fish!y made Best 50c Velveteens for special at .. .. .. .. .. .. .69c. ,1
:::t.:1:E tucked or white a, great at -.bargain. .In. .black. ..$1.49 collar sale ..and. .cuffs. .. .special. .. forthis ..$8.90 buttons also stylish green and Waists in all colors, special ..39c. 25c double width Ombre Plaid.. style I to for I ess than regular I .'I 5'.
: gray mixtures jackets satin 75c Boulevard Corduroy for Suitings! ; choice styles for .18c. go 'H
$3.00 Black Embroidered and lined, a specie bargain at ...$15.90 special for .49c. $1.50 Broad Cloth in black and rte
$12.50 Covert Coat, selfstrapped
ii..t; Tucked Batiste aisle special $2.39 1thBobX $25.00 Cloth and .Worsted Suits all the popular colors special! sure to see them before II +
;;; ,.., and buttons 40c Plain Jap Silks, all colors Pnces.e
::aa $3.50 Black Taffeta Silk Waists .. .. .. .. .. .. .. t
::: special .. .. .. ... .. .. ..$2.59 ,.castor only, special for ..$8.95 or blackly made jackets in brown lined blue w.lth a special. bargain .. .. .. ..- .29c. 'per50c Mohair Suiting to go$1.19 '
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:tii $5.00 Taffeta Silk Waists beauti- $15.00 Black hers Coats, stitched Skinner satin velvet and braid 90c .Silk Crepe de Chene, all 'at... .. ," .. .... .. .. .. .39c. they are picked over Very specialbargains I n.I ttl
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F. fully trimmed In tucks folds and satin piping, special .. ..$10.90 trimming. a great bargain at $17.50 colors. for ,. 59c. One case of Finest Amoskeag u J .
GZt N buttons, in black white and '" 30.00 French Cloth Suils.J. blue $1.39, 36 inch. Black, Peau de Sole Teazzledowns 12c quality all at 69c. 95c. $149$3.95 '
:IiB navy, special eo ..$3.95 $900 Rain-proof Coats oxford brown or black very handsomely ,to.go for .* .. -- .. .. -- .98c. the dainty patterns,.special ....lOc. F
rig $6.50 Plaid' Taffeta Silk Waists only, strapped and braided a made trimmed in braid and $1.00 36-inch Black Peau de Soie Mill Ends of ;C and Sc Flan- and I ;
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srt** ***: stylishly made a bargain at $4.69 special! bargain for. ....$6.95 buttons a great bargain at ..$24.90 for .. .79c. nelettes for .' .Sc. :t rJ .-

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i.. Pins .. .. _- .. ._ .... ,Combs .. ., .. .... .. .. .. In boxes, per box '.'.- .. ..: .. Initial Handkerchiefs .. .. writing paper per box .. .. j 1.i ,, .: ,t :
::t'.i 16c Bristle Tooth 60c English Bristle Hair 50c Ladies' Novelty Opera Bags ::Q .
English 29c Pearl Belt Buckles .., .... : .\
;J:: lOc Pocket Mirrors, fancy dec Trashes .. .. .. .. .. ... Brushes set in aluminum .. in fancy velvet and satin .. :: M. r rX22
:: orated backs .. .. .. .. .. ? 35c Filled. Gold Cuffs and 65c and 75c Belts, in Silk with ::11.. i
:: 19'F u 11 Nickel .I aces.. /J40c Basket with bottle of best "G It I ,
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tablets. Shirt Waist Set jeweled buckles .. .. .. .. .. .. .. '" I b
K, i tI.!N Best IDc writing u. 15c' and 19c Beauty Pins .. .. 25c All-Silk Garter Elastic, assorted Fancy Plaid Silk Belts .. .. .. '. perfume fiI':.":. f. .

Nam....,?.". TJnna's ready-to-use mendingtissue Splendid Quality Dressing. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 40c Folding Shaving Mirror lfoi.x. .1't
B..dEIartic Belts .
colors 75c .. ... .
decorated backs75c -
i 1tsii: .... .. .. .. .. .. Cambs ., .. .. .. .. .. .. 75c* Leather Back Flexible fancy ; ..;; t'r.
;:.\ 2.. .. .. Men's 15c Patent Elastic Gar 25c Sample Half HoseMen's .. .. .. Clothes Brusbes .. .. .. .. Gilt and Oxidise eBlt 1 n. !! I .
.:'!1 lOc work baskets pInNow ters e. .. .. .... jLadies' .' .. ... Now 25c Coin PursesMen's .. .. .. Now Best 75c Pure Bristle, wood Now Buckles ...- ... .... .. Now nul! l f
a'"" lOc President Household Fancy Elastic Garters Suspenders. French patent back, aluminum face brushes. Ladies. 75c Hair Barretts set b II:: ; .
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trunks .. .. .. .. 65c Novelty Turqoise Collar-
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;if.H. Best lOc Hemstitched Handkerchiefs One ..iIC. Ladies AlIUDen Hemstitched .. .. .. .. . .. .n. .
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E g i Going I A.1 Extra Good Quality WhiskBrooms .Going I At Handkerchiefs Going At19c. t :doz. linen handkerchiefs .... Going At25c. t 75c Amber and Jewel Back Going At t i ... (
S1 z Sc Brass Pins per paper .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 25c Washable String Ties .. .. Ladies 60c Venus SU.poriersl Camps .. .. .. .. .. .. L ;: (!' j t''
.aH? lOc :Men's Pocket Combs in in box box .. .. : t17 ,
.; 15c Pearl and Turquoise Bead 35c Folding.Shaving Mirrors .. one pair per Ladies 75c Silk Belts with ', t 4
::.M nU:- leather cases. .. .. .. .. .Necklaces49c .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 25c- English Bristle ToothBrushes -65c' Novelty handkerchiefs Telephones. with.. ...% fancy buckles .. .. .., .. .. I 'a::: .. f'I.{ ,': .

!ir;; Sterling Shod Laces per pair Coru roy and Velvet Belts .. .. .. .. .. .... 76cn Coral Bead Necklaces ...'. '75c Rolled Gold Plate Cuff H a i ::
:"qzi lOc Fancy Balls for decorations 5' with buckles .. .. .... .. tons .. . .. .. .. But49! .
10c.1 Best SSe!) Compound Talcum Jet Collars ] ti
C Ladies 75c Novelty C #
:'s vt in national colors .. .. .. .< lScBuckles .. and.. .. Gold.. .. Belt.... Powder .. .. .. .. .. .. .. I .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 75c Solid Silver Watch 8 Iut: : ,
!,* : Sc Hurricane Hairpins per box 65c and 75c Jet and Jeweled Best 75c liens FObS"1 !1a .
spool .. ., .. .. .. .... Best Bristle 15c Tooth Brushes 25c Fancy. Plaid Belts .. .. .. and Handkerchief !3 ,
*.<. .. .. .. .. .. 75c Gilt and Oxidise Jeweled. 75c. Lines of Gloves :
' :: fancy handlesLadies .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. ; r.
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,:;-t; : lOc Embroidered Turnover Collar Men's 25c Cuff Buttons. .. Belt I Buckles boxes : i 1'I i \ .:
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..ii Sc Pin Cubes, per cube .. .. .per box .. .. ._ .. ._ ..)I quality ... .. .. .. .. .. ... .>.' 65c Novelty Peter Pan Purses.J'. .. .. .. .. .J .. J':J'' .. .. I I"I"t
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$;: .. go Miscellaneous Extra Special! $ roh .. .. ._ _.$1.19 Coats, velvet and braid trim H ; a
for .. .. .. .. .. .. ..49c. per i air ,. .. .. .. .. 69c. worth '
! ti .U.'I, Silk Gloves mings, worth $:.00; to go now it ,
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, jj 98c. All finer Blankets to go at special newest styles and .colors Tourist Coats, worth $8.60 to : I I
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SAMPLES-JUSTIN. .. .. ... .. .. .. 12 yards I '
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$L75 Black Heathcrbloom Petti- $1.50 Long Black Silk Gloves to 10 yards of Best 6c Calico to each Sattetn
75c Percale Chambray
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StAh\ coats for .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.39 go, rer pair, for. . .. .$1.19 160 samples in Fur Stoles, customer for .. .. .. .; .. ..39c. In black$2.00 or Thibet navy Cloth a great Skirts bar and Madras Waists In *hlte, BA! .' .. .r
! .";1 $1.25 Long Black Silk Gloves togo 12%c Flannelettes In choice at .. .. .. .... .. .. ..$1.39 Gray, black or blue to gp now a.s ; t
.. '.:: Best 50c Bleached Sheets to per pair for . . 98c. Styles to g oat .. ?, .. .. .8c. gain Tweed Skirts, worth at .. . .. .. .. .. 49c. Dal.::. .
:-;j: at. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..got 45c.. Ladies 75c Flannelette Gowns a Collarettes Cravats Per- Mill li"htSor Sc Outing Flannels Gray$30 Fancy good style for .. .. .. ,$1.95 U.2S White Lawn Waists, J lace ti :t J
in dark colors to go at 5c. .. .. .. .
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... special value for .. .. .. .59c. $.'.00 Gray Fancy Tweed, and al r.iu '
t Bleached Pillow 100 Sample Leather Bags SuitCases A. $1.50 White Lawn Waists beaut1Hi:: ;
Best<<: 121" Cases i Panama Skirts, in black .
now only .. .. .. .. .. .. 10c. One "case" of Muslin Underwear and Telescopes at a big ,a plain great bargain for ..$2.98 e '6 fnlly made, special I ,. .$1.19 i3: "
... ; Samples tQ go as follows: clines,. Scarfs, etc.. at one reduction in price special at .or navy a $=.<"K) White i Lawn Waists:newest !i. I
'. 75c Bleached Pepperell ".5c- Muslin Gowns, Drawers, 39c, 69c, 98c, $1.49, ,$1.95 to $6.90 $o.00 Gray Overplaid.. .. ..Tweed.. styles, special .. ..... .. .. ,$1.89 it '
Best Skirts and corset covers at. .49c Ladies 75c Percale and Madras Skirts, to go at $3.95 oJ- t
Sheets, hemmed and torn, ', .. .. Coats -''- :
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: 39c Mu!lin Corset Covers and third under value. Prices Waists for .0. 39c. One e r -
for.. .. :. .. .. 6c. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
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Drawers to go at .. . 25c. Ladies!!! $2.00 Thibet Cloth Skirts to go at $1.25 200 pair of fine Swiss Curtains to HI!! -.
$1.23 and< $1' "9 Gowns Corset in blue or black to go at .. $1.49 One Lot of Children $2.50 and arrive in. two or three days toCovers. .:; ;'
Drawers- and Skirts in range from 69cto $14.90 50 Sample Rain Coats to go at $$3.00 Jackets, from several go on sale at 69c 79e & 95c. pair. e J i
several styles to close out these ; a ---- Cut Prices lines to R o a.. 4 '''
; :; .. .. . .98c. ,. :-", 12 Button Suede Kid Gloves Ono Lot of Misses :New Tourist ::: I ; '
; New line of Comforts just samples forSam..ies. garments in worth $ airSuedefor .Kid:: ..$1.98 Cna's nil late stjles, worth 100 bundles of best :Manchester ::1 f f.
.. Se\eral each 16 Button Gloves $500. 500( and $UO, choice Flannelettes and Percales to go IW: ; .
''' : tine Skirts. Drawers and Gowns .. .. .. .. .. for .. .. ..35 '
"i., in- at special prices. at about. 1-3- 'under value. '. ." worth $3.00 f or.. p. ,.. .* ..$2.69 for this sale .. $3.95 now per pound u <: I .

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: $ 950-One-story dwelling on West Government. : $1500.. -Bast Cervantes .5 rooms u.1 'Many to buy a man real estate who Is'cheap waiting' was today JUST RECEIVED

Reus. gas. etc. ', By Buyinga 'In the same frame of mind two five
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1 $,1600 East Jackson:5 rooms and hall. :-yes, ten-years ago. He lost his
lot ..convenient to L. opportunity then. He Is passing it
f, $1575-Fine cottage on corner 1i $2500-North Hill. 6 rooms. and bath by to-day. His wideawake neigh-
'-.or '' u-' .. .. gas, etc.- 1 bors- bought-made money-and are
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i:, shops. : $11200-West' Intendencla street, corner Home.i buying now and making money; .' SHOWING

; t $2100-New and comfortable c9ttage,.' with two lots .F" street, 6 rooms lot 90 by 125.

East Garden Street. : $3500-7 rooms. all modern North : ..
: on $2750-.We have Just had listed withus All additions, sub-divisions and

; : $2650-A very nice one-story. dwelling with 7 rooms, : SELL IF YOU, LET HAVE US ANY KNOW HaYDe.l You can do it.. We home a on most East up-to-date HilL Desirable little changes In names of streets together

I' : East Gadsden near Alcaniz. : WE CAN SELL IT. section south front Lot 120- with all Information necessary to the
can show you how a x32:: House has every convenience buyer or seller of Real Estate or the

: $3350-6-room dwelling on DeVillier Street. near : small payment downand home. and.was built for.' .a'. owner of property In the

' : : Garden. J a little a' month, .

t$9500-Two-story brick building, with lot fronting : LESLIE E BROOKS just like rent, does the '$2750-Another choice little home on City of Pensacola


i' i: both Zarragossa and Main. Sts. Splendid business *: work. See us today.McDAVIDtlYER East\ery Jackson choice street location.-new anda .. This map is up-to-date In every par

r. location. Real Estate ticular.

;: $10500 Two-story brick building on Zarragossa St.,' : -
and Insurance. $4250-Close in, 7roostory residence '. PRICES
near Palafox. A bargain. i ii desirable locality. large
::: I I IA1"nta lot. House.leased to September '
Phone 462. 112 S. Palafox. CO. 1307. AH conveniencesand Mounted Maps on Roller and

i r: : CITY MAPS. : nice place. Linen .. .. .. .. .. .. .. $2.00

Pocket Maps .. .. .. .. .. .. 50c
.. : Have you a new City Map? We have just received a new supply, which + New York

i hu been carefully revised to date conforming to all changes made. Send A bargain in five lots and Groom -
(200 for Mounted Copy, or 50c for Pocket Edition. Ufa Insuranes Company. $3500- -
northwest
1-: cottage on

; .: Correspondence Solicited. :. Some PineOpportunities 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST., corner Reus and Cervantes. HOOTON & WATSON"The

! ..s4............................................-.... Phone 700. Pentacola, Fla.

i' -- _ $3000-New 6roomstory modern Rental Agents."
i == dwelling, on East Jackson

J HELP WANTED. I WANTED.THE street. Real Estate Insurance and Loans


1 ACTIVE salesmen earn $too per month
<'t 'ng as specialty and half that THE to know that the B. II For SSlllCash $1800-Gets theStore, dwelling barn No. 37 South Palafox St.
1, a.n Jiit as aide lino. Staple' frequent repr Fairchild Co.. is now prepared to reno- to Purchasea and 2% lots on corner Alcaniz
'r Manufacturers, Box 1198. St. vate all kind of mattresses, pillows and and Brataard streets, inside
1 Lou. MO.WNTEDMidd1e. Sdeclt bolsters, in first-class style, and at lowest curve where street car turns.
:( prices. Ring up phone 48;). write P.
I aged colored womant ,O box 483 or call IS East Garden street
.) do cooking and good laundress. Good upstairs. Sdeclm Home
t ....aes.;; Apply at one to CoLV.. F. Stew- I or Installment Talk It over with your wife. See t
art, Ft. Barrancas Fla. I A.'tTED-To buy one male goat-must whether she doesn't agree that it's
J be unsexed and well broken. Address .. unwise to keep on paying rent when ..................6..4......+...............
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WANTED-White woman te do light .G." Journal office. 8decl I. Plan. $300 down and easy monthly payments .
! fcou&ework. Apply at No. 12: East In- I Ii' I like rent, will make you the

tenilencia St. :Weclw* WANTED-State Land Scrip. Advise I owner of any reasonably-priced
number and of J. D. $900. $2600'For home. Wouldn't you like to spend I
acres price scrip.
An Abstract Free $225
i' cook. Apply to 701
WAITED good I Pirrong Jr., 715 East LaRua St. this Xmas In your own home Then
i North Palafox street 9decompetent TdecSt* I, $100 cash and balance 315 per month 106 East Garden street a very let's get together.
desirable 4-room and hall cottage.
c housekeeper fort buys nice four-room house; with two lots, I :i t -
.w..u-TE $25 Cash $10 :
j .
mail hotel' who can do pastry cooking. I WANTED-Position by experienced ste on hard road at Fishervllle.. .' 1 per

f Must give references. Apply at once. X. furnish nographer.good references.Legal work preferred.Address E.Can L.J. I Ii $850.For $1200-For a very nice little cottageNo.

a X. X.. Box 136 DeFuniak springs, Fla. i .,.Box !78. ,4dec2w: i $850.A I 1000 North Alcaniz fct. !
i I With .
j 9declwWANTED west one-half of Mock 273 of the Lot 45x125. These Lots trmest

A.'IlTED-To rent a show window for five-room and hall house on large i New City.Tract, on the east side of 15th :
I I. -An experienced Grocery clerk. about thirty days. Must boon Palafox lot near Little Bayou. avenue between nth and 20th streets. .
rood salary to one willing to work. Ad- street. This is wanted for a nice. clean
drevs P. 0. Box 374. 9dec business for the holidays.. Address Box $1400-Takes No. 803 East Belmont
48,.Asheville, N. C. Idee $3150. : street a comfortable and reasonably i
VICTORS EXCLUSIVELY"; Wholesale Money to loan at lowest market rate priced house, 4 rooms t
I have 40 lots between 9th, 10th and 11th streets and between
,
and retail Metropolitan Talking Ma- LETTERS do : of interest. and halt Stone walk in front.
the trick. They are the Two Iwuses on East Belmont street
; 18th and 19th two blocks from the East Hill line.
avenues One
Fla. Agents ; car .
chine Co.. Jacksonville. 'best real In this
trade-getters. They get to the will rent for $35 per month. Mortgages on estate city
anted. oaw2mo business man's heart and not the waste bought and sold. : block from the bayou. I offer this property at $%25.00 per lot, $%5.00 *

basket. The Ma>'es Printing Co. havea $850.One All of the Maxent Tract. west of "C" down and the balance at $1000 per month. I will CHARGE NO INJ
COLORED HEM!: waiters-We butlers furnish porters.cooks new process that makes typewritten street now for sale. : TEREST AND ,NO TAXES AND WILL FURNISH AN ABSTRACT .
malls nurses letters cheaply and perfectly. Phone 181 I.S.BROWN6CO.
drivers etc.. on short notice. We get will bring a representative. 24 West four-room house on North 7th avenue ; WITH EACH LOT FREE OF COST. This Is the cheapest property J
good help and also good positions for Government street. Idee $50 cash; balance $14 per month. ever offered on these terms In the City of Pensacola.
those who want them. Southern Employment .. ff :
REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND
Bureau. 61 Vi S. Broad St., Atlanta *- WANTED TO RENT-A lame: house $80 Each. INSURANCE. i You can't buy Lots for Cash in this locality any cheaper. We of
Ga. 8decl close in. Will RealEstate :
lease it if terms are de Fisher Agen'cyCOLLECTION
sirable. Address Mrs. A. :M., Care Jour- fer them on terms that you can't afford to miss. These terms put J

W"'TED-Cotorf'd girl to do general nal. 27nov Lots In the East King Tract between : "WE SELL LOTS" you in the same position as if you were buying nearly two yraro *
housework wash and Iron. Good Pearl Eagan Home and L. & N. railroad OF RENTS A i. from now at prices asked for now.
wages. Apply CoL W. F. Stewart. Fort A..TED--Some one or means who will S3;00 down and $5 00 per month. f
8dec6t Phone 918 Thiesen Bid*. More fortunes are made in Real Estate than in anything !se
Barrancas. Fla. care for and educate bright boy 14 Some fine building sites on East Hill.
years old. Apply Pearl Eagan Home or SPECIALTY, You may lay. the foundation of your fortune'by investing a few *
A."TED-Housf'mal wbite or colored. Mrs. A\m Fisher President. 18nov dollars in these lots at this time. .
live on .premises. Apply 619 ..NorthPalafox. Pone 87. 206. So Palafox St

6dec WANTED-Position as stenographer. of FOR SALE.FOR I believe at a conservative estimate that these lots will increase \

WANTED girl to help around kitchen. work.assistant by young bookkeeper lady of and experience.general office Address D. HALE WILSON & CO. i In value 40 per cent. by the time they are paid for,on these terms. :
Good wages to right party. Apply 613 B. c.. Care Journal. novlSU S.UOne second-hand heater 1
East Government street. Chas. Eriksson. FOR SALE wooden bedstead. 1 sewing machine 1 .
4declw WANTKD-AH kinds beer bottles. I pay woven wire cot. Cheap for cash. Address .
ISc ....n. I h nalc all trading brandsof 30 S. PALAFOX STREET .f! 1014 North :Alcaniz. 9declw : LESLIE E BROOKS Real Estate and Insurance :
WANTED-Four with wheels for winta. beers
boys ana whisKles and still '
office uork. Salary $IS per month. Apply manufacture that well-established corgh CONKEYS celebrated Roup Cure Chol- i Phone 4S2 112 S. Palafox? SL t
W, Care Journal. 2dec medicine. Joe Roth corner Tarragcna: PHONE 234 $1350-For one of the prettiest building era cure lice and mite kil'er as well t
and Government Sts. as an unexcelled Egg Proiucer. All
lloct lots sites facing on East east on 11111.12th:Five avenue.corner guaranteed, and a splendid gade of ................. ...........................tt......

TAILORING: I* Diamond Tailor. wheat that will make your fowls lay. F. ,
BOARD AND ROOMS. Gent's clothing cleaned. pressed and repaired FOR RENT. $2100-Buys a new. modern six-room cot S. Mellen & Co., Pensacola, Fla. Phone
on short notice. No. 11% West ,, tage near car line on East HilL 234. 7no
I Government St.. Peneacola. Fla. MISCELLANEOUS.
for rent with privilege FOR RENT-Four-room house
FOR RENT-Booms and kit DIRECTORYPROFESSIONAL.
is for 8-
This bargain'
of light housekeeping. Phone and I WANTED-A. R. BIngham wants chen at Big Bayou. Apply to Peter F. $3200- a residence a new modern FOR SALE-At -a bargain. a barber's
Bath. Apply 900 East Jackson St. 9dec I moving and hauling He guaranteesall your Strother. Little Bayou. Sdeclw room improvements two-story large corner lot and outfit, good as new; one first-class l\OTlCE-Wbeo in need of fresh bread
breakage. Phone 630. barber chair; one dozen excellent razors and fancy pastries go to the West End
in East HilLCo
FOB RENT-Thre t unfurnished rooms on i FOR RENT-Nicely furnished 8roorn.1ca near on mugs brushes and combs. Address. Bakery Corner Chase and Cojle streets.or .
East HliU near car line very rea on- WANTED-The Merchants Transfer Co. house on North Hill second door from I M. Armstrong bneads Fla 6declm ring phone 1618. 6declw" .
able. Address "J"* Care Journal. 9declt wants your mcT'a and hauling. All line. For particulars address No. 3 W. B. BARTON
breakage guortinteed.. B. Thors. East Strong. idee ,
n. AI6GISJR FOR SALE-Bargain in 6-room cottageat
JRo MATTRESS AND
Best in Mrs. M. Phone 878. FURl'ITURF.lattre88es
Proprietor.
LOOMS TO RENT- city.
Hill. Fla. Terms to suit. One At Law.
Cottage made to order
B. Preston. 127 Is East Government St. FOR RE..1IlT-Two nice double stores on : and als> renovated Attorney
East Intendencla street, between acre fruit flowers and garden. Address : new ticks furnished. New and
dee A.'liTED-AU kinds of electrical work. Pala- : Offices-Fisher Building Palafox street
I sell all kinds of electrical batteriesand fox and Tarragona. Inquire at the Fisher I 200 Thiesen Building.. Egbert BealL 6declw second-hand furniture modern or antique Will practice in all the state and Lnltr
BOOMS-Nicely furnished. \ip.talrs. convenient and electrical supplies When you Real Estate Agency. 22nov I bought and sold. Davis Manufacturing States Courts. Twenty-three years' to car line, with or without need : 145 e r' 965. E. W. Peake. Phone 686. FOR SALE-House and lot at 1013 East Co.. 114 East Belmont street. perience.
board. 1202: East Gadsden New Star Laundry Bldg. B. Cardan. FOR REVT-A. R. Bingham has storage Jackson street, $1600. Apply to G. A. Phone 771. 24noy -
street.Sdeclm* room for rent suitable for fun,Iture Dohlstrom, 1013 East Jackson street or T. G. YATES M. D.
WANTED-becond-hand sack of all descriptions or other goods. 104 and 106 South Tar.raguna 818 South Palafox. 27novlm MISS LEILA REESE has fresh cut flow- ,
Nicely furnished rooms, suitable for wanted. If out of town ship street. Phone 633. era on hand Orders taken. for special Optician.
light housekeeping block and half from I IUmo us: If in town ring us up at No Some Very FOR SALE CHEAP-Second-hand buggies occasions. Phone 282. 18 no vim
1'alafox. Apply between 12.30 and 1:30( bring them to us at corner of If
and want bar-
wagons. you a 306 Thiesen
p. m.. or after 6:oo p. m.. 219 East Government -* Co.Chase and Alcaniz: Sta. F. S. Mellen & FOR SALE.FOR gain in a second-hand vehicle of any description WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP-We Building.Twenty .

