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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 14, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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lic Corporation fl DISMISSAL OF NEGRO 1 General Offices Will Be in j' .. ,

Illegal Assemblies in Sixty SOLDIERS IS UPHELD, the Blount Building
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ILei.slation BY A NEGRO BISHOP )

Against Them- Understood President Will Nine Churches of Paris By Associated Press. With Passenger Sta -"

Now Abandon ,vEfforts New York. Des 13.-Bishop .
selves Necessary to Keep a I Charged.' W. B Derrick, of the African tion There. "_ ;
Episcopal church, whose homeis
in That Direction.
Members .. in rushing, li L, in an in-
Straight.
NOTICE TO EVACUATE EDIFICES terview expressed a different
-f IF THE COUNCIL GRANTS TH8 ,
opinion from that of other

PROBABLE, THAT ,HOUSE WILL BELONGING TO THE STATE leaders of his race respecting FRANCHISE REQUESTED THIS
.
PROPOSED BILL WILL HAVE A dismissal
President Roosevelt's -
TENDENCY TO KEEP HONORED NOW REACH VOTE ON QUESTION SERVED ON ALL pCCUPANTS of the negro soldiers for the WILL BE THE CENTRAL DEPOT .

OF SUCH PROPERTY-ROME CATHEDRAL Brownsville affair. '
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GENTLEMEN IN THE STRAIGHTAND r$ OF INCREASING SALA "I am personally acquainted I OF THE CITY, AS CARS FROM -, '

NARROW PATH AND PRE. RIES-HIGH PRICE OF LUMBERTO CHARGES SITUATIONTO with the president," says the BARRANCAS LINE WILL PASS i }
"He is impulsive, but
bishop.
ACTIVITY OF FREE MASONS
VENT REPETITION OF GREAT r BE INVESTIGATED-SMOOT I his Impulses are always on the THIS POINT. l
side of Justice and right.
SCANDALS OF THE PAST. MATTER IN SENATE. Therefore, I cannot believe ,
By Associated, Press.
Paris, Dec. Summonses 'were that color or the race question i Many Improvements In addition to ;
rB entered into his decision to those already made are contemplated
By William Wolff Smith. y Associated I Press. issued to-day charging illegal assemblies have the colored troops dis by the Pensacola Electric Company,
looks Washington Dee.3.SimvUfied: in sixty nine of the churchesof I would not believe
Washington Dec. 13- It does charged. and while some of the plans are yet ;
spelling received its final quietus In Paris. The official Journal an- t
if our distinguished lawmakers it unless he told me so from In process of formation others have '
the house to-day. There has been nounced that only eighty of the Cath
: ,ve about reached the conclusion t his own lips. been mapped out and all arrangements
ft,t the only way to keep them from more or less continuous discussion olic diocesan associations formed "I deplore very much the i are being made to carry them to a .
at the present 'session of were legaL Many suits were begunin
; congress seemingly Inflammatory statements
fing: wrong is to legislate against successful termination. ,
but It was terminated to-day by a connection with endorsementsfor which certain men of
been
mselves. They have for years Among the improvements of note by
resolution that the old standard of mass to be celebrated for the who ought to be more ''
in the color
thing to keep everybody else the company will be the establishment
orthography be adopted. It is under of souls of the dead,,fifty seminaries
straight and narrow way and have repose \ sober in their statements, of general offices on the ground floor I t,
stood that the has if which refused to with
president said comply have made in regard to the .
forgotten that their feet my stray o t of the Blount building. There floor
the house should 'record the law being closed. No disorderwas
* go on against
o the path of virtue. president. space, 46x44 has been secured Just i
The people have been watching the the new system he*,, would abandon reported. during the day. : : west of the main entrance from Garden ,1
his efforts In''th t direction. The Notices to evacuate'edifices belonging
My doings of congressmen, and haveibont street, and a suite of half a dozen
resolution was. adopted unanimously. to the state were served on eccle-
that _
, offices
reached the conclusion with a large vestibule and 1
It. is that the house sastics and seminarists and usually r
when a man is chosen to represent a now probable waiting room In the center have been
national ; will reach a vote on the--question of met with the declaration that they The for these offices
strict or a state in our leg- s planned. plans
increase of the salaries of membersof would yield only to force COLORADO
\lature his own ideas of the respect THE are now In the hands of Manager --
office the confidence congress and'cabinet officials, by Proceedings were begun on behalf
due! i his high and Leadley and have been approved by
placed In him by his fellow citi I an agreement reached today. of the government against the sisters !Mm and he anticipates that the com
M. E. I INGALLS.Wno Resolutions calling on the secre of the Assumption order on the I
lEns would keep him from going pany will move from Its present quarters .
, even in the remotest degree, tary of commerce and labor to- Investigate charge of conducting a convent and Main street about a
ronsr on January 1.
Made Address Yesterday Before National Civic Federation Upon th- -
not the high price of lumber school for the aristocracy in violation RIVERFLOOD[R O OU
have
Is a myth, and that they Income and I Inheritance Tax. Should the council pass the fran
counted on human fraility! so they I and another calling on the secretaryof of the law against education by chise asked for by the company this

<'ill hall the attempt to eafe-guard our By Associated Press. I I should be be given to the community:, the interior for a detailed description religious orders. will be the central passenger; stationof t

national: legislators. by prohibitory New York, Dec.! 13.-The National He said: i; of the coal lands withdrawnfrom CHARGED the line and will be equipped to accommodate -

1"ws!!; as a return to higher honesty. Civic Federation to-day discussed the "I do not advocate the pauperizing public entry since last July, FREE MASONS > those who 'desire to wait s

The safe- ruard3 proposed by the income and inheritance tax. Amongthe !I of a man or his children but it is! were passed. WITH -CAUSING' TROUBLE nIess Action Is Taken Immediately there for cars to and from the Bar. +,

!ill presented by Representative Ran prominent speakers was M. E. In 1 not the millionaire who made the The legislative executive and Judicial Bv Associated Press. mantas line, which will soon be in '

'ill of Texas is not for the personal galls, Chairman of the Cleveland Cincinnati !I wealth. He did not make'the lore or appropriation bill was then Rome, .Dec. IS. The Osservatore Towns Will operation.In .s

>s.:its of the congressmen but top Chicago and St Louis railroad coal cr gold he dug from the ground. taken up and it is expected, will be Romano has published a statementthat this case the present depot will ;

*:- them from straying into by and company, who spoke at length on the It belongs_ in the abstract to the people. completed tomorrow.Second .. the Holy See has ordered the Be Wiped Off the be used only to hande the freight busi J '

ir'-'tMen! paths wherein their gart's subject I'I I clergy to refuse to make application ness. r'

: smell of smoke. Andrew Carnegie opposed the Income "I agree with the president to tax I Speech on Smoot.senate for permission to worship because of Will Make a Belt.

'"ere are Senators and Repressrta- tax on constitutional grounds.;: heavily In a graduated scale everyman Washington, Dec. 13.-The the terms of Minister Bryan's circu Map. Manager'Leadley when
frs! who have so exalted an opinion He aid he believed as wealth properly who dies leaving behind millions, today listened to tbe second speech I seen yesterday
't*1I d.gnity of the public servicert I belongs to the community on the I I for I believe excessive wealth left to.of the session against the continuance lar.A dispatch from Cardinal Richard afternoon regarding the application -
*. for a franchise by the
company,
> noun entering that service they death of its possessor, a large portion a child, injures that chDl" j j4 I: of Reed Smrx <.s a senator by warmly thanking the Pope for the By Associated Press. to build its line out Garden street to a
DuBois
v. divorced themselves from I Mr. DuBois, of Idaho Mr. Nunciature at Paris Washington, Dec. 13.SenatorFlint
diately I use of the Palace
Olivia and thence south to Main
.3 ntside business but now and then I I charged that Roosevelt had used the and assuring the Pontiff of his un of California, had a conferencewith ,
there with the Barranca
connecting _
"lir has been one not so careful of weight of his administration to assist was received. the president today in regard tothe.
abated ,
courage
line stated that it the desire of
ACCIDENT IN I Morman vote at the was
SERIOUS the
republican break in the Colorado river
!i II! own crrdit.II I The-Gionale dltalia quotes Monsignor the company to make a belt of that '
t is still a shame to the American last election. Montagnini as saying: The present which is flooding Imperial valley. section of the city, and Is sure thatit
", ito recall the DeGolyer and I A bill was passed providing regulations situation in France is due to FreeMasonry I The president said that a polite note will be greatly appreciated by those is i I

Mit Alobiler scandals that agitate SIX DAY BICYCLE for fishing vessels to prevent which has succeeded in getting had been addressed to Mexico on the who reside along the bay shore, at d
:h country between 1870 and 1880. RACE:collisions at sea and adjournment the upper hand through the indolence subject of financial redress but thus the navy yard and other points who '

!""Kf scandals caused a number of was taken until Monday.BRAlILANTS. of the French middle classes far there had been no reply. will be patrons of the electric cars as ;i .

!.I''D of bieh talents] and who enjoyedS who though deeply Catholic are unorganized Mr. Flint said that unless some- soon as they are placed in operation '
confidence and respect of the pub- ." thing was done within sixty days it t p
the It Is the intention
by company. ,
'c' to retire to private life and the Ten Riders Spilled in 'a The paper says that Foreign Minister would be Impossible to do anythingfor he said: to have all cars on the return ..j; --

;woLe! always hunt around others who TRYING Tn BIlE E If [ Pinchon will preserve the Papal Imperial valley as it would be from Barrancas leave Main street at .

PI! rot retire. It Is only about a dozen Bunch at the Dead archives seized because of the energetic filled up and Imperial valley and the Olivia, proceeding north to Garden and t

rears: since the famous suear scandal protests of several ambassadors towns; wiped off the map.PROPOSED I thence east on that street to Palafox. t.

"2uht; a number of distinguished: .Man's Curve. to the publicity of diplomatic There the line will connect with th*

"at cnien and for a number of years documents. Palafox street line and the cars will

scmbers of both houses of congress ANGIEBIROSONGPowerful IMMIGRANTS GIFT run south to Main street, where an. -,,
save speculated in one way or anther other connection will be made wtttt .'
In matters that mirtit possibly ACCIDENT CAUSED BY ONE OF b MINERS KILLEDBY the Fort Barrancas line. ,:,

trap up for lerislativp action. THE LEADERS ATTEMPTINGTO BY J. P. MORGANBy The Communication. ti.. e

Representative Randall Iq endeavor. By Associated Press. The communication which the com
'''a!? by a very drastic bill to keep Influence Broughtto II STEAL LAP-NEARLY TWO Washington Dec. 13.-A recent EXPLOSIONBy pany sent to the council at Its meeting

'fIn1'p"CmE'n; from everything of the !I government report has revived the Wednesday' night, making application i
=n" while they remain in congress Bear to Prevent Her HUNDRED MILES BEHIND THE question as to whether or not Germany Associated PreaLKew for a franchise is as follows: =
visit made
Dec. 13.-A
Th. bill prohibits under severe pen I IRECORD' actually was aiding in the es- York, : "Pensacola, Fla., Dec. 12, 1906. i
AT 6 O'CLOCK LAST: Mayor McClellan Park Commis- :1
-'dam Senators and members of the Incarceration. tablisment of her subjects in Brazil Associated Presi by ? "To the Honorable Mayor and City me
hose from serving as officers NIGHT. The publication was made on the au- Fort Smith. Ark, Dec. 13.Three sioner Moses Hermann, of the Borough : Council of the City of Pensacola-

rats or attorneys for any trust orl'hlte I thority of representatives of American miners, W. M. Armstrong, Michael I of Manhattan and some other : "GE'ntJemen-The Pensacola Electric .
Bankowsky of J. Pier- ,
Joseph officials to the home .
;I" Kolosky and city bas bad under
service corporation Hv Associated Press. business interests who alleged that i Company consideration
Hazelhurst, Miss., Dec. 13.-Power-, offering special exemption were killed by an; explosion in mine pont Morgan yesterday, led to a report for sometime the building of .'
ful Influences are being moved to By Associated Press. Germany was service for all who No 1 of the San-':Bois coal company I that Mr. Morgan was about to ;a line of electric railway from near
from military 1
MRS. BRAOIFY I I"ElD IS save Mrs. Angle Birdsong convictedof New York, Dec. 13.-The worst ac to Rio del Snl last night. One hundred men had give the city something of great importance i Palafox street westward along Garden

manslaughter for killing Dr. cident in the six days bicycle race go The German embassy took the matter just left the mine when the explosion I connected with art. street to Olivia street, and thence '. 1F

FOR MURDER Thomas Butler. came today. Walthour-Bedell) had I up with the home$:government but occurred. I! Last night a friend of Mr.use Morgan of his, down Olivia street or by other street :
United States Senator McLaurin, who would not permit me streets to a connection with Its '
the o'
gained ,nearly a lap when a spill occurred the reply received did not confirm benefaction which ;
her uncle, will arrive in Hazelhurst :statements. ( It was said that no exceptions WANT DEPARTMENT name said that the present line leading to Barrancas It d ,
injuring of Salt Mr. Morganwas .'
her another uncle Hollister was contemplated by last resolved. If. It .
to-day to help and : of the kind referred to had has at can procure! ;
By Associated P'el" treasurer of Lake, and Vanoni, the Italian stupendous; that it related to art from Honorable
A. Q. May former state severe- been made and that the emigrationto a franchise your body. ll i
Washington Tx. 13.-The coroners :Mississippi is'already here. ,ly, and others were badly shaken. On ,t Brazil from Germany of late years OF PUBLIC HEALTHBy and that no gift equalling It had ever -instruct such line, and Is willing .tt .
'ry at the inquest to-day to determine Leading business men state and account of the accident Walthour had been small. been bestowed at one time on the V.dad t Itself to begin such construe t r ,

'ormer Scially.Senator. the cause of the death of county officials and members of the dell's gain was denied them. I That Brazil very, however. looks upon city. *ton> and to end* the same within a i ; .

Brown of Utah gave clergy are signing a petition to the The score at 6 p. m. was: Mna i the German settlers as being most desirable Associated Press. reasonable time,. to be arrived at by : t 1
t decision that death
resulted fromtnn :Mrs. Birdsong bail until -leaders 1,555 miles and 7 laps; Wal-- and it Since the preparation of '
court to grant from every point of view was Dec. IS.-The establishment yon "i '
t Anna shot wound inflicted by Mrs. her appeal for a new trial is decided -thour.Bedell one lap less; Breton and !made evident today when Ambasador Washington of a department of public OSCAR OF SWEEDEN such a franchise is a matter of moment ,*j' t f 1

Kradley. whom the jury held toawait upon. Local business men say'Samuelson one lap behind the leaders Nabuco declared that his country with representative in the and care It respectfully su- : ." ;

Mrs: the action of the grand jury. that they will furnish the young ; Calvin and \\iley two laps behind wanted more of them. health was advocated a at a conferenceof SLIGHTLY BETT ERBv I tests that a committee be appointedby ; "j
cabinet j
Bradley collapsed when In. woman's bail without leaving the the leaders. The record is 1,- "I "he said "a million or Medical Association to-day. The your honorable body for the par- ', i
fcnred hope.
"as to! of the verdict and for a time.I court room even if the amount is 750 miles and one lap. more of them will emigrate there initial the meeting was called to order by pose of consulting with us and Jointly 4 : :
serious condition Later
a
she The accident was the worst since preparing a franchise to be submitted Ito
1100000( good work In Bra- of CincinnatL I "
have done Reese,
was: They Charles
removed to the district jail Dr. Associated Press. I A
body to the J
Two of her jurors have written the the beginning of the present six-day zll and I trust Emperor William will your whole granting
court asking that the lightest possible race at Madison Square Garden. Ten from military PAPER Stockholm Dec. 13.-A bulletin late Pen arola Electric Comnany the rights .!. 1
the YORK
exemptions
.of the riders of the downin grant NEW to-night says the condition of King I hereinbefore mentioned. t .
race went f
penalty be imposed.JEROME service referred to in order to encourage .
i'V.' J. CAPITALIST a bunch at what is known as Dead that kind of emigration to my GOES TO WALLBy Oscar is tolerably satisfactory. The I!I "Th Advantages to the city by the ,! t. '- i
heart has al '
Man's curve on the Sixteen street action of the Improved contribution of the Electric Company"i !

AFTER side: of the saucer. country. Associated Press. though the pulse Is irregular. The 1 to the proposed pavement of Garden 'r ,

KILLED IN TEXASBy I I The accident came when rolger] of New York Dec. 13.-The Daily Newa temperature is 101. ISUCCESSOR I street and to the citizens alone Garden -oj i '$::
I .
the Root-Foler; team, darted out WAGE INCRFASE! company to-day made an assignment, I street and tbe other streets by i. 1
THE GAMBLERSBy from among the leaders in an attemptto for the benefit of creditors, to Thomas TOSAMUEL I which the approach to Its nresnt line : '

steal a lap_ Mat Downey was the ON LACKAWANABy Quinn president of the company. The SPENCERBy I will be made are too obvious to re- -PI .h 4
I Associated Press I
I El first man to accept the challenge and paper has suspended publication. The ouire anything more than the direction 11
Paso
l r<: Texas Dec. 13.-Wm. Associated Presv after a few circuits of the trap he liabilities are said to be smalL Associated Press. 1 o* your attention to them. t
rclaueh of Ridgeway. N. J. a re- Dec. 13.The directors "We rf>in x-t' your favorable consideration i {
t'j; New York Dec. 13.-In speaking caught the leader just as they were Press. Macon, : {.
b" capitalist, was tilled and his yesterday of his efforts to suppress sweeping around Dead Man's curve, Pa Associated Dec. 13.-The Dele- HOOE IS REFUSED meeting of the Georgia Southern !I nd are. }1 ,
l'tn> wound to pieces, and one Mexl- gambling in this city District Attorney and the two men orushed each other Scranton Lackawana & Western today and Florida will be held tomorrow, "fnar. yory trulv 3 ; 1
Kured fatally and several seriously in- Jerome said that if certain men and fellIn an instant the other ware, ten per cent increase in ANOTHER TRIAL when a president to succeed th<3 late .PE ACOTJA ELECTRIC: : CO" e r -

by the breakinfi of a coupling who, he said, were both pool room eleven riders were on them, and announced a all employees In the Samuel Spencer will probably be Long Considered. ; j k r s
of
I Oc a tourist car on the Southern Pa. proprietors and had politcal affiliations eight of them went down with a the wages department effective Sir Associated Pre .. named. President FInlay, of the Manser vltltlpy *t ted yesterday; ;i ;

at Gray ton. Texas. did not close their places at crash. transportation The Increase affects Pittsburg,' Dec. 11.-Clifford Hooe Southern and Vice President Parrott afternoon that hfa company bad no Intention .f: ; "'t
1. ,
once he would serve a grand jury subpoena ,1 An evidence of the effect on the January thousand station agents. the negro coachman who was con have been mentioned in that connec of attempting to crowd .any ;'
PROPOSED ISSUEOF upon every district leader in .riders of the frightful strain put on about one clerks,( telegraphers victed of perjury as the resultof tion. )thPr Tw.rte! out who ml M atm). for e I'a
baggagemasters sensational statement in the frant'hffp. but that the! ida of buOd. '
a
Manhattan and Bronx boroughs both them by the contest was shown at the ,
GT. NOR. STOCK Democratic and Republican. If that time of the crash While the men and others. trial of the Hartje divorce case was ENGINEER KILLEDIN In!!' the Garden street line wag one of :) t
i. BIG BOND ISSUE refused a new trial to-day. He was the. fir t to be ronM'"red when Stone :- j 1-
to get at the still lying in a heap the
on
-
means was necessary were
et By Associated Press. & W. RY. CO. sentenced to pay'' a fine of fifty dollars PAY CAR WRECKBy 4. Web:tc'r secured the property and .
Paul, Dec. 13.Regarding the bottom of the connection betwen pool track Pye of the Clark-Pye team who BY N., and six imprisonment decided l I"inrovenipnts." He said i.
Posed issue of Great Northern rooms and politcs in this city, he declared had escaped ,with slight injuries, serve years Associated Press. that there upon.would be many advantages : \ .
Irvt B Attorney he would use it. leaped out of the bunch and running By Associated Press.New Hour Day. New Orleans, Dec. 13.-The Illinois -
General Young, after York Dec. 13.-'lhe directors Granted Eight to be secured by having the cars from i .
wildly along the track, began to Central car collided with a freight
'hie\\ing the new Minnesota law, and Western Railroad Deadwood, S. D. Dec. 13.-The pay Barrancas come In by way of Garden i
'!1d'! Cement Plant Burned. shout "I win the race I win thrace 'of the Norfolk train Engineer
'If : ; their near Southport to-day.
there is in mines to-day granted :.'
homestead :imf
validity
any to-day the Issue of fourteen ?street, and that he Is eur" the natrons
"
5 'law on the subject the proposed Rondout, N. Y., Dec. 13.The. plantof ; they're all dead but me. I win. announced million four per cent convert- employees an eight hour day. The Louis Broderick was killed the company will greatly appreciate '\11. =

'ck mil not be issued unless urgent the New York Cement Companywas He was qnited and taken to his quar- bonds maturing in 1932. The underground workers had asked for and Charles Harris the negro fireman Doing brought to tbe business section t'' t i i'T
\l'SSltis shown and unless the burned here to-day.' The loss Is ters. When the race was resumed able of the thirty-two mil- this but It was concluded to give it was fatally injured. The acciM 1
vm Pye was again in the saddle reeling bonds are part lat w -*** la to". Continued Third Page.) ,
of the proper state officials i one hundred .and\ fifty thousand dollar t au1horba4 recently. to all ti>a "'" ( on }it
v with the other Li a
off the mils
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r of Judaea grew others; hence any portrayals of him "
1 i. WIIEX manhood and fulfilled must make allowance for these varia- 1! ]

mission among men tions in his feelings and emotions.
: the art of photography was not in ext Several artists have taken the incidentof ( ; .
Istence. As no well authenticated por- Christ's forgiveness of the woman ..' ,
f.f trait of Christ has been handed .down taken i in adultery. as the subject of ;d;i'J< ; edsx.rM tco. ceP R, r ,,

