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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 23, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
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\ :. IX NO. 302. PENSACOLA FLORIDA. SUNDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 23. 1908. PRICE 5 CENTS" 1 .1 ;

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COUNT ALEXIS MURDERED !. FIREWORKS ORDINANCE isr

RACE RIOTS FEARtO C CAPT. MACKLINWILLRECOVER

DURING THE HOLIDAYS .


IN THE HALL OF NOBLES ... By IN Associated CITY-i OF ATLANTA Press. .*. SUSPENDED_ FOR CHRISTMAS. 1 : '


Atlanta Dec Following + unnnn.
the posting of' notices on the 4 '
4 streets last night calling the Mayor Issues Proclamation, 4 :

Shot: Down by Unidentified Prelate Strongly Opposed 4 "K. K. K." to meet at nine 4 COMMISSiONERS[ '
o'clock this evening with guns Allowing Discharge of ".

Man Who Fired Six'Bullets etc, Mayor Woodward today His Assailant 'is Still at '
By the French Government offered a reward, of two hun Crackers of Certain 4

Into Him. dred dollars for evidence to Large and the Hunt, is \.. '
f convict the persons posting 4 '\ IN SPECIAL Size.

such notices or In.any way Inciting 4 Being Continued. -i'
to riot during the holi- .
Assassin Then Attempted to days. One' hundred extra po- *

Icemen I have been sworji in Use of Fire Arms, Torpedo.
r SHOOTING NOT BELIEVED TO, BE .,
Commit Suicide, B t" for the holiday season to prevent SESSION .

a posisble repetition: IN REVENGE FOR ,MACKLIN'S Canes and Large Crackers '.
I Was Prevented. of the September race riJts. *
+ TESTIMONY REGARDING THE Is Prohibited. .: A
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BROWNSVILLE AFFAIR CONDUCT Much ,Discussion Over Bill
ONE OF THE MOST PROMINENTOF

OF NEGRO RE.GIMENT'TO BIG CROWDS SHOPPERS WERB ,
RUSSIAN OFFICIALS AND for Painting the CourtHouse '

HREMEN1LLSTRIKETODAY; BE FURTHER INVESTIGATED. ON THE STREETS YESTERDAY :J I
ACTIVE COADJUTER OF 'LATE '
'Paid.
Rv Associated Press. But Ii: Is '
AFTERNOON AND THE CHRIST. .. 3
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GENERAL TREPOFF IN HIS RE. El Reno, Okla.. Dec. %%.That Captain !
Macklin will recover was an- MAS WAS IN EVIDENCE '
SPIRIT
PRESSIVE POLICY THE VICTIMOF S nounced physicians lonighL.His I' The' County Commissioners met in '

A TERRORIST.By assailant Is still at large and thehuntIs special session last night with Chairman ON EVERY HAND.Proclamation .
being continued.The I Avery and Commissioners Sen-
captain, will not talk' but that 1!nott, Stewart. Wiggins and Andrews

Associated Press.! 'll H the shooting,was in'revenge for Mackha's r present. ................. .
I testimony in the Twentyfifthnegro -The first question'taken up by the .
!'wr Russia, Dec. ::Count Alexis 1 .
Three Thousand Men the is' not' believedfor I
on regiment case board the of the insol
approving
,. !I was/ ,., by Ma"Or.
IL-MTI, ff was assassinated to-day ini 4 '
: :So that .he did not place
the reason :
vencylists'filed by the county tax assessor. '
i H.s'.l:'!! of Nobles by; an unidentified j I shooting members' of ,4 Bliss: By the authority in me '
Southern Pacific Lines I the blame' for on After going over the matter
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i, n who. ufur firing six bullets into the Possibly the motive 4 Vested: I hereby give permis-
Pt company. thoroughly and securing the opinion .. eion all to shoot -
to
l.i-. victim! tried to commit suicide but vUv I i parties
Will Be AffectedBy was robbery or petty revenge. _. of the county '!attorney- on various -
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as s.izeJ and is now in custody. Iji : fireworks, beginning Monday. ',
Count l teiw'tpff: wag a member of the 1 4)9 To Investigate Further. points connected with'these lists the .: December 24. 1306 and contin- <
ttif He Instru- ill4. '- Dec. 22.-After a con board passed a motion approvingthem. .' sing until midnight Tuesday .
<'(r.ind) of : empire. was 1 4 .4t Associated Press. "Washington .' '
T.! R'.1,} in injuring,: the emperorto pro- wt iiiejP' ;; Houston Dec. 22.-As the result of. ference with the presldentto-day William -I of 'the'- finance committee5 .I,. January 1, 1907. The use of ...
rl.T! thfii>i Russian parliament 1" a vote just taken the Brotherhood of, D., Purdy, assistant attorney I The' report clerk''an'd' all the torpedo canes and fire arms Is .. '
;,n-I ;!ii\'w.,7.'i j large power for, that Locomotive Firemen "will to-morrow central was eiven leave-to investigate was read'by the : .., prohibited; also fire crackers .'
I",'I \1\ 'he Moscow revolt he 4ii j night withdraw from the service of at Brownsville and elsewhere the items: on this report"were approvedwith bill for more than one-half inc in di- ,
("''.-me'i' : i ;N policy and became the ant r the Southern Pacific's Atlantic System -' case of shooting by members of the I I the' .exception 'of house.the The' .. ameter and three inches in .

t N'';, itor of the late General which includes the main line Twenty-fifth, neera regiment who 1.painting, the-court statement contractor length. Given under my hand i
T- !t'o-1 ,!n i ,'romoting the repressive 0 A. rkb$ and branches between: this city and later were ordered discharged by the 1 was" called member on for of a the board and seal this 22nd day of November 4 1 ',
.. sect nearly
r f' :: f.' t caused the down fall oiii'ti ti New Orleans. The-trouble is over a president .1 made'a long every'talk onthe matter. 4- 1G. :'
r-; u irte and involved the assas- : disputed question- regarding the 4- F '
M'>n of Trepoff last September. j method of handlInggrtevances. Four Chairman Avery was of the opinion I............ .... 4 "J\
that, the bill was. too high and other :. :
Ti:, assassination is believed to be hundred, men ate: .involved.. SHOOTING AFFRAY ,
of the I
opin
commissioners
" ...."oiliof a terrorist conspiracy. I 'were same | The above proclamation was Issued .1-
Ultimatum ,to' Hrriman. ion. Commissioner>Sennott made an yesterday afternoon' by Mayor Bliss: :. ; :
Peoria, Dec. 22.--Grand Master NEAR EUFAILA: extended talk in favorof the paying of It means taking off the lid" to a ..' ,
BIG ORDER FOR Hannahan 'of the Brotherhood of the bill,.and then the contractor was certain extent during the holiday sea. \:. '"-,
Locomotive Firemer tonight issuedan called on again. After several hours son, but that extent does not mean the :: ,
ultimatum to President Harriman, By Associated Press. discussion the matter was finally set,discharge upon the streets of cannon -i :;
ROLLING STOCK of the Southern Pacific, notifying him Eufaula, Ala.; Dec; 22. Raburn tled .by'the board allowing the claim.' crackers, bombs and other noise pro- :L ,

that a strike was ordered ,tomorrow.He Shannon and Albert Norton, Jr., The.matter of refunding of the ducers which deafen persons who ..._ l
says that eighty-five percent of quarreled at .a party last night exchanging money being held by the county from may be near, and serve to make fran ...
I the switch engineers on the road are several shots. Shannon is the fees due Constable Chas. P. Bobe tic animals attached. to buggies and ; ':
ATLANTIC COAST LINE WILLSPEI'D members ot the brotherhood; that reported dead to-night while Norton I was, on motion referred to Clerk Mc- other vehicles. The proclamation :
PAPAL SECRETARY MERRY DE VAL i they will not allow him'to force thebrotherhood's and Jim Shannon who was accident I i Millan. Attorney Reese, and Commissioner -suspends for the above period the lawmaking ]-
MILLIONS IN BETTER. t ,affairs to be dominatedby ally shot during the quarrel.- are'in a Stuart to report" on at the it unlawful to discharge fireworks ', I j
By Associated Press. useless if Papal Secretary Merry de others, and that, finally a total of critical condition. It is reported- that next meeting; Mr. Bobe claims that, in the city, and this is doa .f."f
MENT OF THE SERVICE. Rome, Dec. 22.-Following the re- Val was retained comes a semi-offi--,nearly three thousand men will be the men were drinking. The affair I he is not due the county the amount i that the young people of the city may 'dr; 1
port that all attempts to reach an j cial announcement that the pope has. .effected by the strike occurred at a'party twelve miles south which the *auditor checked him short. enjoy. themselves to the fullest ex ,. I

I understanding! France would! be no intention making, t ..'h..ng : '11iCITIZE f tbii {'it\ H_!. claim thats.Tin. t"i.papers lIe ct w'ttiout cadaerIng ihs llwferf '';:',v..
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By Associated Prt' s \ t I mselves > well as others.
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.imington. Dec. 22.-The Atlantic -- -- -- illegal, that he Lad he\ tl&:;.'..- i.&l ,ir. :
S TAKE A3 usual there will be complaints ;
C Line railroad announces that COMBINATION the matter and that if re had refused '
Powerful BIG regarding the discharge of fire crack- i,
Russian Syndicate / to serve them be acId have bern
: ';i have been placed for the de- em which will be said to be larger
of one hundred locomotives. COAL BY FORCE subject to contempt; that when he
than allowed by'the proclamation and ,
", ;iwo hundred and fifty freight OF COTTON MILLSBy took his oath of office he swore to discharge .
Will" Fight Standard Oil Co. the police officers will possibly be
!! rifty passenger cars. the total his duties to the best of his censured for allowing the discharge ',
and that of the duties oi
; amounting to approximatelymillion I Ev Associated--Press. ability one
Berwick N. D. Dec. 22.-Citizens of crackers which go off with a sound
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,> dollars. Also that orders I Assorlated Press. that office was to serve all processissuing but f '
twelve-inch ,
thirty-six thousand tons (three Special to The Journal. Additional wells are to bs purchasedin and farmers today held up a train New Orleans, Dec Z2.-'fhe largest from:: the Justice of the peace resembling a gun
Dec. 22.! A fields and confiscated ten tons of coal. west of f those who are inclined to censure an
Odessa powerful syndi- the adjoining the Baku district combination of cotton mills court.
.snared miles) of rails have been
':Jard.On cate backed by the Deutsch Bank and I and the output pf the petroleum Bankers, barbers and all classes were Atlanta, was accomplished todaywhen 'The board adopted the plans of the officer along these lines should take -
previous orders there still Mondelssohn & Co., the great financiers district is being constantly increased Inv lved. The coal was weighed and the Lane-Maginnis' Company Southern Construction Comnany for a into consideration the fact that It is ''

!:>. twenty locomotive and are three is being formed to fight 'the I in order to effectually displace the, charged to each recipient who will bought an, Interest in the Wesson steel brldee over Little Bayou and a pretty hard matter for a polIce- I
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excludeits the railroad later.ARRESIED New will for bids for this work man or anyone else, for that matter -'
1 !sand freight cars. I Standard Oil Company and to Standard Oil Company.One ;pay Miss., mills formerly held by the advertise
: products from the European mar account has it that the Standard Mississippi Mills Company. The total in accordance with these plans and to swear to the length and diameter ,
Alter January 1 five new operating of big fire cracker after it has exploded '
a ,
people have had a number ol capital will be two millions an specifications. .
ms will be created reducing the I FOREMBIZZLEMENT
kets.Members
1 ...-aw of the present divisions in I of the French and English men in this district recently to buy r I increase of four hundred thousand,, It was after 11 o'clock' when ,the and is shattered into a thous- '' I
1 Rothschild houses as well as up a number of oil wells but up to and the ,total capacity will be one board adjourned. and pieces.
hope of increasing the efficiency i if I
at- service. Messrs. Hobel are said to be interested the present time they have utterly I hundred and ten thousand spindlesand ,Many Shoppers Were Out. ..
'I in the scheme. failed in their efforts. thirty-three hundred looms. Many stoppers were on the streets -
and ln the'stores yesterday afternoonand

Press. until .a late hour last night.
STATE MAY IMPORT10RIGN. Vicksburg By, Dec.Associated 22.J.. Clements, THEATRES MAY BE 6O1'RI 8ROWARO Stores and shops were crowded with, '

ALDERMAN D'ALCMBERTEASKS cashier of the Wisconsin Land and those purchasing gifts for relatives -

Lumber Co.. of Hermanville Mfch.. and friends, and salesmen were busy I
LABOR was arrested here today charged with CLOSED SUNDAYSBy throughout the day. A general feel- :
the embezzlement of ten thousand ing of friendliness to all seemed to : I
FOR_ NEW TRAIL dollars from the company. Clements RETURNS prevail during the afternoon and the "_

By Associated Pres. admits his identity but claims mental Associated Press. countenances of the shoppers showed
ashington, Dec. 22.-Replying' to _..uuuuu.uUuuuuuu ....._ and anticipation of further _
irresponsibility and says that he has New York, Dec. 22.-At the instiga pleasure .
> request of the state of' Georgia in''I The grounds given are that the mailed checks to cover the shortage. tion of the Actors Church Alliance good times within the next few daft! .r

an opinion as to whether the peo- Motion Filed Yesterday court erred in Instructing the Juryto the city to-day decided to apply to the The Christmas spirit was evident ':-;
or that state would be warrant- return .a verdict in favor of the civil courts to close the theatres on HOMESpent and there .were few, if any, who dii .-
1 under the federal law of import- the Circuit Court Asking relators. SIGMA ALPHA Sundays. Manager Blumenthal gave not exhibit that spirit plainly. While :

: foreign labor. Secretary Straus i The paper, requesting a new trial bail in the city court to-day for trial the crowds were large in the after 'i,
'the department of commerce and for Same. was filed after court had adjournedfor CONVENTION on the specific charge of permitting noon they were composed mostly o It{ ,' :
or cites in reply his decision incase the dancing on the stage at the West ladies and children, but later in tM ;
and
holidays,
consequently no
of South Carolina and says decision by Judge Carter will be rendered End Theatre last Snday. Yesterday in Pens evening men predominated and kept :
' covers the requirements of the By Associated: Press. tired clerks busy.Saturday ,'..1'
,eurgia inquiry until court re-convenes January Atlanta, Dec. 22.-The fiftieth anniversary .
exhaustively. before Christina[
_.. GROUND IS TAKEN THAT THE 7. -Judge Carter has left for his homein and annual convention of the cola, Departing at 5O'Clock night ;.l '
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JUSTICE' : hARLAN'SGOLDENWEDDING Is always a busy one, and last.nighS $! (
Marianna for the holidays and con- fraternitywill
Sigma Alpha Epsilon college .
CONNAUCHT'TOVISIT COURT ERRED IN INSTRUCT.' in was BO exception. In fact many tx r r
sequently will not pass upon the motion -i be held here beginning next Wed- the
the merchants reportedbusiness as i
ING THE JURY ,TO 'FIND FOR until he returns' and opens court i nesday. Eight hundred delegates are i :[good or better than last year, andanticipate ; 1":
two weeks hence. '
BURMA expected as well as prominent speakers Afternoon. another rush Monday.
THE RELATOR, ANu THAT The case of Alderman D'Alembertewas i members of the fraternity from /"J' f
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heard last week in the court New York, Chicago and other parts of By Associated Press.' tj
Associate
Calcutta Dt>& 22.-It is officially CASE SHOULD BE RE-OPENED. upon quo warranto.or ouster proceedIngs I the country. The convention lasts till Washington, Dee. 22.- B. Broward, who !
Justice. Harlan of the Federal Supreme Gov. Napoleon WEATHER '
unced that the Duke: of Con. and some twenty-three witnesseswere I Saturday. and Mrs. Harlan this reached Pensacola Friday night on a
:;" :nr will visit Burma this winter, Alderman A. H. D'Alemberte heard. When the testimony and Court li J,;
business visit left yesterday
through his attorneys, Blount &: arguments were concluded Judge Car- afternoon from four to seven celebrated short I
flat he will be in Rangoon from
5 o'clock for Tallahassee. MUCIICOLDR :
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I their golden wedding. The president afternoon at
fiddle of February to March 2. Iflount yesterday filed 'a motion in ter instructed the jury to return a CLEARED THE WAY
chief justice and as- The visit of the governor was upon
diplomats,
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Royal lUshness will arrive tn'a' the circuit court fur a new trial in verdict in favor of the relators. In 1
sociates and a'greater part of offi- private business but those of his _
on March 5, and will the case wherein he was ousted from doing so he stated that it was within -'
I. >n March 13 by sea for Colombo. office upon quo warranto proceedings the purisdiction of the court to instruct I FOR SON'SESCAPE ciay Washington paid respects. friends seeing him who greeted had an him opportunity most cordially of- FALL IN, TEMPERATURE _}' II.RAPID II.:

1' 'uke has received several other instituted by citizens;; of precinct No. the jury as to the verdict, and and regretted that his stay in the 1
1tv'! ions to visit 'other parts of I!, which precinct he :represents as in a case of this nature he' had exercised By Associated Press. i A THREATENED city was not of longer duration. DURING THE NIGHT AND I :

:; \but he has DO time to accept alderman the City Council. this privilege. I Mount Olive, Miss; Dec. 22.After MORNING. -
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shooting to dtath Town Marshal -.
\rnir of Afghanistan's tour has Buchanan while attempting the arrest STRIKE AVERTED FIFTY ARREST '
.>xt< n'lpd and now includes a of Wheeling King to-ady. King's Much colder weather prevails thin l I ,}t
r.; 'j <> Calcutta and a visit to LaMG GENERAL W. P. DUVALL father and brothers opened a fusil- morning than yesterday or the day ;. f. (

:r Hade with guns and for ten minutes By Associated Pr.... WERE MADEBY previous. In fa- the temperature today '< ;
clear, allowing the threatened is about'as low as it has been i I
kept Jiie streets I New York Dec %!":"A
BUSH FIRES I VISITED FT. BARRANCAS murder to escape. strike of the yardmen on all railroads this season and the prospects are that a.
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centering here was averted tonightat cool weather will continue to be the <-;J'order '
IN AUSTRALIA : '-'----- I the conclusion of a conference, between THE POLICE DURING YESTER for several days. ;: .
1---- but not by General DuvalL The officials and employees' representatives. The fall of the thermometer during .,-;.t ::
.; Srs'Ml*'. Dec.I to:!2.-For The Journal.many days Fort Barrancas on the army steamer judge advocate of the departmentof The terms are withheld, DAY AND LAST NIGHT. the early portion of last night was "' _

.I.. >tv bush fires have been Accompanied by Capt. Dan- Poe where the day was spentIt the gulf is In the city and Is en- except'that there Js.sald to be an ad- very rapid and shortly after 1 o'clock : .,

'ft ,'ie \\ester part of New was the general impression that deavQring to obtain all the reliable vance of four cents an hour. ..1t had gone as low as 36 degrees, according : 1
S, \'nh l" One of them is dt>8tt nelly, His Aide Re- General Duvall was here for the purpose Information possible relating to the I Fifty arrest;were made by the police I to a thermometer located In ,I :.
iswall rf llvlne flame sev- of making a. further investigation occurrence and the trouble that preceded EDDIE HANLON of the city yesterday and last ''an exposed place. The afternoon (>t : "

... '<-et ;h.. hejeht and thirty miles turned to Atlanta into the charge that soldiers stationed It. AGAIN RETIRES night, and the station house officials i yesterday was very pleasant and the J;
T1,.. .. tvtve been many excit- at the post were the ones who The statement was made yester- were kept busy taking care of the I change was not noticeable until late i 1
Conductor McXair of the afternoon. however by parties I. the day. r I :
fired at arrived
day prisoners as1 they at the jaiL Iln
ITtlt'H'h live stock to escaper Last Night. the visit of the Special to The-JournaLPhiladelphia. '
that
-' ihou-'h 'dummy last week as the train was from the fort Following This number Included arrests made I' tI
\ many of the cattle ) Pa- Dec. 22.- MARRIED "
aide at this time was TURKEYS FOR :
returning from a late trip to the'post general and his to 1:3U o'clock this morning, and '
tart lost and Tommy
'ep been connection and was simply ,the example'of ..Jeffries tip WHITE HOUSE EMPLOYEES :
General W.' P. ntiii: commanderof Colonel Stewart, the commanding not in this Edia Tanlon has retired will probably be increased to a con- j.

\EW ENGLAN-O- SOCIETY the_ department of the gulf, with officer of the post had already reported an Inspection the trip commander, but that of it was the I.from Ryan the ring This Is. not the first siderable extent before 6 o'clock. I By Associated Pre**. 4 1 f

BANQUET AT CHARLESTON headquarters in Atlanta, was a visitor the flatter to the department com possible that have spoken to I time EddIe has bowed himself out The majority of the arrests were \7ashlngton.' Dec. 22.-Following an i
at Fort Bararneas yesterday. He was mander and the latter In turn -senta department might re-appeared, and, Txali&eJeffries for being drunk. using obscene lan- old custom, an the married employees ; ';
the then
matter and ;
By A further on
C "ociat d Press. to Secretary Root In whichhe Colonel Stewart twelve of the White' House to-day received it ,
I A ston.; Dec :!.-At. the etehty-accompanied by Capt.- E.: T. Dannelly report and Ryan he has no title to guage and fighting, while
L a '",)T1 annual banquet of the .XewJm ; his aide. The two "prominent army stated that there was no founda- ., Duvall and his aide' returned bequeath The beating Dick Hyland were captured in the raid of a place Christmas turkeys, which were presented t f
Society to-nisht Francis officers arrived in the city early in tion for the charge.Notwithstanding : General city late last night and left gave Hanlon strengthened him It. his alleged to, be kept for gambling by I with the compliments of the !
the
v", and stopped for only a'I these reports a to I jnegroes., president.'S f.I,
0 'assitcr- Virginia responded the forenoon ; the 11:05 train for Atlanta. resolve to quit the tics., ,
I;*the toast "Forefathers Day." I I short time before they 'proceeded to further investigation is being made. on ... !!


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\ Names !''cAPt; G.C !i I, DyspepsiaDon't > : : MAY H HAYE E :: : I


; EITZEN1 think yon Can care year dyspepsia| BEENf q : l

'In'my other: way thin, b_ y strengthening

'- f and toning your( stomach.. r WM. JOHNSON $ SON
Etched

fNOW IN 'NEW I I Its That function it weak,,probably and incapable,because
imposed upon it In one way or another over

and over again.t "I
Free BIG UP-TOWN STORE fi
.1 I t You honld take ,

ORLEANS GARROTE .

;f ..,--) '\" ... Hood'sSarsaparilla I It New Brent Building i .9-11 S. Pakfox 'St H

On .. / It strengthens and tones the stomach i

:: ,.- .. t and permanently cores: dyspepsia and all .*: H

stomach troubles .Accept no substitute j j Another DAY-BEFORE.-C'HaISTMA.S SELLING.
Regarding
Gives Interview Theory
i A II '.1 Interesting j I jl .4
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Regarding Shipping and I I I i.u"mmmll: n IIII. :1111I:1: :III:11111111I111:1: l Odd Find at Former < ,A few 'special i values gathered together for fast selling. All 8i


Burnt: Other Matters. I:N CAFE I IilNONPAREIL ;' Residence of In- i 3 : must be sold as we begin taking ,stock after,Christmas tt



Capt. Camllo Eitzen, who is veil I I I1ft tende' te. HH
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BROADCLOTH.
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Wood and known in this city, having recently ,
One of Pensacola's historic land
visited his relatives here is in'
now

I Xew Orleans. The Picayune of.that 81.2 S. Palates Street.. upstair I'marks dente ,during the residence the years of of the Spanish inten A full line of colors, 52 inches wide, worth $1.50 at $1.39, nand


leather ,city regarding recently\him contained: the following I :H K N: Open 7a.m.to9p.m. : (occupation torn down, by is no order more of the having board been of if $1.25.at $1 ; 56-inch Suiting, worth $1.25 at $1 ; 38- H

I works
Mr. Cam ]lo Eitzen, head of the ,, OUR SPECIALTIES: (, public on account of the dAm.i -
i j ?'*age it sustained during the September | inch Fancy Goods worth 60c and 65c. at 50. Nif
Goods Christiana In I Business Men's Dinner, 12 to i hurricane, and all that now re- : ,
I : :!: 5: 2-30. 50 cents. mains of the building is a portion of :N:
18 Theatre Parties, regular board-
Grunewald Hotel. lie is making a.j : ere and Meal Tickets. Un ,the massive foundation in the rear to ,'" N
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I business trip through the leading !!I I.H PHONE 1530. N ,i which, however, peculiar interest attaches FURS FURS FURS !II! \

Purchased ,ports of the gulf coast In the interest i tJ as it is believes by many _,

I of his firm, which has ten large 1 I place The in neatest town in cleanest which to and get your best I ; that it is to the death place were where executed.those condemned ij Wonderful values for the money at $1.25 $I.50 $2.00 ft

f steamers sailing in all parts of the |I m Come>als.U once, we win trust to The remaining portion of the foundation ,

From world. : you ttN consists of two heavy .
tome again. masonry
and
:: ( $3.50 $5.00 $8.00. : ii
An interesting feature in connection j: U arches supporting brick steps leadingup ]|
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with Mr. Eitzen's ships is "the fact UllIIlllllllll from the west side, in one of 1 f 22:
Mrs. BucknerAt that a number of them are engaged which, on the east side, is a hole

in transporting a great many tons of about eighteen inches in diameter, BLANKETS AND' COMFORTS.:: :Hg :

cotton oil cafe to points in Denmark, going clear through the wall, the ..
Bruce's a traffic which has increased to a MANY MARRIAGE lower portion of which is cut out in

years.large \extent during the past few neck such a of manner a person that whose it would head fit was the Plaid Blankets at $7.50 and $10.00 ;; a cheaper grade at H::


"Coton oil cake," said Mr. Eitzen thrust into the aperature. On either $1.50t $2 and $2.50. Comforts $10 $12 $J5
the : : : and H:
In last night "has proven a valuable side of the opening, at about the ; a
,

fodddr Denmark for, the from fattening where of they cattle are in LICENSESTwentyFour the center ground and, parallel are small to holes the ,surface about an of :I: : cheaper grade of Comforts at $1.50, $2 and $3.50. :H i

BrentBuilding. shipped in large numbers to- England inch in diameter, that evidently helda .

and other European countries.It bolt or screw of some kind. **
The theory baa been advanced that **
is a business which has increasedin
importance during the past five ISSUED the aperature was used during the
g Do Your Day-Be fore-Xmas Shopping H
yeors. and other parts of Europeare Spanish occupation, as a guillotine, .
also extensively engaged in the but this Is hardly possible for the ..
I trade. reason that the walk through whichit
at the BIG STORE and ::
Jewel Boxes "That recent 'disturbance in Cuba passes is too thick for a head to i

has done a great deal of damage to i Licenses Issued protrude on the outside even if a ..
forced into it dear to the '
culprit were Save
the shipping interests of the gulf. Money. n .
Our firm is one of many which has I During the Past i shoulders. Another thing against
Silk lined this theory Is the fact that the Span-

and had changed its regular on account shipments of the delayed rev Seven Days. I ish method of inflicting the death :::IIIIIIII::::: ::: : ::::::::::I::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.4.,,:

lution. penalty was by strangulation and not
This fact, in connection with i

75 cents. the winter season of the year, has decapitation.The '
i Spaniards had a very pleasing :
been
a great drawback to chartered
boats different Marriages were on the increase dur method of choking criminals and political '
making points in the II
Gulf of Mexico. ing the past week, and not a day offenders to death by means of Church ServicesMinisters 'i..1

Handkerchief "The Japanese victory over the passed.during the seven days concluding an ingenious contrivance known as :I

Russians has also resulted in being last night but that from one to 1 I the garrote, an arrangement consisting : : : =. :
detrimental four licenses were Issued from the office I of an iron collar which, after be-
: to the shipping interestsof
( of the county judge. The approach I ing fitted around the neck was tightened
foreigners in China and where
Boxes $1.25 of Christmas seemed to move. with a screw until life became
i are respectfully
i Norway had one hundred steamers I
many of those contemplating the matrimonial I extinct, and it is quite possible that ed to notify The Journal reqt1ellt-1 FROM
business
: doing before the she
war I venture to hasten and as a I the circular aperature in the wall any change In the order of
has less than fifty at
present at their respective churrhe
f and $1.50.Glove : "It appears to be the policy of the result twenty-four licenses were Issued contained a garrote. The small holes for this column should reach The I RY I
I by the county judge. in the side indicate that something Journal not later than C p. in. on
Japan to keep all other countries I
;[out of the roasting trade along !I This is about the record week in : was fastened there, and there is ,Saturday of each week. J II NEW ST STOREJ

!Chinese' territory They have comjinenced Pensacola, but it is not anticipated :;ample room for the strangling apparatus. I

Boxes, to nse many of their own that this reek will equal the num- y ',
ber who were made happy during the 1!j One strong argument against the The order of services at the various
ships in the earning of freight to
churches in :
and Pensacola]
''and fnini Chinese ports and are past seven days. presumption that the place in question be as follows:near : todaywill Autocrat Linen Paper in pretty boxes, 25c 35c:" 40t and. 50,centsT :
Of the twenty-four licenses issued I j I was used for executions is the _
S2.50. graudally ousting all foreign trading Eaton Harlbut Fine Correspondence Paper, put ul>> Christmas boxes, j
:''
thirteen white fact that it portion of the residence Catholic.St. .
were granted parties was a
craft from the waters of the western 75 cents up to $2.50. \
and eleven to colored. of the intendente. is hardily Michael Church During the winter :
Pacific 1 likely that a Spanish officer would months services will be as follows: i Two Fold LInen Tablets, the newest thing out at 1sc, 25c and 3S cents. .
i First Mass 7 a. m.; Children's Mass 9 a-
her ,
"Xoruay '
Dresser I depends more on ship-j l' '0- ,ie': 'C' '" .:dedicate a portio.. of his.residence to m.; High :Mass, 10:SO a. m.; Vespers. Christie' and Fisher" Pictures, all the rage In the east $1 each; set :
I ping than on any other line of busi- Rosary and Benediction, 4 p. m.; Baptisms of four for $3.50.
of criminals out
!the pitting 1
and this will when''tkit purpose .
LEAVES.
t ness appear true SAGE II at. p. m.
is known that in spite of her size of the way unless! perhaps it was a i>t. Joseph's Church-Low Mass and Instruction : Christmas Cards a beautiful assortment from the modest ones at S :
I ... JlIi j:Private killing plant established for 7 a. m.: Sunday School at J a. cents to the pretentious at 250. 1
Boxes, $5, $7: i she is the fourth country in the world j, \" [ m.Hlgh Mass and Instruction 10 a. m.; I s ones
in the shipping line. Naturally, as 1 solely! personal reasons. Vespers, Rosary and Benediction of the Ebony ;Toilet Sets, Oxydized liver trimmed, In handsome silk lined :
Norway sends most of her vessels Blessed Sacrament at 4 p m. Mass dur- I. case, $2.50. 1
1 t SAME VERDICT IN ing the week is at 7.30 1L m., except
Leather to other countries to secure business -*1 Event; Dec 22.-The week was Monday and Friday when it will be offer !i Gold Lacqured Toilet Set beautiful case, very handsome, $6.00. i
the attitude of the Japanese is .' THE SASSER TRIAL ed at 8 a. m.. During Advent Lent and j
in the The
'I warm and rainy start. the months of and Manicure Sets.In handsome leather ,
I f May October Holy cue and Just the article to give .
working a hardship on the of
: owners
:
: Norwegian- boats. j ji jj cold wave arrived, on Tuesday: ,?"Wed-i;r I Confessions Mass IB otrerfd'at in the 8 eveniaxs am.. :on before week dars.8ua-: I: to lady or entleman, $3,00 and $500. :

Hand Bags j i "The labor question which is nesday was too gloomy for discription'cold By Associated Press days Holy Days Of Obligation and First Gibson, Christie and Fisher '1907 Calendars, beauties, $3.00.

,.- I' cHug American' progress at bOtb-I' wintry and dary, the sun I j I Sylvania Ga* Dec 22.-A verdict Fridays Sundays from 4 at p.2 m.p. m.to or 9 p.by m.appoint-Baptisms I i' j i iMAURAi
'of recommendation to 1 1T
[is bans keenly felt in Xorwaj. ; scarcely showing its smothered face. guilty with mM -
:t {of the :roungmen of the country mercy was found today in the case of _
$1.25. I jccme I to America because of the I Thursday the wind lowered and the Sylvester Sasser, charged with the Universalist.. !STATIONERY i
First 1'niversalist Church. East Chase
clouds rolled back, presenting
a nor-
: murder of H. L. Parker two co. i
others years
J j success attained by who have I street. Sunday School at 10 a. m. Y. P.
i become wealthy in the timber and j mal Florida sky once more. Clear' ago. This is the second trial with I Ii C., U. at 6 p. m. '- .

Purses (:mining dl.trl'ts.ot. the .North. The i and warmer Frid r: .i the same 'verdict. Sentence of life Episcopal. 1+ '. 1.

: I: result is that there are only about Light frost Saturday*morning. imprisonment was immediately passed Christ Church-Rev. P., ILVhaley, D. It Phone 165 Government and Deluna Sts. :
on defendant.I D .ll<-ctor. Sunday School at 9:4? a. m.;
%.OO .OOO people left in and
,
Xorway
: I must compliment The Journal on i!t
Morning -
15 to 50Cents. ,-. __k' i': the forward movement' of 'the country J its original literature for the Christ; !!I -- - hL K&therine's service at Church.11. Cervantes andDavis I............NN4..........44...4..44....4..NN/
as blocked. l streets-Rev. Andrew T. .
"Xcrvay has many advantages'i was Edition., Its readers have all i' T. B.. rector. Sunday services 'rrand I I ----
,which !Ii i been treated to a pleasing holiday. 11 a. m.: Sunday School at 9 30 a.' ra.eeltdav tJ;m will b* administered to a number i i i
i( are overlooked by the young i, \\ services on Wednesday and I of those who were received
i:men who are anxious to come to'i'! present in this extra Journal of 4Si MODERN, Friday at 4 p. m. recent meeting. YOUD .people during meeting the ;i
I .America: Of course, the valley regions 'well stuffed pages. St John's Church Warnngton-Kev.I I 6.1) p. m. I Typewriters.
I A. T, Sharpe priest in charge. Services
East Hill Baptist Church, 11th
I I arc about the only sections i As Judge Laney has decided it isi;d: every Sunday at 4 p. m. and Chase street-Rev. J.V.. Senterfit.Avenue :
!where crops can be' raised but the : not always the million dollar gifts i| SOCIETY pastor. Sunday School at 11 a. m. I
i
Loving Cups, 'high prices being paid for labor, there j that are' welcomed with the highest Lutheran Chur h.Gt'rman' Preaching every second and fourth Sunday We offer the below
Lutheran
Church-Rev. J. F.
at 11 a. m. and 7:30
at prebeut surpass anything: in her i,, nppreciatiou. The sunshine in his W. Reinhardt. Sunday School at p. m. Prayer
pastor.
'I meeting every: Tuesday night at: 1:SO $100' MAKE TYPEWRITERS CHEAP
historj. lu business, manufacturing;j jand' i contribution for the Christmas Jour- DEMANDS 9 a. m.. German service 10::39: a. m. Knglish o'clock. f
.nal warmed hearts under these i service 7:SO pp. m. Simdar School Vest HU1 Baptist Church. West ,
otherwise our : ,i Jackson .
25 ; there are many i . .
J cents. j practice at 2 p m. Christmas day. German street-Rev. W. .Steam's Visible (new)
J Senterflt.
. ;chances! open for the young men toJ I i clouded skies. He brought to my ii nentac at Ita. m. ,, Sunday School at 10 a. m. Preaching pastor.; \\inams, (re-built) ....... .
: become j( memory these beautiful retrospective-i I Norwegian! Seamen's Churcb-Her. Jno. tint and third Inru independent, but they seem : THE BEST I every Sunday at 11 a. m. .
; Hei:a, pastor. Servics. 10:0 a. m.? Smith Premier No. 4 ..,.. .
and : .
r to get the fever which has brought: lines which hare never. appear la ]:I .00 p. m. I'rayer. meeting every,
I t Holy Communion. 7:30 p m.ll Scandinavians I Sunday; at 7 D. in- Remington No. 2 (re-built) "'
Cabins most of them to this hemisphere. : print i! cordially Invited.Presbyterian.. I East End Baptist Church. ISth avenue .
; 1|I Our country is becoming quite i I!-Hovr pleasing 'tis to lift the veil 'i --- and Garden street-Sunday school 19 a. Also' for ten days' delivery '
j popular for American tourists who 1 II Of present cares away, i '.' ro i New< Century For, K y-i l''r-1'8
I I First Presbyterian Cburt'Ia-Rev.- an wood \
or rites
make of
any type
i 15.25.35"\ !I I are more numerous each year. The ; And flash new' light on memories i! S. Siblcy, pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. i First Church"of.Christ. i machines ales for rent.
'mountain' scenery, the lakes and the'1 trail, I I! "Allan'sJanice.1! and 7:30 r>. m. Sunday School at 9:34 a. First Church of ChrleU Scientist: -S r- I
fishing are attracting people and It Is't Then gackward o'er it stray.: j m.Sunday Christian School Endeavor at the at Stoddart C:39 p.Avenue ra. vices at Sunday Pentacola Library at 11 a. at.every i, I

'probable that Norway is becoming Mission at :::0 p. m., C. F. Zrck. super I welcome. Strangers' are always,
ir Cents. : | look 'what has : i intendent. All are cordially ln\ited.
better known than ever before. The I As thus we on been I i
I We to half regain First Christian Church. PensacolaTypewriter
; English tourists were the first to ever I seem Church of Christ. I
''The pleasures which in youth we'reseen of Chris. Jackson and First Christian Church foE: Gregory
;visit the country, and were followedby : Cburch corner 'j street-fcunday School at tn. H. J.
!
1 Ak-anis 1Itrf'ets-Blble School at 9:45 a. m.
the Germans on account of tbe i .Iacke). uperint-ndent, Prayer meeting:
Water Color But ne'er see again." I Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7.34 p. m. by I I Wednesday at 7::50: p. ru. All are cordially Exchange,
i annual visits of the Emperor pf Cari 1T, T. Tracy. Prayer meeting WednNda11 I
Would that our whole lives could:j jj i I ''i at<0 p. m. AU are conttall) Iln\1tm.
i = : 29 E. Government St
t tniani.King, Haakon VIII has made himself 'I j be as .vividly re-produced as that re-:! Trade-Mark I Ij i !I* i I ...
Second Church of Christ-Scientist. >*:! ;
in The Journal of the first i
Views very ]popular ever since his succession -j'jTcho. I i ,. Second Churcb of Cnrlst. Scientist ;"i BOOK NOTICE._ .
Pensacola daily paper :with the elimination Sen'lcesery Sunday morning at 11 1 I
1 ( to the throne on account of j Is the | '
of those darks of trials I j ;o'clock; Wednesday evening at T.C < HICKS'CAPUDINE
days ,.,., .
.his democrac and his earnestness to and tribulations-the disaopomtmont i -o'clock. Reading room open daily from 19 I It.:-."....".';. ..(.,'r'r'. -'>"!> .. t.K"'-"''''_.'..'''''.''.>.0.. or
make a. good ruler for the people. a. m. to 3 p. m, where Christian dense ,
,
75 cents. I sad 'partings hunger aDd sufferings: PERFUME' -
For some time past he has been j i literature may be had. Room 4 Masonic : Davison'a Practical Zoology.
,
t" i which-niake many desert crossings inlife's Temple. .
\ studying beds on the country for: By Alvin Davibon.. M\Ph. D.. Pro-
hundreds of years back and will : continuous Journey. I Y. M. C. A. +i ir. I fessor'of Biology, in Lafayette Col- 4t 'e113 CURES
Prof. Allen gets back at us through.: that will meet this demand.j M. C. .A.-As..ciaU
<)n building open
Two Fine j soon be thoroughly in touch with i I lege. Cloth 12mo ACHES
(. 60 years to a great great "Gander'. (from J to < p. m Young Men Bibie Class 368 pages with ALL
every event of Norway's history He : pulling! I ,am glad that it is.among.the 1 4 p. m- Boy's' liible Class p. m. 'BtbleTeachers' I illustrations. ,Price $LOJ American And Wmro aa.e"
often remains up to the early! morning We want you to try it. I; Training; Class Thursday S p. Book Company, New York al'AJ4n&IIII'I
: "lost arts" and f
; came near m. Open daily from 9 a. TO. to lit p. m.
., BurntwoodClocks !!i hours pouring over volumes In' saying that I was sorry to have lived Visitors cordially: welcome. !I Cincinnati and Chicago. .- -
this connection. This Li I
an elementary text-book of
!' to heat the meaning of. a goose (gander : : Methoditt.Palafox and animals to be Uil
," !1 i "He is'Cry approachable, andiwhile i ) hanging bteh; i Street Methodist I the structure, life history, and relations -led I the =
such secured almowhpre.
': 'keeping his dignity as the head ; t ':31) J.Churchj. j of animals, and forming a course 8i: may be
i I often heard mother speak of picking Sunday School at a. nw The"
R j I of Norway. has endeared himself, to | the roose, and' I supoosed that See Miss Watson, 'ou rl]:dre_. "uperfnt(' dmt. Epwvrth League which may 4 be adapted for either a I book Is admirablyto such im
I at iORm- Itfcrm:: the pupil on
the people by the interest he has i I half whole
Ii i eander pulhncs were simply to pullthe ., Gad!'den Street Methodist Church-Kev. or ;year. The numerous the '.
i taken in everything In connection F..A. services at I' forms and phases of animal life have Ing topics among others. as .
ripe feathers from the old gan:i demonstrator. She will exi Rodent p < or Regular! 'I > <
i j j 11 : School ,dependence of specie", disease f-::=
7.30
: with tbeni" I a m and p m. Sunday been presented in a scientific !
i I -
yet
ders. r *:30 a. m., J. I;. Tiller, superintendent +meaning of the animal archirseen
: $5,00 each. Mr. Eitzen is a cousin of ChristianAmundsenn I' would. snot have 'been a high i plain this superiority.i Epworth:. League at '-30 p. m- simple and interesting manner. Directions -" side.STOCKHOLDERS'.
i ,,', on every
j I the man who distinguished strung gander of Ante-bellum days Powelton 1rcult-ReT. J. Breed- as to methods equipment _
( himself by J>ein the first I love, pastor. Get H. Hicks assistant. and 'collateral
I' ? tq for a whole an'mal kingdom First Sunday Powelton. 11 a. m. and 7 reading are followed bya MEETING
,make the trip through what is known 1: THOS. MCMILLAN i i! I 1'p. m. First Sunday Fine Forrest. 1:30 p. chapter on classification._ Then Notice Is hereby siren that th, 1('
)r, Balsam, as the Northwest Passage He has a ra Second Sunday. Muscogee. 11 aa.- m. typical forms of the various orders of holders of the Slakes Printing
: brother who is stopping in Pensacola and 7 p. m. Third 8UDda)'. Brent 11 a, invertebrates and vertebrates will bold their annual n> *tn
! GIVE STACY'S FORKDIPD CHOCOLATES in. Third are i:3 n
[ Sunday Warrington 1:0:: p.m. office of said company at p
: where his daughter who has been !' A TRIAL. BEST THAT'jHooton'sPharmacy'' Fourta Sunday, Eacaajbia.' 11 a. m. and briefly) described, and illustrated'* by n4.sd*v. January f, 190' R f ': :,.
i accompanying! him on his tour ofi 7 p. m. I.numerous photograph and drawinjrs.I HARD? Secretary 2-J Jw

: Pillows I I gulf cities, is visiting at present. (f ARE MADE, AT WHITE'S PHAR- !f e;; st. :,The last part'of the book,treats of the I: lk.r' -
-
: : MACY. :t I First Baptist C"urcb1'1wa.l.. I development and senses of animals I STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING,
f EXTRA FINE XMAS DINNER AT f CaUaway.. pastor Sunday School at I-i parasitism vanishing specie that U; "'
protection
Notice Is hereby given
THE SOUTHERN HOTEL. DON'T l LET"US HAVE YOUR ORDER FOR a. m. Judge E. D. Begrs, superintendent. r
50 cents. : MISS IT. CHEAPER THAN IT WILL I: CHRISTMAS CRANBERRIES AND!t Iiii. I-Momtour Preaching siiojecf at 11 a."After m. and the 7:30 Revival p. m. I from forms.enemies A comparatively and origin of diverse -'I hold their fe annual meeetingt.Ia.ee.N.c'I n c r-a r;'e

ICE IF COOKED AT HOME. ,CELERY,, NEW CITY GROCERY CO. The Birthplace .f Prompt Delivery. What? At night tbe ordinance ot hap. amount of laboratory; work Is Indicat-I day.of January company 8, f s/7.at Fi:+:L.'. L 1"Yresudent. '. ...