street wee:, ZSjuiy: Des ra1ble lHIomes call or write W. E. Taylor Chip are now in cur new quarters.. 214 E years' experience as an E/
ley, Fla. 23novlm Intendencia entrance also at 21S maaa. Specialist. Examination freerO5
FOR RENT-one fine double furnished SALE MONDAY car load of Ten- :
and prepared to do everything in wagon
front room. with board and bath. Telephone HOTELS. nessee horses and mules. This stock I oTCOflTTSTFtL.
I and carriage building and repairingE s o
Sfio. on car hoe at 415 west Gregory I :.' FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mahlen
was bought low and must be sold at Phone 923
: For 'Sane & Sons' piano in handsome rosewoodcase. L. Heiring. ; City. 14oct.
street. 4declw LOCKHART HOTEL. Lockhart Ala., once as we have no stable room. Apply, A bargain. Piano an be seen C. PHILLIPS, Ph. M.
A PLK46AXT homelike place to new management newly renovated to Pensacola Stables or T. E. \\ elles. 9dtf : by calling at the Kandy Kitchen. 3ocU MATTRESSES RENOVATED-New tick 01t
nice rooms. Bath and all 1 Homeopathic.
accommoda- furnished if desired. Guaranteed. 3
on North Hill 2d door from Ca board'i tions. Special attention to traveling men. FOR SALE CHEAP-100 pine posts one I pet taken up and matting laid. Leave Car- t PHYSICIAN and SURGEON 3
Phone 160.NICELY Special rates to weekly boarders J. girl's bicycle with foot pump almost FOR SALE and immediate delivery, one orders at Watson Parker Reese ,
On West Garden street, south fronton Co. .. .. 3
Rodgers Prop. 2Snov new and one 2-whel! push cart. Apply i ,automatic tandem compound center Wesley Duncan. Office and Residence, 12 N.p.< afox.
FUR SllED ROOMS for Hugh Maloney 924 North Davis. car line' a two-story, 8-room modern crank steam engine of atout 150 horse 7sept Hour; 9 to 11 a. m. Ito 9 p. m-
with or without hoard Table board. BROWN HOUSB DeFunlaK 7declw I home, house in splendid Condition recently power, and two return tubular boilers, 72
Phone gas and bath. No. 3 Palafox. beds. airy rooms elegant SpringsGood meals overhauled ,throughout and painted; inches diameter by 16 feet long. :For full J. H. PORTER sallmaker. 111 South Phone 65. o
:27nov free bath and sample rooms. Special; DECORATIVE EVERGREENS W. gas city water bath. large. deep lot, best particulars apply Stone & Webster Enj. Palafox street. Orders taken for tents, LwJ12JJj.w.wmFrederick o ;
S attention to traveling men. Rates $:00 needle neighborhood In city-$5000.00. Corporation. Box 820. Pensacola. 14nov awnings. tamp stools and house cots.
Smllax pins. holly, mistletoe.
Elount.
ROOMS-Two furnished front rooms day. J. R. Brown. Prop. etc. Price reasonable. Jljao Auifeld. F. M
suitable for light liousekeeping. Use per window wreaths and other Christmas On West'Jackson street" the most mod AUSFIELD BLOUNT
of phone and bath. Apply isJJ:: East HOTEL SOUTHERN Open til decorations. Miss Ann'.e Jordan 115 em up-to-date-little cottage in the city I FOR SALE-8 room house, good location, &
Phone 897 2inov the North Spring street. Phone 1535. cabinet best water in the city. A bargain. Apply SHIP CItANDLERS-cKlnsle O-rting
Cadsden. or American and European bath. gas. electricity J rooms. Architects
year. plan.Special Cowholesale and retail
&
9th avenue and 16th street 13no\lm Ship. crandlers -
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent at 212 every respect.summer,Pleasant rates. First-class and conven-in FOR SALE-Good buggy with 4dee2w.'I'I I room mantles and folding library doors butler's between pantry, dining large kind and in grocers.city. Fair Only.prices flrst-clas to alL" OOUE 312-314 Brent Bldg., 43 Moses Bid] ,
of :
\\est Gregory Street 16novlm ient. Mrs. T. L. Bowen. Prop. Pensa been used two months-cheap. front gallery House beautifully finished I FOR SALE-One fine wan Case 25 feet PeniacoU. Fla. Montgomery. AU:
cola. Fla. ISapr Brooks 112 South Palafox. 4declw : on Inside. yard nicely laid off beautiful long 8 feet high. with ribbon case 10 ---
FOR RENT-Pleasant furnished room. flowers. stables large'lot, best neighbor- : feet long. separate. Will make fine display MILTON UPHOLSTEHINO SHOP-Willie WM. A. BORMANS
southern exposure second floor. Corner FOR SALE-200-arpent country place 7 for kind of !Minis Proprietor. Furniture' ,
,BAY HOTEL-Open nlJht'and day. European hood in city. This js a cheap place for case any merchandise Te
PIth!! avenue and 12th street near East plan. Rooms light and clean. I miles from Pensacola. short mile west< the money-$4750.00. Apply to E. L. Reese 17 North Pal&fox. pairing of all kinds. carpet laid ,forni- Architect and Superintendent
Hillar line.. llnov Transient trade solicited. 575-579 South of Olive station and postoffice. known as 'I 20novlm tu'e packed for shipping. Phone. ,gNext .
Palafox. Jos. S. Mcolau. Prop. 7-mile house on old Jackson road 30 acres 5-room. cottage and hall, bath and to Tampa landing. 22aprU Office' -305 Brent Building,
LOST..on Palafox street or'In some I fenced and cross-fenced with woven wire shower bath. hot and cold water cabinet FOR SALE-10.000 acres round timber Phone 823. Pentacola, Fla
store child tan colored pocketbook I fence, balance partly cleared partly tine mantles modem throughout occupying land. 12.500 saw mill timber and -
saw ALFMAN Tin. Copper and
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and H. Sheet
lIt> on outside
lias two hal1 S the picture
< .
I timber. Fine oaks. pear chestnut and block of ground East Hill, block hotel at a bargain.
of rat talking through telephone a % on I mill 32-room Several Iron Worker: cornice work and skylights SECRET SOCIETIES.PENSACOLA
a ; other tre s. Stream running through; from car. line. good nelghborhood-$3000. good farms and town properties. specialty; roofing .
contained J3 or $4. Liberal reward if returned MONEY TO LOAN. many springs on place: also horse, buggy I I Write Gentry .& Setterlind. Chlpley, Fla. repairing a 109 East Government guttering, and
Journal office. opera
to 9dZt harness, wagon and farming tools; 3 1- Modern 5-room cottage, reception hall, 23sept bouse building. Phone 560. Residence LODGE. NO. J.
THOS.. PEBLEY-Real Estate and Loans. room houses. 1 60-foot stable, with two large front gallery on corner lot iiOx131%. 1216. Pensacola No. 3. K. of P
drawn phone Lodge.
LOST-Two checks of by IK. G j Upstairs corner Palafox and Romana I rooms: 1 :25-foot! barn and other out- I two blocks from car line on East Hill; I FOR SALE-Forty acres land( well Umbered meets Monday evening at 1 "
Sewell. one !n favor favor of R James M. Dixon, Sts. Sdec houses. Suitable for sanitarium, country I house new, lot nicely laid oft' wth pretty good house 1H miles east of o'clock ::1'h temporary Castle U:
.. for $7.15. one in National Bank. Sewell.The for !club factory, brewery or stock farming. flowers large stables, fronts south. It : Olive Fla. Address Jas.' T. Gerelds. P. O. I CREW NOTICE. over Pou'a tabfe., West Irtendencla St
$3.00 on First public UNLIMITED amount money to loan on Reason for selling-owner has no one to J is cheap at $2450.00. : Box 1(4. City. Snovlm Neither the Captain Ownersnor \"Isttlg! brethren cordially welcomed.
not to negotiate
Is notified same. all kinds personal property, on short I manage place. Great bargain as invest- Consignee of the Nor E. 11. DE. NARD. C elL -
James-McHugh. 9dc notice. Terms easy. Get my rates before ment or for one looking for good farming : FOR SALE OR TRADE-Seven H. P. I j} bark Chas Racine win be responsible HORSLER. K. of R & S.
.. going elsewhere. Star Loan Co. 116H I land. For particulars address E. W. I wood rom; complete order. Will cut ; for debt -
contracted
I South Palafox. 4novlm Peake Pensacola Fla., New Laundry twenty cords of wood per day; terms to
: the
by crew of laid vesseL
LOST.
REBECCA.Naomi .
I building, East Chase street. ideciiALE.Just J. W. Bullock Jr. will DAUGHTERS OF
I right/; party, or trade for stock or G. WAAGE of
taOOO.00 to loan on good security. Pensa : other property. Address J. A. Donalson. A. ZELJLS. Lodge, ho. 19 Daughters
Investment I received.. fresh flashlights Captain. Rebecca. meets every Monday night at
PARTY hrimsr yellow Canary in the cola Company. 30octMOXET DeFunlak Springs Fla 23nov2w
thereabouts. I and launch batteries. Phone : Consignee. S o'clock In L O O F. halL Visltit
of Union Depot or
vicinity 133 LOANED on real eseate and :345 B.V.. Peake. New Star Laundry Real Estate and Mortgage Loans sisters cordially Invited to be present.
to
receive reward by returning
will
SALE 12300: cash for
FOR Remington MRS J. T PULLIAM. N. G
personal property on short notice. building.
East Gregory street. 8dec3t I '
: Typewriter In firstc1aswrIting order: MRS. HATTIE NEVILLE. Sec.
Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. 28* South Room 302 Brent Building.
j Palafox St. Phone 1144. I reason for selling hare no use for same Pensacola. St. Andrews and
ld-tlllf'd gentleman's watch "
LOST-One
PANAMA CANAL EDITION of Tho here. Address B, Care Journal
and fob initial "E. I.." on fob. Reward Journal magnificently illustrated Phone 637 21novlm Gulf Steamship Co. RATHBONE LODGE NO. 30.
,. for return to E. Forschftlmer Boston I CAN LEND YOUR MONET at eight magazine containing scores of views of Rathbone Lodges, No. 30, Knights "t
"hoc More.:: 8dec per cent. If you hare any that you I the city and harbor. For ole .t all FOR SALE-A fine tract of land near W.G.STEAMER TARPON. Pythias, meets every Thursday night It'
BARROW
want Interest on. see me about itIt at The Journal oiSce Matter. !
book stores or By Part heavily timbered Castle HalL Members of sister lolxr'
of beads will be absolutely safe on real city. ; part FI2ST.CLAS PASSENGER AND- : .
LOST string garnets
prayer estate mail. 20 cents. Ucit cleared. Call phone 285; or address 1102 and visiting brethren cordially toivit-
on Palafox !!street Sunday morning. security. LeUe,.E. Brooks. Phone 462.MONET I Legal Advertisements. East Gadsden. ISnovlm FREIGHT-Between SERVICE. to attend. J. M ROPER C. c.
Reward for return to Clara Bell, 322 East FOR SALE-Half-interest in one of the I PENSACOLA. MOBILE.-APAUACHICOLA i C. J. LEVET. K R. i S.
tomana. 5dec3t TO LOAN-Everybody borrows best furniture houses in South Alabama. CARRABEULE.
ST.
: AN.
I money from Jno. A HaU & Co., 14fe ; Reason for selling to devote more time I BIDS WANTED 1 1I FOR SALE OR CHANGE-Ha1f block DREWS. MIULYILLE. I M. E. B. A. No. 81. meets first anti
a.oST-Ont" laprobe Tuesday morning St. :n New City near Bay View park will I Irlbellc.ntD
E. Government When IB ;
need can I to other interests. Call on or address W. for And all point on St. Andrews Bay Car. third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. m.
Reward for return to Ben Dunham 40West exchange cottage or sell cheap if
: Romana Sdeclw* on ULMO'EY S. Sheppard..Florala. Ala. lino vim I and will be received until December 10. taken at once. Mrs. R Owsley 1308 E. AotUchlcola.LE. i Rafford Hall. No. 10, West Intenden I Isstreet.
J i at noon. for repairing and moving a A. G. FELL. Pres
L------- LOANED on all kinds of personal FOB S.\LE-lll acres excellent pineappleand I house from lot 16 Commissioners street Strong. Zlnovlm'Are Leaves Pensacola Sunday ':H p. rn, J. I.. SWEENET. See,..
on short orange land on Jupiter river: excellent for Mobile. Ala.
property notice. Terms '
i Wools to lot 4, Broadway; and one
Gray & Co market close to railroad; three } Leave Pensacola Tuesday, I-SO
J B. 3 W. Romana. ; I p. tn
FOR ADOPTION. easy. miles from ocean: some improvements, I house from Commissioners street No 12. for St. Andrews. MTOvTJe PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 4. I. O. O. F.Pensacola .
*. PhoneliSS. Ifeb healthy locality. Address J. E. Benefleld. I!to No. 15 on the same street. The special you fond of good coffee? Try Carrabelle and intermediate tih1COIa.1 Lodge. No. 4, I. O. O f..
FOR ADOPTION"-Ore orphan boy. 7 UNLIMITED- amount or money to loan Aycock. Fla. conditions can be seen at the officeof Jackson Square tie celebrated French For additional information meets every Thursday evening at .35
years old.Vill be given for adoptionto on all klnJs of personal property. Special McKenzie Oerting & Co.. Pensarola .drip coffee. Leading grocers have It. J. R. SAU OERS, at the new hall on Belmont and Baytea.
responsible parties. For particulars! rates to business men on large FOR SALE-Thoroughbred 8no"l!and G. R. Wilkins. Wamngton. Right and 4 pound air Ugnt E .R. COBB, President. streets. Visiting brethren cordiaUy taTlted.
11. : tins.ALF. .
.#pply Pearl Eagan Home, or Mrs. Win.4Fsher. (loans. The New York Loan Co.. 204Poot. ) : Pointer Puppies, $10 and SIS. Ito reject any and all bids Is reserved j General Frt. and Pa s. 'Agt. Pan I B. R. WITKOVSKT. N. a
; President.! ISnovl! .. T'o fA fox. i Bagdad Kennels Bagdad. F1.. P. J. McKKNZTE OF.ttTTVO- FOR acola. Fla., A. KERLE. Secretary:
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NAVAL STORE -- THE ACROBATIC WONDER 57 .
Sa,-annah. Ga.. Dec. 8.-The naval .5 Cleared YMterday.
stores market closed to-day as followsUW Lord Stanley Br ... hestofHighOradwdrIft
...........:....................700UG : Bremen. .with additional Cunningham, for Mr. Ben Dunham
................................6 75: : Call for it and square bales cotton, 250 round cargo bales of 79 ,
all N ...................................6 25 you will be ton. cot Assisted By : -
", not "smooth sailing )t ..................................560 served with the best. A gin Bottonhall Br t., Simmonds, 5U, for
K ...................................5 15 of Galveston! in ba11uLAndrea. Mrs. Dunham Willie' .
did some "tall figuring" before I ...................,................4 30 quality that all men appreciate. Nor bk Johanssen 1114. for and. .
H .................... ..............4 20 : Insures strength Rosario, with '5 ,691 s ft lumber. Farine 5 I Iof
kl see his way clear to succeed S .. ........... ,
I 1.' < ......................400F
...........................395to400:: vim and vigor. VESSELS IN PORT. Pensacola. .
E .................:.......3 92% to 3 95 St amlm *. : '.
\ jlcaniie roofing D ...................................390 ALL GOOD DEAUfiS SELL IT. Alfred Menzele .Oer as. ?orgens n. 1288.
C ..........-.......................3 90 St Vincent, to H. Baars A Co !
1 Spirits Turpentine STU cents. "B &J B" Boltenhall, Br es. Simmons, 2337. Bremen .
; came to the rescue to Gulf Transit Co. DECEMBER 10 1906.
:: as it always does when PensacoU Cotton Market. Atlanta Cayo Largo, Br se. Davejr. 2223, Tam- S
pico to Gulf Transit Co.
;_ { its merits are known, The following p*nsacola cotton quota Hels'ngburg! Swed as, Schriel. 1422,
4 "' *of tions are furnished by S. P. O'Conor & Huelva to flyer Bros. MANY NEW FEATURES TO B( --, } I
':i 1. so, course, Jack'sbouse Co.. F. O B. cotton brokers, Pensacola, f homburg Oer 5$. Matthlesen. 1488. 4}
L was a success. Florida Rotterdam to the W. S. Keyser Co. INTRODUCED.

r1V.? ;: =: Yours will fce,too,if Good middling ...................... .i __ Strict; middling ......................io< 1jiGOOD Ida Span ss. Arano 2160. Liverpool
\l you use Vulcanite, Middling .............................1914 Gulf Transit Co to Matinee-SOc, 75c and 100.
; -, II Ithe cheapest good! !!|I Strict low middling ................. JV Twilight, Br ss, Morris 2260, Charlesto -
Low middling ........................ 5)14) nto the W. S. Keyser Co. '
kI J roofing ever made.For !!
Ship Florida and Alabama :
I ,to'' 4 t j sale right here : : : '" Avant, Nor ship, Anderson- 1648 London Lard

l V JJ fu wwn now by NT.W IU to Ferreira master.to order., Fort ship, Barros. 606. Lisbon Hogless LAND COMPANY I

M. Avery Hardware Co. Harbinger, Rus ship, 1399, Algoa Bay : .
: to master. Manufacturers ot :
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. -- -- Ingrid. Nor ship. Dannell 1260:: Antwerp I I and Dealers in 5 .
ORDER YOUR Special to The Journal. to McK. Oerting &: Co. LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHIN: .
SERIffCt Lena Ital ship, Tassara, 1581 Londonto
Brent
Dec. 8.
-An njoyable party : order. Made under U.8. Government Inspection aLES AND KILN.DRIED SAP.
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I :"uit Cake and Pound Cake was given Tuesday night at the residence S Barks.Afredo. I ,
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of Mr. and Mrs Henry Fillin- Guaranteed under the National Pure Uruguayan bk. Maiagas. '87. THE SOUTHERN COTTON OIL COMPANY '
from gim, on West Jackson, In honor-of Food and Drugs Act. Montevideo to H. H. Thornton. SCARRITT MORENO. :
Alfhlld. Swed bk. Sxensen. 133%. Dur- ;j
CHRIS PFEIFFER, Mrs. Fillingim's sister Miss Hattye ban to master. SAFES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. -

On East liii!. Perkins of Centuryvho has been master.C.Andrea.. Nor bk Quale 114. Durban to L_ 1 Agent for Dlebold Canton Safe Ohio.and Lock Co.,' .

visiting her for a few days. B. TYhidden. Br bk, Morrison 349:; Office and Salewoonv E. Gov. St. ; .

r" it rd: Cake Cake 39 30 cents Cents per per pound.pound. After late hour playing light various refreshments games were untila ( The man who Co.La Palmas to Southern States Lumber I "" " " " "" '" .

served. Among/ those present were :|#pL"T believes in a clean Stavanger Campbell to Nor McK. bk Otrtlng, Hausken.&: Co. 1100. C. V. THOMPSON :

Mirs Hattye Perkins, (the honoree) Charles Racine, Nor bk. Waage, 1026, Christmas Trade Handled I S. ,-
PENSACOLA COPPER WORKS Misses Annie Allen Fannie Camp r Genoa to master. : Easily THE STATIONERS T
bell, May Malone Lutle Miller and I ,,!, collar ALL THE Chacma. Nor bk. Jorgensen 657. I .. (
VI.I. A BAKER &. CO. PROP'S. Fleetwood to order. No. 20 South Palafox St.
Seamless Messrs. Eile Allen, Charlie Blazdell, Hereford Nor bk, Jensen 1380, Rosarioto
Ita: 'acturers Turpentine Stills TIME is the who i ii
man Holiday goods all fresh and
i new.
Buford S
Allen and L. If is
Pensacola, Fla. Fillingim. Ueimdal.order. Nor bk. Hensen, 1354 Hull the store lighted with flex Papers, latest styles; Tissue and )
insists on having to order. Colors distinguishable Crepe Papers. r
gas. easily : ..
Send in orders Humberto Span. bk. 1111 Battle. Havana Bibles. Testaments Booklets Christ- ,
your now to order.Jngeblorg i because inas Cards Portals, Paper Dollies, Novelty ,
for extra copies of The Journal's "LION" Isor"bk, Bid, 1250. East Lon S ; gas light i purses and Hand Bags.. French Stag .. e .
BRAND. don to order. is like iMoveltiea. Dainty Thermometers for
j / more nearly daylight.
big Christmas Editionand Isabel Browne, Rus bk Lindquist, 1231 i : decorative purposes. Din and Penny
Hull to master Bank, Visiting Cards, Pound Papers, etc. ,
they will be set aside 15 Cents Each At All Kink Qscar IL Nor bk. Johnson 752. Wellsbach 300 Candle
2 for 25 Cents Coed Rosario to A. Zelius. i Power Lamp :
Shops.
for you. I I JJJIa, Nor bk", Aaaonsen, 1030 Santosto
order. Installed $7.00 :
Lluis Uruguayan bk. Lopez. 700. Havana : CoalandWoodWe
to order. .
Lvsglint, Nor bk. Hansen, 1332, Swakop- .
All Work Tested and Guaranteed.
FOR IMPLICATION IN mund to McK. Oertlng & Co. .
Ae deliver Ice. Coal Charcoal and
interest ,
Wr> prices. can you.
Maria Ger bk. French 19%%. Kings .
Lynn to master. i Pensacola Gas Company i Wood anywhere In the city. We can S
Marina Madre Ital bk. Simon at ta, supply you in any quantity and our ,

1 SttlUAN I BROS.CO I It 1 THE: JIM SWEAT MURDERSydney 1468.Isegpore.Genoa Nor to bk order.. OJtrdsen 1128 East i Phone 98. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. i service Steam I* always and Domestic prompt. CoaL .. S

I t London. to, Ital A. ZrliusQlivari ok. Costa. Genoa to order ..................................................... Wood Cut, Any SIze. L-51

UfACTURresESTIL1 I Ophelia Nor bk. Larason. 1127, Bahla
I handcuffs were quickly placed about Blanca to Gulf Transit Co. I E. G. SEWALL,
UltPEN11 Williams Pallas. Nor bk' Johnson. 1219 Plymouth -
1 .. 'p ; a Negro, :his wrists A search showed that the to A. Zelius. Phone 614-363. 26 N. Tarragona. St, 1 *
negro had a 45-calibre,revolver in his Robert Scrafton. Nor bk Morthensen. ,:
Is Arrested by Sheriff II bosom. 884, Barbadoes to McKenzie Oertlng &: All Successful BusinessMen -: -, HICKS T1CAPUDINE

Co.Superb, :Nor bit, Ullch, 1934, Antwerp
Van Pelt. Many Have Been Suspected. to A. Zelius &: Co..
I Since the murder of Sweat many Un lac. Port bk, Cachin 891 Rio Ja- I rWill
niero to master. .
negroes have been suspected and several Schooners. CURES
I have been arrested and Doris Am sch Eastman 310. Havana ). '
For implication In the minder of one or I1*
more triefljupon the charge of havingmurdered to .1. A. Merritt & Co. I tell yon that the first dollar deposited' the bank,\: ; ALL ACHES ,
James Sweat which occurred five Donna Christina. Am sen. McLeod
165. -
I tHe young man, but in each Belize to master. was the firstostone: in the foundation of their success.Don't w1 Aad NeI'YOU6IIua '
years ago Sydney Williams, a negro. case it was clearly shown that the S Barkentlnei. S.-/ tmlhtlJ,811c, &ldn1M&. S
was arrested yesterday by Sheriff I wrong parties had been arrested. Beatrice, hal bktn. llarchcn. Savona to _
ASK FORMAGNOLIA Van Pelt at lluscogee, and the sheriff Mr Sweat was shot and killed while master.Thyra Dan bktn.I. Rasmnnaen. 260, Bar- Hesitate ----S-------SSS- S
believes that he has one of the he was accompanying Deputy Sheriffs badoes to order. THE CYPRESS LUMBER CO
pnnicpal inca connected with this I Vaughn and Hosselton on the nightof But strat right to-day and follow the path that surely

murder. The negro is now in jail Aug., 6th five years ago. The Send in .);our orders now leads to success. APALACHICOLA, FLA.
FARM here, and much information has been deputy shenffsjiad gone to Muscogeeon :
I for copied of The
) extra journals -
secured from him regarding the mur. an engine to make a number of ; Kanuhctnrers of I

der.The arrests and had called to their assistance big Christmas Edition Save '
l l1A"
arrest was made after_an Investigation I several citizens among them '
number of I and they will be set aside f Cypress Shingles. :
a Mr
covering being Sweat Some arrests had
CANE SYRUPAlways The money7 thoughtlessly spent will work for you If deposited ,
weeks, during which..time the sheriff been made, and the party was return for you. in our Savings Department. Four per cent Interest 5- I
.
and his' deputies. kept quiet upon the II ing on the tender of the engine when A : x {" x is" : '
work they had In hand, but after shots were fired from behind ,a pile The climax of a good meal-a cup paid ,j *"zS"z18'.4
satisfying themselves that the Information of lumber.:, One bullet struck Mr. of Jackson Square Coffee. Ask your ;
they had in their possession Sweat and hedied shortly afterwards. grocer for a free sample. Cypress Tanks of all Descriptions.

was reliable in. every particularthe Message From Muscogee. Write for Catalogue and Price List ,. .
WAS arrest of Williams was determined Shortly after 7 o'clock last night Send in orders now
upon and was made by the after his return from Muscogee, your FIRST NATIONAL BANK(
Pure sheriff himself. Sheriff Van Pelt received a telephone for extra copies of The journal's Just Received. S

Williams has the reputation of be- message from white citizens there Christmas Editionand .
big
ing a negro who always goes armed stating that somp of the colored people OF PENSACOLA. FLA. Imported Macaroni. 'Sweet Oil Cheeses 1
Dill Sauer Kraut. )Mackerel CodFish
!before there was a and when the sheriff decided npon I there had suspected a woman of they will be :set aside ,Flrkles.Pigs Feet Spanish Onions. Pilot .
making the arrest he took precautions -I giving the officers Information which for Designated Deoosltary of the United States.W. Bread. French Navy Bread. Everything/ ; -
to see that the man had no lIed to the arrest of Williams and had you. fresh and new. s '
"Food Bill. I opportunity of resitting The negro threatened violence to her. The Witch Hue 1.00 per gallon. S

was at work behind one of the big I sheriff did not anticipate any trouble NOTICE. H. Knowles Pna1!.enL W. K. Hyer, Jr., Vice-President.! and Caih'er.! Marine Grocery Company t
saws at the milling plant. of the I but deputized a sufficient number of There will be a regular Thos. W. Brent, Ass't Cashier. W. N. Roberts. Asst Cashier v. J. VIDAL Manage'SSSSSSS .

Southern States Lumber Company, .'citizens and instructed them to telephone meeting of }IL Horeb R. Directors-F. C. Brent. W.A. Blount W. IL Knowles. W. K. llyer Jr.. I _:
Christmas and accompanied by Mr. Bradley the 'I. him later if there was any A. Chapter on :Monday, D. O. Brent

Evergreens. sheriff went there,. and before th.e I trouble and inasmuch as no message 10th inst., at 7:30 p. m. I --- -N
man realized what had occurred he 'was received it is evident that the W. E. ANDERSON II I S Typewriters.
was covered by a revolver, and the I rumor originated with some idle talk.1Luii Secretary. .