+)iF to us a great deal of room has been their work. Among the latter are FrankV. ryr. rw o a DO ,, ,
:'jj$ given the imagination of the artist In DuMond and Will II. Low. painters, ; Rsas V n h oc yea
.[jr the depiction of the features and expression and Vincenzo Alfano, sculptor. \ }
.i| of the founder of Christianity. at >It '
il It la Interesting? to make a study of the I'
., s way in which artists have differed In An artist who has given us an Inter- 1-.t.4.
their ideas of Christ's appearance. No pretation of the character of the Redeemer <: .

character: in history has been made the conventional that departs is Joseph radically Lauber.from 1M'RIGkTi9056YE as the subject of their work. ThereIs face of Christ the sculptor takes as his .ry- .
of paintings and types r I ::$ I
: pubject so many "
j quite a marked contrast between all Ideal the meek and lowly Nazarene
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who the Messiah at a
works of sculpture as the Saviour, and paints masterful ;::.0. J
between when the souls of his hearers would be three of the groups shown In the illustrations rather than a kingly and c
while there is often similarity thrilled with the revelation that "in one by Mr. DuMond and two character such as we,meet In Mr. Lau-
these paintings and sculptures it is him wa1: life and the life was the light .MART CO. by Mr. Alfano. There Is a terrified ber's picture. In the other group by Head by,Melcbers
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that two artists! exactly
seldom agree Christ look in the face of the woman In.1Ir. Alfano. the sculptor has Introduced the
! of It is majestic that
t ::, in their conception of how he lookedas Mr.men.Lauber portrays a a Christ of splen- KENYON Cox Come unto.Me" DuMond's painting.: She is stricken Pharisees, of whom he furnishes some
as a man among men. Formerly certain of studies. The Is his ideal of Christ. The two painting
r. with shame and is,, in anticipation Interesting woman
:. ,. conventional ideas were apt to did physical proportions yet no gross- have little resemblance, however Mr.
the stoning which would have been prostrate, and the Saviour's face la
1J Influence the artists in their portrayals ness of body. I her lot under the strict code of the averted as he kneels to write upon the Curran's Is that of an ascetk Tirtsi.

of the Master, but of late they have t those occasioned by Mr. Lauber's | varying widely from those of the other Jews. Th face of the :Master is full ground. The work is most effectively clad In a single white robe, leaving 4e
"f :, been trying to be realistic in this as in A painting of Christ in decided con- I painting Again in "The Man of Sorrows -portrayals mentioned. It is a face cf of dignity and his attitude is that of composed, and }n each member of the neck and shoulder bare. There is great
so many other things. Some of the recent trast to Hr. Lauber's is that of KenyonCox. ." by Gari Melchers Christ is portrayed treat strength and the painting conveys | command. In one of Mr. Alfano's group one finds ,many points of Inter force in the picture and the artist has
exhibitions bear witness to this Ills'paintins is emitted Xome: in another radically different admirably the idea of a man of;j groups that showing only the Saviour est. conveyed the Impression of a Christ cf
fact. I Unto ,Me" and the tender and loving way. Mr. Melchers' "Christ" approaches -( the utmost human compassion yet divine j and the woman the sculptor has skillfully V atOne exceeding manliness and subdues:
Y. V I qualities of the Saviour are chiefly expressed nearer the conventional type dignity and power.It i! conveyed: ; the idea that she is-hid I of the most human of recent por- physical strength endued with an 'i!e
No doubt Christ appeared quite differently In the'picture. It' is a beautiful -!! than the others perhaps, yet it is realistic is a singular coincidence that sev- ing from her pursuers and seeking protection -' trayals of Christ is that of Charles C. attributes of humanityyet rising agnail
under different circumstances I work in its way but Inspires quite : and Is an aspression of the eral noted .artists have recently chosen behind the garments of her dl- ; Curran. whq took the same text as Mr.i ii sinful weaknesses in his dir.n
tender and loving at times, stern and ether feelings in the beholder from j Saviour's mood under circumstances 1 the scene of Christ and the Magdalen vine defender. As to the figure and j Cox' "Come, Unto Me," in expressing I dignity. EDWARD HALE BBUS3.;

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does not matter how homely you i enough to wear them; besides they with different colored hats thus creat- You may live for years In Spain on Ue:

IT are this year, if you can only I j made her look old. ing a new effect each time. beat terms with a Spaniard before lt
Elbow sleeves of ewhite dresses have invites to meet his wife.
wear a crazy looking hat you are I appear on everything Many th you
sure to be admired. The day of 'alas| and black because that means Y colored satin: bows on the -elbow But in dancing the Spanish woman
sixteen button gloves at .3.50 a pair.I sleeves, and these may be changed to Is queen of her 'sex. To see the reai
commonplace prettiness .is decidedly
see the/end of. this craze approaching match, the different.hats. thing you must get hold of a grs ''
past. Everything must be sophisticated [ .',howen-i- because even the slums band or visit some humble dam?

nowadays. are. adopting the style, although Another touch of color which may place In Seville or In the south. Th':n
.i Perhaps the simplest chapeau'of allIs heaven knows. how they 'manage to be varied Is the pendant 'worn sus- Is no dancing In the world so p." '. .

the limp felt arrangement, which l rake ,up the price for the.gloves.The pended around the neck by -a gold passionate suggestive or gra' f j
other,: aay 1., "went ,to interview as chain. Thus with a pale blue hat It Spain Is the true home of the dr-1 '
3 If you ran trf.fr a crazy looHay ""t. I a plumber on Avenue when, lo and b Jvyf'J f 4'e 'may ba turquoise, with a pink one There are the jota of Aragon with if
II beheld one of the belles of the neigh- coral or pink enamel with a green one fine abandon yet stately time; tin ':ago -
borhood appeared wearing a rakish ; rea Jade or peridot and so forth and so on. resembling: the danse da vents rt
I sailor hat a bright plaid dress and a It Is really these small accessoriesof Moorish Spain-the dance of grstrend
i raglan with Its mannish sleeves sliced dress which :CounL sugrestion; the graceful cati-uc
off an inch above the elbow. You C And I hope that these memoranda of with Its chelronomlc play of heaa ar.j

"" should have, seen the effect! rFk new wrinkles will be of service to. you.SUCCESS arms; the jaleo de Jerez which gyrie
..... / dance In whirling: fantastic measure
i Everything of Importance In the the quaint dances of the Basque r"*-
dress line Is princess. I cannot repeat iia1i tJ tL.I faces, and scores of minor local "i! trey
l S this often enough..but there are modi- "; ,' l-h, ''I more or less alike peculiar to different
float ions. of the princess designed to / F F3L lo Ut1es. Bv'the great dan--e are

:droops around the face as If It 'had fit different figures, and the wise woman I I _- the bolero, the seculdllla, the t..i: nl
will make her choice. Panel effects and the fandango of the south Tf.esr
spent all night in the rain. The
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New dances are the soul and trf"f!
y give height to the short and
ones
crown of this work of art Is largely .a .
Spain In all of them *-
boleros and cross bands do the same I pros *
5 composed of odd collections of flowers
for those' ; the mystery of true dancing plays an
un & 45t OF THE TACTFUL GIRL
a or fruit Needless to state, such! a / the
II "sloppy" arrangement demands the fortunates who -- y $ There is no knowing what a tactful Important part; In all of them
most carefully arranged coiffure anda resemble bean girl can accomplish. 'She Is usually poetry of love and motion i* exhibited
,, ":.h and ex
; extraordinary subtlety
I head band of just the right tilt. poles. 1 successful in the home. In society and
't 't' Never has'onestyle business besides a" welcome comforter pression.
had the in times of trouble and bne who can
' The newest hats from Paris show i benefit of so enter heartily into another's happinessTo HEAD AND HEELS.

: the brim absolutely cut off on one side 1 1R I many differentinterpretations. tF :. s be tactful one must be utterly free Mentality la marked on the hert
.. and very narrow on the other. The I I from self consciousness and try to Only those with pronounced brain
crown is stiff and high and it .is A word in w think only of the ,requirements of ability have lines there sharply' sees

usually trimmed with a band of metal- your ear-most x r_ e, ,f :r ? others. Others have them as mere marking,
lic applique of some sort On the side I of these princesses A ready listener Is always welcomein If there Is a network of small lines u-
which has no brim there are yards and are in all grades of society, and the tact- on the heel It means great versall;'tf-
yards of feathers drooping almost to two pieces. Join- ful girl will patiently listen to the woes People who draw paint play and 'uh'!
the shoulders. ed together 4; and ills of other people without letting ble in the languages have many sect
The willow plume appears on many above the waist sien : : them see how uninteresting they are to lines' A smooth: surface of heel denotes .

P of the most expensive hats. It is par- line, the joining her or, in .return repeating her own a placid: 'nonworking brain
ticularly effective in gray and pale being hidden by f rV troubles.

blue.f i some band orjprnamentation. I What good can It do any one to divulge MAKE BELIEVE.

!% Kr "'Ita assail ,tr,,-. ss iSe a family secret. or falling? A' Let's dream, like the child in Its playirl
One of the smatest'hats I have seen j I If this were not -- \f";:;.--- t.: ? tactful girl will"find no Interest In this Let's make us a sky and a sea;
was worn at a recent wedding It was I so it would be 4.f} kind of conversation will Introduce Let's change the things round .us, by tar
j of black velvet. The brim was only an Impossible to obtain the small effect a more pleasing topic ,She can always IngThey're -
l Inch wider than the large crown and on the hips, combined with the wide keep a quiet tongue In her head when things that we wish them to wAnd
the whole was tilted at an angle of flare at the bottom. necessary and will hesitate to spread if there Is sadness or sorrowLet's
harm It awa-
till
fortyfivele- The trouble with the average cheap unkind gossip. dream 'We and tc- ."
e Let's learn from the children .
t grees. suggest- dressmaker Is that she will not cut her When in the comDany..of the Apposite : A saying from childhood-Let's!
lug a rakish material hi the right way and her I sex a girl will show her tactfulness
turban. I for'r princesses make the wearer look all 1 L A by the Interest which she takes In the Let's play that the world's full of b :r
got to add that of one width a? It shewere dressed I likes and dislikes'of her-companfon. Let's play there are roses in bloo-r.
the hat crown Pas In a pillowcase. The person who seems to delight In Lets play there Is pleasure in duty
;.. encircled bya Particularly In the case of tho woman -I repeating mean and unkind gossip is And light where we thought theo "'s

band of ermine with large, hips a very wide flare not likely to become ?a' favorite with Let's gloom play ;that this heart with Its s, .Mt

and that two around the feet is an absolute neces-j GERALDINE FARRAR IN ORIENTAL CHARACTER COSTUME. any ore but a welcome will always be la bidden be joyous and glad; ,
long white sity. 'I I found for those who know how to take Let's play that we'll End on the m- 'a

feathers droopedon If an American girl wishes to succeed as a: singer the best way appears to begin at the European end of the an Interest Inr others' concerns and to The joys that we never bare biLet's

the left side. The newest Imported models show line. Miss Geraldine Farrar, now /merica as a star in the Metropolitan opera, declared on her arrival that she keep their;:own troubles to themselves
with Its rutty*
-L 'An ecru shadeis the of a home audience although the emperor of of her thereby exercising tact play that regret
their skirts Made with a seam Jown felt nervous at ,( prospect' facing Germany himself Is one Is banished forever and aye: ;
very smartin the middle of the front; this'allows the I patrons and indorser In Eerlln. where she won success In opera She Is a Maine girl and has been in Europe Let's play there's delight but In f2 1< > _
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felts 'Just fullness of the skirt to come much I eight yeas WOMEN IN SPAIN. Let's play there are Cowers! by t: :
i-ow. It Is combined farther front and gives a circular ef- ,, Oriental usage with regard to women However the pathway seems dreir:
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with mink i t fect. i waist is one-half what it would ba I I An artistic 11!>!rw.tloa Is a short 1 l! a mlsjaSe if she chooses o w of these still prevails In Spain, where'there are Wherever the footsteps may t 1'.1".1Ld' i. oj
and feathers of J The separate waist Is still worn. but were it' lined "pony coat" -of .baby lamb trimmed I II tints for her winter: costim.* n\t' suffrastttes and do problems of play the there's heart a will fang give for heed t><
green or Alice Ga mostly with white' cloth skirts and Everything In the fur line Is fara'yThe wtti! royal blue velvet collar and cuffs : wx. Even in society in Madrid<< men do If only ,

r" btue. Ou of tilt kites 01 the very often-the effect of a dress is given latest are three-Quarter: loose Coats end a narrow blue velvet vest trimmed '- : Y i7 i j not pay afternoon calls on married, women Let's play we have tone with rep -
For evening aeigkborkood by the insertion of motifs of the cloth cf broadtail handsomely braided In allover with silver. button". The must to !1\ For eventns wear absolutely nothing tfc? chief form oC entertainment i Ltt's play that our toolings arLet's '
Wear everything Into the laCE designs. Seal garments are alas. i ) with this bat a M? blue velvet oow i i t[ can tak4: .the. place of a nhit Lava :.Uing, the evening rut,., or tertulia. play that the sunlight U -* -
f la In gold and silver tissue or else In Every woman shouU own a china enriched with braid. They are made passed through a rlvr! buckle. :; This ,should b* made in one piece < '
that shiny pink and blue material so silk corset cover made with short collarless, with a fancy b&nd uf god Red is not tie mode this )'.,ar.'Ii)- cloth vrepe de chine or chi fun cloth j sexes -rotorloiz&.The. eastern. habit I Let's play there are bird NthpJj
aptly named crystalline.The sleeves and puffs and a low neck. This or silver passementerie outlining! the lt U UkearU o't-oiir.ins In JIOPusrr eaa trimmed with bonds of lace and I of 6c-lu<:i3,; their wom t Is still' prevalent The' sons that rf narrow toques have not "made Is a positive' 'necessity to wear with neck portion add jaunty ihru5lw "nr, but oM rose, Al'c blue gray embroidery. A gown. cf tM, sA1t Is a;' amon? most Spaniards; hence Lets play:
&000." The average woman was notable net waists. It can always be washed sleeves with fancy. c-iiJT': trimmed lite-:" cr'i .i nen reddish britwn ar-' ex*ePd- fopl 1l 1i r!vestment With rare It --rn ; the 1111rnry of the womrau the lire- I Ixst's ng play! t-re; Is-!ov" .\Pro
{il .-. of dressing her hair well and the cost of cleanta; the unlined! wise. tisty smart and na *; aiUiaLI: mike lost three se. sons and tray; be warn some fer:.!.uty of Spanish fa.ifllans. -i 1

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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, DE CE MBER 14, 1906. PAGE THnEE.. .t 4Xt t tPENSACOLA

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TALLAHASSEE IS The Itch FiendThat TO IMPROVE THE[ AND a :' -:

is Salt Rheum or Eczema,-one oi
the outward manifestations of scrofula.

S SCENE C E OF 0 f It.and tomes scaling In itching patches,burning on the oozing face,,head drying

bands It cannot,legs or be body cured;. by outward applications QUALITY Of MOmlE NiLLMEET

,-the blood must be rid of the Impurity
'to which it is due.
POW-WOW ,
TIMBER
Hood'sSarsaparillaHas Where There Are : :

cured the most persistent and difficult .
I cases. Accept no substitute for Hood's;no Little People' to Sew For '

Among Prominent Repub- substitute acts like it. Exporters Enter AgreementThat Barton High School and the .

licans Northup, Mc- The Singer 'Sewing Machine means all the difference : -
Certain Classes of Classical
Were always up to the minute School to Play
on Collars., Collars and Cuffs between needle-and-thread: drudgery. and .
ore of our strongest tines Gourin and Still-. .
ls we it pick the out country the best and collar have a mak-full f: The man who, Timber Will, ;
stock always on hand. man There. : > can engage in. : : -
Be
Fr believes in a clean Bought.At -

I/i4 sizes ,i in all the Popular -' Barton High School football ,Between the peerless Singer. and: the.best of the i '

collar ALL THE team arrived last night from Mobile department-store machines there is no more real 4 .
Shapes.

Whatever priced Collars or 'Cuffs have Prominent,gathered republicans at Tallahassee of Florida to discuss -!I i TIME is .the man: who of a sawn recent timber meeting an agreement of the exporters was- to ternoon.play the Now Classical that the School big this game af resemblance than between fine linen and burlap. : ; '

yOU prefer for the to money wear here.you'll find' thebest the situation, in this state re II entered into by all of the exporters scheduled for tomorrow has been cancelled Moreover, the Singer Sewing Machine agency -

Royal Brand Collars 15c, 2 for 25c. garding appointments. At least it is I insists on having not to purchase certain classes of Urn all, Interest Is 'centered in the is' 'always as"'accessible the Post Office. In- -
Earl & Wilson Collars. 25c each. I tier if offered' them. This is to be game this afternoon. Tbfe, will probably every
car)Buy& Wilson Him Collars Cuffs for 2Sc Xmas.a pair. stated that this is ,the ,object of the :I "LION" BRAND. lone in order to improve ,the general I be the last appearance of two part of,the world,the i;
meeting and'among the prominent: quality of the timber handled thoroughly.,trained teams on the local .

men of that party from this city are through this port. Following is the gridircL. this season and promises to
flANDARDfLOTHINGfO.JIHIESENVBUILDINGV I Postmaster Northup, Collector Still 15 Cents Each '' At All agreement: be the'fastest and prettiest exhibition -SINGERSewing I
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man and Marshal McG urin, 2 for 25 Cents Goed-Shops. "For the purpose of improving the of football seen here this year. :
... gf'neral'quality of sawn timber han- This Is Barton's first appearance In
A number! of the appointments in I dled through this port, and make same Pen&acola and perhaps tie last appearance

: Pensacola expire during the, first of -equal to the timber shipped from other of the local boys and both Machine -

'- the coming year. as well, as in other: Christmas gulf ports we. the exporters of' sawn intend making it an auspicious event.

Just Received. portions of the! '.state., and the meeting timber hereby from agree Pensacola that we will Florida not bid oa do The garres Mobile this season team loosing has played one to two the is established not only in the,homes of the people, :' -

Imported Macaroni. Sweet Oil. Cheeses. in Tallahassee is supposed ,to be to University Military' School and defeating where
Pickles Sauer Kraut. Mackerel. Cod Fruits' or purchase any lots of sawn timber but also in convenient stores instruction, ad-
13 arrange a elate to recommend for ap which contain five : the New Orleans HIeh School
Feet. Spanish Onions. Pilot might exceeding
Tsh.Bread! Pig French Navy Bread. Everythingjch ; pointment to'the president. Thiswill per cent. of timber, classed X: also H io 0. They are in excellent condition vice,,new parts and.quick repairs are always ready.BY .

Witch and Hazel.new. $1.00 per gallon. '' cover all offices the terms of This is ,the place '. to buy that we will not pay, exceeding one- will and Judging from appearances
I they
half basis price for such timber. make a fine showing this
Marine Grocery Company. which expire during the,coming year, your Fruits, Oysters, Can- "We further agree that we will not afte1 n.4.. '

V. J. VIDAL. Manage-- and the Pensacola:: gentlemen 'are in dies! ,Fire Works, etc.. ,for the pay anything for so-called 'noted tim- The game for the Classlcals will THIS SIGN "- SINOU.-- '' ;
closo
attendance to look after: their inter ber as such stock should be condemned the most' successful season in
holidays. Prices reasonable. I ,-it being unfit to ,export. the history of Pensacola' s thriving YOU MAY STORES '
ests. So far as known of the :
SCARRITT MORENO.SAFES none "We further agree that we will not "OTep"'school. It will be a final demonstration KNOW AND WILL FIND $ EVERYWHERE

OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. local officeholders have any opposition p. P. (paisos buy any 'Loblollv pine. and that we of the progress made by the I!
Agent for Olebold Safe and Lock Co. up to the present time, but someis will insist upon the Inspectors notingon : Ciassicals! under the coaching of Prof. kiii' : ,

Dice and Salesroom Canton. Ohio.E. Gov. St. expected ,to develop before the Cor.: Tarragona and: Intendencla sts. specification If any pieces are cut Ormond. Although the visitors will ;
time arrives' for. the, positions'to be fiom lioblolly,1 and then treat such outweigh the home boys are confidentthat Sold only by ;: Y
filled. .- pieces as "noted timber. with their:longer experience and Singer Sewing Machine Co.
DAILY TOWEL SUPPLY.JiUNYAN'S j -
: "Wr further agree that all the sawn better knowledge of the game they
ROLLERS...1 tlmter inspectors and, brokers shall can defeat the'visitors. Special attention 32 South Palaf.ox Street. t,
A CLEAN TOWEL EVERY DAY NEW JUDGE IN ..SENTENGE.Will be notified of the action we have has been given to strengtheningtheir .
$1.00 PER MONTH. 1
Phone 848-2 rings. M. Q RUNYAN. taken with the request that they, acquaint weak points and with a large variety ,
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Pensacola. Florida. the manufacturers whose out. of the prettiest trick plays yet --.- -
"' seen here they promise to make '. I-f.
, LEON COUNTYB. put they handle, thereof. =
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things lively for the'Mobile boys. -
TURTON & BELL. DE PASSEDTODAY The game'will be:called on the ar BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANY

Fcrfak: FHOTOGRAfHERS Suppl.... finishm SINCE for 1870.Ama'ejri. JACK NOWIN rival of the 3 o'clock dummy. Tickets W. T. BEDWELL, PRES. AND* MANAGER.
] A. MEGINNISS, A YOUNG LAW. BARRY should be, boughtbefore boarding the Prepared to do all electrical repairing on short notice. Ring phone 570 and a 4 : -
ears They are on sale at DAIem-I rcpresentatlre will calL W. T. BidweU. President and Manager 205 S. Baylen .

