The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: December 11, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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:VOL.- IX NO. 291. '




//&srrption of Existing Systems )I The Ruler of Persia is Murderer Showed No Sign of I.......................... l-oll .k '.1

GREAT STORM | Rev. B. C. Glenn, J residing ,'
AttractingAtten-; Emotion When Sentence Ii t 0> .

in a Dying Condition More Than One ,Hundred IN SAN FRANCISCO Elder and Re lL > C. 4 ,
tion in Government Was Passed-by theCourt. I: i.i.I )S-5

: Circles. .i Private Bills Placed on I t San By Francisco Associated, Dec.Press.10.- I CummingsAp'ted ; -

i The extent of to-day's storm t .. .
Calendar With Favorable involves a lose cf three hundred to' Palafox .
thowand dollars to four : '

;'Their Development by War Declared That He Was In- Reports. of the city's largest firms. Church. ; '

The street railway service :

and Navy Departments nocent of the Crime I will be partially paralyzed for : .

Senator Lodge Believes the days are ,fears possibly for weeks the and shipping there :. Rev. F. A. Rogers Is Returns 4 .
Against Him.
Essential to National Charged along the,coast
Powers Should Interferein :: ed to the Gadsden Street ,
Defense. I, :............. ... .. ....... :

I :a1 .,_.__. I i; MOTHER OF CONDEMNED MAN Congo Free State. ... M. E. Church. :

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NAVy-oPPOSITION TO J1ERCER. Associated t>rm *.- "
By % .
Herkimer N. Y., Dec. 10.chester E.
Census Bureau Shows
Gillette showed no sign of emotion Report

S when sentence was passed upon him <\.1 !ff
Special to The JournaL
By William Wolff SmIth. '
to-day to die In the electric'chair dur- Associated PreM. Large Increase Over '
''ashington D. C.. Dec. ]O.-The Replying Washington Dec 10.-Minor matters Eufaula Ala., Dec. 10.-The busW j. .
January 23. -
__ the weekending
ness of the South Alabama Conference i. 4, .
of the of the of the
absorption the attention
jgress ex- occupied
if he had
II to the'question anything Last Year at the $ ".
of the Methodist Episcopal Church. .
Ping wireless telegraph systems by sentence should not senate to-day. More than one hundred
to why
say South, was concluded to-day with the. I. .
United Wireless .
Telegraph Commy :1 calen-
bills the
: be passed, he declared be was innocentof private were placed on '
Same Date.By
or "Wireless Trust" attracts appointment of ministers to tbs ': 'e
; ; the crime and therefore should not, dar with favorable reports.
much: attention in government offi-' be sentenced. He left the court room Senator Lodge introduced a resolution -' churches In the conference district.a '

"tal< circles." Rear" Admiral Cobles the'reldent's without speaking to his mother who' stating that the time has come 'I Washington Associated, Dec 10.Press.-/The census Rev. B. C. Glenn was reappointed i
'I I' elder of the district "
brother-in-law, and chief : 'arrived from Denver to-day. when' the affairs of the Congo Free bureau bulletin Issued today shows presiding Pensacola ,
of the navy bureau of equipment! in I Mrs. Gillette busied herself after the I State should be made the subject of International the amount of cotton ginned to December Rev. J. C Cummings who durIng 4
his report. Just made public describes pronounced preparing that the the time that Rev. J. M. Dannellywas '
: sentence was inquiry and senate 1 to be 10,025,445 bales com '
the equipment of our war vessels;; with I'dispatches to Denver,And New York I advises the president; that in any pared'with 8,689,663 to the 'same date pastor of the Palafox: Street '
wireless aparatus and the establishment ,papers which she had secured as a steps he may deem it ,wise'to take In last Active ginneries number church occupied the pulpit for about a
of 11'.L 'She asked the week during revival services and who .. .
a complete lin of stations special correspondent. I co-operation with or in aid of any of 28,211 compared with 28,609 last year.
long( the Atlantic speak harshly of her will be well remembered by many
Pacific and Gulf reporters not I the powers signatories of the treatyof The cotton ginned by states this
.'nH!'ts. In the West Indies on the as she was doing such work so that Berlin which. shall seek jx> ameliorate as follows: yearis members of that church was appoint. j ,'
''inns of Panama and in Hawaii and !she could pay her way and arrange fora the condition in the Congo Free ed to the Palafox Street church. He
mm. He believes the development] : new trial. "It will take a large evils Florida 59,300; Georgia 1,391,496; has been located at Dothan Ala. Rev. .
State and redress any now existing -South Carolina 770,244; Texas, 2,256.-
wireless and :1 brought but returned to the .''
telegraph to the fullest ex- amount of money : there, he will receive the sen.ae's 45. F. A. Rogers was
t. nl is essential to the national little from home." Gadsden Street church Rev. Elllsor .
: -r.se.>. The stations on the Atlanta She said she did not believe that cordial! supportAPPROPRIATION Sea Island cotton included In statement to Milton and Bagdad and Rev. J. W. ., '' itGeorgiana.

(--tst. in the West Indies and at her son had confessed but if be were BILLCONSIDERED : :Florida 19,159; Georgia 17- Breedlove to the Powelton circuit. ,
*' ima. were erected under a conirtween guilty she would beg him on her BY HOUSE 190; South Carolina 5,167. Total 41. The full list of appoints In the '' 'V
THE SHAH OF PERSIA 616, compared with 81,695 last
the Rovernm-rnt and the I bended knees to confess. year. i Pensacola district follows: ,

L "orpgt Com pt!DV. which has been Teheran, Persia, Dec. 10.-The Shah continues to suffer extreme weak Gillette's counsel moved that tbe Washington Dec 10.-Tbe house today Pensacofa District. ..
B! ': into th<' "Wireless Trust. ness. verdict be set' aside' on several began the consideration the B. C. Glenn. presiding elder.

Army Keeping Pac : Later dispatches received in official quarters in London leave no doubt grounds, but the motion was denied. legislative, executive and judicial appropriation DISAGREES WITH Palafox Street Church J. C. Cum- .' '

Simultaneously the war department! : that the Shah is in 'a dying con rtlon. bilL No effort Was madeto mings. ':'
xminced with satisfaction that the I limit the time for general debateon HIS COLLEAGUESREPRESENTATIVE Gadsden Street Church, F. A. Rog ,

,':':iv is keeping pace with those of I the bill as the republican leaders ers. ,
r<- T countries and that movable wiret -, BIRUSONGI 'CASE desire to keep the bill before the Milton and Bagdad, W. T. Ellisor. "

outfits are beina: distributed! by i ielnnal fiRST SERIOUS ACCIDENT house until the Christmas adjournment .McCALL WANTS Powelton circuit J. W. Breedlove, ,j .
0 service. Three horses or I! 'Santa Rosa circuit J. O. :Moseley : ? :

: can: carry the whole outfit onj i SimpBfied spelling held attentionfor EXTRA SESSION TO REVISE Brewton.. A. Mc'Cann i

.. b:1rkl. and messages can i N J SIX E4Y anii ssr-and wider wldeiatlttde| Brewton circuit L..CLDuncan. .' ,
-titled when the stations are bel = GI1E E TUJURY of debate. :Mr. Macon. of, Arkansas THE TARIFF. Castleberry J. R. McLangn. .' I

I ""on.! a distance of 100{ miles. The delivered a speech on "bucket shop"1 Special to The Journal. Repton W. IL Hasty. .
defenses will also be thus ahd in favor of a bill prohibiting gam- Washington Dee. 10.-Representative Monroevllle C. H. Motley. J'

.' !)(\(). With the! army and navy Hugh McLean Badly In- bling in agricultural:commodities. MeCafl of Massachusetts who of- Evergreen C. S. Tally. i ..i Ii
wing in heavily for Nwirelf> ten disagrees with his Republican colleagues Geo. Fountain. ; 1 '-7Sepulga ',

"npositlon that commercial Ss"l! Wlll RELIEVE jured in a Mix-Up Yesterday Strong Speech in Defense of PEARY TO GET on administrative measures : S. J. Gibson. ',,.-,, f' I, I
>n the country shall be controlled) thinks that congress should sit In extra Pollard, H. T. Strout : .
+ r'iio company Is very interesting session next summer to revise the Stocton. E. J. Hartzog. "1 1 -; !
.'-', important. _Morning. Woman Made .by. Senator A GOLD MEDALSpecial tariff as it will be impossible to take Garland. J. L. Griffin. t.J. ; t

v "n the announcement was first Ii upthat subject at the present short Forest Home W. F. Arnold. 'to' :. '
i"" of the formation of the United STRINGENCY McLaurin, a Near session. He sees no prospect of a revision Pine Barren. J .O. Lawrence. ..", "

-. II. B. Snvder. who first WALTHOUR AND BEDELL WERE at the next session as it will Bayminette. J. B. Brown. I ..
to The
1 hi\. De" Forest and his system to ONE LAP BEHIND THE OTHERS Relative. preceed the presidential election ; ,
i Washington Dec. Commander when no action on the schedules will. .

i h) :u attention merger of was the CUM DeForest as oppos- I TWENTY'ONE HOUR RECORD Peary of Arctic expeAtfoa fame, who be U&en by the Republicans. He does. J. A. ADKINSON : 1
and By Associated Press.Hazlehurst *
Ms latest
has just returned from attempt not believe the Japanese situation will :
Msrroni, systems. Your rorresponrIn }- Secretary Shaw Will Place: WAS .NoVTOUCHED BY THE Miss., Dec 10.-The to reach the North Pole will result In war between the two coun- i I:1.

'+.-,. "' receipt of a statement signed RIDERS. case of Mrs. Angie Birdsong was giv- be presented with a cold medal by the tries and is confident of an amicable KILLED BY TRAIN ; ; '
Snyder which he the at six o'clock this even-
,authorized' John says never Ten Millions With De I en.t9 jury National Geographical Society at a adjustment of the trouble. ,
W. GrUjrs President Ing.. meeting to be held, at the New" Wil-
1ew York Dec.110.-At nine'o'clock t
tf' h" \ro-erican Marconi Company to : Senator McLaurin a relative of the I
pository'Banks at this evenIng Walthour- and Bedell lard Hotel here Saturday evening FORMER RESIDENT OF THIS CITY i,;
rialstatement: defendant made the principal address.
concerning; Mr. Sny-- December 15th. Quite an .array.of REPLIES "
"li: ill my litigation has closed Once. teams who,had- made 440 miles and a.'paid attorney in the case and advised among them the Japanese Ambassador It'

?Hrst' the wireless companies and four laps. "The record for twenty-one all women to leave the courtroom the Russian and Italian Ambassadors PRESIDENT NEAR WILMER. ALA. .' ,i. ,
AIhamlitc.: in justice to and In hours is 449 miles two laps. McLean, which most of them did. He Secretary of the Navy Bona- 'j r" _
th'forests, of all nartJes concerned, By Associated Press. Walthour's partner, who had a hard said if the defendant had been de- parte, Mr. F. A. CrI.: k. the first man '1 ,l

V'l! state. that! it is my opinion that Shaw Washington Dec. 10.-Secretary fall this morning is out of the race. debauched and she had slew her traduced to ascend Mount McKinley, Mr. Alex- FORMER AMBASSADOR SAYS HE J. A. Adkinson a former resident ot 'I f' : Ii
R" v ji-Pless Interests!' should merged I I deposit ten millions to-day in that he will Later Bedell brothers team was broken the victim had met justice and ander Graham Bell Morris K. Jessuy, WILL REFUTE CERTAIN this city hut who left here several :' t d
Inn, the United Wireless Telegraph banks depository up by a accident to the men. Wal she did right. lIe said Mrs. Birdsong of New York. and Herbert L. Bridgeman years ago. was recently killed near'' ii, it
and that he will buy ten mil
thour with Bedell became wife when but thirteen years STATEMENTS. I
then united a
r"Ei forming of Brooklyn President and Secretary :
:iI\ny under the struck
management of lions of 1907 bonds. Wilmer Ala., by being by a zr ( '"
,*"nhani II a new team. old and after the birth of her first of the Peary Arctic Club. "
White. passenger' train. Of his death the l
I. Secretary Shaw said to-day: I The first serious accident in the child developed a diseased mind. By Associated Press. '
Hostility of Grigjs.vour "The and Dec. 10.-Bellamy Store Mobile correspondent of 'the Times- _. r. i.
unusually large crops unexampled six days' bicycle race at Madison Mrs. Birsong held her child In her Cincinnati. ,
correspondent Is also in re- industrial has allusion United States ambassador -Democrat, says: I i
activity created lap during the address and this er, formerly
<"' Square Garden occurred at 6:20: a. m., f "
friin White a copy of a letter from Ah .\- an unprecendented demand for to-day- and resulted in the serious In- of the senator apparently had to Vienna, this afternoon gave the i "At a local undertaking establishment r i-i
to President' John W. Cotton statment in the body of a white man who J. f" :
firiggs; of money. manufacturers are jury-of Hugh McLean of Boston the its effect on the jury. Associated Press a long .
the American Marconi buying the staple by train loads and of Walthour. 'McLean The court In instructing the jury LARGE BARNCAPT. reply to the letter of President Roosevelt was struck and killed by a passenger ; ; c >
Com.pany which is calculated to shed cotton planters unlike western farm partner Bobby said it must consider the fact that the which was made public yester train of the Mobile Jackson and Kansas : of ;
some lie-lit will be unable to ride in the
Mr. !: on the hostile' attitude of ers demand cash. The western farmer -I hurt races defendant was a woman and the circumstances day. He quoted at length the letter, City Railroad last evening neat ;4' t
McLean in
Gripgs again. spill '
was a
Wireless.! Mr. the new "United is paid in checks which he depositsin which occurred the turn at the under which she acted; from the president to Mrs. Storer in Wilmer Ala., and brought: to Mobil i
fonnfd that Mr WhIte ears be Is in- the bank not absorbing the actual Fourth avenue and on Twentyseventhstreet if the jury found her insane it must T. E. WELLES AWARDS CON- which the president discussed members -. was to-day positively identified as J. i 't
to Grieres has from time money as does the cotton planter. acquit her. of his cabinet and possible A. Adkinson. a liveryman of At more, '" ,
time sold the I side of the high banked track '
Vive: acquired storks "which you The money will be returned to the just about the spot wher little Johnny 11 to 1 For Acquittal. TRACT FOR COSTLY Changes In October 1801) This letter Alau, and a former resident of Pensa '- J.j
or which was (riven that Storer. will refute certain cola Fla. A son uf the dead man
+<) for banks when the planter settles his :Nelson killed four Haztehurst Dec. 10.-At eleven- STRUCTURE.What says l
you the was
uo of years ago.
your" nar'*- as bills soon after January 1, but until thirty-flve o'clock tonight the jury in tatements made by the president. R. Adkinson of Atmore, and a son- : .j;
; "cident cf the :McLean: was responsible for the mix- ;
company. and
allesres41mt Ward of Ala.
: to in-law, W. G. Wilmer \
and trial reported
then the cotton consuming producing the Birdsong was
Mr. he the' first down. .
Grisrscs to
as was
now but up go
(1110 will be for acquittal and BURNHAM CASE reached Mobile to-day and established "%
short of
sections stand eleven to one
1 .
undred shares of Marconi stock He Clark. the Australian Leenje. of will be the most modern private identification. :
'."ITS Mr. Grijrjrs an opportunity money.: France McDonald of the New York was locked up for the nightREFUSES stable to be owned! In the cityis TO JURY TODAYBy : f
'"Tpct this statement but sarMetleM-ot The deposits will be made as follows team and Ruppr ht. of Newark, N. J., REPORT ON to be erected by Capt T. E. Welles, -- I I "Adkinson was visiting Ward at Wil t'
'\ adds : New York and Xew Orleans lad. TO the contract for its constructionhas Associated Press. mer when he met his violent death, .
: "The stock books and trans-; all fell over the Boston who, when JAPANESE CONTROVERSY and :"
f'r. however speak) for themselves:' one million and a half each; Boston. picked up was found to be the only been awarded to Jas. M. Johnson New York,, Dec. 10.-Arguments I II and according to the statement made ;
Philadelphia Baltimore Chicago and commenced at completed in the trial of by the son-in-law, had left his resi -
)T.< White also states that he. in one seriously" hurt. By Associated Press. and work will be an were to-day
f*!" to ascertain the true relations or- St. Louis one million each: Cincin- Dr. Cramer attended" the injured Washington Dee. 10.)Secretary early date. I George Burnham. Jr., counsel for the dence but a few minutes before to ..

*-4 the interests of the nati, Louisville. Atlanta and Memphis, rider who was rendered almost insensible Metcaif, of the department of commerce The stable is to occupy the site of Mutual Reserve Life Insurance Company -! meet an incoming train. How be "..
th., Marconi: directors> of five hundred thousand dollars each. from cuts about three inches and labor. has refused to report: the present stable of Capt Welles in I charged with the larceny of '!came upon the railroad track and in i

Kli: ; their respective companies, holdines and to deter-has' The deposits! are to be returned halfon long on the right side of the head. the 'result of his investigation cf the the rear of his home and is for use seventy-five hundred dollars. The 11[stooping posture is more than Ward \t

toHn an investigation "which January 20 and the remainder on :McLean: may also have sustained a San Francisco-Japanese controversy, of his stock. He has contemplated case will reach the jury.tomorrow can say. -.:7
: disclosesituation !!';
February 1.KILLED. fracture of the collar bone.McLean's because he made the investigation as for several y rserecting a buildingof j Nearly every bone In the man's t'
I'>..'- which I am sure will In- the representative of the president and this character. It will be 130 feet SMOOT WILL NOT body was broken. The only Injury \,
t Bobbie '
the stockholders of the :MarconifO"piny. : partner : of the department stories In ,
BY HEAVY not as secretary in length 28 feet wide two BE EXPELLED I risible upon the body was the terrl-
of Atlanta Ga., was called from his ,
: In
conclusion Mr.l1ite ,'
in the presi- modern
He says all papers are, heighth and contain every I ble wound in the right forehead : )
cot after delay" of nearlv
1that and a twen-
the stock books
:: show that STICK OF TIMBER including sewerage
dent's possession. equipment death. AdMn-
out -. very small Interest" is owned by ty minutes was'righ out in the mad The lower floor will ocntain Special to The Journal. ,which caused instant iI
'' throughout. Washington Dec 10.-Senator Suth son was engaged In the livery bust't
officers and directors of the MarC HORRIBLE ACCIDENT SATURDAY ,WILLIE MITCHELL GRANTED twenty stalls eight of which will be
,race.The erland of Utah predicts that his colleague ness at Atmore. having moved to that '
ni Company and x-hallenses" Mr. IN MILL AT CENTURY. j remainder of the night was uneventful CONDITIONAL PARDON box stalls while the second floor will Mr. Smoot will neither be expelled place from Pensacola Fla. about ,
CH.SJV to disp'" his statements. except so far as the usual contain stalls all of the regulation .
)ve I twenty ,
excluded from the senate. where he also
killed nor three
shot and years ago
>f" MitchellWh0
sprints occurred on the part of the Willie :: '
White charges that the officers" Special to The Journal. size. "Of I not what the business. ,
can say similar According
fJr "Tr Grisrgs' "are not conW1 Century. Dec. 10-A horrible acci- riders who endeavored to steal a lap. another negro near St. John's cemetery A run way. which will extend 'outa course a '
company senate will do regarding case to dead" man's son. he left home
who the
: dent occurred at the "of Root and Stol prominent in this number of years ago and rise -
iing In to the nnbui'd- mill the Alger- were a sufficient distance to give easy from
any way against Senator Smoot but what to Wilmer for thepurpose {\ ,
last Monday going
t h": ;nd expansion of wireless tele- Sullivan Lumber Company Saturday sort of-work and time and time asain was sentenced: to life imprisonment will extend from the ground to the I jl know of the situation it is my judg- I I location .'
of purchasing a logging -
afternoon. The lath roused the large.number of recently given a condition pardonby and this will be sufficiently -
f'-Tv. i, manner of the they spectators was second floor be "
meat that he will not unseated I
j I mill was struck by aT hearty stick of who remained In the garden all the state pardoning board. Amongthe I wide and'strong to permit of i he said in discussing the matter. intending to The enter remains business there r. t't'Ilf

CONDITION OFBROWN I I timber, which crushed his nose and night to bursts of enthusiasm. There proceedings of the board appearsthe teams going up the incline. successful. were t..
both upper and lower Jaw bones fracturing were several snills. which caused following relative to Mitchell: The plans also show the floors be- PLENTY OF COAL to Atmore to-day for Interment : i
of Willie Mitchell I the stables and in the carriage I "A wife and a son. R. A. Adkinson. '"
SERIOUS the lower part of,the skull and thrills but none was of a serious The application tween I
injuring the brain. character until McLean tooli his tum who was convicted In the circuit,houses and harness and feed rooms, FOR THE SOUTHBy and three daughters Misses Erie t t'
Escambia county at the fall" be of brick on the .ower floor and Iner and Odle Adkinson. residing at '... :
Washington, DE''. to.-Former SeaItfr -I He was taken at once .to the sanatorium ble. In last yeas contest McLean court of
{ of the crime of murder the west side of the building extending Associated Press. Atmore, survive the deceased." He I
Arthur where he was attended by met with a similar mishap early in A. D. 1900) term 'on '
Brown who "
of Utah. was | will be ten- Pittsburg Pa.. Dec. 10. Towboats was a native of Pensacola. ,:
a -
*"1T and Drs. O'Gwnne'and Turberville He the race and had to retire. ;.*nd. sentenced" to the state prison its entire length 1"- .
seriously Saturday. '
vehicles and teams 2.500,000 bushels of coal left
lat considered. and upon the foot awning, where carrying 1'
by :Mrs : died shortly after reaching the sana. More than 12.000 at for life was .
Anna M. Bradley, still re- persons were Got The Gun First.Unlontown. .
protected from the Pittsburg harbor last night for South
of the Judge who be place4and
; presided can
; in Death caused from hemorrhage recommendation
a critical condition. It was torium. was the garden when the sixteen teams Dec.
/ Pa. 19.-1Irs. An-
about 6,000,000
ern ports, making
and the states attor- rain and sun
d;>,. at th(' Emergency \mmItal to- j and shock. entered In- the contest started on .'. at the prosecuted the case and the The stable will be the only one in bushels sent south in the past few tono! Brosils fifty years old, shot and j, '
that be hutl fairly comf The unfortunate man was a strangerIn > their long and weary ride. The mn. ney who > 3
., passed: 2. been in prison six the city not excepting public stables days. It is estimated that within killed her husband today. She explained ,
I thl. '(' nit-hi an1 tt! his chances Century, having!: been here but aj I were all In fine form and the riders: dsfendent having conditional where stock is cared for on the second the past month over 25,000,000 bushels that "he reached for the gun e
::! : t''O\-<:>!'\ 113\1 Improved ccaaider- day or two. Xo one knows anything i on the track maintained the fast race j]i I years.. he was granted a oor. were. shIpped south. to kill me but 1 sot It firtt. :
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i of him not even his name. from the start. panlon.-


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4 \*<'V-- "After all 1 we are judged, in the battle of life "

::1 "J rRoj8aMnfPowder r, ," -, By the gray matter under;> hoods, r ,-.

