The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: December 16, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000373755
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news
Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal

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Rutt and MacFfcrland third. The : /':: t. -.1l i 'U1V'J" { I \: }K1' !.Qj ; ., .. hearing. Mr. Boyer the chairman .,: ..... -"' j, a 4
distance ; j of the .Bond Trustees, 't: .
was 2292 two '
miles laps.
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The following men started In the ; .. ... mf 4 ;; 'p.t I '.
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sprint to decide the -race: .T" .I J>- :r'\IV I 0 I'Q : ;
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Folger Downey. MacDonald. Down 1 '" :, '-'\nr :.. ."' ,. '1' I.: sense .

ing. Rutt. Clark and Emil George. .' :,..'-i,It > .' I !;r .... !! :: ,.. ,/ A'RO-. .:..".'..Jo. 0s is nothing, before this council !'.' = I
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During the last few hours of- the 'J r I _
race picture was presented the like i-;. <, > Jt, t.lfJJ 1 I I c ,. \t with the Board o/ Bond Trustees 1 j ; '
of which has been seldom seen in \ or the contractor-Resolution \i-<. '
introduced by Alderman, : 4: .
Madison Square Garden. Seventeen .
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thousand joined continuous .
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uproar from stx- till ten o'clock. g'1'" ..-et1E" -i M ,::=- .../l-;;: ,: ; -,. ..: ,. .pA'. $ f ing and unanimously passed. :;, "t ",
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Walthour received a great welcome ... "': -:::- \I ,. ...O ,, .. VPJ",' I ternoon at a special session of .
when he appeared on the track __ .f".. : -.y _, _, ;':: ,......... i '40-.: ..... 'JY\ .. .1 I City CounciL Mayor Bliss presh. ,". '!.s \,' ,'

it seven o'clock but he made no effort I'and there were present Aldermen f''
to recover the lap his team was Christie D'Alemberte Maura, Me- b.' 'i I

behind.watched him All closely.the foreign riders PENSACOLA PRESENT OCCUPANCY OF 1 1tUB'A Hugh. Muldon, Reilly Renshaw and- -' '. I ,
HIGH Yongre: : The mayor stated the purpose ,
Only the leaders were allowed to MEXICO FEARS of the meeting to be to hear a tf i .:' f
enter the final mile sprint. statement from H. H. Boyer. who !; i
At the finish the riders were 441 had been invited' to be presentMr. ;; :,1 i
miles behind the'record set by Miller AT FOOTBALL ONLY TEMPORARY .,
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and and Foster WaDer won seven last years year's ago.race,Root this R. .RITRUSTS'Of k .. .. .,..uuu______ I privilege been of the floor after there had :'; J, .t,I F.
some discussion as to certain re .
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being I I : : : = : =: : :: : :. : = :: : : marks he had been quoted as making j j 4 -

tory. In a One-Sided Game by' SILVER PUNCH SET COLORED TROOPERSMAY I Emphatically Declares Chair: and stated that he had made the : 't I

.I PRESENTED TO THE i HAVE ALL RIGHTS I statement that the sewer work was .1 J }

78,000 POUNDS Team Representing Mobile U. S. S. LOUISIANA. 1 THIS COUNTRr RESTORED TO THEM man Littaur in Reply to being improperly done and would i'
leak and that he would bear the expense .

Military In- II By Associated Press. I By Associated Press. John Sharp Wil- of digging up the work if, upon ': f
OF SNAPPERS New Orleans Dec. 15.-In a Washington Dec. 15.-Representative investigation it was not found that -.i I '
stitute. heavy rain here today the Roberts, of Massachusetts liams. the sewers would leak. Nothing he ij } I
battleship Lbuisiana was pre- Reasons'Given That Dictated'i iI ,' today ,introduced a said had beea stated regarding the : ,
1 replacing of the work. Her said that '
sented with a magnificent silver bill making the noncommissioned it I
'FOUR punch set Governor officers and enlistedmen he would reiterate his former statements ..; (.
SMACKS OF SAUNDERS & SCORE AT CONCLUSION OF PLAY I Blanchard made the presentation I Railroad Merger Just of the Twenty-fifth infantry HOUSE COMMITTEE AUTHORIZES i. that the work was improperly 1 : J

CO. ARRIVE WiTH BIG I and the set: was received I discharged by order of 'done and would leak. '; I
Captain Couden, for" the I Consummated the president eligible for reenlistment I Chairman Green of the Bond Trustees ; r

CARGOES. BILE-LOCAL TEAM OUTWEIGHED ship. Capt. Couden said to- ( I The bill is intended I DEFICIT BILL CARRYING then arose and told the council I;:" 1 '
I night that he would not sail that Country.TWO to'restore to these men :that at its last meeting he had made i
ON AVERAGE OF 10 POUNDSTO for a week on account of the i all the rights lost under the OVER HALF A MILLION-FOREIGN :a report upon the matter which }

Receipts of red In Pentscola r break in the starboard engine. I order ol discharge.INEGROES 'covered everything fully.The en-
yesterday were snappers exceptionally THE MAN-ROBERTS AND which was not serious. GREAT TRUNK LINES WITH != I CONTRACTORS BARRED gineers had daily reports from the e ;t,1 :
inspectors, and the reports of the engineers 'II;
iavy, especially by Saunders & Co. BELL THE STARS. -- FROM PANAMA WORK.By '
Four of the fishing fleet of that firm i THOUSANDS OF MILES OF SUB- I ITO to the Bond Trustees were to I "
the effect that the work was being -
reached port and brought in a total ATTEMPT
catch of 82,000 pounds. ,SIDIARY LINES CONTROLLEDBY satisfactorily done. He also stated ; ",
Special to The Journal. FIFTY MILLIONSFOR
Associated Press. .
The vessels that the contractor was willing .o : ,
arriving the
Kwaelnd with 28,000 pounds., the Cavalier Mobile Dec. 15.-The Mobile( Military THE MEXICAN GOVERNMENT ESCAPE PROM Washington, Dec. .-The house take up the sewers laid but would '. .

, with !.OOO pounds the Pris- Institute defeated the Pensacola tHigh I THE CHICAGO UNDER DEAL JUST CLOSED. committee on appropriations Jo-day demand remuneration for this work .
'colla with 24.060 founds, and the Na- School team here today by a' authorized a favorable 'report on the and also that the work was not yet t
tullus with 6,000 pounds. All of the score of :35; to 0. The game was one CONVICT FARMPy urgent deficit bill carrying 581500. re' y for testing.l r t..

fish were large ones, and the catcher sided which was due to Mobile out.! STREEt RAILWAY I Consideration of the bill was taken up IB reply to a question from Mr. ,,
were made in a short time consider 1 weighing the visitors. average of, I I By Associated Press. immediately. I I Boyer Chairman Green said that he .. aI 1
lug the size of the cargoes. ten pounds to the man. j I i i Mexico. Dec. .-r-Minister of Fi- Associated Press. I other items the bill carriesone I I did not know what kind of a test :
By Associated Press. Limantour has to ; would be made but that it would be I
-- Pensacola team work nance presented JackSon. Miss./Dee. 15As the result thousand dollars r
showed poor Chicago, Dec. .-The committeeof hundred and fifty J
I and seemed: -to lose confidence after the city council and representativesof congress the reasons prompting the ,. of a.free-for-all fight (covering the I for mileage to officers and contract a proper one, as the city had employed ,

MEETING OF :the first touch down by Mobile after the street railway companiss Jlexlcon government to consummatethe desperate attempt of" negro convicts surgeons made necessary by the reliable and competent en ;. I

five minutes play. However duringthe agreed today on fifty million dollars great railroad merger by which ,: to escape from the Oakley convict;; Intervention in Cuban affairs. 1,gineers. -i; (
time the ball was in the handsof as the price to be paid for the traction the republic controls two great trunk farm, twenty miles southwest of this' John Sharp Williams asked if a I Alderman Renshaw then took the ;
THE TRAVELERS School they showed lines with thousands cf miles of subsidiary ,' this afternoon, CaptaiiC J. N.| the floor. lie said he was the !
the High boys : properties, should the city decide to city pledge!; had been given by govern- .
I ICOtJNCH. I grit and force in their piVTheir opponents purchase.The lines owning practically all ,: Buckley in charge of the hospital and j I ment that the present occupancy of bring the matter before the '1 .
were too heavy however. committee decided to recom- the big lines of the country. I;; Sergeant John Dodds were seriously Cuba was but temporary. Mr. Lit and had done so upon the

| The feature of the game was a mend to the< council the passing of an The main reason expressed Is that 'wcunded. Captain Buckley suffered aseven I taur chairman of the committee re- of Mr. Boyer who was a citizen ; '
332 HELD MEETINGAND the government was forced into the, inch gash across his chest and taxpayer and' thoroughly
NO. double and forward pass on the part ordinance allowing the purchase of plied: "Unqualifiedly yes.
lof Mobile which netted thirty-five the properties at the price named. deal en a large scale for fear of what i Dodds had his left arm broken. t and this being'the case he tbew'I 1 .
INITIATED FOUR NEW he styled the great railroad trustsof I I The fight etween.two negroes in ,doubt that Mr. -Boyer had s.. : 1 1
yards. The last touch down was made i I! It is the intention of the city to own ; I
States. He said if defensive -! for gene some opinion or impression of
the United ,was the-signal a I ;
the hospital
with and all street inChicago. MRS. KATHARINEB. .
MEMBERS. only five.seconds to play. operate car systems. : : not .
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Roberts for 1 action was not taken in Mexico -'eral' fight in which ten other negroes work as to why was
and fine ball
Pensacola. Bell played and some great system of the United took par ''Dodd upon entering the I !.done, and he would like to t.
while Chamberlain
Spotswood I States would enter the republic and :I I room was, badly beaten and Buckley+ CHANDLER DIES further from Mr. Boyer along I
made the most effective
Council No. 332. United Commercial work for the locale. II PRIVilEGESVILL swallow the transportation facilities'I[ was cut across the chest by a negro I lines. U I I b

Travelers, held a very largely of the country which he character named i Cooper. Cooper'was disarmed I Mr. Boyer's Views. :t t >

attended meeting last night in the C. I ized "as a peril which was now alarm by a negro named Pluney and seeing I AGED LADY WHO HAS LONG BEEN !: Mr. Boyer then gave his views. .:' 1
I K. of A. Hall on Intendencia street TORN TO PIECES NOT BE LOWFDBy I ing the people of the northern republic. this the others escaped. said that what pipe he had seen late 1
tea four new members were initi- Governor Vardeman came on a A RESIDENT OF PENSACOLA j I had been placed underground onf '
when he arrived section at a time. For instance this: t ,
ated. These were S. R. Thames O. special train 'I
I By Associated Prest. The guilty PASSES AWAY. excavation would be made sufficiently : ; ,, '
had been restored.
M. and K. R
Baker quiet .
Padertck. f Washington Dec. 15.Attorney- FOUR KILLED I IN ones will be punished and Pluney will large to permit the laying of om ;. :'

After this business the members General Moody notified the United be pardoned for disarming Cooper. Mrs Catherine B. Chandler, an aged section. When this was done aa: ",. j I'
States marshal at Valdosta Ga.. that and highly respected resident of Pen- other excavation would follow and "i: ',
discussed accommodations .
Between railroad Jacksonville, the government would not tolerateany RAILROAD WRECK HARTJE APPEALS TO sacola. passed away late yesterday the soil from this excavation would' ;1{.
Pensacola and By Associated Press special privileges to Greene and THE SUPREME: COURT afternoon after a short Illness. be used to fill the one just laid. la '

and improvements that are neededto Knoxville Te'nn, Dec. 15.Sixmen Gaynor. who it is alleged have been Death occurred at her home. No. 114 this manner the sand was bound to ;,r. '" .,
afford comfort and convenience met instant death by a dynamite allowed to leave the jail and who Bv Associated Press. .West Chase street She had reached inside the pipe. In connecting the .
far Dec 15.-Augustus go
travelers but no action was taken. I explosion this afternoon about twenty- had received treatment other than : By Associated La.! Dec.Press.15.-Four r Pittsburg.Hb-llant Pa. in the recent divorce :the age of 79 years and, was born in sections Jute would be placed around : b
four miles from Newport Teniu Just that accorded to other prisoners. He Donaldaville Hartje, decided Massachusetts,' though she moved the end that entered the ben of the : : .'
and two seriously
LOOT killed his wife which was .
BANK SAFE; the state line.in North Carolina. persons were case against I where married little cement
across threatened if the order-was not strictly collision betweena the early to Tennessee she ,other section and then a A
appealed case
head-on him.
I They were employed in buildingan Injured in a against and until she that It could not be ... \.
WRECK BUILDING observed that it might 'be: necessary ani a freight train on along to the supreme court tonlay. I in 1844. resided there "dabbed" on but .
extension to the Tennessee and to remove the prisoners to an- passenger here 'to-day. No'passengers came to Pensacola.- I.I I. done properly for the reason that the "
North Carolina railroad. I curve near Safe. She leaves three Charles, be partly covered with \ --
Associated Pre a.. other place. J killed but several were Steamer Ireland sons. pipe would
Fort Sini th, Ark, Dec. 15.-Robbers I A load of dynamite for a blast exploded I were braises.I Ashland Wls. Dec.. 15.-The tug I I Benjamin and John 'Chandler of this sand. In his opinion the Jute shouldbe ., ,f'J.
dot the safe in the bank at Lincoln. I while it was being tamped Big Fire at Baton Rouge. I!!Injured by included? Mall Carrier B. Arthur which'rE''1U-ned tonight reports city and one daughter. Mrs. J. W. rammed back Into the bell but;In i.t I
dead .
Ark, today, securing eighteen hun- tearing six men to shreds and injuring Baton Rouge Dec. 15.-The plant of I I I The Messenger Wood- the steamer Ireland. which was James, who resides in Tennessee but some Instances he tad seen pieces :;-iI, r
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Bred dollars. The safe was wrecked a seventh. The victims are all the Standard Box factory was burnedto D Allen names un believed to have been lost, riding at I who came here Thursday to bf. ,at the f ::4I
and two
and the building partially demolished white men, with families living near. the ground to-night The'loss' is [worth r '- anchor near. Sand Island... '::. bedside of her mother.. (Continued on Fourth Pap.)r': i I t
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{ Women's Newest Style Winter Coats. and Ties for Christmas Gifts.

bimfenders put tip one ta each how: extra fancy *8-.3I( wtb-. tors* ,are
I SrssI$ B4* Coats, strict/ tailored at staaWi3
: *f CMU, made *f fest/tt Ker. y, UjM Green Tan, Caster ad Black! Sterling flYer EscJdes at 73c, $1 11J5 and JIS3L

J tLst aUtJf trimmed, at I2S.b1.J. Ties put up one to cadi box an silk, elaborate stasis at 75e eadt

.tS .B-sric.:. Tfctfcet Coatst trimmed with braid. or tapof.It+td.d strap..*,, .special .from Now is the Time :to, Buy for Christmas Wlute and Fancy Vests for the Swe3 dressers. '

1 Blat* 1radcoth Coats. from $74O .;" :z...... .:; i- Fancy Hosiery. far men from real pit a colors ep-t* 'th. real bud COM at ti.

Eters effect s-tts $i&.JO and $1 .5fl- *., '.f Look over this list and see if there isn't something named. that you 23 a4 53 ceats. ,
Cravarettt Coats from f7JO up.. ,f- c Take our word far it, yea might search tae vhC* _tenra'e-vcr sad J"OI.I
r.ti CoatsHor the RttH **.. frees f* t p. need. You'll save money on anything you buy here, and youU get goods eeultfnt find! aiytSirg mare' acceptable as Xmas praalta.I .

- f will be both fine in quality and attractive in design. Do your Christthat -.
i tl mas shopping at this store and Save money. I

Furs As Christmas Gifts. ... What Is More Acceptable Than a Nice Hat for Christmas?
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I Bleed and Fancy Fun, both plain and fancy effects, at $1-25 11.50. U- S2SO and l' '" Stetson Hats'at $1.50.r- -

up. to VGGC.Fancy .. .. No Name Hats at $3X0. -
I Neckwear, Lace and Embroidered designs, very lord, at lOW lie tSc .S:*. : Metr Hats at.%VSO and 12LOQL

Mid up. Underwear, Ute kind that will keep you warm Pure CaSfermia Wool at $2JC
f Plain. effects at 29 as and W cone,. and S3..OO. .
i CnifT&n RuT, for street wear, at isle. a A cheaper grade at 75e to $2X0) per Suit.

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The most conrplet: line In the city to select from. r 1'F They would please anyone; nothbtg could M amore acceptable than a tr.t pj;ref
Ail Btlfc. with Geld Handles at .... 1.14.. 11, sa and M. K + -
Snoes that has the right style and wearing qualities about them. A. cf CJrI.ces ;
ii 0 AH Silk with Sterling Stiver Handles at 14, $5. 14. 17 and ..... .
Past Black to both su"
I ..... from the real article, at "..., $,.>> and $1,79, i tfcenDunlap Shoes at 55, Packard Shoes at $3JO and $e.

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Some Gift Hints in Goods.
Fancy M
Christmas Gloves for Men.

1 1 I Comb and Brush Bo.... Glove/ and Handkerchief Boxes, Hand Mirrors and -.
All of cur Cloves have the right styIeand right .price attached; to trr iRt 13
; hundreds of others also' Ornamental Combs Waist ft.t- Purses, > -, '
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If you are out looking! tar'a present that, be appreciated, by ailrer a4Ts r.t
Belts, Buckle*, Hair Pins Cottar Pin and Peter Pan Purees all to be had .
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j I iJ Gloves and Handkerchiefs Make Good Christmas Presents Gloves for the Ladies As Christmas Gifts. ,

Women's $ and 1* Button Glace Kid at S2JO and $3.50-
i !:i M fl *uotataire Gloves, If Buttons! light colors, at $ .50. ;, J Do you know that there Is but one place in town to get a ;.:r ef Shoes ;19:i

Kid.Cloves Paris 4. iris a full line of Colors, $1X0 ard $1.50. with the right style and price attached to them and that is at Js&asan 4 Son's, :
'I Ladles' Initial/ Handkerchiefs, put ,In A box. from $1 up. t
Men Initial/ Handkerchiefs, put 'in a box from $1.25 up. the store that sets. more Shoes than all the others and the store that can ft A
Han'krchief'' for tne littJe ones, put In boxes, at ISc 29c and 25c. Y () !.
.1 i Embrordsred and lau Handkerchiefs from 25c up to $3.50 each. se any kind of a foot, whether. It be small or large .Front $1-50 to CSC. '
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11 Silks Make the Ideal
YI Rugs As Xmas Gifts. How Would You Like a Nice Suit For Christmas? B BI

I i i F Xmas Presents. Christmas Millinery. .
Handsome, artistic/ effects that
: represent the I There I Is nothing in this town that can approach a Sterling Brand Suit for a M

;q a I 44 44'lnth-Inch Ombre Ombre effect- from. from$1X0$1X0 up..up. best expression of the weaver's art those decided. It has never before been our privilege to present man-the same may be said of Overcoat*-they have that charming style aol R
' : U-iflth &h.lmj Cloth at $f 50. ly floor picture so fun of warmth that to
k serve such an Irreelstlblly charming/ array of high-class
., / modest price attached to them that. you can find no where else in this tswn.
M-inch Broadcloth at $1X50. $1.25 and $1.50.,, _
t + >>.In," Crepe d* Pan at $1J o. I| complete the'luxurlous appointments of the home. Millinery as 'that which now graces our parlors From,the very cheapest up to the very best. g
. Plaid tilks. Ombre effect at 11.50
I Tapestry Rug flC-50 up. Every color and trimming scheme that is within A line of Clothing for the Send to rJ
. ( f Plaid 'iik. Tartans effects, at $140. complete boys. your boys us; we can dress
- Pekli Ktripe* at $1.00. minter Rug, 9x12 $Z5 '- the realm of
: up. good taste. them at a small cost to
'f up. very you.
Crepe de Cheine at $140 and $ .25. .
::1 J And many ether* at the right price I I Royal Wilton Rug, fx12, $30 and $eO.

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Book Store. ,to elect your C rtitPrMents. 'i

R. K. WHITE, A glance at their show wrfedew w':1 i
.P,tn...ft...**l,1&4..11.)*.*,lr, oil Gadralrrilch..3a help you to select suitable 3>*U for boll
1 PonI euttt Ptnt ela. ria. young and old.
II CITY All kinds of toys. games. *jT*. story
I FACTORY Y CH SERVICE books. etc.* for the amusement ef t e (.t-
tIe folks.

lyToli r i Handsome painted leather boon bocks,
!' T rs I t manicure sets cuff and collar bores,
handkerchief boxes. clove boxes alaw"s'Christmas
'. cards etc, will make sultabi!
Mica Maggie. [ UcCasklll I.i In the Special Agent of the Labor And Board of Works Is Allowing Moore.Ice Factory Commences Rev. J.B. Cummings Reaches The First for CadetEngineerIs gifts for yoyr friends and relatives.
city on a visit, to Irl. J. W. Sealer Large lot of fire works Just rKelyecors !

CtL j I! Bureau Left Last Night'I I Only Electric Construction of 72- Here From Dothan and Be Held Here

lion. Fred. T. Mm, of TaJlalha.J.1
114;>e, Is I In the city on a hort bualnees J I, For' Savannah.I i Signs to Remain.The Ton Plant. Will Preach To-Day. January 7. BOOK STORE,

visit, and I I. being warmly greeted by; I
I RPV. J. B. the
Cummings new pas-
M* many friends. !I I I Frederick C. Croxton, special agent tor of the First Methodist church, Brent Building. Phone 235.
1 Kitr copies of The Journal'sChrttmas of Commerce the bureau and of Labor labor,who department Friday of Board of Works and the police I Ground was broken yesterday for who was recently assigned to this 1 I The first .tamlnaUon.tp, be.held for
Kdltlon be had at this epent officials are now seeing to it that the I the foundation of a new building of church by the Alabama conference,
office> neatly wrapped may In specially and Saturday in the'city left ordinance) prohibiting signs in front of I the Moore Ice Works In which that reached the city yesterday from Do- I I positions In the reventfe cutter ser- UPTODATEHOLIDAY

printed' wrappers and rudy to mall will last eight continue for his Savannah where. he stores where they are suspended over i firm will Install a 72-ton ice manufacturing -than Ala. where he has been in I vice in this city Is to be conducted

to friends A copy of this edition ImestlgatkmsMr. Pensacola/ sidewalks, is complied with. The or-1 plant. Material for the com charge of the church for several. Jan. 7th,. and Lieut Bryan, in charge
Croxton to not
will form as fine a ChrUtrcas remembramo only for the purpose came of procuring ata-fdlnance j I prohibits any sign other than I II I mtncement of the building ia on the years. I of the cutter Penrose, has received
a transparent one and lighted by I ground, and the construction work will depot
a* one could nnd a friend Unties 2nd Information labor Mr Cummings was met at instructions from the department
In'To'hr. ': upon either gas or electricity. now co rapidly for*ard. Tfie building by a number of gentlemen and is as
I in this city together with I Recently the order was given that]!lii to adjoin the present ice factory the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Mc to the examination.
The full irate Christmas tree which I the pay received and number of hours I all permits granted parties to place'.of the company but will be much Millan at their borne on Gregory Heretofore examinations have
appears I elsewhere in The Journal to-I!(I worked, but more especially to pro- larger GIFTSFOR
j I various feigns in front of their placesof street. been
conducted in
:Jay and containu the adv data upon immigrant This included Washington, andit
rU.elQer.t'1 j jjf jrure I business be revoked and the ]I
police will the -
large number ot I the class of immigrants now The plant is to be a modern one }Ir. Cummings occupy pulpit I was necessary for applicants to go
mer- officials were notified to see that the](!containing all of the latest improved at the Palafox street church at'I to that city but tinder the new orderthey
t l the section and the clais desired
rhants. was Mrs. Sidney' SINGLE AND MEN
gotten up by were MARRIED
R Itl" orders obeyed. ||i machinery and will enable the company both the services today, and it is [I can take' examination in this ,-
Kahn who is not residents.Lar F&nc-y'Vests. New of fiJs: t.
only Style
an enterprising .
ml solicitor but who I is also night before departing for Savannah Since then a number of,signs havebeen \, to manufacture ice at a much expected that exceptionally large I city and thua save the time and expense -i lIas. Sift Reefer and J.lufflf'nI, T'.\' t
," a terratile removed and in one instance an' less cost than is now being done. congregations will be present at both of making thelong trip. It Is Cases and Bag. Initial i..r.1tchiefs
newspaper woman ..( hU next point to obtain 1i : I Individual Boxes of NorV ar *: *
'ner.tlT'1 arrest was made where the party refused -
The been the services to the
machinery has ordered greet new pastor. l
{expected that the examination will j .
i stated that his had
Mrs. Kahn was for several ear eraI formation, be visit : '' Suspenders and lots of others.
li > ''tarn and that to comply with the Instructions, some time and will arrive here within The new pastor will return to Do ]I consume four days.. Agent for the Celebrated IHwei $
a satisfactory one
: loyed I on the Montgomery AdrertUer very information I and I in the municipal court yesterday: 'a short time, and it ia the Intention than ia a few days and will then arrange I The change was'made in order to
he considerable
had procured
and! of valuable
there xcurH! deal
li f a great of a very valuable nature, morning I was fined $10 and cost I to hare it installed and ready for to bring his family to this I induce more young men to competefor Hats.STONE
in tho experleuce.near future She taking contemplates ad ,!I which would be forwarded to his department -:' The ordinance was passed to safeguard -:"operation' before the opening of another city, where he will make his home. the positions in the department
up ;' ;: pedestrian who might be In- season. He lg not a stranger In Peasacola
1 : This included the ( which are, about the same as in the
t. writing as a regular cork.It :. I It jured by signs which were not properly The has oft having preached here some THE HABERDASHER.
of the German Immigrants in the present plant a capacity years army and navy, and all young men
t Is In (ho'flavor. 'rry-Blue t1uibnnl( !I tl'erdiclo I country, who seem well sail a-I suspended, and it is the. intentionto % tons and the new plant with its since and upon that visit made quitea are invited to take the examination, 222 South palafox Street
that it is enforced.ENTERTAINMENT
see capacity of 72 toni, will give the com large. number of friends. The ,
position for which the examination
well ,
I Vanilla Absolutely pure. Rope twice fled and prosperous, as as statistics -! Telephone 1431
t ''' pany a daily output of over 100 tons. I ICapt 1 I Is to be held here on the 7th of
ns' far and the Mine, Ribbon upon labor conditions and the I .1 Manistique Reaches Port. i
f I It Ask for lo1avor"I'f remuneration of the laborer I Moore who has been conducting I next month is that of cadet-engineer -
25c --
Perfection. the II BY the business of one of the other Duluth Minn., Dec 15.-The steamer -! -
I and the salary attached is !
.. exceptionally rI
J Macltlque. which reported lost
FOREIGN CONTRACTORS : plants of the firm, intends making i b! good. Heretofore the regulations
i WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A Pensacola his' and will look Is safe at Port Arthur. She made;'
required the applicant to have. servedsix
i SHIPMENT OF LADIES "DUCHESS" SISTERS: OF ,MERCYNext Fonally after the business. port this evening after a terrific battle'I months at sea but this has been : Atmore & Sons
with the heavy seas
Washington.\ Dec -Foreign contractors -
OXFORDS.WM. modified and now, if all other requirements > I
JOHNSON & SON. will be barred from competition --- -- _.
9 and 11 SOUTH PALAFOX. for the completion of the Panama ; are met the applicant
; !I Tuesday Dec. 18 there will will be given six months service at Mince Meat
canal, according to an announcement I
f 3ea on one cf the revenue vessels. I
Ii I''by chairman Shontz, of the canal court be a Christmas entertainment given
Those in Pensacola
and in Florida
BALL BY L4D1ES.j t: mission, today: at the C. K. of A. ball for the benefitof BYTHEAIDOFHostetter's who desire to enter the examinationcan :{'i
'The bond to be required of the
suocessfui the Sisters of Mercy; which in obtain,full particulars from Lieut. I'I What Is Christmas,without
bidder will be reduced to two r -
its will e Bryan of the cutter Penrose.
AUXILIARYThere million dollars. various forms continue from Mince Pie? A delicacy for

3 p. m. to 11 p. m. it TiJhiBitters'! thousands of sickly J I the old and young alike.
-. .. e hv been people Pensacola/ Lodge, No. 42. F. 4 A. M.
----- ----- robust health during the We have Atmore & Son'sMince
The old stand-by, Santa Claus, will past S3 Pensacola .
8T Qaca + years arid many have unUrilr Lodge 1<:s 42 F. &
t testWed
I of course be in evidence; and among r This new should encourage an other sickly to the fact -*. MTftu Regular communlca- I Meat, guaranteed
will \.14' a ball given at the RheumatismDoes the other forms of amusement will be e follow their example. You'11 make no mistake la people JHostetter's to A 7(:W. Visiting brethren. December frater-20. pure
to try
Cnlhollc Lall the eveningof Mince Meat, bulk, 1/c.
Knights OQ ; "Jack Homer's Pie.; filled with presents DAlly nvited.
Dec. 21 by the Lndlea Auxiliary of not let go of you having strings attached, which F6LOMOX T. E.'HOWE.- W M. Mince Meat Sib glass/ Jars, $1-23
the Locomotive B. M. S < 'Y. Mince Meat 31b glass Jars 75c.
; pro. will create an,endless amount of merriment
reed of hlch will be given to charity -Jwfaen: you apply lotion _orliniments. among the children. The Magic i Order Eastern Star, Mince Meal, Sib> pall. ?Sc. .

This will be the regular charltaM It siloosensIts Well will be another feature. and .,,ill /snclal meeting of' the Floe I Mince Meat, condensed 10c pkg.
i i I
Ida Chapter. No. 1C Orderleetinj
j entertainment whl h'tbo ladles. i
be presided over by ,Mlssea Mildred
]taatern Star.,for
have given annually for a nU.lI\btor.'of; bold for a while. Why? Deltorhpblaye and Katie Cusacfesnefreshment8wUl .. Stomach Bitters (tf' ,. o3kr for P\lrpo.ensuing 01 I
year*. Dancing win begin promptly be on sale consisting f I 5wyear. Bjc authority of dis-
Because to rM of il 'Ii.e pensaths .from the Grand
at 8 cluck it
get _
'music furnished by youmwt of chicken salad J and ice cream H aspeeiany compounded for Lodz
:. narrtoV. orchestra. Three prices 'win r. acid with< all kind o{ the* most delicious echo and making tb. dlgestlon strenRthe l'erttICt. Ong weals. _. }lR .ELL BBTKR. W. M. Sol I Calm & Go
b., IIff'Mtnteon6 correct the. contftkm sure to rare MISS MARY BAGOETT '
to the most popular tale From 7-to 111ntbe epenlnjc agumbosupper eaioy'good e&1th. It curee an0 n'" 1'OyspepdaCostIveness ., Sec v

(. each lady .IUU'If married or sidle and one of the Wood on which will be srred. AU the Rillag. Poor Appetlt., .Hgrtburv......i. II'',,, era", F.. lour WE HAVE JUST- RECEIVED- -A The Fur Food Stope. I
f> the bust lady and gentleman Bloating :
proceeds: will be for the benefit of the ao"'onla. Colds and CAUIe; ""
ilanrcr, During the evening gumbo ltd -.. Hoo Sana- Don t &QOept aartb ,, t SHIPMENT OF LADIES "DUCHESS" $..lli.MtCenierPalaIsi as< lall""cI';
SUt place
.! rn.l otbf rtJrf'tihment( will be lenred. r.er8. of ),"Mercy.,BarripaQrctotra. Music .wW, and fjtumished1J .want- --t"e beets relJUl.. .!.:droggtsta- "'of, Holt.' '.emit.:. loa. t OXFORDSw.- .. .* .. PhonesJJJgI
intlsblon( will be 25 ccnti. paiiIIa has cored thooswde. admission Is free to alL 1\I r WM. JOHNSON SON..
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Thousands of Useful and Practical Articles for Christmas will be Offered


Leather Bags, Beaded Bags, Jeweled Bags, Toilet Cases, Collar, Cuff 1500 Sample Dolls at 1-3 Less Than Value I ,

and Handkerchief Boxes, Fancy Mirrors, Post Card and Photo Albums; : ,.
Be' Sure to See DOROTHY, the Doll Queen.'i L I
Perfumery, Stationery, Traveling Bags and Suit 'Cases, HandPaintedVases .
This handsome doll, beautifully dressed. in light blue Japanese silk, with lace and pearl ; i

Novelty Boxes, Jewel Boxes, Glove Boxes, Garter and SuspenderSets trimmings WILL BE GIVEN AWAY ON CHRISTMAS EVE to the fortunate little girl holding i

and hundreds of other articles that will make very acceptable holiday the winning number in the Doll competition. .

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

to the BUISY STORE and look around. _: One l lot 19c and 25c Dressed Dolls to go in this sale for lOc. SOc Dolls to go at 25c. lr. ', !

: See the wonderful bargains in-Dolls now ,going at 5c, lOc, 19c, 25c; to $2.50. They are ,j I

SPECIAL BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT FROM NOW UNTIL CHRISTMAS. .'g oing'awfully) 'fast, so don't wait, but'make your-selectIons early.


$10 Gun Metal Taffeta Silk Suits to go at____$6.9O OUR READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT. $7,50 All-Silk Taffeta __________ .- {
$12.50 and $15 Taffeta Silk Suits to go now at 9.75 $9 Swiss Taffeta Silk Petticoats for________.. 0..5 I
From Now Until Christmas.BARGAINS UI
$18 Taffeta Silk Suits to go at ______________ '13.9O. $10 Imperial Taffeta Silk Petticoats to go for 7.7S :: d

m BARGAINS IN WAISTS.I BARGAINS IN COATS, IN SUITS. SPECIAL SILK BARGAINS. Special Dress Goods Bargains. J 100 Pairs Sample :; t '. .

it 60 Sample Waists, made of mercerized $5.00 Tourist Coats in gray.' *or $15.00 'Gray Plaid Jacket Suits, 36-ln. Pagoda Taffeta Silks, all 15c Cashmere and Persian Cotton .
Poplin. In blue green brown Chevron Worsted, Velvet black velvet collar and buttons, colors regular 90c quality Challles. special for.. .. .. ..V/z {
and white worth $1.00 each collar cuffs and piping and buttons jacket"Satin lined plaited skirt for .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .We. i 28-inch. New Dane Mohair Suit
special .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .69c. for this sale .. 00. .. .,.$2.95 special for this sale .. .... ..$7.95 36-in. Black Imperial'\ Taffeta ings, in cream black or blue Curtains t : :
$1.50 Mercerized Pongee Waists $16.50 Ladies Tailor Suits in man- Silk $1.39 value, for ... .. .. .98c. worth 40, special for .. .. .. ..29c, ".. ..
made stylishly with tine tucks $9.00 Black Light Weight .Kersy nish Coat; or short jacket 65c New Mannish Tweed Suit- -.
and pearl buttons in white or Jacket with velvet collar, styles,in Panama or unfinished Bargains .in. ..new. stylish Plaid ings .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...495One Rennaissance and Nottingham i : '
.. .. Silk at .49C; 89c, 98c & $1.19 in Cluny
black special for .. .. .. ..1.19 special for this sale-: $8.90 worsted in gray blue or black lot of Imported Tweed and :
special forthissale.. .. ..$13.50 One lot of 50c quality neat style worth
; $2.50 Mercerized Pongee Waists $10.00 Tourist Coats in gray,or i. .. .. Fancy Suitings $1.50
Dress Silks, special for 35c.
$20.00 Cloth Suits in blue or black Strictly and
buttonhole per yard agents sample pieces new correct .
embroidered and plaid with black velvet '
tucked in blackor piping stylishly made with braid and Best 50cJ! Velveteens for ShirtWaists special at .. .. ..' .. .. .. .69c- ,
a great..bargain.. .. .. .. .. and collar and cuffs special for buttons, also stylish green and In all colors special ,.39c. i 25c double width Ombre Plaid .
white at $1.49 this sale 00 .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$8.90 .. style to for less than regular '
gray mixtures, jackets satin 75c Boulevard! Corduroy:; i Suitings, choice styles for 18c. go
$3.00 Tucked BlacK Batiste Embroidered"and Waists $12.50 Covert Box Coat self lined a'spec1 l bargain at ...$15.90 special for .. .." .. .. .. .. .49c.- $1.50 Broad Cloth in black andal -
special $2.39 $25.00 Cloth and Worsted Suits, I \ the popular colors special, Be sure to see them before I
strapped with braid and buttons 40c Plain.Jap Silks, all colors prices.
pi 3.50 Black Taffeta Silk Waists .
W special .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$2.59 castor only special for .8.95. .be&.ugfulIy'd, In brown, blue, ,., a spe\I -.berPlnt.\! .v '..29c. I pe/yard .." )::__.- .- !., -> .$1.19
or black jackets lined ,,\f1t.h L ,, J3 cst.3!>c. Ip.hair. Sultinsto go .
$5.00 Taffeta Silk Waists, beautifully $15.00 Black Kersy Coats stitchedand Skinner satin', velvet and braid "SOc" Silk Crepe de Chene "all- at .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .39c. they are picked over. Very special
.. .. .. .. .. .. ,
p trimmed in tucks folds satin piping, special .. ..$10.90 trimming.a great; bargain at $17.50 colors, for .59c. One case of Finest Amoskea
buttons in black white and $30.00 French Cloth Suits, In blue' $ 9'3G.1ncb. fifack' p au' de Sole Teazledowns, 12 Vic quality all bargains,at69c,95cJ,49$3.95
navy special ..00 00 00 ... ..$3.95 $9.00 'Rain-proof Coats oxford brown or black, very handsome to go ford..' '.. i.1: .... .. .. 98c. the dainty patterns special ....10c. t
$6.50 Plaid'TafE'ta Silk Waists only, strapped and braided, a Uy made trimmed in'braid and. $1.00, 26-Incn Black, Peau de Sole Mill Ends of 7c and 8c Flannelettes -. 69 and I
"' stylishly made, a bargain at ..$4.69 special bargain for .. .. :..$5.95 buttons a great bargain at ...$24.90 for1 ..- .. '.. -";. .. .; .. .. .79c. for .. .. .. .. .. .. .5c. $4, $5.90 per pair.

I In 1 Be> Sure to See the Following Lines Arranged! On Special Bargain. Counters : :. I ';; ill

r 15c Amber and Shell Back* 25c Linen Paper and Envelopes''' Hurd's Best 40c' box all-Linen Men's 65c large wash Jap Silk

( Combs .. .. .. .... .. .. .. In boxes per box .. .. ._ .. writing paper per box .. .. Initial Handkerchiefs .. .. rirta
15c English Bristle ToothBrushes ,. .. .... 50c Ladies' Novelty Opera Bagsin 60c English Bristle Hair
.. ., .. .. ., ,. .. 29c Pearl Belt Buckles fancy velvet and satin .. Brushes, set in aluminum .. a
::5c: Filled Gold Cuff and; 65c and 75c Belts in Silk with .
19c Full Nickel Match Safes .. .. .. .. Special Holiday 40c' Basket with bottle of best jeweled buckles .. .. '.. .. :
Shirt Waist Set
j* 15c and 19c Beauty Pins .< .; 00 perfume .. ... .. .. .. .. .. Fancy Plaid Silk Belts .. .. .. ..-
25c All-Silk Garter Elastic as-

Splendid Cambs .. Quality.. .. .. .Dressing. .. .. sorted colors .. .. .. .. .. ,"- Presents for Men. 40c fancy Folding decorated Shaving backs Mirrors.. _.. 75c Beaded Elastic Belts .. ..
75c Leather Back Flexible Now
Now Now n
Men's 15C Patent Elastic Gar tic Sample Half Hose. .. .. I? OVd 75c: Gilt, and Oxidise eBlt Clothes Brushes .. .. .. ..
ters .T ., .. ..1'. .. =.. .... Men's 23c Coin Purses .. ., .. Buckles ., .. .. .. .. .. .. Best 75c Pure Bristle, wood
Ladles' Fancy Elastic Gartersin Men's Suspenders, French patEnt $1.25 Washussett Shirts, Ladles 75c Hair' Barretts, set back aluminum face brushes 4s
boxes .. .. .. .. with jewels .. .. .. .. .. % doz. Ladles Handkerchiefsin
: .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. II ,
special 95c.; .. .. .. ..
iiai; steamer-trunks
One Lot of 19c Brushes, Collar
65c Novelty Turqoise
extra good .. .. .. .. .. .. G Oi'lg 25c Ladies' All-Linen Hemstitched G 0.J I.1 D g Scarf Pins from 25c to ettes .. ._ .. .. .. .. _..... GoingAT 65c Novelty Valises with % GoingAT
Extra Good Quality Whisk Handkerchiefs :i. c" ,; 75c Amber and Jewel Back doz. linen handkerchiefs ....

Brooms .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 25c Washable String Ties .. .. l.49-new designs. Camps ,'.. .. .. .. .. .. .. Ladies 60c Venus Supportersone ..
New line Neckwear 25c pair in box per box
15c Pearl and Turquoise Bead 35c Folding Shaving :Mirrors .. Ladies 73c Silk Belts with

Necklaces .. .. ,.' .. .., .. .-. AT 23c English Bristle ToothBrushes AT to 69c-choice styles. fancy buckles .. .. .. .. "- 65c linen Novelty handkerchiefs Telephones. with.. ..H.. f''f G
49c:} Corduroy and Velvet.,Belts .. .. .. .. .. .... ; y
with buckles .. .. ....; .. .. New Suspenders in holiday 75c Rolled Gold Plate. Cuff_ Buttons 75c Coral Bead Necklaces
Best 23o Compound Talcum ., .. .. .. .. .. .... Ladies 75c Novelty Jet Collars -
15c Buckles Silver..and.. ..Gold.. .. Belt.... Powder .. .. .. .; .. .. ... 1 boxes, 35c and 49c. 75c Solid Silver Watch: Fobs.,. .. .. .. .. .. .. ......-

15e Fancy Plaid Belts .. .. .. 1 0 C. :Men's 25c Pocket Knives .. .. fJ: ra u. Cuff Buttons, all late styles Best 75c: Men's Suspenders.,... 25c. 65c Back and Combs 75c Jet.. and.. u Jeweled.. .. 49c.
Beat Bristle 15c Tcoth Brushes D 25c to $1.25.InirCr5011 75c; Silver and Gold Brooches
25c Fancy Plaid Belts .. .. .. Gilt and Oxidise Jeweled
fancy handles .. .. .. .. .. 75c Lines of Gloves and Hand
Watches .. .. ....
Ladies 15c Fancy Embroidered Men's 25c Cuff Buttons .. .. .. guar- kerchief boxes.. '.. .. .. h Belt Buckles

Handkerchiefs ". .. .. .. 25c Shell and Bone Hairpins, anteed, nickel, gilt, gun metal 75c Bisque Dolls with long I 75c Sterling Sets Top.. .Novelty. .. .. .ShirtWaist ..
Men's Best 15c Handkerchiefs per box .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Ingersoll Watch Chains, hair'and moveable eyes .. ,. Ladies Fancy Elastic Garters' in i
Automatic Bachelor Buttons Silk Covered Feather Bone 25c 75c Men's Bordered Silk Hand- boxes .. .. .. .. .. .. ....

per box .. .. .. .. .. .. .: quality .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..J I guaranteed. kerchiefs .. .. .. .. .. ..,. 65covelty Peter Pan Purses
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Ladles. 75c Black :\ear'Silk Petticoats nowJ: -- I -Elbow Length Black Silk Gloves Ladies Brown or Oxford Tourist r: 'i'I J
LCO 10-4 Blankets to
for .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .49c. $ per Fair; .. .. .. .. ..go.. .. .69c.,n Miscellaneous Extra Special worth $1.50 for .. 00 .. .. ..$1.19 Coats, velvet and braid trim- t (}
Elbow Black Silk Gloves mings worth $5.00 to go now "
Bargains. Length
$1.19 10-1 Blankets now 'going' .' .. '
.. .. __ .. $3.95 l
Ladles $1.50 Mercerized Satteen .... .. .. .. .. .. .89c.. worth 12.00 for .J1.69Best at '
at, a.pair Best Standard 7c Calicoes all Mannish and ,
I I to at .98c. One Lot of Ladles .
Petticoats for.. .. .. .. .. .98c. $1.25 Kid Gloves go
All finer Blaukits to go at special newest styles and colors t
worth to
prices. I I I II It SAHiESrJUSTlH.' : 'to, goat .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .5c. 12 fipr-cial yards for bleached.. .. .. ..Domestic-.. .. .,..45c.L'dies' $10.00 Tourist choice Coats of entire line for $8.90 I u
$1.75 Black Heatherbloom Petticoats Black Silk Gloves to 10 yards of Best 6c Calico to each 1
for .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.39 $1.50 go per Long pair, for.. .. .. .. ..$1.13 j t 160' in custcmer for .. .. .. .. .. .39c. In black$2.00 or Thibet navy Cloth a great Skirts bargain 75c and Percale.Madras Chambray Waists in Satteen Milte! ,
$1.25 Long Black Silk Gloves togo j I samples Fur Stoles 12'i e Flannelettes In choice at '.. ,. oo. .... .. .. ..$1.39 OnTo black or blue to go now ; i'
.. ... .. ,
Best 50c Bleached Sheets 'to go per fair for .. .. .. .. .22c.. ir.tyles to go at S..8 qa Fancy"Tweed Skirts worth at 'c. .r
at .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .45c. Ladies 75c Flannelette Gowns a j I Collarettes Cravats Per- Mill Ends of Sc Outing Flannelsin Gray$30. jrood style far .. .. .. ..$1.95 $1.25 White Lawn Waists, lace it
light or dark colors to go at 5c. >t
special"value(; for.. .. .. .. .59c.! $4.00 Gry Fancr Tweed and and tucks special .
Best 12!% Bleached Pillow Cases 100 Sample Leather Bags. Suit $ Panama Skirts, In blackor t $1.50 Whit Lawn Waists, beautifully I
now only .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..1 Oc. One 'caSe of Muslin Underwear Cases and Telescopes at a big e plain narr.'a great bargain for ..$2.98 ;-.nde. special ..$1.t9
Samples to go as follows: clines, Scarfs etc., at onethird reduction in price special at $:tOO White Lawn Waists newest
75c :Muslin Gowns Drawers, V 3Sc. 69cr 9Sc $1.49, $1.95 to $6.90 $3.00 Cray Overplaid Tweed styles' special .. .... .. ....$1.69 r
Best 73c Bleached Pepperell Skirts and corset covers at..49c Ladies 75c Percale and Madras Skirts, to go at .. .. .. .. ..$3.95 t
Sheets, hemmed and torn 39c Muslin Corset Covers and' Waists for.. .. .. .. .. .. .39c. One Lot Children's $2.00 Coatsto ''I
special for .. .. .. .. .. .. ..63c.I Drawers to go at .. .. -.. .. 25c. under value. Prices Ladies $2.00 ThihEt Cloth Skirtsin sro, at .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.25 200 pair e* one Swiss Curtains to '
$1.25 and $1.39 Gowns Corset blue or black to go at .. .$1.49 One Lot of Children's $2.50 and arrive In two or three days to ; ;t' 1
5tf Sample Rain Coats to go at $3.00 Jackets from several i iI it 6c, 73c! 4 95c. pair .
Covers Drawers and Skirts In from 69c. $14.90 go on Bale at .
these range to Cut Prices. lines to eo at .. .. .. .. .. ..$ .95 f,
several styles; to close out --
.. .. .. .. .. _. .98c. 12 Button Suede Kid Gloves On Lot of Misses New Tourist
I New line of Comforts'justin Several samples Sample for garments in '-,. worth $2.50: pair for .. ... ,. ..$1.98 Coats all late styles worth 100 bundles of Vst Manchester ;.1
each. Kid Gloves $5.00. $6.oo.and $0.50 choice Flannelettes! and Percales to go ::4 t J
fine Skirts Drawers and.Gowns 16 Button ,. .. .. .. . 35c. .".
at special prices. at about 1-3 under value. worth $3.00 for.. .. .: .. .2.69 I I for this sale $3.95 I '.now per pound for '0: O._ .. ",
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'Ppssil1tiS9the ,gxmsynnictt"'publ1tWraiiiP:. etaiahJg aasodaBona, 'title ",toeli the r ChurckSerz1 t1 CO-NFI'DtNCEI: [ IS '" CAFE -1!

i e 1tmtumla. Jotttnal Pensacola Horse Show. ctf |\i' property. The use of the'

j k I In connection with the proposition :chf T fss is not interdicted. but the ] :- ..
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i recently advanced to make the Pen- i law''profides that they can only be ; ijNQNPARElLi

:" sacola" Horse Show an annual feaItare -, :used by coogregatloni: that form EXPRESSED B BY

DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. this and & much: : : -
in city upon themselves into uh11e worship ,as Minister? are respectfully requested I
elaborate scale than the show to notify The Journal promptly of 4 M.. Palafu I
:j PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT :MONDAY i more sociations" and precede every meetIng any change IB the order of services Street upstair*.
held a short ttme ago and which at their respective cfcurctiea. Notices
;' with a public notice giving the for Uxla -column ahouM reach Th I Open, 7 a. In. to 9 p. )
1 ...BY._ was such, a pronounced success from rn.m
I place, date and hour at which such Journal not later than i p. m on
both social and financial point of ,Saturday of each week. COUNCIl OUR
. ': THEJOURNALCOMPANY. a meeting la, .to be held. This notice SPECIALTIES:

[ view.. the report of President,.Vandlver ? must be ,signed! ,,'bjr :.at least two per- i I II Business Men's Dinner a te
of the Alabama Agricultural Association 'si 230 50 cents.
sons and tuust be sent to the prefects Th order: of services at the various
4 FRANK U MAYS, Pr..id.at and G ner. .l Manager which conducted the Montgomery .churches in and near I'ensacola to-day (Continued I from tint Page.) 1M .#Theatr. and Mast Parties Ticket, regular IICar4I I
or mayors. I a
will t>3: as follows:
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i t 50C'JlTm.PlrEsS. State Fair Is Interesting, in The issue between France and the protruding. The sand which was left g PHONE .
i MEMBER THE JI l Cath ic.
that it demonstrates that shows
i Vatican came about through an order St. Michael's Church-During the winter .in the sewers he said,, would be
exhibitions of this character can be that ircnttis services wKl be as follows washed down into the low places and >u 'The neatest cleanest and _
the effect .
from Pins to In .
& ,Pope place In town winca to ceimc&r ""- ...
First Mass. 7 a. m.: Children's Mass. J a. v.
to a good over and remain there. He aso said that he .
made pay profit priests of .the church must not make m.; Hlsrh ilfi: $*. 10:10 a. m.: Vespers
t. One Tear .. .. ...........|5 00 One Month ... .. .. .. .. 4f \ above all expenses i !I Rosary, and Benediction, 4 p. m.; Baptisrss :had called the attention of the Bond 3 Cone once; we will trust you ti .

, r Six Months .. .. ... .. .. 2 50 One Week. .. .. .. .. .. 10 i the declarations required by the j. at : p. m. ;Trustees. the matter' on several occasions. g| come again.
financial of Mr. Van-
, :: Three Months. .. .. .. 1 25 Weekly Edition per year..Jl CO The statement Freach law. This order arrayed the St. Joseph" :1H'ch-LoVi Mass an4 Instruction :L lnI ::R: ..1tlIXJfiIGRAND
a. m.; ?uncay School; at 9 a.
diver show that the MontgomeryState
. '. !J Catholic clergy against the civil aa- : m.Uigt Miss and Instruction. 10,a. m.: .I Asked as to his, opinion of the
Fair netted a profit ot between Wspers. Rosary and Benediction of the work, he said that he would call it
thorities and served to emphasize:: '
r. The Only Pensacola From Which Detailed Blessed: Sjcrarcent at 4 p. m. Mass dur-
Newspaper a ( connection"and
"a ditch with sewer
I blind
, I TJ,70Q and T,000.. notwithstanding condition that had already grown extrexasly ,: h Z tto; reek ta at 7::3* a. nv. except> I i
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. the fact that the fair was upon a ( : Manday aa J IrJwin's it will be offerd -. :. that the sewer could leak for BALl
: serious. I at S a. :n. 1.1ii'idvent., Lent and!fully one year before being detected.
l large scale and was the first one hold the mlntof Mar and Octooer. Holy I Rommel.i .
The Preach government cannot recede -.;, Mass is olereJ: at S a. Mon 1\eek days- Assistant Engineer
1.3. P.p..nSal..nTr.8 by the association. A conservative from Its position without i Pkoae* ] Bislnew Office 1BOO I i I estimate of the value of property now i I.,| CiT! tlaty l'sys of Obligation ana FirstKiUay I!then requested to make a statement.It I BY
t cf overthrow and unless some method '
and at all News Stands. : trim 4 p. ru to 9 p. m. Bap- the effect that test of
to a
: held: by the Alabama Association is cordial'I llama Suncsrs *l J p. n. or by appotat- : was
t. t can be visedwhereby 1N t. I the work could not be made at the NAOMI REBEKAH LODGE NO. 1
11I |
. 1123,000.
, I' \ relations heretofore existing between !F !'present time for the reason that I
; Offices-Journal Building-Corner IntendenoU and DeLuna. Sts A feature which, no ,doubt, contributed t Urh'oreait! had been built
France and the Vatican be re- while the manholes
may i I[ First TniversaJist:: Cnujph. East Chase'
: J materially to' ther success ot t sum$d no, one 'can predict what the'' meet. '!;r.J2J' Scfciw at 10 c. m. I. p.1 the pipes had not oeen opened Into I L 0. 0. F.
C. U.: at 6 1> in.I he'said. being
them. The work, ,
; the Montgomery fair was an arrangement >
with the railroads entering that I .r iaroak !iso.tisfactorUY'done: ,, ,and when I AT RAFFORD
: 't The Christ Ciurtn-Re*. P. H. \\"! }1e)', D. proper time came it would be thoroushly HALL
I city whereby reopen tickets which Memphis t>.. R (tcr. S-cJay iviixtj at 3:4i a. m.; I, and that the contract I

:I! Pensacola Will Have testing against the. .purchase of the included admissiQn to the fair !! an editorial' haaded! "Fie and Petti-.; Darting St. Kati*:*wine's l\1v. .Church.! 11. Ceivar.tr and:specified tested that the contractor would be Cor. Belmont and Baylen StrttU

" } A Fine Christmas. property 'In the'northern part of the,'grounds as well as' transportation :coats" en the Storer.Roosevelt controversy : Davis sreets-Rev. AttJre-R T. S-aarpo, & i respoaslbl3! for one year after its

: : city reported to the council that the : "We what T. K.. u,;tor. Sunday T\ke9, at :Nand defects
1 t F thereto were sold at all stations lathe says: grow upon it n. m.: Sunday Jciwl at $:3) a. m. ,completion, so that If any
.::I Pensacola -will have the most prosperous city did own the property south of territory tributary to Montgomery I we feed and as my dear Maria* had Weed-Jar et*vices oa \\-e.lDaT ecU ,.were found he would be competed to WEDNESDAY NIGHT

.Ii'. Christmas this year in her St.'}Iicha l's, cemetery and In the absence -[ at a specially low rate and there created a president sad an ambassador -: Friday St. John's at 4 p.O'urcb.m. "VYarringioa-Kev. 1:[make them good.then moved. ,after ,
t J history. of any contradiction on the part Is no'reason why a similar' arrangement she determined to create a cardinaL A. TV 8-iarpe, priest in charge. Srvir3 i: iluldon :
'' statements of all concerned DECEMBER 19 111
Sunday at 4 1ft. hearing the 1906
f p.
I There ,Is more money In clrcula- of any member of the council at thattime :' could not 0$ made for, the bene- Here is where the lady with every that nothing warranted Interference ,
:J': lion DOW than there has ever been. I tuirerai Cturch.Gerrian I I
I The Journal and the public generally ;) -fit of those .who desired to visit Pen a fighting .name fell down; her viewof i t! Lutheran Chureh-P.ev' J. P. i by the council.

;': More people have been employed and we think may be very properly: sacola upon 'the occasion of the an the historical perspective was bad; : W. Rc1n =-rtJt. pastor. Sunday School at I i "I protest against that," quickly Music by Barrios' Orchestra
J at better wages than ever before.! excused for : -9 n. m. Kag'tis.i: service 10.30 a. m. and ;,said Mr. Boyer, whereupon Alderman
accepting that report as a nual Horse Show. she could not see that for a thousand ,':30 p. m. Sunday school practice at 2 ,
, The city is neater, cleaner, and has ..amore truthful statement of the facts.If of the past the one question in the Ip. in.Nurwegan. I I Renshaw said that If Mr. Boyer was
I The committee in charge years
: Seamen's Church-Her. Joe.ifefle i"set upon" in such a manner it
progressive air than it has ever however a Alderman Yongo i Montgomery exposition is already foreground of all disputes between !. pastor Services. 10:30 a. m.; i have. the effect of deterring others, TICKETS. 25cts.
, : had, and the times :[ : HoJy Canxjnunlorv ';:::10 p. nv AU Scandinavians .
generally are propitioos stow this "
the records
: says propertyto i planning for a fair next year upon a the civil power and spiritual rate has cordially: invltetLPresbyterian. "I who might so desire!! to report matrters

\ aa well as prosperous. belong to the Carholie church, that i much more elaborate scale, and thatit been who shall create bishops arch. i regarding city Work, but who Prize to both Lady and Geatienu
A stranger coming to Pensacola fact would eliminate It from.the ques- I will be a success is a foregone con bishops cardinals etc. Her very desIre First Presbyterian Church-Rev. Jul:anS. ,would hesitate. did not. .:
he Dancer.
L ,:would never imagine that last year to have the president ask the 'Slbl.). pastor Preaching at 11 a. n.11 Alderman Jloldon
I tion.We clusion. ap and 7:39 p. In. Sunday School at $.30 a. I intend his motion In that manner
.& the city suffered quarantine ol threemonths' have therefore, the position of i That the Pensacola ,Horse Show pointment ot any one as a cardinal m. Christian Endeavor at C'30 p. m. ,that the statement of Mr. Boyer regarding
:' School at the fctodciart Avenue
duration or that 'less than the board of works on ,the one hand 1 I can be made an annual feature that if satisfied wp uld have militated I Mission Sunday at 3:30 p. m C. F. Zeek. superintecdent. I the work demanded some attention

_i three months ago it was the1 victim and Alderman Yonge and,we presume, I will attract hundreds to the city there against that 'interest Dear Maria All are cordially invited. by the council. This had DOLLARS

:: of a terrific hurricane. All'evidences the balance 01 the council on the other. i could' not distribute the pie In America Cturcfir! Christ. been given and the matter investigated -TEN ,
is and can even
J I' of the former have long since disappeared But for bur own part we never knew i I tually no question be developed into aa exposition -. but when s&fi got to Europe she Alcaniz Church streets'of Christ-B W corner School Jackson at 9:45; a.and m. Mr. Boyer and found not being.that conversant it was through with

: and nothi'ng but a few ttat the church claimed this property i unertook 'to be Boss Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. by the
in Immediately the of laying and testing
, that will prove of great value W. T. Tracy. Prayer pseetingr Wednesdayat means is. all you need.
stranded vessels along the beach re- no" are we satlfied that claim could he had made the statement
a I developing the resources and possibilities Milliner at th .'VatIcan and give out 7.SO pin.- All are cordially invited. sewers that '
'main to give any evidence of the be made effective. We do know that j I the hats." : '
Pensacola' and Wes Florida Second Church of ChrIst-ScientIst. think small $10
of he Just a payment -
J: latter. The city. in fact. Is' more the city map,; all show this propert,* to I I' Second Church of Christ Scientist Mr. Boyer In reply said that ,
' Is equally sure AH that is neededis Services Sunday morning at 11 had been told by a prominent and re
advanced I "The editorial of the Pensa every will family
and than be that the page
1 ;prosperous more a street city map just o'clock Wednesday evening at 7:30 the procure your
; citizen of East Hill that if
little of the enterpriseand ::
a : has marked
energy cola these
,j,(; it has ever been and the luture could issued by Hooum & Watson show It I Journal days o'clockReading: room open daily from lO- work Is being properly doneit
public spirit that has always beenan excellence, which we delight to recog- a. m. to 3 p. m.. where Christian Science sewerage a high-grade life-lasting
.E not be brighter. to be a street and tb!\ t' the city last nie."-Live Oak Democrat. literature may be bad. Room 6, MasonicTemple. is because the contractor desiresto
factor In the upbuildjng .
I And when the new city hall now I year cleaned the property up and has 'I important : _Yes. paradoxical as it may seem do his duty as the engineers knew Piano.

In of Is since the of every really progressive city and while bright First Church of Christ. I nothing of the work, as it progressed.
progress construction. completed Improved It by filling In Russ-ty. is as as ,a new it it
community in :the land. First Church of Christ Chairman Green Again Speaks.To now-or buy now,
City Index.: ScienUst-Ser-1
pin. -Lake _
; when the sewerage and drainage low parts with'sand and refuse.In vices at Pensacola
j this Chairman Green took exception
system now being laid. Is addition to this, we understand Italy is going to fight the Standard la, ,This back seems on the tq:Journal.; mean that Well.Sam here's Russ welcome.every Sunday.. Strangers are always, I. and said that everything possible and have it delivered just be-

finished: when the street paving that the city either owns or has a fairly Oil Company. Victor Emanuel will to you. old ;man,and may you livelong had been done; that engineersof :fore Christmas.

bonds are issued and that work is good claim to a large portion of I have the best wishes of the United and t" pt Whether you be Y. M. C. A.-Y.A M.sociatk a A. building open: reputation had been employed. This will

; done; when, in fact these and the Block 1, just east of Cevallos street States for a victory. Sam or some other fellow you :are from 3 to 6 p. m. Young Men's Bible Class and that their reputations were at $10 payment get
well and'the 4 p. no- Boys' Bible Class 3 p. m. Bible stake. He said the 'city should have
doin mighty by yourself
: numerous other public Improvements and between Romana and Intendencia ? Teachers' Training Class Thursday ft p. confidence in them, and that it wouldbe you a, fine Caswell, Bach.
Church and State Journal, too.- Live Oak DemocratThe m. Open daily from 9 a. m. to 10 p. m.
t now In progress all become a part streets. ask of the if
While the city was buying of Tommus, if three Visitor* cordially welcome. childish to engineers Shulz, or a slightly used
of the city's life and advantages as real estate, it would not have been a Issue in France.That pun sprung the sewers were going to be properly
months sooner, would have been in Methodist, tested. In a sarcastic manner he Kranich & Bach or Lestet,
they wfll before more than two more bad Idea to have investigated the France i? facing a grave Palafox Street Methodist Church
season. However the "other fellow"appreciates said that It was a pity that engineerswere
7:30 ,
Regular services at 11 a. m. and p.m.
Christmas seasons roll around Pen- ownership of this property. If such erisis' In the issue between the government the sentiment expressed. conducted by Rev. J. B. Cummings, recently not secured at home. or one of a number of good

{' sacola will then look back from a position investigation was made by the ,city and the Vatican,' over the church appointed by the Alabama to the Conference.pastorate of Sun-this To this Mr. Boyer said: "Never pianos.

