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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 18, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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VOL. IX NO. 297. ,

= PENSACOLA_ FLORIDA. TUESDAY MORNING DECEMBER 18. 1906. PRICES CENTS cI j .



PRESID NT'S MESSAGE CABINET CHARGES ARCHIVES fROM ONLY COMMON AND CHEAP 'iM\ *; j



I ON ISTHMUS OF PANAMA MADE YESTERDAY SEED IS DISTR1TD4.1MATTOX .


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THE NUNCIATURE _nnnnnn_____ ----- -- -
Pictorially Illustrated State S-'i
AVENGED SISTER BY Oscar S. Strauss Now Head Over Half of Congressional _i

Document Was of Great HElDRESPONSIBlE 0 ,
of Department of Commerce tJ '
Appropriation for Seed
Interest to Congress THE UNWRITTEN LAW Spain Objects to TaKing
| and Labor. '
Spent Uselessly. -
,
_n___ Charge of Them on Ac- '

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Innovation Causes Goodna-* THE OKLAHOMACONSTITUTION Virginia Brothers Wreak Metcalf Secretary of Navy count of Rupture. Government Not Justied in ,

tured Comment in the
Summary VengeanceAfter and Bonaparte Attor- Expense Except for
House. Fears Favor to Vatican Negligence of Operator Saidto .

Forced ney General. Original Research.
Would Be Regarded as Have Caused Thanks- '


MESSAGES RESPECTING PUBLIC Marriage. MOODY TOOK PRESCRIBED OATH ; Hostile to France. giving Wreck.By SENTIMENT OF COUNTRY, ESPECIALLY -

LANDS AND NAVAL PERSONNELALSO AS ASSOCIATE
JUSTICE
OF THE THAT OF SOUTHERN
WILL BYWATERS, OF CULPEP- I -
READ IN BOTH BRANCHESOF Much Progress Has Been SUPREME COURT THUS BRING SPAIN WOULD HAVE ACCEPTED Associated Press. FARMERS SAID .
TO BE PRACTICALLY
I PER, FILLED WITH LEAD AS HE Washington, Dec. 17.-The official,
CONGRESS RESOLUTIONS Made in the Framingof ING THAT BODY TO ITS FULL TASK IF ASKED TO DO SO WHEN Investigation of the Southern Ry..:I A UNIT AGAINST PRESENT ,
ATTEMPTED TO LEAVE THE wreck on Thanksgiving day in which! ,
RELATIVE TO PAPAL NUNCIO AT PARIS WAS I '
STATE
RIGHTS That MEMBERSHIP BONAPARTE i President Spencer lost his life was PRACTICE-CHEAP SEED FEATURE .
Important ROOM AFTER : I'I
THE CEREMONYHAD f
AND CHILD LABOR.By RECALLED-SYMPATHY WITH concluded tH ay. The responsibility ,
Document.By BEEN PERFORMED. THEN INTRODUCED.By i iI is placed on Operator Mattox, of Ran I MAY BE ELIMINATED. !
I FRANCE AT ROME.By goon.
I The Investigation report shows that.
Associated Press. Associated Press. : Mattox let the train following the I Special to The JournaL ;
"Washington, Dec. 17.-The pictorially Associated' Press. B v Associated Press. Washington, D. C., Dec. 17.-oscar i Associated Press. ;one upon which Mr. Spencer was riding ', Washington. Dec 17.-The proposition : ;

illustrated message from the president Guthrie, Okla., Dec. 17.-The bill of Chicago, lIt, Dec. 17.-A dispatch to S. Strauss, of New York, was formally Rome, Dec. 17.-The Spanish government -. Into the block before he was notified presented to the house committee ;oJ '
portraying conditions as he the Tribune from Culpeper, Va, says J on agriculture by the of the 1-
rights presented by the sworn in as secretary of the depart-:, has notified the Vatican that that the block was clear. 1 opponents
blind them on the Isthmus of Panama the committee to that a few minutes after he had been it objects to taking charge at presentof present method of conducting the Con-
during his recent visit, occupied the declared constitutional that the conventional to-day forced to marry Miss Strothers and ment of Commerce and Labor to-1lay.1 the archives of the papal nuncla- Charges Dismissed. j;;gres'sion Free Seed distribution Is one -

senate for the greater portion of to- United States Constitution the of the while she lay in bed weak from an taking the place of Secretary Metcalf. ture at Paris owing to the rupture of Danville, Va., Dee. 17.-The charges{that will not fail to.receive the sup
was
da>. Printed copies, handsomely the land. The bill contains supreme law of operation. her husband, Will By- Secretary Metcalf then went to the diplomatic relations between France of murder against employees of the II;port of the entire country with the I
bound were placed on the desks of provision no unusual waters, was killed by two of her department where he took the and the Vatican. Spain certainly Southern Ry., in connection with the ;exception of a few members of con- .
each senator and the reading of the I freedom brothers. Bywaters was shot eleven navy would have accepted the task if asked wreck on December 8. were dismissed J gress who are wedded beyond hope to
The of I I
document was closely followed. I I Is religion and speech times as he tried to escape from thegtrrs oath as head of that departmentRetiring by the Vatican to do so when the to-day. The coroner's Jury verdict turnip and pumpkin seed: Of the
guaranteed the
The president's messages making ; state forbidden to room in which the marriage was Secretary Bonaparte welcomed papal nuncio at Paris, Mgr. Loren- places the blame on incompetent em-:! $242,000 now expended in distributing '
recommendations respecting public appropriate sect money for any religious I!performed Saturday night. The girl Secretary ,Metcalf to his new zelli, .was recalled as France then ployees and bad management, but: free seed, $132,000 Is spent In giving
lands and the naval personnel were also -, tive of or denomination! or representa is expected to die from the shock. position and Mr. .Metcalf resopnded could not have made any objection.But names no individual. received and read. criminal any religious creed; in all I The story leading np to the tragedywas briefly. after the expulsion of Mgr. Montagnini I seed on the market. L4. '
The senate agreed on the holiday prosecutions for libel written told by French Strothers, a third Secretary Bonaparte, the retiring the secretary of the nuncia For two days the anti-free seeders 1
adjournment, which will be takenon matter may be: submitted as evidence,I II brother of the girl. secretary of the navy, at eleven ture, and the search of the archives argued the matter before the house ''j ,' ;I
Thursday to January 3. and if it is proven that publicationwas "I came to Culpepper Friday," he o'clock took the oath as attorney gen such steps as taking charge of the REVIVALETfl l Will committee on agriculture this week.!
The following resolution was agreed based on good motives and for said, "because we had reason to believe eral ot the United States and immediately papel arc'iives in France might be regarded They represented that while the government a
to: "Investigation by the; commerce Justifiable ends the accused may be something had happened to my entered upon his: new duties, after -I as hostile to the French government wac Justified In Its work of ,
labor department of the International acquitted. sister and the name of my family. I exchanging complimentary Remarks at Paris which would be original research, to develop. and Improve .
Harvester Co.. and directing the judiciary -I i i A committee was appointed to ask told my sister:. what we suspected and with retiring Attorney General contrary to the policy of The Spanish seed, to secure seeds and plants -

committee to report what au- congress thousand for one hundred and fifty told her if it was true I would kill Moody.Mr. government It is said in this con- COME A from all parts of the world with a ; -
il'ority congress has to prevent Interstate dollars to defray the ex the man on sight Moody then presented himselfat nection that the Vatican authorities view of ascertaining the possibilities '
commerce in child made goods. penses of the convention. "Saturday Bywaters came out to the supreme court and took the made a mistake in not applying Immediately of their domestication It was not
Resolutions against the infringement I the house and I told him_what I suspected prescribed oath as associate Justice, after the search. of the justified in giving away, year after ..
of state rights were presented by and that I had about proved thus bringing the court to Its _full archives to Count Torneilll, the ItalIan millions of packets of cheap and common j
Senators White and Raynor for future my suspicions correct. He protested membership. Following the otner ambassador at .Parls, not as the I varieties of seed which could be
discussion.i ; LARGER innocence and I told him I did not believe justices into the court he was predated ambassador of Italy,' but ,as dean of CLOSE[ obtained at any seed store in the coun
In the House. I fSSEl him and that I ,would kill him. by Chief Justice Fuller. -Mr. the diplomatic corps, whose duty It try.; -

Washington Dec. 17.-The house toy -! "Then he asked to be permitted to Moody was then escorted" by Mr. Jus- Is to protect ,the privileges of the Country a Unit.
i passed several small bills under i see my sister who'was in bed sufferIng tice Marshall to a seat on the extreme corps. In support of their contentions that
suspension of the rnJps. UP Indian from the results of an operation the sentiment of the country was prac-
Appropriation bill was taken up and i that had been performed in Wash' left.Former Secretary Bonaparte was Rome Demonstrations.Rome To-Night Will Be the Last tically unit on the subject they presented -
fifteen of fifty-sovon pares had been ASSIGNED ington. then introduced to the court as the Dec. 17.-The extreme par- the views of the department of
completed when it was laid aside for "I finally let him go to her room new attorney general.'MORE ties strongly protest against the repression Service at the First Baptist agriculture as voiced by Secretary
nre ldent's messaee concerning! tb> and they both confessed. Then he of yesterday's popular demonstration Wilson and Prof. B. T. Galloway, chiefof

Y'anama'arull, which consn ,; f asked to be permitted, to marry her. herei sympathy! with S Church. the bureau of plant Industry; resolutions
than an hour bins: listened to by a I told him I did_not want Jiiia to mar- France-and-are organiaing>new' mani from naf'nal organizations of : .'
large number of members. The pic HERE ry her. But he pleaded, promising tq FREIGHT festatlons.' The leaders urge their ad- farmers ana about five hundred state '

torial feature of the messas" af- marry her and take good care of her. herents in the meanwhile to leave The revival services, which have and local agricultural and horticultural -
forded: an opportunity! for pood na- "I finally consented to the marriageand their cards at* the French embassy, : been In progress for the past two societies: letters from five hundred .
ttr-od (comment the innovation of cuts told him that if he ever desertedher where they are piling up'by the thous- weeks at the First Baptist church, will professors of agricultural colleges]] and
i 1" a state or mistreate her I would kill ands. more than a thousand selected editorials -
with, favor. paper being looked upon, Quartermaster Steamer Gen- him. :My sister also pleaded that she 4 come to a close with the service to- from as many daily newspapersand
t T TRAFNS 5 ARE E night, and it is expected that there
"P psaees; from the president on PUh-1! be permitted to marry him. I knew will be a large congregation presentto periodicals; all to the same effect -
He eral Bachelder sistef in the condition
lands that with
and naval personnel ExpectedThis my listen to the last sermon of Dr.
so: read. aI-I j she was, if I killed him then and thereI TRAIN DITCHED Hamilton. I The intimation having!! been frequently
Representative! Moon of Week. might as well kill her, sd I left the I made that the opinions of the
Tenlleg .! Much good has resulted from the revival -,
wav Appointed a member of the comi place. NECESSARYTo R and the sermons of Dr. Hamilton press were being Improperly in-
i ,ilttee on rivers and harbors. After French Strothers left home, have been listened to with much!fluenced by the seed merchants
-- I Bywaters James and Philip Strothersthe through advertising patronage, sever -
On account of the large number of two other brothers of the girl, Interest by the large congregationswhich : al editors of prominent agricultural
I artillery BY WRECKR[ have been present at each of
companies stationed at the '
HUSBAND TAKES came to Culpepper and got a mar- papers stated to the committee that
local forts the services. Dr. Wakefield has added
a larger vessel to
trans-I I riage license. The Rev. J. W. Wareof I I I they had opposed the turnip seed dU- r- -
port the men and their be- Handle Business and Are much to the success of the revival by i
the Episcopal church, performedthe '!:tribution for years before they became
tween the post and the city, as wellas I his excellent singing and direction of' editors and that
DEADLY ceremony. After the marriage I i I ,no seed merchant 11
RPVENGE to handle the freight, has been the Louisvilleand Fast Train the choir. Last night there was a' ) -
I Bywaters said that having married Added by Passenger on had ever Intimated to them that h< '
made necessary, and the war depart- I the girl he thought he had done his good sized congregation present considering would either Increase or decrease his

ment has ordered the steamer Gen- duty, and then ,announced his Inten- Nashville.The Texas and Pacific Ran and the the announcement very inclement weather, advertising because of, any attitude I
FATALLY WOUNDS HIS WIFE AND eral Rachelder to proceed to Pensa- tion to leave her. Relatives of the was then. they might'take on the question. That l r
cola from Fort Morgan, and the ves- girl remonstrated with him and he Int an Open Switch.By made that with the service this,afternoon further stated that th r were southerners -1
THE MAN FOR sl will probably reach here during and the one to-night the revival: 'their
WHOM SHE rushed to a window leading from the and publications circulated -
this week. At least advices receivedat of the At increased freight business in would come to a close. largely southern farmers, --
room to the roof porch I among ,
LEFT HIM. the local post are to the effect that this Instant both brothers of the girl and out of Pensacola over the P. & A. 'and that the members from the south !
she will reach here during the latter fired repeatedly division of the Louisville and Nashville Associated Press. 'were mistaken if thought fe
drew revolvers and '[ they : ,
portion of the week. has made necessary the addi-I I New Orleans. Dec. 17.-One man Is -, '
southern farmers
dead his body for
By Associated Press The man fell back were clamoring
Ian Francisco, Cal. Dee. 17.-Lying The steamer Poe:, which has been falling near the girl's bed. I tion of two freight trains, dead, one seriously hurt and two others MUCH DElAY ASCAUSED free squash seed. "Give us all]] the ,.
on cots in the Central Emergency plying between Pensacola and Fort which runs between Pensacola and I,I slightly injured as the result of money yon will." they said. "bnt let .1
hospital, with death but a few hours I IBarancas, will leave upon the arrijval Florala! and the other to and from' the derailing of Texas and Pacific .It be devoted to the real advancementof
off, Roy Garrelson and Pearl Garrel- of the General Bachelder for Mo-I I River Junction. I I passenger train No. 51 by train agriculture.i F' ITj,..
eon, of Haefner the victims of Joseph 'bile and will run between that city These trains have just been added wreckers at Waterport thirtytwomiles The Washington representative n j. '
Haefner who killed himself after and Fort Morgan, but Inasmuch as ,ECUADOR REBELSAREDEFEATED and are now in operation. One is a I I west of here last night [D or the anti-free seed t'fvpm91t. hlnwer 1 it :
that local which leaves Pensacola This is said to be the third recent
fhootmg the couple in a saloon Sat- fort has about been abandoned fieight a newspaper man well-known to tin t r3 ,
urday night: gave different versionstif she will not see- much senice.The I each morning at 7:45 and returns at attempt to derail- the same train. The members of the committee stated fo. }
the tragedy. General Bachelder is a large 3 p. m. Going out it is known as dead: the benefit of Inquiring members that pJ J I
Garrelson. upon being told that both C and commodious vessel and has excellent [ [ [ Xo. 27 and returns as No. 28. This Andrew M>ers; white fireman. In his Judgement any man seeking to ,%(, ;
will die, stated that he i u not the wo passenger 'accommodaUon3.'In train has been made necessary to Seriously Injured: WRECKWhich purchase editorial oniniops by cash fl ;
man's husband. and said that she Is !j I fact she Is more of a passenger handle the business of the road to I Chris J. Link, engineer, badly pradvert1sinr. wonll be foolish an 1 )
the wife of Haefner, who did the : vessel than 'a freight carrier. She I I nnd fron. Florala and points between I scalded. would defeat big own purposes' lIe I::4, ?f
shooting.; According to the dying i i draws about twelve feet of water and i the two cities The shipments of|I The baggage!; master and an unknown thouiM. the members of congress J ,
''to accommodate her a wharf is being I of I freight from Pensacola are growing ,were slightly hurt. The ) t
man. the woman left her husband Town Psasje Captured by II negro should pay some attention to the opin ;,
come time ago and had been l Ihing''i built further south on Palafox wharf I exceptionally]] heavy and really caused I't train left New Orleans 7:30 o'clock Occurred at Goulding of some of the thousand noew" I! '
with Garrelson. Tailing in ihe at than where the Poe lands. Government Troops and the new train to be put In operation.|I last night and was going full speed papers published in all parts of th r l'fts ,
:' The other is a through; freight to when It ran Into the open switch. thpV' reflected th
tempt to persuade her to return COtl"ffY' as certainly
to' Coal t
When
I River Junction Jinown as No. 25, and The engine turned turtle, the mail Yesterday, :r
liim. and finding her in company with Eleven Killed in Fentiment of their readers Whethe 1- !
Oarrelson; Saturday night Haefner GERMAN TOURIST leaves the city at 7:45 p. m., and returns and baggage cars piling on top of It. I the house will abandon the turnip see 'r; :t f
as No. 26 at 7:45 a. m. The other cars remained on the track. Car Left Track.
fatally wounded both and then com- feature of the! distribution or not wfl < '. I I
r'ltted suicide. The woman. however Battle.By and beyond a shaking up the' passengers I II be unknown until the vote Is tak* I t ;

indignantly denied that she is not I STEAMER ASHORE escaped Injury. but it begins to look as though, tv, : '. T

arrelson's! wife, and declared that I :Much delay, with but little damage, ,might : 1 !
fhe was married to him several years I Associated Press. 'J PANESE ARE I was caused yesterday' to trains bound I
BO. Guayquil, Ecuador, Dec. 17.-Col. FOUR, KILLED north when a coal car left the trackat i'* f"
PRINZESSIN VICTORIA LUISE IS Serrane, commanding the government Goulding and tore up the track for BICYCLE RACE
troops. reports that the rebels retreated considerable distance. The x ;
THOUSANDS GET I WRECKED ON JAMACIA-CAP- to Psasje on Paturday. Ser- ON COAST LINE one of a dozen or more being car brought was !

TAIN COMMITTED SUI- I rane attacked the place capturing. BUYING G SHIPSMay into the city by a south bound freight A SUCCESS | '1
rebels: and taking
the town. killing eight train and as the train was passing \ i>
HIGHERVAGES CIDE. seventy pri.oners. The government FREIGHT TRAINS CRASHED INTO Goulding the coal, car left the track, By Associated Press. kj
lost one 1023. tearing up the rails for some distance. Xew York, Dec. 17.-The men who ?: t
I The..rebels have retreated to Santa STRING OF EMPTY CARS AT The wreck occurred just as passenger took part in the six-day bicycle race fat

C y Associated Pres- By Associated Press. Rosa where they are entrenching for Result in Driving Pa- HIGH SPRINGS. 1 train No 4, bound north left Madison Square Garden last week ". i
?o!>ton. :Mass., Dec. 17.-The week Kingston. Jamacia Dec. 17.-The, further resistance.The the city at noon. and .the latter could spent yesterday in resting. An Informal ( I
l- 'fore Christmas was ushered in hap. Hamburg-American tourist steamer formal election for president cific Coast Merchants to By Associated Press. I not proceed further luau Goulding until meeting was held at the Hotel : '
pily to-day for nearly twenty thousand Prinzessin Victoria Lulse, from Newt I will be held this week. There are- Gainesville, Fla.. Dec. 17.-A, about 4 o'clock In the afternoon. Bartholdl In the afternoon. and the 4 1t
operatives employed In the cotton York. went ashore last night off Port four candidates. the Wall. freight train on the Atlantic CoastLine Freight trains bound north and those rivalries and animosities of the week ji
rillls at Lowell and Chicopee when RojaL The passengers were landed i crashed Into a string of boxcars coming to this city were also blocked were forgotten. There was nothing '.. j
zn advanced wage scale went into safely. Captain Braninswlg suicided'' this afternoon at High Springs. for that period of time. I I about the men suggestive of physical '' ,, '
effect!' In Lowell the manufacturers with a revolver. The vessel Is,pound I fAST PASSENGER The fireman. two brakemen ''and a i hardship. Every man who finished
granted to about 17,000 operatives ing heavily and the seas are breaking 9v Associated Press. negro were killed. Engineer Beavere I will receive a bonus. Root and Folger : .
Ust! Friday a 5 per cent Increase In:, over her. Hopes are Still entertained I Washington Dec. 17.-It Is believed I was*Injured The dispatcher says he TUNNEL UNDER will be divided on the percentage ![[| ;
wages The textile council, therefore.' that she can be saved. TRAIN VV Rt.CKI D that the president's menage to congress sent a warning 'but the crew main- i plan. as the teams finished. The net
lecHed to their 10 I on the ship subsidy bill which tains it was not received. i te said tl) have been the most succe s> f
action on f
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rer cent demand postpone until next Sunday. I' GOOD posmoiTFOR -will be presented shortly after the BRITISH CHANNEL ful from a financial! point ever held. /
the Gallingtrbill
133ew mill By Associated Press. holidays, will support DROWNED IN'THEETOWAH
Year's cotton
operatives all 175.000 : STEINH4DT' Rochester. N. Y., Dec. 17.-The New as passed by the senate. STEAMER SUNK IN J rI
England are
o"erew '
York Central "Buffalo local." fast Representative Humphrey of Wash- RIVERBy
,a
etpected to
be advance
in I
participating an
In wages amounting to from 5 By Associated PreSL ,train was wrecked near Palmyra, this ineton. told the president that Japan Associated Press. By Associated PrelLLondon. BRITISHJCHANNELDovef. f

to 10 per cent Washington. Dec 17.-It Is under- afternoon. The engineer was fatally''had been negotiating for the purchaseof Rome, Ga, Dec. 17.-Luther Wal- Dec. 17.-A bill empowering I Dec 17 T5n-in: a heavy :
American
stood that Frank Steinhardt, consul injured and the entire train, with tlie all first class ships oni 1 !
--- Pacific coast and declared that if raven, son of a wealthy -fanner, was the Anglo-French Company toj I I fo In the BrSH*! rbpBii1 the British I Ist'rwr [j
to Cuba since 1903 is about to exception of one Pullman burned to the
General general
Hood Dead. drowned in the Etowah river last construct a tunnel under the Brltisichannel ,, A-5-a(9'j.4 with sad ,
I It would result'
Baltimore Dec John resign to become resldt'nt'agent of a the trucks. this was accomplished __ 'I
General
17.- *s -t: i- Tj
He was attempting to cross has been deposited in prallieme" -i I I iw--- "wct' >p Jifer.
Tood. New York financial 'con'ern at Two freights had collided before In discrimination in favor of Japanese night. .. '
president! Rail- large Just .
of the United J horseback in a ferry boat. The I- The estimated cost is eiiI : -'-'-' .5. : *
vJy and Electric Company, died a salary of twenty-five thousand dollars tnd'the fast train was not flagged in I I merchants to and the drive walL many American on horse and rider were both drowned. million. |: were :_ : : --: : -;: : :ZW !
t-aicht after a short illness, aged 63. per year. time and ran Into the wreck. merchants lS.4