" TO VISIT TROOPS OF .f-. And the house winning out in this strenuous life,' i

\( Is the one who delivers the ,goods.

TAMP flORID :':' -" **:iThe" time to go after ducks is when they

the with Ducats.All
3 ,* are plentiful-It's same way .

: I AbsoluterPirrei .' the shoe weather's yet to come. You

And Elaborate PreparationsAre First Company Was Organ- .
can make every remaining day of December a
i A wholesome cream of tartar xrt BeingMade for His ized by General Davis : '
.. ,.I. Red(Letter day if you are fixed for it.

rt baking powder. Makes the finest, ,. Entertainment.t; i .v 23 Years Ago. Ever ,tried using out Catalog on mail

lightest, best flavored biscuit, hot. to"Grand pay an Chancellor official,visit'"Henry to the Horsier Knightsof Is ALL KINDS, AND---CONDITIONS OF orders? It beats bein' out ot shoes several percent

Pjthlas lodges at Tampa, and elaborate -
I breads cake and preparations are being made there MEN AND BOYS MADE UP THE -
pastry.Alum *
for his reception and entertainment, .
and from reports the occasion will be J If haven't 'one say so on a postal.
and alum-phosphate one of the most important in Pythian GANIZED AT GREEN COVE ,

powders are injurious. Do not circles Speaking in that of the city visit in of many the )grand"ears. SPRINGS. Its use will pay a dollar a minute or your money

chancellor the Tampa Times of recent
them. Examine the label.
use date contained the following:

Letters to various persons In this General Robert W. Davis, recently back.The
city have been received within the elected commanding general of the up-to-date merchant wants results.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORX. last few days from Hon. Henry Horsier -I Third, Florida brigade, U. C. V.. bears
of Pensacola saying that he will the distinction of being the father of A man with a stock of ten thousand dollars
positively visit Tampa on December
the Florida state militia, having taken ,
14th. He is grand chancellor of the I the Inltal step In this direction some- which he three times makes
ACTIVE WORK ON 8::= = :: = !! order of Knights' of Pythias of the thing like twenty-three years ago. turns over only
r grand domain of Florida, and this will This fact during a conversation .
I'lI l- 111 AMUSEMENTS.' m be the first official visit of a grand I between developed General Davis, Captain less'than one who turns a fivethousanddollarstock
ST. ANDREW'S chancellor to Tampa lodges since the Cromwell Gibbons and a Times
I k 11:= = : III upper end of the state has had the Times. six eight times
man says the Tampa over or a year.
honor of furnishing the grand chan when
I About twenty-three years ago
t- I I
Last Show.
Night's of
: General Davis was a resident
f'r PRESIDENT STEELE WRITES OF The vaudeville entertainment given! As has already been intimated Green Cove Springs the work of con HOW TO DO IT.
t i last night by Mr. and Mrs. Ben through these columns, the visit of structing the Jacksonville, Tampa &
i CONSTRUCTION WORK NOW I II II I ham and Willie Farine. Grand Chancellor Horsier to Tampa Key West Railway brought many negroes .
I!I local amateur, talent, was a Dun-I will be made possibly the, greatest to that place, and these often Here's the Red Seal .
r UNDER WAY. 1 Pythian ceremonial in the I System:
i I The house was full, almost ever seen terrorized the people of the town. Asa
I Mr. A. B. Steele president of the ed, and the programme was well arranged state the entire official visit being result General"?Davis went to Talla-
included Cut down the number of
a carefully arranged pro styles buy
"l: Enterprise Lumber Co., Atlanta Ga., and executed without a hitch.,gram embracing all of the forms and hassee and secured from the governora you
[ Writes' the Manufacturers Record that There was.just enough-not too much large supply of muskets, which he
ceremonies allowed by'the order, and '
t the company has contracted with the nor too little-and the variety was"it will be one of the most elaborate took to Green Cove Springs and placedin about one-third

& Co.Atlanta to construct& St. Andrews Its railroad Bay from Railway Do-I I well Of balanced.course, the feature of the evening I j state.affairs ever witnessed-" In', the entire Then the hands and there of citizens.the Clay County Buythe Selling Styles in cases.

than. Ala. to Panama City. Fla" on was the horizontal bar work of Mr. The visit will be made "'the Guards were organized and, accord
; Bt Andrews bay to the Gulf of Mexico and Mrs. Ben Dunham assisted by','ning of Bay lodge's meeting on and that eve- ing to General Davis, It was one of Every Monday morning send us a mail
t" a distance of about 90 miles. The I Willie Farine. The daring; feats performed lodge has issued invitations to the va the queerest aggregations he had ever
: road is now completed and in opera I I on the bars by this trio are,'rious lodges in the city and south Flor- had anything to do.with. The com- order for the sizes have sold out and
was composed of boys men get
tion from Dothan to Cottondale, Fla, hard to imagine by any one who has ida to be present on this occasion pany you
I :21: miles. Continuing he says: never seen them. Their act is one and there is no doubt but that hun- ranging In age from fourteen to seven- "
I There big men, little them in time for trade.
"We now have a force of about 100 that has been featured in all the large dreds of Pythians will be visitors ty-five. were Saturday's
? men or more with mules and machinery men, fat men, lean mean handsome
cities in this country and also in here this occasion. .
t constructing the line from Cotton- Europe. Bay lodge will work In the amplified men variety homely of the men human and.male in fact biped every that Who wins a campaign keeps in close
dale to Panama distance of
1 City a
first rank
The balance of the programe was on this occasion and the
t about 55 miles. We have already very enjoyable. In fact, there was nota lectures will all be given in dramatic can Imagination.With be conjured. up In the most fertile ; touch with a strong source of supplies.
1 i graded and are laying track on about poor number In it and those who form with living pictures for the illustrations -
five miles of this division and hope participated have every reason to feel presenting one of the most the array of muskets from Tal- Mail the
lahassee, however, the orders reaching by
company us morning
It t. by January 1st, at least, to have 10 proud of their success. magnificent spectacles ever witnessedin
which was afterwards permanently
'f't f' lake miles Fla.ready Just for as operation fast as the to White grade The programme was as follows: The the state occasion in Pythlandom.of Grand ChancellorHorsler's organized succeeded in scaring the mail get in depot same day.
( is completed 1\'e are laying steel on Opening Chorus-"I Know a Girl negroes to such an extent that they ,
visit to this city will also
road and hope and have to complete through this trains part running of the Like Song-D.You. 'F'. :Marion. have a social side to it that will be became frightened quiet the and women no more and rowdyism children You get the sizes you want -when you
pleasing and interesting and he will
, "Mary Is a Grand Old Name"-Miss of the pretty little metropolis of
from Dothan to Panama
City by Sep- be
royally entertained by the Pythlansof them-
l want
, Jenevieve Hallmark.
tember 1, 1907. this iity. couaty. v "
- '"We will then commence construct "Good-Bye Mr. GreE'nback.Mr. At'a,later date General Davis took .
ing cur enormous docks at Panama Eugene Roche.BarItonelIr.. Water Cure for Constipation.Half his company to a big fair at Jacksonville We carry the largest stock of ready-to-ship
t City, which we estimate will cost Ellis Frater. a tint of hot water taken half a feature of which was a mili-
about $250.000. and hope br the latter "In a Banquet at :Misery Hall"- an hour before breakfast will usually tary drill in which three companieswere Shoes in the south and complete in first ship-
Little Miss Marion. to contest for a cash prize. The ,
r part of 1907 or early In 1903 to have :keep the bowels''' regular. Harsh cathartics -
f large vessels from all ports of the "My Heaven is in Your Eyes.- should be avoided. ,When a Jacksonville companies at the time ment ninety-eight cent of all orders
f world coming In and exchanging business Master J. Frenkel. purgative is needed, take Chamberlain's were'the Jacksonville Light Infantry per received -
i: at this point, particularly for the "The Great Juggler."-Mr. Sam.I Stomach and Liver Tablets. and the Metropollan. Light Infantry.In .
Vest Indies and South American Abraham. They are mild and gentle In:their ac- ,order; to make the third companyhis *
trade. "Traveling Song."-D. F. Marion. tion., For sale by all druggists. was forced to go in. Before the
i' "When this division is completed I "Coon Son ."-Miss Anderson. contest a dispute Arose between the
p we expect to commence immediately "Camp Meeting: Tim ."Julius. LAMAR'S LITTLE HANDOUTTO Jacksonville companies, one of which ADVANTAGES OF AN. ADVERTISED LINE
f: the extension from Dothan to Opelika I Gugenheim."The LITTLEFIELD OF MAINEMr. withdrew from the race. This madeIt
Ala., a distance of about 100 miles Fairest Flower in Dlxfe.- certain that the Clay Guards would
making the total line about 200 miles Harry W enhelm. Lamar of Florida was speaking win the second prize and General The little blue sign of Western Union
z, long and developing one of the richest I "You old Indian,"Master Bert against the Littlefield bill to abolishthe Davis, upon being called, marched his
cotton and timber sections of the I Coleman."So compulsory pilotage laws in the red-shirted band out before 3,000 people Telegraph Co in the most desolate
; south. Our arrangements are all Miss coastwise trade. This is the bill which and gave' them the command to even place,
Long Itfary."Little Stone. has also been fought hard by break ranks. He then called for the
t made to accomplish this construction organized >
t as fast as money and labor can do it"I "My Marinecia Take a Steam Boat" labor. Remembering the fight i second cash prize but it was not forth stands for a connecting link with civilization.
f. Mr.Archie Rosenstein. the labor made Mr. Littlefield
men on coming.
I: IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY SOME- The Great Ben Dunham assisted by last summer. Mr. Lamar handed him I I Following this contest General Da- Just so our Red Seal Sign has come to be
.. THING NICE TRY ONE OF OUR :Mrs: Dunham and Willie Farine. this in the debate on the floor of the' vis held a conference with several ,
\ FRUIT CAKES. FREE OF GRIT. "Sweet Sixteen" house: other prominent Floridians resultingin accepted as a trade mark of quality and
FRUITS PICKED AND MASHED. Wednesday.The "While I would not by any means. the first law necessary for organizing gen-
; WEST FLORIDA STEAM BAKERY. managers of the Pensacola even insinuate that the swiftness and the state militia being placed on the abode of
opera house have made arrangementsto suddenness with which this bill has the statute books. No state of Flor- erally speaking, a prosperous cash-
have Jno. B. Wills' Musical Comedy .been this floor ida's boast of better
BILL CHRISTMAS precipitated upon come population can
Company here to-morrow night I from the fact that the gentleman from soldiery to-day. buying merchant and a safe place to trade.
I IS OUT ON BOND The bill is to be "Sweet Sixteen. a Maine (Mr. Littlefield) had a tilt with Captain Gibbons; who is now the
j. I musical extravaganzaThey: have :organized labor, I will suggest that his commander of the Jacksonville Light
W. D. Christmas, charged with the I pretty girls, catchY music and funny I advocacy'of it may be somewhat accentuated Infantry, stated that his company PUBLICITY PAYS.
! murder of his father mother and brother comedians. Special prices will prevailfor I by his scars from the recent would, in May hold a celebration in
this attraction and as there will conflict. Times. honor of their and Gen- r
"f; was released last Tuesday upon i Washington anniversary
r bond in the sum of $7,500 says the be no other attraction here this week i earl Davis and ,his entire command Folks buy quickest those things they
.f Marianna Times-Courier. II no doubt a large number of people CAKES OF ALL KIND. MARSH. will be Invited to visit Jacksonville
J This bond covers both indictments' will turn out to see "Sweet Sixteen" MELLOW, LAGER AND ROLL, GENOA In honor of the occasion. The Jacksonville know about. For have
, F against him. Bond in the case upon which Is said to be one of the funniest ALMOND. SPONGE JELLY, Light Infantry was organizedIn years we spent at least
comedies on the road. POUND, ETC., AT WEST FLORIDA 1859 and participated with creditin "
which he was tried at the recent term one-fifth of
net income the
STEAM BAKERY. our telling
I f; of court was fixed at $4,000.. and the both the civil and SpanishAmericanwars. people -
I Cure for .
I remaining $3,500 covers the indictment Sore Nipples.As The best for the money-Jackson about Red Seal Shoes.
which be has not yet been tried. soon as the child is done nursing
upon Square Coffee. Put. up in air tight King of 06.1Cough/ Medicines.Mr. : \
He eXpE'rlencE'de'Y little trouble apply Chamberlain's Salve. Wipe it 1, 2 and 4 pound tins. Absolutely E. G. Case, a, mall carrier of Our
; In raisin the bond having been allowed off with a soft cloth before allowing I guaranteed to, satisfy the most fastidious Canton Center, Conn, who has beenIn specialties are advertised in the lead-
ball the latter part of last week. the child to nurse. Many trained
tasteSend the U. S. Service for about sixteen
nurses use this with the best results. ing Dailies the Religious Weeklies and better
"We have tried many
: years says: ,
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by ,
t Send in your orders now all druggists. in your orders now cough medicines for croup but Cham-

for extra copies of The Jour- IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY SOME for extra copies of. The Jour- berlain's..--i 4fle to Cough bo relied Remedy upon is every king of time.all than all, by a perfected Catalog Mailing System,

t. nal's big Christmas Editionand THING NICE TRY ONE OF OUR nal's big Christmas Editionand We also find It the best remedy forttutns with which our customer's.co-operation insures
FRUIT CAKES. FREE OF GRITS. and colds giving certain results ,
they will be set aside FRUIT PICKED AND WASHED. they will be set aside and leaving no bad after effects direct and quick results in doubling his demandfor
for you. WEST FLORIDA STEAM BAKERY. for you. ." For sale by all druggists. '

; i -- PROGRAM OF FIFTH fine shoes .
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Following is u..: p.' gram of the ,
Fifth Sunday meeting to be held with
Oak Grove church Saturday and Sunday Save
LEARN STENOGRAPHY! Dec. 29th and 30th, beginning at express by sending'your "Holiday

10 First-What a. m.: is the Effect of Temperance Order" now, put us on the,slate for 1907

LEARN BOOKKEEPING! Rev.Other J.Work T.on Flllingim.of Sunday the Churches School or led any by Red Seal stores are doing double the Shoe

Second-Strong and Weak Pointsin business the the
on same stocky or volumeon
Baptist Churches, led by J. H. same

The demand for Stenographers and Bookkeepers is cone Brown.'2 p. m.-Prayer and song service. half the stock, formerly carried. Figure the

stantly increasing Last'week: we were called upon to fill Third-Baptist Practices and Prin-

nine good positions. Our,courses'are practical and terms very. ciples: Who: How we we Baptize Baptize, led Why by Rev.we Baptize W. interest on this and see if it's worth while !

u reasonable. R. Countryman. .
Fourth-Can a Church Maintain Its .
R Relations to Christ Unless It Enforces Salesman by appointment .
Twentieth BookI Us Corrective Discipline! led by Rev.A. .
Century :eping.
.. M. Lowrey.
a ;
II Fifth-Laying plans for future work. ; J* COMPANY .
i 7:30 p. m.-Preaching by Rev.,.W. ,
Light-Line Shorthand.We R. Countryman. .
Red Seal
Sunday 9:30 a. m.--Sunday school :
mass meeting led by R. J. Bowman. : ,
11 a. Missionary sermon by
Rev. J. E. Holley. Atlanta. .
have the
** H. C. KILLAM.
M: school in Florida. Phone 900 Chairman.TO ,

i I jil or call at the college and let's = y .. w J, CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Salesman, Pensacola Salesman'
\ ait Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablet v 1.-
iill talk it '
over. *. DrufgUt refund money U U fells C '
: L Walden 7.
--==- to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature' Is oc *- :_ }, :, ,/ John WhitemanU1.
each box. 25c. -.
I ? "
Pensacola Business College. THE BEST OF FRUIT CAKE, ';:' '
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Ia SWEATERS TROUSERS- List Contains Almost Every- :

Letters Found
II Among Pos-

PAJAMAS SMOKING JACKETS Washington, Dec 10.-The curiousare and thousands of pretty and sessions Show Name to II

|, looking forward to the annual auction useful gifts of every... :. de script I
of articles accumulated in the James Clark.AND .

i Any article bought here will be exchanged after Christmas If not the right size. I dead letter division of the postoffice tion. L .

department which will
begin the

i OPEN AT NIGHT UNTIL XMAS. ,U 17th of this monthl: These sales gen- THAT HIS TRADE WAS A Very High Grade Visible I

II erally take place about the middle of BRIDGE BUILDER-CAME HERE
THESE ARTICLES CAN December, thus giving a bidder the
chance of securing Christmas presents TypewriterNone

{ for friends at a price somewhat CURED ROOMS AT NO. 105 EAST

I STAJIDARDfOTHIrlGJi lower than that for which the same C. R. Johnson, Prop. INTENDENCIA STREET, WHEREHE Betterand But Few Equals .

articles could be purchased at a store. ,
: Last year the proceeds of the sale Pone; 230.ThelittleOnes. WAS FOUND DEAD.A .
6 amounted to $7,054.03, while the money FOR DESCRIPTIVE HATTER AND PRICES APPLY TO Ji
taken out of letters amounted to $17-

029. These two amounts were placed stranger supposed to be James:
O. C. GOODMAN! Proprietor. in the Treasury. Clark of St. Louis Mo., was found L. S. BROWN Pensacola Fla.

The Correct About five years, ago some of the dead in bed yesterday morning at the ,
9B Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. ,I clerks whose duties consisted of sort boarding house of Mrs. Wandell, No.

THIESEN I lug and cataloging the articles to be 105 East Intendencia street Death

BUILDING PENSACOLA, FLA.JI'S'S sold, conceived a.plan .to buy valuable was due to swallowing a large quantity .

.'.'.' .,. articles at ridiculously. prices. A Just bring them to see the beautiful of carbolic acid and whiskey with .
package containing, some cheap articles Christmas toys now on display at Coe's. ,evidently suicidal intent and when U -
and perhaps a valuable watch or Dressed Dolls, Bisque Dolls, Rubber discovered the man had probably been

Just Received. as a Christmas Bouveojr. "Wise busi ring was prepared'and catalogued as Doll, Steam Toys, Railroad Trains that dead for some hours, as his body had
I i\\
"two neckties a" etc. cold.
"> :ported Macaroni, Sweet OIL Cheeses, ness firms will not permit this editionto damaged shirt run on a track Drums Horns, Fire En- grown PEN N
Pickles. Sauer Kraut. Mackerel, Cod go out without their ads but sOme-, I The clerk would then make a note of The man came to Pensacola Saturday -
,ad k, ,Ptgi French Feet.Navy Spanish Bread.Onions. Pilot one will have to be left out and itwill. the:number of the package, and when fines, Hook and Ladders, Footballs, Box- afternoon, or at least he went to .

!h and new. Everything be the man who waits until the last that package came up 'for sale, the ing Gloves and a whole'lot of other thingstoo the boarding house then, and secured -

ntch Hazel $1.00 per gallon. moment to send in his copy. Then clerk.or' one of-.his. friends would bid numerous to mention.COE'S a room up stairs. He stated that he i
Marine Grocery Company. he will kick himself. Do it now. Send it 'in for little or- nothing compared had come from St. Louis and Intended
I with the valueInspectors made an going to work for Frank Daniels, ,
V. J. your copy to-day so that atten
VIDAL Mananer. Hon may be given It proper i Investigation and''sen tal clerks lost building a trestle across one of the REMEDIRS E 0 I E
their positions. -An order was then bayous west of the city. He did not