: as advanced over the present council we' have not noted it enforcement of the church and state The endorsement Thomas F. Mc- day school at 9:10 a, m., J. N. Andrews. mind that :Mr. Green; you may be a

I time as her present position is over All to the price paid for the council'srecent separation law, 'passed in 1881, there Gouria for re-appointment as United superintendent p. JU. ,' Epworth League at G:3G smart man but there" are others who $2,50 a week will pay for

that of the years gone by. : purchase-which, however, although States marshal for the northern 'district Gadsden Street Methodist Church-Rev. know something. Piano without interest.
be question and the
as1 l can no F. A. Rogers, pastor. No services to-day. Here Alderman Muldon ,
Editor Carroll of the Monticello Alderman Yonge say, does not affect there is still hope that the matter of Florida' will meet with general The congregation will! worship at his' resolution and in speaking on }Jt '
the real question-The Journal readily approval. If) a republican Is to be the Palafox Street Church. Sunday school had Prices from $139 up. Get
council con-
said that the every
News candidate for reelectionas a I'
Is a I I will be settled without violence ata 9.30 a. m. J. B. Tiller superintendent.
of Monticello. In his acknowledges that it was in error The appointed it would be hard to find one Epworth League at 6:30 p. m.Powelton fidence In the Bond Trustees and the it
mayor announcement feeling of unreal and resentment prevails Circuit-Rev. J. W. Breed- would be almost now.
and that it
who would be acceptible to the engineers.
Journal referred to It as "something more
Geo. H. Hicks assistant
card he says "Those whohave throushcut the republic that love pastor.
r_ over $3,000," when as a matter of fact l people of this district Marshal lle- rirst Sunday,. Powelton. 11 a. m. and 1 a public calamity for anythingto
-,1 been made to feel the punishing may, any moment result in open re p. m First Sunday, Pine Forrest 3:30 p. Interfere with the work of the
hand of the law may not rally to my the appropriation of $3.200 was for [bellion. Gourin is a capable and efficient officer m. Second Sunday, Muacogee, 11 a. in.and trustees. GET IT NOW.

both the lot improvements which I and Is deserving of the splendid Third 7 p. m. Third Sunday. Brent, 11 a.m. .- : Alderman Reilly spoke in a similar
support nor do I expect them to do here is considerable misapprehension Sunday. Warrington 7.30 p. m.
the council purposes to put on it. endorsement he received for reappointment Fourth Sunday Kscambia, 11 a. m. and strain and It was moved that the vote
so. Those who sympathize with law- I In, this country relative to the 7 .
that the to this responsible position. pm. ; upon the resolution be by roll calL I'The Clutter Music House
Now so public may not ,
'essness will not endorse my candidacy. law in question and many causes --- Baptist. .This was carried 'and the calling of

I am proud..of. the enemies II misunderstand this matter, are I have been ascribed for the condition The Washington Verdict wants a First Baptist C:1urch-Rev. Thos. M.CaUaway the roll showed that It had been carried -

[ave made In the latter class. ,If I, man Yonge and the council Alder-I I which cow confronts the people' of law passed:; prohibiting the advertisingof a. m.. Judge, pastor.i:. D. Beses.Sunday: superintendent School at 9.39 unanimously

to say that the city does not own or Preaching at U'a. m.. 3.39 p. m. and 7.30 desire to announce to the
elected I expect to poke It to law France The expulsion from Franceof liquors In papers in counties that
has no reasonable claim to the p. m. Dr. W. W. Hamilton will preachat
breakers even more vigorously than prop- i Mgr Montagini,. secretary of the have voted in favor 'of prohibition.This the morning service and at 7-20 p. In. FASTING AMDPRAYER ladies, dressmakers, and tailors

In the past If this Is not desired I ertyty south of St. Michael's cemetery : papal unciature at Paris and the would 'be a hard blow to old W.there D.will Wakefield.be a song Full service program conducted for the by that I have taken the
I or to the portion of Block 1, referred .
: prefer defeat" seizure of his Correspondence, indicates Peruna Tho government has decided d.v published eisewhereEast for the Wiss
above7 11111 Baptist Church 11th Avenue I TODAYORDER agency great
I I PLO that the government Is preparedto that,in order to Sell Peruna In a prohibition and Chase :street-Rev. J. W. Senterfit ,

The City's Real Estate I! The Milton Star Is"opposed to the go to extremes to enforce the separation county tIt is necessary to .Preaching pastor. Sunday every second School and at fourth 11 a.Sunday m.- Shears and Scissors.The .
1 these thatI
on good are
I trial marriage scheme unless it Is law and the 'action of the carry a government license and of at 11 a.* ru and 7.30 p. m. Payermeeting guarantee
Purchase and the Facts. !. every Tuesday night at 730 will give a new pair en the return 4
made to work both wcjs. Says the ,ecclesiastics in refusing to yield, except course the nepapers would loose o'clock. OF SERVICES TO BE OB. the old pair, whether broken, damaged of
I In reference to The Journal's editorial Star "The advocates of the trial West Hill Baptist Church. West Jackson out. Simply return the old pal
!I man: to force, indicates equal determi- this lucrative: ; ness. street-Rev. .1. W. Senterfit. pastor. SERVED BY BAPTISTS 'OF worn
yesterday on the matter of the marriage- scheme should popularizethe nation upon the part of the leadersof Sunday School at 10 a. m. Preach'r.g: and get a new pair.
purchase of a city stock lot. the following I Gov.-elect Chafleft: E. Hughes, of every first and third Sunday at 11 a. m. ,'' All of the Win brand will be sharper*!
movement by 'making it retroactive. Catholicism: to' resist the French and 7:00 p. m. Prayer meetinz every THE CITY TODAY.The free Indefinitely.F. .
has been received from New ,York Is .credited with telling! Sunday:; at 7 p. m. Services at 11 a. m.today .
: What do we fellows who government to the'utmost
poor Rev. \V. D. Wakeneld. .
by :
Alde""l this etory hlftuelf: "On election
*man P. K. Yonge. of the finance. ire tied up for life care about the I Briefly, the separation law provides 0:1. ; fast End Baptist: Church. 13th avenue B. BRUCE,
mittee: day a friend of his was getting hisshoes and Garden street-Sunday school 10 a. following Is the order of services 21 Brent Row.J.E.DUBUISSON.
thins as It faT I for turning over the churches to m. Dr. D. W. Wakeneld who is conducting i
to Jbe observed the
shined and by
on Broadway, Baptists
: Editor Pensacola Journal: I upper rcvivar sen ices at the First Baptist : .
Referring to your editorial in to-, he asked the boot black: who had tho I Church, wm! preach at 11 a. m. of the city to-day;

day's Journal on "A Useless Purchase\ '' I'I''I 7:00 a. m.-Secret. prayer, Morning ,
] THE JOURNAL'S BIG CORPS best chance of election-Hearst; or 'I First Christian Church.
of Real Estate," I am sure sane was i: First Christian Church 4: East GregoryafreetSur.dty I
Hushes 1 scrubbed fcr a
written without investigation of the,'OF ASSOCIATE EDITORS. cay : away I' School at 10 a. nx. H. J.Uackey. 8:00 a. m.-Family prayer In all
facts. moment In deep thought and then replied I \: superintendent Prayer meeting homes.
In preparing this big paper-its Christmas Edition-The Journal has l
\\VednesJaj- 7:30( p. m. Al lire cordially '
The property referred to south of StMichael's ., : "I ticka :da w'isk. invited. 9:00 a. m.-Prayer meeting of Sunday
: drafted into its service an exceptionally large corps of associate editors school workers.
I cemetery does not belong
;, to the city. Upon a former occasionIthe -mor than have ever been represented in any' one Issue of a Pcnaacola In discussing:; his recent defeat for " 9:30: a. m.-Gathering of Sunday & BRO.

city had the title to this land in-I:paper-and ,their work is seen' to exceptionally fine advantage this morn sereant-at.arms; of the Democratic caucus ANDERSON. schools.

(veatlgated and the then city attorney ,ing. ,Washington Editor Appleyard 10:00 a. Evangelistic service In 124-128 E. Intwidencla St.

j his written that the Sunday schooL PHONE 66.We .
gave prop- There are not only more of these associate editors represented in says that he would hare been elected First
ert' belonged to the Catholic church. ; 11:00: a. ia.-Preaching, Baptist

iAn Investigation of the records shows The Journal to-day ,than has ever been the case in Pensacola, but we had it not been for John Sharpe Wil- i I Andersen: Dec. 13.; -Mrs. D. A. Bar- church, by W. W. Hamilton. have to

: that it Is still owned by the ,Catho- doubt if any of the big Christmas editions which enterprising papers all liacs's intense dislike for anybody nctt is visiting friends and relativesIn 11:00 a., m.-Preaching, West Hill ererytliing

: lie church. over the country got out either yesterday or this morning will have a that coTies from Florida. I I Eufaula. Ala.. this week. church, by W. D. Wakefield. make your Christmas
With this point disposed of, your Mr. Wade H. Davis returned to his! 1:00 p. m. Waiting before God- dinner
larger or' better of strictly local talent represented in their columns a success.A .
array ;Meditation.\
The Lake' thinks that
whole contention goes to pieces for City Index hcme:; in Dawson: Ga, aftsr spending

certainly yon will not 'Insist that the than Is found in this paper. the next, leader the minority in j I I several days in our little town the 2:00 p. m.-"How to Pray," T. M.

argument to the effect that "we have And, the best of.it is, the articles' are all readable, Interesting, and congress will be either William Sul-- guest cf Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Sale. I Callaway. Full i Line of

:-' bought the property and will have to appropriate. There is not a dull one in the hole list,- and there 'are on of New York W. Brantley.. j I r Mr. T. D. Sale is on a visit to Albany :::00 p. m.--ch1ldren.. meeting; byW. '
see, or Wakefleld.-
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this week. GoodsDOLLS
for It Is Gx.
particularly 11
pay anyway
"- weak, when it Is exnlained to you that the cOntrary'many that are models of choice diction and lofty' sentiment. of Georgia. We predict that when Mr. Robt. McKenzie, of Panama I 4:00 p. m.-"What to Pray For," Holiday:

,. the council's committee,.acting under These articles from its big staff of associate editors constitute thu. the vote is taken Champ Clark, cf City, was a pleasant visitor here this .I by J. W. SenterfltL,

the council's Instructions, and after most interesting part of The Journal to-day. The public reads SQ much Missouri will come out ahead. II weaL 5:00 p. m.. -"My Experience." Tes TOYS, ETC. f

carefully considering several sites editors ... Mr. Tom Tiller, our jolly storekeeper -timonies. '
selected of what The Journal's regular staff writes that, try as the may, -------- I
the one under discussion. Even a grand jury is powerless to! has taken himself to theweeds 6:00 p. m.-"Does It Pay to be a Wholesale and Retail Dealers
to and to create new features the matter necessarilyhas
i. closed the bargain for it and the city produce variety bring a ,train into Ocala on schedule' this week! In quest ,of homestead Christian- CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES
:_, received the deed duly approved by a sameness about it that will not be noted in the contributions which time. I i land. 7:00 p. m.-Blood Bought Band.

; the city attorney, four weeks ago.; appear this morning. I Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wells have-a, Prayer. I I

The fact that the price was $1.350 The Journal has been the great developer in this work In Pensacolaand The "good old summer time" Is run' fine girt who arrived last Friday I 7:30 p. 'm.-Song service c W. D. CROCKERY, STATIONARY -
t. Instead of "something over $3,000." a1 Many ducks are to be seen on the W e:1eld. I GLASS TIN
West Florida. It has discovered and brought out talent among ning mighty close to Christmas. ir I WOODANDWILLOWWARE. II
( your editorial puts it. does not affect' .bay now, and the boys are expecting 8:00 p., m.-Union evangelistic ser

\ the real question but simply 'proves writers that had' been slumbering for years. There are plenty of people This will be a busy week for old 'a fine hunt Christmas. vice. CIGARS, TOI

that you were woefully misinformed who can write, easily. Interestingly and entertainingly if they only knew Santa Claus. Capt Frank Ware of Bay Head 9:00 p. m.-Enquirer's meeting. I BACCO, SNUFF FEED:

upon the whole matter. It But not knowing it. their talent Is of no use either to themselves ,or II was down, In. his new launch this 10:00 p., m. -Praise and thanksgiv STUFF, ETC. : :

P. K. YO GE. how like it? week. ing. -
Well do
to anyone else until'it Is discovered or coaxed from its hiding place: and you I
It is ,quite likely that The Journal
given to the public In the form either of personal reminiscence or of appropriate -.---------- ---
'' was misinformed in the 'matter of the
comment matters and subjects of the dar
on men,
:, ownership of the property south of St -
: Michael's The Journal's success in deTe'loplng a part of this latent talent cannotbe
cemetery though the same I
Information I more gratifying to its readers than it Is to the paper Itself which hopes
was presented to the council -

t: in a recent report of the board oft from time to time to be able to locate still more of ,such" talent' which It You Ij !iJJ'J"-f

public works and we failed to note' knows exists in Pensacola and throughout West Florida .'
t where any member of, the council I Meantime we thank the contributors to The Journal's columns and

J questioned the statement at that time. we know that their articles will prove to the reader the,most Interestingpart : : : ; :

;: The board of public works. In pro- of this interesting paper. Because of those Uglj, grizzly, cray hairs. UM MLA CREOLE" I R. RESTORER. Price, $1.00.' retail.ff. .

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H Sensible_ Suitable --'Holiday): Wear-a'b"l'-e-- : s_ l !!.,i i'-1:

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I Thought and Money ] For I Sire" or Son '. Presents, and That Appreciated Will B& Timely I -;' -'

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,;Y:, ,. __ They are as good as can be made for service, full of ),'. .. '.. For the Holidays: Scarfs are in gorgeous combinations -. ....: .,. r.
.' FTh, :-c. style, correct for business or dress. Single or Double- of, color., :Made i in Ascots, English Squares, Four- = .i f
Breasted. At $12.50, $15, $18, $20, $22.50, $25 and $30. t :, in-Hands and String Ties, ,in Fancy Boxes'for Christmas -,/. '

: l ; Gifts, for sire or son50c75c$1$1.25$150, $2
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: Long and medium length coats, heavy and medium :,- SWEATER AND.KNIT JACKETS. .
.weig Overcoats and Top Coats made by the best mak- i
We are headquarters for this special.line'., Iforserr. <: s
ers. At $7,50, $10,,$12.50, $1 $20, $25 and 2750. vice they'can't be beat*, for Hunting, Working and outdoor .a

'sports. at $1.50 to $4.50.. -'i.;, -.

.\ Full 52-inch length, Dark Oxfords, Blacks and Fancies GLOVES FROM the Best Makers.Perrin's .
u t plenty warmth for the climate, lots of service, suitable
Updergraf and Wilson Kid anaff .:= ,
L h for rain or shine, $10, $12.50, $15, $16.50, $18, up to ; ; ;
Mocha Gloves Plain ,_.
3 $27.50. ;..., or Silk lined,. Special Glove.Boxes -- i,
at 25c each. Kid Gloves $1.50 $1.75, $2 $2.50 and $3. -3; s 1
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:., Suits that will please the boys for style and comfort. ,, +=' "
< An acceptable gift for any man is a nice cane. We have 4 J
Suits that will please I the parents for good service. .s 0 I' -

plain I or mixed effects. Sizes 3 to 17. $2, $2.50, $3., $'3.50, .i them In Partridge, Bamboo Hickory, Tonqum., Weichael -
1 and Penang with Sterling Silver Mountings In Operas : r 4
$4, $5, $6 $7 $8 and $10. <
".. 4. .- and Crooks, at 50c,$75c, $1,$1.50, $2, $3, and $3.50. 1u

r The long, loose effect, made like "papa's," made of wT:
'Kersey; and 'Cheviots, $4, $5, $6, $7 and $10 Jackets that will keep him home nights.'* .. .--. ; :; .1.1d
]; Plain colors with Plaid Tuxedo ,Collars. Bath. Robes all 1 i

EVERY CORRECT SHAPE IN HATS. colors, Pajamas, many styles. Robes $3 to $7; Jackets i I
G < :: $5 to $10; Pajamas $1 to $4 per suit. !
.'A tip-top Xmas present for your father, ..brother or i

son. Here are Derbies, Alpines, Telescope, Golf Hats Y..b Large Size Silk Mufflers. "- I
and < "
caps. I j! :1
:...' Hats: at.'$2, $3 and $5. Caps 50c to $2. Plain Black,*-.White and Fancy Colorings, Stripes .'_,{ ,; ., -I II
I 1- Dots, Mingled effects, a splendid throat'protectorvarmj;, ': :. !
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MONUMENTAL. AND STAR SHIRTS. comfortable and convenient $1 $1.25 $1.50, $1.75, $2, t. : ; ,
i"< $2.50 and $3.SILK.. f;. I
Special'values in Shirts for :Xmas at $1. 'We Have F: ; ,
different combinations colors at $1.50, to $ ,; .
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w ,. ; : .3 SUSPENDERS. IN FANCY, BOXES, .\;' [ s rl-
the famous Star Shirts in Plaited '
t', Negligee, 'andStiff ::" :. i'
': t Bosom. l' .. 71 or plain, without boxes,, Silk Webbing} with and witKout! ;-:'- ; Vi I
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: -: ? i;;:"':; :! elastic handsome Buckles, nicely trimmed 25c, 50c, 75c,' ", ,' I
m WOOL OR COTTON UNDERWEAR: ; .,; ,\ w. T' $1, $1.50 and $2. '" I
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Plain! i colors? i in fleeced shirts and drawers Ribbed( > / ':' i",'" III '. 1 t
Shirts and Drawers in plain cotton, also wool and #" t .
partwool. _i tl : _\ ,:
: aS A Shirts or Drawers; 50c, $1, $1.50, $2, $2.50 and ., ',' .. ,.,' I Gloria and all Silk, with natural wood and SterlingSilver =j; { j

& ;, $3.75'r garment. v" I Handles, a very much appreciated gift, $1, $1.50, :l-1" i
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k i $2, $2.50, $3, $4, $5, $6,.$7, and $7.50. I !

mB ... Large variety of Stick Pins, Collar Buttons, Cuff ,WHITE AND FANCY VESTS. I ,I j. ft.:1t"

Buttons, the kind that will) not tarnish. In designs that i Fancy Vests in all the new designs for Xmas. Full 4: ".\'* ti
i -w., will plea e. Prices to'suit all. sl Dress Vests, single and Double-Breasted, at $1.25, 1.50 f1' : "
$2, $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4, $5, and $6. t ;
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* ; The whitest Collar made, no more suitable. present'T t 'k,d
iV for a, man than, a box of Royal Brand Collars. We carry ,Paragon, Nufangl I and Sweet Orr makes, in plain colors '.j
y sizes, 15c each, 2 for 25c,'$1.50 the dozen. t and neat.stripes, if they don't fit we'll exchange. Largest t

'. assortment of. fine Trousers in ,the city, at $2.50, $3 ; _::1 : ;
;{ HANDKERCHIEFS IN LINEN AND SILK. $3.50', $4, $5, $6, $7, $7.50 and $8.,' f'H">f !,

, '-' White Hemstitched Handkerchiefs i in Initials, r J'"
plain, ana..-,neat borders; also special Xmas boxes ":" 1 .

.\i with three and six Handkerchiefs in each, lOc, 15c, 25c, Fast colors in Black, Stripes, Checks and embroidere'ddesigns \ :. 1 Ks't

',1'1 50c., $1 and. $1.50. Wool Sox for' the cold feet fellows, in Black: ,:a, l
tx :- and Gray at $lOc, 15c, 25c, SOc 75c, $1 up to $3. t 'Ij 1'
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& Cases and made the best makers and( ': :!. '
i Our Traveling Bags are by With every suit or overcoat. Between now f ;

and trimmed- .! arid finished first-class throughout, $4, Christmas we will give a Suit hanger free to each pur- ; :. ,r
$5, $6, $7.50$10, $12, $15 up to 2750.- chaser. .< ::,r : '
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II CLASSIFIED- -_ ADV------ T-'."" N"S-THAT: ; PAY I

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F : INVESTMENTS l IN REAL ESTATE i it For<( Sale If I A Cosy home NowisthQ i An _AbstractFree: $225 !

t t i HOOTONFF&D WATSON i Is The Best if -- -.--- $25 Cash, $10 P2r t

I or Lease Of All Gifts [Time to Buy I th : I

!' THE RENTAL AGENTS," i ilt To the With These__ Lots no Hointe'esM'

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lt: $ 950-One-story dwelling on West Government iI SIX-ROOM DWELLING, CORNER The prosperity of, this countrywas :.

JACKSON AND GUILLEMARD. HAS Loved Ones N never as great as it Is now.
I t. : street; near Reus. : The splendid conditions in every I have :.40. lots between 9th, 10th and 11th streets and between f

f' : $1575-Fine cottage on corner lot, convenient to L. 1 BATH GAS, ELECTRIC LIGHTS, real line.,estate-agricultural are'marvelous.industrials and .' 18th' and 19th avenues; two blocks from the East Hill car line. One t

& N. R. R. SEWER CONNECTION. LOT 45x125 In representing investments. do : block 'from the.bayou' il'offer this property at $225.00 per lot, $%5,00 4
shops. : FEET. $2500 WILL BUY, PART CASH not'lose:sight of the fact that the down and the talance" at $10.00 per month. I will CHARGE NO IX. *

i $2100-New and comfortable cottage,' with two lots i TERMS ON BALANCE. WILL LEASE ,. only these way days to is amass making a,money fortune,earn in .., TEREST AND NO TAXES AND \\ LL FURNISH AN ABSTRAn1 .*..

t' East Garden Street. ONE YEAR AT $25 PER MONTH. While thinking of I more money: l>y buying stocks WITH' EACH LOT'FREE OF COST. This is the cheapest propept.J
on you're bonds or real estate at a price that ever offered. on these'.terms In the City of Pensaoola.
.: dwelling'with 7 is certain to advance.It .
$2650-A very'nice one-story rooms i
: i gifts, you who pay rent, is thus "that wise investment" You can't buy Lots for Cash in this locality any cheaper. We oft t

East Gadsden, near Alcaniz. why not come to see usand is. the. most. direct, road, 'to wealth.. fer ,them..on. terms ,that. you can't afford to miss. These terms Put *

$3350-6-room dwelling on DeVillier Street, near i you in the same position as if you were buying nearly two years t
LESLIE E BROOKSReal let us show you. how from now at prices asked for now. 4
Garden. '$2750. -We have Just,had. listed, with .' 3bore.f rtunes are made in Real Estate than in anything else *
us a most up-to-date little '
i $9500-Two-story brick building, with lot fronting i Estate you can ,own your own home on' East lUlL Peslrable : You may lay the foundation of your fortune by investing a few +
sectloa south front. \t\ 120- .dollars in these lots: at this time. .
both Zarragossa and :Main Sts., Splendid busii i home. Do it now for this- x32.: House has every convenience f C
and Insurance.Phone I I and was built for a I believe at.a conservative estimate that these lots will Increasy fIn
ness location. Christmas, 1906.McDAVIDIIYER. home. : value 40 per cent. by the time they are paid for on these terms. *

$10500-Two-story brick building on Zarragossa St., 462. 112 S. Palafox.'!I .. ..

i near Palafox. A bargain. i $2750- East Another Jackson choice street-new little home anda on ? LESLIEc I I t BROOKS| Real Estate and Insurance :

CITY MAPS. : CO.A1" very' choice" location. : '- Phone462 112 S. Palafol Sl :

..:. has Have been you carefully a new revised City Map to !date We, conforming have Just received to all changes a new supply made., which Send :. THE BEST YET! = ntl New York $4250-Close in, 7-room, i-story: residence .i................ .............................. ...

: $250 for Mounted Copy, or 50c for Pocket Edition. desirable locality large
Life Insurants Company. lot. House leased to September -9wjtr
: Correspondence Solicited: ] 1907. All conveniencesand :'!I
l' i i ijl' I .to( EAST GOVERNMENT ST.. nice place.

4..'.." ................................ ....... Phone 700. Pensacola, Fla. ORGANIZING
We have for sale lots in block 101 East
---. =---- King Tract at $100 each. $1 down and $3 ----
" 1 $3000-New ( ,%2-story modern
per month. No interest and BO taxes

HELP WANTED. WANTED. until paid for. dwelling street. on East Jackson ,. THE FLORIDA

rt We have nice comfortable house C
.WANTED-WMt8 wwnan to do light WANTED-A lady of good reputation to a on
f North Coyle street that we can sell for
1 l-ou-cework. AjCtT tfriO. 12 Last In-. Keep house and care for chUdren. Good $1100 on easy payments.We .
; tendcncia bt. 18dcc5t wages and permanent place to right per- $1400-Takes No. 803 East Belmont Home
"'r son. Apply to or address W: A. Nors- have a nice six-room cottage with street. a comfortable and reasonably Insurance Company
:WAITED-White girl to flohoLsework. gener31 worthy No. 1403 North Davis. lldeclw large lot. on East Hill on car line and priced house. 4 rooms
1202 East Gadsden
: ANi17 16dec2wiN near hard road. that we can sell for and halL Stone walk in front.
.lR stre TilE
PUBLIC to know that the B. H. .
}1 : EVERYWHERE $4 00 daily pass Fairchild Co.. is now prepared to renovate offered ry a mortgage here recently.for large Will amount agree of to pur-car- OF MARIANNA FLA.
m circulars tack elgns-no canvassing all kind of mattresses, pillows and chase price at 8 cent.One. '
' Continental Distributing Co.. bolsters in per
1 steady. first-class style and at lowest -
',,2 1 Chicago. ISdeclt prices. Ring up phone 485. write P. .hundred and fifty by three hundred L.S.BROWN6CO.REAL
[ I O. box 4S3 or call 15 East Garden street. feet on Little Bayou with two cottages .
: ACTIVE salesmen earn $ioo per month upstairs. Sdeclm renting for $11 per montn. $1500. Stock
I: selling a* specialty and half that ESTATE, LOANS AND Capital $200,000
I Ht amount as side line. Staple frequent WA.'lITED-PosiUon by experienced ste Ten lots on public square near the $3000-For Modern New 2-story. 6 rooms INSURANCE.
'p f repeater.. Manufacturers Box 1198 St.Louts. nographer. Legal work preferred. Can Stoddard property, very cheap at $850. and two halls, house. on East Jack-
:h Mo. 16declt furnish good references. Address E. L. son street in very desirable neigh-
J.. Box 278. 4dec2w borhood. Phone 918 Thiesen Bldg.UPTODATE. Surplus Fund $20,000I
M t 1 :WANTED GOOD MAN in each county
Jtl; to represent and advertise Hardware WANTED TO RENT-A large house $2300-For 5 lots West; side of.Palafox
r Department put out Baniplwa etc.. Salary close Will lease it if terms are desir&ble. street between Blount & Lee. -_, -_._. ..

.r_ \anced.$:::1.00 Dept weekly.AV, the Kxrx-nse Columbia money<>use.'ChIcago. ad-. nal. Address Mrs. A. M,.Care Jour D. HALE WILSON & CO. streets. ."H' JIiir- now organizing: under ,tha lavrs of Florida to do a Fire Insurance

' IGdeclt 27nov : .. hUlIDCSS.through..the'st te.J of FLORIDA, GEORGIA NORTH

ri and retail. :Metropohun Talking Machine care for and educate bright boy. '14 '
(< Co., Jacksonville, Fla Agents years old. Apply Pearl Eagan Home or Money to loan at lowest market rate 2-story 10-room house with plot of
:4 t wanted. decl6oa .2m Mrs. Wm."Fisher, President. ISnovWANTJ3 PHONE 234 of interest. I ground 140x200 feet in excellent localIty -

,1 WANTED Handy machinist to do general >-AH kinds bw bottles. I pay' Mortgages on real estate In this city ; V, cash balance on. time. Modern Expects make money by limiting its lines, scattering its risks
. 1 hammer and chisel work. Apply 15c dcspD. I handle all leading Brands I' bought and sold. 0 and going.it tenderfooted In congested city districts.
.!li Avoook Bros Lumber Company, Aycock of wined beers and whiskies and still All of the 'Maxent Tract west of. -C:' improvements.
"'f Florida. 14dec3t manufacture that well-established corghmedicine. FOR ADOPTION. street now for sale. .
,, Joe Roth corner Tarragrna I Price $5500. -
I CARPENTERS WANTED at Warring- and Government Pt,. lloct I
FOR ADOPTION-One orphan boy, 7
t ton; good wages and payment every TAuor.j years old. Will be given for adoptionto Will charge same rates, and observe same rules of underwriting
Information I
Saturday afternoon. For further TAILORING Diamond.
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responsible parties. For .
t particulars
I at Sylvester Campbell's Gent's clothing cleaned pressed &: repaired : as other first-class companies.
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apply Pearl Eagan Home 'or Mrs. Wm. .. { FOR RENT. "
store. Warrtn ton. 12dec on short notice. No. lltt West Fisher. President ISnov V -

I WANTED-Manager for branch office we.. Government St.. Pensacola. Flat Fisher Real, 1.Estate. Agency -. :Two: large brick stores .140 and .106, '-
wish to locate here in Pensacola. Address WANTED-A. Bingham wants yourmoving ; :'
with reference The Morris and hauling He guaranteesall FOR SALE.FOR ;j. East I|sideofTarragona; street, -between, <* ,1oooof the stock has'been :already subscribed at $110 per
Wholesale House. Cincinnati Ohio.lidecim'. breakage. Phone C20. COLLECTION OF RENTS A Romana and .Intendencia. Elegant location share.' 'Just' that much more' Is offered on same terms. The premium

W A "TED-The Merc..*nts Transfer Co. SPECIALTY. for warehouse purposes, $3$00 of $10 per share goes into the surplus funj, and remains with and
;TYPEWRITER OPERATOR WANTEDto wants your m*.i n5{ and hauling. All SALE. Owl First-class until 1)e.'ember20.ticket to Cincinnati. -. -' ; per month for the two.THOS. :: ; ... follows the stock. The stock certificates recite on their face that
T. B. Call at \
take dictation from office grapho- breakage.guaranteed.Phono 978. Thors"o.Proprietor. 531 East Government St. 16dec3t Phone87.A! : -f 20f S. Palafox st J $110 per share has been paid for same $tOO of which has gone to
phone. No knowledge of stenography I PEBLEY. tal stock and $10 to the surplus, account.
heeded. None but expect operator need Aro."TED-All kinds of electrical work.: FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN Harnessfactory .
i apply. Denli ore machine used. Apply I and tannery conveniently located -
I sell all kinds of electrical batteries
t In person at fence to The Clutter Music other electrical, supplies. When i new buildings and up-to-date ma- -----
and you .
Romana and Palafox. caP1-1
House. 11 dec .'
need mi ring :Ji5 cr 9HE.. W. Peake, chinery. Address "Factory, Care tn! :s
!, WANTED North Palafox good street cook. Apply to 9dec 701 I New Star Laundry Bid*. C. Garden. paper. 16dec2w Stock will be paid for as follows $10 per share with the

t WANTED-Second-hand sacks of all descriptions FOR SALE-Two launches: one 26 O.-A. FOR SALE. tion, $50 per share January 1st,.and $50 per share April 1st,
WANTED-An experienced Grocery clerk. wanted. If out of town ship I SH feet beam; oak timbers white cedar j
good salary to one willing to work. Ad- I them to us: if in town. ring us up at No planking; copper fastening; equipped withan .
dress P. 0. Box 374. 9dec 334 or bring them to us at corner of 8 H.P. 2-cylinder 2 cycle Wolverine I Some VeryDesirabile FOR SALE-Come quick if -you want II OFFICERS.JOHN
Chase and Alcaniz Stat F. S. Mellen & enrfne. She has ha'f-cab: STw'ert "4 I them. Two cheap hOrses. two good I .. I DIRECTORS.
WANTED-Four boys with wheels for i Co. 2Sjuiy miles and in fine running condition. Price ones and one high-class saddle horse, is M- L DEKLE. President First Na I
office work. Salary $16 per month. Apply I $750. Also one ,l -roo\ lautJ'n100\ I all I have left of the car load I got last ..1 H. CARTER, President. tional Bank of Marianna Fla.
W, Care JournaL Saec beam; iyj IL?. Kerosene engine copper. Homes Monday. I also have two.secondhandtop I II JOHN H. CARTER. President First
I fastened in good working order. Price '
, buggies in good condition for sale National Bank of
j $150. Apply King & Runyan. ,Pensacola. cheap. T. E. \\elles. ISdectf W. H. MnTON. Vice-President. 1 E. N. DEKLE, President Quincy First Fla.Na
, MISCELLANEOUS.MATTRESS i 16dec, tional Bank of CMpley. Fla I
'i MONEY TO LOAN. FOR SALE For SaHe FOR SALE-Just received fresh flashlights MOSES GUTTON Vice-President. I W. H. MILTON, President First
AND FL"R.'lITURE-Mat- : National Bank of DeFunlak. Fla.
FOR SALE-Two buggies very cheap. and launch batteries. Phone
Justice of Florida.
corner Palafox and Romana St.,. ; new ticks furnished. New andsecondhand bufldlng. I
8dec furniture modern or antique FOR SALE-SO acres good farming land ; Treasurer. > HON. MOSES GUYTON Vice'
bought and sold. Davis Manufacturing i about 1% miles of city limits. Containsan On West Gadsden street south fronton .. -, ; i President of the Company. I
UNLIMITED:- amount money to loan on I Co., 114 East Belmont street. I excellent stream and fish pond. A car line, a two-story. 8-room modern FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-Half blockin M. GUTTON, JR,.Auditor. "WM. B. FARLEY. E8 all kindr, personal property on short Phone 77L 24nov bargain. Apply J. H. Kohler, care Saun- home, house in splendid condition recently New City, near Bay View park; will 1 of Marianna Board of Trade.
Jl tlCe. Te:"is easy. Qet my rates before i ders Mill Co. 15dec Iw overhauled throughout and painted; exchange for cottage or sell cheap if
. going elsewhere. Stair Loan Co., 116 MISS LEILA REESE has fresh cut flowers gas city water bath* large deep lot best taken at once. Mrs. R. Owsley, 1SOS: E.
South PaMtfox. 4novlm on hand. Orders taken for special i FOR SALE-Thoroughly good piano and neighborhood.. city-$5000.00. Strong. Zlnovlm'CONKErs
---- Applications will be received by letter accompanied by check for
Phone 282.
occasions. ISnovlm I almost new Apollo Piano player with ,
IOOO.O"; to>> loan on good security. Pensa about fifty pieces of select music,, for On West Jackson street the most mod- I
I cola Investment Co lDPany. sooctJ1ON3T WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOPWeare sale cheap to quick purchaser. Address, ern up-to-date little cottage in the city. celebrated Roup Cure. Cholera $10 per share on the amount subscribed at.
-- now in cur new quarters, 214 E. F. H. Mariner Bohemia. Fla. ldec bath. gas. electricity. 7 rooms cabinet cure lice and mite kll'er as wellas
: LOANED 01"re&1 estate and InUndencia. entrance also at 215 Romana. mantles, folding doors ,between dining an unexcelled Egg Proiucer. All
paraonal property on short notice. and prepared to do everything in wagon room and library, butler's pantry large guaranteed. and a splendid grade of The First National Pensacola Fla.
COW AND CALF FOR SALE 5-8 Jersey Bank ,
Terms euy. J. \\. ItulLard. 2SK South building .ht.w make your F.
I and carnage front gallery. House beautifully finishedon : : I v '
ty.repa1rJn4oc ; 3-8 Holstein; 6 years old; giving oFIlatho )Marianna Fla.
Co. Pensacola American
PaJ :o& St. Phone 1144.I L. Herring, Phone 823; 2 gallons. Address Box 371 or call at. Inside. yard nicely laid off. beautiful S.334.Mellen & boy National Bank,

I i.AN LEND TOUR MONEY at eight MATTRESSES RENOVATED New tick 1312 East Ninth street. lldeclw hood flowers in stables city. This large is lot a cheap best neighbor place for Florida National Bank.
II eent.-U you baNe any that FOR SALE-At a bargain a barber's -
I per you I furnished if desired. Guaranteed. Car the money-$4750.00. Jacksonville, Fla.
F- a.att interest 0n". see me about it. It pet taken up and matting laid. Leave outfit good as new; one first-class
111 be abcotetely! safe on real estateeecurity. orders at Watson. Parker Reese Co.'s. DECORATIVE VERGREE -S. W. barber chair; one dozen excellent razors, ,,
I Leslie E. Brooks. Pbon 4C3. i it Wesley Duncan. 7gept Smilax needle pIns. holly, mistletoe. 6-room cottage and hall, bath and mugs, brushes and combs. Address J. -
i shower bath hot and cold water, cabinet '
window wreaths and other Christmas M Armstrong, Kneads; Fla. 6declm
t: MONET TO LOAN-Everybody borrows MILTON UPHOLSTEiUNG SHOP Wfl- decorations. Miss Annie Jordan. 115 mantles, modern throughout. occupyinga
f money from Jno. A. Hall it Co., 14V, Me Mlms. Proprietor. Furniture repairing North Spring street. Phone.1335. 4dec2w % block of'ground on East.Hill block FOR SALE-Bargain In 6-room cottageat For further Information address
I Ji'. Government St. When In need call j ji of all kinds carpets laid,. furniture from car line, good neighborhood-$3000. Cottage Hill Fl Terms to suit. One .
;onL i ir packed for shipping. Phone 63 acre fruit. flowers and garden. Address -
i Next to Tampa landing 22aprU FOR SALE-200-arpent country place 7 :Modern 5-room cottage reception hall, Egbert BealL 5declw
r ..'ThTT LOANED on all kinds of per- :: miles from Pensacola, short mile westof large front gallery. on corner lot 60x137%; THE FLORIDA HOME INSURANCE COMPANY
sonal property on short notice. Terms H. ALFMAN-Tin. Copper and Sheet Olive station and postofflce known as I two blocks from car line on East Hill; FOR S.ALE-House and lot at 1013 East
r ttUy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W. Romana. : Iron Worker: cornice work and skylights 7-mile house on old Jackson road 30 acres I house new, lot nicely laid off wth pretty Jackson street $1600. Apply to' G. A. .-
r f leone 1165. Ifeb I Ik a specialty; roofing guttering and fenced and cross-fenced. with woven wire I flowers large stables fronts south. It Dohlstrom 1013 East Jackson street or MARIANNA FLA.
repairing. 109 East Government. opera fence balance partly cleared. partly,fine, is cheap at $2450.00. 818 South Palafox. 27novlm ,
UNLIMITED amount of money to loan housd- building. Phone 560. Residence timber. Fine oaks. pear. chestnut and
-n all kinds of personal property. Sped -I phone ISIS. other trees. Stream running through; FOR SALE CHEAP-8econd-haod buggies -
l rate to business men on largeL.ns. many springs on place: also horse buggy, and wagons. If you want a bargain -- ----I -.....-..
!The New. York Loan Co.. 20414Pafefox. I J. H. PORTER. palUnaker 71. South harness. wagon and farming tools; 3 1- in a second-hand vehicle of any doscription -
.th Palafox street. Orders taken for tents. room houses. 1 50-foot stable. with two call or write W. E. ,Taylor ChIp- ..
---n I awnings camp stools and house cots. rooms; 1 25-foot barn and other out- J. W. Bullock Jr; Icy, Flat' llnoylnj 1'
etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan houses. Suitable for sanitarium country A BOOK 261 BIG STON ;
BOARD AND ROOMS. club, factory. brewery or stock farming. FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mehlen .
Reason for selling-owner has no one to & Sons' piano in handsome rosewoodcase.
f manage place. Great bargain as investment Real Estate and Mortgage Loan A bargain. Piano :an be seen YEARS OLD
:V\R RENT-Large nicely furnished room FOR RENT. I or for one looking for good farming by calling at the Kandy Kitchen. 3oct. BLOCK FELLAS
with board; privilege of bath and taleg.Ione For address E. W.
land. .
Room 302 Brent, Building. .' ,
415 west -
Apjiljr GregoryStreet '
Pensacola. Fla. New FOR
Peake, Laundry SALE and immediate delivery, 'one
or tekvhone No. 65. I4nlwk FOR RENT-At Big Bayou. 7-room. 2-I building. East Chase street. Idee automatic tandem compound center 'INTERESTING AND INSTRUCTIVE
story house. Bath and Kitchen, all furnished ,Phone 637 crank. engine of about ,150
.steam honepC .
for rent : --
Booms with -
FOR RENT- privilege month also kit- PROPERTY"'O"FMRS.
JIO 4-rooms
; per FOR SALE-l0.000 acres round timber >1l'er. and two return tubular boners 7* CURiO THE If WAS
: of light housekeeping. Phone and chen and hall unfurnished. S17.S0. Fisher I II land. 12,500 saw mill! timber and saw : inches diameter by 1C feet long. For full BEING HOISTED TO
Bath. Apply 9*) East Jackson St. 9dee Real Estate Agency 206 South Palafox. I I VAN WINKLE.
mill. 32-room: hotel at a bargain. Several particulars apply Stone & Webster Enz.
16dec i farms and town properties. THE BLOUNT BUILDING, AND
good I Corporation. Box 830 Pensacola 14nov
RENT Best in city. Mrs. M.
ROOMS TO ]I & Settcrlind. Chipley, Fla.
12Ss East Government St.Sdec. Write, Gentry SALE One of themost Interesting and instructive -
B. Preston. FOR RE."T-Two nice double sto Pala-I 23sept I FOR FOR SALE-One fine wall Case 25 feet CARRIED AWAY STAGING.
{r East Intendencia street between long 8 feet high with ribbon case 10 curios in Pensacola, or in
t fox and Tarragona Inquire at the Fisher PANAMA CANAL EDITION of The feet that matter is
JW011S-XIOl'lY furnished upstairs convenient long. separate. Will make fine display the south as for a
; t6 car lIne. with or without Real Estate Agency. 2InovFOR Journal-a magnificently Illustrated I '-case fopany kind 'of'merchandise. book belonging to Mrs. Lewis Van
i:02: East Gadsden street. I magasine containing scores of views oi I Apply to E. L Reese, 17 North Palafox. -
board. Sdeclm RENT-A. R. Blngham has storage the city and harbor. For sale.t all ZOnovlm Winkle. on East Cervantes street. I ,
room for rent suitable for furniture book stores or at The Journal office. By $700.j; ? It is a book but little larger than Through the breaking of the hoisting
or other goods. 104 and 106 South Tar. I
Ilscjt '
t- Nicely furn! hed rooms suitable for ragona xtreet. Phone 39. mall. 20 cents. CREW NOTICE. !a Webster or Century unabridged die- beam, which is on the top of tb
I 1'eht! housekeeping block and half from buys a four-room cottage with summer I Neither the Captain. Owners tionary. The paper is In a remarkablestate ]I Blount building big section of stonewhich .
12.JO and 1:30 a
raUfox. Apply between kitchen on East Rents for SS.50 nor Consignees of the British
6 Gregory. I i
f FOR SALE Good size mule
..!;. p. m.. or after 6:00 p. m., 219 East Government -. old. Qualities are the best. No whip-years per month. A bargain for a home or an I a steamship Marian will be of preservation being hand-made was being hoisted to one of th,:
i street 6dec2w1CICKLY :: HOTELS.LOCKHART ping necessary. Lady or child can man investment.: f I responsible the for debts contracted -. water marked linen fiber, and the I I floors near th& top, fell back to of said
by crew vessel.IL
t. FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. age. Apply to J. W. Senterfitt. 708 E. G. HOGG. type and press work even surpass ground below, and in its descent ca

f'. \\ith or without board. Table board.f HOTEL Lockhart Ala, Cervantes St. 14declw $2100 i MASTER.. Captain. many books executed at this time.It I ried away the staging and platforms

Pho'nee gas and bath. No. 3 Palafox. new management newly renovated. FOR SALE OR RENT-One of finest Consignee. is ,"An Exposition of the Bookof I erected around the building as thou&::1>
It 27nov nice rooms. Bath and all accommodations. farms in West Florida. 2V"miles from gets a pretty six-room new and modern I Job" and the dates at the foot of: they were constructed of matches.
Special attention to traveling n.-en. 140 in cultivation fine home on East Cervantes, near car line. CREW NOTICE.
Chipley. acres :
\15-Two furnished front enema Special rates to weekly boarders. J. buildings. Cash rent $1.50 per acre. L. I Neither the Captain. Owners each section of:, the work run. from I The piece of stone probably weigh*
r,. sut.thIs for light housekeeping. Use Rodgers. Prop. iSnovBROWN C. Ridenour Chipley. Fla. 14dec2w '$3200.buys nor Consignees of the steamshIp 1645 to 163%. The work, gives evidence ; a ton and it was near the top wh,
L ef.* or.e and bath. Apply S22 East I a Homsund will be responsible of being printed In England or the'beajn broke, and it came crashing
w..." Phone 897. 5nov HOUSE
GJ. or DeTuntaX
1. Sprints. for debts contractedby
b cash for i house Scotland and impresses one with the back to the scattering piecE!!
Good bds. airy rooms elegant local, FOR SALE-$25.00 Remington a new two-story eight-room I the Crew of said vesseL ground
,1 ptrxr.3'IED; ROOMS for rent at 212 free bath and sample rooms. Special Typewriter in first-class writing order; i modern conveniences, on corner lot, near D. BEHRENS. idea that the compiler must have been of
t West Gregory street ISnovlm attention to J. traveling R. men. Rates $3.Ooper reason here. Address for Belling..Bo"have Care no Journal use for same'' car A line deed near to this in.home on East will be HIlL a Christmas! liTER BROS. Captain. possessed of the patience of Job as Fortunately non nr the ..",.-* -*
' .?- ,- day. Prop. Zlnovlm, present never to be forgotten. I ,Cons1gnee.Consignee. : well as a pretty good bank account in were engaged at the time on that portion

LOST. HOTEL SOUTHERN-Op a all the 1 1I order to have produced such 'a. vol- of the buildi&g or ,.*&.:as

\ year. American and European plan. FOR SALE-A fine tract of land nt'arI I 1I I CREW NOTICE. tune. staging that was carried away. .
I Special summer rates. First-class in city. Part heavily timbered: part! I Neither the Captain. Owners The accident occurred yesterday "

bLOST-A puppv.liver-colored with white 1month'sotdpoInter feet and e\ey:. Mrs.respect T. L.Pleasant Bowen Prop and .'convenient. *> &**-- East 1eared.Gadsden.Call phone 285; or address ISnovlm 1102 Co R.YAEQER nor Consignees of the German WE HAVE JUST 'RECEIVED A ternoon about 2 o'clock and at a timt

a will be *
j'eh1te breast. Cor. 13th a\e. and 14th : cola. Fla. 1tai rIi I responsible steamship for Hortfel debts contracted SHIPMENT OF LADIES "DUCHESS". when many persons were on the stre
.treet. J. 11. Kohlrr. lidec Iw i nigM SHIP C1L\NDLERi-JlcKlnsle Xrting i by the crew of said vessel.F. OXFORDS. several of whom saw the stone as It
and European -
I BAT day. 200 Thiesen Building.i
:;! j.OST-A solid badge. Engraved on back Ii plan. Rooms' light and clean. tc Gx. wholesale and retail ship crand- J. A. MERRITT & CO.. NEDJANN Captain.Consignee. WM. JOHNSON & SON. crashed through the woodwork on tM
"G. J. rnge r." Liberal reward for re- Transient trade solicited. 575-579 South lers and grocers. Only first-class house hone,86. 9 and 11. SOUTH PALAFOX. outside of the building
rsiirn to Journal office. lldeclw IPalaf


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and Fame Poverty and Obscurity I F :' I

Here are two_men. On is quickto-improve every opportunity; he gradually rises to wealth and fame. The other mari is equally intelligent in a general way, but ; i : _

when an opportunity is offered he hesitates, he fears he will not succeed, he does not make up his mind toJaunch out. He always remains at the foot of the ladder,. in obscurity. =_ i 1,

The one plays the part of a man who concluded that he would not go near thcwater; until he learned to swim, the other learns to swim by going into the water -

and trying. In due time he safely plunges in where it is a thousand feet deep. .

One opportunity improved leads to another and the harvest field, laden with golden returns,constantly widens and broadens.. Thus it is, and this, of course is run ,
through the lives of successful men. -1

The man who is afraid is not good for much, in any way, and rarely ever amounts to anything, unless he throws off and overcomes his shackles of doubt and timidity -
The! man who carefully considers a matter, making as sure as possible that he i is right, then makes up his mind and goes in,to win, with all, his might, is the,man who : t : # -1

: gets on in the world. It is the course followed by every largely successful man In all lines, In the world. ,:;. +. i
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I I I Now is the time to take advantage of the opportunities afforded to make enormous profits in PENSACOLA REALTY. I: 4 l

:Pensacola Let Gilt-Edge Mortgages. : '4 1*

Its location with reference to the Panama Canal and its great .

natural advantages, is attracting the attention of both govern YourChristmas Bearing 8 per cent interest and absolutely safe f and secure, for r

ment officials and capitalists sale. A fine'opportunity for investment. '" "_ .,<', ..: _

We have a fine list of properties-lots; homes, tenement ,Gift -"5/> ., '

houses, business properties that will yield a handsome increase Be, aDeed Idle Money. ; ; : : : :

fl in the near future and ,on suitable terms. I

I to Persons having idle money on hand or earning less than 8 per lifl


': cent, are invited to take up the matter with us with the view j

have several customers for houses and lots 'in good PensacolaProperty.
I of having it placed at a higher rate, and where safety is also %

j il neighborhoods who will pay $1500 to $2500. If you desire to .] 4FMEMIUAN V,

II sell your property.. list it with us NOW. assured. i :

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I Real Estate and :,Fire Insurance, Cor. Government and DeLuna Sts. 1. ., .

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... <"' ,Uf'REIl '1 CHRISTMAS
1 !I $ ESTlllS ;*. "
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<' Colored-To Jake Dean and wife, ll
Record of Births TUWErd Arrived Yesterday. I If
Marriages,, 3 boy; to Ed. Barrel and wife a boy; i ) : HHdegard BoUndorf 1610 for
-.. to Isaac Polk and-wife. a girl; to V.! '67.SANITY Bremen, with 1.004,866 8 ft lumber; for L LIQUORS : l
.. .... -.. J' and Deaths During the D. Gamlln and wife, a girl; to James Brake ilacca with Isor l 5n7 bk. a Drammond ft lumber. 995. for I
Foster and wife,'.a boy; to Thos. Car Buenos Ayres, with 1L.C22 bbls rosin.
l le. Past Week.AS ter and wife, a boy. j Sailed Y et.rday.
Cayo Largo, Br esr for Havre.
Far eaI.
Deaths. Margherita, ,Aust sa, for Barcelona. ci1
White-Chas. Reno 1 year, la '
years, ((110 cause siren;) Catorine SHIPMENT OF LADIES "DUCHESS" f P \f.tiff': \
CES OF'THE CITY CLERK AND i Hall, 2 years, (no cause given;) Infant I WINE :':!*-
r 03 of J. H. Wilson, (6 days tetanus; r OXFORDS.WM.. JOHNSON & SON. i Y f
Roach 45 years, abcesa of liver; i l .
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I Mary C. Palma one year. :
The following is the record of mar colored-E. Goldsmith 60 years, OF THE "
riages births and deatha during the: gunshot wound; laabell Lucy, 6 years, $ 6SC Per sal QSC % ? :/; Ji'
past seven days as are of record in: convulsions; R. Raucten, 2 years, ,
TOYS the offices of the city clerk and I nephritis; Eliza Holly, 60 years, (no .<5 sI y 1: !.
';i .., county judge: B. Roberts, 15 I<
1 cause given;) Ladora .J
I I:Can
FURNITURE : Marriages. days tetanus; Charley MeCarnth 2S SER IAN rRINCEi I NAVAL STORES i-
/i j, White-John T. Wilson and Addle i years, septicimia; James Simmons Sa>annah, Ga., Dec. 15_Th* naval > Save You ;
HOUSE t .,; J. Potter. Ralph C. Cushman and I 58 years, heart disease. stores market. closed to-day' u.follows...685 All ; '..
\VW "" ""'"'O''''''''''' Money on + .tl
I Battle H. Hendricks, Karl GJ Johnson i __ ?..............,. ?S : ; :
II FURNISHINGS and Idele Butler, Thomas White Notice Is given to the public in gen N\VG....................91..6....::.:...::::..400 > Christmas ,; '
!: I Id and! Annie Lee Flemming. II eral and the patrons of the Penusacola,i All Sorts of Stories Continueto tl.::::::::.::,.::::.::::::::::::::.:::::.ass 6 15 x Liquor. ., .
Colored-Frank Adams knd Eliza Oyster Depot that on account of the I I .........?...........................4 50H ,j "
Moderate Prices.. ,. .,,,;." Rogers Geo. W. Rogers and Ella i September storm, I was prevented: Be Circulated Re- ..:.:..:::::::::::::':"..:'::::.::::'.:::'*.:.4* 05 25 a Don't take my word;but 1 ;. 'J'}
cf 0.
from business at the opening *
Matthews, Jas. Ingraham, and Lula doing I ...................................4 OS call and
Large line comprising every Johnson. John Webster and Carrie I the season, having lost all my fishIng Him. K F ...................................4 00J ( get my prices. I x t
garding ................ ..,........,..
n-wand up-to-date Toy. I Maxwell Tobe Johnson and Isabell!I boats and oyster beds; but I have > .4 00 I$ know where you'll buy. : r
Hobby Horses. Rocking made for stock and the I C .1........................400 : Si8TJf :
,., Lee Atzo Sims and Ethel Dolson,I arrangements f
Horses Express Wagons / :Spirits: turpentine 66% to 6\ cents.
SulKles, Pensacola Oyster Depot will open I I 1 F .
-Vjdboat Lincoln Richards and Katie Good-' I ;
etc. ,t r', man, George Green and Annie Brown; ,'I for business on January 1. Further Special j i to The JournaL 1 PensacoU Cotton Market. | '
You welcome whether Fwisacola cotton QUotations }
The following (
you buy or not.Harrison. :' Walter Cobb and Ella Walker,' I notice will be in our daily papers. My Belgrade Dec. 15.-AlI sorts of are furnished by J. P. O'Connor & : JOE ROTH a;,
j < Births. prices will be the same as usual stories: continue to be circulated concerning Co. F. O. B. cotton brokers Pensacola, !

Bros... White-T. E. B. Acosta arid wife, a Yours Respectfully OYSTER) DEPOT, I f the mental condition, of the Good Florida:Milling: ......................10% / Cor oT3rfimact and Tarragona Sts. !0 "' girl: to B. F. Bache and wife a boy; PENSACOLA I(Servian crown prince. His latest Strict Middling .......................19 I. '
t 1211-122 E. Intendenela St. to J. M. Griffin and wife a boy; to Frank Sagari, Prop |escapade is common property here Middling, .............................0\ >b'u u ,XXXf1: f;' ff "
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at the A mouse was recently Strict Low Middling i :
W. P.' Brownson and wiie a boy to WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A capitaL the Low Middling ............-.O''....... 8X .l BDON'T
J. V. Caro and wife a boy; to Q. A. SHIPMENT OF LADIES "DUCHESS" caught at the palace where I'
Worthington and wife a boy;" to Prince resides. This he carried alive WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
.. John E. Maxwell and wife, a girl; WM. JOHNSON &. SON. [:outside,and ordered a sentinel to bite SHIPMENT OF LADIES "DUCHESS" t1 IJt!
'off its head holding it to his mouth fORGET _
to S. Klotzko and wife, a girl. 9 and 11 SOUTH PALAFOX. OXFORDS.WM. I
_.. and 'Crying "grisi: (Ibite it) As the JOHNSON &. SON. !
-- '- ---._ __" _.T_ -- ------------- --- soldier refused the Prince beat him 9 and 11 SOUTH PALAFOX. TO GET ; 'f r riXMAS
......, and threatened him at the point of a.i -
revolver for disobeying his military} DEEDS.I
The attracted crowd. I December: 15, 1906. CAKES : ;i''
superior. 1 Ilarrr L. Brooks to S. Moses-Lot 25. 1
K The Best Christmas Present E of curious spectators. and their loud'!block ST. East King ct Belmont Nnmberlng .
I denunciations brought out the officer| -$!)<>.00 and. other good and valu- ; :
on duty. Through the efforts and: the aide ronfttlcraUons.l ,i WE HAVE THE BEST IN TOWN. T, t.' ;.
IL Turner to D. Hal WilMn-Lota '
That You Could Possibly Give a Suffering Friend isThis entreaties finally of induced his officers to retire.the princewas !1 New to 5 City and Trart-$1OOO.OO H to 20. inclusive' and other block valuable Hi-, I Fruit Cake a Specialty, and j.1

considerations. in the *j jeating
else '
I D. Hale Wilson to Fib A. CluhbsI everything
CARD OF JHANKS. I Lots 17 and 18, block K); New City Tract line 'i' .
East Hill Coterie No 4lii Uh to I 1$10000 and other valuable considcratlons J :

GOOD HEALTH I thank those who assisted them in _____' __ __ I Refreshments of all kinds, -i t';f ..::
giving the Old ladies Thanksgiving; WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
b dinner at the home of C J. Johnson SHIPMENT OF LADIES "DUCHESS" Prices always reasonable*. j\\J
iiia l"It was a grand IIUCce S. Those who *
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if You it A a donated are as follows: C. S. B. Association OXFORDS.WM.. JOHNSON & SON. OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE. PHONE 134. -
do at Right
is cm
Easy to ; i : :
a go 9 No :. $3.50; B. Lodge No. 1S9 k !9 and 11 SOUTH PALAFOX.TEMPERATURE E
a: a: CON $1.00; B. H. Lodge No. 77, $1.25:, Dees Nick's Placei I \t
z FriendWho ; bread H., Pitman canned MAXIMUM 7 < 4 If You Have a ,:' D A; g.J' goods Company; Thomas Belle; beef. DECREES MINIMUM 61 DECREES. No. 2. if -
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C W is suffering from Rheumatism. Kidney or Stomach Troubles. Female Diseases or any of the serlaua Bloo4 Dis N PIQ I WE 'HAVE J sr RECEIVED A The maximum temperature at Pen. :"< =''
eases,\let jour Christmas present,to them this year be a fcalf-dozen bottles of '-. ; SHIPMENT OF LADIES "DUCHESS"t sacola yesterday was 70 degrees at :3 i 3GO '
W t. THfGKCATIST K. E. B. P.or 8iooa p. m., while the minimum was 61 TO e.::4 t 5
."" { OXFORDS.WM.. JOHNSON & SON. degrees at 6:30.a. m.Last year on!
9 and 11 SOUTH PALAFOX.' the same date the maximum was 52 j i A 1 '
It might not be in time to cure them for this Christmas but It would restore them to perfect health and enjoyment degrees and the minimum 41 degrees.4The Bakery
for many',years to come and your, joy wonlJ,be second only to their when you realize. what Teat.hapPIness had resulted I New African Railway. total deficiency in rainfall since! a specialtyof ,;
tron011' little Christmas sift at a few bottles of K. E B. P. Vienna. Dec. 15-The Spanish Ambassador January 1st now amounts to 1029 t tJ
In Vienna is authority for the inches. j Mixed Cakes, Pound <;,
---...; If Your Druggist Cannot Supply You, Apply to I statement that a project J |Is being considered J I 1 Cakes, Fruit Cakes, Fruits ; .
I. Ffir for the construction of a Spanish WE HAVE JUST A 5
Company r P -AfricanAmericanrailway from SHIPMENT'OF LADIES "DUCHESS"I and Candies Christmas.. .Il 5
to Dakar ,connecting at the Corner and i
Tangier Hayne Jackson
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If you'll just stop a minute and think you'll realize to Secure I THE ,SPLENDID ; f

why KRESS is able to sell for 10 cents an article that AccommodationsSince VERTISING GROCQ'; E lid A !t P

costs you anywhere from 25 to.50 cents elsewhere.We .
buy bin carloads instead of dozens-for six- Daring Es- NARD.

ty stores instead of one. We buy right ,from the

maker-thus saving you the middleman's profit. That's capade.Special This big paper- ;

where KRESS' values come in-and that's how we do it. Christmas Edition<:
vertising than has
Out of the fullness of oa few instances: to The Journal. single edition of The
Geneva, Dec. .-People have not
That of
means course
yet done laughing over the queer performances more than any
of the hero of Kopenick and
MONDAY 9 A.-M. I I ever carried and as
his daring raid, at the heed of the,'
'as any paper in the
regulars, on the treasure chest of the carried.
a I
mayor but a story now being circu
XMAS TURKEY PLATTER SALE. lated here shows that the moral pointed I.I 1 The great advertising I
by it may have rather disagreeable today's paper Is a
25c. louder than words
results. I
At the present time a battalion of energy and ability of,

Another example of the wonderful values to be had Swiss reservists Is going through a',advertising manager, B. COFFEE CO., Ltd.
course of training in the neighborhoodof It a work of which
at KRESS'. Hand-painted and gold-traced over a dark Bale, and a few days ago it start man might be proud, New Orleans, (/. S. A.
green back ground-worth 125. ed on a long march which necessitated considered that some
it being put up for the night at pages of advertising ,

KRESS' BRUSH AND-COMB TRAY SALE. one One or morning two villages an officer on the was way.sent,on-I ted enough because In the there city were to Bear Company Agents.

by the commander to secure,quartersand Into type, the work is !!? ,
smatter! of
25c each. on his arrival at the place indicated congratulation
( that he would be there at six '!'ment.
q o'clock that evening and the request: The advertising
Hand-painted center, gold-traced ,on back ground of that he would provide suitable lodg-I paper show also that -

green and blue. They will add a nishing touch to the ings as well as sufficient rations for I chants are enterprising
the men. The mayor eyed his visitorfor degree and that they
handsomest dresser. Worth COMING
a while and then he exclaimed that'value of The Journal's SOON
,)f he was not such a greenhorn as the Ii tion as an advertising
officer seemed to imagine. Much 'surprised Journal not only has an .a
Silver the latter inquired as to what of town circulation, but
I the
Spoons lOc. the mayor meant by this extraordinary 1 eolation is probably,
remark and was told to use his talent figure that has ever at ORIGINAL PRODUCTIONThe

Some lucky were born with silver in for practical Joking elsewhere as it a Pensacola paper.
persons a
spoons would not go down in that particular all that the experience
their mouths; others have to buy them. village. I(I merchants through by Musical Cocktail With a Menu of

Kress is selling silver spoons at a price that will In vain did the officer try argument,j demonstrated to them
persuasion and as a last resource (over that tney always Music Direct From a 26 Weeks
compensate for being born unlucky. All white "
; plated on threats "Look here replied the from The Journal's.
I metal with Sterling silver. Mayor," we are not at Kopenick. I results are what count Run in Chicago
have no inclination to be made the The Journal trusts St.
Three different patterns-plain, beaded and grape- laughing stock of the whole of Europe I will patronize these
vine. those and if you do not clear out immediately -f it is sure that they
Equal to usually sold for five times the
I shall have you arrested I Users represented in

price-only, each . . . . . . . 10c I That evening promptly at the hour j constitute the
We guarantee them for two mentioned the battalion marched into chants of Pensacola. If
years.ChinawareUnprecedented the town to find that not the slightest who want of them
;t.. preparations had been made to re- it anywhere. They are
ceive them. The men had to be lodged ,ground you can see
Values the best way they could and manyof you know what you CHEF

The beautiful designs in this stock are almost limitless and the them went supperless to bed. I from whom you are forms

Kress values simply. 'can't be duplicated elsewhere for less than twice WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A directory To-day's for paper the CbrI .

the price. OXFORDS.SHIPMENT OFf' ..ADIES "DUCHESS"(Read it thoroughly ,
After- inner and saucers Bread and Butter plates in decor tomorrow, =-
with gold and lustre finish, new ated imported china 25 different ill the night before
and fancy designs in tulip and designs, each . loc 9 and 11 SOUTH PALAFOX. HARRY HERMSEN GERTRUDE HDTCHESON
I kettle shapes, 6 different sizes, In this wide assortment, complete tea FUNERAL .OSCAR RAGLAND ELSIE FRAZE
rich embossings and colorings, and Gold dinner decorated sets can souvenirs easily be made odd up. The funeral ser, WALTER B. SMITH LaBELLE LAURETTE
1,000 different shapes and de- shapes such as slippers, boots in and .l Catherine $. Chandler, Sun.'a! OSBORXE CLEMSON STANLEY FELCU
signs;cup and saucer lOc vases toe REliGIOUS the residence 114 West, !
day at 3 o'clock p. BL, AND THE FAMOUS
be at SL Michael's

carving Knife and fo k,. ebony ACT-l/lIlIlCr T lnTUM Cups Necessary WE HAVE JUST BROIL: : R.
handle and for
Sets FANATICISMCurious ,
swedgeblade6or8mches and Saucers poilltlci OXFORDS. ',; :- 60-PEOPLE- 0 80-SONG HITS-80
long forks With guard per Set 2SC The Eni pnceu Sal>U. Verrartwt- >c"P.t7. IRn Jl K. WM. JOHNSON

Hair Oval back, firm black Vases HandsomdyblendedBrusl.eS 9 and 11 SOUTH A PERFECT PRODUCTION PRESENTED IN PERFECTION.

bristles. These sell for and glazed vases in40c.

and BOc. at ryc/ six artistic shapes,8 to 10 inches, 15c Fungus Has Taken TEACHERS

most stores-our pnceKress' % Form of Virgin and The Public Schools: )BOOKSIPOR ( )) ( ))

Child Near Ant- county will close on ,
1 Candy.Kress' Dec. 21st and will '

werp. on Wednesday morning }) CHRISTHAS

': by buying in vast quantities;are able to sell ,candy that and Teachers forward are their

,,' costs 25 cents per pound elsewhere, for 10 cents pound. Notice the promptly after Dec. %

offerings below.Wherever Special to The Journal. same must be dated Children'sImported "
,1 candy is sold in a Kress store it is safe, fresh and Antwerp, Dec. 15.-Religious fana- N. ,
Rag Muslin D Books printed in colors, ISc to Sac; XurwT
:: harmless.perlb. 10c ticism and superstition are runningriot County' garment stories, Mother Goose a: e8L for Thought, etc., at lac Den slow's Pirtvr
at Borgerhout, a suburb of Antwerp Dec 163ts. with Books, Tom Thumb'Mother Ilubbard Jack-and-the-Bean-btalk. etc., 15c to 11 '.
where a curious fungus money
For Reliable Kress' NOTICE.
Candles-Try growth of rotton planks has taken This Is to certify that Boy'sAlger .
I the form of the familiar statuettes of Aniello DILustro all the Fla.
1' FUDGE, Chocolate and Vanilla flavors.perlb.Strictly tOe the Virgin Mary and child. The in the bark Oliver now Book 30c, Henty Books 23c, Favorite oft Authors 35c, We and <-
wharf except the small : Young a at 5c; Juvenile Histories at All have good cloth I b:'-
f Fresh Chocolates and Bon-Bons usual 40c. to ignorant populace of course claim I the sum of J1SJ.75. Ing. good paper, illustrated. clear type.A fine, large line of Boys books.
!that a miracle has been wrought. Witnessed:
: 60c. per lb., Kress' price.perlb. 20C The local priests have denounced the I JOHN P. R. PEARL.D. RANDALL. Girl's
that the In- r
Euperstitution claiming
tf WE HAVE JUST Louisa M Alcott books at from 35e to Jl.30. Laura E. :Richards, book it
cidents are due entirely to natural SI.IS. Elise Dinsmore books at,$1.15. Little Colonel Books at 11.30.. Litt r,:>-
causes but the incident still clings in SHIPMENT OF LADIES per at $1.30. -
i To accommodate the public we will be open nights the minds of the peasants in spite, of OXFORDS.

f from Monday, the 17th until Christmas. all eradicate that has the been superstition.done in attempts to I 9 and WM.11 SOUTH Fiction, New and Old

This store was estabLsaed with the primary idea of supplying the p? ''< of
: No packages will be delivered from December 15th Pensacola and vicinity, with all! the new and up-to-date popular fiction us a.
it came from the presses. One of the charms of the now poular ""first,< v.
: to December 25th, inclusive. HIGH PRICE FOR PROF. ALLENAT to possees and read It while it is fresh and popular; you keep up with! Il.o' n".wand
popular ideas of the day and have a ready topic of conereatiuand -
almost circutnt&nces.
!! any
4- This Eeaaon has produced a great number of notable novels many ,'f tie
; !! PIECE OF CHINA the acknowledged imusterrteces, of famous authors. The new novels of -araben,
WATCH KRESS' WINDOWS" Doyle Anthony [these\- and Mary Dillon will stand as classicsI
handls all of and many more and hare a good Holiday Mrk.. er1
make a cut of 20e per book under the publishers' regular retail price or I31! fo'
a Jl.50 ooofc '
Special to The Journal. WELL KNOWN In the order popular fiction I hare a large stock at SOc, hoc and 'Y am.ne t *
latter being such books Virginian. In the Palace of the King: Via +>
London, Dec. 16.-A little piece of THE Richard lea and Xay. Calumet K The Road Builders, The Cost Kid Keggc ,
Dresden China eleven Inches in height Soldiers of Fortune, Prisoner of Zenda etc.

representing a lady wearing a Grin HON. W. M.
i' PIANOS GOOD PIANOS line and carrying a pug dog has Just PoetryThe
: been sold at auction here for a trifle ( works of all the great poets In handsome, padded Icat,r bindings at
over $5,000.The II and 11.50 per volume a large stock. Also a one assortment of tl,'- works '\
Tallahassee has
sale took place at Cristie's famous writers bound in ooze calf leather at $1 per book. Tbc!* are beautif !
this week from a books and very appropriate as Christmas gifts.
rooms, and so rare Is the little pieceof distinction, the honored
: A good piano is cheaper in the end, in the beginning china that the struggle for its possession Prof I., E. Allen, of are of. ReligiousBibles

and all the time. fight eventually was positively became keen.'a duel The between county. Prof. Allen Is the of the Bagster, Nelson and Cambridge editions about thirty diftVrr.'
Mr. Philpot and Mr. Duveen and most Interesting at- styles of binding paper type etc.. prices ranging from tOe to Jt:,=>e per": :.
markable figures in the Hymnals, Fosters Story of the Bible. Cruden's Concordance, CatIJol1s Pr
I A Watch for 79c!) is nevertheless a watch. when the latter at last became the eous life of the state. Books.

possessor of the ornament it had cost. years past he has been
f: A suit of clothes for the largest man at $4.98 isli. him nearly $500 an inch. r engaged in teaching gen- Miscellaneous
The Earl of Bonlskillen's collectionof '
still a suit. ;- old porcelain came under the ham- Florida. Dictionaries at JSc to fit, a fine assortment. Fad Books, such as Extra f,,,;.
and *.. Cynic Runes of -
ous wearing a same Conduct. Your Health Cigarettes In Fact and F ni'> Tryst
mer earlier and. realized a total of less professor Is yet at the minds Ale. eta, 60c and ne.
Yet these articles are dear because worthless. than 4000. tail For higher priced. gifts would suggest one complete works of great ifin a'
In ,
nine .
:J years eels. say Ilacaulyjrv,Cooper Thackeray, Dickens Shakespeare, etr If S' fe/,
health and enthusla rre I hare several editions complete at from $2.&0 for the Avon edi Ion. 1 > "
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The same thing is true of has been the preceptor roe the Te:nple edition conslstJnr of 40 Tolames. Tab would make a bin: gl::,
ti' cheap, pianos-pianos the price is Z0. per cent. less than book agents.
; the leading and most de Please plan so spend some or your Christmas with me.HARRY .
money .
1 \\hich are made like l lightning and sound like thunder "Heads I in West Florida and I

"t i: -after a little use. Ii WinTails You lose." 1 bama idea noble how, life and to work he shoot.is still .the I T. HOWLAND, Manager>

; A Kranich & Bach, Lester, Packard, Cassell, I is the unfair game coffee The professor is week. I DE LUNA BOOKSTORE

Clutter Piano last life time and plays with many persons guest of his ardent
It a are always good. 1451EscsmbU
Give it up and get a "square mirer, Hon. W. M. $35. De Luna Street 'Phons

't See them at ,the Clutter Music House-oldest, deal" by usIng',welI-made I of superintendent most engaging He' Is $S5. I

and largest in the state. his visit to the capital Lodge F. A A. M. *
POSTUMTHERE'S exceptional Regular communication of Es-I WE
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1 great pleasure to the cambia Lodge Jo 15 F. & SHIPMENT OF LADIES DUCHESS"
j i and officials whom he i 1ng.iL will be held Monday 'pt OXFORDS.
1 :Allen will return to his clock. Election! of officers.
I A, REASON" home In time to spend Visiting brethren fraternally invited. WM. JOHNSON & SON
I holidays.-lallahassee I Secretary, \v..M. 9 and 11 SOUTH PALAFOX.