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was not all Y.iuoc tii sailing

!! ,.:: Jack did sonic ":..! it.qt Lciert JEWELER ;

;;., : Staking Distinguished Members of be could see his wsy uw to succeed D ;
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! V Burbon\ Family; _Mentioned Vulcanite roofingcame ; 120S.PAL.AFOXSTREET. ,
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Powder
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Jack rescue:
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Law Suit. plans as it always does when '_ \\\B .We have the' largest line of Holiday goods thai I Ia
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V baua its merits are known, Shown Wreck Re-
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Special to The Journat. so, of course Jack's in fact fine line
had have
Pans Dee. 17.-A Bourbon law ; we have ever we as a a /
i suit in which the names of some of ': ..::house was a success. ports Made to theCustom ', '

: Healthful cream of tartar, derived solely from the most distinguished; members of -'::: Yours will be,too,if can be found in the State of Florida" See our colicc 5/

that family, including King Alfonso t. you use Vulcanite House. P "
i' SV refined to is the active. S
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grapes, absolutelurity, XIII .of Spain appear, is now beizgventitated the cheapest food ,
V of before the First Chamberof ? 1ionof 2
Royal Baking
made.
!I principle roofintf ever V ;
the Civil Tribunal of the Seine.
: t'owder.V The suit dates back to 1878 and refers V V For sae zgit herein Although the list is not complete I

; Hence it is that Royal Baking Powder of Spain.to the Princess estates de of Queen Bourbon Christine daughter -1 a toTra floss !by wreck States reports custom officials filed with, show the the United vessels J 1 PACKARD'S CHINA WARE 1

owned in
Peneacola suffered to a
; V renders the food remarkable both for its fine of Francois I. king of the Two A. M. Avery Hardware Co.GUIF I great extent by the September hurri! a V V '
Sicilies born in 1806. She died at I'
S [cane. The reports filed in the 5
: :C: flavor and healthfulness. Havre pn August 22, J878, and was n ___ tom'I' house, do not show either, cus-the I!12 This is the finest line that you have ever seen
: the grandmother of the King of I II I foreign vessels I' f.
iTiiific damaged or lost: or 7
:: No alum, no phosphate:-which are the Spain.France She which left considerable are claimed estatesin on the O.,I II i the lighters, launches, and snail vessels I :: We have a big line of Diamonds, and more .1i .
r principalelementsofthe8o.calledcheap It I but only includes vessels of a *
: I I
hand Prince Don del i
one by Fihppi H /
CHJPMAN
Manager.
4 :certain tonnage, and many of these j2 Watches of description than all the
: baking powders-and which are derived Drago Ferdinand del Drago, Princess t( every other 5
hare not yet oetn reportedTh > iiat,
of Atunl; Prince Francesco del Drago, Foasterj Elender and of! i y ..
Shippers
from bones rock and acid. showing the
I sulphuric I j came of the vessej.
Count of Ascrea; Prince Luisi del I owner tonnage, value and loss is as 2: stores Pensacola have, put together. ?
Drago, and Prince Giovanni del Drago'
J ?
S Fine follows: *
\ and on XIII the of other Spain hand; Principe by King Car Alfonso CoffeesOUR I I Schooner Fanny Ann Geo.V.. i j \Vhenout shopping drop in V and look over our .
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Ss los de Bourbon, Prince and Princes COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL Brown owner, 40 tons V valued $1,800, V S E
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. NEW YORK. stock.
; V Louis Ferdinand of Bavaria' Com- GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL loss 51,800, cargo loss $iSO. ::

b ;tesse de Paris, Due de Galliera and a Steamer Angelo Punwody-Aiken ; .
dozen members besides those of the Towboat Co. owners, 61 tons, value -
5
Bourbon family. ti,000 loss 5500. .

f NEW CAFEWe Tug Helen, Dunwody-Alken Tow- 2 '.Watch. our.show window next week and you itwill'see

AMERICANS T Tt HURRYING THEINVENTORIES THE: VIEWS OF loan boat 14,500.Co. owners 12 tons, value $5,000 _

have just opened a Tug Neller Keyser Dunwody-Alken :sojnethoniT that,.ought to interest you.IJNDENSTRUTH'S. |

A VISITORThe Cafe in connection with the Towboat Co. owners, 21 tons value

i t FINANCE liNE Montgomery Advertiser, of Hotel and can serve: meals at $3,500 Schooner loas 3000.Evelyn, Ximrod McGuire_ I

recent date, contained the following: all hours. Short orders a owner, 26 tons, value $1,000 loss $200 !
4 Montgomery man who returned Schooner! Norwich, IL P. Edge andS.
H 0--- yesterday from several (days spent laPensacola. specialty. Special rates by S. $pence owners, 1C tons, value

was deeply Impressed by week or month. $1,000, losf $300. ,
i ; Amur Railway, a Connection Scenes of Violence at' Many the evident prosperity and hustle of PARK HOTEL Tug Florence Wltherbee Rix M. .*nnm8\tn t\svsm8xsxss\s 3\ iI
( the Deep Water City. Robinson and other owners 67 tons

jV 1- of Trans-Siberian, to Be Churches in France "I believe" be said "notwithstand 104 E. Government St. value Schooner$(,000,Hilary loss ,$2,000.Mrs. Oana. Pryor -
ing the storm of a little over two

l Built With American While Work Was months ago, Pensacola is right now owner, 38 tons value $2,000, loss $2-
000
loss$120.
cargo
I: enjoying its greatest period of prosperity Florida and Alabama Steamer ; I PENN Your
.5 While Pensacola handles a Capt. Fritz J. G. Rogers I Safeguard Health
r Money. Being Done. great deal of cotton Its distinctive exports owner, 20 tons- ,' value $8,000; damage

f are turpentine and lumber LAND COMPANYManufacturers 1000. :
Schooner Two Ssicter, Peter L. Ro-
1 These articles of commerce are and -4 .. Penn
Nerve
J Special! to The Journal. Special 1 to The Journll.Paris. have been for several months at almost \- ofnd I sasaco owner, 20 tons, value $800, ..

St. Petersburg. Dec. 17.-At a recent pec. 17.-The government is record-breaking figures. The Dealers la I loss $800. V V
,hastening: with all possible speed market has been than, SAWED CYPRESS Schooner B. F. Sutler E.: E. Saunders -
'h meeting the Council of Ministers never better It LUMBER SHINGLES
through the taking of church inventories & Co., owners, 34 tons, value $5,. V
. is now. This of course, has greatly AND K.LN-DI"ED SAP. and Blood Tonic
;t approved a propo&al submitted by i
loss ) .
under the separation law. enlivened trade in the gulf port. OQO, $0,000.Schooner (
'I the Minister of Finance concerning I I While the task js being performed by Moreover, the storm itself had an In- Minnie' W,, E E. Saun- REMEDIES
jt'; the method to be employed in con- officials under the protection of direct benefit to the city's commerce, I. ders & Co. owners, 56 tons, value $8-

structing the Amur railway which is squads of troops In the various parts .for it destroyed in numberless coast' 000, loss $3,000.Schooner Should be in your.vest pocket or handy about the home. In the >rIng ,
J; required to join Khabarovsk with of France strange incidents have occurred -,towns and settlements household ANOTHER CURIO A. J. Chapman, E. E. summer heat, when yon are all run down and physically weak

I the main Trans-Siberian railway by as well as at Ploughastel and goods and family :supplies. These Saunders & Co. owners. 45 tons, value with nervous prostration skin, eruptions, depressed spirits, peevishness
I h a line of the Russian territory. The other places in Brittany had to be replaced, and Pensacola, $2,000, Joss 2000. Irritability, general sensitiveness of the whole nervous system
1! new line is to run from Srentsk to I At Pigan; near Montpelier in the :has greatly benefitted from this on Schooner Minerva E. E. Saunders I morbid fears restless and sleepless nights, edema, pimples, blotchesand
I', Pohro>skays and is to be financed j'South of France an enormous quan- usual trade. & Co. owners, 64 tons value $6,000, all impurities of the blood.
, by Americans. |, tHy of sulphur had been set alight the FIENDJSSTUCKPaid loss $6,000.Schooner.
"The
The line will be divided into two 'In the church and the government officials I improvement most .casual of the visitor city,-UhQwn nqtes by Ruth A. Welles, E. E. I USE PENN NERVE and BLOOD TONIC
sections the first from Srentsk to
were nearly suffcoated. 'The Saunders &; Co. owners, 31 tons value
V. Fokroiskaya, having a length of 2JO fire brigade ,arrived from Montpeller I such p 1ldIjigwksjhe.bigB1opgt office $8,000, loss $4,000. :Tow is the time to begin. This great remedy costs but, a trifle,
i' miles and the second from Pokrov- but found that all the water hydrants r building and the new city halt\ 'which Schooner Favorit R E.. Saunders will save you doctors' bills and years of suffering.
h! skaja to Khabarovsk having a length bad been stopped up. When at last I are now in'collrse of construction: together Five Thousand Dollarsfor & Co.. owners, 46 tons, value $6,000, When you take a Penn Remedy, you are using an honest reliable
9 of 930 miles. 'The total cost is estimated : they secured water and entered the with many others: loss $3.000. medicine vouched for by your leading druggists as free from all
1'; at $86,000,000. church men perched on the roof ; 'The streets of Pensacola are now : Top of Penny-in-Slot Schooner Carrie N. Chase, E. R spirits or poisons a body-builder, with a tonic effect found in no other
cleaner and neater than I
ever sa 5
medicine. It Is tonic that
tones.
showered down burning sticks of sulphur .. Saunders & Co. value $6,000 a
1 ft owners
i No Opium in Chamberlain's Cough on the firemen. them. Nowhere In the city, excepton Machine.Special t loss $6,000. The Only True Vitalizer, Price SOc.

;IV Remedy. The troops even obliged to the water front can one see any Schooner Lottie 8.V Haskins. E. E. Retailed by Hannah Bros.. Hooton's Pharmacy and W A. D'Alem-
were
V 4 There is not the least danger in give evidence of the big storm. On t/e berte and all druggists.
charge to the from the Saunders & Co. 55 tons, value
V keep people :; owners
ing Chamberlain's cough: Remedy to water front all the wreckage has not
.il precincts of the church. 5000. loss $5,000. ...... _
small children as it contains no opium been removed but it has practically to The JournaL tiIit'-:- V '"
Scenes of violence and hostile St. Petersburg Dec. 17.-The following Schooner Caviare E. E. Saunders
t or other harmful drug. It has an established all been piled in neat piles. Most of ,
demonstrations against the officials ( is told the & Co. pwners, 59 tons, value $5,000 ..
with
; reputation of more than the wrecked vessels have been recovered story being ----- ------ -- ----
'1.t thirty years as the most successful occurred at Alencon Avignon Armen- and again are afloat greatest of glee at the expense of an loss 3000. V .. :.. ...rn--' ----w-----
._, medicine in use for colds, croup and tieres and Versailles and in nearly "It is hard to realize when V one American traveler In Poland. It appears Schooner Lettle G. Howard E. R fl
, ", whooping cough. It always cures and every case the church doors were battered sees the city that it recently under- that the American traveler in Saunders & Co. owners, 56 tons
t is pleasant to take. Children like it. down. went one of the most furious hurri an old curiosity shop in Poland had value $5,000, loss $4,500. Want Some Painting Done?
-i Sold by all druggists. cane. I the good/ fortune to pick up a curious Schooner Clara R. Harwood, R R
j : Renaissance piece of furniture in Saunders & Co. owners 55 tons, value

NOTICE. iron, apparently some sort of min- 6,000, loss $5,500.
This is to certify that I have sold to CROMANTON. $100 REWARD $100. ature tabernacle having small fluted Schooner Carrie B. Welles, R R We will take the contract and charge you
'J' AniPlIo IMLustro all the interest I have Saunders & Co. owners, 39 tons
The reader of this paper will be columns and a gracefully shaped
in wharf.the bark except Olheri thi now small west yawl of Muscogee boat for pleased to learn that there Is at V least one cupola. The dealer supposed that It value $6,500. loss 5500. only r labor and paint-we just want to
dreaded disease that science has been
the sum of |lg].TJ. had been used for the celebration of Schooner Priscilla R R Saunders
t. Special to The Journal. able to cure in all Its stages, and thaIs sell the
: Witnessed JOHN T>:. RANDALL, S. OTIS. Cromanton Dee, 17.-Times are reviving Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure la the : Jewish rites in private houses during & Co. owners.' 46 tons value $6.000. paint.Saunders.
V
V P. R. PEARL. up somewhat on The bay. only positive cure now known to the medical the times of persecution. The curio loss $1,000.
1 fraternity. Catarrh betas a constitutional
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Messrs. Tayiar, Scheimer & Co. disease requires a constitutional bore every sign of age and the ama Schooner Angelina R R Saunders
have opened up a turpentine camp at treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken teur bought Jt and placed it in the & Co.. owners, value $4,500, loss $%,- Mill Company

Forendale and another camp is con and internally mucous acting surfaces directly of the upon system the there.by blood, position of honor among his collec MOV Fhonv 717. 21 East Garden Slraot.owners ,
templated near Ceaderpow about ten destroying the foundation of the disease tions. When he reached the city of Steamer Eugene, F. F. Bludwrthand
miles up east bay and the problem and giving the patient strength by Paris and entered the undergroundfor others owners, C5 tons value .w.. V.------ -a

:: ColdWeather now Is how to feed the hands. The nature building in up doing the constitution its work. and The assisting proprietors the first time on the platform he $8,868, loss $600 cargo loss 1200.
steamer Tarpon la: unable to deliver have so much faith in its curative beheld, new and freshly painted. replicas Schooner Idell Chas. W Parish
freight under normal conditions now, power that they offer One Hundred Del. of the Renaissance Jewish and others owners. 65 tons. value $1.. 50 tons, value $8,000: loss $1- I desire the
to
lars for any case that it ,fails to cure.Send &00 I i announce to
loss
,
whereas only a few years back a for list of testimonials tabernacle. The' five thousand dollar 200. loss $400, cargo loss $25. cargo 1500.
little forty-ton schooner making two Address F. J.. CHEJ T3Y & CO., Toledo, curio was the top part of the pennyin Schooner Ponna Christina Alex- Schooner Josie Johnson Hoist &; ladies, dressmakers, and tail
O, Hold by all druggists, 75c. 165 tons value ,$3,000 Co. owners 25 tons, value $3,500 loss
,
machine. sen owner.
trips a month could supply the de Take Hall's Family Pills for eonstipatlon. the slotchocolate ors, that I have taken the
mand. The increase has been phe- loss $8,000. 3500.
nominal and if our pass was dredged Schooner Oracle S., Jerry Martin Schooner Altama. Hoist St. Co. own' agency for the great Wiss

r out the increase would still be more PICKED POCKETSOF and others owners 8 tons value $800 ers. 29 tons value*$:.000. loss 3000. Shears and Scissors.

I wonderful would be an Eldorado loss $800. Schooner Jas R. Collins, Hoist & '
r for the investors in transportation Schooner Osceola. Warren & Co. Co. owners, 13: tons, value .1,000 loss The guarantee on these goods are thatI

companies, and Pensacola might Increase CATTLE OWNERSpecial I$1,000. will give a new 'pair on the return of
.- bcaooner Clara R. Grimes. Hoist the old pair whether
!. her trade a hundred fold but broken, damaged or
is Coming'as soon as a railroad taps our bay- I& Co. owners, value $%,5\1", loss $2,> worn out. Simply return the old pair'

under existing conditions-the bulk to The; Journal. DOLLARSis 300. .* and get a new pair.
'of our trade will be diverted from the Paris Dec 17.-Mr. Motthuy, a TEN I Schooner Irma Hoist & Co. owners, All of the Wiss brand will be sharpened

S i Deep Water City. Now that our solons rich cattle owner and miner had his !6 tons, value $800, loss $700. free Ind.fln'.tety.r .

I and will need I are in the national class l room at pockets picked of $5,000 on the stock I Schooner D.V... David Winkler I|r F. B.
you a warmOVERCOAT I Washington{ some" one 01 our delegates Exchange the other day. He made an all you need. II owner, 5 tons. value $300: loss $300. BRUCE,
I should speak out not by inspiration acquaintance of an Englishman on the Schooner Frances and Marjery, V 21 Brent Row.J.E.DUBUISSON.
from New York and the two I Warren & Co. 40 tons, value
I i alone but from a business point, \oyage owners. .
i and don't Malt to be called on to V men went to see the Stock Exchange Just think small $10 pay- I$7.500. loss $7,500. "

I speak as representatives of Florida CuttingStock together. Suddenly Mr. Mothuy ment will l your family Schooner Emma Jane Warren &
II make demands for their constituents missed the Englishman and on feelingIn procure I Co. owners 52 tons, value $6,000

:and work for them. his pocket found that a $ ,000 note,: a high-grade life-lasting loss $3,000.'

;: 5' OR i I The railroad surveyors have shown had been abstracted and a note sub-! Schooner Ariola Warren &; Co.
stituied saying "Forgive'me; It was a'!1 Piano. value loss 1
i up on the bay front and staked out owners, SS00, $300.
; I the terminal of what is known as the matter of life and death." Schooner Caldwell H. Colt Warren
We have been
I!Steele road. few days hunting busy out Odds the past and Mr. Motthfoy has refused to lodge Get it now-or buy it now & Co. owners.- GO tons value $6,000, & BRO.

GRAVENETTEThis i About twenty passengers came .i in Ends of stock. any complaint against his fellow pas and l have it delivered just be- loss. $2,000.
,
senger.In Schooner H. L. Harty, Warren & 124-125 E. Intendencla St.
on the Tarpon last week for the bay Got quite a. pile of them, too I
country.Mr. fore Christmas. Co. owners 49 tons, value $7,000.1 PHONE 66.
i Better Praise of Chamberlain's "
come around and look Cough
,
S is the }>lace to pet it. i Florida. E.visiting Mosher his, _who children has been has returned o- them over. Ten to one youll Remedy. I i This $10 payment will get I I i I loss Schooner U.Zi0"( : William H. W rreD. War.I II We have everything to

Our line is of find a pattern in the lot that There is no other medicine manu : & Co. 29 value .
large and the and acts just as though at fine Caswell Bach ren owners tons $ ,
;: I you like-and the price ia much you a make Christmas
home factured that has received so much ,too loss $.,OO. .1. your
best !
makes in the world. less than usual. and of ,
I Rev. P. Wneman| the M, E. minister praise so many expressions I Shulz, or a slightly used dinner a success.
'r. We have them in all preached Sunday morning and V It's a ease-of cutting price so gratitude as Chamberlain's Cough I I TO CURE A COUD IN ONE DAY i
r evening. V as to CUT STOCK. Remedy. It Is effective and prompt:iKranich &: Bach or Lester,I I I Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tab- i
shapes{> colors and at prices The weather Is fine and the air BUT quality remains un relief follows its use. Grateful par- I i I lets. pruj gst. ref'''J1'' m on.,. if it fails I A Full Line of
.; from bracing. V touched eats everywhere do not hestitate to I:or one of a number of good I.i: to cure a;. y-. GRVt'K'S signature U oneaCh i ii
to benefit of '. box. :;c. .
testify its merits for the i
Work on the Sales Davis & Com Here you are- pianos. Holiday Goods
V
$10 to $37.50WMtei mill Black and Blue Thibets $28.00 others. It is a certain cure for croup I I I .
S pany's on north bay is progressing .
..
and will prevent the attack If given -
fine aqd it is expected to be one (3000 and $3260 values suit $ .50; a week will pay for i;TEACHERSATTENTION -
at the first appearance of the disease.It I r
TOYS, ETC.
DOLLS.
2600.
of the largest :
V mills In the Southern
Is especially to children the Piano .
adapted without interest.
-
states. Fancy Scotch novelties In l
as it is pleasant to take and contains The Public. C Nix I Since the decision of the supreme beautiful design? $2500 and :nothing injurious. Mr. A. E. Hum : Prices from $139 Get I county will! close
up. on Fridsy evening
:court In the Forbes & C'.ompany'landcase ?:!tOO values, suit f22 50. CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES
V phreys. & well known resident and V I Pec. 21&! antI -aiy begin v-org again
homesteaders' are swarming in clerk in the store of Mr. BLock. of IJt now. Ion Wene5dayQrr.Is.VJa. Sitf. 1S07.I
and the German Am'rlcan LumberCo. I Alice, Cape Colony South Africa Teachers CROCKERY STATIONARY I
aro n OUTFITTERSMoney's have their agents out investigate N says; "I have used. Chamberlain's 1 forward the'usnocthiy GLASS TIN ,
ing choice timber lands to put homesteads PIUCKETt. G-nS 6 fAIDNER I GETITNOW. reports
Cough Remedy to ward off croup an4 prom -UT! after Dee. 21st last, but WOOD AN D WILLOW
'ear Worth on-r-a matter the eovernment UBvlldlng colds in my family, I found It to be I same must be dated Dec 31stN. WARE, CIGARS TOBACCO -
or Your Back.
I Money should throw their searchlight on in (Incorporated,) very satisfactory. *ad it gives me I B. SNUFF FEED.