I .
I loll v, Mistletoe Wild 'We offer the below t.
S.- .._L.. r7w. LAMARPresldent. JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant CwViri '
,c :;:ilax, \eedle Pines, Mag- .E.CLARK.Vice-President and Cashier. i.W.ANDREWS.Assistant Cuhiu. $100 MAKE TYPEWRITERS CHEAP: .: ;
Wtere Fortcars Were Made ACSpeat
Steam' Visible (new> ............I7&.00 41 (
rolia Foliage, Mossf etc. Put iicr la an. / THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Williams (re-built) ................ $i.t> ,,, .
When Daly! : Lad acquired the props. Densmore. (practically new) *....... C7f0 f '
ip in assortments suitable : ssrrovQfllug tb AJ4a'eoa. L Smith Premier No.4.............. 43.00
: es : i (
........ .
rt* Remington No. 2 (re-built) So CO : ;
for parlor, church, hall or '?caed tip IfbV 1! Batte..1 Sa.: 1 One usuire CF 'CNSAC01A. : "
a vivid taarfTatiaH o picture} t Also for ten days' delivery we can uU ;- 1- ;,
House
Building. -
church decorations. 4JJ5THjJ For Woman's Ills Opera New Century. Fox. Fay-Sholes. Und.'f
!Yjceefrtb growth .fteGfs th:; wood or any make of typewriter. Above I ., "-
11 Ime on ring MsTA, WI"s lilt DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. machines also for rent : I; ;! ::1
Orders taken and Is the celebrated Hosteller's Stomach Sitters It !Is backed
delivery 2l by a 53 years record of cures and hundreds of testimonials Kortuaes were made Z4 spent In CAPITAL STOCK $200,000. SURPLUS $69.800. "; '. j t
.guaranteed -hen r w from women everywhere who hate been cured it ,
\\ promised.E. a s by lay.: jgtt anay of metdpnSd< il.tthe
after other remedies had failed.
mmes dally; to strip them cf thel DIRECTORS. S PensacolaTypewriter 1 I

M. Pooley, treasure, bilge f.r* U trftre dMpoJte-_ Henry L, Covington, Frank Reilly, 0-. E. Bra ner, S
C01 W. Chase St. Phone 1121 a Hostetter'sStomach )t their titter to stnU aQ4 shore u, J. M. Pfeiffer, W. S, Rosasco, C. W. lamar,
Will call with Cata'og on request. the escartttoM and prvtttt the eart: Bryan Dunwody, T. F. MrGourin, J. R. Saunders, Exchange, .1 t t
I'' h Bitters itore for these tipper T.i w are ofte A. M. Avery, W. H. Milton, 0. E. Maura.McKenzleOertlno, ,
100 feet wide la wa smokestack. W. L. Cawthon Cr. W. J. Hannah, 20 E. Government St. ;. "fl.

t began: to vomit tbeWt0hI t< *i of snrwig'! ftIc Mc6oiela, C. M. Covington, M. E. Clarlu& ---- ( ;' I

S woman should therefore In the land be the treatise first choice there of is every none sick more or safe delicate and from scores of furnaces scattered ove hilly tll nit tuu rer root at SUP, }3J" tod $JSIO he )'m. FuTile apartment "

ThoGenuine L reliable. and because it will cure you of the hill; the moan apA clank of hugt in ccooectlon: for Ole convenience; of customers. S't
! I r Backache Indigestion; Sick Headache Sleepless- pnmpj could be heaird IB the ness Poor Appetite Clogged Bowels Bihons/ Spells, Time
Paid Deposits.
j the water to the surface; the Fourpercent Interest on
t. Sour Stomach, Bleating. Dizziness or Fainting Spells. forcing !k
To strengthen and fortlfr the system against attacks pound of hammers ad Ute steady impact -
> S of',Colds and Chills, it is excellent We urge trial at once.. of drills 8o-qh4e4 everywhere .

while the earth: trembled and bellowed

i Article I= Great with 'distant haDows Bailepjrsnnd, like cathedral explosion naves, THE CITIZENS NA TIONAL'BANK Buy .

were scooped out, where the treasuread
.
) lain In the rock ribbed earth. PENSACOLAA

J THAT'S C GENERAL ARTHUR3 Horses}lowered and mules Into the were mineswheretheir blindfoldedand General S Banking Business Conducted. on Safe and ConservativeS I WhiSkY 1 I:

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hides like tte fray beards of the That has the )

PIEL BROS.' I! old miners< sJon took on the greenish Correspondence Solicited"R. M. Bushnell. Cashier.J. reputation ,
i: color of the copper which saturates everything -

below the surface. The Butte
for Purity. 1
.. St hill soon became a vertiable under
REAL GERMANLAGRBR j ground city.-c. P. Connolly In MeCiure's a REESE. R. :M. CART 3. W. DORR. W. QtINA. '.
President Vice-President. Cashier. Assistant-Cashier. Itisustucasytosc-; '

: Magazine. THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA. core the pure article j S

Life OD the F na. CAPITAL $100,000. SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $25,000. S
,..DIRECTORS. forthtumcmoncytha.t ,
life on the farm means corn hi i ipay
Real
J J HOOTOX. R. 11. CART. IS.. REEVES. for the adulterate If -
abundance, bogs plenty, cows enoughto W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. J. S. fiEESE W. DeC. KKSSLER.
keep every vessel on the place overflowing A General Banking Business Transacted and Accounts Solicited; Ships' Disburse- Pure Whisky is what you ;' ..
Attention.
menu S pedal
TRY IT! given
with milk .horses for every. {
!
want, ask lot j* > j* > j'
member of the tomdy, chickens, turkeys .
ONLY 15c A BOTTLE geese ducks, fruit In season and "JESSE MOORE" } t

$1.50 PER DOZEN. out all the of season.year round.babies-and Houston good (cheer TeL) R. :J*. CART, President. J>.O. B- MASSET. Secretary "AA" tJ : t;

Post. _ CA.R.-Y dzi CC>. I N. GOLDRING.. i.'I'I i
OT9TRIBUTOH. II t
I i'.ei'.'...rn. 4r FLA.S .
Simple. Wholesale and Retail .
Very .
I Morris' Dannheisser I Over 2,000,000 Bank Note Cigars sold inWest Florida: fn905! Miss Short says she's thirty, but Pn Office Domestic: 43 S.Anthracite Palafox St.and Te :372.COAL.. Handled Exclusively by- -i.t 1". 4.

rare!he is thlrtyiXevery year of IL" Yard: Comer Tarragona THE GEM SALOON 1,: ;
II she sir before Streets. Yard phones 6 and i
UW.ZarrajossiSt. "Well you see was ,
Pensacola Fla. Riera & Schad Props. J <
w1wvssssswlpwiwwvII I! Frank Reilley Agent ,she learned to count" :,:- i

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<. PAGE EIGHT THE PEN S A'C 0" A-r .JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 9, 1906.

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'f BOOKS( )

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PYTHIANS HAD !
1t 1t QUALITY HOUSE

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Practical -- BOYS' BOOKS FOR CHRISTMAS.

7 .: ENJOYADLETRIP ::- ,- '!::; t l1 : 1Ril Jlf Ji novels I have but cut I out have blood-and-thunder. stock of Boy,' n'Book fed,

...... ,, < ;lq. fit for a city of 50,000 Inhabitants r
**' : -v 2' *
7.3f *i&$ i5ifc ; following are printed on good paper: J.
>K **' x. Vxrf, irAA.r ,<*?iS lustrated, cloth binding and strict*
4.A standard., '
+
a X c. 'r fI Chimney Corner series 40 or 50 tcby ,,,
Horatio Alger. Jr., "the .Amerk
Christmas GiftsSuits Henty" at SOc. others price 50a u

I Ideal series 40 titles by G. A. Hen
at %Sc. :Mr. Henty is KIng of Story -rea;
___
-c_ ; for boys. .All bon will read ha .;
To Century, Returning At I; < let with eager and all unflagging lntere<.
The episodes are graplifcj nc: *.:
o- realistic and In many of his books, 1.s-*
An Early Hour Yester- N tortcaUy true. The tendency is to Ice
Cuffs formation of an honorable manly
4
Overcoats Ties day Morning.One JACKSON SQUARE ROASTED COFEEE a even heroic character.

Little Men eeiies, by favorite
Cravanettes Fancy Vests FOR tEWJS BEAR OROCOf ERSKDUV' FUUTW* CMR C&ftfc thorn at 35c. boys' 13.

1 Shoes Smoking Jacket -: of the most enjoyable trips I I I Young Patriotic series, by such autbl'l
as EHls, ChJpman OUs, at SOc.
Hats SuspendersHandkerchiefs made by members of the local lodgesof I r>in
Knights of Pythians was that of I Rover Boys' series at 40c.
Umbrellas Friday night, which terminated yester- II .a
Juvenile histories of the United
f- Gloves Hosiery day morning about 2 o'clock, when I England Ireland Germany Rest State*.
."'". the special train bearing the .party ,returned :I France Japan. Heroes of History, etj A?,
Collars Suit Cases to the city from Century. I at 75c.
The occasion was the district meet-
If you want to spend
more
ing of the Knights of Pythias at Century for' "the
boy" than 25c to 75c, let me JIcl.t!
You are cordially invited to call and take your and at 7 o'clock the special train bait a dozen of the above: he will appr.out
charatered for the occasion left the date and treasure; all of them.
time looking over them. SECURITY ANDJACKSON
union depot having on board fifty or
sixty members of the local lodges and R nl(1TED COFfEES
those in this district. Accompanyingthe
II members were Grand Chancellor SQUARE HARRY T. HOWLAND,
Henry Horsier, and District Deputy i I
Scott M Loftin. Upon arriving at I Manager De Luna Book Store,
;
THE JOHN WHITE STORE Century the members were met by a IMPORTERS' CGI E CO., Ltd. De Luna St., Phone 1 LThis

: committee from that lodge andes- New Orleans. S. A.
corted to the hall, where the celebrated -..

in Men's and Wear senatorial team conferred the
Specialists Boys'
rank two candIdates.
upon
District Deputy Grand Chancellor,,'
Phone 225 205.207 S. PALAfOX Lcftin delivered an appropriate address -,1'1 LBeLewis Bear Company Agents. +

which was responded to by one ,
of the prominent Pythians of Century, R

and then Grand Chancellor Horsier ...... ______ .
J .made a short but interesting address -
1t } The Pythians of Fiomaton had pre-
pared an excellent repast for the occasion
1 which was greatly enjoyed. SHEEP HUSBANDRY AND INJURIES ARIVLRYPAINFUL


Ir ,' ,Gallagher, Grace and Sandor

r 1 _'# Convicted in Peonage Case WOOL GROWING IN FLORIDA


(Continued from first Page.)
J ARTHUR WRIGHTON JUMPED
sible for the acquittal of all but threeof hausted by raising cotton under the
the defendants. Col. W. \r. Flour- William Archer, of States-(I 4 noy leading counsel and Messrs. Lof- "How many pounds of wool do your
tin and Blount, who were also associated ville, Enthusiastic Over sheep shear per annum?" was asked. HIMSELF FROM, FALL- ac
f in the defense followed the "My present flock averages 10
; : case closely and yesterday made able the OpportunitiesOffered. pounds per head and we are not satisfied ING. oss BwosZ,5 ,

Zk address to the Jury that contributed, with Merinos that average less ..,.[r.1+

% ____ in great measure, to the leniency of than 8 pounds. The best of Merinos 4'o
the verdict. often average 12 pounds. There are

The other indictments will not be individual cases of a high class ewe I I A. A. Wrighton yesterday had a

tried at this term of court, accordingto clipping 20 pounds and a similar ram narrow escape from perhaps serious
District Attorney Sheppard, but will HAS PURCHASED LARGE TRACTOF clipping 30 pounds and over, under I
,. t4' be continued until the spring term of careful and high keeping, but there injuries and even though he escapeda
; = vz the United States court in order that LAND NEAR FLORALA, AND are very few such. I I oad fall is now confined to his home, cold weather will perhaps

1 the appeal in the two cases already "We have sola wool in North Carolinaat I \o. 812 North Sixth avenue, suffering suggest to you that an
GIVES HIS VIEWS AS TO HOW
I disposed of may be decided. from 18 cents to 25 cents per pound.1 I from bruises and very painful inju
The jury in the case just concludedwas THE BEST RESULTS CAN BE OBTAINED These weights and prices are for the I]I
composed-of Julius Boley, Albert -.. wool just as It comes off the sheep ries.The
Johnson, Frank Kramer, J. G. Welsh, ;1 unw'ashed. '' I young man was painting a sign
7i Mike Puhtell, C. F. Schad, W. T. Wil- '. "Allow me to say that I would not I! for the Watson, Parker & Reese Co., OVERCOATis
'1. liams. C. J. Levy, S. A. Johnson C. deceive any one Into the business un-,!and was standing on a staging on the
I S. White, J. A. Gilmore and Victor Sheep husbandry In.West Florida advisedly, though it is .a great and .north side ot the building some dis-
Hoist, Jr. They were like a lot of and South Alabama is now attracting profitable business. Like other worthy tance above the roof of the adjoining
(schoolboys when discharged and fully much attention, and has. resulted in things it requires knowledge with persistent ..!building. In making a step the staging what you need. \\'e h..\ can
I j appreciated the freedom. which was one of the most successful and exten- 'attention to make it a success."I Iij tilted to one side, and to save him-
again theirs. sive breeders of Merino,heep in the I self from falling he leaped to the roof excellent line to sh'n" "vou

r f 4? south purchasing a large tract of land below a considerable distance,and wasso Or should desire an all-
?x l : s jn I near Florala for this industry. William badly injured that he was taken you
Archer, of Statesville N.. C., who ij SAGE LEAVES. .to his home, where he is now confined round service coat, w"c can nt

[ DeFUNIAK.j ] has followed the,occupation( sheep to his bed.STEAM'ER. you with one of our

husbandry and wool growing in vari- I 1 I I
1 ous states, has invested in a 720-acre S Dec(a I to The Journal. 1
..CfI tract of land northeast of Florala Brent, Dec. 8.-A\e had sprinklesof i SUN
j j Special to The. Js-ms!. where he proposes to graze 1,000 sheepas rain both Wednesday and Thurs,
I DeFuniak, Dec. 8-The Misses McDonald
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uCopyright,1906 a beginning to what he hopes to day. Up to this time it wag warm i
from Svca and Bagdad, were HANDSOMECRAVENEiTS
jat I home Sunday to attend the funeralof make one of the largest sheep ranchesin and Spring-like. I saw a fine looking II AT NATCHEZ
the south. snake out in full dress parade.
their cousin Melville McDonald.
Mr. Archer was recently in Pensa- Friday the north wInd dealt us a I
On account of the large number of
cola and was.enthusiastic over the op- heavy blow and downed the mercury,I -
pupils in the department of
primary portunities offered by this section for to winter level. :
a VESSEL WHICH IS TO PLY OUT OF
B.
Kgppenbeimer & Ca. Chicago the high school it is to be divided and
this industry and when asked for his The woods pasture ponds are again(:
Miss Delle Williamson, of Laurel Hill,
will have charge of one portion of the experience in the business which covered dry and we have to draw water from I PENSACOLA IS ON VOY-,
new division.Mr. nearly fifty years;said: the well for all of our stock. I
"I have been in every state In the The green squares of t-iopton's AGE HERE.
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Homer McLeanxand sister also
REPOSSESSING is the, word, south and within the past eight weeks model farm present a beautiful picturenow. i
Miss Kate McLeod of Montgomery Call in and let show
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carefully looked over South Alabamaand early all planted since the i you
accompanied the remains of Melville ,
of West Florida 'and I must great storm. the elegant style perfect \;
descriptive the' McDonald to this place Saturday. ,
ROLAND.It's repeat what I have always said that They find a splendid market for I The freight and passenger steamer
their the former
During stay two were the whole south is more or less adap- their greens, onions, radishes turnips, ,Sun, which was recently purchased by and splendid construction oi
guests of Mr and Mrs W. L. McDon 1 I
a winter coat suitable ted to the industry than other sections etc. The hurricane marketed their Capt. Jirhmie Rouse at Memphis, is on these garments .
anytime ald.One and I believe that there is a fine early planting of cabbage; and the voyage down the Missisippi for
of the twins of Mr. and Mrs.
bright future in store for the busi- the cut worms are handling the later.1 Pensacola. The steamer left Mem- The prices are very reasonable -
or E. H. Miller is ill at their homeon
any place. Modesty, :Main street.very ness. plantings for home consumption. phis a few days since and yesterday ranging from $12.50to
"As to the breed of sheep that will The Spencer family have all dispersed I morning passed Greenville. Last nightat ,
gentility, refinement and here Charlie McLeod of Milligan visited' thrive best I believe that it will prove from their Brent farm The 6 o'clock she touched at Natchez $25.
Sunday.
advisable to cross the sheep now majority have gone north to be frozen and remained there during the night.
service have Several DeFuniak people attendedthe roaming, the fields :with blooded ani- over while Carl made for the sunny I I A telegram to this effect was received ,
been funeral of D. L Anderson at Eu-
tailored into mals brought here. A general introduction side of the great frost line. "Grandpa" I in the city by the father of the captain I
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chee Valley cemetery Thursday.Mr. of northern sheep would prove toot refuge from all the cares of life, I and owner of the steamer and it
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this coat, as well as into Bloxham. Bush Campbell is now night has operator resumed and hisformeI' diastrous I will bring south the fin- in the Cloptonla cemetery. also stated that the vessel will proceed \Watson Parker
est breed of Merinos which are also Pensacola seems to be outgrowingits down the river this morning. ,
position. good mutton sheep: Of course wool I last season's clothes. The pupilsare It is expected that the San will
every garment made by The home Mr. Jule Marianna.Wilson .has returned to his will be the first consideration, and the crowding Into school Xo 40, on reach Pensacola some time during
mutton product will follow Besides East Hill so that many have to be this week and will soon start on her
House of Kuppenheimer.We're Messrs. K. R. Paderick Arch :Mc- I this the Merino has proved itself the seated on the floor and others sent run between Pensacola and Milton and &
Sween and Dan
McCaskill were up most healthy under all, and especially home for want of standing room. I I points up the' Blaekwater.SLEEP .
from Pensacola Sunday circulating
adverse conditions but I would not _. ,
fortunatein among their numerous DeFuniak
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friends. be selfish and discourage anyone
whose idea is to breed the coarse wool Reese Company
having this famous make to sbeep. Any kind of an improved I
sheep, however is far better than

show you-and will gladly these"What wild improvement ones" will your l\1e-1 I "EVERYTHING TO WEAR"

rino sheep make on these common
share our good fortune with sheep r* was asked. ,
"They will increase the first cross I
KNOWLES BROS.
twenty per cent and fifty to- one hun-
you. dred per cent will result from breeding Did you, sleepless one, ever try a dish of Grape-Nuts

to our good ones" he replied., and Cream just before bed-time? Insurance.
"That is, the offspring of those now
weighing 75 pounds should weigh 90 Surely you never did or you wouldn't' train with the FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT. MARINE

pounds which at the low price of 3 "sleepless squad." General Agents of
cents per pound -would be $%.00 as
compared with $%75 each and for wool The EquitableLIFE

H. 0. ANSON $1.00 each as compared with $175 ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF NEW

I each or to the people own say 150,000 IT'S A BAD PRACTICE to load up the stomach with a promiscuous variety YORK.
sheep along above the gulf an Increaseof
Let us sell you a $150,000 a year. This is no greaterI of rich, indigestible food at night because It "tastes' good.! 503 South Palafox Street.CAFF .

i I improvement than we made on the STRENGTH WITHOUT BULK is a requirement of an ideal food for
BABCOCK ORCOLUMBIA I Mexican sheen of the southwest
CASH CLOTHIER the last bite before going to bed. The food that is concentrated so thata a c3glgcQx.7x
| which has in its turn developed into plL Fittitgl a':
BUGGY, I the great pastoral flecKs of the whole sufficient amount for all purposes will not distend ,the stomach; the food

with Ball Bearing Axles! fully Rocky Mountain region. that is practically predigested so the organs can, without undue effort, I :
CORNER PALAFOX AND MAIN guaranteed. I Mr. Archer in your opinion, would absorb it wholly; the food, that contains the tissue.repairing and energy-

I the development of this sheep Industry making elements from clean field grains-that contains, the. Phosphate of

Reduces Draft One-Half I ton among industry us In retard the south or limit* asked the cot the' Potash which combines, by vital process with Albumen to repair the gray i HNP( AREl !

. t. ReasonCome !reporter.It matter in brain and: nerve centresthat'sGrapeNuts

will do neither, but on the con- 1.
In and talk it over with us. I trary will promote it If properly man- 81.2 S. Pataiax buti-bp.Uir*. n jr
: aced Without explaining in detail B .
{ i iln an experiment with two acres of M Open 7a.m.to9p.m.q
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I cotton on my farm at Statesville N.
I IC, I made two bales of cotton grow p OUR SPECIALTIES: &

where but one grew the year before II Business' Men's Dinner, 12 to I 5
l with the use of strong sheep manure 1& 230.. 50 cents. -
[distributed along in the rows as: we M Theatre Parties regular board- fe
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Subscribe for the Journal It will I I I bedded down in which to plant th? n ; ers and Meal Tickets. ff
THE BIG STORE. ?
I (cotton. This can be done t>v any farmer 'Jij PHONE 1530.
Palafox and Intendencla.. who TRY A DISH-about four heaping teaspoonfuls with cream or milk -
I will keep and care for sheep" .
be delivered to door for 1 lOc I i i and carefully use the fertilizing elements rod a little sueai if desired eaten slowly before retiring If you're hungry S The neatest cleanest and best K
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In town in which to Cd011I"
place
your how well
., .. I to be had from them. I regard and dote you sleep and bow fresh you feel in the morning."There's meals f-
-elf>> [ this as a very important matter i i x; Come once; we will trust you to f
[week I I,to be taken up by the people of this i 1. .k come again. i'1D '
I new country before the lands are ex J a Reason. .J'Ir.. .dW.
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/ Florida Republicans Meet 5 S 1:

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!any Answers to Puzzles London, England. t
Dear Cousin Charley;. "-
Since 1 last wrote you we bave visited ,
Received and Nearly All both Scotland _and Ireland aad are going BELIEVED THAT SHIELDS WARREN
O to leave tomorrow for the Continent.
man OF APALACHICOLA, WILL ,
Were Correct. Of course we >had to go over to Irelandby .
boat, which was only a short voyage S BE SUCCESSOR TO HON. W. G. ;
and when we landed the sea breezes
had given us all the biggest kind of appetites ROBINSON IN THE LAND OFFICE : t ,
so we went into a litjje restaurant I r
'ThE JOURNAL'S PUZZLE DOL- to order a lunch A waiter came ? AT GAINESVILLE-OTHER MAT- l
up and we ordered some soup It was TERS CONSIDERED.A .
TAR THIS WEEK AWARDED TO j potato soup. When we finished that Pop 's
3, asked the waiter _what rise_ he had. He .1 .
said boned baked special dispatch from Gainesville
potatoes; potatoes,
Mss.! MABEL RICHIE 724 EAST a. r
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fried potatoes. mashed potatoes, potato i to the Jacksonville Times-Union
chips. and potato stew. We told him J says:
C-iASE: STREET-BOX OF CANDY we weren't hungry and asked him what
There is 1
a significance
he had for dessert; he said potato pie. surrounding '
COES TO OWELIA ROSASCO, OF Well that settled It, so we went out to the meeting of certain prominent
another restaurant and got a square Florida Republicans at the Windsor t "
FINEWOOD. meaL r hotel in Jacksonville on Monday
,
We made a trip out to Blarney Castle S
which means a great deal, because it
1 the ancestral seat of the first great t
W }, hotair merchants. You know there Is mean the giving: out of some fat political
'T- 'little girls are the victors this Is S a stone in the Cackle called the Blarney Jobs which are now held in the
Stone that people go there to kiss The of the hand of
> and the "puzzle dollar, which PS. women say that to kiss it will even make palm the great Florida 'F
coveted than any other dollar you more beautiful than eating chicken r ; Republican organization. At that
r ined, goes to Miss Mabel gizzards, but trio! trouble-is the stone is meeting among others were leaders '
number 724 East Chase street. way up in the top of the Castle on the of the Republican party in Florida* '
outside and you hare tobe let down ,r' t1
x of Huyler's candy will go outa over the edge by 'yombftls to kiss it. S leaders who have guided the party
to Miss Owelia Rosasco, Pine- The ladies found this so inconvenient with a sturdy and safe hand, and
Fla.as I that a seat was rigged up and they were iJ' 2 O} kept the pi stige of Republicanismup
.- an evident fact that the puz- C tT7r 1'n f170'OLD let down over the edge oft a rope. Oee! ?d4111'1'I to a high standard. Among these
I r41Ya It's pretty scary to be let down by your
''t rimy changed in force last week, hlp s'ts S'TLZ' heelsjust to kiss! an old rock but we all ,. were Hon. Henry S. Chubb of this
tat fln6 old dollar for Christmas did it for that's what we came there city, receiver of the United States
15t for. We saw Tots of familiar face in land office ,
II is too bad that every one of and chairman of the state ; i
uzzlerB could not hate. won it, but Ireland.them but I the don't faces mean were we familiar knew rry:. .vertheless. of- central Republican executive commit. ,,
-'. if been divided up in very tiny Every one had some relate, in tee, a power in the party, whose influence .
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it would hardly have gone America and they would ask us if we t bends a straw; Hon. J. N. t
/ knew them. r rp Coombs, of Apalachicola. member oC
and-to say nothing of the box of : ,
We only fitted two cities In Scotland. f
:ady which perhaps might have af- Edinburgh and Glasgow. Soon alter we the national Republican committee, '
,,ded a "taste" apiece to the big ar- reached Edinburgh Dorothy and I aad and it is said Hon. Matt B. MacFar. S
, who carried all before it. But Spots went out for a walk and to seethe lane, of Tampa, collector of customs -
, r mind there are three more trialsre town. We hadn't more than started for that port, a prominent Republican '
,when we saw a teller coming: down the }=mss -
Christmas. street and he had on a little short skirt t whom it is said "stands higher" -In
-.:Pry week there are several new that just came to his knees and a little the party in Florida than his high 1 t
nits to the puzzle army, and if cap with a feather. in it and stockIngs silk hat in tire last gubernatorial '
that came half way up Ms legs, r
keep coming, it will surely be leaving his knees bare. Dorothy said campaign. "
I nere were very few incorrect an- wearing dresses," but the funniest thing, w there was a caucus as to the appoint
he had whiskers. We didn't know what ments to various vacancies In the
x(ITS and it seems that each week ,
&. to make of It until we went home and l
number of mistakes in the United States land office, caused by
Ie cou- __ told papa and he said that it wasn't a ll.
'ns decrease. This goes to prove 5 boy, but a man, and he was a Scotch Vf the death of Register Walter G. ll.l;
_11 the old saying, "practice makes A Highlander and that was his national Robinson a few weeks ago. While

-:tect'" is a true one, but there are : costume.Scotland has awfully pretty' scenery, nothing authentic can be stated it h* l
} many children who admire "old] and we saw some mighty/ pretty old Cos"r.;t .. said of good authority that Col Chubb ti
;rings," for they are usually about tles, one where poor Mary Queen of has been so efficient in the dis-
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j gs which a child hates most to ec Scots, lived and we passed'many historic -, ;t & + charge of his obligations! with tho
;-4 or instance, that "little children 0 and battle-fields his clansmen waere megh the t Black and died.Douglas '- powers that be," that the party I ti
n:i:j. oe) seen and not heard," and Well, we are 'going to France next thought it wise and Just to advance ,
-t; -> the rod and spoil the child"r1 : 't ZPly s -ZZ'iIL 7.HC 'mCl1 4L week, and won't we have a time trying .. ,.. him a notch or two, and that he will : E i.
to talk to them. You know they don'ttalk Y. ..,
r1: ; receive the appointment of
things offensive. register.
equally as i .Z2E'zlz4: zz n Ae xj 'vli : .zA.L.z aP American. Mama and Mrs. Dean
tuzzle editor thinks that little I Ip7' have been studying> up and can ask for .; -. vice Hon. W. G. Robinson, deceased. t
it have a right to be heard .. .z 6 a cup of coffee la the finest kind of Pa; Those people who are in a position ; ;
': _.: as well as their elders,occa.1 I risian. Will write from -Paris. ; to know state that Shields Warren of t
!!:.s ,"..d king Solomon, although hea. I Yours, HARRY. Apalachicola, will succeed Col. Chubbas
, i- wise, should not have ad- receiver. :Mr. Warren is probably ; J .
'-. : itch a frequent use of the rod, To the Boy or Girl Whose Name Is Drawn From the Correct Answers Received At This Office' By Next -Thursday Night, The Journal Will the youngest republican of prominence < J,
d ". -iften it is the big people who in Florida being scarcely thirty years : t
.' instead of the little ones.. Give a Silver Dollar. of age. He has been In Apalachicola j j

The Correct Answers. connected in a prominent way with, r: 1 '; 4T .