DAILY TOWEL SUPPLY. Marianna Times-Courier: Robt J., issued that "etc" 'should not be usedin appear down-hearted or morose during
Boone left Friday for Muscogee I. T.. the future and that the'contents of the time he remained in the boardinghouse
...RUNYAN'S ROLLERS... where he will reside in future and the: package should 'be,-accurately de BOOK STORE ): but on the other hand appearedto R,
A C1.EAN TOWEL EVERY DAY, practice law. Mr. Boone has 'had scribed. be jolly and good natured. .
$1.00 The of Medical Skill ,
Phone 848-2 rings. M. G. RUNYAN. some ten or twelve years experience' This year C531. packages of miscel-- Brent Building. Phone 235. Sunday night he retired early, but Triumph II':
Pensacola. Florida. in the practice of his profession ana"is : laneous articles; >-1-.289 books and Before retiring requested Mrs. : ,

a lawyer of more than ordinary. 439 of jewelry,:are.to'.be sold, which dell to wake him early Monday c List of Penn Remedies. m ,

ity. Ve predict for him much,abu'l comprise almost' everything from a ing as he wished to take the wan-j 0 0_ 7 I TI
ORDER YOUR cess in his new field of labors. baby-rattle to a .diamond ring. Out On the Sea. going' out and reach iJs work. .0: Price. '1 ,

carries with him the best wishes"of Yesterday morning in compliance ,,55eU Penn Catarrh Cure...................$2.00 ':3 I N ,
Fruit Cake and Pound Cakefrom his Marianna friends. THE BEST" OF FRUIT CAKE, (Mrs. Marean writer of the following with these instructions :Mrs. Wandell Pen Rheumatism Cure (11q.).-..... 1.00 C I ;.- : '
Penn Rheumatism Cure (tab .50 II ,
The fishing schooners Frances II. GUARANTEED FRUITS PICKED poem, which appeared in a recent sent a boy to the room of the stranger, o -o Penn Nerve and Blood Cure.......?.. .30 a. ,. ;I
CHRIS PFEIFFER Clara M. Littlefield and Caviar., 'of AND WASHED NO GRITS, AT Issue of the Ocala Banner Is the which was also occupied by a boarder, .! Penn Kidney and Liver Cure........ .50 ; U -
; WEST-FLORIDA. ,STEAM. BAKERY. mother of Mrs. B. S. Bernard and Mrs.R. and the boy endeavored to awaken the ; a Penn Dyspepsia Cure ................ .50 03n *
Saunders & COL. arrived in port yester I I Penn Pyle Cure...................... .50 4 .
On East Hill. J. Owens of this E. ,
city, and was recently man, and failing called Chas. McCall .
day from the snapper grounds, havinga .. Penn Constipation Cure.............. .25 .i < .
Fruit Cake 30 cent total catch of 68,000 pounds of sna'ppers. Send in your orders now bereaved of her husband and who quickly discovered that the man o c; Penn Strengthening Kidney Plaster. .25 o. .. ,
Found per son who passed away within three was dead and furthermore that he had I.. Penn Cherry Elixir.................. .25 ; .
L______Cake_30 _Cents per pound. exceptionally. Each of large the vessels catches brought, which In for extra copies of The J ournaI's days of one another.) been> dead for some hours. m Penn Liniment........................ .25 U- .
Christmas Edition '
were made at the Campeach banks big Out on the sea, death's mystical sea, Coroner Notified. Over one million sample boxes of PENN RHEUMATISM CURE have :zJ'
TURTON & BELL. Coroner Nicholson was notified been distributed throughout tbe United States of America absolutely free of .
and all the will be aside U
fish of good size. and set I knew
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1810. were they my loved ones were drifting shortly afterwards, and heard the charge. Thousands of letters have been received, thanking: the PEXN 1
Kulak Suppl.eii. Finlshinj lor Amateurs In writing from Mobile and ordering for from me; statements of those who had known DRUG COMPANY of PHILADELPHIA, PA.. for their generous method II ,-
__ ._ you. Their eyes sought mine 'till they and praising the healing properties of PENN RHEUMATISM CURE. If .
0- ___ advertising space in The Journal's dim the man since his arrival in the city you have not tried this Invaluable remedy, do not fail to do so at once. ,
COTTRELL Christmas Edition which is to appear = = -:- -:- = -:- = = = =-:;'\ grew so He decided that an inquest< was unnecessary Do not allow the disease to get too strong a hold on you. Remember the -
next Sunday, McMillan Bros.' Co.. :My weeping imagine was lost to them. and came to the decision: years, months or days you have been suffering. Make up your mind to
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. Thair hands grew cold in mine until test the PENN RHEUMATISM CURE. Take.It faithfully according to "
manufacturers of turpentine stills, ul rBLUFF that the man came to his death from
Pensaeola. Fla. SPRINGSJ!jl jlcoc Their pulse ceased and their hearts directions. Expect no miracles, but you will gradually find returning ;. .
say: "We take occasion right here to taking carbolic acid. strength freedom from pain and former health. The excruciating agony of 4 .
l '_. _. __ ray that we think yours is a very wide = ::; : were still In a glass' near the bed was a small RHEUMATIC pains will be gone if not forgotten Rod you will bless the f -
!awake paper and that its get-up in a And my beloved my very;'>wn, quantity of carbolic add and whiskey, day you decided to try PENN RHEUMATISM CURE. :
R. K. WHITE, great manyrespects shows that it is Special to The Journal. Went' bravely out to''the'great un showing that the man had mixed the PENN RHEUMATISM CURE is prepared in both liquid and tablet g .
alchmakf! ,.Manufacturing Jeweler. and Graduate Bluff Springs, Dec. 10.-We are having known. deadly poison with whiskey. He left form. The tablet contains the same Ingredients as the liquid and Is pre- 2'
(ptictaa.30 S. Palafox Street "ensacola.. Fla. the : of an artist in the profes-- pared to meet the requirements of those suffering who may find it incon- -
sion." Such a fine rain this morning. The no letter or message, however and the .4
a compliment coming venlent to carry a large bottle with them. -
from an outside is crops generally are about gatheredbut Out on the sea, the deep placid sea, coroner ordered that the body be
------ -- -- source something the With tender adieus ,they went from undertakerfor Full line of Penn Remedies can be purchased from Hannah Bros.,
that there is some cotton yet in turned over to the county '
might well be
any paper proud of. fields. me, burial 1. which will be done. Hooton's Pharmacy and W. A. D'Alemberte, and all druggists. :i ._

Tersely Told A negro shop lifter, who had gone The large gravel bed just north of And I dared not ask'-them longer to An examination showed that the : 1

:I into the store of L. Milton on Palafox the Bluff 1 is now paying a handsome stay, t mouth and throat of the deceased had PENN DRUG CO. ? ;.V'';

.4* Tolbott Smith representing the street yesterday morning under the profit but It is only being worked on I though with grief r'' 1'iky i heart",would- beea terribly burned by the add-and
\\ Ills attraction is in the city per- pretense of desiring to purchase some a small scale atBluff Springs. On the pine away; '; his death'must have been a most painful i Odd Fellows' Pa. 4
Temple Philadelphia
.:- lUg arrangements for "Sweet Six- articles of wear, was detected in the north is Pritchetl's creek, 'a fine motor, For they said! : "Dear one, but for one. f ; I r

.11. which will appear at the opera act of stealing a pair of trousers by power, supplied by pure running' your sake Another in Room. i ", t."J ,
i i. >ie of the The voyage is one w/s long to take;
Wednesday night one clerks, but succeeded in of running small fac i There was another boarder in the > !
Hon. Thomas Mitchell father of Mr. making his escape. The negro was tory.springs capable. a We'd feel neither sorrow nor regret room who occupied a bed opposite ----- ------- C t'f ;

R K. Mitchell, spent Sunday and yes- standing near a counter containingsome Where the L. & N. R. R. crosses I That set"our ship awaits with sails all that in which Clark died, but during

t<"-aa\ in the city the guest of his son. pantaloons and when he thoughtno this creek there is a beautiful level the night he heard nothing, and was ,
one was noticing slipped a pair : not aware' of the fact that he was oc- Sale VL
Jr." Mitchell Is circuit clerk for Gads- where a cotton factory could be run "Out on the sea, the.brdad restless :1' Bankrupt
under his i until he
coat. One of with a
11 n county and has held mat office the clerks by water power ewry day In the year sea!' uping a room corpse
noticed the act and aroused by the boy coming to
negro was Vt"Jl.s

JliU1years.Marianna: TimesCourier: Cot J. He confronted denied and having accused stolen: of the the pants theft for and a the mere building song. site With could a factory be had located -I Do Let not.our hold freed us spirits here with go prayer gracefully and 1',,tgp Clark.Letters found. among the effects of Monday Dec. 10 at 11 a. m. ; I !;

\\ at this point the cotton crop tears
I" tonjileft, ; Saturday for his home in around it could be increased until the From that fair shore that e'en now
builder trade, and that during -
them from by
!', .i,acola after three weeks stay with prove his statement an adjoining offered store to accom-and to needed supply could be bought off the appears. the past year he,had visited sev- All the stock furniture and fixtures of the :Ii 1',

uv ,11 court Mr. Kehoe's many friend the wagons of the fanners. Grieve not dear heart that you are era! cities. In Texas, Chalmette La.. ,
pany the clerk to the latter store. j
b.arc always glad to see him. This was agreed but The Escambia river swamp fur- left alone Hot Springs and other places. From state of Hoist Bros. bankrupt at the north- t '
upon as soon as f
of all For immortals love and claim their '
nishes an inexhaustible supply of letters it is Judged that his :
!I'.i.{ F. H. EUis, who nas been with I the negro reached the door he madea one the.
kinds of hard wood which can be own, home3.8 in St. Louis tie was a man .
ti -asacola of
:> Business College this sudden of and
jump and fled
the Baylen Zarragossa streets
up street And when enter death's mystery, ast corner
i." lor some months has severedh. making his brought right; to the track of the L. & you about 50 years of age, clean shaven !

..-, connection with that college and escape. X. R. R.. by barge or boat Ve'll come" for you over the sighingsea. and weighing about 175 pounds. Pensacola Fla. Each article be sold 'I II ;v

'\:11: hare this morning for middla When in doubt get Blue Ribbon The regular; services were held at The deceased had no money on his to sepa- :

1! .ida where he will in future re-- Lemon and Vanilla. Absolutely Pleasant Hill church on yesterdayand person or among his effects with the
pure last Pastor with Out on the sea the great silent sea, of ten-cent piece. rately. For further information apply to ;'
!- dredge Craighill, of Mobile bon Flavor" is perfection. Ask for good attendance. Last night the me; It I :;
the 23c 5ize.IENJOYABLE. church was filled. Kissing the Band. ,
1i ICU itat work endeavoring. re- I'll hear them call me from far away t
Mr. Lee Gentry and bride of Mobile The danger of infection which lies in
111.! ballast from underneath anlt.tn.l As I tread the lonely beach some
came on the late train and were at the custom of "kissing the hand" 19 ;:
\) the ship Ingrid, in order to day; .
tot that vessel, has been equipped EVENT the church getting congratulations of 111 see glad smiles o'er their features once more being discussed in Ger. Trustee.:1 j't .

v h a bucket in the place of the all present play many. One writer notes that this danger :

< ,ms which have heretofore been In AFTER THE: SHOWBENNIE The judge's boys as they marry That my earth work is done-Ab, was already known to the Roman ) LU:!
seem to be vielng with each other blessed t
"- -, end better progress is being day emperor, Tiberius, who as Suetonius
:iiade in the work. for the best looking sirl; but the finaldecision Their loving arms will encircle me issued edict against this
l. Is in the future.tINOL As reunited we cross the sea. notes G. DeSILVA & COMPANY ltt f-
The stores from now till Christmaswill DUNHAM GAVE SPREADTO .. I BEATRICE MAREAN. practice at that time In general vogue '

remain open until a late hour, or Ocala, Fla, Dec. 1906.Dnatstonns on hygienic grounds. :. ;: t f
as long as there are any patrons to THE MEMBERS OF THE SETTLES :;' !: Iilean 4
walt on. They I Comforting. i
began last night and That Bury Forests. t
:a good deal of trade was the result. COMPANY.An Travelers In Tibet describe the wonderful Old Croakybo-I think we'd better G Building Material L ,Ii

!It is now only! two weeks until Christ. THE COD LIVER OIL QUESTION. storms of dust that occur i Iz bive the passage and staircase repapered :

i"as, ( time and people are urged to do ; event was the supper N'o will the curative j Kashgnria, near: the foot of tIle Kuen- while I'm laid np. Mrs. Grimage.Mrs. I Shingles and Slate for-Roofing '. f
one dispute
HiHr! buying early and to avoid then given last night to the members of ; G. his housekeeper-Lor' eIr'adn't "
Lun mountains! The dust In the air i Is (
:>;h of the last the who and strength creating; value of cod I ; Plaster Store :
few supported Bennie Patent
days. company I i Fittings 1
I Dunham in the performance at the I liver oil. For centuries it has been) sometimes: so' tlene that complete darkness : yer better wait and see 'ow ye ,
N>st Sunday: when The rain! falls on fust? Them coffins do ma'kesuth
Journal's f Occasionally goes
recognized as the grandest of all prevails.
house last night It
was givenat
,. opera
f to-rrier delivers your paper you will the Kandy Kitchen after the per- healing and body-building agents for! daring such a storm but raindrops: j work with staircase wallpapers.- / Everything for House Building ; : f "

f the agreeably surprised. For insteadof formance, and was a most enjoyable wasted human strength and vitality. I evaporate during their descent, and the j "miles. j
*H1! usual the big Sunday paper you affair. Yet owing to the heavy, greasy oil dust carried with! them falls in lumps. I---- and Repairs. i
ta! :see will be big Christmas Edition and The spread had been arranged and which envelopes the medicinal elements. Entire forests cf poplar trees are burledIn 6
so much good matter be served when the ?nd which has no value eitheras A FRIEND'S ADVICE I
I in it that It will take the family all was ready to dust billoots forty(>('t bljh.! These
tI> to read it all, and they will be large number of persons who assistedMr. I a food or medicine many patients deposits of dr.t are :afterward movedon ; Something Worth Listening To. --
Dunham left the-opera house. weakened by disease cannot digest It I one of the requirements of life. ,
M.ling It several days afterwards. I by the xrind. but the tthat have
During the evening,toasts were offered either In Us raw form or an emulsion.i' A young Nebr. man was advised by will always be elean if you
Jlany will be preserved and some will been buried! die i even after their dls. C I Clothes I : :
w" *ent to friends outside of the city and responded to, and some ex and ethers will! not take it on accountof .. friend to eat Grape-Nuts because he them to j i .
cellent music rendered.Red Us disagreeable odor and tlste--J Intcnncnt! 130 all run down from a spell of fever. .
The New ,Methor&Laundry r
consequently its value is !lost I tells the story: .
A rehcadicsr Stone. PHONE 1188 E.W.LAWRENCE. Prop. t. Veth..4 Unndrr Bldg. .RO/UUst t:
C'the; process discovered by two! I "Last sprin '!. bad an attack of :,
and White WIne.mifapprebensionabout eminent French chemists Morgues i The old beheadins: stone at Stirling 1 fever that left rje In a very weak con- I

"\ the strengthof and Gautier-should interest every I England was protected In 1SS7 by I ditlen. I had to quit work; had no ap-

Christmas Linens red and white wines exists: ," said a I i person In Pensacola. for all of thaI i public subscription: raised at the In- ; petite, was nervous and discouraged.A .

vine grower. "Because red wine has I i tonic, body-building ana curative elements -! stonce of the Stirling Natural History ; friend advised me to eat Grape-

a darker richer look people think it is i I of cod liver oil are now sepa-j! Archaeological! society. It was then Nuts, but I paid no attention to him AGOOO--SIDEWALK !r

LaunderedFor more intoxicating. The opposite, really j''" rated from the greasy: useless oil, and Ii j Inclosed in en Iron cage. There Is another and kept getting worse" as time went

is toe case. lied wines are made given to the people in delicious Vi-l relic of public execution In Stir iby.

the Christmas by fermenting grape juice skins and noL For this reason It is fast super.' ling In the tinseam of the Smith tasti- ;'none"I took of them many seemed kinds of to medicine help me. but My I .

seeds together. White wines are seding old-fashioned cod liver oil and; rate In that city. It i Is the. bowl: which
dinner the system was completely run down my
you emulsions. ; Gives the most ordinary property an appearance of sub : :
made by fermenting 'juice alone. In the public executioner' used when he .blood got out of.order from want of I '
As a body-builder and stantial valua. A one ruin the effect of the handsomest : :
table linen white. strength. .
the skins and seeds there is lot of
snowy a went around the market taking a measure : proper food, and several very large '
creator for old people weak wotnenj! house and grounds. You don't want any ragged '
tannin and red wine contains much farmer's sack. 'bolls broke out on my neck .1 was z
Yours will be if of meal from every '
right delicate children and after sickness II j weak I could hardly walk. I edges to your property. '
tannin, while white wine containsnone. so I
dane and all pulmonary diseases, it is*ir Among good sidewalks a well laid concrete one is easily 1
byThe This tannin, an astringent,I I'I I r recommended by over 5.000() of the J Iraposilb'" Disjjnosis.; I Grape-Nuts TOne day and mother induced ordered me to some eat best. Lasts longer costs less for repairs and adds an air ot )
closes the of tbe stomach and has evidently been eatingtoo \ solid dignity and
pores ; leading druggists of the United! States! "The boy some.L felt better and that night worth. z.
Star Steam ,prevents the alcohol In the red wine;l as the best j jI much between meals," said the rested fine. As I continued to1 i We lay such sidewalks and back every one with our g\1aro s r i tantee. *

from entering the blood freely and )t I Your money back if it doss not dot doctor. use the food every day, I grew Hay we estimate on yoursT 4 Ki

Laundry going. as the saying \Is to the head. i! all we claim. W. H. White & Co. "XonsenscI" repIiaJ the boy's father."A stronger steadily and now have re-j 1 j

White wine, champagne 'for Instance Druggists. boj cc: 't cat In his sleep." gained my former good health. I :

37 E. Garden St. Phone 114 has no tannin, and hence its intoxicat. !\ote--While we are sole agents for "How do yon mean?' would not be without Grape-Nuts as I I Pensacola Cement Stone Company, -

ing properties are much more keenlyto Vinol In Pensacola. It Is now for sale "I mean that ccch of his! meals be- ..1 believe it is the most health-giving

be feared than those of the tannin at the leading drug store in nearly t when he gt"ts11' In the morning i food in the world." Name !given by I II' L f fI
gins S. J.
Pensacola Fla.' Battle Creek. Mich Read : Telephone 1485.
Postuai Co Harvey Manager. 1
town end
In the
W Bulle every city country. b bed." ,
filled ;jriae. -Philadelphia Look for t.b.e VlDol asrncy In your) and ends when, U* *s -Philadelphia -I'{the bock. "The Road to Wellville," in I I :

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cor which arose from the difficulties not brush It off on to me." -Somerville celebrated ,case before the moot' Failing hair Is ctused.'bj germs at the '

I between Stetson and Forbes.-Tampa Journal. fa of the law school of that university -! l7 roots of the hair. Dandruff is caused by

r VJbe en4oia Journal Times. In which an intricate point of Destroys a germs on the scalp. Ayers: Hair\'igor
The,.Ruling Passion law was to be argued.. After the arguments new improved formula, quickly ,
1 I destroys
Misunderstood' Us. A clergyman,told from his text had all been 'made the chief i til C these keeps the
germs scalp
And just to think! Even The Pensa- How Sampsonwas barbered and Justice of the Moot court rendered his f if S
cola Journal has a chip on its shoulderand vexed;. opinion on the case and was fouow-I i t and healthy, and stops falling hair
alr'erms XX !n":r
} DAILY WEEKLY. SUNDAY. ( seems to be suffering for a scrap And told it so true: ed by ",)11'. Justice Howell.. JL JL :color o ;th.hair f.o;.

;with The Floridian? My dear brother, That a man in a pew cording to the University Weekly ----
j I PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY we have quit scrapping. "All In-! Got rattled and shouted out, ""next"' said:" -

14 Nothing doing!" In the language of "H "Messrs. Gibbs and Crockett, though

1 ...BY... old Solomon "It's all vanity and Griggs Lost His Coat into the Court not quite right, 5Iii: = : :E1erJSE !

THE JOURNAL COMPANY. vexation of spirit!" Or as the mottoof -"Dropped Brought; forth many plaudits of delight -
this paper has It-"In a world House this morning and lost my over

where death I*, there, Is no time to coat there confound the luck." Brlggs"That's 0 The argument of tonight will be made!
week I
; FRANK l L MA YES, President and General Manager hat ."Jacksonville ,Floridian. -whole suit nothing.there.-Bo.ton Last- Transcript -I famous by story and SOng

Though I must confess they are In ,
Subscribers.. ,
Delinquent -
j e MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.SUBUCRIPTION The-Tampa Times I* looking aroundfor the wrong, I Wednesday December J2th
timber. During this Wishing.) i ,
RATES cold spat we have been looking aroundfor I'd like to be the author of a' rapid Messrs.. Cromer and Harvey 'covered I
the ground: '
r dead timber at one year's subscription selling book
; One Tear .. .. ....-......IS PO On Month .. .. .? .. .. 45 load.---Lake Butler Star. And figure'in the papers very day-. Crockett made a star punt Harvey
Six Months .. .. ... .. .. 2 50 One Week. .. .. .. .. .. 10j' per : I'd like to win In every thing I ever a touch down.
Three Months" .. .. .. .. 1 2. Weekly Edition' per year..$1 CO An Idea of Advertising. undertookAnd Therefore stand the question as It "be,IWills' Musical Comedy
j' "Advertising is no good.: said the make a million dollars any way. With,the chief justice I do agree. Co.

man in old clothes. "It never helpedme I'd like to have a town or two and luxuries -
The Only Penmacola Atotvspaper From Which a Detailed none." The millionaire merchant to burn Didn't Want to go to CourtA ,
p Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. smiled. "That because you tried it, I'd like to lead a life of gilded ease. man who was rich enough to
John. as the Indian tried the feather I'd like to own an auto car that, it fell sick and in due tim his fam- PresentingSWEET
bed. An Indian took a feather"placed wouldn't overturn. i jIg doctor called a consultation. snif1

Itj Papers Sale Trains it on a plank and slept on it all night !For I never was EO very hard to please.I the conferees' had taken several -
en decided
5 Mltortal RMIM 18 on 1 and smoke over It. they
ii Phe"MB0ttoeu|{ I In the morning he growled: -Paul Cook. ters a
Office 1BOO beI
th first named hoped ,end
1 and at all News Stands. face say feathers heap soft. ;as <
.pale-I I
and reported.
the sickroom
'" Howell's Opinion. Into
heap fool, ugh! Gainesville, SIXTEEN
The appointment a few days-ao'ofL He said: "We are unable to aree; at !

} Offle**-Journal Building-Corner IntontUneia and OeLuna Sts. No Crows.Dr. D. Howell to be justice: of thapeace this time as to whether or not your'trouble I
'"' Littleton. owner and proprietorof for the Jacksonville district of Is constitutional. but- 'Doc.I -

the beautiful Tracey Hotel. 3Cth Duval county, brings to mind a little tor." Interrunted the oatient as he
i and Chestnut streets. Philadelphia, incident that occurred several years!I raised himself on bis elbow and sworea
has just rented )Ir. John B. Beach's ao in Lexington: Va. Mr. Howell,' few Hue, "you don't mean to tell

cottage on Evernia street. The Dr. who was a student at the institutionat i' me I havp to take this to the Supreme

TEDDY'S LITTLE JAP. has been to Miami and commented that time was one of the judges in i. Court to be decided!" Pretty girls catchy tuneful music
I Extending the Market songs
}H f Teddy had a little Jap, rather unfavorably on the hawkingand ,'

H Its skin was very brown; I for South's Staple. cawing of crows In the "Magic: : ,0 : : funny comedians all new specialties.
a., It lived across the country in That the appropriation of a email City" and incidentally Inquired why V ,

1 if, Old San Francisco town. sum by for the of there were no crpws in West Palm ,
congress purpose
it. Beach. lIe was somewhat surprisedto POLITICS AND SOCIETY
extending the market of the southern A beautiful wholesome and
t It tried to go to school one day- be informed that Ex-Mayor Whill- sweet.
I -. It was against tbe rule; cotton planter is appreciated is evidenced den exterminated crows from this

'It made the San Franciscans mad by the following resolution, bailiwick. It required near three AT THE .STATE CAPITALBY sunburst of musical comedy. Funniest

i;,' To :see the Jap at :school. passed at the recent meeting of the years to do it. He did it with hired .

.1 Southern States Commissioners of gunners The Job cost him four hun
The teacher-had to turn him out dred dollars. He being mayor at the JEFFERSON DELL musical farce comedy ever written.