: i Phone 790 29 S. Pal&fox St. tlers.time to give this land to actual set- PRANK B. GARDNER. ..an..... by pleasure all druggists.to reccmmend It" For sale I[The Clutter Music House Dee ?- ts.. County. Superintendent COOK. STUFF, ETC : :

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i next.Dec.: t5 1 I JAVA COFFEE.END. i CHRISTMAS GIFTS FROM THE I Ig P7


U f, ,.2.5 J, PURCHASED fUR OY-A-MA TEA. '
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.' TRADE GROCERS.FRESH .,

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:DELIVEREDTWICE E -=-
ville, and Was Towed II -,-

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Here Sunday.The .
Don't wait until Monday. Don't leave it till Sat- A WEEK ,a
i The new stationery store offers an abundance
BY THE i :
urday, come as early as you can. big lighter .
Thomas
Here's a big list of articles for Xmas presentsfor which was owned'In Sabine Pass Clooney has PENSACOLA .
of in Stationery that will make I
been> purchased I pretty things .
the little ones and the big ones. by Capt E. E. Saunders TEA STORE.W. '
and is to be'added to the fleet ,

Hats Pajamas Suits of lighters In use In transporting the ... gift be welcomed and bring forth that i F '
output of the German-American mills ..,G. DAILEY:, your
'
Gloves Trousers Shirts from Mlllrlew to Pensacola. The

Collars Hosiery Cravenettes lighter reached here Sunday after- Proprietor. i delightful expression, "Just what: I most wanted 5
noon In tow of the tug Simpson; which
Umbrellas Mufflers Fancy Vests left port last week for Sabine Pass. B R

Suspenders Overcoats.Handkerchiefs The vessel Is practically new having /' Our stock is the newest of"the new, and i
been in use for only about
one
Bath Robes Neckwear Smoking Jackets rear, and Is one of the largest 'alongthe WEATHER WILLBE .s

Traveling Bags Walking Sticks Suit Cases gulf coast having a capacity of ; your selection will bear the unmistakable stamp ; ,
about 250,000 superficial feet of lum- .n 6B

Come early and avoid the rush. ber.Captain Fernandez of the Simpson i of style as well as quality i a & i,I

reported having very rough COOlER .
f weather on the voyage to Pensacola. g d ..
I Any article bought here will be exchanged after the seas being exceptionaly heavy f 4
but the Simpson reached port safely Gibson and Christee
Hurlbut
Eaton
I
Christmas if not the right size or for any other without Incident. tr

I Christmas Box Paper and Art Calendars =
reason Water Cure for Constipation.Half TODAYThe = Fancy

a pint of hot water taken half = envelopes,in various sizes, $2.50 I: ;

an hour before breakfast will usually = S2.CO, 5L25, $1.00 For 1907, are works of art and ftII t ;
keep the bowels regular. Harsh '
cathartics "
should be avoided. When a 75c will make a veritable wall [:
.
Was Noticeable ee
Change
purgative Is needed take Chamber- == $2,00 and =
treasure,
lain's Stomach and -Liver Tablets. .
STAJIDARDIIOTHIl1Gf( } 1 They are mind and gentle In their ac- Early Last Night, and = Autocrat Linen ; $3.00 = '
tion. For ,sale by all druggists. 1
Temperature Fell i *- In boxes, including paper, envel-. 5 II IIII

] < opes and cards for 50c, 40c, 35c :: t

NEGRO DIED OFGUNSHOT' Rapidly. =. 25c. Christmas. Gifts Eo :: ij:

Cooler weather will prevail In the aII
' city today and unless all signs fail Flax A variety not usually seen at .
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I will continue for several days. The Alpin's I
TURTON & BELL. I change was noticeable I from 5 cents all the up to
late yesterday way '
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. i A cloth finish Linen Paper and = :
tor Amatejri. THE.[ afternoon and early last night and :
kodak Suppliev Finishing T HERESfORD
-. the temperature continued to fall during :I the best ever at 25c for a whole $J. O I; 1k .
the night until this
morning over wak
COTTRELL, coats are In, demand = pound; envelopes to match, y"r

FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. It is expected that to-day the II let flap 15c a package, two for I :: '

Pensacola. ;Fla. flOATED ATC WOUNDSam weather will continue grow cooler, I M i
and that the warm weather oft the 25c =
past ten days will be over for this : We will make a specialty, Engraved Di
R. K. WHITE, season. The ;weather' conditions daring -
Watchmaker Manufacturing Jeweler, and Graduate the months of November and December i Hurds Linen Paper Visiting Cards and Wedding Cards, and 5 5i : ;
Cpt!cia*.30 S. Paiafo Street. Pensacola.! Fla. have somewhat
proven re
LAST Clay Was Shot at Crest- markable as temperatures have been i In bulk; one of the best and most offer f pedal prices considering the quality !. a:; ,l

generally higher than usual for 'so (:
in Amer-
DAILY TOWEL SUPPLY. view, and Brought Here late in the season but It is believed : perfect writing papers of the goods delivered. i, .
...RUNYAN'S ROLLERS... I that: the warm spell has not been ice; per quire 25, 35, 40, 50 and ;.: I'a ;11
.
A CLEAN TOWEL EVERY DAY The Which Sunday Night. Broken. ..m r 60ci, envelopes 25 to60c Rubber Stamps made to order. = f.A r f. :
$1.00 PER MONTH. Norwegian Ship, The maximum temperature: yesterday a
Phone 848 2 rings. M. G. .RUNYAN. was 70 degrees jatf p. m., while i ; .
Pensacoia. Florida.Tersely '
Went Aground During Sam Clay a negro employed as a the nnnimnm cccaa-ed ,at T ''o'clock .
- track hand by the L. & N., and who last night 'and was T>8 degrees and :I = ;
Storm, Is Now in was shot at Crestview Sunday was was falling at that' hour. = r r
ToldThe brought to Pensacola Sunday night for The barometer reading yesterday &&I cCOIJI f'"J
the Stream. treatment, and died yesterday after- morning at 7 o'clock>as 29.SS and the
friends of Mrs. T. S. Caro will noon about 4 o'clock In the police rainfall up to.7 p.k to. was. .22 of an '
be sorry to learn that she has been station where he had'been taken upon I I Inch 3- *

quite sick for the past few da>s. his arrival The negro ''was brought MAURA i STATIONERY I If
The Norweigian Heresford, ;
The light house steamer Laurel is ship here for treatment for the wound but I'
one of the vessels the
in port taking on supplies for the light ,.,hurricane, was dated injured last night during shortly there Is no provision for such cases NEW FIRM IS ,
houses In this district and he remained in the police station -
i after 7 o'clock when the tug Mon- where he was visited by the city
Howard L. Cawthon and W. A. arch succeeded in pulling her from NOREADY( It"" "
physician. ;
Lairdfl! of DeFuniak wer ahoeng the her position near the Dunwoody-Aiken Clay was shot by a negro named ';. \,: I AUBREY MAURA, Proprietor. -
visitors to Pensacola jesterdayMr Towboat wharf to deep water where .
King, who emptied the contents of a !
and Mrs. Ernest Pfeiffer the she is now safely anchored. shot Into the thigh at close .
are gun range. DeLuna Sts. s
The ship after the hurricane was MAURA STATIONERY COMPANY II Corner Government and t' '
proud of
parents fine girl who armed -, The shot were small but being fired
at their home last night at 7.50 'found resting on a pile of ballast old at close range tore away a portion of 'II
clock. anchors, chains, etc. some of which HAD ITS FORMAL OPENING i..a..i ,
the hip. The negro who did the shoot- :
I had come from the store house of the his
Ing made
The many friends of J. M Pfeiffer. Towboat Company, and it was neces escape. YESTERDAY AND HAD I 1
who has been quite ill for some sary to dredge a channel from that _
'
months, will be pleased to learn that:" point to deep water and also to I KING OF SWEDENIS GOOD START. !

he is somewhat improved. !.dredge around the vessel that she MUCH BETTERBy The Maura Stationery Co. had its ; fj 1 i'I
.L\
No cases were heard in the circuit might be floated This was done by formal opening yesterday and a large
Typewriters.
court yesterday and Judge Carter the dredge Fidget and required many Associated Press. I number of people visited the new : .f i .i
ordered an adjournment as soon as weeks of work, and when it was com- Stockholm Dec. 17.-King Oscar store and admired the well arrangedstore. t '
pleted the :Monarch'was secured to continues to improve his general conditIon offer the below
court convened until this morning at We
9:30: o'clock. f(pull the vessel into the channel and being noticeably better. The It Is located at the corner of Government ;
succeeded last night about 7 o'clock. following bulletin was issued to-day: and DeLuna streets, across $100 MAKE TYPEWRITERS CHEAP: 't

Mr. a'id Mrs. Frank Reynolds and I The ship is not injured to any material "The king passed a good quiet from the Plaza. The building inside Steam's Visible (new) .............*75.00
two children and little nephew. Al extent and can be repaired and night. His temperature Is 99.1. the has been artistically: repapered and Willams. (re-built) ................ 5500 11' .
mon Payne, have gone to Mobile placed in seaworthy condltons at com action of the heart is stronger and painted and the outside has just received Densmor (practically new....)................ 6i.50 45.00
here they, will visit a few days with pairatively small cost. The expenseof the mucus" in''the trachea has not. in a fresh coat of cement. The Smith Remington Premier No. 2 No.4.(re-built. ) ........ 30.00
)elatn es the owners in floating the ship creased. fixtures and show cases are all new !
was about $4,500. and for.the stock Also for ten days' delivery we can sell :.
Dr John B Tiller has been called and up-to-date as Fay-Sholes Under .1.O
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New Century.
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\\edhitcnka, Mrs. welUt must be seen to be appreciated Above
Via where ', : wood or any make of typewriter. :
Tmf'rhl mother Everything in the stationeryline machines also for rent. 1,1
> is visiting her I ,
there I-, iii or Tiller expects to rf! SAMSON. I IN BUYING YOUR'I may be found here. Blank books i iI I 'df
IJ I
return to the .I" i y about-January 1st i ,I I I tablets writing ,paper,. envelopes-, yF .
office supplies cigars ana a -
cards
The tug Simpson sailed yesterdaywith ;- fine assortment of fancy holiday stationery PensacOlaTypewriter Yn ,

ha lighter \\aul In tow for St. Holiday Giftsdon't including all the latest fads ,.
Andrews, and will return with the Special to The Journal. I and fancies. All kinds of magazines ; 11
lighters Ben and Jackson loaded with Samson Ala., Dec. 15.-Samson is I I newspapers, etc.. is also to be had Exchange, p I;
located twelve miles east of Floraia to say nothing of the line of pictures.souvenir' 'r't r 11
TOYS
on the Central of Georgia railroad. II postals albums etc. 20 E. Government St. "
"\\NSN\\\\\V\\\V\\V\\NV\\H I I forget can be accommodated _
is about 800 and It you had
The population J. E. Maura Jr., who has FURNITURE ,
has a good school two churches. a with the choicest experience In this busi- t1 f
many years
| CHRISTMAS :Masonic Lodge and' a K. of P. hall I I of useful articles for the ness will have charge of this store. t' H HOUSE ': "
has moved into his,, ASK FORMAGNOLIA "r't
Dallas King just He Is a fine young fellow full of energy ;-
new brick store Men, Youth and Boys, at and ambition. He is always FURNISHINGS, : : -I l
I Dr. Lewis will soon move into .his that make and enjoys the esteem of
I prices buying ,a pleasant 1.1 atModerate I
LIQUORS new drug store. many. Aubrey Maura, the senior FARM i"
hotel Is, now underway pleasure. !
' The fine member, is also a very popular young Prices. 'r
, ,I and will be one among the best when and is a good business man. He .
I I completed.The Men's and Youth's Suits in man will devote part of his time to this Large line compelling every :; 4 I' !

SSe Per 6a1 S5e J building will be the two lower floors,will the i Black, Blue and Fancy, business in future. CANE SYRUP I! r.Hobby'wand Horses up-to-date Rocking Toy. ", -;. .... : t ;'rl.a ,
, hotel and I
,.upper for a I s Horses, Express Wagons \
I be rented for'a mercantile business.! I from'$7.50 to $30.Boys' ....'"..ode,' uoat Sulkies, : r ;
.
$ PORT WINE The Samson hotel owned and con-!; Suits, 3 to 17, all 1 STEAMER SUN eta You are welcome whetherIi ;1"1
ages .
Is doing
Goosboy I
troled by Mr. Robert tau buy or not.Hamson" ; )
$ SHERRY WINE Always
::" a fine business. I I I styles, from $1.50
/ CATAWBA The present agent; for the L. &. N.I I to $8.50. t SUNK AT MOBILE i i Bros., j I ;
Floralasoon WAS
/ to
e! J.f. Martin will remove I '
BLACKBERRY< WINE in the' 123-122 E. Intendencia St "\ :: : *-
$ y and accept a position Men's Hats from the 50c I .
, office there. Mr. Barefoot of Poley,: Pure
PROCEEDINGTO
will relieve him Crusher to the $5 Knox. !VESSEL WHICH WAS (
% GSc at Samson. J
GSC
Per fat $
; STRUCK A
PENSACOLA before there was a
, I Full line of Stetson and No ..i
, : about 450.000 feet of lumber from the i Name $2.50 and SNAG. :
at $3.50.
"/ I Can i mills of the German American- Lum-: > |I Food Bill. t1

ber Company. I King Quality or Snow and freight steamer _, _. 4 f
/ Save You $ "The fishing schooners Ida and Dixie' Patent Vici is nice Sun The, recently passenger purchased by ,----- -.-' .- ---. ; .... ;: ..;::;..:......: ....;=..:.;;;:; -.:.. h u.d..u...AA' AAAAAr -,.....'.. [; '
> :Money on All % arrived In port :yesterday, the former I or a present -I Jimmie Reuse of this city and which i

: Christmas J bringing; in 7,000 pounds of fish and I to make, and only from I was' en route to this port is sunk fn i ii I II ---r IEiiw\ ENGiN' rj' 1" ;
"L. the latter a quantity of bait and a $3.50 to $6. i Mobile bay She was proceeding HP to Coal and Wood .
? &. latter portion of r't
lqUO small catch of fish for. Saunders I Mobile during tie
$ r>'.n't take but Co. It costs you nothing to last week when she struck a snag I, I! The 'Watch for the great American people. t t
!my wOf.d. 5j' went to the bottom. She was: IT I '
$ ca.i.:I and prices. I Mrs. Steward, corner Gonzalez and look. Courteous treatmentand and shallow water however and it is not TVe deliver Ice. 'Coal,' Char-oal and I have them ranging from $2.00 up; also a full line ;
in her
trees
get my :. has peach
Alcaniz. some In the c'ty. We can ,
kiit.u where jou'll buy. yard which have peaches on them almost Good Values a Specialty. believed that much damage be has made hr E'n'in Wood supply anywhere you In any quantity and. cur Waltham and Elgin; Watches, as, well a5 Jewelry :-f
repairs
/ '. full grown. It Is now Dec. 18. lon short:!, end time that can service is always prompt. and fancy goods at prices that alit be beat. : ;
and this part of the gulf coast has not a Steam and Domestic Coal '
Sun is a large vessel, and wasrecently
I JOE ROTH I', yet had a killing frost. The purchased by Captain Rouse: Wood Cut. Any Size. J" F. DA.VIS

| It Is In the flavor. Try Blue Ribbon JOS COLEMAN at Memphis and he was bringing her i i i 1
I ])"anilIa. Absolutely pure, goes twice here, when the accident occur"'!>d. Sh*I i E-G.: SEWALL, Brent Building, 23 S. Palafox, Street. f b + r
o. ftirnifit: f and Tarragona Sts. Flavor" Is to fly between Pensacola and points '
x Ribbon II II '
and the -Blue
"'\." ,,,,,, ,,,{j tis as perfection.far Ask for the 25c size, PJiona277. 212 S. Palafox! St up the Blackwater river. I I Phone 614.3S3. :26 Nv! Tarragona. St. V LhA/r 1Ar'1Fil',.r'i / 1l1NYvlWIdVIOw'.r' '.


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,.; AGE ;tale' YHE PENSACOLA- JOURNAL. TUESDAY'- -... -. -MO-R N. 1 N G.- 'DECEMBR- -- 18.' .t,08.j,

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I t DtntutolaJouftU111'f to THE WEEK IN POLITICS ** JL C/t/ ay ready for colds, coughs, trocp,' )ronchids. If NATIONAL

I! -- "- t he\ThynotshowalittIeforesiilitinsncb says it's all right, then get a bottle of hat ;

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; DAILY WEEKLY. SUNDAY. .ee t w.Sa forw1l.l..ot&l10.no Mentel= We puaUVM.publish .r.C-A.eo.Lo..ilo 1.,

!. The week In politics tag other "dark horset" tied on the out- t COLORED

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY I I Watson Anti-Administration.' side of the gubernatorial race, track, : .- --. ----- .- -
{ I Hon. John Watson will be the leader we, may expect-a rather exciting con _
1.':. .BY. I of the anti-administration push in test for the perpetuity or rejection of _' D

JOURNAL. ,the next Legislature. Rumor says humbuggery and hypocrisy In the

, THE COMPANY. :so, at any rate.-Lake City Index. next campaign.-Jacksonville_ Flor-
fJ J I I idian. JUST RECEIVED LIGHTS
Albert Jennings.Hon. : ;; .
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41 FRANK Lt MAYES, President and General ,Manager For
; T. Al Jennings says that he Comes Out Ellis. Line of
1l .is not seeking the gubernatorial I I The suggestion of .th Democratthat The Largest

MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. I chair. Perhaps he thinks the office the suspended industry of trot

if. will seek him-Palatfca Times-Herald. ting out candidates for governor be out
SUBUCRIPTION RATES i 'I.1 resumed has 'been' adopted. The XMAS CANDIES When you are doing

M i Robert W. Davis. name of Attorney General Ellis has .
tf One Year .. .. ........_.$5 00 One Month .. .. "... .. .. 45 Hon. Robert W. Davis has been:,. been added to the robust list cf promInent your Christinas shopping,

, Six Months .. ... .* .. .. 2 50 One Week .. .. .. .. .. 10 unanimously elected a division com- [: Floridians each of whom- would ; =- ..... '"'- for
r Three 26 Weekly Edition, per year.?:1 CO mander of the United Confederate I I make "an elegant, ,governor."-Live and looking ;good things

!t Veterans of Florida. He will also no Oak Democrat. ever before offered for sale in this :City.Whitman's. and good goods, such as
l From'hIdt' doubt be elected the next Governor; Of all the names,suggested: for this
The Only Penaacelm. Newspaper m Betafed of Florida.-Lake Butler Star. I high 'office. General Eliza stands a FruitCake, Pound Cake,
Circulation Statement Can 8e Secured.
head and shoulders'above them all. .

t I Matthews Gene Matthews for Speaker.still continues to I The Times believes that he would Pure Candies Marshmellow Layer Cake
-. 'make Florida a governor' who every .
rsonSal..nTr.lns 1 1i smile because he was not caught in citizen would delight to honor.Apalachicola and the Genuine German
if P6esq {8etineeeOtAcetsOa'I 1 I he drainage matter., He will be the Times.GubernatorIal .
j and at.n News St.nds.H next speaker of the house.-Lake in "
i Food Law. "Lebkuchen
Cakes
1 City IndeLPensacola's Possibilities. are endorsed by the Pure They .conic we