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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL._ SUNDAY MORNING.DECEMBER' '23', 1906. PAGE THREE "' .

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rand Monday: if f Bargain Sale ": Y, I .1




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This. will be the Last, Chance to BuyPres'ents ,a { '



for this X as season, and we will go to the limit in Extraordinary' Bargain, Otleri gs. We ._... .:. :=,.- .

.
m st close, out all Holiday Goods at any sacrifice, ,as we have no--room to carry :


them over, and, have no desire to do so if we had. I _- '

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Come Monday to the Final Clean-Up Sale of all Holiday Goods. .

t
I

MONDAY'S PHENOMENAL PRICE CUTTING IN, OUR :READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT ar ;' _'j ,


This Special Cut Price Sale will eclipse i all former efforts .-, I


,

Ladies 81 2 50 and $15 Tailored Suits, in $ ] CA I I $18 and $20 Fine Tailored Suits, new frl9 CA' .

stylISh new Plaid or Check effects, at,_ y .J" I .' All our Finest H an d-T 'I are d .Suits at Special I Cut Prices. I' and nobby styles___________________ Ji) J.JlJ50 / ._r ,: '


1 sl

Ladies and Miss s,' Jackets, _odd, sizes and broken lines, some only one size of a kind, and others only one color left of the line, togo .

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in four special lots follows '
as : -
;..

Bargain Lot No. 1. ,Bargain Lot No. 2. .. Bargain Lot No. 3. Bargain Lot No. 4. .,


1 43: Ladies" Cloth, Melton and Beaver Jack36 Ladles Cloth, Tweed, and Thibet Jack- 40 Misses' Jackets, in cloth,of various styles 32 Misses'\ Cloth Jackets, in various colors,

north from $8.50. to $15, i in a fair line ets, ,ranging i in yalue from $5 to $6.90, for T Tcis
worth $2.50 to $3.50 each, to g 0 now'in. worth $2.00 to $3.00, while they last, your -
oi ,ies.vhile they last, your choice of the two days only, your choice of th entire i : ,

entire lot for . . . . . . .$4.90 lot for. .'. . .. : . . .-. . . .$2.90 this sale for . . . : : . . .$1.90 choice of the lot . . . . . .$1.39 ,

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EXTRA SPECIAL. BARGAINS Clean-Up Sale of. Furs Monday. EXTRA P ECIAL BARGAINS :. a

IN LADIES' SILK SUITS. IN SILK PETTICOATS.
'

$10 Gun Metal Taffeta Silk Suits 'to go at___$6.9O, _Wo will.sell you Furs Monday. cheaper than you ever heard of, nomatter $7.50 All-Silk Taffeta. Petticoats for$5..00:

what fairy tales you may'hear about half-price, or '

$12.50 and $15 Taffeta Silk Suits to go now at '."6... L ,otherwise. > Remember, we always undersell $9 Swiss Taffeta Silk Petticoats for________w_ 6.95 ,i i .

$18 Taffeta Silk Suits, to oat, -.-- -------.. ;13.90 .. everything, so don't miss this chance. $10 Imperial Taffeta Silk Petticoats to go for 7.75 '.
4wt. ." p" to '
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BARGAINS IN \MISTS.\ BARGAINS- IN, COATS. BARGA'NS IN SUITS. SPECIAL SILK BARGAINS. Special P Dress Goods Bargains. Don't Forget theCleanUp \ i, '

60 Sample Waists made of mercerized "' $5.00' Tourist t Coats fa gray or $15.00 Gray Plaid Jacket Suits 36,in. Pagoda Taffeta Silks, all 15c Cashmere and Persian Cotton ) \

Poplin ,in b]a e, greenbrownClevron Worsted Velvet black velvet collar and buttons, colors, regular 90c quality Challies, special for .. .. .. ..8\' r J "
and white,: worth $1.00 special. .. .. ... .......... ..69c. for this sale ... ., ,. ..$ .95,, special for,. this sale .. .... ..$79S. SS-In. Black Imperial Taffeta ings, intercom, black or blue, I of f t';: f F'

$1.50 Mercerized Pongee Waists, $16.50 Ladles Tailor Suits in man Silk, |L39 value, for .. .. .. :98c." worth 40, special for. .. .29c. (i
$9.00 Black Light Weight Kersy nish. ,Coat, or short jacket 65c New Mannish\ Tweed. Suit '
male st 'Ilshl ",with fine tucks : :
) p Jacket with velvet collar styles in Panama or' unfinished: Bargains; in' _new _stylish PlaidSilk ings .. .. .. .. .. .. .. '.49c. all GoodsMonday. __
:;
and buttons in white or Holiday
pearl .. at .. ....'49c, 89c, 98c & $1.19. I
Hack special for ,. .. .. ..$1.19 special. for this sale. ;J. $8.90 _, worsted.in gray blue or black .One lot of Imported Tweed 'and (J'
's p ecial for-this sale.. _. ,. $13.50 One lot of 50c quality neat style' Fancy Suitings,. worth $1.50 :
$250 :Mercerized Pongee Waists, $10.00 Tourist Coats in gray or $20.00 CIotti Suits in Hue or black Dress Silks, special for .. .. .35c. per yard, agents sample pieces 1;

buttonhole embroidered and plaid. with black velvet piping stylishly mad, with braid and Best 50c Velveteens for Shirt special at .. .. .. .. .. .. .69c. It will be :'
in black and cuffs, for .
special
tucked collar and
a great bargain
buttons also and in ,
.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. stylish green Waists all colors special .39c. 25c double width Ombre Plaid ;
or white, at .. .. .. .. ..$1.49 this sale $8.90 0.
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I : gray. .mixtures: ; jackets satin 75c) Boulevard Corduroy Suitings, choice styles for.. 18c. :.
$300 Black Embroidered and $12.50 Covert Box Coat self lined, a cpcLI: targain at ..$15.90 special for.. .. .. .. .. ", .49c. $1.50 Broad Cloth In black and the Bargain ',11 i t: I
Tuck-d Batiste V aists $2.39 greatest
special Cloth and Worsted Suits all colors
strapped, with braid and but $25.00 40c Plain Jap Silks, all colors the popular special -1j
$3.50 Black Taffeta Silk Waists, .. beautifully made In brown,.blue, per yard .: .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.19 '
tons, castor only. special for $3.95 "+:a special bargain. .. .. .: .29c. T /
s p C"al .. .. .. .. .. ..$2.59 or W"ck. jackets lined with Best 50c Mohair Suiting to go ;

$ Taffeta Silk Waists[ beautifully $15.00 Bbck Kersy Coats, stitched Skinner satin, velvet a-d braid 90c. Silk Crepe de Chene. all at .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .39c. Carnival I of f ;; .
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trimmed in tucks,. folds and satin piping special. .$10.90 trimming, a great bargain at $17.50 :colors, for. :59c.U9 One case of Finest Amoskeag f'f'ii.CO
buttons; in black wnite and $30.00 French Cloth Suits in Hue $ 36-inch. Black Peau de Soie Teazledowns, 12%c quality, all .I,
I navy special eo .. $3.95 $9.00 Rain-pro-f Coats oxford brown or black, very handsomely to go for .. ,. .. .. .. .. ;.98c. the dainty patterns, special ...10c. ". '
$6EO Plaid Taffeta Silk Waists. only, strap*1'd and braided, a made/'trimmed in maid and '",$7.00 36-inch Black Peau 'de: Soie Mill Ends of 7c and Se Flannelettes the sea S on.

stylishly made a bargain at ..$4.69 special bargain for.. .. ....$6.95 buttons, a great bargain at ..$24.90 tor.. ., .. .. .. ". .. .. ..79<- for .. .. ., .. .. ., .5c. .J#

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FINE Pensacola.R.PHOTOGRAPHS.--K.- ----r-----WHITE Fia.' ICTO l f ll HE RD ''IN [ RT fTH [ CH RTERMEMBERS TO FIGHT BT I:i r of and Cakes Mixed Candies, Fruit Cakes for Cakes Christmas., Pound Fruits ,. ..j:,.,,U 1 1i ;;


I F>'<)e rler,Kar.uUdur.ng: Jeweler. ant Graduate! Corner Hayne' and Jackson ; '
i t.an.30 S. ta.atox Street Pensacola. Fia. Sts. Phone 129. l'

African Cataract to Supply: COURT WE THER TONOP H l %

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Told
Tersely Power to Transvaal and O R :

Tile fishing schooner Minnie W, of Rhodesia.Special
Gans-Herman Bout NewYear's
:11.!% fleet of Saunders & Co.. arrived I After Which Judge Carter Was Sent Here Yesterday Of the Boys' ,Department of on PROFESSIONAL.s :-

J ;,port yesterday with a catch of 131 ; {
for the Title
";'""unds.1 pounds of groupers of snappers and 5,000 to The JournaL 1 I Ordered a Recess Until From Key West To Be the Y. M. C. A. to Be Day W. B. BARYON, t ;

Johnnesburg, Dec 22.-one of the and Purse. '
$20,000
b.. M. Johnson returned yesterday modern times is the harnessing of the Oftkes-Ftsher Bund: g. Palafox FtrPeG: C fiwlli
Special to The Journal. practice, all the state and United ;
f fiom' a hunting trip of several da'sItlr Victoria Falls to supply electric powerto irigton. Rtates Courts. :twenty.u.re. "ears' ex. h'perience \\J
Nev.. Dec :2.-The Gans-
: Marlanna. They had fairly good the Rand and to the innumerable Two cases were heard in the Circuit At a meeting cf the charter mem' Tonopah. :' ,
>port, considering the bad weather. developments of industrial life in the Court yesterday, after, which The first weather report to be received -! bers of the boys department of the Herman fight for the world's light;'i --- rf ? t

The coast steamer Thistle\vood. Transvaal and Rhodesia. It Is easily Judge Carter ordered a recess taken i i in Pensacola by' wireless tele-;, Young Men's Christian Association it weight championship in scheduled New Year's to'take T. G. YATES: M. D", l lOptICian.
of this for the' holidays. Court is to re- 1 graph was received yesterday morning was decided that the charter mem place Tonopah on :i
*hich arrived here 'the largest single project
\\ednesday night, Day, will be held in what will even- r
the wireless sta- bers hold at annual reunion and banquet I
t icceeded in character in the worlds The historyof convene January 7th, and the remaining -1::from Key West by
+
: Mobile jesterday.getting away The on vessel her trip had the enterprise is very simple. Each cases on the docket will then be ',, tlon at the navy yard and telephonedfrom during the last week in Derem- tually be the .greatest prize fight 306 Thiesen Building. k'
the world has By
a L number of nationality has realized the need of disposed of before final .adpournmentfor that place to the city. t i ber of each year. arena ever seen. Twenty yean' experience .s an Eys
libel I t
suits brought the term. It is evident that the wires of tko; The date set for the reunion .this the time that the building now under Specialist. Examination free. --f' k .,
and abun-
Africa for cheap
South a
i! oust her here, but all of these were construction is completed it will be' .
is Thursday December 27 at n
The of Geo. W. the telegraph from Key V/est rear
, dant supply of power. Previously attention case Pryor vs. company r
led satisfactorily and the ; ooooooooooo oo ooooooooooo
, suitstidrawn in Germany was only directedto Western Union Telegraph Company, were not in working order, and the 6:30: p. m. This will bring together equipped in every detail with appur d I ,%
(1, and after securing an- a scheme for a coal power station which was commenced: Friday but observer there desiring"to send In his the boys who placed their application tenances for the accommodation of, L. C. PHILLIPS Ph. M. d rt '
. first officer as required by the for mb rship in the department on spectators fighters attaches, etc. in
daily report, had the wireles m
morning
until :
this went over yesterday was con- I
on the Rand. Etnerts were early Homeo athic. ,
ms officials she proceeded. year in Johannesburg arranln" contracts cluded In the fcreaocn, the jury returning station at Key West get in ronniunicatian -, or before the date of o eniag. Dec. such a way as to. place It in a class P t ,
PHYSICIAN .nd SURGEON.
'"none! ;: the prominent citizens from behalf of the proposed< Vic> verdict in favor of the plaintiff : with the: local station and the 1503:: ; and mIl M an occasion of enjoyment by Itself. : : ,I
on Office and Realdence 12 N. P1 fox
Is that the qHours f :
with the of There promise
11' of code 'wo'-ds in accord. spirit every
towns in the consisting
city message
yesterday in the of
and awarding damages sum
toria Falls POWN'Company. I : S to 11. a. 11'I., 1 toMS P. 11'I.
be
" \V A. Finlay Jr., of Pine Bar thither "imultanpouslv came also two $G9. was transmitted 'comply, and forwarded Chrl5tmas time.Aside from the fortyMt'mJ.rtl New Year's opening will heavily Phone Ci5. d j.
: with the Pensa'nla) report to who are at prewnf in the patronized. The men were well ell
,1.I 11 Thompson of Holts; W. pnlrtnPf'rs of the German AllgemdneElfctri The other case; heard during the o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 000 0 Ji 0 A9 0 9A9.R ,i.
will bp those matched, and James J. Jeffries, who
'BcJor! department there I ;
Washington. the operator failed
1 V : Had
of Pollard A. P. Hardee of
v0 ; <%i'ts Company to Invo ti'!'atp day was that of the Mohawk Con
v! to catch letter or rub 1 tinted an- who have! reached the ae> nf eighteen has accepted an offer to referee the Frederick Ausfeld. F. M. Blount. "
p Tomasello, of W. one r
: Bagdad densed .MITs I
: tile nent of Bear &
T\o; ; MlUy! Of the "?taWi F other for of theme sent the message and cnltd with the senior dfnartmentrsnd fight, ,will be himself a drawing card AUSFIELD & BLOUNT '
..
-ft!! I W. Graces, cf DeFuniak; a larw tpara driven station for the Co. After 'lie r-:;deuce had been one .t P"
% few Invited cuests. The ban- for the event. I
a!:;ax F Moses, Marianna.. .heard counsel for the allow- would have been valueless.GOLF a '
sunnlv of tho minI's. Tn.s idea of utilizing plaintiff: Architects ; .
be to }
quet will undoubtedly one long When Joe Gans and Kid Hermanlock' ;
me should fail to read the story !: thp Victoria Falls was then ed a nonsuit to be entered. I II be remembered by all who are pr?s- up for the title and a $20,000 1 312.314 Brent Bid;" 43 Moses Bldp! !; J L
II, \\ '!\I I T.. Sheehan on "The Man out' now to the r.'man s;1 oap.' when ASS'N. Wll L ent. purse it will be in a building that Is'1' Pensacola Fla. Montgomery, Ala. 1 1WM. +
. l uit: published In section 2, of how ver' they t"PlllizPfl the amiable! only a starter of the structure that'''!
; > paper Mr. Sheehan was de- reoulrements of the country it was at FAKE HAIR PREPARATIONS I 1 I NEW GENERAL, STATUTES will place Tonopah on the pugilistic I A. BORMANS,
'; ', : by his the MontgomeryiMr ante 3nntrpnt that uHimatPlv then : CHICAGO HAVE REACHED HERE letters.The lack Architect
paper, MEET AT map In very large ] and Superintendent1-1 1Offite31)5 ,
d,., .% 10 handle its Pensacola aroi r TK>wpr mutt bo. the only satisfj :: Do Hair No Good, But Often Cause It -r- of time between now and the dew Brent Bulldiny :;!
" > trM0 of The idol of to Fall Out. Attorneys of the city are receiving I '
:'' rej on, and the'material for crirv stjnnlv. > Year's Day contest has forced the Phone 823. Penaacola. Fla. d
i :'>rt' seems to nave been gath- 11 ; !: 7" ci i water nahlrpson : club to build a structure that will --; 1
r. n rpc"oir of nnwI' wno then they are merely scalp Irri Special to The JaumaL: general statutes cf Florida. Several f :
That time. It is a finely writ- have to be remodeled the original
"'. ."civ of The "s,\-1" talon tin, Its pctntiAC lxw- tants. They only cause. a dryness, Chicago, I1U Dec. :=!%.-Ch'cago has of the attorneys have al ardy copies and which alter wheAt finally i benches. and from the first row to the ,
and every reader making the hair brittle, and finally, been selected for the annual meetingof I which subscribed for some time plans
J :'HAI< wi "jIHHaq hAd PTP" been n.c>vionclv: Ffhmined were will lat the elevation win be thirty-oue ."
iii!! enjoy it. completed cost the Casino Athletic i
"v l.-iflo'" PXN rl a ':;U.1 t9 lifeless. Dandruff is the cause of' all the United States Golf A-sociatioiu since. I feet. ThIs incline will give the Interior '
than
air J.1..h n ro.:hnn. of haw Vt n"prnfp. 1,' trouble with hair. It is a germ dis It will be the first time s.ince\ the organization The statutes were compiled, by a Club more $10.000. 1 of the building an ampbJthea- _7'j' "
t' in 'E'i flavor. Try Blue Ribbon ....".. Rlon ,1 la.: i.'ntely: pure, goes twice ..,.t. of n..1" "nit C1 i"'Y'i S..litini aid It digs to the root of thehair, meeting has rot been held In New In comnllanc with an act passed by square. The ring platform Is in the an unobstructed view of the ring 'J '! '
and and is twenty-four feet !I I
centre :
"I:. ... .h.'Clue Ribbon Flavor"fecnou CMffi of "n1n bo..fitpS' the chief1r where it destroys \the hair's vitality, York. The executive committee had the rislatnre( of 1903. and are being square. from every &eat. :
> t
Ak:: tor the :Sc ,size. .H.') pl'lcoi'.Y'C A" Avrcor? ihot t1le'f",4"4't causing It to fall out. To cure dandruff previously announced the annual' distributed br the state at about the It is three and one-half feet above{I' Entrance to be building wID be i- J I
[CONDITIOTCF trw 4oehniwllr ",nil, nnmtn"r. the germ must be Killed. ''"De' meeting: for January IS at Delmoni cost cf publication. the floor level and Is surrounded by through two double doorways, at ,,
j:
SENATOR ,,1e11p f..C'n.1.. Pn 0t"i. lp i 14 Ml tJ'Q stroy the cause, von remove the ef co's. This is now rescinded and the a double row of press seats. Three either side of the building, which J1 II
CAFFEREY VERY GRAVE 0..r...vn flwnf",lvl .,rnuo in w"ich the fect." Newbors Herpidde is the executive: committee makes announce- j.i rows of boxes run back from the I face toward tfJwn. Two wide aisles '- JI
\ .Tyrov'tnor Rink plays a leading part only hair preparation, that kills the, meat of Friday evening, January 18, i clubs, which have borne their full four sides of the ring, each box hay will lead from the entrances to the' (j "1.
and Chicago the place. I share in conducting: the national ing a seating capacity of twelve per I .
Hy Associated Press. to "come In. dandruff germ thereby leaving the as the time i i! ringside where radiating stales will s
L xaa Orleans, Dec. 22.-physiciansG hair to grow luxuriantly. Sold by W. Secretary, Morgan states; that jthe'i championships would seem entitled sons. run to all paris of the hoWie. The .1 .
> ..: is taken In response to a petition I to the annual meeting at least once Starting directly back of the last I "
Tee A. D'Alemberte, action
XMA& druggist and
wt tonight that the condition EXTRA FINE DINNER AT apothecary I seating capacity of be arena eruru ;1'"
jfMo% mar United[ Sutes Senator Car- THE SOUTHERN HOTEL. DONTMISS 121 S. Palafox street. Send signed by the western golf clubs i In three years. '.a he petition had row of boxes is the inclined plane on 8,8oo, and the box'bftlce receipts from
I which the bench seats to be .i. j
the of are
number of prominent consequently support many
very grave yet there'is hope IT. CHEAPER THAN IT WILL lOc in stamps for sample to..The Her- and by a large Plac-j a complete sale of the house wW !
fl 1 I! and j led. There will be nineteen I .
clubs goIters.
r. ('oyer)'. J l0E| IF COOKED AT !HOME. 'DJcide Co., Detroit. Mich. players in the west The western eastern total ( :.WO. .:'


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northern farmers "to Canada within I died l ;the"peopi oStof: in the "evasion u..u '
the last few years. I of Just taxes. "it probably Is not ,aa .

iJbe gnatoIa OUtR4 The proposed fair would doubtless great in amount. by many millions, tshe. ; SAID 0 PEN SA cot A. The man who

prove an excellent scheme; for the education -I ,.has swindled the government pat I -
of northern people in regardto of In the matter of armor plate etc. : believes in a clean

the south. and we are sure that. If I Thus,Mr. Carnegie so lone as ne is I. I ': PBNSACOLIANslmmxmimxmsB&BBxmxKasn
AND
they could be convinced of he wisdomI I permitted to goon'evading tates and I 'tr'f! 'Il' collar ALL THE

DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. of .buying 'lands in our part 'of'the making the 1>09ret'classes' ,bear the 'TIME

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY country they would' be heartily welcomed burden 'government while,he, lives, is the man who

and made to feel at home is perfectly willing, after- his death f

4 ....BY._ among ns." Our earnest endeavors to for the government to' get a small I II insists on having
induce foreign immigration are not !share of what he' has cheated it out Mardi Gras.Pensacoli. : busy, hustling age, Pensacola proposes ,
i of for It is the old will I I keeping well up In the front,
THEJOURNALCOMPANY. to be construed as! an expression of so many years. and her Mardi Gras "LION"
: preference for them over our own I maxim "After us the deluge," that assisted soon'be among the. stellar attractions. and Apalachicola. Is ,coming along' BRAND.

fellow citizens whether, of Maine of so mightily in bringing on the And of course., tie warships, will be also.-Apalachicola Times. i

FRANK U MAYCS President .an". General Manager, Michigan. French revolution., there.-Apalachicola Times. :-- 15 Cents Each still

---- -- ---','- --- -.---- .,------ .- .- -- -,',---- but'that fair As a matter of fact if Mr. Carnegieand Peonage Appeal. I 2 r., 25'C.ab Ct.4 Shops.
There Is no question a I celebrated at
In the peonage cases
the The Fleet. ,
kind should
men of his pay '
: I MEMBER. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. such as has been suggested would b e their just taxes to .this government, Pensacola's. citzens are moving, to Pensacola last week verdicts of guilty -

of the greatest benefit to the entire and should cease robbing the people secure the North Atlantic squadron 'Were found against Gallagher San- ---==

SUBUCR1PTION RATES south and would be-the means of attracting there would be no need for Income or at Pensacola Jn February. Let. the I tor and Grace the other defendants In 'SECRET SOCIETIES.

On e Year .. .. ..........'5 00 One :Month .. .. .." ... .. 45 the -attention of thousands inheritance taxes. The reason'why CS big ships come-so say we alL-Apalachicola being acquitted. Sentence these ---55-
; Six :Months .. .. .. .. .. 2 50 One Week,." .. .. .. .. .. 10 Income tax. especially, is demanded Times.Progressive and the first cases to be tried JB to PENSACOLA --
LODGE
Three Months.. .. t;. .. 1.25 Weekly Edition, per year..$! CO to Its resources and possibilities. The imperatively, is because in no' other be passed today. An appeal is a mat- Pensacola Lodge No. J. No.K. j.Of
and in no I ter of course.. and Mr. Flournoy expresses meets p'
Monday
south needs immigrants way tan these 'arrogant and defiant Pen cola. every evening tt ;:;

'i -5-- way can they he secured quicker than I II trust and tariff-fattened brigands be From the columns of Pensacola's confidence that a final acquittal -De-1- o'clock Over Pou's at their sUbl*.temporary,West Intendentk Cast}. &T 7
The Pensacola From Which Detailed will result Maybe so. :
Only Newspaper a reached and made' to pay even a learn Visiting brethren cordially welcomj? Bl
JJ I iby demonstrating that the Immigrant I It popular daily The Journal we
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. moiety of their just share of the burden ,Funiak Breeze. _, H. DENJfARD, C.
: that a new bank Is about to open up I HORSLEi C
(t would do well in the south- As the j of income K. of B. 8.TERSOFREBECC.
government An tax
in theDeep Water Clty.-Carrabelle "
Let 'er Rip! Gallagher.
received general commen- : ---
project has will prevent Mr. Carnegie from going .
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Advertiser. cases
second trial of
The peonage
5Editoritl Rtomt 38 Papers on Sale on Trains '[dation ,.throughout both north and i out of the world with so large a debt I ., before Judge Swayne of the United Rebecca Naomi, Lodge meets every No. M Monday, Dacgkten ai or
F ticris I that it will : dut to the people as he would owe. Expectorating ,Stopped. C o'clock In L O. Kht at
1 tusln.es Office GOO and at all News Stands. 1 south The Journal: !hopes if no plan States court In Pensacola has come sisters O. P. balL Vliitlq
were devised to compel him cordially Invited to be
hoodlums
expectorating
Hereafter t'releZlt.
defendantsrGalla-
and bG carried to "an end. and the
take definite shape MRS .T. T.
; to PULLLur. ,
at
least K
small
pay a portion of the 0URS.
the floorv of Pensacola'sopera -
found guiltyas HATTIE
; i j to' successful completion. The *outhj debt he owes. upon gher Sandor and Gtace, rtzyis.ix 2'ec.RATHBONE. : .
house' will be placed in the' cooler. 'other 'defen-
Offices-Journal while live ,
Building-Corner Intendencia and DeL.unaSts charged.
i if .
j ern states can be dependded upon to It Is probably true that even with an SeveraVarrests were made trader the Harlan, Newlander, S LODGE NO. 30-
dants, towit: Rathbone LocI<<% No. 89.
-f do their i share towards JlIrtherinIIY lEcome tax he would still succeed in ordinance recently.. This is as it Bellinger HalTerson and L Maitre, Pythias meets every Thursda KnlMs n1tt ..r

I enterprise that will result In ,a bet-' evading the larger portion of his public should Apalachicola: Times. were acquitted. I II Castle Hall Members of slser! 1otg It,
TEXSACOLA. FLORIDA. SUNDAY lIor" obligations, but without _such a tax and .Tilting brethren cordially
'm. DECEMBER 23, IJOO.I of the frJytel! ;
I jt'er understanding between the sections he would almost Harlan, the general manager to ,J. M. PER. c.
escape entirely.,Thatno Pentacola Idlers. I c'
of Lock- C J. LEVEr. E Zi.
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2 and, at the saine time, assist in 1 doubt is the chief reason why the Pensacola-is complaining aboutthe Jackson Lumber Company, I J & 8.

,Railroad Commission The Apalachicola I their developmentWhen i-"Laird of, Skibo" Is so violently opposed large umber of idlers on her streets. hart Ala., was found guilty of in con-the 1 M.: E. B. A. No. 8!, mast, fjm 1:<'
'\ ': to the imposition of an income has ,' I *piracy to commit peonage third Wednesday? evenly it Taa II. m"
Pensacola undoubtedly a Vagrancy .
Should Make Assessments. not been passed Kaltord Hall *:o. 10, West
Mail Service. : Fletcher cajls on that tax. The trial-sentence has Intendencla
demand
v Duncan of the hour is to law and a good city Jail.-Lake street A. o. FELL, ,
I I The controversy between the Fort The Journal bas received repealed f i army of r gubernatorial candidates'.to i make the big trust magnates bear Butler Star. S I at this writing. x and 1. L. SWEEl\"ET. SecT. Pre.

: Myers Breeze and the Tallahasseei ( will their, proportionate share of the buri : The Jackson Lumber Company
complaints up" or "step down" there j jbe'a ', all northernmen PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 4 r.
on the mail service. between "cough t i dens of FrontPensacola these' defendants' are O. 0 F
True Democrat over the question of government, and the longer To The i Pen52.Cola I'ige Xo. to L O. : i
: j railroad assessments in this state Pensacola and APal hicoh.l!' wild scramble for the tan timber |. they succeed In preventing this simple will soon offer for' sale and the men on whom the peon meets every Thursday evening at 0 7.ic

II Notwithstanding the fact that !by many of those candidates who are act of justice the more drastic will improvement bonds to the amount of I I age was practiced came from New at the ,new hall on Belmont and /

!f! suggests anew departure ,in the mat are mailed at Pensacola dally papers and j now' monopolizing the limelight onj I Itbis I be ,the remedy when it is finally aII )- $450,000. The money derived I York. It seems to be a case of "dog streets., VWUng K: R. WIT brethren} &WSKY T mdia'lf, ri.! G'b"Ylted

ter of these assessments and The |I plied. from the' sale of the bonds will be I eat dog." A. KERLE. Secretary
should, reach Apalaqhicola the sam.e&ight. ? question. -Two hundred and fifty : ]
; GallafiberlCarrabelleAdvertiser.
Journal wants to 'go on record as j For centuries the middle class in used .in the purchase of a new.water : Let 'er rip!' W..O. w"7 '
S they are dollars' whatit costs to inter tile I '
frequently late j
I favoring the transfer of this power a day France were compelled to support the works system and paving. In this I LIve Oak Camp Ko. 1 w, o W
from the hands of the comptroller' to and sometimes at three days' mall. contest ;and there are doubtless "few I J government and to maintain the nobil- t ftteets In Pythian ball the ut and Srt
l Wednesdays each
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gets there all. at one time. i iI of them who will th.ink their chances i j Ity In luxury and idleness. The day >lverei im cordlaHy:! Invited month.151 *

i; J I the railroad commission. I The delay bet wen Pensacola andji i of winning 'the final decision worth [I f came when the nobility :had cause to F. A. BOGHICH C. C,
There aremalyreasre1s.\Vh..this LESLIE E. BROOKS. << .
bitterly regret their acts of Clerk.Joppa
Apalachicola Is hard to account for.ii; j,' oppres- from
4 should be dose' and it is a surprise :I this amount. slon. In this nation to-day the midI Current Commnet Loage No .. ,

i that the matter has not been, suggested -t though we-are under the Impression j jI The ambition to to the Florida I I I die and lower classes are bearing the r Joppa Lodge Ka. 5, L O.I.O.O.F O. F m'l'f'U
I that much of the trouble is caifcedby go burdens of government and maintaln- Commoner every Tuesday evenln at 7:30 oYlok .r
before. In the first place, the been realized Mr. Bryan! Rafford Corner .
failure to make proper connections legislature' has by many ; ing in pomp and splendor the insolent Hall Baylen and BrtaSU -.
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t ,
: t comptroller has about all lie can attend public men who afterwards regretted i! tariff-fed' trust barons Visiting, brethren cordially invited I
I at Tallahassee or by failure of the; more rapa- = : Co 1.. SMITh i G
to looking his other far : : : : = I.. WILKINS. .
in after their service there. Unfortunately |jdous I than any feudal lord of the C. Secretary.LANARK
postal! cars to make the proper dispatch middle .
numerous duties, but even if he were !I ages.
( ttiere, !for l them the votes of every member

not overburdened with, other work It !r 'The, Journal is investigating thsf1 on every question' are recorded, and j!I people The who demand are tired has gone of up from a The senatorial explanation depart knows just which, unless it be, the I
I is unwise to in the hands of i iany I oppression for is overtime..,
place ment
!plotter and endeavoring to if !more than one aspiring politician's !laws to be enacted that will compel again working presldent- and he was careful to con
j '
see Apaj
1 I one man so much po'"er.If :|lachicola) cannot get her mail on1'j"record"! in this .;branch of the state's,;: these lordly classes to bear at least The president has talked so much cjeal the meaning in a lot of words. ;

the ccmptroller were an"expert :\time. .\tben"the new railroad Is completed -! |service has sounded his death knell.. a small portion of,the burden of a gov- about the "fighting edge" that his A French paper is, discussing' the I Or} the. Gulf of Mexico.

man on railroad valuations It would into : in Florida polIties.Law"er |, eminent which forfifty years has been peace proclivities ,hav become-' somewhat duration of a lightning flash. U lasts '
Apalachicola there
can cf -
operated with a view to mak the rich Hunting and fishing stason new Oft
f ; stIll be unwise to give him this i dulled! about as long as the republicanparty's
!; course be no trouble then, but there: I richer l.y grinding, the faces ofthe: Oyster- beds within easy reach.
; bold front i I
Patrick put a
up position
| power, but it is doubtful if there ) on every question
| should be poor. 'The only 'direct to reach It seems' that in the (Northern Securities
The
none now. peopla of. way Offers exceptional advantages
: that of 'the ss a
I and claimed that he did not want a saws preserving tariff for
: ever has been. or ever.wIll Le, a. man !Apalachicola dailyi-: ;: the pampered classes, the "idle hold.! case Uncle Sam got the decision the benefit place to spend part *f .h. winter montht.
entitled
are to'a of the men who the .
in this office who is an expert on i c mmutaticn'of sentence from fers ''of idle -wealth" as weH -us the: -.while the stockholders.were pay' '

.- S railroad matters. If he is not a railroad mail service from this part of the; \death penalty ,to life' imprisonment, :::: trusts and predatory corporations, is i iI getting their big profits.The .- '' 5 campaignexpenses.. j LANARK INN.

I the state and they should have it. !;]but Higgins's term 'as governor I|I by means of the income tax. Mr. I The statisticans of the governmentare Under new management modern tnt
man or thoroughly conversant ____________ as : Carnegie:: is one of the greatest\ Iwnenciariea i convening of congress merely!r able welt kept; will afford special attention to
to '
with the operation and value of'rolling The 'Railroad Commission will be't'drew near Its end he l lost his nerve ;I ". of the iniquitous favoritism i iI emphasizes the situation New York cost of living prove has by figures not increased that the:hunting and fishing parties.

; stock in its various conditions, reorganized in a few days and all and, decided to take this rather than j i.I for the rich by a government that hat !! finds itself in with regard" to its senatorial [,faster than'the increase In wages but Reached by the. Georgia. Florida <

J'L then he can not be able to judge of three of the new 'members are what trust to Hughes even doing this 'Wt'111 I]t been run bv the.:. >rporaUons In the representation. II! the average housewife is preparedto Tourist Alabama rates Railway.now In Convenient effect. schedules.