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;t BE PETERS was a Yankee man an' sharper than a pin. .j "t i

I 9" He lived ,way out In Lonesome Lane, afl by himself; a*'he t = i
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Thrilling Incident of Time r = 1SK general headquarters 'also soon' got[boards with the four canteens attach. Would never visit other folk or ask his neighbors in 4 '
acquainted with a' number of the f ed would make the crossing of the An had '
When Sherman Made I I Heading medical JDen of General Gil-. river a comparitive/! safe undertake never Th&nkstihrin or a Christmas jubilee. -e a' !

II I tHis I moure's army ing.We He was the sharpest filler In a trade you ever knew. 4 '

Famous Marchto I 'Matters ran on In this 'sort' of way calculated to place our shoes, He. was -the' clo est buyer ever fan around the town* -
for some six weeks and out of the pants.jacket and a liberal lunch in An if he lent
a dollar he
was sure to let back two
the Sea. 1125 very sick'solaTefs'thafwe'had'onour the buckets; which with the boards
y rolls on the 5th., of February a' and canteens we expected to push in ..t An' always took advantage of the feller who was down..-" ;A

large,percent.had been buried some front of us and drift with the current The old folks used to talk of him beside the fire at night r
had recovered and .had taken the oathof until we could make the opposite:_eO An dwell his dealin's -
City Was Fired and Scene allegance and- had ,been permitted shore. -: upon In a most peculiar way;

to leave the hospital and we had only Carefully Planned Escape. y The children used to mock him when he chanced to come 1ft-shitty j t ,

Was One Never to Be some .twenty twenty-five -soldiersIn Making our preparations so elabo An this Is but a sample of the thins they used to ssyt '
the. hospital,-and they 'were about rate, we were not able to make the ., *' ;' E
Forgotten.AUTHOR convalescent and we were all wondering move .on the 17th so .we had to de- -

what would be our-fate.I .- fer" our move until Saturday night. "Old Abe Peters of Lonesome .Lane. f e
My office was right on" King street On that night we had a heavy down- i ;(" ,
WAS HOSPITAL STEWARD and at this time, there was but little pour of rain and everything seeming ... C Old Abe Peters In town again \ ,J ,;: ;

AND AFTERWARDS A PRISONER for me. to do,.and I spent a': consider', favorable, we got our: tin buckets 1 Poor, as a buzzard an* mean as a crow:, v -',.{ '
able portion of .my:time ,in' company placed three in neat security packedso 4' With lots of l '- '
UNTIL TROOPS WERE WITHDRAWN -!I .. money but none to show- ,:, I :-
with Surgeon Robinson and Ward- they would not rattle. About 10 ." r' ,
HISTORY BY ONE master J. A. Rampy.sitting-'near the p. m. we made for the Meeting street Old-Abe-Peters r :::4 t = !' !

WHO HELPED MAKE IT. door so that wej could see and hear, side of the block this side was In- :
what was going on In the street closed by a high close plank fence .. :; t l i '
Ey N. B. Cook. The sentinels were all ,low "coun- about seven feet high. tit q mounted There come a mighty blizzard,an* ft buried Lonesome LartaC* .. ,
1st 1863; *try South Carolina and they i the of carefully each Abe Peters he ,
: "oruary opened gloomy negroes to top same one was covered under seven foot of snows
eD'lugh for the Confederate cause. Ont I I have a peculiar lingo of their own.'with nest of buckets and four can- He tried to leave his shanty but be found It all in vain '
: day, General Sherman with his I{which was very amusing to me and I. teens and sat quietly until the sentinel t: .
, i army crossed the Savannahr 9upt N. B, Cook,. of the Escambia often spoke to them just to hear them on duty passed by us on hisI Each day he grew more frightened ,with his fodder runnirr low. ;, ,' .

.-r and entered on his march of de- County Public Schools. talk, I never heard one' use the plural --I I tramp to the other end of his post,I Some said "Let'. dig out Peters," .
;;1 uctioa through the state of South I I number 'nor feminine gender. 'and as soon as his foot falls were out. rr t'. t ,
, clina. I 'was always the masculine gender and I of hearing we both slid down the. t ; some said. "No: let him ,, : -

General: Beauregard who had for found the commissary store room singular, number. fence and crossed Meeting street and ; ill.. .
u!, iny long months successfully de.. and dispensary as liberally supplied as 'StartJing-lnformati n. I entered a private yard, the' night be- They o'er rs :kl t '
jfuded the city of Charleston against to quantity and variety as It was pos- I had been stationed in Charleston[ lag 'so dark there was little risk In r I "SJ ft argued the matter till I., i:

I'A:J assaults from the front made' by sible at that time to secure from the about twelve months- altogether and;; this move. We then started to carryout I 1 tM week was on the wane. 4- '

tle: Federal navy and army of Gener- the depleted Confederate commassarlal had many friends in' the city and our plan to move up Meeting Till finally they.'ventured.' half a score of souls or ,, ai 1 ,s
iii Q. A. Gilmoure now saw that it 1 and medical purveycrs departments some of these" r very much Inter' street by passing through the lots In- so ;) ,
would be ImiKissible to longer hold in fact I carried out Dr. Ozier's ested In my welfare and one morning stead of taking the streetWe i An this Is what they shouted as they dug out Lonesome Lane 3p\ r
the city, and preparations were begun I, orders so closely that in looking backto I think It was on Friday the 17 succeeded in making our way :' _
to evacuate same. this time now nearly forty-two of March St. Patrick's day,'I happened -. out of the city and by the time we r. j :
At that time and for months before -, years ago I have no recollection)) or to be sitting in the door alone and reached the garden district the rain Old Abe Peters, unbuckle your fold; ? 'r 'I
ever having called on the Federal as the negro' sentinel passed on his to '
I was hospital steward in a had ceased and we began move as Abe *
large Confederate hospital fronting on authorities for one single favor. I walk a boy about 12 or 13 years of we supposed in the direction of Ashley Old_ Peters,. we're dry an cold: 3'SiY t ;
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King street and running back to Great Belt of Fire. I age, a son of a prominent citizen'! ,river which we expected to reach Cider or coffee or crackers an* beer ,s d
fleeting street. Mr. Robert Lobby: What happened that night Is still Mr. N. M. Porter came along and threwa about 12 at night just ,as we knew Or ;
Senior was In charge, ably assisted: fresh and clear to my mind. Large small scrap of paper in my lap and, the tides would begin to run in. They money to buy us some Christmas hut'i i :

hr Surgeons Robinson and Thomas-i quantities of cotton was on the differ without saying a word followed the have two, tides every 24 hours at .' .
" I ent wharves In the city brought to sentinel on down the street. I left Charleston, and. the papers give the -*r 014-Abe-Peters. ; :
n.m morning of Feb. 5 I received ant the city for the purpose of shippingit I the office and went into the dispensary time daily. I ; :

(1 ler from Dr. Ozier General Beaure- out through the blockading squadron. when I unrolled the little roll of pa While it had quit raining it was Abe Peters saw 'em comin from hi* garret window pane '
c .rt's medical director to report at And now as the city was to be per and found this written on same: still very dark and having a number ; ,f .
"The will be closed Mon- He saw 'em diggln' fiercely through the mighty; drifts of snow. ,
hospital on
ct'; office. evacuated and turned over to the offences and ditches to cross we r .
rhis I did promptly and on enter- [enemy this cotton together with the day and all the attendants"Will be put made*'stow progress;and'It was" well His heart-.warmed-ibr a
!: his office found him alone. I. shipping at the different wharves of In Jail. on towards day when we 'discovered He scowled with selfish malice on the workers down below. t
,j ii, informed me that the city was the city, from the North Eastern R I immediately sought ay friend that we had doubled on our track and :
, >e evacuated that night and that:i R. station on Cooper river on the Wardmaster J. A. Ramp and show- were on our way back to the'city; iOn And did, he pus 'em coffee Did he offer Christmas, cheer ws a_ 3r 1 ,

. the hospitals in the city would bed east and all around the city front and ing him the note he asked me whatI discovering .this; we consulted An thank 'em for 'their labor which alas was all in' '; [

I except the one that I was in ,' up Ashley river as far as the railroad thought of doing and I told him Ij together and decided that we., would He warned 'em from his dooryard In a manner most severe : a. ,
, "' that all the soldiers that were In bridge of the then Savannah and didn't relish going to Jail, and I seek a place where we could conceal -
An sued 'em all for R
"f"r?" hospitals in the city who were Charleston railroad was In flames. It thought I could get out of the city I ourselves through the day, and-try for j3. trespass he got around again. w 20" yA i
';. tick to stand moving, would be was a grand but terrible sight and and if he would go with me we would it again that night as we knew there Win f' ;
.r:: .-.ferred to Surgeon Lebby's host from the top of the hospital buildingIn make the attempt that night While I was no chance for us to escape by the II
I : and that I, with the larger porti looking at this belt of fire. It calls on duty In the city I had frequently river in the day time and that at that I' Abe Peters has vanished from Lonesome Lane; ts' ;

D of hospital atendants in same t3 my mind the exclamation 'of the visited the gardening district and I! hour the tides were running out So V Abe Peters will never come back a,sin. v s a4 sr {'
a ..-* have to remain: and take care great Napoleon at-:Moscow, "A sea of thought I could pilot my way out. ; we looked around ''nd selected a he "
ii Just where is do .
rf I)hi;> poor fellows "who- weretoo fire. = A- _.. .L_&M-plan was.to Blip.outsat_ -night on: dense clump..of .:' tjjaa bushes., Justsuch __ '" quartered we not know ''t
I'r.; '0 bear' transportation. I Morning broke with the rear guardof the Meeting street side cross that i I as you"see ground Pensacola I"I .-- But- it's-ute to reckon he's found no snow- [' : .
11.. then instructed me to return to General Beauregard's army still In street and then take through private:I and crawled into it and made ourselves Old-Abe-Peters!" '
a" oHice. and make out requjsitona"! the city but all in marching order lots until we reached the garden district ,I as comfortable as we could Alt F ten sw 'cm twin: ,'J'Jno

f-'iifcinissary! ; and medical supplies' and within an hour or so, the last of and then cross to the west and for the day. '

'rift'." me an order to that effect totE the organized force of the Confed- reach Ashley river at about midnightand I When daylight came on we found one noticed the dog and he soon water. grabbed a large hatchet and holding : : ,
'-uptain! of the commissary depart-]erate Army had left the city and we, catch the incoming tide which we that we were just on the bank of a ran off. In Out of the Wet. it above his head he started toward -.t''

II' and medical purveyor admon- poor fellows two surgeons Lebby and calculated would drift us beyond the narrow bayou and just across this gathered We tried various resorts but with- me uttering in a loud tone horrible ....?i''i r '
t" ,nte me at the time to make my Robinson, Wardmaster J.' A. Rampy Federal picket lines on the west bankof ; bayou not more than thirty to forty As soon' as night came on we balanceof out good results and finally had to oaths and Imprecations. As I said I ;' t
rw nsitions liberal as he did not Hospital Steward N. B.- Cook and a Ashley river. I steps away,,was the two-story brick up our andstarted traps:and for the.the river. cast our buckets aside and depend on estimated that there were' five thous- ,-:6 i
-UI': : me to have to ask those people'!few faithful women nurses and about Ashley river at this point Is wide :building used as smallpox hospital and our lunch it.,at where there our boards and canteen. These were and men in sight and when this brave .'if '
for allY favors. I'one )hundred and twenty-five very and for safety we got us ,two boards all that day we .could look into the We reached marsh a point which found all right and we had added two more man from Minnesota started back towards ,
'" lib all this work on my hands It![ sick or very severely wounded sol- about 12 Inches wide by' 15 inches I window and see the nurse dressing was a we life preservers like this for each one: me with that uplifted hatchet 1 1:' ..
.h "-, ,\ to see that the 5th of Febu- diers was all that was left to represent long and put two small auger holesin II I and feeding the patients. We could was very boggy and we, had hard but. of us. We might have made the i.It seemed to me very man of

art ;\'.5 was not an Idle day with me.' the Confederate C2 Se. each end. to which we attached see them so 'plain that we sometimes work making reached cur the way river through with all crossing all right but we had lost so ,this vast host was saying kill 1m kill f II'II'i.

tr Y:, d. I was too busy getting and'I About 10 a. m., the federal troops four tight-corked conteens, and in ad- feared some one would see us in our we finally''and we rested a much, time trying to get the bucketsto 'im, kill 'im. The only variation that 'i"' t
<:s. m-; the supplies ordered, that 1 were marching up King street In dition to this we took three large I hiding place. our traps as soon'as ; work and necessarily making some I heard was some said split his head : ,,!: ; :
h'1+ iit-lc time to make inqui.about front of our hospital and soon guards water buckets each, these buckets There was also a path within a few little and found that the tide was running : noise that we had attracted the attention open split his head open. I Ii
vh.r,. others were doing but I am'were posted all around us but we would hold three gallons each and I!!feet of us and during the day several in, we entered the water and of a picket post on the opposite i At that time I was young and 1f
carp there was work and excitement:were not molested In the'least not a our calculation was that In case of! negro soldiers passed by without ever tried our life boats but to our utter side of the river and they had :tive and a splendid jumper, in '
liiii-A; In Dr. Lebby's hospital that I Id' 'single private soldier offering to en- exhaustion we could depend on these I[dreaming that we were In there. dismay that our buckets tied In two pulled In a skiff across to where we have no recollection of ever ac"f"f'
!iv to satisfy the cravings of most ter the hospital enclosure. buckets with three tied together in a| Just before sun down a cur dog bunches of three each would not workas were to see what was going on. As I but few men who could exceed me f
1111. man. That afternoon a number of Fed- bunch to hold up as much as ten >came along and began to growl and we had calculated but would turn they came up they hailed and we a long jump. ,
1 Completed the special work as- eral officers called on Surgeons Lebby pounds each or thirty pounds for the i utter some low barks, and we then over and one would fill and then all answered and the skiff was pulledup When that started towards me 1. .
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siaiu-d: me late that evening and night and Robinson and as my, office was three and this in addition to our i;thought the jig was up with us, but would dip W ,one side and fill with close to us and we received this made up my mind in a flash to I l

Invitation, "Johnnies come in out of get that hatchet and to brain him with t 'i; !
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man with the hatchet- intended
MN uMV I II These men treated us well and by when he reached the right distance tcr. i' .
morning when they were relieved we 'If'
.... "Iimm squat and Jump and grab the hatchet
..,. I had got to joking one another as thoughwe and go to work with It but Just as i .

NN t:: TT is worth a good deal to us to have you !i were were old taken acquaintances.We to headquarters. I for was the putting bound myself to my in surprise the position the 1 i 'l

g about sun rise and carried to an old I the' 4. .
who had before
three night
men 'J :
...t know that this store is headquarters for R II residence where there were two young captured me in Ashley river sprun .; 'tt
officers at a table. The sergeant of
fin I in front of me with their guns at a ;t tl
our squad saluted and reported that : f
charge bayonets. Then and there I
i-::! the best in things for \: .. -, he had were captured trying to two swim Confederateswho the ,river. heard more bitter oaths for the length i{ J t
II of time than I ever heard in all my n J
One of the officers asked in a very life. At last the mn from Minnesota ; '. I
N .. rough manner what did you bring turned around and went to the 1f t
fig Men and Boys to Wear. ::nug them here for? Don't you think we wood pile and put his hatchet down. t :; "
have enough of such stock and As soon as he turned his back these :' ,
!Hi couldn't have disposed of them? '
three men turned to me and Bald :
: And then seeming to recover himself i I "now what you damn please to s' ..
Us say
he looked at me and smiled, and told 4 > f I
Overcoats and Cravenettes
of fin tlm. "
quality ; I
t- his
the sergeant to take us down to ;
.- u.. I Things quieted down after this, ant! 1' I
Nr .
. quarters.We .
.NN... tl' *- j taken a short distance In a few minutes Rampy and myself (
and for $10.00 were
... styled rightly priced .
smartly : i
........ Hi away and on looking around I estimated -, were drinking coffee and eating
...... : that there must be fully five' fast with our captors and within an I I 1
hour or so an order came to take as a .
$35.00 thousand men in sight; i .
g 1fEi When reached the of the over the city. We separated from
we camp
1/ w :: I and I have from that day I'I
: We fit if long short stoutor : men"who had stacked taken their us in "out and of the' our to this captors always regretted that I left .
can you you are wet. they guns
: jh gan to make arrangements to those three men without getting their "I
p names for undoubtedly, to their 1 j' '
I breakfast
medium, young or old, with one of our< While this was going pa .. large prompt action on that morning. I am t '
indebted for life.
II ( crowd gathered around us, most of my

Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits y. them out of curiosity, but there were
fEiN nobby ; : : ; 1r Nrl :: others who seemed to be delighted at I IJ
t ti Nit:: the opportunity to insult a couple of

:: a.. unarmed men. One in particular from t
.. : Minnesota, seemed to be anxious to

:: tig show off and began jeering and say f
r inghard things about Confederates;

: & NIX' and saying that the jig was up and
dN WHITE II we had just as well all come in and: :

take the oath of allegeance. I stood, ;,
: it for a while without opening my. j
/ III nr.outh but at last ,began to talk back i
L : some. Rampy' acted with more wisdom : : ,
M 'Copyright 1906 by CLTHIER. said a for word.he kept his seat and never BurkevUle.'V.:

S- Hut Schafiher tf Marx i. Attacked With a Hatchet.I i !

t.j I have no recollection of ever saying '
"" Smoking Jackets a word that should have caused :::
We inilte you to inspect theN from Minnesota into
our"Money's Worth or Your Money Back. this man get I 1
li:::: KoTsltieswebaieia Vests a passion unless it was my saying to I
t Bath Robes, F ey.:,gy him that I would take General Lee's

| NECKWEAR SUSPENDERS AND word, but not his. i
and PajamasIn He suddenly flew into a towering : ;
-- passion and began to utter the most ;
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.. fearful oaths and turning on his heels
Endless Variety.i started in a half run towards a pile of ; ::
MN For Xmas Presents. wood which was some forty or fifty ;

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' would not one peen a mil Hedged 1 I have faded off the Eands d faces odd savings' bank, Into which the occupants their life is such struggle TEaFlt"3e- ent made a strenuous telk b oat'pastry,. TOS. CIMES1TMAS I1UtI:
. CHRISTMAS newsy otherwise, not In New York, at the lads in the Newsboys' home situated can drop their pennies. It consists velops that side of their nature to the the pies 'were pulled out' from under
rate, and that was where he sold j
! any near Newspaper. row In New of a number of numbered and full tattered coats,. where they; had been Br FRANK K. SWEET
3 "papes. Some people who'got their York. The gamins who lodge there locked boxes with slits in the top The event'of the year at the home, stowed for future .em rgencieS. The
i WITH THENEWSBOYS start yelling "Uitryr do not want the are required to wash occasionally and and here the lads deposit their small however. Is the Christmas dinner. The hard life of the street 'does..not tend to
fact mentioned now that they; hate become to take a bath once a week. Somehow earnings. They receive Interest boys themselves assist In preparing this NIX a tat dialog
on "
judges and things like that, but little rather'like' novel feast. In leisure hours bring out a very fneeense; -of meumet liar,
the chaps these deposits, and If the amount they pare pota-
lit.ll others Just ,as high up in the world I I experience: ..Maybe the shower grows sufficiently Jarge it Is taken outand"placed' toes, turnips, onions and what not help tuum" and the divine tight'of prop- / Mora glorious: bias
II In It must be admitted that
not so particular. Abe Lincoln then erty.; fact. .
E are bath that reconciles And then' in some nearby savings get the other vegetables ready and 5- ear planed are.
,r concealed the fact that he split many: of the,boys will ,steal on occasion : .
never they have a chance to douse each other bant. There hare been a few accounts generally make themselves useful .- Bat watered bywudul
rails and clerked in a store. Nor Is It and do athletic, stunts. ,The average They! regard It as their affair and there- but. considering the life they lead
i that grew to a thousand dollars or and
I I'f. I. ; who wonder? There Is obje; eyet
can no
By J. A. EDGERTON I related that Garfield was ever ashamedof i.I boy has no objection to water as such more, but these were not from regular
tion to the lads filling their not too
having driven mules on a towpath. :
his whole In -
provided be can get body
I newsboys; but from 'those who had clean pockets with the remains of the And Icogiig heart
Mark Twain never made any bones ot .i'
J. A. Edgerton.
(Copyright 190C! by It He will even ran off and.take the
,J telling that he had been a printer's to WImm1n I graduated Into driving paper wagonsor feast, however and they religiously c aL.t _.dr...
chance of licking t
ERE a a go
t yon ever Mine similar occupation. The urchins avail themselves of this privilege. It Is % --
. devil and cub pilot It Is not related .
It is the of water to his
t, newsboy? Well.don't I application ,
that Bobbie Burns ever denied baring ; for the most part draw out their a point of etiquette for an Indian meat
his proud
r : get offended been a plowman that Aesop ever triedto hands and face that 'galls earnings to spend them on_ the galleries to carry away what he' cannot devour
.. f.. < Hundreds crawl out of having been a slave or spirit. ; at the Bowery theaters, at and these, little chaps are' the Indians Oily a nagger,
3 ;. of, other good that the Man of Nazareth'ever soughtto I There are various newsboys'' homes Coney; Island or at "crap ,shooting." of the streets. shadow thianged. '
1 In the cities of the country, but
.5 5- people have larger There are about 180 boys lathe homeat But how they do enjoy that Christmas Tint
refute the story that he was born laa York Institution to some paYic l,8
been among it Is believed that the New
manger. If so, why; should anybody It has one time. Only those are lodged dinner!' No epicure ever got more ma to.Jaed.
Is the parent one.
' them governors that have no homes of their own. out of
blush at having sold papers Especially delight an educated but sated UVntwotlm&edcattle
. congressmen, BO when experience proves that been In existence something over half, One of the thing?that make the place appetite than do the New York gamins
i merchants, lawyers a century. It has reclaimed numberless attractive to the 'lads Is the their qukdy
\ there are few'better schools for developing gymna out of turkey potatoes swimmingIn
bankers waifs, returned runaway lads to I Y For miiicigLt lumber -
; keenness independence and I slum. Here are ail the usual athletic gravy: cran-
and even minis their parents, besides furnishing a r bent tied e'
t manliness. Looksat the .extllttae chap paraphernalia bare, clubs and the like. berry sauce and 1
ters. General i from whom ;yon' buy a paper, for he home for regiments of boys that had i The sport that, I Is liked best by; tha mince pies. bee.
,: i Phil Sheridan be no other shelter. Meals, and of a good gamins, however Is boxing. Those who Long before the
president some day.
.r,I i was once a may New; York has over -2.500 newsies. substantial sort at that, may be had don the gloves hare to carry out the hour tor' the Only the light of tapeD meaL
1 ; newsboy and for'5 cents, while beds range an fto
They are of all nationalities, sizes and J game according to rules, as the Idea of spread they That eat two ksxkr face f&B.
t. proud of from 5 to 15 cents. The fifteen
way; i gather about
a "square dear In sport Is quite well Two tender f--.cae e v ie-
. .. ( the fact It Is degrees of dirtiness.' Some of them cent cots are In a room tothemselves, the doors, fight-
developed among these small Ameri- That *3I tLroogh aB Ac centudes sliDe
.'. not related that have no nationality; or size to speak that the boys call "the Waldorf.- cans. It would be Imagined that they S Ing for places,
i: "cXTRT!" he "shot craps" of. but they are all dirty.; That is one Is a proud day when an urchin graduates hue enough fighting on the streets t like a hungry
and slept In al- of the sacred of boyhood. into this exclusive bunch.
privileges without resorting. to prize fights butRose's bunch of English r
' -yways, bat...he .probably did. ,Hit ome of. the deeper_shades. _of. _dirt 'I Tha newsboys': lodclns,house has.an sparrowsover TI

: It ... a worm.

J Old Rye Whiskey l'r swarm stairways How, they leap up;stumble slide.jmd the- cDATwo a\\

for tbelr"places! !
1 and get busy ......_ 'J'DD .a.as-on ITDJLf

f Rose's Old Corn WhiskeyIs filling voids-with-the' achIng -'.B xt1iom''I1IJ: :'QTJC- palace walla, from tLrooct cf g H
THE EVETC OF TBS TUB IS. TIm CHBISTUAKCDOCSB. In them. 'Older / vssmt.i itolks -From ches, shrines. eatbe&e i M& ,
who/'wltnet\8 the spectacle laag where the grand mums of At* art
the beet Whiskey at any price, and we can prove It. fore take a pride In performing what with'their mouths'and weep with their Wroutf faithfully! with kind ucJ beat

:. otherwise would be irksome! tasks eyes to see .it It, fs.doubtful! .If any :
orr For ,thirty-nine years we have been distilling.our whiskey and selling it direct to They enter Into these duties with the other scene in life contains so." much .
old same spirit that they would display at of both the grotesque and pathetic. Only a Babe t
9 'r! This enables to sell ''whiskey that's all quality, with an ripe
=p S e" qt, the consumer. us you a game of craps or a fight, Outside -of the :spread at the home, whose amd hc
There:are about 600 urchins fed In many; of the" papers often arrange J
r 1 4 ae"Rose's Old Rye and Roses Old Corn is fine for medicinal use and is so endorsed the home each Christmas:and It Is safeto feasts for the urchins'who sell "papes." ::::> b tea comsandrBat BO ecepd

say that no feast in the land Is.more Mr. Randolph .Guggenheim -.fills a
by physicians not only locally, but nationally.We be at wboae nameJ
snail enjoyed. Table etiquette may. not large collection of empty newsboy \
have never and never will sacrifice quality for profit) Our reputation as you have always known it, highly developed, knives, forks.- and stomachs on Washington birthday; wkh (lree U*''
spoons may not be used In just the nrard.
be shaken.
t't' never A number of families have been using our whiskey for over thirty-years. Their orders read: "Send us the same proper quently ways employed; fingers and being it Is barely more-possible fre-- .to.. More Ae great ami*
dr o&theLQnlyaucal
l the last." that the boys "swipe" what they :
as VReasons
If your health means anything to'you (and.it does) send us an order for, four full quarts of Rose's Old Rye orRose's cannot eat, but at any; rate they are .. S .
enthua:astlc. They; may; reach for everything -
Old have it assorted as like. The price is $3.40 for four full quarts. .
Corn or you may you in sight, eat the pie first grab "
F of Post-office Money Order, New York, Exchange, or send the money by reg1 Whyy
Remit:$3.40 in form or: Express Joints of turkey; In both hands, throw ; But
, f' tered mail. Do not send stamps or personal checks. Express: "prepaid" any address in the following states: bones at 'the small diners across the 101 F1RAflf" : JiehtSLiDa .oh

;. I Georgia, Florida, Alabama, N. Carolina.S. Carolina, or any point on Adams or Southern Express lines. room longs In and'a manner use their that well starts developed the boltsIn You can. read.. a "' man'scharacter sroa Cof

r If not.satisfied we will send your, money back without question. 'Hayen'.t'' had to do this yet, .however. the steel framework of.the building, bythe; ;,collar. throne
Orders'shipped-same'day received. but all these little Idiosyncrasies only he wears ..; I % a
Indicate that they the time '
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: ,77-S4 Peachtree Street of their )lives. It is related that on one Isyours a ngebawWritten
occasion a large and succulent pie was t I as
sI Rose Company CIa every
Liquor : Atlanta, Ga.F placed before each gamin and that In LION BRAND Qritmas tree. Sa..r.Subscribe .
( At about two-minutes most of those pies IS C..tt Eack2for2SC At AH
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"1 H'\VAY' up under the arctic circle express sled, which travels ninetyfivemiles to reach the hut or Igloo of an Eskimo t
-4} ia Santa Claus Land. It Is a day all through the winter. j family. j; "- *(
J J3 the land of ice and snow of The reindeer was introduced Into I j 'Eskimo children, however are by no ;) $4,000SPLEI '
sleds and reindeer, of queer Alaska only about a dozen years: ago means lacking in merriment. They ji :
Cttle! huts In which live queer littlepeople by the Rev. Dr. Sheldon Jackson who have their games, quite different from ; I t.. 1 :
the Eskimos. There can be no I under the authority of the United ours yet played with'J9st as .much< I ; i! k J I
doubt that this is Santa Claus Land, : States government, brought a small zest. @ne of their favorite games is t
because the old saint who comes downto I herd from northern Siberia. Since then football though they play it in a man-
the warmer and more lovely lands Dr. Jackson has brought thousands: of ner quite different from American
o! all the world every Christmas eve I' reindeer into Alaska: and they have college method. The children get a
'nd leaves many gifts for the childrenrs multiplied rapidly. big old glove or boot stuff it with : SIT! FOR TOURIST HOTEL I I130
1 himself dressed in heavy skins and r They are now very generally! employed waste fur or bits of skin sew up the
mrs, just as the Eskimos dress and in carrying the mail in the trans- opening and kick and cuff the crude
lie rides in an arctic sled drawn by portation of supplies and In carrying ball about over the frozen snow ini
swift little reindeer. passengers between the various mining i great glee. Eskimo children>>also In- -
Santa Claus I.and is very unlike ours. dulge In coasting. They use no little I feet front on Seville Square and 172 feet
1< has no pretty gardens In snmnior nor +' sleds however but siml-'-r slide down ,
I' croon fields: or forests. Oa tha : r< ; *:r sinus the steep snow banks on their knees,
contrary, It Is always bleak and bar- \f which are well protected by the thick .rS l( deep.: An old building on place containing ,
n-n The winters are very long and deerskin breeches worn by all. Some- ,
very cold. In the northernmost parts times they tumble over and go down
\fce sun is seldom seen In winter theaght headforemost: but there Is seldom any Ii .I!2 comfortable rooms, with fireplaces e4tc. t 4.
being nearly six months long. Injury jto their little bodies, owing to I ,
'pie poopTawelt Iri huts'bu.lt7oMce a.'the remarkable c nes3 and softness '. -.
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-If is be bought :for ':. --:, : 1
and snow during' the winter and In of their garments. IS I property can -" R ;
touts made of the ?
skins of seals Sometimes the Eskimo men: step outside ,
and reindeer during the summer. The the hut into, an atmosphere many r tSi
reindeer! supplies them with their only i E ;y# hp: y, degrees below zero and enjoy a wres- !
means of "rapid transit" during the tling match which keeps them warm l $10,000 :
long arctic night when the sledge dogs I II}I t.tbk+. enough no doubt. Inside the hut the ,
crow: sullen and drowsy. It travels in I I 'k- iii x z ,,; men and women squat around the fire, 5'o i $
the darkness: as well as !In daylight telling tales handed down from ancient {
and gives rich milk which may be I j! i st k 's t :' times or singing quaint songs of folk- 1i
made: into butter or cheese. AVhen ?S S + ; S lore. -lhO[ desirability of the property cannot be dup j
slaughtered: the reindeer's meat Is eat- 1 I The Eskimo ch'lldren; except at one < { -
en and his hide Is made into clothing!: or two points ,in'Alaska,' go to no
for lie( Eskimos or stretched over poles schooL But from their infancy they !ic ted on or near the water front Pensacola. : J
end dried for in I
use making tents.
are schooled in the various items of k- ;i
All the people of Santa Claus Land- daily labor which it Is necessary for all .. ,
men women and children-ai, clothed of them to know. They tearn how to "1 1 ) "
In reindeer skins or seal fl is. In gather and dry moss to"catch the scant I i
irampr: they wear one snit J in winter their '
driftwood that: comes :way and to
two suits. All wear big hoods,called extract blubber. Thes's.threethings : 3'P f
par:: .., of fur and in these hoods I are their only fueL. .The boys learn' i TEN 'f NELOTS CHEAP !nl! *
Tic .c d'ers sometimes carry their baItps. how to fts1! and bunt and file girls Jn: :4
in certain parts of.the frozen a crude W8r. how t<1'CQoL aOne o.tpe;
regions: the babies are carried"on their I. chief duties of the won erI* to' end i
cotters':. backs, next to the skin for towns and camps. The native Es- I the soapstoue'lamps'whkh" both light !Mfl
\\ rmm, while elsewhere It is the kimos also find them very valuable as and heat the''huts)In which! the Eskimos 13. '
tom to carry the infant about in ens-I a food and clothing supply.In live. These must be well fed with iO acts on the highest part of East Hill within J. '
of the big deerskin or sealskin late years the Christmas tree has I hunks ,of blubber. -The little. girls
the mother. been introduced among some, of the j learn lamp tending,.when they. are '
Reindeer, sure footed and fleet are Eskimos where the Christian religionis 'I scarcely old enough 0: ,to toddle !100 yards of the electric ,car line. There is I i: Jl
the motive power for freight and pas- taught by missionaries. This makesit I Later they become proficient ta' theI : .; ;
senger trains In the great white north. very handy for Santa Claus who curing of-walrus meats-and the drying ,
They can travel from CO to 100 miles a lives therc.of: course but usually It Is I of fish. Theols also learn how to naturally no prettier situation within the city :: :
day drawing laden sleds In Alaska a most difficult matter to get the tree. I prepare the fe:1thered'skins of certain r
whii-h is Uncle Sam's section of Santa Sometimes'a poor little! bush is carried birds for fashioning into soft and com- be for :
Clays Land there is a reindeer mall and hundreds of miles on a reindeer sled I I fortable underclothing.: limits. This property can bought : H

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": '::.c believes in a clean Some Tragedies of Pensacola in the main sheet The otht f o fl}, r Q< 9 c r! : t i

Bay I body had drifted away, and 1 do not s a Dangers of Defective Plumbing ir
n"collar ALL THE ? think ws ever recovered. !
1 Capt Segur was a Free :Mason and! RPF56 4P1 ;, ,
TIME is the man who I By Wm. E. Anderson, Ex-Mayor+ of Pensacolal '. was buried.by Escambia Lodge with I Defective plumbing permits the entrance f .
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insists on having are Masons, and there was a .
- I diseases which the human laccumbs.
: = .:"": = : .,ii// large fleet in the bay, there was an I to system readily
s- s immense at his funeral, L.
The tragedies connected with concourse j 'J i
"LION" BRAND. Oa the occasion.that I speak-oZ, he The remains wereafterwards exhumed -;
hurricane of ; Defective _
September last, Is Your Plumbing System i.f'i
ly the pathetic incidents of the especial drown- sot,'under way' at Pensacola., butt ba and 'shipped to his friends, in [ ,' 'i :

15 Celt Etch At AU ing of Mrs. Gonzalez and her son and fore he the had fleet gone, his boat half a was mile struck'or beyond bya New England.A Pitiful Occurrance. II I i Sewer gas is. not necessarily generated in the sewer, bet if 1.. ., t;
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Shop cambia Bay, have recalled family many In piti Es- quaIl from the north and capsized.!.r will close this sad record which j|: "r frttjuentiy created in the plumbing system within the house and l' ;I
fal Being heavily loaded she .sank!! at digit b& greatly-extended by relating .
occurrences which defective fixtures. .
have happened enters the apartments through }
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within' once -and left the men struggling lathe one: mor iacWeilt pitiful ,
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'water.The accident character made a deep impression 4
Just Received. Probably no: was seen The most danger !
year passes without :
from the shipping and boats put oat and 'which some of my readers will ;
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Sweet OO Cheeses, no doubt recall.
once to their relict Fields ous sewer gtses are
OC1 Ftckles" Saner Kraut. Mackerel. Cod I the waters of the bay but I will refer was
Vtoh, Pig! Fet, Spanish Onions PUot: only to cases where several lives were still struggling to keep himself afloat Shortlyafter: the war a man who .i iI often inodorous and '. c
Brena. Krench Navy Bread. Everything lost, when the first boat reached him and I I was a mechanic settled: In Pensacolawith
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trtfh ana new. circumstances calcu the bowman leaned over and grabbed' h0! family, consisting of a wife ii therefore not discovered k'P : 1
Witch Hatel. JLOO gallon. lated to arouse especial pity and i '.
per sym- : and three children. Pleased with the
him by tte hair But he too
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Marine Grocery Company.V. of land abov..
much exhausted to respond totheir.i beauty of the point "
J. VtDAManaQenSCARRITT -- write cannot from,bo. exact 09 to dates for.I \V. E. ANDERSON STORY-TWO I I Bayou Texar tow cccupied by Camp renders necessary an" :'i :
memory and have no datato :I Turner,he ,built a small house there
refer to) but those given are near I efforts and slipped from the man's which he occupied, going to and from (, examination of ten- : I F (
hand and sank to the bottom. No:!I -1 i : U '.
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MORENO. the purposes of this his work in Pensacola in a boo.t.I' ;: didons, but often too
SATES OF ALL. DESCRJPTtONS- I t sketch. one survived the accident. i
One day hating brought his family f
Agent tor Q'cCl':d Sate sob Bask Cp? An Eartj"Jrzyt, > Karat QKcctrs QrovcnecT. I lq P't1a .l i ibe mosnin:;,he started -: lit; to rrpaJr the iLaaajt o' :t (

"lfrc iaQ 8featshoa; V \. about 18JD a )aa ch from 3 meat ; Sb n y aSlei the aai; t oo \ tzicanyesse7s \ tq returzz-TrlJb ,,' tfaz. ,( j ii font '
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'._. ta And .coat&iafng a eiMsMpman and1' off Cull Point:' Their captain :were 1 r sailor, the boat was stucfc fty a tfair;;;; St S 35 YOB are in ., ,, '.
:t\V 1'u, .capsized oft "thef two fine young mea named Segnr sad and' capsized 'off the mouth! of Bayou j jiTCTaiv acbt cast 'I
-mouth Wilson., One. morning seeding some us t .
I of BftTO CLfes The boat -was j# By Brent exertions he man.'zjfrA .- A If
The itarr anal het ry, v&d the mea could saps: Ues, they came down to Peu &oo-j]" to save all of his family: and se-i}: I ding the pip z 67alto : Y t t ;
not right her. So they to the la in yawl-boat. Having made their i
I clung ::: cured them 'to. the over-turned boat j J
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I over-turned boat and were blown out. purchases'! they started back in the as well aA be cotfld. I II } { replacing : :
!Into the bay Vu H ..... afternoon, there. being a brisk north i I j fixtures with 1! t

Genuine There was a heaty north wind wind blowing: !f car-nod' m / -n.- Porcelain ,.J fI
blowing and "they' rapidly became Former Mayor W. E. Anderson. The-following day one of the mates, They strove:in vain by crying out and i <
chilled and stiff. The ,cfleer, who came down seeking for them and re-!. waving their bands to attract atten-; I Enameled Ware, :f !

II. could not swim was twice rescued by'that the ferry boat would be, over.'loaded ported that they had not _reached the i lion, but the tide swept them on down i : < rzul" which is acknowledged 1"J
Article his men and put on top of the boat, but being hardy and adven- vessel. I towards tbe sea. "By this time they ,, &1 [+ '
I but he became so'helpless and numb turous men they determined to take As many persons had seen them I[f were all becoming exhausted. First, i /. ,o .. the best sanrary eqmpI ..-
that he could<< not retain his hold and the risk and all embarked with their start: there was much Interest and'the baby to which he had desperate- .I mot in the: world. S 4 ..j
THAT'S finally rolled Into the water and per-.i ropes'and rafting tools. anxiety aroused and several boats I i F flY clung, slipped from the arm ofj: t \
ished. One by one .the men followed I ,How it happened no one ever knew. put out from the fleet In search of!, the unhappy father and sank. i F' t
their officer until there were only five There was a severe norther blowingand them. They examined the shores to I|! .Ar-tfeey-nearett the navy yard they' I II M '1 !
survivors. I I the. supposition was ,that when the head of Escambia Bay without I jasaLa I tried by: _CTfry moans to attract > j WICKE & c O. : t.i t.
PILL BROS. These baring drifted over nearly to.I they passed out of the river Into the finding any trace of the men or the attention, but without scccesa.:: : By 1 (
Town Point were at ,last rescued by:|open bay. the waves washed into the boat As they were returnlnone; this tuna the two other children hid .j .
a lighter from ,Choctawhatcb.ee which, over-loaded boat, 'and swamped it Aa party noticed the top of boat's mast slipped off and disappeared from the :
was beating over to.Pensacola, hav'[!it was, not a man survived and their sticking up out of the water about sight of them unhappy parents. ,.. ,
REAL GERMAN ing been la the water' for several'I bodies were picked up scattered on two feet at a point opoeite the mouthof Flaa.Uy.thf tide turned and Coated 1=
hours. They were exhausted that I"the beach of Escambla Bay. : Bayou Texar. Upon examination them up,the tbor.again. They were : .. ------- ; '> 5t
they had to be Perish in of' proved to be the.missing boat She : next morning nearly i
dragged board by: Sight Help. ; picked up the '
LAGER BEERTRY : the crew of the lighter,-'being unable.I About the same year a sad accident I had been ''capsized by a squall, but lifeless1 on the beach! of Santa Rosa 4 " '' ii.
to help themselves In.any way. occurred in the harbor right opposite' [island.\near where the life saTing station .
About 1870'* sad tragedy; occurred the city. There was at that time an I now .stands. YT t SURPLUS '
between Ferry Pass and Florida Town': Lnmense shipment of timber going on, i There something very pitiful In +
'IT! The river was high and large quanti; and as -there were then not as many THE CYPRESS LUMBER CO I this tragedy of humble life. The long e ELBERTA -'O''I'; ; : fin
ties of timber :were coming In for sale tow boats available as there were afterwards I period' of agony and suspense, with ;
ONLY 15c A BOTTLE and shipment As many of'the rafts: much of the timber was APALACHICOLA, FLA. I help in sight; but beyond their reach J
men lived In Santa .Rosa county it I II run down to the shipping by the tide. i end the .drowning CIne by one of the two to ; ; ith .
was customary for them to cross the I There was a young man named William Manufacturers! three little children before the eyes 4 and 'Lady Thomson Strawberry Plants at $2.50 per $ A, '
$1.50 PER DOZEN. I bay to Florida. Town and walk to their Fields who was very expert at' of the unhappy father and mother \ p
,homes. this business. He was .a powerfulman combine: td produce a picture whichI a t thousand. .; -. '

I On the. occasion to.which. I refer, of athletic build and as he was Cypress'Shingles. can never recall without emotion. j All other stock in proportion. Write for price list J | + ;
.it happened Christmas Eve end honest and reliable he had as much Our- ,bay looks beautiful when at .
Morris ann elsserr.11W. .: eight or ten -raftsmen who had delivered work as he could do. He had a,Jlnp %" x 4",x 1& peace, or when: its face is covered with at once. Address 4C. i,
thfir.! rafts were anxious to decked boat on which he lived with %" x 5"% 18" smiles and "ttisaplea under a gentle -4 : .'
the bay that by walking all his and breeieBut 11:is at times cruel end< t t Lf: -
I cross so men on which he carried the : R. LONG Nurseryman Andalusia Ala.
Zmagossa St.IIY' night they could reach home on ropes, anchors and dogs and chains Cypress Tanks of all DeaeripU Christmas day They were warned which his occupation required.: Write: for Catalogue and Price List its tragic .asacdations.A ......................N............0........ ..4, : "

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U I ,had all kinds of relations,I clothes.. "You will notice," he stld, I $ 11J t I lIed ground glass, as the I of glass; ranging from the gail and it Just so happened that I "that flashed around In the light, II are made by 'rapidly re ored bead that enchants the savage,
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he was visiting at the home i. the coachman's 'diamond' apparently coated with sand, and I windows stately stained g' i.
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It a great big bunch of little looking J'I 'the manufacture of even of glass were
; had donned his dress suit for dinner only translucent which ,"anthat
t to be followed by the opera later on glasses. But at reef- it, is not Imagine', then, what I light could go through them.n Today
: '(a rtTe'occurrence!), and, realiting so clear In apearance. Nor eaa you pa'Uence'. required in however glass making has rp"l bed
r he was somewhat too early for the ;. see what looks like a e'..ear hole bored or' cutting a' huge punch such a high state of perfection that
; had retired to the through It,. when held with its little l cut. glass' has sharp the finest plate window gW!; ,H almost -
game as clear as air Itself : '!d I i5practlcall1'
where he was discovered llbralT'l. end straight to the light." ,,' ., l.trI the imitation, or. pressed, as 'transparent Trans
children. "Tell us something about glass," smooth\edges. parent means that it conru noth

"0, Uncle Joe!" cried Genevieve asked Genevieve. I ( r( 1 Ii'J, or frosted patterns and ing"Through to obstruct a sight process or vision of spinning,
be made on glass by
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bursting in upon him. "you Just glass may be made Into a fabric; and.
: ought) to see the dandy. diamond ourcoachman' Uncle Joe's Story About Glass. with paraffins wax and while they probably will never come
the wax along the body Into general' use, glass dresses and
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or design and subject parasols have been made and worn
z; "My My! What a long tall our nor who Invented it. One story has s surface.tbereby "O, I know what spun glass t!:'
cat: has1"! interjected Uncle. "And. it that glass was accidentally discov- employment Particularly In the bazaar keeper of the tropics. graphic cameras; ,and In of hydrofloric exposed said George. "We've got some in our
;', pray: : since when are coachmen privileged ered by some 'old time Phoenicians, temperate zone is glass most usefuL "The Esquimaux; likewise have ladies' mirrors and the like." ( acid. Family Bible.' "
of fine telescopes re- "Bring It here," said: Uncle Joe
1 to corner the diamond market returning in a-ship laden with natronor For without glass we would have to not great need of glass for lighting Uncle Joe reached for his t care in manufacture, George brought the big red leather
: *" soda. It wpald seem a storm came use oiled paper for panes or leave the purposes. They have practically six glasses.) "By means'of these," be. free-lrom flaw or ob book with the gold mountings ana
"It's a fine big one, too!" added up and the Phoenicians were compelled windows open; and in severe weather months day and six months night. he, ."I may be enabled to reverently Uncle opened the same;
t George who had followed and now to land on a sandy tract. In leaving windows open creates a During his six months day the Es- If the prima donna be pretty or Furthermore, they must proceeding to turn carefully its leaves
to frequent test and Near the book he cam
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;< ,stood by; ,his sister."I cooking they placed their utensils on draught which brings' its consequent quimaux spends most of his time out -one of which is Invariably the polishing-Is oftentimes im- upon a white wisp or strand of what
;, doubt it," said Uncle Jo*. lumps of natron, which melted by 'cold' or 'chilL The best work of side, coming back to his Ice house and it usually so happens that if them'direct by the, ball of looked like it might have been a lock
"You Just" wait a minute said the fire, mixed with the sand and man is,done by the light .of the day, only to sleep, when light Is not listens ,to the''song the opera '. thumb. of hair clipped from albino fairy, so
George. "I'll go and borrow it and formed glass. But: that's only one and the most light is admitted by: the greatly desirable. During his six are laid aside; and, vice versa. telescopes astronomy delicate it was. It was bound at the
bring> it to you and show yon and : story. most thoroughly 'transparent glass months night windows wouldn't be "What does 'vice versa' be, .advanced. Without to lenses Its present there bow middle of with silk.a: small Carefully faded he light lifted blue It

prove it"* And soon George was i "The beat story about glass would panee. of much good to him queried'C such .cameras' as there foe inspection.
_back with the wonderful "diamond.". seem to m*. if It were fully, possible, "In the tropics window panes .are "The next best common use to "Pretty: much the same as And, Without opera "That used to be Aunt Emmy's"
; "Glass" said Uncle Joe. to relate: 1U usefulness to'humanity.The not so necessary. For there, not which glass Is put is its manufacture net' and: 'tis tot,'. responded ,how could I tell said Genevieve. "You know sM
; "How can you tell the difference?" uses of glass are BO manifold ony are the days longer, but there is into bowls goblets drinking Joe. *"Now, listen," he I I prim. donna be pretty didn't have any children and who"
Bible II o
I she died she gave Papa
{I asked George. I none may say where they begin nor I. less danger from draught; and considering utensils, lamp chimneys, light globes "When folks give wedding Joe!" giggled Qenerlevr keep for us until we're grown up.
t 1 "ny comparing: It with the real where they stop. the fact that less physical and numerous other forms of business nowadays ,,cut glass Is always ,forgetting,about glass?" And that was in it."
thing," replied Uncle Joe as he drew "The most important use to which energy Is commonly employed by and domestic conveniences. ceptable.' Cut glass is made of the least," replied the "I know" said Uncle Joe, as a tear
pocket a solitaire ring of fine glass is.put is for lighting purposes, dwellers in the tropics, glass becomes "Its next best use it its scientific glass, which is a fine grade and ,Remember, I am only started into his eye. "I know I
its uses have not yet, brought that strand of spun glass t3:
f equality| .which, in the fitness off allowing the purifying sunlight to lees necessary. Some ,form of shut- application to the building of-lenses fers only slfghtiy in Its 'the ornamental.whleh.1 from,the*Philadelphia
Aunt Emmy
things,' he had removed from his! hp?''''" !1tn'our 'So"** an Ti places' of ters usually suffices for fb- store,

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-- ,' to reorganize after the war; they organized

DEVELOPMENT OF under the name of Simpsonand \ y
Company. There were six equal THE CATTlE

I shares. The membets were E. E. -

SANTA ROSA COUNTY Simpson, B. Overman B. W. Thompson -
James Creary R.M. Bushnell and

E. W. Davis. In January, 1866, they > !

started the_first mill, a small circular INDUSTRY IN.FLORIDA H
I saw mill In: January, 1861, they start

Capt. John Rourke Tells of ed another circular mill and in 1863 Household :

they commenced to rebuild the gang Every

the Lumber and Timber mill, which was completed in ApriL
1870. There were many changes in
the membership but it continued <..a
Industry There.
under the same name until It was r i 1 ss
sold to the present owners, the

Steams-Culver Lumber Company.The .

OTHER FEATURES OF GROWTHIN Slaves Were Happy. The Business Is Now in a ,+ 3 .
Motf of the mills owned their own
GREAT COUNTY WHOSE COMMERCE -, labor and I have heard of 99
never one of General
State Will Have
IS FLOATED THROUGH Simpson and Company's slaves com- "CompanyBBHBBinaa I ''. i. '
plain of bad treatment On the other !

PENSACOLA BAY. hand I have heard them say that they Transition. t ;f> I
always had the best of food to eat BBBBnBBBHnBaHBHinE- + 1.k

and the best of clothes and had mere .

money at a time than they do now. WESTERN METHODS ARE BEING I
By Capt. John Rourke.In t
They said they would frequently
January 1820, Santa Rosa county go. ADOPTED AND FLORIDA CAT
to Milton on a Saturday night with a I
a part of Escambia was a pretty I
twenty dollar piece in their pockets. TLE 'MEN ARE PREPARING TO
wild! country. The woods were full
Around the mills the always:
of wild turkey, deer, bear and some company Christmas Dinner i
provided work to do at night and paid COMPETE WITH THE WORLD, IN !'
wolves; and a few Indians. It was a .
them for it so they had a chance to
fn cattle range; the grass was good GENERAL.
make extra In the woods they
aaa there was plenty of the best water'i t tIn ., money.
tlcf to cut in
ai were given so many logs a
the About that time
week and all over that they would get M. F. BOWES Mgr. fV f
cumber of people from other south-
extra money for cutting them. Z. C. Chambliss. i ,
states moved in and began to raise I
ern B., W. Thompson at the commencement The subject which you have askedme
terds of cattle. Among them were' j of the war owned over one hun- I to write upon, "Cattle," began to The absent ones will be with you on that great day. Those whom, per- .J; i #
Cobbs McDavids and
fie Jernigans, ,
McCaskills and others too numerousto I CAPT. JOHN ROURKE.saw I dred them slaves.speak of I have him only never in heard the kindest one of be 1724 discussed, upon the in landing America of in the the good year haps you have not seen for months and years. You will feel that there ,

mention.of water About sawmills that time a number terms. He owned a negro woman who ship, "Charity," which brought over isn't enough that you can do to welcome them, and as the day will draw ,

on the different creeks were of commenced the- mill and planing mill in the county -, always lived in his yard who was the from England a bull and three heifers near and the holiday excitement will prevail, and that feeling of Peace I
chil- that
All the
I mother of 19 children. But I presume you want only
county. They sawed %x5 and 6 flooring which he operated till his death and Good Will to all Mankind" takes of will either '
for the New Orleans market It I after which the business was carriedon dren around both white and black present day conditions of the industry, possession you, you

vas rafted down the creeks to tide. by his employees Crigler Bachel-) called her "Mammy." Two of her millwright sons as related to the state of Florida. forget some important item necessary to complete that dinner," or you ;
I are living here now one Is a The advent of turpentine manufacturers -
water sorted and piled when it was der and Pooley. They had their own and the other is a sawyer. and the collection of large will buy recklessly, spending perhaps more than you intended. i
lumber yards in New Orleans.
dry it was either sent to the
General Morton owned about the bodies of land in the hands of a few
mills or shipped to New Orleans. : Shortly after Hunt got his mill in
same number and the conditions were owners, in connection with other
Among the early arrivals were the' operation, Forsyth and Simpson built the same with him. A number of his causes, has placed old-time methods of That's The Time to
Simpsons, who came from North Carolina the large steam gang mill and planers
slaves are good machanics, millwrights handling cattle on open range, and the
and settled at Woodbine just here, and they were run success-
engineers, blacksmiths,bricklayers cattle business in general, in
above Florida Town. They built a mill fully till the commencement of the a stage Call on Us for HelpWhy
carpenters, etc. of transition. The other causes are,
and ran it successfully for several war. They also built the Bagdad Sash
All the business done in this section the prospect that Cuba, hertofore the
Factory in the earl fifties. They
years when a partnership was forced likewise owned their own lumber then was done with New Or- largest outlet for Florida cattle will should we not know more about these things than you
between Joseph Forsyth and the Simp
leans.. Ther were number of fine. soon be supplied from her own fine do it's business know and do know and
sons-EL E. and Allen Simpson. They yards In New Orleans which were our to we we want
br E. W. Davis, who is the fast sailing schrcners owned here and ranges and that Floridians themselveswill .
built large sawmill and planing managed
a gang not eat ordinarily home raised to use'our knowledge and experience. Call us over
fitted up with nice cabins for the accommodation you up
mill run by water power at Arcadia, father of C. H. and J. W. Davis, of
three miles from Bagdad. Pensacola. of the passengers. Witha beef. Seeing that turpentine men ope of our phones; or better yet, come in and let's talk it < N
Morton when his contract was good wind; It was a very pleasanttrip. cared only for timber, the more far- y
When they started to build the mill Gen. Our stock'will "make mouth water.
They entered Lake Pontcnar- sighted range men began the purchase over. great your :
built steamcircular
E. E. Simpson started to buM a railroad out with the government, a
not train an&the; canal to this basin. There of their own lands; and hare fencedor
to Bagdad to haul the lumber In mill which was .so ex. ,
was a ship yard at Milton and one at will fence, pastures! of their own.
Just fire months the road was com- pensive as the gang mill. He operated SOME OF THE GOOD THINGS TO EAT HERE i
pleted. It was a broad guage road, this till the commencement of the Bagdad for the building and repairingof This gave a cue to the naval stores
these vessels. men, and some of them are preparingto
with wooden stringers with flat Iron Fresh Fresh Fruits Cheese Miscellaneous
war.Between enter cattle-raising when their tim
ft then took Simpson and Companyfrom
and it was more difficult to build than the years 1860 and 1860 a t4i
built 12 to 18 months to cut the trees, ber Is gone. The local market men. Celery, Bananas. SWISS,
any work on the P. & A. For some number of steam mills were by Lemons,..
distance they had to cut through a Samuel C. Keyser at Milton Carter at get them to the mill, saw them, dry, having given home folks the taste of Tomatoes. a+acr+, Roquefort, Lobsters,
solid bed of sandstone rock and there Magnolia, Dr. Judge at Escambia. plane and :ship to New Orleans. Today velvet bean fed steers; they now refuse Lettuce; Grape Fruits, Club Hoots, Salmon, ,

were several long and deep cuts. My Pearce at Bay Point and William Mil the Stearns-Cnlver Co. can cut the to buy those unfed. The consequent .Sweet Peppers. Coeosnub, Neufchtet, Ihrlmps, I;
of the trees haul to the mill, dry. plane and sharp demand for this class of American, ,
informant told me that Mr. Simpson ler at East Bay; the capacity Onions Gtvpe? Sardines (French)
only spent five nights with his family mills was from 10 to 25 thousand feet deliver In Cincinnati or 'Chicago; in beef put many natives on feed and GUile, Fi IJmberger.Sweets.. Worchester Sauce

in the five months be was building the per day. All the' mills and lumber ten or twelve days. E. E. Simpson and while it makes their meat good, the Sweet Potatoes, ; Tomato Sauce.

road, but stayed with bis hands all the were burned by the order of General Company sawed about twenty thousand -process is expensive, because the fat Irish Potatoes, Ruin Fancy Cakes; Tabasco Saves i '

time. The cars were drawn by mules. Bragg .when ,Pensacoia was evacuated. feet per day in a long day and the does not distribute through the lean, 'Carrots, Eta Pecans. Etc. \'. Mince Meat.: Cigars,
The mill was run successfully till Steams-Culver Co. cut about a hundred but forms in large lamps inside and rttrcn.
they built the laree: mill at Bagdad. Cotton Milling. thousand feet of small lumber in ten outside the carcass and must be cut Canned Vegetables Currants Hams (choice)
Canned Fruits Ruins (seedless) Breakfast Bacon,
ol by the retail butcher and sold for .
built hours to a day. There are '
Milton Established. When Forsyth and Simpson no more French Peas. Plum Pudding (aU size)
About this time a considerable town their mill at Bagdad Uf>y abandoned mills now than there were in I860 tallow at'four cents per pound, or, as Sugar Corn, Apricots Fruit Cake In 1lb., 2'Ib.Florida Cane Syrup, "
was built at Florida Town, but it waso their Arcadia mill but in order to but the cut is a great deal more. Work. is often the case, is much of it palmedoff String iieans, Peaches: and 5-Ib tins. Relish ; 4.Beet& ,
housewife Artichokes, Cherries, Apple Butter, Pickles (sweet and f .
on the for it
!* unhealthy it was abandoned and utilize the fine water power there they then was done by main strength; today Ptan oodles, t
the town of Milton was established by built a cotton factory. They bought machinery does the most of stall at the price of beef.. Butchers called Pl Crackers, Olives. I' r
Samuel C. Keyser and others in 1835. negro women and sent north] for white the man has to do is to work the upon feeders to' distribute this fat 'z:1,5':: Ileapples' Cocoa; Pure Olive Oil (far salads p-

That was before driven wells came instructors for them After runningthe machine. into the lean, where it would make the Pumpkins. Etc. .James Etc. Afsfers. Etc.Don't ;.'.
lean meat tender and richer.
into existence. Today Florida Towni mill for several years it tas burn- Land Values.In foolish Christmas Select useful
presents. something orsomething
a railroad terminus with a number ed and never rebuilt. 1860 the population of the countywas Scrubs Cannot Compete.

of people living in good health, but Before the war :Milton did more bus. about five thousand, now It is I As the steer is,, the machine which that is probably needed. You will find I it here. Fireworks of : :'r i

? ,>v are not drinking surface water Inssa than,any.town:. In West Florida( fifteen thousand., Very few heads of manufactures grass and beans into I kind to be found here,all to be sold at 'living prices. Come in and ; ,
V)out the year 1S20:: the government' except Apalnchicola.: It was the best families owned their homes; today meat, feeders begun to Inquire how to I every
ear. out a contract for the buildingof cotton market in this section. Cotton they own good homes and farms. The, get a better machine. Western beef' see us. You will be welcome"whether you buy or not.'i'i .

Port Pickens. John Hunt came was hauled In wagons from seventy- county is now more prosperous than' a few years 'ago was much better in

liFrp from Louisiana and took a large five to eighty miles. ever. In 1893, I was a member of the' quality than that now sold in Florida,I

contract for brick. He brought his They also had a steamboat line to legislature and a member said to me:: seemed to fill the limit, every demand I

rpsroes with him and located his yards Geneva, Alabama which brought;: cot "The lands of Santa Rosa county must except the price, and the knowledgethat J Hill JJl
lust Mow Bagdad on the opposite sideof ton from there, but none of.;the cotton be very poor; there is not an acre It was "embalmed" much the East GroceryCompany

th* river. Later work was commenced was raised in Santa Rosa county except of wild land in the county assessedover same as dead people are embalmed.I i

on building the navy yard. a little in the northwest part of twenty-five cents per acre" and Floridian then traveled the great west.

General Jackson Morton took a large the county. Today the streets of Jay, it was all wild. Today the same land In order to learn what machines are

contract for brick for that. He brought I ilton' Holt, MiUigan. Pollard and sells at from five to fifteen dollars per used there. They found all expressed; a Phone 212 Cor. Hayne and Gadsden Phone 881! '. ,
1!!U! slaves: from Virginia and located Brewton. Ala., are wagon loaded with In three words Shorthorn Hereford .
H- -irds four miles above Milton.In cotton raised in Santa Rosa county acre.A party told me that he cut logs Angus. Some, of these were Immediately n: ft

the early forties Hunt had com- and the merchants pay the best cash from some lands five miles from here transferred to Florida and have ,' i'

pM.) ,
He built the first large steam The Bagdad company was the firsi ago and it has been cut several times beans manufactured them into beef, ..'
and that In a dollars and cents way Ii

,- ------ our butchers will encourage progres or feed the flat backs, wide sprung 00 NN NNN N : I

sive ranchers to buy good blood. In constitutions Imparted f
ribs and rugged
speech before the Southern Stock "1 .l
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sires never be attained
by pure-bred can
1 I. d >,, Grower's Association In January. 1901! not the flesh placed on high ELECTRIC FLAT IRON FREE 30 DAYS' TRIAL.,
Mr. P. F. Conway, formerly managerin priced parts of beef carcass by common T T t t.q.
Jacksonville for Armour & Co, (now native cattle. When feeding cat. 4 WHEN THE ELECTRIC PUT IRON GOMES"IN AT THE DOOR. + ti
president of the Florida Packing Co., tie are offered for sale in the west the OTHER SAD.IROItS Cg OUT OF THE WIIIDOW." i
of Jacksonville), said: "The scrub first question asked ns. "What gradeare .: i ,'ft i

dard cattle that can will be brought make them up to competitorsof the stan- are theyIn they:!" The Florida choicest it is "How western old i SAVES YOUR CLOTHES I IS IIEYER TOO COLD : I I .-'{_1 1i 1\

k ra D the western cattle consumed in from eight to ten : '
feeders are calves t SAnS fOUR TIME IS lEVER TOO HOT 1.
Florida and the south. We need nothing quantity of
months old, and a given
more to demonstrate that to our entire feed ,supplied to this class of cattle :+ SAYES TOUR EIONET IS ALWAYS READY .: t'SAfES
aJ l satisfaction than to fully consider '
win make, more ana better meat thanif ,
the carcass before you. We slaughtered fed 'to adults. A suggestion is offered YOUR PATIENCE ALWAYS CLEAN t I \

this animal. and I am here to our cattle men, that they adopt : j a" J
that it is splendid piece of meatIt
say a
that those who haveor '
'; SiALEO: PACKAGES grades above the average of beet the western plan-; breed calves Can Se Attached to Any Incandescent Lamp Socket :. i t"'
n can get Rood pastures!
Y TOR YOUR. being shipped here from Fort Worth .to sell at this ,age and that they be : Cut out this advertisement and send to us and we will send you complete>< I ;'

"TOME; of THE SCOOP r ii PROTECTION by the packers and is at once a direct sold to feeders In the rich hammock ,t outfit on free trial $ i ; .

competitor of the western product"The I sections of the state. In this way !. ?. t !l' 'il I -

( steer referred to was born and I they will bring the breeder from $9 I. Name ..............,.................................. .q. I.. .'. '
raised in Marlon county, sired br
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r to $12 per head at ten months old, and 6 45 II. >

registered Shorthorn bull, out of a half I he will lighten the load of his pasturein I. Address .............................................. oEscamb'a '" L
breed scrub cow. and he weighed has T
the fall, at a time when he Ii A :,'
a pounds gross, 418 pounds net, dressing I for them to eat, allowing the grass to Co. Electric Ught &, Power Co. Contract Dept. + ; 1 .
61 cent of live veisrht! and selling I *
) per at 61-2 c'Els. With hide: aaa{ tallow :crop recuperate of' calves and joattsg to be dropped room for In the the,,,<4.4**<..*.**44...44+4444....44..4..4+.44...444444... .- J ,

for $*;".*2. hilled}}} at one year Pond seven I mothers who. not
spring by the same
days old after feeding two months and ; J '
of vitality by having a I 1-
being orm one of the requirements of life ,
twelve days on velvet b ana). I I,(
big yearling, sccklicif: all winter bear, '
be clean if
t'r I you
Follow Wcs'crn Methods.The I yearly. Also the feeder will disposeof ''Clean Cloihes "d"IhW'Y
"- finest kind n! modern looms' then calves ia early summer leaving I' e f t

will not make cloth without cotton I j him with no cattle on hand: to The New Method Laundry ., i .