COTTRELL, YER, APPOINTED COUNTY COUNTY) JAIL berte's Pharmacy The Kandy Kitchen, street.- _... _. -,- SC
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FINE and The Imperial Cigar. Stand. -
PHOTOGRAPHS JUDGE BY THE GOV. The Classical team will ............i....... 44++.4........t..t....4. S
Pensaeola. Fla. probably
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__ ERNOR. lineupas ,follows: CHRISTMASGIFTS IN EflELRY' AND CUT GLASS
FROM:'WHICH HE-ESCAPED SOME A rCJ'Omble. R. E.; P. Brawner, IL I| i| .

R. K. WHITE, i T.; Phillips R. O; Eagan. Center; Nothing Is more suitable for a Christmas gift; or more appreciated by : -
h't lIIihr.Manufacturing Jew,lfr. antf Sentence to Be Passed Upon MONTHS SINCE. WITH TWO Pace L. O; Williams L. T.; Smith. the recipient, than a piece of jewelry or cut glass My stock was selectedfor :
(flcmn.30 S. Paiafox Street. .Graduat'l I Advices were received from Tallahassee OTHERS.f '. L: E; Hannah, Q B.; Turtle R. H.: the special, purpose of affording; something suitable for this purpose.. -'. -- I
yesterday to the effect that Those Convicted in U. 1 Friedman. (Capt) L. H.; Avery F. BAs Here are just a few of the DIAMOND offerings GOODS. i -

Governor Broward bud appointed I ;, will be seen Avery and Turtle Diamond Rings ....... .$10 to $185 I Diamond Stick Pins ... ..$5 to $25 i -
I Benjamin Meginniss to be county S. Court. Jack Barry the .bluejacket who will be back In the line-up for P. C. Diamond Brooches .... ...$9 to $50 I I Diamond Lockets ..... .$10 to $30 .

Tersely Told j('Judge of Leon county to succeed the while serving a term...In the county I S. and with several other chanss Ladles' 0 size, 20-year filled Keystone WATCHES.cases ...................$12.50 to $20 : ,
I late Judge Richard .A. Whitfield.Mr. jail made his escape with Joe McGln- In former positions this will probably Solid Gold 14 karet ...................,.............................$22 to $35 ; -
J. J. Sullivan who has been absent Meginniss Is young man who nis and J. P. HoUIster was returnedto prove the strongest line-up the local's Solid 1 Gold Diamond set ............ .. $47 '
!him the city for several days on busi- has just entered upon the practice of To-day is the date set for passing'sentence the city last night by Sheriff Van have yet had. If the Classicls win Gentlemen' 12 and 16 size watches :::::::::::::::::::::::-.:::: 14tO. $40 : S

tis in Evergreen Ala., is expected his profession, having been admitted upon those convicted in the Pelt, having been captured in Bainbridge -this game they will have their rightto Solid gold Neck Chain .CHAINS..........AND......LOCKETS..........................$3.50 to $10 i -
\tefturn to the city to-day. I I to practice. law at the term of the cir United States court of conspiracy to Ga. through a reward offered be classed second only to the great Solid gold locket ..................................................$375 to $15 t; -
fmibers of the Pilots Asoclation cuit court in Leon county the latter commit peonage and yesterday and for his arrest by the sheriff. M M L. of Mobile. A large crowd is Diamond Lockets ..................................................$10 to $30 '
last night number of those CUT GLASS. .
....0 were out fishing yesterday on the part of November. He is a son of the under bond a to in who this are Barry, McGinnis and Hollister escaped -expected to cheer them on to their i Cut Glass Pitchers ............................................$430 to $1150 ,-' ,
late B. A. Meginniss of Tallahassee appear court from the local jail on August 22. coveted goal in their last game. Cut Glass Bowls ...............................................J3.25 to $900 .
fft boat landed three immense War for many years cashier of the Capital morning and have sentence passed by removing brick! from the wall, and : Cut Glass Vase ...............................................$2.23 to $700 r
u They were fishing on the south- upon them arrived in Pensacola from Cut Glass Napples ...........................................-.-..$1.25 to $3 1-t.i ;
l.s' banks when the fish were landed.,I I City Bank and is a prominent leader Lockhart.If until recently they seemed to have Cut Glass Sugar and Cream Seta ...............................$3.25 to $5.00 '.
feet 'in the social life of the capitaLThere made good their escape. Recently, SERVICES ATBAPTIST 218 South Palafox St. ;iii l.
at:!' of the fish measured 5 8
'I were several applicants for nothing occurs to cause, a delay however. McGinnis was captured and i These are simply a few of the many articles I am offering and all of -
-ches in length and was 42 Inches Judge Swayne will sentence this If not represented, back.
the appointment among them being pass Wednesday the sheriff left for Bainbridge my goods are fully guaranteed. as your money i.1 1
;"Ound the body and the total weight I I morning when court convenes at 10 CHURCHANOTHER
Dr. J. M. Cam Judge J. T. Bernard, where Barry had been arrested.
;J cinds.EItfre the. three was more than 500 :Mr. Howard Gamble and Robert W. W.o'clock.C. Harlan Those C.to:E.be Huggins sentenced S.are E. Barry who had only twenty days to : W. A. GAHLENBECK l

"Williams Jr.. but Mr. Meginniss serve when he made' his escape. Blast : 218 South Palates Street. ti ;1'i S

were no cases heard in the proved the lucky one and will dispense Grace Hilton and,Robert Oscar Gallagher Sandor. Dr. W. ,E. night that the trio left the jail LARGE CONGREGATION .....................................4............44.. :- '
r'.rruit court yesterday and immeri justice in the county judge'scourt about 2 o'clock In the morning and
teh after convening the court ad- for that county for the next The penalty for conspiracy to commit went north on Tarragona street to the GREETED DR. HAMILTON ,j 1 -
kl1let! until 10 o'clock this morning. two years. peonage is a fine of $10,080 or union depot, where he went Into a saloon : $ _. : '
torn two years in the penitentiary or bothat LAST NIGHT. ; ': t tj
the day however. Judge Carter and purchased two bottles of gin. f'
arll arguments In a number of cases the discretion of the court. Needing a match after he left thesaloon ,j t 't

'!'a chambers. Carlyle sa Disraeli. PILES CURED IN6TO14 DAYS. he went up to a policeman and -s-- -5:4'i- -- :' : '
I I William Black, the novelist, In his PAZO OINTMENT U cuaranteea to secured some matches afterwards JoinIng Another 'large congregation greeted 'Si )
You can Ret Blue Ribbon Lemon reminiscences of Carlyle. reports him cure any case of Itching. Blind Bleeding his friends above the depot. They Rev. Dr. Hamilton last night at the ;. ,3 "
:'jJ!! Vanilla if you demand them. Ab- as sayingThere's that man Disraeli. or money Protruding refunded.Piles SOc.In 6 to 14 days:' or 1 remained around until a train was First Baptist church. In fact the :

'oluttlv pure. go twice as far and the They tell me he is a good speaker. : made up going north and went out number attending'was larger than at T': : 1 1O
"Blue! Ribbon Flavor' is perfection. Perhaps I do not know what a good on the train. any service this week and much In- I I

Ask for the 25c size. I I speaker Is But I read a speech of his : terest was displayed in the services. a t ty
Dr. Hamilton excellent
preached an
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': that he delivered in Glasgow a year or TO TEACH HIM ermon, and he was closely followed' -4.---; t ., 0 :; \
Send in your orders now two ago, and it appeared to me the 1 AMUSEMENTS. J by the congregation throughout. His

fir ex1 -a copies of The Jour- greatest jargon of nonsense that ever : sermon showed thought and deep :Vt -r .: 1
got into any poor creature's bead." : study, and was an excellent: effort. 2t
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rals
Christmas Edition
big : J JS
Last The slneing as conducted by Rev. Dr. 'tirt 1-r- '
4 Night's Play. Y
and they \\ibe\\ set aside A. Freakof *tare. PATRIOTISMA The "Chorus Girl" presented last Wakefield was a feature of the meet- ,t
1 for A tree that Is a freak of nature Is a Ing and,adds much to the interest.
A on. night by the "Sweet Sixteen" Company -
The meetings which so far have
the Asiatic star tree. It sixtyto
grows was witnessed by a small audience ,
will
eighty feet tall, and for a height of In the proven very successful continue : \
barely fifty people being each afternoon at 3 o'clock and each S '. ,
,
DENIED THE about forty feet the trunk: Is wholly Russian Prisoner Driven house. The musical numbers were evening at 7:30.SUDDEN. !\
bare. From that point there spring a very good,and the roller skate dancing : :
number of tangled limbs which shootout Mad by Hellish Actionof of the Durons was enjoyed by the ,1,.:

APPLICATION clusters of long pointed leaves and audience but.the play, as a whole was DEATH: OE S ,
these. grouped together, emit at nighta the Police. not up to the standard. .: l: : !'

phosphorescent light : K:

Judge Chas Swayne, of the United Cautions. I By Associated- Prest. DanderineGREW REV. MR. SMILEY MRS. LOUISE PFEIFFER. .':( -
states New York Dec. 13.A London dispatch Full assortment of Christmas Toys at low prices. All kinds of dolls big and 1
court, sitting in chambers Jacks Townley Is an exceedingly: :
,
yesterday published to-day says the correspondent little ones. Large assortment to select l from-also Tea Sets Express Wagons, ; if : '
: heard the amended bill in theca cautious man. don't you think? Johns THIS HAIR: etc. Come In and look at our line. ",
at Odessa describing instances AGED METHODIST MINISTER PFEIFFER'S BAKERYHas f
"e of the St. Andrews Bay Land -cautious! Why he wouldn't pay a of police, repression writesof AND WE been the standard for years. Send In your Christmas orders for Fruit t 11 1 r ,
md Development Company vs E. T. compliment without getting a receipt :I one man who has Just finished a FOUND DEAD IN BED YESTERDAY Cake Pound Cake Ornamental 211 East Cake.Intendencla We give street.laWMMHHHHHMHMW you. the best that good material' 't..
aklll produce.
Daris and others Involving the pos- for it six months' sentence in jail for a political CAIPROVE MORNING. and can ..Jt..t..! t '

tesslon of a large tract of land. I 'offense. Throughout the im -j-'it" _
Vter The song that we hear with our ears prisonment night and 'day a phonograph **.. .c.........,........ ... 1: f ,
hearing the
amended
bill the
Is only the song that Is' sung In oar fixed in his cell unremittingly I
Parties in the city yesterday from
court denied the application for an hearts.-Oulda. .; ground out the national anthen of d IT Milton brought, the news of the sadden DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, -'li-li1 f

Injunction. Russia,"to teach him patriotism." = ''iI death there of Rev. Robert CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONESfj BRONZ5E = ::
It had the desired effect He is nowa Smiley an aged Methodist minister :_ .
helpless, Idiot. who is well known In this section. STERLING SILVERWARE, ,I..
AJWSy3.Remetnbei./ the FuU .Nfllle 3Bromo ,The deceased was found dead in ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS. ', '
m.tive ummoIresaColdbOneDay OB every Real Estate Transfers. bed yesterday morning by relatives CUT GLASSWARE.

Dcys' ? ,'7PV* ... 2Sct. Following' Is a lift of the real estate ; and had ,expired ,during the night' ;.'I.1'i'i':
,Cup m 2 transfers fl"'Qnt'd'Stf'TrtlY(' furnished by suddenly for none of those In the 't :
the Fepsacola 0> Abstract Co. house were aware of any illness during ,,,!: .

...... ........................................ Emma Bowman DEEDS.December James 13.. 1906 H.'.Jones-Be- Mr.the Smiley night. had reached the age Engraving and Fine Stationery. 1 t

gInning( at a stake 20 feet west of AI er- of 80 years and was one of the old- : I
: A MISTAKEN IDEA ABOUT i Sullivan the rorth Lumber line of the Company southeast Railroad M of:the on est ministers in the Alabama Confer- l., i

southwest V. of Sec 5, Tp 5 N. R 30 W. ence. His last charge was In the Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention
: thence measuring west 213 yard thence Powelton circuit and he was then ,i. ; I
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: north 220 yards .thence east 242 yards. list
ELECTRIC LIGHT placed upon_ the superannuated
i t thenre south 220 yard to point of bginnin *
?. except lots 3. 14 and 31-*300.00. MISS JEANETTE WALUCt. Since then he has been residing at
Anita E. Hurley to C. E Hobhs Lot 343 W. 14TH STRUT, NEW YORK CITY I
Co.
1 and the south % of lot 2. block 34. East Milton. E. O. Zadek Jewelry -
i i East of off either dandruff or a :
K'ne! Tract. Tarragona street When the scalp throw
Strangely enough there are people who feel that electric light J1160.00.L. It If an evidence of scalp disease ELECTRIC ,CO. TO MOBILE ALA. : ii : I
Is expensive. They seem to argue that because It is so much S. Brown to EV.. Elliott-Lot 20. gummy substance ,. ,
superior to any other Illuminant therefore It must' be mere block 271. New City Tract-$<*).00. ,and no time should be lost In correcting U. MAKE IMPROVEMENTSContinued "WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE. 4 :
costly to use. It is not Rachel Taylor to A. Milstead-AIl right, Ton certataly would not Hesitate to take treat- i..***..MMtft.*MC4r'ttMHMHHH ......... ... ........... : r.
title and interest In 640 acres of land on gent to look: at this matter through a
were you
t Pine Barren Creek. being a donation 1 ( First ,Page.) .
THE COST IS LOWER magnuMnggfcsj. When highly magnified U resemblej - -- --- :
from the Spanish government to John

: than for any other form of lighting when you consider available.the Ga'\"lor-SIOO.Oo.Elizabeth Wilkinson to Wm. L. \Vllliams creatures a absorb working the nutriment mass of Insects.or Itfe-up These of the of be enabled the city to without take the delay car and at also any: GULF CITY COFFEE CO.,I C. V. THOMPSON ;
the actual candle
light- power title .
4 efficiency of electric -All right and Interest In 640 to become dry and feverIsh
the scalp when return
for use-and the savlpa to decorations In a house In freedom acres of land In Esca Tibia County. FlorIda scalp causing point on Paiafox street,
the loss of hair and finally bald H. P. CHIPMAN, Manager. THE STATIONER
t from soot or smudge. ., donated by the Spanish governmentto ,molting ing.| ,
I John Gaylor-$180.00. DMderine works wonder' la all inch cf the company. together -

; IT MAY PAY YOU Hams-All Daniel Wilkinson right title et and al. to interest Wm. L.In Wfl-640 ness.cases. It ttortragaly eradicates an trace of The application with that'of A.. A. Ericsen and Roasters. Blenders and Shippers of No. 20 South Palafox St Petet '
makes the hair on New Style Holiday Papaterlee. -
and grow
acres of land In Escambia County. Flor scalp bacteria been referred to a joint t
t others has Pan and other Novelty Purses. Crfj
t to the cost of less desirable forma 0' ida donated by: the Spanish usually long,strung and beautiful. One ascent 5
investigate-to compare governmentto composed of the ordinanceand : Paper, Napkins and Shelf Paper, French
: illumination., A solicitor will call If you desire.. Telephone 106. John Gaylor-Jl.00. bottie U enough to> show yon that It will do all committee franchise commit Fine Coffees Stag Novelties. Tiny enclosed Booklets. -
A. O. Woodruff to J. H Jones AH of engrossing and -
I ud even more. NOW at aQ druggists, Christmas Cards, Post Cards. Booklets, ,
lots 1 and S and fractional parts of 3, 4. tbl. bottle.KHOWITOX tees, which will Investigate into the BY ALL Vanity style Hand Bags Gent's Parses; i '
: Escambia Electric Light & Power Co. 15 and 16, east of the public road. In the ihreesizes,23c,50c.a $ .110 per various matters brought out in the: OUR COFFEES ARE SOLD and Bill Folders. 5ff ii .
County southeast corner of the northwest ii of DASDEKI CO.,Chicago GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL Look over our stock. :
..... the southwest K of Sec 3. Tp 5 N. R 30 meeting of Wednesday. night.
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I 1 'AGE FOUR THE PENSACOLA HAL, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER '14.. 1906. _ _ _
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DAILY WEEKLY. SUNDAY 1 ATLANTA JOURNAL. Just think, a small $10 pay-

I .( __ ___ __ _-_ _: -::: fam- .
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY : : : c c: :;: : ment will procure your


..BY... One of the strongest appeals in the have'begun at the Philippines, or at ily a high-grade lifelastingPiano.

president's recent message to congressIs both at once; or they; might have ,
I THE JOURNAL COMPANY.FRANK his appeal that the standard of the taken a fancy for the rich cities on

army and navy maintained. And in Puget Sound; but _they would have Get it now- or.buy it now,
this connection he remarks that there met with little real resistance so far
L MAYES, President and General Manager and have it delivered justbefOre -
should "soon be an increase in the as any land fortifications went no

number of men for our coast defenses: matter where they started. Whatever Christmas. -' '" -
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. these men should be of the right type; ships we have in Pacific waters would

--- and properly trained; and there shouldbe have been compelled to bars made This'$10 payment will get

,. SUBUCRIPTION RATES an increase of pay for certain forts out of themselves. so to soeak;
skilled grades especially in the coast taking the aggressive against Japan a fine Caswell, Bach,
t, One Tear .. .. ..........Jo 00 One Monti .. .. ... .. .. 45 defenses." would have been out of the question. you

f Six Months .. .. ... .. .. 2 50 One Week. .. .. .. .. .. 10 The present condition of the coast: On the other hand. Japan has a navy Shulz, or a slightly used i I

Three Months. .. .. .. 125 Weekly; Edition per year..H fOr defenses of this country seems nottobe which Is the eflcient: fighting .force Kranich & Bach Lester :'

i generally known. As a matter of It is because it can take the aggres- r or A Very High Grade Visible

r The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed fact we haven half enough of themto sh'e.! It Is net tied to the task of 'of one of a number of good]f
start with and not half enough officers defending hornet ports. It can get I : :,. ; j
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Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. and men to man the ones we loose and start something. The :Japanese -[pianos. : i, Typewriter

have. The personnel of that branchof naval commanders kept "carry- I .. I II
the service Is all right; but in case ing the fight" to Russia all the time I $2.50 a week will pay for!;I

J- (Editorial Rooms 38 Paper* en Sale' on Trains of war with anything like a first-class in the recent wax. They could do,that Piano without i interest -
the
menu I j None Better and But Few
BMlntM Office B08 power our coast defenses would be because the coast of Japan-and ji I Equals
and at all News Stands
!f:, ridiculously inadequate.And there's a lot of coast to the area in prices. from $139 up. Get i
upon our coast' defenses it is that island empire- .adequately. i ,
MATTER AND!( PRICES
FOR DESCRIPTIVE APPLY TO
'not too much'to depends our fighting defended. it ..... S 1
r say
now. '
Offices-Journal ,Building-Corner lntendnola and DeLuna StsPEXSACOLA I' '
t. strength in time of war more than The finest navy on earth Is cramped I b

I upon any other one branch of the ser and crippled unless: it can be used,as BROWN Pensacola Fla.
a navy. We might: as well build brick GET IT NOW. ,
FLORIDA FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 14, 1906. vice.We
I might,have a navy as strong as battleshins along the coast as make t those of Great Britlan and Japan put impossible for our steel_ones to leave -- -L

J Thus far Smoot has survived the i together, but if the ships were compelled the_ vicinity bf ,:the important ports. -. --. --.---
Music House
A Solution of the The
,, I to act merely as floating fort! The rich cities of the'Atlantic coast in Clutter
Burrows roast :
,:. In defense of the coast what good, their present tnadeauately' protected

\ The Carrabelle Advertiser says that Immigration Problem.One would that navy; do in time of wart' condition must constitute almost a FOOT BALL

fi- t even the occasional of the most serious>> problemsof .The legitimate function of a navy Is temptation to ome first-class power, 1 I .
i oyster gets an
l. the Southern states is the problemof :aggression; if we were to get mixed The bill which proposes thein
t. roast' :up with some foreign: power now our 'crease in the coast artillery should
r immigration While vast numbers -i navy would have to put in its time pass without any serious oppositon.It Coal aridW ood S :Barton Academy of Mobilevs.
Poor Noah Webster
was never apt of
desirable
1 Immigrants arrivein I almost entirely at defensive work: The is approved by both the war; department ,
t 1 predated until Teddy tried to butcher this country annually, nearly all of ports of neither the Atlantic nor the and the president. The,
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I i. his dictionary. them find a home in the north and Pacific coast are none of them abl;to most singularly illogical thing on: We deliver I{e, Coal Charcoal and

west comparatively few coming to take care of themselves in time of earth would pe for .congress to make Wood anywhere In, the city. We can
L- > Mrs. Storer says she made Roose- the south notwithstanding the fact I war. And this is to say nothing of the large appropriations for naval in',supply you in any quanUtr and our Pensacola Classical School

e 'TelL Very unkind of Theodore then that the dependencies such as the Philippines crease and neglect to lay the foundation -i service is always prompt

If be the unmaking of Bellamy. Southern states to-day offer ,and Hawaii. which alone can make a navy Steam and Domestic Coal.
!I, poor unequalled advantages to both the laboring '! If the recent trouble in San Francisco useful We need the naval appropria-: Wood Cut Any Size. Friday, December J4, 1906.Palmetto .

tto An exchange is cruel enough to re man and the farmer. had actually developed into a tirns tco of course; but the greatest

1 t that if Boni marries again the To overcome these conditions the war with the Japanese 'those clever reed in a,military way is adequate E. G. :SEWALL Beach Admission 50 cents
; Southern ,little fighters would have had so much coast defenses That is the key to our ,
jt
t in the case will have to get Immigration and Industrial -
unprotected sea coast to strike at with whole military 'establishment. We Phones, 614-363. 26 N. 'Tarragona St.
1 1 along without the sympathy of the'If Association was formed and has since their fleets that their only embarrassment truxt that no narrow view point will ----- --

))press worked intelligently toward the end would have been a choice between 'Impel any congressman from this partof

sought A meeting of the associationwas so many soft'spots They mteht I' the world to do other than give the w

'If I I It would make old Noah Webster recently; held at Columbia, S. C.. :have begun at Alaska or they might I III. I measure his support. II Heath & Milligan's Railway

swell with pride if he could listen to at which the Immigration questionwas .
.
I the eulogies being paid him by the discussed in all its phases and '$: '$ i10 'io White LeadWe

f \' members of eeagress who object to plans formulated as the basis of an I* I
-: the new systera of spelling. [ ALL SORTS. :: : JI i Z SPICY COMMENT *
I. Intelligent campaign. The plans in II. ,& ,FROM ,STATE PRESS. 7 have the agency for this popular and

I Franklin county has divided this substance are ,, I"u fc: superior White Lead. It excels in durability -
: 4 The establishment by every south- I eo;. tI:' ;$ X" i' S'*Jj ,:d v! :t J.!>' S S *.':!.>., -2 "" :
early in the! :
gubernatorial fight The whit and
Adam and Eve to Date. ness covering capacity. Eight
state of
era
departments of Immigration -
i.' Apalachlcola paper comes out for W. When Adam in bliss Has a Chariot.
;,> I til. Ellis while' the Carrabelle paper and commerce. Asked Eve for a kiss, The Tallahassee Sun claims to have- cents ,per pound.Saunders .