: the correctness of the tax returns I are popularly'known' as anti-corpora.)by him. j interest of the corporations and Count Boni says be 'was highly in [, prove the controversy by re-

made and filed by these railroad AI.I! when the Income tax is proposed he! suited by the offer of a job as head,(ceipted bills and salary envelopes.The For hotel accommodation write LANARK
companies. -
tion in l INN,
men politics. The ; blandly! Lanark. Fla.
: South Florida
.present A paper accuses side-stepsand: says In effect ,
statisticans will have
to .
waiter. Of course! The idea of Emil I II try another ..--
I condition of' the railroad service In j 1 bert GSlchrist of having voted againsta .I "No gentlemen disturb us not now; spending money honestly earned. tack. FOP schedules railroad rates etc. writ
It is the duty of the railroad companies I Florida will give them an opportunity -I bill, while'a member of' the legislature after We are dead you may come In I _, I I. J. H. WILLS

to make returns of the value ::; to do things" if they are vested to enlarge the powers of the !: for a small share; but while we live I I 'The shortening of a lot of words by The Ice dealers who held' up the ; S Gen;Balnbrltfgt Pass. RoostS \ Ga.

j of their properties to the comptroller i' we. shall not, ?eree. to ,bear even Oils the reformed.spelling therof does not people last summer are now being/ \I
!;with the power necessary to correct railroad commission.. That paper I small part of the just burden. Call seem to have made any appreciable 'fined trivia amounts. 'fhe coal dealers -

{ and their taxes are assessed upon the : the evils being complained of by the should whisper this sotuy', because I again when we are dead." difference in the length of the meso who are bilking the people now

:: figures in these statements. If any people in all sections of the state. If the :general might not want this to This is typical trust insolence but sage. .. will be'fined the price of a ton or two Pensacola. St. Andrews and

of these returns have ever been ques- the Railroad Commission has not the I! the day has passed when such things of coal next summer. We are a great i i Gulf Steamship Co.
of
|go the rounds the'prt' s. will be tolerated bv that want to to do with rush
tiond such fact has not been made the American peonle. Republican newspapers people everything a }
power necessary to deal with the Instead of being mastered by the oppose President Roosevelt's income save the one thing of protecting ourselves -' STEAMER TARPON.
,< public. Of course it is possible that I The LakeCity Index says that If the I W O. ARROW, Mi.-ir
present railroad conditions in this trusts the people are now masters of policy would save time by-clip against trust extortion. I|FIRST-CLAS3 fASHEXGER AN3
all of them in the have been I 'railroads put on slow schedules the I FREIGHT
past state they should let the people know their own eovernment: and the corporations !!: from their editorial columns ot SERVICE.
4' -Between-
absolutely correct but there ts no wherein that power is lacking and people complain; when fast ones are will be' made to respect the rax \ years' ago. i g Sgg S S gg

certainty that they have been. They tried and accidents result they are rlehts: of the peonle and to tote i PENSACOLA, MOBILE APALACHICO.
;;[ VOX POPULI.
the should take would' 1 1More
press up the fight square." The income tax is the farmers America LA. CARRABELLE. ST. AN.
may have been correct so far as the I cussed, and concludes that it is a a certainty haul their DREWS "
ILLE.
and make the demand of such' a universal of the near future. and the corpor. 'refuse to grain to market I '

'/ comptroller knew of his own : l nature* that when the next legislature I''case of "be I; damned if you do/' and'be ations that are-wie will acc oVjlt>and for a few ,months they mfzht be In a And all points on St. Andrews Bay, Car

: t, al knowledge and still have pt'rson-j', meets it will be glad enough j I Irto (mned'ff. you don't pretend* 'at least*hat they like It; It ,. position to demand *-"shipping subsidy" Light Needed. rabelle SCHEDULE.and Aoalachlcola.: :

I. from expressing the true valuation vote this to .1' i is dangerous not'. trifle Jwjtl| a I jpf their own. 5 Editor Pensacola Journal: Leaves Peaiical Sunday. 1:34 p. m.
power the commission. \iflie Taft had not flopped so '
', I', .. If \ long-oppressed pl ; .' S ,1 for iloblle,Ala.
<
of these properties. i iI 'quick on that Brownsville .riot queStion A lot,'orrepublican organs that are I have heretofore ,called attentionto Leave Pensacola, Tuesday <: $ Pfor m

;, The state has auditors to check the I I Suggestion for a I'I i the country would nave, perhaps, # # # # # fc S3 # -3 *; # 'I now commending the president's mes the necessity of a street lamp at Carrabelle St. Andrews.and intermediate,MilWill Apaachl points. :li
sage-would like to
S i accounts of all the state and countyf I hardly reprint'theirremarkg the intersection of Stoddart avenue for: additional Information apply to
Southern Fair. witnessed the spectacle of seeing R. POPE REESE FOR on the income tax made"'teni.or J. R. 3AUNDERSE .
officers .and does not rely on the I | j the side twelve and Park avenue yt* Twelfth avenue .R. COBB, President
Foraker and Taft on same THE NEXT SPEAKER. years ago.
I honesty of these officials .but f and Twelfth street This' was also General Frt. and Pass. Agt Ptni '
pays ex OHQ the suggesj j -
of most important 'I sacdla. Fla.
of one public question. I I t
: !
; -As weunderstand it. Secretary!recommended by Alderman Maura,
do
pert accountants they
that
) toee lions Sun
with view Tallaqassee $
a to advancing the .
.Root- is quIte profitable, therefore It, but the board of ,works. while pro-] -
decided -
l' has
{ their full duty and account to the interests of the southern states, that; A Philadelphia. minister tl- .would be wise and just to subsidize'a 'viding lamps along the"street railway.\{I NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.The' .
i 33 % * # # *
fctale Adam was a' but j annual meeting of the fltot'kf! "Je*'
| and counties for every cent of has been made In recent years comes that negro number of already wealthy men In ignored this important thoroughfare. of the"American National Bank of Pra"

1 money placfd in. their hands; for safe from Cincinnati and Is to the effect [:'he had added that a watermelon was There is a you'n who. althoughhe order to induce them to engage' in a This location is a turn in the only cola for the election of dIrectors rJ -.'
J with which Eve tempted has profitable business. fairly passable roadway to the north- transaction! of rah other Imsr '* '
| l.-eeping or for disbursement for tho that a southern' fair be held in that j (the fruit not yet announced hi> candidacy before "It.nfll be heM r

1 state and counties. These auditors city sometime during the coming t Adam the story' would have sounded' and, for all I know to the con- River improvement will be a costly eastern section the city, and the day may crone January 5. 1907 at the ';-?-'-H
!j trary. may never announce it. is qualified want of a light has already causedone house at 10 a. m. .
I arc men who are supposed to be year at which the products ,of farm, I :more plausible., for this position and would enter experiment an long as the money is uncalled for injury to"a memberof C. W L.UI1:

I ports in their line of business eX-I'field and'factory in the south shall be : The latest entry in the far distant into it with no entanglements! of past spent stead of by'politicians by skilled men on on favorites the rivers.In the Journal's force .of,, workmen coaw4w prtsUfli': '_
II political affiliations. He would enterit who w returning home on his wheel
can detect errors where other exhibited for the purpose of inform- gubernatorial race -Is that of, J. Ed. ELECTION OF DIRECTORSThe
free from disagreeable alliances of and in the darkness was run into and
| would not notice them. ing the people of the north' of the eware of false prophets, warns i
I I O'Brien of Pensacola. Come on any kind. I refer to R.Pope Reese President Baer of the coal trust badly hurt by 'Unknown "parties who annual election of dil'f'Ctn:

I The returns of these railroad properties wonderful strides the south is makingand tlemen, there is plenty! of time gen-I the gentleman who was placed on That's all very well but what hurts were out driving. the Citizens National Bank, c> P.-' -)

should he examined, and, If i the great opportunities that are little expense attached to the ticket by the Executive Commit. this country Is the extortionate profit We desire this important turn' in cola, will be held it the office GI -',

I necessary= inspected by" men In the offered to all classes of settlers in the tries just'now.. tee of Escambia County to fill a 'vacancy -' demanded, by Mr. Baer. the road to be lighted for the' safetyof bank on Tuesday; January S, t U,:'

employ the state who havea I country south of" Mason and Dixon.'s I caused by the death of the nom<| the pubUc'generany.. tween the hours. of 10 a. ra. and -

It has been said that a senator inee in the primary shortly before the]t While pondering on what to buy fora N A., V. CLUBBS. m. .. Wec-oa* .

knowledge of the transportation business line. should be like Caesar's wife-above election -and was elected at the general .; Christmas present do not ,,forget .
and who are able to detect any: i; 1 he suggestion was no sooner made election.. He has for the past four the fact that a year's subscription to - -----

S errors or omissions In th'ese returns j, than a spirited contest ensued among :suspicionbut the Atlanta News thinks I years taken an active interest In political The Commoner would be appreciated

which, If corrected, ",'ouldraise- the i' northern cities many trade organ-!I I"I that Joe Bailey is more like a Seizer affairs in that county and .has, ,by a lot of- men and women.
than A Caesar's wife. filled a leading role there: He Is< at. !
total valuation of these properties !jizations taking the matter'up with a | tornpy for the Board of County Commissioners ,' There are enough bankers In the,

and in turn cause the taxes against !(view to securing the location of the The solution of the puzzle "0. K. for Escarahla County', Ohio penitentiary to finance a prison ,

t them to be assessed at higher figures. exhibition in the' cities which they t\v. D. :U." is worrying a New York whom be has served brilliantly. He newspaper, but unfortunately, for the '

i It stands to reason that the rail- costing Col. has lately distinguished himself as assistant -: scheme there are no printers in the j
and incidentally
| represented The Wasjxington Post ;jury
to the United States District penitentiary to do the mechanical f ROTE
< rtiad commissioners know more abo.it:iJ even going so far as to, suggest that ,W. D, Mann much uneasiness.Dr. Attorney in the prosecution of per:;work. !f fI P4I1

:, J the conduct and value of idlroad i ii the exposition be held in the national eon charged with peonage. He isj I Ia
'
West he is "peo
Theop.) says a Some of the entl< wbo
I men are
? ep-;
i property than Any other official orS ]j capital.! Newspapers .of several cities !II IIare ple's man," but'Hunt' Harris was saying bright lawyer a cleanpublic sfer-j't-Iaudlng. President Roosevelt's income i
set 'of officials In the vant and who enjoys the repnect
service 'of the I a sean -
: t urging their respective claims j I j that years ago.: of all who kb nw Lira. I would'like tax idea are Uie same gentlemen: who f'! g
state. Their duties compel them II j IndianapolisraaSing ,a particularly J to sf Mr. R. Pone Reese enter i were fierce In their denunciations of; %
often to go out and Inspect these 'I O i? $ # # .G & Oa & I the Income taxers" a. few years ago. '
strong, argument; on the ground that j: < the r3l'P. for this position. I beJi"I j I ,
ft
t properties' : and ascertain the condition -{[it is nearer that part of the north j,;4 ANDREW CARNEGIE c he wouM serve the state better than:j I Despite the experience of Anna'"
of I the road bed and of the others who have been mentioned -! I
rolling any J Gould theVchances-are that the
which is TAX. -
most in n e..I'ot enlightment $ AND THE INCOME SUp
; and from the reports of Ole stoek.,1,1 regarding the agricultural and Indus-j: j j S- for it. j!ply of titled scoundrels will hold out I!
cor1DoraHon
No faction claim him no
companies filed in their southern :i_. X,Orleans States. can jsr tone as there are heiresses willing)
trial progress of the states owns him or '1trot" him!
j' ,{ to exchange their millions for theI '
they are able to judge of the business j ; either for I -
i The Charleston Sews and Courier I : : t O a and he i is not a fanatic 'or tainted titles. f
done by these companies and the true ; holds that such an exposition should against the administration. j _
'
value of their properties. If the re-; No surprise has been occasioned by "The conditions of the finances of':
be held in some city convenient to ,
t Ports of these j the announcement. Mr. Andrew Carinegle's MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE 52 Pennsylvania is nmwecedentpd1
companies not
are the great agricultural: districts of 1 opposition to. the income tax. DEGREES, MINIMUM 41 DEGREESThe I shouts the Harrisburg Tele2Ta b. Vfe

satisfactory to the commission they \|'Iowa Kansas., Nebraska and Illinois ]He is heartily In" favor of an Inheritance should think that a state able to con-

; /have the authority to examine the I IS where the south is understood less : tax, but equally ,as heartily opposed maximum temperature at Pen. done a' eraft of '$9.0()(0000) must be

books of the companies and satisfy than elsewhere and in this ( to an income tax. This, perhaps, facola yesterday was 5% degrees at 2 in a good way financially. Over 2CO.OOO thousand: sold in Owl Florida in 1905.
; connec- J ., while the 'minimum was 41

', II. themselves as to their correctness or I''j.' (ion says: Is spirit[ the'of outcropping greed which of enabled the grasping Mr: Carnegie iUI.degrees at 7 ,. m. Last year on the I That portion of the president's Frank Fla.
Pensacola
falsity. S Southern men are. always impress-1J i ; to amass the enormous sum of same date the maximum was 61 degrees message relating to labor mar mean Reilley. Agent

: This duty of the assessment of railroad t('Jl by the display of ignorance ;and II,!money which now stands to his creditOf and the minimum 55 degrees... much or It may mean little. Xo. one ,
properties in Florida is solely prejudice by the worthiest people of
j the tWo the tax on Income and --'
,. in the; province of the railroad commission j those sections, which Is not to be i \lhat on Inheritances we are of the -
I If It
and The Journal advocates observed in the 'middle With
"I states.
t j opinion that the income tax Is the
. t the transfer of this power to them be-J[millions of acres purchasable at one : j fairer and more reasonable. It is a

; cause it places too much power in I[fifth or one-tenth the prices that prevail t notorious fact that the great, ,bulk of j

: the hands of the comptroller who If in the Central West it is strange [Ii f the.: wealth owned by the class of men Plantation

: 1 he were," a dishonest man. could de- that persons too poor to buy farms | represented by_ Mr. Carnegie escapes Sarsaparilla.Qniyioual

fraud the state out of thousands of'; in the northern parts.of the i s1sslp-j j taxation entirely. With all the giftahe

S dollars every year from imperfect i i i pi valley do hot, seek to better their i has made to public libraries and I

; assessments, and because this, assessj j|fortunes I in the culh. Instead of inji I Cor: other purposes there- no reason '

j went is directly in, the line of work' Canada;, yet we believe! that thereJf I::0 believe that the total amounts to( to any IOO preparation on the ,market.

of the railroad commission. has }been 'a considerable migration of J anything like as much as he has swin- FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
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OUTHRU I I to 'make a selection for "His" Christmas Gift, ; F :

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Makes His and this is the store where. you'll be most aptto'find .


Escape From White and Man have the Smoking Jackets inVests
Fancy : it or Boy, we things .

Long and i p lain and fancy colors,. -.
in '

Record. I I der. are always' or-: suitable for his. Christmas. <$ <$ .$ & with plaid and striped .
They add tone to
..
Special to The I
Odessa, Dec- 2i- linings, $5 to $10.
commonly known a Suit as nothing else ;3'
Russia as The- I Bath Robes In t fancy i
made his twenty-fourth : will. Always and 3TEI14 $ i
'he clutches of the tasty L g 1 cloth, and blanket cloth, '
ing to a statement made -
rurator of the District genteel. Patterns this t in neat and fancy colors,
is a record of over fifty artjuoflies .
W YVYYY WtYYYY1Y.bMn '
'
three times Kolooff.that number Ei season are very hand ;.. $3 to $10. l lS
;against

he labor was in sentenced Siberia for to a I I some. Come see em.'t-' /= v;t t\i: Either a Smoking .t!

Poltava. ,
committed he had escaped in and A Christmas, present Jacket or a Bath Robe 4 4a

haunts in Southern .. ,
became II terror In that will be appreciated. +, would make an except- ,
and th record of his
long and ghastly.to- PRICES $1.25 to $5.00. '' 1,. able .Christmas present
lias never been brought r
second time for the I I That All. for any man.
twenty-four captures be i j i
succeeded in making his r I
wen being; brought I
ining magistrate.

ured A fortnight in Kursa ago on the ; Christijias Overcoat. Christmas Suit.

particularly cold blooded
mitted In the town.

numerous'he multlmurderer and graver were We have every new style of What would be a wiser k. -

,f the crown attorney of I Overcoat from the long Rain :,,'i.' : choice than of Stein-
-i
tmrt of Odessa it.was I ; : ; one our

i ollcp'hat that master!'!official at Kursb,should !I Coat to the npt-to-short TopCoat : ; tfj Bloch Suits? Bring in an old a

not loft forwith reported there.to Kursh As the his I: In the coat line everything .' '. ; J: coat to show his size, and we'll t
:
Ipr there informed the
Odessa'he fact.Crown.It then..tr Attorney nsp, I that you want is here/ r:_".'; ; ; make "any change you desire !

olegram to the police' wanting you. ':;'-.': o,,' after Christmas. Prices $10 to
.
loll The prisoner had I I t

for dispatched the twenty-fourth from.Kursk : Give father an Overcoat this "' $35 The best possible values :I :;

ed his escape.CHRISTMAS. Christmas--$7.50 to $J7,50, are here.. :

COITION: .
THE FLORIDA

The Christmas Edition

Ida Lewey Sentinel, is a, newspaper published! NECKWEAR. BOYS' SUITS. SUSPENDERS. SILK MUFFLERS. :
f
may be justly proud .
of the best specimens Our Boys' Suits give excellent No nicer present could you Our showing of Silk Mufflers :. '
This. the coloringsare '
season
nalism that _.
has reached
service because thedifferent ;
exchange table in a prettier than ever, and we' find than a pretty pair. of is a- grand display and Ii
.fabrics tested
is well gotten up are
japer, !' matter is well have choice_ exclusive styles before the 'garments-' are \ Suspenders up in an individual are very useful as well as i
readable and ,
the '
there Is a generous I that you will not be able to made,. ; because every garment l box. We have them pretty. j. ,j
displayed. The Sentinel I find in other stores. is firmly putttogetherand re- .
Also an elegant line of
oL th. .,marJsecL.sll s;;_ ,
attained. We selected our.' Holiday.: Tnforced' where the strain is in a great variety of colors .
1 Neckwear Gloves, Umbrellas, Suspenders ;
wl.th great:: care
great.
APPOINTED AGENT with different kinds of
STEAMSHIP and have the sort a man delights Buy the t boy a suit for many Shirts, and the many t -1; ,

New York, Dec. 22. to wear. Christmas. buckles. Come see them. other things in Toggery a It .
Brown was appointed fJ'I : ,
ser agent for. the Mallory, 25c to $2.00 each. $2.50 to $10., 50c to $3.00. man is always wanting. ,
ern. Metropolitan; I i
Line steamship 't .

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$100 REWARD.$

"1art:1: -of that this there ) Standard ;
dreaded disease that Clothing Company 1.
}'f'able Catarrh.to cure halls in all Catarrh its
only positive cure now
'fret fraternity. Catarrh @
tional disease, requires a
treatment. lUH'a Catarrh (
internally, act hi* directly;u Thiesen Building.
and mucous surfaces of the
by destroying: the
ease, and string! the .. Id
.. -' '
building! up the constitution -
nature in doing its work { t;
tor, have so much faith in ,
power that they otter One -
;/ ri for any rase that it ft
send: Address for list F.'J.of testimonials.CHENEY & TRIP THROUGH CRADLE ALTAR AND GRAVE I desire'" to announce to the M

,.Take>told Hairs by all Family dru ..I8t8.Pills'l& I I RUSSIAN N C CANNON ladies, dressmakers, and tailors J ti 1

'1nn. t CENTRAL: ASIA --- that I have taken the ; i II
acutenephritis; Mrs. Catharine Chandler for the
great.Wiss
Record of Vital Statistics 79 years, (no cause given); M. agency
: t Margaret Williams 62 years, (no WITH A HISTORY Shears and Scissors.The .
Special to The Journal. During the Past Seven cause given); Etheridge Norsworthy, guarantee on these gOOd. are that r
Bombay Dec. 22. Dr. von Lecoq, : 6 months, inanition; Bertha Ben I will elve a new pair on the return of [
s a scientific emissary of the Prussian Days. Barby, 4 years, (no cause given). the old pair, whether broken damaged; or J\
Colored-Child of S. Thevenot, still .
government has arrived at Srinagar worn out. Simply return the old pal t
after a journey through the most remote I born; Theodore Anderson. 3 months, of and get a new pair. '
Russian
portions of Central Asia. He dysentaryr. M. Keeling, 8 days: Story a Gun I All of the Wits brand will be sharpened '{ t
MARRIAGES, BIRTHS AND DEATHSAS j t
has brought back with him a quantity convulsions. free indefinitely. '
Used When Alaska Was [ 4
of highly interesting paintings on ARE OF RECORD IN THE
t
ELECTION OF OFFICERS. BY F. B.
stucco, the backgrounds in many i BRUCE :
s= cases' being of gold leaf as' in Italian OFFICERS OF.THE COUNTY COTTON SCREWMEN No. 3 i Russian America. 21 Brent Row. .

work and a number of manuscripts in I _______ I
JUDGE AND CITY CLERK. 'Cotton I
ten different languages and several The Screwmen's Benevolent '
unknown tongues. Dr. Lecoq's 'dis Association, :i. 2, held its annual Seattle. Dec. :%.-A gun of grue- t j,
The following Is a record of the meeting and election of officers Wednesday
the
coveries believed to constitute
are I
t some history is the old 'canon'which f
greatest archaeological find since the marriages, births and deaths duringthe night resulting as follows: fe
and Rawlinson. past week, as are of record in the President-Zack Mandeville.VlcePresldentW occupies a post of the after deck of I
.',- "J days of Layard.rte. offices of the county judge and city H. ...ackson.'r the tug Favorite which plies Puget tu '
clerk: Recording Secretary-A. S. Reache. 3 -I't
AroundChristmas BANKS TO.CLOSED Marriages. i i'r Treasurer-A. M. Johnson. Sound. Most guns have gruesome histories -]
White -Methenius Coleman and Trustees-William Robinson Scott I but the Russian cannon dates!
'The Banks of this city will closeat I Mary Cook; Antonio Jacklngs and Powers, Joseph Baker. back to a time and place when atrocities -;,, Buy !
neon. Monday. Christmas eve. Annie Cunningham: "'(lIter H. Wat- Relief Committee-Joseph County. I were! common. Here is the
People's Bank of Prnsacola, son and Isabella Chandron; H. II. Master of CeremoniesFrankSmith. story, as told by the sailors at Puget {
It's 'a har4 talk tailoring around / L. HiLTON GREEN. President Thompson and Annie Nobles; Youlie Sergeant-at-Arms-A. Iverson., When Russia, owned Alaska, the L I
mas too mariy American C.National%V. LAMAR Rank., PresidentFirst C. KIllebrew and Pauline Weaver; government was at Silks and the TWbIsRV tb )
in the air. .. _, : I National Bank of Pensacola, Charles I* Gonzalez and Mary Ann Russian cruiser PoUtkovsky was the!r i
WM. H. KNOWLES President Clark; Frank P. Stewart and Pearl C. NEW LIVERPOOL .guardian of law and order. They .
This ISN'T our ; l Butler; Robert U. Ierritt ..and Lava-I I PoUtkovsky carried a complement of; reputationTor f
son. I tus A. Jernigan; 'Geo. W' Eubanfcsand : French cannon of the latest mate ,
Doing a regular Minnie D. Butler; Daniel Spencerand I COTTON EXC"ANGEI and was a formidable fighting craft I Purity. j'c :
business;. to be.sure, 4000! 4000! Molsey Leggett; Minard B. Griffith While on a voyage of exploration In' c!
ledger shows a nice 'find Rosa )1c. air; Chapman L. the neighborhood of what la now} It E f
.j just as
crease over last ) Creighton and Maggie E. Merritt Valdez, the Indians attacked the crew usytoscCUtc .
to The,Journal. I f fy
we've got plenty of- What? Why, Records.sion Cr IorPd-John Rogers and EllaiWalker I t I Liverpool Dec.- %%.The new cotton I I but were beaten off without muchj I the pure article
to give your order ; Jacob C., Mllner and Ellen I|difficulty. In the melee, however two; for the that
has been opened I a me
and attention. : Jones and Ada Neely; exchange Just j of the 'Poiltkovsky's sailors moggy you
Frank I were IkllJE'd.
I Giles
Short ends 'of the l ) 35c,:Columbia 25c. Alex.;Nicholson and Daisy Bacorf; and that Liverpool it is the merchants finest exchange Ere claiming in the and. it so happened that two; for the adulterated. If
stock are 'being cI : Jos. P. Williams and Louisa, Smith; 'The of architecture !s i Indians were captured. In revenge| Pure Whisky is what I.pay I.
world stylo- you
Victor 35c 60c and $1.00.
I
greatly reduced Robert Anderson and Annie Howard; for the death of the sailors, the captain -, 1
prices.
Consider Will Jackson and Louisa McCarvey; classic, the Doric order being. used I i[ of the warship ordered the capS, waat, ask for .ri > jI ,I gt :
in the lower portico, and the iLonic
You can get any record you Will Henry Dixon and Lucilla Graham fives tied to the mouth.of the cannon
Black
and which t
Blue order in the collonnade i
;, Alex. McCant'and Anna Watts; upper and the cannon fired.The | "JESSE 1110 ORE r
and worsteds at from of hall and 4
the the
-.-< ;,\vaht at-the-" ? Henry Taylor and:Marian Hays; Archie makes root great Run of gruesome history has "un '
cent to 20 percent. di : : Evans and..Charlotte Walker. connects the towers which flank the ,not been fired for-man/years, and it J'i' K
bnildln .The towers at the anglesare N. GOLDRING.
fi
Births. would perhaps be unsafe to discharge;
'Music '
r Clutter* : House. White-To S. S.: Pinney and. wife, enriched _with sculptnred figures .,it As a curio however It is of unite' DISTRIBUTOR.PtNSACOLA. .
ftt
? symbolical of the arts, sciences of Interest. I FLA. :
pRICKETT, PERSON 6 Ia 1 ines .going.,.daily at ,$1 a* Colored-To boy. Simeon TJievnot and Industry. of: commerce and of two Handled .
Exclusively
TAILORS U .Bernt.. ". If wifea boy; to ,T. :Ix, Holt and wife, crowning flgnrea.the Mersey and-the EXTRA FIMC XMAS DINNER AT 'I by- -
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per week. a. girt i Ocean. The .building has been completed : THE SOUTHERN HOTEL. DON'TMISS THE'GEM SALOON, *
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I FRANK Incorporated.) \ Deaths. |I I IWMte I: ,In sixteen months and has i IT. CHEAPER THAN IT WILL I

B. GARDNER, I ; j Do you own one?, -3L.Ibach Pfeiffer, 2 years. !I i cost nearly 2.000.000. BE IF COOKED AT HOME. Riera & Schad Props. i, .



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PENSACOLA REAL ESTATE LESLIE. E. BROOKS, CANNOT r SPENDOCMAS }

i $225 i iI

1 Insurance & Real Estate v Iii


Is Enhancing In Value Each Day i iI -, .... 'BE STOLEN !-1 In Your Own I| T' ,$25 Cash, $10 per !



WE OFFER A: FEW BARGAINS ,:! sold Real on estate ommi5si bought n- Rents and I I IYou !J i With These Lots; no month.taxes No Interest, i I II


Wtilch will realize a good profit to you on short holdings ,and our HOME .

1 complete list Is always open for your Inspection. collected and repairs a There's just one kind ..
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Improved Property ed to. of that cannotbe I Iand :
tend-j
/ : I property
: have'40 lots between 9th. 10th and 11th streets and-betweea *

12TOO-Will buy a new, one-story cottage on East Gadsden street, centrally Can place your mone stolen frohi you and will find an up-to-date i 18th and 19th avenues; two blocks' from the East Hill car line. One i

located.. I J modern home.all ready to block from the bayou. I offer this property $225OG( per lot |25. J
i 12200-Will buy a 2-story dwelling and store building on the''northeast' real estate at 8 per,cent. I that is a piece of the sur I 00
( corner of Garden and 10th avenue. 'move ,Into oa, the 'northeastcomer' : down'and'the balance at 10.00 per month. I will CHARGE NO I\

$3350-Gett a bargain In 6 cottages on large corner, lot centrally. located FOR RENT. face of the earth. It's of 14 Arcnue: and West TEREST AND NO TAXES AND WILL; FURNISH AN ABSTRACT !
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on West End renting at $451 per year. : nTH EACH LOT FREE OF CO T. This is the
'?g50-Takes a very desirable brick bul'dlng: centrally located on large lot i I the most profitable, too, 'lith Btrest The price 13 right I ; cheapest propertyever +
z and carrying lease of five years at $900 per,year. 6-ro'om house, all modern '.. : offered on these terms In especially if that partic- .
: '
S i Unimproved Property.: conveniences, corner Jackson 'in $2400 can't buy Lots for Cash in this locality any cheaper We offer -
ular located '
i is
and Guillemard. piece "When we say modern, we I : them on terms that you cant afford to miss. These terms pet {

$2000 for 10 building lots on North Hill, fronting two streets. Pensacola. A -snlall pay- mean it has fioa poreslain! 'tub you 4n the same position as if you were' buying ,nearly two years
$5300-Gets a bay front location, containing 15 lots, In business center. at ,
asked for
from now prices now.
ia bath ,
ment down and the balance shower bath ani toilet -
: : More fortunes are made in Real Estate than in anything else. *

City Map + like rent, puts you rccm. $ &0); rang in kitcheqkith -You- may lay the foundation of your fortune by investing a few :

Have,you an up-to-date map of the city?'Phone us for one or send $2.00 J LESLIE E. BROOKS in possession of a piece. \\ hot and"coB', \ralef : 'dollars, in; these lots at this time. 4I +

by mail. J through the hou.j .- '
Rent Collections and Fire Insurance. I' A Merry Christmas to ; : b.lfeve'at.a conservative estimate that these, Totswill Increase *

". Real Estate 8 1 The house: situated upo- ": la,value 40 per cent. by the time' they are'paid ,for oa these terms. 1

Given especial attention. We solicit a share of your patron ge. all. .lot 70xlS2-G Trith south front :
and Insurance. JI

I i. HOOTON & WATSON | Phone- 462. 112 S. Palafox. :1 I I .wood Frait: ,. trees Louse.in jard. Coal and '* I EQl. ii: i F BROOKS Real! Estate and Insurance i it

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'f-1 J "THE'RENTALI, AGENTS, ,. | 1: McDAVID-HYEK' CO. well The constructed; first storY and "of I In everj trick I[t|A. LLULIL" Phons462 ',112 S. Palafox! St.t !


I -1 W'3Y is ideal little home, I f..o..6..8 ..........
: REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSURANCE. : A-pnta New Ycr an, t. I

No. 37 South Palafox St. Phone 54 THE BEST YETI! !i Life Insurance COm .1n7. If not: sold by January: 1st i

t Established 1879. i next. the property will be off i STORES FOR 'RENT
I ICO EAST GOVERNMENT ST.. L I ,
................................................. 1 I-k Phone 707 Pensacola. Fla. the markot at this'price.
Conn in early and let us !!
L=- I FOR RENT-From January I 1907 the
---' We have for sale lots in Work 101. East 1 I show '0;;. ,
King Tract at $100 each. Ja i>> down and $:> I j '

HELP WANTED. WANTED. per until month.paid for.Xo interest and no taxed I I ----- .-. --- --_. : I I.. douLe two-story stores, Nos, 9 and 1J If

A.'TED-Mtn tu' learn barber trade. WANTED-My friends and patrons to ,
Great demand for barbers. Top wages know that I will be in Pensacola the We have a nice comfortable house on I S. Palafox street and warehouse in rear 40
raid. Hundreds of good opportunities to remainder of the winter. Am prepared North Coyle etreet., that we can sell for I Lo S. BROWN & CO. i by
open business with small capitaL Few to do piano and organ tuning and repair $11K)) on easy payments. ,
weeks completes. Best chance In the ing at reasonable" prices. Satisfaction For<()) Sane REAL: :' ESTATE. LOANS AND '70 'now occupied by Wiruijohnson & Son.
world for poor man. Catalogue mailed guaranteed. Order by phone lii)!. J. We have a nice six-room cottage withlarge ,
free Mobler Barber College, Xew Orleans Conrad Scott 43 20 15th avenue 22duclw. lot, on East Hill, tr tar line and i M INSURANCE. I
,Tff %: I near bard road that we 'can fell for iI F. C. BRENT
to
Apply
BUIldIng.
WANTED-Partner hi mill business. $3000 This is one or ,the best 'bargains I fl.. Brent
Phone Thlesen Bld
.
ACTIVE salesmen earn $300: per tdelW-1 I :Must have experience and three or four offered here r .-ently. Will agree to carry I II I '
&<<,lllng. thousand dollars capital. Address "Part a mortgage for large amount of pur- -
mount as IIlde'1e. ltaplfl. ner," Care 'Journal. 19Det5t chase price at & per cenr. -
I peater. Manufacturers Box 1198, s_ I FOR RENT-Desirable: offices in the Brent
Louis j :Mo. 23decltWANTED :WANTED-Position by experienced ",lei One hundred and fifty by three bundred $3000 I
nographer. Legal work preferred Can feet on Little Bayou. with two cottages I I
-Al bookkeeper. Apply by letter i furnish good references. Address E. I... renting for $U per roontn. U.V9. Building.
for 512
at ones (not In person). One who J, Box :27S.. I8decl0tWANTED Westright street, a very de- -
has experience In retail store preferred. : I Ten lots on public square near the Ptrable S-room, and hall residence with lUP=TO ss DATE I : -

Please state salary expected., ,AVaUun. I. :: -Position as assistant book-I Stoddard property very cheap at $!l50., large lot. I 5
Parker & Reese Co. 23dec I keeper and for general office I "
young iady. Address stating wages. Box %:-stOI'}',- 10-room house,' with plot of I"I

VICTORS retail. Metropolitan EXCLUSIVELY.Talking Wholesale Machine and j| 14!. Evergreen Ala. ISdeUw D. HALE WILSON & CO. ground 140x200 feet, in excellent local- ORGANIZING"THE; J.. .

Co. Jacksonville. Fla. Agents wanted. I THE PUBLIC know tiat the B. IL it}; i... i-ash. balance on time. :Modern

dec23oaw2mo: : Fairchild. Co., is now prepared to renovate $1875 improvements.
I ll kind -of mattresses, pillows and 30 S. PAUFOX, STREET '

ANT INTELLIGENT PERSON may earn bolsters in first-class style, and at low- For 60 feet on the North Side of Government : :1' ;, Price; ., FLORIDA
$7* f.o $100 monthly corresponding for est prices;;; Ring up phone 485 write P. street by 125; feet on the east 5 i l $5500.
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newspaper. Sure steady work. 1"0nn"dSs.ng. 0. box 483 or'call lj: East Garden streetrpsta1r. PHONE 234 side of Maxent street., lias! a large; 2- .. ..
Experience unnecessary.Bend .- --- -
Sdeclm : story store and dwelling house on. .same. -
for particulars. Press syndicate, '

Lockporu N. Y. 21decSm ,- > .- ". .
,WANTED. TO RENT-A large house F0.kRENT.Two >
I[ close in. Will lease it if term are de- FOR SALE: Home Insurance CompanyOF
WANTED first -class barber at onc slrebla.,: Address Mrs. A. M., Care JournaL _
No booze lighters need apply. J. b. 27nov I large brick ..stores 140 and 106
.' Durham. 108 East Wright street. I II
FOR SALE-A modern wonder The to loan at lowest market rate'of
I me- Money East side of *
Tarragona street between
WANTED-Some.one of means:! who will cnanical accountant saves men mone!}. interest. MARIANNA FLA.
WANTED-Whlte girl to do general )i care for and educate brtjrnt boy. 14ye1rs ,brains Adds multiplies. sub=tracts. divides Romana and Intendencia. Elegant location ,
bou, 'A'ork.. Apply 1202 East Gadsden old. Apply Pearl Eagan Home or ,,by simply preying the keys. Easy Mortgages on real estate in this city
I .1-0' for
bought and sold. warehouse $3 .OO
street. 16dec2w purposes
Mrs. Wm. Fisher President. ISnovWANT13 to operate. Absolutely accurate. Two
sets dials by which can prove work as All of the Maxent Tra'ct west of "CV per month-for the:two.
WANTED-Manager for branch office we '-AH kinds beer t'ottls. I pay done. Has no lever. Casts but little.. A street now for sale. ''
wish to locate here in Penacola. Ad- 15c dzen.I ncnok all leading brandsof modern wonder Every office Siituicl have Capital Stock $2OQQQO
drecs. with references The Morris -wlrtrf. beers ana whisxles. and still' one. Terms. M. A.. Co... Box .%3. ..Pensa.I THOS. PEBLEY.!
Wholesale House. Ohio '
Cincinnati. -
manufacture that well-establiabed cot'gh cola. Fla. 23declm
lldeclm : medicine. Joe Roth corner Tarrag.: I -
Oovemment: S'::. lloct I Romana and Palafox.
TYPEWRITER OPERATOR WANTEDto : :FOR SALE-Four fine mules. two double Surplus Fund $20,000
take dictation from office grapho- TAILORIXG It Diamond. TtOor I wagons with harness, all in first-class
phone No knowledge of stenography Gent's clothing cleaned pressed and repaired condition: Can be seen at my place corner Fisher Real Estate Agency ...
needed. None but expert operator need on short notice. No. 11% We.t r 9th avenue and 10th' street D_ B: r FOR SALE.
ipply. Densmore machine used. Apply Government St, _IVnsacola. Fla. = \\ hite. 20declw* Is now organizing under the lairs of Florida to do a Fire Insurance

In person at once to The Clutter Music -- I COLLECTION OF RENTS business through the states of FLORIDA, GEORGIA NORTH
A
House. WANTED-A. R. Bingham wants your FOR b\LE AT A BARGAIN Harness .
lldec FOR SALE-Pointer puppies', beautifully
moving and hauling. Ha I CAROLINA SOUTH CAROLINNA, ALABAMA. MISSISSIPPI
graranteesall
factory and tannerj. conveniently located marked. Liver and white. RoyH ;jin-
\VA1\"TED-An experienced Grocery,clerk, breakage. I'hone .61(1. new buildings and up-to-date ma- SPECIALTY. gos t-gm, ,June ::. Sold one to S.
good salary to one willing to work. Ad- A.'lTED-T1le Merc'....nts iTansfer Co I chinery. Address "Factor*," Care this Brown. W. A. McCreary, Evergreen Ala.' -,
dress P. O. Box 374. 9decMISCELLANEOUS. wants your nvvj,' and hac'lng. All paper. 16dec3w Phone, 87. 206 S. Palafox'St. .. \, -.,.. :- .' 23dec
., : '
breakage guPTtnteeo; T. B. Thors n. ; .: '
Proprietor. Phona 978. FOR SALE-Two launches: one *6 O,-A, FOR-* ;ALE-:.Almost, new' Victor- tiled I Expects to make money limiting its lines; scattering its risks,
i 6>j feet beam; oak timbers; white cedarplanking Phonograph. with large horn. and J2 and going it tenderfooted' congested city.di tr1Cts. ',*
V.AX TED-All kinds of electrical work ? copper fastening; equipped with
records.: Wilt make irplendid Christmas
I sell all kinds of electrical batteries 'an '8 11.P 2-c>-Under.' 2 cycle Wolverine Address 422"West
and other "electrical! supplies When yen j I'engine. She has half-cab peed 7fe present. Gregorv22decSt I
GEO JOHNSON, Contractor and Builder need m* ring 2 12 jcr 9FS.!: E. W. Peake miles and in fire running condition. Price .
will give you estimates on all work New Star lAundry BIdz. t:. Garden. 751. IS-foot launch 6-foot
in ;
Will charge 'same'rates, and observe
I i t same
soIlrp: SHIP CHAED1ItS-IcKlnxI: O-i-tlng rulestof underwriting
Some
or out of town. Repair a specialty. Phone beam; kerosene engine, copper Very '
1063 hdeclw.* WANTCD: Jrecond-hcnd sacks of all descriptions : fastened in good working fl"d..r. 1'iice &' Co.. wholesale and retail.ship u-and- as other first-class. ;companies. .
S wanted If out of town, ship $150. Apply King & Runyan Pensacola. lers and groceis. Only first-class 'jiouse -
them to us;:I If in town ring u* up at Xo ldec of kind in,city: Fair prices to alt; -.
:MATTRESS AND FUR.1TURE-.fat. :u.. or bring them to us at corner of Des ab e/JHIom s"I' \ -. .,
tresses made to order and also ren- Chase: and Alcaatt Sta. F, & Mellen At FOR ALE-Two buggies very cheap. FOR SALE;;.:At :a bargain Barber's ,

sated; new ticks furnished New and Co 2Sjmy Apply: lOt_East Wright street ISdeclm Outfit,, odd': ail new; on pf-cond-hand furniture, modern bai-beeclrairi One dozen excellent razors,
or antiQue -
bought and fold. Davis Manufacturing FOR S\LE-ThorougMv good 'piano'and For Sale, mugs 'brushes and combs Address 'J
Co.. 111 East:: Belmont street MONEY TO almost new Apollo Piano player with I M. Armstrong Sneads Fla. Saeclm $19< per chare goes into the,surplus fund':andremains, with and

Phone 771. 24nov LOAN.THOS about *ift> pieces I of reJect music for '' follows the stock The stock certificates :'recite1" on .their face that
saleheap to quick purchaser.. Address, I FOR SALE-Bargain in 'fi.room'cottage I
F. d::: Mariner Bobt>.m'a. Fla 12dec I at Cottage Hill,.Fla. Terms to-suit. One $110 per share has been paid for same, $100 of which has gone to capital
MISS LEIL REESE baa fresh cut flow- PEBLEY-Money to lonn. ..
Upstairs I acre fruit flowers and garden. Address stock .and$10 to the surplus account.
ers on band. Orders taken for specialoccasions. ; corner Pal "ux and Romans: Rts.Sdec.
I
Sdeclw
FOR SALK-?n'.arprDt country place 7 Egbert Beall.
Phone :s: ISnovlm _ wiles from Penbacola. short mile: west I .
of Olive statIon! and po=tofBce. known as FOR SALE and Immediate delivery, one --
On West< Gadsden south\ fronton
I !! street.
WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP We UNLIMITED amount of money to loan 7-mlle house on old Jackson road 30 acesfemed automatic ,tandem compound center
are now In cur new quarters 214- E. I on all kinds! of personal prllpt'rtf't> I and cros>:;-fenced, with woven wire home car house line, a In two-story splendid condition, S-room, modern reienth. crank steam enrtneof about 150 horsepower Stock will be paid for as follows: $10 per share with the application
Intendencia. entrance also cial rates to business men on large -I fence,* balance pertly cleared" I ,'and two return tubular! boilers. 72
fine
at 215 Roman I partly and $50 per share January 1st, and $50 share
overhauled 1st
The New York Loan Co., 201 W. throughout painted; byIe feet IOI.R For full per April next.
and prepared to do everything In wa"onand I I timber Fine '>al>8. pear chestnut: and i inches diameter
PaUTox. Phone:0. :rjec : i gas. city water bathlarge. deep lot. best Stone & Webster
carriage budding and repairing' EL other tree Stream running thiough. i I neighborhood in .dt.sSoo"OJ.room : ., particulars apply Eng.
L Herring. Phone 923. City. Uoct.- I I I many springs; on place; also horse buggy. ,, Corporation. Box 830. Pensacola. Hnov
UNLIMITED:: amount of money to loan on j harness wagon and 31- OFFICERS.
't, all kinds personal property. on short I I room houses. 1 50-foot rb"e.tO1h two cottage anti 'ball bath and DIRECTORS.
:MATTRESSES RENOVATED-New tick 'notice. Terms IZasj. Get m> rates rooms 1 :;-foot barn and other outhouses I shower bath.hot and cold'water cabinet FOR RENT. M. L DEKLE. President First Na.
furnished If desired.Guarantee Car fore going elsewhere btar: Loan be.1 I Suitable for sanitarium country !mantles modem throughout. occupying JOHN H. CARTER President tional Bank of Marianna Fla.
pet taken up and matting laid. Leave 116 South Palafox. Phone 919. :: :club, factory brewery or stock farming a '4 block of ground on East Hill. block FOR RENT- From the 1st of January -- S .JOHN H. CARTER. President First
order at Watson, Parker Reese Co.sj I from car line, good neighborhood-$3000.; t '. National Bank ox Quine Fla.
Reason for selling-owner has no one to the-store No. 329 Government St. W. II. MILTONVicePresident.. )
Wesley Duncan. Tsept {5000.0<' ta loan on good: security. E. N. DEKLE President First Na.
renva- :manage! place. Great bargain as Investment now occupied by N. Goldrinsr., as a bar- ".
I cola ,-TTJBtment Com any.3ooct I, or for one looking for good fanning; I Modern 5-room ccttag. reception hall. f room. Inquire of Mrs. S.: Beirne, No. 217 ; MOSES GUTTOX- Vice-President.- W.tional H. Bank of Chipiey President Fla.
:MILTOV UPITOLSTESINO SHOP-Wil :Iand.o'or particulars address E. IV' large front gallery, on corner lot 50xUH North Cevsllus 81. :3decl MILTON First
Mlms. Proprietor. Furniture re MONT LOANED on real estate and Peake. Pensacola. Fla.. New Laundry I I twn blocks from car line on East Hill; t National Bank of DeFunI .k. FlaIL .
pallin of all kinds, carpets laid furniture !| per.uc&] property on short notice building, East Chas street Idec house new: lot nicely laid off wth pretty FOR RENT At Big Bayou. '7-room. %-1 P. MULKET. Secretary- ,and JUDGE B. H LIDDON. Ex-Chicf
Justice of
packed for ahI P1n6. Phone S3: Teruuj easy. J. W.tullard, 2SU:: South'PaJ'ex I I I'I flowers, large stables, fronts &outa. It ,- dory house. Bath and kitchen, all fur HON. Florida.Treasurer.
MOSES
Next to: Tampa landing 22aprliIt St. Phone 1144. : FOR 1tfool mamelm"b'rn timber I lis heap at $2450.00. : I nished. J20 per month, also 4-room, kitchen ,. President of the GUTTON.Company. Vice.
land. saw and and hall unfurnished. 1750. Fi-her
ALFMAN-Tin Copper and Sheet I cAN LEND TOUR MONET at eight mUL 32-roon hotel at a bargain. Sev-I I Real Estate Agency, 20S South Falafox. M. GUYTO f., ," .Auditor.- WM. B. FARLEf. EsttTsecretary
Iron Worker; cornice work and skylights -I eec e nt. If you have any that )oj eral good farms and town properties. 16dec OfMtanflaBoarTrada.Applications
a specialty; roofing. guttering and %aat interest on. see me about It. i' Write Gentry &. Setterlind. Chipiey., Fla. ,. .
r :>a1rlng. 109 East Government opera ill be absolutely safe on real estate :::sept FOR 'tiENT-Two nice double stores'on .
).ous building. Phone 560. Residence security. Leslie E. Brooks. Phone 462. East Intendencia street between Pala
phone 1316. PANAMA CANAL EDITION ff The fox and Tarragona. Inquire at the Fisher will be received by letter accompanied by check for
I MONEY TO LOA."l-E'erybody borrows Journal magnificently illustrated;: Real Estate Agency. 22nov -
J. H. PORTER MOlmaker 71$ South money from Jno., A. Hall &; Co.. 141, magazine, containing scores o?.tiows o* $10 per share on the,amount subscribed at,
1 Palafox street. Orders taken for tents. Government. StWhen In need callA the city and harbor. To.' sate! t ell/ J.Bullock Jr.Real FOR REVT-\. R. Btnsham has etorars
awnings camp stools and house cots US.jiONEY book stores or at The -Journal office Hy room for rent suitable for funiturr ,
etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan mal1a. %0 cents. Luau t or other good 1)4 and 106 South TarLOSli. The First National Bank, Pensacola 11ar1anna
:
LOANED on all kinds of per- 'egossa street. ,Phone 'U ,;Fla
conal property on ,short notice. Terms SALE; OR RENT ,Fla. American
FOR -One of finest X..Uonal'Sank.-
.;esy. J. B. Gray & Co. 2 W. Romana. farms In West Florida, SV titles from Estate and ,,Mortgage Loans ': ," .. J
HOTELS. [cone 1163. ieo Chipiey. 140 acres in cultivation; fine :t torida National Bank "'. i

buildings. Cash rent $150 p.::r acreL.. Room 302 Brent Building. ". '-.- Jacksonville Fla.' ,; '
UNLIMITED amount of money to loan C. Ridenou'- Chip'ey! Fla. 14dec2w ,
-n all kinds of personal .
HOTEL property. Sp -
)1.XIlATTA.European plan LOST-Black and tan hound. two years
c.cl rates to business
New management Remodeled men on large fine tract of land Phone 637 -
and refurnished f-ns.' The New York Loan Co.. 204 FOR S.\I.E-A near old. weighasbout 60 pounds. Answersto -
throughout. Rooms single or :"vth Palafox. li city. Part heavily timbered; part name "Black.' .Reward for iMurn to
insults with private bath. K.ectric bells.1ampie I cleared. Call phone 285! ; or address 1102 114 East Bobe St. Iddeclw Information
rooms. Upstairs corner Garden East Gadsden. ISnovlmCONKEY'S .For further address ..
nnd Bavlen. Phone 1528. Mrs. K. lL ,
M<'Brearty. Proprietress. 22dec BOARD AND ROOMS.FOR celebrated Roup Cure. Cholera '
FOR
', cure lice and mite UJTer as well SALEt EVENSVILLE
LocKHART HOTEL. Lockhart. Ala.. It.1 as an unexcelled Egg/ Pre 1ucer All & THE FLORIDA HOME INSURANCE COMPANY
RENT-To furnished ,
new management, newly renovated rooms guaranteed and a splendid fade of t .
nke rooms. Bath and all accommodatlons. -' able for light housekeeping. Apply 3..1 t wheat that will make your fowj lav. }o'.
: attention to West Chase street ::dec i Mellen & Co.. Pensa Fla. _
Special travel'ng! n>en. S o.a. Phone I TERRE HAUTE : MARIANNA FLA.
Special rates to weekly boarders. J. LARGE front room nicely furnished 234. 7nov I
Rodgers Prop.
Snoy with or without board. Phone S6j: 415 r -
SALE Corns
West FOR quick If you want RAILROADTHE a
Gregory hdeclw them. Two cheap horses two good $3200. -
BROWN HOUSE-DeFurtas _
Springs. ,
ones and one high-class:: saddle horse. Is -
Good beds. airy rooms elegant meals; FOR REXT-One large room. furnishedor all I have left of the car load I got last Buys ft new. modern.up-to-date home DIRECT LIME Trt
bath and
free attention to traveling sample rooms. Special unfurnished. Apply,24 South Spring Monday. I also have two secondhandtop two stores, with eight rooms. receptionhall J. S. REESE, P.., M. CART.. 3. W. DOuR W. K. QUDfA .
day. J. K. Brown men.Prop.Rates $2.00per 'street only 2 blocks from Palafox. 19de buggies! in good condition for sale and bath on corner lot and near carline President Vice-President. Cashier! AssistantCashIer.THEPEOPLE'S .
cheap. T. E. Welles. ISdettf on East HilL This borne is a bar- CHICAGOand
FOR REXT-Rooms for rent with BANK OF PENSACOLA.
HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open ail privilege gain at the price. which can not be duplicated -
the
)'Nr. American and European of light housekeeping! Phone and FOR S.-\LE-J'ult! received fresh flashlights in the. city.' Take a look at it before CAPITAL 100000. SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $25,000..
Sl'Ot.ldl summer rates. First-class plan.In Bath. Apply hOt East Jackson t>t. SdecICOOMS and launch batteries. Phone you Invest. a'l points in the _.DIRECTORS

every resject.; Pleasant and conven- TO RE\'T-B.-st 345 B.V.. Peake. New Star .Laundry J. J.'HOOTOX. It. M. CART. L. J. REEVES,
lent. Mrs. T. L. Bowen. ProP.. Pensa- B. in city. Mrs. M. building. $1350. and Northwest. W. A. D'ALEilBERTE,; J. S. REESE W. DeC KESSLER
co!&. Fla. l apr Preston. 12S3 Last Government: St. A General Banking Business. Transacted and Accounts Solicited; Ship Disburse
!OdecBOOMSNicely FOR SALE-One tine wan Case 25 feet mentj given Special Attention. .
Burs a pretty home'site of bv* Jots.facin& ,
BAY HOTEL-Open right and day. European : locg. 8 feet high with ribbon case 10
plan. Rooms light and clean. furnished upstairs. convenient feet long. separate. Will make tine display cast on nth annue.Oe.w. Citi.:
" Transient trade solicited. to car line, with or without case for any kind of c bandlse. Rouni- H
ST3-57J Soutb I ExcetiohaIIyLow' :
Palafox. Jos. S. Nicoiax Prop. ;I i board.C 1202 East' Gadsdea street Sdeclm Apply to E. ,L., Reese. 17 ,Nortii Palafox .. ;;;. Pre 14'ent. .71(0. B. 1 SSzY. Secretary, iCAaV

t ..- -- JOnovlro .4 Trip Rates to all Summer
NICELY FURXISHSD ROOMS for rent. FOR SALE-Hous and lot at 1015 East ) ao.
FOR ADOPTION. I IFDR witn or ..without board. Table board. Jackson street. $1600. Apply to 'G."A, Tourist Points.D. c ,
I JJ' Phone, 'gas and bath. Xo. 3 Palafox. Dohlstrom, 1013 East Jackson street or Co R.YAEOEIR(( 1'R..1. ...'. and WtUfl Dealer '