\" 1 London. The Boy or Girl Whose Answer Is Drawn Second Will Be Given Box of Huyler's Candy When Called For at D'Alemberte's Pharmacy.Young the business of that and city, commercial for several years.Interests '
'" > Thames. r
-\"; ? Westminster Abbey. A and is regarded as not only one or:1. :T ;

\" Liverpool.Sheffield. city; Annie S. Henrickson, ham White,t city; Laura England, city; don Solomon, Marianna, Fla.; Francis I bard Foreman, city; Ed Swaine, city; Suggs city; Lillian Suggs, city; Elsie the most of efficient business men bt tone ; ,.
\11 ".-, city; Oscar B. Henrickson, city; Bern- Beatrice Geri, city; Esperidion Bor- Mary Keating, Montgomery, Ala.; Lucy Swaine, city; Jas. S. Riera, city; Burnes, city; Elizabeth Aiken, city; the most affable and smoothest '
\"' ';-Dover hardenia Henrickson, city; Mildred ras, city; Robert Daniels, city; Otto Eula May Stuckey, city; Lily E. De- Clinton, Reiley, Big Bayou; Cornelia Tom Mooney, city Irwin politicians on record for his age '' \ t nfil II
; Morgan He is
v? > Oxford. Chesser, city; Mary Louise Gabel, Reinhardt city; Shlelagh O'Donnovan, oBnford, city; Max. J. Heinberg, Jr., Schmitz, city; Frank Bond city; Joe recommended by competent sad }
:.. '- \\ ales. city; Mary Stokes, city; Barbara city; Lenora Faggioni, city; Mamie city; Jack Salvant Ritchie, city; Clarence Gray, Jr. Bagdad, Fla.; Geo. W. Stone, city; Margaret Mary Pons, city; Arthur well informed authority as a ircsC: 'I i. : t
Correct Answers Received. Boardman, city; Dennis Egan, Nash Colley, city; Nena Souder, Delta, Fla.; Stokes, city; Kathleen Stokes, city; Prudence HarrelL city; George Johnson, city; Vivian Mary Pons efficient man and is vert popnl!11' In .' -
(r'i mswers were received from ville, Tenn.; Minnie Vennlllion, city; I Marjorie McLean, city; Lizzie Jones, city; John Olsen, city; Harvey Bay Lamar, Quincy, Fla.; Anegla Scarritt, city; Manuel Johnson, city; Wm. John- bis home town, being a lieutenant !n t t 1
-' :.. :wing girls and boys: Mabel Clara Geri, city; Theo. Hernandez, city; Clinton McConnell, city; Ethel liss, city; Elizabeth Davis, city; SusieM. Big Bayou; Lillian Reiley, Big Bayou; son, city; Lettie Martin, city; Ethel the Florida state troops, and an an r'
L' !1Y3 E. Chase street, Owelia city; Mamie Barbare city; Adelaide I Bayliss, city; John Christie, city; Katie Davis, Oak Feild, Fla.; Bessie Hen- Helen Stokes city; Garrett Allen Eyers city; Louisa Schiller, city; round good and useful citizen fiI?
-();).'''''''' Pinewood, Fla.; Charlie Col- Yniestra. city; Louis Withovski, city; I M. Hartman, city; Katie Alford, son, city; Nellie Glackmeyer, city; blanker, Indianapolis Ind.; Nellie Gladys Bell, city; Elmire Bell city; It is said that both gentlemen lad ; l r''t
7 S'i'\ B Danheisser, city; Annie Ethel Gilmore, city; Roy Courtney, r city; Norman Bazzell, city; Alberta Carey Stewart, Milton. Fla.; Sammie Wood, city; Mary Lou Chisolm, city; Alice P. Pilchard, city; Jack Shuttle- the unanimous indorsement of tro ; r

crr.\ *arrabelle, Fla.] ; Florida Wal- city; Clara Stokes city; Carrie Ynies- Krowl, city; Monroe Campbell, Jr., I I Stewart, Milton, Fla.; Ruth E. Gentry, Kathleen McKinnon, McKinnonvllle, worth Jr. city; Malsome R. Fell, and Republican: that the organization in Florida .; I' I

n' ""In Jessie Condon, city; Meyer tra, city; Ethel Wilkinson, city; Gra- city; Willie M. McArthur, city; Lid- Milton, Fla.; C. J. Heinberg, city; Her- Fla.; Bertha Gagnet city; W. Effie (Continued on Sixteenth Page.) follow In a day appointment or two. is sure t
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THE CASE OF MRS. HELEN WILMANS POST: :tTI'r.r J (!





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T:. following is a brief history of walk, according to Mrs. Wilmans, but by, they built themselves a ''magnificent the most remarkable cures that the were present, but the postoffice authorities where the evidence was secured in a joy that you have never known. ::
, case of the United States vs. Hel- she baffled even death. In her book, costly home, beautified the place,I I world has known. and the fraud order was this manner came in the government's "When .t! t
: Wilmans Post and a short story "The Conquest of Death," she declares building roads, streets, putting up Money came pouring in. One entry made permanent.The I I I possession. you write me please alb' I
her remarkable life: that her powers are superiorto dwellings, a college and a convention in Mrs. \\ lmans' books showed that government secured possessionof Scores of women wishing to cure dress your letters to 'Freedom; and '-' ;
Mrs. Helen Wllmans, who Is the the grim old "reaper" and that hall, etc., until they had an Investment I I in 1897 the amounts jumped from an almost all of Mrs. Wilmans' pri- husbands, brothers and relatives of make out all money orders to same. ;.
*- of Col. C C. Post, and lives at thousands who have "thought con- of nearly a million. All of this I average of $900 a month to more than vate correspondence, books, etc, prepared the drink habit unknown to the "pa Your friend I d
:." :freeze, Fla., and according to coni3i -: nection" with her and have the right money was gained in the last ten or II i I $3,000, which she quaintly noted at to reveal one of the biggestand tients" sent money, as did relativesof "IIELElL1IAXS '
ons of the postoffice department,' faith can live forever. twelve years from "patients" who I I the time, "This is pretty good busH most prolific frauds in the United opium and morphine fiends. In "Dear per J. :.. 1t r I'J,
i2<: the head of one of the most At Beautiful Seabreeze. received "absent treatment." Mrs. ness." i States. The government did not attack such cases Mrs Wilmans announcedthat Friend:-Do not despise the ; .t

,U;"'.,Me frauds ever operated in I Seabreeze is a beautiful little townon Wilmans made the "thought connec Her Handsome Home. I the "Mental Science" as a she could act through another day of small things. Any little improvement < ,.,. J i 1,

- t. nca; a scheme which had the, a peninsula between the Atlantic tion" and her patients paid for It. She built a magnificent home at I science, but worked to prove that person so.as to effect a cure. means a great deal It ..;. ; '
:J!'T> world for its field, and had ocean and the Halifax river, 110 miles Very Simple Method. Seabreeze for herself and family,and I Helen Wilmans's one aim was to secure i| Some of the "Healer's" Letters. you will only keep your thoughts con 'r j;.
ifoos'; :t more than a million dollars''' south of Jacksonville. The strip of Her mode of business was very sin made many other improvements, cost- i money, and that the imagination I II I I The government has also.in its possession joined to mine and receive daily the :
to h'-r---an ever increasing golden land is a half mile in width and pIe. She first advertised in newspapers ing thousands of dollars. In her bus i I of her "patients"was the only thing a large number of letters supply of vitality that I send you fresH Y'
trMiri from those afflicted in mind i ian i thirty miles in length from north to and magazines in localities far,, iness she had a large number of I that might give them relief from the written from the "healer" to patients, from the Fountain of Infinite Life, r
i 1 ,dy. 'This money has made aI I south. from Florida as to her ability to cure clerks, and all were kept replying to I thousand and one ills that they asked which are quite remarkable in many you will recover your sight Never _
spoI" Florida's wilderness bloom like i About it is a glamour of the olden all disease such as consumption I I "patients1" letters. her to cure. cases for their composition and style. be discouraged because jour improve _
a .. ::1' kept garden and created a I times-the historic deeds of the fanatic heart disease and all the other ills, Including The postoffice authorities in the I $8,000 a Month. II I 1 I The government contended that Mrs. ment is, 1- .
for hat is one of the prettiest in cruel Spaniards! ; the colonizingof blindness, deafness, etc. Not early part of 1901 took cognizance of I The letters and Information derived Wilmans seldom, if ever, answeredany -HELEN WILMAXS, per J." u' 1'
*thf' itole! state. homesick Huguenots and their Indian only this, but even poverty could be:!|I her work, and W. E. Cochran chief I I outside showed that the business had of the letters or even read them, "Dear Friend:-There is no doubt i J
*Wllmans was the high pries- allies, and the battle which, resulting eradicated. A person writing for In- : inspector at Washington, secured an I I i been most profitable, especially for that she opened the letters, extracted that my silent spoken words of truth ,
f* "f th,. Mental Scientists in thisfI1Un1 in the defeat of the Spaniards, formation would be told her termsof ; abundance of data regarding her I I the four years just previoas to her the money, marked the amounton is doing its work.: The condition ri' ]
':\-. snow members Include many brought to light a story of romance treatment-from $3 to $5 a week claims.: Paul E. Williams, inspector i iI' ;arrest, the receipts having been from the envelopes and then turned are being overcome, as shown In the f:
*.r:?" ,t minded persons who are un- and heroism between a French nobleman and $5 to $10 a month. Following'' in charge, of Chattanooga was directed $5,000 to $8,000 a month, and some- them over to her clerks for replies. influx of the light In the eyes. When '.
S.l:nsh'M'] "','kin? the light of truth and an Indian princess which the first payment they received a I to take up the matter. Fred D. times more. The clerks had several: set forms light breaks into your consciousness S i t:'
131' who urnbably regarded her as a has survived all the stirring eventsof long printed circular with minute I I' Peer, postal inspector, then took Letters were received from all partsof which they used all the time varying you will come clear and bright in proportion ,

tam lID of i rare and unusual power. the last four centuries. directions. I charge, and in a short time, by vigorous the United States, Canada, British them as the occasion required, con- to belief and self. The mind f, I If
Tn, '. therr are those, it is said, who Mrs. Wilmans'l, am the Power," :Mrs. Wilmans, it seems, had an!i work he secured a wonderful lot Columbia, England, South Africa, triving, it would seem, to be as blindas is master over conditions Your !- J
L '! neon healed through her gifts as she calls herelf-was first heardof "ideal brain," and she was so full of of evidence showing the alleged fraud- Australia, Ireland, Germany -and- possible in replying] to the patient's friend, -; 3
it wm willing to "give testimony in Chicago about twenty years vigorous life and health that the ulent character of her work. France. Almost every part of the Inquiries and statements. Here area "HELEN \fAXS, per J," k
t J (|. favor but the cold fact was ago. She is now 75 years of age, "overflow from her was sufficient to She Is Arrested.A world paid tribute to her great "ideal few which show the general char.i i I Some Other Letters. 1
t4,' ih.> /government officials stopped rather large and fleshy, full of nerv- cure all that simply believed in her. report was made, and on August brain." One man of sixty wanted a acter: 1 j'' "Dear Friend-The sleepy, drowsy- _
i j'r 1 fuil on a fraud order, and she, ous energy, with a shrewd face, somewhat "Patients' were directed, in order to 24,1901,Mrs. Wilmans was arrested as new set of teeth. An old maid wanted "Dear Friend:-I feel my power In' feeling is all right Your system la. f : l
|,r husband and her brother-in-law talkative, but always able to make a "union of thought," to hie also were her husband. Col. C. C. Post, a new head of hair. A man in the mental realm and speak the getting a rest from it that will do r :- j <.
*' Indicted, first in 1901. guard her lips front giving away se-i!themselves to some quiet spot at a and her son-in-law, Charles F. Berg : northern New York wrote that one leg: words of the heroine of Rider Haggard's you good. The change In your COB. i f;
h. is in 1 taken to Jackson- I was shorter than the other, and he 'She, I am She who must be -
a remarkable woman crets. designated time, divest their mind of man. They were dition has been gradual and slow for t
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t':nv ways. and so great was the In 1856 she married Dr. J. C. Bakerin all cares in the world and center ville and arranged before the United paid $12 for Helen Wilmana help to.' obeyed, to the diseased condition of it takes time for the new to set asU f <
1'O.f".d: i power that she could once California, but later on was divorced their thoughts upon Mrs. Wllmans at States commissioner who held themin 'I make the short leg grow equal in my patients, whom I love with all the old and build itself structurally [ r
*X|' "r 'flat' no less a person than the I! Years later, she married i her home in Seabreeze. $5,000 bail each for trial at the December I' length to the other. the tenderness of a mother for her into your body. My thought will '.
The children and they take
wverur_ of the at CoL C. C Post It not The government issued government secured Important effect.. Complete ft
state appeared then engaged in Journalism I was even necessary that they term. sustain you and Impart to you a feel 4' -
connection with
it-L"rn t:: igton when the case against in Chicago. About 1889 or ,, should know her.- All they had to do I a fraud order on September SO. of I evidence against Mrs. Wilmans!' my thought by ing of upliftm nt-a willingness ?o d
I the preliminary hearing. 1S90, they left Chicago and traveled was to try to think that she was sending I the same year, stopping all mail to I through Edward O. Overbeck a Cin-'relying i' upon me perfectly. Your wait for the precious Principle of Ufa :.t 4 5
r.J' friend, '
;?. postoffice officials worked south settling in different parts of out powerful waves of helpfulnessa Helen] Wilmans.Mrs. I cinnati lawyer, who wrote to be curedof : "HELEN to clothe you in garments of perfect "f.
c>ingly and intelligently and Georgia, where Mrs. Post began her sort of wireless telegraphy of WUmans declared that the government consumption. She'agreed to give WILMANS. per J" health and restore your sight to you. <'( '
!!t) f ht, among other things evidence "mental science" In 1893 they were health, so to speak-which would fill was persecuting her, and she I him "thought connection" at certain; "Dear Friend:-Many: thanks for My strong, determined healxUuihope. ?-
IFS>u kit !!i:ad not Freedom, for aid from the and other witnesses. stationedat Look to me with a quiet trust and ; 1-1fuI
only found perpetual strange to say, not soliciting any sons. newspaper. i awaken your hopes and courage and 4r ,
'mi also] the business all attended There She had powerful influence i iI Seabreeze at the same time found[there will come to you a vitalizing
tn healing well that local patients being were thousands of "pa- faithfuL I' rekindle your faith aDd desires. Start t
ti,f new life to the sick and dis- to by the "absent treatment." tients," and among some of them,I to work for her, as at the hearing i that when she should have been giv,j stream of life., and you will feel oh, the wheel of organization forward and< 1 Mt

-'It Atlanta becoming unfavorable, they naturally, the imagination must have i Washington over the fraud order Con-I lug this particular case treatment she so good! I bring to your mind the re-establish and restore every fans:, : i if
, fly I the blind Florida I riot for Mrs Davis and Senator Mallory, was away fishing or entertaining I l sweet consciousness of your oneness
would be made to moved to purchasing a large run Wilmans produceda gressman 1
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HAND WE ARE READY 2 2 Wealth and Great Possibilities "' .


Be Ex-
of Alaska to
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+ .. plotted at' Seattle.By PresidisL Ylae-Prot f Gen'l Manager. Secrelarj.

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: : The Suit that we will sell you today be one irj, which WiBis Brindley. Treasurer. -".;, ,- ," Citj Manager.

2 There is in ; Seattle, Dec.: 8.":'The announcementthat I
". : ':: we place 1 implicit confidence. no room this store : in 1909 an, exposition of International .

i score be held in Seattle
I :i: for a thing we cannot depend uPon. Every garment from i + Washington,will primarily to exploit!

I the resources: oL;Alaska, has brought n Suburban
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: | White & Nix will tell exactly what we think is important. 2 I the Northland into surprising prominence How About an Investment in Property?

2 22 I in the United States. For
> :1 i t. And in every pair of shoulders, each hand-shaped lapel ii I while Americans should -be interest
f : i I ed' in the district'to' the north which

ii iiI i: each felled seam, there win be the evidence. Everything i is .1 i!'I I lea large comprises the as fact the'Unlted.&;remains territory. States that one. of-sixth Amer-1 as We Own 2300 Lots in East Pensacola.


: important, collar to hem. + : they have looked upon the country

+ rather as a treasure-bouse to' be pillaged "'
of its wealth than a virgin' soil _W'...W'c...

H Suits$1Oto$40 it fit and waiting for tremenduous development -

I I The Alaska.Yukon,Pacific Exposition !
which has been auspiciously This addition to Pensacola has over one and one-half


H WHITE & NIX i II 'I started 000 Seattle worth, by has of the several stock subscription by oOiecis the citizens:of to$650-correct of-I J I! miles of water front on Pensacola Bay and Bayou Texan It is


".. I I M iI ka is the a popular land impression of ice and that Alas-I the coming residence section of the best people.

Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back. 2 demonstrate: that the Yukon
I has other wealth than gold, to
Phone 790 29 S. Palafox St. together the shores of the Pacific in I
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We J,000 acres west the
trade, and to tell the people of AmerIca are owners over .

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derfully rich is the Pacific Northwest city between Big Bayou and Bayou.
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Not cordially Received.The i
people cf the United States in

SEVERELY CRITICISES BANK DIRECTORS welcome 1S67 gave as Alaska a mother about robin as accords cordials a Also several hundred acre's north of the city between

cow.bird's egg which has been planted .-
I" WERE LYNCHED in her nest against her. will The Pensacola and ,Goulding. We control the West Pensacola
metaphor cannot be carried further;
FOOTBALL CONTESTS for while the cow bird hatched from I Land Company (Pettersen addition) and the South Pensa-
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the egg in the robin's nest is ever an

exasperation, Alaska speedily proved
HUNGARIANS PROVIDE NEW
there was as much slugging as was I her right to a place in the nest and cola Land Company.

New Rules a Success, But] ever seen in an old style game, but I METHOD OF DEALING WITH has since paid for herself many times
i over. What the people thought a

: Strong Tendency to Re- I happened there was in only the Princeton-West one penalty. What Point DEFAULTERS.Special I:goose cow-bird of appears the kind to we have read about been In a Money invested now. in lots in East Pensacola or in the

'game well-known, and there were I 'childhood, which laid every day a golden '
turn to Mass Plays. i iI some things in the PrincetonYalegame to The Journal 'I egg. In the story, you recall the West Pensacola Land Company addition, or in acreage
I II i Vienna, Dec. 8.-Two directors of a i greedy owner slayed the bird to get

AS MUCH SLUGGING IN. PRINCE.I' .ports. that Princeton did not practically appear in lost the that re I II I in savings Hungary bank the were other lynched,at Llget I all of speech her eggs fails at again onc .; for So the the Alaska figure suburban property, will give you handsome profits in the

day thereby
game because it was caught holding goose still lays her golden eggs. '
'TON.CORNELL GAMES AS EVER in the line and penalized for an offense providing a new method of There are two theories to accountfor near future. t
I much to be deplored when detected with defaulting or careless: bank di-I I the purchase of Alaska, ,then
SEEN IN OLD STYLE GAME- but a subject of quiet congrat- rectors. known as Russian America from
ulation when undetected it succeeds. The bank which had not been in existence -I Russia. One is that Wm. II. Seward, .
FRANCIS BANGS, OF COLUMBIA, One of the results of the Princeton- very long, was obliged to then secretary of state, appreciatedwhat 4 $ I
Yale has been demand for close its doors owing to mismanagement 1
game a I
'TALKS"OF THE REFORMED I I a bargatn was offered for $7.-j
more officials so mat foul playing I and the depositors, chiefly Rou-
200,000, and the other is that the purchase -\
GAME. should be better detected and punished I manian peasants of, the vicinity, decided was made for the sake of relieving "Walk in and Talk it Over With USfI
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; In other ,words foul play is to at a creditors meeting to be s Russia,< which had' been ,
be stopped, not through the honor of I revenged upon the persons friendly to the United States in the I
SaecUl to The Journal the coaches and the players, but by I ble. responsl'l civil war which was but recently e
increasing the staff of football police- t:, The managing director closed, of a very troublesome burden.
New York, Dec 8 -Francis S. but the i iI
escape depositors caught Either hold but In the J
theory
Uan ,', a member of the board of trustees men.On Peteru and Josef may
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$ the relation of the player to I I Szurdu the two opinion of many statesmen of the day
at Columbia and chairman! cf the the uui"ersitnothing has been ac>'other members of the board as they l. )ter is
i I tat least, the \ the more. ,log.
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C9mmittee on athletics in a signed cornpished) this year \Ve read that'I I fled through the streets, and clubbed ical. '

statement se\erly rnticisps the recent in anticipation of the game with Cornell -, them to, death with cudgels. An investigation I In the course of the treaty debate, I Co.I I
the Pennsylvania team has gone by the, authorities now I I
contests between Yale and Princeton, but it almost General Benjamin F. Butler of Massachusetts -
to Winslow Junction for a week; that proceeding appears impossible I Pensacola Investment
and Corn Stating that 'in football thundered his disapproval in
in anticipation of the game with | to induce any of those inter- I the following words: "If we are to
the need of reformation has been Princeton and afterwards the Yale! (csted to testify against..the directors
Russia's this
her ( ) friendship
three-fold ((1) in the rules of the game; team took several days of recreationon recreant'to. their trust. I I pay
amount, I desire to gi e .her the $7,
4"the( ) conduct of the placers on the the Hudson, and that in I
anticipation -
200,000 and let her keep Alaska. I
field. and (3)::) the relation" of the player I of of the game with Yale the Harvard Send in your orders now! have no doubt that at any time with- No.1 1 N. Palafox St., Under Methodist Church.
to the university, Mr Bangs goes t team took a week near New
.i. on to say: "The reused rules have London Are these players studentsor for extra copies of The Jour j in have the had last Alaska twenty for years the we asking could-I

had nearly one season of experiment gladiators paid for their services nal's big Christmas Edition have heard it so stated in the cab- -, '. -,.
with marked success, but among with special privileges? When the inets of two presidents-provided we ,: :H'___ L' :_ .:
those who are still infatuated with playing rules have been settled and and they will be set aside !
would have taken it as a gift. But
the old style of playing there is a football players on the field can conduct I --'
for 1'011.THE no man, except:one insane enough to
1 strong advocacy of a return to mass themselves like gallant gentlemen "
buy the earthquakes of St. Thomas or was ever extracted from Alaska.
plays! within the 25; yard line. The the vital which football I 4
point .n !
i BOTTOM.I the ice fields of Greenland, could be Butler and Washburn both men of
,\ idles are still on probation and it needs attention will then Temam OCEAN'S
forced to agree to any other terms national prominence led the fight Brighten Up the Furniture for ChristmasAny
remains to be seen what another section that is. to reconcile it with the academe country,"
I : for its acquisition to the against the measure, and were sup-I
: of the revisers will do. work which the players should be Two Vast \'alleys Traverse the Bed
ported by representative men of both
"In the conduct of tne )players on doing in their universities and which of the Atlantic. Sharp Criticism.
+ houses.: to them, however,,
the field there is plenty of room for any one who knows the facts knows: I The Atlantic ocean covers two vast Congressman Washburn of Wisconsin Opposed woman can apply our ready-mixed
Oharles Sumner and
Senator
Improvement. In the Princeton,Cornell I who sided with Butler in were to furniture. Wonderful how )little
that they are not doing and cannot valleys. One of these passes betweenthe oppos- Representative Nathaniel P. Banks, paints a
game recently played in this city do" ing the purchase quoted the Sacra-
I I islands and the Azores, of the senate and house I
Cape Verde mento Union which had said editor respectively paint brightens up things. 25 cents a can.
and it Is of great depth. It runs close committees on foreign affairs. Theses,
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ially concerning proposed treaty: were almost the only men of influence Shake or stir can before using. Apply with
up to Europe and comes to an end closeto "Persons well informed about Alaskaare
the British Isles where a ridge or ungrateful enough to hint that we who stood by the project, but brush. Good brush 25 cents.
: crest of land separates it from the I could have bought a much superior their influence and arguments told.
$ S. S. rURELY'E6tTAB( Both made strong speeches Banks'
: basin of the North sea. The otter valley I elephant in Siam or Bombay for on',- reminding the house that the objections Saunders Mill Company
runs in the ,mala parallel to the hundredth part of the money with to the purchase of Alaska were ,
i not one-thousandth part of the Fhar.9 717. 21 East Cantos Street,
firs, from which, it is separated by an
that forward
the same had been put I IA
; Not only is a medicine valuable for its ability to cure (]disease but the pense incurred in keeping the eX'1
of land, of which the Texas
when it to acquire
was proposed -
elongated strip
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way in which it affects the system is a very important factor.......When the Azores forms a supermarine continu in proper condition. and California; Sumner reviewingthe
system is infected with the germs of disease as in Rheumatism,,Catarrh, ation. This strip does not exceed adepth Washburn called the treaty"an out r whole situation in an elaborate 'ON4!.NN N100000N1NN00 .oN10i M..NN1//1114'
Scrofula, Sores and Ulcers, Skin Diseases, Contagious Blood Poison, etc., rage on the rights of the American! speech on the "Cession of Russian .i.ii eA
of feet while its height
9.ST.O ,
; people," and defied "any living mani I "
every particle of its recuperative strength is needed to assist in eliminating America 1
i I. amount to iv>60 feet Tie first valley, on the face of the earth to produce'
the poisons and impurities which are causing the trouble. It should not bet Sumner was as enthusiastic: over I One Third of
like its confrere, la also very deep, its evidence that of gold
an an ounce !
dose and treated with strong mineral mixtures and concoctions that further i.acquiring, : the territory as others''i
t bottom being situated at a depth of 1
add to the burden, by disagreeably affecting the bowels, producing indigestion *- I -- --- were strong in their opposition tot k
I or eating out the delicate linings and membranes of the stomach. The nearly Passing four along miles South below America the and surface.leaving I $100 REWA- D, .00. I'the" A purchase. of navigators -! i Your Life in Bed i
practical race intrepid
The readers of this p&Pf'rm be
t absolute vegetable purity of S. S. S. has always been one of the strongest
: the Bermudas to the left it passes pleased to learn that there Is at least ? will swarm the coast, ready :
in its favor and is of the for its the '
points one principal reasons being now
dreaded disease that science hasbeen
along Newfoundland and Labrador, one for any enterprises of business or 2 Since
i, most widely known and universally used blood medicine on the market fiually ending just south of Greenland. able to ('ureIn all its stages, and patriotism" he prophesied, with fine about a third of your life is spent ills $