1 E Offloes-Journal Building-Corner Intendeneta and DeLuna Sts. It seems that the gubernatorial 14, 1, 2, 3, 4and, 5poundboxes and also in :fancy are the headquarters.Look .
; Jennings. '
possibilities to 'date are Hon. W. D. baskets. Give us an order now Jo'r" :Xmas. If you
-
t My what a big crop of gubernatorial Bloxham Judge Francis B. Carter, for Lights they
ir i I candidates springing up all over Ilion!! ..W. H. Ellis. General Albert Gil- buy anything from us that you want sent out of town,

: PE: SACOLA, FLORIDA TUESDAY MORXIJCG: DECEMBER 18, 1906. the state! But none of them appear curia i .ana; non. .i. A- Jennings. we will pack it free of charge. will guide you to the OLD
( J .as vigorous as the involuntary candidacy (We've named them alphabetically '

I! paragraphers have begun the I! I of Hon. T. A. Jennings of Pensa- this time; its too early for any other Don't fail to see our assortment of holiday. ; } per-. RELIABLE
V t t -.The Change of Front on i cola.-Carrabelle Advertiser. arrangement) It. seems that we '-
Christmas eulogies the turkey. I fumes imported and domestic.
( on should certainly make no mistake in .
i I _
Drainage Question. I Albert Gilchrist Mil West Florida Steam
any selection from. this array.- '
} The latest report from Santa Claus Albert Gilchrist may never be Governor ton Star.
In the recent campaign waged by of Florida but we hazard the : .
Phone 453.
I Is. to the effect that he is running on
I.f I Governor Broward to have. the constitutional assertion that if he ever reaches that Laying for DeSoto's Albert. Bakery,

1 d schedule. time. amendment on drainage goal, he will have more "Parties"In I The Punta Gorda Herald in a long .

i i 1 The South Florida "new comer" is adopted The Journal neither advoca- a month than any of his prede- .editorial, takes the True Democrat to No. 8 S. PalafoxSt, where
cessors line ever had In four years. task for a jocose reference to Hon.A The Crystal Pharmacy
1 f still waiting for the True Democrat ted or opposed the amendment, but ,
I -Jacksonville Floridian. I W. Gilchrist,. ''who Is a possiblewe you can purchase the same.DON'T .
assessment
to publish those railroad reported fairly the debates on the
q..
i ( had almost written chronic) candidate Brent IfufldingfI,1'n .
.
iy q t i gures. question and published the views of Laud Brown.In for the governorship. Our reference -
their enthusiasm over the recent
1f I both sides to the controversy. Now to Mr. Gilchrist's pineapplebid '
II state fair few editors have spoken
.:. Candidates for Sparkman's seat in a for the favor of the Florida news i iI iI
been
that the has
matter settled and kindly of Hon. T. J. L. Brown as a I fORGET
) are slow in announcing, butt paper men was lib reflection upon
: J congress the people have voted overwhelming gubernatorial possibility. Palatka
them or intimation that they could be
!t i! they do Say that a "possible" un-Tram- ly against the proposition it is amus- Times Herald. bought with pineapples; or anythingelse. I

ft well-ed candidate has been seen in ing to note the tone of some of the Adams Senatorial Possibility. It was rather intended as a I ( TO GET
*
J}' jZLakeland's Park. papers who fought the proposition There is a rumor floating around mild rebuke to him for Intimatingthat u

4 j Those papers which take a special most bitterly 4- than Hon./'Frank Adams will enter I they were purchaseable. The XMAS CAKESWE
into a discussion of the merits td
United States
the for the senate -
jdelight in abusing the governor and It has been said that the people race
True Democrat declines to be drawn
his
In spite of his denial-that
I'i r this "schemes," as they are termed, voted against the drainage measure friends will force him in. Well, if demerits of }fro Gilchrist as a prospective T T HAVE THE BEST IN TOWN.

;are noticeably silent these days in not because they were against drainage he should yield to the pressure, the candidate at this time. Whenhe ,

.I (regard to that state life Insurances I ; but because they were against others will have to get up early and announces his candidacy it will be Fruit Cake a Specialty, and

1 i1>ropositon.f giving the powers enumerated in the go to bed late.-Lake City Index. time enough, and 'we shall then haveno everything else in the
s hesitation in setting forth our 0 0 .
That projected railroad through the amendment to any five men, and some Gubernatorial Racer reasons for the belief that he is utter eating'line.Refreshments .
haveclaimed that the amendmentwas With Doctor Crib Albert Gilchrist ly unfit for the high and responsible
R Miami to the West
rI: ; Everglades from defeated,because of opposition to Will Ellis, Albert Jennings' and the I office.-Tallahassee 'irue Democrat. of all kind ,
i coast will hardly apply for a land
the governor-that by defeating the Y y Prices reasonable
Fred - ------- always
I' grant at the next legislature as
amendment his enemies would sidetrack -
I Hudson Is a holdover senator from : OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE. PHONE 1H.;

Dade county. Broward for any future political { ALL SORTS.THE JI[ VOX POPULI. ]
r office to w ieh he might aspire. t : Nick's Place
\
3 The Jacksonville Board of Trade is Whether the_ people were in favor : S 81 ,

; nursing a resolution providing for theE of draining' the entire Everglades or No. 2.
COUNTRY _SAVED FROM DISPOSAL..OF: GARBAGE .
'I state ownership of railroads. The not it is certain that a part of that DRIFTWOOD.Spare .

t .resolution will doubtless not know its territory -needs attention and that P :Dee 15. 1905.
ribs and sausages Editor, Pensaeoja. Journal; I seethe GO TO
father when it is returned by the
t badly. The following editorial
very Backbone and ham, Board of. Puttier Works are in
r t Board of Trade Committee. from the.columns of the Jasper News, Hoecake an' bacon trouble about garbage. It ia time Chris Pfeiifer'sBakery

which paper opposed the adoption of Biscuits: an' lam r.Ain't they should be. The whole businesshas
I 'Now that Taylor county has de- a-gola to worry been a nuisance for years. MRS. LOUISE 'PFEIFFER. He will make a special<

cided to erect a new fifty thousand the amendment, describes the condi- Life looks pretty sweet; .. I -neither knowcgr claim to .know Full a..ortmtnt Of Chrtatmas Toys at low prices. All kinds of dolls big and, of :Mixed Cakes, Poum\\
toins prevailing in Lee little ones. Large' assortment to select' from-also Tea Sets Express Wagons
dollar court house the public spirited county: Never mind the country much about .the business, but. I will etc. C.m. 'In and look at our line. Fruit Cakes Fruit
'citizens of Jefferson county should The drainage amendment being defeated When you've got enough to eat suggestthe following! way, Jo get rid prBiFren-a. BAKERY ? Cakes, ,
the issue raised by it is a Christmas is a-comin. of garbage: .* I HM been the standard for years. Send 'In your: Christmas orders for i1frY Candies for Christmas
see to it that the Monticello excuse I Cake. Pound Cak, Ornamental, Cak*. W. give' you. the bee that good and
thing of the past. Chillun gettln good, The first thing W for the council to and KIM can produce, ttt East tittendencU street., and
F for1 a court house gives way to a new But there is one county In our state Runnin' 'roun on errands, pass'an ordlnance.lo have garbage di- .. Corner Hayne JacksonSts.
;. building.The Lee county which needs helpand we Fetchin. In the wood. t vided into three classes, by the people ---------- ---- --- ., Phone 1429.GRAND .

feel sure that every patriotic citizenof Happy and contented that put garbage on' the streets or

Tallahassee Sun suggests R. our state is ready to contribute his Landln on my feet have hauled! from,.heir houses, .the
: Pope Reese of Pensacola for speaker ability influence and whatever money T3:: country get along all right- first class to :rontain; all .meats slops -

I ;of the next house of representatives. may be necessary, in the shape of legitimate We've got enough to eat. and vegetables the 'second class to NOSGOPANOS.A BALLBY

J. 'Mr. Reese goes-to the legislature with taxation for her relief. -Phil Armstrong contain, all cans, iron, earthen ware
In very wet seasons the Coloosa- and things that "will not burn, and
(
strings tied to him pledged to
: ''no ; tiatchie river overflows, practically, Advertised. the third classq contain wood, I

,.7 .no man or measure and as a fair the entire county. This is caused by (With apologies to TampaTribune) grasses, weeds paper and rags.

impartial and able presiding officer the cutting, by Disston years ago of little> The"first classhe city can dispose is in the end in the ,be-
There was a man, good piano cheaper ,
j." 'it would be hard for the house to the Hlcpochee canal which turns the Who ran a little store 'of with profit-instead of an expense, NAOMI REBEKAH LODGE NO. 10
'make a better selection. waters of lake Okeeehobee Into theCaJoo8.hatlhie And be wanted some cash mighty bad. by buying a farm'a few miles in the >ginning and all the time. '

_____'!___n_._ river.._ country feeding this garbage to hogs
i The vote on the speaiership of the The Caloosahatchie river with lake Very bad soon, bad he got the dough and chickens and raising vegetables I A Watch for 79c is nevertheless a watch; L 0. 0. F.
1' Okeeehobee the canals and the KIs- to know I I[with the manure produced.The .
; next house of representatives will In a way you ought ;

1 J ])practically decide what that branch simmee navigable river waterway, make from a the continuous gulf of He used The ad.,Journal's ad., ad. columns for an' and flattened, second out class and can used be broken as a foundation up A suit of clothes for the largest man at $4.98 is AT KAFFORD HALLCor.

.i 1 of the legislature thinks of the dralnJ Mexico to Kissimmee. Clearly, therefore In paving .the streets. still a suit. I

. J ago prospects for the future. Syd. Car'ter the expense incurred in protect Elihu as a Cop. I I The third class 'could be used as
of Gainesville, Jn favor of drain Ing; Lee county from floods should be Mrs. Elihu Root, wife of the secretary fuel to make steam to run the ma- Yet these articles are dear because worthless.
borne by the national government, chine to break'up and flatten the
and Eugene Matthews of Starke. of state despises Washington life -
age and this we believe will be done. I second class.In WEDNESDAY NIGHT
to the candi as much as her husband likes It. I I The i is. true of cheap pianos--pianos ,
drainage are thing
I' opposed But we are not in favor of any Mrs. Root was instrumental In get.. this way the garbage will at same

'dates' for this important position. long drawn out delays in this matter ing her husband to resign as secretary : least pay all expense of moving, with;I which are made like lightning and sound like thunder
I for it Is one which requires haste. or war and return to New York.' none of the present friction. Cremation DECEMBER, 19th, 1906
: -The next legislature will doubtleaa Far better for the state to do the work She did not know of the preliminary of garbage is or should be out after: a' little use.

"i investigate everything and everybody and trust for reimbursement by the arrangements when the president invited of date. .

; connected with the administration of 'national government afterwards than Mr. Root to take John Hay's Paper and rags. might be used to A Kranich & Bach, Lester, Packard, Cassell, Music by Barrios' Orchestra
for the products of Lee to be make
county paper
. "the state's business but it is to be place in the cabinet, and the announcement
; periodically destroyed as is now the that Mr. Root had accepted I .GEO. R. SMITH. Clutter Piano, last .a life time and are always good. .
that these investigations will
hoped ''
case. the portfolio of state came as a TICKETS 25cts.Prize .
be conducted in a better manner than If Broward's canal which is now being great surprise to her while she was * * # * # See them,at the Clutter :Music House- ldest ,

;, ;- some of those of the legislature of ; dug could be extended to Lake visiting some up-state relatives in New 1* *

'two years ago. A partisan man has Okeechobee it would help a great York. ** PRESS GOVERNOR COMMENT BROWARD ON *.eI and.largest in the state. to both Lady and Gentleman
deal but this will never be done in
/ dispatch from her husband
read
She the <
ono business such a committee *
upon the and Dancer.
way manner now operated.The
; announcing his decision, and I _
a whether he be a Jrlend or an enemy reason Is that lake Okeecho- then she turned to her friends and *

;, 'to any of the state officials. bee if reports be correct, is 22 feet said: "I do believe that if they offered f Bogus Wellington's.- :- -
higher than tide water. The dredgenow that husband of mine a place as a

J" Tampa takes exception to our re- operating on the canal began at policeman In Washington he would| Napoleon his Waterloo Bonaparte yet Broward'basn'tmet The bogusWellinton's o\: .it .iiI'l::0.3} ::0 ::0"1 i i i i i:0: i ::0 tI i.i.
the tide water end of it
and as water
?
mark that if Jacksonville extended take it, he likes to live there so well".:
will not run uphill whenever the that dream of downingour
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her city limits to include Fernandina Napoleon might as well bane up A Scholarshipfor
dredge starts to rise above tide waterit Be Independent. : _
1 that Tampa would incorporate half will come to a standstill for want wise their swords of lath and retire.. Skat
The man is |
of South Florida. Of course we didn of water to float it. Who goes his way., Carrabelle Advertiser. -- 1E; for the full Business Course

really mean this but we still believe Our suggestion would be to take Regardless of Admires the Governor. _

that If the proposed extension of the two dredges and tow them aroundto What others say. 1. Governor Broward still says he ERIK, in our College would be a
Fort
Myers. Put one of them to
Jacksonville is enacted into law that Who lives hIs' life >. will drain the everglades. That spirit BEGINS
work
straightening and deepening the valuable
And dies his death, .
the Cigar City will get busy along crooked places in the Coloosahatchie made him governor and may make 3>
And doesn't
stop
than that TUESDAY.
him
this line and add enough additional river and tow the other dredge to To .waste his breathOn something even bigger
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territory to make Tampa "as big as lake Okeechobee, and let it begin there foolish chaps any Everybody position.admires-Milton man Star.like that In JANUARY 2d.. Christmas Present $
Jacksonville." and cut the canal which Gov. Brow. Who think they know % *

ard is now having dug downhill to Just how this bloom- Startling News.Governor for
tidewater: We believe this work your boy? or girl.
The Jacksonville world should
Floridian thinks ing go. Broward has again viola
t
would make Lee county practicallydry. i
-Paul Cook.
the defeat of the drainage amendment ted the democratic platform by; making

was more in the nature of a rebuketo But we are not wedded to our opinion Forgetting."I an appointment *o office withoutthe

Governor Broward than an expression except In this: That something fear you are forgetting me." endorsement of the Democratic

of disapproval of the drainage should be done for the relief of Lee She said in tones polite; executive. committte.BradentownJournal. Nothing that you could give

't, scheme but the Milton Star thinks county", and it. should be done right "I am indeed for getting!'; ron.That's a would be of more value or more '

Jut the other way and .solves the away. why I came tonight"Bryan Napoleon and the Goddess. I

*" matter in this tr'ay' Governor Broward has promisedthe lasting effect that a good Business I
.
and the Customs Man.A
Johft
Stockton wants the governor '
"Goddess of that
the Everglades"
i Governor Broward as some see to call friend of William Jennings Bryan Education. Investigate our .
him is the- most popular man the a special session of the legislature some day soon he would drain them. PUStOiMT.Pensacola

't'f state ever had. The latest figuring to remedy the existing trans- from Nebraska told of aa experience The governor will have to change, his rates and courses of sti.dy. Business College. ,,
Mrs. Bryan had when she and her husband
over the matter, as done by some of portation troubles and suggests state present tacts or 'the. "Goddess" will
our prominent thinkers is this The were crossing one of the'EuJ'C'f ) be badly disappointed.Lake Butler V < < '>gr JiL :< t '
I : ownership of railroads if the legislature > >an frontiers while they were travelIng Star. $ Q jl g.V< i e'
people of Florida have been
always
= 1 can find no other solution to the around the ;world lira Bryan
: Opposed to the governor's drainage
question. thought! the customs officer said to
i? Scheme but heartily in favor of the
her: "Madam have. you anT eraser

,\" I f fact governor that he And ran notwithstanding on a platform _that the Cooper Priggs, of Apalachicola, "What do you mt'an. sir?"'Mrs. Bryan

., i* the people opposed and that his opJ while in Washington this week nominated asked frigidly. **
"Have ?
J ponents were some of the ablest mea John W. Daniel for president, Just as you the any Pwrless'sera? Leader was You Look Prematurely Old
J In Florida the people made him govI :
I rnor, and reserved their vote on but didn't tell the Washington Postman about to peel off his coat and jro after
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the custom officer" it was discovered
who Interviewed him how
j drainage till the last election just to "..
that the officer'meant! "gcent, and
1 show the that Franklin' county stood on the.
governor they wanted ques. was asking If Mrs. Bryan had any perfumery
;" k him and not drainage. tion. in ,her trunks. Because of those_ugly, grizzly, gray hairs. Use "LA CREOLE. HAIR RESTORER. Prce-SI.OOf! retail.





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PEOPLE AND 'EYENfS i C41-E: IG BAINESYIftE R IHOICE' ,. THE SHOE,! MEN WITH _

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BY AURELIE MAREAN BERNARD. CONVENTIONGreat UREATI0Ns ,

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mEPHOUE HO. 38 AFTER 3 P. H.m '
Open 7 nv to 9
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i May Be Had at the I II tS3 OUR SPECIALTIES: Coming ii V S S' UPPERS, t'-- :' -

: Business Men's Dinner, 12 to Meeting of College '. : I V
ONLY AS CHILDREN CAN. I and stood as motionless as the pictures 2.30.: 50 cent ANDALSFOR .,: _
Two little children were playing one they,represented. Theatre Parties, regular board.
I. KandyKitchen II i day ers and Meal Tickets. Y.M.C.A. 1 L

Only as children can. PERSONAL'MENTION.. PHONE '1530. i: .
One was a lady rich and '

Used to having her own sweet gay. way; I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ross, and little place The in neatest.town.In cleanest which to and get your best Special to The Journal i Meyer Shoe Co., i !
The other a chaffeur man; daughter Irma meeJs. V V Gainesville Dec 17.-The Univer- PRACTICAL

I And they were going and going afar ..:,from 'Mobile :to are spend expected the Saturday holidays I Come once. ; we will trust you to sity is looking forward with great In. Feet Furnisher for Folks. ag 4 V

I For a long trip in_ their auto car., <|I with Mrs. Boss's: parents Mr. and i; comeagain.iLU8UlilUfifluhIhiUiUllflhilII1IIfluiiIlfl vention terest'to the College Y. 3!. C. A. con S 102 South Parafox SU k t I V
which
John, Price:on West Garden MrS.1 will be held here from g I
? She was bidding the babies goodbye, January 17 to 20. The associations to
: which include Only as mothers can; Mrs. J. C. Richardson of Greenville' be represented are those in what is ..llulrntiilnu:1unuutnnnh: ::::::::::::: :: ::!:: :! :: :; : ::: :: : :::n.:'llilulunnu.n.utt..uiii: :; :: :' ;:' '!: 1 :

He was standing haughtily nigh: Ala. is in the city for,a few days. She ChristmasFruits known as the South'Western Division.A '

| Cold Turkey, i I Twag nothing to him. so let them cry will probably return home Friday large attendance Is hoped for and .,iuiniHo&liuiImi3liulIlwnruI: : ;::::;: :;:: ::: :' : l 1: : : ] ] ::::::r iiluinnuuiiiV: ;:; :;;;:;::;;:;:; ; : ; '
Chicken I (Jut like a chaffeitr man); having come down to Pensacola to do expected.workers among
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: Cold And so while she and the babies kist, her Christmas, shopping.Mr. college men will be present among

Oysters in All Styles, i He ;gave the handle another twist them such speakers as Mr. W D. i "Jackson Square Coffee"One i in .
Parker of the firm of Watson. Weatherford the general college secretary

i: Fish of Every Kind, i The babies were dollies of every hue. Parker & Reese has returned home This is the place to buy and Mr. Cooper of New York.
Headless and dirty were they; from a business trip. The meeting, to judge by similar conventions =
:fin i fact everything that + The "auto" a trunk that OQCe was your Fruits Oysters, Can held in the past will result H

: And it was a splendid touring car.new.J Miss Lurleyne Fulshum has returned t dies, Fire Works, etc., for the in much good by increasing the enthusiasm g pound for 25 cents. Only in cans. ,Don'tforget. it
home from and will .
I"I Forty horse power that day. college of the Y. M. C. A. workers -
: But those babies were real. the auto i I spend the Christmas holidays with holidays.; Prices reasonable. and by fostering higher ideals of the YesyourgrocereUsit.V I

could go; i I her parents Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Ful- spiritual life. We shall be glad to II


I GOOD TO EAT For such is the kingdom of children' ghum, number 119 West Strong street G.; P. Caparisos, welcome as many as can come.V '

know. ;; One of the pleasantest as well as
you
I Miss Bessie Williams of this city. Cor. Tarragona and Intendencla Sts. one of the most profitable of our college II IMPORTERS COFFEE CO. Ltd. '
Loaves who has been assisting in the Selma
I Oyster 1 ,
i Could we but create like the children, exercises is the Wednesday V
office of the Southern Bell
| a Specialty.I I forsooth. :I Company Is in Pensacola Telephone and will morning address in chapeL On these H NEW ORLEANS, LA., U. S. A. ii
Out of the rought things which are C. V. THOMPSON occasions the usual religious servicesare

I: (Open from 4. a. m. to .; ours, I,i I spend Mrs. Ceo.the Thompson holidays ,with 1321 her East sister Jackson V begun ten minutes earlier thanon ::mlllllIln::11I11I111111111111'11111' ::11111111111111111;;I I III II :: :i I i n n:::IllI i I i II n In::d I

And call to our aid the genius of THE STATIONERNo. the other days of the week and ,
:: street
: 12p.m. youth :;I the first class is given forty-five In-

With all of his mystical nowers.I Mrs. Francis B. Carter. who has 30 South Palafox St. stead of fifty-five mpinutes. The time -
We would paint the dark days I New Style Holiday Paj aterie*. Peter thus 'gained Is devoted to a talk by
I I with been with Mrs.S. A. Moreno for the Pan and other Novelty Parses Crepe
: i the paint brush of truth. :put I few weeks, has returned to her Paper Napkins and Shelf Paper, French the president or by some one he ha.11 TOILETSETSP.
And borrow our tints from the home: in Marianna. Judge Carter will .Stag Novelties Tiny' enclosed Booklets. selected on some question of the day. 11
stock of I flowers. .' Cnristmas Cards. Post Cards Booklets The addresses so far have mainly dis
A fine follow his wife next Saturday. Vanity style Hand Bags, Gent's Purses
i Chicago Reeor -Herald. and Bill Folders... cussed the issues suggested by the ;

V Mrs. L. O. Brown and little son | LooK, over our ,stock. Cuban and Philippine problems.The Many a lady: is wondering what to give some .