ADOPTION"-One orphan boy. 27nov 818 South Palafox. 'f :, Anthracite$ anti
year old: .\\'ill bt- given for : : 43 a. Palafox St. 372.COAL
to responsible parties. For particulars adoption C 3.00125-Two suitable Jor light furnished housekeeping.front rooms. FOR SALE CHEAP Alropst :7noYlm.t 200 Thiesen Building. H. hi-nan., 's. L. Rogers., : Corner Tarragona I
Use
apply Pearl Kajian Home, or ilrs. Urn. i ,of phone and bath Apply sii East & Sons' piano In handsome G. P. 4- T. A. ,.; General Agent .. ,Yard. phones 8 and
FUnr;, President" ISnnr 'fif'.-' r Phone M7 25nov J b's case.A"Knin bargain.. fctf.Piano..i> v.jan.k-t.e; ,keen- Phon? fiAA:; ;, Fv,., -w-
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THE, PENSACOLA. RKAL ," SUNDAY .-M %U J N G., DECEMBER_ 23-! 190*. r t .1 ACC SEVEN. .tf F


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1 5EERA6E[ E PIPE TWO' lifiG fIRMS : < :





i YOUR SUIT FOR CHRISTMAS si ARRIYES AT : ,. TO... :MER.GLON I... More Suggestions t 0 4... ii ,





< Is here, and ''at.a. price to suit any .. FOR THE: aa I

lAST J N. 1. '

pocketbook. Some special l prices_ to I I I 1. '


rnc6IIa1loccD Clotbcs Xmas buyers I I r.\ I Christmas Shopper 'I .c 1 : 'i


1And I I$22.5Q.Ments'Suits I Is, Being Placed on the Lewis Bear Drug Co. and i. ,-
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$19.00 Streets to Be Laid at : Lewis &--Co. to Consolidate : Cigar SetsLadies' .Jewel Boxes : : .

20.00 Men's Suits 16.75 An An Early Date.. i Hand Bas. Fern Dishes : 3
t on That Date.On '"
Ladies' Card Cases Music Rolls : 'j
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18.00 Men's Suits 15.25 i Ladies' Pocketbooks Post Card AlbumsPoker i. ,, .I

!r The sewer pipe, the non-arrival of 1, The Lewis Bear Gentlemen's Pocketbooks SetsPlaying : 1'
15.00 Men's Suits 12.00 j which had delayed the sewerage work \ January t .. t_ !
; to some extent has arrived at last Drug' Company and Lewis & Cov Tourists' Cases Card Sets. =: ": I

I and in such quantities as to afford wholesale druggists will consolidate. i Sponge Bags Hunters' Flasks l ,. II 1

$6.00 Boys' Suits $5.15 plenty. of material for the workmen 'Lewis & Co., will, then wind up Its Cases ,,,
fcf several weeks. The pipe is being Utility : :
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affairs and close up Its business. -:"';' II
J 4 5.00.Boys' Suits 4.25 & I|"placed in various portions cf the city I East Government: .'street, and iu future
inhere it is to .be laid as I
I I soon as pos- -
&! conducted in The A HOLIDAY GIFT .!
r Ithe( business will be ? : : I i

4.50 Boys' Suits 3.75 & !1 I j sible.Moat of the pipe is being placed in Bear Co. building, corner Pala-

> '&I the lower portion of the city as it is !fox and Main street and the firm For any-of friends'can easily be selected -j i
4.00 Boys' Suits 3.35 i the intention of the contractors to will do business under the name of i your i :

S !confine operations to this section Co. from, our large and varied assortment. We can show
The Lewis Bear Drug : }
; \'I 3.50Boys; Suits 2.95 ,during the'next few months and when :
will 111
& : The of both companies ,
> t owners '
thousand different articles for the .
i I this portion of the work Is completed form themselves into a corporation' : you,over a holiday : ii

3.00 Boys' Suits, 2.60 i i I to commence Sarcity in of the Workmen.residence section. with "a capital of $25,000, of which i t, trade and prices are right. We bought a line of samples : d'.f 1 //I

I Morris Bear will be president and MaxL. .
2.50 Boys' Suits J.90 i I The fact that sufficient workmen Bear treasurer, and Mr. Lewis a from one of the largest houses in the South and.. '

ti i I[I cannot work to be a secured great extent.is retarding The non-the conducted manager. The on a business much larger will then scale.be the largest in the East. Buying this way enables us to 1i


j \ .: For holiday presents see our line, of fs.i I|arrival long delay of material and .now caused men cannot the first be and Traveling the wholesale men. will be drug put business on the road In i give you a tar er assortment at a better price than is i ; '

Ties. and in i: secured in sufficient. numbers to make I this territory will be developed to its a usually offered at most stores for the Christmas trade. :
fancy Suspenders fancy !I the work progress as fast as the,contractor ; fullest extent. The firm will also engage -
desires. Some of the which will of value in making 'selections
:
gangsof In the manufacture of prepara- prove great :
's. boxes. Suspenders 75c to $1.50 Tips men are short from six to eleven advertised and put
; tions which win be 'There hundreds and to fully t
men each and more gangs are also i : are more, appreciate '

to 75c. Handkerchiefs, silk and ii ii25c :, desired.laborers:About are one needed hundred but it addition is im- on the.marketThey will. handle business everything and pertaining Pensa : the vastness of? our display, it is necessary that i : :
to the drug
7 linen with initials; Fancy Vests to secure them even when cola will boast of a first class wholesale : ., you give a, liberal allowance of time while on your : t' t
pay offered is $I.0 per day. house.'

j .. Hosiery Cuff Buttons-Scarf Pins and tal The city is also desirous of secur- Lewis drug& Co.. entered Into businessIn : shopping tours to their inspection.Manicure i ,f.
more men for its street work at '
Pensacola about two ago
years : Sets of Every Description, Military .j;
same rate of pay, and would em- having moved here from Marianna :
numerous other things that make good t I ploy about twenty if they could be se- and the; firm has prospered since Its : Hair Brushes ,Collar and Cuff Bo es, Powder and : !

Xmas cured. establishment here. The Lewis Bear : Puff Boxes Hair Receivers Mirrors All Kinds and a } J.I .
gifts. .. Mayor Bliss stated yesterday that Drug Co. was organized less than one ,

he intended to Instruct the marshalto year ago and It has also thrived during i Styles, Candelabras l Perfumes Imported and Domes- i i
that the laws were I
see vagrancy this period The consolidation of .
WM.JOHNSON: & SON enforced strictly as there is no ex- these two successful firms only means : tier Shaving Sets, Shaving Mugs and Brushes, Comb : tf I II

t cuse for any one loafing: with the that the busfness will. be handled on : .
amount of work that is now to be a, larger scale. I; and Mug Sets, Writing> Portfolios Handkerchief and a '4
THE BIG STORE. and the idlers will ( -
done in Pensacola
Glove Boxes,Cigar Stands Hat and Clothes Brushes ) '
I be given the preference of going.: to Z Z I

? work or leaving.the. city. : Baby Comb and Brush Sets, Pipes,'All Kinds; Cigars 2 t :

------------------ INQUIRIES FOR "
BILL OF FARE t t in boxes from 12 to 100. tHUYLER'S

:I block tion Co.3b,to Beach Miss Haven r.: P. 'Tract Caldwell-$?-5.Lot OO.1 M. A. BAKER & CO. : Candies in 1-2, 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5-lb t ;:a

REAL L ESTATE Prnsacola Development and 1:1 MANUFACTURERS i The Escambia Hotel.I' a t E'l. -
tion Co. to J. L. W. Stl'wart-l.ots boxes and fancy baskets. Known the world over. '
and 12. block 129. Beach .Haven Tract.9.00. Seamless Turpentine Stills, .
I$. I CHRISTMAS DAY. 'PENSACOLBONDS
Francis L. Churchill to M E. Clark-I Pensacola, Fla.All -
Lot 11 and the west 17 feet of.lot 12. block : Oysters on Half Shell Consomme RojalOwen W. A. D'AlembertejDruggist f1
,11. Belmont Tract-<1.00. J I' Turtle ;
TRANfERS ,lame A. Spann to :Mrs. N. V. Clopton I Simmered Trout ., Lemon Juice !
i-Lots 18 to 23; Inclusive block. 39, West Olives Celery Pickles J
.00.I Lettuce
King Tract-$1275 I' Sliced\ Tomatoes Young
I I John \\.;Dean to John Dean & Ruby Boiled l Westphalia Ham Red Wine Sauce !
Dean-Beginning GO feet from the north- Leg of Mutton Crabapple Jelly I and Apothecary. q ;
I east corner of King and Gonzalez streets, Prime Ribs of Beef, au jus i i 1
.The following is list of the ''and running north :30: feet, thence east Barbecued Pork .
a complete
110 feet thence bouth 30 feet, thence 'Veal Peanut Dressing
week Real Estate as furnished transactions by the for Pensacola the past investment west 110 feet to point:of. beginning, and 1 I Tennessee Roast Turkey Cranberry Sauce i 121 S. PalafoxSt. i '
Co.: being in block 49. East King Tract-51.00 :Po. \ed.Teal.flock,, ;Apple Sauce.
December 17, and other considerations; Chirftn Patties Many Letters Being Received '
M. A. Nordbtrom to \\'N.1906.H. Knomlet, D. Hale \\ilson to Leslie F. Brooks-All! I New York Plum Pudding Brandy Sauce ......................................mm.......41.
Trustee-All of block 351. and the north. & of block Salad a la Jardiniere .
in Frac Sec grantors 4.. Tp H:2 S.undivided R 30 W:interst Frac- 230:: New City Work Tested and Guaranteed Egg Punch Asking,:For. Information r
t
fee 49, J S Reese to Scott M. J.nftln-A i undivided Write for prices. We interest Potato Puffs Browned Sweet Potatoes
Tp : S R :30: AV Frac % Sec 4S, us can you.
interest in blocks 297, 302, 32J and of Corn
Tp2 S. R 30 W-J400.00. Cauley Cooked Rice Flo\el jJ
S2J. New Tract $100.0* and other About the Issue. :
W. T. Jones ft al to J. Whltlnc Hyer 1 City Brouchette Tomatoes : : .r
valuable con iderations. Domestic Peas ;

All west'* of pine t-the, of timber northeast the northeast 8 inches of 24 Sec and. and up. the on east the, i tots Wm.6 E.to Anderson 15, inclusive to,J.block W. 174 Bullard-, NewCItY500.00. MCMILLAN BROS.CO. \' \sparalCUs1t't1ps Buttered Beets on Toast R
;i :: Tp 1 X I Pie
R Louis 30 w-holey o0.00.), Jr. et al to Louis Bole>- : December 20. 1906. ; Chocolate Pumpkin Ice Meringue Cream and Assorted Mine Cake Many Inquiries are now being: received Give a Bank Accountfor j jf
AU right title and interest in and to all State of Florida to Kdwin Senior-Lot TI Nuts and. Crackers In the city regarding the Issueof r
Bent's
real estate In Escambia County. Florida. 16. north side of block 84, Belmont Num- OF Roquefort Cheese bonds Pensacola. The mayorIs
Funding In the name of Lizzie Boley- bering. Sec 28. Tp 2 S. R 30 W; bouth 60 Fruits by
Jl.00 and other valuable considerations. feet of lot 4 and of the west 1 i of lotS as Cafe Aux Lalt In receipt of communications from k
Pensacola Development and Cons Co. block 48, Sec 19. Tp 2 S, R 30 W; EJO e'biJ Dinner Served 1 to 3 p. m. a number of parties residing In money
to "l Vandiver-Lot 9, block 30; feet of the south IOU feet of lot 1. Christmas
Gift
let l 3, bloc 11 J, Beach Haven Tract block 58. Sec 19, Tp 2 S. R 30 W; lro\i3i centers who are prospective biddersfor f a !
170,00.Penoacola. block 32. Sec 26, Tp 2 S. R 50 w; BIG SWINDLE AT the Issue, and the fact that these
Development & Cons Co. to g, Mock lie...dec 2$. >Tp Z 8, R 30 W; letters being received shows that I
B. Oref'nWOOd-BlO\k 77, Beach Haven E '1:1 feet of lots IS to Z:, block 111, Sec are j
Tract-*35.00. !Ii, Tp 2 S. R 39 W; The north\ot block! Pe acola's credit is good, and that : :
J. N. Andrews to L. O Kauffman-Lots 211, Eaction 28. Tp Z S, R 30 ; Lot 6 LAST CLEARED! UPS there will be many bidders for the Is-
4 and s. block 111. New City Trait-Jl.Ofl block 1, boneison Tract-$31. 38 ;
and other valuable considerations. Annie Kreuger to'Louis Boley-AH I sue.The One of the most desirable gifts that call be givenIs ,
A. A. Fisher to Johnson Toler-Lot 12. right, title and interest in all real estate """*""*" issue will be for a total of ,
block 101. Fast King Treat,. east of Tarragona standing in the name of Ltxxie Boley in ecial to The Journal. $450,000 and preparations for authorizing a bank book with a small deposit. I
street-ISO.00.December. Kjteambla County Florida-$1,00 and MOBILE,ALA., Malta, Dec. 22.-The local newspapers -
] bonds
other valuable\ considerations.. the issuing of the are
18 1906. are recalling an episode just A DOLLAR WILL START IT
Cell Kllb_ to Louts Boley-SI.00 and December 22, 1906 which shows that now being made an ordinance to
other valuable considerations. The north D. Hale Wilson to Geo Moore-Lot 5. renewed recently this effect being before the city
U of lots 25 and IS. Sec u1ie Tp 1 S. R Lock! 132. East King Tract, east of Tarragona truth is stranger than fiction. Two amount to be and it will begin to work at once drawing interest.
council. The largest
39 W-}1 00 and other considerations street370.00.Thos. nicknamed the Fly
!!. C- Watson to'Mahaly Floyd-Lot ignorant women invited, expended for any one purpose is This account will prove a sthnulant to the recipientto
Ephratm Isom to Robert N. Kittrell west of and. the Magpie respectively
13. block 12S East King. Tract this amount will
Bonds to
The north H of the northwest \i of the Tarragona street-$50: .On. MARIETREPORT a decade ago investments at some 250000. add more to it, thus instilling the saving habit.
northwest H of Sec 2:, Tp 1 X, R :31 W, R. H. Turner to The C. H. Turner 600 cent per annum be sold for the purchase or erectionof
:) acre more or less-|loo.on. Cons Co.-Part of Arpent Let 66, containing per that much as a' water works plant. Other expenditures -
A. A. Fisher to Jos. Watkins-Lot It, It was computed as
/ 128 feet
223 ft on Chase street by will be $100,000 for street
block 189. West King Tract-J35.00. Alcan'z street-$1000.00 and other valuable $1,250,000 had been lodged with them
5'andl16 inclusiv. S. Reese- New on considerations. f NAVAL STORES.Savannah. and they stowed the money away in paving and $100,000 for sewerage."PROCLAMATION. .
to to %0. e, block 145 Wm. A.'Wllliami to J. B.. Steward-Five .' .
Ga.
Dff. 2J
-The naval boxes, flower
Clt$1000.U0 and other valuable considerations. petroleum tins soap .
; acres of land In the southwest '* of fec stores market closed tdny follows
u
I I 10 Tp 1 S.'R 30 W-$1.0* and other valuable ivw ................................6 j i: pots and diminished It by the Interest Br the authority and power In me vest FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF
JL. A. Fisher to J. C, PebleJ. -Beginning I considerations. IVG ........................i........6 T. which as in the case of the ed. I hereby Five permission to all parties -
on the east line of block :2. West King Admr. Eat. of Rufus'J., Kamundson to N ..,................................6M Syndicate in the to shoot fireworks beginning Monday untilmidnight ,
Tract. Btlmont Numbering.: S3;; feet south Robert L. t41tm\U1dlOn-Tbe east 10 feet of K .............J....................3 SO Miller Franklyn December( 24 19M. and continuing PENSACOLA. FLA. i ,
of"west the CO northeast feet thence corner at right thence angles running south lot 13 and the west 20 feet of lot 12, and K ...................................5 1.It United States. was met for some time.I Tuesday January and 1.fire 1907. The is ) -
of arras
the north 61 feet of the west 30 feet South Sea Bubble days seemedto use of torpedo canes
The
II 5 feet thence of east SO feet. thence northto lot 15.: all in block 42. Donelaon Tract. ':::::'.:'.:::'..:::::::::::::::::::::: +: and the swindle prohibIted. also tire crackers more than 1
point beginning-1100 00 and other returned
have and three
valuable considerationsJ. 231Exers. G ..............tF ......................t 1:'sD the I one-half inch In' diameter Designated Depositary W cite United Stat.. '
of Wm. Fisher to BenJ Ed- .. ... .. ... .... has never been cleared up'despite inches in length. 1.
J. Bullock Jr. to J E. Baa.rsts ''' .' '' I and seal this 2Ind
G and 7. block mundson et al-The east It feet of lot 13 1' .. .. ..' .. .: OS efforts of the authorities. The fact, Given under my hand
1W. New
and otber valnable considerations City Tract-U.\ and the" west 20 feet of lot 12. And the ::: : :: :: ::: .::.:.: .. ..i eiC Fly" has now become a i idestit.ute day or Decemte..CIIAe .
Mary A. Kittrell to Robert 110. Kittrell. northl:31 (block f 42. Donelson Tract feet-of$330.lot .. . ::. :.:.. r that "The charity hospital patient Is i li BLISS Mayor. .w. H. Knowles. President W. K. Her. Jr.. V1ce-Presid and Cuhler. j
5 1-10 acres In the southeast U of.the l in Spirits Turpentine C8U cnta. I The W. Brent Asst Cashier.> W. N. Roberts Ass't CaahUr. f
and Cons. Co.
southeast U of Sec $, Tp 1 N, R 31 W Pensacola Development taken to indicate the money is all XIIow.... i
Herman 'hullOc-l.lOt 13, block 79, Directors-T. C.Brent. W..A. Blowt. W. H W. 1C Hyer.Jr..
to
I +
:
ISO 00West I Beach Haven Tmct-JS3.00. PeicacoU Gotten Market. gone.. 1>. O. Brent. '.::
Pensacola Laud Company to J. I Pensacola Development and Con?. Co. i iHere's PENSACOLA BOYS
M. Muldon-Starting at a point on the 1, block 113 Beach The following I-ensaccIa cotton quotations --- t
JA-l..ot
E
J.
to r
I'shore of Bayou Chico :& feet east of the I Haven Tract-$35.00. are furnished by J. P. OConcof&
southwest of the Waxent
corner tract f
thence north parallel with the west line I t Co.. P. O B. cotton brokers. .Penszccla.Florida ; THE VICTORS
Maxent Tract 319 fret :
of westerly the 25 feet to the west line of thence the DROPPING-CAGE it Good Middling .o.....................1913 whiskey J.
Maxent Tract thence north along the I' KILLED MINERS Strict Middling. ..................'....-..10Middling I ,.
west line of the Maxent Tract 27 fet-t ..............................34 that will appeal especially to those -
thence east 252 feet thence in a southerlydirection Strict tow Middling ......:........... better-the t FOOTBALL Would Like Account For l 1
who something GAME OF PLAYED a Savings a
to shore of liajou Chivo, thenc-e I St. Louis Dec ,22.-One miner is Low AllddlLig .......................1 S:4: I I want IN Anybody
fong shore of Bayou Chlco to point of known to be dead and five others are discriminating class who know : .

valuable gtnntng-I.00 considerations.and other good and I believed to have been killed by "theI < :and appreciate a' .good whiskey. YESTERDAY: AFTERNOON I'I'i Christmas Present; It's a Common Sense : J JTho'

Pensacola Development and Cons true- I dropping ofva.cage today in the shaftof PENSACOU TUG I I MARK ROGERS is a particularly WITH NAVY YARD
ion Co. to W. W. Brooke L*>t 3, blot'k!I the Breeze-Trenton Coal :Mining i
"14. Beach Haven TractB.tW.Pensacola I 111. I smooth, fine old whiskey, pf TEAM. Novel Proposition ,
Development and Construc I Company at Carlyle i
WILL BE' .OlDJ: I superior quality; pure, uniform i .

-;.- ._ i; ; and well aged. Made for discrim- I I
r------- I You can open an account for anyone
!! t-
selected
Carefully
people.
inating the
| The Pensacolag Jr. and Nay
: f\ f I choice grain is used, :and the distilling Yard' elevens played an Interesting you like. We will furnish the Pass 4

Hostetter's t' 'PAPERS BEING PREPARED. ; FORJ_ t is in charge of experts who game of football yesterday afternoon, Book with the name and any amount '

j :TRANSFER OF TUG :MARY i iJ ,: use a process that has been : which Pensacola resulted,boys by in the a victory score of for 28 the to you wish to deposit entered thereon. r.

Stomach Bitters J LEE. handed down for generations.: ,0. The Navy Yard team was consid- Also Home or Pocket Bank, if desired. .

Good whiskey good medicine. -I t icrably weakened by the absence of

Carry bottle home with you for ; several of their best players, while .
a
I STUMACg Has been proving for S3 Years Its wonderful abij,',(XS sideboard and Pensacola] did not- have three of
i i your AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
T The tug Mary Lee, which has been
TO RESTORE Broughton -
THE APPETITE.. towing in Pensacola harbor for many.t medicine chest. their best players, OXJuldlng. 'j'jWe
TO AID DIGESTION.TO and Watso11I .
1
OPEN CLOGGED BOWELS.TO years is to be sold and: In fact the;i MARK ROGERS The following were the players of OPERA HOUSE BUILDING
deal for the sale has about 1 been cotn'I hits the right I I
RELIEVE CRAMPS Custom house officials ]I spot- 1[the two teams: compound interest, at 4 per cent every three, months In our SjvIngs
pleted. were
I TO CURE SICK HEADACHE.. I it will please you. Pensacoia-Bonos, left end; Fell j Department.. 11. '
'I
In the
engaged yesterday preparing "I
,
4 If Ton suffer from any of these ailments we urge :you to papers for the transfer of the re e el. At all good places; ,[left guard; ; Stlllmaa; center; Caro,
commence taking the Bitter at one. Delay only .wakes The new owner will be Lee Aim- but you must ask right guard R: Shnttleworth right ( :, i
vwr condition worse and mo much harder U cure Tott'ir tackle: Barrow, right end:. Zelios !
In find it the beet stomach medicine year. bans erer taken and ball. 6f Mobile, who already bas a for it.. quarterback; ,Gould left half; I L.
thud Also cures and prevent / fleet of towboats, and who "since he : '
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ShntUeworla, full _back; ..RWhi e, 1
Poor Apjstits. Belching, Seur Kiting, Heartburn.Cortlymew has been In Pensacola engaged in right halL_ THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK iri:
floating the ship Ingrid has been a turrenrnut*BICXAKT
Indigestion, pyspsplia. Female Ills on Navy Ttrt-Stockard. left end;
U 1 Col,., ChlTI, and Malaria! Fever and Ague deal to purchase the Mary" Lee from I : Clifford, left tackle; CoswelL left PENSACOLAA
I Messrs. Thornton and "B & B""THl
It is also'a splendid medicine to strengthen the aged \\ the owners of the RochebltTe.1l1ile ]H1 guard; R. Meyers,.:center; Bell left General tanking Business Conducted en a Safe and Conservative : < ',
Y and infirm, the most delicate cystem'bU>;'able; to retain it.Insist guard; Berkhardt, right tackle; Cochran Basts. -- a
have anything to afternoon : CELT BIG tffiOST* '
say yesterday
Hcststters.
on having ,: right end; Sheridan Quarterback -
regarding for the sale of the vessel!beta ] An.AnA Meyers left half; Wheat foil i Correspondence Solieited"R. M. Bushnell. Cashier. .f ..
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New Code and No I Nx -. '."

Changes Advocated. ,
Orders Issued to Officers by
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I Special to The. Journal. I Easy I Department During the
I New York Dec. .22.-Football as
I played under the new code, has won Past Few Days.
the unqualified approval of Yale men, LIKE
" I and no changes are advocated for another After
looking
f, year at least. In speaking of I! :Washington, Dec. 22.The follow
I the season the "Yale Alumni Weekly" ing orders have been issued to officers
I i says, in part: over our select of the United States navy:
"If any one thing stood out in Captains-U C. Logan detached I
.. x V p M1MtnYfiad .'6116kz6 special prominence at the two final stock of Jewelry ;] command of the Ohio, ordered home I
Yale games last month it was' the and placed on waiting orders; L. C.I
Li much desired proof that critics said Heilner detached duty at League are gifts that can wear. If
3 will have ii
was needed for the retention of the you no land yard and ordered to you
game that footbaal can be played in I the Ohio. IS-I

a sportsmanlike spirit. This must trouble in mak1 \ Commanders-F. A. Wilner take =:the
time to visit
: have been apparent to the thirty-odd ed duty as Inspector of the First our store
: thousand spectators of the Yale-Har the Lighthouse and to duty as captain of I
CHRISTMAS vard game as it was apparent to the ing right | League Island yard W. R. Rush or-

few on both sidelines who knew what dered to Asiatic Station for duty; F., will find a splendid
was going on in the scrimmages. It selection for that I; I H. Bailey detached duty department I you varietyof
was not only a vindication of the of steam engineering, New York yard
new rules; it was an answer to the and continue other duties J. J.I
Xmas to ;
NECKWEAR'A criticisms that had been made of the present. || Knapp detached command of the Celtic -I just such things that men
game throughout the country both in I ordered home and placed on
the press and from academic chairs. No matter how waiting orders; B. W. Wells retired

!. man can never get too many ties. I I If the and the men who judgment who are influential make of the the in daily majority universitylife papers of much or how little j! I detached Lieutenant ordered command home.Commanders-J.of the Southeryand B.. would be_ pleased to find in their


Our line is superb-unmatchable for amounts to anything football has Bernadou detached Naval War Col-
"
I style
been lifted out of the rut into whichit you intend to j; lege and ordered to duty at Naval "Christmas Stocking.
had fallen and has been saved.
beauty i in patterns, elegance. (Intelligence office, navy department; I
"Any game that Is worth playing is have detached Bureau of
we f W. K. Harrison
pay I
worth playing for the game itself and ,
15, and orderedto
Navigation January

I 25cts. to S1.50.UMBRELLAS. AS not It for was the played immediate this joy year cf under wl iDl.1 the)I just what, yotf Newport the fitting News out, Va.of. the In connectionwith Minnesota PRETTY.TIES . . . . . .25 and 50cts

new rules football as a game worth
and assigned to vessel when com-
playin college by any men-worth set of .youn playing? American for' want. missioned; L. J. 'Clark detached the SUSPENDERS. . :. . . ::;25 and 50cts
Rhode Island and ordered to com
the sport of playing It. for the touch .
Here few 1 mand the Celtic J. A. Dougherty detached
and of skill are a ;
go opposed and snirifs. I
I for the sheer human Joy of pitting Naval Intelligence office and COLLARS . . 10c each; CUFFS 25c Pair
I home W. W. Bush detached
flwtness and strength and quick suggestions ordered ;
thinking and in that : Norfolk yard and ordered to Asiatic
were submerged individuality by the mass plays play by station: G. W. Brown detached the SOCKS .u . . . lOcts to SOcts Pair
Very appropriate and always welcomed by men. the shoulder wedee of the two rush Solid Gold Rings, Pennsylvania and ordered to Naval ', ; (
fines, by the road roller style of at-; Hospital Mare Island for treatmentLieutenants
I
Fine silk webbing with buckles of Sterling front, solid tack that plunged throueh: a hole I 50cts and up. I -E. E. Spafford J. J. STETSON.' HATS, SOFTOR._ .. STIFF.$3.50: .
opened up in the line by tactics that Hannigan and L. S. Cox, Jr., com- i' \_'" "

Sterling silver, and Sterling silver heavily gold plated. too often and unfair gave opportunity play. Legislation for unseen | Gold Bracelets$7.00 and for missions detached announced duty as assistant; R. H.to Osborn the In- SHOES, VERY": FINE.. ...,. . .
rarely correct evils but the legislation ) up. spector of equipment at Newport

. 75cts. to S5.OO.SUSPENDERS. happily on made the football impossible rules repetition this year of Gold-Filled, Bracelets home News;Chip W. R.Building White detached Co. and ordered BureaUavtgaUon' SUITS, : . ..: . _$8,10,12.50, $15,upo, $27.50

last year's tactics and made possible 1.25 and of !\ and.ordered in charge
the of this up. of Naval Recruiting Station St
game year.
TRUNKS BAGS SUIT CASES.
J. ordered to ,
Louis Mo.; J. P. Ryan
I Gold Scarf Pins Naval Academy; C. C. Fewel orderedto

MOTOR BOAT RACE $1.00 and up. Hi Naval Training Station,'San Fran-
Cisco; B. B. Wygant to the Georgia.

MIAMI TO NASSAUSTART New England Watches Ensigns Natal Medical-K. B. School Crittenden Hospital orderedto for The gifts. will bring joy to the

make good gifts. We have them in abundance, and $2.00 to $12.00. treatment; J. F. Daniels ordered to
duty as general inspector of subma-

the kind that will shed water and still keep _their good WILL BE MADE ON FEBRUARY Solid Gold Watchesu$ rines Building at Co.works; S. of M. Fore Robinson River detached Ship- recipient. Shop early. Money

$20.00 to.$75.00. the Baltimore and ordered to Naval
looks. 6 NAVY WILL SEND Hospital Mare Island for treat- saved on purchases here.
ment D. P. Wickersham detached the
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VESSEL AS ESCORT. I Gold and Silver MountedUmbrellas i;
lacoma and ordered to the Philadelphia -
$1.5Oto$5.00. if in connection with the crew
for the Nebraska.MidshipmenG..
The proposed motor boat race from $4.00 to $20.00. W. Kenyon order-

Miami Fla., to Nassau Bahamas, or I ed to the Charleston; W. C Ulrich or-
from "flag 'to flag' may now be con dered to the Franklin in connection
sidered a certainty 'to' be run February y with Bie crew for the Minnesota and H. O. ANSON i
i!|to dw on vessel when commissioned
THE JOHN WHITE
STORESpecialists 6, 1907 says the Jacksonville ,
TimesUnion.Sir I J. F. DAVIS11 ; T.and,G. ordered Ellyson detached to Naval the Hospital Colorado

in Men's and Boys' Wear William Gray-Wilson governorof I Yokohama, Japan, for treatment. CASH CLOTHIER.:
the Bahamas has taken a keen interest I Surgeon G. P. Lumsden' ordered

Phone 225 205-207 S. PALAFOX in the proposed race, while. the I BRENT BUILDING to duty with marine. recruiting partyat Palafox and Main.
Dallas, 'ieias.
United States arrangements'are. in SOUTH PALAFOX STREET I I Passed Assistant Surgeons-I. S.
the hands of John of 123
Mayor Sewell, Reeves detached duty at Naval Hospital -
Miami and a citizens' committee who Boston Mass., and ordered to the 1
.N.NN.NNN.NN....N.NN.N.NNN.N...... will work in conjunction with the Biscayne 1 1I1! 11I11[II mil II:III:111I11111111I11:I m lm Scorpion; J. P. Traynor detached dutyon ,-- ----
i. :. Yacht Club and the Miami :Motoring the Southery and ordered to Navy .t.f..+..M.MM.. .Mf..fM........f..f....+...+ +*

. : GO TO :. Association.The proposed course. which is 160 yard Assistant, Boston Surgeon-H.Mass. A. May' detached i[ A Christmas Present \
BIG and ordered to the i
: statute miles leads from :Miami STAKES AT the Iowa :
across the Gulf Stream, and thence Indiana; C E. Ryder detached Bos-
i I. across the Bahama banks. The ton navy yard and ordered to dutyat for the Wife |

laid out by navy recruiting station Omaha, *
course was .representatives -
WILL MOYER'S ,, of Nassau and Miami assisted by Neb.; R. B. Chapman ordered to dutyat .1 and one that she would appreciate more than anything -
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Captain White, of the steamer Miami CONEYISLAND Mare Island Naval;. H. Shaw, Pensacola detached else that could be given her, is :
.. which runs between Miami ,and duty at Hospital

i 28-30-32 West Government St. I. Nassau during Gun Boat the winter.Escort.It Fla.cruiting; C. station C. Greive,,Omaha detached Neb.navy and or-re- i A GAS COOKING RANGE j jIt

dered to the Southery; T. G. Foster
was seen that the race could not i
detached Naval Medical School Hospital will lessen her work every day in the year, _and *
be given unless an escort in the way New Club Offers Sev-
: For Your .. of a fast boat was provided to take Jockey Washington D. 'C. and orderedto i save you money in fuel. $L2and'$13,install d. Merry :
yard,
Naval Dispensary navy
f i. care of any possible trouble during eral Attractive Prizes for Christmas.
CHICKENS, TURKEYS Boston, Mass. :
the race such as a sudden squall, etc.
L- C. Kerr detached i
Payi Directors- *
Negotiations were opened with the
i CELERY i Three-Year Olds. Navy Pay Office Washington D. .
CRANBERRIES United. States navy department look-
.. ing toward the department furnishing C, and to duty as assitant to the general : Pensacola Gas Company \

APPLES. CANDIES, a gun boat for sometime, believing Special to The,Journal. Inspector of the pay corps and
i i that it will playa'considerable to duty as general inspector February i Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden 'Street. j
New York Dec. 22 The new Coney detached
1S. R. Colhoun duty as
FRUIT OF ALL part in the next naval war especially
i KINDS. :. where a fast small boat .is imperative Island Jockey Club 'Stakes at which the next will general storekeeper navy yard Boston ...................................t.................
be run for the first time Mass.' and ordered to duty as
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: And everything that is good to eat. :. .. Navy Assures Aid. Sheepshead Bay Spring meeting Is:purchasing pay officer Baltimore
without doubt one of the most attractive ordered to the Alliance M. S. Hollo-
detached
Maryland; C. M. May dutyas ;
i If you don't come yourself, ring phone 327 and your :. Florida Getting and the New co-operation Jersey United of States the stakes that has. been added to+ purchasing pay officer Baltimore way ordered to Norfolk navy yard, ':Remarkable Case
the roster of any racing associationIn E. R. ordered to
Maryland January 31; ordered hometo Higgins navy yard
senators, W. J. :Morgan, the New
i orders will receive prompt attention. .J recent'years. The race will be for settle accounts and wait orders. Pensacola Fla.; F. R. Barker orderedto
: York representatives of the -
proposed J-year-olds with a guranteed value of I Paymasters-G. R. Venable ordered duty in connection with ie fit-
e race visited Washington andNNN $%5,000 'of which $20,000. ,goes to the G and wait out of the Kansas and to in of Hypnotism
:+t+..............................M+........... found that the navy department mightbe winner. ,home to F. settle K. Perkins accounts detached dutyas orIders ting board when placed in commission duty ;
;
_. able to furnish the necessary es- An important clause in the condi t .
pay officer of the Pensacola; ordered E. H. Klant ordered to Naval Hospital -
41.4...++........+....+..++....+..*+...++......0.- .+-+4 cort.subsequent This was trouble months in Cuba ago and caused the tions is that an extra $10,000 will be home to settle accounts and Mare Island for treatment; G. Vast crowds awed by stupendous .
: of this
added should the winner M. M. Ramsey detached .;, Johnson ordered to yard,.N.
ALL1E RIERA FRED SCHADGEM matters to drag. wait orders; nary array of extraordinary -
event also win the 'other big 3-year- of N. Y. J. F.-Green ordered to naval
duty as paymaster Portsmouth ; .station
I : Now department that tranquility on December prevails, the 1:, old specials the Tidal and Lawrence H. yard and to duty January 20, as Tutnila, Samoa. '
i iA navy Realization. The Tidal guaranteed
!
SALOON advised Mr. :Morgan that a suitable J20,000 to the winner,while the Real. general. storekeeper same yard. S. Chief Boatswains J. Cooper ordered HABERDASHERY.Displayed J
: vessel will be available for duty as ization II' an added money event cut Passed. Assistant Paymasters to the Glacier J. Dowling

RIERA & SCHAD, Proprietors.,, :. escort and the date for the race, has the enterieS for next seasons event ,Beecher ordered Pensacola to duty December as paymaster 31- granted leave 'until-Januar-, then in show window
been set for February 8, 1907. are so heavy that it Is sure to be of the ; ordered to duty in connection with
: Fine Imported and Domestic :: Officers of the United States navy north approximately S20000 to the .i jA. A. Pippin detached Bureau of Swp- the fitting out of the Kansas,and to :opposite the postoffice.
make close of the plies and Accounts and ordered to board when
will a study race owner of the winning horse.It duty on commissioned.
and hope to gain considerable data will be seen therefore that it Is ''duty,as'a,sistant to'the general storekeeper t Boatswains,--A. MacDonald ordered

i ilVines\ Liquors and Cigars: that will be of use to the department. within the ranse possibilities>s for a NeW York yard to ,nary yard, Puget Sound, S.TONE
Assistant Paymaster R B. West- "
; For Governor's Cup. rood Svear-old to win nTt season Washington.
MOULDER OF APPEARANCES.
officer of _
lake ordered to duty as pay '
.: It is quite possible that the vessel within three weeks' time thp sreat Marine Corps-CoL L H. Lauch-
: All Leading Brands of Beers. .:,.I will be at Palm Beach during the mad!sum of S701XH). The Tidal and Re,,)lIzaUon l- 31.Portsmouth- N. H.yard, December heirner ordered to, :Army and Navy I COME .IN AND GETt'
tor boat speed tournament on Lake are early closing eTf'ntlbut: Hospital Hot Springs, Arkansas, for
: DELICATESSAN LUNCH ROOM CONNECTION. ::I Worth January 29 to February 2. as i the newly established races will nutclose Paymasters Clerks-J. E. Bibb ap- treatment; ,Major C. Ly McCawley HYPNOTIZED.
the Missouri F.
.' it Is expected that many entries In until January 15. thus afford'n! pointed forcmtjr on ;
: The Following Brands of Whiskies- Always in :. the Palm Beach tournament will be ; an oTinortunltv for many horses not Hunt duty 'on Celtic revoked; E. granted December extensIon 31; C. G.of, Long sIck leave ordered until to .'
Is-
:i available for the big race the' prize I lidble. for' the other p"oots. but Priessin to Naval Hospital Mare gore ordered to :Marine Barrack .
: Stock: :. land, for treatment R. R. Bolles detached duty as a member of the staff atXan.l
; order
League Island L. P. Pinkston
.' for which will be a trophy offered, wtltch'>! on form are entitled to race ;
Sir William the best Cincinnati and ordered tr War College; B. .H. Fuller ordered to establish marine recalling static
AA' : probably by Gray-Wil with
: Jesse :Moore Novena .. 'J. son. An event of this character framedto the West Virginia; B. V. Trentlm de- to. School of Application Annapolis Dallas Texas A. P Crist ordered
: Full DressAntediluvian John Cribbie Scotch : The Nassau Yacht and Motor club close after the :2-vMr-olls of t> esrevious tached the .Wilmington' and ordered 'Md.; .Capts p., 1. Archer command of the marines on board U
"i home; T. A- I Henry duty at Portsmouth granted thirty dayt leave; C. B. Taylor -< : II Pritchett ordc
'thpi" Milwaukee Wm.
shown
have
: is much Interested in the"races and season : ;
'iJ : John De War & Sons Scotch 1 .. N. H- yard revoked; C. A.. ordered to Marine Barracks Norfolk -
will give a tournament the concluSion form, fits in nicely :with the present ed to duty in'c charge: of recruit
t Old Crew i Munson's RyeHermitage :. of same at Nassau where the stake schedule. Every year a number Davis resignation accepted.. Va.; Logan Fel&nd ordered to ;,office, Buffalo N. Y.; Second Lie!
Wilson ,.. waters are very suitable for'fast. motor of good horses develop which Gunner-E: D. Gould detached the resume duties on the Indiana First ;tenants- A. Rnssel ordered to 51j 1i 1-
boating. were never nominated a's' foals of I Alabama, ordered TiOEje and placedon Lieutenant A. JO'Lea1'1 'granted i j rine Barracks, Washington. D.r
Old Kentucky Colonel Cascade, and others i: yearlings for the early closing events. waiting orders B. P. Donnelly. thirty day leave then reports to the .lEmile P. Moses ordered to Ia-L.-; -
.. EXTRA FINE XMAS DINNER AT but oftentimes they are the stars of l ordered to Washington D. C. yard Brigadier GeneraL ,Commandant. P.t f Barracks, Boston Mass;' J. R II *
: 210 South Palafox St. ,PENSACOLA Fla. :'. THE SOUTHERN HOTEL DON'T heir 'year, though: forced to remain(with addition duty with I the Puritan E. Chamberlla ordered to continue(ton ordered! to Dallas, Texa.T..
MISS IT. CHEAPER THAN IT WILL Idle while the rich events 'go tn. tn and the Oneida: duties with first Provisional Regiment Hunch resignation .
I;,......................................... ........... BE IF COOKED .AT' HOME. ferior! horses. Warrant Machinists J. Fuller o* marine;Jo''Cuoa:: P. L., Kit I accepted.A. \\'. :L

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what was going on. Leaning back and tice and move the dead and wounded.an armis-I "Tve met him accidentally," responded after note to -toe taken up at night and, i be compelled to drink from It Tf w. i

[swaying unsteadily he essayed to tell the can still see those unfortunates there with my acquaintance of the navy yard weaved into the days rilr held back there was a good lambasting in ,
story as he saw It, and to do It his way !in the biasing tropical .sun some Interest "He doesn't come Mount held more me. somehow -', 'store for us. We found it cheaper toe
he broke right in the middle Of it. aqua aqua. screaming around us at the navy yard. Rather than his Informing talk upon drink at the fountain of knowledge.