i It is made entirely of healing purifying roots, herbs and barks of,the for- Th sub-Atlantic landscape thus con that the only is Catarrh.positive cure Halls now Catarrh known Cure to the is optimism. Commerce will find new''i i : bed, why not have the bed comfortable: t to

ests and fields These are selected for theit:well known curative properties, sists medical rratf'l'nity.3urrh be-ng: a ( arms, the country new defenders, the, all that's
of two vast
parallel valleys or and the
get good comfortable in J
and are known at the same time to possess the qualities to build tip and Ftituttonal disease require a national flag new bands to bear its
mountains. Farther north the land lies Catarrh I
Halls
tional treatment 2
f strengthen every part.of the system by their fiae tonic effect,fi.Net only is j, higher, and the sea Is, relatively epepkI taken internally:;acting!: directly upon'on-I aloft. < bed line here. j
$. S. S. the king of blood purifiers, but it is the one medicine that may be ,blood and mucous surfaces of the Senator Sumner in this speech 'suggested
I in;, shallow. Between Greenland and ddestroylrg the foundation of the I i! Iron Beds $2.5'O $4 \
taken with absolute safety by young or old. We guarantee it noninjuriousand the continent close to Iceland and the !thereby disease, and giving: the patient strength I American; the: name Alaska for Russian | $5 and up to $25.
offer a reward $1,000 for"proof that it contains a particle of mineral.in ''by building up the constitution and assisting -I
Woven Wire t
any form. S. S. S. is a safe and reliable treatment for Rheumatism Catarrh, f. channel Islands there Is i huge; plain ; nature in doIng Its work. The "As these extensive possessions, j; Springs, and Victor Spiral, $4.50,
free from any depression worthy. of proprietors have so much faith In its constituting a corner of the conti-
I Scrofula, Sores and Ulcers Skin Diseases, Contagions Blood Poison, and any t mention. It is quite clear that at one (!curam powers that they offer One Hun- nent, pass from the imperial govern- $ Felt Mattresses $6.50 to $15. *

r and all diseases arising from a poisoned or impure state of the blood. I time England was connected. to the to deed cure Dollars Send for for any list' of case testimonials that It fails ment of Russia they will naturally re- t Feather Pillows, $2, $3, $3.50 and $5: :
: It to the bottom of these troubles, trace of disease |
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goes very removes every continent-Scientific American.F I Address F. J. CHENET & CO. Toledo ceive a new name, be said. "They
J i enriches and b"ilds up the blood and permanently cures where mineral Ohio will clearly no longer be Russian- I
medicines fail. If you are suffering with any form of blood disease write for i -- Take Sold by HaUs all Druggists Family Tills iiic.for constipation. America. How shall they be called? j BUY USEFUL CHRISTMAS GIFTS. *

quo book on The Blood and ask for any medical advice you may desire; Xot Always What They Seem. Clearly any name borrowed from .. .
no charge for either. THE SWIFT SPECIHC CO., ATLANTA, GA., I Does the average fur buyer know classical history or from individual I *.
that the far eastern mink is simply a invention will be little better than a
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dyed marmot with the black stripes misnomer or nickname unworthy of':'i i1f1Af/lSTON & QUINA y 1
such an occasion. Even if taken from
painted in with a toothbrush? Does + .
WE SOLICIT YOUR our own history it will be in doubtful i
the buyer know that the low priced I taste. The name should come from | iOfi/UOS, Palafox St. Phone 149. Penwcola, Fla :
black lynx sets are nothing but com- the country itself. It should be Indigenous -1!. .

: A GOOD SIDEWALKd mon wildcats or Roumanian cats or LAUNDRY WORK aboriginal one of the auto-, .. ........ ...N..N............. l11N....e fe.ee
in :some cases soft Chinese wolf skin chrons of the soL Happily such a.:

Does be know that the white ermine On the basis of giving name exists, which is as proper in I States took military possession of her I(gain that Uncle Sam got lII'i!' ".
pillow muffs selling for a song are \ : sound as in origin., It appears from) new domain. The, house held up the I tlnue to grow for many ger :, :
d really weasels, and yellow weasels at i you perfect satisfaction. the report of Cook the illustrious appropriation for'payment x>f the purchase I Alaska cost! about two <'f ntc ,.
the most ordinary property. an appearance of substantial that since a white weasel commands J Once a customer of ours, navigator-that the cuphoneous names' price. 7JOO,000, however, for I,acre. She has produced tAt .
U value A poor one can ruin the effect of the handsomest almost as high a price as its dear relative now applied to the peninsula which' I I nearly a ,year so that payment was o: $100,000,000 worth of gold !b>, : '
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house and grounds. You don't'want any ragged I the ermine Then the cable lynx I always one. Let our is the continental link in the Aleutian! not made until July 14, 1868. put in 199 was flS.SRQW. TVceipU ,,
edges to your propertyi chain was the sole word There Is'a ti;'
I bundle. used originally tory that, a few days from Alaska revenues
i Among good sidewalks a well laid concrete one is easily scarfs and muffs that sell for a few wagon get your by the native islander when I) before William H. Seward'a been $10,833.0a-ftfty: per etc r:1l"..
best. Lasts longer, costs less for repairs and adds an air of I dollars are of course nothing but coney 1 j speaking of the American continent he was asked 'what he death'l than the cost of the territOry '!"

t.I solid dignity and worth. or bare while the cheaper caracal sets The Star Steam In general; which they knew perfectly most momentous measure In his busy I I total value of all furs produrd t.a
i We lay such sidewalks and back every one with our guar- I are simply kid astrakhan which Is well to be a great land. It only remains official! career. "The purchase of.' Alaska from 1870 to 1J06 pas> S.\
i antee. May we estimate on yours? something entirely different from cara that following these natives, Alaska," said the grand old states-.1'. 348.934. while fish production t..t.. /
t.1L1-e.s different Indeed as ordinary Laundry whose places are now ours, we, too, man, "but It wfll take the peoplea the year 1878 and 1M6 was I9f ,
Persian is from broadtail. The beau- shall call this great land Alaska." generation find it out." ,I| 000. Besides, there are mil CTKj .-

Pensacola Cement Stone Company, i I tifol imitation white fox: seta that appear 37 E. Garden St. Phon. 114 United The treaty States ceding Alaska to the The secretary was right both in!j'acres of lands available for fa'a-, '':Fe I.
also moufflon or Ja was signed March 30. Ills conclusion that the purchase of. and millions more covered wit \
i generally
are 18 7. was ratified by the senate on Alaska was his greatest official act[ finest timber And all of this
t S. J. Harvey, Manager. Telephone 1485. I! some cases combed. white tibet-Jfngeufs Pensacola, Fla. May; 28and on June 20 publicly proclaimed and in his prophesy that it would I I I Sam bought for ,200OvIJ) .rtbattleships. .'

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"I am sending you my photograph to show what New--; -, Paris, Dec 8.-It Is not often thata SALES : t

bro's Herpicide has done for me. ,.. baroness appears in court on the
Since I first tried Herpicide upon my hair I have used -... .' charge of hiring a sumptuous Tilla V
it exclusively in giving scalp treatments to others, and I 4 and directing a band of forgers to ,
would not think of trying to get along without it." produce false banknotes and deTer i
(Signed) MRS. ANNA CONNER. a yls. imitations of railway shares quotedon
2807 Archer Ave, Chicago IlL the Paris Bourse. 'Yet It happens
M that a personage of precisely this
type has appeared in court during the
past few days accompanied by her

Hundreds,! of lady scalp specialists and hair dressers use and recommend Newbio's Herpicide, instead 'f. + "staff" of co-adjutors of whom fire
were present during the trial. All of WATCHES
o! troducts of their own manufacture upon which a much larger profit could be made. They claim that I them have made previous acquaintancewith

i H. tcide makes friends for them and gives much better satisfaction. Some hair dressers use Herpicide various courts and goals in differ

fc i istinate: cases only but why not use the best' first?. '9 ent countries.In .
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''''rpicide Is a delightful dressing that can be used when there Is no disease of the hair or scalp, and s 1877 the Paris, Lyons and Medi-

v Paris printer to print a series of
Many ladies object to a gummy and "Sticky hair dressing or one that is full of sedimentary chemicals
new three per cent shares but as the ,
mi ided to dye the hair. The marked preference for a:clean and dainty preparation, particularly one that printing was not satisfactory the z

?\. '!comes excessive oilness and leaves the hair light and fluffy, Is reflected In the enormous sale of New- y :' company refused to accept them.
br Uerpicide. Discriminating ladies become enthusiastic oyer its refreshing quality and exquisite fra- + They were finally sold as waste paper DIAMONDS
i.tilce. It stops itching of the scalp almost.instantly. and the bundles eventually fell into
the hands of Victor Lankmann, a' Bel-
gian, who was sentenced for forgeryto v
six years imprisonment and expelled -
At Drug Stores-Send 10 cents in stamps to The Herpicide Co., Dept L., Detroit, Mich. tor sample. (Mrs. Anna Conner. from France ten years ago.'

Last year it is alleged the Baroness

W. A. D'ALEMBERTE Special Agent. with being Lankmann short of funds for fabricating contrived a$100-plot

000 worth of the above mentioned 'tt
shares and disposing of them among a11dJEWELRY1

purchasers of pawn tickets. They i : :: .
hired a villa at Bois Colombes where :
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they fabricated the goods in absolute I )
a drug on the market at 10' cents per DUAL CONTROL security.;' The fact Is,to set the policeoff : i J
GRAPHIC; WORD PICTURE; pound. the track, they told the authoritiesof
As a fruit, vegetable, nut and agricultural 1 a sham burglary so that a police For the Holidays. '
, growing state Florida has : WAS NECESSARYSpecial man actually paced up and down before !# : : :
no equal. Here may be grown all the the villa for a week little suspecting .
OF FLORIDA'S RESOURCES I .
fruits and vegetables that are indigenous that he was affording protectionfor ,
to a tropical climate and the more a band of forgers within. 1
hardy sorts of the north. Three and to The JournaL The plot came to grief when they
four crops per year can be grown on Melbourne, Dec. 8.-Mr. Deakin, Sale :
attempted to dispose of their wares.A BeginsTuesday
land surface. On basis of 600,000 !
a the Federal Premier has made
the same acre!; and the farmer does just a if
of state 57.9 of land,
zen the acres tant. He declares that when he and :
trying to keep warm during the win- .
able State East of the became suspicious and showed themto -
while the resident of New York state
I ter months, but, can cultivate his the late Mr. Seddon: were pressing on
the The fraud was at
Mississippi.' has only 41-5 acres: There are only crops every month in the year and the British government the importance once discovered company.and the entire band Dec..4tb :
i 5,000,000 acres in Florida held as farm :
of protecting Australian interests
iI if he manages his farm intelligently was speedily captured.The t1
lands and of that is '
I only a portion he will have something to sell every with regard to the occupation of the
in cultivation, leaving opportunitiesopen New Herbrides view of the ,
openingof
: three. months, while his northern CUr of M..leh. .
POSSIBILITIES ARE GREATER, for settlers that no other state the ,- ''I
Panama Canal circumstancesarose
offer. brother sows once a year, marketsonce Munich Is one of the most beautiful ,r 'I' .
LIVING IS EASIER, HEALTH IS can a year and is broke ten monthsin which rendered the immediate cities la Europe with broad streets 'J
West is the in the ,
Key largest city the year. declaration of dual control by Great and closes on the
United States that has railroad. frequent fountains, many-stately stat- '1.f
BETTER AND CLIMATE IS MORE no The average soil of Florida is Britain and France necessary. '
However, this will soon be remediedby :sandy, mixed with clay and other organic Questioned as to whether the attitude ues, numerous open squares, large Eve of Chistmas. .:
ENJOYABLE THAN ANY OTHER the entrance of the East.Coast line matter, but by the proper use of a third power had rendered wooded parks a swift river flowing .'" ,
to that city.: of fertilizer it becomes very produc. hurried action necessary the federal directly; through the center of the I
PLACE N THE WORLD.The There are 46 counties and 2,425 premier declared that some influence : residence section galleries that contain >- t

Mercantile and Industrial Rew cities and towns in the state and Florida tive.Recently large bodies of peat have of the kind had been at work. i several of the finest recollections of f ttl

: of Jacksonville which is now I lays claim to 116 islands. been discovered in the state, and thereis pictures and sculpture in the world, lIbraries Having been unable to make satisfactory ar- ,. 1

Ping prepared by the industrial de-I'I There are magnicent areas of hard-val- little doubt but that this discoverywill MAGIC AND RELIGION.Their aeademlea of design, schoolsof rangements with a jeweler's auctioneer to make "
uable and
yellow pine,
cypress add to the state's ,
d-tment of the Seaboard Air Line largely redenue.
house,
3vray for the purpose of interesting woods, representing 202 distinct .varieties /" *. "w' -, science a magnificent opera my annual auction sale, I have decided to make a F J
ParttBK Due'to the Advance *fCivilisation. a theater that was erected exclusively; '
.
I'tF'iida\ will reveal facts pertaining'I ship's mast. goods grow profusely in Florida and In west Africa the belief In a new and various other attractions which do i the announcement. By this sale, the public "S A'I ,
:II' state that will astonish even I I Pointer for Stock Growers. offer openings for manufacturing con bIrth without loss of identity Is provedby not disturb the classic atmosphere, will have chance to buy their Christmas ;
I is sirtents, says the Jacksonville The possibilities of the state froma cerns along a line in which there is, the, fact that when a baby arrives but appeal to the artist, the,.student pres- ,:J 1
;"liD: 'ciuon Thomas K. Bates, the stock growing point of view cannot no competition and splendid profits In a family it Is'shown, a selection.of and whoever seeks for beauty and for ents at greatly reduced prices-in fact, they will I' ;
;;JH ,it i representative of the Seaboard be equaled. 'The water Ts 'here the Climate Is Healthful.The .- small articles belonging! to deceased .rest No city of equal size has so many get auction bargains at private sale. This will I f
'.;, ,'n gathering material for the i I! grazing land is here and the winters death rate of Florida is lest members, and the thing which the noble monuments and public buildings .
.",,1;' .i'ion and some idea of the prog- are very similar to the summers in than that of Maine, Massachusetts child catches hold of identifies him as while probably- large number of be a CLOSING OUT SALE' OF UNREDEEMED -

-E.' a,' is making may be had from the north. The experienced stock New York, Pensjlvania, Illinois, Virginia "Uncle John" or "Cousin Emma" and II I the population of Munich is engaged PLEDGES and of the two stocks of Jewelry !. ,
,!s ,u.w of the state, which is here-' grower should be able to appreciate rand Minnesota. The variationof
to forth. So far as this belief prevails in study and artistic and scientific pursuits :
Tij.: nt'n: these three points but he does not temperature is small here as com- I i I recently purchased fromTrustees'
The State of Florida. I I seem to take advantage of them, prob- pared with the northern states, and it is held by some that garments once I than may be found in any other
\..n few people have any conception -:. ably on account of his narrow-minded this in party accounts for the good worn or other. objects"which have beenIn I I city. The Royal library is one of the ]
to the size of the state of Flora i: prejudice. When he does come to health of the populace. The annual intimate contact with a human being greatest in existence, probably second Sal i'' k F
.' industrial and commercial pos- himself the state of Florida will re mean temperature .is 70 degrees; are penetrated by his personality only to the British museum.-William f ff ,
uiim;( i: and the innumerable variety I IJr mind one of the Chicago stock yards. spring, 71 degrees; summer, 80 degrees and remain as it were, united with E. Curtis in Chicago Record-Brerald. f V sAt
t us: i products. j 1 I Florida has 12,800 acres of edible I autumn 71 degrees, and winter -: him for good or ilL I II Illinois and Des Moines
TJ! combined area of Connecticut, oysters and enjoys the distinction of 60 degrees The. winters will fill In nearly all stages of civilizationnow I Moving ca the Iwt Ulme t Plan. Chicago, Iowa
:;, wary, District of Columbia. Mas. being the only sponge-bearing state the heart of anyone with Joy. This is d for cash. i i-
i to be found In the world what we i An who'caned at a 1 spot
'...1......, its. Xew Hampshire, New Jer- in the Union. I I evidenced each year by the thousandsof I expressman I II 1 r c 1
...\. Hhode Islapd, Vermont, Mary- Florida is a veritable paradise for wealthy northerners who make the call supernatural beings were concerned Ninety-second street boarding house 'The public will have an immense stock to se ', 1 1T.
"'"'; Porto Rico and our Titula the man who loves to hunt and fish. He state their Mecca. with the initiation of the magician.The i I I for two trunks was asked by the land- lest from, consisting of Watches, Diamonds Jew-
,
'l"I!' N in the Pacific, is 59,249 squares can go gunning here for bear, wildcat I It would be impossible for anyoneto schism between magic and reli- lady where they were going. i
.s ': .-. while the area of Florida is deer, wild turkey, geese, quail, squirrel enumerate all the good points cf gion was a later development of civ :I "I don't know" he said. "You see X elry of all kinds, Sterling Silverware of leading I
4 1.';' square miles making it the rabbit, coon and numerous other Florida, and it would pauperize the ilization. When it occurred, as the I do only half the hauling. I will take makes, bearing the Trade Marks of the Manu'r I r,
:ar".1 i.tate east of the :Mississippi birds and animals. If one would' English language to .do so. The history of heresy in Europe and the the things to our office, and somebody SJ
r\'j i The state has 1,200 miles of rather fish the state offers sport in stranger is filled with wonder and admiration witch trials teach, it was rather magicIn else will take them the rest of the way. I facturers. f-
ilC'uas' and more splendid harbors this line that cannot be excelled any- from the moment he reachesthe the f wholesale 4
its antisocial aspect than in itself, The boss at the desk will know ad- I Some of the bargains at and retail
ft! 'n ,tnother state. In the where. You get them here from two state until he has to take his de-
dress. The moving is done on the In- '
mf:"i!, r of navigable rivers andlah ounces to 200 pounds, and it is not parture. There is the climate, it is which was reprobated and punished.It for spot cash are as follows: i
;i>'.,. "ionda has no peer, there being necessary:: to wait a week for a bite. grand; the palms are magnificent,the is strange in this connection to notice : stallmmt plan to where keep you the folks other here Solid Gold Rings, Chains, Bracelets, Lockets {
the from finding out -
that magician was only condemned people
'1TItIn its bounds ISO lakes, 42 rivers The state contains unknown quantities green foliage during the winter is '
and! Ala: creeks. Florida' is 12,0 I' of phosphate rock, which Is lovely, the rivers and lakes are beautiful -!I when he departed from estab- ; went. They were. afraid to trust etc. S j4
sgea: !,. miles larger than the state of proving a very valuable acquisition to the song of the birds displaces lished custom and established beliefs me with the number for fear you might Silverware Rogers' Tableware.
Xrw York. The distance from Chat- the sum total of the state's wealth.It the song of the blizzard in the north,I which involved a severance from the I worm It out of me, so they told It to Sterling .
ta1'I. is used as the base for the manu- l' but the Lots of Rich American Cut Glass.
!.ua to Chicago is 917 miles,from atmosphere is permeated by the community and an imputation of anti- nobody manager. people I
e .. mooga to New York is 984 facture of fertilizers. aroma from the health-giving pines, social ends. Practices essentially mag--I. who move often make the trip in I I 100 Elgin, Waltham and ether makes of 15- ; ;
aLik The distance from the western Tobacco and Cotton. the things you eat eatremindyouof good ical might be incorporated In religious sections like that. Half the time whenI .
/bnlflXary) < of the state to its outhern The finest qualities of tobacco old summer time,the citizens are prosperous rites and exercised for what was believed take a.trunk away from a boarding ;i: jewel movements. r
"fr.mtty Is 996 miles, a good twod grown in the United States Is grownin and cheerful and the hum of In such t house I don't know where it will wind I II' Solid 14 and 18 Karet Gold Watches with high QI ; v
to be the general good.
:;' > journey. Florida. It sells for as high as 70 Industry brings the stranger to the I I
done when there -
Land and Water. cents per pound. realization of the fact that Flondi a case they have continued to be exercised up. That Is generally grade movements. Filled! cases, railroad: adjusted 1
There are 3,217,920 acres covered Florida produces sea island cotton, is becoming a factor in the commerceof with general assent in the bighwt I' has been a row and the folks who leavedon't with 17 19 21 and 23 .
jewel
be followed. Been little watches move ,
want to a
't. water, composed of rivers, ponds the kind that demands '30 cents per the nation that must be taken inta forms of religion.-London HospitaL I I \
and lakes, and :34,713,600: acres of pound, when the ordinary grades are account. | trouble here; -I imagine," he added I ments. .

- __ tentatively 20 and 25-year Filled cases to close-out at $10. '
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New York Sun. Higher grades in proportion.

It's lots of satisfaction to have a whiskey in the ..; ti

Where Cicero Took the Mad.
:
Marcus Trillins.Cicero bathed in the .1

y fI'I home that you can give in case of sickness to in mud order of Lake to get A.lid:uan of 2,000 the gout.years The ago Largest Stock of Diamonds in West Florida '

mud of the standing waters in the district -
west of Naples was famous from Diamond Rings from $5 to $1,000. c'

h any member of your family, with absolute confidence = early times for the relief of arthritis. Diamond Ear.Screws from $10 to $750. .. 6

The luxurious high livers of the Imperial -
Diamond Bracelets from $15 to $100.
days knew its efficacy and no
t of its .perfecto purity and health=givingqualities. doubt did their "cure" there In mud Diamond Lockets from $10 to $100. r j

)/1 rsns wmd the same rough and ready fashion a. Diamond Necklaces from $250 to $1,000. .
4 their modern representative! does nov*.
Link Buttons Studs
Diamond
It is no doubt to the sulphur! and Scarfpins,
other deposits that the mud of the lit- Brooches, etc.

tle lakes on the promontory of Comae

Rose's Old Rye or Rose's Old_ ,Corn has had"the confidence of thousands of families who have used it medicinally owes as nature its health works giving much properties the same, way and I,

for years. It is shipped into every State and is universally endorsed by physicians.Be now In that region as she did in the I P. S.-I I have a Safety Vault, Fire and Burglar Proof and I am
of will
prepared to take good care your articles of value and make
certain that you know the quality of whiskey that you use. Don't you realize that it means health. time of the Caesars the effect upon j liberal advance at the lowest rate of Interest. Business strictly s
gout is probably confidentiaL 226 South Palafox Street, ALEX. LISCHKOFF, Prop.
all of twentieth century
have been whiskey and selling direct to the consumer. During I
For thirty-nine years we distilling our much the same as when the great Tully .
these: years not one drop of impure whiskey have we sold. Our most valuable asset is our reputation and we put 1thack soaked his Inflamed Joints In the .

of every sale besides refunding your money if you are not pleased. ooze of the Ptlegraeaen fields. '

Four full quarts of Rose's Old Rye or Rose's Old Corn or assorted as you like, sent by express prepaid for $3.40 Scared Bath af T. ..
Florida Alabama. North Carolina South Carolina or any point on ALEX. LISCHKOFF
to any address in following States: Georgia When Mr. Justice Manic was on the

Adams or Southern Express lines. bench a bullying counsel was' one day

Order New York exchange or send the by registered mail Do browbeating an elderly female wit
Remit by Postoffice 1 or Express Money money ness in a case before him. Having .

sot send stamps or personal checks. '* badgered her Into a state of utter 226 South Palafox Street,

We ship all orders the day received. -- speechlessness, the lawyer appealed to II
to make her answer his ques- .
the judge I "
77= thg.e St. tions. "Why do you not answer mad- j Pensacola Fla. Opposite Custom House>
Rose Liquor Company am?* asked the Judge. "Because my ..J'i '
lord, he scares' me eo," replied the I

trembling woman. "So does be me, i
ESTABLISHED-- 1867. ma'am," said the Judge.-Law Notes. '
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PEOPLE AND EVENTS '; iI l

1111

i t' -:.., XMAS GIFTS ,



J BY AURELIE MAREAN BERNARD. I -

J No. 669 Before 3 P. M. I
,
i Telephone I 'I j )s
Na 38 After 3 P.; M. .