1!lax or silk, nor will ;hood:: blood puke] binder his operation of making feed FHCME 1133 E.W. LAWRENCE.. Prop he. Method' Uasdrj Btfj.! W. Rl'JlVA Sf 1

good neat: without grass,, for breeding' for the sucf?eding season. AGENTS WANTED.BAY r "
M raUle and good feed for beef cattle Blooded Cattle in South.It t
Wind and water have their place but
k be argued by some one that
they cannot be derend upon without blooded may cattle will not thrive in the ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANY : : HI:
Neither do
good range. figs ;STOW: on
GENUINE thistles. No matter how much grass south. We have a bull calf now 12 "I('T. BEOWE_L. PRES. AND MANAGER. i It
months old, weighing SCO! pounds; an Prepared t9: do. an electrical ,repairing oa short notice. lung phone S70 and a : t> -
other five months: old weighing 400' representative: will can.7.: .' T. BtdweU. President and Manager 205: 3, Hayden i ,.-

RED ROCK GINGER ALE J since and today: you cannot buy the pounds'and a heifer yearling weighing street: : ,

timber on it for ten do"am per acre. 820( pounds These were all produced .,
?, still thousands of acre r In Florida and reared on home I '

1s -- :.::r,, +<::_.uiI!.!_"; I j pood There timber are in the county. but it i*I Ij home feeds. A car load of half-brc, d _DliIH2H S3" 1f if.J.fl f HHHHHHAn <. l

j not for s."le.: Stern! and CMr r"timate 1 shorthorn calves weighed out at wean I DIAMONDSWATCHES, JEWELRY, t ':
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of 410
have to I ing time last an average '
that they enough Tool| Tti ..
I If pounds, each. At the ruling price of 1 CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONE BRONZSE : '
1 their' saw mills far twenty-five years. ,
Always look for the Rejl Rock Crown Stopper on 4, About twenty-five years asro J. A. I 3 cents per pound they' would have | STERLING SILVERWARE : i .it'

bottles. That'is your guarantee of quality ; your f}Chaffln nut) site built in Milton.a mill on It the was old run Keyser successfully <: brought, at 112.30 McIntosh: each.on And)Ir.this GaitsUirs:in Florida I ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS. (.ii.t tft "I'

/ assurance that. you get a pure Ginger when they until closed' about It down.five They years have ago!!',farm.. CUT GLASSWARE.Engraving i ;1'i :?

Ale instead of colored pepper-heated w recently sold it and It will be started' Yeas iplmlnrd.

eJis up again very soon Papa, why do some of the newspapers i j : J
water. Say RED. ROCK and i ;
There will be sold In this county I always spell it Xmasr inquired and Fine Stationery. ; l li

say it PLJILJI '." fist CfI between swnty-fiv and a hundred Wistful,Willie. : ', .;t -;:
and dollars worth of cotton this
I{ t0usa1Aoaca b ,tt" "Because, my son, it is so Xpenslve. z : ; ..: 1t t:.
year. f
Oa sale in bottles a tall groceries, l Ju'LAiTA d e, ., I have not said anything about the Oars Enough.Ctrtstmss : Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention. 4'1 r! ;'' i i I i ii
'' f business which large I = :
eta, and on draught at (r turpentine very "" comes but once a year."
soda fountains. In this county, as I am not posted on Tm glad of that. said pepper.Tor .
that' busln ss. Some of the Stearns- two would break u* up. I.f er, kit

turpentined.Culver Co.', but timber they has Intend never to been tur- Since momma r .i ?'* fuch a hopper. i E. O. Zmdek Jewelry Go. i Ii

pentine it three years before they c:'"' The climax of a gocd meat-* cup = MOBILE, ALA. J ,
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Coffee. Ask
bought from Chaffln &
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The following is a facsimile, or nearly one, of one page of the first edition of Pensacola's first daily paper, published February, 1878 by

Geo. W. Turton. The paper was afive-column.folio and a very creditable one for that time-over 26>years ago. A glance at this page and rWBLICr

then at this edition of The Journal. to-day will serve-to illustrate .how journalism has grown in the Deep Water City since the first daily paper


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DAILY ECHO. was fully equal to the emergency and
the delightful repast was thoroughly enjoyed -
by all who hate:the pleasure of par
fatllshed Every Evening Except Sunday. ticipating. CoL Walton's rapidly increasing -

-- The Echo business is proof conclusive ef his $

-TERMS $10 PER ANNUM H deserved.popularity and that I popularity is well r tfJ

CEO. W. TURTON, Proprietor. Mayor's Court.

Wm. McKenzie Oerting acting mayor.
P g\E .COLA, FEBRUARY 15, 1878. Wednesday, the nth inst., the following SALEN.
VoL 1. PEXSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15,. 1878. No. 1.Geo. cases came before his honor, and
were disposed of as follows:
SALUTATORY. Asa Foreman for assaulting one Diana
Davis, pleaded not guilty. Asa was discharged
not Echo today quietly slips Into a DAILY ECHO salesmen, Bruno Yniestra and "Nuj" as was also James Walker, .
who will be pleased to
We by naughty policeman with
t.' in Pensacola's historY trust friends.- The charged a
large and
been drunk and down.
e .r be a peculiar echo-that It will be rgQ ri nr; Published Every Evening Except Sunday. rapidly 'increasing business of CoL Hoyt, having Thursday, 14th inst.. his honor relievedthe s

f well as hoard. We would ask the sufficient evidence of his popularity. following of the amounts set opposite i t

i ble judgment of the public upon TERMS $10 PER ANNUM. and see him. their names: Richard Russell pleaded I
f lis guilty to the charge ef drunkenness: ,
c mmns; would Impress upon themt } iUwx JOHN MCALEESE, City Editor. Buy your drugs only at Florida : and was fined $2 and costs, which costs $: *- <*

,'iffprence, editorially and mechanical- Co.Carriage.. r.ledl-I more. WATCHES

h :-iptneen the publication of a daily PENSACOLA., FEBRUARY 15. 1878. His Honor reminded Frank Lowell that '
he was charged with fighting. Frank I5t
;." a semi-weekly paper. While our I A No. 1 second hand carriage, harness pleaded guilty, and had his exchequer 1

f .is: of the semi-weekly are caned to rest. For years turmoil and trouble and lining complete and all in perfect depleted in the sum of J4. a t
but twice In a week to calmly I I order, is offered for sale cheap by Messrs. R. Sims, when interrogated, said that "t
.r fell to the lot of that country to whichhe
he too had his muscle #
and digest conclu- Hutchinson & Son auctioneers Palafox beenslightly on *
Mtler! current topics was devoted. The Great Laka tossed street wharf. the night before; had advertised himself e.

'11. we, on the other hand, must every and murmured as its billows lapped the 'a fighting man out of a job, and had .
with that day's occur- found work immediately. Mr. Simmonswas
I di! present you The Iron Grasp.
shore where he. unmindful of all but relieved of '

r*' ,'es and comments, and thus matter, peace, lay in his glory. Now, as then, i Clem; B. Gwin, the popular grocer, is Jack Wiley, Chas.$4. Smith and John Mil- t

"oarently unconsidered and hurried may his prophetic words ring in our ears, and ;,sole_agent for Florida for the celebrated ford.pleaded guilty to the charge of drunk
f--n time to time appear. The crowd- k > I'adhesive preparation known as the "Iron and down, and were fined $2 each and DIAMONDS
4 we bow to that memory in thanksgivingfor With this preparation
of Grasp. you can costs. +
issues in a day
of several
> together i x the brave and farseeingpatriot.. We mend crockery, glassware, broken furni- I
-. .ss telegrams; the sudden happenings doubt not but that Mr. Yolk's effort will ture, etc. This is certainly the very best Personal. '-,
of matters of moment at home and preparation of the kind at present on the of
his His We have bad the pleasure renewing
be crowning piece. personal
to be. For sale at the
market or likely
as a sample of our with Captain Davis, of the
abroad are proffered rq f attachment and intimacy with Douglas Grocery store of Clem B. Gwin. acquaintance
U. S. Revenue Steamer Crawford, who
of time for their more
work; and thelack takes this work out.of art, and makes it was detailed to bring Gen. Hancock from
will, hope be For made clothing gent's fur-
curate consideration" we a labor of love. Long may it stand-a ready Key West to this port on his tour of -
rerceived. But with the allowance which monument of the people's gratitude nishing goods, go. to PSStone's.r: N Inspection as Commander of the Atlantic TpuJpE1iT.

tie believe the public will kindly extendto I I J JI I Division of the army. Captain DavisIs 1
Gargains Bargains as genial as ever, and is one of those
us we will do our utmost to record I All About Town. :
I .Mr.: Alba offers a No 1 young mule and gallant yet unassuming men 'it does one
the history of the hours accurately and Look out for the circus! five young horses at the lowest possible good to meet. We were pleased to meet

promptly-to build up a journalistic character How do you like the Echo I cash prices. Must be sold at once call: his brother-in-law, Chas. W. Davis, Esq., alldJLVYJlLaflI ,
for honesty" of purpose and effectiveness Plenty of auction sales just at present.The :and see them at Goldstucker's stable. timber merchant of Chicago, who met the
Advance looked right nicely yes- Captain here for the purpose of cruising tv
of execution. The advertising W. Turton, editor and publisher teona)'. Gen. W. S. Hancock. i I I'with him in the Crawford along the

public will find the Echo the best rnedmi Pensaco a'li first daily paper. The Escambia Rifles met at the armory I On Thursday morning last Gen. W. S. coast to Key West From thence the .
ever offered in this vicinity, and wet I last evening. Captain expects to report in New York. i'
I Don't forget cast your eyes over the i Hancock, the distinguished soldier arrived We hope the Captain will be returned to
ist that It will bring many together In this city from Key West per For the ;
Voile, and to this friendship he attributesthe ;advertising columns of the Echo. this district where be has many warm Holidays. J
.,t time and distance have thitherto position he has achieved in the worldof i Read CoL Hoyfs advertisement which I I Revenue. A. Davis Cutter, commanding.. W. H. Crawford While,in Capt.A. our friends. Bon. voyage.. -/ t: 3if
Sf-.anted. elsewhere in .this.issue.
; art. appears
I i The Good Templars intend giving a city, the General was thp guest of Major: National Convention. _
The extra heroic figure on which Export ;
J. P. Jones, and at a dirtier given at- hatgentleman's a
Yolk is now engaged represents the Senator :Dramatic Entertainment in the near fu-I REPLY.
The people of Pensacola nave In their residence in honor of his distinguished -!I CAPT.

i hands the control of this paper. just air audience.on the brink His of light addressing overcoat an is i ture.We are informed that a yacht club guest a larg number of Pen- Messrs." Epping, Baars & Co., Keyser,
\. "th(>r it may live and } flourish rests thrown open, his right hand rests easily I is about to be established in our city. If t.sacola's most proniner al t citizens were. Judah & Co.:; W. L. Wittich., Hyer SALENOWON -
The Gene made
so, of course the members will "glide" entertained. warm I l Brothers and others:
"1, them. If It is not wanted, you will and gracefully in the lappel of the undercoat friends of all with whom he came in con- Gentlemen-Your request that I should -
and in the left is a scroll The bead along.
'''My find a way to kill it. If it is is firmly poised. The right foot is thrown Mayor J. P. Jones is at present out tact,,and the evening o the day of his represent the port of Pensacola at the sx

,..U, is a necessity, fulfills Its mis- forward a little, and he stands facinghis of the city. Gone to Jacksonville to attend arrival he bid farweil with 0 the the Evergladestate and Export Convention which -convenes at and closes on tho' f.r
highly beauty
pleased has received
Washington on the 19th inst, -
the Quarantine Convention to be .
it will live maintained constituents, apparently waiting until the
by your gen- salubrity of our climate, and carrying careful attention. It would affordme
with which he has been received held in that city. my
a ,-- support. The papers hitherto read shall applause subside.: Firmness immovable, the I \\.e are in receipt of a letter on "Eti- with, him the beet wishes::, we know, and great pleasure to comply with your Evs of Chlstm .
ir citizens, from New Orleans, Mo- dignity of a man who thoroughly knowshis publication of which is indt"finitelyP05t" pleasant memories, we trust of all that very complimentary and gratifying call,
.' md Louisville, present you with the position and what is expected of him, 'quette" from a Palafox.'street Belle thepont"d. were fortunate enough to met with him but the press of business renders it impossible -
during his brief sajoumIn the' Queen for to be absent at this time
me .
... and wealth of reserved force -I' .. '
'idled Press telegrams, not of the a are expressed of the Gulf.
in the clear, unflinching Vanderbilt once said that a man that City and I lose no time after reaching this
of its date of isue. but of the dayre and solid eyes out paid more for store rent than. for advertising I conclusion in advising you of the fact ,
lips '
slightly compressed -
; while the Echo will give you the side. The features are clean-cut and didn't know his business. And The Florida Medicine Co. have the ex- that you may have sufficient time to Having been unable to make satisfactory '
I ,sell Ma- arrangements -
clus.ve right to Singer Sewing another representative. :My faith'in
orltive! news of the world up to the the face barren of hirsute appendage the old Commodore was right.A name A
chines in counties Escambia and Santa Pensaco ,s,future is very great and with jeweler's
finds bold relief in contrast with luxurious debating society has recently been auctioneer-
a make
a '
of issue. We .
citizens -
hope will J.
our head of hair. Judged from a purely formed In--our-dtYr and we aretnterrR Rosa ,.;;- .' .' i.i, -1think it very important that ourcity'sunequalled ,

v this hi mind and rally to its sup- artistic standpoint, there is a rigidity is _In _a flourishing condition. Organizations Brown Bros. have at their store on In- advantages Pensacola's should be placed my annual auction sale, I have decided to make a R ,:
before this"meeting. exports
;. Jlcn may differ in politics-do, and about the the drapery, which is. however. of "this character are greatly need-
:- ed in this community. tendencia street a lae assortment of pianos for the current year, already cleared and private 'sale and take these of
inherent in the modern style of dress. great means mak-
just as they do In creed. Our po- II and organs, also large number of first- now loading, excluding timber is overS3 '"

differences If any with subscrib- There seen in are the no statues graceful of the folds antique, such and as are indeed I I For Hats, Caps and Shoes, go to P. class sewing ma.erJnes--the Home White, I: per cent in value of the entire exportsof ing the announcement. By this sale, the public ; 1 twill
Singer and all the latest improved sew- last fiscal I believe it is
rr id not affect the actual useful- in the t-ature of things. such wouldbe Stone's.. the year.
of A. ing machines kept constantly on hand only necessary to let our. facilities be have a chance to buy their Christmas -
e Aim influence of the Outside completely out place. Stephen
paper. of Roman Senator t I Five quarters.. all, wool Black Cashmere i and sold at reduced rates. They are pre- I known to increase our export trade stead- pres-
in the garb
narrow line of party feeling the would Douglas be an anachronism.a Those who at P. Stone's. i it pared at all times to repair machines with ily and rapidly ents at greatly reduced prices-in fact, they will '
will take and maintain its position, neatness and dispatch, and have in their With thanks for your kind expressions, ;
knew "Little Giant" not
the recognize -t advertisement employ a first-class piano turner, and I remain Yours very truly auction at sale. This
w. hope to make it, irrespective of him in the toga of eighteen centuriesago. The our friend Kupf- I get bargains private will r
tbo 't'.i having pianos in need of tuning W. D. CHIPLEY.
:Mr. Volk has done his best to overcome :nan. whose famous bottled lager is fast I a necessity in every office and could not do better than give them a be CLOSING OUT SALE OF
this inartistic feeling in the drapery !becoming celebrated, will be more fully I We regret to learn that Capt. Chipley a UNREDEEMED -
: :.1. It is a home enterprise, and and where he fails to completely alluded to locally, In the near future- call. is forced to decline the proffered honor PLEDGES and of the Et

L' -.," i, should be supported, even if it please the fault should not be laid at his .Read it Large lot of Singer Sewing Machines through force of business, as we felt as- two stocks- of Jewelry
P' !*.low the average and less than door. The modern tailor is the deadlyfoe fromTrustees9
just received for sale cheap on monthly would recently purchased
,. of art.-Chicago Tribune. 1:I The advertisement of the New Or- sured that Pensacola's interests ,.
vtion. The support already ten- installments at Florida Medicine Co.
It Is with gratification that the Southem i leans Grocery which appears in another have been well cared for by him. We a
et d .IS has impressed us that our column we commend to tne careful pe- e
people find,that the memory of Douglas : It Has Come. trust however, that Pensacola will not
rusal of readers.Frolichstein's
'r! \\- -fa paper are those of a majority our
Sale. >
w "UT' people Is to be perpetuated in. enduring mar- I The circus is ,in town and the streetsof be unrepresented at the convention. ; -

ble and speaking bronze. Years ago.the' "Pensacola Pride" Is the our city presented an animated appearance I i r rAt
!'finest cigar sold at 5c this morning. Crowds of men Careless Use of Firearms.
OUR "DORR" NEIGHBOR. people of the great Northwest, irrespec i. I and women, boys and girls, dressed in Last evening between the hours of eight Chicago, Illinois', .
;'otiiftftorr has Gazetted us mechani- tive of politics, resolved to rear to the i I I[ The attention of.our readers is called to holiday attire were running hither and and nine o'clock quite a large number of
wistic.: memories of the ablest statesman of this the advertisement of M. F. Gonzalez & thither, all anxious to get a look at the boys had congregated in front of the d for spot cash. 9
Hay he not shut the"Dorr"fc Lincoln ",fcand ;Co. Read it cueful-they may be offering -, elephant and that "bird of prey" drug store of Dr. Clark, on Palafox
century- Douglasmonuments will have immense
aMe editorially. His doubts.Of the for sale the very thing ;you are in ders up Palafox street about noon mE.'an-1 street. and one of their number a young The public an stock to se-

of a daily we hope will be dis- i commemorative of their characters need of.Black. ed by a lance crowd of boy, Francis Castello by name, had in his from of Watches '
lect Diamonds
I'' ; i Itr patriotism and public worth. Thatof I youngsters. The (circus, we are informed possesion a pistol, and while in the act consisting Jewelry I ;
our success, otherwise we shall Lincoln its columns Alpacas a specialty. at P,- Stone'a.Don't is one t>f the best shows traveling, but of examining it, it fell from his bands
rears magnificent
.l tu get behind Dorr and quit. I :I 'ere the first issue of the Echo reachesits I to the sidewalk and "went off." the con- of all kinds, Sterling Silverware of leading t
o'er his last resting place at his old home I forget to read the card of T. D. many. readers most of them wlil be tents being lodged In the leg of the '
r able to speak of its merits from personal : makes bearing the Trade Marks of the Manu- j
Our friends of the prof-I' at Springfield where the president rests Quisles which appears elsewhere in this i young son of Deputy Marshal Joseph ,
; Advance have I II issue. Of course one in Pensacolaknows observation. Go: and see the circuS The unfortunate boy was It'
iea. kindly wishes. We accept from the long-drawn agony of his official I every .. i CoTimyns. facturers. it :*-
that Quisles l is a workman of the taken to his home and medical aid sum-
r .'nanks. W hope to merit at its career, covered with honor and glory at :first order. Those in need of anythingin i Frolichstein sells pure Havana Cigars. I moned. The wound is not serious, the $
Silt at all. times, friendly criticism, if I the hands both of those with whom he in line could not do better than I i ball having entered the fleshy part of the Some of the bargains at wholesale and retail
I I was at peace and those from whom he i give him a call. We call attention! of the many readersof leg below the knee. This is the second cash follows
for as :
r differed. With malice! towards and : I the Echo to the advertisement of E. accident of the kind that has resulted spot are yH
STATUE OF DOUGLAS. I none Fresh country eggs at McDavid & Sexauer. the indefatigable proprietor of from the. careless use of firearms in the Gold Chains Bracelets Lockets
',' u. colossal with charity for all, .he fell asleep to have : Strout's at 20c per dozen the Santa Rosa and City Hotels. Mr. I I hands of young boys in a very abort Solid Rings, ,
statue of Douglas, upon that perfect in the that he I Sexauer, the "genial host,*" is too well time and while neither have resulted -
11\\ repose grave of
Mr. lk has bern formonths I i ine.er I ::space ; etc.
y engaged in this !
t' enjoyed in official life. That of i Escambia Rifles. and favorably known community fatally, these frequent accidents, i'
commission from the The regular monthly meeting of this to need! any words of commendation from I 1 the result of carrying concealed weapons Silverware Tableware.
? Monument A Douglas its I I Sterling :-Rogers
!ociation-is gradapproaching rears pedestal above the wa- : fine military company takes place Monday us, and when interrogated as to whether should remind our police authorities ,
i-ompletion.! The clay ters Of Lake :Michigan like a gigantic I ,"Cook*" is the right man in the right i ,
h.' which sentinel evening, the ISth inst. We are authorized that active steps should be taken in Rich American Cut Glass.
1111 .....,! about some ten feet high was or mighty watchtower. As the gazer' to say that their many friendsare ,place! or not, "Echo" invariably answers I this matter, and this dangerous prac-

b .w occupied a w.'k-I. .taking ago, and from Mr.;t Yolk the views it, he is taken back almost a score 'I cordially invited to be present. "Yes." tice be done away with. The carryingof 100 Elgin, Waltham and ether makes of 15- Y i

per .i mold Mr. "Ik! of years to the deathbed of the statesman I i concealed weopans is contrary to the
W..a ; jf molding seems never to You will pet: the best 5c .cigar in town A Good Dinner.J. letter and spirit of the statute and with jewel movements. 3ir
and his 1- _
.Ih. plaster-clav In anLart dying words are vividly recalled I
it behoves
n,1D\os' creaking likeness, Florida Medicine Co. B. Walton, the well-known and popular our cosmopolitan population
'; is of the "Little : "Tell my children to stand by I'I proprietor of the "Bank," long knownas I; our police to be vigilant and our magistrates Solid 14 and 18 Karet Gold Watches with high "
.lit' .. fe.Kmemorv the Union The Union must and shall 'I We call especial attention to the advertisement a successful caterer, furnished the ) should mingle but little mercy in
ll lifetime Jht Senator people lJou of las Illinois. the In be maintained at aH hazards** Years I I I I of W. B. Hoyt which appearsin magnIficent' dinner givn by Mayor Jonesin .the justice meted out to those coming grade movements. Filled cases, railroad adjusted .
e. -constant friend was another column. Mr. Hoyt has secured honor of Gen.. Hancock. The occasionwas I before them charged with carrying "con I
and patron of Mr. I ago the nation In sorrow laid him down the services of the well known no ordinary. one,, but Col. Walton cealed weapons. watches, with 17, 19,' 21 and" 23 jewel move-

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...c' ,, '. .,,: :- :'. :""-" ", : ; "!"" -'.,-: -.. f. -" and Filled cases to close out.at $10. ] : '
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Higher grades in proportion. t

I d RIERA S'HOoE 'C n'O pN'Y. 'i I I1t1It largest Stock of Diamonds inVest Florida ; t tt

.II IIIII8ONOIindgI..EQL3 n I3en'nien t f DRIaB.! .. 1 >dl;InB LL .Da&K.> .....BBEBBBBflBlESBEBBEBBBSBBBBflna) ... Diamond Rings from $5 to $1,000.. -U t :

Diamond Ear Screws from $10 'to $750. ,f is.ti

x I The First Christmas of Our Existance. I Diamond Diamond Diamond'Necklaces Bracelets Lockets from from from$10$15$250 to to$100.to$100.$1,000. ':' '; '

!i S.B S.. Diamond Link Buttons, Studs, Scarfpins, .-

Brooches etc. *
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We wish Good Patrons Christmas and r -tit.'

I i our Merry i P. S.-I have a Safety Vault Fire and Burglar Pro**, and I am e

r + prepared to take good care of your articles of value and win make I
liberal advances at the lowest rate of Interest. Business strictly .
confidential. 229 South Palafox Street, ALEX. USCHKOFF. Prop. -

ff4 ,. w a Prosperous Happy New Yean = j

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; I fairs than govern
i then existed.The ,
In 1883 V V V
Improvement Began ment of both Ir
I city and state had fallen
i into the hands of a set of men most \V SAVANNAH.GA.
and Has Been Steady of whom had neither the brains nor
the inclination to improve; anything h
Every Since. 7. t xVS [pertaining to either city or state.. It ;
,was not their object to build or imI ,
HJ V prove. These were words not found iai

Development by I their to loot vocabulary.and they attended Their business to their was bus- I IflillJ3I,; .S. Il1!
jr'. One Who Has Seen It. governwent I : : :e. & h : V t:

except::: a large.

debtI came to the state Just before the :C () ;cNu ; I t
turning point was reached and can : ;
ONE OF THE PIONEERS OF THIS truly say that a worse state of affairs I Ci) j : C) 'tj a'
I would be hard to imagine. Peasaco- -
SECTION, THINKS DEEP WATER la's principal streets (if indeed you =
CITY HAS A GREAT FUTURE AND could call them streets) were one continuous 1t1RPE$11P .l30)C g
sand bed, with 'a dilapidated 2 .
r THAT NEW RAILROADS AND plank sidewalk at intervals on either g
side. Once in a great while there was .!! V 613 "
I' STEAMSHIP LINES ARE AN. a substantial house, but most of them ((1)
!" 'i were mere shanties. rft ::: e aDJ
I I The city _government offices from
mayor to policemen (they had no use .
. r: By Capt. J. W. Lang, of Muscogee, Fla. for a garbage hauler or dog catcher) .5)r .,
!. We often speak of the Christmas': CAPT. J. W. LANG. were\, filled by negroes, with one ex 0
k. season as one for the formation: otj I ception-the marshal was a white .
. resolutions for our government during man. Many of the finest lots in the .. t
, the next year, but these resolutions II or two more railroads the balance city where now stand some of the (
I however sincerely made are so would be easy.I best residences and business houses C},) :;;: I.I )
'1,l seldom carried out that the habit has, am inclined to a contrary opinion. were\, then nothing but weeds and filth. q ,
become a subject for holiday jest I believe that when the volume of Yellow fever fI\\\ V
was ...
t I' It Is. however a time when most of business down in Pensacola becomes every summer, whether naturally it came expected or -.I. M", i ';.ct' ... ..... ..... ._ ... '!r'I; .,_ .. I fh tcQ.
: os look back in retrospection over the I large enough to make another or two .... '.ro"W''n--f -J--s.; J ---- :wl
'f past. Some of this retrospection is other railroads a paying investmentthe notThe county suffered also. Lands -.I
t confined to individual experience and men and the money will be forthcoming : Just outside of the city limits and favorably = "
i, come extends to events and doings of"I with little effort to build situated that can't be bought _mmmJ
J more general interest and import. them. today for less than $50 to $100 per l 'IIU
While indulging in such thoughts my Many Different Flags. acre, were ,offered then, at $250 and :e .
j, mind goes back to the time when I The view I take of it is that Pensa- buyers at that figure were. hard'to u.
first' became a citizen of West Florida cola has never until the past few years find.
-some twenty,four years ago-and had an equal chance with other citiesof Improvement Began in 1833. _
,4" when I compare the general condition the south. While it is an old city The next year (1883), the year Grover -
E' of things social industrial and political I it must be remembered that at dlf Cleveland was first elected to the
1, of that time with the conditions ferent times since it was founded it; presidency, the people got together COMPLETE OUTFITS ALWAYS ON HAND. '
us they exist at present and follow has been owned and held by five different and made a determined fight which I; .
'I them through their several stages of nations and at least three of happily'
resulted in
a complete chance Extra Kittles Cap Arms and Worms Grate Bars
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development down to the present year, them regarded it only as a strategicpoint I I Iin the political complexion of the city I
I.. I can realize that the that for naval and military .
<< progress opt-ratIonsj and state. The carpetbagger and
,1, has been made is indeed wonderfuL and as a kind of trading point end was\, ousted. negro. Furnace Doors, ,Chip Shimmers, Spirit ,Buckets, Spirit Funnels -
To the reader who has resided here never expected to make of it anything The peon!*, .
encouraged began to
j during and prior to that time, what I else.Up improve. The improvement was necessarily Glue Pots, Rosin Dippers and Th i n e's._ Repairing' In Country -
!r shall say will be of little interest ash to the breaking out of the Civil slow at first as both city and
q will know it all and more. But a War very little progress had been state were bankrupt.and in debt but promptly attended to. .

I f who great feel many an of interest The Journal's in Pensacola readers.and war made.with Then a hostile came the four in possession years of it was sure and steady end it has continued "' _' ,._ .. ., .-W". ... ......,. __ .,_"", _",\ .. ... .. ,_ "
army and gained momentum at every ... ;. .- .. .. ;. "" : t. ,,. ; _.. ..... ,
Escambia county, known little or nothing of its principal fort and later in possession step until nor it would be hard to .... "'.Ji.: :. u.'t' : ."...H.-44. ,. .u :r. -'* _,1j3j. --- --. --
'e of the vexing problems political of the city, and of its
I t L, and social that have confronted the best citizens took refuge many in t.herclUes ston The time, I have been here seems To our Friends and Patrons A Merry Christmas. and a Happy and Prosperous New
people of this immediate section of the of the south,leaving their homesin short It seems hardly possible that ,
country in their efforts to build upend the hands of their enemies. Many; so much has been accomplished in
; develop it i returned after the "war was over to short a time. Pensacola is today a Year.. McMILLAN BROS. Co.
1 Doubtless many wonder why, with find these homes mere wrecks and rapidly srowin! clean and healthful

: all of its advantages of harbor soil themselves without the means of rebuilding -[citr. with no dread of yellow fever ., ._ ._. .. ..
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-' end climate and, with its favorable I them and no business" by with clean paved ; .:. ::;..:.
: streets with
r: onnneTciaI situation. Pensaeola is not;I I which to obtain the means. With the.':I system of and a 'fine much to be proud of and believe the' and a vast amount of trade will be I
t; 1 large city comparing: favorably with\,.city under the rule of the carpetbagger', buildings! in sewerage of good: city day is not far distant when she will carried on through her port
;: New Orleans. Galveston and many of,,land, negro impoverished and humiliated -,;,:-rood street process railway,. telephone construction.and take her place among the leading .There is much more that I could say
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J THERE are thousands of women who get more real personal enjoyment

r't the things that beautify and decorate the home than they do out

1'I t of things for mere personal adornment: The pride is the pride of the good .

'Ij'Ii i wife and mother, and the seeker of gifts to delight a housekeeper will find

j most permanently delightful gifts in our big furniture emporium. Then, too,

t .a gift of serviceable Furniture' is "a .constant. reminder of the giver
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t.r.'L. More care should be bestowed on the berroom and Handsome \writing desks ol- oak and< immitation i Let the dining room be made pleasant and attrac-'
f its appointments than any other room in the house.: mahogany. Give: one to the wife or sweetheart.1They .I tive-it aids digestion. Look at .your; own diningroom i
Good health ,the choice of all blessings, cannot long![ 'would be pleased beyond,measure, and a wom-I ,
,ip i i.t \ be enjoed.in: the home where the sleeping room }isj|an should have a desk in the home for her.corres- and see"how badly. >ou,.- need a new' extension. A
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Ladies' Writing Desks. I vice and, beauty and ark so moderately priced that! ,Rockers and'asy Chairs. _.
1 to see them makes you_ want them. Rugs' "and
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( 1SCS,by Frank H. Sweet.j : father mls'abie when you might have i fully "we could do it better If we-'had ."Guess 111 step out If It's house- "Well that's gettln- on. o' course but a broad smile. Truly he was a won-!f die of all shone from a little tin candlestick '

"'3f T ain't any use for you to sa.yJ a good time' pretending she eald i ever seen a real Christmas ent'tain- c:1 anm' timesaid Grandfather seeln ''Our'smaJl for your age. I presume derful Santa Claus! An old buffalo I placed on the fiat top of thi 3 !,t

E you think it's gotn' to stop i firmly as 'she wiped her eyes."I de-I ment, but I reckon we can make out Nichols as he beat a retreat In pre- It might be allowed ye 'to play a skin plentifully besprinkled with I tree.The :
I snowin. grandfather for It alnt. clare! I'm real ashamed of you." grandfather don't your* tended dismay, to the'living room. little spell longer If you get a good flour was gathered about him and tied Inverted washtub was hidden b,

It's set In for a 'big storm. "'Grandfathercried.. the little girl 1 "1 see1 a Christmas ent'tainment "Here's four numbers from the threeyears" chance like this one." in place about his neck, arms and legs. an oil red cloth and above it the tree 9 ;'

There was a slight quiver about little cheerily about half an hour later, "you once, tree and all." said the old man. 'ago file that haven't got'' any- The child's last. doubt vanished with It was easy to see that getting down rDser resplendent Its bare twigs ..glistening -

Sarah Mary's lips as she said this, but must have split up more'n enough "Twas when your father was a little thing of no great Interest to me in this assurance."I stairs at ever so slow a pace must with strips of tin and scraps oi .
sae pressed them'ttnn1Y. together. and kindlln'a by this time. Come In. I chap and we was risitin' with Brother 'em** said the old man. cautiously do believe" she said to herself as have been a difficult matter. His hair colored paper and hung with strings ol

t-rushtag: the takes of snow from her want to talk to you. I've got a reg'lar Henry's folks down In the city. opening the kitchen doer at about 10 I I she washed the dipner dishes "that and beard were well covered with popcorn. Tied to the two largest
nail splendid plan. of old grandfather counted on that tree flour and *o was the pfd fur cap on branches were two. packages wrapped>> ; ;
(laid shawl she hung it up on a 'Ob, grandfather! exclaimed the o'clock with a little package: '
behind the kitchen door and set about The old man came In Quickly, rubbing child drawing a long breath.' "Then newspapers In his hand. "Will that more'd I did** his head. There was even a dash of' in a newspaper. r 4 s
here and there on the tall boots I Sarah Mary's eyes shone with pride .
retting the breakfast. his hands. you must be more disappointed even be enough for your purposes? Seemsto All the long afternoon the snow fen flour II
"TcxTTe been out in the road to get "Kind e* cool In.the shed this morn- than I am. because you know what be great doln's in here this mornin'. thick and fast No one passed the he wore. I as she looked at the tree.
ln';" he said looking at"CAN'T missln. smeiled molas" Nichols farmhouse, but that was not "Oh Oh! rd never know you in "This is a Clo 'oua. blessed time,
L food Took at tbe'sky, I reckon, Sarahdory' anxiously :our But you can tell me whatit Haven't I *
world!" gasped Sarah Mary Then I| children said Santa Claus advancing -
strange for their road was not much the
like, In '
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traveled at time. Grandfather recollecting herself, she walked slowly to the tree and turning his eyes r>|,
complete. and old Sedate-I '
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to chair placed< In one on his sedate but beaming audience. :
Nichols and: Sarah Mary were too ly a I ,
Sarah Mary nodded A. queer little "Well. began the old man. "there the papers and retreated. i. be
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cosnd came from her throat but she' was a tree all covered with BParklin'things "Jest like her ma that child is," be busy to pay much heed to the storm.It the room. I I I wlshln all '
for his ..unableto joyous about, and. you a
between themthat Claus part was
had been agreed Santa
did not speak. and colored ones and candles, said to himself as he put on his coat. '
'I : Merry Christmas-New Tear. I will new .
Nichols had admiring "Well I -
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"Wen I It does toe bea and then thefolks' suppress .
declare. appear presents was hungon .-
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with Its twig to !" as he looked about the I percede pre.enta.So
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tC a stump said the oid nun aloft{ yU kind of trimmed round with green and I untied of th.' .
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Sarah directions she was to strips of brown cambric, on cautiously one
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stove take possessien of the living room and which were pasted :sentiments appre- newspaper pack *3. ...
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living room and stooped. Earth Will to Men and "For Grandfather Vlchels" h* real I .
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open stove understand i
aloud. "I &, ,
All her grandfather had to do withit ear- .; '
the nre. "And there was a Santa Claus a man '
her few more particu- pected to be with us this everta* sad l
"Here she KM lottln on that Sunday all dressed up in furs, with long white i was to give a he had c i. will probably be along la a feet mte- 4 i; .
school Ckristmas tree for weeks andwBrts whUkers and lookin' as if he'd been j lars about tbe decorations seen a,. utes." '-";
that Other Christmas, so long ago. He
gtitfay. said Grandfather out In a snowstorm, and he made some I He untied the other package sad t f
be to see the living -
Nichols, apparently: addressing the r-marks fust and then give out 'the was not to permitted read "'For Sarah Mary Nichais.* Will !'
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ackeiftg; bHe that seemed loath to .1 presents. There was a parcel of candy room till o'clock. the little gal step arrard and get her' I '
Sarah .
mart tut biiilojr vnd then- twas put for each child. I rec'leet. 'Twas a Precisely at that hour Mary.in present?" Sarah Mary received tie t 1 t
the character of and Santa
guest, I
ott} to Dew Year's on account of thernlnIster handsome sight. Claus in the person of her grandfather, package and a pat on the head from t T

being sick and car after afl Little Sarah Mary gaTe a sigh of. to enter the from Santa Claus. She turned away, and I ,
were apartment one
the waftjaJAM'S cot te low It. Never excitement as the old man stopped. r then stopped.
| the kitchen and the'other from the tr I
***n t& a chria s tree In her life "We can pretend most cf-it if you'll '"Grandfather. she cried facing f ,
Sarah Mary sin' Qdofts I haven'tntttheL help, grandfather," the said. \ entry.I I I
and If .
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Time hung rather heavily on the old r about and throwing her little arias as J
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it4 far around the befioured buffalo robe | |
At 5 o'clock he muttered to himself -
1 was gotn' along usttji; her. Pull ma'am. said the old man as he rubbed: { man. 4
would ,. bun .
1 wisht I could see how I lock. as they reach."ou' a I
me.n due tojjght' and mUd weather for Sarah Mary's band between hU' own | "s !
splendid Santa Claus and now will ,
and vainly tried to get a glimpse of hisfliure"
a Week back. Tfce first snowstorja of rough palms. take your package and be the rest ;
te rite little cracked looking you j
the "Well then said the child briskly, I
season this la, and Sarah Mary 3
which hungI of the children with me? It's only <
six Inches
ain't fitted! out for sUnny weather. "had you just as soon have your filr.- I[ glass, square 1 jest molasses candy but it's real gaod. ''. '
Them ner at half pst "..even so I can have I in his room.
three miles theM and back see.'l
"There." Sarah I tasted it to t.
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three turfs was gout to be about all I the whole afternoon to get ready to II k t.I
Y- descending from a chair on 'which she "Well. I reckon I will said Grandfather [ v
c uM 'a' I pretend !In? '* ; ,
elcbed In good Mica', but \
!had been standing and lookingabout Nichols heartily as he bunt the
I wouidn't 'a' begrudged rettln' master "Have it :at: hn thutty if you say so.Tsaid S
: the room with pride "I've done the 1 J.C ; bonds of his buffalo robe and kicked >
grandfather lT.
ured not a ipite *
1 very best I could. I hope rra.ndtather111 off the clumsy boots with a right goad r
returned Sarah Marywith
He hut the store door and went :'n: *
back to the kitChen. nr.ich gravity "half: past leven will heearly f be pleased. It's half past S now, and I 1M with
dressed." He and Sarah Mary were sitting to- :
j I mutt hurry and get '
enovgh. Xotv there's twct br
"Breakfast is most ready said YOU AND' Y HAVE A PRETEND {! A few minutes before o'clock a lit- gether In the big old rocking chair, the ;' :
three things can do to help. Idon't "
Sank Nary with faint smile. Pros- you .
a CHRISTMAS ,HERE1"Sarah lie figure stepped softly down the steep candles were burning low and the mi- i
fOU7 it a quite ready, and they sat see 't we can tars a real tree, It
vjp I was nearly when ;
] back, stairs, and at about the same lasses candy gone
dorm at the table. It was a very silent -: Mary, whose, eyes .were red. but If we could bring in that tallest time a large cumbersome form : the two Christmas-New Year revelers i

I cseaj. but at last Sarah Mary though she smiled .bravely at him. apple wood chunk that's out in, the 1 4SANTA '' descended the front stairs laboriously heard the sound of sletghbells fi # ; :

broke the eilence. "Now sit right down here In front of shed end cut some notches in it and r | As the old clock in the kitchen'M lowed by a knock at their door. ,'\
stick the from
'Last year was the 'first one they the stove and get warmed tip" she said some twigs the brush CLAUS CACTIOUELT UNTIED i struck six with Its sharp curt strokes. "I jest stopped on my way bona :1.1;

ever had but I, didn't mind missing. drawing the old rocking chair for- I' pile in the notches I think 'twould ONE OF THE PACKAGES. | these two, figures, entered the living i I from the Corners" said Nichols aea* :!;'
that grandfather, because was ward. Tve had ,"real smart cryln' make a real goopretendln':! tree and .
you a room from1 opposite directions and ,,:. est neighbor when the door open : 4 :
*<*. but now it Just seems as ITPM spell; and I feel'a'lot.better now and that chunk has 'got a splendid square preparatory to a trip to'the cold garret -j gazed at each otherSarah i \. eeL 1 thought rd coma in and tell y< !..;j is t
> little Sarah Mary 'e uld not fin m tell you about my plan. bottom to stand on. where be expgctedto find some articles -I i braelr'attired In : I that the Sunday school tree is postponed '
ish. but rose abruptly and began to Ty., been thlnldn',:, she went 'on, "And then of course," she went oq. suitable for: his afternoons mas- Mary was watt had: : a I II "THE SCNDAT SCHOOU. TKEB IS till tomorrow night on accoual

dear away the dishes. I. speaking quickly, as: she stood quite "you must be Santa Clans, and'7ou'1lknow querade. "There 'ain't n) stumpln| changeable to.silk her mother wh-h.'/if a"skirt once of': POSTPONED TILL TOMORROW. of the bad travelln, and I can fix It E s t '

"I know honey." said the old .man. close to her grandfather that this is just bow' .s1on as you've seen her not for long. I can tell ye." t belonged 'of which to take Sarah Mary and you toe alo&f t!"} 'f
some sort, the exact .eyf priate U the season The letters weret !
patting her head as he, too. rose .from the last day ,ofthe year and tonight one, and if you .could spare me home Dinner was what Sarah Mary called determined inasmuch t with us to the enftalnment. Goof -#i j. 1
be as of various cut from the
could not sizes papers.
the ta.ble."It's a real stump; that's will be New Year's eve, only we'll be of your old papers Td be obliged. And " it was completely by [ "Peace on Earth: read Santa Claus.
HI do all the rest""Mussy Sarah .Mary'sthin }
what it is. out into the to home 'stead of down to the church. possible .
I ell
guess go :
Much obliged Much !
white obUgad
best apron, a very large looking at the words over"th6 stove .
hed and kindlin's." Here her voice trembled a little, but sakes alive!" ejaculated little cheeks were flushed and her ( .,
split up some more : I one with strings of great length. Thesestrings through a tremulous mist that. made said Grandfather Nichols as ha drove .. n
When the door from the kitchen Into only far moment: Grandfather Nichols. "What a little: eyes were unusually bright"Do ._ .
crossed the
were -diagonally on them waver away. t
MW shed was closed Sarah Mary sank "And I' don't see why you and I. planner you be! Well we!!. I guessthere's you a'p0se-4o you reckon' It'a&ilt 1, child's: back 'and brought over her.I A wreath of autumn leave was Sarah Mary. preparing to go to bA J
be she
into the can't have a pretend Quite a little laid for for me to pretendhV
splint bottomed rocking chair grandfather job out ) I ought to consider I'm f shoulders to the front where they terminated pinned: on one window c curtain and a took a peep at the outside world. :r It f
add sobbed despairingly., Gradually the Christmas here thatll.be most as good me. Ill look over the old papers fust; asked. 32sd la a large bow securely pinnedto bunch of dried "everlastings' on the I "Why grandfather!" she exclaJssefjoyfully. ; !
lObs ceased. Then she stopped rocking 'as If we'd gone tQ the,.Sunday school and see what I can spare. I s'pose It's: too old for play crandfatherr.toLet's -
"It has
old be 'xactlyr her dress. Her curly hair had been other. There'waa a big candle in the stopped snowia, az ; .' i
ant sat UP straight. one. 'They was to have theirs at C no use askin' you what they're for" ; see. old'man. you I made to lie as fiat as such hair ever I center of the wooden mantel And a : the moon Is comln' out. What a b.e : ,' .

n"W Vell. Sarah Mary Nichols, a greatevenyearold o'clock and we: could have ours at the. "Not a mite," replied the child.ner- i' Inquired the responded would. She stood with her eyes rivet riaan one at each end. 'A' Ump burned j jOB II yu-tiful time Christmas and'New Ye a '

girl-:: like you .to .set same Ume. rily she'took down the broom from .Tin jest HIILJ .x. ed oa Santa Claus, on whose face vu tiM CM table, and the smallest.caa-: urJ "\ j

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K >r i= 1 j Xmas Is fast drawing near, and with it comes plenty

' f "; of fun. and excitement. We are prepared to .sell you '


; f the best line of groceries in the city at popular prices.

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'1'\- 1 We are -Figs-, i I II I i ;Herring, Haddock, Etc.. f Sauce, Jelly; Etc. ,. Crystalized Fruits, 1 11

. Sole Agents for Figs per I I I Kippered Herring................25 cents 75 cents pound

Dates I ................. per
I Findan ...... ... ..... Cranberry Sauce 35 cents
David,Berg & Co.'s Currants, .Haddocks. \ .t A- .25.cents-' Apple Butter......................35 cents talized
Seeded i: Pink 'salmoJ.t.-; :;.:.TTTi.i.20'centsLobsters. : : Peach .Butter.;...................35 cents Crj Ginger,

Celebrated: Citron : .....:..:............. Currant Jelly.:...................25 cents
?. cents .. 10 cents'and'30. cents
Lemon ; I Guava Jetty...;-.;-.-...-..;.;;;;.....25 cents per
> KOSHER SAUSAGE. Stuffed I I I French Sard nes..i. ..._', ...-.2s.: cents 'Cranberries, 2 quarts..........,.25 cents ,.
Stuffed I French Sardines......'....*.".......-15 cents" Chin Sauce.............:.........15fcents pound.
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I Miscellaneous. j Candies. Cheese.Edam Preserves.t.ONG'S --

French Peas....................25 centsAsparagus
5-lb 1 .
Tips................t35 Bulk Goods. (In cans).......'...........SO ccntsNeufachtel'
II cents Glass I
(( Asparagus................20 and 50 Chocolate and Bon-Bons.. ..40 cents &, 2 Tor................15 cents ,
cents Glass : Mixed Candies.10.. and 20 cents Swiss............................35 cents CURTICE BROS.' )
.. American Peas..i..15 and.20 cents I Package!! *...' .....;."JO cents- to $1.00 ,
II Italian....... ....ft;.;. .v.STf'cents DUNKLEY'S
: Sugar Corn.......................15 cents I : f
2-lb. Half-pound,
One-pound and Two-
I pound Roqueford........................15 cents BISHOP & CO.'S,
French Vegetables (for Soups)..., 20 cents Boxes"Hoadley's.
( 1lb. ................. fj' CROSS BLACKWELL'S '
.......... Imperial (Club) .10 centsAmerican ,
Baked Beans 10, 15 and 20 cents .........................20 centsRelishes. I I DODSON, SL BRAUN L
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; Olives.. We: Sell I Kennedy's Fancy Crackers,

r i Large Queen..............:...._.......$1.00 Best ,. .
( The Only' Genuine! D. &. B. Catsup.................25 cents
i I Large Queen...................75 cents Walnuts. !} L i P. Sauce...;..:............30 cents Cakes and Wafers.

... ... Filberts: FOX RIERBUTTER Celery Salad....; ;\.............30 cents
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Medium Sizes
.60 cents
Butter India Relish.....................30 cents ................
t ( Smaller Sizes..........10, 25'and 40 centsStuffed Sweet Relish.....................IS cents 1lb. Fruit. Cakes 30 cents I

) Sizes............. Pecans Dill Pickles per dozen..........15 cents 2'z.lb.Fruit Cakes..............73 cents
10 and 30 cents Mixed :
Sour Pickles, dozen..........10 cents !
; I! Bulk, per quart..................50 cents Shelled The Best on the Market. Sweet Pickles per per quart........30 cents 5-lb.. Fruit. Cakes....................J1.50
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Come' in and let us our stock of good things to 'eat. We will treat you right "

delivery is i .the best in the city. .

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11-James E. Crane, Tampa. Nassau-S. A. 'Ogilvie Callahan;*I loaded: down with gifts-remembrances i and west: It'also has Immense Tor
MEMBERSHIP f fi 12-AL "Wlnburn Mallory. Jas. E. Colkins Fernandina. of loving friends or heart echoes of l elgn population that sends home vast
,, 13-F. M. Hudson MJamL Orange-G. W. Crawford Conway; 1 scattered families. The letters he numbers of money orders and registered
, 14 K. P. Lake
Cone City. I B. C. Abernethy Orlando. must deliver.are easily three times as letters.
1& J. B. Crews Lake Butler. @1IID @
; Osceola-A. E. Donegan Kissim-i :
many as in ordinary seasons'but his : In the rush
16-Thos. S. Davis,. Fernandina. I mee. I midst of the Christmas
k 17-J. R. Newlan Live Oak. i Pasco-R. McCutcheon:: Dade greatest burden Is the packages-In- I an average of 6,000 registered parcel
LEGISlATURE 18-H. II. Buckman Jacksonville.. :City. I I CG Ih1rrfi fG IT 1@l numerable back breaking" packages.But ; II and CO.OOO letters an hour are receivedat
i 19-Louis Massey:: Orlando. I Polk-W. J. Durrance Fort Mead; if the carriers are worked hard the foreign mail station In New
20-D. H.. Baker, Orange Home.: Mel-I H. W. Snell. Winterhavenville. bow about the postoffice clerks? Besides York. Recently one sfilp sailed for
21-N. R. Carter Levyville. I f Putnam-H. A. McKinzie Palatka;'I Lkllill the Increased amount of matter I Europ with 3,000 sacks of ordinary
22-W. M. Girardeau, Monticello. la; I I W. A. Russell Crescent they have to handle, they must.be par mail matter and almost 75000 register
t'1' hF1907 1 l 23-1. N. Withers Ladylake. -!I I SAnta Rosa-J. H. Harvell, Bagdad; tlcularlj careful that the regulationsof I ed packages while another vessel carried
24-W. Hunt Harris. Key West. I IA.I J. Peaden Oak Grove.I i dollars In
J1 the"' department not away half a million
25-S. W. Clark Blountstown. W. I Johns-C. J. DuPont, Matanzas; IS sleigh and reindeer reenforced are being vIo- DOW.Typewriterso.
lated. Many articles of merchandise money orders. D.
26-E. S. Grill Palatka. j W: A. McWilliams; SC. Augustine. by fast trains and -
27-Jos. H. Humphreys Braden. I -![: St. Lucie-Claud .F. Olmstead Ft.1 IH1 liners Santa Clans is delIver.ocean I. are. prohibited transmission la the I
Names town. : 1s. Violations
and Addresses of Pierce. ma are frequent be-
:28! -Frank W. Sams. New Smyrna. :1 Sumpter W. C. G. Kilgore Wildwood -I ing a much larger number of 1 cause of ignorance.One .
Lawmakers Who Will 29-E. B. Canova, Sanderson. I presents every year. The United> States thIng that causes extra work for
:30 Frank postal authorities the Christmas
Adams Jasper.31Le'Is' Suwannee-W. R. Dorman, Live say the letter sorters Is the_ peculiar addresses
W. Zim St. Augustine. ; Oak; W. H. :McClellan, Welborn. I mail this season will far exceed In vol. letters
Assemble Next on many and packages.
32-11. IL JlcCreary, Gainesville. Taylor-T. J. Faulkner. Perry. ume that of last: winter. And then it Aside from the thousands missives We offer the below
House of Representatives. Volusia-Wm. S. ''Parkinson. Day! was tremendous.
Year. lo tona D. F. Morrison; BarbervilleWakulla I I sent to Santa Crane, there are those $100 MAKE TYPEWRITERS CHEAP*
Alachua-T. A. Doke Santa Fe; ; !! With every hamlet, town and city ..
Syd L. Carter. Gainesville. -S. P. Roddenberry, Sop I!I sending out and receiving Its quota, with some such address as "Care of Steam's Visible (new) .............! '?
Following are the names and addresses Baker-L. C. Cobb Olustee. S.i iF. :choppy. !\| millions of letters and'packages-some Lieutenant Peary, North Pole." Puzzie Williams, (re-built) ................ r9.fiDensmore.
Walton-J. H. .Richbourg. Laurel i I I addresses are not uncommon, and (practically new) ....... t' ,''
of the members the Bradford-E. S. Matthews. .
of legislature .... 4
''. by special delivery many registered Smith Premier No. 4 .......... 4.
who Stark-H. C. Dukes. HilL although postofflce people enjoy them ...... J
were elected at the last Peoples I I I '<; and others with ordinary postage- Remington No. 2 (re-built) .. '
election and who will meet at Tallahassee Brevard-Wade H. Jones Titnsville Washington. B. Lassiter Ver-, travel ordinarily, they do cot, at Christmas .
next April: Calhoun-AT Max Wilson, Blounts- on.. from and to all parts of the na- time. A frequent form of address Is a Also for ten dar d'Uvry we can' '\I
tlon, arrive from foreign shores or pass New Century :Fox, ray-SUole. Lo"Rood .
<- State SenateDistrict 1 I I out to them. There are about 80,000- drawing of a plum pudding with the or any make of typewriter. AK '
1-Thos. West Milton. name.street and city written In minute machines also for renLi'
2 John .S. Beard Pensacola. GULF CITY COFFEE CO. R.L. I Florida and Alabama 000 persons In this country. A majority characters on a leaf of'a sprig of holly .
3-Jobn Xeel l. Westville. of them both send and receive at the top. *
4-Theop. West Marianna. H. P. CHIPMAN, Manager. I j; Christmas mail, from one to several The greatest center of postal #
'. 5-A. J. Alford' Carrabelle. LAND COMPANY:4 dozen pieces each. This gives ,falntidea' activity PensacolaTypewriter
I Roasters Blenders and Shippers of! i In the world Is probably 'gee York
6 James E. Broom Qalncy.! I I of the extent of the work that
7-l>ark M Trammell.: lakeland. G.. Manufacturers or. falls upon the postal authorities. city. H Is by far, Jhe largest mail distributing -
f. 8-J. \\". Henderson. Tallahassee. f Fine : Coffees :I i and Dealers In I Whether in'the heart of the city oroa or shipping point on the'continent 'I Exchange,
9-'\. K. Jackson. Inverness. OUR CQFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL H.. i.LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES a rural! delivery the Is recelTlnr'postal matter from
route carrier
t. 4D-C, L, Le ;ett. Greenville. GROCERS. GIVE THEM 'A TRIAL.I AND KUrN-. RIED SAP. I iarei n countries, from .the_noe ,south. 20 E. Government St.

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:fc Good Christmas Presents .


r. Ladies, don't select a box of cigars for your husband or brother because the label on the box is

:! pretty. What he wants is something good to smoke. Don't take chances' but get the kind t

that every man enjoys.


Little Minister 5c Cigars :

:; l ,', Are the favorites everywhere. Over one and a half million sold in Pensacola: -this, year. Merit

I J' alone could make this kind of aI re'cord. These cigars are all made of rich, pure, selected

Havana tobacco. A wealth of joy in every one. They suit the taste and likewise the purse

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J'NN1NG\ l I
I I have been requested to toll the I Pensacola Is of course assumed, but ;
readers of this magnificent edition of x R not without grounds for the asump-
The Journal, the story of the part tion as every observer must admit : .
taken by The Chamber of Comerce of that there was no progress and but I FEEDS
Pensacola In the really remarkable limited prosperity here prior to the "
iJ growth and development of the Deep organization of the Chamber of Com-
( i Water City which has taken place merce, and since that auspicious event -
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within the past few years. I accept WtY y both have enhanced enormously. Priorto
the task with pride in the record 1886, Pensacola was scarcely known It
yr which has been made by the organi. beyond the narrow confines of the
zation of which I have been the active .', rav ; state of Florida; since then thousandsof IOOiDe. i0t1 t 1S :< 4(
officer during the past: three and a half dollars have been expended throughthe SUCAENE
Chamber of Commerce in adver-
years. < F
Over 2,000,000 Bank Note Cigars sold inWest Florida in 1S05 We are living In a tremendously 4\.w iIC4, : f tising the limitless natural advantages 0 { j
I active age of commercial and Indus- possessed by Pensacola, with the result
trial development the most won w that Pensacola Is better known
Frank Reilley, Agent Pensacola: Fla. derful era of progress and prosperity ; and more appreciated by the outside k
recorded In the history of the world, world than any other seaport on the L.
-- -- and yet the resources of the world N trtr Gulf, and still as is the case of the
have scarcely been touched, nor will world at large,' i Pensacola's resources 4r 1 1E it, t'
the present era of prosperity be regarded d M4 have scarcely been touched. K
in any sense as remarkable, tlr..rL rr The Chamber of Commerce, aggres- HORsE FEED= ,
High Grade American in another decade. sive and progressive organization thatit 'J
I mA KO, e gat.
With natural endowments covetedby is, "keeps everlastingly at it I 1. i '?
Portland all of the ports on the Gulf of within another decade, the Pensacolaof ARt tti.8s' QTiJII 11.E eeaM ,
Cement/ Mexico Pensacola remained a fishing f> I today as far as it is ahead of the pAr JUL1rISQ c90=, Aw, f6a so0 ; J t
village for many years, or until she Pensacola of two decades ago will be i
HARD WALL PLASTER KEY.STONE LIME ACME was awakened from a lethargy of impossible of recognition with its: : tf ?
DOUBLE FLINT COATED ASPHALT ROOFING FELT 1, 2 U centuries by an element which drift miles of paved streets and macadamized ;
AND 3-PLY FIRE BRICK, etc. i ed within her portals and recognizedher boulevards; its complete sur- j1 j//\*
Beg to state that we are now in shape to make deliveries advantages as the ONLY Deep face drainage and sewerage systems, ,," ,
Secretary W. C. JONES. its parks and public buildings and its f'. '
of Mexico.
on oar Parthenon Brand of Water Port on the Gulf .
A The evolution of man from his pre-I slue citizens of Pensacola, was or- sky-scraping business blocks. ,
Pure White Portland Cement. historic state has been a slow and, ganized that year In the fall of
tedious process, likewise has been' the i 1886, and since then the progress cf S 4 ,
guaranteed to pass the specifications of the United States evolution of Pensacola from an ambitionless Pensacola has been an open book. In Army Lngineer*. American Society Of Civil Engineers,, eta fishing village to its present: reality within these twenty years Pensacola -l ThA V1t. t'
Architects. Contractore and Block Manufacturers will of of the best:
t proud position one wealth, in
please remember the variety of high-class results that cane has grown more in rtd
> secured from the use of Pure White Portland Cement. known and most sought after sea ports i population and influence In the sister- .
Immediate deliveries for carloads and small lots mad it on the continent of North America. hood of cities, than she had in her THESE Is music In its: cUmnen- | d'
from our btocKs at Montgomery Pensacola. Birmingham. and For years and years, In-reality, for I of something more hearth a genial glow. ; F
f eo direct from mt1Llour previous history 1 .
collect telegram will get our prices on small Iou centuries upon centuries, as the old-1 than three centuries. This is borne Now the !boos Is making rea4g SOLD IN THIS CITY BY r ( I
.. well as carload lots. i t est American city Pensacola drifted out by the records. As stated above, For old Santa Claus I know .
along the paths of existence withoutthe 11 for the year 1S8C, Pensacola's exports And the tune the chltnneg saglng: i t.
Carolina Portland Cement Co., ::4 civilizing, the elevating, influencefor were valued at 12.184,037. By 1897 Is a merrg rcrandtlag! : F. S MELLEN & CO. 4 ,
and prosperity of a com-
progress Pensacola's commerce had
this item of MJos and chetr! f
Atlanta, Ga.
mercial organization until about the Last '
302111200. yearit b
Increased to Christmas 's bare, j I
when the present Cham- r
years 18S6 a value of $16,258.732. ,
___ ____.. __. .... __u_ ._ _.__ _. __.___ __ ber of Commerce of Pensacola was and represented.for the present calendar year it And old Santa's on the way/ .i\ .
organized through the efforts of our will exceed $18,000,000.00. In 1886 ,'.. i
fellowtownsman. Mr. Thomas d'Watson of Pensacola was leas EVERY spark that mounts the cbloaeg -- ,
I ter.'r and the lamented S. N. Van. the.than'10.o00 population; it is now In tho neighborhood falrg of the fire. 'J. S- President R. M. CART: J. W. DORR. W. R. QUUTA r : i.
( Heath & Milligan's Railway fB Pragg. of 30,000. Dancing Qp to watch for Santa Vlce-Prsetdent. Cuhitr. Assistant-Cashier.; h
Next to the fishing industry the The part played by the Chamber of Sailing higher, higher, higher.! THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA. ;
B White Lead export business in Umber and lumber Commerce in this development of Tin amid the stars that twt Ie. CAPITAL, 100000. SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $25,000. ,.1,::;
(there were.in those days but few imports _DIRECTORS_ .S }T'4!'
I ) represented the sole commercial I On the ski pathwag than pacse. JT. J. JIOOTON. R. M. CART. L. J. REEVES.W. s t', '!
We have the agency for this popular and activity of Pensacola. For the Gaza and blink.: A. D'ALEMBERTE J. S. REESE W. D.C. KESSLER f ; I i
Nod and wink% ,A General Banking Business Transacted and Accounts Solicited; Ships' DUburss- ,, ;'
D White Lead. It excels in durabil- year 1886, the total exports of all menu given Special/ Attention. .'0'
superior commodities cleared through the Pen- Coal and WoodWe Waiting! for old Santa Claus. j I i r .
ity, whiteness and covering capacity., ,Eight spcola custom house, represented a ; :I
value of but 12,184,037 and slumber A LL the coals that glow and sparkle ;
cents per pound.Saunders ing as Pensacola was in those halcyon deliver lea CoaL Charcoal and Jr& On the tearta or In the grate
days, she congratulated herself upon Weed anywhere ins the city. We .canurPfr And the enters there assembled lt
Mill Company, such an enormous business, never you in ant, Vtactlty and our Are but eager apes that win THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK '

Phone 717. 21 CM Qr4.a '.,,...,. dreaming that It were possible for the service Is always prompt. For CAss Krtngle, who !s coming PENSACOLAA
then high-water mark to be exceeded
With his of sweets and
Steam and Domestic Coat.Wood pack toys 1
until the end of the world should
mark the day when Pensacola should Cut Any sae Sledge! and deer Banking Business Conducted: on a Safe and Conservative
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the E. G. To A BUHton girls and bogs.ABT6US .
above Chamber of Commerceof SEWALL
IF( YOU LIKE THE JOURNAL THIS MORNING, TELL YOUR NEIGH. Pensacola composed of"' a J. fiUSDICK. .I Correspondence Solicited-R. M. Bushnell. Cashier. "

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Then why not make this the happiest Christmas of your life? We can help you. Our store was never

t so full of Christmas good things-we have surprised even ourselves by their abundance and attractiveness: Let us show

you how to make your gift.money go fartherest. .