"I sea to the Cap'n. I sez. Cap, better "You say your rank was that of admiral him avoids nary men. Question of pride with harbor and the ctorm. lie didn't look: i, "Tale my word for It, the course of z
watch the wind and cut the line when in the Brazilian! ?" I no doubt. Oh yes he was In the like the man who had been beaten in I study at that can school was the 'l '
she rights. I lies to the women and trying to keep the note.of navy asked navy. Graduated. from,the academy with 'life's fight and had quit I had seen fall: most unique In which two boys ever ,
children In the boats and they wuz that of my voice. Incredulity out honors too. He was a,'.class mate of the nres, men who become hacked in the fight, studied. But we learned. We had to 1

skeered that the crew of 'em was moan "Yes" he answered with commandant down at.' the nary yard, and run to a corner.This man had nothing learn. The two years gave us a liberal 'r 1 '
lag and crying I sea to them women and ance. "But easy assur- too. but I never heard of him calling on of the cowed and the beaten in his I education I

I e children. 'Aw, take a drink,*" and his South' American that service.was only"I a took part ,of my the commandant" looks- none of that furtive, uneasy discontent -1. "Well I got back home from that trtc 1 1 1I
service
story broke off that the flask might be with Chile when she and Peru "I met him today," I went on as an that humanity which stamps the I !I ia husky muscular chap with a heat
shoved forward."I their bloody tiff J.:was in were having encouragement to the sailor's manifest man who has fought aid failed. i! full of classics and mathematics. There t
ass: to the women. Don't be skeered of a Cflilaan cruiser and held command interest in 'the man who avoided his This man was still easy and assured.TO was a West! Point vacancy from bam ? 1 .1
yt me arid the Cap'n will see. ;you as CHptaln. Ire held a commission fellows "He had an interesting story him the sunshine was still warm the Dunlap's district He had called a competitive !,
through." commission from three a naval to telL You see it was such a picturesque sea still fascinating and life still held examination to fill It. I thought SI

We were rescued from our bibulously There! a record for you separate one ether nations story and his appearance wasn't good The.joy of Lying had not yet departed lid take a whack at that examination

insistent friend by a square shouldered has the came record. ,but:only one other.man exactly what"I fancied should be the appearance from him. I'Although at that time I didn't know how'full ,
t bystander who had been idly watching He was John Paul Jones." of such a soldier I of fortune. "From what state did you go to the that Irish cook. had crammed myth ;
the scene. He I looked at him Told me he was once an admiral. in the naval academy I asked suddenly .
was beyond d.ubt admiringly. One does
a seafaring -
person and one accustomed to not often come across sueh skill and in- Brazilian navy and that "he once commanded switching the talk from storm and storm ( "There were sixteen of us trying for

handling men. He caught 'the open bottle trepedity in romancing1. I mentally tag- a Chilean cruiser. damage West Point place. The favorite in
4 of the bibulously inclined one with ged him as the best I ever heard. As he "I am not familiar with all the experiences ""Wisconsin" he replied puffing lazily the betting was Will Bragg, a son of

one hand and with the other he got a took his bold and picturesque fights! of be has had," went on the at his cigar. "I went up from General the old general and a fine manly young; '

nice grip on the lapel of his coat. The fancy I gave him.now and then the young officer slowly. "But he has had Bragg's district. You remember about fellow he was too. He had been oft to
new comer had no other apology for his stumulous of a timely-question I couldn't an odd life, and he has had a hand in him. He was the man who said of Governor college and had prepared for this rsaralInation. -

technical assault upon the inebriated sailor i but be pleased at the wide sweeps of his nearly every bit of trouble on the western Cleveland "We love him for the Dunlap and General Bragg weregreat
beyond Baying irnailnatfon. continent: In his dav. He carried enemies h* has made. But Sam Dunlapwas friends. Everybody knew Junlap

i: "Back up. Back up What do. you It 'was magnificently entertaining but the Xitclttt'1'& to Brash and they rave in congress etftBc: He was there ::tntattoh give the place to Will Bragg, t
think this is, a Dutch picnic or an Irish It was a poor ,waste of good time for a him an admiral's commission down there. just ahead of t ." was going to give the rest;

wake Here's a nice soft tog here in man who wanted facts reliable and authoritative He had a comminsioa in the Chilean navy.I "How did you get the appointment of. us a fair show.
the shade. Take a nap on it." for the outside world guess he didn't tell you anything that I queried seenti&g a story from the par- "That night when the examination = '
The new comer's action in its assurance And co I left him. I smiled as I thought wasn't true From the soldier of for- ticularity of his answers. over a crowd of us stood in the office

= seemed reminiscent of accustomed how he looked and then tried to frame tune stories that have been passed aroundof "You se*. I was born with a streak of the hotel anxiously 'awaiting some +
(1 authority. He moved the inebriatedone in the setting of a picture of a United him I am prepared to believe anything of dared evil try and damfoousm in me. i word from the judges. Will Bragg hurried :
out of the knot of men as easily: and States naval officer! or In the admiral's that comes fmm 1Iim. Ks been there ever since I ever knew in and picking me out of the crowd .i

as quickly as though the act was of daily cabin of a Brazilian 1Dan-9'-war: Ills "What is he? What does he do here. ?" Anything about myself. My father wasa said" / .<
occurrence The act bespoke his familiarity figure was, however that sort of I asked. You won and won fairly T congratulate : '
;; a figure sea faring man. He was a sailor on ;
& with the management of men. In which one looks for strength as he "He to a lumber cl-.ser,** the officer the Great Lakes. I ran away from home you: It was the first time he 'I
When the story telling was over. I looks for it In an oak and finds It quiteas replied thoughtfullr, "or something like when I was only a slip of a bov.: t had spoken' to me
4&A found this pacificator standing in the naturally. But this figure was disguised thaLBut first of all be.s a mystery. He "They were building the Northern: Pacific j Igeneral. (*"', he said turning to the oil
I t% sunlight idly gazing over the wreck- in the clothes that belong to the had a clean record in the wasa Railroad at that time, the first rail- ( we must have him up to thehouse

a t. 1 -q 'hf.r. strewn bay. In answer to my: nod of recognition derelect and the failure. A heavy 'coat, man that knew his work nJ11dllit.ts He road to be built across the'plains and the I,: That for dinner will tonight.said the old general '
he asked: wet wrinkled and sagging, a pair of experienced a man from what I understand of him. Rockies. At the same time the Great we -
"What paper?"' trousers of some light unsubstantial of some strength and force. He cut loose Western Telegraph Company was putting 'heartily. lIe was too brave a man to, 11

t I I told him. stuff a worn and not too clean from the navy went out on new lines across the first telegraph line. I drifted show the disappointment he felt. '
+ "Big story "here'" be said, ] shirt with tizhtly. knotted tie of i "When Dunlap had his congratulations
reflectively a at the among, people who ld.n't know him and hi to A ctanp these telegraph line workers olfe'tem -- c '
bi\e: I ed't "a big story andsee throat, and a felt hat battered with time made new a reputation and success" and stuck to them for two' years. I I, on tCmed. to
cneraL"
i -L ; for handle. "and weather, were his sartorial embellish "And was one' of the' water boys- liere were the old
marine stuff is new to ments. Their now-now he is a lumber classer hired This man has woo." but I don't .t
me appearance by no means -almost two of us to keep the nn in drink- ) young
1 *lZ? "1'11 help you then." commended their wearer to the consideration a day laborer. I don't" under- ing water. mind saying I'm a bit disappointed. !

And he did effectively and 'intelligently of the stranger. stand I it., It's queer. It's odd. "The cook of the gang was one of i wanted ,the place to go to \\'II). But {
He pointed out the track of the storm. I But e second and the closer look went out of my way the next morning the strangest characters I ever met tip have a vacancy ta a short while at An- b \,
*&$? &WittS&sste He discussed: its origin in the Yucatan I bad It f en him raised the thought that, and who with some trbuble found the searo"er with, and Jve met some! strange ones napolis. We will put Will there' 11

SKwSa Channel, together with the metarolog'tal. after all.. the fancy :that this man had and who knew had the lived so strange the a life hi my time. He was the best educatedman "A sudden thought struck me. Yllvame "
y *. > conditions that gave it birth. Jso: word fought achieved and done thing, was sea and crafts I ever ara the worst drunkardHe the! naval appointmentlll part i. ,
> ,( m *-wane *I 5 -7V ** /0Tjs5rrt5iStJ4j : ] 1 had been received at that hour from'(not so absurd A remnant of authoritywas that sailed upon itI delayed a launch was an Irishman and had studiedfor !' eularly wants to go to West Point. I'
ie ,.w '1 ,' r j I t the outside world, and no man there knew' still in hIs bearing. His eyes- were trip of inspection over the bay to find him the priesthood But before hlJ took ; just as soon try Annapolis. That wiu

rat i iC if the hurricane had destroyed, maimed I steely and well sit,in- his head; his fore- and have him go along. ]j orders be fell. He came to America to settle everything.' '.
1 and killed in other places,' but this capable -i head broad and square: His jaw had an We stood in the bow of the launch hide his disgrace. He-was the immediate "The old general and Dunlap looked at '

stranger, out of his' knowledge of the i unconsciously aggressive, way of throwIng leaning idly against the roof of the cabin, superior of the drunk each other. The general said:
sea and the air accurately foretold the itself forward da he talked. The nose a scant tour feet above' the deck. We'' or sober he reserved eboJbtar to do the 'Let us all go to dinner. .

path of the hurricane. and the death and j i was of that long, full. Roman typewritten stood leaning against the cabin and kicking aDd cuffing that was coming to "That quick thought of mine saved]

vl e r .+ 1 sav devastation that.lay in its wake as long: belongs properly to the; man who onetime through lazy hall shut eves,.drank hi the] us. If any other man in .camp made a me from expulsion from Annapolis no
as it followed the-coast. Jine of the Gulf. or another, lends svelte of his fellow perfect beauty of an Indian summer day | pass at us he would have to take on the less than four different times General .
' a of Mexico. j j 1 I men. lie wore mnttm chop whiskers and when nature. 9* If in atonement for her cook, who was the nastiest fighter with Bragg never forgot It. When I was f.l
/ He knew the shipping in the bay be-' a mustache, all closely trimmed and rentiniscent fierce and rreaS9nlng mood in her storm' the lfa.rlo3. in trouble at the academy, and Lord'

fore us and his trained eye guaged the !I of" the military, whiskers of shaken moments, lavishes her. tenderest "He had an odd hobby. Whenever we knows, that was often enough be fought rt

damage, each helpless vessel had suffered I I Thackarey characters. caresses, upon the earth and sea she *o were near one of the small towns he wasc I for me harder than he would have fought +, t

(The following story bv Will T. iiee.! .. front picked TiJs the debris To my laj man's eye a wrecked In the smoking room of the club that lately lashed in her violence. In the dis- .'t<)tn to load up on liquor. He was for his own son.'Will
way
van who hai.died the Fensacola stonr of the street among vessel was a wrecked vessel. but to him j i[(nleht I eat with 'a blonde ;young naval tance a blue haze rose from the sea and equally certain to buy every book in Bragg went to West Point. On.
I it was only out of place or slightly hurt. officer. a clean wholesome young tel- met the sky. Against it the pine of town offered for pale. It might be a I the day he stood the examination a tele-
:port for his paper, the Montgomery- "Day euttmgiy) iC Bos Plenty of 'en. or out of commission; forever He ran' low. I had just completed a three hours Santa Rosa stood outlined like a pieceof ropy of Robinson Crusoe an English gram was sent General Bragg, asking him
\ :miser appeared in the Christmas Kdin People drowned and killed all up and over the names of the wrecks, their loca- <' rapid-fire task at the typewriter in the '' magnificent lace, deli > of the Is down de water front. I des dunno how tie) tneir damage and their probable][I telegraph office, and bad left a shirtsleeve made. ()SL countless' waves the .. It made no difference: to him. I'll ,i i cot there the surgeon called him aside ,
Ad\'erttser. It reproducedThe many folks was killed and drowned In experience In the storm. There was meat' operator ticking- off a 4OCO-word 'I evening sunlight piaved and danced and bet there never was such a pile ef literary 1 j I and told him Bill was incurably ill of

journal by special permission ol dat torm 1 spec dt''nl:& more'n aAt aria nmK. in.. his talk for: a news hungrfre storY' of the storm. Even as I loafed the sands of nDt-h Kosa where sun an1water junk hauled across the plains as that : heart a e. He tc.tie the general to
tbe'-
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Adverfsertuck undred. ; ""t w ... wanted to do a good job in the smoking room quieting nerves, \ met was shining sil Irish cook bought for our education. ,: take home would net lire

broke well for J1on the nur- an'rat. the trip w1s'not'a chase! of I with that story. with a restful snack .*fler a rather ver.' '"," 1 .his, firm purpose see teat :> six months '
phantom n >w< It was worth taking. ut UCM.IIUCU" the main traveled channel strenuous! day. my thoughts were still We had passe in :and out among the 1 tliI\:9U water boys got nto education. !,1! "Will Bragg -was found dead In his e
r 'd assignment to the Tail of the tropi- There \\'aswork to do. a.story to write of the harbor and put each harbor light circling around the fancies of my friend. :' shipping the bay to the open water Every time be got drunk and bought anew I[I bed three days after his return to Ms .

ro.: hurricane.An and I felt the newspaper mans itch. fora in its proper place. I of the bay front. ,where we puffed among the harbor lights. set of books be renewed that pur-1 Wisconsin I home. From that time the

Associated Press "flash" bad comet pencil and paper. Between! note taking I said suggestively '. "Do you know a fellow named Mount?" .'Mount's talk upon the sh'ppmg. the channel pose Between sprees he- would stick to j[1 old General had for me a tender and II
1 was on the wrecked and tangled water "You seem familiar! with the harbor" I asked my new aotuairtance of the navy, i the damage done by the storm was 1C During rest spells and by every C&mlll[I fatherly feeling I was unfortunate 0( f fI
the Xews editor hinting the horror front a few minutes later. The hack- "Why' not" he replied "I came Inhere a heavily built broad shouldered fellow i no less than a complete lecture I followed fire my companion and I would be Y .'

" the Gulf storm. It was sent while man had allowed his enthusiastic!"' pridein t"' ntv-flve years ago in command : "Sajs he's 'an ex-naval officer." i it closely and mentally. I put down note ed up to the fountain of knowledge nk-I|I, (Continued on Page Sixteen.) r j
the of his
t angry sea was still battling to beat magnitude citj s misfor- of a United States cruiser And off and 1 4
tune to do violence to the truth. But v
: ,"n) the handiwork of man while toe on I've known the harbor ever since. '
t" still shrkkeJ and tore at the housesi the truth was bad enough-the truth was "What were you doing then Workingwith :

.1 i sheltered him, his women and his too bad and too pitifuL It was too big a wrecking company" I asked... .

, Iren a story for of one it man's too handling rich for The I "No, I came in on the bridge of the h ::I 1 15"'''=''' ...; _...-: ...;;. ; ", '_ T' I'' I Ic
possibilities were one ._ :: '
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few words in the Fash" said that : vessel and commanding her 1 was anI :y->.. -- .
man's harvesting. In the news'rlehaessspread _,, -=:. ...
n th was riding but j ensign then but serving lieutenant'sassignment .. ,
itssurds a -
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wereague nndtaz'; .O They were before him the 'best he could do I I I brought! her in' to have .' .c-O' ____..< .....,.!, .
would be to garner the richest and therarest. ;;;-.t(' .... 7 '
that I 1 T.
> indefinite their accuracy was '| a title work done on her down at the .' I
.!pr But if I back from thearctic ;; "'::' --, .... :\ ..
suspicion they were true, navy yard. was just !'f f.! .
The man who uses his legs and his wit !.
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men were battling with the primal I too when I came In on that trip. :;- .;; : .
icnta and dying in the strife-a greats for a. newspaper. develops an undE"rstand-1 I went -out with the party, the United :: .. lj1

: ; story was shaping for pencil and ingand tie sense,challenges which defies intelligent his States government sent out to rescue :) ?' '- -4 -::: -... -i I ...,. ,. ,.j IJJ .: .
: iraph clicker the DeLong Expedition that was lost in ,' ( I 1
tion It seizes hold of him
1 aught the assignment a scant bait eXPlana"j the Arctic ice. You have probably heardof \
draws him out of the rut of
' 11 before train time and in light march- that exseditien and its rescue by anaval ; '
drives to his
him'contrary jud
ir.; order 1 took a midnight Pullman. expedition; I had the ensign's assignment tj
unknown and unsuspected mines of in. : 1'
B.t., would we fret through to the storms I on that trip. : terest. It wins him away from the things ; .
':rk coast* The railroad nun doubt- "On that trip I got cut off from the main } .
he would do naturally and impels him to t i
I',. itThe wires were down and a rail- new and unused paths But, all for' a I party and with a boatload ot- men.> I was ( ,6'i
i if I.t I without wires is a tanson shorn lost on the Arctic for twenty-eix days. p/; .

" 1 his: strength The philosophical tiling I purpose.He who follows his occult instinct finds Tnere an experience for'you.. Twenty- jC,

,Ih lo was to go to bed without woro'in" always the reward 1I<> who takes the : six days in an open whale boat in the '- r d

'.' pnbblbli breaks in the track and take path his mystic i Arctic Ocean. But I got back and I r. --- ..."
strans prompter urges. ,
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as .ame finds the treasure cf the story; whose 'landed every man of my crew safe and :. I"\.; -:..
1,.:ut luck broke well I waked with value is no less appreciated because its : sound.. A lot 1 of printer ink was spilled : : =
I sum stifling bri'llantly on the Flori- existence was ansu-pected. No trained about that adventure You were too :! : ... =-- -. ttJ, :

t1'. pine:' Bata There is no sunshine sot newspaper: man doubts that he has been I young to know anything about It then, ,>? ....'. ,,_ :i -.. __ -- :..:'iLUr. : .
i- 't cud ai"> warm as the golden gloryt moved by this strange intinct-no though" o; f. '\-J_ l '1. t / .'f'Ij S,11 :Vt ,

t -- breaks upon the wind swept andr paper man atttmpts any ne..s-I. I slipped my pencil back into my pocket ;[;, ,; J:; .i ",:,; ,. If fir 't tJ;: ,

'ii soaked earth when a storm has it. discouraged and disappointed. Here was .. .. ....... .7 "-
L'.ken and patstit No' day is so fairi '\. -- = -- : .. -..... :;j! ..
. But the instinct that draws' a the man who had given me such great ::;; : WO :: rf' .. .co,71 -
sun light so shot with gold as the I from the beaten path and leads him tothe grist for a typewriter-here was the man :.. ... f-_ .; .7/ .. "
earth ': t' X { !
nligitt: that breaks upon the deficiencies of '-- : '" "
hidden story is no less potent and who had supplied the my k? OJ 1.4 w-rrr';'" l '
*h i;n it has quiverr d in the dark terror I into t,Q '"' I.c.
.. far more real than FalstalTs loyal instinct own inexperience, developing a seaside \! 1/
: the storm and in the
tumbled roa>
which would not allow him to Munchausen. The man who talks
"",i the dash of tht iemental artillery. I, strike his true Prince although his true much and talks wildly is the bane of

.\t no other time Urns the earth so Prince came at him In the dark dressedin the news gather's life for the reporter f .
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s ow its d..pend'tand its trust in its buckram.For must stand sponsor for what he writes, ]iRii' "" J r. i r., rj J; f
I\r off lover And at no other time is I if he be reasonably intelligent he f
ilice like an emmior<-d girl who every reason I should have hurried and must analyze: the springs of his infor- M i'. d; / ; //jf/ i' .t: w; r ,Ij{ \ ; lI
KvinR has doubted and "u 't.'rcd and who ; to the main wharves and the rail- I : 'i'J.Q ::'i':
finding her doubts made J ot staumherf : road wharves where the biggest vessels mation'Wherefore -r..ljjf !t ( 'i ,. f'dIf" 7.t.
no '
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ibr c than her je ilous srr.Les were, wrecked and where the storm had the card house Of the storyI ,, Nl\I (tq il 4 J
1 f:1'iir: j' dollars but had already begun to erect In my mind g. I
through the wet tra es recent destroyed! most in on my --.. / .. \ 1
siUTeslug and is I hJI'I', Flu calmness;; way hurrying bayward, the news impulse -' was-ail but read}' to tumble. In the wishto ,, l; :o;;: A '\-. --. --- : -.\, Fd' .J;;' r
1' but shift him from romantic subjects and -=-- : ),
contentment, the pear.which domes intangible and indefinable powerful .l." "t:0: : i 71'1 '" t.. '
after an ordeal encountered enduredand for all that, turned me aside from, preserve the integrity. of my store of :::1'-. ',1i 'i{ '!j' ,, I
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passed is the calmness. the conntmrnt I my conceived purpose. It led me on an information I said .
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''' and the peace that showsIn inconsequential way down a side street "You have had sea going experience. ---g < ..l.- ? .. ,
had been and What do you think of the storm that -.;.;;;: :. .
: earths face, when the sun ail golden. ending in what a cheap >' :----, -- I" ( ;
'!es to voo It ft>ni the memory of J JI rotting wharf where only. /launches made broke over this place yesterday**' =- -.. -' t"J J f
! ': dark violence of the ni g ht. < their landings After the storm the "It was the worst I ever sir' he anew -r.: .\J: : rM'rM'r
-I[:lie storm had been so recent. that ] wharf wa nothing but matchwood., What ered with confidence Ive seen many -oi o 'l --P'2J' 'J, t. .IIf "" t

we! rolled through the sunlit plains was the use of wasting rich time on this: a, MAW but that hurricane I yesterday M..p 's" e.z, : ;:--J1r.1 r .(J.
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of rich value was at morning overtopped them all I was """: .
Florida the engineer was suapu ius when so much .'- ._:.. : '
13 track and alert for tome ominoLS hand? caught in a typhoon off the Brazilian .: lJt $' J ; f
,. :, if trouble. aloes from the coast j jt i,'I But the twisted wreckage an coast fourteen years ago. I thought it .j : 1 Ii 1 ':
among had as as much force a. wind and water : Allff i .1
storm had left the traces of its I Ii ,add strongly* built row boat all clean : : ""':' Ir .
The could reach no place' In : It could get together but that blow of yesterday :3- 1.1"
eye the waves. was -
and white ro<'ked on I
beat it. I was an admiral in theBrazilian )
: ,h no prostrate pine: was seen Fences i iT I I the life boat of tlie island life savingstation / r ., :1) 4w
navy at the time of my typhoon : { /
had stood prim and straight .
fellow in 1.llI6.'q
ashtnng
t ._'.d 1 the ground anu their [ and a tidy young tbeDE'e.r experience. I went down to tnat,country 'YM..I ..., i
upon' white outfit leaned against V .
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i disgrace bespoke the violence in comma* of the old dynamite ,. : ?- I
' .,IP We read in the loose dt-I :y piling. The. first instinct. bad not cruiser, the Nitchteroy This cruiser had l:..... .. -{ :-: ;rr ,,. '<'I. ;,J ,, .l'.M U'I .' : .'
been built in the United States, and I : f uter
t '. verandahs of the t"lTf'Thf' 4'K.
n. ; tterea had been de- w y
life station '
' '" hou. the snus'tr-g force of the saving was given command of her by the Bra ? : : ;; !
e had : lr
I i stroyed All the morning rumors zilian government \ \ 4 .f'l'iiI \
r !scat came upwards from the sea! with I ,
passed from lip to lip that the crew ,
.....r.l the Pullman we knew nothing ['its women and (children had been swept "It ,was a new idea this idea of shoot- \\;\ I .-' ,it1 } ::'
r' stor-n.. beyond what was contam- Inc great piles *f dynamite at an enemy.It : t
I i into the ba)'. The tidy sailor In the ,, f
* t the minted rumor that cane over duck uniform and th neat life boat riding was a dangerous proposition too The .\ \ \ ., M xH
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t.. ,r t.. and what w* could read from among the wreckage gave: the lie to vessel that mad a business of making A\\ '\ UII.in.\: \a.: : ...." 1. rIII': ,,' .
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this and
I' .ndow in the pine woods and on thef this disquieting'rumor but they! gave the new style dangerous war had "f.] ... l' .:. : O? ..
.j- '. \\hai lay'None the "Oast-what and to have a man .in command of her who \ '. .--
news hunter the clue to a great story .
i.
I I '.ii,1 sight!: the sun shone upon where vindicated the occult influence that bad: knew something about' !explosives, .gun I \ ,1' \ '\ '\, : s" : : .
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1. beyond knowl- net'and seamanship. I d left a pretty I .
and -< a met was our led his from his original purpose t \ \ rf ,
steps away .
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c neat record at Annapolis in those stud es, ;
\ 'one lia<'krnan met the train i& ther of the white clad eo I was called to take hold of the Nltchte- \ .
I drew the out
t this tram the story and bring her down to BraziL The \ \ ,,
lie of tl, T:1orning-for sailor the vital of battling roy X' \: .. \,. "
I to mach! he depot after the storm, story men much insurgents were giving the governmentno \; "; 't ." ". .. .. II!:( ,!W ,.-.. \. ,.. .
with the elements not so ; .
v .. so m,t of harmony witn Its schedulet for their own enraged lives, but the lives of the end of worry at that time. They ) \ \ l'' .. \ \\ft\\Q \ ," ... .. ; -, J. ..
; admiral when I d
got
at no other hackn-an aDd no hotel porx and children who trusted them made- m@ an wn
women
t of its there. That now 1 had a hand in the
": guesrcd correctly 1 the hour atc and hope the story of' the fight foughtout '
' streets b> the depot and In the hurricane with a world of Brazilian tz1Mable.1! .
1''. the \;u j" hard by trees were blown inky blackness overhead and an infuriated "The Nltchteroq yon know:'*was later

< iwn anti wires twisted in a hopeless ocean of ;water, underneath. The bought back'by the United States government \ .. : 'H- .
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ttitgle, I shapely young sailor told this great story and called the esuvius. You I I \ \ \\ \ :. \ '.,,:; IJ : ; 1

f' i Ii:>' t ,n-ible information-the firstO"'nltt' quite imply as my questions drew it out know she had t a big hand m the blockade 1\ \ \. '. \ \. .. h'1 ; : :
""'.r ,;oc: that the trip so hur- I picked the points out of It and jotted at Santiago. She used to slip in at I ; > '" -t.
T >lv UK -.18 not in vain--came from them! down on the back of an em'elope. night and belch up those big loads of \; \ 'P \ \: \ ''' '''\: .. <. J : j
ilone 1 u to his late \1 :
t.IIUln'S cCability which the
The two of us. one talking and the dynamite Kept Spaniards I ;
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whenIbe. l\\'r\ arrived fare said ques- other writing drew a knot' of the curious scared nearly to death, but which did \ l" : : 1 .J 1

t. "' ": who bad been idly inspecting the trail no special 1i mage. f \ 'a ;

t .Looks.. IL %. <>oure had a bad storm of the storm. A heavy set man of middle "I had a hand in one cf the fiffhts \ \ \ __. \ \

age with a sailor's shirt and a wool ashore down in Brazil" he went on. once \t\t\ '
. BsJ *te>n: bad storm then \\ ," ; < !
ltoss coat pushed his uncertain way throughthe well started in his story 'The government <. .
! a, ) ",1 with enthusiastic t knot of the curious. The new comer troops and the insurgents had a 'p \\\\ .' "

hide. in the n *. distinction I the *ity had I was a member of the crew_ and off duty real fight-thr was nothing on the \ \ \ \\ -... + ,
:' \ed iu .. maritime misfortune he had fallen back on,liquor to settle his comic opera about that battle, Theresas! \ .

'*3< Boss -i(' ( ::o' orter go down on nerves, torn by the harrowing memories plenty! of blood spilled In the fight. I \ .. < \ f
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dater front l Ushere what. you't. see of his awful fight with the storm.He would not like to repeat that experience ', .' .' -. ,'
f'.., ,t iothm': to al..r i s down on de- water was bibulously determined to havea not that I minded the fighting The IL"e 7 XBe ; .I
1 ',1 t, Dot watt :'\>nt is des bodaclous1 hand in the story making. He shoved thing that stuck in my memory and still : ; '' :- ;. .
stroyed. hh:, done wrecked here a slender dark bottle between his quieter :sticks there is the memory l. M wounded .' (
'. '" md, Merxwtstorm des grab better behaved mate anti the. interrosa-i ,and dying men lying on the ground btween *-* j. y 'lL ....
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. f dm .si.ip'. and smash 'em in Live newspaper man. ; I"Aw the two armies, in the burning sun I
' ?!;l again. .i te town" drink! *** t and screaming for aqua'-i : 'r
have a 'crying 'aqua
.*.+.i' lives lost, was the next question lie was waved aside and .the ques1 I'1 'water_ water There they lay, the poor"! knew the shipping in the bay before us. and his trained eye gauged the.damage each helpless vessel had suffered. >. !:; .

lire ;listed< as the bony animal in Uoliing proceeded. But-he was genially I devils, and there was not. enough, uu- J ,



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4 S- Jack did sca$ "tall figuring boon

A Speech of Hon. Frank Clark he could 'see- bets l1f, stay"" dear toleacceed j j"V I'Charge Made I It k tII -., s +

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In ,.House t of 'Representatives : Vulcanite roofing t, Interests.Are I

Upon the ) cane to the rescuer I Effort to

.ro as it al WUTS does trticn I
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crease of salaries of congressmen was
TOYS, r use Vulcanite, question that is n
house of
under debate in the national
representatives last week Frank Clarkof the cheapest good daily and weekly
FURNITURE, J; the Second Florida District delivered I roofing ever made. tensely burning I
HOUSE a strong speech in favor of its Tor sale right here Sun. In the past j t tII

:- passage. The following is a copy of in town DOW by II might be more ,: II II i $

FURNISHINGS, e the congressman speech delivered: by the Florida I I go the a little past ; 4L

atModerate have been. two
I desire to refer to this question from A. M. Hardware Co. conferences held very I
Prices. the standpoint of a poor member of Avery
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of West Bay street
congress. Poverty is not a crime; nor
.arge, line, comprising every ought it to be a deterrent to official It goes without (
new and; up-to-date Toy. sider was admitted
. Hobby, Horses Rocking place under the government.. The
these conferences
Horses Express Wagons. A. : time has come :Mr Speaker, when men THE CYPRESS LUMBER CO
Velocipedes, Goat Sulkies I I Impossible to keep
are leaving the service of their country -
etc. whether ': .... retiring to private life, solely APALACHICOLA FLA. tering a room no
I You are; welcome .. ; / the blinds
y you buy or not.Harrison. because the salary which they receivein are
their official positions is inadequateto Manufacturers oi 1 a matter of
Bros., maintain them and they see in the to know.that the e' ter
l future years ahead poverty for their no representative
12'22 E. Intendencia SLN Cypress Shingles. conferences knows
children and want in their old age. I i fi.x' a k
there is to know
believe in dealing with this question
W 4- x1'8" stance it knows
from the standpoint of right Are the x
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% x 5" x 18- what was discussed
salaries inadequate? Are '
they commensurate
I tion was arrived
with the station and the
duty to be performed If they'are Cypress Tanks 'of *''l Description decided upon to
r not, then they ought to. be Increased Write for Catalogue and Price List termination. Amon
i no matter if others would come here the first

-- -- I from our districts and gladly accept HeaJey Harry McCrsary Mr. '906, I. C.fcaheimer &: C., Cbar

......N....N.....O....G .4N.. .l 4N....NN....sep the position for less pay. C. V. THOMPSON Mr.. J.' G.
I want to say that I come from a atIlf>D. There were
I CRIHSTMiSGITFS IN JEWELRY AND CUT GLASS district that I know will ,stand by me THE STATIONERNo. but the Sun
i in this Increase of
salary. My people
30 South Palafox St. all the names, business hours that good
b Nothing Is more suitable for a Christmas sift; or more appreciated by are in favor of decent pay for these New Style Holiday Papaterles Peter Sun'g own private
, the recipient than a piece' of jewelry or cut glass. My stock was selected ,. ; positions. While it is true. the Pan and other Novrttv
as. Purses Crepe
gentleman ties, it will the
4 for the special purpose of affording something suitable for this !!! dividends in attention
purpose. Paper Napkins and Shelf Paper French pay
I from Illinois has that it is
Here are just a few of the offerings: I said Stag Novelties. Tiny enclosed! Booklets. out only what It ('
DIAMOND GOODS. II I a high and honorable place the govern- Christina Card. Post Cards. Booklets about these
in
+ Diamond Rings .. . .$10 to $1&5 I Diamond Stick Pins ." ..$5 to $25 ment of the United States ought not Bass Gent's Purses, command-and eventually,
.. . agiImlltV:1dd\ only one thing
: Diamond Brooches $3 to $50 I Diamond Lockets h... .$Sit to $30
WATCHES.Ladies' to require the services of any citizen Look 'stock. first' meeting. and
t over our and The BUSINESS
0 size 20-year filled Keystone cases ..... ..... .........$12.50 to $20 without pay commensurate to the | for cents.
... Solid Gold. 14 karet . .......................................$22 to $35 services performed. And Mr. Speaker.I cessity
Solid Geld Diamond set .. ..............,....,........,.................. $47 and senate by '( on the left is a modification
. e Gentlemen's 12 and 16 size watches ............................. $14. to $40 t believe there are not ten men on this for presiding (' ,

4: r Solid gold Neck Chain .CHAINS..... ....AND......LOCKETS..........................$350 to $10 i I I(I not floor say who."The In private salary conversation is inadequate the CAMP SITE FORWSTATETROOPS I bringing about English 'Walking Frock. It
Solid god locket .. ... ....... .....................................$3.75 to $15 increase is ", course, there was a
: Diamond' Locluts .. ... ... ......: .... ........ .... ..........$10 to $30 right, but. some" say. "I what Browsed was successful
9 .TGL. : : I I can not afford to vote for it. If the i what must be' done adopted largely by

Cut Gass! Pitchers .... ..*.. ...................................$450 to $11.50 time ever comes while I am a member i considerable '
t Cut Glass Bowls ... ....... ... .................................$3.25 to $900 .1 tof this house that I look ( \ and professional men. The
Cut Glass Vases ...............................................$2. 5 to 7.00 I upon'any, : feeling that would '
. Cut Glass Nappies ... .............................................$125 to $3 proposition as beta right, and yet I I ity of the next 1f> "
; 0 Cut GUs Sugar and Cream sSuth"p i i .'$ .... ..... .??$3.25 to $5.00 am afraid to vote for It, I will tender i or asrainst : on the right, is an exceedingly
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my resignation and go home. I intend
These are simply' a few of the many articles I am offering and all of + i tempts to count
Even
: my goods are fully guaranteed. If not as; represented your money back. :1 as long as I am here, to vote my con.victions .. were favorable to garment; for young men.
as my limited ability will give able to Broward.
me the right And all know thatit i don't in and let us
: W. A. GAHLENBECK :1 you calls "Broward's !' buy, come
la utterly impossible to maintaina 'carried by a .
% 218 South Palafox Street : i family in the city of Washington of the Commission in meeting, that it you how very good-how unusual
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the present salary. Mr.,Speaker some Jacksonville on January next legislature made by The House of
gentlemen leave their families at home After the passage
rorm: one of the requirements of life I because they are not able to
; bring '
resolution a recess really are.
C.I I C I h Yours will always be clean If you' theme here. I would not come here for a 8. the, following
01
can I os .send them to senatorship if I had to remain for six \ When the

The New Method Laundry, or seven months separated from the Senator Louis C. Massey who is ingtp, order a week ;
fHOKE 1186 wife of my bosom and the children of chairman of the two weeks
E. W. LAWRENCE. Prop Iie.MdhodlaundrfSrd: ). W-gldlfl3i commission appointed ago
AGENTS WANTEU.I + my loins. The government does not by Governor Broward under faced "him at the
require it The newspapers of the an act of the last legislature to select : by him missed. R"0
country representing public sentiment!I and recommend to the next legislature him elicited the
are demanding this increase, and they I I a suitable tract of land for use I Congressman Clark O. ANSON
D are branding us with not having the the scene of his
as a permanent camp site for the
A I GOOD SIDEWALK courage to vote for it. If it is right Florida. state troops has called a. I weal, but that his :
Mr. Speaker that this
increase should meeting of the commission to be held been left behind
take effect in the congress to beginon at the Windsor Hotel, in Jacksonville I I ship of that dou -
March 4, 1909. it is right that it at 8:50 p. m., on January 9, 1907. tical secrets Mr. A CASH CLOTHIER
should take effect in the congress to This commission consists of Hon cussion then being ,
. Gives the most begin on March 4, 1901. And I '
ordinary property an appearance of sub- intend present who were
" Louis C. Massey, who represents
stantial \alue. A poor one can ruin the effect of the hand- "if this amendment of the gentleman Orange county in the state senate: present at the first PALAfOX AND MAIN
somest house and grounds. You don't want" any ragged from Pennsylvania (Mr. Butler) is voted Hon. William M. Girardeau, senator- exception of ?
.. edges to your property. down to offer an amendment fixing elect from Jefferson county Hon. Eu- ing of the opinion
Among good sidewalks a well laid concrete one is easily the taking effect of this law at the be- ; must be done :\aj r
S. Matthews member of the
51 best. Lasts longer costs less for repairs and adds an air of ginning of the next session of con gene sat silent while ;
house of from Brai
I solid dignity and worth. gress. That is the time when it oughtto representatives round was called .
We lay such sidewalks and back every one with our guar- take effect, and the sentiment "I ford county; General J. Clifford: 'R. The Major entered :
antee. May we" estimate on yours! can not vote for it because I am i increasing Foster adjutant general of Florida*' ; spring; of 1869. In
General Charles P. Lovell rr red;
my own salary" Is
a mere year he adopted for
General John V.. Sackett, commanding
subterfuge, by which you can not deceive to that lacon'c: '
Pensacola Cement Stone Company the American people. They the brigade and Colonel Henry also eplgramatic ,I ,
of the Flor-
general
know Bacon surgeon -
that the -
vast majority of the this is pithy and --- -- -

y : S. J. Harvey Manager. Telephone 1485. the members salary of is this inadequate house consider and that that it ida the state commission troops. The specifies act providingfor that one The Major's Major mottQ Is Is: 3 for 25 cents and 10-cent staight Cigar

ought/ to be increased. You can not of its members shall be a competent. little; in fact no States.
fool them. They know that you want engineer and one a medical or san! him talk real talk
it, while at the selfsame moment their tary officer. General Sackttt and political talk. since
hearts are silently sending Colonel Bacon were specially selected
up prayers in upon the autumn .
to the good Lord that it may pass. because of their qualifications in Major offers the