; 'I'f r 11 feu will have no trouble! in finding! -' j :


I pt }, t the present that will be sure__to __: '' 'v ::

'-- 1. =tl f) please! -so: many lines to :select -' ; tf MI

:, t :Mr.:and ,Mrs. S one The Journal's Daily .F'ashion .Feature J 1 I ,from and best values for the money =::,. : :; ,

'' Entertain Friends. :)( .. I ..
J !\f I .. J' :,::"1
; Mr. and Mrs. P. Stone gave a card tll :
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t panT laet week at which they enter I
,! tained about thirty of their friends in il :aw:
:: celebration of the twenty-eighth anniversary :
L}! of their marriage. : i JEWELRY ;\"
i Mr. and :Mrs. Stone. Icxik'op! as hap- r Rich Cut Glass. Hand-Painted China '"
did their I 4 ::
py as they on wedding day T I and BRIC-A-BRAC'
i receirtd the "!congratulations. of their : The finest and largest line In Lots of dainty article for the ;u
1f guests in their pretty home which wastastefully the city. Money saving values. dresser and so moderate in price. ;:u :
.
:: CHINA FOR THE TABLE '
.
decorated for the .. ,,, :ri
occasion I :: .
of all kinds, 1
VI stock is and and odd pieces,
", in green and white, ferns vines and Our unequalled O toots ;::
L white roses forming the decorations I ;1' Ul 1:1 1-:
1ie Gold Glass.
Small tables were arranged for ::1 Crystal. priced to permit of your giving r- I'gI
I: Vases and
I Ornaments. (I
f. cards and progresene, euchre was I G Dainty and useful. Just received O :\E ,
played until ten o'clock when the I = a new Importation of the latest o what IS most valued and The quality of our goods can be I::
: '
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f' handsomely appointed dining room r I a articles, exclusive shapes and pat- O called upon. Such new and. pretty II::
,.< was opened and the guests were in- I 1- shapes this season at prices you ;I;::;
'
g terns to be had of us. alwaysappreeiated. Make inspection pay others for inferior articles =
if 1 rited in to an elaborate supper. II .. Q ..
3 Mr. and Mrs. Stone were the recip- I Cfl -;:"
{ | ients of a number of handsome presents : ft. and compare prices.DIAMONDS "
Chafing shes "
t. ] ad their many friends hope to I B ) Sterling Silver. 7 and ,':..;. '
6i J atteed the golden wedding; anniversary I'
. : of this popular comple. (ft Better weight than found else Coffee Percolators. g
\; The host and hostess were assisted :: where for a like price. Newest Without the question. of a doubt "
1 in entertaining by their two sons and and handsomest designs shown. I 1m: these are the finest ever produced NI
E two daughters who are popular :: "
; 2 in the younger and older Jewish society ji
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1 '- setFirst I

TOYS !! TOYS TOYS TOYS iii I

j > Birthday Party. ,

1: 1 Little Carolyn Whiting II .. DOLLS .DOLLS DOLLS :

J' One of the cutest birthday parties 1:1:1:
.
imaginable was the one given Friday II .
1 I afternoon by Mrs. Clara Whiting In ( ll ( :!
i'' honor of the first birthday of her \
\
I pretty baby grand daughter. Carolyn. ) E'

I i Spring The home street of was Mrs.prettily Whiting decorated on North 1' 4/ fr \l -, or j '; '1

II with red carnations-the color which fit, J I :' i i1" '
:t always excites the admiration
of babies I / !
; ii "E
A Tjntersperced with green vines iit1 "'
,
.9 /1"
1
4 and ferns: 'I ;
1 f ;' 'A handsome round oak table stood Ir 1- l tfDRESS

.a | in the center of the sitting room, Ej
4 which was'covered with a Battentrargf '

}i= centerpiece over red satin. Red can. j::n TiiifffftiiT1iTillJiiiflhl: i : : :: :r: ::I l :11111111I11: : llml:::11I1,::::mn1::II I :II j:I::I:::1::::I :;! ::Ii i l i::::'II':11; ';1 i'i Ilf::::::II;I :I;IIT:: :::II i I::::
.< dies and a great bunch of red carnations I : : c : : : : = '
: (t helped to complete the decora-
I tionsj -

a j J Two big birthday cakes were In evi-
:, \ dence one bearing only one light, PENSACOLA MERCHANTS Monogrammed Stationery makes a damt-
{ while the other was lighted up much
more generously, as the birthday cake HAT TRIMMED WITH PLUMES.The Christmas Present for
> jwas in honor of Carolyn's father, Mr.
;' f H. H. Whiting, whose birthday was model sketched was of satin from which sprang a cluster of white READY FOR HOLIDAY TRADE ,A GENTLEMAN TO A LADY.Send .
Jon the following day. finish.t.rench felt,. in black, the shape plumes. The brim was turned up .
Eight high chairs steed around the being rather odd in outline but very across the front and bent down over
;f: board and eight happy babies occupied becoming to a youthful face. At the the hat in the back a long white I
which throng the street continto! orders that
r them. Hut alas for the restrictions left side of the hat was a large rhine- plume being arranged across the right They Are Ready for Buyers get larger month after month and us your now so they can c-
cf babyhood-Ui fruit punch stone and felt ornament, which was side of the hat to fall over the hair after until the executed in ample time. Samples and
year year appearanceof prices
in the of knot of in
placed ,centre a lace. the back.
consisted of
punch filled with
cups mAII Over West Palafoz street now and what It was ,
,strained oat meal and the rich cake a' year or two ago is almost startling furnished upon application. J. P. STEVE'SENGRAVING

::', had But to the be dealt souvenirs cut rather compensated sparingly.for Raymond J.IarSb. TVestly Howe Emily mysterious oranges which,? when "t Florida. in the its metropolitan Is made.proportions when' = CO.., manufacturers of Sort!
comparison
Turner Flyer and Amant Semmes. opened will contain a surprise and
everything. They were beautiful rat While things were still interestinga many other.things. Music and games Pe.nsacola merchants have made Stationery, Whitehall Street, Atlanta, Georg':a
ties which made a great; deal of noise. take
of will)) also form of afternoon'sentertainment. special preparations this year to
photograph was taken the groupof a part the
The ones for the girls, were little yellow pretty babies, which will nerhaps. PEOPLE ARE URGED TO MAKE care of the holiday trade not only of --
oranges with seme mysteriousthing I Pensacola of the whole of WestFlorida
be given little Carolyn some day as a No admission fee will be chargedand but. .
inside which rattled, and theboysrattlea PURCHASES EARLY AND NOT I =---ftiI
and they are offering now
I souvenir of her first birthday party. the children should turn out in '
wera'sleigh bells. Strange just as large and carefully selected
force for a merry afternoon together. WAIT TILL THE CROWDS APPEAR -
to say these souvenirs were used for I stocks and just as great bargains as

(the purpose intended. and not once did I Sisters of Mercy Daughters of the AND THE CLERKS ARERUSHED. can be found In the larger cities. Pen '\ one little guest.test the weight of his Tuesday the Eighteenth.On t, _. sacola merchants in fact, intend that
rattle on another little guests head. Confederacy to Meet. Pensacola shall be to West Florida -- ; the
At the head of the table sat Miss December ,
Tuesday eighteenth Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 the regu- just what the metropolis of any section -
Carolyn in ,\white. dainty as a tiny :the Sisters of :Mercy will entertain lar meeting of the Daughters of the is to that section. ,
rosebu/1 Opposite her at the foot of I the children at the Catholic Knights Confederacy will occur at their new Christmas shoppers are going to be Readers of The Journal-and practically Best
,, the table was seated her handsome lit. haii- very busy during the coming two every West Floridian whose
quarters in the old building.
Rile Richard Miles Jr. There will be amusements for armory weeks-particularly next week after
cousin Cary
many The members deserved much credit trade is worth having is a reader of
The other high chairs contained I the little ones consisting of a grab for their recent successful work of selecting The Jonrnal's'magnificent Christmas this paper-will find in these columns Last yearduringthe
Emily Semmes, Richard B. Simpson, bag in charge, : of little Hariam Blount, and furnishing a regular place edition with its'and catalogue attractions of Christ: from now till Christmas a practically r
mas bargains
h_'_____ in -which,to hold the meetings of the The streets now of an afternoon appears.are complete catalogue 01 the merchants holidays we sold
various Southern organizations. This who are after Christmas trade and
busy until the stores close and this is
t III:i:111111:I:::II j I::I::I I I:I j II:::I H:1III i:i II:I:III::II:III:II1I:I:II::III:i 1111:::I 11111I I:'I!I room will be tastefully furnished and the after whose stocks are worth advertising.The ton
especially case on Saturday nearly a
Journal commends those
iitt will contain relics of the war such as mer- d
noons. On a Saturday night, Palafox chants to its readers and offers this
battle
old swords
flags and other interesting
-
.1 The Shoemen With a Reputation I articles. street looks like the thoroughfare of word of advice-buy early and before 9 ((1500 lbs)
There: will be an election of officersat a big city and Its stores are In keeping the crowd comes and the stocks are
with the best that can be seen in
all You will be the
this meeting and reports: for the picked over.
.ft B big cities anywhere. The crowds gainer by it and the merchants and This
year will be read by the president ,,,_ year we expect
:: ... u Mrs. A. E. :McDavid. It is desired that their busy clerks will appreciate your i '
H : = all members be present at this,meet thoughttulness at a time when all of .; ) : to sell over a
ing. them are worked down with the great I '1
H \ __. press of holiday trade. INCONCEIVABLE I' .
ALL N'g IMPOSSIBLE!i ton.

N.. 1 Meeting of Childrenof ELECTION OF DIRECTORSThe INCOMPREHENSIBLE: :'!!II'!

Ifs' I Rustratlon Confederacy.The I
annual election of directors of
Children of the
: : Confederacywill
Shows No. meet Friday December four- the Citizens National Bank of Pensa-
s JANICEPERFUME cola will be held! at the offices of said W. A. D'Alemberte
n t4 h teenth at the new rooms in the old
; 611'1 armory building. bank on Tuesday, January 8, 1901, between
:: { p25E1 : The meeting should be well attended the hours of 10 a. m. and 4 p.

!! and the interest kept up by,.the children m. 9dec-oaw-4w Druggist and ,I Apothecary I'
I whose pride it should be to make
the 15. I ,
< p. this the banner chapter of the state DANCE TUESDAY
t'1 I -' i 121 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 109
A The leather and a credit to Pensacola.
II Miss Holbrook will have dancing | .. _.."., .-.c-.1
will roll call
The members answer to
H Hippy II a beautiful I I school Tuesday night at C. K. hall.Good .
with facts regarding; the Florida generals '
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i of the Confederacy.The
Velvety Pat.
it. ft I I Alabama Constitution has been is a perfume which lasts : '
Suggestion: .. DON? BE CROWDED OUT. SEND ; .
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Ii Colt. Hiii 1 1H i i adopted. Mr. Lee Goulding is president when others'have become but IN YOUR ORDERS AT ONCE FOR t.
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and Miss Willie Wood is the I
a VENUS" Do you see Ii accomplIshed YOUR CHRISTMAS CAKES. WEST
Pair secretary. a memory. The scent of FLORIDA STEAM BAKERY. :
that extreme !! I beautiful Here is I IH
blossoms
of clings exquisitely Something
is the comliest, most sy m- Spanish Mrs. Churchill and Family ..
to handkerchief or Making Paint With Skim Milk.
Venus boo ; I I Leave Pensacola.
metrical and ge 1te lest Arch I to Stir into a gallon of milk about three :
for after use. EI
f Shoes for women this has There are i The many friends of Mrs. W. S. garment days pounds of Portland cement and add .
age yet : Churchill and her charming daughter the "woman of taste "
for Toy sufficient Venetian red paint powder to : N
produced. Instead of f rButton and ;Miss Mary, will learn with regret that and discrimination Impart a good color. Any other colored .

Self ther praise we ,ask you to see Laces-a I they \\ill.leave Pensacola Iaa, few delicacy paint powder may as well be used. The : I You Will Like I I1M
Friend it. Your touch days for Brunswicfe, Ga., where they no detail of her toilet is more skim nllk will hold the paint In suspension .
eyes, your dozen dIfferent will make their future home.
or Mrs. Churchill and fafoily have resided important than the selection I but the cement being heavy, will : -
will prove far more nvinc-: shapes and in Pensacola for more than eight of the captivating odor which I sink to the bottom so that it becomes a

relative lug than anything we might various I years: and will be greatly missed. Miss i necessary to keep the mixture well 1M ;
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Mary will leave.for Brunswick' Thurs. shall pervade her person and I I stirred with a paddle. Mix only enoughat : '
say.Ve are extremely leathers.proud a day, and her mother will follow in a proclaim the refinement of i a time for one day's use. Six hours tft Snowflake Sugar Corn, on cob, similar to

of them, for we do not All few days. :after painting this paint will be as im

think it possible that its peer coat I who They know go with them the for best much wishes happinessand of all her senses movable and unaffected by water as a : fresh boiled, corn-in one-gallon cans-only N NII
afford to let
She cannot ,i month old paint Cases are on record .Ii
exists prosperity in their new home.WalkerPeabody
that their
we alikl\
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sure of this sort of
paint being in corfdltion
:J I another without good -
t: I equal is NOT found in any $3,50 :: day pass after twenty years, and it'has : I II 75c Per Can
of
making the acquaintance ,
store oi Pensacola, .a pair for Pair. B Wedding This Week.Miss preserved the wood admirably. The U E
addition of carbolic acid or some other :

gift purposes, or a pair for if Mary C. -Walker, daughter of ALLAN'S JANICE PER- .disinfectant makes it very suitable for i This is'a great: thing for every-day use andspecial !

'I' \: yourself, would be a good iIf Mr. J. O. Walker of this city will be dairy work aa it then has a cleanslnjeffectSt : ,
married this week to Mr. 'Douglass FUME. Louis Republic. H occasions i yet very inexpensive. Try
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Christmas purchase. Daly Peabody, at the home of her t

aunt, Mrs. S. W. Hitch of Waycross Call and let ).l Watson i Jackson Square Coffee stands for some.

I Ga.Miss show this matchless quality put up In 25c, 60c and $LOO i g !
f Walker, who is,a pretty-blond, you air tight tins. It pleases others. Why :
MEYER has spent some time at the home of :)dor.Hooton's. ,not try it?
her father on West Garden street, and I
l CEEt has many friends here, who will be i Send in : II
i i your orders now East Hill Co.
FURNISHERS 5 HOE FOLKS pleased to learn of her approaching. Grocery
> wedding. Pharmacy for extra copies of The Journal : ,
Mr. Peabody is also well known in I
s big Christmas Editionand HAYNE AND GADSDEN.
CO tt Pensacola, having been in the employ gi
102 S. Palafox St of the J. R. Saunders Company which The Birthplace Prompt Delivery they will be set' aside i! M. F.. BOWES, Mgr. PHONES 212 and 621. \
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300 Ladies', Misses and Children's Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats, just received worth 100, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00 each, your ,


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Ii; and Hand Bags.from 50c to . .$ 5.00 Fancy Pillows, 50c to . ." . . . . . $ 1.50 ,Men's oves, 25c to . . . . . '. . $ 1.25 J 1

i 1-"'J Ladies' Parasols, $1.25 to . . .... . . . $ 6.50 Table Cloths, 75c to . . ". . . . . $ 5.00 .. Men's Ties at . . .. . ... . . . 25c : .

' Ladies' Furs, $1.50 to . .. . . . .. $20.00 Fancy Scarfs, 50c to ... . ... . . . $ 1.50 Men's Suspenders, 25 and . . . . . .. 50c !.r'

:tt Ladies' Cloaks, $4.50 to .. .. .. . . .. . 30.00 Children's Cloaks, $2 to . . ? ... . . $ 6.50 Ladies' Shoes, $1.25 to . . . . . . $ 3.50 ...i... t1

::!' Ladies' Handkerchiefs, lOc to . . .. . . .$ 1.50 Portiers, $2.50 to., per pair. . . .'. . . : $10.00 Children's Shoes, 75c to . :. :. . . . $ 2.00: I t< t. .

Children's Handkerchiefs, per box . . . 15c Rugs 50c to . . .'. . .:. . . . $ 8.00 Boys' Shoes, $1.25 to . . . .. .. .. . .... $ 3.00 8

:- Ladies Gloves ,$1 to . ... . . . . $ .3.00 Couch Covers, $1.50 to . . .. . . ... $ 2.50 Gents Shoes, $.L50to . . .'. .,' . . ?. .. $ 4.00 '

w Fascinators and Shawls, 50c.to .. ,.. .. . $ 2.00 Lace Curtains, $1 to . .. . . . ... . ..$10.00 Misses Mclntoshes, $2.50 to. . .-. . . ... .. $ 3.50 E1

Zt Pillow Tops, 35c to . . . . . . . $ 1.50 Fancy Towels, 25c to . . . . ..'. . 75c Boys' Mclntoshes, $2.50 to. . . .f .:. . $ 3.50 .

Hi Children's Fur Sets, $1.50 to .. . .. .'. ; .'.. ..,. $.2.50 Boys' Suits, $2 to . . . :.. .. .-. . .. .. $ 6.50 Art Squares, $6 to ; .. . . . ... . $30.00

1 Silk Underskirts, $6 to ..... .. .. . .-. .. . $10.00 Boys' Caps, 25c and .. . . . . .; . 50c Gent's Suit Cases, $7.50 to. .. . . .'. . . $15.00 Iii ?

!i Ladies' Felt Slippers, $1.25 to . . ... . $ 1.50 Boys' Ties at . . .:: . ... . . 25c Pillow!: Shams, 50c to . . . .."_".:. .. ':- $ 1.50

Ladies' Skirts, $3.50 to :. . . . . . $ 8.50 Boys' Sweaters, 50c to ... . . ; . . . $ 1.50 Knitted Baby Sacques, 35c to . . . . 75c l

ii: Ladies' Aprons at 25c to u....?..,.......,.., . .. 35c Boys' Overcoats, $2.50 to . . .. .-. . . $10.00 Children's Hose, lOc to . . . . .". . 25c i: =a. ;

i Ladies' Waists, $1 to .. .. . . . . $ 6.50 Men's Silk Handkerchiefs; to ....: . . $ 1.00 Lace Collars, $3.50 to. . . . . . . $ 5XX), w i '' l

3 Ladies': Hose at 25c to, per pair . . .'. . $ 1. Men's: House Slippers, $1.25 to . . . . $ 2.00 Fancy Combs ,35c to . ., ;; :.: . $ 1.00- iz2i '

i* Ladies' Hose Supporters ..... :. . . ... .. 50c Men Handkerchiefs, lOc to.- 25c Belts, 25c to . -'. . . = . I . . $ 2.00 $4 i

1 1 Baby Caps, 35c to .. .. .. .; ... . . . . $ 1.00 Men's Hats, $1 to . . . . ... . . $ 3.00 Linen Scarfs, 50c to . . . . . . . $ 1.50 i: -

t:. Tabl Covers, $1 to .. .. . . . . . $ 2.50. Men's Suits, $7.50 to . . . . . . $18.50 Linen Centerpieces, 50c to . ., .. . . . $ 1.50 w 4 r
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already''out :of sight of land all Eventually Y were again wreckedon of ldndness and spiritual faith. The II NN.ONI.NN.NINNNNNNNNN.N.N.N10NN J V:
ADVENTURES OF came alarmed and threatened'to a lonely,and dangerous coast and story centers about a supposed- j
me If I did not return. Of 00.1 they finally suffered so much that they mance in her life. Therese rescues a vw l
expostulated with them and were obliged to resort to cannibalism.It priest from the fatal fascinations of a
who, is the. antithesis of her IT MAY BE RATHER EARLY
out that if they killed me they is advisable to'pas over the cannibalistic ,I I woman
ESCAPED by .Pib
CONVICT have no one to navigate the boat and features -which Sporn gives.It self. The erring priest overcome j
of Theresa declareshis
the radiant beauty I
after strugglesfor
that they never would get back to suffices to say that
passion for her, but the vergin bids
two they all became
land. This argument held them down a day or
tions on the beauties of nature writ for a time, but not being sure of just cannibals and once put off to sea with him seek penitence in a pilgrimage to TO TALK ,
Powerful Book Discovered what would do and not caringto a provision of human food. In the Palestine
they
ten in almost
religious strain. for
I i| The struggle of the two women
delta of the Orinoco river they were ;
venture too far from the shore 1
Sporn as a habitual criminal had the man's. soul is the strong themeof
in Rooms of Man Who been ordered-to live for the remain- returned. After two days we were captured by a confiscated Venezuelan the boat revenue and play, and many dramatic scenes i 'lj i '
launch which :
der of hla life in French Guiana and caught in a heavy ground swell and had with them. occur during its "progress. The play HOLIDAY GOODS i
what little they
thrown beach closed in money
a sandy
he has Just finished of upon
Returned from a sentence and however lasts for five hours and It
Four them The men were taken prisoners
dense bush. of were
eight years there. But he longed to by drowned.a placed out to labor with a planter is said by the critics that it will re- : : t. I 'f f f
Guiana. revisit France d to participate in named Richardo. Sporn ultimately quire considerable, pruning before evena : I! .
his escape he selected fourteen followers Solitary Funeral. make of it '
and met Bernhardt can a complete 'i .,
escaped at night in a canoe ; !
,murderer but not thieves. Each "We succeeded with infinite painsin with thrilling adventures in the success. i. '

TERRIBLE STORY OF CANNIBALISM paid pense.?10 per head towards the ex provisions recovering and the the boat body some of one of our of Venezuelan many forest. At the that village the vil-of I,I' New Orleans- celebrated for tt's Z to you, but "forewarned is forearmed, and i I"f,1i, :
Urracoa he discovered
: Starts on Voyage. our companions. And there is still French missionaryand coJIee. Jackson Square; is the coffee a little l good advice helps everybody and : t'
lage priest was a 1
SUFFERING
AND WHICH i
from New Orleans. Try It. If not
Under the pretext of wishing to before my eyes the picture of the impressive wonderful to relate a native of hurts f
no one.
will refund its : t .'1
satisfied t
start in business fish dealer he your grocer
as a and solitary funeral we gave
WAS ENDURED UNTIL LITTLE,; an Alsatian village, only six miles :
obtained a fishing license to navigate"'our poor mates on this lonely beach.I from Sporn's own birthplace. cost. If you are thinking. making your hus- i r ; ;
VESSEL MEN WERE IN WAS: In the Maroni river land bought a Outside the pale of the law as we I Ij ually through the Intercessions Event-I t band brother father sweetheart Xmas \ '
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large fishing boat. This he gradually j were there was not a man of us who I priest he was returned to Paris where I Send in your orders now 'f
PICKED UP BY VENEZUELAN 1 stored with provisions and all being was not profoundly moved. One of us I I'I' he is now on trial for complicity infrauls. for extra. copies of The Jour- f present, you will find in my stock an assortment : ;, r ; ,
ready he started off with his four- had formerly been a divinity student I IT of Bath Robes and Silk Vests it .!
I' I Fancy ;
REVENUE LAUNCH. teen companions. 'I'and he said a few extempore prayers. nal's big Christmas Edition !J
")Iy object was to run for Venezuela over the new made grave In the ':. A Gay Dressmaker.A will be : Patent Leather Shoes, Large stock Hosiery, : $ < f
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," he land-, pretty fair haired dressmaker they I t
says "carefully avoiding sand. I f
e swellest line of Neckwear select
and the to
Paris, Dec. S.-The have discovered possessed of an irreproachable figure:' .
police ing in Dutch or British territory where J The ten survivors finally succeeded for t.
you.
In the rooms of a convict all French convicts are immediately: in making the little British poof thas got into trouble with her em I _ T from ever seen in the city .to say nothing of i :*I.tt" ,.
named Sporn a manuscript entitled handed back to the French authorities New Amsterdam. After revlctual- ployer.. She was sent to the sealde I : the line of clothing I have to offer at from t .
"The True Account of the Adventuresof and to reach the Venezuelan Re- ling they were obliged to get awayas to conduct a branch establishment ;:.t .
an Escaped Convict" The bookis public. It was necessary to steer bastlly as possible for they noticed the resort during the summer season.I HaJrbniihti.The : $9 to $30, and cravanettes in all grades and ; : 'R .
extremely powerful, and Paris publishers right out for the open sea ,out of that they had already aroused the She had not been there more than a brush tr de'ls full of deceptions.An : { .
are bidding high for the rightsto I sight of the coast 'My companionshad suspicions' of the residents. Out In1 month when she reported herself ill experienced band will by touch tell patterns from $7.50 to $25. l : (
produce the same. I and said that she must go for a fort if a broom or brush be all hair or a selection. + ''
all promised to obey me as captain the sea they were caught in a fearful : Come early and make your : t 1
Sporn appears to be something of a for I had made a special study of hurricane and were afraid that every night's cure to :Mount Dore. The mixture. But if ever in doubt pull I ;'
philosopher, for the recital of his ad- na.igation'and of charts and map of moment would be their last. They head of the firm was much discon- out or ,cut off a suspicious hair and e Iet ;
ventures is interspersed with numerous the coast But when the morning were buffeted about within easy reachof certed by this announcement but she apply a match. However well doc- Y : \ r1 ",
moral reflections and apprecia- broke and they discovered they were Georgetown but dared not go in.s' gave the required permission and tored, the deception will be shown at t
was much annoyed: to learn a few :
.. -- once. Haira will burn, rolling up ball- i i/f:1/
days later that the young woman waa i COLEMAN |
careering through Switzerland with like, with the well known smell'of 727.JOS..' ;
a party of friends. Her wrath In- burned hair, while a vegetable substitute r /
creased when she found that since the will! consume, leaving the charred : Phone 212 S. Palafox | $: ; : :'
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establishment her business had not York Telegram. '
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returned to Paris she was informed I Hall Tre ..' I .r
8 that her services were no longer "re A woman was much astonished .ta I '. !. ;
quired. The fair traveler was, however -I receive a letter from another ivoirmaasking i : '; r. f.
inclined to accept the new '
not DEPOT LOAN OFFICE.All
c for a slip of her bull tree. "I I .
situation without a fight and she put '
in a claim for damages for this sum I understand" she wrote, "you've got a!1 kinds of repairing done on Watches, Clocks, .t. if
good variety of hall trees and as we'vejust : ,
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and also
night's mary dismissal salary amounting to $50. fort'j finished cs a new house with a. Guns, Pistols. Highest price paid for old gold. Money ; : t
salary was accorded to her as : real nice hall we'll need a tree, and! loaned on personal op erty. We handle all kinds of 9; "." f
compensation to the amount of $30 I we'd be ever so nroch obliged If you'd :' .
and second-hand. Don't ,
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new forget. :
by the court of arbitration between send va a slip av your'n. And please Jewelry, ,
New book for 1906 isthe A a i employers and employed, but not con- will you send along with the slip directions 1 F THE WATCHMAKER! ;'
tent with this judgment the head of tellln' ns whether to water It J. bltfflltilll, 106 East Wright Street.
book f.
most beautiful we ever t Millions of persons in everypart'issued. the business has appealed to the city from the top er bottom T j
Pictures 'in natural a of the country drink no other tribunal of the Seine. The pretty t.

colors of 97 presents for the a Pi r Coffee, and swell the sales of shy dressmaker fascinating conducted manner her She case declared In a- Visitor t4 Coa8D4Irw..., :.- i I .i:
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users Arbuckles ARIOSA t that she had originally proceededto r i '
Arbuckles ARIOSA
until '
j / : they Mount Dore and bad only left it Whatever were you two laughing over '
Coffee. Will be sent free + t exceed the combined sales of all because the weather had not suited 10 Just now? Wife-Ob, it was such ILG.DeSILVA&COMPANYi ; !
her complaint. So little secret had fun!' My' husband painted and I :
to any one who writes for it. the other packaged coffees. .
she made of her change of program cooked, and then we both guessed
Do yon realize what a >great t tusineu this from you from time to time and Arbuckles' ARIOSA is the that she had sent a lot of picture what the things were meant for.Meggendorfer .- !;
Aibucklei'ARIOSA Coffee is? Ai 1DA 1U post cards to her employer from Swit : I
will that theleading Blatter.
coffee
is best Coffee for
30.0 0O0 letter for presents are received ema say your you, saves your zerland. "Should, I have done so." I Building Material, i t
dayto a year we despatched four BulLonindividual > brand on the market,* jnoney! and gives presents she Inquired "if I had felt to Warner* I-t OppertwaltlH. '
present to our customers agars you "La D'Arila a new play byM. L Shingles and Slate for Roofing
l pr the best and healthiest besides. Vierge i.-:{
"What it was that baseballwasL
lhat brought letters of thanks and appreciation inMum. purest Speak softly but plainly Catuelle Mendes is being produced a pity; i
coffee made. I have been a to if he Sarah Bernhardt with known in the old 'Roman Store .1 i
ever your grocer man tries to by Madame Patent Plaster, Fittings, .
Here is one from Mrs. De user of it for '25 years and will sell you bulk coffee. Tell him great the part'success.of Saint Mme Therese Bernhardt who lived plays gladiatorial Why lOrBecause time. I I ; 1.'4:I'

]Jamette: want i it aslong as life lasts. The! you know. so historians say. In the time of Phillip they would have so enjoyed V/ Everything for House Building ;,.: :.