C : lines up for Albert Jennings. Such a modification of existing Immigration She puckered up her mouth with a a chariot*while we had to go out this I

f laws as will render effec- coo; week and borrow'a wheelbarrow. Mill Company

The New Orleans Picayune says the tual the work of :these state depart With a look quite estactic. I Fernandina ,Star '- Phone 717 21 East Garden Sfrel.Lw .
t 1r "unwritten law in She said most emphatic. -
the South is ments. '"Foul" Called on aruso. -
"I don't gire A-dam if you do.
it lauded as the bulwark of female The diversion of Atlantic steamship I Caruso should not have monkeyedwith

. i honor but that it Is an extremely I service to southern ports to the end Who Discovered,America? the wife of, Stanhope the baseball -

curious institution in that it gives to I lof building up an Independent southern It was his first lesson in geography I player. It was 'foul and out" with
The teacher had asked him who discovered him on his first attempt at a base hit &11L
the man who shoots In defense of I
and
I commerce securing desirable .
-Tampa Tribune.:
America. He hesitated and a ,
t oman's honor his liberty while It immigrants for this section. class mate whispered in his ear "tell j I I High Grade American

sends to the penitentiary for life the The systematic refutation of slanders her a bold navigator" but the little Democracy and Cotton..

woman who shoots to protect her own tending to impede Immigration fellow misunderstood and shouted- "an ,I of After cotton producing Oklahoma: half went million Democratic.bales Portland Cement

;; honor. If the "unwritten law" defense to the south. old alligator. r She, evidently got ,the,wrong tip as to I WING HOP & CO

r is allowed' to one sex it should The best endeavors to correct Get Ready. I whom she owes pl"Osperity.-Green. HARD WALL PLASTER KEYSTONE LIME ACME
Importers and Dealers In
be allowed' to both it is abuses that reflect "in Cove Springs Times.; DOUBLE FLINTCOATED ASPHALT ROOFING FELT 1.2
; used con may any way The time is near at hand, you know. '
stantly In behalf of men and its pro Injuriously upon the people of this I When standing 'neath some mistletoe I : Chinese and Japanese Fancy AND 3-PLY, FIRE BRICK etc.
.I" Returns in to make deliveries
the Beast. Beg to state that we are bow shape
I A maiden with a lovely; phiz Goods.
tecting power should not be denied section.A I The St. Lucle County Tribune on our Parthenon Brand of
Will not remember where she is.
to women. thorough compaign of educationto -Paul Cook. I credits to the Democrat one of the Embroidered Canton Crepe Shawls

I increase interest in and attendanceon polished and Incisive editorial para- Toys Handkerchiefs; Fireworks,Ivory Silks, and Chinaware.Linen Pure White Portland Cement.

If affairs in Utah are as bad as technical agricultural and indus- Natural Coincidence. I, erapr-s of the Palatka News-that one Embroidery Goods Dress Goods by
Senator Barrows pictures them It is Smith-I wag reading In the paper in which It talks about the "serio-unc- the yard. guaranteed to pass the specifications; of the United States
trial schools in ,the interest of the ef Civil Engineers etc.
"' Enciireer American Society
Army
about this morning about a Texas man who tious comments of the whangdoodles. Fine Teas Etc.
: time for the federal govern Imported Architects. Contractors and Block Manufacturers wm
south.
struck by lightning while he We hereby return.the property to its I of high-class results that can
: ment to do a little I was was 31 S. Palafox Street Pensacota.F'orida. please remember the variety
investigating out i All of these methods have been discussed swearing. Remarkable, occurrence j owner-Live Oak Democrat. be secured from f-e use of Pure White Portland Cement. .
there and carloads and small lots made ,
see to the enforcement Immediate deJSveries for
proper
t in a more or less desultory I wasn't it? j I I Powers of R. R. Commission. from our storks at Montgomery, Pensacola. Birmingham and
'
f of the laws In Brown I don't know. If '
Oh. lightning
a recent speech -: ': also direct from mjlLTo
in the senate the Michigan senator manner from time to time, but previous were to strike a Texas man when.1I : F'om'present ..Indications a brisk: at coUe-t telegram will get our prices on email lots:
I to the meeting of the association -I he wasn't swearing it would be much flsht will be wase4at'the next session CliRISTMASSALE as well as carload ,lots, '
who is of the I -
same political faith as had cf the J legislature, to the natter of In-
not been put before the more remarkable. '
( Heed Smoot said "The moment It I --- Teasing; the rowers of the state ,railroad Carolina Portland Cement Co., .
people of the South in concrete form. ,
I is known that a candidate has the Consider the Bee. commission, giving it authorityto '
endorsement Ca.
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t .- of the church and the All that is now needed apparently I You never hear the bee complain compel: railroads to furnish equip- Atlanta,

f per is practical assistance toward puttingthe Nor hear it weeper wail; meat and roadbed up to a certain
mission of the hierarchy to be a can plans outlined into operation. But if it will it can unfoldA standard.-Tampa News.

didate that moment he has back of There; can be but one result if the very painful tail. Sensible Advice. rorm one of the requirements 01 i

him the whole power of the Mormon work Is carried on intelligently and A Flunk. John Colins of the, Tallahassee True Benefit Clothes Yours will always be clean if :-.
church and his election is mean send them to
assured. energetically and that result will be \ flunk, as used in school, was once Democrat is deserving of all the nice
There Christ Church Altar Fund.
has been no case in which things recently said about him
a success. defined by a collegian to, be the pro- and The New Method Laundry,

candidate for a high office in Utah I cess of chansrin a four years courseto his paper by the' press of the !! S(Dr. Scott Memorial) FHOSE; 1188 E. VJ. LAWRENCE. Prop Ke\ .*ethB Laundry. BUj. W.Uu.i & ,
. has obtained the consent of the an indefinite course but he was But John my boy. it is now tim Itate'l f AGENTS WANTED.

I church to run and has That "My Dear Maria" letter of the careful to add that the "flunkie" always take that chip off your At the residence of Mr. P. K. 5S .
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been defeated. I -- -- -- -- -- ---- -- --- ---
president to Bellamy Storer's wife "Nxrthcked' through in the Don't do do as we do. but do as we ,say j! .. .C ...t.................. ..............f.

J :.: The Gainesville Sun defines the shows Roosevelt, to have been very shortest time.. a littte! Try just less a'little vinegar more.-Jacksonville'la ses and i Yonge, 316 Guillcmard St. .. .C

': printers devil as follows indiscreet to say the least. Maria is Floridian.
: Too Much ,Candy. : SURPLUS SUPPLY :
The term printer's devil as applied no exception to the rule about telegraph "There was a ;young girl named S j i Monday Afternoon, Dec. 17.A Peaches I
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to the boy who does the choring telephone and tell-a-woman. Mirandy POOP Pedigree. : ELBER AND, CARMEN .
around a t Who ate too much corn and It Is not surprising that some of
', printing office has a pecul- pop beautiful selection of Christmas:
far romantic history. In candy our young men seem to have such i in t e-feet stock 5 !
early da>sprinting hard work to presents two to 1r at cents each. Klondyke
decent. Just
.. was styled the "black First Crack at The next day she swore be remember -
art.
and printers were supposed ,to be in She'd not eat anymore," that the first man to dwell upon : and Lady Thdmson Strawberry Plants at $2.50 per

league with Satan. But it was in the Pardon Board.The Except with a stomach pump handy." the earth was no saint If we can : thousand. i
; time of Aldus Minutius in I \ ,- rely upon history he was,a liar and a
: the matter took a serious Venice turn. This that Journal predicted a few days Pronunciation.A sneak. The first woman kept bad con.* 'IGRAND BALL :' All other: stock in proportion. Write for price list .

was the famous printer who first pub- ago that the ,action of the pardoning populr Latin word with the panv. and v'.omanlIlEprlro into things : at once. Address :
:- lished the Greek and Roman classics. board in Tallahassee last week would male student is "jnbetv issom," In that did hot concern h
He took into his employ a negro boy bring forth the usual class and latin it is pronounced. "you-bet-we- child born was a murderer and killen BY i
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his C. R. LONG Ala.
who was homeless on the streets of kiss-cm" brother. Our first ancestors were Nurseryman, Andalusia,
amount ,of criticisms. Here is one : a toneh lot and It is hard to ect It out
boy Venice.was The an imp people from Satan supposed and that the from a South Florida paper: A Lock of Ha'r.' of the blood.-Gainesville! Sun. NAOMI REBEKAH LODGE NO. 10 ...... ..t. ." " ''''''''.''''''' ...

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he assisted In "On Thursday last the Pardoning "Only a lock of golden hair -
printing.. Mobs collected -
I Hot Time In
about the office and Board of the state met at ''Jackson I The lover wrote "nerchnnce to-night. Taylor.
were It formeth on her pillow fair i I' Two of our popular young attorneys I..o.o.F. -
about to wreck it, when the boy was' ville. As usual it displayed the wantof ,
had in the
a misunderstanding court
A halo bright""Only -
brought forward and judgment that has characterizedits I
exhibited and It
house last Honda and went together" GOOD SIDEWALKGives
was shown that the I'Ov'Ias' flesh sittings for'many a' long day, upsetting -
a lock of golden hair" ', In a fister encounter Several rounds AT ,RAFFORD HALL
and long and tedious
blood but he was still called "theprinters inquiries '
were "panched rut" in silence when
The maid"n smilin sweetly said.
devil and every boy in his and court trials which resulted in the I I
And she laid it over. ,the back of the they were! acridantallv discovered and
conviction of Belmont'and
position since dangerous Streets
Cor. Baylen i
ever has been so chair hostilities declared off:Re"ults,bloody
called some of them murderers.-crimlnal5-1 I- the most ordinary of substantial
And went to bed. nose for one a black eve for the other; property an appearance
them "conditional" raiue. A poor one can ruin the effect of the hand-
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The Live Oak Democrat is an ardent -Always equivelant to absolute freedom i I Made One. and draw as to"who got the best of It WEDNESDAY NIGHT, somesf house and grounds. You don't want any; ragged
It will not be long,, at this edges to jour property.
admirer of the president: and I I "Arc a man and his wif both onA*:: Perry Herald.
in Florida
before trial
rate court
A a Among good sfdewalks a well laid concrete one is easily;
believes this an ill time to speak sked the wife of n eentleman who, '
ofRoosen.1t ,
will be looked upon as a: farce and A Clean Sweep Is a hard Sweep. DECEMBER 19th 1906 best. 'Lasts longer costs less for repairs and adds an air of
; in a state of stupefaction was hoM- ,
with flippant disrespect. the thing known as punishment will The feelm is grovin pretty epner- J JI solid dignity and worth.
Says the Democrat: cease to have any terror for the felon.In inc his aching head with both. of his al) over the state that there mn-st bean We lay such sidewalks and back every one with our guarantee -
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hands. "Ye". so" thereply.
I President Roosevelt has -been a the hands of these exceedingly sunpo was almost ('Omnl te clianee In tV Music by Barrios' Orchestra May we estimate on yours
"Well theaJL said sh<\ "I came ,
I : sympathetic gentlemen it is gradually state offices at the next eJocHon. All
growing man ever since he got into home drunk lift ni""t., and ought to
the White House and especially has becoming a myth. of them are so tied t-> the n re e* t _
be ashamed of myself,
be broadened on Southern questions, The ,editor was evidenty ,in sucha T _. i,; state administration that they' sMre In TICKETS, 25cts.Prize Pensacola Cement Stone Company,

: and shown a real sympathy with us hurry to get in the first shot at A Doubtful Question the condoinTiatlon! and critlci 'f- In our efforts com'ne fn> t"*r"on*", Jt '* s
to solve the problems m n
' the boards action that overlooked She blew m a kiss through her
which confront us. lie grows less hazel hair. ,< administration that Is brfnarln!' littteI to both lady and Gentleman S. J. Harvey, Manager. Telephone 1485.
partisan the fact that the capital is located at I credit to the state her people.-Det
every day and In nis attitude And bade me a fond farewell, I I or
: in the discharge of the negro Tallahassee and has been there continuously treats rAnd Record. S ,Dancer. -
Just how many others she likewise
troops' he takes the exact Southern for eighty.two years., II J -

view which is manifestly the right Of course I can not tell" I,
one' ..and the Southern press should
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give him its cordial and unanimous Wallace Stovall of the Tampa Miss the Kiss.
endorsement Tribune has the sympathy of his '
on that issued. This Is
To miss a kiss i? more amiss ,
no time to be speaking of the President of the in death of
brethren press the Than it would be In H!? a rni"!s;

:: with flippant disrespect and put his sister a few days ago in Provf<1f9d. that the kiss s you ml''.
ting him in the attitude of an inveterate Kentucky. His tribute her The dIes 'erlf would n"v r miss
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enemy of the South for he loses '
Bet If you try to Ms* a Miss
BO opportunity to show u? Just the Tuesday's Tribune was a beau- With whom the! kiss would be 8mbs.You'd ,

S contrary. tiful eulogy: on, her life, and character better always miss th- **- Because of those ugly, grizzly, grayhlr. Use "LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER. Price, $1.00, retail.


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I A ..PUTTERINGREPORT. _
Christmas Jr.i


PEOPLE AND EVENTSBY i Delicacies NowFrom MADEBY i Chris mascrO\Vd Coaxers : ,


SECRETARY OF THE WORKINGMEN'S ,I
I now until December
I BUILDING AND SAVINGS .iTO
25th Christmas good things to
AUREUE MAREAN BERNARD. -day our usual run of 'Friday Crowds Coaxers... This time there are tthree
i, eat and drink will be uppermost ASSOCIATION. of them, and each one of exceptional merit and marvelous value. 'i
L in the thoughts of most people. They art such cfferlnea that will make pleasing as well as useful gifts. I
I No. Mt Before P. M.
Telephonel 1r33 After 3 1 P. M. .. I We have all the materials for Secretary Thos. -C. Watson, of theWorkingmen's $1.75.. i II 1
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the Christmas cake and Christmas Building and Savings
i Men's Slippers 'Tan fleas Opera Tan 'Imitation f
Alligator Skin Grey
I dinner-Henry Clay Flour, Association, has compiled his forty- Fancy; Leather Opera and others They make excellent Xmas oIKs. ,Asa -
I Raisins, Nuts of all' kinds, eighth !semi-annual statement, show- Friday Crowd Coaxer they go on sale at ',Ao. i
Ing the condition of the Workingmen's
Citron, etc.Dodson ,
Building and Savings Association at 125. : 1
& Brawn's preserves the close of business Nov. 30. The -
Rev. Mr. Cummings. The Journal's Daily Fashion Feature All kinds fresh association In most nourishing Ladies' Felt Jullets, Fur Tops, Purple, Brown, Green and Black. Cuban I
and pickles.
Arrive is a and Common Sense Heels. Light Turn Soles. An actual Christmas gift. Asa a ar I
Will Saturday. vegetables. condition as is shown by the following Friday Crowd Coaxer, 95c. ,
Rev J. B. Cummings, the new pas- remarks of the secretary: r -I jI i

or of the Palafox Street Methodist 1r "As required by the constitution, I $3.50. .: } '1
will arrive and deter ; '
hurch, Saturday herewith hand you the semi-annual '
his first sermon Sunday morn- statement of this association, and in Ladles' Patent Colt Shoes, Turn and Welt Soles. Cuban and Military .", 1 : ::: !i
Heels! Bright and Dull Tops. Bluchef and Plain Lace. A sensible Xmas
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eleven o'clock. Mr. Cum ; <
ug at Sol Cahn & Co. doing so, am glad to report the con- gift. As a Friday Crowd Coaxer,_ $2.90. .' : f!!
,:tings, however, only makes his new tinued stability of these institutions
i'arge! a visit on this occasion; and which In the past quarter of a cen- We have all sizes -In the' above Crowd Coaxers, but then early ones i g
The Pure Food Stores first
.11)) return to Do than, Ala., where he tury have contributed largely to the get pickings. ;
...t Career Palate" 4 InteniencU
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Mil remain until the first of the
year. and comfort of of
I I J prosperity many .
During his brief visit here Mr. Cum. I Ph ne.IJ18\ our citizens. 'J

!lIngs will be the guest of Mr.' and ""The receipts from dues, Interest, I

.Irs. A. }L McMillan at their home, etc, amounted to $36,670.00, of which : ;
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.:3 East Gregory street. The first 238000.00 loaned real MEYER SHOE CO R''
was upon estate :: : : '
f January, with his family he will security, and 12,39S85 paid out
to Pensacola where he will -
eturn "---mR..U.aI.' '
In withdrawal and matured shares.
his church FEET FURNISHERS FOR FOLKS / J!
tako up work. I ,
"The profits derived from In- '
gross :
Mr. Cummings has many friends in

past Dothan four, where years;he who has are been'reluctant for the to I CAFENONPAREIL I II and terest the and undivided fines footed surplus up $9,566.99$3,046.25,, 1O2 South Palafox -F : .". !i

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assets being $103,650.29. ; 1
with him. He will, however be
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much; appreciated In his new charge. I II "The recent cyclonic disturbance .. .J ; ," !I
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I I upon our securities or assets, and I 'J.; .. : !
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Christmas am glad to be able to recommend a ........ ; !
Evidence. 1-2 3. Palafex( Street upstairs. dividend of 3% per cent equal to 6% i

Already the Christmas decorations Open 7 a. m. to 9 p. m, per cent. per annum. mT.uu.u..uu..uu..uu..l "I 1 I
are going up in the stores, and the I "Series 49, which dates from 1st I ;
red and green of Christmas time OUR SPECIALTIES: I InsL, has already 473 shares subscirbed I

gives an air of good cheer whereverit 5c and will be held 'open a short time The Watch for the great American people. to ., !!

is seen. But if the weather does 2:30 Business, BO cents.Men's Dinner, 12 to longer." I have them from $2.00 also full line : : j
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not take a notion to change a little, Theatre Parties, regular boarders ranging up; :

one could almost mistake the time I J 1 2 and Meat Tickets. I Send in your orders now Waltham and ElgInVatches, as well as Jewelry .' ,z I
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for sunshine the ,fourth flowers of in July.the Sparkling yards In: PHONE 1530. for extra copies of The Jour- and fancy goods at prices that can't be ,beat. .ft; 'I ,j r

bloom-surely the South Is God's 1 i The neatest cleanest and beat nal's big Christmas Edition "t ;; !
chosen land. \ tier place In town in which to get TOUT Iii J. F. DAVIS ,. j
Only about eleven days until meals. and they will be set aside 'jt i
Come once; we will trust yon to p 1 1B..t
Christmas and the weather so warm come again. for you. Building, 23 S. Palates, Stress > i
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and blamy that even a small fire in iI .. ..
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the grate is unnecessary.This J f '
week has been a record-break- :' .
er in the sale of toys. ,The merchants r DeFUNIAK. I J. .L I. I
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claim that this year surpasses any t


previous election one in of this officers respect.An was held by at I if}4 (I GARNIER'S.Special ] PIANOS GOOD i PIANOS 1 l

the Foreign :Missionary Society Special to The Journal: .1.1I
their last meeting. The Home MIs-
to The JournaL DeFuniak, Dec. 13.-Mr. and Mrs. .
sIonary Society did not elect officersat HAT MODEL IN BLACK AND WHITE.A Garnlers, Dec ,I 13.-Mr. Stanford, D. E. Miller; with the Misses Frances 1:4i .
their meeting yesterday afternoonbut 'who has been living with his daughter and Florence; are here from Indiana, -
will hold an election some timeIn dressy little hat, which would combine well ,with a great many COB- !Mrs. Mooney, has completed his house and expect to build soon. A good pianos cheaper in the end, in the be- : '
tumes is I
in the sketch. The
February. depicted shape 'wasrather' small and had
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!on his homestead and moved in last The Rev. Mr. Northcutt is at Eu- ,
bowl crown, the left side of the brim being turned. shapely and ,held: by a Saturday. faula, attending the South Alabama ginning and,all the time. 1
MENTION.Mr. large silver buckle.' The hat of satin felt, .; I
PERSONAL was in white the under brim }fro' and Mrs. P. L. Hand visited at Conference..,
being of black and the trimming consisted of loops and ends of broad black Millville last week.A Mr. and Mrs. Ray and Mr. Ray's I A Watch for 79c is nevertheless a watch. I 1
WO Fisher who is attending velvet ribbon and a cluster of white plumes which filled in .
; the back, of the' number of gentlemen members of aunt from Pittsburg, Pa., are visitors % .
Columbia University, is at hat. '
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colleg home for the Christmas holidays.Mr. the Pensacola Gun Club are busy here for the winter. A suit of clothes for the largest man.at $4.98 is \ \ I I
hunting ducks in the Bayou. They Miss Eliza and Miss Jessie Sher- f

and Mrs. D. H. Rouse arrived 'ding tour. Mrs. D'Alemberte and Mobile on Saturday afternoon. Mr. came;last Sunday. man, from Wisconsin. arrived here still a suit... *f' J
and are the guests ofMr. Mrs. Turner will The Robinson Mill Co., has built Saturday b q
last: evening accompany them, Walker Is a brother of Mr. W. C. I
Rouse's daughter, Mrs. Herbert home, and spend the ,Chnstmas holi- Walker of this city. a' new wharf on the north side of Mr. George Banfil, of Bonifay, is Yet these, articles are dear because worthless. >t.
D'Alemberte and Mrs. George Turner.Mr. days, later being Joined_by Mr. Turner Nigger I Bayou. They think it will be visiting his mother, Mrs. D. Banfil. i

and'Mrs. Rouse are on their wed- and Mr. D'Alemberte. I No wonder Blue Ribbon Vanilla Is safer in time of storm than the old There was a social gathering at the The same thing is true of cheap pianos-pianos ,,,
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a favorite-It's absolutely pure goes' location as it Is better protected from Methodist parsonage Tuesday to wel- '