In my state<, Mr. Speaker we havea these respect country of a man "
constitution adopted in 1885. That The first meeting of the comm.- and under all ARTHUR
\ Brick, Lime, Portland Cement constitution provides for biennial sessions lion was held fat lake City Florida, season and in bad
of the legislature. It provides on October 19, 1905 where the com- and in stress lived .
i that members of the legislature shall mission organized by the selection of So. when called on r l

i j Always a full supply kept ready for quick deliver not receive more than $& per day and Hon. Louis C. Massey as chairmanand Quoth the Major: "
10 cents a mile in going! and returning General Foster as secretary. At a question of
'j Contractors will find it decidedly to their advantage from the capital. During the tw"en- that meeting the. following resolutionwas the nut house

l to submit estimate for our prices on all Building Material tyone years that that conetitution has adopted: senate organized ,
{ been in force-and every session fixes "Resolved That this commission I and purposes? If
S including Hardware.Saunders its own pay-proportions have been II will! recommend as a permanent camp them. Suoplv me t f
offered at $: a day. $4 a day, $5 a site for i the Florida state troops only funds find III
day and not a single legislature ba a tract cf land embracing in a bodyat am ready to start
Mill Company, ever met that they did not wind up I least three hundred acres highland ssid-,

Phont 717. 21 East Gar*** Slrstt.H. by fixing it at the maximum$6 a day I I healthful located, with adequate When a t
and 10 cent a milt* We increased supply: of good water preferably on face with an
last rear the salary of the governor a large lake or stream of running of two things- oes

__ _._ from IWW: ) to $3.OOO.and built a man- water, and centralb1000ated with regard lows the ultimatum.
Oh sion for him to live ,in. We have in- to railway transportation. Such I am talking
ereascd!; the salaries: of the, lu-lses: and tract must'! be located from three to nieces.'rrhe'' -conf- "
the state attorneys and all down the I five miles from the nearest city"The ble even more

!I G. DeSILVA & COMPANY Jlne, because our people recognize tha commission then adjourned :I were, when they
1 'sa eat Increase in the .cost of livin subject to the call of the chairman, So. to ail m "" rir
that has been bn>3ht; about by this it being understood that the adjournment (stature of the !
t era of marvelous prO' !!;>crity. was taken for the purpose of I'whether they be )
It is true that a seat in this great allowing persons who have knowledgeof !!or new senators agent Pensacola
I Building Material legislative! body is '& great and distinguished the location of tracts cf land i I t hoeae, these .
i honor, well worthy the ambition wlJch"Ill meet the specifications setout I, Th Major Will
L Shingles and Slate for Roofing of any ritizrn of the Republic: in the above resolution to give I I IsotiT |I Rvf>n' ss I, write j
but If fix .
you the romueasation so cf the fame to the commission.It jvlsltinar: vou. If :
f Patent Plaster Store Fittings low that a man of irodrate means Is understcod that culte a nua !];I eJect and dont feel I
can not, ia Justice to hip farsllr, remain her of nropositicn! have been pro,:!your own o*> 1; American
her, you absolutely close the ?atP'l. onrjliur from various section? di"nt of THvssos i I ,
w Everything for House Building "door of hope"* to everv oor man In of the state: and advance notice of from the Tmten j j i

all the land and you deliver the bw-l lmakin the muting to be held In January as 'the I..T!'n/1 of, the $.' i
... and Repairs. <. rower into the hands of the' being given In order that any ether i, *>lf with wax: and fe-stf
rich and powerful So great,, is the irersous f or comiaan't'e": having prop (:;fnH of itwhen .)nn KEYSTONE LIME ACME
honor of being a member of this osit'ens to submit may be able to pet t f V!r !is fn town Ke j ASPHALT ROOFING FELT 1, 2 UB
............... ................NNNN..NNN o house that men'bavE'. in the past sacrificed the same before the commission: prior j i! w. is thp M,,*"r: I,] etc.:

their personalinterests to re- to its final meeting. i lis he. and as Ml ( now la shape .to make deliveries Ll
SURPLUS SUPPLY moin here: they are sacriffcin their j 1 IIq run rf meat it i I of
Peaches : persons interests: today ,and as lon< :him-tht-i *... t11. I sA
ELBERTA AND CARMEN as the laudable pwbitfoa: to serve one's her face set toward the morning of :'has III .""....01'1' .,.. Portland Cement.
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country finds! KlerreBt in"the breast this new day of prows and Is en-: wr+jir flU" look "
of the American citjsn. sacrifices: torp3t'h d'avcriar to keen "to*> with the music ;he tells you about it.j ciacaUons of the United State i
',. i in two to three-feet stock at .a cents each. Klondyke e: her< and to remain will continueto r-f cur wondetfcl national prosperity ; and Society Block of Civil Manufacturers Engineers etc.wW '

and Lady Thomson Strawberry Plants at 2.50 per + he- made.s I am'' onro'**! jt b Vn'r to the pay-i j S hierfh to dey. : et of high-class results that can
il s I may he criticized from certain r fnt of s '<'irit.i o* ro "nber* by in-.!von, hea4 off! to e.t of Pure White Portland Cement.
1 : thousand. quarters fcr tp r!\ !tjca eat d'.rtrtinn. For (!(>1'* sate let us answer You*. ll> Pr esneed for carloads and snadl Iou mad
C : All other stock in proportion Write for price list now taktps'-end. hl ('Pt. I UOf't !t-j t-:> ; -n daily rapers. who are :yon trnw ft* mery. Pensacola Birmingham. and Ft
vet I am nanpv la the as5riicce. Mr.j i rlifllerjln cur courage. You know von 8lwaT feel that will act our prices on small lots
:. at once. Address : Sneaker that' te TI"ift1.of. the dma- Ihat the &lar? ie* insi-ouete: you say rue in h Tin>?,veh ) r s;
!." 'rue is at an end In the state oi it is inadequate; you say that it i? J. 1. fp mar'.

i C. R. LONG Nurseryman, .Andalusia, Ala. i Florida, and our peonle. can no longerbe not wrong Then I appeal to you toKO touches your liver Cement Co.,
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misled by the senseless ranting r.f ,the
upon record by rotes be quirk.
O .......... .. ......- ................rW ................ the "sand-lot": orator.' Florida has fore an tho country. your ; AIr druggists 50c ; ',., Ga.

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j RED It is rather Jacksonville.an exceptional thing' to ., -- -, a f

[have an "apostolic delegation" visit I -
Jacksonville and all the more so I CHRISTMAS BUYERS :

when such a delegation comes from : L, .
ROCI( \, the so-called Mormon church in Utah.
-The delegation that ;arrIved here

George Monday Albert'night Smith consists of' Jhe qnornm of Elder of You should; not ,fail .to see our ,line of the well known brand of Clothing makes; Hart, I .!'f
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the Twelve Apostles Mr. Smith it

H For a may distant be remarked relative of parenthetically the present president is Schaffner & Marx, and A. B Kirschbaum They are well worth seeing no matter how

of the church Joseph Smith,
known by way of' preeminenceamong others have : and show Cravenettes and
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HomeDrinking congressman Prophet from;" Mr.the from B.house H.Utah Roberts on. who account was former expelled of:,i all styles Don't miss our- line of ,novelties in Ties, Suspenders, Shirts, Cuff Buttons, Etc. .

being involved in the former marriage i
system that obtained in 'his church,
is one of the seventy aoostles of the OUTFITTERS.t i ,
diurch;;'wIille Mr. Ben. E. Rich is one WHITE & NIX
of the sam order of priesthood with
Your Worth Your
Mr:. Roberts and president of the Money's or Money Back.
As an aid to digestion southern states in which there are

taken withor 300 Mormon elders from Utah labor-. STREET _
inc: as'missionaries.The ( PHONE 790 29 SOUTH PALAFOX '

after meals, coming of these high Mormon Y
Red Rock Ginger churchmen, into Florida Just at..this: I I' u
time :when the dispatches from Wash.I I been no plural marriages,that have received that God is a personal being revealed Ridge between Georgia and Ten-j I t
ct Ale is the finest, melon are burdened with accounts' of the sanction of the church; full length In the. person and mind nessee. A belt ;lof country 10 miles
( most beneficial of the discussion: going on in the senateof and if such marriage were"contracted attributes of Jesus Christ; that man wide and over two hundred miles long
the 'United 'S ntps on Mormon 'affairs.and to-day upon the persona} responsibly l stands personally related 'and hence tributary to these rivers. It Is rich OSGOOIIPIAS -
all home bever- : the official fate of SenatorSmbot ity of anyone, it would spell excommunication personally responsible' to God for tots farming country, producing a large [
t ages. It contains of Utah is hanging! in the balance from the church by all actions; and that all. man's, moral duties part of the cotton of Georgia and Ala-
incre/ises the interest of the concerned in the transaction; and in are commandments of God. From bama, besides lumber, naval stores
neither alcohol nor public' in these. gentlemen now In view of these facts I think we are this religious basis a strong moral and .etc. The three states of. Florida 1

dope. It is a pure, Jacksonville, Justified in saying for the church and spiritual life may be expected; and I Itlie ,!I Georgia and Alabama are interested I Ii 1 I' A good piano is cheaper in the end, i in the be-
B Roberts Talks of Smoot. in our official capacity that, plural community achievements our ._in the project and the delegations
high-grade Ginger Former .Conrp 5"Tr)'.n Roberts was marriages are a thing of the past. All people in the west: where they have:?I from all of them will render what aid ginning and.all the time.
Ii Ale, not a pepper- found: by a 'Times-Union' reportef yesterday that exists of a polgamy among our lived these principles 'vindicate the they can. .J j
heated at the Park hotel. and naturally people are those cases where the effectiveness of the doctrines.Those For Miami Public Library. A* Watch for 79c is nevertheless a watch. II
production the first question asked was:! *Do 'marriage relations re' formed' .long achievements are so, 'palpable that Senator Taliaferro has.Introduced a ,
I put up for profit. you nponle' ( think! that Senator Smoot ago and where men see no means,of even those unfriendly' t o; the faith bill No.'1204, for the purchase of a A suit of clothes for the largest mall at $4.981s ; ,
Always be sure to of Utah wiH keen his seat" ;i meeting the .obligations then formed are forced to admit their' existence. site for a federal building for the I
"It would be difficult to state,with I under the sanction of their church "Some of the basic principles of our United States court, custom house and' still a""suit.
get the genuine.Look any accuracy just ", hat' the ezpesta. i I except by conscientiously fulfilling faith too." continued 'the elder "will postofflce at Miami Florida. 'I' ", '
tion of"dur" people is upon that' sub said obligations. :As to the righteousness aid ret in the settlement the vexed Other bills'Introduced were: Yet these articles are dear because worthless.
ject,"' replied Mr. Roberts. "By of this attitude-- people will, of race question of the;south;;' and thechurch Senator Taliaferro-to, authorizethe i
for Red Rock "your people: of course, I suppose course Judge as they please; but: ;will' teach those' principles president to appoint James 1L AI-1:
Crown StopperSold you mean the 'Mormon pronle:""" whether they approve or condemn it 'everywhere\! In the north. and;to west den to the rank of lieutenant in the The same thing is true of cheap pianos-pianos
be continued. "Very naturally the they should know that with those who as-'well agin the south-.-and'it Is the navy,, and place him on the retired which are made like lightning and sound like thunder
in bottles at all people of your state and of the whole assume. It is a matter of thus opinion of the north that most needs list deferred to, the committee on j
groceries, etc.,and country regard the senatorial fate of reading a moral duty as God has given enlightenment upon the subject naval affairs. !jMr. -after'a little use.
on draught at Mr. Smoot as peculiarly and exclusively them the light tor see that duty; and :Those matters cannotfie -fuHy discussed -I I .Alden'.had a long and honor-j; .
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its performance is attended -is here it must suffice to able service in the He Is now ,
all founts.CONSOLIDATED a matter of Mormon Interest.: I ; now navy. A Kranich & Bach, Lester, Packard, Cassell,
assure you it is not. While Mr. so often the case in matters of duty-, say that from the principles of our I a resident of Orlando and the
Smoot Is a Mormon and a high church by sacrifice and that circumstance faith the amalgamation' of the two measure is looked upon as a just one I' Clutter Piano, last a life time"and are always good. l
official, belol!! nl:. in fact:, to thp same challenges respect: if not applause. races white and African 1 by marriage,I,in every' way. I
Quorum as Mr. Smith here' the NotAfter Immigrants. or promiscuity, is \unthinkable, and Sir ..Clark-To grant an increase of j See them at the Clutter Music House oldest
twelve apostles, undoubtedly more' "Having settled that matter said contrary to the ,.commandment of pension to John A. Fucren. Referred .
non-Mormons in Utah voted for Mr. Mr. Roberts "I want to say a few God. It must ''not bei and as that to th% committee on invalid pensions. and largest in the state. I .
Smoot than Mormons. words with reference to one or two.line of separation may, not be pre [ Ed O'Brien Wins.
GROCERY CO.,, "The majority of the Mormon people matters on which we- are misunderstood ,served under.the existence of .,.social 1 r Capt. -J. Ed O'Brien is having an I ,
Wholesale" Distributers. are democrats while Mr. Smootis by the people--"of the south. It equality th *dream -of social equalityof 'easier time of it"in Washington this rsN +

- -- _.. an ardent republican, and was is thought' by some' that the objectof these races, entertained by some year than In many years past. He :
------- ejected by that party the majority our mission is to induce those who very good but very"much mistaken has made his fight and won it, and H Ht
of which in* our state are made up accept our faith to move to the west humanitarians must be abandoned. I':the Littlefield bill to do away with ..........0 ..................... .1..............0 ;
J.E of gentiles or non-Mormons, and they That is not true. The movement of "The African race In America owes compulsory pilotage is laid away In
stand up responsible for Mr. Smoot's our people from the south in the past something jes, very>. .much-to the defeat:, Capt O'Brien as the representative t
election. The democrats of the state has been due ..*.the spirit of intolerance white race. His. ...condition here Isj i[ of the National Pilots Association t ELECTRIC
a large majority of whom are. Mormons manifested toward our'people much improved over hat -of. his race i: has been a leader in the ,
CONCANNON
& CO. would 'very gladly have seen which compelled them to seek ''the in the Congo Free State or;.other parts I j I'contest all along. The bill has come FREE :
some one else elected rather than society and protection to be found In of Africa. If he,would.have those ad-,''up in every' congress for years past. i'FREE '
Mr. Smoot, though he Is a Mormon our settlements of the west. But the ''vantaees continue for himself and his 'It"has kept the pilots and pilot asso-I SlltJS j
509 S. PALAFOX ST. and' an apostle. Needless to say that revelations accepted by' our church posterity he must consent to such re .ciations'of the'"country in dread. fl flIt
I am among that number." (l\ will the information: supplied by our Bookof lations ips',,.between himself and ,that I I[,There has' been temporizing with the .: : ,1 ; 4
I be remembered that Mr. Roberts is Mormon and the 'teachings of our white race which alone are tolerable!['measure in many sessions and Capt. .
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a Democrat and as such- was elected nrophet-founder: Joseph Smith all declare complete separation of.the races see':-|O'Brien has held the bill away from a : will take only a zero to represent all the harm i I
to congress in.1898.) the land of America, the north ually and socially.:. There Is much :vote until now. At this session having
New Store New Goods "Mr. Smoot's case" continued the continent and the, south as both mpre tha.u'Jhis; but 'our space will heexhensted i all of his forces organized and : ever done. :by:: Electric Signs; but it would take many '. I
equally the land of Zion-a land I have told influence of the
elder "is purely a political matter in con by what already i with the power and
which the people of the state of:Utah serrated to righteousness" and to free you." ., i labor organizations behind him, he .:1 figures to indicate the good they've done. Have you o ,M
,New\ Service.Ve have a very lively Interestbut.; In institutions. All: parts of It. therefore i s Mr. Smith",anti Mr. ,Roberts have invited the issue, 'sanguine that it learned to be sign-wise ?
which the Mormon church, as' such, are :subject to'our'riJoni1.f .''industrial been ;-touring.:.the! f'3stf'rn'ftatps ,misj would result as it did in victory All : + ,.
I has no -Interest whatever. It Ms apolitical )'and relieious' activities."It I j i sion not a religious issue! a is our desire; t''OUr' ueople're-'' as th'e..soutlnd exwct. to return to were also.ames of Capt. O'Brien. Col. : 1:1:
state and not a church affair.. -As a tnain in-these.lands where the gospel Utah by the first of the year. Sparkman.delivered: a powerful argument | d slgns.'v Fel.l06.. .(
\ extend to the public political question it rises above' mere finds them! and exemplify' fn their' I against the bill several days : .
party politics however for the reason lives the principles of our 'faith the i I I ago, and this is,said to have had its
these compliments of the that it involves the right of a stateto inrtustrv and tornneranoe it'Mmm'lt /fs: FLORIDAUrAIRS' / effect In the final vote. I & | ;
Electric Power
Escambia Co.
season and beg to say that select its own representatives to in the community and virtues it, teachesn I i County Light J
the national By which ) < the matter of mutual h"lnfulnessamone
ue are in a position to save mean this; given congress.the fact that therepresentatjve ; neighbors:, ID "roa'!rnifvin r' and I I I WASHINGTON 1 DIPLOMATIC DINGDONG. ....00...1.ti.0.'.....4...............N.N.....NIN rk.
-elect, senator "ev1ne the,laws! of the land hv stand i .
: ni money on Turkeys, or memo Now; Bellamy and Theodore
ber of tho,house, is iner-for' peace and order and the welfare -- -------- ""- ,
Chickens a law-abiding citizen Shake.off the usual, fetters.
Eggs Butter Groceries f"
5>nd 'RpouHty of cMv the >
; posses the necessary qualifica- ; n* rnetupfion That bind the diplomatic. pens r-
Celery, Fruits, etc. tions. prescribed by the constitution of free institutions( and tile"f"t MATTERS' OF IMPORTANCE TO ,And go to writing letters.
and Is legally elected, can either tx+aeihle orrtor of' PHONE 1428. the senate or the house exclude or and WP believe that ,,"p. ran be: hplo-1 I RESIDENTS OF LAND OF They swat, each other.good and-hard, \ t
expel him? That is the case of Reed "It in tbese tM>'rs wherever'. .our FLOVIERSO'BRIEN'SVICTORY. Like pugilistic batters .
Smoot. It is conceded that he has violated faith: I flu-Is a frvl-wniAn, *. And blaze the diplomatic.trail Turkeys f;; j
no Jaw. He is not in any way what th F itriches.. With .rather personal matters.A t
II ," ,,, involved in the objectionable featuresof "Our faith nrpptr'Jnontlv? teaches "
, Chickens ?r'
the Mormon marriage systemnowa ._, lady takes a.hand as well-.
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I matter of the past. It is conceded - -- A special l from Washington to the Indeed she did begin it I i
CHRISTMASLIQUORS sme .. Jackscnville Times-Union says: Eggs j jJ
that he has all ,the qualifications prescribed I Since Eden has there been a scrap I f
: A recent bulletin of the census bureau 1
by the constitution
I and he Without a woman in It?
shows that Florida leads all the i Geese J'
was 'duly elected-will his seat be "S t '
denied him? Frankly and confidentially states in the production of long or I But Bellamy and Theodore +1 tr
," (of course Mr. Roberts sea island cotton. Florida has ginned I Are in the forefront fighting Western :{
II smiled), "I. don't know just what those I cf the product thus far 13,159 bales. I II And as they' cannot use their fists t
people at Washington will do. If I Georgia 17,190 and South Carolina ffheytake it out In writing. Meats iv
were to jude the present likelihood uenUlnei 5167. The Florida product has 'been
, SSe Per Sa I. 65ci by past actions and the senate by the i selling; this season 'as high as SO,cents II Good reading, too, they made 'of it. i
house when a Mormon's rights are Involved per pound, so that the Florida cotton The President .and Storer; Celery
PORT WINE s why-but all that is anther AJrticle crop Is worth between: two and three And while the latter merely squeals .1
story," said the speaker suddenly f fI million, dollars. I Hark to the Roosevelt roarer! Lettuce ,
SHERRY. WINE breaking off. And then: "I can only I lion. J. F. C. Griggs cf the Apalachicola -
I say that if legal !and constitutional THAT'S ; l "beard of trade is here in Oh. Bellamy, why did you chooseA Cranberries
CATAWBA principles govern the action of the ,the interests of a $40,000 project for I course so darned erratic?
BLACKBERRY WINE e senate and not religious prejudic deepening the Apalachicola river en You've proved to all, if need there Vegetables I
and not the clamor of bigots outside! PIEL BROS.' i trance to eighteen feet. The committee wereThat Ii.
the senate Mr. Smoot will undoubtedly on rivers and harbors whichis I you were not diplomatic. .
SSe Per Eal. 6Sc retain his seat. i now In session preparing a bill is
,I y I' No More Plural Marriages. giving no hearings but Mr. GriggS [You've got him going, Bellamy,
I "And you seriously wish to be understood > REAL GERMANLAGERBEERi has presented the claims to Chairman : And bp will not diminish! We have everything to make the
the committee, who misnt necessary up
of therefore
as representing, to the Burton His speed, pat as w
.
,
I Can :country I I that the plural marriage sys- } seemed Interested in the statement !1 Prepare to meet your finish. substantial part of your Christmas dinner. We

: Save You i' tern of your church as a practice. is which Mr. Griggs had prepared. the -W..J. Lampton In X. Y. Wbrid.) bought enough of everything, and we bought the
a "matter of the past saida "Mr. Griggs is sanguine that
as
Money on All moment ago?" queried the you interviewer recognition of Apalachicola In a sub very best. If you have ever patronized us you already !-

: Christmas 'I .' stantial way would ,repay the gov- know that we never short-weigh or overcharge.Ask ::1
of the great NEW CAFEWe
y f "Most assuredly and most em- ernment by makin one \
f Liquor. k I phatically! and In spite of all that may TRY IT! ports of the Gulf of Mexico. Apalachicola your neighbor what kind of treatment he gets

Don't take my word, but be .alleged Smith to at the this contraryansweredMr. point. '"Since the ONLY 15c A BOTTLE Mobile or is at situated the mouth very of much a great like hajust: opened a at this _market. Everything spotlessly clean. No i' j

i call and get my prices. I manifesto of the president of the river; According to Mr. Griggs more Cafe in connection with the flies, no dirt,. no' dust. ;, : .

$ know where you'll buy. church issued In 1890. announcing his $1.50 PER .DOZEN. territory perhaps is tributary to the Hotel arid can serve meals at T;
which finds the .
river
, intention obey the law of the land Apalachicola
with reference to plural marriaee. gulf at Apalachicola than the Alabama I all hours. Short orders a f.I i E.: GARTLAND & CO.
and advising his people, ,to do the river emptying,at Mobije. The I specialty. Special rates by 1 ;
\ JOE ROTH same thin?!,, which advice and the Morris ann e s see Aplalachicola has three important' .
_Chattahoochee, forming week or month. '
whole manifesto at the ensuing general tributaries Cor. Baylen and Intendencia Phone 1132
of the boundary line between ;
/ Qr GoTBrPiueot the-dmrch (October .half PARK HOTEL,
and Tarragona Sts.Z 21 w. Zamgossa St
Georgia and .Alabama the Flint and
6. 1890)). was adopted as the rule w
t\.'" " ,,, uu. and law of the chnrctye there have I the Coosa, whose. source is in the Blue 104 ,E. Government St.
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.ooooNOOOeNOaoooNOaoeoooooooooNOONOOONN LIQUQRCINVALID LAW is TEN:1 DOLLARS IMPRESSIONS OF <. .'"





| A Magnificent Display f DECLARED Just is think all ,you a small need.$10 pay- THE[ STATE U UI '



| of High-Grade | ment will procure your- iam- I PUBLIC Uf:

ily a high-grade lifelastingPiano.
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I = HOLIDAY GOODS = I I : ; *, '' CAPITAl '

Get it now-or buy-it now,

::3 ............ .............................i...... ,and have it delivered just be-

.. 2 Full Text of Opinion Handed fore Christmas.This Allan H. Roberts, of St. Pet- f

2 Finest line of hand-painted : Down Wall $10 will l ersburg, Writes Interestingly I I, :
f by Judge payment get
: .China, Cut Glass, Diamonds, 2 of Talla- 'SALEI;
you' a fine, Caswell, Bach, .,:
: Gold _and Silver Jewelry, : in Hubbard Case ,. .1 .
i 1i
,
: Toilet Accessories, Watches, i I I a; Shulz, or a slightly used, '.'"_"o!';.hassee. ... ,'.r,:'::
Tampa '
rt 2 Umbrellas, and Meerschaum r I Kranich & Bach or Lester, Allan H.-' Roberta,:,forme'rly,editor' II I

,. : Goods, in fact. everything : I or. one of a. dumber of good of but the who St.recently'r Petersburg went to Independent Tallahassee I

;4i : usually carried by the largest : t Following is the' fun text of Judge::pianos. to accepts' position In the statehouse !r

: jewelry stores in the country. : ; Wall's decision in the liquor license I writes- ''Interestingly of Flor- \
i law case: I f! $2.50 cheek will pay for Ida's capital.-In, a. letter to the Inde-,

I' i A range of prices to}fit any i I';'judicial"In the circuit circuit of court Florida for; in the and Sixth for!i''I'the Piano without interest., "I I of pendent.the capital He.:, rjvesr-his(n ,the following impreJsiqna. well-.. 'WATCHES"

county. '
Hillsborough drawn' tureImagine.
purse. pt
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t '' "The state of Florida, ex 1 el. John r. Prices from $139 up. Getit I II ., one/ of the finest places f
:: The selection of a Christmas : Hubbard vs. Board cf County Commissioners 110\\, I in the world absolutely different. In ,
is matter : ,-Mandamus! every detail to St. Petersburg, but
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present an easy
11 "The cause comes up on a demurrer I on the whole a fit sister for the 'OnlySpot J
13 4 : here. i j to the alternativewrit of mandamus. GET ,' and you have Tallahassee. The
IT NOW.The
j based upon two grounds: country is a series of high hills and i
2 May we show you our line 2t f "First. The failure to allege, that apermit deep valleys, with good fanning land' DIAMONDS I
I !i! had not been refused for Ipeal bunt on top of substratum of red ;
of beautiful and useful articles : a I
, I cause, and second the uncoastitution-[ Clutter Music House clay There is KO problem of street. Ii
: ? : i ality of the Act of 1899; Chapter 4747, paving and grading here. The clay*
; laws of Florida. 'The first objection
.. sub-surface has been left bare by thewinds .
R : : j having been eliminated l>r amend-I and rains of centuries past and'urnlshes ,
...... ..........*......+.*...+........+.. ment. the sole auestion to be determined I the best kind of a hard sur-'
.i.ii ,; is the'validy! of the act. lbLABoi[ face, short of vitrified brick, As for ;
; I "Are sections two and four of the b
1 grading it would cost millions to reduce ]
;:1( violative of the constitutional inhibition I
j Tallahassee to a grade and the
i
i LindenstruthlThe I I in that they attempt to 001. people here,have never attempted JEWELRY
fer upon the commissioners judicial ;; The roads have washed out from a
2 I powers! And if so, are these sections REFORM inches to eight or ten feet below it-I
" : I so interwoven with'and interdependentupon WORK surface 'by, the natural processes ,
I : Jeweler the other provisions of the act nature and that is 1.11'the grading a
: : i that without them, the act would bej Tallahassee knows about and, it Is i|t
j inooerative And lastly would the enough in the main. Before 'I
you come
the
Street.
South Palafox For
120 legislature have passed the act; with- Holidays
: |out Publicity a Vital Factor in to the Capital City you want to take j
the and restrictions
.s.ON.I..O .......o.........W..... N..N.... i contained safeguard in these : a correspondence course in Alpine]I
sections climbing for you wilt need it Also
., Creates Court. Furthering Efforts of t I
1, bring a flying machine to help yon
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\Vhil the of tbe commis- -
power '
out of any holes you may fall .Into.
.
sioners in the control and manaee- Child 'Labor Com All that is lacking to make Tallahassee SALE NOW ONand i
, ; meat of the fiscal affairs of the countyare
the of its kind ,
HNt prettiest spot anywhere -
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IOf.. t'r.. very large ret to confer on them
: 1. ... iiA mittee. is the orange groves of St. Petersburg .
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" r : 'IIli., ; judicial discretion would be to create I ,'and.the waters of grand. old. j closes on the
::l : t"T a court not authorized( by the. organic The third annual meeting of the Tampa. Bay, ,
; ;; ; :; : : law. 1\atlonal.Cblld Labor Committee, the Across- The Sea. 4': Eva of Chlstmas.
"The old act provided that an an- organization ud
.. .- ....'. -A:,.. ofhleh President "Speaking of the water remindsme
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j. T plicant for'a permit to sell liquors In Roosevelt is not only an honorary but that instead of-
I being on the east
: : f ;; // i any election district.'whrn the sale of an actively interested member, II shore of the ,Gulf of Mexico, I am i
: 111'1' : !"t: 'I it had jot been prohibited bv a vote reached its conclusion a day or so I BOW on the north shore, which; liter,
of the should be entitled
peonle. to
.. ;1..1, '.,!'Ji..." ifo ._\ ... ,.- presenting'to the ago. Addresses were made by Senator ally puts me "across the sea" from 1 Having been, unable to make satisfactory arrangements '
: Buch permit upon ''
: ;; : \ :: ;::'; Bereridge, Felix Adler Jane St. Petersburg. Ask 'a man here
.: i"ii -U""" '""i Vrj .0i 1 board a petition duly rtened by 9 Addams. Dr. Samuel with auctioneer make .
!! ; JlcVune Lindsay when the mall leaves' for the, south a jeweler's to '
majority *>f the fe!fstered voters'of .Homer Folks) ,Arthur T. Vance and
, / "\i i ?t i j the district, and al1thntfcated'and and !others, prominent in child''labor run he.east wUl.tare"-and',west at you We; trains are within here my annual auction sale, I. have decided to make a I i t''

I mibltefte according; to law. Under reform;-''rk.L Senator Beveridge de sixteen miles of the Georgia line,'and'I'
M } the. T'rovlc1ou.. of that act the supreme private sale and take these of. mak- ,
Y i' .- jJS : : : t' scribed in detail his bill recently introduced about two hundred from either the great means
: : court dpcfdfd that.the powers of the: into congress- to abolish eastern or western boundaries of our ing the. announcement.. By this sale, the public j [
jh1 board were limited 'to ascertainment
tn
::= l r child<, labor by prohibiting the inter- own' state. and as far_pretty nearly
; ,. .. ; ..l ..:.,. of the facts tb.t.t A petition state transportation of goods manufactured from the extreme southern confines of will have a chance to buy their Christmas pres- .
1 contained hunt
1 .: \:{ :% 2E ; ; } ; : S the' valid fide signatures ormined by child labor, aid Florida whIch will give 'you some-
::.. ..\ .., -,- :;: .. .._. .. ,. ,;.".," .. .r.--: of a majority of the registere4i Arthur T. Vance, editor of the thing of an idea of the size: of the ents at greatly reduced prices-in fact, they will

...'.:;i i -... '..;.:\ :: .,,. ,'; _#. E... :.,{ i! voters and that it. bas been properly Woman's, Home Companion reviewedthe state, that you can never appreciateit ,
_.",... .....!&.... ...)o'Moo.' ; "J:1:: ., 1i ; :(: t verified and pnblishpdAnd that value of in get auction bargains at private sale. This will \ j
publicity reform until travel from
J I yon one end to
court held that provision of the
,'stptntes which authorized a. the commissioners work. Mr. Vance said in part the other. The weather is cool but be a CLOSING OUT SALE OF UNREDEEMED ,
1I1 Publicity in reform is merely the pleasant
gt Wi I very ,
to revoke license bee
: : a. application of modern busIness meth- ''The. people of Tallahassee are the PLEDGES and of the two stocks of Jewelry
cause of a viol'fnn of thelaw' by r
'_. .. ; ods to reform work: ThIs' state- true Southern stock' and most of
the ft-at"r.. selllne to minors 'and fromTrustees9
MRS. UCUl I ment is so obviously true that it them have lived here all their lives,f recently purchased G.f.1
C1 tetras Toys at tow prices. A1 Kinds of dolls, and t"'mkpu even was yntd because it
Full: aisort.-rcnt ol big seems almost unnecessary to make it. for which
little on**. Lar assortment to select from-also Tea Sets, Express Wagons.etc. ., atter'n* Come 'In Jel look at our line.PFEIFFER'S I jr>n th> iKwrd. True, the court hold<1 The manufacturer. who has a product to everybody else. The exception to I Sale
BAKERY In which he believes spends this rule Is the
state officials who are I
that the balance of the act valid.
Has beet the standard for years. Send in your Christmas orders for Fruit was
Cake, Pound Cake, Ornamental Cake. We give you the best that good material hPf"ll1 that part of It which pro- thousands of dollars in buying pub-, elected to.live here, and many of rAt
sad skill can prod.. e. 211 Easflntendencia street. vided for the srantinsr; of a permit liclty in the newspapers and magazines these like the place so well they stay
>*MHKiHiW "iH ieI t" ..1i'o it'J providir-r for revocation about the virtues of'his product We back home or retire voluntarily. d for spotcash.
call this sort of publicity advertising -
Courtesy-honor Integrity all that '
The N' Act.
w
DIAMONDS, WATCHES. JEWELRY, 1 "The act of 1R9 rtrovWes, in substance and it is good advertising if-this the Southerner means, predominates The public will have an immense stock to select I
1'
-': product lives up to the claims he la Tallahassee. It is the site of the I '
I that a party doi'rlou of pn.2'H1n2'
of'Watches Diamonds
: CLOCKS PRECIOUS STON53 BRONZ3B In the sale of linnors should makes for It. We who are InterestedIn I state'county and federal governments from, consisting Jewelry .

illl STERLING SILVERWARE, present to the board petition verified reform do precisely .the same la.a way, the office of the United of all kinds, Sterling Silverware of leading
. by the oath of three residents, thing when we take steps to Interestthe States Surveyor-General for Florida .
OPTICAL GOODS. ; : ;
ART, POTTERY newspapers and magazines let our being .located In the government makes, bearing the Trade Marks of the Manu
I settintr' forth that the nnnliM'n( was 21
i CUT GLASSWARE. ; years of ace, sober, law-abidine, and pet theories and' If our reform Is, a building here."The capital building of facturers., t
ood thing the, people of the the state. recently remodeled is of
a man of snot 1 moral character; that countl'J"j'wlU
- therennon the boar should e usb tn stand by and ''back us coarse the chief interest of Tallahassee Some of the bargains at wholesale and retail r.

published a notice. calHn* tlnPn other words advertising- publicity -to; me of course-and another for spot cash'are as follows:
Engraving and Fine Stationery. all residents of the district within a and reform publicity' both accomplishthe I fine building, or rather series of build-

fie .. eMail I sneeft! time to show cause whv snehn same thing. "They arouse public. ings, is the old Florida State College, Solid Gold Rings, Chains, Bracelets, Lockets, J
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.. rmit should not bA sranted. and th" interest and public sentiment in favorof j now. the state college for women and
If any cruse wag shown or after*.....' the object: which they have in view.Not : girls. One ,sees very few new buildIngs etc. 1'
; Orders Receive Prompt Attention. to be shown, that the board should long ago a certain state passed ,' of any description nearly all Sterling Silverware i iIJI a child labor law not a very good of Colonial I
the
nroce''d- to s"c"rt in the truth oritv h1<; being style prevalent "
of the allegations of the petition, one, but better than nothing, and throughout the south before the war, Rich American Cut Glass. I
: and mint or refuge the permit ar: among the Inspectors appointed wasa and a type very rare in the newly
E. O. Zadek Jewelry Co. cordinelv. \Vila this, I* not the Ianuasre man who liked, to sit on the fence settled and rapidly growing South 100 Elgin, Waltham and other makes of 15- "

; ? of the act; it is Its Hear tin... until public opinion directed him on jewel movements. ',
MOBILE, ALA. : port and intent Does it not attemptto which Bide; be should flop. He went
"WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE.. confer on the board Judicial powers \, among his neighbors, dropping a ques- Solid 14 and 18 Karet Gold Watches with high
Wtf;*TOsei!#**** *!l **.do *IE'if..jf... 'iil":: .... .'iGe't in the ascertainment as to tion here and a hint there to see if F1orlda.NATIONAL
grade movements. Filled railroad
cases
adjusted
whether or not the applicant is 21 strict attention to the law would be ..
I of him. He speedily discoVered = watches with 17 19 21 and 23
years of. aee. sober law-abidtns an! required jewel move- ,
of eood.'; moral character How cnn I that rigid enforcement was expected ments. J
that be done without taking; testimony -I and without delay. Public '
Your Fruits as to .the troth or 1itr'of!' I sentiment against child labor- was fl 20 and 25-year Filled cases to close out at $10. ".:
those alle rations! ? Certainly not; I rampant in that state, and the law
therefore the act. In effect. '"ttPJT\rtt". Just passed was a law demanded by Higher grades in proportion.
I to create a court not. rpCOl'nfzAd hv'' the women and mothers of the com- COLORED !
and Fireworks law. Moreover can it be contended I!munity. .
that the sislaturo m.>.nt tbVt *n* Nowadays, we plan publicity in a
I t N>"'50n. firm o1* corporation could o'tain *- 'systematic' and scientific manner. largest Stock of Diamonds in West
a nermit to conduct such a business The problem is merely one of howbeat floridat r.
I in the community by simply' to reach the people whom we -
FromAPOSTLE'S I nresentine a petition setting no those'I want to interest whose help we 'wantto UB.HIS$ Diamond Rings;. from $5 to $1,000.Diamond'Ear t
.facts, veri'ted bv the oath of three enlist in the cause. A modern cam- .
parties all of whom mar be unknown 11 11r oaisa of publicity planned precise :.Scr ews from $10 to $750. :

FRUIT STORE, next to I r to to the the wishes bowed' of and the without other, residents any retard of I ly in as both a campaiga.of cases the effectiveness a4verti inj.of And the Diamond B.raeeIets)roni.'$15 to $100., I t:

I the district,. of whom there may be I' campaifB depends upon the worthiness When you are out doing Diamond Lockets from $10 to $100:: : t
The Gem Book Store. # # several thousand; and without takine of the cause. .
I'any steps to ascertain the reliabilityof I We have come to place a greater your Christmas shopping I Diamond N cldacesfrom $250..to $1,000. '
the parties whore' mice are attached dependence than ever upon the povr'- 1
Large and varied stock I to the oath* or the JUnes! of i of printers' ink in molding; p. ,b"? and!looking for good things Diamonji; _Link Buttons, Studs,, 'Scarf ins, IiBroocheselc

i
r the applicant to conduct business,: t '
of that character If J that were-the i It was wiblfeitr that fcronstf abr-:; and good goods, such as f

l comprising all of. the best case, then any man no matter what!, the downfall of the taisfana lotteryIt ? Fruit Cake Pound Cake : '
I his character or. previous .conduct. was publicity Hut prepared the: .
I could abtain a permit to t'aTrVn a ;, nresent investigationintn: Standard! ,
things the market affords. I dive of the lowest and vilest lijnd!Oil i It was a masain artirlc ttif Marshmellow Layer Cake P. S.-I.have.a. Safety Vault Fire and Burglar Proof and I am
;Eby simply inducing three lesidents of stirred up all this! tall; about the co prepared to takeGood' care of your article of value and w>H make. I.
and the Genuine German liberal advances- t the lowest rate of interest.
Saline ctrktly
finally led I-
the district to-vouch for his betas-j Wions in Panama that
candies dried l confidential 2S South Palafox Street ALEX. LISCHKOFF. prop. ;
Nuts, raisins, : sober law-abiding and a man of good the president link Intimate down there p.Ini.f" himself Cakes "Lebkuchen," we I .
I moral character even although the to investhzrate.
,stoners:: of the affidavit may never: ink has been foremost In the 1 ,
fruits novelties We'guarantee ife the headquarters.Look
etc. have seen er heard of him twenty fightfor -tnr! foodd for tte r '1latjc.Q .
; i four hQurs N>forevKinins the aft chrit. 'cf patent medic-lues. Itl."l *" for the Lights they
better I| Unconstiti-tioral. safelr a4! that publicity t.vdJT: 1= f
to give: you I i "The conclusion !In ir:>t table that the greatestpower for puilic rrfd will guide i you to the OLD t 'ALE.X.LISClIl OFF fj

; jt was never ja the contsaioUirlcn n' in the country.
goods and to undersell all i the-lawmakers ta-brn'a'jTjt; | : ; rjr to RELIABLE .
I risk brinein? aboHj any such ccpdi-: '
for which It enacted. and J
| tion of statutes. wag
small fruit stores $ -eNick's I i "Th(! Mart ..fossidi! .1 ttteVefore; "Third-That. \rittor.t those retn-- West t Florida Steam 226' South, Palafox Street,
t "Piivt-rThat sections ty-Q nnd I t,tiona and limitations .nn the rawe r-f .. .
j four of the set are, wnconititr.rlonal.! i the board to grant such penult inelil
i in that they attempt to confer Judicial j ':* $ tU1'Q would not have enacted the Or' Bakery
ensaco 1Ja. Opposite t Custom House.
i f powers en the board of county;' COB 'statutes. .
imi'stonprs. not authorize oy the! "It is; therefore ordered and. a.& NoV8 S. Palafox St. where J.
Fruit Store. \constitution.Second judged that the demurrer be sustained t .
I -That eliminating those and the alternative writ be quashed )1 you purchase the same. -;-----

1 two sections, the act becomes'inoperative .- "J. B. WALL Circuit Judge. I
and ineffectual for the purposes. "December 15,1906." a