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(warping being impossible). There are many other greatest invention. of the,age. They have to f
A fine chase Leather Couch., solid oak
tt excellent! and exclusive features of this great line. Avisit be seen'to be appreciated. We are offering |
to our store and you will agree with us that ; i frame, best steel tempred springs, for $24. them, special for Monday, at $40.00 |

Buck's are second to none. Price $48.00. I./ ii i I $2 Down, $1 Per Week. $5 Cash, $1 Per Week 1 1H

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PENSACOLA HAS BEST Monday-G:15 to '7:15 business men.{pose exactly: that the T.: :*uCvA. hat '- .
EQUIPPED Class A; 7:30: to 8:30, employed boys; added its physical department and.
8:30: to 9:30 leaders' class j,I that the classes were ,organized in,< HllDRENOF t
Y. M. C. A. IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA to Tuesday'7:15: business to 5 men., boysclass,Class" B;; 8 6:16 toj f this Thursday city. night as shown In the I .
9:30 young acec's class. i amove class schedule, is given up entirely -
_. Thursday to 5, boys".class; 7:30.., to.games. In-door basq ball i
,to 9:30, games Fine Building Is Subject of it. For such things do not run bY- is in,operation.A Vrd Friday- :15 to 7:15 business men Thursday I f i
themselves and it takes time and series of practical talks and lectures j_ Class A;' 8-to 9'JO: yom- 's.class.]5 :I
Compliment by All Who money to conduct such an extensiveand is projected. Saturday) tOll a..m, boys class; j jly contest in one or the other of these .
varied organization.The Thirteen regular gymnasium classesare 7:30 to' 9:30 p. m. individual and i games or in some other games equal-)r "- .
See It. Association is governed by a conducted each week and corrected club practice. i ply interesting. An indoor athletic Chapter Is Organized !In ;: t ,
board of fifteen directors elected by exercise given them who may There is something doing, every ;contest will be held once a month I r t ? ; .
the members from among our leading have some deformity or deficiency night in the week. Thework given in ,,'in which members of the different Pensacola With Lee
I,business men. These gentlemen give apd the gymnasium is open at all each of the different classes Is weir classes'will enter contests of strength ;
Night School Is Now Oneof no little of their time to the Associa- times for individual work. There are adapted to the different needs of the,.and. agility. A very" active season is '
tion. Then there, Is the general secre- two handball courts and one tennis members of each ca.4zand is interesting promised for the gymnasium this year.Rvddy. Goulding as the : :
{ Features In Successful tary :who represents the directors and court. Two high grade bowling al- and thoroughly enjoyable. The I < ':,-' : 'T
has oversight of the entire Association -leys are ordered and will be Immedi-- physical director Mr. F.. B. !MaGee:: I : President. -
the physical director who has ately Installed. takes a great Interest in his work,'! Artists' FrIend-My dear Harold. I I
Operation. charge of the gynasium and all mat- The splendid boat house and equipment and is up-to-date In every particular. like your picture, very much, only I I
ters pertaining to tne physical department -, of the old Pensacola Boat Club He introduces something new to fancy the original doesn't look quite so MRS. S.A. MORENO TELLS OF ORI'
4 ,, the educational director who has been secured and will be operatedas every class thus eeping the Interest .' red u you have painted him. He -
PHYSICAL DEPARTMENT AND supervises the night school the read- a boat club and resort up and the me lbers expectant. :i'!hasn't a ruddy complexion; quite thereverse. GIN OF THE ORGANIZATION,THE
ing room, library and all educational The game room contains billiard and t Every business man should join one Impressionist Artist-Who on '
GYMNASIUM IS ONE OF BIGGEST matters, the boys' secretary who'cares pool tables together with other games r of these classes. Choose the one that earth are you talking about Artist's FIRST CHAPTER BEING FORMED
for the interests of the boy membersand and is always in use. will be the easiest for you to attend. Frtend-Why. your uncle of course. IN ATLANTA.By .
ATTRACTIONS AND IS DESERV' in addition a committee for each Sunday afternoon a crowd of young x and attend regularly. Young men and
Artist Gracious,
department whose duties are relatedto men meet to study the "Life and Letters boys need the exercise to build up and Impressionist man
EDLY POPULAR-BOAT CLUB the department they represent. of Paul" and in another room a perfect their bodies. as well as for but that Isn't my uncle. Its- a sunset!
HAS NOW BEEN ADDED-ASSOCIATION | That these committees have. not class of boys study the life of Christ, .the enjoyment there Is in it The i i t r Mrs. S. A. Moreno.
been' mere figures of speech may be while on Thursday nights there is a average man employed at clerical work 11 Proper B iwftie.. For many years the daughters -ofi
WANTS ALL YOUNG :seen;by'the development of the ASsociation class of young men who are studyingto dces not and can! not, get enough exercise -j I J'tnta--Jd18501l wants to borrow #10 'our noble Southern heroes have beta: }
during its one of life. in doing his work, t* keep him from me. Do think he is for
year fit themselves to be teacher3 of,. you good meetings to perpetuate the memory,of
MEN OF GOOD MORAL CHARACTER membership has grown to four Bible classes. I healthy and his body in good condi- that amount? Binks-Yes, with proper i isecurities. those men the grandest ever known -
TO JOIN. hundred and sixty-four and is still The Young Men's Christian Association I tion, and some exercise- outside of his I to history; the Spartans endured no i
:growing.The reading' :room is well has many lines of development, Mr. F. I L'. MaGee, Physical DirectorPensacola regular work It is is necessary that.for this 'What securities would' ;you suggest more the Japanese furnished no '
a man r
supplied'with the leading periodicals. but in them all it is a Christian asso 1T. M. C. A. purpose. imperative, I greater acts of self-denial and patriot- i. .
I papers and a reference and Bible ciation. Its Cbistianity is of the,:! so employed take enough' exercise to I ism. These are known to the worldas a a
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By Secretary Sherrill. in- MA chain
counterbalance the bad effect of padlock a pair of
study library has been started practical sort ,that toows nothing _cf : "Daughters of the Confederacy.
':a recounting e marvelous' develment night,school for counts anything that enables' a man to door work aad to relieve the strain I handcuffs and a dog. That would be .
cA', employed boys, creeds and sectarian differences and Of late. it has occurred to these
(" of Pensacola during ,the past live ,a,happier healthier cleaner or upon the cerres.. It is for this pur noup.to hold too."-London Mall, I daughters that the children of the _
scar the omission of the Young Men's, I I'I less' selfish life a Christian service: Southland should not be in
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nnstian Association would'be unpar- The Association is truly democratic.Any '
the deeds
of their ancestors, for histories .

ascola donable.Young Just one Men year Christian ago the Asso-j Pen,. t f< r i fl; W3i; rLi j i ; may young:beccae man of,:j\good member moral and characr may- I I them, untrue of the in civil many war parts are and most seldom ,of- "', .
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nation opened its doors and to-day it ( ivYwsbivx.;:. ,,F Ind ,congenial friendS; pastimes sal accord to the south the honor
15 the most popular, best equipped and # J';, + .. \A",ru..af w. %nfVc.3'"fA '8 Jly: !. :1l" 1.;;:;' V .i' i, -:cupatlons: at the Young Men's Christian 1. due. !f
most prosperous young men's club in : 4ff.is,C ii Association. ] -Georgia claims the distinction of :: \ .

the This state remarkable association which li1 1\ %; 1 r icreasing With our inflow increasing of young population men trr-a and "Children,having organized of the Confederacy the first chapter," with of. ii1' :., :

has pread all over the world adapting ...... ther communities there is.no orgaclatlon l- { "r.o j !!i
'' (Virginia Louisiana and.1North
*ff'' <- Kentucky
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'rs and races of men has come to th: >> :: 'ensacola than her Young MerrsChristian [ at
rate of Florida to stay. i :: Association!'and ereryoac t Mrs. E. P. McDowell, of Atlanta a T l
The native of Lexington Va, was the foun- *?"
hearty welcome and generou ishes to see the Association share '
support given this movement by Pen hat prosperity to which,it is destined'o ; der of the Georgia oganization and It. :
sacola citizens shows that M (was called the Julia Jackson Chapter ;
clearly inn ; contribute so largely. f
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rapid in wealth and
progress com The .
tai we have not forgotten to provide The Physical Physical Department of the 'Y. I .The chapter in North Carolina with a I, .
althy: and attractive means of physi :Mrs. Sexton as directress edited a t '
L C. A. while young, Is' one of the i
cal mental, social and spiritual devetdement ost important as is, shown by its I charming magazine called '"Gray IC
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ijiid: growth throughout the_ Associain a
whom the future Florida until recently had takenno
:: of the commun
since its and by the
depends.. introdmjtjon- ; steps in this direction, but in Sep-
H!'rest taken in it wherever it is
The tember of the present Mrs. Eg i
Pensacola Young Men's Chris dde a part of thy Association work year
tun Association building is a source '! over-the j bert Beall announced that she would
;r pride to all those who'contributed u f The interest coosfry.sh* n ja| ,this work in organize a chapter in our city and ap
!In any way to its erection, such a ensacola has bee\veryeacdurasing, pointed a time and place for the meet.
structure is a credit to any city and th s ing. A few boys and girls met with t ,
nd especially so fall. New Members -
las oversight of the entire Assocla- her and were much interested and ''
are being added tp the already
1'-i Justify the expenditure of time irge classes almost every class night, quite enthusiastic over the work. ,
el money that went into the cone and the attendance the classes Lee Goulding one of our brightest
upon :action and organization and the The V' and manliest boys. was elected presi-
is quite regular. following are|!
!t_:r and money necessary to conduct I I PENSACOLA'S HANDSOME Y. M. C. A. BUILDING. (the classes already organized: | GYMNASIUM PENSACOLA'S Y. M. C. A. (Continued on Twenty-Sixth Page.)

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scnptlonru Mirrors,All Kinds and Styles Comb and Mug Sets Baby Comb and Brush Sets N t
Military Hair Brushes 'Candelabras boxes and fancy baskets. Known
Writing Portfolios: Pipes, All Kinds : t !
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: music!and dancing'till broad daylight north, but every Southern child should an' Idea of 'these Christmas'eve frolics 1
,. : next morning. know the truth and be able to detect In Wall street At five minutes before Christmas Evergreens
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Yes I saw something after the gander misrepresentation in such state- the whole floor seemed In-
.n : noon
I' : A : underPr JJing 60 Ao pulling and before the ball commencedthat ments as we often see in periodicalsof tent on business,'pushing up U. P. and

r I will never forget Jack Castle- the present'.day,.. ,published-- -- in' the--' other stocks and hurling puts and calls
berry the fastest foot racer I ever north.
:Mistletoe \\ 'id!
'' Holly, ,
baclc and forth 'like a game of battle.door
saw, !lStI there; ,and there was alsoa I Let us then urge our children to
By Prof. 1. E. Allen", ". man on ,Ihe ground whose name know the ,virtues the deeds and the and shuttlecock. Promptly at 12 Smilax, Needle Pines, Mtu'
II : 1 was Arch,0xenaine; who thought he courage. of their fathers-to be proudof the great gongsounded, and In the
/ I I was himself'a fast runner: "He went being Southern1, and to prove to :p twinkling of an. eye ,the scene 'was nolia Foliage, Moss, etc. Pn
/ BO' far as to say he could out-run any all.eternity the false prophecy of the transformed. From somewhere appeared
\: : : : : : : : in suitable*
: : : : assortments
C' ": man on the ground for $5.00 northerner who said: In twenty-five a band and began playing ""Ev up
," said Castleberry can lie years after the war: the men of the
j -Why ,
for church hall
g erybody Works but Father, and all parlor r
During the summer of 134- Jack from the foundation, and then the down three times flat of my back and South will be ashamed to acknowledge I ,
'f i :Morgan anounced that there would be, gander is tied to the end of the pole beat you running." the pla.ce of their birth." the brokers howled in chorus. A rope church decorations.
: 'a gander pulling at his home the I and the I was stretched across the room, and visitors -
on and is just high enough be reachedby The stakes were put up I .
; 4th of July'to'' be followed by a grand a. man en horseback. Every man race started for the end of the'track. crowded into the open space out Orders taken and deliver:'
ball at night In those days a ball who wishes to compete for the_prize, Castleberry ran ;on ahead, dropped .Ctrfrrfii D I @1f I side. Pads' of paper and everythingelse
k given by such a man as Jack Morgan is required *' to contribute "a dollar down flat of his back and repeated it ( that was loose were gathered up guaranteed when promise-!.
was highly appreciated; and when the which is:pnt in a' purse' and hung in twice and came out fully 10 feet and hurled through the air, bats were
: day arrived the old Morgan homesteadwas sight of the spectators- ahead of Oxendine! Poor Orendmef IEll$ iI IB3 used as missiles great showers of col- E. M. Pooley,
attended by all.the citizens for When everything ready for the He looked pitiable m < ored paper were thrown here and there, 501 W. Chase SI Phone 't.
miles around. 'contest, the them- 1 saw another, sight at that grand
e competitors place
and the din
was greater than it Is even Will call with Catalog on request
There was a certain circumstance selves in line, and while galloping ball which I shall always remember. I
(in.connection with that occasion that through under the suspended gander, There were two lovers there who had By JAMES' M1liL'R i in a panic Dozens of young men form-
I can never forget and that was the grab the poor creature by the neck been so seriously wounded by cupid's : ed circles about older" men in the game
{..fact that I had on a linen-bosom shirt and' try to pull -it off;' bnt it us no darts they could not talk to or;dance < of "bull in the ring. ASK FORMAGNOLIA
the first I ever wore, and I was so Y k 4,., ,OV/ small job to pull a gander's head off, with any one but each other. The HE Christmas spirit is about the At this moment appeared a great j
('fearful lest everybody would not see r y.NZ Y\> Jv while men placed on each side of parties were Joel Deese and Miss Eliza 'only thing traded in on Dec. 24 lush ball, six feet in diameter, which
,.It and admire it. I am certain I lost ,rqr the track make the.hair fly from your l'ettlcsand they constituted as prettya ( on Wall street, and the brokers was sent spinning across the 1oor. FARM
a good deal of the day's enjoyment horse by the use of switches. about couple as I ever saw. But alaj}' I have a celebration ,each year only to be hurled back again, bowling
X01in order to have the readers 5 or 6 feet long. the course of true love did not run .. that literally jars things loose. The features over men in its flight- To and fro went
tot this paper fully understand the sub After passing through the :riders smooth. They'failed to get married. of this ceremony vary but the
in hand. I will say Jack Morgan 'strike a circle and return and keep Brent Jla, Dec. S. 1906.() horseplay does not The brokers let \ ;:J. I. .
lived at what is known as the 115-mne- : CANE SYRUPAlways
up the sport till some lucky man hap- off the tension and have a good time
house, and his spacious dwelling was o
hold that off the
pens get a pulls generally The festivities begin at
Tfct-ilt of large, hewed logs. I think CHILDREN OFCONfEDERACY
gander's head. and gains prize. noon and sometimes last for several
Qhe; structure must have bedn fully 60
In the foregoing event the prize hours. The galleries fill early, mostly .
fleet in front with two very large rooms was $28.00 and was won by James El-
And! having shed rooms in the rear. liot, a man well and favorably known with wives and sweethearts of the ..aIIIIIU
:The celled with dressed I I members on the floor. The Stock Exchange
rooms were -
James Elliot, fellow WAS
in those days. ; poor '
'lumber, and the_floors were just the was afterwards killed.by a stage 'is liberally draped with green I
'!right kind for dancing. PROF. I. E. ALLEN.on .driver and his wife named Osborne. (Continued from Twenty Fifth Page) and red. The Seventh Regiment bandis I Pure
Jack :Morgan had a_ plenty of this I Osborne was tried for the crime and I dent and will make a fine officer if on hand and as the chairman sounds II rrnfiNN"I 'q5r'
worlds good things, and knew how I received 39 lashes on'his!'bareback; .he have the co-operation of all 'the"g g' begins playing' The Star
The gander' feet are then can before there a
rto divide them with lavish hand. i to it. Ij was
a his wife was spirited away and escaped of this kind Banner" other I
I When we went to Jack's we were sure tied with a string :that is so strongas the children, but work Spangled or some patriotic -
to-preclude the possibility of being without puniaament.But must be dose by alL Let every air. Sometimes an elaborate pro-
: to get something good to eat and aplenty
r of it broken during the sport A pole to return to my story. ,At noon mother see that her children join this gramme i is arranged, made up of minstrel I I "Food Bill.
A gander pulling is arranged as follows about as large as a .man's leg below every body present; was invited to a chapter and having joined if, attend, acts coon songs comic talks and
A fine old gander is obtained the knee, fs. placed at an angle of table on which was' everything necessary -I' aDtt learn the lesson it teaches. shn performances.. But whateverthe II j I.
The feathers are all stripped from his about 45 degrees,< the large end faa : to satisfy the suer man. About I For we would teach our children especial form of the entertainment T. HICKS'CAPUDINE
then lard is applied till tened recurely' invthe ground, and 3 o'clock in the afternoon the ball be- ; that the falsehoods, so pleasantly the bulls and bears conduct themselves i t ,
; in earnest and then there was I written to deceive all who are not
i'sothing short of a vise's grip can hold, resting on a fulcrum about 6 or 8 feet ,gan as falsehoods and direct 'In much' the same way. They make
fully informed are
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i 1 Take "The American Boy" a paper confetti' are thrown at the ladies lathe HEADACHEStrots

ij M'jgdLJLJ published in Detroit :Michigan and gallery who in turn empty the ft COLDS
,. read its pages. You will find It mis- contents over the heads and shouldersof I 1"la H.""
A Scholarship representing the South in many In-I the shouting brokers below. WMttft lab***

stances, particularly"in the serial, "In It there happen to be new members ':=.-.. -= -
J; Defense of His Flag, now running in
for the full Business Course that paper. In this it tells of the they are "initiated" and are carried f .
e \\1$1 f& dishonor of our struggle for constitutional I about,th<\room in a yelling procession venerable and dignified presiding ,
TERM liberty and and contains to the music of the band. On one such fleer. The hilarious ceremony .
in our $College would' be a > justice I ,
r untruthful statements of the cruelty I occasion an amateur: football game wound up by a collection being; ta'
BEGINS $I practiced upon prisoners of war and I was, played' in the great chamber of for the messenger boys and attenda '>,
\ i .:#/.; ,. valuableChristmas. j-- of the ignorance and violance! of our the Stock Exchange. Afterward the u1 which mounted up to thousands of '. ;
TUESDAY' ,lflt-' people. This paper finds its way into members indulged in a Cakewalk for i lars.

JANUARY YJ. -k* Present many southern homes, and if our chil- an immense forty pound cake, which'i I Whatever new methods of plaY -
; I dren are not taught the truth they Introduced In high finaL *
I -: was temptingly,displayed on the chair ruz horse will be
for boy or girl.. '. will revere that soldiers state than for having any other Insnished man's balcony. One staid old financier OSTE BEOKEK WAS$HOISTED 05' TQ BALL. circles for the Christmas eve fes ;
\I ., I "To Put more down the Rebellion" and played the piano, another strummed on the great rubber .sphere, while the ties this year it Is certain that the c-a
will <>:1-
believe that other troops were heroes (fa gnltar..whlle the younger brokers cut shouting reached a pitch to drown out ,, who make and wreck fortunes

.I for having captured "The Arch Traitor pigeon wings about the floor. In older the band. Finally one broker was Joy themselves.
f Jeff Davis. years a Christmas tree graced the hoisted on to the ball,'which promptlywas I

that could give We should appreciate the statementof Stock Exchange celebrations, all sorts kicked out from under him. But, Bohemia* Rate
Nothing you .. I. that eminent divine who said;. ,of comic" presents, were handed out though hIs lees.w&e: in.the air he was I Van Da.uber-HoW' much do you pal
*. would be of more value or more '"Give us the education of the children safe." and the carnival ended up by every- kept from falling and again regained a week for your board and rocs>t
1 and the of reugion is
cause body telling jokes 'on everybody else. his feet. Then the,ball :
was :rolled toward Wen some eipressnea
effect that Business truthfully as to Scribbler -
lasting a good Educate our children
Of recent
Tears thta tonal observance the high platform of the chairman ceat! -
the causes of the civil war. the deeds Marge me. II and some 73
I It Education. Investigate our; PREfIDVIT. during that war and the treatmentof ot the' day. Has been abandoned. Now when another'effort was made to Puck.
our people after that fearful struggle the ceremony is simply a'small edition whirl 'it out from under, the broker's
f'.S rates and courses of study. Pensacoia Business College and the cause of patriotism is of pandemonium -a' sort <.f frenzied feet Leaping, be caught an.edge of There Is not a single moment in Jill

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Two) I Hamilton SeawelL" i I mansions and all that sort'of thing, if big her a great IHD .Jhtngs.that.werenot .up at him a moment and her eyes l'

They were Interrupted' the waiter she had'had her deserts, but-truth-to arwaysvkind. Some of the, letters were shining.- "I. want to go back a i. .- ,', .... ., f.j :
an old friend of the two who bowed tell, both of them were very very poorso he sent across the ocean to her; others' little and change your story some. I .. rS- : '1I"
C llnIrfi' &'IM1@lfk@Iffi he tore and tried to forget But shall where the artist had Ma U; i1
and scraped an .infinite number of poor that the maiden used to wear up begin Z. ,; ..
times before they could.stop him. ."To- frayed skirts and cracked shoes sometimes there were only three letters from her opportunity to go'"abroad and study. r i
night we are to have all the things we though she 'laughed and pre- In'all the four years be was gone and When he ,told the maiden about the 1! i l"jJ"
used to pretend we didn't like because tended she did it for fun, and the art- they all came on Christmas eve. Long chance and offered .to give It up. for

the figures were too.steep for our incomes ist was'so. poor that-well, he was friendly letters they were hist: like the her it was'the hardest thing she ever ', i .
I with a few. of the more familiar poorer than any really respectable person chats they used to have?; but ''wJta'! no bad to do in her life to refuse the sacrifice ;; ;
By KATHERINE GLOVER things thrown In for auld lang syne" ever was before. The two lived sign of the, thing he"wanted her to but she had some small sense of .i .

he said, scanning the menu card. next door neighbors high up in the write above all else. 'The stupid artist right, and she knew 'what those years ;}I '
[ICopjTteht. 1906. by Katherine Glover. Joyce nodded her bead and smiled, and game cheap boarding house in a busy worked so hard that he could hardly] abroad would mean to his future so : ; FOR THECIRlSTMAS.SEASON. WHICH IS NOW: : : J,
T was Christmas the order was finally given after a little city called Xew York. For some help winning some shadowy success in she rebuffed him and made him do the
ere, and Carl's long conference.of the three. unfathomable reason the maiden took aU that time. There was a picture or thing she knew his head dictated, : ; FAST APPROACHING,_WE OFFER OUR TRADE! 'aTHE'
little bohemian When the waiter brought the dinner pity on the artist and used to help him two in the salon; his instructors grew though bis -foolish, generous hearted, ;
encouraging there was'a line now and him to offer the other. He thought it : MOST PRACTICAL AND THE MOST SENSIBLE :
restaurant was the, table was heaped rlth little dishes out of his domestic difficulties and try ; j : j ,
beginning to to patch up his moral snags and tears th'en'in the papers, all of which puffed was hard for him, perhaps, but be had J ; ;
fill with gay, as welL She was his good angel and him 'up mightily because he vainly Paris with all Its diversions, and the t OF ALL CHRISTMAS GIFTS :: :: :: :: :: '
might make some difference of his new work, while she had r
hoped they spur
laughing folk, made the days of struggling worth
with the maiden. only the lonely sense of his absence.
a who saunteredIn while for the stupid artist. She usedto : tt
She used to haunt the, places where .1 i
by twos and write wonderful stories-much tow i "When four years had passed the they had been FOOT WEAR
threes, the men wonderful to be appreciated by the :; artist thought he might return to his together, and
slapping one earthy editors she had to submit themto. '; home'in New York and start his work ,- sometimes the
another on the In spite of their poverty, they usedto there. He told himself over and over I days dragged t What could make a more acceptable Christj. .
shoulders as have good times together, those two. again that he was going home to the i that OnlY"the r f.t I
so mas remembrance for the older members of : ; .
they passed, somber they
things grew very maiden, and his heart'' beat absurdly thought of .
r5,0o bantering the would help each other jeer at fortune.Then with hope of seeing her and then sank I the millstoneshe 2 ,the family than. pair of our Slippers. We've 2 .
little German was. a little restaurant where heavily again at thought of the change '
yroprietor- and they would have Jolly dinners when- ; the years'light"ha: \ .'made of the 'estrangement : been would to him have If t a splendid showing.of every good style, suit. i e 'r

taking calm ever the artist sold a sketch or two. they might! have,brought she had acceded i able for every'purpose. :'.if'! k
and eat, pos- Carl, the keeper of the restaurant:,,was During the time be had been away shebad j to hi* plan! kept f f
""HE lst'r COKUG." 3 e as' t 0 n' of friend and'served them good dIn-'
their I written many stories and had finally i .her from doing
things, as if ners seasoned with sage philosophy.The convinced the editors* of,their worth. i some desperate I We'veChristfflas'i( I i
they were well used' to the ways of the day dawned- when the artist had He saw her name',lal the contents' ot r thin;. Then .

rfcu-e. Shabby and 111 kept most of an opportunity go abroad and study a'number of magazines. The.old days i there'came hla \,3, t"
them looked but their ,faces werp his art under the great "masters-the were changed. lIe would no longer find I I letters beggingher For Women : :
bright and their lips were bubblingwith thing he had loI ?ed'for all his life.: her [in 'the' cheap boarding house. If for some : t
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little snatches of song, overflowing When the chance came, however, it she sent him away three'years before, '-' line in return We've choice Dress Shoes, Fancy Evening : ,1 ,
evidently from hearts full of gayety seemed a small thing ,compared to the she probably had almost forgotten him and that was l'
loss of the maid- in all this time but the thought of the "SHE vsro TOr. wawa* the hardest battle I Slippers and Ties. Many dainty Bow, Strap t I .' i

At one table in a corner sat amen en. There iras Christmas letters spurred him to writeto OTTWEWCL. BTORfES/ of alL She and Pump effects, in White and Colored i ',f. t ;
part from the crowd and clearly obUrious not money her and till; her of his return. He before "
fought It steadllj' for three days :
to the life of the place, his eyes enough for both TTanld reach Xew York the day before she 1':?au. She knew'If !she wroteto Canvas, Patent Kids, Patent Colts Black Kids, : :: J Ji i
eagerly: watching first the clock andthen to so he Christmas the anniversary of his leav -'
) go preferred him her letters would keep her Beaded Vamps: French Heels, Cuban Heals. "
the door. Once or twice be start- to staycand ing. Would she meet him that evening' ta his mind and that some time she 1"
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fJ :and half rose from his chair as some make a lit- at half past G in the little restaurant might! .carelessly say something to : .- ,
Ins entered scanning a face, closely) I I home far He would wait for her at .their same bring him back sooner than be oughttt For Men. : r'
11111! to sink back',with a long6 gb. It I I In the busy table in the corner and they would talk come. It was hard not to yield to'hat 2 i '
*as five minutes ,of-7 o'clock: i"SheIsn't I city. over old times. Tle artist; arrived In her heart: pea Coming" be thought, and he let for once Xevr York oa tile day he expected, and felt he could) do his bet work cut off 1.
his chin fall heavily into ,his palm I maiden was nil afternoon Le wandered about wait- from thought of her and then"- : Button or Lace, Dull Kid Tops"Narrow;" : Toes i. i': it.t
while! he tried to gather.his thoughts. 'I BETWEEN;; HER HIM AND.THE CA."V AS." and un Ins for the hour of their'engagement:. Joyce paused. &. ': or-Moderate Last. 7 t' ,
At last half conscious of someone' it for fear she should
telling; yet half dreading the said quickly. : .
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Pproaching.. he looked up and found a.l 1 of! all have sorts eaten more If than they they bad could been possibly say that sfce not come. But tbe good fairy waved "She thought perhaps he might have i, You can't'uf you,try, make'more:sensible or more f'I'I'
tfrl her hand, outItretched him this time, for the
standing there i care her wand for
ing up for this one meal during all the fooled] himself that be wanted to marry : Christmas Gifts than Footwear. '
and she Is just tbe acceptable
"I am late, she said bur-- for him maiden really came drew their '. .
her while circumstances
time of their In reality
rh' ly. "Have I kept you waiting separation. : share iiia same, dear, sweet maiden as in the old Come .
they were both too excited to be bun live so closely together. Now that he f see our splendid Holiday Display.
10";rYes. and their tongues, went so fast I home. She sent days, only the shabby clothes are re- was seeing more of the world and i
but it doesn't matter. ,"NothingBatters gry. THEY WIRE D'l'JRhim: away withBU1'TED placed by new, well cut things and other he would weigh
now that you are here," he that there was time only for spasmodicdips I BT THE 'a heavier heart there Is a quiet air of prosperity about meeting and women learn his mind.If .
Into the'various When the matter would 'i
dishes. WAITER.
said warmly, taking her hand In both the dinner tapered off to coffee ano 'than he had. her. She looks just a'little older, perhaps be came back and still wanted tier i Boston Shoe Store I' ;
If his "Sit down and let me look at cheese however,''they both'fell into si aver had before. He went to Paris, and the eyes are ,a trifle more she would,know he meant It, and"i i l ': I
Jon chair and 'into work but they are.the same tender,
lie drew out her where he pitched deep to. serious Tea?" the man'broke In eagerly. ,
lence. The man lighted a cigar In the
fc'ated: himself opposite. Both were old" they were used to ari I try to forget the maiden, but thoughts splendid eyes, reflecting a big. sweet "That's all," she ended lamely, smiling i Fashionable Foot Fitters. '1t I
easy way
silent: two talked ever manythings : '
for a moment while they looked of her would creep In in spite of souL The at him. i i I :
said betweoi puffs, "I want to tell up
steadily into each other's eyes. The youa himself and sometimes her image, a but all the time the artist has
color rose slowly in the girl's cheeks, story, :Mlle. Joyce. If you will listen.All" laughing haunting Image would steal I searched the maiden's eyes to see if he "No end, not the alL stories Together with shall They we lived try 117 S. Palafox Street. \ Phone 690.1; "; I
"I shall be most happy she to '
11<1 she turned away.; with assumed gage y. "But be sure In between him and his canvas and :; could find there any sign of what bfttas happily ever afterr :.....................t.+.......+...........M.. t t ; I
"It i- isn't ItT h would have to longed for all these years, a different
almost like old times then give up She reached out her bands to him
to make It end welL I dont like sad
fc! to the question he put
'iked, with little laugh. work for that day. It was no use. I answer
a nervous eve.II : for answer, and Ira dosed them tea j i
"'-ike all the best of theold; times stories on Christmas: He wonld go out on the streets and to her four years ago. He is eager to .
in his.
|*red!: into one," he said !Heavens, -I, shall do my best not to make it walk and 'walk and walk., trying to offer again to make a home' for her'andto derry it:
h\T end unhappily but that isnt for me to his life trying to make her the I will be delivered carrier
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have wanted to b* baek, Joycer"W say. WeO, here goes: wonder If the.malden's..; answer was happiest woman in all the world." .j{i I The secret of progress lies In knowIng an] 1-.
are both growing too old'to:beuimental Coal, .calling op :'Wile .scenes of their ,
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I "*' 'i( about proud struggling artist whom she ,aad a Mme he cheeks were flashed and she,I upon us. :
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t! GEO. W. C. CLUTTER; Treas. 1 kT-TITrCn": / :::::: : ""' l"'5 US T. OLDEST AND LARGEST MUSIC Hg1
i: ftt B. E. CLUTTER. Set'y. JL-LS-JLJL & C-. '-' _, ..aa.; ; PAL: .. aLJC1- C f-2k- .. :: HOUSE" IN FLORIDA. gg

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'ill have been in business here.for seventeen years. During that time we have sold thousands of Pianos and I lf1} The artistic merit of &

I g Organs the best musicians in this section. We do not sell the cheapest pianos made, but we believe weE Packard iv'ilainios> the PACKARD b PIANO r ffc

I do sell:the best pianos made .at prices lower than obtains .in'other:cities, quality always considered Our. 'r places it among the i p&

I line consists of the following pianos: few instruments whose superiority lifts them above the price-rivalry of j&

3i other pia os. jj*

.1 JKranich & Bach Lester Chickering Mehlin Packard Schulz The L aautif tone of,,the'Packard Piano'will\appeal to yjou,.and familiarity jjr
; with its inherent qualities breed ever increasing; admiration.! Ir
We have the Packard in ,all styles, and while this piano is comparatively 8
new in this section, it haa been a favorite with artists and musicians Hr
, Clinton Cassell Bach Walworth Newton Brambach Clutter.
in the North. :fg:
The Packard must be seen to be appreciated. We have a large book |8
.J ii .. of commendations.of the Packard Piano, which we will mail to any one -
r" Our business has increased year by year, and this would not be the case unless we are selling the best Pianos interested. This book, shows photographs of some of the leading artists'

that could be had at a fair price.. If we sell*you a piano and it is not.pre is ly'what.we tell you it is, we give.you,a. and musicians, and is well worthy of a place on your library table. jjP
J I new piano. Our pianos are selected with a'view of withstanding the trying climate have here on the coast.. The Clutter Music House is sole manufacturers' agent for West Florida x rand :-

Especially is this true of our Packard, Lester and Clutter pianos.. Manufacturers are under contract to take additional South Alabama for these celebrated pianos. Terms easy. x P
The Packard Is NOT a c piano but costs less than
f N precautions in the varnishing of the sounding boards, which is the life, of the piano. We guarantee every makes that are not near so go. 1 eap some other : i tf"

t g piano we sell. We promise you lower. prices quality always considered-than you find elsewhere. What else can Write us today,about our easy payment plan. ti,

1" 4s we offer? 'Terms! Come in and we'will talk them over to your satisfaction., I

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I /' .I- AIJNANO: Edison,==PhonOgraphs. == Victor :It x:

:: Irc We have the largest' {:, .
:: / line of Victor and Edison i- "". J." Jj tllJ.IJJL' 1.1'W. ijf;
a \ .I' Phonographs car- J'-.m ""d M
:: ried in the South. c 1....

gt: We have two. especially +
fitted rooms with i/

electric lights and fans' ', M +
g I for. ,these popular in- g
\ Jr I struments and invite / ::
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nij ,the ladies in d" '
particular ti
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.. listen to the new records -
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31 them:over for you whether you buy or not.. J ,
Apollo is in : QeacK. :?ir r "* An Edison or Victor'phonograph is a ,constant delight""in a, home-keeps.you posted In all -

the up-to-date music. n
I With the most perfect self-player system in the world placed within easy reach by The"Clut- The Edison :Phonograph is one'of the best teachersof; ,French;,German or Spanish.
iI ter Music House and Clutter system of payments, it is almost a crime if.your piano is not, giving i Correspondence: schools are using the Edison system for languages ,and they are a great help to g
ry forth every throb of the enjoyment that might be derived from it. : .- pupils, 'as the lesson always before you.,; x ,
g ... We sell these instruments on easy, payments and.reco1dsat 35 and 60c each. We also carry a a
And we call the Apollo the best self-player system in the world, under f m i< P> ?
(:: ? serious advisement too. Best not only because such thorough musicians .'J*- .r,**zi full line of high-grade, Violins, Guitars and Mandolins, which we sell on install plan. .
:i as Patto, DeParchmana,Shuman.Heinck, Calve and De Rezke: hare 'decided *- ; ............... ii w
..2 it foremost Ina musical sense; but because it has so completely
iN 1 il proven its pleasure-giving' possibilities in a practical sense, as well ,. ". :-o-SIC.. N,

Yes, practical is the word. The instrument itself is simple of operation,and_ stays: in.work., Our sheet department is now in the hands of'a'competent-music clerk. MOn

tf ing order under practical conditions. It plays every kind of popular:and classical mUSic and ; Monday;the 24th, we will,have a sheet music_ :sale of all the popular up-to-date music at ip
n the music rolls are moderately priced, too, at from 35c to $1.50. i 15c per copy. This rate of 15c is for Monday ,the 24th,only..
I The Melloille Clark Player'Piano is the very best in theIarket-see them !before buying a".:
Piano. ::
f And the Apollo circulating sic'Iibrary is another practical score in:favor of the Apollo sys- ,: F A.EI.EI..A.1'WD: \ l..Gr-.A.1'WS.= : g

e system, for it enables you to have the benefit of all the very latest music' at the cost of only a : Are the very best Organs made. They cost more than other organs, but it is because they g b
# small exchange fee of 5 cents per roll. cost more to build; The workmanship on a Farrand Organ is the finest that skilled mechanics !&
g Time payments may be arranged. Old Pianos or players taken: in exchange. can do.,No $3 per week boys make the Farrand Organ... Prices from $55 to $400. All sold f fon a:+

ij Send for catalogue,describing:various styles of Appollos costing from..$150 to $850.. : the easy payment plan. Write us for catalogue.. |f$>

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w GILBERT REYNOLDS "COMBS,: Director. The Lester Piano 'Huntington Avenue.

1331 South. Broad-Street, : GEORGE W. CHADWICK! RALPH L. FLANDERS,
g Philadelphia. Aug. 25, 1906. Director. Manager. : 5
a The Lester Piano Co., 0' -' For:yeard I has been a favorite with Pensacola musicians.. It has all ; Boston, Mass., July 22, 1904. g;
"'lii Philadelphia, Pa. : the mo up-to-date improvements known to high-grade Pianos. It H. C. Pre s )"/.Secrehlry g

: u GentJemen-After il.experience of more than a quarter stands longer in tune than other pianos, has a rich, mellow tone. Lightness Lester Piano Co.,, Philadelphia, Pa. ,
U of a century \\itharious makes oT Pianos ,includingnearly of action and evenness of scale are some of its beauties. Dear Sir-The Piano which you shipped me a few +
fi i all those made by Philadelphia ,firms, I have. concluded From hundreds of endorsements given the manufacturers of this days.since ,has,been examined by two of our most practi- g
that the Lester Piano is: the most satisfactory famous Piano, we select three which speak in higher. praise. of the Piano cal piano men and'myselt. We find the Piano entirely satE

ft instrument I have used in my-schpol. I find, after years than anything. we can say in regard to it. ; isfactoty,artd on the strength of this examination,have de- ii

t, i h of continuous use, that the tone retains its original quality 1 bided to plate an order with you for two dozen of Lester g

and sweetness, the action is unimpaired! ,and the.'durability l. .' 1 ,, Pianos' ,,style.same as sample submitted. These Pianos tiE'
I as evidenced by the'capacky ,of the Piano to stay in J-- HERR ALFRED HERTZ. must be. delivered at the New England Conservatory on '
tune,'is marvelous. I. have decided, therefore, to place \ or before September thj, zIf.yourGrand
;t : Wagnerian Director of the Metropolitan Opera Company of New York. ,
; with you my order for 'twenty"Uprights and two Grands, -: Piandi,compare with your Uprights, :i,'"
Please accept my congratulations tor the bbeautifui tone color de-- '
!I for delivery. by. September. 5th. Yours truly, y -. } d in your small Grand Piano. It has great volume and)power, while .you!may ship. us"dneTofypur* :' Parlor Grands in mahogany e
? delightfully delicate and responsive action is equal to the"most exacting | / Yours
r fi -' ; GILBERT R ,. : '. : ; very truly, ti
demands of the artist. Please ship the piana purchased your '. ... "
N Director. wateroom to my home at Frankfort-Main, 64 Leerbach Strasse. .: ,: ,: RALPH.. L.. FLANDERS, t
r _; Wishing. iou. all success I am Yonrs ALFRED sincerely HERTZ.! :. i. *-'*:''.-:.>:,. Manager. .;...;ra

; ,, The BroAd Street Conservatory of Music. ,of Philadelphia Is the second The New England l ConseryaforV of Mute of Boston, Is the largest and
( :: largest institution of its kind in the world Known in every quarter of the .: Herr Hertz is the world's foremost exponent of grand opera,.a master most comprehensive Institution of its kind in the world. It accommodates ::
: :; globe it has no superior in thoroughness of its, teaching and the comprehensive of mastery a critic of critics. He is the director of, the company comprising more than 2500'student,.who,come not only from Continental Europe and S' -
'h; character of, its course of study.' It has 'ample accommodatUons ,: : the most famous singers, end his judgment upon their efforts js England but from nearly every State In the Union. It has an active :: i
;< t: for J500 students who-come from nearly every civilized country in final.l No:higher opinion than his concerning musical value en be obtained corps 'of 67 professors.: It:Is not run for profit. Every dollar of the receipts ;a.
The of
both this
hemispheres. success institution rests solely upon the determined over and,above ,the cost of maintenance the
is devoted to Improvement
L i effort of every one connected with' .It'to'maintain the highest. pos ,. It was only,necessary that'the Lester should be' brought to his and extension of the..establishment. and to the cost maintaining and ?:E.
," :::: sible standard in musical education. attention to obtain that recognition which its merits demands and deserves. awarding scholarships-. .

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Offices Attorney W.Fisher B. Building.BARTON At Law.Palafox, street NEW 'YEAR.BIRIETING By City Comptroller: Ge&.,T. Morgan. V I! H i4'j!!!! Hi uI tJl;

Will practice in all the state and United _ _ __ ________ I
states Courts.. Twenty-three years' experience. '- -- =- :: --=: -- : : : :: M :

Time was when the whilom: citizenof V will enhance the value of every man's ''* '

T. G. YATES, M. D., Pensacola took the world easy and 'tt property. Look over the new busi- ii .' :
ness enterprises already in operationand q t
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was satisfied with what nature had .
Optician. ; study those IB contemplation.Take "
306 Thiesen Building.Twenty .. .. done for his city. As long as the mallet : a'view of all the improvementsin II ll : : '
-r was plentiful along the beach and and about your city and quit"knocking" }I.2i I.
Specialist.years' experience Examination as free.an Eyo Some PHilQsbphy'dn'How] to the cast net in good repair he worried and get into the swim. : / ::;
not. Life to him was ono long pas- Much has been done and much moreis l :: "
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOoi Get the--Most--Out of toral dream. Public spirit public enterprise :fr4iJVS', at hand ready to be done for the :
L. C. PHILLIPS Ph. ;;..: public progress and improvement upbuilding and promotion of your # *'
; had no part in his scheme of city's interest which is your own. Let
Homeopathic. Life Next. Year.By !life and no place in his thoughts. lie the '-knockers" help the pushers" ll If I : i ; J

i PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.M.I i was a good fellow attended to his own and with a front'thus united great results :: .
Office and Residence 12 N, .and a good deal of his neighbor's busiI are possible.

Hours: 9 to 11 a. m., 1 to 5 p. Thos. McMillan Author of "Sage,.I ness-lived the simple life-was'charitable i Pensacola" has a great future. Withan II iiff iiffll
Phone 65. ,Leaves." to a fault took misfortune and ideal location; the' finest and dee. I l. :
JLPJULPJLJLJ>JL<> P 0 0 9J>..PJLgJLPJULtt 1 mischance gracefully. performed with eat harbor"On the gulf coast a back
"Once again this earth, unwearIed great punctuality his duties to his country of'ferti1iti- and promise good "Ii ,
Frederick Ausfeld. F. M. Blount.
Swinging her, axis true church and let tomorrow which was schools 'spleJ1did'churches the, purest : : I
AUSFIELD &rBLOUNTArchitects ; ll I
always in his mind and much on his
and best water, a health record second
Hath ; ;
her ,
pursued "yearly journey i
tongue: take care of itself and everything 4 and mild and even climate 1 .
to' a
no 'city
Through 1 ,waste of blue." he 1 Iron | .
312-314 Brent Bldg., 43'Moses Bldg.. lha.pathless'<<. that could be"put off. But ; there Is combined here all that ;
Pensacola, Fla. Montgomery, Ala. If you will kindly lay off your hats was a "good fellow honest and upright is necessary 'for the building of a I
and be seated while I say what I think large and prosperous city. Let her 1 Air R j
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WM. A. BORMANS But a change has come over the efforts in
of the journalistic'readers who have, spirit of life. He has awakened ,to ,4'V' citizens but combine their a .;
Architect and Superintendent survived with has right direction stop their bickerings, HHit Ph : .;
me through another I the voice of progressEnterprise V drop ''their 'political wrangles. unite : ;
Office-305 Brent Building. become his watchword. The bugle ,
A Pensacola and Pensacola! s:..prog-
Phone 823. upon
Pensacola. Fla. I weal has roused him to '
call of public 'Raz
will mulLI
ross and a great city l \
action. He is alert energetic" and ag j The new "year with its resolutions ,
SECRET SOCIETIES. gressive. He has. begun to realize and when make tBHH : "
at hand you
... what the future holds for' his' loved :Cify i Comptroller Geo. T. Morgan. is near resolutions make one :,
your, new year
PENSACOLA LODGE NO 5.rensacola city. He sees her not as the fishing next to attend
Lodge No. *, K. of P. village of old with its quaint and ancient manifest all about the city. Take aday to h Jp'y ur'city of Chamber year of Commerce ff : t c
meets the meetings your
every Monday evening at 7:30 the time IiI.Razo
if can spare
o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall ways but as a city of the New off you -the representative business :
over Fou's stable, Vest Intendencia St. South. a city of) large business of from the rush and count the new body-attend: and take an Interest in : I'Ii I/JI /
Vlsitiig brethren cordially welcomed. growing population city of public buildings In course of erection. Observe all other public meetings called for Ig*+ ;:
E. 1L DENNARD, C. a and their character and compare I ** '
H. HORSLE K. of R. & S. and private improvement progress the 'interest of the city. to take that
of former '
DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA. moving.He. a. modern city up-to-date and them years.with Go the watch buildings the construcUon of interest result and in action good government in politics that and I | ( || .1 ,

Naomi Lodge. No. 10. Daughters of has caught step with the drum the.new public buildings see the con- will : everythingthat ;
in fact
Kebeoca. meets every Monday night at with his large forces of men no more, .todo. Hn! ; fg
.to tractor
8 o'clock In I. O. O. F. halL Visiting beat and is marching on get will help the general good. and I
lateis cordially Invited to be present. to the head of the procession where laying: the sanitary and storm sewer incidentally your own good and inter 1111
MRS. J. T. PULLIAXL N. O. Pensacola belongs. age-a work of Incalculable benefit to g i
will be best subserved.;
MRS that
HATTIE NEVILLE. Sec. and one
of city
This new spirit this awakening, is the future your ll V
Rathbone Lodg No. 30. Knights of watchful of
to beever
'we need
rythlas, meets every Thursday night at path that leads through fortune fame !could fittingly be utilized for retired] age :
Castle: HalL Members of sister lodges the tendencies to oppression-In our :: .I
and happiness to a paradisiacal termi civilians. I
and brethren cordially invitedto
attend.visiting J. M. ROPER. C. C. nation. The coming year of 1907 promises taxation,monopolizing:; :trusts and political -I ill H ; 11,1
C J. LEVEY. K R. & S. entire nation ,
well as the
Florida, as "rings.
I. :More important work than engineering J
M. K. B. A. No. 81, meets first and '' for the great Panama canal is the over which the stars and stripes for- Open competition generally gives; D
thlr. Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. m.. 1" elimination of apparent incqmpatabtli- erer float from the Atlantic to Pactfl' the fairest field in which for all to: JF.
Rafford Hall. No. 10. West Intendenciastreet. northern lake
the greaf H
A. O. FELL Prea.J. ties and !straightening out the winding ocean from and turbulant water of the fight for fife: Therer U fallacious selfishness i
L. SWEENEY. Secy. crooks to make such a "bee line" to to the tepid In the protection of Industries.
-PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 4 I. O. O. F. Heaven broad enough for the simul greater Gulf of wheels of fortune are which .benefits a. few at the expense mtnm fj'
Pensacola Lodge. No. 4.: t O. O.: F.. taneous movement of the entire worldIf The mighty shining from "sun to sun" of alL C I II I j
mE'E'tJery Thursday evening at 7.30 Thos. McMillan author of "Sage the several hundred religions everywhere : ot labor of capital.

,at streets.the. new Visiting B.hall R.on WITKOVSKT.brethren Belmont cordially and N.Baylen a In.Ued. Leaves."- *, ..*.. .. could fallacies be assimilated of each cancelled into one trom with,the the tramps and the.Is doleful. no longer tread,heard of the in armies the busy of and damaglng/extremes.Themonopoly commodities, 'all be carried- to!I ii ;;;;;m1i!: : ;;!];;;;: ;: ;; \! ;:;;; : :: : 'f :

A. KERLE. Secretaryw. Eclectic church. it might createa streets.
revolutionary period of this momentous -1 base! on which to fix the compass for Labor is at a premium; farm products The-educationof( 'the rising generation --
o. W. orb I will exend 4t you the con other landmarks toward the 'are high. and .there Is money to Ia-alniost"nniversal now; but the.superfluo worse than ,
Live Oak Camp No. 1, W. O. W., finding wasted
and There
toe. Impractical
fleets in Pythlan hall the 1st and 3rd gratulations of a friendly heart But- great grand and glorious future which burn! Everybody seems to on tip
Wednel'days! in each month. Visiting welcomes all who learn the -There is only danger that this thing learning imposed, on our youths Is a ;.
a\'relgus: cordially Invited.F. "Tls: not all of life to live; way. will burst when the accelerating tension lamen abl6' if not ,.ajarmlng extrava cation. It
The arbitration of all between
A. Nor all of of-death to die "man's !
for .
too great our expan-
LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk. I the national powers, dispellingthe becomes gance. ;
\\1oiild that my words could be audiobie angry clouds of war might be sive .lImItS.'V. Knowledge Is" power.That power In countless
The celebrated Frencn drip coffee beyond the lines of the Christmas another landmark whereat to drive a T raCe friction may smoothe d \wr the heads-:and hands of dishonorable Tbd true ( : ,
Jackson Square. 'No premiums. Sold Journal. second stake for a mUestone'along the under higher civilization, but political! characters' and evil "doers is as dangerous as we would
Ask for It at There to helping'each '
ftrictly on Its merits. .better way. warfare will wax hteher: and hlzfter srdynamite. seems
your grocers. This commencement perhaps the etSllt. phohlbltton and populls-: be need of a refitting: : text book addedto we need to
hundred "millionth Devolution of our Then might Uncle Sam reverse the I tic as 's factions grow up to a flghtral capacity our school series to impress the lags dispel
Joppa Lo go No. 6. 1. O. O. F.. earth arouad4i. SUB is.a moat fitful direction of his millions In military ; "shooting minds" Ift>yonths with that fears:. to 'i' '
Joppa Lodge0.. I. O. O. F. meets ; -
"cannons" to provide refuge for Invalids and vestibule' of
very Tuesday e\'ening'at 7:30 o'clock atRaftord time to leave off bad habits.'mak new I While We' are-in: the enjoyment of unIversal 'brotherHood. friendship f
HalL Corner Baylen and Belmont the agedand unfortunate.I of Christian etiquette without which the each and all '
Ms. Visiting brethren cordially Invited.C. resolves and correct all deviations of Those magnificent homes for the old that boasted liberty "one hour classical education may be worn by : ; :

a:- JU WILKIXS Secretary.. L. SMITH N. 0. our course In..life.'from' the lIPrigMI soldiers will stortly be ""vacated and c which is worth an eternity of bond- highest .'

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: and Work of Great '

i 11 Christmas Eating )Ir Organization Told By N It Is Dominent Everywhere, :

'. One, of Them. Making Life Better

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1 PURE OF SACRED CAUSE By J. J. Gibson. SingerSewing Enough
r if j "Glory to God in the highest and on i1/:
FOR WHICH THE WOMEN ,OF 'F 1 earth peace good will toward men.
The birth of, all the worlds and life .
and light and love.and power and kindred .
., : i man and e'ery'creep'ng-thing, : ._ Yet-

" 1 'By 'Mrs. A. E.'MacDavid. though mystery, speaks much of God I '_Picture the:warm welcome -

The work of, the United Daughters: to you and me. The result of: birth: :'that',will meet such a
;1"I of has ve see and know,and feel, when God Machine.
the Confederacy assumed not such in man to-day reflects Himself where. :', gift;:the, welcome from wife To Makeor
magnitude that I shall attempt
and abound. mother, daughter sister
of it, but simply peace purity ,
to give a history a
It few facts that may be of interest, I Seasons of love in festive honor_ .. :sweetheart!
STORE i iI' The United Daughters of the Con. were alike l the joys of ancient days Delivered Every household the Best
requires >
) federacy were organized in Nashville when mystic Gods and royal crowns -
: Tenn., September 10, 1894, at the call the people then adored. The struggle a sewing machine, of
: of Mrs. M. C. Goodlett, who Is known Mrs. A. E. MacDavid,former president from antiquity had been the birth and And
course. womandeserves
f. : and loved as the founder of the organization Pensacola Chapter, United Daughters every
growth of sweeter larger life when
and who is also our honorary of;the Confederacy.but To Her. the one machine Present

r I. We are headquarters for all I responded president to ;the generaL call, Three Tennessee"states, 1 princely the fullness jesus that came-a In: him time was ripe; and for which is everywhere recognized .

Georgia and Texas. Prom this meeting owing to ill health was compelled today tonight, with hallowed song as the best that money
e to hand in her resignation. She was of this
praise and gladness world'saglow
I the organization has grown until honored by the recent* general con I! the cradle song of Bethle- ChristmasMorning ,can buy. '
1 I that's and for the I today there are 1,048 chartered chap- aLifetime
good 'sustenance ventlon which her honorary
pure ters in the federation, combining a appointed i hem, the star, the king of kings, the
membership of fifty thousand and custodian of the crosses, with the: meek yet princely Nazarine our Give her a Singer
Z privilege of wearing one. I mother's_ His Dirth and
s Lord # son.
representing over thirty states and One of the greatest pleasurers given life the countless millions feel and It'lasts a lifetime.
of the human
family. territories, New Mexico'
L 1 latest acquisition.Not being our I.the U. D. C. Is the privilege of be. love. And now yes perhaps in every .
stowing these crosses of honor, which age and stage of this and other worlds,
only has this organization is always one of the features of ouf the Madonnas are the pure and
'stock spread far beyond Mason and Dixon'sline three Confederate holidays, the' birthday mothers who suffer death and .v THIS FIND
Just now our is j jI at it does from queenly SIGN SINGER
I I grocery j jt ocean extending, but it is now assuming oceanto an of Robt. E. Lee, January 19; Me bless the world with noble hearts and YOU MAY STORES
international the formation day April 26, and the birthdayof i kingly lives for lifting men. Fathers KNOW EVERY.

aspect by Jefferson Davis June :3. The Flor"mothers: Thy child! Watch deep its
of a chapter in far away Mexico City. ida division has added, one more day II I sparkling eyes those laughing lips AND WILL WHERE
t I Attractive This chapter is named "The Father for the bestowal of tie cross Talla-|and sunny smiles the brimming soul
Especially I ," of the ,
I Ryan Chapter In memory hassee day; September 27. qa.Pen";the light of hope and gladness the
poet, priest, and patriot whose sweet sacola Chapter has:tfallen the pleasant i gift.of'life, the wealth of giving. This
: : songs of the Southland have enshrinedhis "duty of presenting one hundred[much 'we know, 'tis sweetest life'
memory in southern hearts. seventy-six of these "tokens of a I i In distant climes the spirit of joyous -
J I The object of the United Daughtersof cause more dear than life." I|I Christmas-tide has touched them 32 South Palafox Street.and .
!.. Possessing every article of food that | the Confederacy is not to engendera What an exquisite ...pleasure and there yes everywhere; and with feel-
: spirit of bitterness, hatred or disloyalty .,pnlyllege the:)United;'Daughters. of ings of tender helpfulness and praise
:: will be required for the t to the Stars and 'Stripes 'as the Confederacy enjoyed inv holding let'3 touch the weaker neighbor's soul
many would believe, but to perpet- their recent general convention at and life with smiles and joys of deep-
! uate in song story 'and history the Gulfport, situated as4 lain'the,shad est love,and substance. JTis power togive. expectant .surprise, impart & which says "As oft as ye do it unto
t : MOST ELABORATE \i sacred motives and principles for ow of historic Beauvlor. This con- Kingly' to live and' bless; for happy content to'modeSt and humble one of these little'ones ye do it unto
which our fathers fought, and dared, vention was most largely attended, to paint the orphan's face with radiant conditions of living at best, and feel Me."
: to do and die for what they knew to there being over 'six thousand dele- light, gladden the .adject forms of 'tis better to nourish than condemnthe All hail the joys and blessing "f
1 I be Just and right. gates present, and many veterans as piteable distress and tears lift the spark of light in feeble man. I this festive season. All hearts be u: ,d
; Christmas Dinner. History does not furnish a charac- well: A spirit of perfect love and social. life with tokens remembrance:; say to do this is of the same power in the freedom of love and good w:::1.1
ter that commands the love and.ad: harmony pervaded the conventionwhich I ,
.. i miration that does that of the Southern 'was prolific of much:good'work .

1 If have not already baked Christmas soldier. for the''coming year. This-was only I m aiBH'frrtt'n'UfNtfJ; : *n'n-1. .
t you your : His courage endurance constancyand meet and right, being held in the ,'
fidelity during that awful four the J1M. ;
atmosphere of sacred spot which 1
1 Cake, by all means give us your order early- i years that tried men's souls .and was'the home of',Jefferson Davis:and
brought women nearer the throne has is now the home of those he loved and
I ,1- Henry Clay Flour, choice granulated sugar, nuts never been excelled. What more who love him. The Confederate ,Vet-
priceless heritage can we give to future erans, those.heroes 'who:lost all save & 0. CLOTHING 6
' : of every kind, Citron, Raisins, Fjgs and dates. .1 generations than this? honor, and % 1 STORE.t
How many a glorious name for us, .
the of
Who bore flag a nations trust.
'J $ However, if you do not care to bake your fruit How many a story of fame for us 'I tause. .. .
And fought ,
They left; would it not be a blame a, **though. lost J- .tr .tu.
If their memories part still jusX1 -
: cake, we can furnish you your i From our land and heart. IJ
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I And a wrong to them and a shame to us!I
Our first consideration now is for
I our veterans that faded line of gray MAKER .
t Christmas Fruit Cake which year-to growing bring sunshine so pitifully Into less their each al-I I PRESENT t y- ; t SUGGESTIONS forx '

: shadowed and to
2 ready too lives as-
homemade Christmas
The Very Best Made sure them that the women of the pres
: THE craza bas Russia,
i south lore them for their cause and paraded
deeds and look upon them as heroes the erarini! has caught It.
at 50 cents a pound. Many ladies are buying outnumbered but not defeated. She has plenty of ,Christina .

Among the many beautiful homes money and spends jj&erally: but in I XMAS t PRESENTS 'I
their fruit cake in preference to baking them. that Daughters have been of the erected Confederacy by the to United shel- addition makes with her own hands .

Fine Prunes 10 cents a pound, Shelled Almonds ter these old heroes may be mentioned gifts that will especially please the ,
the one In our own state, locatedat czarowits and the four little grand l
50 cents a pound, Currants 12 4 cents a pound Is '
Jacksonville. This building 51
I duchesses. The czarina's life Is a

.1. Seeded Raisins 15 cents, a pound, Crystallized well large kept and grounds roomy with and 'spacious Is beautifully and busy one, filled with court and other People no longer give useless ornamental presents for pf

.J situated on the picturesque St Johns public duties, social entertainments of m
: Citron 25 cents a pound. Atmore & Son's lince'i i river. Here amid the most cheerful a personal nature and many 'acts of Xmas. They give something serviceable. Everyone racks i

t Meat is guaranteed absolutely pure., In bulk i veterans and refuge comfortable have from found the surroundings storms a veritable of 'life.( havenof many I I painting charity,,while woodcarving she spends, drawing some time and In _J their brain trying to think of something that will be appropriate. i g i

I' : 124 cents a pound; condensed 10 cents pack- Two Monuments.To I literary work. Also she devotes many

:* age; 5-lb pails 75 cents. i. have stone erected those to commemorate who shafts have of gone their marble before virtues and we hours' her'to children making-on Christmas occupation presentsfor ,which I 1 LET-US HELP YOU SOLVE THE PROBLEM 1 l li

to her la Indeed a labor of love.
: and heroism and over their graves we B
w scatter the choicest flowers of the I Probably her most notable effort as p
| We Have a Full Line of Vegetables, : Southland they loved so welL The i a woodcarver Is an exact model of a NS
0 o. Florida division has always been active chalet In'the Imperial pleasure grounds i 1 For Grandpa or Papa
t also Apples, Oranges' and Leinons.: We have :: in the work of building these connected with the Tsarskoe-Selo pal' {[;:}| Hi

just received some imported Italian ,Nougats at t members monuments of, this one division of the being most honor gifted I ace.The is the fear's favorite [ | A.nice Suit or ,.Over-coat-which will only cost you $8, $10, or. $12.50. i fft \
: ed with a prominent place on the Or of nice Shoes Tie :
i say a pair --a pretty or Suspenders. | |
In which be
summer house : frequently
'$2.25 a box. Be sure your Christmas order calls committee for the magnificent monument s,< -. K5
now being erected to the Pres- has his luncheon served when he de- Jf
: for a box of Nougats.Nunnally's. i ident of the Confederacy Jefferson sires to escape from the almost oppressive 1.For-Mama i%
: Davis and also on the committee for splendor of J1M7impenai din- "
the beautiful monument that is being ing rooms-splendor that takes away re Hg

i i erected on Florida's.battlefield, Olus-I the imperial appetitef. ,_ ,A pretty pair of Patent Kid orVici! Black Shoes $1.50 $2.00 or $2.50. ti *|
Candies. tee. I The model Is exquisifely carved in .
While many monuments are being
erected by states and chapters.*the whitewood and has eighty-four separate 1 i '
are the ideal Candies for Christmas giving two of most importance to the United parts. These are so' made that For Brother r-
Daughters of the Confederacy at this the miniature house can be pulled '
: there's no better or purer Candies in all then : time are at Arlington and Shiloh. down by the czarowitz,. who Is now 'b One of our Cravenettes will only cost you $6.00 or $7.00. |
Arlington once the home of Robert E. more than two years old, without be- .
j A suit of Short Pants from $1.00 to $5.00 a Suit. R
: world. : Lee, is now the national cemetery and ing damaged. The czarina is an ex- j pretty
T one of the most beautiful In the world. If to $7.ooto 10.00 |
: Here the United States governmenthas I seventeen twenty years, a Suit g;1t

i We Wish You a Happy Christmas. i bodies gathered of all the into Confederate one section soldiers the m- ((1 i!:

that were scattered about the District 1>i y Sisters; if you want to make .1 brother or papa a neat, inexpensive
: of Columbia, and it is here in sight
i j. of the nation's,capitol that a monument 1ep gf 1 present, ;come and see our beautiful Four-in-Hand Ties, worth.- SOcts., for !r4
Cahn&Co.I I, dead.will be erected to, the Confederate c p| Xmas only 25cts.. ; over one'huudred styles. i

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"The heroes who died for us -
: Who living were,tried for us, ,. i ii:E| To Grandpa Papa or Brother, If 'tE i
: ,CORKER : And dying sleep side by s de for us.". T I f
you want to make yourself a
F Food ._ !
The Pure Store ,
INTENDED STREETS i This will be the first Confederate :M -M present, you will find our Stock -T!
shaft to be erected In this vicinity +'
: Phvno 178. Pensacola, Fla. : for while beautiful Washington Is a p E Complete In everydetail, and 1:1
there is not
: city of many monuments
TNf0A..t NNNNN.NN.N.NN/NNN.NNN NNN. one shaft.in honor of the Confederate I'l 2 : lower than tho lowast for high- t:!
soldier or any Confederate leader.: i j r art i
jIi class merchandise.
The Shiloh monument to the Confederate : :
dead Is to be erected on the TOT.CHALET HIDE FOB THE CZABOWTTZ
sacred and historic battlefield of Shiloh BY THE CZABIXA.

where so many of the 'south's. pert.woodcarver. ThiSv ability is a re-t8' Yours for honest treatment, ;.
I bravest and best fought and ,fell,, '
sult of her German environ .
where southern :blood :flowed until blood and Li
Heath & Milligan's Railway the streams ran red. Pensacola ment 'qjj f- r JJt
As little Princess Aliz daughter \ TO .
., Chapter Is to wear the state honorsin i L *
White Lead this work as a member of Pensa-I"of' the late Grand 'Duke Louis IV. Ij"t TO SEE OUR 910.00 T hM JfFt 0 .
cola Chapter has been appointed chair of Hesse and "sweet Princess Alice" 'l"
man for Florida on the Shiloh monument Queen Victoria's favorite daughter she MEN'S SUITS. : : m IXI .i
We have the agency for this popular and committee. was taught many of the crafts that it :9.