Miss Florentine Hoffman has returned twice as far and the "Blue Ribbon'. the wind. come back the Rev. Dr. Baker of which are. made like lightning and sound like thunder '
WHAT CAUSES DANDRUFF. from Mobile where she en- Flavor" is perfection. Ask for the 25c Mr. Mooney'returned from his trip the M. E. church.In t
joyed a visit of several weeks with size. to Pensacola Monday last with a load the election for councilman held -after a little use. : R. '
Greatest European Authority on Skin her friend, Miss Margaret Arras.' of freight and had to send back for last Tuesday, Harley Wlckersham ,

Diseases! Says It's a Germ. I I Choral Club Meeting Postponed.; another load almost immediately on was elected by 86 votes against 47 A Kranich & Bach,. Lester, Packard Cassell,
'Theu1111dea that dandruff lascales The friends of Miss Margaret Ma- The meeting of the Woman's Choral -account of the demand for goods. for Jim PreseotL \
of skin thrown off, through a fever clay who has been very ill, will be Club has been postponed ,until the Miss Carlin received a load of lumber The social at Mrs. Bacon's on Live Clutter Piano, .last a life time and are always good. .'
ish condition of the scalp is exploded.Prof. pleased to learn that she Is improv first Saturday In January. ,and brick last week with which Oak Avenue: given on Tuesday for ii' I

Unna, Hamburg, Germany, Euro- ing. I she intends to enlarge her house.w. the benefit of the Episcopal church See them_ at the Clutter Music House-oldest
peon authority on skin diseases says Send in your orders. now I N. Hartgrove has been busy enlarging was a very pleasant one. it was well J'
dandruff is a germ disease. The germ Mr.:: C:C/Ybnse and daughter, MiS& for his house, by adding a kitchen attended and netted the church a and largest in ,the state. )' .
burrows under the scalp throwing up Julia, have arrived from Montclair I extra copies of The Jour during the past week. nice little sum. ''i ,I;
little scales of cuticle, and sappingthe and win spend some time with Mr. nal's big Christmas Edition' Harry Scranton has been on the The Scott house' and property on '' '
vitality of the air at the root. and Mrs. P.>>. K. Yonge at their home sick.list for the past,few days. Circle >and Crescent streets has been I .f'!
The only hair preparation that kills 316 Quillemarde, I street and they will be set aside sold to the Southern Methodists who ;. I r '

dandruff germs is Newbro's Herplcide the 'Mr. and Dlrs'jriT'Browder"have ,for you. SHOE. BARGAINS.The will use the house as a parsonage.The ........e.......,.NH/1001.OOiO...Oi...IOON4+..4 N4111. j .f\
"Destroy the cause, you remove Mason place on Eighth street '
effect' Not only cures dandruff, but mo ved to Pensacola'where they will : = = :: = = = = = :: "" Meyer Shoe Co. for the past has been sold to Mr. D. N. Trotman.Mr. i :Y j .
stop falling hair, and permits a luxuriant reside permanently. Mr.- Browder Is m few weeks has been, offering, special H. Register said 440 acres i :; :

growth. Delightful hair dressing -in Nashville the employee Railroad of the They Louisville are at present and- FREEPORT; I'I'S Friday departure shoe'bargains.from the,This regular'order is rathera of timber land. to Charles J. Turner One Third of t f.i t.


For sale by W. ,A. D'Alemberte,, living on North Hayne street. \ = = = = = = of suitable things.for because Xmas gifts shoes are that usually are recently.D. F. Gerkin has sold half his In- i Your /-ire in Sed. i :
121 South to M.
and
druggist apothecary send lOc in stampsfor Mrs. Fam J.fcCants. leaves to-day sold at a higher price at this season. terest in his turpentine place C'I .. f
Palafox street or <
moved to Pensacola where they will This ,firm is offering some fine bar- Lewis. .
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sample Mich. to The Herpiclde Co., Detroit spend a few weeks with relatives. Mr. Freeport Dec 13.-Mr. Ennis, traveling gains. Watch their ads. Mr. Kennett Y. arrived Wednesday here and from will : Since 'about a third of your life is spent in : ,. .: ., '
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McCants will join her before Christ- for the New York Home Sewing Brooklyn have the bed comfortable 1
: stay a, week when be will spend bed, why not ; you

mas.At -, Machine. Briody, was, manufacturer in town Friday.Mr. of. the [ BEULAH.Special Christmas Alabama.with his wife's relativesin i get all l that's good and comfortable in the ;. :' .

the Process euchre party famous "Little Minister" cigar, wasa bed line here. : ,J'' j
Wednesday night the prizes were
AlLA N'SJANICE passenger on the steamer Eugeneto o O t-i
won by Mrs: Waperenhelm and Mrs. our city this week. Iron Beds $2.50 $4 $5 and up to $25. '.
N. Goldring. The first"prize was two to The Journal. PURE BLOOD a : t
cut glass violet holders, and the sec- Mr. Alfred Moog and A. ,Greenhut.of Beulah, Dec. .-Mr. and Mrs. C. But It's Liable to : Woven Wire and Victor Spiral $4.50. ) R,
Pensacola :
ond a cut glass cologpe bottle. made a business trip B. Busby are the proud parents of a May Be Aristocratic; Springs, .
to ,Hands and Feet. F
Freeport this week. 12_pound baby boy born Friday.morning -. Cause Cold : Felt Mattresses $6.50 to $15. : I
W. M. May, merchant of Miller's that blueblooded 1 /
idea t.1
Miss Lurleyne Fulghum will return !:. December 7th. i Wherever the .
home from college) .In Macon, Ga., on Ferry, was laying in his fall stockof Race suicide is an unknown quantity -i ancestry is the.best may have originated Feather Pillows,,$2, $3, $3.50 and $5. : := '
Saturday. MIss. Lurleyne's friends goods, at _McCaskill's store this in this thrifty Perdido country. 1. the fact is. physiologically : ,
will be pleased to learn that she has week. Mr. Moss Hall, of DeFuniak, Rev. Postelle will hold services at speaking, blue blood Is bad blood. : BUY USEFUL CHRISTMAS GIFTS. i > I' ,
THAT EXQUISITE PERFUME THAT made great' progress with her schoolwork was In town Monday. Mr. Fergusoncame the Baptist church in Beulah next I This is to say. the blood in the veins ;; '
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BRINGS TO YOU THE FLOWERSOF and will receive' her diploma in with him They went down on Saturday; evening at 7 o'clock and also which is dark and appears blue ''f s y
music at the end of this term. She the steamer Fritz. Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. All through the white skin Is that portionof

SUNNY FRANCE. will be at home during ,the holidays: come out and let him be encouraged the blood stream laden with the I MARSTON & QUINA i \ l
br" a'full church. I waste of refuse material of the 8YS-' !
We invite to to Mr. Charlie Vetter, ,who has beenin A.J. Busby was In the city on business -; tem.. after the red blood (arterial) has! Ji *
you come Poughkeepsie, N. Y., at college, Tuesday. i carried real food to the tissues. "Red1 I Iblood" 149 Pensacola Fla .
"The 108/110 S. Palafox St. Phone ;
Best is What We Sell" si10o
our store and permit Miss has received his certificate of graduation : Mr. J. A. Fisher of Pensacola who! 11 today the mark of Nature'saristocrat. i
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and will return to his home in
Watson to show "AL-I' Pensacola in time to spend the holidays I sickness Is recovering, accompanied from a recent by his spell wife of,i When from. imperfect nutrition. the .........................................1NN444 'af! / ;

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with: his parents Mr and Mrs. spent Sunday at the home of his parents blood los*>s Its rich red color and becomes ;r t
LAN'S Chas. B.' Vetter. Mr. Vetter Is a dark "blue" the result is cold > <
JANICE"-the per- KOSHERSAUSAGE ,JUr. and Mrs. James Fisher i or I 7' :
very bright and industrious young Mr.: and Mrs. James Fisher accompanied hands and feet, and more or less palpitation '

fume whose enchanting fragrance -I man brlIliant"tuture.and his friends predict for hima by their danrhfT Miss: of the heart. as drinkingIn well' Fine Military .J1
Catherine were the guests of relatives -;I as general weakness. Coffee
,has captivated manyof arrivedat and friends in the city one day. many persons! causes blue blood i!
little has
A handsome son last 'wpek. and does nol Insure any coat-of-arras j Hair Brushes f '; f
I home of Mr.' and Mrs. B. F. ,
the .
the
our lady patrons. Mr.: Noah Butler end wife were the or ancient pedir e--except
street 1
Bache comer of" Fourteenth of ancient habit of coffee drinking itself' dif
cnests of A. J. Malone and family : Twenty-two : j
Allan's Janice Cold Cream, 'and Lakeview Avenue. The little from David Berg & Co., Feimrola. a few davs this week.M I A "blue blooded" woman writes: .

fellow, was cordially Christmas received with and his the best that is made by '. Jnnn Irvin, wife and mother I 1 drank coffee for ten years, my ferent styles,suitable l; I
will spend this of A. J. and head was .dln, I had constant heart'
Busby
An exquisite cream, that proud father and mother and it is anybody. They are always -, l werr family, the Sun enests ay.! !burn. couldnot sleep nights: my hands for man or ?

aids nature by restoring to hoped many. more. the same-fresh. 'Mrs. James Snowd and Miss Cora: and feet were cold summer and and win-thin), boy. They are In -
Spare were pleasantly entertained at t*>r. JIlT blood was poor "
Mr. and Mrtl Beveridge Monroeare and wholesome. We Barrineaa i Bine Blood). ebony embonold '
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health the pores of the skin. little the home of rtt. Mary -
the parents of a handsome praise of'
guarantee them to give ; Geeing so much said In !
So daughter, who ,arrived In time to certlj- Star Turoen- Postum In the papers, mv husband andI RcsewoodandCel-
potent is its influence for satisfaction. Mi. S. W. Lour at the : "
Claus.Mrs. .,
hang up her stocking for Santa perfect Just. It. That was more
tine camp is J reported sonic better,I decided to try luloid backs some f.K ;

Rood to the skin, that it is Vfl: L.)Johnson>has gone on a received another ship- end srme of his relatives:' who have than a.year ago and we have used It i j :
With him have returned to their ever sInce. trimmed with
used by the discriminatingwoman week's visit to her ,mother' in Santa ment ;;also some more: of. lortsin been Alabama.: "NoTrmy head Is not dizzy my',

Rosa county. : that Mr. Watsonthe young: man 'howrs I hands and feet are always warm, rov SterlingSilver.Wehave
who wants only the arcidertallr shot last week at the nerves are steady and I can sleep' all\ ,
baa
home them with
A little son arrived at the ,11'
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canine at
In precarious 1lt.--A.(4)w-'W"eh aeo. : afriend's '
BEEF till a very condition .
best. 25c the of Mr. and Mrs: Wm. Bronson to the FAT ownp U 1 -'
jar. "What In the
but his many friends are ho*)e-t house they said. I bather cases Just :
his parents'who .
delight of happy
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dolns You ,!
will the critical world have you been ;
hope his stay-will boa prolonged one. 5-lb buckets . '15c fnl thai he pass '
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Let our Miss Watson give period and soon be restored to look-ten-.year&joimser. never saw the thing for trav ,

Miss Minnie 'Qorstle, of Louisville health. you look so well. ; ff ,1t.n .I s
you a free sample.Hooton's Ky.. arrived in the city yesterday af- 3-lb buckets . .45cRosenau&Gerelds The new saw mill purchased by Bar- "When I told] them It was on account ell :; t"J-
rlnptlc and Trammel has arrived. and of Po'rtum tBfct I bad 'nit drink-
ternoon and will be the accomplished -
guest during the fcoUdiys of Mrs. the 'have a larro force of men 'now tug coffee:they could hardly believe .
Morris Bear. pmnlrv *t:fiTputlne It an. Tb*>v barn it. But MIne than after tb"t they W. A. D'Alemberte l'' '
Jt I pad a fore nf men and teams erat told me they hd been n"!ng Postrnn. ;
Pharmacy Friends and latl s in this city >Tovf3 In eettInrout"To '.-for a lone ton: nad ut! -cniree and were so much

of Mr. Gees BT Walker formerly' of tlite. so tlP.y can began -itHn? as won 1 > 4ter every war." Xme given *nvPn I II Druggist and Apothecary L 4. .
this city but now of Mobile were THE FANCY GROCERS as the mill is In readiness.They "tmn Co., ,Buttle Creak M'ch.Dnn't .
The h Birthplace Prompt Delivery yesterday agreeably surprised when 116 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. were hearr suTercrs!' by.the big I 'fairto'rfOad the booklet The SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 109 1 -

they., received 'notice:of ;his, approaching storm.;having1"fully 50 per cent of the Road to WenvfUe" ; In pkgs. Tbere'Ba I ,
PHONE'IIO'D' marriage which Is to occur at Phone 391 boxed timber
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t i INVESTMENTS i IN REAL ESTATE LESLIE E. BROOKSReal Celebrate Now is the :

$225

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ii and Insurance. Christmas :1 $25 Cash, $10 per :
HOOTON & WATSON !
Time
to Buy
f* month.
I These
With Lots

i: : THE RENTAL AGENTS, I HOMES FOR SALE. 1906 no : : interest.j

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f i $ 950-One-story dwelling on West Government : $1500 East'Cervantes, ? rooms, bath The prosperity of this countrywas i ++

: Reus. gas etc. never as great as it Is now. +
street By Buyinga
t near $11OO-East Jackson 6 rooms and ban. The. splendid conditions In every I have 40 lots between 9th, 10th and llth streets and between *

t- $1575-Fine cottage on corner lot, convenient to L. i 92500-North HUT rooms and bath real line estate agricultural.are marvelous.In Industrials. and I 18th and 19th avenues; two blocks from the East Hill car line. One :

: & N. R. R. ;shops. gas etc. representing investments. do block from the bayou. I offer this property at' $%%5.00 per lot, |25.00 +

Home.You not lose sight of the fact that the down and the balance at $10.00 per month.. I will CHARGE NO INTEREST 4

i $2100-New'and comfortable ,cottage, with two lots '((1200-"F"West s
: .WITH EACH LOT FREE OF COST. This is the cheapest
| on East Garden Street. $((3500-7 room,, all modern North more money: by buying stocks, property
bonds or real estate at a price that ever offered on these terms In the City of Pensacola. *
: ? $2650-A very nice one-story dwelling with 7 rooms,. IF YOU HAVE ANY lIayne.1 Is certain to advance.It 4
i SELL. LET US KNOW can do it. We is thus. "that wise investmentis You:can't buy Lots for Cash in this locality any cheaper. We of. 2

J East Gadsden, near Alcaniz. WE CAN SElILESLIE ** can show how a the, most direct road to wealth." I fer them on terms that you can't afford to miss. These terms put *

: $3350-6-room dwelling on DeVillier Street, near you you In the same position anti you were buying nearly two years J
small down for J
payment from now at prices asked now.

; i Garden. and little month $2750-We have Just had listed withus # More fortunes are made In Real Estate than in anything else. t
a little
$9500-Two-story brick building, with lot fronting i iftl' a home a on most East up.to-date HilL Desirable You may lay the foundation of your fortune by investing a fwdoll'ars i

E. BROOKS just like rent, does the section. south front Lot 120x32. -, in these lots at this time.I +
t. i both Zarragossa and Main Sts. Splendid busi- : :. House has every convenience -

: work. See us today.McDAVIDHYER and was built for a believe at a conservative estimate that these lots will Increase 7
location..j
ftl' ness .- Real Estate home. In value 40 per cent by the time they are paid for on these terms. I

: $10500 Two-story brick building on Zarragossa St., i iJ i :


f .j near Palafox. A bargain. : and Insurance.Phone $27bO-Another choice little home on .* Real Estate and Insurance I
East Jackson street-new anda LESLIE F BROOKS

I K[ CITY MAPS. 462. 112 S. ,Palafox.. CO. very choice location. I Phone 462 112 S. Palafoi SL t

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; Have you a new Ctty Map We have Just received a new supply. which I. I .MMMMM. .MM......M .
f: : hat been carefully revised to date conforming to all changes made. Send Aysntt New York $4250-Close In. 7-room. 2-story resi .........., ..........

j $2 00 for Mounted Cop, or sac for Pocket Edition. "denr.e. desirable locality, large .
w Life Inauranc Company. lot. House leased to Septem-
! Correspondence Solicited. I ber, 1907.: All conveniencesand .
i i THE BEST YET! 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST., nice place. : FOR' SALE DIRECTORY
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$3000--New Iroom.story modem ... .- PROFESSIONAL.
: HELP WANTED. I WANTED. dwelling. OB East Jackson ,

I We have for sale lots In block 101, East street. -. $700. .
to do W. B.
machinist general BARTON
"fED-HaDdy WANTED Partner in business.
King Tract
at J100 each $ down
I aniRr a and Japer ; ,
work. ApplyAyoxic
hammer and chisel Must have experience four
or
Bros' Lumber Company. Aycock. thousand dollars month. No Interest and no taxes In buys a four-room cottage with"IIUUImer Attorney At
capital Address "Part until paid for. Bargams ; Law.
Takes No. 803 East Belmont
$1400- .
14dec4tCARPENTERS
Florida. :ncr" Care Journal. ltdeclt'WANTEDA i kitchen on East Gregory. Rents for J8 50 Offices
street. a comfortable and reasonably per month. A bargain for a home or anInvestment. -Fisher Building Palafox rtrtf't,
.. We have a nice comfortable house on Will practice all the
WANTED at Warrington I priced bouse. 4 rooms state and tnltM
lady of good reputation to North
Coyle street that we can sell for and hall. Stone walk in front. StatesCourts. Twenty-three
and payment every years
, good wages uI
; keep house and care for children. Good $1100 on easy payments c -
;- Saturday'! afternoon. For further Information wages and permar ant place to right person $2100.
: apply at Sylvester Campbell'sstore Apply to or:address W. A. Nors- We have a 'nice -six-room cottage with REAL.ESTATE '
t Warriagton. 12deo worthy. No. 1403 :North Davis lldeclw,* large lot on East Hill on car line and
gets a pretty slx-room..new and modern I T. G.
near hard road that YATES M. D.
we can sell for ,
S "TED-J.laDager for branch offlce we $%000. This is one of the best bargains L.S.BROWN6CO.REAL home on East Cervantes, near car line. ,
, Kbh to locate here in Pensacola. Address I I TIlE PUBLIC to know that the B. H. offered here recently. Will agree to car- Optician.
, with references The Morris Fairchild Co.. is now prepared to renovate ry a mortgage for large amount of $3200.buys .
i Wholesale, House, Cincinnati Ohio all kind of mattresses, pillows and price at 8 per cent. purchase ESTATE LOANS AND' 306 Thiesen Building.
lldeclm bolsters in first-class style and at low-
eight-room house
a new two-story Twenty ?
eet prices. Ring up phone 485. write P. One hundred and fifty by three hundred INSURANCE. modern conveniences, on corner lot near. Specialist years' experience as a Ey
, TYPEWRITER!: OPERATOR WANTED O. box 433 or call 15 East Garden street feet on Little Bayou with two cottages j car line near in, on East HilL Examination free.
to take dictation from office grapho- upstairs. Sdeclm renting for $11 per month. $1500. Phone 918 Thiesen Bid*. A deed to this home win be a Christmas
rhone. No knowledge of stenography present never to be forgotten. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOoooooooooaoI
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needed. None but expert operator need WANTED-To buy one male goat-must Ten lots on public square near the $3000for
I appl!)". Densmore machine used. Apply be unsexed and well broken. Address Stoddard property. very cheap at J850. 0 1 L. C. PHILLIPS, Ph.
1 I In person at once to The Clutter Music "O." Journal office. Sdeclw an artistic and -todateroom
House. "dec and, hall cottage with all modern conveniences FOR SALE. Homeopathic.PHYSICIAN .
i on West Chase.street, on largelot I and SURGEON.Office .M.I
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,". WANTED-Middle aged colored woman WANTED-Position by experienced ste ,,on car line, 'I 1 FOR SALE-Just received, fresh flashlights c. 1ROYAI6U1R and Residence 12 N. .
Good nographer. Legal work preferred. Can
to do cooking and good laundress.
furnish references. Address E. L. and launch batteries. Phone Hours: 9 to 11 a. m., 1 to 5
wage Apply at once to CoL W. F. Stew good D. HALE WILSON & CO. $375 p.
Jt' art. Ft. Barrancas Fla. J.. Box 278. 4dec2w building.345. E. W. Peaks New Star Laundry 200 Thiesen Building. Phone 65.