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"Mr. Blarney.- From Ireland. 'I career cast for the role of a servant? masses and the more refined and cul sixteen months. The subscriptions +
There are few singing stars on the :She had played: a varied fine of parts : \ i W" 4 S f>f'"SS. tif t tivatedcitizens_ comprising the better towards the construction of the railway KNOWLES BROS.
;>j"i 4e'y7Ro!: f.i .N r X.x 4 -- '' ; S grade of lovers of all that is goodIn during the last five years amount
stage to-day who are gifted to the which ranged..from .the sh lDPrln soubrette t-.t1i= s.sJvBf.JtfH?fs wffci-Tmfaaatg*W4r3t. Insurance.
point of writing the songs they sing to the heroine of Shakespeare's ::'tt.... .:':.4r> ...?. i, ..* ,',' .,;;},.'.7lJ : t ;;$.Yf{i' tfW: : !;> t S. i/"H.::$\i theatrical offerings. The play of"Parsifal" ed to. $12,000,000 contributions by .
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In their productions, which would enable I creation but when it came to impersonating '!1td; '"\ {f S *, ? 'r: ; & %: 4'>.r-i.l:* N*J r: essentially appeals to the the Turkish government FIRE LIFE, ACCIDENT MARINE
them to have melodies; n"t firing' the. servant she was in a r ; .r-- .> t :" :W< 'J !> -';\l<;V ,\*>-jf* Is&: : f r;"> .9** '?*: VirK..:: Intellect, and one whQse best enjoyment of which about. $11,000,000 had been General Agents of U
used by others. In this gift Mr. Fiske dilema.In .;to o/...'<>!o \ts$> iq;; V't: '.. t.Gr 'W }.tft'@ ,,.jf : t"eAl : is gained through that medium spent '
{ ,"" !-N/_>.; q-- .,;- "';, ..,:\- tt..%_ ,* .h'*'."" '" find worthy vehicle The main line reached Tabouk and The Equitable
cannot more
O'Hara, the new Irish star who will order to secure the proper atmos- ;;*-j-g4 1 : }f',,,,' 1 "z:'!';:" ::' tJ.... ""-" ,- ,'!i....'.' a {
shortly be presented in this city by phere Miss Crane spent several divs ';f'Jt-L 1:: !il:y av : 'i'f '',! :::;f $;:f ;;: 1-. than "Parsifal" a's presented by the survey is now being ppshed' to LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF NEW

Mr. Charles E. Blaney, the well-known visiting the offices in Xew ,Yorlf City ;'i'i...,.. .;. ." 'J.- ":.J<;t >.j ; ".:..'" ..'Sr.f:.I."t1', rvStt Messrs. Martin and Emery's capable Mada in Salik. Every effort Is being YORK.
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author and manager, stands almost where female help is furnished .and > '... 4.4Ss ",,:'1"Q, .. : :. ,'r. ..':',"}- ':.''."'"!'-..'.< company. The spectacle however, made by the Turkish officials to, pop- 209 South Palafox Street.
alone. He has written a number of studied the characteristics of the ;(<<:?;;:! << :4 :\ ; iitrr-1-t:: .}"'!: : cannot fall to 'Please all classes. ularize the railway among the pil \. :
"'' f. ;t" Jt. >.t $1'"JV"' There is something in its production grims. :Several: parties of guides and
songs for "Mr. Blarney From Ireland"the girls seeking employment Later sheacct'ptf'd ':: 1" r t ; :: fI' '
comedy: written for him .by Mr. a position in a. family- that '<;'-fI ) 1-.f';, : ;." : (,... ?'itk': rJB"" ",j.f '". that will 'appeal to every Individual. teachers have heads.recently of the left different Medinafor ............ ........... .. 11
Blarney, and among those which have lived next door to Helen ..Gould'and '5 '"'' ",f., .. ..f ,.l to. .. tasteBut there ,is that somethingin the main : -
already made a most pronounced hit remained th re for a m nth. j )1'fr.., ..M.::' "i.r2"4.; k\!".:,; 1, < g : r.-.4: ;">f.1"";w 4',.+<,::""'1.4 i..., this, '"drama of all} dramas" sweet .land: routes to Hedjaz with the object .
svlth the audiences who' have seen' At'the end of that time she felt that : '. /1di/'t"f: ,* ':f .. 1-"Vjo "n pervading its four ltb'SOrbln2d!, of inducing the Kafilaa to travel .. : ,
and heard him, are "Sunbeam of My she had absorbed enough; knowledgeof ; ':ji2Vifl ,\ <:4, f ,,. .1 ;:f.ot.( { that never. fails to hold its auditors by railway. The Sultan has orderedthe + l
Heart" which stirs the tender the servant eirl question to Qualify !" ,4?; J: ,.. ?! Jt.t.fi.,..:; from beginning. to end, spellbound : railway authorities to carry free i i ,

thoughts: of young people who are her for thug role Mr. Harris assignedher {l JF."if. 40t tJ'i'. ,,*'1" ;1A-t K. j5: with Intpqse. 'Interest and pleasure. .of charge indignant pilgrims. : 11
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beginning' to entertain thought! of to, and when rehearsals beesa.at """ < ""'w "" W."g',, ,% 'hI'"Y"i; .. .,, ; This sompthlnT Is' its sweetly human + '1'1.1'1' f .
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which touches tender ro"morles Charles Klein the, author qf '..Tt1e r! .. "ik it '0,'" "" ..:1. '{1 1sy.t.f. to7 ifid lj'ory. and enhancM s IT.d.bf'i'btpDPd MISDEEDS OF POLICE .
Pear, .. """ ;; -Mmme. '
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and thoughts in all: "The Fairy"and Lion and the Mouse* 'were 'of. the pl .1-* i!t;,> !)' !l" '::1 d "' "m" 1 (r f Augsburg, a lady doctor has been i. ;
"One Littla Baby." which appeal same opinion. I, t ; \, i )L \;' : P7; ;? '-;'ir;, and orientalism surrouu .... .J?:: ..; ( ; ,, 1 .? sentenced to a fine of $50 for writ- .
ends' ., .. .. 0, it alL "P'.r<:ifal" natrons pay
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:"zo';''<''t-' 'Z.jlt << t ? ., > bear in i"'M that th n..ct lift ing an
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them. Yon have iipver heard these with the first! "art but in the few { !, ; "-"t :L'f.: '>{ > e article Is
nor the others he'sinsrs, but can have Scenes which..ehf'--' is .-tPB Miss ('rased,; t ,,4a.a6+;,> '>;J il&t ; t } < J''f '7' :: of the curtain win occur rromntly.: at : cf the Police. The exercised Ii

that pleasure when h.. Is presented makes hop a very itit"r>tin adiunctof ; .fd .9y i,. ,. 'gtIf"4i' .rd" .,...Wit., ; .Y4,: ,+:t---k--. ,,, ':.xAt, 7:45.: Owing to the auditorium being intended to expose the brutality Get.your : .
AAt '! ,t.. '!I" ; t; ;. ,. \,. ..,'i, ; ';: ../ .. b* natPd aft T by the police during the recent I ra. ,
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here by Mr. Blarney. Potv't; miss them Mr. Klpln'a| delightful story. Hr I "":'1>. '' :: ...tJtO. > ,.-;".:'!.),>,. : :/j..t-- > .ii. ::""' .....> 1'f>>" *" > in : ; of the manifestation for universal suffrage.i S ji
full,of beauty in portrayal of the' Dart b.-ine widely Jn.,r.tz' sar> ; ,' If for il i1' : ; r
you cars songs; ; .
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like char.I )'I'Af., .K. ''; 4" & .' ;" <- .,. 9; }/ first act. Ten minutes
Luncheon ,
lyric and harmony. Onera house Dec. different from, tjv t of any .V.5<.!!t'-!:' ,(' ff;;' :P. ":: "''''" '':J'! :\:$t"6x' t, 3d ; ,; 'y:.. >'9 fhyi.' will mentions workman whose hand i t 'II
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biberto -- ue.MJn the Atn"Ti-| annrnacb (
:5. Matinee and night. can aster drama... "The r Lion, and The :: fy; : : ? : ;: t' 1 be given -nnSfprmPd Heralds )>1n"In2' was cut off by a police officer's sabre.
'fni+ : i "Parsifal" motif on their The judge in passing sentence said ;
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"The Lion and v. he Mouse. Pensacola on Dec. mj1tl a While out I
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Mouse :.'i:).., r-i.t.( w\: [ .t 4t.; : ,"'-i1; .Y,{;' clarions. that the title in itself was an insultto I } ,
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When Henry B. Harris 26. I' Y' +e :' "9' G,:+'B> d ><, .C k honor of the police force. ,{
Dorothy Crane for the port of Eurtoxla ; r4 2: if$ ; -:"- ''1ii x l p::: ;;: {f c. the : ." ,, '
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In "The Lion and the Mouse. which "The l Chef' i Rolf"x':w 'y w : ; PRAYER Scarf Pins Cheap. I Shopping .

will be here on Dec 26, the lady "The Royal Chef" with Harry I ,,,f.(. {! 'f} \-.w,.,,<.. 1i{ 'i",.:.t "'i' .!1. .,.,: M ,:.... ,,.. ft..A\,.,; I BE RUN An error crept into the big ad of .. H'
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in the stellar role, willSCENE ,, <:.- j' 'f "Y" r.ff"'lJ': }"t .z r.: ;;:- ZY : < ;
found herself for the first time In her Hermsen > ..... .t ...'' ,,, -ri ( "' ''',,; quoting .. ;
I ,4ift-i;: : < t-'.?: 4l; %;.-t.: t".J'.v'f\. *: >< -; fA':' ;t J. F Davis last Sunday :
o' r' *,, ; 'i, ,, W. :: ,;,<:t.t"'J) ...- 'Kw ;(i F; ::;: ,. rT have At the tf
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Dec. 22..Prayer
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}$: ;! 'f.'l +' t 'i<;"4xxti; .t ? .iIIf;SSg MSina rte. be run." Such an announcementwill been $1.00 instead. Mr. Davis i i : 1
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i:oa,..tX!;j : ;;:iifffYYWj" }r Jr;:; 'Y'...as'y r. :y. -:.. ,..':* ak t+>:::7;. x line of the Hedjas Railway which is to advertise his popular one .: : ili !
ci ,?7 d;jl-4 ;,n1;L;:;:f i1t: ;;1 .. !i''' ",ri: ''' ; expected to reach Medina in about dollar pins as, a leader. Kttd1e ._
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The list of artists : .or
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point to a salary list very expensive ployed in spectacular production. Th I i Fit for the : {. !
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5 including Harry Hennsen, Oscar Rag appearance of .1.:
awaited with interest, for although r 4y ; : :
land, Walter B. Smith, Douglas Romaine. ,
; seen here' before, much of its y t Gods rI rZ "
Osborne Clemson, Gertrude never .-.t 4 .
Hutchesont Elsie Frazee, Grace Out-: reputation has preceded it f.' ,' .. ...i .I. t. .
cault aad Charlotte Cameron. As for .
"Parsifal," Jan. 4. .; i it.
the mounlln; of the, play itself none t
y but the'1rl?he5t praise can be given.. .Since Wagner's celebrated dramfof t.' .: y' 'L
It is Bald to disclose a fine appreciation : "Parsifal" has been announced for : .:&.,1 .
of scenic values and an artistic Eta presentation In the opera house .. .it

sense of correctness.. The'ea: Friday January 4, quite a considerable ..'...'1'1..1'1'X. ... .. .. ,. \ 1
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all classes of our "
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newly built in New York for thisseason's I I. Y.t .
tour 'and displays 'unusual theatre goers. There is no doubt but ;
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much of ,
fidelity to artistic standards. The I p "ij'
second act shoving the interior ot the"Raiah's" curiosity, occasioned "having heard ; !
of the tremendous excitement that a.' : i ,,if .
palace, gives the apaear- 9t r 9s f
was. Ted up at ita initial productionin oi. __ .. r1IMH + 'I
of architectural solidity distance .rr j' '
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York City.- But by far the '
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and correct persixrtive, while ,
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first act is a beautiful and rich picture I 'The Jackles and the Rear Admiral
reading class of they
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.,IN THE. LION AND THE MOUSE", ol Orientalism. Every property down by .1l J !

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"AGE FOL'RTEEN' THE .PEN8ACOLA. .JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MORNING,. DECEMBER. za, 1901.

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n RAILAYS WILL i. _

Stock at Its Best tAll I ,
Our Christmas
THE December 26th
CHILEAN EARTHQUAKS. .
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il Christmas .. HAVE TO iiYDEURRAGE
.. our past POSITIVELY AT S O'CLOCK.
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i business,. records are .being Written to a Dublin Physician

broken. Our splen- LAMAR' AGAINST

4j; did stock meets with E by His Son Who [ HENRY B. HARRISPRESENTS

..t a high approval and everybody Was in Santiago. I

f c is buying more THEINCREAS '
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: R gifts than at any holiday TERRIBLE SCENES OF DEVASTATION [Under New Order of Railroad The Dramatic Success of the Century

DEPICTED BY A COLLEGE _
within
season our mem-
III Commission'Where;
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i r I THE LION
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"" '" WOULD DO CREDIT ;TO AN EX- Shipments are Dec
,, ,- ; course, deeply grateful Measure Providing for I :,+, -fc9L '
*: ?" JSoecfal
'. for this PERIENCcD PRESS CORRE : f *:. layed : -
ti. patron-
generous
;.. fA Raise in Congressional -- I AND THEMOUSE_ =

: 1 _-, .... age, there is another t SPONDENT.

. lii' t ; I. phase of the matter that Salaries. II I to'The iournaL
Tallahassee, Dec. 21.-There was
.3y', "" S is particularly pleasing By Timothy J. O'Connor. a meeting of the Railroad Commission
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Dublin Dec. 22.-It Is a far cry I On the question of raising the salaries I Tuesday- consider the adoptionof
US. It is that and ,
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IIBt', to you {; from Santiago and Valpariso toDt, -'. an amendment to the demurrage
of members of the national house
> "i, everybody else are going lem and it is a long time since tne rules which the commission believes An American Play of Intense InterestBY
t of representatives a few days ago- the
8 Chilean earthquake and yet what are will bring, vrelief to the' shippers.
E;$ ir f t to receive a whole lot of perhaps the best written letters in Florida delegation was divided.' The There was a large number 'of,prominent
j I, connection with that, incident are bill provided for an increase of two railroad men and several representatives CHARLES KLIEN,

(t.. tft 15\ l presents, probably more those which have been received by a thousand 'five hundred dollars In the of the wholesale grocery AUTHOR OF "THE: MUSIC I MASTER" AND "DAUGHTER OF M EN"

: \ : HIf: : 'r ., than, you ever received well known Dublin doctor from his salaries of congressmen W. B.. Lamar -I houses' who presented both sides of
ii son, signed "Jack" and dated at "In- ( of this district .spoke, againstthe the vexing "question to ,the commission Year in New York City-Six Months in Boston
Second
\ \\ \ :,l : lllil" '. before. In fact, this ternado National, Santiago, Chile measure while Frank Clark of the 1 ..
.', August 31. The letters are certainly Second made a speech in favor of the Today the commission Is sending r Four Months in Chicago.
I be
il looks of the -
.. rj ': : r.t to one worthy of a far wider circulation bilL S. M. Sparkman, of the First I II out the new rule which Is as foe>"'s:
I J than have been them. Office of the Railroad 'Commission' of
cCorncs real old fashioned given Among district took no active part in the debate I
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gen- other things the son of the doctor but cast his vote against the the State of Florida. America Has Never Known' Such a Triumph

. ._ erous, happy Christmas writes: I measure. I In the matter" of the amendment' of
"Here we are living in easy luxury The following is the speech. delivered the rules and regulations of the railroad
... i times.! In the meantime we would say to you, the guests of the government, lodged, by Congressman Lamar: i commission by adding rule Ito P.RICES. 50c 75c and $2.00

stocks are still complete because of our'heavy fed, clothed and supplied with everything I shall vote against'the proposed (In: the "demurrage rules."
,, pur- we could require from a toothbrush crease of the salaries of members of This matter coming on' this day t to
chases; prices are liberal in your favorand; especially E to a portmanteau by the personal this house either for the sixtieth congress be heard, after due notice to all the Seats on Sale Monday at Noon.
order of the president. The or for the sixty-first congress. railroad companies and common carriers
If you shop in the morning, there's comfort story of the catastrophe is a frightful If It ,were to go into effect for the doing'business wholly or in part --- -

and much this one. sixtieth congress it would be members within the state of Florida, and the
pleasure in visiting large store.
E "The evening before the earthquake of this house practically voting said railroad >companies having been
t Look around whether you buy or not. we were playing football by upon raising their own salaries, for given an opportunity to be heard and Xmas MatineeAND
a triple rainbow of extraordinary many members of this house are the commissioners being fully advised
: JOE ETelenbone' brilliance so bright that the glow of' members of the sixtieth congress. I in the premises;
G COLEMAN its colors tinted the atmosphere all shall debate it squarely upon the It is hereby ordered and adjudged NIGHTDECEMBER

211 (; round. It was the talk of the evening proposition of raising the salary. c at That the rules and regulations of the
I 212 S. Palafox St.n and the old Spanish majordomosaid all. Mr .Speaker, I have no objection railroad -commission of the state of 25

Lt l l it predicted bad weather. Next: to any man upon the floor of this: Florida be and the same are hereby.
day rain fell at a high temperatureand house entertaining 'a very large or a amended' follows:'
no one thought any more of the very small estimate of nis own abili By adding the following to the"de
.. \ matter. We had-dinner'as usual at ties. I neither belong to the rich murrage rules:" CHAS. M. BLARNEYPRESENTS
.0....N.........N.......NN.-.................. half past six and when the boys wentto class nor do I know anything of 17. Whenever shipments have
'." " " ." '." '. study I went to my room to read.I the conditions of ward politics so accurately been received by any railroad company

could not fix my attention to read, set out by the distinguished such shipments destined .to stations
ti so I spent my time looking throughthe gentleman from Massachusetts (Mr. within a distance of' fifty miles
Get Your graphic about the king e epan's of Sullivan.) I come from an agricultural I from starting point shall be transported
I' wedding and saw some photosof district where, although I am a to destination within two days 1 .The Famous
Christmas Dinner the San Francisco disaster In the lawyer by profession and have been from 7 o'clock p. m. the day of issuingthe FISKEHear I
number. honored with the high office in my bill of lading and in one day's
same state of attorney-general 1 could not I additional time for'each additional
"At ten minutes to eight I felt a IRISH TENORHear
make exceeding $5,000 in the little]
I strong "trembler' but thinking it was fifty miles or fraction thereof; provided
-AT- / U only our ordinarily little blood cur- town In which I live by my profes that In computing time of
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sion. This house is constituted practically
freight in transit there shall be allowed
dlers I did not at first take any no O'Hara Sing
of three classes of membershipone ofDEAR"
tice. With increasing rapidity the twentyfourhours at each point
S2 very rich who do'not need any where transferring from one railroadto
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trembling increased and when I felt
[ raise of salaries at all; another class, another or re-handling of freightIs liMY OWN
[the whole house swaying I jumped .
who represent railway and other corporations involved, and for' failure to transport The Bostonians.
t i up and opened my door but as I"did
N's Restaurailt there was a frightful torremento in addition to being members such shipments within the time MOTHER
do not need
4., ea I earthquake. The house bounding out of this house and and the prescribed, the railroad company
raise of salary' at all;
e of its foundations, jerking, wrestling any shall forfeit and pay to the consignoror 'SUNBEAM
In the hands of some awful other class are those who can not consignee the sum of $2.00 per day
straining
|supernatural power, the walls ripping make communities more than in which$5,000 they a year live.in The the on'all car-load freight and one cent OF MY HEART"'ONELITTLEBABY" "
hundred pounds day on package .0' H
open, gaping idiotically, and then fallIng believe, per per A R
people In district I do not
my
J with a sickening crash; I clungto ; freights and freights in less than
best .i ,would tolerate my voting for any Increase car-load with minimum charge of fi
The Poultry, Eggs, Fish: Game, Fruit i my door the safest place In sucha < of the salaries ot'members of
for the
house seemed to 25c any package provided
The
:: and Vegetables, Wines, Beer and Liquors 1: have danger.gone mad" ,and danced in its congress. Today the tobacco lumber men, men fruit shipper makeS: demand therefor In IN
the vegetable men,
that are brought to Pensacola are purchased j,* homicidal frenzy! Washstands chairs, men, and farmers generally in the district writing within thirty days thereafter;
provided further, that in no case
and lighting lamps were
+* by Nick Apostle for this restaurant. You get it i bookcases flung about the room like confetti,. I represent extortionate are pressed railway and rates in'Jured shall the penalty on any shipment exceed
but the by the value of the goods trans
B i the very best of everything here. They all try :: The smashing rumbling and crashing continued the crying, and sentatives charges., neither And this democrats house of rep-nor ported. The period of time during Mr Blarnoyfroni Irolniid

e: imitate Nick's talking and shouting of orders rose adequate which the movement of trains Is suspended
to place, but they can't. :: I rushed into my room, tripping republicans has not. passed an for any cause not within the
.. loudly. law to protect'the Interests of
io
ef the roads to prevent shall
bookcase picked up my; power
e over my here and I
sent
/ lamp and blew it out. The next room' win the people'who not cast ''a. vote me to ''raise either be added to the time allowed herein. ,AN IRISH-AMERICAN COMEDY DRAMA
Provided further That the initial
was empty; Griffith had flown; his my own salary or the salary of members carrier shall be held to MATINEE 25 50 75 CENTS.
responsible
I lamp was blazing on the floor. I ran house collectively when PDICFQJ J ,
ee of this
to the starcase and shouted for: someone fair, the consignor or consignee for delayin I
NICK APOSTLE to come; the house was on fire. this just house and adequate hag declined statute to pass that a will accordance with this rule and NIGHT 25c. 5Oc 75c $1.00..1
whenever in the of
"I saw two panic-stricken little boysat the Interest of which I speak transportation any
J: Jo stairs standing likea 1 protect freight which may pass over two or
PROPRIETOR. the foot of the Some of the railways in my district

!................................................. stag before the foot of the door pack.I and.I are capitalized at two, three and more after,it lines has any been delay'promptly Is occasioned, offered to Thursday[ December 27th.
L ................................ ... ............LJ pushed into the garden four times their value. Every, article connection by the initial road the
found Toro, a boy of about 18 (a I shipped out of my county, every article a ,
shall : of'the roadat
nephew of Balaeceda. the great president ; shipped out of my district Is unjustly initial road recover ,
of Chile) and two boys of about ; the fraudulent fault for 'demurrage'paid In accordance

i: ;: _;i lmiU!! illlIliIllffilltt;!!!!: !; : = llmilim!! !!!!!i; the same age Xietos, of millionaires the great device taxed of overcapitalization by gross ,of the This rule with stall this, be rule.effective' on.'and, ORIGINAL PRODUCTIONThe
family the great annum
Nieto Whether $7,500 per
railroads.
of Valparaiso. We rushed upstarsand compensation for: after'.January 1st A. D., 1967. .
ir. adequate '
gathering bed clothes of all sorts be members! sn or not, I place one serious, Done and ordered bye the railroad Musical Cocktail With a Menu ofMusic
Ii The Presents Ii commission of_ the state of Florida
Right tackled the flames. It was a terrible objection to it upon the ground that y
; fight; the bed had got the flames; 1 this house without regard to party id session at their office in the city Direct From a 26 Weeks
and moment of Tallahassee, Florida this 18th day
the smoke was frightful any did not when it had an opportunity .
In =g retreat might be cut off and adequate of December A. D1906.
our just
\\to do so, pass a" fair Run in Chicago
of the walls-as i it the J. L. MORGAN.
..at... by the collapsing law that will protect people
was they gaped and grinned, and whom I have the honor to represent Acting Chairman.
Nfl something threw bricks and motarat Whether $5,000 per 'annum be adequate Attest: THE
I us, and generally behaved like a or not, let me state what a distinguished R. C. DUNN,
The Right Prices half-witted boy at a burning house.At member of this house said Secretary.
last we gave a cheer; we had to me once. Several members were
NN won; the enemy's fire had ceased and standing around and talking about the
l great clouds of smoke alone arose. I sacrifices men had to make to come A I GOOD JOKE ON

I. Ii asked for the light one was holding;.. to congress and speaking of the inadequacy C CHEF
> I about on the floor congressmen.
a moment poked of the payof

i a are to be found here. efl I was; 'I looking could for not mother's find it. photograph Nieto[ tar"Well, do,"you said believe this gentleman these Pickwickian "La- SEVERAL READERS ROYAL

1 have the prettiest and most I Ii picked up my big top coat and beggedme stories?" I said "Well. I do not F -

; t stylish line of Fancy Suspenders tii to come. We must go out and (know. I am inclined to doubt some The publication In The Journal last
i aU'the lamps in the: not believe
put out of them: Said he, "I do Sunday of the facsimile pang of Pen- BIG CAST INCLUDING
:::t Handkerchiefs, Shirts, Ba house. What a terrible journey. a word. I do not know how it is with sacola's first daily published Feb. 15 HARRY HERMSEN GERTRUDE HUTCIIESON
gg Collars Sox and Novelties. Sometimes it was necessary to go other men but this Is the softest snap! read
a: I ." 1878, nearly 27 years acv! was OSCAR RAGLAXD ELSIE FRAZE
the stairs an- liCeI
Efi Come and them. It will tift i jback and up and down walls I have ever struck in my question with"a great deal of Interest not only WALTER B. SMITH LaBELLE LAURETTE
sec i other way because of the fallen I would not minimize this by the older'residents who were here OSBORXE CLEMSOX STANLEY FELCH
N g do you good to look at them. 1ft| "At last we were all able to leave I bv either reflecting upon the motives at that time but the younger generation -
I the house. The boys were all gathered cf the man who wanted to vote for itor as well. AND THE FAMOUS
.:t :: half down. the I cf the man who
I in the glorietta way upon the motives The advertisements in the japcr
.. g:: Eastward Don Emilotaro's it. I place BR.C>
:: vineyard. 'I wanted to"ote against::: were read with as much interest as Its ILER.S
Ei: :: i beautiful residence burned i my vote squarely upon the eround, I jncwg matter and in this connection

1N n" ,like a beacon fire in the night-: Southward I that the third congressional district t!;()mg very amusing!!!: things hapnen: 60-PEOPLE-60 80 SONG HITS-SO
D & l. MAYER and one thoughtof tolerate a vote -
a the town lay 'In my state will not '[One of the advertisements read like
MN r De Quincy's "Essay on Roast Pig. j raising my salary or the salariesof this: I A PERFECT: PRODUCTION PRESENTED IN PERFECTION.
tjjjTHE country-that is'miles when to tfiis time 1 I'have
Northward was open .other members "Fresh country *?es at McDavid a
<*u of walnut trees and in the distance 'not succeeded setting; leisla-t Strut's at tOe"pr ' the Andes;, and to the west was '! Uon! out 'of this house that will psoItect the ont price I II
Next to Merchants Hotel. I Now con=id*>rln'r pro
N cur residence; and behind it the residence them against extortionate overcapitalization -'of r eesr thin ws a very startling: an- FRIDAY JANUARY 4th

ft .. ml;H of Don Adolphe Eastman and-! fraudulent railroad I ninncenent-pn4on that wag,, worth! ,
i.1H N,:...::.::. .mjmmn; III:;:l'm1I; m mn'lI:; II:11I111I1111I11:1: II U II::1:II PII: some said his house had canght fire;; !rates. I tpfrfnc adrantpee of vpn If It did
.J NH :t nm 11: :.NN MNMMN ::::i I::1:1:::::: ::::::::::1:11:II:::: :i I: iil. and when we went'to see we foundit rter.to the .wr'r market; 27 rears asp.One Messrs. Martin & Emery'sColossal

.._.. __ __. was ours and the flames had got t ldv. wTi'n !st", roat) the ad, *>i
u beyond control, and that we had lost. was of course impossible so we re eo pxc'tod over .It lfct; :"s1 rushed Production of Richard
N :: ::!\::II:::I::mllllllllll:mum:I III I!:III III! : : ::::J II: : : a everything ,we had in the world. 'I turned. We met our Chilean music,, :>cross the ctr.4t= to a'nielfbqr r '$JhoT| esnd

went into one wing with Mr. Hamilton master, a widower with a lot ol", prrtno pdMhRitj ,the 'two*'families Wagner's Mystic: Festival DramaPARSIFAL
: "QUALITY" COFFEE: I I and we threw bedding out of the: I children, running along the road, hat- I ro togetb and,bur'a.thole'. C3S"'yof
Tbe second earthquake )iless-not knowing where he was-he,i Kn.An t pr telenhoned" T*; Jane
I'Voindow.
and as the walls continued..'had lost everything. We found Surgeon 'jtil and wanted to know If McDviif& ,
I to e crash we abandoned the house ando Majoraze, the medical attendantof f Strout was a P nscoia firm and
"JACKSON SQUARE"Only many things we loved to the the college, poking in the ruins, : Mill 'another wanted to know If theifinn
flames. We had no time for regrets.. trying to find where his cook was I : did business on Intendencia
Lecky and I were sent into the town, buried." 1! street: -

to telephone to Valpariso and Santiago The letter teems with human Interest These things are laughable and Adapted by Wm. Lynch Roberts and Presentedon
that all the boys were safe." Incidents and it Is- doubtful r ro"mute a. gooe .joke pn each of the
in air-tight cans-25c per pound.IMPORTERS But what a sight''' met us. Limache: whether: a trained'correspondent ol: J'r'O'n9' who tmt-fooled on hP' ..7rlrMld a Scale of Grandeur Never Before Attempted

was a thing of ,the past: not a house i metropolitan .papers could hare seent'more. ,'y 'ad. .hut' they also contain f.1 \
1 COMPANY Ltd. was standing and what remained 01the [ or the interesting, thIngsin -oral as well. If people will re"\' Evening Performance at 7:45 Prompt. Carriages at 11.
COFFEE people were gathering in the: conectlon with tb oChllt>an earthquake srd give attention tQ.advertisements
ruins of the station horror stricken I than.this Son Of a Dublin 'physician .1 27 years oM they arepretty'ant to doth THIS COMPANY POSITIVELY_ DOES NOT LEAVE SAME: NIGHT.
H 6 NEW ORLEANS, U. S. A. and in despair for the average Chilean I who had been in attendance" < sam thing In reference to adver-,
PRICES: $2 $1.50 75c & SOc Seats.
na:1...'..": uu.III.fNN 1 __N;....... '...... .,.J "_'." I.-t" knows little of God. To telephone i upon one of the college* there. tt'i'mpnt<:t that 8J'P'f'1.1 1t* $1,


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUN_ D AY. M_O RNI NGf- DECEMBER, 23, 1901.__ .r.


-STATE OF, FLORIDA AT THE 4 iI



I

JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION


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Land of Flowers Will Be gained. It was gained however andit i
would also be a difficult matter to I p iJj # ,
Represented in Fitting find any man who is not pleased and
who does not realize the benefits derived .5'

Manner at Big from the Past state's,Success.Investment.' ____ I. : (;; H

Show. In past ventures including the _
great state fair that came to an end
last month Colonel Brown's predictions
through his able work and that
COL. BROWN ,SAYS STATE WILL,of hjs public spirited associates have
(I become, realized facts and now he
HAVE AN EXHIBIT THAT WILL declares that we.are on the eve of

ATTRACT MORE ATTENTION an even grander and more beneficialera
of success and progress. With
THAN THAT OF ANY STATE IN faith in his ability and public spirit
we take him at his word and from
THE UNION-A PLAN SUG I now on will continually sound the

slogan "Florida at the Jamestown ex
GESTED. position." Santa Claus Headquarters !
I i itrix
e Florida we-regret to*state, was not .
represented at the world's fair at St.
Florida at the Jamestown
exposition Louis other than through a small ex '
11 a subject that is being and should hibit 'secured through the efforts of :
1f: discussed and endorsed by <
every the Florida Times-Union. The legis- !'If' t
ran, woman and child who BOOKS GAMES BLOCKS FRAMES >r f
has the lature failed to provide an appropriation r ,)8t
interest of the state at heart says the necessary for representation at PICTURES GOLD and LEATHER GOODS ; .. .. i'. 1 1L ) fi
Times. : :
Tampa And this the i
interest that fair. The same is the case with t j
Times is glad to state is daily increasing the Jamestown exposition but ,nevertheless fiII
in volume-is making itself this difficulty will be over- : iiFIREWORKS. .- j !II
felt in every nook and .crannie of the I Jamestown exposition
The
Paradise of Flowers. t come.owing to its location on Hampton "' \jj Elegant Store, Elegant Goods, Store Service Unequalled. 2he !

And more than the above the Roads, near Norfolk, is of infinitely 1
Times takes even greater pleasure greater importance to Florida than Old Reliable Bookstore Brent Bulfdlnit (II i
In declaring Florida is going to be the Chicago and St. LouIs' world's ? C.w PA :ybM'A Phene 235. j ata o>< Y i'lt
magnificently represented at the great fairs. Virginia the mother of states rcF _p .
Exposition on historic Hampton Roads is the gateway of the south. The At- i THE LARGEST THE CHEAPEST THE BEST. -- J is

-represented in a manner that will lantic Coast Line, Seaboard. Southern -
__.
attract( the attention and admiration and other great trunk lines that I

I of> thousands from every section of traverse the Old Dominion have their 'zlllaE.. za"I..S> .>a1....Z E: RDSI.IKIg >
the civilized world thereby placing terminals in Florida and the great- reproduce at Jamestown ancient girl to the large, bequest of the exposition themselves, and every l R aIi
Florida on the pedestal she should ,est tide of traffic that comes to our j tort Marion at St. Augustine the wealthy business man will be appreciated state represented has fallen into the '
and will occupy-that of being in re- :. state passes over these lines. The ,ji scene of the first settlement in the and we will endeavor to return plan with hearty accord. For the purpose Are you undecided what to give him or a "
amy the empire state of the south i south is today attracting the atten- 1 i United States thereby making Florida the same after the exposition."I of displaying the products of the Ii n
jn honor so long claimed by our :, tion of the world as never before and 1I j in reality the oldest state in the hold in my hand an advertising states the exposition company !is i .
her
neighbor and sister state, Georgia. j Florida is in the van. The Jamestown ,union. This suggestion from a historical pamphlet In which is shown halftone erecting an immense building the i, i for a Christmas present ? a ,
Brown's Declaration. I I exposition will be a southern {: standpoint is a most excellent pictures of every state building floor space of which Is 103,700 square ''u e
You may rest assured that Florida exposition-the first real exposition ,one. The past is deeply interesting t*. *.- seen f>'t the wounds. Every feet. Florida has the choicest spaceIn ''g .
will be represented at the Jamestown ever held south of the Ohio-and ,ind pleasant to dwell on. We are building including those of Virginia the building the space extending M M ,
exposition In a manner that will therefore the benefits to be derived ]not[ living in the golden past however. Maryland' Pennsylvania New Jerev entirely around one side of the big !: i Why not give something useful ?
attract more attention than any staten by Florida from participating will be 'Rte\ are living in a more golden present Ohio Rhode Island. Connecticut structure." I |
the- union, many of which will be infinitely greater than they would be and for the benefit of posterity Missouri North Dakota and others Florida Is' thus afforded an opportunity I 4e
Vre! Why Because In the first were the exposition held In any otheI,ire looking forward to even a more Including the general exhibition buildings of displaying her magnificent 1
rarE,: !', Florida as ,shown by our stato section of the union. The prime ob- j golden future. Florida to use a scriptural to be erected by the exposition array of resources to most excellent .
f; rs, is capable of putting forth be- Ject of the exposition is to put the quotation "has put off tha oldtad company are built on residentiallines. advantage. Colonel Brown was earlyin ; Say a nice pair of ,Slippers a
tore the critical eyes of the world a progressive south in the proper light put on ,the new," We are not In fact every building on the his request for space and therefore
grander display of products than any before the world-and Florida must j j living in the era of yesterday-we are grounds excepting possibly the general secured the best. The exposition: See
from
:ther state in the union can even and will be a beacon light in the galj j living in the brighter era of today state's exhibition building, which officials are 'particularly interested In. ours, 75c. to $2. !
t'oast: of. In the second place be- axy of states represented. I Lad looking forward to an even will be an immense affair will be Colonel Brown's work owing to the I ft
men of wealth and public spirit I, So great has been the interest "We do not care to show to the Return of Money. appropriation. Every state will be f.l
are heartily in favor of the movement taken during recent months in the ,world 1 the Florida of past centuries, I "Because following the exposition represented in this building and p r .
whereas many have hitherto been state fair which proved so remarkable (xcept for the sake of comparison- the beautiful and extensive groundswill Florida will outstrip them all. FOR COLD FEET !
backward in the promotion of similar a success from every standpoint, ,ire wish to show what our state is be converted into a residential Fine Site. '
projects. This Interest I am ended ,, that the movement for having the |to-day and what it is going to be suburb of Norfolk, and' therefore "The site alloted for the Florida '- II a
glad to state, is not sectional- state represented at the Jamestown ]hereafter. Laying all sentiment aside every state building is being erectedso building" continued Colonel Brown F Ask to be shown a pair of our = '
it extends from Escambla to St. Lucie exposition had been until the fair ".ind discussing from a business pointf that it can be converted into a fine "is beyond question the ,best on the M Cip
from Duval to Monroe. ;:closed: lost sight of by many. Until :, view the real object of going to residence. These buildings will be grounds, and Florida owes to the exposition CiA
The above brief but meaning state-1[they visited the state fair,many Flor- j the expense of having our state represeMed sold to those, who ,desire fine houses, officials a -debt of gratitudefor b CUSHION SOLE
Dent was made to a Times representative -' idlans including citizens of Tampa at the Jamestown exposition on Hampton Roads, and therefore their kindness in this matter. A M SHOES,
yesterday afternoon by Cot T. had none other than a vague idea (the people whom we will seek to 'attract will cost the states little or nothing. "The various state buildings will I :
J. L. Brown, president of the state that any definite steps had been taken j are not interested in Florida's I "Florida's building according to the front on historic Hampton Roads the S
fair association. The Times takes toward having the state represented; ,past-they want to know what Florida plans drawn will make a magnificent greatest natural harbor in the world.. Ladies' $3.50, Gent's $4.50. !
Colonel Brown at his word and will at the exposition. In this they were 'I j has and what she can give them residence and can be sold at or near Here will gather 'the grandest array M
bark him to the limit as every good agreeable to state, most thoroughly ',to-day. Therefore, it is my plan to the cost of Its erection' Right hereI of war vessels of every character = t II '
Floridian should and will do. Three mistaken for' while pushing the state ]have! our building just as modern as will state that, as chief fair comma ever seen at one place and the best D q
years ago, when the south Florida fair movement Colonel Brown has ,:an be-have it represent Florida. I .aioner for, Florida I have already an view of the splendid naval review
fair movement was begun. Colonel not allowed a cog to slip in the matter ,will explain my plan in detail, and I option' on the land on which the building will be from the Florida building. I '
Drown informed the Times as to the of having Florida represented at j think that the public' of Florida will will be erected, and I will have no "About midway of the water front i Pensacola Shoe Parlor i
degree of success that would be the big exposition which will be held "'.agree with me that it la the right one. trouble in disposing of it as a syndicate of the exposition grounds there is beIng
achieved Like many others we on Hampton Roads from April to November Brown's Plan. I[I ia being ,formed for this very' erected an Immense pier near .'
were somewhat afraid of the venture 1907. | "The legislature having made no purpose. In this-.way those who con which the ,largest war vessels of the 3 t t
but nevertheless left no stone un Several months ago. as stated in .appropriation for having the state tribute to the erection of the building world can ride at anchor of pass at : S. W, Cor. Intendencia and Baylen Streets. {J ..,II
turned that would aid in the work. the Times Colonel Brown visited ;,represented we must look well and will have at least seventy-five, full speed. On this pier the nobility '
the expectations were more than Norfolk and was given the, choice of j thoroughly into the matter of financing per cent of the money contributed re 1 notabilities,, and citizens generally of 'lul.ilsra..ZlJii..mzz..ma..1B..UUIl..z..nn.: ] > i ; ,:
rc lfzed.!' Colonel Brown then informed all space, for the Florida building by | this proposition and get the best turned to ''them. Every other state foreign'countries will alight to view '
"
the public, througa the Times the exposition officials more definite ,returns possible for money invested will build with this end in view, and :\ the wonders of the exposition. The M
ikat he intended securing from the reference to which will be made fur- ]In[ order that money invested by private Florida of necessity will do likewise Florida,building will be within a short T=z? zzzttivttxtt =rttzszz- =z: isasjasssg L : SfrJ5 i
!legislature an appropriation of $15- her in this article. Plans for a magnificent citizens may in whole or in part particularly'as she will be the onbstate distance from the entrance to this VM E
'JOO annually for two years for the state 'building'' have already l be returned to them. We will need I represented that is not backed great pier and its broad verandas: G '
oav...ent of premiums. It would be drawn. 11 11been j funds from every source and will by a legislative appropriation. will be first to greet the eyes of the d
i difficult matter to find any man A Suggestion. I shortly begin a canvass for sub scriplions. j "In Florida." thousands who come from the olds WE TAKE
oho believed this, object would be "It has been suggested said 11 Any amount from the twenty- I I "I ,said a few minutes ago that the world. At this building owing to
state building would represent, for ;,Its location and its liberal and attractive ,
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ida.. 10 be more explicit it will be a : plan of construction the most
I miniature! Florida from a home point distinguished visitors from other
.r ''of iew. The buildine If von will countries '"Will gather as will many I OFF OUR y
study the plans, is of a Spanish styler -a foreign men of wealth seeking investments -
'
S'1."S T in the United States. A a
c a style. The first feature that will attract cordial greeting from Floridians will \ ,1L

jour attention *ul oe the *pa I await them at all times, and the most { ,
dons veranda of the first floor which i I I authentic Information regarding our i 5e. HAT
will extend the entire length: of two incomparable state be given them. E.

sides of the building. Next your at The building is also located near an t I '
tention will be drawn to a similarly entrance to the "Warpath" 'the great f I I
if ti J t y? large veranda extending around the ,amusement street of the exposition I t i. .
sides of the second floor and you will[which will contain features superior i 'J t
r o l also be attracted by the spacious windows 'even to, those seen at Chicago and St. : .
of the edifice. Is anything more Louis. I II I
3t representative of Florida and in fact :' Commendable. j I And wish friends and L

of windows the south? Are than these wide not verandas In keeping and.'I I ,With I the plans so comprehensively : our I ij

particularly with a semi-tropical from outlined expressing the Times its appreciation cannot refrain and >; patrons and the public generally :i ii 't

clime? hearty endorsement of them and ,
!
-- _- DOfT eC scootac '- 1cc Interior. of knows that its readers will do like-1 I Merry Chritmas and
the interior a a }
study
.wt.ry.c4 ro UCI e.d, I "If you will find the same arise With no provision made for ) i III
will
the Duiiaing you < :
the legis'ature !! t
., -If' {residential plans spacious prevailing lobby*, The of the entrance Colonel representation Brown's by plans are the only!' b Happy New Year, We wish '
the .,
Save your money 1! Don't get confused by cheap arguments and a bunch of price f' -<.* '* T into- **> through; a grand: doorway.At onesk the state tlfrougb could which be Jcto the!>nplishe&desires The of i j, g,( !>{is x, ;.

the right is a spacious reception Pensacola and her people'continued f I III
Florida building, as described meets ; /Ji
Coffee is better coffee than for the t to which comes a hall I Hi,
tickets! Arbuckles Ariosa you can buy same priceout u.t.which in turn Is a parlor. every demand and could not be iir- I .
back of of the first floor backof proved on. The suggestion res ar -j 1'l; prosperity.
of a bag, bin or tin-on the word of the largest Coffee dealers in the world-the, That the section lobby is devoted to toillet Ing Fort Marion, as stated by Colonel ;' v : I III
-, Brown Is a good one' from a hHtorlcal //1
both ladies and gentlemen. .

best coffee for you and it costs you less. Sold in one pound packages only, scaled J"h in rooms l the for front* of laree the dining building room on back the would ,such point a of building view, but properly in no way represent It :-

.- and check Florida as it Is to-day. Were .
a pantry
for your protection. Sales exceed all the other packages put together. Ofwhich comes rear of these comes aiitcben. there at hand sufficient: fnnds to reproduce -!!
in- ? .c &te the ancient fort for the sake ''i '
So much for the first floor. i 'D. KUGLEMAN & CO.
of these of comparison with the more model ab'lildmg : t F
Write, to ArbuckleBrothers: New York City, if your grocer refuses to supply. "Each" fleer of the Is four devoted corners to a large the plan would be mt 3. f"ceptabls. : H E i
nd
the dimensions of each Unlike the commissioners WHOLESALE GROCERS !
-, bed room of other states Colonel! Hlj
halls lead to however "
) ) 7 1)i v 1 ) t) t t, ben* I :x22:: feet.' Two Between the bedrooms Brown has no ,large appropriation to )I 1 Pensacola Florida IfD If/E! '
r wi ti 17 ) 1) ) &8ti2>jk& t these bedrooms.the left side cf the flooris rely on. end therefore the Fort Ma.r-I D! -:- :- ,
on : j :
f located ion pUn is not feasible! and I
a large and conveniently the be carried cut __ .. __ ._
YounglVen building bath room.will be When in every completed way ready Grand Display."I j I I il.UWrrrim: mn:: mrmiillid::: : :;;::: : Wl; I 1:;:::: ;1I .J

and com- confident that --- ---- ---- -----
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for the occupancy of a large am.ot, merely -
', e Young Women fort.lovin? family. 'loridawill be represented in the divide, against itself; always brings in Tampa daring the months of January -
"'This building: as is the case wlthaU general; state's building by a magnificent grief, and, failure and the railroadsand February and March of 190$.