Candies Meeting-Called to Henry Wright, have .returned from I experiment station library ia
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\ other
i J&cob's Elect Evergreen, Ala, where they have been i being, arranged in its new quartersby lady. *:$4
President. :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: ::
i :: :: = :: Weller and R. Y.
for the past few weeks. : :'>\ Messrs. Frank Why not have it be a toilet set? It will be appropriate ,
A meeting of the Daughters: of the the latest additions to the '
Winters
% m all size packages up Confederacy has been called for this I Mrs., H. T. Wright is spending the II1I WESTVILLE. Station force. Mr. Weller is a grad- and we know from experience that it is Kke- :

: afternoon at four o'clock, at the chap. winter at DeLand. Fla. She has with uate of, last year's class of the University ly to be liked. ;
: 10 5b\ *. Candy is always II ter room for the purpose of electing J her Miss Cornelia little daughter of C : ; : and Mr. Winters is a recent ,

Xmas a president. It was with regret that Mr. and Mrs L. O. BrOwn. I graduate of Clemson College. Bothof The ebony-backed, silver-trimmed, with good ,.
gift.
(* ,n acceptable the Daughters received the information these young gentlemen are taking stiff stay-in bristles in the brush, set makes a mod-
______ that Miss Julia Yonge is quite ill at Special to The JournaL
thelrVchosen president work in the University. In
I i Mrs. F. ,O. Howe will be unable -the residence of her uncle Mr. P. K. to Mrs.the bedside W. M Brown of her has daughter.been called Mrs.. other graduate things the station is getting into est and thoughtful gift. A dainty and useful remembrance ,
999.
PHONE
to se" : Yonge, on Quillemarde street Miss I Crockett Mason of Peace deLeon. working condition and it will not be which will cost you only $3.00.
Mrs. Howe is chairman of the Julia and her mother only arrived in and offices V
committee before the grounds
who is the happy mother of a long We also have more expensive sets silver-backed
....... .................. for the S1 Job monument fund Pensacola a few days ago to visit bouncing baby girL at Lake City will be 'abandoned and ,
and also state historian, and when Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Yonge. Young Tom _Burk. formerly of all the work will be done here. Pro exquisitely carved. But they are cheap at the price V.
-- --- informed thatah had, been accordedthe Rolfa's office already is pre
fessor
Miss Hilda Btount is at home again, Westviite now residing across the we name. i

4000 4000! the additional Daughter honor of the of Confederacyshe president of much friends to here., the delight,Miss Blount of her has had many a [brother-inlaw river in Washington Adam county Lee 'who shot fell his have pared been for him.bought Eighteen for grade experimentsin several steers Just step in and have a look,at them. We are sure ffyou'll '

was obliged to decline the office V
Furthermore
very delightful visit In Washingtonand dead in front of Bark's house.. Burk feeding. like them. V
as her duties would not. permit of her head of thorough bred stock have been V V I
immediately sought the sheriff told
several other cities. .
What? Records. accepting procured with the intention of making V
Why, S him what he. had clone'and surrendered -
Mrs. Howe Is now ia New Orleans, The stork has been 'generous the himself and was placed in an attempt to improve the gradeof

Edsion 35c, Columbia 25c. but V is expected home this week. past week and has distributed a lot prison to await preliminary trial cattle throughout,the state. is W. A. D'Alemberte 1
The of the students
this afternoon is
meeting called of fine babies to his Pensacola friends We have learned BO particulars. The pleasure
Victor 35c 60c and $1.00. for the purpose of filling the place left for Christmas presents. A. pretty little Prof.; J. C. Brown and family spent being considered In the building of
vacant by her resignation and a good V tennis courts and in the preparationof :
daughter made her debut last Sunday last Sunday on a visit to relativesand courtsare Druggist and Apothecary
attendance -requested. evening at UlC home of Mr.,and Mrs. Irlead ia PoRte 6eLeon.Mls a baseball park. The tennis
\
record
\ on can at presentas
get interest
any you 1 Adolph M' Cahn. 214 West Garden * Concordia Club to
street, and has already won her proud Tuesday on a visit to relativesand we expect the Y. M.C V
the during
want at matches
Dance the 20th., parents over to the idea that girls friends returning 'Thursday and 'steps will be -------r---
convention ,
are much, nicer than boys, and are morning.Mr. A. V
,
Clutter The following invitation has ibeenreceived a Florida intercollegiate '
organize
Music House. taken to
ever so much,prettier. C. A. Lee: a prominent home
by the members of the COn- tennis association. Ii
Mai, limes cordia Club: MobU Register:* Miss Natalie Hutton merchant was In town last Sunday, We are very much pleased; at have .......................'...............H4.4.......'..o I
[ going daily at $1 the' guest of M1eA. BrowneU.. and 4
The Concordia Club who has been visiting her sister "5 ing with us Bishop W. A.'Candler.'

per week. requests yonr presen<}e at,a Mrs. Rhett Goode with ,a couple of family.Young John Robinson V ; formerly? a who Is visiting his son-inlaw, President |i CRIHSTMAS GITFS IN JEWELRY AND CUT GLASS i '

Euchre and Dance short visits interspersed to Fort ,Bar student here, and nephew ,of the Sledd. : Nothing Is more suitable for a Christmas gBt or more appreciated by .. '
Do to be given at its club'rooms rancas left last night for her home in Bigman brothers, was accidentally the recipient, than place .f Jewelry er cut gin*. Mr stock was ...ectect-:
you own one? Thursday evening December 20 IVO*. the of suitable for this : ,
Detroit, much to the regret -of her shot and killed lut Saturday while for spatial purpose affording something purpose.Her V
,.. V You are at liberty to extend this :Mobile friends. CENU Y. +.- are Just a few of the offering: V..
---- ------ many out hunting with! his..brother-in-law r 'J DIAMOND GOODS. i
invitation to your lady friends S a--: in the Vidalty;otCarTVille: : : Diamond Ring ....... .9W>> to $186 I Diamond Stick Pins .._ ..$3 to $25 .. '
OTCOE'S and. non-resident gentleman -. Mr. J. W, a.Uan] of New York, Is 014' W.: IX,*' whom everybody 4 Dlamjmd Brooches .... ...9 t. $50 \t Diamond Lockets ..... .$10 to S30 .+- ,- ;
friends. visiting his father Hon. J. J. Sullivan, WATCHES. .
V ; knows, caught the biggest jack fish on : Ladles' 0 size 20-year filled Keystone cases ............,......$12-50 to $20 : '
Euchre from, 8:30' to 10 o'clock. and will remain until after the Christmas V record last 'T esday.oul Solid Gold, 14 karet ...............................-$2; % to .$3S :.J' '.
I r holidays.. : Special to The Journal. Solid Gold Diamond set ...................................... .._.... $47 ,
Mr. C. Donaldson enterprising fellow toW1l.iD1a.n.Mr. Century Dec. 17.-Mrs, F. D Glover +.- Gentlemen's 12 and 11 six watches ............' ...._........!.... $14 to $4Q, ... :
Flournoy and a leading merchant CHAINS AND LOCKETS. 'I
Selma. Exerybody's favorite-Blue Ribbon has erected a bran new saw mill one has been 111 but is now much 1m- e. Solid gold Neck Chain .......?....................._..,...,.,.$3.50 to $10 V. !
Transferred to I Vanilla. Absolutely pure goes twice of the best-alonsr tbe :f A A..'and justas Droved. .. e Solid gold locket .....................................*....._.....$3.75 to $15 t 1 V !.
E ook store to select your ChristmasA Mr. Claude.Donaldson. ; one of the 1 as far and the "Blue Ribbon Flavor" he got ready to commence: opera Mr. Hauss returned from uetrou S a .. Diamond Lockets .............CUTGLASS........................-.......-...$lO to $33 .. I' :

Prese'l t. popular engineers of the Louisville isperfection. Ask for the 25c size. tions happened to a :severe accident ,few days ago where he went to attend Cut Glass Pitchers ..................................,.........$'.50 to $11.50 :
glance at theIr show window will and Nashville railroad.has been again: wrenching and crippling his foot and the funeral of :Mrs. Hauss's mother Cut Glass Bowls ..............................._.-..............$3. S to $9,00 .
ep: you to select suitable gifts for both transferred to Sehna Ala. this time Allen Mrs. Allen had been a Cut GlaM Vase .........................*.........._..........$ .rs to $7.00 i .
|young and old I V BUY YOUR GIFTS leg. which necessitated a delay in Mrs. years. No Cut Glass Nappies ...............................;..._.............$1-25 to $3 .. '
Ap:i kinds of toys. games) dolls story permanently. AT CHURCH BAZAARThe mill operations. Mr. Flournoy is an patient sufferer for many had been Cut Glass Sugar and Cream S.ts ............. .............._...$3J5 to $s.oo + V
txiks etc., for the amusement of the lit. The many friends in Pensacola of active participant in running his mill. intimation of her last illness 21* South Palafox. St. V ,
1 t.* folKs, Mr. and Mrs Donaldson will hear the the received until the telegram announcing -: These are simply a few of the many articles I am offering and all of i J
Handsome painted leather bound books, news with regret as theT both are ladies of the Gadsden Street The mill will resume operations her death. Mrs. Hauss is the onlychUd. my goods are fully guaranteed. I f not as represented, your money back. .. 1
""anlcure sets cuff and collar boxes, held in high esteem by all who knew Methodist church will hold.a bazaarat first of. January. In the meantime The family have the sympathyof .. .
r ndkerchlef boxes, glove boxes albums the Singer sewing machine office; his teams are hauling in a fine lot of
Orisfnas them. community. W.A.GAHLENBEC'K : :
cards etc., will make suitable the entire
Lifts for friends and relatives. Monday and Tuesday Dec. 17 and 18 timber ready for sawing. tree for j
your Mrs. Donaldson with her sister Miss | There will be a Christmas L. 213 South Palafox Street, <
Mr. splendid gristmill
Flournoy runs a .
Large lot of fire works Just received. ;The stock will include many beautiful Every -
Minnie Dennis will probably leave for and every' one on Christmas eve. : .. .. ................ ...... :
Selma before Christmas. i.pieces of fanework.. and a fine' line ,, which .does a large business effort is being made ot make it a suc ............. .... j
L of useful garments. It Is Just the the meal is very popular with a large : of dolls and drums are -
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COFS BOOK STORE Trade V I place to buy your Christmas presents. and increasing custom all along the cess. Visions through the dreams of
Big Holiday floating
The ladies will also take subscriptions P. & A.. and from the country. now boy..
and
Yesterday and This Week. for ,the Saturday Evening Post Our genial senator, John .Jfeel is the small girl Glover has been ill for
Brent Building. Phone 235. Notwithstanding- inclement and the Ladies Home Journal.On now bogged up to his eyes In the delightful -I Mr. H. L 'i'j
several days.
the Saturday following a cake business of sausage stuffing af ,
returned home
the has
weather ot yesterday streets were Mr. Sheehan
be held at and feasting on spare bones and back
and chicken sa.Iad'sale will
to Mobile. {
SCARRITT MORENO. thronged with Christmas choppers ribs. ter lengthy visit
brought out by The Journal's, big Rosenau & Gereld's store. :Mrs. Houston Jones is slowly con
SAFES OF Miss Ethel a charming
DESCRIPTIONS. I Jones young
Agent for eb;,'idL.s and Lock Co- Christmas Edition. valescing. She has been ill for some
and
Canton, Ohio I Had it been a fair, day the stores King of All Cough Medicines., |lady from Pensacola is clerk time. A 1 1'il 1I
Office for Mr. J. F. Flournoy. BOIoHowney'sMakes ll
stenographer
and Salesroom E.
Gov. St. and
friends
who advertised-and 'that means all Mr. E. G. Case. a mail carrier of i Christmas will soon arrive and ye Sirs: Gamble is visiting _
---- -- '- in town-could not have accommodated in Greenville Ala. She will
the stores
Canton Center, Connwho has beenin relatives I
of a
humble no prospect
[ scribe sees Choice Christmas Gift
the customers: the U. S. Service for about sixteen his table. remain until after the holidays. .t( _
fat turkey for
Hut nevertheless trade was "powerful years says: "We have tried many Mr. Hanas.' accompanied by his .

"The Best Is What We Sell' brlsk.an:! will ,continue to be cough medicines for croup, but Cham TUG SIMPSON SPOKE-THE cousin.,"Mrs. .,,Czlassy. from Detroit,--is / They run from a 10centV ), t

until after the holidays. berlain's Cough Remedy is king of all SCHOONER HENRY J. SMITH spending a few days in Mobile. V .. ,
The Journal of Sunday containeda and one to be relied upon every time. Mrs. Tuberville spent yesterday in 1. package up to 5-pound fancy V I

WeAreHeadquarters splendid assortment of advertising \Ve also find it the best remedy for The tug Simpson Captain Fernandez Mobile I packages. Lowney's Candies ..' r ,
as well as many wen writ. coughs and colds giving certain re- which arrived In port Sunday Mr. A. W. Ranney spent several
ten articles. and It would be to the salts and leaving no bad after ef from Sabine Pass. reports speakingthe days out of town. I comply with all the requirements I, 1 ,

interest of any lady or girl or man fects." For sale by all druggists. four-masted American< schooner Miss- Bessie Rice Is visiting her of the new food law, !;f f

for that matter to 'keep Sunday's Henry J. Smith, on Friday anchored brother InV Pensacola. '; raised i iV
Journal and consult it* aKTwU&ementa 12 miles northeast of Ship Shoals. Dr. O. Gwynn's father Is spending) a nd he-efore are not '

for before going on a shopping tour. The vessel Is bound from Galvestonfor few days with hlia In Century. in rlC. : t,' ,

Ther are some wonderful bargains Mobile and on account of the Mrs. Pingleton spent a few days V

offered for this seasoa Of,the year and: weather, which was very south came with her,mother; Mrs. McDowalL A Toilet or 'J

ChristmasDinner the ads help one a great deal "in, deciding Atmore' & Sons to anchor. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Manicure Set ,. >
V V The" master desired to *e reported R Davis was sick a few days last i ,

'A firm ,hq had'a great many doll-baby V' as being? all well.COMPETENT. V week but 'is well again. orpairofMilitary

beds which they wished to disposd of Mrs. Rebecca Rice is visiting hergranddaughter. "
before Christmas had an ad In ,The I Mince Meat Mrs. Frank: Hardy of HairBrushes I ;

Itig Journal and mentioned'this fact. JUDGES. Fort Deposit. Ala. also makes an acceptable I
Long before noon yesterday though 1 )Irs.': Campbell who has been criticallr
the rain poured. every little bed hadbt't'n Beauty Doctors Endorse Herpicide.of 111. is resting well and on the gift-and our stock is complete p:
sold to of othe What is Christmas without Women who make 'a business to- recovery. that will '
say nothing way- at prices per- 1
things which .want at the same rate. j, Miae Pies! A de.xjcy for V beautifying other women come pretty Misses Maggie Ray Jean Patterson V V V

Ring! us up and we'will tell you Corretttion is: !grer.tFensacol4! the old and young aCkc., near knowing what will bring about and Margaret McCaskiU are visiting mit ,you to buy what pleases i t FV4 ST
We !han Atmore & Son" the best read's Here are letters friends in Pensacola.Mr
as well as everywhere and be
cf sq V
the many gcod.things we have 'vbo tlinka it a.:less attic and money Mlrcs Meat guaranUcil from two concerning Herpicide: McGee will not return to Century you.HOOTOK'S HST
for your table, or bett.- still than pure. "I can recommendewbro's Her- Savannah until after the V
from .
to advertise is.to,b* Pitied, 33 his barkis V
tha*. come in and let us show you beaded for the rocky shores of adversity Mince Meat.'bulk. TZVaC, piotde.: as It stopped my hair from holidays.., PHARMACY, ;
Mince Meat. Sib glass jars $1.25. falling out: and as a dressing it has Grades one two five and six. of ..
through our stock of fancy and upon which the waves of misfortune .
staple will soon cast it. throwing it MMce" Meat. :Sib glass Jars, VSc. no''superior.! Public,School Ko.:, 79 will have a -,: S V'Vie .Birthplace t *f Prompt Delivery. '_. i '
groceries. We are prepared Meat. Sib palls 75c. Bertha A.,Trullinser V '
Mince the '
) evening
.
Signed on
( entertainment
'the barren white sands Christmas SV : 1100. I 1.
'Upon -a -V PHONE .
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With extra and to fill Mince Meat condensed. los pkg.\ "Complexion Specialist to ten. : : "
;
help
wagons shapeless eck I of Dee; %1s ,-from eight V < ST;, ., .
,1r :
your wants In any amounts and In _ ,"29% Morrison St. Portland. Ore. S '. I' .- I Ij l.d'

any length of time. Ring us up. One of the sweetest-tableaux of the "After using one bottle of 'Herpi THOUSANDS GAIN .\. :: r : .
,
has atopped falling out. ;;
Cbanncha celebration a few nightsago cide my hair INCREASE : >
and scalp is entirely free from BY THE ,- ,
was that of David Jonathan and ,my ::
I
represented by two handsome little : dandruff. V V -
Cahn V
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'/ .I INVESTMENTS' I IN REAL -ESTATE- i. ;For! SafleOilG r A os.OJ. e. I LOOKING ", I i. AiF/ibstracl/ Free $225 I.



*. OFFERED BY Is The BestOf '. -: : FORA I .

i I' HOOTON & i ii' Lease t' _-. $25 Cash, $10 per |

WATSONi All Gifts HOME I .
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i'- 3 IITHEREN.TAL.AGENTSi To the :, -. Ii I' thThose: Lots rL" interest J i ii

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j r: ] $ 950-One-story dwelling on West Government SIX.ROOM DWELLING CORNER --- ."Many a man who is waiting' today t! -- j
to.bay nal state 'cheap. was .
t treet,. ,near Reus. : JACKSON AN.D GUILLEMARD. HAS Loved Ones in the same frame of mind two five
Ye!!._ten-years ago.' He passing it I :' I have 40 lots between 9th 10th and 11th streets and between *
$1575-Fine on corner lot convenient 'BATH GAS. ELECTRIC LIGHTS, ; by to-day. His wideawake neigh-, '
.f to
cottage
: L.1 hors bous-ht-madt" monf"y--e.nd are 18th and 19th arenues; two:; blocks from the East HOI cat line One i

f, l & N. R. R. .shops. .' : I SEWER CONNECTION. LOT 45x125 I buying now and making money." f. block from the bayou., I offer this property at $225.00 per lot. J:,. J

I FEET. $2aOO WILL BUY, PART CASH, I ,I down and the balance at $10.00 per month. I will CHARGE0: iv .
New and comfortable
$2150- cottage! with two lots i !TERMS ON BALANCE. WILL LEASE TEREST AND NO'TAXES AND WILL FURNISH AN ABSTRACT !