"I coffee is worth three times its 'II, and fought in Old Castile Wiling the 'umpire."-Baltimore 4 w
highly
appreciate If your grocer won't supply, write to against the horrors ot the Inquisition American and Repairs.
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I ii FALICS display of this season's Trimmed Rata m as'no December'. has ever started. Tomorrow ;' ftft

ott: a perfect revelation of beauty,style and elegance. r we shalf begin our Record.
N Breaking Sale, with RecordBreakingPrices.
tig Hundreds of Hats here and no two alike-each an N A

: inspiration in itself, and into each our trimmers m We will not wait until after Christ- S
:: 1 'l rots,' but we willigive you the ,advantage ft;
: have woven some little trick of detail. Our clever' :

i,.H workers have certainly caught the spirit of Paris !X i hill au 'I when of you cut need:prices the before goods. and the we holidays need

:1 and New York, and, in consequence, you have the '" 4 I rJ the money. rJm

ti: greatest collections dainty and smart trimmed N

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50 dozen STREET HATS all this season's best shapes and newest |{|; k, a m A Record-Breaking Sale in. !n

s:1-i these Hats sold for $2.50 and $3.00-your choice MONDAY for flfl I Tailored Suits, Ladies'Coats nsN'

.. Skirts, Furs, mfU
.H Ill! 75 cents. : Shirt Waists anIS I 1--'L' ; i

g 25 dozen trimmed shapes velvet' .and. silk and French felt-hats that : .lll\\ Millinery.

I from $1.50 to $3.50 each-all. this season's newest shapes, choice MONDAY J{ I. ,J fI.I

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Iii"Now for Some Unheard-of Values in Trimmed : pleased Almighty of the ni
take N this sale. We briefly enumerate larg r- bargains
: Wisdom to
s M. .Coston m. offered. .
I f !! Trimmed Hats up to .$12 for $5.00. Some marvelous values in T .'- this court, cini
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lIt;t Hats up to $10 and'$12.It will be yourloss if you do not ask for these : it .is.*_: only a just C 1m Sweeping Reductions in all our Tailored Suits pj

It would take this whole paper to describe them. Your choice MONDAY of the departed

,I removal: from our A collection of Ladies' Suits made in-the very latest styles,
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t has lost a distin
$5,00. who .was ever::1 in navy, brown, and grays, worth $25.00 and $30.00tyour choice S 20.00 m

Hg One lot of high-class Tailored Hats, all colors, trimmed with quills, { was and friends worthy and of from now on .-..

I '1 N wings, coques, etc., in sailors, flats,. hoods, and other new styles; colors ii of this bar.
That we sincere- N A second lot of 25 styles 1 in all colors, and elegantly made, !U
black, garnet, navy and gray.. Former prices of these Hats were $5.50 ; I family of the de 00
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and $40.00 choice S
for MONDAY only- : with which formerly sold for $30.00, $35.00 your as mI

:1 .1 to afflict them, I long as they last .- .....-...
$3 95. consolation
.
I all things for the fU A collection of Coats in Grey Plaids and Fancy Stripes,

i ; That 'the testi-I N rect in every little detail, sold before for $8.50, $9.50 and $ corS 5 Om J

|2tt:| Sale Begins at 8 o'clock.. No. goods. charged during this !! and of sorrow the court be N your choice as long as they last, only ...u. ..... . . -. fU

forwarded friend. to All OUR CRUVEHETTES AND CHILDREN'S COATS AT ONE THIRD OFF THE FORMER PRICE Pl

II HATS FALK'S MILLINERY I JONES M.. LOFTIN, m SHIRT AISTSSHIRT WAISTS N

at all Prices: for B. JONES.
II ( "Committee." A lot of Madrass and Pique,Styirt Waists, beautiful patterns, m

z formerly sold for $1.50, going now at only . . . . 98ctsJ t. .
lium!I!!n III!!!III! III I I'' III!IIIIIIII!I!I!II!II''!I I! ml!!I!! mm mutll III III n II 11Im 111111 mmttI:::III I:I III I;::I:J I::;::1:I I: (
...........................p...N................$.............o.0'i HiV
: :1:::I:I:II:::::III II:;1III I:I I::I mill;III:11111111I1::11I111 I:II:II:::111111I:11111:::::::: II:mil m:::111 III:III I:II:I;111:::111111: ::: : : Prophet. J A lot of all-wool, Flannel, and Batiste Waists, in all colors $1.50 rJ

.,.. (of the Kaffir former price, $2,. $2.50, $3.00, for Monday, only . . . :.. 5 0 N)

c-.-..-. __.--__....-."... ..__..I cis B. Carter and Judge Africa, about the flJflj
jamin S. Liddon. century' the sooth- fU DONT-MISS THIS-A Sweeping Reduction in all our Furs-DON'T MISS THIS
kill their cattle
PEOPLE AND EVENTS II! Mrs. B. S. Liddon who :of grain. The S fit
iting in Pensacola for : were to arise

this will morning.leave for her home exterminate. The advice every KifU The Ready-to-Wear Store m

I
: BY AURELIE MAREAN BERNARD. .
I I When the day FALK FRIEDMAN, Props. m
I I Miss Mary and Miss arrived many of
left last week for a Of nr
sister, Mrs.'Rufus starving. But 29 S. PALAFOX STREET
TELEPHONE NO. 38 AFTER 3 P. M. t NN Miss. herds of cattle
Ituaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaeaaaaaaaaua2aa2222amBilL
crops not sown
1 I Mr. Scarritt Moreno terrible famine
. field Moreno have and in the months ,.,.. .. ......
(Continued from Twelfth Page.) The girls anticipate a jolly day and II bama where they have ugh the authori-
will take a chaperone with them prob- I a camp hunt for the past ,in their power to GOVERNING
is still with in New Or-
he
company ably returning home in the evening. 30,000 victims of a I
leans. The young lady students of the high Mrs. (Judge) F. B. to death. Can You Match This?
The wedding will be a quiet home school are loud in their praises of the anna, is in Pensacola AUTO ACCIDENTSBELGIAN
affair witnessed only by relatives and high school football team and expectthe Mrs. S. A. Moreno.
intimate friends of the families. Af- boys to come home covered with of Trouble
ter the ceremony announcement cards glory. The friends of Miss inclin MEASURE PROVIDES
will be sent to the friends of the daughter of Mr. W. C.
young diabolical in 14K Solid Gold Watch, Elgin movement ..............................$20.00
couple no Invitations to the wedding gret to learn that she is THAT CHAUFFEURS SHALLBE
PERSONAL MENTION.Mr. invented .. ..... ...
& 25-year Gold filed: Watch, Hampden movement ...... .....
having been issued. will probably be confined be Solid Gold Lockets as low as ..... ..................................$15.00 4.00
which S
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walker and their for some time. ? can open- CONSIDERED AT FAULT Solid Gold Cuff Links .............................. ..................$ Leo
: J.V. Bullard has "
sons Messrs. James. Dan and William returned home a knob and on the Solid Gold Scarf Pins ..................................................$ 1.00
from an extended in Mobile.
stay there.bas been
Walker, wlll'attend the wedding. Do you want the '
Gold and silver-mounted Umbrellas
.. The young couple will reside in New Mr.,F. E.,BaYles formerly'of Pen Blue Ribbon Lemon and from:the first Antwerp, Dec. 8.-A bin governing of the best quality at lowest prices.
Orleans. sacola- but. who now resides In Mobile solutely pure, go twice as storm center. It automobile accidents which has just Anything to be found In an up-to-date Jewelry store such as hand-
1 Is,here on a short visit. 'He will "Blue Ribbon Flavor is circles and even been laid before the Belgian senate painted China, Silver Novelties! Silver-plated Table Ware Carving... Sets; etc.
Next Saturday a number of Ask for the 25c size. provides that for all accidents to per- -
young leave tomorrow for Lincoln Neb., and n Telegraph. All goods engraved without extra charge. :
ladies of the Pensacola sons or property chauffeurs shall be i
high school, from there will go to Greenville Tenn.,
are contemplating a trip to mobile towitness I where he will spend the Christmas CARD OF presumed to be at fault the ownersor
the game of football to beplayed lessees being liable. Proor however
holidays with Mrs. Bayless and chil-
the i We take this method of the Act of God" or the victim's
by Pensacola high school dren., CLAD.
F. Davis
team and the Mobile Military Institute. our many friends in So well After fault may be submitted. A first con J. Jeweler
I G. Johnson Mrs. B. viction entails prohibition to conductor
Mrs. Aline Anson, who has been a 1 Coffee. 1
G. B. Gebhardt and Mrs.
resident of Bayou Grande for many I or an automobile for one year,
I years will leave next Wednesday for: for their kindness and almost distrac a second conviction for three. years Brent Building, 23 S. Palafox Street.
Greenville, Ala.,.where she will spend I us in our great sorrow, >.sia and heart while' third amounts to permanent .* ,
"The Best is What We Sell" some time visiting her daughter. :Mrs.J. of death took our prohibition. Indemnity for accidentsby yyy ,
I C. Richardson. Catharine from us, her others the drug unknown authors shall be paid by
and mother. -was slowly but an insurance fund created by a special
A party,of attractive young ladies MR AND MRS. A. K. her nervous sys- tax on all automobile owners or les- one of the requirements of life.
THERE
IS Miss Cora Scarritt Miss Etta Reiley Best in the cup, with natural diges- sees. The bill has a great chance of Glean I Clothes I will always be clean if you
and Miss Florence Davenport who Coi.ee. The only passing as Its tenor is popular. them to
the "I have
NOTHINGBETTER have been attending school at : writes
a guarantee of its QualitVan of All. The New Method Laundry
convent of ThQ Sacred Heart at Cull- always been sick Sweetest PHONE 1188 ,
man, Ala. will return to their respec-I and dyspepsia I Outlate I tell you, I enjoyed the E.W.LAWRENCE.AGENTS ProD. Nea lI'etllod' Laund" Bill,. W. RJUU: : if
tive homes at Bayou Grand to spend and mouth so sleep I got this morning. Fogey-Scientists WANTEO.'
the holidays, returning to school about almost distrac say lts the sleep you get be-
THESE COLDMOJ.1NINGS the first week la January. .eat' a thing for fore midnight that does you the most BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANY
Camp'sPork Outlate-That be, but It's
:Mr. J. A. Wright is entertaining his for nervousness, good. may w. T. BEDWE'L, PRES. AND MANAGER.
the I after I'm called in the Prepared to 120 aU electrIcal
sleep get
mother, Mrs. Wright at Bayou Grande. down at night I'd representative will repairing on short Dotlce. Ring phone 570 aDd a
call.V.
She will visitor son for several and my heart would morning that makes me feel good.- ..treeI \. T. Bidwen. President and Manager 205 S. BaTten
weeks remaining with him until after when I would Philadelphia Press.A .
than hot cakes with good the,holidays. I I it would gag me.j I .
make to me. I was thin Quick Cure. l***********.*****.
butter and syrup on .Mrs. TeL Byrnes, who died in Mobile an lbs. when I quit .............. .....
"How did Mrs. Getthere contrive to
a few days ago was a former resident dish and '|
DIAMONDS
them. We have use Postum. WATCHES I
of Pensacola where she leaves a that belching break her husband of smoking I JEWELRY,

Hecker's Flap-Jack Flour.....10ctsRalstOiVs large number of,relatives' and friends way ready. day stomach stopped.{ "She wouldn't allow any cigars In CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZE $
Pan-Cake flour....1Octa who sincerely mourn the loss of this ant to the down so easy and ; the house except what she bought herself :
10 estimable had to smoke them STERLING SILVERWARE, I
Hecker's and ....._Buck-Wheat...................25 tt. lady. chock full as soundly as,I,; and he to ART- POTTERY
month avoid hurting her feelings.BaltlmoreAmerlcaL |
the first OPTICAL GOODS.
Old-Fashioned Buck Wheat
6 pounds .............!.....25ct. I' Mr. W. S. Keyser by his arrived mother,last Mrs night'accompanied H. ishment, 10, friends they would CUT GLASSWARE. |

.S. Keyser, who has just come .over 20 cents.Campbell's be so fleshy .
Florida Syrup.One from England and who will spend n..1 ------ .
'some time in Pensacola the guest of I could answer Father (after a long search for a
Gallon Cans ..._..._... 5ets her son. Mr. Keyser visited Mrs. Soups i of the children or bock)-WelL here It is: I wonder why Engraving and Fine 'Stationery.Mall \
.... that is
.... 'Why
Half-Gallon Cans .35ctsFull
M Keyser and children in Washington, assorted say one always finds a thing In the last .
Quart Cans .............25cts for her'-they
Bulk In barrels (per gallon.SOcts40c and Mrs. Keyser Is expected to return I place In which one hunts! Son-I expect ------ I.
lb.-Fox River Butter .40c Ib.Rosenau&Gerelds. home about the first of January.Mr. cents. glad. It's because when we find what we ,
it to an one I
:) Orders
Receive
and Mrs. Hayward Strlngfield follow directions I are looking for we stop hunting. Prompt Attention. ;
are the parents of a fine baby daughter Sol Oahn & as it is not good i I : I
which arrived at their home 214 fine when it is Chaaee For .....Clt.I .
i North Hayne street Thursday sight.Mr. to get the flavor Aspirant-What do you think of my O.
Th. Pur. Food : Name given E,. Zadek Jewelry Co. \
I little poem:, "He1W.r5 Refused to
FANCY .. ...
THE GROCERS and Mrs. J. Walter Kehoe were Sesth.sstCsrneral.tu Creek Mich. .
{ Smile? Editor-WelL I think If
MOBILE
116 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. hosts Friday at a delightfully Informal Phones IJ ki, "The-Road to yoabad ALA. |
given him the poem to read
8 .< you C
dinner at their residence on West Ce- t "WRITE FOR tLLUS TRATEtif CATALOGUE." *
Phone 391 vantf'tt streel_to Judge and Mrs. Fran- bere's a reason.- would have broken the spelL j[ ...... ..****9**********. Mi.a..I.........


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TOMORROW LEARN. BOOKKEEPING! I". .I.# ; {

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Advices Received From }
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MtiN WILL STRAT OUR B;! Hans Vischer, Who Is The demand.'for Stenographers and Bookkeepers is con II r? .: 1

Itantly'lncreasing. Last week called in. 1
I we were upon to fill '
g ) .l HE On a Dangerous nine-good'positions. Our t
and
courses are practical terms very j .1
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"E H=g RecordBreaking d N:. Journey. tW> reasonable. it!! t l I

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j Special to The Journal. p Twentieth Century Bookkeeping. :

Ii I IIn Cairo, Dec ';Interesting letters
have just been received from :Mr.
Hans Vischer British _President at e non Light-Line Shorthand j

Kuka, Lake Chad who is now undertaking M"i! : f'i EWe
a dangerous journey throughthe :: ..

In Ti (ifif i and Chad.across forbidden the Great hinterland Sahara. of to Tripoli Lake have the largest night ...,,__.. -_./ '>:.r" /'"' tinl t.5 L": J

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MILLINERY Describing his journey Mr. Vischer school in Florida. Phone 900 -. ;- -,--- 1-! ..J. t
writes: "Until the members of the .
or call at the college\ and lets "-: II r 1
:caravan got to know each other there > < ; 1
u :was a continual trouble talk it over. t
between .J X".J t \ ,
I Arabs and natives. Among: my people :-- --------- ,- ... tifi 'i!
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Iii Sale I were fourteen Mugrihl camel I' '

I boys the worst Arab tribe, all armedto Pensacola Business College. ;;. : : :

N>.:.u Nt"HN"N the teeth. The Ara1s'and) the ne- sBf
n.tt, groes hated each other with the bitter NNN .
.hatered of the slave for : ::::;:liI:: .:nrnllnrlllmnnt: : :!: ; !'! !;: :::: :::: :: if I ::1 i'ld' ill'': I'ml :: ,
n.g Which will eclipse anything ever attempted here. Do not fail to inspect. this filii I I the sla.I h
trader. Here in the mountains we hada t
I
Great Department. It is an acknowledged fact that we have the prettiest Hats lul hard time. A dispute arose,with an ------ -- --- -

g in the city, and we intend selling them cheaper than you have ever bought them. Atl& ] negroeg as a great opportunity all .
-rff Just think Fj"j arms ,were got _out. As both parties I.. I

tl i Trimmed Street Walking Hats worth $2.00 to at only . 75c &= were preparing to fight I sprang' be-
go : ? I tween them, unarmed, and shouted to "
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raF White Felts in all shapes, worth easily $2.00, for . .',. . . 98c t!riNB | them it to was fire. some The ruse time was before successfulbut quiet I RRIw ; \

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Na a All our Pattern Hats at a big; reduction. Time and space will not permit :.m was. "In restored.the mountains of Gbarian I flVk : :. !. I I

Boo full descriptions of each line. Come and be convinced. found to my astonishment people live

ing Through in entrances subterranean tea yards dwellings.long Your Doctor t 1.
Will 1
II THE READY-TO-WEAR STORE : and court one yard broad wnlah ir. eanta was upon ia reality a... great a i


|p FALK & FRIEDMAN, Props. 29 South Palafox St. %tt:.!. great this all hole of open the rooma to to and iky. BUllIes lfp.n Recommend Red RocK.. : : J: .

;: converge. The rooms dark,
: ; ::::::= ::11 11I11:11: mll! IIIIIIII!II'1111:1111::1111:II: 1111'11 II::1111I111:11:1: a 1m II;Illm m=l were very Jj
Tii--tmr.m1mm: iallslrt; >Ma+pia.ein.rk..ailfit paaMebar-.rarilafiiimRfaE>YEt9 lOBHiiZ kp9G115Sflfa>aAi. S661'' > there were no windows, but the most Ginger Ale i.
:_ mmnmmn!,:" ::I:::::::;mlmIIIIHll: : ::;1 1111111:111_:II:1 IIIJlW 1111/:/l I=u mmrm+:::;I:m Ilttmw:: absolute cleanliness prevailed. Round Y ; t

the courtyard runs a wall which ;'
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protects the dwelling underneath."I *
hard fought from the start to the had attracted the attention of the made some Interesting observations : '. I
finish. entire country If not the world, in the desert. The difference t
TOE C CASE Of Representing: Mrs. Post were Attorneys agrees to end her practice of "men between the Bight and the day is al- I As a delicious, non-alcoholict non-stimulating beverage to : 1

Bisbee & Bedell of Jacksonville, : tal healing" insofar ,at least, as it is ways at least twenty degrees (Colsius drink at home, nothing excels Red Rock Ginger Ale. Add : ] .
and Cot Otis T. Green, of Ocala. For : necessary to use the mails therein .) Beyond Gharian the ground to this its beneficent
the government appeared District At.! provided the jail sentence shall be re rises up to the hills where fig and marvelously influence on digestion,
I torney Stripling: Assistant Attorney mitted. olive groves lie among Roman ruins and you have the truly ideal beverage. it
MRS. POST General Campbell, of Washington.A II She admits her poverty points out and under ground villages. J .
conviction was secured by the that more than $25,000 has been spentin :
United States, and Judge Locke before counsel fees and pathetically states t '
Look the Red
whom the trial was held sen-! that she has now no certain means of BALLON TRIP J for Rock Crown rl'

1 (Continued from Ninth! Page.) tenced Mrs. Post to imprisonment in providing for the future. The court at. stopper on bottles- ,y ED ....
the United States penitentiary at I when her fine had been paid made an ACROSS ALPS '
I ition of your body Look to and lean : Nashville for a period of a year and a I 1 larder remitting the jail sentence, < IT IS YOUR ONLY PROTECTION rOC : :
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I I.n me Your friend. prosequis were entered in the it

"HELEN WILMANS, per J." I I day.An appeal was taken to the.circuit ,other cases, and it had all ended. JWCtiUMOCtAJIAKU '. .
Questioned in Washington.When court of appeals and a new trial or. To tIle world in general this storyof AERONAUTS ;MAKE PUBLIC THE / Sold in. bottles at aU groceries etc., ;

questioned in Washington as : dered. z. woman's amassing of wealth by DETAILS OF REMARKA.&lE and OH draught founts.. GFI '
to her power to transmit this "thought I' The Last Trial. preying upon the confidence and superstitions ,:
connection," Mrs. Wilmans said it 'f The last trial; which began last.Jan- of the afflicted has some VOYAGE. 'I:
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was just as easy to hare the "thought' uary WES held before Judge Aleck,, thing of comedy and tragedy both j>
idea" with thousands as it was with Boarman of Louisiana, who was presiding -within it To the penniless central z '
( ne. She averred that no matter for Judge Locke.. I figure, to her who made it all possible /I i- :
Special o Tile Journal
where she was. or what she was do-! Mrs. Post was represented by the it is nothing: but the veriest and Milan, Dec,,8.,:-The aeronauts.Ufuelliand ) x y f. .
.o her deal brain" was throwing same attorneys who had defended her. dreariest tragedies! "*..?. Crespi who recently crossed the Trade supplied by Consolidated Grocery Co., PensacolaFla. ): L f
mt this endless flow of helpfulness in the first trial and who had Alps in a balloon for the first time on w
:into all her "patients." l| cured a new trial for her. For se-I I AN ODD DUEL. record have just made public details
The charges against Col. Post and government the same_ _attorneys_ ; f
:Ma. Burgman were as accessories toA petred: save that Attorney John mountains concerning their The distance voyage from across Milanto the Usnelli and Crespi state that at a ..N.NN.NN.NN.. 1NN..NN.....N.NNN.NN.0. : J
fraiiQ. They did not profe to be Cheney had succeeded CoL Stripling It Introduced a Frenchman <. tk.* height of 6,000 metres they had a per- : kt.
.. Alz-les-Barns measured in
ra lbUite astraight
of B cball. fect of the of
sight sphericity the
mental science healers. Col. Post as United States district attorney.Mr. b .r..r.i
line is 160 miles'and this was : SURPLUS SUPPLY : : t
A Frenchman earth. The actual
simplj had of the financial challenged an American crossing over ;
charge Stripling' however, was' called in by !
covered in four hours P h
and five minutesThe
branch of the to'fight.. The American a husky :Mount Blanc caused them intense eac as 1' ,
enterprise and d 1 the government to assist. in the prosecution highest speed attained was 62 ELBERTA AND CARMEN : : E
emotion. Below looked: : \
everything i
.T\.J\ his time to the development of six footer from Tale, who had pitchedon
miles hour. ;
per At a height of 5.000
like endless of ice. In the
1 property, etc iMr Again a.: conviction was secured and the baseball team and stroked tbe an sea i ,
metres the aeronauts were compelledto huge'"white plain it seemed as if the in two to three-feet stock at 5 cents each.
Burgman was the business Klondykc r j
man1 this time Mrs Post was sentencedto crew, was loath to accept and took the have recourse to oxygen to enable i .jj ,
;'a.1;>,' general of the publishing company of and pay a fine of $300;:; and be impriilOn-1: matter as something of a joke. The them to breathe and their pulses down.mountains So had deep suddenly were the been emotions crushed of i' and Lady Thomson Strawberry Plants at $2.50 per 't. f; i l i .
supervision the priut-1 ed in the Duval county i
count pressed his desire for satisfaction were beating at the rate of 130 per i '
the two aeronauts that Uiej were thousand.
n.., the distribution anti sale of Mrs. :
: period of thirty dajs.Notice : and at last the son of old Eli consented minute. The height reached was because :
to of the
>\ ilnians books pamphlets and pa-, pf an appeal was it once I compelled weep majesty All stock in Write I 1,
other for list
The I to meet him stipulating that he 6,800 metres where the thermometer .of the scene. They landed in a'' proportion. price : 1 11 j
;"* ni. company published Free- given bond was provided and the i :'
registered 34 degrees C. below
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zero
,
should choose his meadow about two hundred t.
Sec
,11IIl. a sixteen page weekly, of which famous case dragged along until a own weapons. (29 tfeg. T.) Three degrees lower the yards at once. Address f ;
:.1-I:-.' \Mlmans was
,',lilY also published the Breeze a 10-1' a writ of error. I. combat chosen by the American was ballast which the intrepid aeronautshad OYSTER FAMINE. i C. R. LONG Nurseryman, Andalusia, Ala. ] .
eat! weekly j The Tragic Ending. baseballs at twenty paces It was taken with them frozen intoa .
Post declared that the arrest I Then conditions changed. Mrs.I dcngeroualy close range for a man who hard block of Ice so that when they see .... N..N NNNNh4... N Ne ..
flf i :Mrs Wilmans was the result of Post's health' began failing and. des- spent three years twirling inshoots arrived over Aix-Ics-Bains they had to Some twenty in a line If tI
Mute! and persecution, and that the pite the claims she had All loaded down with oysters. I .
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and outdrops over a twelve inch plate open the valve to descend.A 1' {
doctrine of "suggestive therapeutics" she could not heal herself In this good old Autumn tIme.Therels ,
was advanCed'1 and likely to be a pretty accurate shot a hollow in my stomach. ,I .
generally accepted as a new and resources so quickly d 'il
," fence and was really pure mental had as quickly faded. She with a baseball, but the Frenchmanwas And my pulse is twenty-tilree + :!: .. '
drnce the seventy-five year mark game, and they met on the out- NEW DISCOVERYFOR For in those piles of oysters I w r k
The First Conviction. prisonment probably meant death. skirts of the city: at daybreak. MENDING TORN GARMENTS. There are some for you and me.We've .+ '
Then came the trial, and It was Realizing it all, this ,,woman 1m-I Each was to have three shots and without Mend sewing.every kind Package of torn mailed garment with i : ;.h
the count won the toss and thereby the full Instruction on receipt of 15c-money been told there were no oysters. 1rh t .
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----- ---------- or to The oyster crop had died;
----- stamps
privilege of leading off. Perhaps he
M., M. FEINGOLD.P. They must have come to life again
tf! No woman's happiness I had never seen a baseball before and, O. Box 353. Ptna cela, Fla. Or else some one has lied: I ;
lfl) ai can be complete at any Fate, the man from Yale had no But never mind those little things; ,, WA .rf1f.j :