:r Which made the Jap turn red in Jacksonville: time he set aside the ordinance : J
;t With wrath and swift he bleated out Whereas, Cotton is the principal against shooting in the townlimits
.j Ills anger unto Ted. money crop of the south; that this and banged away determined to con

i ft r will continue to be so for years to quer or grow old in the cause. He Tallahassee, Dec. 8.-We have The State Canvassing Board met I

t "What "makes the Jap love Teddy come Is a matter about which there paid 25 cents a bead for dead crows- parted reluctantly with the perfect]I Thursday to canvass the election re Special Prices 25c 35c 50c and 75c.
t : so? can be no difference of opinion. We they were shot by thousands. Now Indian Summer weather of the last turns an official proceeding that has ,

f The eager children cried; note with a degree of great satisfac- West Palm Beach Is off the list of month-to-day is chill and gray at I I to be gone through with before certificates -
;j f "Why, just because Ted loves the Jap," t'on that! the United States Congressat crow towns; if_ they sight the place the capital. Although nothing has I are issued. Under the new'Seats now on sale at Coe's book store.r .

t;.. The teacher then replied. its last session appropriated a small they give it a wide berth. and seldom I I transpired of general interest this' law each candidate is subject to a I
j i t -Tampa sum to be used in the commendable ever fly over the scene of their great week there has been an unusual''charge of one dollar for a certificate t

werk of extending the market in foreign slaughter.-Palm Beach News. number of well known men here I of election. "Well Senator you are
Times wants to
1 The Apalachlcola fields; therefore be it during the week. I elected, we have just canvassed the

:[ know why the Illinois Idea of drainage I'I'i Resolved That we. the Southern After the T. U. Judge ohn W. Malone has been returns," was Mr. Crawford'* greeting -

i wouldn't work in Florida. States Commissioners of Agriculture, The Jacksonville Times-Union used here holding the fall term of the circuit to the new Railroad Commissioner. -

f. I and Agricultural Workers, in eighth to say some awful nice things about court Frank.Simonton state senator "Ill have to charge you a dollar
The Birmingham Age-Herald says annual session convened in the city of St Petersburg. The bouquets came in I I James E. Crane and John Mc- do you think your office Is worth r PIANOS GOOD PlAN OS

'tl!;: the Carnso-Monkey-House souvenir Jacksonville, Florida take advantageof bunches. The Independent publishedas Fall came up Sunday in the interests I,that" "Yes Indeed," and with alacrity -

cards have reached that city.Ji' II this, the first opportuity, to ex. much as two columns in one weekof of Mr. :McFall for the appointment of produced shining new dollar
press our appreciation of the recognition the best ,that the T.-U. had in its tax collector of Hlllsborough county!'r which. however Mr. Crawford declined -
Live Oak is at last to have a new given our greatest crop and office. Our good friend Mr. Straub vice C. E. Worth who has filed his, to take until he has the ruling of

Ji' hotel and Like Oak is not the only heartily, commend the good work un- dedicated a splendid cartoon to the notice of non-qualification with the I,the Attorney-General upon this clauseof A good piano is cheaper in the end, in the beginning -

town in Florida that needs a new dertaken for the benefit of the cot. Times-Union and we pdjtorially thanked governor. Mr., Worth has held the the new law.
all time.A
and the
hotel. ton planter and the manufacturer and the Times-Union for its unselfishness. office for a number of years and was I I Mr. Blitch is so pleasant, so thorloughly .
t urge our Southern Congressmen and But about that time something re-elected at the last election, but on genuine and honest that it

]: f' The Ocala Banner. recently made the Senators to use every effort to s<>,'dropped. That was six months ago. account of falling health will not shines through and no man receivesa :Watch for 79c is nevertheless a watch.A .
for Since then the Times-Union has handed after warmer greeting at the statehousethan
(, statement that Birmingham was making -! cure adequate appropriations tV serve the expiration of his preSent -
r. in,' active'continuation of this work. St. Petersburg!: the lemon. Nevertheless term. :Mr. McFall was appointed he does. The appointment of suit, of clothes for the l largest man at $-1.98 i i-!
more progress: than any city There Is no question but that the importance the board of trade has moneyto Monday by Governor Broward his successor as supervisor of state "

4!f: the south and immediately Tampa be- of this matter will commendit spend and has taken scace for the To-day gexatolThomas F. West'of convicts has not yet been, given out still a suit.

t : came offended. to the careful consideration of rep- next three months In the Times-Union Milton, 'Representatives-elect' Ion L. Although there are scores of applicants -

resentatives of the southern statesin and We hope that it won't refuse our Farris of Duval county, and Syd L. lor the position the choice lies Yet these articles are dear because worthless.

: Yale's football team netted sixty. congress and that an effort will be money.-St. Petersburg Independent Carter. 9! Alachua, Railroad Commis- between two men. I'

l five thousand dollars this season. This made to secure a sufficient appropriation fie : : : : .:._ c .,.. sioner-elect Newton A. Butch, and Another Bride. The same thing is true of cheap pianos-pianos
r with the free advertisement of the institution to carry on the work. Walter K. Haileyare here. Tallahassee society is in a state of

t. and the fun derived from the I, The south's great cotton crop should I ALL SORTS. "Is that the Speaker of the HouseI expectancy over the advent of an Unexpected I I'I which are made like lightning and sound like thunder
receive the recognition to which it is see before meT! I asked Judge Far- bride and groom, Major Da-
games makes a good return on the justly entitled. Extension of the market = : : : W 'I -after-a little use.
: 0 = = = = = = : = rls a'Imet hlnt-ln the corridor. "I: pray of the United States Army and .
energy invested I will, of course result in greater hope Uiot.? ha aaiwerd, ."I've: got too Mrs. Dapray. No one ever dreamed '

demand and a consequent increase in A Thought. much to do on the'floor to want to be that :Major: Dapray,' who was knownas _A Kranich .& Bach, Lester, Packard, Cassell,
The Tallahassee True Democrat
says value of the staple, two things for It pays to hustle in this life, Speaker." So I had no hesitancy In a confirmed bachelor, would ever
that one of the candidates for county I I r which the south would be sincerely It pays to keep on moving' greeting Mr. Carter as "Mr. Speaker" join the noble army of benedictsand Clutter Piano, last a life time and are always good.

: Judso of Leon county has the endorsement ,thankfuL A little further up each day when I met hinr'on the capitol steps the announcement of his mar-

;: of ninety-five per cent of the I Advancing and improving.Paul. and his smile was so cordial that I riage last Saturday to :Miss Helen See them at the Clutter Music Houseoldcstand
r citizens' of that county. In that event The Journal has just received a Cook. knew I had hit'the vulnerable spot Cassia Washington was a delightful -
; I copy of the latest edition of "Web- Senator West the brainy young surprise. I say a delightful sur- largest in the state.IFOOT.

ha should get the plum. j I ster's International Dictionary"-the Blessings in Defeat statesman from ,Santa Rosa county prise for we all agree with that pas-

And Savannah most valuable single book that a There are blessings in defeat as would not, tell-me who will be the sage of Scripture that says that it is
now has it In for r
well as in victory, said the philoso- president of the senate of 1907, all not good for a man to live alone.
John Sharpe Williams. The I[newspaper office uses. Webster's i<* "
pher. "Yes, answered the I
', disappointed I got from him on the subject was a Major Dapray has been stationedin
leader refuses to appoint a now the standard dictionary with all candidate. "There Is nothing like modest inquiry whether or not Frank Tallahassee two years as military

,,",: member of the Georgia delegation on newspapers, just as It is with the defeajt for keeping a reformer from Adams wanted it Aspirants for the advisor to the governc, He served BALL

}, the Rivers and Harbors Committee I schools, the courts, the. law-making backsliding."-Washington Post. presidency of the senate always wantto in the Philippines witn distinctionand
know whether Mr. Adams wantsit is a thoroughly charming and delightful
bodies, and the world in general and
I of the House in the place of the late A Backward Fall. ___
not before make cal who always wanted _
or they man -- --
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I the latest edition i ,is the He -- -------
'1 Representative, :Mr. Lester. : ? most complete glided out culations. some charming woman to preside over

work of information of. any single Before them all Hon J. N. Coombs the Great the five o'clock teas he yearned to Palmetto 2cachSATURDA
. Advices from Tallahassee state that volume published. And circled swiftly Sachem of the Florida Republicans give. 'Now he has found this charm

Fat Murphy has been sojourning there'I Round the hall, was a ditinguished figure at the Leon ing woman and I am sure the Major

for several days He doubtless left Judge Malone sentenced four defendants He dipped and swung Wednesday. Mr. Coombs was returning will bring his fine collection of curious -
I in his court In Tallahassee last And curved and slid beautiful bric-a-brac and Y
:. a bunch of letters while there for his And from Jacksonville where the and DEC 15
dear friend "Spots." It is rather week to twelve months imprisonment: every graceful "powers that be" had some sort of rare furniture that adorned his bachelor 9
unusual Thing he did.
in Texas to Tallahasseeand
meeting. quarters
for Pat to be in Tallahassee'for selling liquor In Leon county. 'Till the spectators
for his friends.
Canvassing Board Meets. keep open house I
. ,_ when the legislature is not In session.: Pretty expensive business. Did In nothing amaze else UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA MEDICAL COLLEGE

a I r *ai ;Y' d N ?41
:: John Sharpe Williams ; But and
- says turn gawp gaze. % Indnitrloo Chloric Children
TVeli a. Weather Prophet I
about is fair play in the matter of The Chinese are a wonderfully In- "
' And then-and then- A popular idea in Switzerland ,that
committee representation in the house., itFROM STATE PAPERS. How can we tell come of the, wells! in that country arc dustrious people and their children PENSACOLA FOOT BALL TEAM
If he follows the precedent he has set t Or how explain, reliable weather prophets has been learn very early to make themselves

.1., by his refusal to appoint a Georgia] *#******##* ***#*#******$* What then befell? proved by scientists to be well found useful In the streets of a Chinese

man the Rivers We only know town It is no uncommon sight to see Game Called Arrival 1 3
on and Harbors Committee I Pumpkin Pie Trust. ed. These wells, by some sort of pressure on of O'clock Car.

l" the chances are that if Spark.] The pumpkin pie trust is causing That 'way down town not clearly understood, have the two 'children who are so young that
The jar was felt they can hardly talk trotting along
t man goes to the senate from this state.1 needless alarm. The pumpkin is the When he sat down; property of drawing In air at certain with a bamboo pole on their shoulders ADMISSION 50 CentsFQ'OTBALL

S Florida will loose out on that commit; easiest thing in the world to raise, except We know one leg times and of blowing out air at ether by which they are carrying home a pail
cain.-Miami News. periods. In order to ascertain definitely
: tee. i Is in a splint.
of,water. If one child is stronger than
if there was truth in the idea
But what he said any
Indian Self Government. the other the pail is hung near his
r The following from the Gainesville We dare not print. ot weather prophecy the wells were '
That Nevada Indian who ran away shoulder, for thus he takes the "heavy
Elevator sounds a little queer when WP know folks walk covered and a small opening was surmounted "
with the election returns is another end of tbe pole.
,L r one considers that Alachua county evidence that the Indians have become Ten miles or more with a U shaped: pressure

;, captured the first prize at the Tampa capable of self governme t. Miami To' look at where gauge. It was found that when the' A Collector of Snnffboxei. _
He hit
the floor
State Fair News. : barometer rises the air rushes into tbe
: W,:> know when folks The only expensive personal: fancyof
wells In and when
a steady current
; "We did hope this :year that there Bantam Rooster.A Come to condole Frederick the Great it is said was
the barometer falls the air rushes out.
would be no outside influences brought big hearted man never exults overa With ,him be says his hobby for collecting snuffboxes, of
Toe currents of air definite and
: to bear upon the awarding 'of prizes fallen foe. But the small minded, two "Lord bless my soul!* are which he left as many as 133 approximately BARTON ACADEMY
to the
at the Tampa State easy perceive even
Fair but from Some e'en
by four little fellow will crow likea valued at 1300000. Lord
the statements made by reliable sentinmen Hell skate again gauge The general tendency of the .
bantam ,rooster, if he happens to ; Malmesbury says that one could hard-
: who were present that political win H. tears off language weather is foretold with considerable .
the fight-Carrabelle Advertiser
ly approach the without
undercurrent so prejudicial to Lib! this then: certainty.-Chicago Tribune.In ; : .OF MOBILE
everything in, the state brought its Correct it Again. _ft!_!*!_!jjjjJndd !! Two thousand pounds weight of Spanish .
bidden forces to bear and snuff bad always to be kept in
pushed We made the type read that Hearst Mortimer Lewis.A .
aside right and justice. We can not had cut the Republican majority in store but smoking, on the other hand.

affirm! that President Brown has apolitical New York"state" from 23,000 to 21,000 Dream of Love. reality history Is of no anti was on abomination to Frederick. vs

bee humming in his hat. !but when It should have read "from 250,000 "I may not love you; yet at evening Humanity U caught every day wlui ; ,
the choice of judges;: in some instances to 520,000." almost 200,000'otE>S.- When all the world is calm and traps that have served before. Choice of Erll. ; :+>

Inclines one to that opinion." Alachua Press. still.Dreams Smiley hope you won't mind if I

of love come o'er me steal bring a friend home to dinner tonight, PENSACOLA CLASSICAL
GMnesville has dreamer
a and the That Virginia Hen.
Ing.While Self Re ret. dear. :Mrs. Smiley-Oh, no, sir. Thatis
other night he was living in that beau- A Virginia hen, with one egg every thoughts of you my senses There is no one thing so necessaryfor better than being brought borne by .
tiful little city in the year 1912 and b'f'ntyfour hours to her credit exclusive filL"
one's real advancement In life as a t friend after dlnner.-chlcago. SCHOOL- .
of the moulting; season is the ; -
this is the picture he saw: thorough self respect You must think
champion of the world up to date. Fraternity."If .
Now we are having our Coney She Is expected to cross the-300 mark I could write on > little word well of yourself or others will not re- Girl Friendship. *v
Island only six miles away on a beautiful before the of spsct yon.-Success Magazine.The : EdIth-Did 'for
end twelve months. This Upon the hearts of men. you sing Mr. Bore- 'December
lake; we are having water carnivals beats anything except the hen they I'd din it into tho fount of love leigh last night Ada-Yes, I sang almost Friday, 14 1906.

and motor boat races; the hotelson used to sing about in that old Virginia And write with golden v nOne world is like a staircase-some a whole hour for him. Edith- ,

business the lake are doing a wonderful song, which "laid two cggg every day little word and only one, go( up and others come down.-Itallaa I'm so glad to hear it! I've always
real doubleIn
value;; every estate business isnanny around the! end News.Sunday she laid three."-:Maimi And done feel;life's work, on earth well Proverb. had the greatest aversion to that man! Palmetto Beach, Admission 50 cents

square is doing three times the business -
For every heart would speak to me
of 1907 and the stock of the DeLand Trouble
rock Settled. I That one sweet word Fraternity."
road company is a paying investment The Stetson-Fprbes-Mathes slander :
Lillian Pollock.
There are royalties from hotels, from suits have been settled out of the

auto '1>u8ses. from quick-lunch rooms court The stipulations, have been I In The Pullman. 1

fnd from merry-go-rounds and other kept private. The credit Is said ,to Traveler In Parlor Car-"Porter, Femenina for

emnspment companies on the lake. I I be due to Dr. Hulley, president of the that man In front will give, you a quar- % aimiuiarnj.p41! J
There Is enough prosperity to go I Stetson University. It is a very trp for dustin him off won't he,"

,..- nrnun lUhr company down to every bootblack .I trouble is over and that the school Traveler-"WelU 111 give you half a

j on the square." will be no more'hampered by the ran dollar to leave the dust on him and, Equal to any, SI.00 preparation on the market


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Special-to The Journal. + .
Century, Dec. 10.-The glorious :
weather continues. Subsets aresiore We have just received -the.;.largnest.: handsomest i ,

BY AURELIE MAREAN BERNARD. i aad Mr.more and' gorgeous.MM. John Mules after and most complete-' of |

spending a few days hera.. bare returned i
TeIephoneJ f No. 609 Before 3 P. M. to Duluth. Mrs. TUlottson. .
t No. 3$ After'3 P. M. Mrs. Milieu's"maOsT! will remain all Xmas c.
winter. Miss Sadie Durtbotn a .,. L 1 ,
young friend of lllsa Xillotteon. has t li -

joined her and win remain for the I
__ ,, Perfumes t.
-- iUF ----- winter. I i : .i ,

'TIS TIME to get your Christmas foot Mr. Sheehan has been spending a I ,

LET GOOD BE SAID.VOien wear. Do not delay your purchases until few weeks In Mobile. ". ,

over the face of friend or foe 7/te Journal's Daily Fashion Feature the last moment but buy now and avoid' Miss Jean Patterson is spending. : ever offered for sale in Pensacola. 'No old stock- :
the rush. Select what you want and we Saturday and 'Sunday with her parents
The instead shadow of the grave shall fall; will reserve, until: wanted. If you cannot In Muscogee. everything new: and clean. Our Xmas stock is now | S

come yourself, just, phone 693 and we Miss aKtie White visited friends in i
Cf words of blame or proof of thus. ready for your inspection. We know \ve canplease < > ; t
.j will gladly send wpat you want. Remember Pine Barren recently. *,
Let and something so good be said. Footwear makes useful gifts Wehave Miss Fannie Franklin recently visited you. lOc to $!(I a bottle. : 11

all styles for mother, father. broth r. friends here. i l
fellow-being sister or the entire tamUy'and friends. Mrs. McGee, with little Miss Etinand : i
not that no yet
forget Let shoes and sUppers head you ChriSt- baby, is visiting her mother in :
but love lift
May fall so low may I mas lst.! Savannah.Mr. f The Crystal Pharmacy : '
bis i Vaugha.n.1las accapted.tn position f l'
the cheek of blame with tears
of chief:: engineer at the mill of
is wetIf the Alger Sslllcan Lamljer O@lpany.This : Burnt Emitting. i 1 ): '. '

something good be said. position was recently resignedby :......................... .. .. . ....... ... .......... ]i '

\" ijeaeroua heart may vainly turn t\ MEYER SHOE CO. Mr.Mr.Will GeisL:McDowall is still holdingthe ................ .... ............a........... .... ;'
aside position of chief saw. led at the .i. ;

In ways of sympathy; no soul so _, milL He is quite a young man for : CHRISTMAS GIFTS IN JEWELRY.AND. CUT GLASS I .
dead but he is
so responsible a position.
!I ,t may awaken strong and glorified, I .. FEET a young man of sterling qualities.He Nothing is more suitable for a Christmas girt or more: appreciated by '' .
rt something good be said. perfect satisfaction. A bril- the recipient than a piece of jewelry or cut cUss. My stock was selected ,
gives a for the special purpose of affording: something suitable for tnla purpose. .
';: 102 S. PALAFOX ST. liant,future is predicted for him. 9. Here are just a few of the offerings: i '
f'ld so I charge ye, try the thorny i/ : ; \ The public school carried out the DIAMOND GOODS. .f ,
crown ; following very nicely for : Diamond Rings ........$10 to 9185 I Diamond atlofc,Puts ... _$5...to, $Z5 '
the which the '. Diamond Brooches .... ...$S to 950: | Diamond Lockets ..... 5to 10'*O
Xnd by cross on &: :IJ fi. II]: Thanksgiving: WATCHES. 1 I

Sanor bled q Round-Good EveningTeachers.SongAmerlca6th Ladles' 0 size, 20-year filled Keystone eases ....................122.50 to $20 : '
Acd by your own soul's hope of fail i CAFE 7th and 8th .. Solid Gold 14 karet .....,..*................................._......935 .
renown Solid Gold Diamond set ....... .................... _........v..........147 ,
said. : \ grades. Gentlemen's 12 and 16 size watches ............................. $14 to $-40 !: r. ,
Let something be Thanksgiving
good Recitation-The First
-James Whitcomb Riley. ; \ i -Miis Pearl llcCurdy. i Solid gold Neck Chain -.............................?.....- ....9380 to sin !j' '
NONPAREIL Declamation-I Thing I Thunk a Solid gold locket ......._..................... ... ...........f3.75to $15 4 .
Cushman-Hendrix ( I Lie-Master Raymond VaughnLasayThankagivingMISS ., Diamond Lockets .............CUT......GLASS................J.............$10 to S30 o? .

Margaret Cut Glass Pitchers .............................................$4. 0 to $1v50 < .
Wedding ToNight.The 8 1.2 S. Palafox Strett.upstairs. B McC k1l1, primary teacher. : Cut Glass Bowls .....;.............................-?..",-....;.:$3.25 to 99 00 < > ,
marriage of Mr. Ralph Carter Song-Hail Cohimbia 6th, 7th and : Cut Glass Vases ....-,........................_....-L-,....,,.' ... >. s tO ilJOO I.e
ushman! and :Miss HatUe Hart eld !, 7 to 9 I $th Grades. Cut GiassfNapples ..... ..........................r<........_,.......$ *to $a .
Open m. m.
Hen rix will occur this!! evening alight a. p. Debate. Cut Glass Sugar and cream Sets ...................-.M M......, to o.oo +
218 South Palafox St. ,
thirty o'clockat the residence ,. -: OUR SPECIALTIES: | :Resolved: That.the Colonists Were I These are simply a few of the many articles I am offering and...ril of i.. .
.jf the bride's parents .)lr. and Mrs. I./i/ Justifiable in Destr Ying the Tea in myL goods are fully guaranteed. If flutes represented, 'yvr money bath
(G. B. Hendrix, number 1224 East I 'I Gq 5' 2:30 Business, 60 cents.Men's Dinner 12 to t g Boston Harbor by seventh grade. :

Strong street Rev. F. A. Rogers. ol 11h t @ Theatre Parties, regular boarders g Harvest Home.Drill-boys and girls. W. A. GAHLENBECK t.
the GadJden strett Methodist enure: ,, 7: and Meal ,Tickets. B Song-Auld Lang Syne-7th and 8th .
t ij 218 S,uth Patefox Street. 4"
will officiate. @ grades.
The annomicement of the approach \ : I PHONE 1830. Debate. ............................. ................... ii

Ing.nuptlais! of this popular couple will ;; The neatest, cleanest and beat Resolved That a High Protective .4'
come as a pleasant surprise to theIr ,r-.w\ A'. e In tOwn In which to get your (.aplace Tariff is MosUBeneflclal: to the United ........0...........................................$ .
i friends in the city and else 1A' t .. meals. g .
(many Jc 1I / Come ;">we win trust yon toM States\ by eighth grade.
where. O'cfCI. Recltatton Twin >Iidnight and
come agala.PERSONAL !V!: i
Miss Henclriz.is an attractive and / Morning-Miss Jean Patterson, first OneThirdof
accomplished: young lady and ha bDD .u :::-"- assistant.Mr. .

many Jrieada who will wish her greal / / and :Mrs. Tracy spent last Mon
happiness.Mr. day in Pensapola._ They AY that Pea- : Your Life in Bed i .
Cushman.ls one of the best I' MENTION.Mr. sacola is recovering very"nicely from

known".and best thought of young the effects of the storm. .
.business men of Pensacola. He is the w. A. Allen, who has been visit. Rev. Mr. Lawrence Is attending the : Since about a third of your life! is spent in : -
eldest son of Dr..and Mrs. H. C. Cush- log ils family in south Florida has re, annual conference at Eufaula.
man and numbers hiS friends by the turned to Pensacola. Mt. Israel Wafermann, a cousin of bed, why not have the bed comfortable ; you i ,'

ana peer r in ared.thlfe city.'whero he was born BLOUSE OF SI LK OR LINEN. Montgomery Advertiser: Hen. J, rind. J..B.hospital.Vaug Mr.. %"waterman.now at the Is ma-a getfall that's good and comfortable in thebed45nehere. .. j, .

invitations were issued to the Campbell Avery; of. Pensacola, was veteran of two wars. His home is In : I''
wedding. as'it win be. a quiet home The design shows one of the new" Ing was of taffeta silk, the buttons In the city ,e terdlf). Indiana, but ho is spending the winter :

affair% witnessed only by relatives and models in tailored* shirts, the little ased in groups down the front being of Mr. Chas. Gonldicg' has returne4 her Iron Beds $2.80, $4, $5 and up to $25. : 1; :
intimate friends of the contracting Silk. crochet to match. Foar inch- spent the week with
the front to, Bluff atter a tort visit Mrs. C lu9Y Wire and Victor $4.50.
parties. knife-platted ruffles edging wide box plaits were: laid on either J ppriiiga, Mrs. H uss. ; Springs, Woven Spiral, i .
plaits ant cuffs giving a touch of orig. side of the'fronX the back showing with friends : ; There was quite an enthusiastic $6.50 $15.
: Felt Mattresses to :
Birthday Party For inality. The waist shown in the draw three box plaits dawn the middle. Miss Florence' Byrnes and Miss meeting..ot the Knights of Pythias .