WANTED-White woman to do light cash, or Installment plan for cottage at Phone 686. 00000000000000000000000000
do'the 'tdck. 30 S. .
LETTERS They are the PALAFOX STREET
hoiwwork. Apply at No.. 12 East InS beat trade-getters. They get to the No. 1265 North '1)" street 2 rooms and FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-Half block Frederick Ausfeld. F. M. Btount
tend ncla St.WANTEDA. Sdeelw* business the kitchen. In New'City near Bay View park; willexchange
man's heart and not wastebasket '
S AUSFIELD & BLOUNT
The Mayea Printing Co., havea PHONE 234LOST. for cottage or sell cheap :
i good cook. Apply to 701 -' taken at once. Mrs. R. Owsley, 1SOS
new that makes typewritten
process "' FOR SALE.FOR Architects
North Palafox street. 9dec /Strong. Ilnovim5FOR
letters cheaply and perfectly. Phone 181 to loan at .market rate
lowest'
will bring a representative. 24 West oflI r 312.314 Brent Bldg., 43 Moses Bldg.Pensacola .
v
l' WANTED-Competent housekeeper for s .. ,
Fla Montgomery Ala.
, small hotel. who can do pastry cooking. Government street. Idee Mortgages: on iea1estdredin this city SALE-One second-hand heater. 1 SALE- Good size mule, ( years
Must give references. Apply at once X. bought and sold. wooden bedstead, 1 sewing machine 1 old. Qualities are the best. No whip-
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X. x., Box 13S, DeFuniak Springs Fla.9declw. WANTED TO RENT-A large: house LOST-A # woven wire cot. Cheap for cash. Address ping necessary. Lady or child can man WM. A. BORMANS,
i'. solid badge Engraved on back All of the :Maxent Tract west of "C" .
1014 North Alcaniz. Sdeclw age. 'Apply to J. W. Senterfltt 708 E.Cervantes
: close In. Will lease it if terms are de "G. J. "
Ungerer. Liberal
reward for return street now for sale St. 14declw Architectand Superintendent
sirable. Address Mrs. A. :MCare JournaL to Journal office. 12declw::
; WANTED-An experienced Grocery clerk 27nov 01l'ice-3i)5) Brent Building
\ CONKEY'S celebrated Roup Cure. Chol- FOR SALE OR RENT-one of finest
good salary to one willing to work. Ad- LOST-one gold-filled gentleman's watch era cure lice and mite kiTer as well farms in West Florida from Phone 823. Pensacola. Fla.
: dress P. O. Box 314. 9dec and fob initials unexcelled Egg Protucer. All 'tJ\ =
Ao"TEDme one of means who will ; "E. L. on fob. Reward as an Chipley, 140 acres in ;, fine
for return to E. Forschelmer Boston guaranteed., and a splendid grade of Cash rent 11 60 L.
; care for and educate bright boy, 14 buildings. per acre.
COLORED HELP-We furnish cooks, Fisher Real Estate will make fowls
old. Apply Pearl Eagan Home or Shoe Store. Sdec Agency wheat that your lay. F. C. Ridenour. Chipley. Fla. 14dec2w
] years
maids waiter butlers
porters
nurses S. Mellen & Co., Pensacola, Fla. Phone SECRET SOCIETIES.PENSACOLA
1 Mrs. \\rn- Fisher. President. ISnov I .
short notice.
drivers etc. on We get 134. 7nov FOR SALE-$25.00 cash for Remington
good help and also good positions for COLLECTION OF A In first-class
.RENTS Typewriter
writing order
those who want them. Southern Employment WANTED-AH kinds beer rottlea. I pay : LODGE. NO. 3-
15c 2iwn. I h&noU. all brands FOR RENT.FOR FOR SALE-At a bargain a barber's reason for selling have. no use for same
Bureau S1V4 S. Broad St.. Atlanta leading< SPECIALTY. here. Address "B. Care Journal Pen acola Lodge. No.' 3. K. of P.
.. Ga. Sdeclw of wlnt4 beers ana WhisKIes, and still outfit good as new; one first-class meets every Monday evening at 1:30
21novlm
manufacture that well-established coi'gh RENT-Four-room house and kit barber chair: one dozen excellent razors, o'clock at their temporary Castle hell
W "fED-HousemalC%, wORe or colored. medicine. Joe Roth comer Tarragiaa chen at Big Bayou. Apply to Peter F. Phone 87. 206 ,$. Palafox St. mugs, brushes and combs. Address J. o premises. Apply Gl9 North and Government Sts. lloct Strother Little Bayou. Sdeclw M. Armstrong Sneads Fla. 6declm FOR SALE-A fine tract of land near Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
iOD 6dec I II' I city. Part heavily tImbered, part E. H. DkNNARD. C C.

' TAILORING 1.. Diamond. Tauor. FOR RENT-Two nice double stores on FOR SALE-Bargain In 6-room cottageat cleared. Call phone 285; or address 1103 H. HORSLER. K. of R. &: S.
I' WANTED-Four boys with wheels for Gent's clothing: cleaned: pressed and repaired East Intendencia street between Pala- Some Very Cottage HilL Fla. Terms to suit. One East Gadsden. ISnovlm
office work. Salary J8 per month. Apply -I on short notice. No. 11 H West fox and Tarragona. Inquire at the Fisher acre fruit flowers and garden. Address DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA.
W, Care JournaL :dec Government St-. Pensacola. Fla. Real Estate Agency. Z2nov Egbert Beau. fideclw PANAMA CANAL EDITION of The Naomi Lodge. No. 10, Daughters of
Journal magnificently Illustratedmagazine Rebecca meets every Monday night at
WANTED-A. R Bingham wants FOR RENT-A. R. Bingham has storage Des rabne Homes containing scores .f news of 9 o'clock in L O. O. F. halL Visiting
I MONEY TO LOAN. moving and hauling He guaranteesall your room for rent suitable for funJture FOR SALE-House and lot at 1013 East the city and harbor. For sale t all Isters cordially Invited to be present.
breakage. Phone 630. or other goods. 104 and 10S South Tar.ra&ona Jackson street. $1900. Apply to G. A book stores or at The Journal office. By MRS. J. T. PULLIAM. N. aMBS.HATTIE
street. Phone 39. Dohlstrom 1013 East Jackson street or maiL 20 cents. Lists NEVILLE. Sec.
THOS PEBLEY-Money loan. Upstairs For Sale 818 South Palafox. ZTnovlm
J nJo
corner Palafox a bts.Sdec. A.\"TED-The Mere>**nts Transfer Co. RATHBONE LODGE NO. 30.
j wants your m Y'iii and hauling. All Rathbone Lodge No. 30. KnIghts of
t -_ breakage guarntce T. B. Thors. FOR SALE.FOR FOR SALE CHEAP Second-hand buggies FOUND. Pythias. meets every Thursday night at
J THOS. PEBLEY EI Estate and Loans. Proprietor. Phona 17*. and wagons. If you want a bar Castle HalL Members of sister lodges
Upstairs corner Palafox and Romana gain in a second-hand vehicle of any description and visiting brethren cordially Invited
f t3. Sdec W "fED-All kinds of electrical work. On West Gadsden street, south front call or write W.. E. Taylor Chip FOUND-Ladies' gold watch chain and to attend. J. M ROPER C. C.
. I sell all kinds of electrical batteriesan.l SALE-Thoroughly good piano and on car line a two-story S-room modern Icy Fla. 23novlm fob. Owner can get same by; describing c. J. LEVEY. K R. A S.
almost new Apollo Piano player .wlth home house in splendid condition,
other electrical supplies When recent
you and paying for ad. Gibson. roj-n 305
r UNLIMITED amount money to loan
I all kinds personal property on short on need me nng; 25 or 9=;5. E. W. Peake about fifty pieces of select music, for ly overhauled throughout and painted; Thiesen. building. 13dec M. E. B. A. No. 81. meets first and
f' Get New Star Laundry Bldg. E. Garden. sale cheap to quick purchaser. Address. gas city water bath large deep lot best FOR. SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mehlen bird Wednesday 7.30 p. miatford ..
:notice. Terms easy.Star my rates teforeI F. E. Mariner. Bohemia Fla. 12dec:! neighborhood In city-$5000.00. & Sons' piano in handsome rosewoodcase. HalL No. 10, rest Intendencia
elsewhere. Loan
going Co. 116% A bargain. Piano ::an be seen A. O.
street. FELL. Prea.
South Palafox. 4aovlmjOW WL..TED-Second.baM sacks of an descriptions I
wanted. If out of town ship- COW AND CALF FOR SALE 6-8 Jersey On West Jackson street the most mod- by calling at the Kandy RJtt'ben. Soct.FOR FOR ADOPTION.FOR J. L. SWEENEY. Secy.

: >.00 to loan on good security. Pensa them to us: if in town, ring us up at );0. ; 3-8 Holstein; 6 years old; giving em up-to-date: little cottage in the city.
2 gallons. Address Box 311 or call at bath electricity 7 cabinet SALE and immediate delivery, PENSACOLA LODGE < 4 |. O. O. F.
41\: cola Investment Company. SOoctHONEY : 334: or bring them to us at corner of gas rooms one A.DOPTION-one orphan boy 7 o.N t
Chase and Alcaniz St*. F. S Mellen! & 1312 East Ninth street. lldeclw* I mantles, folding doors between dining automatic tandem compound ,center yean old. Will be given for adoption Pensacola Lodge, 4, O. O.: F.
LOANED on real estate and Co. 2ijuAy room and library, butler's pantry large crank steam engine of about 150 horse to responsible parties. For particular meets every Thursday evening at 7J
on short SALE MONDAY-A i front gallery. House beautifully finished and two return tubular boilers 72 at the new hall on Belmont and Baylen
personal property notice. FOR car load of Tennessee ( power. apply Pearl Eagan Home or Mrs. Win.
brethren
" Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. 28% South horses and mules. This stock on inside. yard nicely laid oil beautiful inches diameter by 16 feet long. For full Fisher President.. ISnov streets. Visiting R. cordially in-
Palafox St. Phone 1144. was bought low and must be sold at 'flowers stables, large lot best neighbor- particulars apply Stone & Webster Eng. vited.KERLE.B. WITKOVSKY N. a
J MISCELLANEOUS.MATTRESS once, as we have no stable room. Apply hood in city. This Is a cheap place for Corporation Box'830. Pensacola. 14nov A. Secretaryw.
f I CAN: LEND YOUR MONEY at eight to Pen&acola Stables or T. E. Welles. Sdtf the money-$4750.00. O. W.
per cent. If you have any that you I I FOR $ALE-One fine wan Case. 23 feet Oak No.
AND Live Camp 1, W. O. w.
want interest on, see me about it. It FUR1'Io'TURE-Mat S-room and hall. bath and LANARKOn
cottage long 8 feet high with ribbon case 10 meets in Pythian ban the 1st and -M
EVERGREENS-S.
I. will be absolutely safe on real estate i If I tresses made to order and also renovated DECORATIVE W. shower bath hot and cold ",,water cabinet feet long separate. Will make fine display Wednesdays in each month. VU:a.IiI'
ticks furnished. Smilax needle pins holly mistletoe >
Leslie E. Brooks. Phone new New
security. and
f 46: i : mantles, modern throughout occupyinga case for any kind of cercbandise.I tlvereigns cordially Invited.F. .
I Ii I window wreaths and other Christmas
second-hand furniture modern or antique U block of ground on East Hill block Apply to E. L.. Reese 17 North Palafox.ZOnovlm. the Gulf of Mexico. .
: A BOOHICH, C. c.
: MONEY TO LOAN-E>erybody borrows bought and sold. Davis Manufacturing decorations. :Miss Annie Jordan, 115 _
,
from line neighborhood $3000.
' money from Jno. A. Hall & Co. 14Vt Co.. 114 East Belmont street. North Spring street. Phone 1535. car good I LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.
I E. Government St. When In need call Phone 771 24nov tdeczw.1 Hunting and fishing season' now on.
on us. Modern 5-room cottage.reception hall SHIP CHANDLERS-McKlnzle O-vtlng Oyster beds within easy reach. The celebrated FrancE drip coffee,
FOR &A.LE-200-arpent country large front gallery on corner lot 50x137%, Jackson No Sold
MISS LEILA REESE has fresh cut flowers 0 & Co. wholesale and retail ship "'ani- Square. prem'nnis!
,,
miles from Pensacola short mile west ,
t MONEY LOANED on all kinds of two blocks from car line on East Hill; lers and Only first-das Offers exceptional
personal grocers. advantages
on hand. Orders taken for special Olive station and postoffice. known aouse as a strictly on its merits. Ask for It at
on short notice. of as house new, lot nicely laid off wth pretty
c property Terms occasions. Phone 282. ISnovlm of kind In city. Fair prices to alLFOR place to spend part of the winter months.
t easy. J. B. Gray & Co. 3 W. Romana. 7-mile house on old Jackson road. 30 acres flowers. large stables, fronts. south. It your grocers.;
fenced and cross-fenced, with woven wire is at -
Phone llli IfebV'NIJMITED cheap $2450.00.
t WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP-We fence, balance partly cleared. partly fine SALE!-Thoroughbred pedigreed LANARK INN.
Joppa Leoge No. 6. I. O. O. F.
now in our new quarters, 214 Pointer Puppies, $10 and $I$. .
t amount of money to loan are E timber. Fine oaks, pear. chestnut and Signed. Joppa Lodge No. 5. L O O F. meets
.,.. on all kinds of personal property. Special Intendencia entrance also at 215 Romana, other trees. Stream running through: Bagdad Kennels Bagdad. Fla. llnovlm Under new managtmtnt, modern and every Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clo-k at
f. rates to business men on large and prepared to do everything In wagon many springs on place; also horse buggy well kept; will afford special 1 attention. to Rafford Hall Corner Baylen and Belmont
tons. The New York Loan Co.. 204% and carriage building and repairing. E. harness wagon and farming tools; 3 1- FOR 8ALE-10.000 acres round timber hunting and fithlng parties. Sts. Visiting brethren cordially InvitedC. .
t; South Palafox. L. Herring. Flume 923; City. UoeL room houses. 1 50-foot stable with two J. W. Bullock Jr.Real land. 12.500 saw mill timber and saw L. SMITH, N. G.

RENOVATED rooms: 1 25-foot barn and other out- I 1 mill. 32-room hotel at a bargain. Several Reached by the Georgia. Florida & C. L. WILKINS. Secretary.
MATTRESSES -New tick
farms and town
houses. Suitable for sanitarium country I good properties.Write
Alabama Railway. Convenient schedules.
{ : BOARD AND ROOMS. pet furnished taken up if desired.and matting Guaranteed.laid. Leave Car- club Reason factory.for selling-owner brewery or stock has no farming.one to I Estate and Mortgage Loans Gentry & Setterllnd. Chipley.23sept Fla. Tourist rates now l la effect.

orders at Watson, Parker Reese Co.' .
r FOR RE\"T-Large nicely furnished room Wesley Duncan. 7sept ment manage or place.for one Great looking bargain for good as farming invest Room 302 Brent Building. FOR SALE-Forty acres lana, welt'Um- For hotel accommodations writ. LANARK Pensacola. St. Andrews and

t with board; privilege of bath and telephone UPHOLSTERING land. For particulars address EL W.]I bered good house 1% miles east of INN. Lanark Fla.
senic. Apply 415 West Gregory MILTON SHOPwi.lie Peake. Pensacola. Fla., New Laundry 637 Olive. Fla. Address Jas. T. Gerelds. P. O. Gulf Steamship Co.
t r street or te' 'phone No. 1It>5. 14nlwk Mlms.of all Proprietor.kinds carpets Furniture laid furniture repairing I building. East Chase street.. Idee Phone Box 1(4. City. 9novlm For schedules railroad rate*, etc., writ
J. H. McWILLIAMS
packed for shipping. Phone (3.:: STEAMER TARPON.W. .
1. FOR RENT-Rooms cheap. reaL! newly 1
clean funlshed rooms suitable for Next to Tampa landing 22aprllIL Gen Pass. Rgent
light housekeeping. on the hilL Location I Balnbrldge, Ga.EVENSVILLE Q. BARROW. Master.
F high and healthy. Close to car line. I ALFMAN-Tin. Copper and Sheet FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER AND
liege of phone and gas. Apply 314 Prv-I Iron Worker: cornice work and sky WRITE YOUR WANT AD HERE.Send FREIGHT SERVICE.
Strong. Phone 1313. 14dec lights a specialty; rooting, guttering and -Between-
r repairing. 109 East Government opera PENSACOLA. MOBILE APALACHICOLA .
: FOR RCVT-Kooma for rent with privilege house building. Phone 560. Residence & CARRABEL'-E. ST. AN-
of light housekeeping. Phone and phone 131$. it to The Journal office day or night.* When you need help, have anythingto DREWS. MILIVILLE. .
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Bath. Apply 900 East Jackson St. Sdec And all points on St. Andrews Bay Car-

J. H. PORTER. saUmaker. 711 South sell rent exchange or wish to purchase anything try a want ad. They do the rabelle'nd Aoalachlcola.SCHEDULE. .
ROOMS TO REXT-Best in city. Mrs. M. Palafox street. Orders taken for tents TERRE HAUTE .
I a ITeston. IlStt East <.1overnmen\d St. awnings camp stools and house cots. Leaves Pensacola Sunday. 8.30 p. m..
etc. Prices reasonable. Sljao work. for Mobile. Ala.

_ RAILROADTHE Leave Penaacola, Tuesday 8.31 p. m.
ROOMS-Nicely furnIshed. upstairs. convenient for St. Andrews. Mlllvtlle.. ApaUcnlcola
to car line with or without Carrabelle and intermediate point
J' board. 1203 East Gadsden street. HOTELS. ,SIX ORDINARY WORDS MAKE ONE LINE. DIRECT LINE: TO For additional Information apply to
Sdedm J. R. SAUNOERS.E
l LOCKHART HOTEL. Lockhart. Ala,, .R. COBB President
i Nicely furnished rooms suitable for new management newly renovated CHICAGOand General FrL and Pat. Agt. P.n-
Vght housekeeping block and half from nice rooms. Bath and ajl accommoda aacela Fla.
Palafox. Apply between 12.30 and 1:30 tions. Special attention to traveling men.
t p. m.. or after 6:00 p. m.. 219 East Government Special rates to weekly boarders. J. all points,in tho

: street. 6dec2w Rodgera; Prop. 2Snov North and Northwest. CREW NOTICE.
Neither tbe Captain Owner*
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS for rent ,< .
BROWN UOrSE -DeFuntaK Springs. :, fit. nor Consignees of the British
1WIth, or without board. Table board. 1 Good beds airy rooms elegant ideals; 3. a steamship Cycle win be responsible
Phone, gas and bath :\o. S Palafox. i free bath and sample rooms. Special for debts contracted:

27nov attention to traveling m u Rates $2.00per . . by the crew of said vessel.
day. J. R. Brown. Prop. .- .' Exceptionally Low RoundTrip R. LENG.
ROOMS-Two furnished front rooms,
i suitab'e! for light housekeeping Use r HOTEL SOUTHERN en all theo Rates to all Summer GULF TRANSIT CO.Consignee.Captain.
; of phone and hath Apply 822:!: East o ).car. American and European plan.

,Gadsden.._or Phone S97. 5nov i Special summer Pleasant rates. Flrst-claas In I -- Tourist Points. CREW NOTICE.
very respect. and conven
Neither the
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent at 212West : lent. Mrs. T. L. Bowen, Prop.. Pensa Captain. Owner
nor Consignees of the German
F Gregory street.' 16no\lm cola. Fla isapr a steamship Homfel will bt

FOR RENT-P'ea-sant furnished room.I BAT HOTEL-Open night and day. Eu Rat.es-The rate on a want ad filling the above-space is 25 cents first insertion D. H. Hillman S. L. Rogers, responsible by the crew for debts of said contrai vessel'ted -
southern exposure, second 001>1. Corner ropean plan. Rooms light and clean. F. NE01ANN.J. .
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G & T. A. General .
P.
5 13th avenue and 12th street near East Transient trade solicited. 575-579 South and 5 cents a day for each additional .consecutive insertion. Send cash with the ad Agent A. MERRITT te. CO. Captain.
'.>'f HU1: car line. llnov Paaf<)T. Jos.. S. Nicolau. Proo. Evansville. Ind. Nashville Tenn., Consignee.