-: on East Garden Street.. TONE YEAR AT $25 PER MONTH.LESLIE I I thinking of *Z750-We hare just'hrI listed withus 4. WITH EACH LOT FREE OF COST This is the cheapest proer.1! :
While
you're. a most' up-to-date I'ttle i ever offered, on these terms. In the City of Pensacola.
: $2650.-A very nice one-storylivelling with rooms, : home on East HliL Desirable *

:: East Gadsden near AlC 1iz. i gifU. you who par rent, tection. House south! has front. Lot con 12ix32 ')- t You can't bay Lots for Cash in this locality any"cheaper. \Te of I
every
i ; fer them ca terms that you can't afford to rnlss. These terna I
why not come to see us venience and was built for a pa
: $3350-6-room dwelling on D Villier Street, near home. +.. you in the same position as if you were buying nearly two y% *

2 Garden. : E BROOKS and let us show you how' : from now at prices asked for now. T

-a -- t. Mora fortunes are made in Real Estate than in anything eij. +

: $9500-Two-story brick building, with lot fronting : Real Estate I you can .own your o"D\ $27bO. Another choice Lttle home on I I. You may lay the .foundation. of your fortune by Investing a feir j

East Jackson street-new and I ; dollars in these lots at this time.
: both Zarragossa and Main Sts. Splendid business : home. Do it now for thisChristmas : a very choice location. t. .

; location. and Insurance. I i I o I believe at a conservative estimate that these lots Trill fncrea !

: 1906.McDAVIDIIYER.' !( : In value 40 per cent. by the time they are paid for on these terms. .*

: $10500 Two-story brick bU1ldmg"on.Z rragossa St. $4250\ Close hi, 'Iroom.story residence -
Phone 462. 112 S. Palafox.
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fc desirauie lo"a'it! large
i near Palafox. A bargain. i lot. house leased to Septem- Ii iroiir \
ber, 1907. All conveniencesand i E ,' BROOKS[ ( Real Estate and Insurance

i CITY MAPS. i iHave CO. nice-place. J: LLLJLC Phone 462 112 S. PaaiiStCOPPEfl.MOPPERCOPPER! :

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lias been you carefully a new revised City Map to date'We conforming have Just received to all changes a new supply made. _which Send :.1 I THE BEST YET! A7'nt New York i $3500:: -A bargain In five lots,and 6- t........ ..................t' .... ............J

: 52.00 for Mounted Copy, or Me for Pocket Edition. I room cottage on northwest
Life lnurancs Company. i corner Reus and Cervartes.

1.: Correspondence Solicited. .J.1 '100 EAST: GOVERNMENT' ST., I

........... ,. .... ........................... I Phone TOO. Pensacola F'a.!

We have for sale lots in block 101 East $3000--New 6roomstory modernS
King Tract at $100 each Ja down and $5 dweiiins on East Jackson
per" month. No interest and 10 taxes street.
HELP WANTED. WANTED. i until paid for. NOTICE TO INVESTORS :

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reltatt maD with W A We have a nice comfortable house on ,
\ ,\ "TED-A experi. "TED-PosiUon
.' as night; re'fl3.n at Southern by experienced stenographer North Coyle street that we. can sell for $1800-Gets the store, dueling barn We venture the -assertion that our small advertisements, like that befow
Si'; nee k Co. Brcat, Fu. 18dec2t furnish good references.Legal work preferred Can I $1100 on easy payments.We ant -2'' lots on corner A'can.z! have attracted more real investors than any of recent mining al h....aus the
J.. Box 2.8 Address E. L. and Brainard 'streets, inside offer a square deal and tell the TRUTIL It don't require a 1'h"1:<' rth
ft' 'TED-A first -Class barber: eNo : :, 1 ISdeclOt I have a nice six-room cottage with curge where street car turns.. World to tell the TRUTH but If you will send for the
DOOM fighters need y.at rc fctniiham >: WANTED-PosUion large lot. on East Hill, on car line and

108 Bast Wright street. and for general as assistant office work bookkeeper by- i'' near$3000. hard This road is one that of the we best can bargains sell! for Fors.S ile STANDARD COPPER NEWS

young lady. Address stating wages. Box offered here < \\ANTEIX-Trarveler! for an established 142, Evergreen, Ala. ISdeclw I recently. Will agree to car- over with: your wife. See
house. Twelve dollars weekly to start. ry a mortgage for large.amount of purchase whether she doesn't agree that It's
Expenses paid. References Address THE PUBLIC to know that the B. H. price at 8 per cent.. unwise to keep on paying rent when it will tell 'you even 'to the minutest detail everything concerning ':..JJ
Fla. ISdeclt $300 down and easy monthly payments -
Clows. Pensacola.
George O. Fairchild Co. is now prepared to renovate One hundred and fifty by three hundredfeet like rent will make you the
do all kind of mattresses pillows and on Little Bayou with two cottages -' owner of any reasonablypricedhome.
to
:WANTED-White woman light bolsters. JEROME J -VERDE COPPER COMPANY
in first-class style, and at low- .
housework. Apply at .No. 12 East In- est prices. renting for $11 per montn. $l500. \Vouldnt you like to spend
,tendencia St. ISdecSt Ring up phone 485 write P. this Xmas in your own home? Then
O box 43 or call 11 East Garden. street. Ten lots on public square. near the. $3000-For Moderri"New-story. 6 rooms let's get together. -

WA\"TED-'Wblte girl to do general upstairs. ddeclmWANTED Stoddard property very cheap at $SoO. and two halls. ,house, on East Jack GUARANTEED MINING STOCK.
housework. Apply 1202:! East Gadsdenstreet son street. In very desirable neighborhood
. 16dec2w -Position by experienced ste- Jerome Verde Copper Company's 28 Patented Claims. Title guaranteed bv .
nographer. Legal work preferred Can $1200-For a very nice little cottage United StateS Government. and favorably: reported on by J. It. Guard, I>ep..!.
, CARPENTERS WANTED at Warrbig- furnish good references. Address E. L. $2300-For 5 lots on West side of Palafox lo o. 1000 North Alcaniz St. Lot Cn'ted States Mineral Surveyor of Arizona and two other reliable Mining tngi
J.. Box 278. 4dec2w street between Blount & Lea 45x125. nears .
ton; good wages and payment every .
Saturday afternoon. For further Information D. HALE WILSON & CO. streets. Everything Absolutely Guaranteed
WANTED
. apply at Sylvester r Campbell's TO RENT-A large house .
atore. Warrington.WANTEDMwager.. 12dec close in. Will lease it if terms are desirable NO MONEY'ASKEDUNTIL .
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Address Mrs. A. M., Care Journ1 3D S. PALAFOX -, $1400-Takes No. 80S East Belmont .
STREET
for branch office we Z7novWANTED.Some street. a comfortable and reasonably INVESTORS ARE THOROUGHLY SATISFIED THAT THE

. wish to locate here in Peasacola.' Address Mon\r: priced-house.! 4 rooms COMPANY
to 'loan at lowest market rate JEROME .RDE COPPER
with references. The Morris one of means who will PHONE 234 and haIL Stone walk in.front
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Wholesale House, Cincinnati, Ohio. care for and educate bright boy 14 of interest. is everything we Claim for it .
lldeclm years old. Apply Pearl Eagan Home or :Mortgages"on "real. :estate .In" this city THE CLAIMS IMMEDIATELY ADJOIN
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Wm. Fisher. President. ISnovWANTID bought:and sold _,';. 'h ARIZONAwhich
CLARK'S UNITED VERDE AT JEROME
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TYPEWRITER OPERATOR WANTEDto FOR SALE.FOR All of'the Maxent 'Tract west of "C' ,
take dictation from office grapho- -All kinds beer bottles. I pay street now for sale. .q- I.S.BROWN6CO.REAL has paid over $40,000000 in dividends or about 120;per cent per annim. pIts
phone No knowledge of stenography 15c g&zrn. I handle all leading brandsof ; ; capitalization. ,It Is.developed, property with shaft 4.5 feet deep. Over "i'm
needed. None but expert operator need wlne-s beers and whiskies, and still "'. feet of workings with ,ore showing average values of 8% per cent copl"'r.Please .
apply. Densmore machine used. Apply manufacture that well-established corgh SALE-First-class ticket to Cincinnati cut out this ad. and send your name and address, and the
, medicine Joe .Roth comer Tarrapoa Good until December 20. Call at :!" ESTATE LOANS AND STANDARD COPPER NEWS
In person at once to The Clutter Music ,
House. lldec and Government Sts. Hoot 631 East Government St 16dec3t INSURANCE. containing complete Engineers' Reports Maps,. Assays, etc., will be mailed jroa.
shares -of Treasury offered/ 2s cents.
100,000 Stock aow .at
TAILORING L. FOtt SALE AT A BARGAIN Harness
W WANTED. good cook. Apply to 701 Gent clothing cleaned Diamond pressed and Tailor repaired factory and tannery conveniently- located Fisher ReatEta1e1ency Phone 918 Thiesen B dl. INVESTIGATE f,IRST-THEN BUY

: North Palafox street. 9dec on short notice. No. 11% West new buildings and up-to-date ma- THE.GENE SECURITIES CO. Fiscal Agents.
Government St. Pensacola. Fla. chinery. Address "Factory." Care! this ,
WANTED-A.n. experienced Grocery clerk paper. 16dec2w 804 FLATIRON B UILDING NEW YORK.
good salary to one willing to work. Address WANTED-A. R- Bingbam wants COLLECTION OF."RENTS. A 'Please Send Standard Copper Ne ws" to following address
P. 0. Box 374 9dec moving and hauling Ho guarantees your FOR SALE Two launches: one 2 G O-A. .' UPTODATE2story) JfAME........... .-.. .._...........--......................... ..
all breakage. Phone 630. 6V4 feet beam; oak timbers; white cedar SPECIALTY.. ADDRESS ._. .. ... ......... ......._n..._........_... .. ..
WANTED-Four boys -with wheels for planking; copper fastening; equipped with ---
office work. Salary $10 per month. Apply A.'IlTED-The Merchants Transfer Co. an 8 1LP 2-cylinder, 2 cycle Wolverine Pione 87. :* .206:S. Palafox St. 10-room:: house with plot of .
Wf Care Journal. Jaec wants your. mov.is and hauling. All engine. she has half-cabin peed 7% Pensacola St. Andrews and
breakage guf-Anteed T. B. Thors-o, miles and In fine running condition. PrIceS ... ground 140x200- feet. in-excellent locality DIRE.C.TORY'PROFESSIONAL. .
ProprietyPhona 178. iiO. Also one IS-loot launch b-Ioot
; Gulf Steamship Co.
beam; 1% HP. kerosene engine copper ; % "cash, balance on time. Modem
MONEY TO LOAN.THOS I A-'TED-All kinds of electrical work. fastened, in good working order Price Improvements. STEAMER TARPON.W. .
I sell all kinds of electrical batteries $110. Apply l King & Runyan Pensacola. G. BARROW, Master.
an 1 other olectrical supplies. When you ISdec FIRST-CLASS PAb KNGbU AX3
PEBLEY-Money to loan. Upstairs need me ring 245 cr 9o. E W. Peake. i Price $5500. FREIGHT SERVICE.
corner Palafox and Romana sta.S 1 New: Star lAundrY Bide C. Garden. FOR SALE-Two buggies very rheap -Between-
8decUNUMITEO Apply 104 East Wright street. 16declm w. B. BARTON, PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHIO
WANTED-becond-hand sacks of all descriptions : LA. CARRABEL ST AN
amount mouey to loan on] :wanted. If out of town. ship FOR SALE-SO acres good farming land : Attorney At Law. : DREWS. Mltl-VlLLE.
all kind personal property on short them to us; if in town, ring us up at 1I u. about l,i miles of city limits. Containsan Sorneery FOR RENT. Offices-Fisher Building- Palafox street And all points on St. Andrews Bay, Car-
notice. T :""s easy. Get my rates before 334. or' bring them to us at corner of excellent stream and fish pond. A Will practice In all the state and United rabelle .and AoalachlcolaSCHEDULE.! / .
goiztg lsoliere. Star Loan Co.._ 116H Chase.and. .Alcaaiz. Sts. F. S. Mellen & bargain. Apply J. H. Kohler care Saunders Two .arge brick stores 140 and 10$, States Court&.* Twenty-three.. years' ex .
South Pawfox. m vlmI Co. 2Sjuiy Mill Co. ISdec Iw Desirable flomesFor perience. Leaves Pensa la Sunday, 8:30 p m.
East side of Tarragona street. between for Mobile Ala.

$.000.00 to loan on good security. Pensa- FOR SALE-Thoroughly good piano and Romana and Intendencla. Elegant location Leave Pensacola Tuesday *:30 p. a,
cote Investment Company. SOoctMON3TT almost new Apollo Piano player with T. G. YATES, M. D., for St Andrew., llillvllle, Apalar':; o.a.:
MISCELLANEOUS.MATTRESS about fifty pieces of select music, for Sale for warehouse purposes, $35.00 Carrabelle and intermediate points.
LOANED on r*al estate and sale cheap to quick purchaser. Address, per month for the two. Optician. For additional Information annly to.
I peraonal property on short notice. F. E. Mariner Bohemia, Fla. 12dec: J. R. SAUNDERS.E
Termis ca y. J. W. Bullard. 28% South AND FURf.ITURD-Mattresses 306 Thiesen Building.: .R. COBB. Present
prJoa St. Phone 1144. made to order and also renovated TWOS. PEBLEY. General Frt. and Pass. Agt Pin
; .new ticks furnished New and DECORATIVE EVERGREENS W. Twenty. years' experience as Jo Eye sacola. Fla.
TOUR MONET second-hand furniture ,modern or antique Smilax, needle pins holly mistletoe I On West Gadsden street. south fronton Specialist:. Examination free.
: ij.&N LEND at
I eight
window wreaths and other Christmas car line a two-story 3-room
bought and sold. Davis Manufacturing modern
If have .
u ar cent you any that you decorations. Miss Annie Jordan. 115 home house in condition Romana and Palafox.
1 \iant Interest on. see me about K. Co., 114 East Belmont street. i splendid recent QOOOQOQQQQQQQOOI
it
absolutely safe Phone 771. 24nov North Spring Street Phone 1535 4dec2w ly overhauled throughout and painted; '" Legal Advertisements.NOTICE .
Ii! Kill be on real'estate :
feeprlty. Leella E. BrookaPhon. 462. :gas city water bath, large deep lot best L. C. PHILLIPS
r I' :MISS LEILA REESE has fesh cut flow FOR SALE-200-arpent country place 7 neighborhood in 'cit>-$5000.00. FOR SALE. TO STOCKHOLDERS.The .
I MONET TO LOAN-Everybody borrows ers on hand. Orders taken for special miles from Pensacola short mile west I Homeopathic.PHYSICIAN annual meeting of the sto k!.."'at
money from Jno. A. Hall & Co.. 14S occasions. Phone %8%. ISnovlm of Olive station and post office. known as i On West ;Jackson street the most modem and SURGEON.M.'I of the American National Bank O! fr. '' '
I n. Government St. When in, need call 7-mile house on old Jackson road. 30 acres up-to-date little cottage in the city. CONTEST'S celebrated Roup Cure. Cholera I Office and Residence 12 N. .: cola. for the election of directors a: c..
Yft us. 'WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOPWeare fenced and cross-fenced with woven wire bath. gas, electricity .7 rooms cabinet cure lice and mite kil'er as well : I transaction of such other bum:.-*' .as
now in cur pew quarters, 214 t.Intendencia fence balance partly cleared partly fine mantles folding doors between dining as an unexcelled Egg Prclucer. All } Hours: 9 to 11 a. m., 1 .to 5 p. may come before It. will be hel I' '. .
r t .iI"fEY LOANED on all kinds of personal entrance also at 215 Romana, timber. Fine oaks, pear chestnut and I room and library butler's pantry large guaranteed and a splendid gade of I Phone 65 day January 9, 1907. at the ,.uk.t
If property on ahort notice. Terms and prepared to do everything in wagon other trees. Stream running through: front gallery. loose beautifully finishedon wheat that will make your fow.s lay. F. .OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOORFrederick house at 10 a. m.
1 d",.. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W Romana. and carriage balding and repairing. K. many springs on place; also horse buggy. inside. yard nicely laid off. beautiful S. Mellen & Co. Pensacola. Fla. Phone a W. LAV \F9d -
1-i.one 116S. Ifeb L. Herring. Phone 923. City. 14oct harness wagon and farming tools; 3 1- ;].flowers, stables large lot, best neighbor- :34. 7nov Ausfeld. F'. M, Blount coaw4w Pr". ."lI
room houses. 1 50-foot stable, with two hood in city. ThIs! is a cheap place for
UNLIMITED amount of money to loan MATTRESSES RENOVATED--A>w tick 1 25-foot barn and other out the money-$4750.00. FOR SALE-At a bargain, a barber's AUSFIELD&BLOUNT I STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING-
..0 all kinds of personal property. Sp- furnished if desired. Guaranteed. Car rooms houses. Suitable for sanitarium I outfit. eOOd as new; one first-class Notice is hereby given that ;> 11:2:
del rates to business men on large pet taken'>n> and matting laid. Leave club. factory. brewery or stock farming country. I '5-room cottage and : 'hall, bath and barber chair; one dozen exceUent rawns'l : Architects be an annual meeting of the sin: K* I '::1
t.:n.. The New York Loan Co.. 204%, orders at' Watson. Parker Reese Co'a I Reason for selling-owner has no one to I shower bath, hot and cold water cabinet mugs brushes and combs. 312.314 Brent Bldg.. 43 Moses Bldg. of the First National Bank. of I'. nss .t
::iMth Palafox. Wesley Duncan. Tsept manage place. Great bargain as Invest- i mantles modern throughout occupyinga M- Armstrong neads, Fla. Cdeclm Pensacola Fla. Montgomery Ala. held at its office on Tuesday I' -

! MILTON UPHOLSTERING 'sHOP-WO ment or for one looking for good farming : U block of ground oh East Hill block I day of January 1907.! at 12 o S. It..
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land. For particulars address B W. from car line good neighborhood-$3000 FOR SALE-Bargain in 6-room cottageat WM. A. BORMANS for 'the purpose of electing ;.
lie Mlms. Proprietor. Furniture .
BOARD AND ROOMS. of all kinds carpets laid furniture repairing Peake. Pensacola. Fla.. New Laundry i Cottage Hill. Fla. Terms to suit One director, and for such other t. u
for shipping. Phone building. East Chase street. Idee I Modern reception hall acre fruit flowers and garden. Address Architectand Superintendent may come before them.
....... packed 63. -room cottage Egbert Beall. 5declw* K. lITER Ji.
Next to Tampa landing. 22aprU large front gallery on corner lot 50x137%. W. .
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, rtR RENT-Large nicely furnished room Oflice-3d5'Brepit Build a.
000 round
FOR SALE-10 acres timber
... of bath and tele- two blocks from car line on East Hill: I House and lot Phone 823. I I ,
1th board; privilege Tin land 12,500 saw mill! timber and sawmill FOR SALE a% 1013 East PensacoU. Fla.
H. ALFMAN- Copper and Sheet house lot laid off wth
new. nicely
;hone s rvtce. Apply 4Uii.We.t Gregory cornice work 32-room hotel at a bargain. Several -, pretty Jackson street. $1809 Apply to G. A. TRADEMARK
street or telephone No. Unlwk Iron Worker: and sky- good farms and town properties. Sowers large stables fronts south. It I Dohlstrom. 1013 East Jackson street. or 'I I Notice as required by Chapter '*
lights a specialty; roofing guttering and is cheap at $2450.00. .
Palafox.
818 South
Write Gentry & Setterlind. Chipaey Fla. 27novlm I I Laws of Florida
-. FOR RENT-Rooms for rent with privilege repairing 109 East Government opera SECRET SOCIETIES.PENSACOLA ,.- .
23sept '
house building, Phone 560. Residence Notice- to all whom It rr-a w
_ of light housekeeping Phone and .. '
1316. FOR SALE CHEAP-Second-hand bug lereby given that the H\g< a B 1-I
Bath. Apply 900 East Jackson St. 9dec phone PANAMA CANAL EDITION of The gies and wagons. If you want a bargain LODGE. NO. 5. Works L. G Crosby proprietor ;"