Superior White Lead. It excels.in durability Southern Cross of Honor.It Is deemed proper In, Germany; for all .
whiteness and was In the heart of a woman,.. children to know. And It is because of 321 and 323 S. Palafox Street. F
covering capacity. Eight Mrs. Mary Ann Cobb Erwin.of Athens
., that ability, her deep devotion to her
Ga., that the Idea originated for giving -
cents per pound.Saunders to veterans and decendants of children and the Inherent desire of the I! 13 Rr4

Confederate soldiers and sailors the G 1maW: make .things" that the'i .. Phone. 7755., !:
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Mill Company, Southern cross of honor. The_ design czarina plans and executes little surprises I !]. J.
was submitted by Mrs.S.. E. for the five imperial youngsters ,
Phone 717. 21 East Cantem Sheet.M M I
L j Gabbett, who served so faithfully for of Russia. HITT.r iiwi t _
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: And'every' one is thinking and planning what would make the best gift. In making

your decision. please bear in mind that gifts that can be used for personal; wear is always -_ *

appreciated; more, probably than anything- el& that could be given. Gifts for:

, kl men and boys can be easily and quickly selected from our select ,stock of men's wear

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VOL. IX NO. 296. +

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: :; ::::\ '. : : Bends laden wilt its fruitage '. ,
a c THE PASSING OF 1 Beneath thm ardent glow. ,
THE GOOD OLD The rata dJJ' yellow tanners 4 1 .t
Are rustling in lie breeze.
How December Came toHaveChristmas And galdan tad f" Y&o'l'Jlr.' .

ri r ANTE-BELLUM COLORED FOLK e' r ] I Amid the tnw.11eaves.OCTOBER? ,- #? ;

i "ThIs maid Bb5n be October, p s .,

By'w: C. JONES. =By Lizzie Lee Co ley-- !!I In And all Us round royal her beauty brow 1 twine .

f J Jack The trust ripe fruit her of the Tine. p {
---- artbt-tover.
o -T : = : '\:" = -, ..., SMll trim her robes with god a ; ,
have been requested to write forth : : : : AJld paint with dainty touches s s ,1
fbristmas\ editon of 'ihe Journal, Old Father Time stood looking Mrs. Lizzie Lee Col y, whose contributions Each g.a.ment's graceful fol4. o :,
i -i ry of the passing of the old ante j Upon his children fair- I have from time to tilDe adorned
q,'? The bonnie maids who came to'him the columns of The Journal and whose NOVE3IBER."These G i i ;
': ura negro-those simple, kind- From the far land, Somewhere I charming Christmas poem is published be thy gilts, November v 1
lited: old colored folk who have sur- Dame Nature passing by that way herewith is a native Fisrtdlan, having More royal ones I wean .
MId the vicissitudes of the forty : Beheld the maidens Stand been born in 1861 near aiuseogee, Flor- Than an of earth could purchase i '
.. Alb In so prettily t /ida. Each of For eartb's most favored queen. ;
y .s which have elapsed since their a row her parents was the possessor -
With each the other's 1 IfimJ. of a strong character and great Throe be the measured fullness [
emancipation from bondage. 'I I "How do you do, old Father-Time? mental power. Her father, jr. W. Crearr, Which crewns tN year at last i t
i accept the assignment with a de- I'm glad to meet you here. was for some time senior editor of the When time of bud and blossom. i
Hcf pleasure almost Impossible for My kind old friend than*w'horn I Pensacola Commercial and: a frequent And harvest time are past
I had not one more.deaf. contributor to other papers H! was alas Thine be the cheerful tires1de.W '
to ,
express because I love to dream Are these children. Hather timer* And thine the evening +
your the author of a fine text book on brisk: rcP.Jrttt
retrospect- to indulge in them .tu e in homes sacred .
reveriesa Then tUVned on *gaze making as well as an Inventor of note
the past the days of my early child- ,...ygv.y But not one maiden to i'; r ; D r The air,
IIQ! clear and
would frosty.
"od when I dwelt A' single eye raise."They mother,'whose mahUa nante was
on fat
my e: s plants c are all mine" said Time, Seana Prttchette. was a native et Pen- Wr h fi7st fall of the snow,
ion, where there also dwelt an old "The children whom I Jove,, sacola. At the close el the war, the family thrills the heart wtth pleastr>r '
0 Ick mammy who regarded me with The angels who were Seft to me I moved north and did Rot return. to And puts the cheek aglow, ,,
u i affection as tender as her simple From Somewhere land --above. I Florida until about liSO, when .they settled While far above and o'er us
t,,> t soul was capable of What are their names 5" inquired. the i at Bluff Springs. 'Is The clear sky of thy night +
bestowing Dame. *- Mrs. Creary is the pottaessor'of a rare bright with stars agleamin!
on a child of her own. I love to t r' ( Time shook his hoary bead. I literary talent unU bad she. devoted her Lice rays of hsaves'a light ;.
f 'ntally,.the days when J was a child, !'! "I'll name them then" she said. 3' 'rc'3 shave made a name among the nation's I r here is DECEMBER."Alt '
"I'll them all with I one wee maiden { i
name writers. She
nve, ,as all of us who have sipped the And on each child bestowX your consent great the inclination rinds writes opportunity: however among onlyas And all my gifts are gone
c.,1' of power are wont to do, to revert ito I gift of rare magnificenceThat I the multifold duties of a busy family.Bestowed np.a tier slate si
the days when I reigned as an ab-I II all vt earth may know life or as some friend requests a contribution I Nay. nay; 1 yet baTe one. '
Mute monarch not by divine right!I Their right is one of royalty, for some But 'I'll caD thee dear. D..eme.e. '
Their birth of high degree" wr.Ia.ltheOL: A pretty name and sweet; ,
when she does noblest and
nut the right of proprietorship, but asa + 'TIs well," said Time, "Friend Nature, sweetest sentiments find expression and it"Since thou duet make the circle 1,
matter of course, and by the will of m leave it all with theeJANUARYS/- .=4 A "8 ll Is then that her soul seems to flow into Of twelve months the t nom let. l
n' old mammy, over at least one "do-i \ poetry of purest form. I And Of since all thou art y .t '
n.ain I love rMr. In speaking of her attachment to the; thy here
: ; live over and
over lnce thou art first oh stately maid, ( land of her birth. Mrs. Coley recently nl give to thee a mantle iTo
those days when my wish was law; "L Thou shalt the year begin; said to a friend: **I love the entire south I keep thee warm my clearA )
without the right of appeal, I love to I And January be they narar, but ever feel that in Florida my heart mantle fairer, softer,
recall every memory, every event of Since thou dost usher Inf Lizzie Lee Coley, better known to must find Its true h.m ." She is now a'I. Than mertat hand hath wove "t ;
those With all the pomp and pageantry resident of Hadley. Fla. Formed from the fairy mistwreaths '
black bygone days when myoId a,,, Of joy, the coming: year. The Journal's readers as "Florida Pine." I By 004' infinite. .love-". f
mammy Phoebe, and her bus- e
The keys of Winter thou;; shalt hold.
ban Joe, were .as deferential to me, TG And in his gems appear' Dame Nawre kissed the makleu rAnd
bade them all &dIM. .
1 child of tender years and simple FEBRUARY. t I That she may send her trumpters The voice of flowing waters; Feeling that to her promise ;- I
thought, as the most humble vassal of "And February be thy name Abroad o'er land and sea. The clear glad song of birds. She had been folly trues i ;
the empire of Russia is to Nicholas Oh, maiden, chaste and,fair. To Mara the God .of battle, Through hill and dale and valleys. But bye and bye the youngest Y
his Czar; I love to dream in retro- Thine be the privilege totdrl"eOld I'll give her hand away; Shall everywhere be heard." To Time, her father crept, i
And March shall be her henceforth r
name And whispered thus unto him
spect, as I said just now, to recall and Winter from his lair; From this her christening day." JULY.
The while she softly wept. e.
By thee shall youths au.maidens:
recount recollections of the weird : Their sweet love token send. "And thou. thou laughing maiden "See. Father dr, Dame Itatare ,
ghost stories which my old mammy And thou shalt hold a tender thoughtFor APRIL. With locks of shining gold Hath -Iy given me '
used to tell to me as solemn truth, of lover and for friend. "What weeping little- April! Shall in' thy care and keeping This little oloaJt of moriakes
Didst think I had forgotTo The keys of summer hold; Which you around me see.
the haunted houses which she pointed I' : MARCH. place on thee thy title The generous wealth of sunlight, Shall I Dot have a bript 4&y, / ; ,
out to me, of the blood-curdling stones I "To this thy roguish sister Or gift for thee thy had not? The warmth of torrid days Nor yet a single flower,
of jack o' lanterns and other uncanny I'll give the winds so Know little one thy tear drops When all the land lies dreaming I Nor ever star or sunbeam r
things that she would repeat I __ I free I Shall all return againAs Beneath Sol's ardent rays; Or happy shining hour!" ;:'
_____ I : j'I flowers to deck the valley, The-fail fair flood of saver. I
over and over with bated, breath. I' Which Luna, o'er
,. I' The hillside and the plain. thy night Thus wept the little maiden ,
love to lose my present self in reveriesof : v"p4 rtr her shoulders, but never a one haveI Look up and let thy smile dear, Pours with unstinted measure, And Time with puu1ed brow
the long ago; to live over and over been able to trace to her; on the Drive all the tears away; Shall ever be thy right. Looked down upon her tear drape.
the days of my childhood, when old 'I contrary, many of the '.traits of my This sunshine ever,follow July shall be thy title; And pretty cloak of 111m"'.
The showers of April day Thy days coined from the gold Then answered: "I will give thee
Phoebe-I called her mammy then as Uncle Joe character which I take pride in the Of sunlglht which mid-summer The fairest girt of aU z ,'
1 did until her death a few years ago and Aunt Lucy-Two of the Now Almost Extinct Types of the consciousness of, I knpw were Incul- 'MAT. Within her'hand doth hold." For 'mid thy days the birthday !
--would Invite me to her cabin In the Good Old !cated and fostered by her. "To thee, oh May, BO gentle of the dear Christ shall faB, .
quarters'. just beyond the barn lot- Antebellum Colored Folk. The world is better and the white I'll give the.sWet't st flowers AUGUST. Because he was a child ear,
Which spring my' maid can gather HAnd thou oh glorious August.. A fair and gentle ohiq
we caned! It the Tiorse lot" in those men and women cf my1 age, and older
Among my many bowers- With dreamy eyes of light, With face 80 fun of beauty,
halcyon happy days-and to evince made cane syrup, for desert. but only in a way. I of course Imagined are better too for the era of the The bridal bell and hawthorne. The laogour vC thy beauty And eyes... calm and mUd-
her regard for my tastes, more than No more would that old '''black that I ruled, that I was, in genuine old black maramys and uncle Their beauty shall entwine, Doth charm my spirit quite. This is a gift more pJeCtous
, With jassamine and violet. The portals of the Autumn. Than'all of
Ute earth
act of gUM : -
!> an obstentatious hospitality Joes::
mammy of mine have thought of sitting the vernacular of the street, the offer at tby shrine. Thy hands shall open wide; The privilege 'g keep
she invariably busied herself preparing -i at the table with me, notwith- "whole show," but with a diplomacyas Unfortunately for the present gen wTt't: thee and March and April And o'er thy melting beauty The blessed Christ cbiJd's birth"
a repast for me, consisting of an standing I was partaking of her hospitality subtle as it was her simple natureto eration, both Caucasian and Ethiopian shall rest the promise sweet Shall roll her gleaming tide." .

'ash cake" (a corn meal hoe-cake I i than it would occur to the be kind to her "baby," as she dubbed they are now almost extinct; ,in realIty -. Of summer's gorgeous leafage." And so it : all mber
t Naked in the clean, hot oak wood humblest deck scrubber I another decade will witness their And autumn's fruit complete SEPTEMBER"September Doth bold of the year, '
on the royal me, she ruled, and ,
many art thou dreaming The day, to aU COO' children
H.-=hes on her broad, open hearth) .I yacht of the Hohenzollerns to insist times have J looked back to final and complete, exit from the JUNE."Thine Beneath thy veil of haze? Of other days moat dear- r
served with sweet home made butter upon a meal at the same board with I those days with a view to plac- stage of Southern life but.as long as be the month of roses, Dost know the Spring's fruitionIs The Christmas tide 80 holy L
end fresh buttermilk, with a great big his emporer. William I was a princeof I ing the blame for some of the I folklore shall live, memories of such When life is an attune folded in thy days? When Christ came down from Ileavenf
bright inspiration.And The bough which erstwhile blossomedA
fat soda biscuit served with home- With Hope's That unto men forever ,
the blood
royal? at mammy's cabin, shortcomings of my manhood upon (Continued on Thirty-Sixth Page.) I thy sweet name be June. wreath of fragrant snow Love infinite be pven.Ij" S

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ra'Mrd We are the Sole Agents here for the celebrated BABCOCK CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES, of Watertown, N. Y; COLUMBIA: BUGGIES AND l# '. ;(

rr I15 CARRIAGES J Hamilton, Ohio; HAMILTON BUGGY co. RUNABOUTS, of f Hamilton, Ohio: PETERS' "FINE Zx, 'i 1 I

f r/H 1 BUGGIES OF COLUMBUSColumbus, Ohio, and a great many others too numerous to mention. gi

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f.ii1 We will be pleased to have out-of-town pur- i -t
sly We equip, our Columbia Buggies and Carriages ,
l51 chasers call and inspect our large stock, or send us I'1 I

with the "Star BallBearing Axles"which reduce your mail orders, which will receive our prompt- U1) ; :

l" tention. (We ship a great many buggies out of =, II
the draft one-half) at a small additional cost to the Ht .r
town, and save you freight). u'0.:1 i

Yy purchaser, and they must be popular, judging front ra- \Ve have a nice line of Surreys with Canopy M : '"; j i'II .. ,I<< ,

Tops, and full line of light Delivery Wagons, also. w ;
the letter received from the sole for the South 'i
agency, r We have just received a large shipment of .;.E \1

j ern States, (of which we are sole- agents here. and "Thornhill" Farm Wagons, and a car load ordered =II"f \,

e (before the advance) and-we can make you the price.Don't jai 'I I' j
West Florida.
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,t fail to call and have oral of salesmen '( l
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.1 Wm. Johnson & Son, Inc., Hamilton. 0.. Hoc. 4, 1906. I show you our large line of V.hfclee, which we assure I Il

"II Psnsacola Fla.Gentlemen o. you is a pleasure, (whether you buy or not, thatis =pl"r 1't J//

,9 :: what here for). I
L we are
"We would send the spindles from here, but regret to say we have \
,e none, in fact, it is all we can do to secure shipment of axles fast enough Cushion Tire (Guaranteed) Runabouts as cheapas .1t t
r1 We have secured orders for nearly 300 jobs with Star BaU.Bt'aring r e T v..l } ZTJl i
; finished.
Axles in the last few weeks. It Is'really astonishing the;.way this axle S65.00, nicely -t I t

4 bas been taken up by our trade. Please REMEMUEK THATWE ARE THE We are the LARGEST DEALERS IN BUG-
GIES AND WAGONS the in all of ei.
Awaiting commands, same as we are
; your we are! Very truly yours )
rI4 By J. E. WRIGHT; V.-P. line of Buggy and Wagon Harness n 11I'r" ) Ii

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/a \Ve have closed a deal by Western Florida. Owing to and in buying Car Load first Car Load arrives, 'and is Visit our Hardware Department, where you = ..

/a which \ve come into possession heavy advance in all bitggy Lots there is a Great Savingin I opened and shown in our will, find a complete line of Hardware Stoves, itlJflWM ,. ,

/" of the largest purchases material, next year, \ve hail Freight, we realize, and we large repository, we ::1vi11 be Paints, Shot Guns. Shells, and everything found in a .IIJ. \I '

'5 of Top and Open Buggies to make the Large Purchaseto wish to save the purchaserthis glad to have you call, first-class HARDWARE STORE. ; .t':

/n a ever bought bv* one dealer !in Secure the Right Prices. freight, and \when the whether you buy or not. 122 to 130 S. Palafox Street. _..,,...

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I ?' 7 75 5 Ladius'Skirts .: .- FOR THE HOLIDAYS

All the Latest Styles ALL, ,NEX1WEEK IN EVERY DEPARTMENT ."? "' '_ : Just Received

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1 : $5, $6, $6.50, '$7.50, $8.50 WILL BE OFFERED TO THE. SHOPPERS OF PENSACOLA., : $4.50 to $6.50




I I: I ." OUR mcs AR THE LOWEST. '' ,.' i1

I ; A swell line of Ladies' : Special inducements '

From 25c. to $5.00i From $1.50 to $20

j ; three-quarter length Coats i will be offered all this
i .I Just received. A fine lot to select from. -

::1 1 in tan and black just ---- weekinourNIILLINERYDEPARTMENT.


1- ;: received, ,

I ,' ,-.. $8.50 to $20 EVERY DEPARTMENTWill .

1 Have Something of(Special Interest to You.

i : our CALL IN and. see our '



ft are offering great values A handsome Parasol makesa A HANDSOME SUITS from

, I this week, very acceptable Xmas present LINE OF' RUGS ,

j I. ; 1 $ .50 to $17.50 I I We have them $1'J to $6.50. ,From 50c. to $8: $2 to $10., :


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= : = c = = =" drawn in the various departments. month runs. into many thousandsmore. proud, and it is bound to increase during
each month: the coming year.
:I fr': Department No. Salaries There is still another feature which r-w- :

1i THE L. & N. AS A FACTOR INPENSACOLA'S Engineers and firemen 75 $ 8,000 but few consider and that is the I Many Improvements.While .
1 Mechanics in shops... 300 13,000 money spent in port by vessels char- at present the company is en- T
: Trainmen .. ...: .: ..120 8,000 tered by the Gulf Transit Company a gaged only In building the forwarding r
PROSPERITY Yardmen, or switchmen 75 3.500 concern operated in conjunction with depot; and making repairs necessitated
All classes of labor on the great system. Not considering the by the hurricane there have been
r wharves .. .. .. .. 650 23,000 money expended in loading these vessels many improvements made at Pensa BuY
Clerks and labor at which has already been calculated -cola during the past year. Principalof
I freight depot .. ... 160 8,300 in the above tabulated statement 'I these has been the equipping 'of
I By Percy Hayes: I. Bridge and road depart- ._ there is an immense amount placedin the shops with modern machinery.
, ments (in city) .. .. 100 2,500 circulation through other sources Heretofore certain classes of work Whisky
= = := : = : : : =.: ,There are many vessels loaded here I could not be done up to the standardof
:i!A 0 Total .. .. ..--I each month and each must pay pilot- some of the larger shops without That Has the _
The above speaks harbor the expenditure of considerable
The Louisville &. Nashville Railroad i'L future growth and prosperity of the city 'was chosen as the point where age master's fees be provis- time.
1t": (' words of what value ioned and, coaled addition, to :many Now, however the plant is equippedwith reputation
' 'city modern lo-
, these should be
J--that greedy and grasping corpora I facilities
" contributeseach
Pensacola and what it other items and tee expenses of a everything necessary to handle
tion-w hat relation does It bear Where can terminals along; the gulf cated.
i''' month towards the upbuilding steamer, each day is not any small the business at this 'end of the line
modern: the Tor Purity
. 1.towards Pensacola's growth and pros j'coast oe found more i of the city but it does not show that with as much dispatch and
:, tperity* I ieqaipmtnt! more complete and the fa ; Money in Circulation.But ,amount and in addition each vessel as satisfac-
." which Pensacola gains by reason of coming to port brings a crew of men torily as can be done at almost any of
t\\ ;Some would possibly replywere: ;(duties more adequate than those to come down to the It'a
: point- the employment of large forces alongits I here and each man spends some of the shops along the line. And in just as easy to secure
*they asked the question that it bears, possessed by Pensacola by reason of.dollars and cents as it were-the
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lines contributory to Pensacola doing so it gives
the money which he has earned on employment to some the article 1
.none whatever and that its presence: the fact that the L. & X placed them Louisville & Nashville places an im; where the money if not spent directly II the voyage and frequently it is all three hundred men in that depart- pure \
i here retards rather than advances the|(I here? .nufhse: amount of money in circulation in this city eventually finds its way spent before he leaves port. It is all for the same money that you I
progress of the city and would make I I! A\'here along- this same gulf coast j I in Pensacola 'each month The here and assists materially in the circulated in Pensacola however and i ment.Will Furnish for the adulterated. If (
tbe statement that it la keeping all be found such a vast expenditure1of |number of persons dependent upon general business prosperity. And in by reason of the fact that the Louis- Money. pay
competitors out of Pensacola. money in the erection of wharves]this company for a hvlihood and the estimating the total amount of money ville & Nashville brings the ships here I Not considering' good qualities Pure Whisky is what youWiJ.
,Some others conservative warehouses is invested in Pen-II each month when of the L. & N., or the bad if
more inj 1 and as (amounts paid out expended here each month by this ones they
to be loaded. : ask for > .,' .t. .J.
their views might state that it' sacola by this same corporation 'the pay train reaches here and distributes company other items than the pay exist the company will this year furnish t, ,
places in circulation each month some True this was done to handle the coin brougnt in from other roll must be taken into consideration, A Grasping Corporation.The r Christmas money to many per.
few thousand dollars and that ,it is business of the, company and to giveit points is really surprising. It must because the aggregate amount each :Louisville &. Nashville Railroadis sons in Pensacola. and to insure their "JESSE MOORE"IlAAIl
'_ I serving its own purpose to that extent -II. facilities whereby it could compete be remembered that the company looked upon by many as a grasping having it in ample time to spend as
with other railroads but Pensacolahas I maintains here many departments ---'- corporation and one that shows no fa they may choose, the monthly visit of
But those who are in a position toknow I. benefitted by it-benefitted to ,an and in each there are many employees I vors. Possibly it is, and perhaps tne the pay train will be timed to reach N. GOLDRING.
whereof they speak and who, extent that but few realize or appre-I and as a rule .the salaries are direction of the immense business requires -here before Christmas day. This has DISTRIBUTOR
tf are acquainted with prevailing condtl ciate. The Louisville &. Nashville has above the average. NATIONAL I I that there be no favors shown. always been the rule and this year PCNSACOL FLA.
:ions stand ready to make the state- not expended these vast sums. without As just mentioned the point is that But if such Is the rule it has not applied there will be no diversion and a few
J Eicit that the Fllen N" is the greatest having a purpose in view,,neither last month approximately 1,480 persons in some instances to its operation days before Christmas morning over Handled Exclusively by-
| of all the factors contributing to would an individual or any other:corporation were employed: by the company in Pensacola for it was only a !$60,000 will be placed in circulation THE GEM SALOON,
i I'ensaoola's growth and prosperity. ,,and the view in this Instance I in Pensacola and that their combined I I few years since that the school teach I from this source.
has more at stake.more to gain has been to equip itself with modern salaries were about 6230000. ers of Escambia county were enabledto I Riera & Schad, Props.
I lIt more to loose than any dozen citi- terminals every facility' bv which it secure their salaries by reason of
zens combined. It has millions in could handle business advantaeou'1F.: \ These are not figures that are COLOREDLiGHTS I the liberality of the company As is i SCARRITTMORENO..
!guessed at or surmised They how
:,vested and is looking closely after the and for Pensacola this well known taxes in Pensacola come
fortunately SAFES OF
to a certain extent how the L. & N. due during the latter of the 'I CHRISTMAS'SALE
I J -- -- ________._--- -------- ----- -- is a factor in Pensacola's, prosperity, year but collection Is portion not demanded Agent for, .Oiebold Canton.Safe Ohio.and Lock Co-
and how many residents are in the I until the middle of the following year Office and Salesroom-20 E., Sov. St.
I- L employ of the corporation and it must and as a result the funds of the vari- 1-
II not be forgotten that hundreds of ous county departments are alwaysat
these_same residents' are ,among the low ebb during the latter portionof
best citijens of Pensacola and but for one year and the first of* another.i
their employment by the Louisville & Such the with the county
was case j
Highest of Grades Nashville would be compelled to seek'ot
High I school fund some years since, when I
r r cities to make their homes. the L. & N., upon being appealed to,;I Benefit
Take 'for instance the employees of I When you are out doing came to the relief: and paid into the 0
the. shops, where seferal hundred I treasury about $10,000 which tided the Christ Church Altar Fund.Dr. .
work'each day... Many of these,have your Christmas shopping, board over for the year and followedup
Ct been 'worxins here for years and obtaining the same procedure the ensuing ( Scott Memorial)
steady work at good salaries,I and looking for good things year. Possibly some of the large tax { j .' ,
have purchased homes ,and become payers pf the county have done simi-1' At the residence of Mr. P. K.
identified with the best interests of j and good goods, such as lar acts-paid taxes six months before j
I Pensacola. The East Hill section being compelled: to-but it has not Yonge, 316 Guillemard St.
north of the shops 'almost 'had Its I FruitCake, Pound Cake besn. learned who they are. 1

t $ origin as a residence section by,reason An Immense Business. Monday Afternoon, Dec. 17.A .
cwdi1ft of the fact that men employedIn j Marshmellow Layer Cake !
these shops purchased lots there The company is doing an immense rti R
t business in Pensacola. is
and built upon them while real estate I and the Genuine German now being handled here Freight in larger beautiful selection of Chrtttmji
holders and those looking into the fu-
quantities than before known .
ture readily saw the possibilities of Cakes "Lebkuchen, we
that section and ,erected homes for and it shows the growth of the city.
The increase is wonderful,
those who desired to reside:within a are the headquarters.Look .
not only for freight received, but also
wor1lIt Is
short distance of their; }
forwarded. In the latter has In- COPPER WORKSM.
the 'same with the men In other de- for the Lights,they A
creased more than double during the
partments. They have f milies.'tocare past three and to meet the A. BAKER CO., PROP'S.
for and what they:contribute each will guide you to the OLD years Manufacturer Seamless Turpentine Stll..
quirements of the business the com-
Lard month to various,business houses of Pens*col J, Fla.
I Hogless is now in constructingan
pany engaged
Pensacola Is no small'sum.' and were RELIABLE immense forwarding depot which WING HOP & CO.
this trade to cease it would be felt to
will handle only that business shippedout Importers and Dealers in
a large_extent.How of the city This increase in business I
r- r r-- West Florida Steam Chinese and Japanese
: They are Employed.- has been made possible by the Fancy
: connecting lines of the L. & N. and Goods.
Made under U.S. Government Inspection It may be Interesting to' some to Bakery, the opening of new territory thus en- Embroidered Canton Crepe
THE SOUTHERN COTTON OIL COMPANY know how 1,480 persons rare employed abling wholesale dealers oi the cityto Handkerchiefs Ivory; Chlnaware.Shawls
In railroad work in, Pensacolaand ,No. 8 S. PalafoxSL go out for business, which had heretofore 'Toys Fireworks. Silks and Linen,
t where .B
Embroidery Goods Dress
: gone elsewhere. The merchants Goods by
what it-doneshy; so-large a f rce'of have responded and today'the the yard "_ f,

J f men. Here Is how they ,are em- you can purchase the same. wholesale\ trade of Pensacola to something Fine Imported Teas, Etc. .

ployed and the approximate salaries of which the city should feel 31 S. Palafox Street, Pensacola, Florida. All va Work for prices Tested We and can Guar..nteed.Write Interest j


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I AND EQUIPMNT1IProf. I I ""'Ylie' Shoe Men with a Reputation. "


with-new subjects-to,:study, atid'meth--11 11ods : : "' .
J. Lockey Principal : ,
.of Instruction somewhat' str :
to him he finds"It almost Impossibleto J.
Discusses Ably the Re- do the required work.. The conse-
quence is that more'than half the pupils -
quirements of NewInstitution. entering the high schools throughout Meyer Meyer r
the country fail to pass to the :
second year's work. "W e have-at present
in the second year in the Pensa-
cola high school just 50 per cent of
i;: those entering last year from the
'CUILDING WILL BE LOCATED ON c eighth grade. The year before; little
u less than 40 per cent passed- to the

BOY EAST IN HILL-HOW SCHOOL IS TO A KEEP MATTER THE i second How year.to get. the pupils. safely over Shoe Shoe

i this rough place in their school ; J JCo1
THAT NOW, CLAIMS ATTENTIONOF course is a 'question that has accu I
Awyj? ,< M 2 tl pled the best thought of school men
ALL EDUCATORS. :v ;4 for several years., Many plans have :
been suggested but none of them bass j
By Prof. J. B. Lockey. so far made the way, ,.smooth.. ,One
About one year ago the Board of : ( EK Y 'i" solution of the problem might lie in -
i'uiilic! Instruction, finding school No. i ,. a; havIng the eighth' grade organized
tnadequate to accommodate both the y. with the high school, and .possibly
eah school and the grammar grades, taught by high,school instructors. To
determined upon the- erection of a have'them in the high school building I \ Co1
PW high school building. After com- .1'.1's where the problem-can\ be studied to '
ig to this conclusion a difficult ques- better advantage seems, a step at I
uon to settle was the location of the least: in the solution;of the, problem. I

.igh school. That it should be as .How to Keep the, :>Boys !in School.
: ar the center of the white population There is another problem of greater I 3
(- possible, that it should have enough importance still, which, the' new high STORE OPEN == ,round to allow for the future growth I school may 'help to'. solve-viz:' How EVERY i? ; Mail Orders promptly attended *
.t the school, that it should be where I to, keep the ooys in schooL In the 'I
tmple playgrounds might be provided !.I 1 Prof' Jos. B. .Lockey, Principal' Pen-I primary schools the boys and girls NIGHT THIS WEEK. to. If you cannot jJ
that it should be accessible, and that I
sacola High School. are about equally divided. About the,
should be somewhat removed from I fourth_ or fifth: grade! the boys begin I MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS I 'c \ LJ1 13J come yourself, Phone 693
ne noise and dust of the busy parts to'leave school, and ;the ,percentage
')! the city were the main considera- I The building will be constructed oi continues to, dwindle} throughout the i NOW, AND WE 'and we will send what is j
uons in the selection of the site. It brick or cement stone. The exteriorof remaining school,years.. In Pensacolathe 11.
as the intention of the board at I[ the building will not be without low percentage:of-boys-in the upper LAY "
'!irst to build the new high school oa some architectural beauty, and although .grades is. really alarming. I find WILL THEM ASIDE wanted by special mess en- : jJf i
North HilL and in fact a lot, the only the interior will be plainly from an examination of the last report 12
available one at the time was bar. finished every effort will be made'to of the United States_commissioner of UNTIL vi WANTED. ger.
wined for on Palafox street eight have it pleasing to the eye. The interior education that.the'percentage of'boysin 61N
blocks north of Lee Square. But in I -woodwork and the furniture.wil ,all the coeducational=high schoolsof <
view of the fact that the lot was only match and the walls will be tintedto the United 'States, is 41. In our .
150 by 200 feet and in view of the I harmonize with the whole. The high school only;20 per' cent of the
fact that no playgrounds could be hadin blackboards will be of slate, which pupils enrolled are,Jbioys., Last year We Wave Our Welcome to the Coming CrowdsAND I"
the vicinity of the school if it were does not.reflect the light, and the dull 22 per cent -were; boys The percen-
located there and in view, too of the gray color of.which will be least offensive tage seems to:be gradually growing
fact that this location was little if any to the color scheme of the rooms. smaller, not only in the high school
nearer the center of the present high None but the best pictures will,be but in the grammar_ schools also. I SALUTE THE HOLIDAYS WITH A BECKONING HAND.

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This wonderful display of Holiday Footwear is our Christmas Gift to you.

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Should you care to present, us and our working 'force with the greatest gift you can -' i.'


8 88 8 BB 888 888 '' 888 888 888 888 _, bestow-do your shopping early, and make your gifts useful ones. We want the ;

boys the girls the mothers the fathers. We want all to to store : :
888 888 8.88888 'i' 888888888 ,: 886 : you come our ,:' .

to o o.7' _v o-o o:v-ti a-Ct:Q r 'a a o 0 o a o a Ie; ra i_ a o la j and see what a beautiful display of Shoes we have. All suitable for gift purposes. I :

Front Elevation of Pensacola's.Proposed New High School Building.

tool population than many'more desirable -: placed on the walls. These little details give below the percentages for.'the, Ladies' Felt Slippers.$1.00Purple
lots, the school board finally will be worked out with some past, ten years for schooLNo. 1, that Men's\.Slippers i -- .
selected instead a block on East Hill care not because of any vanity about is for the grammar grades and the : Felt White Fur tops
bounded by 12th' and 13th avenues them but because they have an incaLculable high school combined.. : {: .;t' Juliets
and 9th and 10th streets influence over-the characterof 1897' 42 percent: 1902 37 per cent 75c-Black Bmbroidered. Velvet $1.25-Black, Brown and Green
The site chosen, preparations were: the pupils. If the building itself 1898 41 per cent .,1903 38 per cent Opera Slippers.. j, ; \.. v- $1.50 Felt Black Juliets., Brown Green and Red e
made for the immediate' constructionof could be a work of art and-If the pupil 1899 40 per cent 1904 36 per cent 1.25Black Kid Everett Slippers. Juliets. I.
a part of the building to receivethe could come into daily contact within 1900 39 per cent 1905 39 per cent. $1.25. -Black Felt Fleece-Lined $1. -Cadet Blue Felt Pump. d
high school students in October the building,with real art no one could 1901 39 percent, 1906 38 per cent. Romeos. $1.75-Black, Green ,Red and Gray .
ii+06. but owing to unavoidable delays estimate the good this silent influence It will be seen' that there was a ..' .i j: Felt JulieU. -
in getting the: work .und r way would work in the community. But I steady decline from 1897 to 1904. .$1,5<7 Tan aoiBlack_ Everett Slip- -ALL -- $6.00STYLES. All our Felt Juliets have belting .r
The board found it impossible to have failing in this we must do what we Whether the increase in 1905 is a pers. soles .with,.Cuban .and .common j. T
heels with or without fur
the. building ready- for use this year. can to cultivate the sense of beauty hopeful sign seems doubtful for 1906 $1.50-Imitation Monkey Skin Slip- sense tops. Felt Juliets make pleasing
Old Xo 2" on Garden'street having in the pupils who will attend this shows another decline. It must be to gifts.HANDSOME. t''
teen disposed of the only alternativeleft school. remembered that these figures are pers. iviiii ,
the school board to build a .50 Black Kid Romeos.
was Some Suggestions.If for the high school and grammar $1 HOLIDAY HOSIERY. .
temporary annex to School Ivo 1 in I school combined, and yet the percentage ALL $8.00LEATHERS
I 51.75-Black Viol Kid M
were going to suggest one or Opera Slip Y
order to provide shelter for all the pu- for both is smaller than for the : HANDSOME i iHOSIERY
o;Is of the city Under this arrange- two comforts and conveniences in this high schools alone of the United pers. !Y HOLIDAY 'i!! '
new building which do not at
ment more time was given for the States. $1.25-Tan Steel Opera Slippers. i Pair. 1
present enjoy I should ask the school i +,
planning and construction. of the high board to provide in the basement a I.i What becomes of the boys who $1. -Imitation Alligator Slippers. :
school building. rest room for the lady teachers and leave school-and most of them We have a n _
The New Building.The the girls of the school. As I have already leave before they reach the high $2.00-Maroon Undressed Kid Slip- large and complete t {r
accompanying cut shows the said this basement will be well school-why they leave, and what pers. line for If f;
hUilding as it will appear when I lighted and well ventilated and a very would keep them in school are ques- $2.00-Tan Vamp Grey Backs, Slip- ?
mibhed For the present and probably i pleasant room might be fitted up In tions which it might be well for some pers. I Ladies, Men ; J'ii 1
101" several 'years to come the central' some portion of it. The teachers and one to investigate. Something must and Children, :llt. ;
pan of the building will be sufficient the girls would I am sure, be gladto be seriously wrong with the systemof These are only a few and are offerIng + 1 j
to meet the needs of the school and furnish such a room. And I should public education which reaches but "-
'-msequently this part only will also ask the board to provide in the little more than half the boys it oughtto of the many styles we exceptional I
reach. If the fault is in the values for
it basement a lunch room. The room system f
erected. As the school grows, as have. I t
inevitably will and demands more furnished with a gas stove tables, etc. then the fault must be found and cor EDWIN CLAPP SHOES FOR MEN Xmas shoppers .
Mmc- the wings will be added, thus the pupils might under some cooperative rected. It is.easy enough to say that Slippers are useful all styles, .1-1 .
The the Arrow Patent
above style Is .
... the school is there and the boys may
mpletns and giving it a harmon- plan be served with palatable Colt Button. We have the same style In 10c f ;
if they like, and if they don't it is ,
iou and pleasing effect This: central lunches at a very small cost. go presents. Lace and others.Keith's to 200. i :
iJft:[ (' he building will be threeone Finally I should suggest that shower their loss But that is not a solution i't
I baths be in the basement for of the problem.A .
"" high exclusive of a well yen- provided
tilated and well lighted basement; under the boys on the athletic teams. Plan Offered.I ; ;
the and It has been suggested that the shall not undertake to I
whole On the first sec- say why SHOES AS XMAS GIFTS. ,
.'i>d floors there will be eight classrooms eighth grade be taken to the new boys leave our schools. There are DAINTY CHRISTMAS FOOT 1
each 2iK33 feet One oi these building with the high school. As is doubtless many reasons. But I shall Are sensible; give something that I' .
rooms will be fitted up for a physical generally known our public schools offer a single suggestion as to how WEAR CREATIONS. ; will do good. We have a variety of s.
and cI! mllJ! laboratory and possibly offer twelve years of instruction the the new high school may keep themIn '
for evening or ::&i ;
another will be divided by folding first four years being known as the school A commercial course All Shoes and styles, in all leathers, for ';. ,
door- Mtiallei class rooms. On the third the grammar school department and tific course might be offered-and yr ( .
Poor will bt an assembly ball 70x86 the last four as the high school department such a course probably will be of- what $2.50. 13 and $3,50, up to $5.KEITH'S ldw .
fw, which will seat from 500 to 1,000 Thus the eighth grade is fereo" Pupils who take this course Styles \ v ,; .
I I' "ons_ TH. hail! will probably be the last year of the grammar school. ought to be required surely to take ever be the i :
l Mded at fir!;' with movable seats The transition from grade to grade is the four years of English,"some of the Konquerer p "l,> -
H, that ill,' t fi(v'r rcav be cleared and gradual and comparatively easy until history, science and mathematics, occasion. We $3.50 f. f j. ,..
U 'd as a g1"mnasium.. the pupil enters the high school,where, and to devote the remainder of their J ,
time to commercial subjects, commer- have what you .
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------ --- cial commercial elementary Shoes tl-i
----- geography, .aw, Want. :
economics, stenography and ; 1-
bookkeeping. An instructor of 'the $350to,500. : ;
best training ought tobe placedin \ '
r very ;
L charge: of this department, and the w! t r ,
NSTMASGREETING !:I.MTK ought tl)' bf so taught as to q; He Is past the age of toys' and $4.00 .
give the pupils' who take this course :' << :
therefore appreciate something -
a ircntal discipline not inferior to would ': Men. !.
that received by the other students of mo-e: eful. Why not..get -- .
the school Most of' the commercial |I 1. Pair. :i 1
him Shoes.: A'l!' kinds, $1.25'to $3. i
subjects should be given in the last'
and a few gentle reminders in addition.A two years and the students completing I, 1 t
the course should receive a diploma -I .
Youths' and .
full of
which ought to be considered .
Boys' Clothing and furnishings at prices that make equal to the one received by those tak- ( ( -, If:
ing the other course A:1 opportunitythus ,
the heart and don't very much. !' ; <
glad lighten the purse offered for petting a fair trainingfor 10< !

Satisfaction-is the best guarantee any one can a commercial life would result, ? j
possibly, in keeping many boys in Soft for the in 1
I Rive-and that's our Long Suit. Boys" Suits from school But of course this.motive for KONQUERORS. every

$1.50 to $7.50, in Blues, Black and fancies, Double- offering a commercial courte ought I I The best shoes we know of jto sell, at soles and color imaginable, I' !
not and would not be the chief motive and cute 2oc "
light dainty :
Norfolks. Youths' and ,
Browns and
Breasted Buster '
for offering it A commercial course ,; $350 and $4. That why we sell them. i
:Men's Suits, sizes from 31 to 48 in all shades and ought to be offered oecause there is ; Get a pair for Xmas. and 50c per ,pair. I: 4 i
need for it and because
a real such
styles from $7.50 to $30. a course would greatly increase the j

Full line of Cravanettes and overcoats $5 to ,$25, value- of the school to the community.- ;

and the swellest line of fancy and Silk Vests, Neck- The new A County high school High School.while it will''
wear and 'Suspenders ever shown in the city. be- known as the Pensacola High I
School will not be strictly a city hteh .
l The very thing for a Xmas present, or, yo'u can have school but rather a county high I MEYER SHOE CO.L

your choice, from a large assortment of Bath Robes school Any resident pupil of the : t
county who has completed the gram r
and Smoking Jackets. Remember the place, mar grades will be taken' free of .
charge. And in fact'the public school'
pupils of the county who are ready to !I ttis
enter the high school will be encour- '
aged to come here: for with'ltd better
JOS. COLEMAN equipment, its teachers of special subjects I Feet Furnishers for Folks.
I and other advantareS.the! Pen !
sacola High School ought; to be able t.
212 S. PALAFOX to give a much better training than -- - -- -- .." :
the: smaller and less favored schoolsof __ _.- _ __ r -, __ .
r:. the county .....

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__'uuu _______ 'NEW CITY GROCERY' CO., A J't, r', :G. BRENTYPresident. '::- r. -,: F. R.MEADSW M. H. KNOWLES, i **

GREAT CONVENIENCE/TO- EAST i ; .. f' : :. Managing Director 4ndTreasurer.GUS ,'J:: Managing- frector. 8ir

tilt k i Means? An Era of Good r rI ; i. .' ; ; ifI
HILL RESIDENTS., .: : EITZEN, Secretary. .

Fellowship for Rich and .i .' ; ;
The East Hill residents are fortunate -
ri I in the fact that they have rightin : I ,
\\l i Poor Alike. their midst one* of the cleanest, 'ID Hi

t neatest and most up-t -date grocery ; 'i
stores in Pensacola which Is known : *

.t HOME BEAUTIFUL SENTIMENT as the New City Grocery Company

awl it is owned and conducted by ,.1-' :. '.;.
ON THE DAY, WHAT IT MEANS, these two bright and hustling'young 1 t, -: .. :
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men Geo. W. Pryor Jr., and John F.j
Pryor. I j I ffj PENSACOLAN

ALL MANKIND. This modern and well-equipped,i I (To .
store Is located at the corner of 10th 1

E n .J Avenue and 14th Street and the great I
By Mayor Chas. H. Bliss.. stock is composed of all that is usually .
found in a first class grocery.
Christmas is the great balance Everything Imaginable Is to be found
i wheel of modern civilization. It is .
; $ here roth domestic and imported. Intact
an era of good feeling and fellowship : vhat cannot be found in this

. anced forgotten something when the commercialism and sordid to everyone make grasping others is desires temporarily of cheerful ill-bal to do! :;,, store This Pensacola will is net hardly.barring all..be' found none.any wherein il LUMBERCOMP ANY II IIi I

and happy. Gifts are lavishly bo- : r y

, stowed freely and scattered tokens of as love the and refulgentrays respectare hzr

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of a rising summer sun. The ,
purse strings of the favored rich! are] MAYOR CHAS. H. BLISS. Y !if i ;.t... --- -- *.

i somewhat loosened and some of the,I I.t
luxuries of life find temporary lodgement Hawaii the flesh of dogs is served at
I in the homes of the poor. It is feasts, while most of mankind are in I U PENSACOLA FLA. fi
S ;, the one day In the whole year when the habit of eating pork with the exception 1 ,
j I all mankind to some extent recognize of the Jews who avoid the v0 Zr

}i I. their kinship. It Is the day when the habit for religious reasons. Va ;: ;.t
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'.- beautiful teachings and practices of}r Of course habits are good and bad. I!
Christianity are exemplified. The'Some good habits are better than':
I. vorld would bean earthly Paradise If';others and some bad habits are worse
the spirit of Christmas would abide ; than others. It is claimed that the f Timber and lumber.
f .the entire year. coffee habit is detrimental but it is I Exporters III
, Man is a bundle of habits. His not nearly so bad as the tobacco II
l habits are of two kinds; first are The tobacco habit is not so
. !
those that are hereditary those born the whiskey habit, though the h3bit.1 _
t,, in him; second comes the habits re- habit is much cleaner. The -
1 I i.f'tdtln' from the conditions surround- habit is not so bad as the morphine *
't bl his life. Habits that are hered- habit the morphine habit is not so Q tIt

!Itery are generally: considered natural bad as the opium habit and so on il !kk : Foreign Agents-PRIC & FIERCE London.
1. habits while those resulting from circumstances through the whole category of bad I : ; +

are considered acquired habits that make up the curses of I GEO. W. t -. ::
1 mankind and nil the world with crime PRYOR, JR.
habits. But acquired habits in process .
A *
1 of time become more or less hered h. and misery where peace and happiness !- In connection with the store there is o:: ;, . : .' Cable Address, 'LUMBER. \ **
i Jtary. The upright position in which should rule supreme. a great market. Xot the ,: ;, ":'.4_ ':- '- .' ..'. I
The world is much larger than ordinary ., '','' I
mankind walks is a hereditary habit. very
ThIs habit is to one realizes. The vast extent of the corner grocery butcher shop but a II ;f ".., ,
j practiced some extent fine raeci market conducted in a -- .- .,"' ';: lFj
human family is not fully comprehen- ,
'by certain animals such as the bear first clasr style. All the meat that is .r. y ; i
ded. The earth produces plenty to !
. f apes monkeys etc. The habit of j used in this market is brought here {.> 1
} (!eat and plenty to wear an abundance I I *
; drinking Intoxicating liquors an acvquired from the west -
'for all yet tme-half of the world have '' bythepacking housesexpressly a DIRECTORS. Po ..
\ habit but the of .
long practice : for this firm, and it is *? ..
never learned the definition of luxury.j'I' composed t
:jit makes it more or less hereditary.jf % ..
i j of fine heavy fatted -
corn cattle,
The %
Lazarus the
beggar is
on street ? ';- ..
1 Some people are born with the habit most ; .. ,, .
separated from the luxuries of the I Ii I them weighing over nv('. hun- 9fb **

1 j i> of tools making in certain music, lines others others with using with I I If !i i multi-millionaire glass.Dives by The a thin child transparent"pleeeof of-jdred,I very i >uiids.carefully This, rand meat< is refrigerated all selected >rf* i ij F. C. Brent, President' of First National I Bank, Pensacola* FIori"'I a. -: -',: l 5 **>

:: talking or trading, or some one orj I!Mender! years who should be in school |just I long enough to make it juicy and x ***
i; more of the thousands of possible i i I ekes" out a wretched existence in a i j ji i tender. Of course all kinds of specalI -I'I'I :: F. ,R.. Meade, Formerly of Price & Pierce, Pensacola, 1 lorida. ;
j things in life. In other words some 1, !ties 4
.1 ; are also sold in this
i tenement house and factory where it store such as
r are born musicians orators teachers,;sacrifices; its young life in spinning|I'i I veal pork mutton 'sausages, liver, Wm.: H. Knowles of Knowles Bros. Insurance Pei sacola Florida. i ::
preachers mechanics soldiers, sa'J-j!! *
poultry etc.
|purples and ''silks for the rich. The ._
1 !! ore mathematicians, sculptors.!)commercial I habits of the age are extremely -I'I |I The Xew City.-Grocery Co.. up to ::
1.2 : [winters, gluttons drunkards.. crimi- I' doubtful. The world has gone about two months ago was owned b/ 8s- i .;
: some one of the ten thousand j'money mad. :Many accumulate mil- % -- *
L!: things possible. i ions more than the needs of a lifetime'while ;* i ::

I .' ,Circumstances or conditions sur the toilers who produce it suffer, ..: *i ., i .
t rounding man have a tremendous in- for the bare necessities of life. ; Q :t.e
' I and 201.
.1. ; flnence on his life for they shape and'i Let us turn from these serious and : : "" ;t ; ; .,. .' ? ***
mould his habits. A child raised ina .
unpleasant thoughts and rememberthat ,
beer drinking community and a beer!, Christmas is here. Let us think ; r.: ,. ::;- 2aSdxt:h' :: je.,7S7-Z-#**##. '? ;*** "_r'",(.!o7ffl1l P ; iYiExA kx'$# "a,...,..M4f..r'M...,;H? "'i! 'i+'m** !t'! m* 4 OEs' *
drinking family is be.abeer
pretty apt to of- the Teacher .
11 great who propoundedthe St ................. *++>..*...*............... ... ... .. .. .......
with drinker considerable and unless good ho Is endowed he beautiful doctrine of the fatherhood & .I VTYillTT_ : -e...<;0AO4.O 'OMB'Q'S...AAAAAAAaA A+ UM u..u.....*..A**... *-A*.*..,.A**._**.*#O..10.. *. ... .t8. .. .>'. .. .- .,,......4..."M. .
may of God and the brotherhood of .
eventually go to excess. A child man. Let us' think of the powerful ,., -I -::.: -- ::;;- ..' ,--.- --.- -- ----T--------c:
reared in the slums among the disso- declaration! of the foundation of all] I firm,
present prosperity.
8.l Jute and depraved whose eyes' are rellzlon: and all law: To love our Creator ->, I'r ".: John'P. Prior iJ the junior partner CREDIT DUEMR..BUCKNER
feasted upon debauchery and whose with all our heart and to loveour t but his and excellent businessqualitids
ears are attuned to profanity and vulgarity I I r v.
neighbor ourselves. The -
as golden f'
; / the best
i! j place him among
! f;
cannot possibly have the same rule. "Do unto others as you ; .,: i. 7
business of the! ,
men trait
city a 11lI
i habits \ :
as child who has \
always wouldhave: others do unto you, is I I IduubteiUr_, ..from his fath'.
: inhered
been accustomed to the sweet and the most sublhne "precept! known to tm \ ; I
I 'f; 1.f. Geo. W. rryor, Sr. He was at onetime
" surroundings of a loving and man. Let the, world attempt to prac-1 a r '
; \ I!r I city.salesman for the firm ofi HIS ADS ARE REAL FEATURES OF
if I respectable,In this home. tlce true Christianity even though Ube ,j.tf .... Goo:' W:. Pryor & Sons wholesale I ., A Box of Lowney's M kes
i country men are in the habit for a day Let us hope the Christmas -f .<:t., .J : THE JOURNAL. AND MONEYMAKERS &
j& of wearing coats vests and trousers { produce; tai it i* to his credit that
habit will grow. Let each: resolve i
]t, while the habits of women are gowns in his heart of hearts to use hisinfluence 'while in that capacity he has always FOR HIS CLIENTS. a Choice Christmas Gift
]r'and dresses. In the Orient the dress to decrease the habits that I : prided himself on his record as a sales-
{ Is quite different Chinamen are not tend to fill the world with crime and iniau.I He is a close attendant to his
t "In the habit of wearing leather shoes. misery and foster the habits thatmake business: and ever en the alert for The Journal is proud of its advertising I They run from a 10-cent
} while in China sandals are worn and the world better and increase I an opportunity to increase the popularity .
patronage. It is also -proud of itsNEPTUNE to
In package up 5-pound fancy
j some European countries the habit the happiness! of mankind. In short of his firm. :
I of wearing wooden shoes is common.. let us hope and strive to make the : packages. Lowney's Candies
j I In Germany and France the habit of world one grand continual universal | THE ANTI-BELLUM ,
with all
!J ,eating horse flesh is practiced. In Christmas. comply the requirements -:
1 '- i I I ., -. .; '- of the new food law,

t J -''' _. -- ----------- ,iii i I Gto. W. Pryor & Sons when the (Continued from Thirty-Third Page.) and therefore are not raisedin .
; '''''''of' !n'''' _1i. Pryor ISros: took charge of it Since
the new management has taken black mammies as mine was will be : i
I j nothing has teen left undone\to make, perpetuated. price.A
j XMAS DAY the service even better than before "Uncle" Joe and "Aunt"* Lucy I f._ Toilet or
FonT whose
pictures are published above :
and the increasing trade tells a storyof Manicure Set
represent the genuine type of the old
I 'I l big mccess.Geo. : .
tJrLLAt Palmetto Beach.I I V>*. Tryor, Jr. is a young man school. Soutnern colored folk. ,: or
They all
1 I as of their kind do.
: 23;)
; years of age. Bright, handsome,; '
happily in a little cabin about two : :; -:' Military Hair Brushes
* (I Ii bighearted and a thorough gentlemanin II pair

i n every ,retie of the word. He Is just'I'I miles Uncle north-west Joe is a of man the of city.all worka t. :: also makes an acceptable
Pensacolas Athletics the kind of a young man who would
vs. make a success: of anything that he wood an chopper erstwhile gardener prince ,of coachmanand the old .. gift-rand: our stock is com-

I Understood. He is liked by all.and always type dining room servant Aunt : 'plete, at prices that will permit -:

- ; : respect His frank; honest face Lucy is a cook, a curse, a house you to buy what pleases
; wins
confidence instantaneously.: His "
Admission girl-excellent at either, but as she
35 Cents whole heart is wrapped: in the success said to.me the other day. "I loves to > you.HOOTON'S.

.. ... of the New City Grocery Co., and nuss white( ) folks' cbillun better'n I Ii BUCKNER. I _
=>' to his enthusiasm is largely due that j I
t. jI I i ennythlng. I general make-up, but it is particularly PHARMACY :
-'------- --- '- -- -- -- .__ __ I proud of Its veil-worded and well. .

written. large advertisements.A part of the credit. should ,". The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery. ..j
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" . ., .. ... ... _. ... .... ... ,., ea22222aee2222a2ea. to Mr.Neptune; Bnckner expert ad- PHONE: 1100. '
I I* -.y. f-K h' -:iCti/- aiM1f ?. I.
,. number of ."
large Pensacola's .
: "
p *"t progre3- ,;.:. ,' .'- : 7I .
UI give firms for the past two years. I :-$' 1'-. .Ii"v>'.7-f,. "

f The Greatest Value Ever Produced. Mr. Buckner up to-about one year! .. ? ,i' ; ?
im ago was a resident of this city but I

. oWing. to ill-health he was compelledto i I
-- -== locate at ids former home. Asheville -
m ,xfV (<,t"( ; N. C. The firms for whom he II I
nis bis so much clients so stuck, In fact to him that and most they all are of I "' The Leading 3 for 25 cents and 10-cent staight Cigar

f. clinging to him yet'to say nothing of Sold in the United States.
BLUE RIBB. N- i the new ones he has added to his listfrom
, Ittt m time to time. Lp
: ., His work Is high above the ordinary. yA
t'H'* His snappy style of ad writing has t
'* been generally admired and these ads
b 'W* **ftl 111 have brought In many dollars to the _- GENERAL ARTHUR
'M: -- *"' firms for whom they were written. Mr. '.. If
; N: W Buckner's ads as they appear in The ,,
Journal -
are frequently reproduced In
: m their original form by some of the 4 4ly'

leading advertising periodicals, and tall .
m Vanliia Extract 25c cases! the comenta'that follow avery :- s?

flattering to him. l :' s 4
, Mr. Buckner well educated and i ia is ...,
: writer. His style Is convincIng
rtJ and impressive, and'with it all he .
j N is never verbose. ,
" I t The best compliment he that
; JIB 4! Made from the finest Vanilla Beans that k UI he has ever received lies In says the fact '. .
Absolutely that
grow. still writing the ads of the
.- :: i iru Erst client he ever had. for whom 1
pure, goes twice as far as other kinds, and the "Blue Ribbon has ben writing continuously for the ...

1\1 k Flavor" is perfection. ru past nine years Mr.. Bnckner Is si-1 '
f ', _'. N -enthusiastic In bis work and all
r.'UI, of--bis spare time Is devoted to the t
ro't *"1 study of advertising business. He Is
I& k.- UI a
I : YY aTkz a ;: ;:I-'tt :
t 'ea2222222e22aaa22e222 Wr > Ye *!1'f '! ,. V ->F"y.7C !., fU perfect! gentlemen a strong at and all times andpossess
. 2ae2aaaa222aeaaeaeaeeaa a sonality which always makes:... ten. ]

r t Trherever goes FrankReiIIey, Agent Pensacola, Fla


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III S.. A. FRIEDMAN, PROPRIETOR. : )v'. il ii..a -S: : .! i i


III Fine Wines, Liquors Brandies ,_ Gin9 Cordials_ Etc.I : ::; : :: I. 1 e ei i l i i



ggg . '' > RE YOU, going; to do without, or wait until the last minute, or get.it from 'some_ irresponsible dealer who is more than apt to give you the kind that IS fit for a jig; r-. t i

gnu A dog. My business has been established for 15 years, and at a time when competition was keen. There was, but one way to succeed, and that was to give them an fi nx : ; "4 !;1 ,

illIII:: \ honest dollar's worth of honest goods for an honest dollar. The fact that my business has grown steadily since its birth, is a sure proof that I HAVE KEPT... n ', t .' t


a.NN1* *a., a great deal larger in fact, than I ever expected it would be. I buy In large quantities'and I.pay cash. This means that I get the ,closest rate and can sell you 't.\1' "!!'

HHH taa JJJ cheaper and better goods than anyone else in West Florida or South Alabama. I WANT YOUR HOLIDAY BUSINESS. I guarantee to p lease you, and I will keep my nnl ." : !

pun HnnHHH word. I have !the' goods and I can give you anything that you want in my line! no matter,what it is, from the lowest tthe highest grade of domestic and imported liquors. ea; gag nanHHH I, : ,: i. 1

I am like all progressive business men-I like big orders and offer. inducements to large buyers, yet the individual who buys just a little at the time gets just as good } l .

*Hnnnnn***** service and just as good liquor as the man who buys in larger amounts. Send in your mail orders and they will be promptly attended to.:. All I want is twenty minutes a ang ;

nnnaaa before the train starts. Ring Phone No. 179, or address to P. O. Box 303. HSi ; : r- l.l.I[45

nnnHHH saulimia li rmsa a sli sls tr 6ishliis' '15TbTn 6isDii$51fliTadIoblttiaoi6sif3c l .:' fll. I
NNN ))0 CO( :: "
aaanntj: o This Is ten-year-old pure RYE Corn Whiskey.PURE Miscellaneous.Duffy's Pure Kentucky Liquors.Choice ))0 \ a ::I" 'F '

gfi o matured WHISKET.straight blended whiskey from under well. NORTH CAROLINA CORN.R. Malt per quart............?$100 Old 'Rye, per gallon..........$150 CAPE MA y .\$ 0( ilt t' :
1 the personal supervision of the Crystallzed Rock and Rye, per quart 1.00 Choice Standard per gallon......... 2.00 t.
************ o distillers. H. CATES &. CO. Crystallz.....Peach........and......Honey......,..per... Golden Grain No.1.,per gallon...... 2.00 .
quart. 1.00 Golden Gram No. 2 per gallon..2.50
ps .................. ......,...
.... Freestone Freestone case.....................$cents 8.00Old Damlana per quart.Courage........Gin......(.Red.....Lion.....)., 1.00 Silver Baker's Brook Old Rye per, per gallon.gallon........300.,2.50 Eil
................ ...... PURE RYE "
HHHHHH 1.00 Cremc de Menthe ........ ;
!! Harvest quart. peuart. 1 75 Meadow Brook per gallon. 2.50' /
.... ... ... .
.. .
Old Harvest case.. 11.00In Maraschino, per quart............. 200 Golden Wedding per gallon........ 3.00 ;
... ......'....... ..... .
$1.50 $2 $2.50 $3 $4 Anisette : .. .. .. ::
Bulk per gallon per quart 2.00 Brookwood per gallon. 4.00 co( ,
****** ................... ,........ i
S. Grabfelder & Co. Curaco per quart. 2.00 Rye Malt per gallon $3 00 to 4.00 i: i
aaa Absinth, per quart................. 2.60 Montreal Malt! per gallon.....,..... 4.0a CI nl '" .
nnnaaa 'King William Scotch, ... ........... :! I .
per quart. 1.50 S. A. F. Pride per gallon. 503
Louisville Ky. Pure Old Brandies. ........... At "Old Zach" was u .'1''if
: De War & Son Scotch per quart. 1.50 Silver Brook per gallon. 3.00 q( '
aaa Champagne Mumm's pint.... ...... 2.00 to the Mexicans in C( :::::: I
,1N.2.N Hennessy (3 Star), quart............$2.00 Champagne Mumm's, quart.. ...... 4.00 1848, so is this Whiskey Of UU:: ',;
----- ............. Champagne Werner &. Co., pint.... 1.00 to other brands in A .-e.f.
Martele (3 Star. quart. 2.00
NN. Pure Cognac........................'. 1.50 Champagne, Werner & Co. quart... 1.75 Miscellaneous Beers.Blue 1906. They fail before a : ; .
Cognac Brandy. In bulk per gal.$3 to $4 It. leu I i. 't
They have, after repeated experiments Pure N. C. Apple, per gal.$2 to $5 ........... ap ;
IHi succeeded In producinga Ribbon per dozen. $ 1.50 1
+ whisky that they unhesitatingly Pure N. C. Peach per gal.$2 to $S Blue Ribbon cask.................. 11.00Pabst's .e :: '
................ Rock and Rye, Etc.
e Apricot per quart 75 cents ......... aa:
IgI" R Export dozen. 1.25Pabst's
o recommend to everyone who ....._........... per p r i' .1
91.00 ..............
N a wishes a pure whiskey for medicinal Apricot,. per quart...... ........ Export cask. 10.50 a N
.. .
fi. v ? yy6,4, purposes r* the following Apricot per gal ; $2.50 to $4 Rock and Rye, per ......$ SO Cook's Evansville, per dozen..,... 1.00 p a is H 1 LIb :
a ; price: Blackberry per quart..50c, 75c $1 Rock and Rye per gallon.......... 2.00 Cook's Evansville. cask............. 8.50 a1; Per Quart,
5H pq Blackberry, per gal.$2 to $4 Rock and Rye, per gallon.......... 3.00 Red Heart per dozen............... too j
.. r ...................
Pure Rock Candy and .
o Rye Whiskey Red .tleart. cask 8.50 >o a '
2NNN per gallon..................$1.75 to $3.00 a .. q ,
ONE Peach and Honey gallon $1.50 to $3.00 $1.25.
ij A QUARrJI Ale, Porter and Ginger Ale. b a llllD .
Nfl Bitters. r("t'{llbo> i ..
Bass Ale, bottles, dozen.$2.00Gulnnes's :
pint 'tEp <
: : Stout, pint bottles, dozen.. 2.00 Gins.Pure .................... tI N::N "
.bottle $1.00Hosteller's ,
.Angustora flL :
$1.00 a fli1I .
I Bass Ale (Dog Head) pint bottles, .................. n : I
...... .. ..... ........... bottle. 1.00 Four Quarts :
p dozen. .. u. 2.50 Holland I Gin, In bulk, per Pecho bottle........................ 1.00 b Itjl!kt ; !
** ::2 i .i Belfast Ginger Ale pint,! bottles! doz. 2.00 gallon. .I .$1.50 to $4.00 Vermouth (Italian), bottle.......... 7Sc. .
.5E.... t Tom Ginln bulkper, .gallon.. 2.00 to 4.00 Vermouth (French), bottle.......... 75c delivered, i Igi l. ,
.... .J1r*
Gin Phosphate In square quart Cherries In .Maraschino bottle. $1.00
::tHHEH Wines. bottles, for the kidneys....... 1.00 p .{ ;
(i6b' ff .i for.Q: it

Sherry, Port. ,Blackberry, Scuppernong Mineral Waters. tIftM7TURcnN.WOOD 1
and Catawba. Ruhr: a $5 00 '
.:igg..NN Hhan..Cash Acfnnmalmu, tin Ordtr.* I have In stock unfermented Wines for Whlte.Rock, split,, dozen...........$1.50 b 'XE .LO WED BY AGE: | I
.... ......
Imported aniDo.ne .
sacramental purposes, at special prices. c tper gal.$2 to H v* White.Rocks' : pintj dozen. 2.75 itu
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I .nnn nnnHnn nnn..... (I. Just Received from Sacramento, Calfomia, Twenty Barrels of Port Wine, Sherry, Catawba, and Blackberry Wines, which will be sold for tba Holiday Season at $1.50 per gallon. I i1 j ii H111

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:::;:; Parker Rye. I Private Stock, Beaver Mellow. I I Montreal Malt t. Rye.. Friedman's Kentucky Beers. ;>I. .; .i ;

Iii ; 9.1
Silver Wedding.None Atherton .Rye.Bottled lLiil'IJ j. ,
aHS Enough Said. Five Years Old. A Pure Eastern Rye Without This malt stands without a Royal Standard.You OSH fzop 'uoqqiu onlS Ssged \. !
.NNN.1N12 '
--'- Purer a Peer.If rival It contains the medicinal In t'
aaa Pabst Blue Ribbon, cask. 11.00 "{ I.a I.
: .,
HHH: I:. Try It and you will find out. None Better! This has no superior for the qualities.that are required know Kentucky Is,roted Bond. 1 .:.: fl ,
N ..}. Fully matured In wood ..;t1 ,;
::U I 1 before; bottling.. Is absolutelypure you' want a good, honest for family 'and, Invalid I for 'Itspr tty women, fine Pabst Export doz......$ 1.25 H r.it ;
.....aaaa ............... .........,....; and not to be exceeded In piece of goods-'not too high' In of Uncle Sam i I
One quart. $ 1.50 Per quart .75 cents quality by any whiskey produced. price-try this. use. Don't forget the name. horses and good: whiskey. In A stamp guarantees ..

aaaHaa Four quarts............. 5.50 Four quarts...............$3.00..' bottled.. Five Cheapest years whiskey old when on One quart................$1.00 Per quart...............$1.00Per Friedman Kentucky Ryes you _the,age and purity. Pabst Export, cask ..... 10.50 I g lU !

aSll Twelve quarts............ 14.00 1 the for It.market at the price asked Four quarts............... 3.50 case.................. 11.00 will find a perfect blend of all Per quart................$ 1.00 Cooks Evansvllle'' doz...."... ii .. II

mm I- Suitable fop any occasion.HHH : One quart..............75 cents Four quarts delivered,to'you., these good things and the Per aOC................. 11-50 ft. I iCook's
N HHH**NNN am sole agent. Four full quarts..........$300 all Cash skinned.! with order. Got them if cash accompanies order. h effect Is one of pleasure. Evansville, cask.. 640 g U ,! ...
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2 aaa.y..22 Broodwood Rye.Absolutely SILVER KING Budweiser Rye Jefferson Iii 1iN !