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SOUTHERN I t i Send In your orders now


you : SHIPPING NEWS : for extra copies of The Jour

many : ;nal's big Christmas Edition
to --'
you Cleared Yesterday. Old and they will be set :aside .
are Ida Span' ss Arano, 2160, for Liverpool ,
fiUYWIisky PROGRESS profit with 209,000 a ft lumber, 5.705 square for you. .
bales cotton. 1,13 round bales cotton. .: It
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) and Alfred Menzele VESSELS SteamsTnps.,Ger IN ss,PORT.Jtreenoen. 1283, _1Legal Advertisements. -: :

New name, St. Vincent to H. Baars ACaT j __
Corporations I Quaker
Formed name is Cayo Largo, Br &8. Davey. J223 .Tam. .
That ha the Pico. to Gulf Transit Co. BIDS WANTED. _
in Dixie During Week places. Chatton Br ss, Letek 2321, Buenos I Scaled proposals win be receiveduntil '
reputation MA Ayres to order. I S:30 dock p. m.. tx-c. 20. 106. at lie : ]
Cycle. Br es. Long %%%7. Rio Janiero. to I office of the Board of Public Works, Pen- ,
Just Past. old Gulf Transit Co.Helsingburg IsacoU. Florida for the remodeling of the : -. -
for Purity. Swed as, Schriel, 1422 1 building now located on corner of Corn '
Huelva to Hyer Bros. Rye I jmanducia and Zarragoasa streets,
(:9 Homburg Ocr es. Matthlesen. 1488 (northwest' corner). saM building when ft1
It is just as easy tosc- Rotterdam to the W. S.' Keyser Co. {completed to be Used as a truck house
Chattanooga, TeniL, Dec. 13.-The 4 Baybreak.. Br ss, Low 1904 Buenos jfor, the City of Pensacola. according to -
cure the pure article week ending today has been a period Ayres to the W. S. Keyser Co. I(plans an-l specifications prepared by Lamar '
of uninterrupted Industrial activity I Horn f els, Ocr s!', Nteraan 1475, West I ft Falghum. Architects. Peosacola.j i
for the same money tb.atyou Ilartiepool to W. L. Wittioh i Co. F1.>rlda. P1ansad specificatIons are on .
In the Southern States as shown by Ida, Span S8' Arano Zl 0. Liverpool to Twice distilled in tile and can be seen at either the officeof .\
pay for the adulterated. If reports made to the Tradesman. The / k Gulf Transit CO. copper- j I the architect: tir at the office of tlt4 -
).tarlan. Br ss, Hogg, 12181 Faro to Board ot Public Works. The Board of -
accompanying list shows the in
Pure Whisky is what you new i:__ Caster.JU'gherita.. ripened in heavily charred oak Public Works reserves the right to reject Th
dustries established in the South Aust ss jj
Itanciclu.
2070, -
any and all Lids. ISdecSt .
want, ask for J* J,* J* .* ji during the week. Notable New Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. .I :
among j
Twilight Br ss. Morris. 2260, Charlesto _- barrels bottled the distiller .
these five AN ORDINANCE.To
are large mining compa- .nto the W. S. Ke>-ser Co. by 1
"JESSE ltIOORE""M" nies in West Virginia; lumber and I'.tfll. : Ships. Be Entitled an ordinance to grant te
land companies in Virginia; canning I.l/zdI ( Avantl. Nor s!' *v Anderson 1848. Lon- is smooth and mellov.Don't J. E. Taylor, his heirs and assign, 4.
don to order. pure, the right to construct a spur track r -
N. GOLDRING.DISTRI8UTOR. factories and cotton gins in Texas; Ferreira Port .. Garros 506. Lisbon I t acres Garden street In the City of Pen ,
ice factory and bottling works in to master sacola. Florida
Tennessee; mining and fertilizer ..: '- Harbinger, Rus *_ 1J39, Algoa Bay' I Be It Ordained by the Mayor and Board -
PENSACOLA FLA. company to master. spoil your treat by failing or Aldermen of the City of Pensacola:
worka in South Carolina; a Ingrid Nor ship, Ljinneil. 12SO. Ant. f Section 1, That J. E. Taylor, his heirs i' i'
Handled Exclusively' by- metal company with $1,000,000 cap I werp to McK. Oertlng & Co. .and assigns be and are hereby granted
Lena. hal ship Tassara to Old Quaker. the prirllege and right to build and :
ital and mining tunnel with 1581. London get construct -
THE GEM: SALOON, company i to order. spur track for the purpose of j'
the same amount in Oklahoma; light Barks. having transported thereon and there-

Riera & Schad,.Props. and power plant and cotton mill in Food and A/redo. Uruguayan bk. Maiagas. '51, over cars moved by steam or other loco '
North Carolina lumber and land Montevideo to H. H. Thornton. Phone 16, Lewis Bear & Co., motives from a point on the north line -- .. -
; companies -
Alfb'Id.: Swed bk. S\ensen. 1332, Dor 404-408 Palafax fet. and 2-10 Main St., of Garden street. which Is two hundredand
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in Missouri; stave and saw I ban to master.C. Pensacola. Fla. 1 seventy-six (Z7$) feet from the : -
mill in Mississippi; two lumber companies B. hidden, Br bk. Morrison. 349.. northeast corner of Tarragona street and
illt in Las Palmas to Southern States Lumber Garden street southeasterly to a point :
Louisiana coal and iron
: : ; I Co. on the couth line Of said Garden street.
I9 company and canning factory in Ken I M [ Campbell. Nor bk Hausken. 110ft.. which is one hundred and tifty-fin U5..>) ,
tucky; development and, investment SUrt anger to McK. Outing & Co. -.. ---..:..; -- feet from the east line of M wires* street
1ACTURC3 STILLS companies in Georgia; coal and coke I Charles Racine, Nor bk. Waage,. 1526, Sec. 2. The track of aM spur shall

TuRPE1 company in Arkansas; lumber and<\i i Genoa Chacma.to master.Nor bk Jorgecsen. 557, Coronet Old Tom and Dry Gin >{- be vehicles so laid tn and pass maintained across the as tame to at permit any I

coal companies In Alabama. i Fleetwood to'order. 'I point on Garden street except that al)- -'

The complete list for the week as' Hereford Nor bk. Jensen 1380. Rosarlo _._ .... -- lotted to sidewalks: and said grantee his )4 i t.t.I
to order. heirs and shall
assigns keep the spate
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authorized 'by the Tradesman is as : HeimdaJ Nor bk Hensen '1354. Hull between the rails of said spur track and .. '
stores .
follows: i WW ..... to order. for eighteen (IS) Inches on each sidethereof 5-
Alabama'. wa, ..... Humberto. Span.bk. 1111. Battle. Ha- in as good repair and condition t :&1'.1
I N ......, vana to order.Ingebiorg. ana of the came material as the streetand
Decatur-$15,000 lumber J
company. Nor bk. Bid. '
1250. East Lon- sidewalk on each side hereof shall i
M .......
Stapleton-$3,000 shingle mill I K ........ don to order. H. G. DeSILVA S. COMPANY be kept and maintained by the city of .-
Isabel
Birmingham Contracting com, I ........ Hull to master Browne Rus bk. LIn qulst. 123L Pensacola. If at Any time the portion of '
and machine H ........ laid street adjacent to said track shall : 1-i -
pany; $25,000 foundry : Kink Oscar II, Nor bk. -
G ........ Rosarlo to A. Zelius.Lilla. Johnson 762. be paved, the said grantee, his heirs and
shops. i f ........ SOT assigns shall also pave between the said :
Carbon Hill-Coal mines. bk. AonoaMn. 1030. Santos rails and eighteen inches on each side '

Cullman $50,000 manufacturing i g .::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::: to Lysglint.order. Nor bk. Hansen u!:. Swakop- Building Material thereof with the same material and In J
I C ........ mund to McK. Oertlng & Co I the same manner that the rest of said r
company. street shall be paved and shall In all'
Spirits ;
Christmas Evergreens.Holly Mobile-Naval stores- plant. .:. Lynn Maria to master.Ger bit, French 1S2J. Rugs L Shingles and Slate for Roofing other respects conform to and obey the ',
Arkansas. Marina Madre Ital bk. Slmoactta. police regulations of said city In the

Batesville! -$5,000 hardware com The 146$, Genoa to order. Patent Plaster Store operation Sec. of Said said track track.shall not be used J
Fittings
Negpore. Nor bk. OJerdsen. 112*. East (ii -
pany. Lions are London to A. Zelius.Olivari. I t for the storage of cars nor shall the .. ;
Hermitage-$20,000 hardware com Co. F. O. Ital u k, Costa. Genoa to. or sidewalks be obstructed thereby except (
llistletoeViId -
Florida: der. w Everything for House Building I\during passage thereover 'I'I
pany. | Sec. 4. Said track shall be completed :
Ophelia. Nor bk
Larsson Bahla
Smilax, Needle Pines, Magnolia Hampton-$10.000 land company. Good Blanca to'Gulf Transit Co. 1117. I !within one (1) year from the passage of i/1"' !
Bates-$300,000 coal coke com Strict Pallas, and Repairs. this ordinance. -
and Nor bk. Johnson. 1219, Ply.
Foliage Moss etc. Put JJiddlingtrict mouttf to A. Zelius. $ Sec 5.. That all the rights privileges I
pany.
Low .i"and
t franchises herein granted shall continue -
Phyllis, Nor bit. 932, Belfast .
Low ...
in assortments suitablefor Florida. to MeL Oerting & Co..e1son. for the term of thirty (30) yeaiu
up Gainesville-Harness factory. Robert Scrafton. Nor bk Morthcnsen, ,from the date of the adoption of this .: 1'
JOBBE tfl, B&rbadoea to McKenzie ordinance unless sooner forfeited. '.
Georgia. Oertlng & ii1. ..,
parlor, church, hall or: ., Passed November 14 190$, :
Atlanta-$5,000 investment company Superb. Approved November 16, 1906.
church decorations. ; $5,000 laundry; $100,000 develop- to A. iiuiol>5.DUcl1-tHo Antwerp Attest CHAS. U. BLISS. .

ment company. The Ualac, Port bk CacbJn. 891. Rio Ja- CHRISTMAS MONEY LASTS LONGER C. E. MERRITT Mayor. '
Orders taken and produce In nlero to master. City Clerk. novSOoawlw '
delivery Pelham-OOOO light and water Schooners. ". :

guaranteed when promised.E. and ice plant Indian Territory. Cream\ tor1f. Am Merritt 5th- Eastman Co.BeUZO 310, Havana AN ORDINANCE I I. ";.

Tulsa-Smelter. Cream Donna Cl1r1stlaa. Am b.')( 115 if deposited in the bank and Providing for the Safety of Persons and .
M. Pooley Country to muter., ; \ Property at Certain Railroad Crossings
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Kentucky. Grown BarkentlnM. t in the City of Pensacola. ,
831 W. Chase St. Phone 1121. Lexington-$50,000 brick works. Ducks. AHanwflde. >>n bktn. Grace. 564, Man- checks drawn for the various Be It ordained by the Mayor and Council .
Will call with Catalog on requestPENSACOLA coal and iron Irish lanille to master. of the City of Pensacola. "
CoringUm$ 50,000 75c. Beatrice. Ital bktn. Marchen. Savona to ;, articles purchased. In this .. Section 1. That the Louisville & Nashville I _
company. Irish master. Railroad Company and all other corporations J- -
Morganfteld60OOO.development Sweet Thyra. Dan bktn..Rasmunsen 260,,Bar- will have companies, or persons, who now -
badoes to way you many a 'J control railroad
COPPER WORKSM. company. Yellow order. _, : or may hereafter own or If'
tracks for the operation of steam cars: =
Louisville-$10,000.-foundry; $15,000 Red t nickel and dime spent \\ .,I along or upon Wright strtet and Tarragona .t W
A. BAKER &. CO., PROP'S. Spanish CREW NOTICE. .
hydrant street in the City of l'ensa<"Ola, shall .
company.
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Manufacturers Seamless Stills, Holland Neither the Captain Ownersnor
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Turpentine
Pensjcola, Fla. Heldelberg--lOOOO ,saw. mill. Domestic Consignees of the British thoughtlessly, and at the i j i'station at one Wright or more and, lU.'De flagmen streets at the and tN"f at l' ., ,:'
Btanton-$6,000 canning factory. Lemons, a steamship Marian will be ;I \\ lIngs '
streets, whose
for :Tarragona and Zarragoss -
responsible debts contracted '
Trenton-Llght-, heating com Apples Limes. (J>.1'I by the crew of said vessel.H. .. same timeForm duty it shall be during the hours of each 4 .II
O. IIOQG. !day from six o'clock a. m. to Bineo'clock ., ,
pany. $300 MASTER. Captain. tt\ J p. m, to warn pcdestrlars and persons .'f. :..
I Louisiana.New ,
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Apples Consignee.! e the Saving Habit. J Jj lin or on vehicles of all kinds about to
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i Orleans:$200,000 lumber com Oranges I!cross the railroad tracks at such crossings -... j
pany. Oranges Tie &a Hers j of the approach of any railroad t
Grape I train locomotive tender or car by signaling 1 :
-- i Lake Charles-.$10,000 lumber com : This fish is found In ffie At&sge !I with a flag In the day time and, with ,-i1 .
pany. Ge Turkey 5e. ocean around the coast of Spain the .a lighted lantern in the night time. Pro- to- \' .
vtdrd that automatic gates of such character .
Mississippi. t
F I south of France In the Mediterranean as may Ira approved by the Board :; ,
: factory. NTONAL.DANK .
Durant-$10,00 canning Malaya FIRST
works be by such railroad .
and in the Indian ocean. Sea horsesare of Public may
: Ripley-Saw and stave milL company established and maintained at .4 4 j T'
very small and have been found
crossings in place of flagmen.
All Work Tested and Guaranteed. Missouri. such i
Write us for prices. We can Interest you. Kansas City-$5,000 chemical company often curled up In oyster shells. The OF' PENSACOLA. FLA. 2. That the railroad or corpora. i j ';
head is much like that of horse and Mona, companies or persons mentioned In tf'See. tf'
; $10,000 lumber company; gas cal market a the foregoing section shall at the crossings : I
company. Of 30 40 cubic cubic the rings around the body and tall resemble .. Wright and Ilarne streets Tarragona 4;

Florida and Alabama St. Louis-$50,000 land company; IIVi (" those of tome caterpillars. The and Zarragossa streets Tarragona : ,. ,II
Designated Depositary! of the United.State*. and Government streets and Tarragona 1:1. :
$100,000 land company; 50,000 loan 25' cubic habits of these fishes are singular and and Intendencia street cau e a flagman 't:

LUND COMPANYManufacturers company; $20,000 supply. company Investment ; There Smaller is interesting. They swim with a waving to cot precede more ,than by at one least hundred fifty (30): (100)feet feet and, :1 I i 1

$15,000 coal company; $5,000 trading motion. and frequently wind their tails every railroad train. locon-oUve, tender or: 1 .: "
for the
ot company; $25, 00 investment around the weeds and rushes. They W. H. Kn '1Vles. president W. K. H/er, Vice-President. nt and Cashier car passing over the said crossings at .

and Dealers !aLUVBER. company; 10.000' Iron and foundry have fins to sustain: them in the water, Thos. W. Brent. Ass Cashier. W. N. Roberts. Ass't Cashier. the times at Wright as follows and, to-wlt Hayne: At streets the crossings and 1' I

company. Is and even in the air. They live on Directors-F.. C.Brent. W.A. Blount. W. IL Koowles. W. K. Hyer.Jr. .. Tarragona; and Zarr&gossa streets. between l '- T
SAWED CYPRESS SHIN- Joplin-Mines. accounts D. G. Brent. the hours of nine p. In. and six a. ,;.
worms and substances .
fishes eggs I 4 't'
C.LES AND KILN.DRIED SAP. North Carolina. Dora _____ nu, and at the other two crossings above
land henry found in the bottom of the sea. J- named at all hours of the day and night! 1 i.r ,
Charlotte-$125.000 company. '
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and In
bia and to warn pedestrians persons J ; :
Clinton-$200,000 light and power Pensacola. I or on vehicles of all kinds about to cross 1
ASK FORMAGNOLIA company. May. A. Odd Proposal of Marriage. I the railroad tracks at such crossings of 1
Wadesboro-$6,000 distillery. discharge That celebrated painter of flower I the approach of such railroad train loco ,
: A SAVINGS ACCOUNT tender or by signaling wll"i !
motive car
Wilmington-$25,000. furniture. factory $ and figure subjects.William Hunt,was I START 1 a flag in the day time and with a lighted -ikt If.4 t ted

on one occasion commissioned by a Ir lantern at night time, provided that '

FARM Falrfleld-$25,000 lumber company. SIR. gentleman to paint his portrait In the WITH US AS A CHRISTMAS I,automatic 1 may gates be used are Instead provided of flagman.for in Section ;.- t? '

Hickory-$75,000 cotton milL attitude of kneeling and holding In his Sec. :S- That any railroad company falling ; "
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Falkland $25.00(1.( .transportation \ hand an open scroll whereon were writ- to provide and station flagmen at the, 'iI 4 I'_':
I crossing* at Wright and Hayne streetS
company. works. : ten a declaration of love and an offer of PRESENT FOR YOUR BOY I and at Tarragona and Zarragossa streets, ..., .
CAt E SYRUP Plneville-Water marriage. The lady to whom this unusual I as required by Section 1. or any railroad
Oklahoma. company falling to provide flagmen to ;
Outhrie-$25,000 Investment com :: proposal of marriage was sent I precede train at the crossing at Wright iit-
$50.000 fertilizer factory; $200. 'V replied with a chalk drawing of her I any Hayne streets. Tarragona; and Zar- ;;:
pany; and Government -
Pass-book opened on $1 or ragosea streets Tarragona
of In
Always 000) laundry; $1,000 metal company; self with a Sheet paper her hand. streets and Tarragona and InUn- "

1500.600 engineering ,company.Rlngwood > .- on which was Inscribed a laconic more, which may be withdrawn dencia atreetas required by Section 2. .. J't [
to
WAS -$ ,OOa development ,com "les." at any time. Home or perform any flagman the duties thus imposed provided upon falling him by -"' *f S

pan). Sections 1 and 2. or any agent or'aen-ant .
Pure Oklahoma City-$1,000.000 mining Banks $1; Pocket Banks 25c. of any such corporation company or per- ., ; -T J .
and tunneling company; $25,000 motorcar sons owning or operating any railroad ; m
the streets mentioned in th"
AND NO along or upon ; ,J
QUALITY ,
company. I foregoing sections who snail move or -.
before there was a Aline:-$500,000. oil and gas com J\ PREMIUMS.I cause or allow to be moved any locomotive .. r 'r
NATIONAL BANKOPERA
VbV ? << AMERICAN f
train. tender or car over or upon if,
pany. /Vr\ I I the crossings at Wright and Ilayne t ,
"Food Mangum-$5,000 telephone system. o : streets and Tarragona and Zarragosaa : -
Bill.11HICKS' South Carolina. Visiting. HOUSE BUILDINGWe 'streets without there being then and ;,
W. G at such Crossings .. !(
'JacksonSquare I there stationed and present .
Union-$250,000 mining company. compound Interest at 4 per cent every three months in our SayDepartment : flagmen as required In Section 1. or ; It...

Orangeburg- -$30,000-- fertilizer fac ings \|over or upon the crossings!' at Wright and "11 1--:

Send i Hayne streets, Tarragona and Zarragossa .. .'
1
CAPUDINE tory.Charleston-$ 0,000 transportation for 77 - streets, and Tarragona Tarragona and and Governmentstreets Intendenciastreets o. .