Miss Hirschkovitz.Mr. Nina Parise spent Sunday at Olive Friday ) g'ht. TBertf Vas a special Feather Pillows, $2, $3, 3.50 and $5. _
whore they bad a'pleafcant. day with train ,to brinff up ifte; visitors. Delightful II III
and Mrs. A. Hirschkovitz enter- of the young lady who had net and was a half dozen pretty handker relatives and friends.Dr. t refreshments were served. I BUY USEFUL CHRISTMAS GIFTS.
ta'ced a party cf young people In dreamed of the object of the big chiefs. The booby prize was capturedby ..--J- Miss Bessie Patterson after spending : i i

'itonor of the thirteenth birthday anniversary wagon at the dep6t. Miss Ethel IsreaL L.rC.'PhiHjai! haaj-eturned: from sever 1.days with her sister Miss I .
of their attractice niece, Miss The wagon was arranged for.a hay The dining, room was handsomeLyapoinedandthe Jacksonville ,, whereh. .fcu been ,attending Jean; Patterson, returned home last : .L1MARSTON "
Paula Ihrscttovltz of Pensacola. ride and was occupied by'the followIfcg young peopte/great- ,a. med ,of*tile Bfarte-Bemee- wb&k. I '
The rarty was tIven at Warrington guests: Miss flies Zung, Miss ly enjoyed the bountiful refreshments, pathic Society., Mrs. galstspnt.SatUraY night and &; QUINA, : :y

End wcs a ;great succe"'as it was given Eva Berlin. MissHazel. Jacoby, Miss consistingof ices, fruits, candies, etc. Suhday.ta: PiWBarreftMr. ; .
as a surprise to Miss Paula and Goldlne Jacoby, Miss Gladys Cahn, Souvenirs of the occasion were Duster : Mr. and Mr .*Alfred Davis,are rejoicing : StUI !vafis''ha nnoved to Century. : 't 1
roved a genuine; one. Miss Sadle-Cashman'Miss: HildavBear, .Brown trumpets, which afforded a over the.arrival. eta'fine baby I. 108/110 S. Palafox St. Phone 149. Pensacola, Fla. i 1 ,'

The hospitable home was decorated Miss Lillian Friedman, Miss Ethel eat deal of amusement as well as boy who made bis apearance the lat Miss-Maggle;Ray spent .Saturday s t
handsomely In red and green, Isreal.[ noise. ter part of"lastweek. nitat wltn'Mw/Lawrenceof; 'Pine Bar .............. ..................................... L L I t" ; ;

quantities of red roses, red cacoations Upon arriving at the house the The party left on the seven o'clock ren. -5 ; : !
*nd green vines being; used in the roung'people entered with 'spirit:into dummy for their: various homes in The Nomads held" an .interesting tJ' ) ; ,
afternoon, at the Jackson Square can Bar Association, which he attended
decorations. the games!! arranged for their 'amusement town, after 1.spending a"err pleasant meeting Monday Best In the cup, Christmas
When the early afternoon dummy which consisted of "Buster afternoon. : home of,Mrs..C.We'Oliver, oh the bay. Cotiee. The: only premium given is at St..Pa.u1. Minn. t' }.
the ,
interest was
A matter of state
shore. its quality.
arrived at "Warrlngton Mr. 'Hirchko- Brown," and the amusing_u potato a guarantee of questidn of forming a State Bar Asse.ciatlon :
ritz acc mpa led'bybisn! met game. Jake Hirschkovitz Also The New City Flinch Club will STATE which was discussed, and it fruitsThis ti '

the jolly party o'f yonng*. ..:people, as The first prize in the Buster Brown Has Birthday Party. meet this week'..on Thursday Insteadof DISCUSSED was decided that the Jacksonville as- r
'they alighted, much to the Y was wont by Miss Rosa Zung !
surprise game i with Mrs. BAR ASSOCIATION through its committee already -
Tuesday formerly sociation
Master Jake Hirchkovitz also had a as is the place to 'ouy: ; :
corner of Fourteenthstreet appointed extend aa invitation
..... birthday the same afternoon James GfereTds.
--- ---- patty upon '
that his cousIn :Miss Paula, en and Thirteenth avenue. The.Jacksonville Bar Association to the judiciary, both state and fed- your :Fruits, Oysters, Can 'f.-
It its monthly meeting Sat.un:1y eral, and representatives from the f.
tertained held dies Fire Works etc. for the .i-
her'friepds. The frienda.of Mrs. Sylvester Weeks : morning,' says the Jacksonville other bar associations, and from townsin .
:Master Jake five
was years oldupon sympathize with.ber in the loss other. Metropolis, and listened with much interest which there is at present no assocIations holidays. Prices reasonable. :
that.day and charmingly entertained favorite niece, Miss.Mary E. Stevens, to an address delivered by Hon. in the state to meet at the date

Can You Match This? about The six of 'bis host little who friends.resembles a young lady of rare accomplishmentsand W. H. :Baker, mayor cf Jacksonville, of the annual meeting of the Jacksonville G. P Caparisos J
Bus .
ter'Brown with high social standing. Miss Stevens upon the recent meeting of the Ameri- association February to forma "
entertained a getfuine died suddenly at the home of her State Bar AB ociatlon. Car. Tarragona and Intendenela 8U. I jj t.
Buster Brown party. ;
parents in Ohio and 'as Mrs. Weeks The meeting was largely attended : : .
JThose who won the prizes in the had recently visited there, and had THISTLES AND DANDRUFFAn by prominent representatives of the <

.................. ...... games played were Master Bernard left her niece in perfect health, the legal fraternity in this city, and there : )
14K Solid.Gold Watch. Elgin movement, .. $20.00 Greenhut) ; an oatmeal set, and Miss Parallel and a Valuable the question of C. V. THOMPSON ; i
,M. 25-year Gold fiJed! Watch Hampden movement ......*...;;"'I? ..."':':'.';.-.$15.I .5o Bertha .. news of .her" sudden death came as a Interesting was much interest in ,
I:< Solid Cold.Locket.as low as,...... ................:fT.*...':..?..........$.4.OQ Liechkoff the second"prize, a great shock. Deduction Therefrom. organizing a state association and the l h
I< Solid GoldCuff Links ............._........'.......r.7..1'. ..*....., 2.00 fancy calendar. Cutting down thistles no more relieves benefits to be' derivai therefrom.In I THE STATIONER I i ,
...... ... '. ,..' .......". .
Solid Gold itarf Pins .4..7. \ $ 1.00 Mrs. J. K. Osborne -Jacksonville, the land of thistlea than:: does No. 20 South Palafox St. I

Gold and silver-mounted Umbrellas of the test quality at lowest prices. The Christening of who has been Pensacola, during the scouring the scalp to cure dandruff.In Praise of Chamberlain's Cough I Ilolid'-'r good. an fresh and MW. .J .'
Two past week visiting her sisters, Mrs. each case permanent relief can only Remedy. Box Papers latent styles Tissue and .
Pretty I
Anything.to' e.found)inan up-to-data jewelry store such as hand Scarritt: Moreno and :Miss Carrie .come from eradicating permanently There is no ether medicine manu Crepe Papers. I'o! .'
painted Chrha, Silver-Novelties Silver.-plated.Ta! Ware,,Carving Sets, etc. An interesting double c tenlngoccurred Roberfs, has returned to her home, to the cause. A germ that plows up the factured that has received so much I Bibles.Cards Testament Postals, Paper Booklets DoClta,Christmas Noy.. t I !

All! goods engraved without extra charge. last Sunday morning at the regret of her many friends here. 'scalp in sealching for the hair root praise and so many expressions of ry Punea and }Hand Bags French Stag :-.' .
Christ church when two pretty babies where it saps the'rlta.1fty. causes dandruff gratitude as Chamberlain's Cough Koteltiee Dainty Thermometer for ,'< i :.i
daughters of Mr. Fred A. Sweet and Judge and Mrs. A. C. Blount are falling hair and baldness. If Remedy. It is effective, and prompt decorative Banks Vlf ittaf purposes.Cards, Pirn Powd Fapera.lUll! Penny i f

, Mr. Ihos. J. Holt, received the rite expecting their young son, Mr. Clement you Kill that germ you'll have no dan relief follows its use. Grateful parents ecJ'j. i "
F. of baptism. Blount, home to spend the Christmas druff! but a luxuriant suit of hair.Xewbro's everywhere ,do not hestltate to ;- -5--- / 1 '
J. Davis Jeweler Both babies wore handsome chris- holidays. lIe is at present attending Herpicide Is the only hair testify to its merits for the benefit of :. 1 J.-1
tening robes and college in North Carolina. in'the world that cures for 'II
were preparation
as sweet and
others. It IB a certain cure croup
I dainty as tiny rose buds. dandruff .and falling hair by killing and will prevent the attack if given "The Best Is What We Sell" 1. ; '
Brent 23 S. Palafox Street. I Thev little Mr. and Mrs. John Price are expect "Destroy the cause you ; : f
Building, daughter of Mr. Holt was the germ. at the first appearante of the disease.It -5, .. 4
christened ing daughter, Mrs. Jack Ross and the effect. ;
Harriet and her remove to childrenas
-I were Mr. N. P. Rotureau, MI sponsors s. H. R. daughter, Erma with, to them spend the Christ I For sale by W. A. D'Alemberte It is is especially pleasant to adapted take and contains THERE i; r :ll
mas holidays at tuelr homeon 121 South
--- -- ----- ---_. Holt of Savannah, and Mrs. !II. R. West druggist and apothecary nothing injurious. Mr. A. E. Hum ,
Garden street.
w ,..,... _&"'"PI I Baker of Washington.The Palafox street or send lOc. In stampsfor phreys, a well known resident and I
-r--- second little caughter of Mr. The handsome home of Mr. and sample to The Herpicide Co., Detroit clerk in the store of Mr. E. Lock of NOTHINGBETTER :

Fine Military i and Mrs. Fred A. Sv'cct was given the Mrs.: Caleb Burgoyne on Jackson street Mich. Alice Cape Colony. South Africa, 1
I I name of Charlotte Hackley, being la nearing completion and when fin says: "I have used Chamberlain's ;
,named for her grandm() hcr. Mrs. L ished will be one of the handsomest Cough Remedy to ward off croup and

Hair Brushes I Paul Spencer An interesting coinci- residences in that portion cf the city. j colds in my family. I found it to be '
i dence was that the little one is named i I vry satisfactory, and it gives me THESE COLD %
Twenty-two different i after her grandmother the 'same as her Mrs: J. Campbell Avery and little I Van Camp'sPork 1 pleasure to recommend It." For sale
godfather Mr. Chas. E. arrived home I}:
''tie Goulding. Lit I I daughter yesterday even- by; all druggists.MAXIMUITEMPERATURE; : 'MORNINGS .
suitable Charlotte's in extended visit with
styles, sponsors were Misses ? after an Mrs.
j !Eveljir S. Thornton Miss Hattie I Avery's parents. Mr. Avery met them I and Beans i i'j 77 it;t
for man or Goulding and Mr. Chas. E.. Goulding. in Montgomery and accompanied them DEGREES; MINIMUM 67 DEGREESThe
I. home., They are now with Judge and i I than hot cakes with.good .f t

boy They are In Junior Auxiliary I I Mrs John C. Avery, at their handsome make an appetizing maximum temperature at Pen butter and syrup on ) ,
at ;
home, corner of Barcelona and Gads-l' sacola yesterday was
ebony, embonoid, Christ Church. den streets. 1 dish ,and are al- 1:30 p. m., while the minimum registered them. We have : ;
Celluloid 67 degrees at 3 a. m. Last year
Rosewood Quite an original entertainment was Mrs. George Holmn was the hostess way ready. Pleasant on toe same date the maximum was Hceker't Fbp-J'ck Flour......1CetsRal t ;

backs,somstrimmed given church by the junior auxiliary of Christ I I of the Friday pftemonn Euchre 1 _. to the taste, and : S3 degrees and the minimum 38 de ton'. Pn-Cak Buck-Wheat Flour., 1Q....lOctz ;: SHecker's

r residence yesterday of Sirs afternoon,, .at- the Club at its last niectinc. ilrs. Hoffman !, chock full of grees. and ..........-............_aScta ..k : '
John WoodIt nour-
i withSterflngSflver.We ---I 1 won the ace prize Mrs. Annie i iI Fashioned Buck Wheat, .;. I '
was "seven" cent sale," the admissIon I Dooley the consalatlon! Mrs. :Mary J JI ishment, 10, 15 and DONT BE CROWDED OUT. SENDIN Old.6 pounds ..................2ScU .:, l .
I was seven cents, no articlesold Ellea Levy the lone hand and Mrs. V. YOUR ORDERS AT ONCE FOR '
cost over seven cents and 'eT'ery1se'enth I Fauna the booby. The meeting of the i 20enfs: YOUR CHRISTMAS CAKES. t WEST Florida Syrup. '
nave them with ;
person was admitted free of :!club this week will be with Mrs :Mary I FLORIDA STEAM BAKERY. 1 :4 f 'j

leather cases j just t charge. Home made candy was sold I II Ellen Levy at her home on Davis j Campbell's. Soups, in 21 I, One Gallon Csns .............(Sets
) I and refreshments were served by the street Send in your .orders now Half-Gallon Cans .............3Scts ;. f I
the for traveling. young people. j' assorted flavors, 10 t Full Quart Cans .............2Sc_ '
thing -
? I for copies The Jour- In barrels flier galloa).sects: .
extra Bulk
Quito a handsome CARD .I
sum of ...... ;0
S .
.. I money I' cents,. I 40c Ib.-Fox River Butt r We IB.Rosenau&Gerelds J ; .
made by the
:a.; was auxiliary for the nal's big Christmas Edition ,
'We take this method of !
I the benefit of Christ's
I young people who conducted church and the the affair cur many friends, In particular Mrs. M.j CO.I I and they 'will be set aside f"j

W. A DAl: inberte I deserve much credit for. their xf- G. Johnson, Mrs. B. Hirschman.' Mrs. j jI Sol Cahn & for you. t't
G. W- Gebhardt and Mrs. Lacy'Pearlfor
i ficientmanagement.: I I and to I II _ JJ"j
kindness sympathy
( I their : The,Pure Food Store. New Orleans II. celebrated for its
Nothing equals in our great sorrow, when'the angelof THE FANCY GROCERS, : I
jhaBlue Ribbon us ; {
I Soaltvelt Ctraer PaUloi: tad Inttntfenda coffee. Jackson Square Is the coffee
Druggist and Apothecary Flavor Ask for Blue Ribbon Vanllli death took 'ocr Infant daughter, [ New Orleans.:-Try it. If not SOUTH PALAFOX ST. <;' 1 'o
.. ,J Absolutely* Catbarine.ifrom: ?;*?, her Joving father :Phones.U rom 116 1 :
: twice I'
Oes. ;ps its
pare. ? satisfied, will refund .
your grocer
121 SOUTH} PALAFOX STREET PHONE 109 I far and the "Blue Moon Flavor": is and mother. cost. Phone 39! "
2S. A.
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: OFFERED BY : Real Estate FORA r I An Abstract. Free $225 I

i HOOTON & WATSON ; and Insurance. Christmas 1 : $25 Cash, $10 par tf

i LL THE RENTAL AGENTS, f I 1906 f i 'vy ithTheseLots_ month. No interest, i

HOMES FORSALE.$1500East -- no taxes 4

Si I _ _ _ _
$ West Government Is waiting today 1 w
i $ 950-One-story dwelling on "Many a man who a
S Cervantes. 5 rooms bath j to buy real estate 'cheap.. was
street, near Reus. gas, etc. By Buyinga in the same frame of mird two. flees : 4

I- t S $1500-East Jackson, 5 rooms and balL I -> ten-:jea s ago. He lost his I have 40 lots between 9th 10th and 11th streets, and between *
F $1575-Fine cottage on corner lot convenient to L. opportunity then. He is passing it *
LI $2500-North Hill. 6 rooms and bath, by to-day. His wideawake neighbors 18th and 19th avenues; two blocks from the East Hill car line Qn. J

I | & N..R. R. shops. -. gas etc. bought-made money-and are i block from the bayou. I offer this property at $225.00 per lot \:ij; .

comfortable 'i 2GO-West Intendencia street corner Home.You baling now and making money." down and the balance at $10.00 per month. I will CHARGE XO i\. *
*S $2100-New and cottage, with two lots : "F'' street 6 rooms, lot 90 by 125.I TEREST AND NO TAXES AND WILL FURNISH AX ABSTRACT !

I : > on East Garden Street. : $3500-1'rooms, all modern, North e WITH EACH LOT FREE OF COST. This Is the cheapest property *
$2750-We have Jusf had listed withus ever offered on these terms in the City of Pensacola. t
r $2650.-A very nice one-story dwelling with 7 rooms, : IF YOU HAVE ANY HaTJle.1 a most up-to-date little 4
KNOW can do home East HilL Desirable You can't Lots for Cash in this
East Gadsden Alcaniz. WE CAN SELL IT. on buy locality any cheaper. \\> it J
S near i can show how a section. south front. Lot 120X132. I fer them on terms that you can't afford to miss. These term, 4
, you House hasery convenience pat:
::I $3350-6-room dwelling on DeViHier Street, near down and was built for a you in the same position as if you were buying nearly two year! J

I : '| Garden. : small payment bome. from now at prices asked for now. J

I- S i and little month :More fortunes are made in Real Estate than in anything *
a a ; else
i :. $9503 Two-story brick building, with lot fronting : LESLIE E. S You may lay the foundation of your fortune by investing ,. fPW i
: BROOKSReal just like rent, does the $27bO-Another choice, little home on dollars In these lots at this time. J
both Zarragossa and Main Sts. Splendid busi- : East Jackson street-new anda .
work. See S
1 t n ss location. : us today.McDAVIDHYER very choice location. I believe at a conservative estimate that these lots will inrreaw *

t Estate In value 40 per cent. by the tim they are paid for on these terms. S

t $10500-Two-story brick building on Zarragossa St., : 4I S

I. | near Palafox. A bargain. | and Insurance.Phone I $4253: Close denrf'.in.desirable'1room.story locality large resl- :
: Real Estate and
lot. House leased to September. I LESLIE E BROOKS Insurance i

|] | 'CITY MAPS. | 462. 112 S. Palafox. CO. I and. nice 1307.place.All conveniences I J, Phone 462 112 S. Paafol! Sts

I : Have you a new.City Map? We have Just received a new supply, which : I
t .T. Paaben cawfuHy revlaed to date, conforming to all changes made. Send TP A' nU New York I..o..o.o.............

:.OO for Moontefl Copy or 60c for Pocket Edition. + I $3500-A bargain in fire lots and 6-
Life Insurancs Company. northwest """!
S room cottage on
Correspondence, Solicited. At Some lineOpportuiiities corner Reus and Cervantes.

':. *... ...................... ............ ... ...... Phone 700. Pentacola Fla. WANTED DIRECTORY

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--- $3090-New 6room.story modern -
dwelling on East Jackson

Investment Property. W. B.
'I \V.\XTEEK-Manager for branch office we WANTED lady of good reputation to BARTON,
wish to locate here In PensacolaAd' keep house and care for children. Good
Wholesale House. CincinnatI. Ohio. son. Apply; .to or.address.. W..,.\. Ivors- 'and and 2 Bramard% lots on corner Alcaniz inside Offices-Fisher Bull : .p "x rtr t.
lldeclna worthy Ko., 1403 North Davis lldeclw streets. Will practice in all I" T. ., {'I&. 'If
curve where street car turns. you have a good invest- States Courts. Tweni: ,. "' .
; F i"n'j:WR1TER OPERATOR WANTED THE PUBLIC to know that the B. H. perience. 0 "
.. to take dictation from office grapho- Fairchild Co., is now prepared to renovate Home !REALESTATE ment or a home to sell, I have -
phone. :"b knowledge of stenography all kind of mattresses, pillows and .
.j n('( N1. None but expect operator needIr. bolsters, in first-class style, and at lowest Talk it over with your wife. See clients who are willing to T. G. YATES, iLP.
epply. Densrnore mat-trine used. Apply prices. Ring.up phone 4Sa. write P. whether she doesn't agree that it's '
in ,,'rSOD at once to The Clutter Music O. box 483 or call 15 East Garden street, I unwise to keep on paying rent when Optician.
House. Hdec $300 down and easy monthly pay- buy.List
upstairs. Sdeclm
ments, like rent will make you the your property withme 306 Thiesen Building.Twenty .