W V jJ.. Jit without children; it difficulty in dodging the adamantine We hear them every year; I .

is her.nature to lotemJf spheres which the son of Belle France There's other things we have to buy, .I: '
; a and want themasmuchpoasitis sent scaling in his direction. And some of them .are here. I -;" t :
A Then the American opened fire. The 4 ,
Jh 1t1'A'1? \ ::. .
Eggs fifty cents per dozen.
Dli fJ!fi1 Jii N ." to ]love'tire beau. first ball, the grazed second the lodged Frenchman'sshouMer in the pit Beef thirty cents a pound '..",: tt ;,t ..

tiful and pure. t The price of coal going up, t. s t ;,'
of his stomach and the third, an in- >
.
The critical ordeal And the mercury going down. 'i .. !
which the mother
through ;
expectant must pass shoot, caught him fall an the point of
however, is so fraught with dread, pain, suffering and danger, that the the chin. He went down and out and i But'hat's It might the as well use of be talking.said. ?

very thought of it fills her with apprehension and horror.: There is no never challenged another American cit Other folks will do the same i 4 1ti

necessity the reprodaclion of life to be either painful or dangerous.: izen. When all these folks are dead. t it ..r

The use of Mother's Frisnd! so prepares the system for the coming event Exchange. N.g aj -

that it is safely passed without \e Plaoe For Grumblers. .... t ,.- ;
any danger.: This great and wonderful Let Him BI IU 1m. ..' .
is A man who stands on the street ,corner .
remedy always applied { I chewing and ,telling how A minister, addressing a meeting of
externally, and Ei: spitting the,London Bible society of which the Chrmmas Gft i.
Jfiot1Je' 1'.7 the government should be run'eursing'the Best ; .
has carried thousands Marquis of Anglesey was president
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.
Jl; a town finding fault with his grand '.
of the said that St Peter refused to admit
women through
trying crisis without suffering. mother aiming because that the she merchants was a are woman a.lot, Touching on TrousersIf tbe.marquis as a peer or as Welling For W4&, Mothftr Bsu.. iJ bier. j11 ,. ;i

ton's old oScer or lord" lieutenant of .
send fir free book rontuni-7 iafonuatiou of that the Sister !Sweet beartBY
of '_ thieves lawyers and newspaper or ;
pdcek5s.ciue tn oil I eiyctat taotfcen. 4 oJ you're a bit touchy about Ireland or the leader of the nOrM zTL
rl e III men would skin a man to a finIsh -
Its Bradfield Recuiatar Co., AUaztr.; G... and a whole lot more, is a nuisance the way your tailor touches up guards Waterloo, but let him'right t',' ,: !o.
in as soon as 'fee knew that he was .
trousers-that's your prix t",
and an abomination.: Any town pea your
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tered with one or more such worthies liege. ; .1

I would be justified in exercising cowhide ; -'. .
again-touch us. nvo SINCEISTOPES 4
Try
Be First ID Attack. THIS. SI81
I! High i Grade American\ authority Xo one on the is' obliged bosom of theirtrousers -..live'where Our splendid array of pants .An old Scotch ,drillmaster, so the YOU KAY n s r,- ;

patterns presents unusual field story goes taught his pupils the art of KNOW Alva wtu EVtRYWKERE' :
he is not suited. If things don'tsuit
hair line thrusting with the' uber until they -r-4-
Portland CementHARD selection-neat ,
you go where they wilL A growler for j
were quite proficient"Now '
and a sorehead In a town is:an en- effects and other choice ideas .
I teach us to parrr.aid they.. M i
WALL PLASTER KEYSTONE LIME ACME terprise killer every time.-:MacLsviile by the scoreevery one touchesthe '"<>b." said b s -*rou must do the .
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DOJBLE: FLINT COATED ASPHALT ROOFING FELT oa (Kan.) Enterprise. spot -
1.2 right
I thrustingtad let your enemy do the sold at lower lr f '
.prices
AND 3-PLY. FIRE BRICK, etc. II These machines; are now being ,
I can't touch our quality. parryinr.1
Beg to state {fcat we are now in shape to make deliveries LI Osage BloMoms. I you quality- considered, than :any; other. \\ etbcr you propose; I::J 'I 1 J
touches are
I Jn Oar Parthenon Brand of .A Much uncertainty exists 'as, to why. Our finishing H er Opportaalt7' the purchase of a machine or not there is much to.interest j,
the orange: blossom has been so much I great. Wlf -I had better take that bat for t.
1 Pure White Portland Cement.uaranteet worn by brides but tbe general opla Not much touch to our prices. 45 shillings. Husband-Bat I've only most worceaat any Singer Store-all are cordially jilted.t .f. : .

I ion seems to be that It was adoptedas got :{2 with me now. rn have to owe I
; to pass the specification of the United States Sold only by
I Army LIncineer: American Society of Civil Engineers etc. an emblem of fruitfulness. According i Trousers Tailored Right them the odd 6 shillings. TOfe-Oh,
Architects Contractors and Block Manufacturers will to some authorities the practice I I !then"111-take .Ella_QUO for 3 guineas. J'Fi
I Please I"t'mf'mber of high-class results that cane SINGERSewing 1
the variety
has been $5.00 to 18.00 Five shlfflTiga Jj too Insignificant 1 .
> aon.r'd from the use of Pure White Portland Cement. derived from the Saracens, a '
Immediate deliveries for carloads) and small lots. made 1 among whom the orange blossom was pun to Infe.
from otr; stocks Montgomery Pensacola. Birmingham and Machine Company id
.. regarded as a of f.
uo d!r* t from mill. r' symbol a prosperous
Tour ''OII<'('t telegram will get our prices on small lots marriage, a circumstance which Is -Ma.Saved Dim. ., --_ a
as Yit'.110;i carload to be fact PRICXEIT, TEKSON 6 r AKDNERI Miss Opper-I win never marry V 1
l.Ol&4 i. partly accounted for by the you. i :
t TAILORS U Brenl UBuUn9Incorporated. Qh, heavens I would blow 1 al :
that in the east the oran: tree bears I Deokelaen- ;
Carolina Portland C mont, Co., ripe fruit and blossoms at the same ( .) my brains out if we were not in.'tb e: 4; I'J

Atlanta, Ga. a time. FRANK B. GARDNER, Manager. .1 midst of the busy season and I hue so 32-South Palafox St. C -
to do Bl1Uer.
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SOMETHING DOING HEREabout
l THERE'LL BE

' OUR STOCK IS UP-TO-DATE. Christmas. We're. going to tell you about it in our

t;; 'That which wasn't was sold a year ago. "Left WJ J.J & B. FORBESPensacola's ad.' next Sunday. This store has proven itself a store of

overs" find no lodgement on our shelves. Goods talk ,,
r surprises, but the climax of surprise bargains will ben
r but they talk two languages. Ours talk style and perfec- '
J Store. reached in our next offering.
leading Department
tion. The moral is obvious.,



Ii OUR SHELVES ARE MORE ELOQUENT THAN WE ARE.



!1 : But we can say a thing or two about our store, its appointments, service, bargain opportunities and general system. We can tell you of our years


Iii of reliable dealings, our thousands of pleased patrons; that our perfect store treatment will make you return. To be sure we are not perfection, but we


I are aiming to come near it. If our ads cant tell you everything, our store and shelves can. __

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{j;. I; All-Over Lace Waists. Imported Bric-a-Brac for Xmas Gifts MILLINERY'SUITED. TO ", J'


,. ,I There Is no question about your affording YOUR TASTE.;
j ._ Ii 1 an allover lace waist now It is easy to forsee'the difficulty. of making full gift- *. i

i. s while popular prices and always are ;away up-to-date down.but Ever only purchasing plans, and we feel that a suggestion to aid you ; 150 Hats, t

I : i 2 dozen Just received. .- in a desirable selection won't conic amiss. Let us suggest .
There is stunning elegance -
t 1F. $5.00 to $8.00. Japanese Austrian or German Bric-a-Brac. Imported a ,
: and refinement to our
i obtained Xmas while in .
samples by our special buyer -
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I ; New York looking for something new this year. We can't ..._ millinery that appeals to theThere's .
, And there'snothing
careful dresser. r
Clearance Sale Notes. tell you all about them now_ but we are willing to say ':_.":,

Vg' that here are some of the cleverest gifts obtainable at _I time-worn or shopworn -
a speed limit selling goods : the beautifulcreations
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same as In running an auto-and we're -'v- prices astoundingly low. Over 500 'pieces on display. See among ;
J nearly there. We're though '" offered here tomorrow -
game "*. ,
!J Etas
; show window now, to be sold now.
1 I and so long as the stock lasts the '
h wonderfulbargain
a.suc ; ;
'I f goods are yours if you want them.
J." y Ladies long: coats, jackets and Craven- ; OFFERED AT ON EHALF VALUE. prices. They are extraordinary ?, 1

ettes this time. JARDINIERS. VASES ,
1. I indeed. FuN 0 fl' r ,+ +
The pick of the finest assortments. F
Of exquisite coloring and unusually Isn't kind o _R
blended. Novel designs goodness. your
Here are t\vo items we are proud to offer. They exemplify attractive ornamentation. Very dainty. ,. Beautifully . . . ,
: and decorations. here? !
1 everything in quality, style, and low cost. t ,
TANKARDS. .
1. *. < PLATES. $4.50 Values 'f
1 25 $5.00 Shirts all $7.50 Shirts The product of the very best foreign 100 hand-pained plates for decorative $2,50 to \ 1 jI

for $3.50 each. for $5.50 each. features.factories. Each with distinctive novel purposes effective.or general use. Striking and For $1.50. /


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: I W.at T.7:30 Tracy.p. m. Prayer All are meeting cordially Wednesday Invited. I THE JOURNAL'S CHRISTMAS [

.1 ARMY HOT AfTER L Church ServicesJI I Second Second Church Church of of Christ Christ.-Scientist.Sclentlst-I Bankrupt Sale

Services every Sunday morning at 11

o'clock"ednesday. Reading room open evening daily at from 7:30o'clock. 10 EDITION NEXT SUNDAY Monday Dec. 10 at 11 a. in.
.1 a. m. to 3 p. m..-where Christian Science ,
1 1 DOLLAR FORCHRISTMAS literature may be had. Room 6, Masonic __uu._____u______

; Ministers to notify are The respectfully Journal promptly requested of Temple First Church of Christ. since the reconstruction days, and All the stock, furniture and fixtures of the
It Will Be the Best Editionof
any change in the order of servicesat First Cnurch of Christ Scientist-Services his article is an exceptionally good
for their this respective column churches. Notices at Pensacola Library at 11 a m. I estate of. Hoist Bros. bankrupt at the northeast -
should
] Journal not later than 6 reach p. m.The on welcome.every Sunday. Strangers are always the Kind Ever Issuedin one.Mrs.. A. E. MacDavid writes of the ,
Saturday of each week. work of the Daughters or the Confed- r corner of Baylen and Zarragossa streets
I
I Y. M. C. A. Pensacola.FINE eracy, while :Mrs. S. A. Moreno tells ,
Y. M. C. A.-Association building open of the organization and objects of
(Continued from Ninth Page.) The order of services at the various from m., led 3 to by 6 J.p.W.m.;Lurton Song Service for the at purposeof 3:30 p. the Children of the Confederacy. Pensacola, Fla. Each article to be sold separately

(churches in and near Pensacola to-day learning the of the Association i Capt. John'Rourke, of Santa Rosa
city; Lottie Johnson city; Blanche will be as follows: .songs ARRAY OF LOCAL TALENT For further information apply to
hymnaL Bible class at 4 p. m. j county, tells of the development of .
Larcom, city; Helen Morgan, city; : : ,
. Harry Lee Mason, city Dorothy Durk- Catholic. I Methodist. X the timber and lumber industry and
; St. Michael's WILL MAKE CHRISTMAS PAGES ALFRED MOOG
Church-During the win- of various other features in connection I
Joh'nParker Palafox Street Methodist Church-
lln, Birmingham, Ala.; Billie ter months services will be as follows ,
Marianna, Fla.; Barbara First Mass, 7 a. m.; Children's Mass, 3 a.: I Regular services at 11 a. m. Sunday INTENSELY INTERESTING-JUSTIN I' with the growth of that county.
school at 9SO/ a. m., J. N. Andrews, su
m.; High Mass, 10:30 a. m.; Vespers Mayor Bliss will have a' special Trustee.
Neff, city; Willie Simpson, city; Era perintendent. Epworth. League at 6:30
Rosary and Benediction 4 p. m: Baptisms TIME FOR ADVERTISERS AND Christmas contribution which will be
m. ..
D., Howe city; Alvin W. White, city; at 2 p. m. p. '60
Jessie S. Walton, Jr.. city; Margaret St. Joseph's Church-Low Mass and Instruction -I .Gadsden Street Methodist ChurchRev.F. BUYERS. I read with- interest by alL
,
A. Services
Rogers pastor. at
Mary Pons, city; Inez E. Croft, city; I m.High ,Mass T a. m.and; Sunday Instruction School, 10 at 9 a. 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., conducted to-day by the 1Ii5SJefferson Bell, The whose Journal'sTallahassee let .Mf......e.a.t.....M.+.f.....+..+.........++..+**4.4
a. correspondent
Carrye Edwards, city; Alice Edwards, Vespers, Rosary and Benediction m.; pastor. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.I.. .
of the B. Tiller, superintendent. I ters are read with so much Interest, 4
Epworth
Leagueat ,
city; Katrina Terry, city; Lillie Mae Blessed Sacrament at 4 p. m. 'Mass during .
Gibson city; John Reynolds Gibson, the week is at 7:30 a. m.. except I 6:30 p. m.Powelton Circuit-Rev. J.V.. Breed- Work on The Journal's Christmas will contribute a special article for i ELECTRIC FLAT IRON FREE 30 DAYS'TRIAL :
Monday and ,
Friday when it will be offered this occasion.
city; Clarence Morgan, city; Robert at 8 a. love pastor. Geo. H. Hicks assistant: Edition which Trill appear next Sun ,
m. During Advent, Lent
Tarance, city; Herbert EL Riedel. city; the months of May and October. Holy and First; Sunday, Powelton, 11 a. m. and 7 day, Dec. 16, is progressing finely and Capt.;; H. F. Harman, of the Salvation '
Mass is offered p. m. First Sunday. Pine Forrest 3:30 p. Army tells of the Army's workin WHEN THE ELECTRIC FLAT IRON COMES'IN AT THE DOOR t
O. L. Johnston, city; Lillian Smith, at 8 a. m. on week days. indications are that it will be the
Second
Confessions in m. Sunday Muscogee. 11 a. mand OTHER SAD-IRONS GO OUT OF THE WINDOW.
the evenings before Pensacola and elsewhere. :
city; Pebley Barrow city Frankie A. Holy Days of Sundays 7 p. m. Third Sunday, Brent, 11 a. most interesting special number I
Gaillard, city; Dorothy Fredericksen, Fridays from 4 p. m.Obligation to 9 p. and m. First Bap m. Third Sunday Warrington 7:30 p. m. which The Journal has ever issued. "The Passing of the Old Time Dar
I
city; Tessie Morgan city; Mary Emma tisms Sundays at 2 p. m. or by Fourth 7p.m Sunday. Escambla, 11 a. m. and I There will be a variety of Christ- key," will be the subject of an exceptionally SAYES YOUR CLOTHES IS NEVER TOO COLD i iI
McDaniel, Milton, Fla., Albert Jerni- ment. mas features, Illustrations, stories,' well-written descriptive article 2
fan, Pine Barren Fla.; Dudley Creigh- Unlversalist. apPOint-I Baptist. and articles' bylo a1 and foreign!i by \V. C. Jones. SAVES YOUR, TIME IS NEVER TOO HOT :
ton, city; Lloyd Wheat, city; Hampton First Universalist Church First Baptist, Church-Rev. Thos. M. writers, and the advertisements will Rev.'Percival H. Whaley contributesa
Jernigan, Pine Barren, Fla.; Katie C.street.U. Sunday School at 10 a. m. Y. P. Callaway. m.. Judge pastor.K. D. B Sunday ggs. superintendent.School at 9.30a. form a complete directory of the enterprise special Christmas sermon. I SAVES YOUR MONEY IS ALWAYS READY :
at <
Buck city; Susie Kiedinger, city; conduct the p. services m. Rev.to-night.Chas. P. Hall All will Preaching a' 11 < m -" '" -- and energy of Pensacola's Mrs. Lizzie Lee Coley, whose SAVES YOUR PATIENCE IS CLEAN
are ALWAYS
p. m. Dr. W. "W. Hamilton will preach has attracted much attention i
poetry so -
Sadie Kugelman cuy; Willie Harris cordially invited to attend. business element. Among the special .
at ,
Jr., city; Hilda Louise Harris, city; (j'Spaulding tnese seivioea., corresponding* i r tryOf the contributers to the Christmas Edition through the columns of The i': .

Walter Mayo, city; Marion Baker, Christ Church-Rev.Episcopal.P. H. Whaler D. i.Woman's Missionary Union will speak to will be the following: Journal contributes a charming poem Y Can Be Attached to Any Incandescent Lamp Socket. i
city; Milton Wood Lappington, Mobile D., Rector. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m.; the lad iE'S. Former Mayor W. E. Anderson will on "How December Came to Have I I
Ala; W. F. Mapoles, Milli- Morning service at II. I East Hill Baptist Church, 11th Avenue have an article on "Some Tragediesof Christmas." t cut out this advertisement and send to us and we will send you complete .
and Chase street Rev. J. W.
Senternt
St. Katherine'a Church. Cervantes and T. : outfit on free triaL .
Geo.
gnu Fla.; Ida Fay Stinson De- Davis streets-Rev. Andrew T. pastor. Sunday School at H 'a. so.l I Pensacola Bay"Judge City Comptroller Morgan .
Funiak Springs; Myrtle Crawford, T. B., rector. Sunday services Sharpe at S. Preaching every second and fourth Sun- Chas. H. Laney writes a 1 i, will have a Pensacola boom article, :
city: ; Annie Mooney, city; Viola Roth J and 11 a. m.; Sunday School at 9:30 a.7:30 m. day at 11 a. m. and 7:30:: p. m. Prayer Christmas Article that is full of beautiful containing some excellent advice. 2 Name ................................................. .
city, ; Alice Louise Roch, city. Weed-day services on Wednesday and i!meeting o'clock. every Tuesday'night at 7:30 sentiment and practical example. I Miss E. Nellie Beck former society .
Friday at 4 .
Correct answers were received from St. John's p.Church.m. 'arrington-Rev. West Hill Baptist Church. West Jackson Prof. I. E. Allen will tell of a "Gan- editor of The Journal but now of Address ..............................................
Clinton Hurd and Myrtice Pace but A. T. Sharpe, priest in charge. Services street-Rev. J. W." Senterfit- pastor. der pulling" that occurred years ago Denver, Colo., will contribute a I 0
were not written upon The Journal's every Sunday at 4 p. m. every Sunday first School and third at 10 Sunday a. m.at Preaching 11 a. m. when he was a young man. I special article that will interest all of i Escambla Co. Electric Light &. Power Co. Contract Dept. ANNNNNIN

coupon, therefore could not go with Lutheran Church. and 7:00 p. m. Prayer meeting every Thos. McMillan, another of "Sage her old friends here-and that means .N.N.NNNNN+.....1NNI..+.....+.1
the correct answers to be drawn for German Lutheran Cfiurch-Rev. J. F. Sunday at 7 p. m. Leaves," contributes V greeting for every reader of the paper.
the prizes. W. Reinhardt, pastor. Sunday School at and East Garden End Baptist street-Sunday Church, school 13th avenue 10 a. Christmas and then New Year. State Senator John S. Beard will

The Journal's Puzzle coupon bearingthe lish 9 a. service m. German 7 p. m.service Sunday 10:30 school a. m. Eng- m. Dr. D. W. Wakefield. who is conduct Capt. J. W. Lang of Muscogee, discuss the matter of a constitutional
correct date. practice ing revival services at the First Baptist convention for Florida.
'
at 2 p. m.Norwegian writes about the growth of Pensacola "\ : >>
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Those whose answers were not all Seamen's Church-Rev. Jno. Church will preach at 11 a. m. I I _Prof. J. B. Lockey. .of. Pensacola'sHigh G r DUg46 Q e4W .
correct are Herbert Franklin White Helie, pastor. Services, 10:30 a. h Moaer4d
: m.; First Christian Church. School will contribute a very a '
city; Janie Caldwell Bohemia. Fla.; dinavians Holy Communion cordially, 7:30 invited.Presbyterian.p.. m. AU Scan- First Christian Church 43 East Gregory Interesting school article. I W mJ"
Naomi Marzoni. city; Bertha Langley, I'trt'E't-8unday School at 10 a. m., H. J. Secretary J. H. Sherrill and Physical y Are You Planning to Remodel ?

"Warrtngton; Minerva R. Jones, city.A First Presbyterian ,I ilackey.Preaching superintendent.at .11 a. m' and Rally 7:30: p.Day.m. Instructor F. B. :Magee, of the Y. AP'S ,
large number of letters were received S. Sibley. pastor., Preaching Church-Rev.at 11 Julian a. !m. Prayer meeting Thursday at 7.30 p. mAll M. C. A., will tell of the work being If you contemplate remodeling your present '
b ythe puzzle editor who appreciated and 7:30: p. m. Sunday School at 9:30 a. I I are cordially invited. done by that excellent institution In
them very much.IF m. Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. Pensacola. home now or in the near future you should .
Sunday School at the Stoddart Avenue Ventilation. i
YOU WANT TO ENJOY SOME- Mission at :3:30 p. m.. C Jo'. Zeek. superintendent -I I Have we ever stopped to think how Supt. N. B.of Cook one tellers of the will most study the subject of Plumbing. Good plumbing is one of the
All are cordially invited. interesting story relate J
THING NICE TRY ONE OF OUR our ancestors two or three generations some of his experiences at the happiest features of a_ modern home. It not only contributes ,
FRUI CAKES. FREE OF GRIT. Church of Christ. back lived and flourished with little or evacuation 4 J .
of Charleston when Sher-
the comfort and health of the but is
FRUITS PICKED AND MASHED. Church of Christ corner Jackson to occupants, a source
Alcaniz streets-Bible School at 945 'I I no ventilation in their sleeping apart- s man's Army made its famous marchto R
.5 WEST FLORIDA STEAM BAKERY. Preaching at 11 a. m.'and 7:30 p. ments? The night air used to be considered the sea.Secretary. of pride to the owns.I .

a very dreadful menace to Jones of the Chamber of : : I
Commerce will tell of the growth of We will gladly discuss
health and a sure inducer of colds.
Sunday Morning, December 9, 1906. Bedrooms were kept Jcloely! shut, and Pensacola and the work of that im- i : plumbing with you and
*"nt nrsThotion.Various ,
yet our ancestors, many of them were I I por members of The Journal'sstaff }t give yon the benefit of our

hardier than we and lived to good old will also contribute special articles : h ; ,
PUZZLE COUPONI Having! installed
ANSWER i experience. ,
ages. Animals burrow in .their holes in addition to their regular f f

at night, breathing the same air over work which always makes 'fhe Jour- I i modern plumbing

I Must Be Written en This Coupon Kink. No and over again, while birds and fowls II nal's Sunday, edition superior to anything 4 systems in numerous fine I "

Attention wffl Ie Paid Those Not Writttn On It. No tuck their heads under their wings. Of in this section of the state. homes
Then there will be special articlesby we can refer you to
Exception to this Rule. course ventilation is absolutely neces-
sary for proper comfort, cleanlinessand outside writers some of which are 4. many satisfied customers. ,

My answers to.the puzzles in The Journal today ut as follows: health, but people have lived on I by as follows Walton: Williams"In Santa the Claus"Doll Land Hospital : .4r .A little knowledge on the
:
: little or none of it for hundreds and Women's Juliets '
thousands of by J. A. Ererton; a Christmas subject will be No.1 ;years. "Old Abe Peters. by Joe Cone
poem. ;
ia the selection of the
the Blackloe. FrankH. 1e you ,
I Our New Juliets Very "Christmas by
A..ther Soft Answer. are Sweet; a poem "When Santy r bat material and fixtures, (
No. 2. "I'm glad to say," remarked Mrs. Handsome. Comes by Bessie: White; "A "Wyo '
Etrongminde(; In insinuating tone That They are Comfortable Beyond ming Hold-up a thrilling story of and in their proper location -

"that my husband Is not a sporty man." Any Other Winter Foot Covering. the west by Alice Louise Lee; and throughout the house. ;

Ko.3Ka. "Oh," replied Mrs. Kaflyppe. looking numerous other articles by such
very sweet and Innocent; "I'm surprised Every Woman Knows That has Ever authors as Kate Clyde. Vinceno Al- If you will call to con- i

to hear you say that I had always I' Worn a Pair. fano. Alberta Platt. and others. suIt ns, we will! show
\ \ 4 supposed that he must have married Several Styles and All Sizes. The Journal's Christmas Edition Is )
going to be the very best that haseVE'r i\ you the samples of
you on a bet.-Chlcago Record-Herald.
been issued In this part of Flor !
Ware
No.S. $1.00 and $1.50.We ida. It will appear Just nine days before 'Stoadard' we

I BnrtnrIt e. SeW ct Christmas-in nlenty of time for have in our showrooms ;

is told of the son of a horse dealer, Have Many Other StylesIn advertisers but still late enough to and prices. "Staadmid" Ware is the best plumbing
quote you
N'J.> < 1 a sharp lad, when once unexpectedlycalled Women's House partake of the epnuine Christmas
upon by his father to mount a spirit A week later would haven material made-every piece is guaranteed. Ask for our Illustrated i

horse and exhibit its paces, 'the little Foot Wear. >n too late to be of any service to booklet "ModernHome Plumbing. '

No. 7. f fellow whispered the question In order Boudoirs in Black, Red, Blue either advertiser or Christmas buyer.Cor.Js .
to regulate how he should ride, "Are of this' edition will be especially -
and Pink. anpropriate c WICKE & CO.
No.S. yon buying or selling?"TltBits.Beginning Christmas for mailing out
Felts in Black Brown Red as remembrances to your
,
friends In other states and The Journal

11 Over. and Grey. will have them done up for you
"Did I hear you say, old chap that You'll Find Nothing Wanting That's in specially printed wrappers.
INm. I marriage has made a new' man of .U a VI
Desirable.
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t No.Answers your CAKES OF ALL KIND. MARSH- --

"That's right- BOSTON SHOE STORE MELLOW, LAGER AND ROLL, 'GE
Then that wipes out-that ten Lowe NOA. ALMOND SPONGE JELLY,
to this week's puzzle must be on this coupon and you. Now lend me five, will rcror-- POUND, ETC, AT WEST FLORIDA J Subscribe for the Journal.

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