J. H. PORTER sailmaker. 111 South Journal magnificently illustrated, in a second-nand vehicle of any description Pensacola Lodge. No.; 3. K.' of P. carols Flais the owner ">t a: >,
ROOMS TO RE\"r-Best In city. :Mrs. M. magazine containing scores of vIe," of call or write W. E. Taylor. Chip. fo" : :.>-
128 Palafox: : street. Orders taken for tents. .. J. W. Bullock Jr.Real meets every Monday evening at 7.39 cases, bottles and portable
B. Preston, % East Government St.
I 9d awnings. camp stools and house cots. the city and at harbor.The journal For rale office.t all Icy Fla. 2Jnovlm o'clock'at their'temporary Castle Hall bearing tM following marks bean' *
book stores or By '
i etc. Prices reasonable. 31 Jan over Pou s stable, Vut Intendencia St stencils, viz: :
: ROOM** NleeJy furnished.tPIlta.1ra., con- mail. 20 cents. llseit FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mehlen .Visiting: brethrea co'dlll welcomed.E All cases and boxes having I-! ,,'*"!/"'

tenient to oar line with or without Estate and Mortgage Loans & Sons'. piano in handsome rosewood H. DENJfRDC. C. Hvgla Bottling Works" pi :. ,too
I case. A. bargain. Plata an be seen IL 1IORSLER. .K. of R, & Tl I
board 1202 East Oadsden street. > t I ciled or branded thereon.
FOR RENT.FOR FOR SALE- Good size mute. 6 years by calling at.the Kandy Kltcnen. 3o>-t t, ";" I'
Sdeclm old. Qualities are the beet. Xo whip- Room 302 Brent Building. All Soda Water and other '.
Jttiwn
I S ping necessary. Lady or child can man- FOR SALE and Immediate delivery. DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA.. Ing the name "Hygla Bott ,
I Nicely furnished rooms suitable for RE.At Big Bayou. 7-room. %- age. Apply J. W. Senterfitt, 708 E.Cervantes automatic tandem compound center one Naomi Lodge, .No. ill Daughters of In t1-.e plsss and aU otl r p->-'-'.,.:'*
1'ght! housekeeping block and half from story house. Bath and kitchen, all fur- t.to 14declw Phone 637 crank steam engine of about ISO horsepower Rebecca meets every jiondav night at fountains having' the letters ">11 i:
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Palafox. Apply between 12.30 and 1:30 fished $20 per month; also 4-rooms. kitchen t and two return tubular boilers, 72 S o'clock In L O O F. halt Visiting or -llygia Bottling Works" th'r' ,.,
p m.. or after 6 00 p. m.. 219 East and hall unfurnished $17.50. Fisher FOR SALE OR RENT-One of finest inches diameter by 1' fet Iorg. For full oster cordially Invited to be present. The iu-t.KJlr.jf notice has b's'r
I. ernment street Real Estate Agency. 206 South PalafoxIWec. farms In West Florida 2 'miles from particulars apply Stone & Webster Ens. HATTIE MRS. J. T. PULLIAM. N. a I i with the clerk of the CircuitT" ,
MRS. NEV1LLB.
GoY-J Chipley 140 acres in cultivation; fine Corporation. Box 830. Pensacola. 14nov See. ,rambia County, Florida and a -1. J1WX. ,
:NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS for buildings. Cash rent $1.50 per acre. L. FOR SALE 'Secretary of State of Florida P ,
with or without board. Table FOR P.E."iT-Two nice double stores on C. Ridenour Chipley Fla. 14dec2w FOR SALE-One fine wan Case. 25 feet RATHBONE LODGE NO. 30. infGlA BOTTLING WOdec4oaw : -
Phone gas and bath. No. 3 PalafOL. East Intend ncta street. between Pala long. 8 feet high, with ribbon case 10 Rathbone Lodg. No. 30. Knights of I w By U G f_

I 27nov I fox and Tarragona. Inquire at the Fisher FOR SALE-$25.00 cash for Remington feet long separate. Will make fine display Pythias, meets every Thursday night at'. '.*
Real Estate Agency., 22nov in first-class writing order case for any kind of trerchandise. Castle Halt Members of sister lodges ''PROPOSALS will be received a' J
;1. .: ROOMS:: -Two furnished front rooms, reason Typewriter for selling have no use for same; Apply to E. Ik Reese. 17 North Pal&fox. I and visiting brethren cordially invited reau of Supplies and Accoun"Denartment. 'r :'.
r' suitable for 1'ght housekeeping. Use FOR RENT : Blngham has storage Address "B" Care ;Journal 20novlmLANARK : to attend. 3. K. ROPEtt C. c. Washington DC
, i .f phone and oath. Apply 822 East room for-nt.R.s; for funJture here. 21novlm* '$700. -c .1. LXVET. K Ro. S. I o'clock. a. m. January 3. 1907. arsly ;. ,
: r Gad df>r.. or Phone 897. 25nov or other goods. 104 and 106 South Tar- I ,.. opened Immediately tbereaft.nish .-- ".

: It __ ___ raxona street Phone 619. FOR SALE-A fine tract of land near buys a four-room cottage with summer H. E. B. A. No. II. meets. first and :' at the navy yard. Pensa.., *po
Part heavily timbered kitchen on East Gregory. Rents for $g.50per 'I third ,Wednesday nenhlg, at 1:30 n. In.. ''quantity of miscellaneous harda'plicationa ..
city. ; part month. A bargain for a home or an P.a1fllrd Hall No. 10- West Intendenclastreet. for proposals shovw _
LOST. cleared Call phone 285; or address 1102 .
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! 'HOTELS.LOCKHART investment 0. pELL Prea. 'i Schedule 348 Blank proposal.I
East Oadsden. ISnovlm .7. L. SWEE'ET.A.S I II I furnished upon application to t.. t
. LO' T-Round gold locket with anchor on CHANDLERS--McKlnsle On the Gulf of Mexico. pay office Pensacobx. Fla.. or to .
S !;: on*side; on other initials **J. L. F." Lost HOTEL.. Lockhart Ala., &SHIP Co., wholesale and retail ship Opting", an4- $2100.gets hunting and fishing season now on. I PENSACOLA" tODOE NO,* l. O. O. F. reau. E. B. ROGERS. PajmaseraU "' .
, .. eit:ur on a North Hill car or near Union new management newly renovated lets and grocers. Only first-class . :" Reward for return t The Journal nice rooms. Bath and all accommodations. and modern ,
Cepot. Fair a pretty six-room new : meets every Thur da, evening at
of kind In city. price to alL 740
' II1! East : street ISdecLO Special attention to traveling home East near car line. NOTICE.
or Strong men. on Cervantes. Oners exceptional advantages as a at the new hall on Belmont and Karl en .',
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t !; Special rates, _to weekly boarders. J.Rodsers. place to spend part of the winter months. streets. Visiting brethren oo-dlally in- Neither the Captain. .
T-Black and tan hound two years Prop. 28nov FOR SALE-Come quick U you want *. B. WTTKOV3XT. nor Consignees of th :
N.
$3200.buys a
!" old. weighs about 60 pounds. Answers them. Two cheap bones two good RK'INN. I A. KERLE. Secretary a snip: Hornsund. wIll ...a
1 to name Black." Reward for return to BROWN HOUSE-DtFuntalc Springs. ones and one high-class saddle horse' is LAN sponslbie for debts I ..
114 East Doyle street l&declw* Good beds. airy room., elegant MealS all I have left of the car load I got last a new two-story eight-room house modern and by the Crew of saM '
bath and Monday. I also have two second-hand modern conveniences on corner lot. near Under new management. W. O. W .. D. BElir.
sample
free rooms. Special
( L TUnr-coloNd 7.monthiuotdis attention to traveling men. Bates $:.00 top buggies in good condition for sale car line near In. on East HULA well kept: will afford special attention to Live Oak Camp No. 1. W. CX V HTER EROS ''Go
t pointer puppy. with white feet and per day. J. R. Brown Prop.HOTEL cheap. -'l". E. Welles. ISdectf deed to this home will be a Christmas hunting and fishing parties. 'nieets In Pythian haIl the hat and 3rl Consignee.
white: breaot Cor 13th ave. and 14th present never ,to be forgotten. Wednesdays I. e&ch'montb.: Visiting Consignet _
Reached by the Georgia. Florida & verelr.a cordially: invtted.I .
street J. IL Kohler. ISdec Iw SOUTHERN Open aa -
! the FOR SALE-Just received fresh flashlights
American Alabama Railway. Convenient schedules.Tourist F A. BOGfICI3, C. C. NOTICE.of ,
._ year. and European plan. and launch batteries. Phone LESLIE EoBao CREW
rates now In effectFor I clerk.
i Special summer rates. First-class ta S45. E. W. Peake. New Star Laundry said vessel. of

FORADO'PTION..- : e\ery Mrs.respeit T. L Pleasant Bowen. Prop.and .convenient Pensa.- uildlng. C. R. hotel accommodations write LANARK I Joppa Uog No.,6. I. a 0 F. Neither nor Consignees the Capta:' ..af

cola. Fla. 15apr YApGER INN Lanark. Fla. Joppa Lodge No. ., 1. O O. F.. meets 11 Swedish steam!'t IT' ,r
; ., t f FOR -\DOPTION-on orphan boy. 7 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-Half blockin 1 every Tuesday evening at''l:30 o''lock at : Adolf will be rf'spo"1J! .. .
years old. Will be given for adoption BAY HOTEL-Open night and day. Eu- New City sear Bay View park; will 200' Thiesen For schedules. railroad .rates etc-. write .t Ratror Hall-' Comer Bark'n and Belmont debts cont teds6BF -; '
to responsible parties. For particulars ropean plan. Rooms light and s clean. exchange for cottage or sell cheap : Building. .J. H. McWILLIAMS.I Sta VI81tln& brethren, cordially mvlted. 11ERRIrl'A J .. .
"I apply Pearl Hasan Home' or Mrs. \\"m. Transient trade'solicited., 5T5-57J SoUth taken at once. Mrs. R. Owtley, 1308 Phone "686. I I Gen. Pass. Rgent. I. c. L.. SMiTH No 0. JOHN A. ; CO. *'"
Jlnovim Bainbrldge. Ga. C. I. WILKINS. SecretaDL Consignee.
Fisher. Prebl I?nt ISnor Pallet Jos. S. Mcolao. Pron. Strong.

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;.: ... Guataf Aflolf Arrived awed Yesterday.btc. Sjoberfc 1MI. ,' Selected grains and perfect = t,

i. ''.. i' Bremen.T reMj to thug J. A.bk.Merritt Eatrado A ,Co.18J2. denfue-' LLjIbEBUj 1 REAR R OF OLD8U1lDlNG
make
I. 71 gos to--Blr M.Cleared Robinson.Yesterday. fermentation s. ,

: { : "-' Daybreak Br ss, Low. 1904&, for Ostend.
With 1.811..9. 8 ft deals and boards.


1.:I FOR THE CHRISTMAS SEASON WHICH IS NOW I Alfred I101 VESSELS Steamrmp.Ger IN...PORT.Jorjensen. 138. Olduaker \

SL Vincent, to H. Baars & Co. '
:ipAST Chatton Br sa. Lelsk. %31. Buenos
APPROACHING. WE OFFER. OUR TRADE. Ayres to order. I a
| Cycle Br ss, Long 2227, Rio Janiero to GIN On Intendencia' St., Which

t[ THE_ MOST PRACTICAL AND THE MOST SENSIBLE Gulf HelslngbujT.Transit Co.Sired ss, Schrle>. 1422. Was Used During the
Hu lva to Hyer Bros. ) r.
Homburg- Oer es. Matthiesen. 1488,.'I Gives men'' health and
i[ OF ALL CHRISTMAS GIFTS. :: :: :: :: :: Rotterdam to the W. S. Keyser Co. Spanish Times. I
Z strength to surmount all i *
Horcsund Get sa, Behrens 1609. Ham-I ;
burg te Br. difficulties. A pure high What Is claimed to be the remainsof
Baybreak. I
i i Ayres to the W.sa S. Keyser Low 1904 Co. Buenos' grade gin that has won a guillotine used during the occu-I'
FOOT WEAR I Horafels. Gr as. Nieman. 1475. West favor. Popular pancy of Pensacol by the Spanish
Hirtlepool to W. L. WitUch & Co.: 1 great has been found in the rear portion'of Rye Ij'R
Marian Br Sales
as Hogg 12181. faro to everywhere. enor )
master. the old Spanish building on East IL
: What could make a more acceptable Christmas Twilight Br s.. Morris 2260, Charles- mous. Every man needsit. Intendencia street, which Is now
I to ate the W geyser. Co. Try it today. :: :: being demolished. The house is one

: remembrance for the older members of Nor sbJn Ships.Aventl. Anderson- 1648.Lon of the oldest in the city; and Is said I Pure and Least -
don to order.Ferrelra. JIll",4 dealers SIll itB&B" to have been the home of the 'Inten-' stimulating.
than .t
the of :
family
: a pair our Slippers. We'vea Port at Barros 606, Lisbon dente of '
or Pensacola and Is
to : I mayor -
\ a splendid showing of every good style, suitable master.Harbinger, Bus S41399.. Alcoa Bay i Atlanta said to have also been the headquarters -, reactive eftect, due to its f ,
to master. of General Jackson at one.time.'
: for every purpose.We've i HUdeeaid. Ger ship Bolmdorf 1810. for The following on the subject of the ri
perfect aging.
Bremen with 1,004.26 a ft lumber for
f Brake with 175,917 ft lumber. old landmark will be read with interest -! DQlR
Ingrtd. ship L-tnneU. 12(0. Antwerp by citizens:
t i Christmas Footwear Galore to'J'tl. Oertin & Co., Guaranteed under the National Pure Editor Pensacola Journal: I Worth while to uI r
: Lena Ital ship. Tassara 1581. London Food and Drugs Act. your get j
to order. I see that the old historic building

1 1 y Afredo. Uruguayan Barks t>k, Mavagaa, ,__u__ .. ___. __ ___ on torn East down Intendencia to make street for is being i it. -- ; .
a more
: For Women: j Montevideo to H. H. Thornton.Alfhlld. way &
Phone 16, Lewis Bear Co..
modern structure. It is
1 Swed bk Svensen. 133%. S1'1 too bad that
ban to master. M. A. BAKER & CO., Props. these old land marks can not be'pre j z 404-403 Palafaz St. and 2-10 Main St.,
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: We've choice Dress Shoes, Fancy Evening Las C. Palmas B. Whldden Br bk, Morrison. : MANUFACTURERS served In some way for the presentand L----- Pensacola, Fla. 2 ,
States
to Southern LumberCo.
i Slippers and Ties. Many dainty Bow.'Strap i Seamless Turpentine Stills, future generations. I also am In- i.
Campbell Nor blc. Hausken. It 00. formed that the stone (or cement) i.I
: and Pump effects, in White and Colored. : Stavanger Charles Racine.to McK.Nor Oerting bk. Waage.&; Co. 1528. Pensacola, Fla. structure in the back part of the old Coronet Old Tom and Dry Gin I 1
building is the remains of the Spanish
Genoa to master.
: Canvas Patent Kids Patent Colts Black Kids Chacma Nor bk, Jorgensen E57; guillotine and was used in the

.: Beaded Vamps, French Heels, Cuban Heals.- .1 Fleetwood Hereford order. to Nor oraer.bk, Jensen, 1380 Rosarioto olden subjects.days Now for if beheading this is true offending, whereis J, i

Heimdal, Nor bk. Hensen 13S4. Hull our mayor that he will permit these i f
to order. historic relics to be destroyed r
: For Men: Humberto. Span bk, 1111. Battle, Havana
If It is true that that pile of ma-
1 to order. H G. DeSILVA & COMPANY
Ingebiorg. Nor bk Eld 1250. East Lon- sonry is what remains of an old guillotine :
: We've a fine line of Full t Dress: ,Shoes'in i den to order. ,, why not have it removed to
r Isabel Browne Bus bk. Llndqulst, 1231 ,
i Button or Lace, Dull 1 Kid Tops, Narrow Toes Hull to master. the Plaza or some place where it
Kink be and where town
I Oscar It Nor bk. Johnson. 16. % can preserved our
: Moderate Last. Rosario to A. Z.liusI All Werk Tested and Guaranteed.I folks and the many strangers come I Building Material
or LUla Nor bit Aanonsen, 1030, Santos ,
I I Write ua for prices. W can Interest you.
to order. I I ILysgllnt : Inc to the city can view the relic-

i You can't if you try, make more sensible or more, Nor bk. Hansen 133,%. Swakop- .-. ----- ,- --- There are few who have the oppor- L Shingles and Slate for Roofing
mund to McK. Oerting &; Co tnnity of seeing such a rare object, Ief ,
acceptable Christmas Gifts than Footwear Buenos Macca Ayres Nor, with bk. Drammond.11.C22 bbls rosin.995 for MCMILLAN BROS.CO. and it ought to be preserved in some I fA Patent Plaster Store Fittings
+ Maria. Ger bk. French, 19%%. Kings way and somewhere.Our -
+> Come, see our splendid Holiday Display. Lynn Marina to Madre, Ital bk. Slmonatta rRs mayor was good enough to wj for House
I Everything Building 3
1468v Genoa to order. Tl i place some of the old Spanish cannonin
Negpore, Nor bk Ojerdsen 1128 East the Plaza as historic relics and it -
London to A. Zelius.Olivari. asdt certainly was a good deed and now I i and Repairs.
I Boston Shoe Store i Ital bk. Costa. Genoa to or-
I would like for him (or the proper
deOphella.Nor bk. Larsson, 1127. Bahla ones) to see about that object they .
sa Blanca to Gulf Transit Co. call a guillotine and put it in the i
Pallas. Nor bk. Johnson. 1Z19. Ply ii
' I mouth to A. Zelius. Plaza with the rest of the Spanish i
1 Fashionable Foot. Fitters.
Phyllis, Nor bk, Uabrielson, 932. Belfast relics.A .
I toRo Oerting & Co. museum would be the proper "
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117 S. Paafox! Street. 'Phone 690.. ; ;I.CIf, Barbadoes gcrafton.. to ,McKenzie Nor bk. Morthensen.Oerting &; place to put the relic but as Pensa The Best Book for Christmas ite i
Co. cola cannot boast of such a place, to t :
A o 00..t...1/....... .NN.......................... Superb Nor bit. 'r Ouch, 1934., Antwerp MOBILE ALA ;METL tne Plaza it ought to go. .
to
i A. Zellus & Co. -'
Uniac Port bk, Cachin 891 ,Rio Ja- Yours. very truly
-- niero to master. A. RESIDENT.Cure is Bank Book
Giving a 1
I Schooners.
BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY
COMPANYW.
Doris Am sen. Eastman 310 Havana for Sore Nipples.As '

Prepared to do all electrical. T. BEDWELL.repairing PRES.; en short AND nolle MANAGER.Bine phone 570 and a to Donna J. _A. Me..rrJ.tt'lCo.Christina_,*Am. sen, McLeod, 165. MARIETIEPORTNAVAL soon as the child Salve.Is done nursing it f ;
Chamberlain's Wipe
representative will calL \\. T. Bid well. President ,and Manager. 20S S. Baylen I Belize to'master. apply .
street Barkentines. off with a soft cloth before allowingthe
Allanwllde, Am bktn Grace 5S4. Man- child to nurse. Many trained Open.an account in our Savings Department :
zanille to master. ,
-- ---- Beatrice, Ital bktn MarcheD Savopa to I STORE. nurses use this with the best results. with Dollar or more and put it in the '
master. :, Savannah Ga.; Dec. 17.-The naval Price 25 cents per boL For sale by : .
stores. market clued today M.lolfows. : all druggists.. Christmas stocking. It will prove a wonderful -
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HORSES AND MULES TWO MORE SMACKS ,N WG..$75.600 incentive to,save money instead of spend- i l 1
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ing it carelessly here and there. :
K .....S 15 r SAGE LEAVES.Brent .
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ARE FLOATED H ......A.IS to 4.25 I ,
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Just received two carloads horses and mules. Extra K ..."..;.4 Of to 4 4 07 05% Dec. It. On Monday Morn- ; 't

tine mid well broken. Can be seen at our stables. THE EMMA,:JANE AND ARIOLA C D ....' .....,...../.. .".-.,.4 4 00 00 ing last Tuesday we had a modest cold wave rainfalLBy prevailed

ARE RAISED AND BEING .Spirits iurpenUa. (7 cents. followed by mild spring-like weather '
W.R.TAYLOR&COw Pensacola Cotton Market. the balance of the week. FIRST NATIONAL BANK f :
REPAIRED.Two The following Pensacola cotton quotations Strawberries'are beginning to bloom '
are furnished by J. P. Connor &
more vessels of the fishing Co., F. O. B. cotton brokers, Penaacola. and the'young Mexican clover Is again OF PENSACOLA. FLA. ; t '
209 E. GARDEN STREET.. Florida coming'up In the fields where all had .
fleet have been floated and will.be re- Good Middling i.. been killed by the one premature r (

paired. They are the Ariola and the Middling Strict Middling..........9% frost, early in.November.A .' I I 'I '
Emma Jane both owned by the'War Strict Low Middling .A. 9% reconstruction of the colored Designated, Depositary of the United States, t
ren Fish Low Middling >fc church at Montgomeryville which succumbed 1
Company. : T
to the recent storm has been
A GOOD SIDEWALK The former vessel was resting between COURT MARTIAL started amid the ruins. 1 '

the piling of Baylen street We are fast recovering from that W. H. Knowies President, W. K. Hyer, Jr. Vice-President and Cashier !
wharf, and required considerablework FOR SOLDIERS great calamity. Such scourges are ThOs. W. Brent. Aut Cuhler. w. N. Roberts. AWt Cashier. 'I ik iki !
to be temporarily repaird and said 'to have 'a purifying effect on Director*-F.C.Brent, W.A. Blount. W. H. Knowles,, W. K.Hyer.Jr. i 1
[ Officers of the First Regiment will wicked 'titles. The fumigation of D. G. Brent. : {
Gives the most ordinary property an appearance of 'substantial the piling removed but this done
was arrive here this to In
eyenlug sit Chicago by Its "cleansing" fire has i
value. A one ruin the
poor can effect
of the
house and grounds. You don't handsomest and the schooner pulled from.her position courtmartial and try the members of converted it to a change of heart, ; 4
waut'ant. .,ragged jJ
edges to your property. by a tug.Yesterday the St Augustine Rifles who without There are now several wards cover ,' -
Among good sfdewalks a well laid concrete one Is easily afternoon the Emma permission remained away from the ing many square miles where no saloons '
I best Lasts longer costs less for repairs and adds an air of Jane which sunk alongside of the state encampment of the state troops are to be found. t ?
solid f last summer says the St Augustine There is no doubt that great wealth 1
dignity and worth.
We lay such sidewalks and back every one with our guar bad wharf been during repaired the storm and pumped and which out Record.It will. be remembered that and prosperity have their demoralizing Anybody Would like a Savings Account For a 1 }
a number influences
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particularly on rising
antee. May we estimate on yours! is WAS now moved moored by alongside the tug Okoloosa of her wharf and I the of company the boys was did represented not go to camp by less and What generations.a remarkable fact that Pen-- Christmas Present; It's a Common SenseIho' I i '

Pensacola Cement Stone further south. 'than a score of men. As several sacola declined to accept outside as- ,
Company The firm also began work Novel PropositionYou i
yesterday months hare elapsed without any action sistancefor'the storm sufferers, and
I rebuilding portions of .Baylen being taken it was generally supposed .. came out with an aftermath in the a
S. J. street wharf near the fish' house that the threats of courtmartlal relief funds of several thousand dol-
Harvey, Manager. Telephone 1485. I which had been prevented from rebuilding would not be carried into effect. Now lars to divide amone the several charitable can' open an account for any one !