Ir.; \VANTEDMiddle aged colored woman WANTED-To buy one male goat-must owner of any reasonablypricedhome.
to do cooking and good laundress. Good be unsexed and well broken. Address r $900. I Wouldn't you like to spend if you want it sold. years' experience as an Ey'
t waII. Apply; at once to CoL W. F. Stew- "G" Journal office. Sdeclw this Xmas in your own home? Thealet's Specialist Examination free

art. Ft. Barrancas. Fla.TTANTED $100 cash and balance tl9 per month. get together. 8w6ThSThTFrnTrrFSTSThL.
t ,ANTED-Position by experienced stenographer buys nice four-room house. with two lots,
-White woman to do light on hard road at Flsherville. $3000for
Legal work Can
;,1 r. housework. Apply at No. 12 Cast In- furnish good references. Address E. L. c. YAIBGIBIR PHILLIPS, Ph. M. :
tendenrta St. 9dl'ctw. I J.. Box $1200-For avery nice little cottageNo.
278. 4deczw'LETTEItS $850. an artistic and up-to-date 6-room Homeopathic.PHYSICIAN .
3t 1000 North Alcaniz
and ban cottage, with all modern conveniences
WANTED good cook. Apply to 701 do the trick. They are the on West Chase street on largelot Lot 45x125., 200 Thiesen and SURGEON
.North Palafox Street. 9dec :
: beat trade-getters. They get to the lot five-room and hall house on large on car line. Building. Office and Residence, 12 N. P.lafox

Jr l f WANTED:.Competent housoke p.r for basket.business rnan The's Ma heart>'es Printing and not the Co..,waste havea ;I near Little Bayou. Phone 686. l Hours: 9.to 11 a. m., 1 to 5 p. m a
small hotel who can do pastry cooking. $375 PhOneSS. new process that makes typewritten
! ).iut give references. Apply at once. X. Utters $3150.Two $1400-Takes No. 803 East Belmont
cheaply and perfectly. Phone 181 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
X. X.. Box 138. DeFunlak Springs. Fla .. street, a comfortable and OOOQ.JGFreferlck
will cash or installment for at reasonably -
bring a representative. 24 West plan cottage
9declwWANTED Government street. Idee E houses on East Belmont street; No. 1205 North ''D'' street 2 rooms'and priced house.! 4 rooms FOR SALE.FOR Ausfcld. F. M Blount
, :I will rent for $35 per month. kitchen. and halL Stone walk in front .
-An experienced Grocery clerk, WANTED TO RENT-A large: house AUSFIELD & BLOUNT
t good salary to one willing to work. Ad. close in. Will lease it if term are de $850.One .- SALE-Just received. fresh flash
. i dress P. O. Box 374 9dec sirable. Address. Airs, A. M., Care JournaL lights 'and launch bat erles. Phone Architects
27r>ov Money to loan at lowest market rate $45. E. W. Peake. New Star Laundry 312.314 Brent Bldg., 43 Moses B:tfj.,
' COLORED HELP We furnish cooks four-room house on North 7th avenue of interest. LS.BROWN&CO.REAL building. Pensacola. Fla Montgomery A, .
; maids nurses wait era. butlers porters. WANTED-Some one of means who will $50 cash; balance $U per month. Mortgages on real estate In this city .
t drUers. et&: on short nrtiee. We get '
care for and educate
bright 14
,!f good help' and also good positions fort years old. Apply Pearl Eagan Home or $80 Each.Lots bought and sold. ESTATE LOANS AND PANAMA CANAL EDITION of The WM. A. BORMANS,
those who want them. Southern! Em- Mrs. Win. Fisher President. iSnovWANTED All of the :Maxent Tract west of "C Journal-a magnificently illustrated
ployoient BOTMU Site S. Broad St., Atlanta .. street now for.sale. INSURANCE. magazine, containing scores of view of Architect and Superintendent
p Ga. Sdeclw -All kinds beer bottles. I pay In the East King Tract between the city and harbor. For sale '.t all Office-305 Brent Building,
i lie : WANTED-Housemaid, wnite or colored of wines beers and whiscies and atm]; $;0.00 down and $5.00 per month. mail. 20 cents. 21e 1 t
live on premises. Apply 619 North I manufacture that well-established'! cough Some fine building sites on East H11L
Palafox. 6dec medicine. Joe Roth corner Tarragtna FOR SALE-Half-Interest-ln one of the
Fisher Real Estate
and Government Sf.!. !I oct Agency! best furniture houses in South Alabama. SECRET SOCIETIES.
%.TED-A girl to help around kitchen. FOR SALE.FOR .- Reason for selling to devote more time
Good wages to right party. Apply 613 TAILORING I* Diamond. Tailor, to other interests. Call on or address W. PENSACOLA LODGE. NO A.
East Government street. Chas. Erikson. Gent's clothing cleaned, p'cased and repaired COLLECTION, OF _RENTS A SALE-one second-hand heater I S. Sheppard Florala AlaUnovlm Pensacola Lodge, No. K of vmeets ,
4declw on short notice. No. 11% Weal D. HALE WILSON & CO. "
I wooden 1 Monday *
bedstead. sewing machine, 1 every v.u::.? a'
i St. Pensacola. Fla. SPECIALTY. FOR .
woven wire cot. Cheap for cash. Address SALE-Thoroughbred pedigreed o'clock at their temporary ,,>' II I
.> 1VA.\'TED-Four boys with wheels for Pointer Puppies. $10 and J15. Signed Foil's
1014 North Alcaniz. over stable, Vest IntendexHla at.
office work. Salary J1S per month. Apply WANTED. R. Blngham wants your 30 S. PALAFOX STREET Phone 87. 206 S. Palafox St.. 9declw.COi'KBY'S Bagdad Kennels Bagdad. Fla. llnovlm Visiting brethren cordially we' ,n..d l
W, Care Journal idea moving and hauling. He guarantees E. II. DENN'AKD C C,
all breakage. Phone 630. .. celebrated Roup Cure, Chol- FOR SALE10.000'acres round timber IL HOnSLER K. of R. &. s.
PHONE 234 era cure, lice and mite killer as wellas land. 12,600 aaw mill timber and saw
f I WANTED-The Merchants Transfer: an unexcelled Egg Prolucer. All mill. 32-room hotel at a bargain. Sev-
want your nvvwf; and hauling. All Some Very guaranteed and a splendid grade of eral good farms and to.wn properties.
Naomi Xo. 14
wheat that will make fowls Lodge, Daughters "f
breakage gu'-ranteeo T. B. Thors'sn your lay. F. Write Gentry. & Setterlind Chipley. Fla. .
THOS PEBLET J Estate and Loan I Proprietor. Phons 978. S. Mellen & Co., Pensacola. Fla. Phone :;:SCpt Rebecca meets very Monday night at
: 8 o'clock in I. O. O. F. halt VisiUsg:
I FOR SALE. 234.
! Upstairs corner Palafox and Romana
ra1bl sisters cordially Invited to be present
Stt, Sdec W.A."T"ED-AU kinds of electrical work. i Des Homes FOR SALE-Forty acres land well timbered MRS. J. ''. PULLIAM, N. G.
I' I sell all kinds of electrical batteriesan ; FOR SALE-At a bargain a barber'soutfit good house. 1 34 miles east of MRS. HATTIE NEVILLE. Sec.
UNLIMITED amount money to loan on all kinds personal property, on short need me ring :t5 or 95j. E. W. Peake, sey; 3-8 Holstein; 6 years old; giving For Sale barber chair; one dozen excellent Box 164. City. 9novlm
notice. Terms easy. Get my rates before New Star Laundry Bldg E. Garden. 2 gallons. Address Box 311 or call at mugs, brushes and combs. Address razors J. RATHBONE LODGE NO. 3"
going elsewhere. Star Loan Co. 116USou0 1313 East Ninth street. lldeclw M. Armstrong feneads Fla. 6declm FOR SALE-$25 00 cash for Remington Rathbone Lodge. No. 30: Knights "f
.4 : ;' VaJa/ox. 4novlm WANTED-Second-hand sack of all descriptions Typewriter in first-class writing order; Pythias, meets every Thursday night l&
FOR SALE MO "DAY- A car load of Ten- Castle HalL Members of sister loir
wanted. If out of town. reason for selling have no use for same Hand
loan ship nessee horses and mules. This stock FOR SALE-Bargain in 6-room visiting brethren cordially into '"
S5000;; 00 to on good security Pensa them to us; if in town ring us at No. cottageat here. Address "B Care Journal
I cola Investment Company. SOoctMONEY 334. or bring them to at up was bought low and must be sold at Cottage lull Fla. Terms to suit. One 21novlm attend. J. M ROPER, C 4.
us of I
': Chase and, Alcaniz Sts. F. S. corner Mellen & once, as we have no stable room. Apply On West Garden street. south fronton acre fruit flowers and garden. Address C. J. LEVEY K r.. & S.
LOANED on real estate and Co. to Pensacola Stables or T. E.t'lles.. Vdtf r car line a two-story, 8-room modern Egbert BealL Sdeclw '
2sjuiy: home house in splendid condition, flpe tract of k-d near
persoft&l property on short notice. recent city. Part timbrr. M. E. B. A. No. SI. meets first
heavily part 4
] J. FOR SALE ly overhauled throughout and
Terms W. Bullard. CIIEAP-300 posts. painted ,
easy. 28H South pine onegirls ;
city FOR SALE-House and lot at 101 cleared. Call phone 2S5; or address 1102 third Wcdnesuay evenings at 7:30 p .
Palafox St. Phone 1144.I bicycle with foot pump. almost gas water bath JarJ'edt't'p lot best East Xo.
East Kaffi.rd 10 West .
Gadsden. Hall. Intenden
I BOARD AND new and one 2-wheel push cart. Apply neighborhood in city-$5000.00. Jackson street tlCOO. Apply to G. A. ISnovlm a
CAN LEND TOUR :MONET at eight ROOMS.FOR Hugh :Mooney, 924 North Davis. 'Tdeclw Dohlstrom, 1013 East. Jackson street or street.J. Lk SWEEXET,A. G. FELL. Free
per cent. If you" have any that you 7declw On West Jackson street the most mod-I I 818 South Palafox. 27novlm. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-Half block Secy.
want Interest on, see me about it It RENT-Rooms for rent with privilege ern up-to-date little cottage in the in New City,, near Bay View park; will
will be absolutely safe on real estate of light housekeeping. Phone and DECORATIVE EVERGREENS W. bath gas electricity 7 rooms cabinet FOR SALE CHEAP-Second-hand exchange for cottage or sea cheap if PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 4, I. O 0 F
security. Leklle E. Brooks. Phone 462. Bath. Apply 900 East Jackson:: 9dec Smilax needle pins, holly mistletoe, mantles, folding doors between dining gies and wagons. If you want a bug-bar- taken at once. Mrs. R. Owsley. 1308: E. Pensacola Lodge. No. 4, L O O > ,
window wreaths and other Christmas room and library butler's pantry, large gain in a second-hand' vehicle of Strong. Slnovlm meets every Thursday evening at "II
:MONEY TO LOAi'-E\erybody borrows ROOMS TO RENT-Best in city. }lrs.loLB. front gallery. House beautifully finished call any description at the new hall on Belmont and Hay 'n
decorations. Miss Annie Jordan. 115 or write W. E.
money from J no. A. Hall & Co.. 14S Preston 127ft East Government St. North on inside. yard nicely laid off, beautiful Icy Fla. Taylor. streets. Visiting brethren cordial I jiVited '
street. Phone 1535. 4dec2w :
E. Government St. When In need call Sdec Spring flowers, sabl_, large lot, best neighborhood 23novlm B R. WITKOVSKT. N O
on us.MOXEY. In city This is a cheap place for MISCELLANEOUS.NOTICE A. KERLE.. SecreUry
ROOMS-Mcely. furnished. upstairs convenient FOR SALE-Good buggy with top and the mone>'-$4750.00. FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mehlen -- .-
LOANED on an kinds of personal to car line. with or without been used two months-cheap. Leslie E. & Sons' piano in handsome rosewood I W. O. W.
property on short notice Terms board. 1202:! :! East Gadsden street. Brooks. 112 South Palafox. 4declw 5-room cottage and hall bath and I case. A bargain. Piano an be seen In need of fresh bread Live Oak Camp No. I. W. 0 w.
., asy. fiefGray & Co.. 2 W. Romana. Sdeclm shower bath. hot and cold water, cabinet by calling at the Kandy Kitchen. 3oct and fancy pastries go to the West End Meets in Pythian hall the 1st a' I "-J
Phone; Ifeb FOR S.\LE-200-a nt country place 7 mantles. modern throughout occupying Bakery. Corner Chase-and Coyle"streets Wednesdays in each month. \ ". ,. "ttKereigns
Nicely furnished rooms, suitable for miles from Pensacola, short mile west a % block of ground on East Hill block FOR SALE and Immediate or ring phone 1518., fclwlw cordially Invited.
UNLIMITED amovnt of money of Olive station and postofflce. known as delivery one F. A C
to loan light housekt't'pinblock: and half from from car line, good nelghborhood-$3000. automatic tandem BOGHICP, C
on all kinds of personal property. Special Palafox. 7-mile house on old Jackson road, 30 acres compound center LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.
Apply between 1230
and 1:30p. crank
steam engine of about 150 MATTRESS AND
< rates to business fenced and cross-fenced, with horsepower FtR.'TUR&Iat
men on large m.. or after 6:00: p. m., 219 East Gov- woven wire Modern 5-room cottage reception hall and two return
c tubular tresses made to
loans. The New York Loan Co. fence, balance partly cleared. partly fine boilers. 71 order and also reno- The celebrated
.. South FftUfox. 20414 ernment street. Sdec2w: large front gallery on corner lot SOxlS'H inches diameter by 16 feet long. For full vated; new ticks furnished. New Frencn drproffet.!
Fine oaks chestnut
timber. and and
pear two blocks from line on East Hill
car Jackson
; particulars apply Stone & Webster second-hand furniture Square. No preminSoli. :
Ens. modern
1 __ A PLEASANT homelike place to other trees. Stream running through; house new, lot nicely laid off wth pretty Box 830 or an-
board. Corporation ,
Pensacola. bought and sold. at
on North Hill 2d door from Car line. many springs on place; also horse buggy, flowers large stables. fronts south. It Knov tique Co., 114 East Davis Manufacturing strictly on .its merits. Ask for it
Phone 860.NICELY harness. wagon and farming tools 3 1- is cheap at $2450.00. Belmont street your grocers.
I HOTELS. room houses. 1 50-foot stable with two FOR SALE-8 rOOm house good location, Phone 771. 24nor

FURNISHED ROOMS for rent rooms; 1 25-foot barn and other out but water In the city. A bargain. A-- Joppa Leap. No. 6. I. O 0 f'
LOCKHART HOTEL, Lockhart Ala., with or without board. Table board. houses. Suitable for sanitarium. country' I ply 3th avenue and 16th street I3novlm MISS LEILA REESE has fresh cut flowers Joppa Lodge No. e: L O <'I ;f mw4'
:. new *management newly renovated Phone gas and bath. No. 3 club, factory: brewery or stock farming. on hand. Orders taken for special every Tuesday evening at 7 ".. .. h'Jc al
.. Bice rooms. Bath and an accommodations. Palafox.27nov Reason for selling owner has no one to J. W. Bullock Jr.Real FOR SALE-one fine wan Case 25 feet occasions. Phone 28%. ISnovlm Rafford Hall Corner Baylen .,' i J "'m"ht
Pp dal attention to traveling men. manage place. Great bargain as invest- I long. S feet high with ribbon case 10 Sts. Visiting brethren conii ', ;>':'"<*
: Special rates to weekly boarders. J. ROOMS-Two furnished front rooms ment or for one looking for good farming feet long separate. Will make fine display WAGON AND CARRIAGE C. L. S311il:\ l l'J.: .
Rodgers Prop. 28nov suitable for light housekeeping. Use land. For particulars address E. W. case for any kind of cerchandise. SHOP-We Co L. WILKINS,
of phone and bath. Apply 822:! East Peake building., Pensacola East Chase, Fla.street.. New Laundry Idee : Estate and Mortgage Loans I Apply to E. L. Reese 17 North Palafox. IntendeBcia are now ,in entrance cur new also quarters at 211 Romana., 214 E.
BROWN HOUSE-DeFunlalc Springs. Oadsden. or Phone 897. 25nov ZOnovlmSHIP and prepared to do everything
r" Good beds, airy roorm elegant meals: :: iuPORTER.: Room 302 Brent Building. and carriage building and wagon
Tree bath and sample rooms. FURNISHED ROOMS for rent at 212 sallmaker. 711 South CHANDLERS-McKin ie Otrtinr repairing E.
SpecialAttention Palafox street. Orders taken for L. Herring, Phone Si; City. 14octMATTRESSES FOR ADOPTION.FOR .
to n-avelta* men. Rates $2.09 West Gregory street. ISnovlm tents I I & Co.. wholesale and retail ship crand-
b r day. J. R. Brown Prop. awnings camp stools and house cots, Phone 637 lers and grocers. Only first-class aoue
FOR RENT-Pleasant furnished room. etc. Prices reasonable. 31Jan of kind in city. Fair prices to alL furnished If desired.RENOVATED Guaranteed.-N w tick; ADOPTION-one ::"'!1' -:1:

HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open all the southern exposure second floor. Corner pet taken up and matting laid. Car- years old. Win be irtvr- 'rr a.lopth
American and European 10th avenue and 12th Leave to .." partIcularS
year. plan. street near East orders at Watson Parker responsible parties F
Reese '
Special summer rate First-class in Hill far line. llnov Wesley Duncan. CO'B' apply Pearl Eagan lice or Mrs. wm.Fisher. .
every respect. Pleasant and conven. 7 *pt President 1Sn(>TEVENSVILLE
ient. Mr. T. Z* Bowen. frop., Pensa-I
o!&. Fla. 15apr LOST. WRITE YOUR WANT AD HERE. MILTON lie Mime UFHOL3TEAINO Proprietor. Furniture SHOP-wfl_ :_ ---
repairing -
BAY HOTEL Open night and day. European of all kinds carpet laid, furni

Transient Palafox.* plan.Jos.trade S.Room solicited.Nlcolau light Prop.575-C7J and; clean.South j I I LOST and-Garden On Palafox.bank check between No.Government 411 drawn Send it to The Journal office day or night. When you need help have anythingto Next ture packed to Tampa for landin shipping.. Phone%%aprU 6 j. &

-- 1 I by favor me of on Marston First National& Quina.Bank Payment for $11 has 23. sell, rent, exchange or wish to purchase anything try'a want ad. They do the IL ALFMAN-Tin, Copper and Sheet TERRE HAUTE

.been stopped. Finder will please returnto work. Iron Worker: cornice work and skr-
FOR RENT. '\'. A. Gahlenbeck, 21S South Palafot lights a specialty; roofing, guttering and
street lldeclt : repairing, 109 East Government
= __house bulldm Phone 660. Residence
'OR RE Four-room house and kit. LOST-A nice black wool crochet shawl phone 1314.Pensacola.
chen at Big BaY"*. Apply to Peter F. on Palafox between Cervantes and SIX I ORDINARY WORDS MAKE ONE LINE. DIRECT LINE TO
Btrother. Little Bayou.! 9de ol w.. First Baptist church. Reward for returnto I II.

; ; Nicriv famished *. 1002 North Baylen or phone 1284.lldeclt. St. Andrews and
FOR RENT- .reor I *
,t bouse on North HiD second door from I. I Gulf CHICAGOand
J I car" line. For particulars address );0. S; LOST-on Palafox street or in some Steamship Co.

East Strong. IdeoTOR I star, chILde tan colored pocketbook; STEAMER TARPON. all points in the
has two hUl lea and on outside the plc- W; a'i'. 'Aagw w, t.l'
RENT-Two nice Aa$tU stor f on. tote of a cat talking through telephone; I I JI I FIRST-C: IcmT'\rRVI North and Northwest.
East Irtendenria etreeT between Pala ,contained It or $4. Uberal reward if returned -BetweeaPEN8ACOI.A.
fox: and Tarragona. Inquire at the Fisher to Journal office. d2t -
Keel Estate Agency. 22nov < MOBILE. APALACHICO-

.i t PARTY finiinj- yrtlow Canary In the 1 1 LA. CARAAffEL!; ; ST. AN-
FOR RENT-A. R. Bingham baa etoragatooni DREWS. MILtVILLE.
; vicinity of l&ton Depot or thereabouts And Low Round
ill-points on St. Andrew. Exceptionally
for rent suitable for furniture Bay, Car-
:will reeeir* reward by returning to 138 1I and
er other goods. 104 and 106 South Tarrecona rab.11c Apatachlcqta.'
East Gregory street. *
street. Phone 29. I I.U' I 8d !c3t I Leee Trip Rates to all Summer
Sunday. 1:30
_.._ __ ,___ I LOST-One gold-filled gentleman' watch for Ilobile. YeOla p. m.. Tourist Points.
and fob; Initials "E. L." on fob. Reward Leave Pensacola, Tuesday: ?:30
Are jou fond of good coffee? TryJackson :,for return to E. 7oi cbe1mer. Boston for St. Andrews. 1IllIvUle1 :JLrialachicolal

;. Square the celebrated French I Shoe ,Store. JdOC Carratelle and intermediate point

f' :' drip coffee. Leading grocers hare it I LOST One laprobe Tuesday morning. Rates The rate on a want ad filling the above space is 25 cents first insertionand For additional Information J. S.. SAU1iDERS aoply to, D. H. Hlllman S. L. Rogers

1. 2 and 4 pound air tight tins. II Reward for return to E.R.COBB,
420 Preotdact.
; g sous West Bomana. Dunham.tdeclw. 5 cents a day for each additional consecutive insertion. Send cash with the ad General Frt. and p*... Agt. p n- G. P. & T. A. .. General Ajsfit

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, .,, MARKET REPORT ,1'I'11takea1tt1 I, The M called-es.e.er bessemer t.e1. : of ,
I ,:please. Say .NEWS ia fclng. steel 'by Injecting air blasts
that in
an earnest way--say it like Into.molten; Iruu."WU diaoovered first

NAVAL STORES. you-mean it. You've the right to ,; ; by an American named Kelly and id4

Savannah 'Ga... De '16.-The naval specify the brand you want, and Chatton. Arrived Br Yesterday.Leisk' known as his air boiling process. After

stores market closed to-day as follows: it's your duty, too. I',Ayrea to ea 2321. Buenos the Ironworkers had eeen It dona they

not all "smooth sailing* VG\W, .................................6 75ff 83 When you don't specify a brandof Cycle, Br order.as. Long.,2217' Rio Janlero to. still would not believe It. "Some crank

was N ...::::::::::::::::::::::.:::::::;: 25 good whiskey I Gulf Allanwllde Transit Co.Am :bktn' Grace will be burning ice next thong they

did some "tall figuring" befon M ....................................5 60k. you generally' Ean'lle to master. 584 Man- ; said. Some of hIs customers when
Jack ....................................6 IS get any old brand" that's usually I Margherita, Aust EL- Iv .nclch, < heard J
conlJ his dear to succeed ........... ..... .. 2070. they about it wrote Uelly that
fce see way I ...... .. ... .< 30 served in an unlabelled bottle ;'\ew Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. :
II ..-.4. liO Cleared they wanted their Iron made either in Quaker
......... ...;....._.....395to405 -the kind that: shows a long i' Adelheld Men el1.Yesterday.Ger ss!, Joreenaen < the regular way and not by newfangled -
Vulcanite roofing F. ...........................391to400) I'less .for Bahia Blanca with any ,
E ..................................395 profit for the house-the cheaper .It lumber. 1,608 sao s method or not at aIL When
D ....................................3 90 kind. i ..Simpson Am tug, Fernandez for Sa- the first blast was so strong that it
came to the rescue C ................................. .3 90. blne Pass in ballast. melted the iron the '
j.ck MARK ROGERS is made for spectators roared
Spirits Turpentine 67 cents. I
Sailed Yesterday.
::$ it always does when men who think enough of their Andrea Nor bk. for Rosario. i with laughter at what they caned"Kt'Uy's I Rye .
I its merits are known, Spoken. ; fireworks" and laughed for
Pensacola Cotton MarketThe
toddy to specify the brand-for steamer
: The British Chatton.
60, of course, Jack's I following Pensacola cotton quota who Leisk, arrived In port yesterday from ten years ai his "folly." When Bessemer -

1...: house wag a success. I tlons are furnished by S. P. O'Conor & ., I. men really can Buenos Ayres via St. Lucia W. L, consuming introduced his process to the Brit-
c ; Yourswiilbetooil Co.. F. O. B. cotton brokers, Pensacola, ;;:: appreciate a good twenty-eight days on the voyage. ish ironmakers they too roared with is delightfully stimulating-no after -t
She reported that on Saturday November
S use Vulcanite. Florida: whiskey. A whiskey 17th in latitude 23 05 south. longitude 44 laughter at ,the "crazy Frenchman"and I

you : Good middling .......................10H that's always just a west she spoke the bark Carl of Bremen would not allow the "sfllyIQea" to effect.
the cheapest good Strict middling ......................10 ; 55 days out from Hamburg to Guay--
I made. Middling .,.............. ...............10 "4 ,t little better in good mos The latter wished to be reported be mentioned In their records. The
roofing! ever Strict low middling ................. 9% :fell welL steel rail proposition exc4u only Fermented in cleanliness and 'perfect .