*.*.-**.** A GRAND OLD WHISKEY. ill i t
Sgii This Particular r Brand for Particular People. I

MsuN By.all the best 22j4aulisu44 N i
nnn Pure. means Club

HHHHSa [' value for. the money .
:::::: .S ever offered. BEWARE OF.IMITATIONS n..J ,
p ST thFt t a5 J' \ ,
g III g Finely matured.by'age. t -. t
} { r As the Declaration of Independence i I :
HHH Smooth,mellow and : ,.f.w t.r..a.A Is to the peopleof .11 : )d :

N"11N.NjNN 1 g /) palateable.. f Fllll- the United States, so Is i :

::MN < .. "JEFFERSON CLUB" to JI ')t
See hat the Label bears
NNtt '
NNN .HO osl"Mo8SnrURODUSt -. trademark. those who wish a pure mild .gag I ; -

HH 4tu'cNNii The Ideal our and pleasant whiskey. .. It t tt

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.:.::N'1:..:: t 'WhiskeyIf e uantu.I 1' PRICES. It's I t 8 Years Old. g 1( I !"
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_"!"! ... $ '' One full quart. -1' ., .$ 1.50 ,
I 1 OO per,quart pe+rwuel e _
ili?!:: 1' If you have never used- .12'quarts $11.00: Four ll quarts. . 5.00 pl
the celebrated brand 'of J Prices.
uE ;
U:: q O BROOKWOOD RYE a Twelve full quarts... 14.00 I
::; Y / trial order wiDeo.mice t I ? ''i Per Quart. ........... .$ 1.25 Eli. ts t:, t

11 I i .C-L 1 I for you either that It social ia unexcelled or >medicinal S. A. +Friedman! .e.Per j Case.. ........... .- 12M I'flfi 1 13ii

ut: ) purposes.l ___:The:A lilskfey that: has..given_ to_ "
s::N:::; i Iif l Distributor, the owners prestige over all other 'f
::n I S.A.IR1eANNN. distillers. Favorably known from '. ,
2222.. E1YM._ -- a. 1 Per J.OO 4 Pensacola, -_ Fla. 1 the Atlantic to the Pacific-from EXPRESS tImJ
quart, $ r Canada to the Gulw. PAID
Everybody 'has a 'goOd word to'say : !
N M ', THE I. ... +? for this brand because it de- on Four Quarts when money Is l 1
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Dannie had not sold his papers as the young man back toy the drugstore''it to you on that medicine. it was he left the room, stood few moments its big round. eyes, called out cheerfully about. Dannie this Is' my. sister there's lots o' ladies and girls goes

readily as usual that day. Even the across the street. Once inside the t bully." at the telephone irr'-so'ately turning. -. Mary. and this Is "my sister Nancy." in, too And say Dannie them p<'11'
Uiorring papers had been a drug on store the young man appeared to forget -j I "I tell you old, man," I'm I've. the pages of the 'directory, then his "Hello Dantel-ln-the-Lion's-Den! Don't Beth girls greeted him- cordially and sacola girls are jim-dandys. TVv
the uncertain market of the transient all al-out him and became engrossed -j I staid here.so long gassing to the Doc-:; face cleared: and excte'rr.ing"HI I I[you like it?" Dannie's face fairly welcomed him to the traveling party. dive and swim and bait their ola
buyer Thp Denver people and the in a conversation with a man ftor I 111 have to skip. But "Ill give 'do it myself adding with 1t'[beamed with pleasure as he responded'Then Crafton turned to a bright lookIng hooks and-o joy I forgot \W Kn
jtnifcgers alike seemed too absorbed|I behind the counter whom Dannie I yo1i a dollar if you'll wait here till smile as he drew en his overcoat:i eagerly: / boy about Dannie's size who was catch big old sharks. Yes sir-bis a*
by their Christmas shopping to care! recognized as the owner of the drug- I get back and then go with us to the "then it's sure to be yell done." I j I ")Tiy, sir, it's the best I ever had,I hovering near and said. : this room-big. enough to jes knor-
Bbout the great divorce case, the big bore.Hosr: !'station and look after it for metill, Taking his hat .te- spoke a few I! it seems so real. But Gee' How I do I'hands"Come here Rubberneck and shake:'a big old war ship clean down i tj
graft ii: New York and what the new good and warm it was and the train starts. Is It a bargain?"f words to one of his clerks went out hate to wake up." with Doc's brother Dannie. kingdom come. Honest
govel r.or intends to do. how'glad Dannie was to be allowed to;I Dannie's eyes fairly glistened as he rand did not return for half an hour.:i By the time the doctor had convinced -: Dannie; this" is"my Brother !\e& You I "Don't it cost loath o' monvy
; boys ought'tonave- together
This, was an unusual indifference intte linger in that comfortable atmosphere.jsaidI Then he was laden:with bundles and the little fellow that he was"wide ; j anxiously inquired Dannie.
And how he did wish the druggist I "Sure, sir." followed .: which awake and that the ; on this-trip, so get quainted and
shopping! district along Sixteenth by a boy with others, clothes} were! while eat j "No not much anyway you can
moush lepers to keep alive the sturdy I and watch that no thieves got in. shelf behind the counter. Keep your::: soon as the boy was gone the Doctor: his own, Dannie'a hair hal! been put "Say brother, can'lDannie, and me That's the biggest paper ,ri
.I i;? Spirit within his little body. .An'11 j,I While he was trying\to think of some eye on It. I'll]] ring you up Doc. later.",j: carried them into the room where he in order,-he had tried on th" overcoats eat at this little table by ourselves" j I i Florida I want some ChristI ". ,-.,
),>-./ ft WES dark and he had sold but way to convince the druggist:; that he I As Mr. Craftoa left the Doctor con-,, left them and going into the adjoining and selected a Ions warm ulster that ]so- we can talk all we want to? j I money and I'm goin to git a jo!> .

frv i uf :Jiis bundle of evening papers.I! was all right and would make an hon-, ducted Dannie back of the prescription ::: bathroom turned on the hot water, reached to his heels, and a cap that,i, "With' the laughing the greatest reply of but pleasure"i let DanII -- i The Journal and you can too. ]\$:
Tb? Bttlpllowand he did look est night-watchman and would be'S desk into a comfortable little room 'glancing at the still sleeping boy as could be pulled down over his neck- .they'li fire you if you don't has':>
.. ale have mind
10 lit Me :;.]111 helpless as the warmly I glad to stay awake and keep stirring;!!I placed him in a big leather chair set he passed him. Removing his hat,:. and ears.- -I| "' a 'word now' and... then- That's business brother says and to
jlo-'bed: prosperous looking but unseeing ,abcti for the privilege of being in that' a big sup of hot milk on a stand be- coats: vest and cuJfs he carefully!! "" 'Phone Doctor," called someone, II you. 'some o' them gazoos says :you d;";} l
crowd? of men, women and child-![i I good. warm place the druggist was;I'I side him. and after learning his name turned up his sleeves, then with some- rapping on the deer I ,And so it was arranged.' The' two, leave 'em 'a paper why you jist .cr.i

: ten .-stlcd him aside-stamped hisjjchlnsr :: j I I'-R etching him and presently called and that his father and mother were difficulty, roused the sleeping boy and. "All right Now Dannie, take Mr.!I,men the and two the girls 'sat at one table'and had to pony up for that lost paper. '!.cry

: ffin their almost soleless!' :: out- I dead, and that he had neither brothernor almost before Dannie was awake, bad Crafton's grip out and put your newspaper I their independent happy service youngsters at'a'smallerone don't want me to carry papers csasr
upper:*, an) thrust his blue hands inItnI' "Hello there, boy! What do you sister said: ''him' undressed ia the bathtub and bag in the bathroom with your near-by. you have to hustle out at 3 a. m ''If
',1- r?':;jed jacket and tattered want?" "Well my boy. drink this as soon as was vigorously scrubbing him with other clothes and leave them there I brother says it's good for me. ... j 'n
: ",.,.!**: n *;')!ld them close up under I Before Dannie could reply the; you can then stretch out on that soap and warm water, following! with a If there's anything you want from What a 'feast of-good things It was" made a business man o: me \
his wsjh arr.'s in vain attempts to lean young man whom the druggist called? couch and go to sleep. It will be about quick sponge-off with clear cool ,,, your pockets,- better get it nowand I for: the half-famished little 'newsy.: then the boss sends all the news

H* Miffprings from the cold. For Craft on, turned to him and exclaimed: two hours before Mr. Crafton gets water and a rubbing with rough put it In your new; pockets while Tin I Oysters stewed "In milk roast turkey on The Journal to the shows sr:;..
It "";'5 "two below and still falling' "Hello. old man! Tired waiting?1 back and you can get a good nap" towels end left the little fellow glow- busy." stuffed with oysters cranberries times. I got in with the gang difj.
h* Ti-rnl a policeman say. Why what's up? Got a chill? Here,. Dannie looked anxIously into the lug with life and warmth. Then tck->r. A11 right.'sir: And with- a new feeling pumpkin and mince pies' Ice;: cream, ent times when I was there. and "vn!
The Child's thin legs were covered I Doc what's"the matter with this boy? druggist's ey >s and said earnestly.,. ing a. new .suit of soft, ,wool hose, of selfiT5pectl' the. clean well ] cake candies: raisins and oranges. to the opera house and to the street
but Tot protected by a pair of thread Look at him he's shaking like the .I "I" would Hike: to earn that dollar from "the radiator where. they had clad child transferred two nickels, ai Fortunately Ned's appetite was that fair and a circus. And O" Hin<->--
f ttrt c itton trousers held up by a rope' dickens and look at his eyes!" j i sir. been airing and 'warming, the doctor wad of soiled strings, two nails: a''I of .a healthy vigorous" growing boy the carnivaL We can put on false:
1 over en* shoulder and held down on The druggist came from behind the' "And I want you to earn it, my boy. : slipped them on the tink form of the broken bladed! knife., .a short strap'with ) so that Dannie's ravenous appetite was faces, and dress any old way. and-
,;' one i by a rusty safety pin that 'I counter took the boy's hands gently[ So lie down as soon as you drink all bewildered chili! who was now grinning "a broken buckle, .a shoe button, not noticeable.- was the first timein j I "Times up," called Mr. Crafton.
* fasta'TiJ} It to an old stocking top forced him back onto a seat, and in I that milk. Then as Dannia still with '4eIht! .nd' amazement and several other equally precious I' his life he had ever ''eaten all he J i I IStuff those oranges, nm. and
too short tuck into the looked beseechingly at him he added wanted and,, aside'from the Thanksgiving -
1. that vas to !, quired-or rather asserted union increased with every moment possessions from'his old pocketshe raisins and candies in your pockets,
ehal'b-? shoe that shrank from meet- "Been out all day son?" gravely: "You can trust me my boy; For, In a f<*w minutes he had been holes In which were ingeniously tied dinner' 'which the Denver boys, and let's be off'
In. it. while bent rescued '' 111 wake you up in ample time to. I annually ,furnish ,to their news-
f a hairpin. 'V es sir. i:completely: outfitted in a suit of hood. with twice-and proudly distributed papers i And Dannie's satisfaction was
from the sidewalk connected.the other "Nothing to eat?" get that dollar" and left the room. [I warm new clothes. and new stout them, among the numerous receptacles boys, the child never before had an when a waiter brought complete
t of his trousers with fairly good Dannie had just emptied the opportunity to' eat such nutritious ;
1 leg: a Dannie's tears would come. and he cup,' shoes. in his new jacket and trousers. overcoat and helped him
i stockIng; which, though it had no heel could only..shake hi3 head. The druggist draining the last drop, and thrown)1 "Now Daniel-in-the-LJon's-Don when When the doctor.returned and found food so palatably cooked. And never then handed him his wih\\nv! it on.
did have a good toe which kept it in went back of the counter and soon himself full length on the leather! you get your hair oroTTly brushed' him with overcoat on, his in before had any.meal that he remembered smile like cap.he a naand
cap one a just was
his ce. And that meant a good deal returned with of couch when the druegist returned been flavored with" such true O'Ail.
t i a big steaming
, cup you'll be the nicest looking youncsterin hand and Crafton's .grip in the other, I'And then to the intense o.Udu ,.f
to tv wretchedly clad half-frozen white liquid. with Mr. Crafton's grip and said Denver. You're head hospitality and .shared with so truly :
all and
; right and I'm UD awaitin -orders, he was the' doctor who was secretwatth: .
and desperately/ hungry boy. "Here son, sip this. It's pretty warm smilingly- ;!.proud of you. Here are combs and erld'ntJy.pJE'ased with his congenial a companion as Ned
the Dannie
protege. boy
At last, miserable and discouraged' and "Where can you put this DanielIntheLion'sDen proved to be. How' .the older ones log nunrhallant i\
youll have to go slow at first. brushes, and when VQU are through' "Say Dannie: how'd you like to stay ; drew a lot of coins out of his ixx-k'-t.!
he saw a man come out of a drug- But poor Dannie's hands shook so so you won't forget It?"' untie that big bundle -and select with mp and be little smiled as they heard Ned say:: I[
one my brother.
them his
spread out on palm as "
ptore. hurriedly cross the street and that the druffgit kept hold of the cuo Then, picking up the canvas bag in'''of the overcoats and one of the "I'd like .It" fine sir." "We haven't been to Pensacola I
caps- I ,had seen men do to pay him for a
go to a restaurant and involuntarilystarted and held it to the famished boy's blue which newsboys carry tljeir papers, the ones you like best, you understand.Try "And leave :Denver' tonierbi and since the storm-that Is' Mary and I ,
selected two nickels and. sob
after nhn crying the evening lips until he had swallowed* several continued "Hello! Are these this them all on before the mirror to away down' to Florida for several Nan and me-but brother says, it did paper
taper but the waiter with "thanks"-tben turned"
pan just as the little fellow reached nectar: that sent a warm glow nermeat- How manyonethreeseventenAll slick up to, young man, or you'll outshine "I'd like to go anywhere'with you,'' city and have more 'ships ,and ''finer
back to the table and began to follow
the curb. lug his grateful little bodY Wb-n the right 111 take all of them. You'll me" and he went Into the bathroom sir." streets than !ever When we get
'Aw, what's the matter with me anyhow cup was empty the drugeist carried it let me have them at the usual price to closing the door behind him. "Think your folks 'd care, if I prom- there let's go down and climb into I the example of Ned and stuff his
?" he muttered. "I ain't got no back of the prescription desk followedby dealers. I suppose? All right! and Dannie had not' -spoken a single ise to be just as good to you as 'I one 0' them big old ships'-that was 4: pockets with the fruits and nuts they

more git-up in me. and my feet's as the young man. well divide the profits. Putting his word during the whole performance know how if I take. you away to- wrecked and. play we're on a big old i had not had time to devour.
heavy as if I had on some o' them "Doc I'm distressed about that boy. hand in his pocket he drew forth some but the expression of thinned nightFolks island where there ain't nobody but I When at last they hustled into a
chaffurs big warm shoes lee! I wish What else does he need?" change, counted out several nickels in delteht.and uncertainty amazemeat that- ? I aint got no folks, sir" ba-ad Indians-real bad ones you street car Nan said both boys lookci!

I had. Ill Jes wait here till that chap "Food clothes shelter. and-and a business like way thrust the hand illuminated! his face bad more than was the sad reply as Dannie felt the know. I spect there's a. whole lot 1 like "knotty black Jogs"-for she and
4 ccmes out, though I guess there aint mothering. The boy is half frozen grip into the bag handed all to Dan- the doctor. Now he stood looking repaid -lump in his throat and tried to swallow 0' big old cannons on our ship and I! Crafton' had added the oranges, outs
nuthin doiu' Gee! But them pies and more than half-starved. The sudden nie, threw a rug over him and left the ; at the door that shut out his- it well fix 'em up. 'n then well 'sprise and candies left on their table to the:

does look sood.; I bet I could eat coming into a warm room thawed room. The weary child looked gratefully friend. Then he felt' of his sleeves "Who's been taking. care of you the whole town Christmasmorning I store in those pockets. .
all they is in that window." And fora him out too quickly for his empty after him drooped the bag on and gently rubbed down the front of son?"' firin off all' them big old guns.Don't .. A few moments later the jolly party
moment he was lost in the imsgInar" stomach That was only hot rnlk I the floor holding the long canvas Bis'new jacket and "WelL.l mostlynobody) .Cold niehts you. bet. well scare 'em good,"- was aboard the Denver and RIo
pleasure! of devouring all the pave him. and I'm, going to give him strap and the money in his hand slowly. down: the lees Stooped of his felt the pressman let me sleep on the-*paper and both boys' chuckled delightedly Grande train bound for Pensacola
pies and cakes. and other good thin s another cun." drew his knees up. smiled the rug over trousers: felt throusrh them new the in the press room. .An' a policeman -, at the-picture thus 'evolved from theiri II IIj While Mr. Crafton attended: the weary
to the his ears and snuggled his head downon gave me".an.apple tim girls. the doctor went to the rear platform
Cisplajed tempt rasserby. lie "But ouehtn't he to have something; buckles of the suspenders that held one -an imagination of all the Pensacola
the cushion and ito -an' a lady 't I found her watch give t .: with the boys and cold as ii t
was scon recalled by a familiar fantresa more substantial? Let me take him was sound asleep his hose then prodded first people hurrying out before daylight
and throughto before the druggist reached the soda ; one lee; me two big- 'sanwich 'and a nickel j was, allowed them to..stand there and
and: nausean. peered over to the cafe and fill him UD. I've then the other with ito tremblingly Inquire .Into the isa-
a forefinger I :
see his possible customer still in ordered supper to be ready when I fountain and handed the empty cup to *" murmuring -last summer. And-' his eyes glowing reasonable salute. "Don't you bet watch the last'city light vanish as

side. "Gee! That feller must be or- get hack and 111 just take him over the attendant I "Them sure does feel. lik'e1 real gratefully" -"O sir. jes. look what they'd think 'twas a earthquake they glided more and more rapidi::.
derin* a regular: Christmas snread. the and let him eat for an hour or two After talking: to the policeman on !legs in'reat sf kin" .* ThPn. my you done! For a moment'the 1oetor's "Wish 'twas summer so we couldgo away from the only spot on earh
way he's Atudvin' that bill o' fare. while I'm cone""No. that beat and spending much time atj I ,,, passinsr face-twitched and he bit his -lip I swimmin,' interposed Dannie. Dannie had ever seen. As he open of i
a slowly each shoe
and that girl's takn' it down. No sir! Better leave him here till you the telephone making various in-;' tuzrinz epfttly at over the IscW "And thcen and ,savagely."Is Then he asked softly: : "Summer nuthin," scornfully said I I the door to re-enter the car he cal!: .:
He's not going to eat thing! He's auiries. and satisfying himself that the thereanyone you ought to tell out:
; a ; return. This will get: his stomach ; Ned. "Why I ain't never been, therein ,
shees is the: kind I
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very *n you are leaving town Dannie?
,Anyone '
tuft tin' his coat and coming little "newsie" was just what he "Goodbye Denver snow' and cold
01 up ready for as square a meal as he can school boY wearin SfraieMeu- who will feel hurt and summer and we jes go. swimmin'all
Evnin sir? Times" seemed-a homeless neglected but worried '"Twenty-three Denver-cried Ned.
"J napers the time if we', want to.
ine hi etance unless
"No. Xo pauers." Then, seeing the eat"When they returned to Dannie that truthful and reliable little man-the room UD.until* It "rested'oii'wandef the about! 'bundle The "Xo--they sir. know:Xot as where I know you've of gone, lessit ? ,I 1 "Gee! Do you break throughthe'. I_ ." ightl" n..and .car- fare. ," gleefully

little fellow shrink away the young brave little chf o was awaiting them druggist Dr. 'Warren Cleveland was I he'd been told "to untt .* "111 see if be the pressman. He's been real ice? Must be awful cold." shouted Dannie.
man stopped and said more kindly- where he had first stood and as soon standing looking down noon the soundly It rattle's." And walttnsr over to good sometimes when he ain t!j| "Cold Dannie? Why man theydon't (This will be followed by one or
"But say. how would you like to earna as they appeared, called out cheerful- sleeping boy. Carefully lifting the where it laid on a chair he pattered rushed and I'd like to ask him to let :1' never have no Ice to break. more stories in which Miss Beck will
quarter by carrying a small grip for rue;. he eently: examined the his finders over the wrapper startinga : Shorty Nubbins-he's the big newsythat's course its kind o' cool 0'1 tell of Dannie's experiences after he
mar ly"I'm scious child from head to feet. uncon-I = ;But brother says if them {reached Pensacola and FIorida.-Edl'
I all right now Mister and readyto little at the sound evoked. then always fightin you know, sir-
"All right sir. carefully tucking the cover in 'd of Denver's tor 'Journal.)
that wherever : sleep .there. agin, cause Shorty people see one
I carry grip you wantit trying again. Just thn the doctor
"Come a'ons then. little form he gritted his teeth together .
never meant to hit me so hard, but grounds covered with ice the'dhini.
Dannie cheered and somewhat limbered to go. As soon as I earn that quarter straishtened up and stood for opened the door and seeing the -
he was l just that cross and tired, you it was a stray plate glass from one o'
I up by the prospect, followed Doctor I'll be right back and pay awhile in deep thought. Presently wrapt expression of the thin face with know sir." I['these big business blocks" and both :

cf ."All right We'll call up the office |boys ha-ba-ed again so happily that C. V. THOMPSON
i "Zip and talk to the pressman." everybody near laughed in sympathy.
Nsxs\s\a C'm
I :* ***** j The:doctor' was well pleased 'wi h "And O, say-" globbled. Ned with THE STATIONERNo.
t C what he learned-over the 'phone, and his mouth full of turkey dressing 30. South Palafox St.
| then Dannie talked with the brusque "we can i have row: boats on the New Style Holiday Papaterles, Peter

I I & J, P. WILLIAMS President! A. 6. CARSON 1st Yice-PfKideat. T. A. JENNINGS 2d Vice-President. J. F. DUSENBURY, 3d Vice-President! &: promise but kind-hearted that "Shorty"pressman should got sleep his In]ers bayous and and go across launches'the'bay or big to steam-the Pan Paper and, Napkins, other and Novelty Shelf Purees Paper., French Crepe

t 5* his place, and told him good, bye beach or out to the Gulf. And we I Stag Christinas Novelties.Cards.Tiny Post enclosed Cards. Booklet Booklets.

r 1 When they retured.to the little sItting can go bathin i in ,the, !rf-but you Vanity style Hand Bags Gent's Purses,
! I room thedoctor drew' the boy to.his'side have to have bathin' suits 'cause ,and Bill Folders.
.. and 'said: Look over our stock.
; "Now my boy you belong to me I -=----- .
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r and I to you. I have no one to look
1 SAVANNAH -$ JACKSONVILLE $ COLUMBUS .-: after me but' you, and you have no *+++++
I ] PENSACOLA'g one but me to care for you. f j" w lRYAN lliS1Nothing

J' g her I am to be your brother Remem-I CHRISTMAS GIFTS 'IN CUT
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g : are my .
. Is more suitable for a Christmas gift or more appreciated by +
. want anything ask me for it, whether
J't I the recipient than a piece of Jewelry or cut glass. My stock was selected .
it's money marbles, candy or clothes. : for the special purpose of affording something suitable for this purpose. .
I was a boy myself and know all about Here are just a few of the offerings: :

it;. So don't be afraid to ask me, nor Diamond Rings ........ .$10 DIAMOND to'5185 I Diamond GOODS. Stick Pins .... ..$5 to $25 :
: to tell me anything-good or bad. I'm i Diamond. Brooches ... ...$9 to (50 I I Diamond Lockets ..... .$10 to $30
P. WILLIAMS COMPANYNAVAL going to trust-you, Dannie, as I would WATCHES. +
I J. have trusted >my own little brother Ladies' size, 20-year filled{ Keystone cases ...................$12.50. to $20 .
if he had lived.: Sometimes when I Solid Gold, 14 Jcaret..,'..........:...;:*..'............................$22 to $35 A
t: Solid Gold Diamond set -.................................................. $47 .
am worried-or busy or thinking of : Gentlemen's 12 and 16 size 1 watches ............................. $14 to $40 .
something else, don't keep away from CHAiNS AND LOCKETS.
me' if you wish to speak to me or b.e : Solid gold Neck .Chain- ..........._.............................$3.50 to $10 i
with me. I 's-antyou. above all things Solid gold locket ............. ,;...................................$3.75 to $15
to feel free, to come to me with your .T Diamond Lockets ..................................."...............$10 to $30
STORES AND COTTON .FACTORS confidence so that I will sympathize : Cut Glass Pitchers ..........x.................................$4.50 to $11.50 .1 I'
j *"* wIth'all your :.troubles and-your pleas- Cut Glass Bowls %..............................................$3.25 to $3.00
5 n-i.M ures." Then more ughtly: '"You see T Cut Glass Vases ...............*.................................$2-25 to $7.00
I'm .T c. Cut Glass Nappies ...,;............................................$1.25 to $3
Dannie only.' a lonely'boy. like'you,, A. Cut Glass Sugar and Cream Sets ...............................$3.25 to $5.00
f and 1'm"liungry somebody to love: '
218 -South Palafox St.
me and take care of me, and'I'd'rather These are simply 'a' few of the many articles I am offering and all of .
If have you than any.one.I know." o my goods are fully guaranteed. If .not as represented! your money back.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS' And I'd' rather--:;- have you!" said .

happy Dannie. W. A. GAHLENBECK
"Good, let's-shake it, told fellow." ,
J 218 South Palates Street
And their hands met in a clasp that
t ANDWHOLESALE -- cemented their brotherhood for. all ..........+M.+.....+................+..........*.+>+*

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If' Now, Buddie-by the way I'm your
! ; GROCERS brother Warren Cleveland hear-get j
i4L that grip and well go get something j ;
tci eat I sent my grip down to the I J
station this afternoon and then well
t board the train for Pensacola Florida -

ri : H When", they entered the cafe they I' T To

f. ; them.found Crafton The two near young me door men awaiting'spoke.

with and Persons earnestly to each other and then Craf
i || Correspondence Operators Desiring Turpentine Locations Solicited. ton turned to Dannie and. in his

!' whole-souled, hearty way as if it was 0
. gj the usual thing to have ragged frozen I j
newsboys turn up in good clothes and j
join him at late supper in a' fashion-
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"Here you are. old man. Got my
grip- all right; I see. Well here's your !
f i PENSACOLA OFFICE THffiSEN BUILDING dollar, for you've earned that all right, ;

too>-and he.slipped ten nickels and
;I t i! r! five silver dimes Into the boy's jacket S

f & pocket For imitating his new big
brother Dannie had thrown his over

L .. coat open as soon as they entered.
I ; "I'm mighty glad you're going withus

rt i and Tve got a little brother back '_"e t" '-" -
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on. Doc. MRS.-LOUl3, PPEIFr R. .
-c : Ii In another moment Dannie was Full assortment of Christmas Toys at tow prices. All kinds of dolls big and
to little ones. Large assortment to select from-also Tea Sets, Express Wag:)"$,
presented two ladiesin
j t4n : %i55> N::' 'iJv 1I being oung etc. Come In and look at our line.
l I & Sj sit*.::3cr5nN'Anvrvn\-* .: : z I I: this fashion I PFEIFFER'S' BAKERY
II -_ . .i, "Here girls is Doc's brother Dan- Ha. fce nthe standard for .ar .. Send .In your Christmas orders for Fruit
Cake. Pound Cake. Ornamental materialand
Cake. W. give you the beat that good

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A Story of the State House. j ing me out" for slamming his door north wing just beyond these offices. nounced his candidacy for his old the manner of conducting the state's H. Williams, of Tallahassee; Chas. H. sumed practice in Tallahassee In 1909 r 4
We pass familiar faces in a crowd.' but I run quickly across the hall into The old state library gave way to the position of secretary of the senate business. It was during his term of Dickinson of Madison; B. N. Mathis, he was elected to the lower houseof
*d street on a busy morning, but in the executive office and find shelterIn new staircase and the old senate and it is said he has enough votes office that the capitol was remodeled, Tampa; Thos. Watts, Lake City; Miss the legislature from Leon county '
th' mad rush of life they as quickly the big arms of Mr. Charley Fin'.ey.! chamber is cut into offices, the new pledged to elect him. He is a faithful and the executive offices were moved Scott, of Quincy and Miss Edwards and two years later was elected to _
,iibappcar. and on the instant our Major Russell's office was on the third hall for these solons being in the official and a big hearted man. into the new building where they occupy of Lloyds. :the state senate. He is living la S i
mnds revert to the business we have floor and we seldom disturbed him be-,. new wing just beyond these rooms. Mitchell. the entire west half of the north The comptrollers office occupiesthe I Tallahassee and is the Florida counsel ,, '
in haud for all our energies and every cause there was no attraction such asa I{I I Executive Department.In The.administration of Governor wing on the main floor. The eventsof east half of the north wing on I fcr the Seaboard Air Line Railways .
mute of our spare time must be tower on the capitol at that time 1890 Francis P. Fleming, of Jack- Mitchell was not a very peaceful one, this administration are of too re- the main floor besides several officeson i Judge Raney was succeeded by Beni -
utilized in the proper fulfilment of and the major was like the secretary sonville, was governor, and Chas. A. but his life among his official family cent occurrence to need mention here. the third floor of the building. i jamin S. Liddon, of Marianna, who : I
the day's work. Such is life in the of state-he liked the boys, but he Finley of Lake City, was his pri- was pleasant in the extreme. The Governor Jennings retired from officein Treasurer. : after a few years service resigned 1
'wentieth century. The lazy man of wouldn't stand for the fuss. Occasionally vate secretary. Towards the closeof governor had a remarkably bad temper 1901 and moved to Jacksonville, During Fleming's administration he .and was in turn succeeded by Francis i
inday was, perhaps, the busy man ofa we would slip off at night and this administration a bitter fight' and when he "fired up" at''any where he is engaged in the practiceof appointed his private secretary E. B. Carter of the same town. Juda a
hundred years ago. In that day the go up and sit awhile with Sergeant for the United States senatosship was thing in the building that did not go his profession-the law. J. Trlay of Jacksonville to succeedthe Carter served eight years on the court #
busy man enjoyed a morning chat in Ellis, the watchman, and then go in progress. The legislature elected to suit him the entire clerical force General Lang was succeeded as pri- late F. J. Pons in the office of i and resigned last spring to accept th. 1
tea: office; today the social caller during home so full of war stories that we'd Wilkinson Call, but the governor did would "step lively but no one ever vate secretary by Charles H. Dickinson treasurer when that official died and i.judgship of the first circuit and waS l
office hours Is a nuisance and welcome fight battles and lead armies all nightin not think the election was legal and had a kinder heart than this man. No of Madison, and Mr. Randolph as Mr. Triay served during the remain- succeeded by Charles B. Parkhill, of
in but few places. But with our sleep. I didn't know why they appointed Col. R. H. M. Davidson. one dared to cross him and yet every stenographer by Miss Grace :Mann. der of that administration. At the Pensacola. ft i
all the rush and excitement and sensation called him Sergeant but I knew he Then the secretary of state refusedto clerk in the capitol felt that Governor Broward. I. next election be was succeeded by Judge Milton H. Mabry retired from 1 1l
of a busy man's life even he must have been a great fighter. ( sign the commission or to affix Mitchell was his friend. When the present chief executive I. Clarence B. Collins, of Marion county. the court in 1900 and William A.. 11 t l 1
has moments that he can occasionallycall My first recollection of the capitol the great seal thereto. The governor The governor had many things to took over the reigns of governmenthe Mr. Collins served four years and Hocker. of Ocala, then judge of the
his own. :Moments: when no telephone dates back to the time when the instituted mandamus proceedings to try his temper during his reign of four retained Private Secretary Dick was re-elected for and began upon the fifth circuit was elected tQ succeed .3 c
has to be answered, no orders grounds were enclosed by a high force his secretary to sign and attest years as Florida's chief executive, but inson, and Miss Mann was succeededas discharge of his duties in his second him. Judge Mabry went to Tampaand '
given, no reports} to receive, no accounts picket fence. Since that time how the Davidson commission and the perhaps that which nettled him most stenographer by Miss Elsie term when his great misfortune befell resumed the practice of his professIon 'IJJH
to check, and nothing to at- ever a beautiful hedge has taken its fight over this question was a bitter was the Corbett-Mitchell fight in Young Douglass, sister to Mrs. him. The history of that sad affair but in 1904, accepted the position :- .
tract his thoughts or engage his attention place. .Two fountains have been built one. The supreme court speaking Jacksonville. He was determined to Broward. In June, 1905 CharlesH. is still keen in the memory of of clerk of the same chart h t '
as he whiles away the mo- on the grounds and since the freezeof through Chief Justice Raney, decided prevent this fight and issued an or- I Dickinson resigned to accepta the people,but however just the judgment -had once presided over as chief jusl''C9.
ments of a quiet evening in the hallowed 1896, when many of the massive that the signing of a commission by der for the state troops be In position in the comptroller's office I of his peers may have been in, In 1901, under an act of the legio'i '!;.-
precincts of an unpretentious oaks and nearly all the pretty flowers the secretary of state was a ministerial Jacksonville on the day scheduled and M. A. Brown, of Jacksonville this matter it remains a remarkablefact tare Governor Jennings appointed
home And here, surrounded by all were killed, numerous gravel walks duty and that he had no discretion for the fight to take place. Just I was appointed. Mr. Brown I that the people of Tallahassee, Evelyn C. Maxwell, of Pensacola. J. l
those ennobling; Influences that go have been laid out through "the in the matter. The secretary about this time some one sent him I only served a few months when he among whom he had lived and F. Glen of Tampa, and William A..
to make life sweeter, and men and grounds where once the roses grew in complied with the order of the court a ticket from Tallahassee to Jacksonville I also resigned having been appointed I who' knew the man as few I. Hockey of Ocala as supreme con:1
women better, he can turn back over wild profusion.In I but in doing so wrote on the margin and another one admitting i sheriff of Duval county. To succeedMr. I people did remained loyal to him commissioners. The amendment to
memory's pages and, perhaps, in the sixteen years, covering three ad-lof the commission a brief history of him into the contest. The stenographer Brown the ,governor appointed J. I in all his trouble. On leavingthe the constitution increasing the nun
wreaths that come from a clear Ha- ministrations and parts of two others, J the case and the reason why he sign- for some cause, failed to take I Emmett Wolfe, of Pensacola, who is treasurer's office he retired to ber of this court having been r.i-: F :
\ana. see again the pictures of comrades many changes have occurred in the ed it. This commission, when pre- down the governor's comment when I discharging the duties of that office his orange grove in South Florida fted by the people two years later, the -
in scenes that have passed, but official life of the capitol and in the sented to the senate at Washington, the letter was opened. I' today. and there spent his last days in rommisioners were discontinued and + t
the memories of which cling to ns. personnel of the employees in the several -, was rejected and Call was given his Before Governor Mitchell retired State Department.The peace. He was a deep thinker a brilliant the governor appointed Evelyn C.
from the executive office in 1896, he first secretary of state under writer and forceful orator.
and grow sweeter as our years ad- departments of the state govern- Maxwell, of Pensacola; Thomas M
\anct It is only after such dreams ment. I seat.Since retiring from the executive was elected clerk of the circuit court the Democratic rule since the war Treasurer Collins was succeeded by Shackleford. of Tampa and Robert S.
that We realize fully, "How swiftly Capitol Remodeled. I office Governor Fleming has held no for Hillsborough' county and entered was W. D. Bloxham. He was succeeded James B.Whitfield of Tallahssee,who Cockrell of Jacksonville to be tIle
rolls the torrent that bears us toward!I In 1901 the old capitol was remodeled 'I other public position but it was stat- upon the duties of that important office I in 1881 by John L. Crawford, only a short time previously had resigned new justices of the supreme court- r s
the sea." i j and the order of arrangement ed that in 1896 he was offered a placeon as soon as he reached Tampa. of Crawfordville who was reappointed the position of clerk of the In 1901 Justice Maxwell resign. .
1 love to think of the old capitol I''!'of the offices was somewhat changed. the supreme court, which he de Four years later he was defeated fora once and elected four successive supreme court Mr. Whitfield servedin and James B. Whitfield of Tallahassee
at Tallahassee: as I first knew it; ;:i A wing on the north and south sides, clined.. He is practicing his profes- reelection to this position, but in times. Of the service he renderedthe this capacity until Governor Jennings war appointed to succeed him.
when as a small lad, I romped throughits ; and a large dome have been added. sion in Jacksonville and has a large 1902 was elected county treasurerof state and of his value as a public appointed him attorneygeneralIn Office of Chief Justice. C
spacious halls and played in the together with the massive stone stepson and lucrative practice. He continuesto that county and was serving In official I can say nothing that could 1904. He was succeeded by William The office of chief justice of MO: -
beautiful flower gardens on its cam- the east and west entrances. The take a keen and active interest in this position when he died in that mere appropriately express the sen- V. Knott of Lake county the supreme court is decided by lot, the-
l llU<.. Those were days I like to dreamof old stair case leading up to the legislative all public matters. city in 1904.Governor timent of his people than to quote present treasurer.In judge drawing the lucky card servtn; (
an| I can see the drawn expression halls has been removedand Mr. Charles A. Finley after leaving Mitchell's private secretary the proclamation of the governor is- this department the chief clerk as chief justice during the remains! I* F
on imcrnor Mitchell's face now a grand stairway erected in the the governor's office, was elect- was General David Lang a brave sued upon the day! of his death and for many years has been Charles Mun- of the term for which he was elecUJudge d.
as :-w In lags me down from his favor- center of the lobby. The old repre- ed secretary of the Florida senate and soldier, a courteous official and a I being unique as an official proclamation roe, of Pal atka. who accepted the Raney when he was cho' :n '
ite fig tree: or that other day when he sentative hall has been cut np into served in this capacity for several knightly gentleman. General Lang in the fact that it was the first position under Treasurer Crill and chief justice succeeded Milton if r.
had n>e and a crowd of my comradeshcounns offices, which are used for committee terras. Later he accepted a position resigned the office of adjutantgeneralto state paper ever issued in Florida has served under the succeeding treasurers Mabry. When Judge Raney resigned
the grounds in search of a rooms during the sessions of the with the University of Florida (then accept this position and so well I without having affixed thereto the without Interruption. The other from the court Benjamin S. Lid<1oa
purse he had lost. I can hear the legislature, and the new representative Florida Agricultural College) at Lake did he discharge his duties that when great seal of the state. For the first clerks in this office are G. T. Whit- received the appointment and servedas
venerable secretary of state "bless hall occupies that part of the, City. A few months ago he an- Bloxham succeeded Mitchell as Goy time in her history Florida was without field, of Tallahassee, a brother to chief justice during the remainder If,
ernor the efficient secretary was re I a custodian of the seal which by Justice Whitfield of the supreme of the term for which Raney vr "t'
-- --- ------- tained and served the state in this law must be affixed to every official court, and Edwin Barnes, of Marian elected. Before Judge Liddon had
capacity with credit to himself and document. The proclamation follows na, son of the late comptroller Barnes. resigned from the court Justice R.
to his chiefs throughout two admin t} : The treasurer occupies the same quarters Fenwicx Taylor had drawn the luck,:*
istrations. "State of Florida, Executive Office he had in the old building.AttorneyGcncral. card and served as the head of the i
Reared amid military surroundings, : John L. Crawford, secretary of state court until January 1905, when Jus-
four years of his life having been of Florida, a learn&d physician, a Among some of the well known men tice James Whitfield slipped Into
spent in the service of the Confederacy -! member of the second assembly of In public life today who have served the berth. Judge Whitfield only had '
THEBAY (and the cause knew no braver i Florida, afterward a state senator for the state as attorney-general mightbe one year left of his term, however,
soldier), he was able to render to the I sixteen years later secretary of state mentioned George P. Raney of and on the next draw Justice Shackle- ,
state invaluable;services when, as her for twenty-one years, truly a public Tallahassee; Charles M. Cooper of ford proved the lucky one and he will
v vC _. 8V adjutant-general. he was given the j I servant for nearly forty years, distinguished Jacksonville, and William B. Lamar continue as the chief Justice of Flori
; task of reorganizing the state militia. for purity of character, of Monticello. After leaving this office da's supreme court until the expiration
4 In! 1901 he accepted la, position in the :'honesty of purpose, and' faithfulness Judge Raney was later chief jus of his term in 1909.: K,'
treasury department, and 'in 1903 resigned -''I to duty, is dead."Notwithstanding. tice of the supreme court and Cooper The present clerk of this court, M.
this to 'accept the position of j his feebleness and Lamar were both elected to. con- H. Mabry succeeded Bartow B. Wilson ll
ELECTRICCOMPANY head bookkeeper at the Florida Hospital I and I lingering illness, the intelligenceof gress. who had been connected with
for the Insane!' where he is' now his death came as a shock. The Mr. Lamar served as the head of the court for many years and who
located. No man ever served Florida closing of his life,'so useful, honorableand this department for fourteen years was a courteous and efficient officer. 1
more faithfully. or deserves more illustrious, at the end of one year and when he resigned to accept a Mr. Wilson is now living in Atlanta '
; at her hands. To know David Langis of his present term to which the seat in congress he was succeeded by where he is the secretary and treasurer + ..
to love him L to be his friend is an i i state had called him, causes great James B. Whitfield, who served About of a large wholesale drug house
honor. |I sadness the people of the state of one year when he resigned and was Other valued employees of the court !
I II Ieg The stenographer during' the first'I Florida: and deserves 'appropriate and in turn succeeded by William H. Ellis are Laurie A. Perkins, of Tallahassee rfI
part of Governor Mitchell's administration sorrowful recognition. of Quincy, the present incumbent. official stenographer to the judges
was Hon. Cheever L. Shine,) "Now therefore, it is hereby re- In the old capitol this office was Immediately and Reuben Williams, of Marianna, I'
cuested as a mark of regard for the south of treasurer's office
now of Pensacola. Mr. Shine resigned the librarian. i ,
this position to study law and was distinguished dead, that the flags upon but in tho remodeling of the build Railroad Commission.The .- f
e succeeded by Mr. J. H. Eames. I I the capitol and upon all public buildings ing the space occupied by this office legislature of 1897 reestablished
PENSACOLA FLA. Bloxham. I|i of the state of Florida, Includ- had to give way for the stair case the railroad commission and under ri
I I The change of administrations in ing the armories of the Florida State and the attorney-general now has the the law requiring the appointment of 1 1+
1S97 did not cause much of a shakeup Troops, be displayed at half-mast, and quarters formerly occupied by the one railroad man, one lawyer and ons r.
in the official life at the capitol. that the state offices be closed until comptroller. The clerks in this department farmer as the first commissioners, ,
I 205 SOUTH PALAFO Bloxham's administration started off and including the day of the funeral, are W. W. Trammell of Governor Bloxham called to the service #
; in the midst of the wild scramble over and the officials and citizens of the Quincy brother' to Park Trammell, of the state Henry E. Day of f ,y .
Call's seat in the senate and before state, for a like period, are requested and Chris Robertson, of Bristol. Gainesville; R. H. M. Davidson, of e u
this was hardly settled the Collins to unite in appropriate tokens of re- Superintendent Public Instruction.In Quincy, and John M. Bryan, of Kilt- ,P '
PHONE trouble was on his hands. Following j!I spect" 1892 Major A. J. Russell, of Jacksonville simmee. Col. Davidson was elected f'
570. close on to this came the war Governor Jennings, immediatelyupon was succeeded as superin- chairman of the commission. At the ,
W. T, BIDWELL, President. r with Spain. During the latter]1'I the death of Dr. Crawford, appointed endent of public Instruction by William next election CoL Davidson was succeeded
part of his administration, however the latter's,, son, H. Clay N. Sheats of Gainesville who as commlsioncr by John L. '
.... there was little to disturb the execu- Crawford, the present secretary of served the state for three terms as :Morgan of White Springs, and Henry 1
.) tive in the routine of his office. Per- state, to succeed him., In the pri- the head of her educational department E. Day was made chairman. In the
AGENTS FOR- : haps no man in the history of flori- mary of 1902 he was elected for the and who in turn was succeededby primaries of 1902: R. Hudson Burr, of {
da has held the confidence of the people unexpired: term and in 1904, was re- William :M.: Holloway. also of Dade county and Jefferson B. Browne 1 p pof
longer than W. D. Bloxham. His elected for the full term of four years. Gainesville. Key West were elected to succeed ;j
home in Tallahassee has been the The chief clerk in the state depart- Major Russell died in Jacksonville Commissioners Day and Bryan, and j '
scene of many notable gatherings and ment is John F. Dormon of Live Oak; several years ago, and Mr. Sheats Mr. Browne succeeded Mr. Day as the
The "Blakeslee" today is & hallowed spot in the cap-. the corporation clerk is Samuel E. since leaving the service of the state chairman of the commission. In the '
Engines itol city. Here near the place of Cobb, of Madison, and :Mr. Crawford's has resumed his occupation of teach primaries of last summer Newton A.
his' birth, among the people with ,. stenographer is Miss Bessie Taylor ing and at present is the principal of BUtch, of Levy county was elected ; t
whom he was reared and. has lived!(lof Tallahassee, daughter of the late the Leon county high school in Tal I to succeed Commissioner Browne -,
he is spending the evening of his life,{j I W. R. Taylor of Jefferson county. The lahassee. and when the commission meets in I
surrounded by a people who love and state department occupies the offices Among some of the men who have January a new chairman will be se- '
GAS AND GASOLINE idolize; him as few people have ever formerly used by the governor. served as chief clerk in this departmentare lected to take the place of Ji r. a
loved or idolized! a public servant. I I Comptroller.W. Tom F. McBeath editor of the Browne.Tte --
4 The saddest blow of his life came D. Bloxham was appointed comptroller Florida School Exponent at Gainesville three original members of this
MARINE AND PORTABLE ENGINES. to him just after he had retired from during Fleming's administration and D. R. Cox of Tallahssee. cutaniteion have all retired; Farmer s..' a b
STATIONARY a a public life and in the midst of that to succeed the late W. D. Barnes, Mr. Holloway's chief clerk Is :Marvin : Bryan is farming in Dade county. La"i r '
DIRECT-CONNECTED PUMPS AND PUMPING OUTFITS, time he had long looked forwardto of Marianna, and served the state in C. Mcintosh, of Hawthorne, Miss.. yer Davidson is "lawing" in Quincy :
HOISTS, AIR COMPRESSORS'AND with pleasure when he and this capacity through the remainderof Clem Hampton, of Gainesville and and Railroad Expert Day is "railroad- ,
WELL DRILL RIGS.Manufactured his devoted wife could spend their this and the succeeding administration. Miss :Maude Marion, of White Springsare Ing" in Jacksonville. Just where J"K. I
days in quiet enjoyment away He was succeeded by William members of the clerical force of: Browne will go when he retires from i
from the cares and free from H. Reynolds, of Polk county. Mr. this office. The educational depart-j, the commission next n.onth is uncertain rMe
the responsibilities that rest upon the Reynolds was not a stranger to th? went occupies the offices occupied though rumor baa it that ht -1 :
family of a public. man. Only a few people of the capitol as he had served by the secretary of state and intends locating in Jacksonville and a
months of this blissful life had been several terms in the state senate prey just across the ball from the present resuming the practice of law.
White-Blakeslee Manufacturing Co., Birmingham, _-- spent when the wife of his youth; ious to his election to a state office. location of the state department. I The first secretary of the oomin's: ,
Alabama. the steady companion throughout his He was a very quiet unassuming man, Commissioner of Agriculture. I' sion was John L. {'dy. of Tallahassee {< !' .
career, was called to her reward; a but was quick to make friends and Lucius B. "Wombwell who was at the' I who Is now one of the leading -, .
I blow to him. the effect of which none''was an exceedingly popular official. head of this department from 189!> members of the Tallahassee bar Mr. .:- 1 :
who knew the saintly soul'I'I He was reelected at the Jacksonville to ]1897 was a citizen of Jackson Neeley was succeeded by Royal 0. i
This is not a make believe engine a toy, built to sell by mail order houses or give!' away with a box but those I uIt
of soap-but a high-grade standard horizontal ,throttling type engine-built in exact duplicate of partsas of Mrs. Bloxham can half realize.To convention of 1900. without opposition i- county and was a very efficient officrr Dunn, of Madison, the present secre : ;
Talahassee! during lie died a few days before
for ten times the that home, where once rippled :, but died in just tary. i
engines selling price. and mirth of his splendid the first year of his second term. His his' term expired In 189,and was succeeded General. ;' 1 '
the laughter Adjutant
These engines have a.heavy solid base, big crank shaft, ample bearings, heavy connecting rod. special {
and>wife and family live in TallahaSseei by B. E. McLin. of county .
where the bright ,
construction for wear and adiustment In buying this engine you get a good, reliable] substantial first- children holds position the present commissioner.In When David Lang resigned the office i. .' F
wife Mrs. Reynolds a
devoted where
of his
class piece of machinery, es-ecially adapted for any small power or for any use. tHere sunny disposition during ,|.4 i in the Florida Female College.To this department there are, two of adjutant general to accept the to-
is an opportunity to set what you hare wanted in the best that can be built nt a price regu- shed so many rays of his life happiness and where succeed Comptroller Reynolds ('IE'rks110 have been In the employof position of private secretary to Governor '
larly charged for the ordinary cheap "coffee pt>t" type often seen on the market. offered you by people the hey-day Old Roman Is spending his,t'the governor appointed Alonzo Chu'chi the state for many."years. C B Mitchrll Patrick Houston oT f r..
who would not know a gasoline engine'from an air compressor, much less a good engine from a bad one. the Grand and retirement the,i Croom, of Brooksville. Mr. Croom Gwynn and H. S. Elliott of Tallahassee Tallahassee was appointed and serve : .
days in peace cd until his death! in 1901. when Oov- ;
primary of that have been connected with this department .
eyes of Floridians are constantly turned was elected in the ernmJennings appointed W. A Mac- f
snd few public men have gone to i,r year for the unexpired term and hoI so long that like McIntosh Williams of St Augustine. Shortly t ; J
the capitol in recent years and left I I years later elected for the full term and McGriff! in the comptroller's of afterwards MacWilHams resigned and ; 4
Now is the Time for Electric Signs. without crossing the portals of that!* of four years. flee, they seem a part of the office. J. Clifford R. Foster the present Incumbent a '
home and paying their respects to the i j This is decidedly the busiest department Mr. Gwynn has charge of the land matters was appointed. Both Houston r
man who Florida has so signally honor.d -1 of the state government. and Mr. Elliott of the aericul- and MacWilHams had been stat I '! *
and who in turn has honored the i j There are several clerks in this department tural investigations and matters pertaining before their to ; t
of Electric I senators appointment f
We will be glad to make you a price on any kind Sign or any state by bis brilliant achievements in I I that have been there for EO to that part of the work of this office. j r>f 6!

other kind 9f Electrical work, big or little. We are equipped to handle any kindof her b:-haJL Few men have gone into]J many years that they seem in a way this office. The latter gentleman State Chemist ; ft
that Loire and left It without feeling j ito I be and form a very part of the comes nearer being a' "walking en-1 I .
electric work and our men are experts. Our rates are always reasonable. that thpy were better men for having I comptroller's office. Among these cyclopaedia" than any man I ever William A. Rawls. formerly of Tftt. ,
i'r may be mentioned Emmett McGriff knew. John T. Costa. Walter McLin, laliassec, but now of Pensacola. TOOceeUeil J
done so.James
H Randolph, of Tallahassee,I'IW.I M. McIntosh, Jr.. E. G. Chesleyand of Tallahassee; J. C. Lining, of Lees- Robinson as state chemist ia ('! ; t
the stenographer to Governor j I Zach Myers. For many years the burg and O. M. Jacobs of Gainesville 1S'J3: ::, and served until 1D01:) when be 1" .
Hicxfeara. On leaving the executive i chief clerk In this department who with the above mentioned gen- retired to accept; the position of ," ,; i
office he entered John S. Hopkins University : rendered valuable services to the tlemen, compose the office force of cashier of the Capital City Bank ia ., 1
The Electric at Baltimore and four years. state under several comptrollers Commissioner McLin. i Tallahassee. Three years later he 1 t
Bay Company later graduated from the Medical : was TO M. Mcintosh, Sr. and on Supreme court j was elected to the legislature frog .;, IN
department of that institution and is. his death a few years ago he was sue The supreme court as I first remember -Leon county and was one of the moat 1 :
cow one of the physicians at the Florida ceeded by Will C. Croom a son of it, was composed of George prominent members$ of that body last I -
Hospital for, the Insane.. the comptroller and a very efficient P. Raney. Milton H. Mabry and K- year Mr. Rawls was succeeded by r "
'Street Pensacola Fla. Jennings.., and courteous man. Araonj other Fenwick Taylor of Gainesville-' Since Captain Rufus A. aRose: of Kisslia- _
205 South The administration of Governor W. clerks in this department, some of that time there have been many mee. who is not only an expert chem. .
I S. Jennings marked many changesin whom are well known over the state. changes in the personnel. of the court. I 1st and a courteous official: but an aQ
official life at the capitol and In' are John Denham. of Monticello; A.I*'Judge Raney resigned in 189, and re- round good fellow. '

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Homecoming Day for Memories I II 5n ATIDN. ; I FLORnDA SHOULD HAVE I '

:I(' By Judge Chas. H. Laney. ARMYORL K '

: : : : : : / I By State Senator John S. Beard. 0 0 .

-.,.. Organization Is Doing a I I
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,II' busy hustling age where ally fighting to preserve the Confederate .
c f concern is for the present Capital. Savannah had capitulated Splendid Work In
is future a little retrospection two days before and Shermanhad Complying with The Journal's request which should always be avoided whea t '
Foi his one day let the dreamers were no luxuries. and but few of the legislature taking thet There are many things la the Constitution t :
: tiMing castles in the air and necessities in the land.' It took three By Capt H. F. Harman.It preliminary steps necessary to I that a well-considered and
tt ;tcucal business man desert his hundred dollars In a depleted currency Is no longer necessary to explainto convention to revise the constitution I constructed Instrument would leave to ;
Ifor We I id the public what the Salvation Army of the state. legislative there
gain. enactment
ICI go madly k to buy a single dollar In gold. 1 ; are some
,, ...n for the future almost forget- r rVa Our ports were all blockaded tight. Is and what the workers of this I am of the opinion that a convention limitations that should be In the Constitution : '
t.., the past. There are hallowed 1t Coffee was worth a hundred dollarsa organization stand for because every to frame and submit to the peoplefor + x Q s A< which are not there. The
tfllli'rleS: with which we have not +: ? Ww: a pound, and more, and it took fifty thinking man and woman can plainly ratification a constitution Is not I sata a.ckc. whole instrument needs recasting, and
;ined for years and sacred al- 4F, f a ahP 4n.a dollar! to buy a paper of cambric only expedient but 5a necessity. The q; A can only be brought Into an Intelligi ;
/ts where we ought to kneel once ? needles. present constitution:, whisk was sat'f ble and satisfactory shape by a con'I
/fri Send out a royal proclamationt ;" zt That Christmas Santa Claus I ulated in 1885; ratified' In 1886 form-I vention. '
t nr the realms of mind and fling which went Into effect on The conditions which prevailed In
t' PS of memory wide to see the i hax brought me a piece of home-made fix. w f day of January 1887 as it! ? v. U85, when the present Constitutionwas
,t. .otions trooping home candy from sorghum syrup wrapped left the hands of the framers, Is at I framed and which produced this ,. i', .
mends of long ago knock gent. in a piece of the Richmond States- best a bungling piece of legislation.' bungling, no longer exist The causes
!h the door and we commune x Edward A. Pollard's paper. In addi- In saying this no reflection Is latendIed I producing those conditions have long M
to this I had '
pocket knife
a, 'q The baby who left her toys, a 3, upon the distinguished gentlemen since disappeared and of course with
w: ',i<'tied, one bright Christmas day made from an old buggy; spring in v At. who constituted that convention. In'I zSTATE; them the conditions. A convention of
! .. fluttered back from beyond ther : Y the plantation blacksmith shop. This y character and ability, the constitutional I to-day possessed of very much less:
was the last Christmas under the old 'x ,
and settled In our hearts again. ''convention of 1885 was, with the! I ability than the Convention of 1885.J t
regime. Before another ?
I lice hushed, but echoing from year the ;, 4e ; exception of the Secession Convention, could and would build a more satis {
J angel: choir, fills our souls with I!I off mules with and the negroes had all gone t) s.p : x'A of 1861 the most superior delibera-, factory organic law-one more permanent
" ,lody divine as we hear again the old plantation the Federal life had army and the tlve body ever convened in this state., in its character, more concise rand
!-' 'bies of our childhood days. In forever. disappeared The unsatisfactory' instrument which complying more nearly with tha k
, ue mysterious way we touch the There Is sometimes wa the result of their labors.was the [approved Idea of what a const-
-it world, more Inspira- a times the conflicting stitution should be.
and unseen faces, at our tion product of the
in the ruins than in the
I ding peer beyond the horizon of triumphsof I opinions of the different sections of This hastily written article very Imperfectly
defy to
t:1:, ''e. JUDGE CHAS. H. LANEY. back to the most sacred any place man in all go t .; the state aa" in what should be or What. gives an Idea of the cumbrous i
\lmost every Christmas day of our his memory and stand uncovered. t should not"be In-tl e-orgaUtc-law produced and unsatisfactory Instrument { .
retire life contains some conspicuous amid the shadows, and not come back the comprises and the ill-considJ within the organic limitations the which we call our organic law; but
(evident and long processions of silent pies in her cheeks; and then I won better from the retrospect All t. ered and constructed Instrument dnty of putting the machinery gov- to enter Into detail would require;
! stapes marching out of sight; dered if the rich man's daughter;received who seemingly, have no prospects you In which Is: now our Constitution.This ,[eminent Into operation. much space and much time. !
come fantastically up from the mists ten million times more pleasure the future, look backward down the bungling piece of legislation,' The faculty with which our Constitution r it
to answer the bugle call of memory.It from her gift than did little Bess. long vistas once flooded with f S the work of the convention has been Is amended is a standing incitation I
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has been a rule of mine to spenl The answer to this question came shine. Some have turned away' from rendered worse by numerous amendments to any one and every one to CRISIS IN THE
Christmas day at home but a good not long ago when I read where the !happy homes and behind the gaudy to the original Instrument To engraft' on the organic law pet schmes rhey
many years ago, on Christmas Eye I daughter of this'millionaire was the I I lives of sin. I hear the heart-beat and can attention to,the many defects of. which are properly matters for legis ;
found myself out of reach of home so complainant in a divorce proceeding the sob. To all these I bring a tri- Capt. and Mrs. H. F. Harman, in the Constitution, would necessitate an lation. The result has been that at GLASS INDUSTRY
I spent Christmas day with a Bess is a middle aged woman now !bute from the past, some fragrant charge of Pensacola's Division. article as long as that Instrument: I.. every. session of the legislature since
friend who lived in a distant state. and she has not had a great many flower from the life's unsullied will therefore very briefly and only' the first session in April 1887,.from t
I was ding; the press dispatches In slIver dollars since-that time, but Is den, a token to touch the hidden gar-as- pee the vast amount of good that is In a general way call attention to i one to five or six amendments the ji: 1
: .dally' paper: when one particular still living at the same old place up piration!: in your silent soul. being accomplished by the devoted two of its organic defects, viz: the Constitution have been proposed.:I Special to The Journal.
1* ni attracted my attention and I in the blue grass region of Kentucky, Of all the people we meet to-day workers of this band. facility with which it Is amended o'I Some of those proposed amendments I Charierol. Dec. 15.-"The- crisis hi III'
r J. It to ni) host A certain rich surrounded by as happy a family as some will carry burdened hearts. A During the trying period when the changed, and Its legislative character.A have been ratified by the people and the glass industry Is assuming very ,
Ara' rlcan. then In politics had rUcn yon will find anywhere in all this smile a gentle word a hand-shake as late storm had devastated our beautiful constitution or organic alw ehould: some! ,have been rejected by the peo serious proportions and Is causing I ; .
t daughter a silver mine as a I Southland of ours. we pass, may be all the Christmasgift city these workers were willing not be easily changed or amended; I ple. It la now very difficult for even anxiety throughout the entire district. 1
rhristmas present. The output of It is not the quantity of what we that they want and ready to do their part, helpingthe It should be sufficiently stable not to the professional mind to deterpiine By order of the Parquet (Public Prose '
t tip) mine at that time, was ten mil- :I give, but the pleasure of the recipient will every man and woman who poor unfortunate sufferers. to the yield to the impulse of every popular what is the Constitution of Florida.: cutor's Department) M. Eliaers. manager hI !
Con dollars a year. that gives us joy. If you can- reads these lines for this one time best of their ability. wave. A. constitution is a limitation Any one can easily tell by turning to of the Delaroue glassworks has
A little girl some four years of age, not give your daughter a grand piano surrender self and devote this day. When the work of the Salvation anon government: it Is the expressionof the resolutions published with the been arrested by gendarmes In the V
e;rounded by a lot of dolls and toys today Just give your boy a har- at least, to making others happv'Don't Army was first started in this city a the sovereign will limiting and re- session laws what amendments have presence of his wife and children. The
rsp playing on the floor, when tiynend monica and you will have music in be so much concerned about number of years ago "some of the straining the agents of the neople, who been proposed but not which have fictitious drafts Issued by the works
said, "Com here Bess. I have the house all the same. what you give your friends. A man people looked on the members with discharge the proper functions of the been ratified and are a ,part of exceed $800,000 in amount. Further ,
:1( silver: mine but I win give you a There .Is one particular Christmas may sometimes' be selfish even In his scorn and many remarked: "ThereIs three departments of government A the Constitution of the state. Many of failures are momentarily expected.
!:ver dollar for a present" As the impressed upon my memory-December liberality, embarrassing one'bj giving no" need of th'ese slum workers well considered constitution organ: the provisions of the original, instrument Charlerol glass exporter has already
' :! dropped Into her baby hand it 25th. 1861. The sunshine had to another. After all. it is not the here. But although Penscapla may izes the government; distributes!'; Its ,*as well as many of the amend committed suicide and several glass
ched* some hidden fount of'joy, and nearly gone from the Southern sky. giving that we do, but the sunshinethat be fortunate in not having any slum functions properly among the three departments ments to that instrument are self- Importers in London and New York rt.r '
:j merriment in her eyes rippled outer Grant relentlessly driving Lee on we scatter that brightens up the districts such as are found in some I ; limits their powers and executing;. that is, requiring no leg. are said to have been affected by the it
her face and filled up the dim-1 toward Richmond, who was heroic world. (Continued on.Forty-Third: Page.) then stops,.ler sing,..to the legislature islation.. to put them. into operation, case. J !r sJ

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IHsf dish, coffee pot, cereal cooker, water boiler :An Individual Motor for every piece of machinery the is 1 .1

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Ready,tor tie early Xmas'shoppe-s. Begin tort
fill the Christmas box now. Preparing lists & 8, FORBESI .= Happy New Year. The coming year win ay
got 2nd us ever ready to offer the best goods-ralue o-a
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leisurely, selections from among the,*. ho c stI' the highest considerate 'cost. Keep a keen :5
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L l M eb dash of specially designed! and tailored i Forbes MEN'S SHOES-The Heywood.! You can 01;
" 1)0. ) outfits. This season's creations, good for now find JUst'what you want in light or heavy '1 Ppw::
i"P=- ,I )10 and later on. Fashionable skirt models. All Shoes, lace or button; quality incomparablecolors :aoS
f It !l and shades and.blacks. A grand Christmas and durability supreme.Style of its own. PN
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I+: I' b Rain Coats--Long :Coats S 1 New Dress Goods Russian Blouse and Mailings, Every one Imported p px

Sailor Suits
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;:. Raincoats magnificent, line. Each individual First pre-holiday showing The I length of time that we will be able o

t tie garment stands on its own 'merit as of Dress Goods. It was a Three dozen only, 'a small to offer you these Battings at this price will :"

!t 10 a finished tailored piece of stylish 'work. ,1 wise selection of styles, qu/il-l ... .lot and bound to go fast. be governed entirely by the lot on hand.

'E : In Long Coats there are many different Y ities, and up-to-dateness of Nothing nattier or more ser- 'Can't duplicate them nor can you match :N

j = styles-all so admirably arranged that you %If viceable made. them at the price in this city. Not the writEg
'r b can examine them without? : : confusion of patterns. They are here ,. I Nothing; tie, dried-out kind that give such unsatisfac- w.H

;, :))0 thought and quickly find that 'whIch suitsyou for j 3 inspection H U avortl-. cheaper to be .classed._ with tory wear; not left-overs$ ,or indifferent pat- a

: best in style, fabric, color, price. Raincoat trip, to out store. .t ", the best.;: Buy'now. terned, but freshly imported kinds., Chinese c;.

fr' or long coat, there's not 'one worthless # and Japanese designs,.all-over patterns. The :i
t" than $15,00, now 1 From I5c to I P T, .$1.50:to $7.50 price ranges from 35c a yard Ofln :i

only . .. ; .r.:.' .",. .$9a98 9 9 $1.50 yard ;, Suit down to.. ... ...... . .. ... .. ZUC :axdz
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I i';.' n n;. I '.>it -;-" SILK PLAIDSJust RUGS--A HOLIDAY SALE aNa Oc
...I ii XM4S'.MILLlNRY SPECIAL received Plaid 'The?number of persons furnishing with rugs is steadily :g.
. 0.
_'.,' i:.fia -..... Silks. Don't forget increasing, and the rugs are produced in greater variety c3cC:
::0 the famous Money-
k "- ; Hatsmiadejin our own workroom, but with the.. true cS Bak Taffeta. of artistic designs and beautiful colorings than ever.
: a
t.9 t Parisian. .Q.e. 'Just'' notice! i! 'tlie'graceful' unusuat"curves- } are exclusive agents.: They're genuine Axminster, size 36x72 inches. You can't, axOw

.r. 't 7 E the.shapes.take, and the smart"'. trimmings, the poise, the Cleverassortment wear them out. You,can't get tired of them-if, you move oP

"i {ii b tilt. Its justin this knowing.how to get the:right angle grand sibilities.selection pos- S they take up so little room they can go with you any- :=
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t' at, vltjch'za hatshould be:worn:that the secret of so much .- i. : where-in fact, they are treasures. Come and see this px

f f I of the Chic,of this season's milliner:.lies. 150 hats-till all SNEDE AND ,GLACE GLOVES. : great stock on display. Bought specially for the holiday 0::g

J_: pare sold-$2$3, to $1 each.LACE Best known makes. Fit better, wear better : .. 4- trade, and will be sold at special prices. Worth $4.50 to a-*..
than most. Cheaper than C
b ... many.! ZLADIES' $a, but $3.75.
;. ,::00 '. a
p' \N xQ -S. '. 25c to $3.50 pair. 'fI' a PNaN.