I Ariola resting on account there. of the smack- I however It looks as if the boys will Institutions through the city. you like. We will furnish the PassBook t
be forced to face the music The houses of congress and supreme I 1
with the and amount
court of the United States have "ve name any i

toed" the president's governmental! you wish to deposit entered thereon. :1 .


i. k .' We do not attempt to make the price spelling adoption pfmclification' ., of the_ of initial our step "Immortal"toward the!I i!r| Also Home or Pocket Bank, if desired. -1 f .

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a teachings of natural phUosophy-; :i AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK'r ;
l J. large: bodies are moved most slowly.1 I r-
1 sell our whiskies. It's the quality. Coming Ictter;tions will not reversetheir i j OPERA HOUSE BUILDING !: 1
memory when studying to learn: t
\\i i Fitts the absurd orthography in our old We compound Interest at, 4 per cent every three months In our Sayings 1 ;
simple, reotvpned; and p trifled: Department. 1
,; ; f. The quality Rose's Old Rye and Rose's,Old Corn. Whiskey has ,spread its fame spelling! : books of the ninetieth century -' .,1

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-IJ'. -ktau.e5 iJ'f"jft 4 : '. .- .:. ,; f -_,: tenths of their lessens J. S. REESE President R.Vice.M.. CART President J. W. DORR.Cashier. W. R. QCIN'A.AssistantCashier.. 1 ,,

'r \t.i) We-Would? -,feel.as guilty as a criminal if we sold. you the average mail order rnixeZVEtiutQ In: the death has'lost of! Alexander a great benefactor StnddartPensacola i ii i, THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA.' 1

i Good roads trees i j CAPITAL $100,000. SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $25,000. J,.
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ture. i .
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I were his great heenmmnnleatpd | !?.
i I J. :J. HOOTOX. R. il CART. U '. REEVES.W. ,
with me it was srenersllv : A. ALEMEERTE. 3. S. REESE \V P C. KBSSLEIV .it
Every drop of our whiskey is distilled at our own distillery at Gilmore, Cobb county; Ga., where everything is remi-din*road and street_ inv, A General Banking. Bushieu Transacted and Account Solicited; Ship Disburse'i
v; mpnt.. The which be has merits given Special Attention. -'
cast aside for perfect purity and quality.* ; ':: .' ,' spent pJ'\ here in struts money and trees world I j jKfirt -- -

You must bear in mind that Rose's Whisky is chemically pure and not pure chemicals. It is distilled b) the : g respectaWe" bank account, and I

old-time method and aged by years.It ; ; jy.His. \nfsh work the waV native mainly In the wilderness :. THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK '

worth more than the difference in price that-is, if you care for your health.. I beyond civinration.! as it wf'rjS.1 PENSACOLA

\Ve will ship four full quarts of Rose's Old Rye, or Rose's Old Corn or assorted as ,you like; 'express paid He ''touched all the war
from Hayne street to Stoddart katfr i .
for $3.40, to any address in the following states: Georgia, Florida, Alabama, N.. Carolina, S.. Carolina; or any pointon but most of )ls mile strobes of. I A General Banking ,usIn.n Conducted Basis. on a Safe and Conservative 1

clayed and Bermuda aps.d boulcvard '
Adams lines. .
or Southern Express ,,
U4 between New Chicago and' Correspondence Soilcltd'R M. Bushnell. Cashier.
Remit Postoffice or Express Money.Order, New York Exchange, or send the .money. by registered mail. Do the beautiful Bayou among! the

not send personal checks. '. pines. .
stamps or -- -- -- -
When located nt Farnie Hill during
Thirtynineyears of honest deajing: ,one of our guarantees and the other is ,your money. back if you are not th*_winter season he. spent. a great ;
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satisfied. deal of time wi pMs' the work of his! R. i- CAR!. President. JNO. B. MASSEY;Secretary ;
men .under; an umbrella. I
Alas! Will h# no more return to this i O.A..H.V: CO. i
77 e 84- Peachtrce St. Land of Flowers? Never train b* : 7
Rose Liquor Company permitted to make: annual visit to bin' Wholesale Domertic and Retail Dttter In Steam, f 'i1:.
Anthracite and Blaekmltl* t
Atlanta, Ga. ideal ,winter home to which be helda once: 43 8. PaUfox St- Telephone !3. COA L. r t
perfect title and bn which he has Yard: Corner Tarragona and Gonzalez i
of,wealth? Streets. Yard phone 4 and 112.
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t t tJ Grand Chancellor of the ,K. i i-ii!: ikvaI-:: h. Mr C W. Parker. has just returned Ip#i iciiuiTrp'


J J Jn of P.tertained.Grand Is Royally. 'En- ii,. ,J. i1SN; ;: from the East, where he was very fortunate pf#:##

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n of the Knights Chancellor of Pythias Henry, who Horsier is on, Ii! :$ ..i, securing among other things, four lots oftrfMen's l f

an official visit to the lodges at '' .
it is being royally entertainedby .. f.:; r :;f! ;1f4 ti;
Tampa :
i! ,,: ....' ,t, Fine Suits at greatly reduced t
the Pythians of that city as is >: :::" ': :; :: : 'J s-'It (' prices,

.shown by the following from the ; i 'i"1 .l iir' i. :: t l
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Every pair bears the earmarks of quality. For that Tampa Times: j I d t' tw'<'" SN/t'H .. :' ;: and they go promptly on our counter at pi.:
"The _banquet and reception! to I,
reason every pair purchased here is always appreciated. -

Make that present a pair of shoes-the recipientwill Grand Bay lodge Chancellor and the Henry Knights Horsier of Pyth-by I a = I1 : : : a ;i same great reduction* J

be proud of them. A mighty good pair for ::1& f'e
Las of the city: last night was one of III : "4

$3.50. the most splendid events in the his- lot in Gray Double-Breasted i
tory of Pythianism in this state.
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"At 5 o'clock yesterday afternoonthe I
ular $18 Suit for this week .
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Pythians attending the banquet i {4.i; ; itJ{"
THE JOHN WHITE STORESpecialists assembled at the castle hall and proceeded >: !
; to the scene of the banquet I't. "',K }i: 'i J One lot in, Black Unfinished Worstedt -. "k
where they were Joined by Grand it:.::::" 'A Y.. .,# :l S15 75

In Men's and Boys' Wear time Chancellor had not Horsier been apprised who up of to what that i'?: .'::.:.,.:.:,:.:iN. ..:"::' :'.x :.;t1...::W.r;.,,.: regular $20 Suit, for. this, week atOne .r' t!

Phone 225 205.207 8. PALAFOX had been prepared in his honor. The ; : : t.: i

.. scene in the banquet hall of the Grand ;* .. i lot in Fancy Worsted very swell.
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Orient was e most magnificent one "" :'- w $1915 4
.- the tastefully decorated tables being ; v ''A regular $27.50 Suit forthis week ; -*
...................................................... arranged in the shape of the Pythian /1// *
triangle, the members being seated on '
I i the outside and facing each other. Ji i One lot Black Thibet ext.rafine, all silk lined : .t
lOne Third of The table was decorated in the Pyth-- '
; ian colors. .
good sizes in both double 000 3
range ,
"During the progress of the banqueta : Ji.i.
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lYourLifeinBed!i i, upon number to of express those present themselves were, called which i J and single breasted, .$30 Suit for Vfa 0"

they did in pleasing language to the !
Since about third of life is in : delight of the others present. At the
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T your spent
conclusion of the banquet the party ; Drop in and look these Suits
over. <
; bed, why not have the bed comfortable; you ;I returned to castle hall where a ii ...
j get all that's good and comfortable in the i large throng of Pythians awaited them .
of the evening was ,...
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bed line here.
: at once proceeded with. .
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t Iron Beds' $2.50V$4, $5"'- and up to $25. ; orders"The of lodge Acting was opened Chancellor under Com-the Iii yrl Me11 ..,;. Watson Parker 6 Reese Company 'it1

j i[ Springs, Woven Wire and Victor Spiral, $4.50. I mander proper arrangements C. F. Ordway were and completed after. the M flee SCBLOSS a.t1.0. Meken.. --

o Felt Mattresses $6.50 to $15. the acting grand master at arms was : esNleen. ail.. New l' "Everything to Wear. .

r : admitted and announced that the # 7fkYaK4F###H 'dtFat# ? $' #'$### lf ifF"r Rx';F"','-.
Pillows ### 3f?; tF
Feather $2 $3 $3.50 and $5. >1 .
grand chancellor of the grand domain I tE -J ## j NY Y l7K-:\E&= % JK##j&J&f&( of Florida was present and desired # $'$ HG# # H # $ i #. ;\#:#?:: ,# 1f#tr n F fYdEfE.: .'.. :'
I BUY USEFUL CHRISTMAS GIFTS. i admittance for the purpose of payinga --
fraternal visit. The grand chan-
ii cellor and his suite were then admit- MOTOR LAUNCH UP-TO-DATE
: i INJURED IN
ted and presented to the lodge receiving ,
MARSTON A the grand honors due them. ei' BOOKS

i QUINA i This impressive ceremony"'was, a the most approach beautifuland of FOOTBALL GAME IS LIBELEDA. { HOLIDAY

108x110 S. Palafox Si. Phone 149. Pensacola, Fla.Glean the grand chancellor to the castle hall
by stage by
being announced stage I
New Fiction-Publisher' t' "
i...................................................: the bugle calls, while a guard from RAYMOND WHITE HAD COLLARBONE G. RIERA BRINGS ACTION volumn, my price |1:30. pn ;
the uniform rank was established t GIFTSFOR
Carolina Lillian ,
Lee-By Bell la
about the portals, afterwards receive BRQKEN IN THE GAME AGAINST THE FLORIDA FOR this book the heroine undertakes on.ll. '.
one of the requirements of life guests and escorting J
the distinguished *
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I Clothes I will always be clean if you them into the castle hall and I AT MOBILE :: COLLIDING WITH GEM.A. SINGLE AND MARRIED MEN. storation the New of her South ancestral is well southernand portturCarolina -

them to assisting in the grand honors being r. Fancy, Silk Vests Reefer New and Style Mufflers.of Silk Tra\elmg Umbrellas becomes a Christian Sand ,
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The New Method Laundry given him. Raymond White, whose home Is at 'Suit Cases and Bags. Initial Handker the reader will learn a grc .i
PHONE 1186 E. W. LAWRENCE. Prop. Wer.Method Laundry BHg. W. R3NUU 3,1 "Immediately after the grand chancellor Warrington, and who was a memberof G. Riera owner of the motor chiefs. Individual and Iota Boxes of others.of Neckwear and 'about this subjert.
AGENTS WANTED. had received the emblem of the High School\ team-whIChp1 .yet ,launch Gem, yesterday through his Suspenders Agent for the Celebrated ,Hawes $3 I The Leader-The, new book by V.*.'
authority from the lodge and had In Mobile Saftirdby! igaifcst the-Mobile !:attorneys, Blount & Bloufil: brought Dillon-,author of the popular no.LT.; -
seated his suite, he returned the emblem Military Institute, had his collar bone Belle of Old St. Louis and In Old BIn .
.++....................f............................. to the acting chancellor com- broken during the game in that city. I a libel suit.against, the motor launch Hats.STONE some of the Southern Cities this boon
T mander, after which'a beautiful and The members of the Pensacola team Florida; The libel was filed In the has already become one of the six first
touching memorial service in honorof returned home Sunday afternoon and United States court, and asks that a THE HABERDASHER. sellers."
: A Gift for Wife or Mother i C. E. Worth was held, the oration young White returned with them, and I suitable sum be allowed for damages 222 South Palafox ,Street Max Fargus-The new book to\. , being delivered In a most eloquentand Is,now at his home,:at Warrington, which the Gem suffered by reason' ,of Johnson. It Is a story of New V>rk ;,
impressive. manner by Hon. H. S. where If was reported last night that I I being run Into by the Florida. Telephone! 1481. in the 70'e, and full of dramatic ,nt'tst
1 | Anything that will reduce labor.in the house i Phillips."At he was suffering a little pain from the The papers resite that while the : Its principal characters are shjr-' the conclusion of this servicethe Injury but that he would soon be !out Gem was moored alongside of her yers and black-mailers a er :e
1 will be welcomed and appreciated more than : lodge then proceeded with the and that the Injury is. In no way:seriI I wharf' In the rear of the Bar Pilots KNOWLES BROS.: 1 actress and "Max. Fargus, tht I' */t.r
J anything you can give. Let the gift be regular work of the evening two candidates ous.The office she was collided with by the I :Insurance. .House ManLittle /*
I i being present to receive the accident occurred a minute after I Florida and the former suffered damage White Bird-By J. :M: Barn. T.
rank of page. This work was donein play had started and at a time I to the extent of having one side FIRE, LIFE ACCIDENT, MARINE book from which "Peter Pan" wa. .,.i
i assisted by the tackle. which she o.nera1 ,Agents of "Do believe in Fairies If ,"<, w
A GAS RANGE i the amplified form when White;was: making a store In on account of you
uniform rank the entire team of I I leaked badly, water pouring In rapidly or do not you should read this b.oOk.
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i ii more than thirty taking part in the New Suit Filed. until the Injury was repaired and The EquitableLIFE
l' It is actually less expense to the economical ceremony under the direction of Col. The following new suits were filed further that It was through the negligence ASSURANCE, SOCIETY OF NEW
Past Chancellor D. H. yesterday In the office of the clerk of, of the Florida I
user than wood or coal. $13 all one costs. A. K Bush I of those In charge YORK.
i Summer officiating in the chancellor the circuit court: I that the collision occurred.IREPRLSLNTATIVL. JOJ South Palafox Strtet HARRY T. HOWLAND,
commander's role during this cere- First National Bank vs. Samuel I
i many while Deputy Grand Chancellor Rushing, damages, I$2,4bO; Blount &I Manager'De Luna Book Store
I Pensacola Gas Company i Hawk occupied the chair as chan- Blount attorneys for plaintiffs.
cellor commander during the conferring First National Bank TS. Samuel II Ds Luna St. Phone 1491
i Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. ;: of the rank. Rushing and Marioa Clutter, dam

.. ................. .......... ............ "This work included the entire am- ages plaintiffs.$30Q; Blount &..Blount f attorneysfor IN TOWN
plified form while the lectures were '
i = -- given with living pictures somethingnever Mamie Newman vs.! .Samuel New. ChristmasBOX
before attempted by the lodges; nan-bill for divorce; C..H. Alston, attorney I

of this city, but which proved to be : for plaintiff., -1! DR. A. B. HENDERSON, WILL BE IN
the most beautiful and impressivescenes Martha Hays'vs.. George. : Hays bill ......_::11I
l ever witnessed in the castle for divorce; C. H. Alston, .attorney PENSACOLA TO-DAY IN INTEREST .

t Remember the Hat Make hall upon making the Pythians a deep present Impression and both the -for plaintiff.- OF: A. K. HAWKES.Dr. -4 PAPERS,

candidates as they proceeded BOOKS
through the mysteries of this rank. ,
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Poorly digested
"Grand Chancellor Horsier declared ..smTfMS A. B. Henderson representing A.
that the work put on the floor last I ed food keeps K. Hawkes, of Atlanta Is In the citytoday 6 CARDS.
or Mars the Appearance night by the Pythians of this city iyou In a .rundown and will only be here to-day.
was fully as good as the work pre condition. He may be found while here at CALENDARS,
sented at New Orleans during the a The Bitters will Hooton's Pharmacy.
I session of, the supreme lodge and aid Those having troubles with their PICTURES,
t digestion I
that it compared well with work done eyes or their glasses will have to see and
of Atlanta which and thus cure will and and thousands of pretty :
by the crack team him today. He prescribe
; If get it here team has a reputation extending over 1. IndigestionDyspepsia also fit glasses and is equipped with t,. :
you your appear- useful gifts of description. :
many states. Grand Chancellor Horsier -1 I anA assortment. covering all possible every
declared that he had never received need. '
ance will be all right. Experience Cottlvtnets
such a warm Pythian receptionand 1 I Dr. Henderson is an experienced .*
has the entertainment, and that he was Biliousness oculist, having been engaged in this WING'HOP:&,CO. .
r taught us just par- I so profoundly Impressed with it he Chit's! Colds business for the past 14 years. He is I Importers and ,Dealers In
could not find words In which to express SITTERS or Female Ills. one .of the best specialists with A. K.',
ticular style each'man requires. his appreciation of it. Hawkes, and it is already known that Chinese and Japanese Fancy
I "The attendance was large the castle this firm employs the best men ob Goods. Gem Book Store
I hall ,being comfortably filled with tainable. 4Everybody Embroidered Canton Crepe Shawls
r Pythians, many of them visitors from knows what Hawkes' Handkerchiefs, lv ry, Chlnaware.
i other, lodges and the entire evening I glasses are and Hooton's pharmacy Toys, Firework silks and Linen.Embrold.ry .
Soft Stiff C. R. Johnson Prop.
Stetson
i or $3.50 !\' was a most pleasant and delightful Christmas has had quite a run on them since the yard.Fine Goods 'Dress* Goods by ,
'one. .
: securing the agency.Dr
Ptone 230.
Ii s "Grand Chancellor Horsier remained Table LinenLaundered I Henderson arrived yesterdayand Imported Teas, Etc.
i in the city until 3:30 this afternoon on account of a rush,of business 31 S. Palates Street Pensacola, Florida. -------
Others 1.00 'up.i f when he left for Largo make elsewhere will not be able to remainin
: ing an official visit to the lodge at Pensacola longer than,one day.ANOTHERKILLED Just Received. "
i that place and returning to this city : Imported Macaroni. Sweet OiL C.:.,a
I tomorrow. Grand Chancellor Horsier On the day of ,all days, rill Pickles sauer Kraut Mac Oni-fe,:" r .1ft_.
BY Fish Pigs Feet. Spanish
I Give a hat, pair of shoes'or suit has so far made thirty-one official and for the Christmas r" The-man who Bread. French Nary Bread.< mss. f
his incumbency of the CAR fresh and new.
visits during HOODOO
t i of clothes Christmas gift. chair and will make many more be- dinner, the table linens 'r7 believes in a clean Witch Hazel $1.00 per taHon.

I fore the close of nis term of office. should be spotlesslyclean By Associated Press. I Marine Grocery Company-
j Chattanooga Tena. Dec. 17.:-lathe collar ALL THE V. J. VIDAL. Manage*
and snowy white. suburb of Rldgedale-this morning
DEATH OF AN INFANT I
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YESTERDAY MORNING Better let us do yours. Thomas W. Rat lston was run over TIME is' 'the nan> who CANEr
I and, car'No.. the
killed 'by 322 on

: H. O. ANSON I Etheridge Northsworthy,six months The Steam railway system. The car has figured insists on having'. _
Star I -
of age. son of )I. H. Northsworthy la several,accidents as No. 39 and a 1: .
passed away yesterday morning change -number to 322 failed to "LION"" BRAND. r .j CUBESALL
a CASH CHOTHIER. at the home of his father, .No. Laundry break the hoodoo. Danlstoa who was i ACHES
"' .short .. deaf and dam, left a wife and three I
;;1 1403 North Davis street after & 37 E. Garden 8*: Phon..U4 ..
Palafox and Main. Illness. Death occurred-at 9 o'clock. children, all of whom are deaf mutesJ IB CwOs Each AI All Aad NoII.llr
: The remains will be: shipped this Penucoli.,,Fla. The mortorman was one of his beet' 2 i.r25 Costs 800/ BMOgs.rv. trial ted*&k 1ita;
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burial. friends. I
morning to Milton for
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