For sae! right herein Low middling ........................ $I U / N, company.At good places but I I i, VESSELS IN PORT. rtsion. "Bosh! Stuff Humbug! Nonsense e1- .. '
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town now by be sure to specify. Stam.Mps- I !" said the railroad directors temperature-redistilled in copper- '
when it was proposed to them. But

A. M. Avery Hardware Co. THE TELEGRAPH. St.Alfred Vincent llenzele to; H..Ger Baars ss, jorgensen& Co. 128S after one road had tried' it the steel I I ripened for years in charred oak. I. -

BLDTHENTHAL& BICKAKT Cayo Largo Br ss, Davey JI23, Tam- mills could not keep up with the or-I
Opposition and RebaS With \VHI b Y.ouvon't
Transit Co. be if
pico to Gulf | ders sent In.Hard disappointed
Mono Had tit Contend. Helsingburg Swed as. Schrtel 1422. I you

PENSACOLA COPPER WORKSM. The .Morse telegraph invention* lingered -. "B & B""THE .Huelva Homburg.to Hyer Ger Eros..c ss,. Hatthiesen. 1183 on a Drowning Mas. I insist on haVIng; it. .. -

tor years In the hands of Its I __ sal Rotterdam to the W. S. Keyser Co. -
A. BAKER &. CO. PROP'S. starving inventor because capitalistswere # GREAT BIG HOUSE" Baj break, Br 1 PS! ,- Low. 1904 Buenos Vleuitemps the famous violinist 'I Phone 16, Lewis Bear & Co., i
Manufacturers Seamless Turpentine Stills, I ATLANTA Ayres. to the TV*.S. Keyser Co. used to tell the following story: When 404-403 Palafax bt. and 2-10 Main .- .
Pensacola, Fla. Indifferent or. Incapable- of appreciating : Gulf Ida.Transit Span ss.Co.Arano, 2160 Liverpool to I crossing London bridge one day he Pensacola Fla. St., ... 6 -
its merits.It
I Guaranteed under the National Pure Twilight Br ss Morris, 2:60:: Charles- was suddenly brushed aside by a I /
was severaV years before congress : Food and Drugs Act. to, nto the W. S. Keyser Co. wretched tatterdemalion who climbed
voted an appropriation to allow its in- Ship __
Avantl. Nor snip 1erson.-164S., London the parapet and plunged out into the I __ -.-..-
C Tentor to make a practical test of it to order. river. The foot passengers crowded
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and burlesque bills TV ere offered to provide Ferreira. Port ship Barros, 506, Lisbonto
around immediately to watch the unfortunate 4
&3 means for communicating: with Harbinger master. Rus ship, 1S39 Algoa Bayto man as be rose to 4he sur- -

the man in the moon."He's The man whobelieves master. face, and In A trice some one shouted. Coronet Old Tom and Dry Gin .
c. Ingrid. Nor'ship. Dannell. 1260. Antwerp
: ;; a good but shiftless! I
very in clean to McK. Oerting & Co. Til bet be drownsr!
painter, if he would only stick to his -wan.: a Lena. Ital ship Tassara 1581. London "Two to one he'll swim ashore!* was "t.- ---- ; :

All Work Tested and Guaranteed. Job" some one said of Morse. "The ;'" K:. / collar ALL THE to order. Barks. the answer. The rest of the pedestrians -
idea of telling by a little streak of bk. Maiagas, 937 _
Ue us for prices. \Ve can Interest youMCMILLAN Afredo Uruguayan joined in the betting. : ---------..
lightning what a body is say leg at the TIME is the man who Montevideo, Swed to H.bk.H.Svensen.Thornton.Alfhild 1332. Dur- Meantime Vleuitemps rushed downto L.

other end of a wire!?' ban to master. the river bank secured a watermanand I -

I: I BROS.CO j jurAcTuR3 I His instrument it was said. was all insists on having Las C. Falmaa B Whldl to. n Southern. Br bk.Stat.Morrison.Lumber 349. rotted out to the-rescue. Just as Heath & Milligan's Railway : : J JWe

very well as a mantel ornament or fora Co. the-boatman was about to reach forth White Lead :

\ mistress to call her maId. but the "LION" BRAND. Campbell, Nor bk. Hausken. 1100.Sta'anl'er to grasp the poor fellow -who by this
to McK. Oerting A Co.
11 | wires couldn't cross: ri\"ers. oceans and Charles Racing Nor bk, Waage, 15Z, time was floundering about in the water h ::11
TURPf have the for this and
'f.OJJo161 deserts. Genoa to master. having lost his desire for death, agency popular r

'J I Even after the line was up between 2 15 for Cents 23 Cents Each Good At Shops.All Fleetwood, to Nor order.bk. Jorzecsen. 557. the spectators above cried out: 'Leave superior White Lea It excels in durabil- '

Washington and Baltimore and Silas Hertford. Nor bk, Jensen, 1S80, Rosario him alone! There's a bet on It!" whiteness and -
ity covering capacity. Eight .
sent dispatch to the Democratic to order. ;
I Wright a Helmaal, Nor bk. .Hensen 1854 Hull The oarsman drew back into the
> convention at Baltimore declinIng to order. boat and the unfortunate wretch sank cents per pound.Saincters e
its nomination of him to the vice Humberto. Spaa bk 1111 Battle Havana '
before their
Real Estate Transfers.DEEDS to order.Ingebiorg. eyes. : :
presidency it was not accepted as true Nor'bk, Bid 1250 East London Mill Company.f tjli

until a committee ent Washington to order.
December 8 19% Dombl Efgt.
Rus bk Llndqulst 1231 Phone 717. 21 Cast Garden Streot.
Isabel Browne if(
Bad returned'with tie confirmation of Executors of J. A. Millgan to Mrs Me- Hull to master. The production of one egg within another
in block 52.
dora l\lonroe-wts 1 to 5. C
the report. Kink Oscar U. Nor bk. Johnson. 752. is of -w-- -
Belmont Tract-$1 00 and other good and frequent occurrence, and
There was similar though less objection valuaMe considerations.Leslie Rosario, to Nor A.bk ZeUuS.Lllla Aanonsen 1030 Santosto though now and then recorded as a -1 i
E. Brooks to Daisy L. JohnsonLot -
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offered tQ. the order. curiosity, the BO called phenomenonIs :
21 and the north fe of lot 22 in block bk. 700. Havana Er 4 :
LJuis Uruguayan Lopez. ;
Benton declared that it would! :21.! East King Tract Belmont A umber to order. very easily accounted for. It Is

Christmas Evergreens.Holly be impossible to operate it, because ing:1OILOO.Wm.. ) Reache.- Lysglint. Nor bk hansen, U3%. Swakop- Invariably caused by overstimulatlon r
Fisher et al to Edna
the Digger Indians would cut the wiresto East i* of lot 4, bock! 117, Maxent Tract I mund Maria to, McK.Ger: bk.Oerting}French& Co 1922, Kings of the system by feeding. The ovum J'

make books for digging up the roots -187.50. Lynn to mister.Marina or yolk when mature is received into for Gifts With Checks
Mistletoe and beetles on which they lived.-Sunday Robert Kendrick December to 10 Ollie 1906.R. Gilly-The 1468', Genoa Ma-Jre to order.Ital bk Shnonetta the upper part of the oviduct a tube Pay

Wild Magazine. south % of the northeast %, Sec 14, Tp Negpore. Nor bfe OJerdsen 1128, East nearly! two feet in length In the domestic -
I 5 N, R 32:! W 1300.00. _
London to A. ,
'Smilax Needle Pines Robert K'rn5rick to Board of Public Instruction fowl, and In its descect is clothed -
Magnolia Olivarl. Ital bk, Cs!. Genoa to or
BULLIOT'S; BET.A -On acre In the southwest corner der. c "* successively with the layers of albumen
Foliage, Moss, etc. Put of the south H of the northeast 'i, Ophelia Nor bk. Larsson, 1127, Bahla or white, the lining membraneof
See 1*, Tp3 N.. R'3J W-$1.00. Blanca to Gulf Transit Co. .
up in assortments suitable Banker's Wager an St. Swlthla'e W B Runyan and C. R. Burgovne toO Pallas Nor bk. Johnson 1219 Plymouth the shell, and finally on arriving at 'Place your money in the bank and pay for I ;
Day Rain Lreend. Jf Kuester-Lots 20 and %1C block to A. Zelius the classifying portion of the oviduct is '
', 118; East "Kins Tract, East of Tarragona Robert Scrafton Nor bk Morthensen. all gifts by check. You will be Surprised how : :
: 3r parlor, church, hall or There were few frenzied financiers in btreet-$110.00.Am. 664, Barbadoes UTO .McKenzIe Oerting &; enveloped in a shell itself. Ordinarily ', i
England at the beginning of the eighteenth Madsen to Ceo Sherman-Tha Co. the egg is then expelled but in the much farther your money gpes by this ; :
hurch decorations. south 54/ feet of lot 1. and of the east Viof Superb. :Nor bit. UlicB. 1934 Antwerpto :
if the banker Bnlliot, of of of double will the useless
century lot 2, in block 89 of the East King A. Zelius & Co. case the product a yoIVedegg : method, as it prevent spend
Orders taken and whom the following story is told can Tract east of Tarragona street-J100.00.Pensacola Un lac. Port bk Cachln 831. Rio Ja a reverse action of the oviduct
of amounts. t'1
'De\copment & Constriction nlero to master ing many
of takes
be taken as an example: The feast place, and the egg Is carried
Company to J. Winter Thorington-Lot 9, Schooners.
uaranteed when
promised.E. St. Swithln July 15, 1725. was a par block 11. Beach Haven Tract-$33.00. Doris Am sen, Kastman 310 Havanato I back meets with another ovum and 't f

ticularly wet and stormy day. THKStmhlilMtiINl,..4.ee-vD4Lo.\T& mi J A. Merritt & Co.' I redescends with it, the two being. surrounded Compound interest paid In saving depart- J ; ,
M. Donna Christina Am sen, ilcLeod. 165, .
Pooley, Trusting implicitly in the old superstition Belize to master. together with albumen membrane I ment. ., i 'f I t
:,:'. W. Chase St. Peculiar Light Giving )Animal Barkentne! .
Phone 1121. which 1 says that if it rains on and shelL q

Will call with Catalog: on request. St Switbin's day it will rain for forty A peculiar light giving animal foundIn Beatrice .Hal bktn. Marchen Savona to _ _ _ 1 ; I 4 I i iI
southern CalIfornian waters Is the master. 1 a "
---- --- -- days thereafter, Bull.ot! opened a pool Thyra Dan bktn, Rasmunsen 260 Bar- Louis XT.'s Flawed ,Diamond. I

for every one who was willing to bet heteropod. The heteropods, dazzling i badoes_ to order._ : "Comte" said Louis XV.to the Countde '

against him. The affair attained somuch I white and-almost shapeless! can: often : 'NOTICE.' St Germain, "will you help me to 1 ;:=It
Coal and \WOOd be seen floating on the clear water. FIRST NATIONAL BANK ;
notoriety that the wager was re-I Their bodies are almost transparent There will be a regular gain 4,000 francs? I have got here a :

duced to writing. meeting of Mt. Horeb R. diamond with a flaw, valued at 6,000

tt-(' deliver Ice. Coal. Charroal and "If dating from St. Swithin's day, and they have in addition to a long A. Chapter on Monday francs. It would be worth 10,000 If It I OF PENSACOLA. FLA. t ; '

", .1 arjwhere In the city. We can reads the memorandum "it rains more tail a powerful sucker by which they \I 10th Inst. at 7:30 p. m. were flawless" After having the diamond .t t I '

: PI "., you In any quantity and our or little during forty days'successli'e1yBumot cling to seaweed. When these creatures W. E. ANDERSON, carefully weighed Louis handedIt t t

C' :" always prompt. will be considered to have are Irritated they seem to emita Secretary. to the count who examined it minutely I 1\1t
from all the Designated Depositary of the United States. : :
Steam and Domestic Coal. light over body thoughone :
gained. but It It ,cease to rain for only and replIed "It might be done, : '
writer describes in which the
Wood Cut Any Size. one day .during that time Bnlliot has one Happy Days. sire if.you will allow me to keep the
lost" light-red In this case seemed to radiate However varied the courses of on? stone for a month." A month later he t J.' 1 '

E. G. SEWALL from the center of the anImaL 0! life whatsoever the phase of pleasureand diamond almost in- K. Jr., Vl-e-Presldent and Cwh! .
F Phcnr'! 614-353. 23 N. Tarragona St. every day and FO confident did the all the light giving animals the salpa ambition through which it has appreciably less In weight but flaw W. Brent Au't Cashier. W. N. Roberts. Ass't Cashier. f I' If

banker become that he accepted ta is said to be the most wonderful. Like swept along, still when In memory less. The Jeweler to whom a friend of DIrectors-F. C. Brent. W. A. Blount. W. H. Kaowleo W. K. flyer Jr.. :.
THICKS' I the heteropod, this animal is provided we would revive the times that were D. O. Brent. ;
... .- stakes not only money but gold: beaded Louis offered it for pale gave 9.600 :
O and with Jaspers that: enable It to fasten comparatively the happiest these francs for it but the king repurchasedIt i'H
canes ]ewclsv; snnffbores even ,
to seaweed and rocks. So plentiful are times will be found to hare been the :
DINE't P.'s London
CAPU clothes. when hs! cash gave oat be as a curioslty.-T. I. .
t\ they in CalifornIan waters that t'.., calmest.-Bnlwer Lytton. = tic.w. U.
offered notes and bills! of exchange.: Weekly. _
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j\\ Santa Catalina channel, which is from _ H' "
CURES Another week! passed and Bull.ot'e LUlU.Prflldenl! JCHN PFEIFFER" "nl$1.C..hl.r. I' i iS. ;
!* eighteen to twenty miles wide and Giving and R_ ... : "c I
Blow of Swordflsb.
star was still in the ascendantBut a .E.CLARK,Vtce-PrtsUenl and CisMer J.W.ANDREWS.Assistant Cuhlar. '
\, ... when the twenty-second day about forty-five miles long is at times Hall Porter (to person soliciting a favor A remarkable Illustration of the force 1
And Nervousness literally covered with them as far as at a ministry)-The minister receives swordfish strikes blow
with which a a
TrulJH ul 10c Azdrugstai. sank into the. west bright and cloudless NATIQNA BANKi
I the: unfortunate banker was rained! the eye can reach. Covering the entire from 10 o'clock to midday has recently been reported. While repairing THE f'f'I

surface; and gleam'ng! : like gems In the "All right" says the other "but at a ship! recently which, had completed .

Florida and Alabama sunlight: they present a beautiful pic what: hour does he give?"-Paris Fi! a long voyage! in Pacific watersa OF PtfiSMCOLM. Ft*, $:-t

SpaaUh. Politeness. ture. These animals constitute a delIcacy garo. sword was found which had success 1'b
Opera House Building.
It baa loan said that the French are much sought for by whales. fully pierced a sheathing one inch I rI

LAND OiiPANY the mast: polite people Ii: the world% Some of them shed a silvery light, Low and Load. thick, a three Inch plank and beyond DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. -: (1 1

writes our lady correspondent In San while others yield blue and others red lIe-A woman I notice always low- that four and a halt Inches of firm -

Man-i'acturers ol Sebastian but I do not think any oat light ers her voice to ask a favor. She- timber. It has been estimated that It CAPITAL STOCK, J2C0.000. SURPLUS $69.000. ,, '. f -

:.and SAWED Dealers CYP3ESS InLUMCEF SHIN- wh; really knows them will agree. Yes-and raises her voice If ehe does I would require nine strokes of a ham I DIRECTORS. ;: ; i :;

C.LES AND KILN'DRIED Ilawever they have same chinuinglittte not get It-Illustrated Bits. mer weighing twenty-five pounds to C. h
SAP. f. Brawner. oj
: wars: and when they are rude it drive an Iron bolt of similar shape the I Henry U Covlngton i ';.
C. Lamar 4
W. S Rosasco, A
J., PfclHer, ,
is botsiusft: they 'are deep 'down thoroughly THE NEXT TIM He that helps the evil hurts the same distance.-Shanghai Times. Bryan fd. Dunody, T. F. McGourin, J. R. Saundcn ? i : 1 .

: sttfsh. My personal opin on is ooJ.-Socratei A. M. A sery. W. ". MUton. 0. E. Maura, 'I ,

QUALITY AND NO that the Spaniard: is about the most delightfully you require a medicine to aid dijjestlop. Enumerated.A \\'. L. Cawthon. Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKenzIe' Oerting ; 1 'f'

PREMIUMS. polite person one can possibly regulate: the liver and bowels or induce Legal Advertisements. schoolteacher says this sweeping Alex! 'cGO\\in' C. M. Covington M. E. Clark. 1, r.
natural sl "> to follow the
p vre urge you ,
I encounter. If you ask your way in plan adopted by thousands of others fcizl- --- -- -- answer was made by a pupil in a history the rrivtte ;
MEETING. apsrtaentaa
STOCKHOLDERS' :Ify ccjtiillcm Iff rent tlfUC, ;J3JJ era: ;J5H year ,
the of tord.iury larly afflicted and commence taking! that there will lesson:
street some : woman I Notice is herein- given far the cccvraitnce of customers. ;
'Jackson she will alorst certainly go out of her be an annual meeting of the stockholdersof "How many wars." she asked this cctccctioa: : :
way to accompany'you down the street Hostetter'sStomach the at First its::; office Natio-al on Tuesday Bank of the eighth! pupil "did England fight with Spain:** Fcvr percent Interest Paid on Time) Deposits. -

and to carefully pet yoa on the right lay.of Jan .e.rv. 1M7 at 13 oclock In.. "Six" the pupil answered.
t for the purple, of electing a board of "Six?" said the teacher. "Enumerate -
road: Tiny are very; cheerful and gay Bitters Iyou'll director sal for such oth r business as -------- 4i ;,
but they are never vulgar as we understand may come before them. them please. i: .