1 company. without a tla< MMl UOU7: CUIUHEADACHES
Tennessee., nal's J. S.' REESE RM.. CART. J. W. DORR. W. R. QTJINA. such locomotive train tender or car, as 1.
land com President ice-President. Cashier. Assistant-Cashier. required In Section 2, shall upon conviction ... i
$60DOO
Chattanooga-
and BANK OF PENSACOLA.CAPITAL for such offense be punished by a ; f
irt*> tp COLDS pany; $10,000 coal mining company; THE PEOPLE'S fine not exceeding twenty-live (12500) ., -"
4 1.1t. II H..... pants factory. for you. (JAVA BLEND) $100,000. SURPLUS. AND UNDIVIDED_ PROFITS $25,000. dollars. or by imprisonment of not exceeding ,t.' "
J. nw..... Jib Rockwood Ice factory.. n DIRECTORS thirty (30) da>'s. ,
J. J. HOOTON' R- M. CART. I.. J. REEVES Sec 4. That anT pedestrian or person in ,.i'
Bristol-Bottling works. W. A. D'ALEMBERTE.I.. S. REESE W. DeC. KESSLER, charge of any vehicle,or any other person. ": c ,
Memphis-$30.000 ginnine; plant;t Norfolk Roasted Coffee A General Banking Business Transacted and Accounts Solicited; Snips' Disburse whe. after having been warned as herein r
ments given Special Attention. of the approach of any
$15,000 screen manufacturing com I 000 steel ( o'.I'o'.I'I I before train locomotive provided tender or car at sues -t i

pany.. and door This is one of the finest crossings eball cross or go upon, or attempt .. ff- t
Typewriters. :Texas. poratlon: ; blends in -the world. Too en- to cross or go upon any neb rail -
until such train locomotive ,
Port Arthur:..-Construction com- 000 land : ) joy New Orleans luxury for THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK road tender tracks or car shall have passed over suck 'y -

We offer the below pan). works. I breakfast while drinking this tracks at such crossings shall upon conviction .". ,.. -
Amarillo-$10.000 'lumber and coal coffee. Only packed In 1. 2. PENSACOLA. for such offense be punished by .
twenty.ft (tlS
exceeding ) -
of not .
JIM MAKE TYPEWRITERS CHEAP a fine
: Dallas-$5,000 investment company; Rosslyn and 4 pound air-tight cans. dollars or by Imprisonment not exceeding : Is
5.000[ door and screen company. age plant I A General Banking Business Conducted on a Safe and ConservativeBasis. (30) days. ,; if.
!**rn's Visible (new) ...... ....$75.00 thirty
"llams.: (re-built) ................5500 Sherman-$50000 refinery. I We guarantee every can. !'ec.Tbat this Ordmanc shall take 1.f. -5: ,
I'ensmore. (practically new) ....... 87.SO El Paso-46,000 grain company. Kmporia I effect thirty (30) day after Its adoption. :

Smith Premier >>. 4 .............. .00Kemlngton Friendswood-Canning factory. Gate Correspondence Solicited--R. M. Bushnell. Cashier.R. '-'
1906.Approved
; December 5th.
Coffee Co. Passed
Ivo. 2 (re-built) .. ..... 5000 Houston-$50,000 investment company Importers December 6. 1H4. c <

VIso for ten days' delivery we can sell ; $ OO.OOO navigation company; Attest CilAS. IL BLISS.
A t'W Century. Fox. Fay-Sholes, Under- Limited. Q ATMAED. Mayor. ".. .,"j 1tl"L.
$20.000; lumber company. Clerk. .
*ooj _____ --
or make of Above
uaehlnes any typewriter. Cranfllls Gap-$6.500 cotton gin. New Orleans. d c7. oawtC<< : ;
also for rent. .
Seymour"Warehouse com panr. 1J.. CART. President. JNO. B. MASSET, Secretary.Wholesale -tii! r

Van Alstyne 420,000 )lumber com pany. -O.A..RV: c 00. Send in your orders now
Buffalo
PensacolaIypWrIter pany.Navasota Telennoae system.Brownwood Charl
-.'-$50.000 trust company. pany; $ Domestic. Anthracite and big Christmas Edition 1t
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Office: 43 S. Palafox St. 372.COAL.. 1- -
Palacios-Land Webster Pensacola, Fla.DISTRIBUTERS..
company.
Yard: Comer Tarragona and they will be set aside. : ::1- -
\ ment ;
Exchange, Rhome-$50,000 milling, company. 1 Streets: Yard phones 6 and .
Virginia. for ,
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:.}>-- E A SUITOR CHAMBER: OF (COMMERCE: COE'SBook GO TO NOT A PICTURE BOOKS(()) (())



HOLDS RLGE&FLTHODE ULAR SESSION


OF MRS. EDDY New fiction-Publishers' price
Store to select your Christmas volume my price $1 JO. 11*En Pn

OVERCOAT- ]r Appointed Committees to Presents.A 'glance. at their show window will "flrstgseller"in the United Chamber.tates for' tUle
& help you to select suitable gifts for both or three months.
.' :,.' young and old. Cable," by McCutcheon.
Look Into Telegraph A'l! kinds of toys, games, dolls, storybooks Alleged Portrait of Christian the"Sir::'x."first.,"sellers." one 01
i etc., for the amusement of the lit- Nigel by A. Conan TV,:*
has only been out six weeksTbut ;

..My. + Service Being GivenPensacola. tie Handsome fo'ks.! painted leather bound books, Science Leader; and the laid ready in on a the stock list of of this"first book seUwa In Cie i fa tall-, ?

manicure sets, cuff and collar boxes, that it would be the "first iZXr
s Uer"
in ;;
M 41 THE BEST SCHOlA SHrP[ P PIN handkerchief boxes glove boxes, albums, ary. It is a great book somewhat on i.
\ Christmas cards etc., will make suitable Story in McClures order of Scott's Ivanhoe but written E J
gifts for your friends and relatives. much more entertainingly.
; ; ChristmasGift Large lot of fire works just received. Discredited.Alfred "Bob Hampton of Placer," by Randan
Parrish, is another book that la clun-;;iirapidly. -
AND TO INVESTIGATE THE CAR .
,. Farlow, general manager of Lady Baltimore." by Owen Whiter
\ + .f fLORIDAOne SHORTAGE, ABOUT WHICH COM- COE'S BOOK STORE the committe on publication for the I is and having large sales the all ufher: the is country the ,:
Christian Science church has just i seller sycmany southern cities. I here
PLAINTS ARE. BEING .MADE BY his the "
f fI j eL given out the following statement:, The- earlier success "Virginian. at

TIMBER SHIPPERS OF THIS Brent Building. Phone 235. "McClure's Magazine in the December "The Doctor," by Ralph Connor, fin
': as ? Scholar I Issue, published a picture which out is a great story of the Canadian:
Be
for to Appointedby Northwest.
appropriate man or CITY.
!! is represented as a photograph of: "Sophia of Kravonla," by Anthonj
4oooi Mrs. Eddy taken in 1882., It is noti Hope bids fair to be a greater i.e4
t : i boy. Clothing like ours :is Competitive Exam- 4000! i|a picture of Mrs. Eddy, 'but is a like- Zenda.than "his earlier book "Prisonei of

I A regular meeting of the Chamber I !ness of Mrs. Sarah C. Chevaillier "Ayesha," by Rider Haggard. just trot
above all I ination from This of Commerce was held at four who formerly lived iu Boston, and This book tells oi the return of "SU |
appreciated book that created a sensation
f great twelloty
o'clock who died\in California two
yesterday afternoon, President What? Why, Records. years ago. years ago. I am banking on a burr
State.The Mayes presiding\ and a good attend This fact is incontestibly'established demand for "Ayesha."
f things and makes a sensible ance of members present. by the affidavit of Mrs. Chevaillier'sson. acceptable Any of these Christmas books gift.win make a Till

4 x The president called to the atten- Edsion 35c,. Columbia 25c. We have in our possession the
! serviceable gift. Suits next qualifying examination tion of tne meeting the unsatisfactory picture of :Mrs. Chevaillier which we
for the scholarship awarded under service being 'rendered its Pea- :Victor 35c 6Cc and $1.00. have just recejved from her son and i
the Rhodes bequest has been fixed for ,sacola patrons by the esters Union I which is an exact duplicate of the HARRY T. HOWLAND,
and overcoats $10, $12.50, I the 17th and 18th of January, 1&07. 1 i( Telegraph Company, suggesting the I i it r one used by McClure's."In .
I Florida is entitled to one scholar to t appointment of a committee x>f three You can get any record you connection with this portrait, Manager, De Luna Book Store,

$15, up to $35. I begin residence in Oxford, England, [to investigate the telegraph service I McClure's publishes an editorial an- De Luna St. Phone 1491.
i If in October 1907. The examinationof v j given Pensacola said committee to want at the nouncement of a story relating to the
applicants from Florida will be ''report 'its, findings and recommenda- Rev. Mary Baker G. Eddy the Dis-
rp t held on Thursday and Friday of Jan- ,tions to a future meeting. Clutter Music House. coverer and Founder of Christian

: uary 17 and 18. AU candidates for I, It was moved seconded and carried Science. It is stated that as a result UPTODATEHOLIDAY

ir.r.: THE JOHN WHITE STORE this scholarship from Florida must I that a committee of three, of Machines going daily at $1 of a careful investigation their story
report at 9 o'clock a. m., Thursday, which the president should be a mem- It probably 'as'near absolutely accur-
'. SPECIALISTS IN MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR. January 17th, 1907 at the Brown ber, be appointed take up the mat- week. ate as history ever gets.'. Indeed the
t Phone 225. 205-207 S. .Palafox. House, Gainesville, to Dr. J. N. An- ter of telegraph service in Pensacola, per introduction In'question lays great
; derson the examiner for 1907. and the following committee was ? stress upon the accuracy of its proposed
I Do
I own one
1 The examination papers will be for named: President Hayes, Gus Eitzen you history. Again it is said: 'Prac-

i ..................................................... warded in sealed parcels to the chairman and J. M. Muldon.: I tically no assistance can be obtained
of the committee of selection. Gus Eitzen called to ,the attentionof from Christian Scientists themselves'that GIFTSFOR
'r \\.thin these parcels will be enclosed the meeting the'- inconvenience 'she (Mrs. Eddy)I refuses to be
io i sealed envelopes containing the sep-I'caused timber shippers by the Louis- consulted personally on the main
II I arate examination papers. These en- vile and Nashville Railroad, In the FIRST G GAME Of facts of her own life.' "It should be SINGLE AND MARRIED MEN.
CHILDREN'S SHOES !Z velopes will be forwarded by the 'matter of furnishing4cars; to handle stated that according to the custom,
I Vests. New Style of Silk t Cmbrel.
chairman of the committee of selec- the export business at Pensacola. McClure's representative who applied Iaiagfik Reefers and Mufflers, Traveling
tion to the examiner to be opened After an extended -discussion of the to Mrs. Eddy for an Interview, was Suit Cases and Bags Initial Handker.
I only by him at the time and place of subject, it was resolved that a com- referred to the committee on publication chiefs. Individual and lots Boxes of others.of Neckwear an!
Suspenders
1 : :
! the examination. The replies made mittee of three be appointed to thor BASKETBALL who is specially, appointed for Agent for the Celebrated HAWM ft
: by candidates will be collected at the oughly investigate the question of car the purpose of rendering any assistance -
Budd's Malonev's Godman's close of each examination and forwarded supply to Pensacola shippers, said In his power to the representatives Hats.STONE
i
t i iJ to ,Oxford, England. As soonas committee'to report, its findings and of the public press who may
the report of the examiner has recommendations at the next meet be gathering data on the subject of
Z been received the chairman of the ing of the Chamber. The following LEAGUE Christian Science and its leader. THE HABERDASHER.
I:itc committee of selection will be furnished committee was appointed; J: C. Por- "In a conversation with membersof 222 South Palafox Street,
: The very best that money and skill can I with a list of the candidateswho ter, T. A. Jennings and J. W..Turton. McClure's staff, several months

' produce ,in just any size, style, or kind you i II have passed and are therefore Mr. Armistead, of the Lowman Ad- ago, I informed them that if they Telephone 1481.
eligible for election. The committeeof vertising Agency of Atlanta, was present would submit their data to me I
1 i. might want. : selection will then proceed to ,and addressed the meeting on Was Played Last Night, and would be pleased to assist them In
'" choose the scholar for the year. The the 'subject of municipal advertising. their verification giving them as my KNOWLES BROS.
I For Baby sizes the prices are 60c to $1.75. Z Committee of Selection for Florida is setting forth the great value' of com- Catholics Won from reason that there were documents In Insurance.FIRE .
( as follows: munity advertising' being derived bya circulation and rumors' afloat which
,i-:' I nsizes 5 to 8 the prices are 60c to $2. In ,. A. A. Murphree Tallahassee ,
chairman number of Southertf.citles. from municipal Presbyterians.The were not genuine. They have not LIFE, ACCIDENT, MARINA
i .it' Fla.Andrew advertising.. availed themselves of my offer. General Agents of
sizes 8 y2 to 11, the prices are $1 to $2.50. In
: Sledd L. L. D., Gainesville, A resolution was";*" *unanimously "Notwithstanding the facts whichwe

;t', sizes 11% to 2, the prices .are $1.25 to $3. ''i Fla.W.. adopted for the appointment of a Church Basketball League have stated we find in this editorial -' The EquitableLIFE
F. Blackman
Ph.D., Winter committee of five to take up the mat announcement a picture of an-
!H You can get just the shoe you want from : Park Fla. ter of a campaign of advertising the opened its season last night, when the other woman which Is represented by ASSURANCE SOCIETY OFNE\\
.i For the information of prospective anvantages of Pensacola. The following first game of the season was playedat McClure's as a portrait of 'Mrs. Mary YORK.

f us. Thousands of pairs to select from.% Tr candidates the following quotation committee was appointed: W. the Y M. C. A. The game was ,Baker O. Eddy,' taken In Boston In (09 South Palafox Street.
- from the will of the late Cecil Rhodesis C. C. Goodman 1' does not In any
C. Jones, W. H. Knowles, between the Catholic and Presbyterian 1882. The picture
:
: here given: C. F. Zeek and Ed. Gale Quina. point resemble Mrs.' Eddy.
: "In the election of a student to a The meeting ,then adjourned.Egg teams, and the Catholics won by the On November 9th and before the

scholarship regard shall be had to score of 22 to 11. There was a good December number of McClure's was

(1) his literary and scholastic attain- Market Lower. crowd present, much enthusiasm was placed on the news stands, I wroteto ChristmasBOX

i WATSON PARKER & REESE CO. ments, (2) his fondness for and suc- Chicago, Dec. 13.-The price of displayed and the game fast and exciting the managing editor of McClure's
i cess in manly outdoor sports, such eggs dropped 5 cents a dozen today, from apprising him of this error but re-
start to finish. Several of
cricket, football, and the account of
as like, (3) the result of overstock ceived no reply. My letter follows: C."iiiI
$ his qualities of manhood, truth courage prohibitive prices. the players of both teams were applauded "I have just been looking at the ad-
: "EVERYTHING TO WEAR. devotion to duty, sympathy for by the spectators for their vertisement which you have in Ridge ,

: : and protection of the weak, kindliness I fine work. way's of the 17th inst. In the centre' PAPERS,

..........NN..NN...N.N. ............NNN.NN. usefulness and fellowship and $100 REWARD:5100. The line-up of the two teams was as of the page is a picture which I assume -
((4) his exhibition during school daysof The readers of this paper win be is represented as a portrait of BOOKS
i..f.............................NAPORTAEJLEFIRE moral force of character, and of one pleased dreaded to learn disease that that there science Is at least has I follows: Mrs. Eddy. I hasten to inform you ,
Catholic team Leonard, (Capt.)
instincts to lead and to take an inter- been able to cure In all its stages and that this Is not a picture of Mrs. CARDS.
\gIs est in his school mates." i that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is i center; Blount right guard; Sublet, Eddy there is nothing about it that
: the only positive cure now known to the left guard; Quina, right forward; ;
Mr. Rhodes suggested that (2) and i medical fraternity. Catarrh being! a constitutional Brent left forward. I would remind one of her. I have CALENDARS,
(3) should be decided in any schoolor I disease. requires a constitu- I seen Mrs. Eddy frequently during the
one of the handsomest arguments imaginable. 1't't college by the votes of fellow students -j tional treatment. .Hall's,Catarrh Cure is i Presbyterian team-Barrow, (Capt) !!past twenty-two years and know her
PICTURES
i taken Internally, acting directly upon the i left forward; Lewis, center; Mallory, ,
and ((4) by the head of the ] blood and mucous surfaces of the system i face well enough to draw a likenessof
Palmes, right guard
Any home or office can have one by using a f school or college. Where circumstances -i thereby ddestroying the foundation of the I right Pourtless guard, right; forward. ; : 'it If I were an artist-therefore I and thousands of pretty and
and giving the patient strengthby
't't render it impracticable to disease speak from positive knowledge.
GAS HEATER carry out the letter of these sugges- I building nature up In the doing constitution Its work.and Theproprietors assisting I The Church League. I -It was my fear that you might be useful gifts of every descrip-
l i tions as to the, method of selectingthe have so much faith in Its i The Church League is composed of ,imposed upon by just such counterfeits -
Committee of Selection will use I' curative powers that they offer One Hun- I five teams one being the Y. M. C. A. that Impelled me to suggest that tion.

!f e Just the thing for heating up the bath room, hall i i'I't every effort to give effect to the i dred cure.Dollars Send for for any list of case testimonials.that It failsto I and the other four from various your manuscript relating to Mrs.
spirit Let it be understood that the I Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, :churches of the city. There is much ;Eddy be submitted to some one thoroughly
1 $ or knocking the chill off the bedroom nights and : examinations are not competitive I Ohio. i interest in basket ball and as it is posted concerning the eventsof
and that the final decision must Sold by all Druggists. TBc. a healthy sport it is being encouraged.The her life.'
'I't t t mornings. Gas.heaters $1.50 to $10. : rest with the Committee of Selection.All tion.Take Hall's Family Pills. for constipa league was recently organizedand "Directly underneath the McClure

r I : candidates must be unmarried the game last night was the I'portrait is a modern signature of Mrs.
and must be citizens of the United opening one of the season. A scheduleof Eddy which might give the impres Gem Book Store

Pensacola Gas States. Candidates are eligible who games to be played during the sea sion that It had been written on this ,
t' i Company i have passed -their nineteenth birth ,son has been adopted as follows: photograph by Mrs. Eddy. This of
I I day but have not passed their twenty- Dec. Presbyterian and Gadsden course could not possibly' be true C. R. Johnson,.Prop..
Phone 148. 24 27
and E. Garden Strsct.i :
fifth birthday on October: 1 of the .Methodist. since the portrait is not a likenessof
................................ .......NNNNN I year in which they are elected. It Rp Dec. 27.-Gadsden Methodist and Mrs. Eddy and never was. in her PLo e 230.

. __ has further been decided that all / a i Episcopal. hands.
Jan. Episcopal and Y. M. C. A. to produce the ._
:; : i scholars shall have reached, before i. "When called upon --- -----
i going to Oxford University at least Jan. 11.-Catholic and Y. M. C. A. photograph from which the picturewas
i the end of their sophomore year at i. Jan. Presbyterian and Episco made and to give the name of IN BUYING YOUR

MAKE IT AMERRY some recognized degree granting uni- I pal. the photographer, the editor of Mc
versity or college of the United I Jan. 25.-Catholic and Gadsden Clure's declined, saying he would
States. I Methodist. I give what Information he could a few
Feb. Presbyterian and Y. M., C. i days later. Holiday Binsdon't
The'sum of 300 pounds can, with
I went to work to obtain evi-
prudence, be made to cover all neces- A.Feb. I "I then
CHRISTMAS expenses at Oxford during the 8.-Gadsden Methodist and Y.M. dence by which I could disprove Mc
sary
University terms, and also duringthe C. A. Clure's allegation a..4 show the pub
vacations. Many of the scholars Feb. 22.-Catholic and Episcopal.Feb. lic that another fare had been substi- forget you can be accommodated -

have availed themselves of the opportunity i 22.-Catholic and Presbyterian. tuted for that of Mrs. Eddy." with the choicest -
I,.. I II March Presbyterian and Gadsden A number of affidavits are appended
to acquire command of the
Methodist that the alleged of useful articles for the
I all to the effect
I I'I'
French and German languages by
L With a gift of a Suit, $10 to 2750. 'I'I spending their vacations on the con i iI ;, March 8.-Gadsden Methodist and picture of Mrs. Eddy, published in Men, Youth and Boys, at
of fact bearsno
Episcopal. matter
McClure's, a
as
the of is :
tinent where expense living !
t ; March ]:Episcopal and Y. M. C. resemblance to the leader of. the prices that make buying a
not great
I This is a splendid opportunity for :f i A- Christian Scientist pleasure.
t : I March ?2.-Catholic and Y. M C. A.
Bring to the friend with some ambitious young man from Florida : March 9.Presbyterian and Episco Men's and Youth's Suits in
joy gentleman
and it is expected that a large : i A constipated condition Is always
I number will enter for the examinations : Women's\ Juliets ,I pal. attended by a sluggish and tired feeling Black, Blue and Fancy,
Anril 5.-Catholic and Gadsden
i at Gainesville on January 1718. : which you can be promptly cured
t. Stetson Hat $3.50. I Metbrwttst. L. L. L. (Lamar's Lemon from $7.50 to $30.Boys' .
a rive states of the American Union i Our New Very by using .
Juliets are April Presbyterian and Y. 1L
failed to furnish a qualified candidate i I ('. A. Laxative.) Suits, ages 3 to 17, all
in 1904 and eight in 1905. It Handsome.That j '
r i I Anril I'.-Gadsden Methodist and styles, from $1.50to
will be a reflection upon Florida not They are Comfortable Beyond Y. M C A..
the friend with Pair Suspenders to have a successful candidate in Any, Other Winter! Feet Covering j I $8.50.Men's .
Delight a of I 1907. I I i I I April 25 Catholic and Episcopal.

A I Finally it should be understood, Every Woman Knows That has Ever;': MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE 70 I Christmas Linens Hats from the 50
f that applicants who successfullypass i Worn a Pair. < Crusher to the $5 Knox.
25 and 50 QEGREES. MINIMUM 62 DEGREESThe
r cents. these examinations In Januarywill All Sizes.
Several Styles and I
Full line of Stetson and Nc
be admitted to Oxford University ] maximum temnara lure at Pen-, laundered

t. ,. without further examination. I $1.OO and $t.5G. sacola) yesterday w-s 70 devrees at 1 'Name at $2.50 and 350.
The following is a schedule of the )>. m- while the minimum was 62 deerees For the Christmas

f: Surprise father with> a fine Pair oft i f examination to be conducted on behalf I We Have Other Styles at 4 a. m. Last: year on the I Kipg Quality or Sncw
Many
: of the trustees"of the Rhodes bequest SEr.!e date the maximum was 53 iegiees dinner you want the Patent or Vici is a nice pres-
January 1907. I In Women's House and the minimum 48 degrees.!
: table linen white.
k Shoes Thursday. January 17, 10 a. m. to ,I I I snowy ent to make, and only from
$3.00 $4.00 or 500. into I Foot Wear. Nomination will
12 noon-Translation from Latin I II Confirmed. Yours be right if $6.
; $3.50 to
rf English. 2 p. m. to 4 p. m.-Latin 1 Boudoirs in Black, Red, Blue j Washington Dec.,. 13.-The senate done
rl Prose.- I 5) p. m. to 7. p. m.-Arithme ,I i today confirmed: the nomination of byThe It costs 'you nothing to
and Pink.
tic. I Judson Clements of Georgia as memo

Friday January 18.=10 a. m.. to Felts in Black, Brown, Red !I ber of the interstate commerce com Star Steam look. Courteous treatmentand
12 noon-Translation from Greek Into I mission. Good Values a Specialty.
O. ANSON English. 2 p. m. to 3 p. m. Latin and Grey. Laundry
r'L. Grammar: 3:10 p. m. to 4:10 p. m.! You'll Find Nothing Wanting That's I Send in your orders now.

I-Greek Grammar. 5 p. m. to 6 p. : Desirable. for extra copies of The .
t CASH CHOTHIER. Journal's 37 E. Garden St. Phone 114
m.-Algebra or geometry. i iI :i
A. A. MURPHREE BOSTON SHOE STORE big Christmas Edition JOE COLEMAN

t Palafox and Main. I Chairman Rhodes Scholars Committee for the of Selectionof State of and they. .will be set aside i Pensacola, Fla. ,

1 Floridr ; Fashionable,Foot) Filters, for you. I: ,. Phone 211. 2l2S.PaafciStZ !


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