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t. NOr. ai HOSIERY. ::
! \\i CURTAINS : ''An extremely complete line, which 0:
< includes the famous "Black Cat" Ties-a good suggestion! We have just received 50 ao

f: IIi F You should see the'm, even If ,you are not pur hasr brand as well as Lord ,&, Taylor'scelebrated dozen F ur-in-hands, Windsors ,and Strings-all silk. :SSA g
r f xb b i ing. Shown on our patentexhibitor.. ? The product of, the "Onyx"' brand. selling 25c. o oi

t : Co. famous for their lace .cur 3TT
Bromley Manufacturing: :
g This sale innovation. in curtain '
tains. selling
presents aN
From the fur houses of Chas Lyon Some very clever patterns and colors Guaranteed P:
i A that leaves understand curtain quality- New York aw
! buyers.ylio-r :.L..: ;..--,_i. X>'K* : of --'guarantee enough. quality. Handsome. and dependable.. Prices 25c and 50c. :s
)o more than astonished. Prjces. from $4.50 to as loas, Sets or ,piecesjn; all.stylish. skins now Bos' 0-
f Misses and
e :, j : / ; cheaper than; they will be again. $2.50 Caps-Little Johnny Jones TamF P

j .IE per ,pair, $1.50. :. : ..r I-.S, ". V'. .:.. L to $12.00 .each. o-shanters and Skidoos, 25c, 50c and $1. I

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: ORBES' l line of holiday line of. decora- in line with | R take a look lady wants specialM;
t :b China includes : Plates. # is, we .. ,f> will befound .,dainty um- .. J .more'of those pE

I t.: ; an extremely fine lot of believe, absolutely com-, a comprehensive'assortment brella stands 'included in finex imported vases. Surely novelties in profusion. Delightful P aOM

: Tankards in design For decorative of Bric-aBrac there Twentieth Century :
; unique \ J plete. purposes exquisitely our ; ,displays. never was a.finer- -
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: ,handsome in appearance : ? Yes, and for gen- colored Jardinieres, a very To be seen Is to be ap- lot on exhibition than we Pottery-every piece p
1'- imported. Ornament, sta- :
f : popular for. den. or % eral use. Some clever designs necessary' decorative fea- preciated. Price is away are showing now ld'at and bric-a-brac of az
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:; i rrkr Well,'here we are In the land of the
Dons and a tine bench of'p'ratra! they! ; T
would make. Gee! They are nerce-lock- r 4 -
ing: fellows. Some of them wear red Q
L handkerchiefs around their heads ccd ;
big gold rings in their ;ears. Of course,.
most of them dress just like the Americana 1
The Portugese- are ti* fiercest st Y !
looking. Portugal I* west of Spain Cut
many of Its people: : live In UairiJ 'Theyare 7eo
as dark skinned as Indians with r } 3 S
black eyes and b lr. -
I don't think the Spaniards like us #x Y. a
much over here because we gave them
such' a licking and some of them scowl mot..
and mutter "Amer'conoe" Bc, I notice
they like our American dollars all ris&t.; II I } Is
The Spanish people are very cruel and GrQL
their greatest pleasj-e U the bull fight
\ 'where bulls are tortured; then killed, for 1 t
their amusement. Papa aid :Mr. Dean '-
and I went-to see one. and I never wantto 3{
t oO see another one. They have the fightIn .
: ,
an arena just like a circus;, with seats TfIEr cz2a42
G7.zro-r:: elrr"72IXZJ'T all around and a high fence In front of Al o1eD2 2 fG CoV.JlT1CY A RSCULTllIts9LZ1OT
the seats Of course. it isn't in a tent. .
L2Pt.LJ' OPQ : OF .4.UL I
The men who fight the bulls are called

matadors and carry a sword and a red .. ;,...
cloth with which they tantalize the bull. t J I .
They all get m the arena and then the "":f '"""!' 6t,1906,

bull is let In. As soon as he comes in ,- : .. i ..t.Ie-..CL,...troy' ..
stick' m his 'shoulders to '
they things 4
make him mad and: then the fighters .
commence waving; their cloths_ at him to '
get him to chase them. Well, I tell you ER it 'is" right
he, makes them hustle a bit. too. but of t : or
course, he don't stand a show on earth ;
and'soon he is worn out from rushing -m' FAc I ;-nevertheless:. is.trace., f
Gq around the arena and then Is killed by ; '
the head matador, who is cheered and f to :a great degree we I
applauded by the people-like he had done

something Papa said wonderful.they do the job much more fI a.nan's. dress as the
humanely in icacago.. even if they don't I
get much healthy specimens of beef :
Several days ago we went to Gibraltar. .: : : of his class and 1' }
You know this is the big rock on the

..::::;=- British southern have end one of Spain of the and biggest where and the t These two styles 4
strongest forts in the world. It was Just FY T'r } '
wonderful the whole rock ,,as .full of
\ holes with cannon sticking through them. .. 1 c;:::;:::=:J.- ; WARWICK. and KENT
F4 F.GOt1 ----.::.. Gc! but I wouldn't like to be In any ship .
they fired at. l/!' -
\Well I must close now, it is most ., single-breasted: sack
QA Christmas but I don't feel a bit that @ '
way. Tours, HARRY. AJZTAIZ: "WIETO-T3KZ2C4.6JZ2l&r -are much worn by
A CITY ort P. S.-I guess you are surprised to get VOX&G&,OF" j :r.za:SP.d7YZsprt F,1f
this letter from Spain but we changedour ":. Js-C'ov' ; 'rJXO11Cv'l1'.EDf ,'$ who realize the i i
5a&rrX T power
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minds at the last minute and will not 7 _
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to Paris until next week.Minnie .
go JTZF3Z .Z? V01ZAGZ1; distinctive dress. ,Dis-

To the Boy or Girl Whose Name Is Drawn:-From'the Correct Answers Received This Office by Next Thursday Night, The Journal dress, is' most easily t '

I Give a Silver Dollar. '
,,by wearing clothes

The Boy or Girl Whose Answer Is Drawn Second Will Be Given a Box of Huyler's"Candy When Called For at D'Alemberte's Pha11D a. o/.,..
.. d 1, by The House of Kup- :
always good, but especially so at Colley, city; Leslie Fllllngim, THE SALVATION ; no other make rJ

M)AARIANNA n I N BOY Christmas time. city; Hatti Salvant, city; Bennie ARMY WORK AWfUL TRIEDYINSOUTKBb.SSIA y
A large number of answers were Bernstein' city; Sadie Bernstein, city;J i( them L'
received considering that the Alice L .
puzzlesof toehe.city; Viola Roche,city; ;L4(C4itinued Flrst'vagel' : 'I. : 3 }
from Vtfrtjr )
the 9th were lots more difficult Mac
Hodgkins, Milton Fla. William
; .of:the larger cities of the north and
than usual i J. Johnson city; Manuel J. Johnson, east, yet there are a certain class of ,
There were a large number of correct -!city; Joseph Hughes city; Harry i"F'
people that need such an organiza-
GETS PRIZEDOLLAR answers which show that the lit- Davis city; Malcolm- B. Fell,. city; tiontion as this to start them In; the
tle puzzlers are well versed on Alice Mltohum, Ul1gan. Fla.; Frank right :direction. 0. ANSON

geography and are learning more Lowery city Everett Rice, city; 'Arthur The Army here has recently secured '
every day. j J. Johnson ,
city; Warren Christie a new headquarters located at :
This week will be a busy week for city Elmire Bell, Kasten '
city; 30% West Government street. Major
all of them, but the puzzles will not Soderquist, city; John D. Bell city; Berriman, who is the head officer for Robbers Commit '
be forgotten as the children of TheJournal's Lettie Martin,., city; Lloyd Blumer, the Southern States with headquarters CLOTHIER
big army are never too busy city; Alice ,P. Pritchard, city; Myrtle in Atlanta, Ga., recently visited Deed and Are Themselves ,
to give them a little tune. Blanchard Ramos- La.; Thompson the city and dedicated the new halL "

[ Master Billie Parker Letters received from 'members of Walker. Corinth, Miss., C. Richard In speaking of the prospects in Pen- Slaughtered.Special PALAFOX ,AND MAIN
John the puzzle army tell the editor very Saunders, city Alex Saunders; city; pacola the Major said: "Our new hall v.
interesting things, of what the children -Walter Thames city; Thomas ,A. and headquarters are the best we
the Successful One in are doing for Christmas, and of Johnson city; Barbara P. Rosasco, have ever had in the city, and we are to The Journal. I
the many pretty things they are city; Robert Daniels work more r '
city; Flor- preparing to make our Odessa. Dec. 15. A terrible
Last Week's making for papa and mamma, and ra-Ida| Wallace, city Lille E. De- systematic so that we shall be able I dy' is reported from Nissel In ,
rious members of the family. Bonford, city; Graham White, city; to reach a larger number of people. I ern Russia., At dead of night a ;
This will no doubt be a merry Dorsey White than have done before. I '
Contest. city; Dore White, city; we ever I and :woman awoke peasant
Christmas for them alL John Creighton, city; Harvey Bay- am pleased with the outlook here Bebeshkq beseeching him to go _
Correct Answers. less, city; MaryJones, city; Ada and wish to thank the citizens for the former to the house of a
EOX OF CANDY AWARDED TO FAN. No. 1.Cork.No. Faircloth, city; Bessie ,Perryman; the noble way In which they have while the woman would await II} 1
2.-BlTney.No CrestvIew, Fla.; Sallie Mae Gibson, stood 'by our work(>l"s." Bebeshko willingly accompanied 'H
NIE R. GRANT, 125 WEST CHASE 3.-Barrow. city; Marion Baker, city; Charlie We are now making preparationsto man, commending. the female to
No. 4.-Potatoes.. I i Colley, city; Ethel E. Bay less, city; feed the needy poor at Christmas care of his wife and daughter. PRESENTS
-LARGE NUMBER OF CORRECT No 5.-Glasgow.. !|i I Annie Mooney, city; Llllie Hartzog, time. The Army investigates .every the'oman suddenly revealing .
No. 6.-Grampian.! i I i city; T. J. Gentry, Milton Fla. Fenol case of poverty that is reported and demanded ". i il' .!
ANSWERS RECEIVED-TO.DAY No. 7.Tweed. Walker, city; Jennings Hirschkovltz; only dispenses relief where the peopleare as money a disguised and their man valuables and at .. . . ... . .,.,.$ and up \ '

LAST CHANCE AT CHRISTMAS No. 8.-Bagpipe. I city; Mabel Richie, city;. Denis Egan, found really worthy. A well f conducted to the small room by at .; :. .:. . . . HC and up i
The following girls and sent Nashville, Tenn. filled basket of provisions will be .
DOLLAR. correct answers: boys ] city; Minnie Robinson; Dudley; Delta Creighton Fla.;, supplied to every needy family on I I her terrified mental women.equilibrium The mother suddenly at .. .:. .1,. . -. .,... .$2tov$101 .

Billie John Parker, Marianna, Fla.; I Gladys Creighton, ',city; Clinton McConnell Christmas eve. Chicken meat, coffee ed the door upon the brigand<\ and filled Scarf Pins. j. ; ..
The dollar goes to Marianna this Fannie R. Grant, 125 West Chase SL; city; Leona .Faggoni, city; sugar, bread, and all that is nec- Meeting on the threshold the,first work done. ,- .- ... 1:1'1
I time, to Master Billie John Parker, Katie W. Hartman, city; Nellie Glack-, Syble Ward, city; Gladys Beil city; essary to make a good Christmas din- fian who had returned she madly ; .. :
'those coupon was correct as well. as meyer, city; Lillian Sugss, city; Mary II Julius Lou Caro, city; Carey Stew- ner will be supplied In these baskets. mered his brains out, shouting all E. CLEMENTS
neatly written. Wolfe, city; James McHugh. city; art Milton, Fla.; Lucy Swaine, city; Last Christmas throughout this coun- while with all her might. I :
The box of candy is the property of Pearl Susgs, city; Belle Murphy! Dorothy Massey, city; Marie Massey try the Army supplied no less than Two neighbors attracted by Depot Loan. Office. H
Little Miss Fannie R. Grant, 125 West city; 'Sadie J: >Holsen, city; Jack I city; Sadie McKennie, city;, Liddon 250,000 poor people with a Christmas scream arrived, opened the room 106 I w i
ChaSe York alone over 25,000 I St
In Wright
street'She Is a very fortunate : -I Suggs, city; Kathleen McKinnon, Me- Solomon, :Marianna, Fla.; Hilda Har- dinner. New found thedaughter literally torn
little girl as Huylers candies''' are Kinnonville;, Mallory Jones, city; !I ris, city; Katie Hubbard, Warring- were fed Is no and doubt over that 20,000 but In for Chicago.There the effort pieces by the second miscreant t ,

ton, moms Bailey, Florala, Ala.; Florence that is forth by these workers they shot dead then and there. In 1
I King; Marianna, Fla.; Simpson,, people would go hun court yard they found the still ",,
Sunday Morning, December 16, 1906.ZZLE.ANSWER Lowrey. city; Charlie Ward, city; many on Christmas poor day. corpse of Bebeshko whose wife is ;
H. S. Wright, city; W. F. Mapoles, gry The Army will be glad ,to receive I'I stark mad.KISS and BRO'S. 1.t
I Milllgan Fla.; Beatrice Gerl, city; either donations of money or provisions .
? COUPON Hilda Taylor, city; Shilash ODono- for the Christmas effort, as we
I van, city; Katherine Anderson, city; are making preparations to feed 250 OF JUDAS/ i te ,
Geo. W. Keating, Montgomery! Ala.; of Pensacola's poor. Wje could not t'
Answers Must Be Written on This Oupoa Bltflk. N. Nora O'Donovan, city; Ethel Gilmore, forget the children and we will havea
Attention Will Be hid Those Not Written On It. NeIxcepQoa city; Sadie Mellor, city; Jewell Gilmore treat for them on New Year's night THEN : \ t
city Hal Corinth. e
to this Rule. ; Creary.
Miss; Millie Harris. Jr.. city; Harry -- ---- Special t. The JournaL t tr''i
My answers to the puzzles in The Journal to-d&y are as Mews: t ,Lee' Macon, city Vivian M. Pons, Vienna, Dec. 15.Heinrich :
City; Margaret M Pons, city; Clara nineteen year.old tailor's assistant
Geri, city; Alta Lovrey, city; John Just been condemned by the l
No.l. I IZ R. Gibson, city; Alta Lowrey, city; Chnstmas'BOX court to one year's imprisonment )f
I IR. Gibson, city; Charlie Sharp having stabbed his sweetheart to

city; :Mary L. Gab l, city; Nathan ,,,. heart while in the act of kissing
No. '''
I Greenblatt city; Floyd Hemphill The extreme mildness of the "
city; Adlaide Yniestra city; Carrie PAPERS tence was due to evident fact that :
Yniestra city; Clara Stokes, city. ; young man had acted while in a r
No. 3. dl I Minnie Barbare, city. lyric exaltation ,in which to use d at

Those whose answers were not I 1 BOOKS, own words 'to die as we
quite correct are: Willie McArthuV, \ seemed the noblest death on r
4 i
NO.4. {city Angus Douglass,, city; Clinton 1 CARDS. ,
Reilly, Bayou Grande: Coonle Wheat,' High Grade Visible
No. 5. city; Lillian Reilly, Baycu Grande; !I} CALENDARS, COULDN'T HELPSTEALING
Louise M. Johnson city; Regina'Davenport
Bayou Grande. PICTURES, Typewriter
: ill
N..6.. There were several coupons which thousands of pretty and
did not bear: the date at the top, but '
as they were cut from the. paper of useful gifts of every descrip- Special to The JournaL r nd But Few Equals I f.'ff1 f.
No.1 the correct date they were allowed to Paris Dec. 15.-A well -
go In. It Is eas y to tell when the young man named Arthur Arnauld : .
coupons are of the correct date as tion. Just been placed under arrest at MATTER AID PRICES APPLY TO
I No. I. the printing on the back is alwaysthe Cloud charged with stealing 432 "
same. But the puzzle army must He has pleaded guilty and In I ;
Name f be careful in future not to cut the z interview he said that he stole ; Pensacola, Ffe. l.
date line at the tcp oil bells because he could not .
I I I: 3odk Store "\\ erenl' I see or hear a bell I
Most of the coupons this week were ; Gem : "
Street No. well written and clean and have 'sarprlsingly -I ways want top ssess it. he (
child I could not
I "Even as a S
few mistakes In tasra. The '
a'bell when I saw one :
C. J Jshnson Prop. stealing
puzzles thig week are act very hard :
Answers to this i week's puzzle must be on this coupon and and the army will probably coma I Itt ,,, now it has' become a sort of a FqR"TH E J9 RNAL ()- >AY. ,
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PAGE FOIJ-FOUR! : __ f.kE; E N SAC O'L'A JOURNAL. SUNDAY-K *4 MORNING"*" : .DECEMBER** 10. V,Irt,1906., '

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., .. . f of ban the room floor., Win*8hd-"' ;placed<,will be In- the lit up center by J f&&ifea.fcftflfrft; lit i ,i' i> i 1l i t 11 i ", ii, g, :

hundreds.of,waxen tapers. Presentsfor
"aH the children will ''be placed Irj;

PEOPLE AND EVENTS upon the tree..and old Santa Claus The Ready-fo-WellrSfore's t ,
himself will distribute them. An orchestra :

J will furnish the music and .
:- games and marches will be arrangedfor

r. ,. ," the amusement, the little ones. Record Breaking
The date for the Christmas tree

,.BY, AURELIE MAREAN BERNARD has not aa yet been decided upon, but ,
will be given later. I

Tale hone N!:_Nt Before *'.* ... The children's entertainment will I
P I Fro. 34,After S P. M. last until about ten o'clock when the
older people will have the floor for a D.ECEMBER SALE
dance. I

R I As is usual with all,,the entertaIn-
ments of the Concordia, elaborate re-
freshments '' served the
will be guests.

Entertainment to t J stretched, hovered over the child at]1big 'girls, whnonghtto 'know better; !
her feet {walking down Palafox street carrying McGuire-Gonzalez. CONTINUES -
Celebrate Chanucha. The second picture was "Hager::these little stuffed bears. : The following announcement _of the
I driven ,out by Abraham at the Command i There is simply no excuse for the marriage,, of Mr t Robert Hargis Mo- i
A beautiful of Sara." Paula Hlrschkovitz Teddy Bears'* Gonzalez, Our Great December Sale' which
very celebration of the unless the old story Quire, and Miss Hela Agnes brought hundreds and ;
Jewish festival, Chanocha was given as Hager; Julius MInko. Ishmael; about the bear being a past master in will be received by the many freindsof
Thursday night at the Progress Club, Leonard Hejnberg, Abraham;' Tina the art of hugging is accepted.It the young people, with pleasure. hundreds of purchasers last week continues TO-MORROW
by the children composing the .Jewish Stone, Sara Isaac, Infant. is really sillier than the "lizzard Mr. 0, A. Gonzalez.will ,
Sunday school. I Number three-:-"Ruth and Naomi,", fad" for the lizzarda worn were,alive, give in marriage his daughter December 17th. Even with I I
Chanuca Is the time set apart in I represented by Hilda Bear, as Ruth, and the "Teddy Bears" are only' dum Hela Agnes Monday, greater under-pricing. ..
memory of the victory of the Macca and Sadie Casaman, as Naomi. This looking toys calculated to delight the to
bees over the Syrians. It Is observed picture was well selected as the heart of a six months old Infant Mr. Robert Harris McGuIre READ CAREFULLY EVERY ITEM ADVERTISED :
nearly the same by the Jewish pope features of Jlttle Hilda Bear have a I Wednesday morning December the "
lation. as Christmas by the Gentiles. striking resemblance to paintings of Children of' the twenty-sixth, at eleven :I Extraordinary Xmas Sale of Fashionable Furs. Only the .
Presents are made to the children Ruth.of old, her large dark eyes and o'clock. most adverse $,
and it Is a time for general rejoicing heavy dark hair, being Identical.I Confederacy Meet.On St., -Michael's Catholic Church, weather conditions could bring, about, a sale such as this.. We are overstocked !
Thursday ,night at the' Sadie Cashman was also a charming last Friday afternoon a meetingof Pensacola. Florida.
Progress with fashionable Furs,and we will sacrifice them at unheard-of
the Children of the prices.
Club rooms,'almost the entire Jewish reproduction of .Naomi and as one Confederacywas 'The faonor'gf your presence is t
population of the citr gathered, and looked into the eyes of the other, the held in the quarters of the requested.NealStrickland. .
they were amply rewarded by the scriptural ,passage;:of "Whither thou Southern organizations in the old ASK TO SEE THEM i
varied program, which had been arranged ffoest I shall go. 'whIter thOu lodgestI armory building I
by Miss Amelia,Schulman: assisted shall lodge thy. people shall be my The meeting was well attended and The following invitation has been received -*% Record-breaking< price on all our tailored suitsCloaks and Skirts.
by Miss Rosa Levy and Miss people-thy. God my God." occurred the members'evidenced much. Inter- by friends of Miss Neal and Mr.
Celestine HIrsher. to the mind, which marked the est in their subjects. -.; Strickland in Pensacola and elsewhere Our entire collection of tailored Suits Coats and Skirts will be sold at
earnest fidelity of Ruth of Roll call was answered'by each '* '
The tableaux given were among long ago. : greatly reduced prices.
: the most beautiful ever: presentedhere "Rebecca at, the ,Well" was, repre- member giving an interestingfact Mr 'and Mrs.'LeRoy Neal E

consisting of living pictures sented by pretty little Eva Berlin, about various*Southern generals.The request,the honor of your '
with J3am Solomon organization of the Children of '
from the Bible.. as Isaac's. ,messenger
presence at the marriage of their
The ;' : the Confederacy is one calculated to One lot of AIl-'V 001 Tail-
programme was opened by ,a daughter
prayer) made in a clean and distinct "Mariam and 'Moses" by Goldlne keep the young people well versed in Agnes Clementineto A collection of Coats, It
tone by Master Bertram Danheisser, Jacoby;, and Rose Airman, was facts regarding Southern history. ored, suits made in the very
followed)) by the readers, Leopold considered one of the most 'striking Any child of the Confederacy, over Mr. Hilllard Strickland] made the very latest styles, /
Heinberg and Sidney Danheisser. The talbleaux"'of.the evening. two years old is, eligible for membership on the evening of Sunday, the thirtiethof latest styles, comes in all'
music and chants by the Sunday "Jepthea! and Jepthea's Daughter"was and 'at seventeen years of age, December, nineteen hundred they come in Blacks, Gray,
school consisted 'of the same music prettily represented by graceful they are entitled to join the and six aUeight.o'clock shades formerly sold for I
little Eunice Gerson and Leon Daughters of the Confederacy. $18,
that was used long ago. Lisch- Number 516 West Romana Street. Mixtures and plaids formerly
After the childrens service, the koff "Sampson and Dellah," by Lazar number of new 'names were enrolled. Pensacola, Florida. ? \\t
,ceremony of lighting the eight sacred Cahn, .and:Lillian Friedman, would and the presence of several of the $20, and even,as high as a
,lights began. have delighted the eye of an artist, daughters encouraged the. children Delightful Card sold for $18 and $20, for
the' little.girl looking very much. Party = $22.50 for this week I
Four little girls, beautifully dressed, as lovely as coming ,
and fours boys were selected to do Dellah herself' and the boy as hand- Mrs. Egbert BealL the directress Friday Afternoon. Monday, only
'this work. They were Delta _Cole- some as the great man whom he rep- of the chapter, was present and gave Mrs. Wm. Johnson charmingly en- r.S# only t
man, Catherine Friedman Esther resented. the children an instructive talk along tertained about forty of her friendsat $14.00. '
I Wetland and Ethel. Greenblatt, Deazil The last tableaux was "Esther and the line of devotion to the cause for six hand'euchre- last Friday after- t>1 $12.50.
t Coleman, Jerome Heinberg, Julian the: King'' which was a fitting close which fathers and grand fathers suffered noon. y -
Isaac and Jennings Herschovltz for ''a very enjoyable evening. This and died. Impressing upon them The parlors where seven tables I= = f
Each of the children could be picture was represented by Miriam the great Importance of building up were arranged,,tor the euchre, were
i heard anywhere in the room so_distinctly Friedman and Alvin Dannheisser. and nurturing in their hearts love and darkened and :looked very pretty I One lot of Skirts, comes in

and well did they recite their Alrltt Is a manly looking boy and took respect for the cause and the heroes with' magnlflcent of pink I Grey, Blacks, Navys all :
verses. A prologue was read by Sid- :the ,part well, Miriam making ,a very who fought for. It. roses, tastefulylarranged_. about the ,
cey Dannheisser and an epilogue by .sweet and pretty Esther. .. rooms. ,'rv j One lot of Ladies' Suits, in made in the l latest styles, for {;
I I Julia Alfman.,, After the tableaux, refreshmentswere To Celebrate In' the reception hall the color t Monday only I

1 ( Bertram Coleman then played a selection served, and the gifts of Chanu- Lee's Birthday. :scheme of pink was carried out.. :Mixtures, made in the very .
$4.50 and $6.00. 'rte
on his violin. which was cha, given to the children. Thus and also in the spacious dining room.
very pretty and greatly appreciated ended.;:the: 'fest1val of the lights," The Confederate Memorial Associa- I The large number of guests pre I r$# latest sold Twenty-five Misses' Suits, '
tion held a meeting at the quarters,of styles, formerly
most eat who
and enjoyed
by those present. Bertram Is anccessfuly pleasantly to the entertainment
all those who- the confederacy last Friday morning. given in their honor r ages 14 to..16 and 18 years :
an. exceedingly, talented boy and plays ,participated. fully attestedthe t'J
The meeting,was:called-for the purpose popularity" of-Mrs. for $11.50, Monday ,onty beautiful
toe violin, as he does everything else, Johnson as a = patterns and welltailored' : ,
for the
of arranging
veil.)) He was perfectly accompanied Revival of German Club program hostess! 1 .
sold for
celebration of the birthday of General formerly :
( on the piano by Mrs /ave Danheis Soon. Refreshments ?were served on the '
Expected Robert E. Lee. small $7.50. $12.50'and for
tables in|buffet fashionafter $15.00, Monday -
ser.Mrs. The German Club will probably As this will be the one hundredth ;
: Esther Harrioon and Mr. ; :acores'o 4the games rwere ,
give its initial german some time dur- anniversary of the great,,southern f1t"' : only
Archie Rosenstein sang a duet. They lug the first week in January. general, Jl; is the intention' of the cotqlt 1.t( ,jff -"fCraty r/a'x, $7.50. f
were both In good voice and were !'iTS, !if made the Iitghestscore ;
Arrangements for the german have to arrange "4S
heartily applauded. Then, ;-'vas'iawarded: the handsome -
accompanied not as yet been perfected but the club quite an elaborate program; which will fe,
tme\tbazld-pal; : ''-
by verse and the Drs plate .( '
music; living } '
will hold meeting and make the ar be announced in detail lart <- f ;
pictures from the Bibble "pfizfef' was captured by :
were shown. MILLINERY
rangements later. The memorial exercizeaiwlli4occur ; MILLINERY! A MILLINERY
stage Curtains were, parted which, concealed the The revival of this polular'organi. January 19.. :* *> "**.*. < _. 'eild$$ .s'an3 consisted*" pa' '-"*, :"t : .: '

Which looked asif they showing had pictures stepped zation Pensacola's will be cordially received by Concordia Club---r f' r' A /5nlrror was given* ,Our whole stock Millinery ,including all New pattern Hats, will be sold 1t.a
society set, it is
from the canvas of some rare old as a Mrs. Geo. P. Wentworth as the con. '-sacrifice Time ands will
prices not
permit to each
master. source through which a great deal of To Entertain. solation., pac us quote prices on I(
pleasure was derived on former of..them. j
; The children of the Jewish race sions. On next Wednesday, the twentieth, Mrs. Johnson's gnests were: Mrs\ : .c ,
are notably beautiful of face and the Concordia Club will give a euchre Geo. Howe_ Mrs .Lewis Willis, Mrs. F. Come in and be convinced. I
f form, and those of Pensacola are no party and dance. ( M. Dunn: ; Mrs. J..'W. Oflgglns. Mrs. r. e
: exceptions to the rule. "Teddy; The news that an entertainment is Frank Renshaw, Mrs.' E. E. Saunders *
t The' stationery figures on the stage Bear" Fad. I to be given at this popular club will Mrs. Smlthwick,' Mrs." T. C. Watson, t; THE READY-TO-WEAR STORE

: were Gladys Cahn History, who i Of all the crazy fads that womankind be received by its friends,' with great Mrs., Chas. Turner, Mrs. Henry Hyer, r.
f stood at the left of the stage draped I I Is,subject to, surely the "Teddy pleasure, as an event of this nature Mrs. W. H. Northup. Mr. Moreno 27 South Pa'iafox Street Falf &
r In white, and by a table, on which 3ear" fad' is the silliest. has been looked forward to for some Jones. Mrs. Geo. Wentworth, :Mrs. I Friedman, Props.
rested a white book. She held a pen During the summer months children time. James McGibbonl Mrs. T. F. Mer, I '
in her hand, and her eyes were cast I at fashionable resorts, and in The club had anticipated beginningits Gowin, 'Mrs. McK. McClellan Mrs.
downward on the pages of the book. the larger cities, carried around In social functions at an earlier date, J. R. Killer Mrs. Wm. Gonzalez Mrs. y flvffflflffffBaker 1
; Ethel Israel dressed the right of ;their arms cute little wolly toy bears, but was prevented from doing so bya Louis De M. Blocker, Mrs. J. Z. Cra- .
the stage, as Truth, also in white which they called "Teddies" serious case of sickness close by vey, Mrs. Fred Gilmore, Mrs. Rix ,-
draperies. But imagine, if you can. a full which necessitated keeping things as Robinson, Mrs. J. Storm McGaughy, : : ,]\
( Sara Goldstucker as the, -Prophetess grown woman, supposed to be sane, ,quiet as possible. Mrs. E. O. Saltmarsh, Mrs. Richard I Monogrammed Stationery makes ,a danity
,' leaned from a green booth at walking down a public highway, witha i The Concordia Club, although not Turner, Jr:, Mrs. IL G. DeSilva. Mrs.F. j WESTVI LE. J Christmas Present for
the left. She was dressed In'' white Teddy Bear" In the bend of her one of Pensacola's oldest organizations ., W. Marsh, Mrs. J., E. Stillman, "
and wore upon her'; head a, silver arm. and, the foolish looking toy is one of the most popular. Its Mrs. J. C. Dunham..Mrs. W. J. Forbes GENTLEMAN TO A LADY.
f. crown. She looked very sweet and !held by a silver chain around the membership is over'one hundred and Mrs. Bleeker Forbes Mrs. H. S. Special to The Journal. ,
fairy-like in her gauzy draperies.Miss neck and pinned to her dress. fifty and includes numbers of the Forbes, Miss WltUch, Miss Merritt, WestTiJJe, Dee. IS.-Rev. R. Q.
Rosa Levy played softly traditional From present indications it seems city's prominent men. Miss Mildred Kessler, Mrs. Fannie Presbyterian pastor, failed to
r music, as the pictures were that the "Teddy Bear" fad is goingto The annual Christmas tree for the Jones, Mrs. Elise Chipley, Miss Moreno arrive on time for regular monthly Send us your orders now so that they can ba

i revealed. strike Pensacola. Heaven forbid children of the members. and their Miss Caldwell, Miss Potter. services last Sunday, but preached executed in ample time. and
1: The first tableaux wal "The Guar that this prophecy may come to pass friends will be given this year, and Sunday night, as usual, an interest- Samples prices
dian Angel and Child"-represented but a number of girls ,have signified on a much larger scale than hereto LiscoBarlowe.Mr. Ing and instructive sermon. furnished'upon application. J. P. STEVENS
t by Hazel Jacoby and Jake Berlin. their Intention of giving "Teddy Orrie Llaco and Miss Mary Bar- Hog killing time has rolled around ENGRAVING
i This picture was very lovely, the Bears" 'as Christmas gifts and it will fore.An immense evergreen Christmastree lowe were quietly married last night and spare bones and back ribs are CO., manufacturers of Society

-t: guarding angel, with gauzy wings out. not be one ,bit of a surprise to see reaching'to .the ceiling of the 'at near the McKinnonrille.residence of the bride's mother our the order citizens.of the day with several. of Stationery Whitehall Street Atlanta Georgia

f The boys have been slaughtering
The wedding ceremony was performed t
t glII:: II mnm: :::::::::=mmm IIII!II;I i II J 11I11I1111I11I1.11 I Ji: III 1U1IIIIII!:: :!111111!11111:mIl:I:I::1:J II:I:I::1111:II:II:1lllllllllIlIll iilU! by Mr. WT: B. Hubbard,.who is the birds of late. They discovereda -
r.s. :: a notary public of McKinnonville, and roosting place where countless
(> I immediately after the ceremony the thousands of robins and blackbirds S
roost at night Providing themselves :
bridal couple were escorted to the
: J J. home of the bride's brother, Mr.,Frank with torches and lanterns, the hunters JUST RECEIVEDThe
( B ), .: I Barlowe, at PInetllle. invade the thick bushes! where I
The groom Is a well known railroad myriads of birds can be seen 'perched 'I
7 man of Escambia and is consideredone on the limbs of the low bushes. One Largest Line of

'I 1" of the little town's best citizens. holds the light, another shoots the I
? The bride Is very popular and has birds and they soon fill a corn sack I
:i }1if\\ many friends at her old home, Mc: with them. Pot pies for dinner next XMAS CANDIESever
Kinnonville, who wish her much hap. day winds. up the scene.
; plne s.Mr. Hon. W. O. Butler, the popular
Chipley attorney, was in town Tuesday .
Camillo Eitzen and daughter night on business, leaving on the
I f Diamond and Pearl Gold Hearts Miss Nini Eitzen, of Chrtstlanna. Nor train next morning. The major in- before offered for sale in
JEWELRYCooperation way, are in the city for the holidays, forms your correspondent that the this city.Whitman's .
the guests of the former's brother Mr. new railway to St Andrews via Chip!
Brooches Gus Eitzen. Mr. Eitzen is an extensive ley -will certainly be built, although {!
ship owner and his various lines some unforseen delays have occurred. !
$1.OO. $$9.00
t with reliable, between this country and European The major Is a most enthusiastic believer I Pure

.- .p 10.00--rZ50.00 Manufacturers, enable us to ports have, made his name known all in the future of the new line 1 Candiesin
over the world. and the city that will be at its <
i- offer: you better selections at endorsed tne
? are by Pure Food
SilverTHE (Continued on Forty-Seventh Pass) nus.The -I
Glass latest advices from Mn.
:t. Cut lower prices. A.
Brownell,who It will be remembered tf,If 2,- 3, -and-5-pound boxes and also in fancy

THE REAL CAUSE. some two weeks ago was carried to a'' baskets. Give us an order now for Xmas. If you
Mobile sanitarium for a surgical
Vases The Ancient Scafp-Fever Theory Ex operation, represents that the lady is buy anything:from usthat you want sent out of town,

Toys, ploded.At ., rapidly improving In health, and will we will pack it.free of charge.Don't .
one time dandruff was attributed soon be able to return home. I
i Dolls WEEK Ornaments f to the result of a feverish condition of We understand that Miss Brigman, fail to see our assortment of holiday per
US. WAGON, OADS.AFrEft' WAGON LOADS HAVE the scalp, which threw off the dried daughter of one of our leading merchants -j fumes imported and domestic.
who has so long lingered! ,
cuticle in scales. .
! Games -BEEN; DELIVERED.- \ THOUGH CUR SALES HAVE Fish and Professor Unna. of Hamburg. Cer- between life and death, is about to '- .. ..
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i V rcany tried authority on skin d!s- get welL "
BEEN TREMENDOUS- ; OUR STOCK' OF XMAS GIFTS eases, explodes this theory and' says Mild, pleasant weather these' days, .... F. : Phone 453.

c I Balls, I is STILT." COMPLETE: ; SHOWS NO SIGN OF BEING Game Sets I that dandruff Is a germ disease. which' puts; the local fishermen to digging -
: This germ Is really responsible] for tail.Editor .
H ;PICKED'OVER.. '. I the dandruff and for so many bald I Ed. A. Williams, of the The
Horns .T = t Chocolate I J>ads. It can be cured it, it is gone Canabeile: Advertiser surprised his Crystal Pharmacy,
ft :
,ONT ,DEL'AYTURCHASE' :. TILL THE LAST. EACH about in the' right way. The right parents and many friends by a sodden
: WILL BE l"ay, cf .course, and the only ray 13I visit Tuesday night. He left next Brent' Building.
Animals Sets I'Lo kill the germ night on the accommodation train for
TO BE ENGRAVED SHOULD CERTAINLY BE I Tfewbro's Herplcide does this, and Carrabelle. .. -
permits the hair to STOW luxuriantly A,couple of freight train came very ---- -
Teddy !SELECTED EARLY. Odd .Bits i, I I just as'nature intended It shouJd. near having a head-on collision at I ,-
r For sale by W. A. D'Alemherte the first curve south of town :jester* and lei thejpttier J.tr.alA..P3,: Mrs Browne this week. They arrifed
-; ,. druggist and ,aacjthecary;! 121, South day. Fortunatel1'they were not Mrs. Wilson and daughter, Mrs.-- I I Wednesday morn! ? and rev= d
,Bears of China. I Palafox street, or send lOc in stamps under full headway.and were able to I I Smart, of Plke"eounty,' Alabama, sister until Saturday when they return
"" fr r sample to Tie Herpiclde Co,. De stop.before colliding. Conductor VHlar and niece of Mri..W1C.. i to Ponce deLeon, accompanied a
s.: .tr 'tllllllllllmIlUllllillllllllll llllllllllllm um/Ill/ / mmmlllbllIimmllll: / mII! ''miUIIIIIIUHhiwHu I In I troit. train then backed Browne.j -
; lIIJ/ ;:' : := ..! ....... Mich. .' s Intq the.swftch were most"welcome .Mrs. Brovs
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I q fry THOUSANDS and best selected l have and values line iy it j jii
rf r N a J[ we ever shown throughout every are attractive i .i

g $tp I tI tIM A suitable Christmas present. ,is not a ,difficult problem. Put the question to any man and :tt; fP 't tIU.

:: I Iri most women and they will tell you that they prefer something ''for their wardrobe or something that: will IU. 1

N It i pN add to their comfort. Presents of this kind are practical and sensible* They are always being used and j' ': py t I III

Now remember line here fresh and of latest and and
N f h!,l I V tf are appreciated. every. complete, styles patterns, h ty I

g select will stand the closest tR
gi f I any present you may inspection '

gg::i Look over the items below. These :.arer only ,a few of the many handsome articles we have to show II I t't

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:: you. see our display, anyway, you'll'take our you'll buy early. n -; : !
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it Elegant Line of Linens* Men's Furnishings 4 I If i F

I Our immense collection of Linens includes Center- .. In this department you will find everything that.. L l

>> pieces, Scarfs, Squares, Table Cloths, Tray Cloths, v. one could wish for. 1

Sheets,Pillow Cases, etc., in a complete range 'of prices 1 1r HALF HOSE'GLOVES i*
from 75c up, some put up in neat boxes for the Holiday ., ,
trade. Our line.of Sheets and Pillow Cases is very ,Attractive SUSPENDERS: ,. NECKTIES
this year. Iqi'I

it i ca.Embroidered.. to match hemstitched...............sheet.......$4.00 and rlso"Fancy scalloped* to match hand.koP finished linen,..sheets.sheet. 'SMOKING JACKETS SHIRTS '. .
a $ pair; cases $ pair; set. $ 00 s 4 i

::it:: match Plain fine hemstitched quality and sheets good and value.$3.50 case to priced Centerpieces from I 60, ,scarps to.....,..tray.....covers.....;.,.$etc g.75, BATH' ROBES :FANCY VESTS l- s I
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I Umbrellas Leather Purses, + i) In a wonderful profusion of beautiful styles and at N
very moderate prices.Slippers l '

H for Men and Women Handbags and Belts. lw .I.Ii .t '

?N Oar holiday Umbrellas are ready. A well selected- line of leather Hats
a Come and see them. Quality and purses and handbags and belts in all .
N moderate prices prevail, in thia line: the new ahapea, favorite styles .and
if Prices range from $1.00 to $18.00." colored. For Mothers and Little Ones For Men and Boys.
N Special values around $5.00. Prices 25b to $ 2.25.
n" '- In many beautiful designs made. pf
M :All the new and nobby shapes as
n Our showing of Lad** and Child...'* Cloak.*'thl* year U'exceptionally good and many handsome fine Felt and Fur and soft plIable'
ir. : values arc.her._ r Kid, ranging in price from -fl.00 to well as the staple styles. Prices

I Comforts and Spreads. Ladies Cloaks $5.00 to $45.00 Childs Cloaks $2.50 'to' 9.75 $2.50. .. $1X0 to $3.00. -.

fi From years of experience in buying. and selling w. Shoes. : :
have a right to boast of magnific&it snow-White I i

g spreads we have to show yon; from the simple crotcheted An Attractive Line of Handkerchiefs. A. of Shoes would make ,tf'
pair our elegant
kind to handsome Marseilles, plain, fringed and with anyonehappy. :
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0N cut corners.' For the baby we can show you a wonderful .
%: E.I CfUEFS make a handsome present and one that is range. of styles in our celebrated, Budd's make 50c to $1.75 + '

Crotched hemmed..75c.to tiemmecf........ $2.00 and Marseilles$3.50.Ha4f fringed, cut corner $3.00 HAND ,appreciated. Our assortment has been selected especially For little sister or brother many beautiful styles in i
to $S.OOCrotcteed
g Marseilles $230: and t hree-quarters sizes $1.00 tog for the holiday trade. They are put up in fancy boxes. Budd's and Maloney make from' .'. . .$1.00 to $2.00 i
:: fringed, cut corners $1.50 three and six to the box, and the values are well worth'considering -
to $3.50. $1.50. For Big Sister a pair of our' famous Dorothy Dodd 1 ;
Silk, down comforts, elegant line, $8.00to $37.00.N : Look over the:! list below: or Queen Cotton Shoes would make .a very handsome .
'_ 100 dozen Child's. nilthtl, Handkerchiefs, Men initial Hwtdchfof, .lIl linen, something and acceptable present. .. . . . ... .$2.50 to $4.00 d
N 3 In fancy box........................25c nice, I In box...........: .$1.50
Big Brother'would certainly: appreciate a pair of our

%: Fine Novelty Hosiery. Ribbons- for Holidays. kerchiefs 50 dozen, 0 Ladle In box.aH smart linen value Initial HandVery$1.00 .........fine......values......;..In....boxes;$2.00 and Of"6$3.00 at celebrated Ralston Health, Crawford OF Alden Shoes. is
Made in all the newest. and best. leathers and on the most
ii An elegant line ot Silk Hosiery in .We have all the good colors in nar' our 125 famous dozen Shamrock Ladle* initial quality Handkerchiefs, sheer and ,2 Boy In box fancy....Handkerchief..................good.....values....ZSc up-to-date lasts .:.. .. .. "., . .$3.50, $4.00 and $5jOO r
i! latest fads, and to match all ne, 6 in box...........::.............$1.50 Handkerchief, d.
all shades the sUppers. roil Ribbons for fancy work and the 50 dozen Ladle*' plain hemstitched 6 Boys In box plain.....hemstitched...................:..;\.70c
most stylish of the wide Ribbons for
Shamrock best .
Handkerchiefs ............quality........... Men' hand finished; pure linen Handkerchiefs Clothing. '
I Prices from $1.00 to 3.50 pair.{ opera bags,'belts; etc. ever, .15c_ ,,2 for. 25c very sheer and fine,,50cteach:. : l'
..A splendid line of the sheer embroidered 6 In box.- $3-00!
.. kinds In a complete price range, An attractive'Un* of Men'*soft hand Could Santa Claus possibly bring you anything. t .::1;
Ii each...................... ..15C to $3.00 Handkerchiefs,-at 35c each '
finished linen
embroidered and In box of 3................._.,-1,..$1.00 more acceptable than an, elegant suit of clothes, overcoat .
I Elaborate Art Squares hand Men's finished hand Handkerchief,Initial Shamrock Plain hemstlached- handkerchief". In or Cravenette? For men we are showing many hand R
quality in checks;In.two.value 35c to SOc prices ranging from 9c to'We. some designs of the famous Schloss Tailored Suits

I An Art Square will make an ideal present., We from .. .$13.50 to $35.00 !
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r have them in a variety of patterns, every one a beauty. Come to our store to do your Xmas shopping.A! '. Our::,. For boys 8 'to :17 we have an elegant range of styles.
I Tapestry, .Axminster Wilton and Moquet are here. "' .. For boys 3 to 8 our renowned Xtra Good line is all thata it
.,large force of competent.and courteous sales people \viUbe : fond mother,. proud father or happy boy; could wish n 4..
g 9x12 Tapestry Art SQu.res.,5.f 9x12 Wllt l n. Art Squarei..62260 ':
.: of great assistance. ; for.. it
i:; 9x12 Moqvet Art Squares.$32.50 9x12 Axmliwter Art Squar.$25.00 yyi
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Luxurious Furs Make '';. .' Ladies'Waists.. Cravanette Rain Coats. I_ i '!d ,
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SECOND FLOOR : swell Uneof! the latest styles and'cuts wife, sister, mother or daughter J ( r 1
N it .: in Ladies Waists: All 1 the dainty,fluffy ]kinds here is a present'that will do it I : t

g IF you mas,intend you'd better giving come.Furs see this what Christ-weN that are-so'much in vogue this years:'are herein and one that is' simply indis- v' k :, -! '

N R have. An elegant line to select from i great variety;;:. AU,:hand made and readyQ.. pensable to a well 'dressed I f Ii '

in Fox, Stone Martin, Water fink, wo'i
N* Opossum and Sable. to-wear. # : man. Our line of. D t t t'

N Children's sets in Ermine;Baby Lamb $10.00 NotWi this with prices : L
NN Hand Made Longerie Waists. $3.50 to are great year; .
and Water Mink. -
1N All the ,latest styles.for this season. Plaid Silk Waists:;". $6.00 to $10.00 ranging from $565. to $30.00 I ;'

are includedin-this,line.. r :- $6.00 to $18.00 around $15. : .
Fancy Lace.Waists' I-IWith an exceptionally good value/
Prices*' SL50 to- $40.00 I
Madros Waists, 50c to $3
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ioII1 i' 1 Cold Turkey, :1 OF RAILROAD COMMISSION ON

i Cold Chicken, JANUARY '1-RETIREMENT OF S -

ij:;. f Oysters in All Styles, JEFF B. DROWN FROM PUBLIC .

'" | Fish of Every Kind, ti LIFE ONLY ,TEMPORARY. -BLOX- a L New ..

1, .* In fact everything that i HAM WILL NOT BE A CANDI icii9: :'r.Ex.'elusive .

; isI DATE. :
; By Miss Jefferson Bell.
"Ship me somewheres east of Suez,
, | where the best is like the worst turn to Tallahassee to occupy the gov-
i Where there aren't no Ten Command- ernor's mansion the old order of social Stationery
1 1 Oyster Loaves ments, an' a man can raise a life within its door will be revived as
it thirst they are both fond of entertaining. I
J d Specialty. For the temple bells are callin an' confess to a very warm admiration
it's there that I would be- !for :Mr. and Mrs. Browne and their
:.. Open from 4: a. m. ti I By the old Moulmein Pagoda, lookin' 'attractive children, Joe and Susan. A 5-
12p.m.Ir lazy at the sea- picture of Mrs. Browne In the royal
i_ On the road to Mandelaywhere the box at the coronation ball at the Pen- Store
old Flotilla lay sacola Mardi Gras last year lingers -
.. With our sick beneath the awnings like a vivid poster on the walls of my -
. .. :when we went to Mandelay, memory. Radiant and regal in a cling' ; -
.- .' I Oh. the road to Mandelay, where the ing gown of liberty crepe with a trim- "
: A fine stock ofJacob's flying fishes play ming of heavy pearl passementeriethat
F An' the dawn comes up like thunder had served on her mother's wedding ''' ..
I i outer China 'crost the bay!" gown and a filmy shawl of rare :Mond December l 9'06.
it, Candies ssss old lace with just the tinge that age Y I1tb
Pat Murphy sang it during the last gave It, about her splendid shouldersand _
t legislature with a full Irish voice-vibrant an armful of American Beauty ,
J in all size packages upI and strong. Somehow he is roses she was to me a satisfying typeof .' :
like one of Kipling characters this lovely womanhood.
I to 3 Ibs. Candy always.n Irishman wty lives by his wits. He ssss .
is one of the oddities of the Florida It Is the season of holly and mistle- '
i_ acceptable Xmas gift. legislature. How he lives or where, toe, the Christmas spirit pervades the to be had for and for in the
no one seems to know., Why he came dear old town. The" streets and shopsare Everything correspondence use
to Tallahassee recently I do not know, thronged with old and youn doing
l' PHONE 999. for' he is a creature of secretive their Christmas shopping. There

f ': : habits. is the smell of apples and candies sacred office 'will find a, place on our shelves While our stock is incomplete -
-I am the advance guard of the leg to the season-the candles and
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islature, he announced and that was apples that Santa Clans used to bring -
l all he said upon the subject. long long ago. There are none like
"Who is going to be the next gover- them. Here at the Leon we have for of have
account delayed freight to
our we
4000! 4000! nor, Patr* I asked him. fruit and nuts and raisins at the end opening, : ,
"It looks like Jinnings he replied. of our Sunday dinner. To me they _
"Yes it looks like he is the favorite used always to be associated with

t What? Why, Records. continued.but favorites"You don't know always Bob Davis win,"wasa he pudding Christmas belonged just as to mince Thanksgiving pies and plum and show .several of the newest things for .polite, correspondence that

favorite" Christmas., I'd like to put them back .1. .
t Edsion 35c, Columbia 25c. Ther: he began to whistle "On the there and keep them sacred to the sea- "
1 Read to :Mandelay"-Tallahassee during son with others of the illusions life have beep brought out :" :
iP 35c 60c and $1.00. the legislature is Mandelay to Pat has taken from me. .. ;: _
Murphy the statesman from nowhere. 'Fortunately as life takes ; : : t
the .
'i away .,- 'O I!;" "\ ,."
J tfVictor You can get any record you asss dear simple faith of childhood in the

A popular piece of gossip going the sacred things that had no existencesave '-. '. .
want at the rounds of the Florida press just now in a dream she gives us in their b. ,
is to the effect that former Governor place experiences, capacities and POS- -\ '
j. Clutter Music House. Bloxham may become a candidate for sibilities for happiness to take which,' { AssQciateq'with me will be .
governor at the coming election. used aright will make livng! : a ttY) ?Ask to see ,ourinew'two-fbld
!Discussing the matter with me recently grown joy and our hearts vibrant and ., ,
t Machines going daily ,at $1 Governor Bloxham said .that responsive to the song of the angelsat % s. Mr. J. E, Maura Jr. who has
he had no intention whatever of ever Bethlehem.-.Peace on. )he' earth ,

r per week. again taking any" active part in 'Florida goodwill to men, \_ ...",. .. linen tablets eachlsKeet 'on'bef
You make 'No' t had
politics. may my r' ... .. seven years'experience in
Do you own one? as emphatic as you can" he said. "I A pitiful tale of human misery and II"o! ..... .
held the office for two terms and I shame is teld in a thirty-four page
shall not be a candidate again." letter to the governor that I read ,a the business and the
There is hardly a man in the state few days ago. It was from a convict .i folded make the'standard stationery ,
: Christmas who Jias lived Florida politics as named Hart, an old man seventynineyearS 1g
thoroughly and as continuously as has of age who was 'sent up from fact that will handle
Governor Bloxham for the past fifty Key West on.a charge, of burglary. we only
; FruitsThis years. Making his home all those After he served a part of his sentencehe
letter sheet. Different: tab-
years at the capital a. great part of was pardoned conditionally and size and
-, the time occupying a high official position some months later was' returned to : stationery stationery
is the place to buy and with a personal acquaintance to prison for violating the conditionsof .

s:.. Fruits, Oysters, Can- state he with knows the more leading of the men inner of ahd the enough his pardon.to substantiate His letter his is statementthat erratic lets 15, '25. and, 35 cents.Alpin's : 'requisites exclusively devotingour

. Jour i Fire Works, etc., for the unwritten history of Florida politics he Is not responsible for his ac- .
Prices reasonable than any other men in Florida. His tions. In his letter to the governorhe )
,. name Is one to conjure with and thousands asks that he be sent to Snug Harbor best ability and energies to
'would rally to his support if hewanted the home established for aged .
t G. P.. Caparlsos,; the office,, but he does not sailors In New York, upon the condi- Flax .cloth :finish
t Cor. Tarragona and Intendencla Sts. want It. tion that he remain there the rest of a the business will enable us to
f To be governor of Florida a man his life. Some parts 6f his letter are I ,
reeds his youth aLd his strength to striking and through it runs the storyof /
.LAllan's meet the thousand demands upon him. a ruined life-a life going out in the
II There is a tremendous strain upon all shame and darkness with nothing of linen will a sur- serve public in a manner .
his vital forces and Governor Blox- love or hope to light the way between paper prove.
bam is wise in his decision to live the the worlds-a human derelict without that
t Janice remaining'years of his life as be does anchor or rodder-drifting close to the cannot_ help but'please
in the winter In the quiet comfort of shoals of death. The letter written I :
his attractive home, where his friends from the prison headquarters is in pris to' you at 25 cents a and ; -
Toilet drop in to spend an evening or an part as follows: .satisfy
afternoon and the summers at the "Your Excellency:-In most respectfully -
Virginia, and Carolina resorts wherehe asking you to accept. my
has long been a distinguishedfigure. sincere thanks for your characteristickindness '
WaterHAS In granting a man as'deeply pound* ., You
The office for a third term could not involved In degradation as I am the are Invited to Call.
brim? him ''any thing; he does not already privilege of writing you-an act which
THE TRUE JANICE ODOR.It possess Naturally It must gratify ; my heartfelt respect for you'personally -
him to know that he could have and the respect due to your high
it, but secure In his honors and ,the official position would not otherwise
I love of Floridians he will leave the have permitted me to do-!t behoovesme
vexations and cares of public life to to say that I did not ask the favor
is exceedingly dainty others. I for the purpose of wearing your pa-
ssss l tience with a volume after the orderof
E t and refreshing. Used in the. The expiration of Mr. Jefferson BBrowne the Lamentations of Jeremiah CO
.S term as railroad commissioner though as the wings of approaching aura Stationery
i Mace bath.: teaspoonful to early In January will make a I,night cast shadows on the face of the I d!
earth so a combination of ,
marked change in the personnel of the : may age
t 'a basin of water will rest tired railroad commission. I understandthat disease, and imprisonment cast I
: Mr. Burr 'will be chosen chair- :shadows on this hierogiyphlcal land-
: nerves and often ward off a man of the new commission, Mr. .or pappr-cape spread out before
Butch the new member will for the you. 4) AUBUEY MAURA Proprietor.Corner
coming cents .
present make his home at the Leonas A Perilous Passage. ,
i did Mr. and Mrs Browne.. Mrs "My first passage: around Cape Horn
the bottle, Blitch does not Intend to come to Tallahassee was made somewhere about the,fiftiesof Government and beLuna Sts. #
until spring. Mr. and Mrs last century. The ship I'was in
f Janice Powder Browne will return to Key West the largest one afloat in those days, i
Beauty .
where Mr. Browne has large holdingsof had a cargo for the Peruvian government
!:,. real estate that have become very Her cargo 'among which. was **<*lll**|*|*|*<* J+ fttNANtNr.I .
becomes at once the delight valuable on account of the extensionof guns solid shot and shells was so --
the East Coast Railway to Key recklessly-stored that all the heavy I, :
of all who use it. It is WestIt material was put into her tween I decks making her cranky. We were depression the !Ight'o!: .it removed, as to throw her upon her beam endsof I dust and ashes of shame and despair
j. perfection from my spirits.. despair, the made much leaway in
is generally known that Mr four months getting from New York I I though here I most solemnly ass>er'and
f in face is Browne's ambition Is to become -- I "Alas; history rer.eatsAtSelf. Last seas of temptation that Instead of i
'horn. ship
a powder governor our
; latitude of
i the the wb t
of his I $100 REWARD, $100. :to February I got clearance'papers and rounding the Horn of Prosperity she swear that I was not one
Florida. retirement
: so The readers, of this paper win bepleased :being so cranky we could .not, in a i a* dean bill of irjoral. health from, a!+!drifted into that moral desolation the I[more responsible for the deed than I
from Is
1 I and becomes public life only temporary.i that there ?
harmless, invisible to learn is at least ,I I was birth. The
Notwithstanding my belief that the' one dreaded disease that science has .fresh breeze unless It was aft, carry I certain y custom house of mercywellknown t cheerless-and so far as human sympathy -;: for'my Conception and
| when applied with next governor will come from West'I been able to cure In all its stages and but very little sail. And when In the I I ,to Your Excellency. The skiesI ]I .ia concerned-the'Arctic ocean:.J question may be asked-and it is apbser'If ,
Florida Mr. Browne has friends that Is Catarrh. Kail Catarrh Cure la latitude of the Horn we fell In with,I were fair nor was a.&toiin'signal' in of crime-where she is beating againstthe i 'you were not responsiH'.
many the only positive cure now known to the which lasted for a week at f I I!sight I took In purposely to' frigid winds I how it Is that you described the at
apuff. 50 cents the box. who recogniis the fact that he pos-I medical fraternity. Catarrb being a constitutional hurricanes ; a cargo of contempt; eta '
f sesses many fine qualities and disease. requires a constitutional a time throwing the ship on her beam i I!(trade along the coast of what I presumed vironed by an iron bound coast of icebergs ': fair so plainly in your statement
manyof '
t the essentials that go to make a treatment. Halls Catarrh Cure la ends, causing her as she wallowed In: lo be prosperity. And it proved composed ofyxmgealed immaculate :! "When I sat down on that wharf at
taken internally acting directly upon the to such that we to be. not for me, but for purity frozen .!,1linneola. though smitten to the corp
good official. Mr. Browne has madea blood and mucous surfaces of the the seas make leaway prosperous on the Arctic continent !
good railroad commissioner and has thereby ddestroytng the foundation mtem.1 soon found ourselves in the Antarctic pirates Awbo boarded me and depleted righteousness misery and hopeless despairknew" +
j bathe
.f MISS WATSON will be I held the office at a great sacrifice of disease, and giving the patient ocean. It was'the middle of the southern -. my cargo In,making my way south No Help at Hand. I perfectly well where I was was ,
by buildingup the constitution assisting idea of committing felony
time and monev In my: opinion the nature In doing its work. The winter and such a winter; freezIng toward the Antarctic of distress I fell "Could yon have been near' me the
.i* :/ leased to show the goods. railroad! commission Is a rood place proprietors have so much faith in ita hurricanes, snow, ice, most of the i, in with suck-gales of misfortune, such night I got into this trouble and read foreign to my mind as was an Idt'ato its
for a man with a future to bury him- curative powers that they offer One Hundred twenty-four- hours dark. The Horn;:buccaneers-who so plundered my car my thoughts after I recovered sufficiently "stop the earth's revolving on ot
C Samples fromHooton's e'f., for It I? a department where cure.Dollars Send for for any list of case testimonials.that it fallsto when we sighted It was covered with ,go as to wake my time and weather to realize what.I had done, you axis But after drinking that pint took
; honest painstaking effort is. neither Address F. .J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo Ice and snow but as it, was a harbinger i i beatenbarque cranky for want of bal1 would have known that the first In- whiskey, some Irresistable power oa
I understood nor appreciated by the Ohio of freedom from the,gloom we had i|1! last In point of fact and In short,I ouiry of my mind wag "What will Governor command of my senses goading me
ff: Pharmacy. public. Bold by an Druggists. 75c. been eneloped.in.ln'that frigid zone,j'I[the old barque became so cranky and Broward and Dr.Julian think of to what I done. I make no plea
Take UalTs FamilyPills for constipation.
f.I''' The Birthplace of Prompt D!"v T'Y. Tf .M Mrs TroTm , 'iid re- I shall never forget: the Indescribable1x.u ; 1'the .seas of adversity- -- so.-tJO"nhalnous- use now?' Yes and it.was in.the very (Continued .on rortv-Seventh Pace)

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,,1f The First fl Great Feast 1 e- S ;i .

1'L 1 of the i ClhristSaini 1 : ; : Ponsacola Investment CO! '

Once again the the great first feast
cf the Christian world comes to renew No. t North Palafox Street. ;
(the memories of years and quickenthe
Instincts and attributes of our :
f higher selves into wider facts and "{- > l"IU. H. Knowles .ihn E. ,
..dearer sympathies Back of all our StiKmao. R. B.Sl ecn ;
(joys, a kind of power behind the .PfltfdSBt, IRw-Pmt & Geol IJupr. SYmky.i .
throne!; of our visible doings is the, -
fundamental truth that this day !s far h"/if\; Snowies: Hrer, A. H. IAIsmbertIL.Trll : ;
pore than a day of floe generosityand t ''J' i ; C1J! liXllr.
gentle donations. It has for its I
basis the mighty miraculous fact of; : 1 -
God's wondrous gift of His QVr'U'41Tfne : Y : .
Eon to humanity because He loved honanlty -! ,' ,

>sally in and need because of just this humanity gift. was J ., 8' How About an investment in Suburban Property? -

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Arcund the virgin birth of Jesus "

there has been there is, and there '..,,
ever will be the silken textureof '::' -
the a love mystery of ,God yet as manifested the mysterycf inthis I : We Own 2300 Lots in East Pensacola. #

strange birth covers with a supernatural .
whiteness every possible ele- I /
'cent of shame that might linger '
around the manger of Bethlehem.Mere t XXX i
questions of physical generationfade ,
into insignificance beside what ,
Jesus really was and is, though no : @: This addition to Pensacola has and
f less an authority than Professor Huxley Rev. Percival H. Whaley, T over one one-half ,;

in certain has positively regions asserted is not devoid that nature of virgin -, Christ church. miles of water front on Pensacola Bay and Bayou Texar. It is B ;!

But births.above what we may call the I partly learned the divine t tI ; the coming residence section of the best people. I
habiliments of the 'birth' "la the God became man in Christ i t ;
taller fact, that we have in the Christof I truth which unaided human
Christmas,. the certified truth that could never reach alone. No .
God became man.. It is the divine I(I of rigid argument could have Also We are of 1,000 .
owners over west of the '
evidence of the human possibility.I I' it. No daring venture of the I 1 )
We name it "the incarnation of imagination could picture it. between
Jesus." God has always in general I I matter, purely and simply of city Big Bayou and Little Bayou.
ways, been giving himself to man, yet revelation.
here is given us, in the form and fact There is about Christmas a
of revelation, the specific doctrine of sire and energetic influence that
Homer's beauteous and poetic dream,I to lift us all into better Also several hundred acres north of the city between ,
that God can and does become man in dearer outlooks. At times,
Christ Jesus, to such result that man of it,,as especially, the I! Pensacola and Goulding. We. control the West Pensacola -
can get back close, near unto God tival, yet manhood's maturer :

Himself.This the logic of Christmas is the pose things In which befitting come rest from upon d 1 Land Company, (Pettersen addition) and the South Pensa P

vast gift of God to man, so that every I joy like prophecies in the
;little present we make, traces Itself,! life.There I cola Land Company.
like some thread of Ariadne back I are two words j?
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through the labyrinthine mazes of life ever to our Christmas joy and I
to that strange birth in the little Hebrew -love and peace. We hope,
town, when the angels sang I that where love is supreme Money invested now in lots in East Pensscck or in the ii
their blessed sons and the stars listened I spread all at'O\1d. w the ftaal.
in splendor through the spaces'I divine revelation is that peace West Pensacola Land Company addition in
of toqinbered worlds. whose synonym is the love of !; or acreage _
We believe In the miraculous birthOf Christmas Is the : .
Jesus because we believe .Jesus. the love of God in partial suburban property, will give you handsome profits in the
Modern( civilization la different front ness. It is both the fact r .
ancient civilization-the Occident from, prophecy what it is and will f &. near future. I '
the orient just because the west has give or'rather we ought to i : .


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of losaclty,Tsnt candor demands of me :
to acknowledge that I am and long I 1 ;
have been conscious'! that my brain is)J ,
diseased. At the launching of the Con- ;3
federate ship Alabama?as the ship j : : i. v
slid down the ways, a stanchion
fetched me a whack on the scalp and 1 ,
it was days before I knew whether I j
All New was in Beekenhead or Liverpool, 1
Since then there have been periods in 1 ..
Ii .. lay.life that are now and then utter j I
: It, "
blanks to me."In "i
doing my level best to lead an We have the largest line -Holiday goods that. :
upright and honorable life I not only .
If Watches fell among thieves, but fell among we have ever had, in fact, we have as fine a line as 2B t'. .
Jewelry hardships' and privations, such as going I ''f.
without sufficient food purposely to j -
save.expenses, exposure by sleeping in 1 can be found'in the State. of Florida. See our collcciiori i I : t
the woods and traveling on foot ; ', r. f :{
No Second-Hand or Shopworn ed beyond' -No my Use strength.foe Old Men. Joad.l| of :

Toor Excellency is aware I I :ll
am an old'' man, but you may

Diamond Rings, $4 and up. Solid Gold close aware to that my seventy-ninth I am now verging year of very life. !j I PACKARD'S CHINA WARE l"

I O14k My nervous system is so shattered .'Ii ,.
Gold Watches, Waltham or Elgin that at times it makes my life, so far .
as peace and enjoyment are concerned This is the finest line that you have ever seen. ,
\\ These are just a few of my.bar airs.- Ihave: ,,a howling desolation. Again ; !
my nervous system, combined with I j i We have a big line of Diamonds, and more : : '
I am offering at correspondingly mental depression and hopelessness
s makes my life a burden too heavy to, ; .I"
be borne. I am Just about as uselessas Watches of every description than all the other
I would be In a portrait gallery of '
All Goods Engraved Without belles and beauties. It is all very well I stores in Pensacola: have, put together. :.p J', ". .tI
to talk about old age being honorable
; ; if the aged are prosperous and I When out shopping drop in.and look over our \ ti.h
; : : wealthy but when it comes to old age j ;.
In poverty and In prison the respect stock. ... ,
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-. ; -: shown them reminds me. of Solomon'srespect i:: ; i;
for unorthodox aged and infirm '" I 'i '1Wateli
idiots aged in1 sin and infirm in "
a JEWELER. ._ __ _. faith. In fact the world has no use N q,
I for old men. Let them be in prison or our show window next week and you .
Brent Building.THIS !.. out of prison they are a burden.
Sailor's Snug Harbor. ) will that interest i '
? see somethong ought to you. I :
S 'According to Captain Randall'swill t
; alafox5 any sailor" man sailing out of the :i .. :Jf >
port of New York for five continuous H ,
'--:-- years, would be entitled to a home II\
there (in.the home called Sailors Snug : LINDENSTHSJTH'SHarbor 'I'Ir
COUPON Harbor After it was built and became !tt 3
the harboI'of old sailors the interest t-
One Dollar(1.00 of the property would not support 'il r
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will be accepted as, It and every; sailor man sailing II il : .r F
out ef New York was taxed to supportit.
amounting to $5.00, or more, if pi I paid that tax for years and as I 4
sailed out of New York nearer fifteen and should it be possible r Trusting that you will mercifully
chase. Not good after December 22, year than five .1 am entitled to a through Your Excellency's intercession I use your all-powerful influence! to re -
home there which would cheerfully .be in my behalf for ma to go to the I cue me from an Ignominious death ia ; I'I'I
J. F. :DAVIS, The Jew gives me could I apply for it. Sailor's Snug Harbor I moat solemnly I prison, with every consideration of respect : Y'
.!% 1 am too 'old and too diseased to declare to you that |-win not stayon for Your Excellency: I subscribq !
be of. any use herenow.' I am not the soil of Florida one moment I myself !.
wanted here, the lessees are not run- longer than it takes me to board one ": ot,void of gratitude x A
-' there (In the home called Sailor's Sang cf tie Clyde Line steamers. "J. W. HAE7. :J ;

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