Square" : the word In England. Evcc find it oxcelVnt l! In casts of IndijesI: I W. K. HYER.Cashier.JR.. "One, two. three, four five six," said BANK" '

the men In tie street who' stand anJ tion. Dyspepsia Poor Appetite; Heartburn. the little girL THE CITIZENS NATIONAL ,
Costiveness Blliousiesz: Chlils, i be received at the Bureau -
frankly stare at a pretty girl di it lu Colds, Fer-.a: Ills:: or Malaria. Try It PROPOSALS will and Accounts. Navy PENSACOLA t '
'JAVA BLEND) a light hearted pleasant way which to-day. aNo a!';U jour druggist for free I Department.of Supple hi"ltton. D. C. until 10 A Broken Cop. I .

docs not giv s offense. Ae: to the man copy of our 1907 Almanac.Typewriters0. clock: a. m., Januarj' S. 190. and publlcv Signora Vcronclli (seeking a servant) A General, Banking Business Conducted on a Safe and Conservative : ,
opened m-"atrly: ther"art W furnish Why were you sent away from year Basis. -
EM of Spanish men b lon itj* ta: the -- -I at the raw :lrd. Pensnrola. Fla.. a ,
Roasted CoffeeThis best hardware. Applioatiors last place? !fl.t
society, they are almost periecL I quantity of
Watch for proposals should! refer to "Because I broke a coffee cup." Correspondence Solicited--R. M. Bushnell. Cashier. y- ,
a Spaniard of distinction Bank' propowls will be
bone of the finest his mother -or any elderly lady: furnished S hedul34S: upon application to the navy Was that. the only reaKonT: _. _. ;\ j jI
ns.1'OIa. FJa.. or to the Bureau. "Certainly) except that on that occasion _
blonds ) -
In world.
the You en- and you will sea: oil manner which I it: pay oDes
wNow Orleans luxury for E. n. ROGERS. PaynJ4lSter-Gen- my mistress' bad a little! woundon M- CART, J. W. DORR w. R. QUIXA r' -
tender end caressing and at the same: C. S. lI'. 1Z-6-OG oaww J. S. REESE R.
'intuit while drinking this time We offer the below! 'erai: the h(' d..11" Riso President VJce-PresUent Caihl-r\; AlSlstant.cutJer.ri .,
exquisitely Landau -
protective.- -
">!See. Only packed in 1, 2n3 Tribune.. $100 MAKE TY 'EWRIT-e; S CHEAP: I TRADE required MARK.by Chapter 4oS4; I THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA.f I.
4 Notice as Like All the Rest. ... ; -
pound air-tight cans. ; CAPITAL "..- SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS 020. .
Btrarn's Visible (new) .............$7500 Laws of Florida all whom It may concern Is ,"'I suppose," said the curious old ladyto ...-DIRECTORS_ ;' i "
We guarantee every can. 'ir'ams. (re-built) ................ 5:>.00 h't'rf'by.n.Notice to that the Hygela Bottling the driver of the city sprinklingcart J. :J. HOOTOX, R. M. CART. I* :J. REEVES !'. I J' I
ORDER EASTERN *TAR. Densmore (practically new) ....... ..,.sO L G. Crosby proprietor of Pen- i \v. A. U'AIEMBEP.TE.' J. S. REESE W. DKJ. J SSLEB. .
Regular meeting: Order of mith! PremIer No. 4 .............. 45.00 Works Is the owner of all boxes, I "that yon only follow this! business A General Banking BusIness Transacted and Account* Solicited; Ships' Dllburse- }c
Importers: Coffee Co. 'v>-" Eastern Star: Tuesday night Remington Ao. 2 (re-built) ........ 2000 Sstsf'botU s and portable fountains. for the money there Is In It?" menu given Special Attention. "S .
C-fC < at of' look. Degrees of t.ie the following marks, brands. or "
bearing said the driver of the
fti*?*' .. order will be conferred. Also for ten days delivery we, can sell .. via: "Yes, madam .
Limited. s 3'-i.*>. MRS.. ELLA BEYER. New Century. Fox. Fay.g oles. Under StAll cases andb'eS having the name cart; "1 frankly confess I am out for :: -- ---- '- i i I
W Win. wood or any make of tjpewnter. Above -Hvria Bottling Works" painted, sten- Baltimore American. -
the dust. '
New Orleans. V MART BAdOETT.. machines also for rent. cUed:or branded thereon. R. i- CART President.WholeMle JMX B. MASSBT. Secretary.oo. t t
Secretary. Soda Water and other bottle having ,
I AU the name "Hygla Bottling Works." This Is the law of benefits between I C.A.R.-Y dz;, t : '
and all other portable
Send in your orders now founTains the havta glass the letters -H- B. W." menr The.one ought to forget at once : J<
The Lewis for extra copies of The J ournat's PensacolaTypewriter or a Bottling Works thereon. what he has given and the other ought I and Retail Deafer BUckimithOffice >n Steam ; 1 .t
Bear Co. Th" foregoing' notice hu t*.n filed Dom *tlc Anthracite end COA L
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gun into her body at close range. fit for a city of 50.000 Inhabitant* .
following are printed
. Jury Makes Recommendation The Jury. Sworn.' lustrated, cloth binding on ,good and i stri er: ij'
When court: convened: :' yesterday standard.chimney. t,;
4i C q of Mercy at Handsof morning the special,venire was called Corner
series, .
jt 40 or: 58 f*
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1 and the following jury chosen: by Horatio Aigcr. Jr., "the rt'"*,
the Court. Fffiingim, F.: Caro'Archie 'Benton, A. Henty" at 30c. others price 30 .

Spare, W. J. Etheridge.C. Brewton,
Hs& Ideal spries. 40 titles
"Joe 'Brown A. Ix by G. A
RiX M. Robinson
at 25c. Mr. Hetty is King of Storr&n
Hall, L w :Cherry;.,Jas. :Crarey and en for boys. All boys will read t.:.
MURDER TRIAL OCCUPIED ATTEN. LeFra.ncoisEli M. Robinsonwas tes wrth eager and 6tOro
A. M. unflagging
Classical School to Play the ilte'ts\
The episodes are all
graph; .
'. Still Booking TION OF CIRCUIT COURT YESTERDAY chosen as foreman.In realistic, and In many of his=boc e'.ittt.. .
Barton Elevenon the selection of a jury the first torically true. The tendency' 13 rn> \('J
AND JURY RETURNED twelve jurors called were accepted by formation of an honorable, n.lI:11
Xmas Orders"Isn't the state and tendered by the defense even tl erolc character.: M
Friday. something which rarely occurs in a LIttle' Men series! by favorite bow -
it too late-some ask. O'CLOCK LAST NIGHT. murder trial. thors, at :35c. **
I I After the jury had been sworn the
wrT741RiIIi There surely isn't much time ,i Young Patriotic series by such ,
WHILE A PICKED TEAM OF PEN- examination of witnesses was commenced I a.t. .
left, but the reliability of our as Ellis. CWpffiab. Otis at SOc
Guilty of murder in the first degree and, thirteen were on the
SACOLA AND BARRANCAS PLAY service permits us to accept stand during the day, including the Rover Boys' series at 49c.
orders up to the last moment for with a recommendation for mercy I

ERS WILL MEET THE ALABAMA Christmas delivery. We are was the verdict of the jury in the defendant. and some very strong testimony Juvenile. histories ef the Cnlted p-51,
was heard for the state. The England.. rreland. Germar* RLV'
i MEDICAL COLLEGE THE FOLLOWING punctual'Go case of Marion Shavers, colored, who defense endeavored to prove an alibi, France Japan- Heroes of ji",rnr* ri-'

over ,your wardrobe care- was on trial for his life yesterday y in and the.defendant upon the stand denied atTIc.

3 4/ 74 DAY. fully and see what you need. the circuit .court The verdict was any knowledge of the murder, If you want to spend iror for .
r'A Perhaps it's a Prince Albert, a claiming that he 'Was asleep in his boy" than 250 to lit:. let m n ..\
Tuxedo, Full Dress Suit, Walk- rendered about 10 o'clock last night, room at the hour It occurred. In this half a dozen of the above: '-... w:::1; ,:. -r'''

HOLIDAY NECKWEAR. Interest in football .is at high pitchin Ing Frock, or Business Sack. the jury being out for only about thlr he was supported by the testimony ofa date and treasure all of the

Everything that' new and stylish In Neckwear Is shown In our Neckwear Pensacola as a result of two games :Maybe a Fancy Vest extra ty minutes. friend and relative.
Department. Our ties at 25 and 50 cents are wonder of beauty Trousers or a Raincoat is want Shavers was charged with having The hearing concluded shortly before
and worth a quarter more. Others scheduled to be played on the local
at 75 cents
to ,
SI. the like of which ed.
Anderson colored residingnear in the afternoon and
; you seldom see. between Pensacola and visiting shot Ella 5 clock HARRY T. HOWLAND
Give half a dozen for a Christmas gift. A man never gets too many. Let know at once.Fancy Siillriew, in October. The murder State Attorney Kehoe opened withan ,
teams. The first game is to be occurred at the home of able argument for the prosecutionwhich Manager, De Luna Book store,

played Friday at Palmetto Beach be Vests, $5.CO to $12.50 the woman, who was shot as she concluded at 6 o'clock when De Luna St, Phone
tween the Classical School and the was standing in her front door, court adjourned for supper, and upon 1491

THE JOHN WHITE STORE Barton Academy. This will be the Extra Trousers $5.00 to $18.00. having gone there from her room in reconvening Attorney Jas. R. Lan- -

I last game of the season in which the Raincoats. $25.00 to $45.00. response to a call from the outsidefor drum, representing the defendant --- ------ -=0
i her husband, who had been made a strong defense and the jury
Classical School eleven will partici-
threatened. It was alleged that Shavers was charged by Judge Carter.
Specialists In Men's and Boys' Wear pate and is sure to prove a hotly con .. was the party standing outside, The Jury retired at 9:15 o'clock and

, tested and interesting game. and that when the woman appeared at within half an hour returned 'a verdict -
1 Phone 225 205.207 S. PALAfOX The only standard of comparisonfor PRICKETT, PERSON & GARDNER the door instead of the man he became of guilty of murder in the first

I r the two teams is their games with I TAILORS U Brent enraged at her and after utterIng degree with a recommendation for

1 (Incorporated.) an oath fired the contents of a_shot mercy.
the University School of Mobile.
BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANY Early in the season Barton was defeated .

/A W. T. BEDWTKJ- PRES. AND MANAGER. by the U. M S. by a score of
Prepared to do all efe *i< alr palrln on Mwrt notice. Ring phone 570 and a 6 to 0.A week later the Classlcals ALLEGED MURDERER OF
representative caL W. T. BUrwell. President and Manager. 205 ,S. BaylenCatarrhs defeated the same team by a score of A NEW DISCOVERYFOR

1, 1treE't. 12 to 0. Since then Barton Academyhas
played against no school team. Mends MENDING kind TORN torn GARMENTS- '
every of garment JAS. SWEAT A CORPSE f4.p
The Ciassicals have defeated the without sewing. Package -mailed with
High School of Pensacola and been full Instructions on receipt of 15c-money -
. f pEN ? Cured SEEK NO FURTHER defeated by the U. M S. in a hotly or stamps, to _uuuu_uuuu____________________ .

f. ennari cure comply YOU HAVE IT HERE contested fight by a score of I 5 to 0. P. O. Box 353. M. M.Pensacota FEINGOLD Fla., night to make a search for the negro : '
Smooth* $2 Tne Ciassicals entered their gamein
r Beebey Goldsmith Colored was near when the killed, i'
:TabU-taand: Liquid MedteatJoiT. Penn Rhenmatlsm cnw Is Just Mobile Saturday with a serious negro 41-

L t .;. -.: Coughs and Colds what rlAdd: looking forAn handicap. Five of the regular varsity SCARRITT ,MORENO.SAFES having planned the capture of the -4 I'-j
Conquered but did not the MIs-
Killed accompany '
be- Mississippi '
Destroyer team were off, and the new men OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.Agent ,
$ \\' PET mERRY ELIXIR.XS sissippi men for the reason that he
eta from Otllates Iodide 0' learning plays and ,signals on for Dlebold Safe and Lock Co. 4'k.4-
< gan .
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Potash Canton. Ohio. feared if Goldsmith heard of his cesKi ;l
or pres-
.- RUB IT IN A nerou me Ample to Thursday night before the game. \\fib.weeks' Office and Salesroom. E. Gev st.OlD While Resisting, ence in the lumber camps or caught ,,' c4iossBnn1.
these from the
'e o. warded. to a practice men '
.'' PENN LINIaIEr u..... wnte to eight of him he would make his '
MEDI& )- POHf DRUG CO., showing made in promise Arrest.HAD escape, so he stationed himself on the
For Sale] to
by all Druggists (make in every respect, except as
PhiJada.. railroad strack and the. two Mlssislp-
weight as good a team as has rep-
resented the school this year. With lANDMARKI pi men went Into the quarters and ef.
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-- all the handicaps they had to over- BEEN ARRESTED NEAR fected the arrest

[ DEPOT LOAN come-one being outweighed by ten First Located at Gulfport. This cold weather will
pounds to the man-they gave a wonderful When Deputy Sanders left here Friday

: All kinds of repairing done on Watches Clocks example of what plucky play- BUGGY WHEN TOLD THAT HE night it was with the understanding haps suggest to you tha ai
r do. IS I S8 BEING N G Goldsmith
ing can that. was. at Gulfport,
Guns, Pistols. Highest price paid for old gold. Money It Is rather early to think of a lineup WAS TO BE TURNED OVER TO Miss., wnere he had be fa residing i

, loaned on personal property.Ve handle all kinds of The experiment made with new I DEPUTY SHERIFF AND THEN Sheriff Van t>elt and the deputy, who
such gratifying surprise
furnished a
men had been working quietly for three or OVERCOATis
( Jewelry, both new and second-hand. Don't forget.J that it is likely there will be material : BEGAN RESISTANCE. more weeks, had received information

alterations in the varsity team REIOVED which caused them to believe that

t I. E. ClPmPIlt t THE WATCHMAKER for the coming game. I, The alleged murderer of James Goldsmith had fired the shot that
:. 106 East Wright Street. The hard work that will undoubtedly killed Sweat and that Sydney Williams "
be done the three or four days still Sweat, the young man who met death then at Ihiscogee was implica what you need. \\ e In"e

:- r..........." ..... ..................... team remaining work.will The do Ciassicals wonders for expectto the Workmen Resi- ,five accompanying years ago a near party Muscogee of deputy while go ted.to It Gulfport was planned and for for the the sheriff deputy to to an excellent line to how you
add another to their victories Friday proceed the following day to Muscogee Or should you desire an all-
r r sheriffs, was brought to
I : A PORTABLE FIRE i Their playing is ,worth seeing ;H.' ; and arrest Williams ihe sheriff fit
round service
yesterday morning a corpse. Beebey coat. we can
now and by Friday it will be brought dence Supposed to Be found his man and succeeded in making -
to degree of perfection not yet attained Goldsmith. colored, who was charged which the arrest and landing him in jail. you with one of our

- ;i I Is one of the handsomest arguments imaginable t by any team the school has 135_ y ears Old. with killed having the young fired man the, was shot himself When he' arrived at Gulfport Deputy -
had Sanders was met by the chief of police
.I Any home or office can have one by using a out.Another Game Saturday. ,killed near Wortham Miss.arrest., Sunday The and the deputy chief, and they
: while resisting
Another game will be played Satur. morning soon found that Goldsmith 'was not
the following between, a One of Uh' voidest landmarks in 'shots were fired by Deputy Sheriff HANDSOMECRAVENETTS
day find him. He
day, ; where they expected to
GASHEATERJust i picked team from Pensaccfla and Fort Pensacola is being, demolished It is I Williams, of Bond, :Miss; and by had gone to a small town north of
who had been deputized -
Barrancas and the Varsity eleven>of the typical Spanish home' on' East In- James Murray, and Gulfport, and, accompanied by the
accompany' the deputy
: the Alabama Medical College and tendencia street, between DeLuna and I to deputy chIef Deputy Sanders went
the thing for heating the bath identify the man. Deputy Sheriff
up room, hall i much enthusiasm Is being displayedby the of I there When they reached the next
Tarragona streets property here Friday
who left
!: or knocking the chill off the bedroom nights and : which the will backers be one of the of picked the strongestand eleven, Mrs Kirk: and for' years the lower I Frank Saunders town another they ,found and in the this negro manner had movedto they !

has been Mr. Bul-
portion occupied by
i mornings. Gas heaters $l.5Oto heaviest to be seen on the local traced the negro from one town to
., gridiron this season. Everything lard. i $100 REWARD, '100. another as far &I Bond, Mi .. There
to a hotly contested game. The The old Spanish house is supposedto The readers of this paper will be the cWet teturoed to Gulfport,
<. points to learn that there to at least deputy : ,
. .1 Medical: College boys have been organized be the oldest in thq city of. Pensa one dreaded disease' ttat science has I but first made Mr Sanders acquaintedwith Call in and let us show \o:i
i Pensacola Gas since the season opened and cola. and next to it In point of age been able to cure in all its stages and Deputy 8& riff Williams. It was

Company have made some remarkable showingsin comes the old Spanish hospital on that is Catarrh.positive cure Haire now Catarrh known Cure to the Is thoubt tie negro; was at Lyman,Miss., the elegant style, perfect nand

: Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. their games against strong elevens. Main street. During the recent hurricane medical the only fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional and Deputy Sanders determined to splendid construction of
i The Pensacola team was only recently the place on Intendencia street disease. requires a constitutional get the man. offered the Mississippi!
: o.................................................. organized, but the eleven contains was badly damaged, and the Board of treatment. Halls Catarrh Cure the Is deputy a reward of $25 to accompanyhim these garments .
-- --- -- Safety refused to grant a permit for taken Internally. acting directly upon
of the the the
some excellent material many of the provided man was one
surfaces system The
men having played on strong college repairs to be made, as it is a wooden blood thereby and ddeetroyins mucous the foundation of the he was after. They went to Lyman, prices are very reasonable '

GULF CITY COFFEE CO., HOOTON'S IS teams, therefore a fast and snappy structure and inside the fire limits, so disease and giving the patient strengthby but there found GoWsmith had gone ranging from $12$
it became for the owner to building up the constitution and assisting to Vortham Miss. mill
game is expected. necessary a saw town
I Manager. Its work. The
The line-up of the two teams will remove the buildIng. : nature have In so doing much faith In Its and there they proceeded. There to $25.

Toasters, Blend crs and Shippers of VERY POPULARSINCE be announced later. The house is supposed to hare been curative proprietors powers that they offer One Hun Deputy Sanders by paying another reward -

the home of Governor Intendente dred Dollars for any case that it failsto secured James Murray to identify -
I Fine CoffeesOLR GENUINE "GERMAN LEBKU when the Spanish were In control of cure. Send for list of testimonials. Goldsmith for the Missisippi
J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo
CHEN" AT WEST FLORIDA STEAM Address F. and the two into
Pensacola and from him it is claimed deputy proceeded
BAKERY. Intendencia street received its name Sold bv all Druggists. 75c. the negro quarters. Watson
: GIVE THEM A TRIAL- DEMONSTRATOR HAS BEEN It is also related that it was occupiedby Take Halls Family Pills for constipation. Deputy Sanders did not know the ,

Send in your orders now General Jackson.DON'T negro! but knew that the man knew .

STATIONED THERE: of The him. so he remained on the railway .
for extra copies Jour BE CROWDED OUT, SENDIN
track, and to keep down suspiciontold &
nal's big Christmas Edition YOUR ORDERS AT ONCE FOR a different story as to his purpose

I Hiss Watson, demonstrator for "Al be set aside YOUR CHRISTMAS CAKES. WEST TO BE HAPPY, YOU MUST BE there. ..
and they will
SHOESAND lan's Janice" The Mississippi deputy found Goldsmith
perfumes at HootonsPharmacy I for you.New. SUCCESSFULTO and placed him under arrest,
is very much impressedwith Straw Rope Svrlng telling him that he was wanted for Reese Company

the popularity of the "Janice"I : -- Korea is perhaps the oldest countryin gambling. The handcuffs were place'!

( : I I brand here. She has been kept busy the world, and the customs and actions upon his wrists, and the three got

since her arrival, and I that go to make up the daily life BE SUCCESSFUL. YOU MUST into the buggy being used and started "EVERYTHING TO WEAR"
as a result
i of the people are not at all governedby back to the point where Deputy San-
HATSMake many new friends are being added, Suit Time the logic or tradition which movesus BUY RIGHT. I ders was stationed. James Murray,
daily to the list of those who have who identified the negro, was seated -
on our enlightened way. They haveno in the with, Goldsmith accordIng
contracted the "Janice" habit. buggy -
clearly regulated: sports nothing apparently to the statement made by Deputy KNOWLES BROS.

Miss Watson is a very charming And We AreReady that could be likened to a TO BUY RIGHT, GO TO Williams to Deputy Sanders while

: young lady and is very favorably impressed national game. They pass most of Williams was standing behind the seat Insurance.FIRE .

I' Desirable with Pensacola and with their recreation hours swinging in with his revolver In his hand. After MARINE.

Pensacolians. Hootons Pharmacy is straw rope swings and seem entirely going some distance from toe negro LIFE, ACCIDENT

| Gifts now more popular than ever since happy in the sport. The straw rope JOE COLEMANI quarters the warrant was read to the General Agq'i "{

her advent The public is cordially invited if well made, is extremely durable and negro charging him with the murderof
to call 'on Miss Watson James Sweat and he was also told The EquitableLIFE
and stand considerable
can weight
r. as may
| More especially those learn something about the perfume she, be judged when three ablebodled that Deputy Sanders would shortly ,I ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF NE1YOftK.
take him In charge.
is can make your selections
representing Samples : you
are .
sell. Value is theiristincth.e will sell young men impose their weight upon The negro immediately became
| \\e free on application. The suit that we you to.day from a full stock of wearables forman treet
will be one in which we place implicit the swing standing on the shoulders I aroused, and a moment afterwards 309 South FaUfox;
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( ; quality and agift No Opium in Chamberlain's! Cough confidence There Is no room in this I of one another after the manner of ; youth and boy. Grades and grasped the revelover of Deputy Williams -
5 that is useful is brands from the best manufacturers in and a fight ensued In the buggy
Remedy. II' store for a thing we cannot depend! upon. acrobats. It may be very fine pastime, ;
doubly appreciated. There is not the least danger in giving Every garment from White & Nix will but the average American, it is eafe to : the country, such as Eagle Shirts,I the two men falling out upon the ASK FORMAGNOLIA

Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to tell exactly what we think Is Important say, would find in it very little appeal.The Knox and Stetson Hats, King uaiity, ground where the deputy pulled the
small children as it contains of shoulders each I trigger and the bullet struck the negroin
no opium.I And In every pair Stow and Florsheim Shoes and Gaeger's '

\'. Beacon Light Shoes. or other harmful drug. ,It has an established hand-shaped lapel, each felled seam. Old Grfek Divorce Law.A Underwear together with the Although the breast-having been mortally FARM
reputation of more than will be the evidence. Everythingis
$3.00. I thirty years as the most successful there collar to hem. clergyman was railing against di swellest lot of holiday goods you ever wounded the negro leaped to his feet

I medicine in use for colds, croup and important vorce. "We ought to have the divorce saw. Fancy Silk Vests, Neckwear, and started to run, when Murray

Stetson Hats i whooping cough. It always cures and law that was enforced in ancient Gloves, Suspenders. who had been endeavoring to check
.SUITS, $10.00 TO 4000.' the frightened horse attached to the
is pleasant to take. Children like it. Greece, he said. "If that old Greek Just the for SYRUP
right thing a CANE
$3.50. i:Sold by all druggists clause was tacked to every separation, buggy fired at him- two shots taking
effect and the negro fell to the
I am persuaded that divorces would
,"i CAKES OF ALL KIND; MARSH. fall off 60 to 70 per cent. This law Xmas Present. ground and died without making a
i MELLOW, LAGER AND ROLL. GE. statement as to whether or not he
was that when a man got a divorce he killed Sweat.Goldsmith"Is. Always
POUND ETC.. AT WEST FLORIDA could not under any circumstances Be happy and successful. said to have stated .
STEAM BAKERY. White Nix marry another woman younger than however, betor beginning to resist WAS

his ez-wife. An innocent law a brief the officers, that be knew who killed

H. 0. ANSON Send in your orders now law not much to look: at,. but how Smith and also Informed-- the officers Pure
of his
divorce would whereabouts. "
many suits nipped
forextra copies of The OUTFITTERS The body was brought here yesterday .
J ourna1'5 in the bud if all husbands knew that JOE COLEMAN
CASH' CLOTHIER '' big Christmas Edition after the separation they could not morning to be buried. before there was a

Corner Pilafoi and Mala. and thev'will.. be set aside Tour Money's Worth or Your Money Back. marry younger women than the wives GENUINE "GERMAN LEBKU-

j !for'yo>. -. Phone 790 29 S. Pal& ox St latla.they had cast off!"-Philadelphia Bui Phone 277. 212 S. Palafol St. CHEN"BAKERY.AT WEST FLORIDA STEAM Ci Food Bill. '1.


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