4 e1k:? .. If you fully realize the advantage other grounds.state buildings will be on occupied the exposition by know this display will be of the products case,",but said I people of Florida must concentrate The Panama exposition will be ad-

; #a'.. of Bookkeeping and the fair commissioners and visitors Colonel' Brown with emphasis "Wnr their efforts not attempting- to vertised from the beginning to the ,
in opening a from the state. For Instance If the no state was ever repreenttJ by an work independently. in order that close of the Jamestown exposition,
Stenography up (
,, senators congressmen or exhibit one half aa large varied and Florida may emerge at the close of|and sf majority of the states r pre-
", .s profitable field of employment fSI other governor should visit the exposition beautiful as was seen at our state air the exposition with the colors of victory |i tented there will lend new exhibits!
be at home at the just closed and I have the assurance
would be will to our exposition.
you not longin they : flaunting In- the bjeeze. To estimate I
t, will other Floridians. The of everyone interested ID that fair of !
building as "With the two great exposition
the number fct peope! who will
furni in the :
attractively cordial and Immediate support
r = will be r combined, Florida *U1 within a few
building be brought to Florida! by a creditable
with'lorida's for exhibition -|:
and decorated work of securing products ,
throughout other southern
outstrip
hed every
beimpossible. years {
display at the exposition would I
here 3 3anS
and at the exposition."The :
beautiful plants
wealth
That benefit state in point of poulaticn.
enormous
thousands who are anxious great railway systems of I i
course withiUS. will gather is evident to diversified industries and will I I '
beginning a and her resources.Visitors wbicU have done so much toodvanee will be derived teadily I
Florida
learn of Florida enter the with the rut& !. 4
to race ,
i school child and
and must
f@ a we >r IIi
and foreign Interests cf the state
Our next term other states the
opens
from of the north and west -'II '
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doing. No time is to be lost and
countries will be entertained; and fair are also with us heart and locI, ,I :
.ua 2nd and scholarships ., in a manner that will and are already mating plane for every publiwplr'ted Floridian should grandest opportunity tit the
after
being sold on very liberal '< looked most pleasing to them. The cost securing exhibits. 1'hefle roads;, however I begin boosting the n>:' emaat today state's history Is BOW prv!QU4, ,o4 ,' i
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win be between $25- in order that tire greeted degree -act tomorrow.. It sill be taken advantage et' t ,
terms. Call phone or write President of the building The Tides calls Flwa >
and 30000. I of success may be ichiaveJ.: "The Jamestown exposition will in i upon *;"; ,
3 for full information. Pensacola Business College. 000 I State's Building. must unite and act ia concert assisting addition prove of incalculable! benefit dian to support Colonel Itca:' { bisftatei .: "
The above plans for state buildings I in having one grand eihiUt la advancing the interests cf the I commendable work, for tec '"'

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,. ;. (Continued from Ninth Pace.) .. .. I' American omr.er'at the bridge 'of a foreign '>" New York Herald. I guess you haven'.t ., .t ,,
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1 vessel commanding a strange crew handled anything bigger than that. 1 .f' 'M-O
Bough to have to rely upon that feeling cf fierce adventurers. There 'came out i, "And you have been a newspaper man.
.f tenderness to save me from expul- cf this tale of disclpiing a reckless' set'', too," I said, when I had lit a cigar and
of bravadores. deeper appreciation ofthe was established. in a rocker Mount, :-
doa"You ,
see. they made me the fighting lessons that are learned at Annapolis.Nor j[,there is a great big story in you. Richard -,
man of my class. That was before congress did the frank and graphic life story Harding Davis ought to run you Ink I I
had interferred at the academy. AsTSghtln1 fail to show the treachery and cupidity of that series of his on real soldiers of for S.
South American leaders-those adventurers ; tune. + "
man I had to take the placeof
a man of my class when be was to who dishonored their- own country 1 I I Not hint Not Davis." he returned :
ftlht an upper classman who( was larger and preyed upon their own people-In theremorseless i' hotly. "If there's a story there'It'sor }
than be. As official 'scrapper for m- purpose of enlarging their':somebody else. 1 know Davis.I was In : .
claM I was four times fired from the private store of dollars. (Command of one of Hearst's newspaper ,
academy for fighting. Each time the general A strange thing.that this man shouldbe boats in '91. The Cuban revolution was '. 'i. _
caved m*. Fit never forget the day as he was-his effort ended his tights going on then. It was before our government ; 5-
he was arguing in the navy departmentwith stayed and his life in easy oblivion that Jumped into the fight.wJ had to ; SPECIALS
Secretary Robeson for my restora- promised nothing. 'i take Davis and Kemington on the\
tion. The secretary told him: To him it was no tragedy. lIe was,southern coast to put them In communi-I
.. :But general, this young man is ,al- as careless over the final blank chapter I cation with the insurgents. Remington] .. .
fghting.' of his life- *a indifferent to the rom- i has the nerve all right to stick to his Job
'. ways' 'B'ell what of that? What's the lseass future--as regretless of the departure if it is dangerous, but Darts-well, sincei /
.- naval academy for if it's not to t cbI of the past as though he had known i that trip Hearst has never had him to : >
men to tight' said the old general hoUy no other .career than the humble and "Tite"-another line for his I papers. Andsince Just Received.
u he pounded the table with his fist. If monotonous one of his eventless present. that trip I have never cared .to : ,
you are going to run a searing circle or a We left the launch at the broken 'I meet Mr. Richard Harding Davis." 1 j
knitting school you had better shut the wharf as twilight fell. In the midst of a Ills loosened tongue went swiftly on in 'I II
I blamed 1 thing up. But if you are trying talk over the storm and its possibilities, another hour's reminiscences of advert 1
to teah men to Cght what on earth doyou Mount broke in suddenly:. I ture and tragedy which until then had -
man by expelling a man who knows -"Say, don't you find this job mighty I remained untold. At length deeming the,
how t" fight and who does it?* dry work' I caught the drift of this < time propitious. I asked him quite blunt-j R'
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"Bu I sot through somehow. I got leading remark and .smiled. ily: u. :: .p=f. f yi ,;v >s A beautiful assortment of
throusu with all sorts of credit In my "Do you know," I said. "I haven't j what is the matter with you? You j ''! :, %! '
studios. and no sort of credit in anything ignored the laws of appreciative hospi- are not an old man. Your mind Is as Strouse BrosHigh Art
else." tality Intentionally. But they've closed strong and your body as strong as they 1
As he told his story I picked out anew the saloons here during this storm ex- ever were. There are few men today of' Clothing, consisting of single
the picturesque chapter of this I sea rover's citement. But for this I'd .have done my ,your education and your training and your 1;
life. It was such a story! as Conan Doyle full duty. But you're a native here and experience. The best work you have I and double-breasted fancy
doubt know theside door ever done you could do today and do it
ought to teC-this story of a Declmur no secrets.
, Saxon of-the West-this latter day Francis Here are a couple of dollars. Do you quite as well. And yet you are today not I' ,r :;< ;. '. '.; '! Worsteds and fine blacks.
L'rake who went down to the sea in think you can do anything with them?" 1 much more than a cipher. What's the
. iron clads and dynamite cruisers when Can I do anything with them? Just f matter with you-?"
men were hunting each other down with watch. What's the number of your room "Oh. I quit," he said, undisturbed'and i
eight inch rifles In floating fortresses of at the hotel. You'll find me there with unruffled. j A, 2.' x 25 Suits Fine Black Granite
StcfL sufficient; means of entertainment when I' "But' why!" I asked. ","'as' it this?" % fg i ;' ,
1 saw the rich literary opportunity you get through." I leaned forward and touched the bottle rr;; worth $22.50, for only $18.
of this tale adventure-this story of The night's story was a rather long on the table.
the man oo crossed the world, to draw one and before I had turned the last I "Xo that never troubled me.' It never I' t4 : 35 Suits Black Thibets, worth
a sword-who stepped from the bridge sheet over to the operator the hour was [mastered me. I have always ruled it." Y.O,hn: 'y'NY4r: .
Df a man o' war of one country and well on to midnight- 1 found :Mount, In I And he continued somewhat savagelyand > : v't v.{ fly nV-a;: v..;: 15, for only $12.50.
moved over to take command of a cruiserof my room asleep with his head on the somewhat bitterly: '" '
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Its flag was the flag of a nation at war, opened and with its contents lowered was know success I have tasted: its sweets j
and flew over an embattled fleet. nearby and in easy reach. He waked at I know hb Joy rti I have fought i Cassimeres, worth $15 for
ro< The story of the rescue of the De Long my step and brushed the sleep from his breast life for its honors "-
! expedition by a United States cruiser-i eyes. Evidences of his close acquaintancewith and rewards. I have fought and won the a only $12.50.
,; the moving account of twenty-six days the bottled article on the table honors and rewards. But the time came I .' ;- .. : ; !
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t'. spent in an open whale boat in the Arc- were too< pronounced to be Ignored, but when there was no sweetness in victoryand '- '
;;\. ti-- Ocean-I heard from him. the ensignof he was coherent and intelligent. if a what was worse no joy in fighting. J : ::; Tt e. I
,' of expedition. Out of his familiarity little reckless.. (I Then I quit. I quit cold. cvt5Vl UI
with their private and professional livesI Great story we've got tonight" he The day may come when I may take]
got a new insight Into the deeds of men said genially. "If you an't handle it, a hand again in the fighting,. but I doubt,
whosA' exploits have made their names let me do iC it. I'm out of it." '
f familiar to the people of their country. "Do you really 'think you could do He knitted his brows and said slowly: :'f '' Boy's Department.
.. Tits' one's misfortunes this one's sorrow. I the story" I asked with an intended "I have been married. :My wife had :
'I "y s the scandal that bad embittered the lifeo taunt in money. I left the navy to-please her. I 2 ... .
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; ; another, the weakness that had wrecked "Do I it? Look here. shaped my- life-I fought my fight to )r YRx ; : :Sw e: In this line we have toot
. the career of another-all these things It's a big story. But I've handled a bigger please her. Well-we are not living together -
a i i llotmt: knew as he talked familiarly of story fora bigger paper than yours.I now. -And I have quit. : i' 4' i 4 ., .. }.:2, .!4 many, and they will be sacrificed -
th- !<'f" had pit behind him. covered the sudden overthrow of Don "It's"midnight and I'm tired., Good .Rt
1,1!;I' "r ,i' was, too. the chapter of the Pedro's government in Brazil for The night iw L.w.---. : < >< I{ f to close out. No room

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arranged in one 'end of the cabin upon a "_ v ': I .:: :ti ; dren's. We S.PalataSt'f
CHRISTMAS EVE which we placed the saddle blanketsand $

what odds and ends we could 4( '., the

: gather together sleeping thereon covered 7pLWs r for Men.

IN A MINING CAMP i with all the woolen blankets, Y Yr i.

overcoats, etc., we had pulled ,over us. : ,... .
I It was all right as long as the fire in ; : u1 ;: t- '.

I BY BEN H. THOMAS. the stone fireplace, which took up '
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: : = = : next to a bill kept burning but mighty : ; \ The
I' uncomfortable when the fire, duringthe f,1 \i

wee ,sma' hours, began to die ,: .
High up among the mountains of eral expeditions in the vest, and who, down. ( ,J

northern New Mexico, surrounded by incidentally had proven himself to be At this cabin we remained until the fti; ? yy

pinon and aspen covered bills and. fur- "true blue" upon various occasions, snow on the higher hills had sufficiently > \
ther away, by the bold peaks of the whether the circumstances demandeda [ ; melted to allow moving the campto ,,; _> ; ." ,

Taos range of the immortal rockies; gospel sermon or a resort to arms the head of the range, which we r;::: if '. ':-- 321-323 ,
by the side of an ice cold, crystal had received a "private tip" that there .
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did as possible and then -.' -
soon as
a .' ,' : -) '-:; '
water, madly rushing stream which was "something doing" In the Amizette permanent camp was established at -',; ;}e.t. '... ,.' t! ;: ,

teemed with luscious speckled trout district and when I met him in SantaFe one of the,highest points. Just below : '. i- "

and which although but a dozen feet according to preconcerted arrange- the timber line above which there is 1;. : Store with Red Front'
wide, dignified with the oft the to st-4. Big
> was name ment early in spring previous ,,, no vegetation. "Cash? located three :
'; Rio Hondo (Deep River) is the little our advent in Amizette had givenme claims on a bald mountain the

::; mining camp of Amizette- at least the tip and in consequence .we pure,; "Shoshone," "Ottawa" and "Navajo;"
the was there the occasionof chased half dozen burros loaded
camp upon a and directly, below them, where' a -
-my last visit some sixteen years them In approved western style with
mountain lake gave promise of contin- ..... ....
1! ette consisting of about fifty miners masculine'.participantsin the celebration ---
aso. everything! necessary to a prolongedstay ,
ual'power, awater site, where
a stamp
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1 had the fortune (or misfortune) to on the border of civilization and:, mill could .be established, was also located and, possibly half a? dozen women, of Christ's advent upon earth

, rx> one of the pioneers of that section made a tart for the Golconda regard-:!: I then left for Denver to raise some in the sere and.yellow and a few Of course under such circumstances, XMAS DAY
it could I
",whirl! although it had been exploited Ing which we had heard such flattering -,I"wind" enough to keep the sails full with the bloom of youth upon theft hardly be supposed that decorum -
cheeks, greeted the 'orchestra" upon would prevail and from time FOOT BAll
by two or three "old timers, one of reports.r,_. f during the summer while work was
conducted to time, those who had succumbed to
whom had erected an old fashioned : From Santa Fe" to Taos we covered'1'progressing, promising to return bet arrival. The "orchestra" was I
of which the seductive influences of "mountain At Palmetto
to saloon, the fixtures t Beach.
a
Spanish arastra, or crude arrangement about 105 of the hardest miles that I I fore the winter snows began.
f j i of the tangle foot" were'carrled out and gen-
had been moved to the rear
for crushing gold ore by of traveled the part!
up means ever greater
.over. The experiences of "Cash" during
tly laid to rest in their respective
stones around in circular of it and after'II room and a table with two chairs arranged '
great: dragged a through deep sand I
the summer of moment In this
are no the bunks, there to sleep off the effect of
chamber water and Taos kicked that bunch of, thereon, was designated as
by power leaving we story. He worked the claims their
upon : potations.
which. pulverized the ore sufficiently burros another twenty miles to the entrance and place from which the "orchestra"should Pensacolas Athletics
I managed to get enough bacon and When the midnight hour arrived
to allow much of the free gold thereinto of Canon Rio Hondo. Here we dispense music.A j
beans to him
keep alive ,
and in fairly: the ladies who numbered but eight,
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escape, to be subsequently caught stopped to rest for a few days and Preliminary.As .
good physical condition until I and
re- were in a majority then. then
In the "riffles" of a "washer." from then finding the snow in the canon I I turned in the fall with great expectations a preliminary to the exercises only .the..orchestra." Cash Tarbell Game called on arrival of 3 o'clock car

where It was gathered by means of had a hard crust broke camp and some of the more enthusiastic gentle-
and few
I a pf Uncle Sam'spromises and myself managed to participate in
quicksilver, the only substance that after the hardest kind of a trip, reach I! to pay, which we immediately men in attendance (dressed in blueor the dance taking turns while the other ADMISSION. 35 CENTS
"will ed Amizette and built small I red shirts, corduroy or homespun ,
amalgate with gold, at the timeof a log expended laying in a supply of played to trip the light fantastic toe
mr advent into the camp it consisted cabin, just big enough: for two in a''' "grub" for the winter, which we knew trowsers tucked into heavy mining In honor'' of the greatest celebration

of but three log cabins one occupied large aspen covered flat about a mile would be'a hard one. boots and each carrying 'a pair of that Amizette had ever known. ..

with Iiy the a greatest Ions: whiskered faith in resident the district who,' or _so above the Roughing town.__It. I I.I Great Expectations "sixes"shot'off strapped a few sticks around of their dynamite: waist In) ON GIt--L\ '$ SLATE ......... .................... .. .......... ....- .-.-.....

Lad built there several before In this cabin remained for 1 Oar experiences before Christmas, the 'single street of the camp after .
:years we seer I i
living in a tent with the thermometerat

J and the construction.other two of comparativelyrecent (Jeral mountains weeks above as the that heavy point snow precluded in the; i times below going as low as thirty dedegrees which delay the "ceremonies"' began without"Cash" 'Y01lD Hopeful's Message For Dear I Desirable Jewelry. 1 1J

"Something Doing"My ,I the possibility of proceeding furtherr I incidents zero, while harrowing, and lj: seated upon a tableat Old Santa Claas.
are mere and I will
J old "pard." Cash Tarbell with until the spring thaw begun. Here passover the rear of the saloon started oner- [Spelling 'partially and Impartially corrected *
them
whom I had previously been upon sev "had it right. The only bed we j. until the day before Christ- ations by cutting loose the Virginiareel by papa 'under the Roosevelt .. "" .
jwe mas arrived when we felt called upon ,-which was .followed by any oM rules and others.]
to make a special effort to secure Gold, g1l -1med and silver watches all sizes $3.00 1
-c --- kind of Tafr time" tune that would Dera Santy-Wenn U turn along Up.
'something above the -usual order in furnish a regular cadence for the wild- With Ralnderes mity nere as strong Gold and gold.fliled Cuff Buttons Solid Gold Plain Band Rings. :

the way'of provender. est dance that' it has ever been my As Hooley's goat 2 pull Yore sledd Set RIngs and Diamond Rings at prices that will scare you to +

j TIle day before Christmas we !started experience to witness. There being tTll find Me sleaptng Inn mi Bedd. s death.
,: Butt on tbe BcJdotedd U will C : Ladies Solid Gofd Neck
Chains
out on a hunt but, beyond bagging of the $3.00 up.
hut few
women
present, many
A pare of Sox 2 blgg for Me- Children's Solid
Gold
; one or two little birds returned to of necessity had. to choose other Neck Chains S2.00 up. i
men Thur 1'ipa's, for ml can was wett. Solid Gold
I the camp completely "skunked." The men for partners. and the .women were So | yuied his-now. don't forgett :: -Brooches$2.00 up.
$ [E f same old bacon and beans, with a danced to a standstill by the .eagerDon't Solid Gold and Gold Filled Stick Pins. +
i I dose of stowed dried apples stared J I I don't want verry menny Things- w. Musical] Instruments, Guns, Pistols ClockS and Souvenir Shena. .

Here Is Your us in the face, and ws were doing the 'r' '. 2 Injun bozo K 3 with Strings : All kinds of repair work done :
best make the And narrers and 1 of themnj Then +
L to most of a bad situation

Xmas 71/rkejt I when a man from Amizette arrived """ i i j Pop Air punns that -Shoots' Itsself with J. E.: CLEMENTS I

on snow shoes with the request And 2 Kevolvurz. 1 with Kappa j.: .
I that "Cash"' and I. being the ForgetTO ; 2 Stair themm little Jonsun chapps ,
[only musicians within! fifty miles fur i! And 1 that Shoots a reeul Bawl I i Phone 1 i 27. 106 E. Wright Street. t
This is the right place to lay in a supplyfor nish the: music for a ,dance at that I 2 pU with Katts: and Pupps; that .
that Christmas dinner. We have a lot of nourishing 'settlement ,on' Christmas GET awL ......... ... .......................... .....NNi

Turkeys. Chlckeris Ducks, Geese Eggs Vegetables eve."Cash" Oh "yes-I nerelr plumm forgot ,--- ---:----- --,-- ------ -,-

Celery Lettuce, Western Meats, Pork' Tarbell '''was not a violinist, Xmas Cakes I want Kannun eaim as whott
in the generally accepted sense of the f U bruas 2 Jimmy smith last )"ere.c .
Veal Lamb and pigs. Our place has just terra but he was a "fiddler," par excellence : : j R maybe Bigser don't here.f .

been repainted and everything is bright, and and his fame as a manipulator We Have the Best in Town. f "1 ifcemm Kznnuns with a Rote I II CHRISTIE & FISHER ART PICTURES
I That's loud enuff 2 shaft the dore
nice. I of "Old Nancy as he fondly FRUIT CAKE A SPECIALTY, ; And nalk! the nayburs; shutt thur
called his violin had been ,spread far and everything else in the yeres

and wide, over all that section. We Eating Line j And say "Don't play with hint ml and'Calendars for Christmas giving Nothing
A. ZELIUS & SON
agreed to go at once'to Amizette and Refreshments of all kinds. d re!!.** beautifuLor
after tieing' the flaps of 'our' tent to- Price always reasonable. more: appropriate. Calendars, $3.
Successors to Mrs. E. Coulsoru d' I Yet and' nm Powder and a soard Pictures 5Ckr
.each
gether. mounted our Norwegian Skees Opposite Pott office. Phone 134.Nick's And skabb rd. Iff U kan afford $3.50 for set of four.

Phone 154. Cor. Baylen & Govt ,and started with the messenger, on leer'Me tb mm,. U C I'm go'n"
the twelve mile slide down the moun- 2 B a over wenn I'm groan
tain to Amizette "Cash" haTing his Place And =J and Fite the nashun's Kim,
loved violin swung across his back Upholding. FredunTs wholly laws; MAURA STATIONERY CO.
and I having my old banjo trussed i The Tapa.sez! r want'an Orgy

across my shoulders in a similar man- N o. 2. I, Of-2ors around the b -
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C-eutta: Dec. 22. The telegraph Johannesburg, Dec. % .-At last th@ -
at Port Blair who work the
t'iJ ; wireless .
..iFff political campaign In the Transvaalmay i1
apparatus there has evidently
1 be said to have opened. Thepre1iminal'j -
p ccc.ie: extremely expert. Messages i
VT't&A maneuvering has taken
tar been exchanged with the Ger- ; tl
i an unscicncble time but the forcesare
=su:: !< cruiser Leipsig on its passage
now fairly in position. True the
v Rangoon to Calcutta although I
u ; army of Ho Volk has not reached tj ;i
installation on German menofis L the but of its !
.. i ground, the sympathies
- of the Telefunken kind, and '
leaders are so well known that no

, signallers at the Andamans had 'I one doubts upon which side its forces
tune their instruments in order to will be ranged up. r

ick up the first: of the message.On i In the meantime the Boer generals

another occasion when the Ter- i' observe .discreet silence regarding
i i'>Ie was lying at Colombo baring
i their plans. There is reason to believe -
' -t a propeller on her homeward voy-
-r., she wished to get in touch with that 'no orders; will be issued 4
Fox which was known to be some- I until practically on thee of thefight ,
' ""re in the neighborhood of the But drilling is quietly and rig-
\ ..bara.' The distance across the ously going 'on. The Boer electors
.4.1( was too far for the instrument will march to the political battlefield
,:' 'he two vessels and a message was ready to the last shoulder strap. The
accordingly sent by land wires I[ideal which animates them is nnmlsI -
-. mush, India to Rangoon. Thence it ( ( II r !I takable. The power lost in war is to
'ignalled by wireless to Port I.[be regained in politics. I3y 3 keeping
Ciao I !:' and similarly passed on to the.NII' ( Y t'the British divided and maintaining "-
: ,:gar: >[ region. The Fox received it a machine-like unity in their own
and ,it;T once steamed off to Colombe 5 II I ranks the Dutch leaders figure they t\
to join the Terrible. can hold the balance of power in their
!1.1 u intended to establish a station p I hands once again.
a- Aj.\ ab powerful enough to work ) i The contest is something more than
ri to the Andamans and this with !a struggle over an Industry. Getting t
, -ations; at Saucer; Island, Slipper : down to bed rock it must to a large
I I- .rid: and Port Blair will give means extent decide the place South Africa .
{'> i immunication) with ships over the : j i will take In.the empire. Probably thai -
r.-ivr portion of the Bay of Bengal i I i Bond will win the- next election at i ,
ar,a. : ;i the Cape, certainly the Unie will _dom'Inate .n j
the Orange River Colony; the : '
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ADVANCES l:'balance of power north of the Vaal.I .
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Jacksonville Industrial Record', i Budapest, Dec. :%.--The Emperor '
I ays: : Franz Josef had an vuusual: adventure -
The Record has repeatedly called I the other day while walking in
Cw: attention of its readers, and especially :the Gardens of the TIofburg as early ',
those who are engaged in the i I as six o'clock in tha morning.
BoLdfacture of lumber and naval i His majesty was accosted by two '#
sM.--s;,, to the danger of advancing to :men who pretended to be veterans '
laborers because of the peonage laws :lof the campaign of 1848. One of
EQI,! the policy of the government to : them asked for the emperor's pencil
r.'r.rCe these laws vigorously; in this L with which be wrote an order for .> '.
! in of the United States. J250. The emperor then signed It i r.
From the developments of the past hand\ sent 'a servant to fetch. the '!
several weeks it is evident that the money.j a'I
prosecution of cases of this character I "The veterans grew nervous, how H i
taw only commenced and that there !ever, and suddenly bolted out of the :i"
are others who are liable to be [garden. The emperor who was great-
holtht before the United States i jly upset by the Incident called an ."

re-'in : aide-de-camp who secured the arrest : '
:of the two men shortly afterwards. : i:
dinary treatment of laborers to justify j They proved" to be"ell known I! '1

the government in lodging this rogues aged respectively thirty-two :U i of
charge against an employer. ThereIs \1I2 4 ct and forty-seven. They wore false M :
but little to this peonage law, and I: beards to enable them to disguise ,.
ikon who advance money to their : themselves and to make them look :
bands are in great danger of havingthe ", like veterans.
charge brought against them. The i JiJ'
wry first prerequisite to the establishment -
of a peonage charge is this government in Rome. It is not Improbable i
mattrr of indebtedness. That is why I that the ideas thus spread
*.. claim that those who advance &4o'C1N01fS. broadcast a quarter of a century ago I
money to their hands are in danger 1.T4 may have blossomed Into action pow
It is natural for the manufacturersof ; and that the unknown individual who j
naval stores or the sawmill man, kindled the bomb in St. Peter's a few r ',
to tfll one of hU emnloyees who has Sundays ago may have desired to r
managed to !!,:'t in debt that, he must i show how easy It would be to carry I
w>rk that indpbtodnws out If there 'lout effectively the threat of the "Has- } _,;
i is the slightest: Intimation along that ,' : stgna." J ;,;:
Hn'. a case of peonage may be i Ifore the end of this year the last ,
brought The necessity therefore, to two of s-,me 70 Italian officers who
epa 4. a >triUnelv apparent to all of those who 1 ,1 plll'J' iI II ; Congo Free State will have returned I '
employ labor to any great extent. ;l to their own country._ Witn their dot i.
And there are other reasons why t' partnre from Roma is closed an epi'aods -
this practice should cease. There is upon which the Italian govern
not a man who employs labor to any Ob I meat has little reason to look back ,I ,
",tpnt who is i ".
not convinced that the with satisfaction; except what can :
practice: Is a bnd one. There are ; bo derived from the honorable -! ..! /\
other reasons beside the danger of course it pursued in severing a con- :
P"OnRre: to confront the employer who ; uection \\"hlehmight have compromised iu: .
advanees: money or its Mulvslent to : the reputation of the Italian i!
hIs! laborers. It not only tends to I army. In the fuller light which has J +il'
brine! about a general disorganization recently been thrown upon the con "' .j'
of labor, but it generally: if not at duct and the administration of- the -. .
"- entails a loss. TOP South has the Pope. Things might roll to sucha olic papers here In Italy it should not "We will blow up the Vatican and Congo Free Press one can not but '
sUfrPrPt1 in many ways" because of this BELIEVED POPE shape even that another revolution be forgotten that their "loathsome all it contains at the first threat of suspect that a deliberate attempt was r'
liraetlee! \ and. it is time that this policy ; could be forced upon France by some contemporaries,*! or their: esteemed war as we will not leave an enemy made to entrap Italy into giving support r
5I5 1 tpln!! atontwd.v political adventurer as the result of contemporaries," as the case may be, behind us when we fly to the frontier to a system which would sooner 'j, ,t I
Tt n.w. nard to turn over the new WILL the agitation now going on but no the anti-Clerical preSs of Italy is ," was the declaration made in I or later be arraigned before the Judg- ,
teat 1111,1, .ton advsnops to labor but SURRENDERTo person with any range of vision be- equally bitter. This fact has been re- 1891 by the party of action in Rome {! meat of the civilized world. The attempt ', .
"'1*<"<: Thjt this Is don- the sooner lieves that any combination of circum- called by the recent explosion of the as reported in the Journal de Geneve j! failed and Italy stands today ; .
; nations in the Souh be- stances can for generations make bomb and the attempt to blow up St and quoted .in the "Monitenr del j I absolutely uncompronised' in the mel j
Sin to -mnrnvetviVr of temporal power In Italy. It may France anything except a Catholic ]I Peters the greatest church in the i|1 I Rome," of the beginning of ;\ovem- t ancholy tale of rolsgovernmtnt which I'
1 does not wich"to Power of French Nationon be many years before things resume country. Even though many of the i world, an'event which sent a sympathetic ,t,ber in that yean; In the November II' has been revealed.
tailrt fum, th* a'1" of counte- even a "workable" situation just as a men are at'times likely to break away ;j thrill throughout Christendom.: of 1882 the "Rasse na," a journal of I The inducements held out to Italyto
in f the V <'rtj?T ,i'i.ff n of crime ev''n Question of Religious conflict has been going on betweenthe from the old faith the women are like-'And yet it Is recalled that for years i Liberal party in Rome' replying to play a part in the "CiclllxatiCnthe "of }' i
""'f\o;' of H< friend*. but tM Italian government and the. Vati- lr to remain loyal. i the anti-Catholic press has been doing I the Moniteur de Rome," on the Roman Congo were of a nature which .
prrxw.' ?,,;,,,,, of TH>t\113IP. not only ,Ini" Associations. cian for many, many years. But this Some of the clerical newspapers of' its level best'-to bring about just suchan I I question published the following :strongly appealed to her. That part
tern ** *f two of t"A meat in- does not prevent most of the peopleof Italy are printing the most violent event The possibilities of just i,I lines: "Italy may find herself would have been of 9 two-fold charac
t Oc 'If Ho Snnthortl Ctats. h'i+ In Italy from remaining Catholics, attacks against M. Clemenceau and j!such an outrageous wreck being com- i I I in the presence of this di- ter. She was to provide officers for, 1 .
'nt..o ct nf the c'.1nnml'nt'! of mitted in this shrine of Christendom lema either to succomb i the Congo army; colkmists for a rich
flr.f1'f"! this QUESTION AT ISSUE RECOGNIZEDBY and It is not believed that the dissolu- in fact against the entire French gov- great Otto 1
lotion' if advancp Were not tion of the relations existing betweenthe ernmenL Of M. Clemenceau It is j has been before the minds of ,Ii I demolish the Vatican. It Is possible I and important tract of the Free State i
'Side! .
to V.tnt'f'" there wn""tI ho no ECCLESIASTICAL AUTHORITIES church and state in 'France will alleged .that he has violated the laws the people of Rome for many years that she may succumb, but it i territory. The question of ., g
1\I onllP'fO.. o6ar- i'ha. lnothnrl f"""" AS SERIOUS-CATHOLIC cost the Catholic church a single member of God and man and that in any civi- '! past. A monarchical Journal discussing !i is still more probable that before sue- 'r tion. especially to Africa is one that 1 :
; to 'It"', f1I'I "m". nofl and f..1\: VIOLENT AT- of the faith. This is not to say !Uzed country he ","ould'long ago have Ii the possibility of a case arising j j i cumblp? she will demolish the Vatic I'exercises tbe Italian mind and bare
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tlNm..p W11<:' PAPERS PRINT_ II either force Such Is the inexorable seemed to be an outlet which wia
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rl"- to the minds serious driven from public life. This in Europe in. wbich by I can. today true.
is been
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In t""" .An. omnlnv laborers in TACKS UPON FRENCH GOVERN. It is recognized by- the ecclesiastical will show how bitter the fight has ;1 of arms or by force of diclcmacy Italy I I form of this great quarrel and !t I rich In possibilities. As to tb*> om.I ,r : ''I
any considerable numbers. MENT. authorities here that it is de- 'become in a personal sense though I should be obliged! to remove from the "Monlteur de Rome," would do j I cots, promotion> was. slow at home ,
But { the old saying goes "Hard words Rome de lare1-tl:1t in sch a case the I I well to consider>> it as we consider it J, and the conditions of employment In
C"/J" : cidedly serfous. though the PopeIs as
STAt'n oRJ7cu r CHOC- blow Saint Peter's. it will then that not I tne Congo offered: them a prospect of ,
> Rome, Dec ,22.-The idea Is being far more likely to. be forced to (break no bones, and it Is difficult Italians would ir? and see wp are .t ;
OlnFS A TRIAL BEST THAT the f what church papet'in a country; The malignant! swaggery of the'employing rhetoric when we say that I good par and a gain in useful expert-' _tlonce.
advanced here that the Pope will in yield just as Pope was forcedto see '
ARE MADE, AT WHITE'S PHAR- the long run and the end surrenderand yield In the matter of the surrender like Italy hope to gain by attacks lev-!:' threat wail so startling! that people I II !lit Is playing "Kb fire and dynamite." i|", Yet so!! terrible were the stories s 1 !
ACY. against a foreign country like would not believe it possible that That was the expression of the told in the Italian newspapers of the
submit to the of the nation of the temporal rights and tern eled I I.
3tFOR power where another language isspoken 'anything o /the Fort "Wonld occur yet Liberal ""Rassegna" el 18!:, then under horrors of the Congo and the uses t< I
( of authority. over the states of the France
of France in the matter thejques- poral
LET US HAVE VOR tion of the formation of Religious As- church nevertheless the Clerical here 1 I II i In the light of recent events it must the direction of Signor Torraoa.Xine J f[which the Italian officers'were put
ORDER attacks made admitted that the attempt really later Torraca.ras directorof I that the government withdrew Just t.
CHRsgTMAS 1 Speaking of the upon be years
he has submitted in believe that the situation is fraught
CRANBERRIES AND sociations Just as I I of the la the nick of time. 4' ,,..
the the
journal
the Cath- made. "Oplonione
ELERY. I French government by was ,
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I'I ; who have' discussed the plans a certain extent public property as to the contest promised for 1908 high polished I.

| made by Sir Thomas Lipton for another -! soon as it makes its appearance in a will be that which is now recognizedby one ot them, it is
race, audit is believed the designerswill the New York Yacht Club. Under 1. either Oak
t. race for America's cup seem to then be able to determine just this arrangement it is claimed Hoore- In exactly like, cut
I, think that even under the new roles how the Americans have gone to short will start with the initial advantage

] the challenger will be at a. disadvan- work with the rule. The subject was accruing from the opportunity or Mahogany 24 inches high
. tage. It is argued that American designers first brought up by one qf the yacht of having had a couple of yearsof :
will have had more. experi- ing weeklies on this side of the water experimenting with the rule before beautifullyJinish- '
ence with the rule than those whoA I which pointed out that if the latest being called upon- to apply it to the finish for

1 will design the cup challenger. I statements could be accepted as. re production! of: a ,cup

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Christianity Commercialized : i iI $$41 ,75
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I and Christmas Debased I -

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Editor .Pensacola Journal: j(/loved ones do come again and "abide | A glance at the magnitude of your customer ; not delivered.
I I have read with much interest the 1!with us awhile"-the father or mother issue, a paper in a small city ',and ?
R: various articles you have gleaned I tor' rosebud blighted in infancy.I 'from a comparatively small plantan -

from prominent men for your Christ! once heard Dr. Parkhurst, the issue of 48 pages, proves conclusively
1. mas edition, and would request that i noted reformer say "I don't pay so that it is not a Christmas issue
t you kindly give space to something 1 1I I much attention to creed and dogma !but a commercial issue. Likewise --I The thing for a handsome -
I from one among the ranks, and if I !I II i as formerly." He had grown from the large number of advertisers'are very
I t present different thoughts, perhaps narrow ways. Also heard a -prominent {actuated solely for prospective gain. inexpensive Christmas
I some unpleasant ones, from the usual Methodist divine say from his These things prove commercialism. i Taberts, we 1 have them 1 .
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view, they are deduced from thingsis I Xo fault is to be found in this, .presentitighlypolishedbeauplenty -
;: I own pulpit: "I often feel the presence simply 1
of them 1 1 of
I they are. of my own departed mother be- ;'the spirit of the times-the custom, -' -plenty tifully finished Oak Bedstead
1 Referring to some of your articles": I side me as I preach." And so, whenwe the system-and it is carried on i'M1r them, 'in Solid Oak nicely .
his honor, Mayor Bliss, writes interestingly -i can get behind the veil of religious throughout Christendom. But in the : 18 inches high, for

barely touching many vital I creeds and dogmas, we realize following charges,' excess and de- finished, 8 inches- high, for: ,
!' points and impresses the "fatherhood the "fatherhood of God and brotherhood bauchery, both fault and condemna for
of God and the brotherhood of maa" II cf man" and the comforting ;tion is to be found. only 75 cents .'-_ '

r -a beautiful thought and the bedrock I.firuijhts will steal in on us that our As regards excess it is well for all
r on which all mankind rests, regardless ; loved one are neither "lost" nor I people to stop in their mad hunt for 25 cents One to customer. '
S of religious creeds and i il' "dead" but that spirit life is withus gain, at least once a year, and let _. a
dogmas. i and encompasses about "as a the good within them have freedom. .
The Rev. Whaley brings to us the I cloud of w5lBesses., But this is not done. The mad rush
1 question of Christmas time, purely As a child in our mountain home, for dollars continues..and people give l
f from the Christian standpoint, ethical where life was primitive and simple only because of custom and the Rhodes-Futch-CoilinsFurniture Co
and mysterious which has proven a land i where' people were not exposedto things generally given are useless .
1 stumbling block to much ot the world the cheap tinsel and demoralizing and often harmful. Useless because J

since the Christian people claim fluences of city life, we had at Christmas they afford only a temporary acquired .
i theirs is the only true religion and time pop corn and nuts, homegrown pleasure. Untold millions are squan- .,' _. l-if..
: all others wrong and "Christ the only productions and a general good dered in cheap jewgaws only to be -
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Judge Laney touches sympathetic father, mother brother or sister. The gifts are harmful because they Again instead of emblems of peace i+i mas time. In former days drinks as also hundreds of murders will be HouseXmas
Chords in the hearts of -all people, I (Do you recall the genuine pleasureit perpetuate a useless waste of money. on earth" being given, it is more often well as tobacco and even food products committed enemy will kill enemy, Opera
-engines of I II !i were not so deadly adulterated neighbor will kill neighbor, friend
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Civilized or savage, for there remainIn gave?) We usually got some pretty I I that suggestions
their hearts altLough perhaps :stick candy and that ended the unnecessary I war" are given In the shape of cannon -las> now. Pure drinks intoxicate and will kill friend, and.even father may Matinee and Night,
dormant, the fond memories of loved I! things. I I guns, swords, ;gunpowder and degrade the users, but do not make kill son or son may kill father in

ones "lost for awhile," and yet not 'If i j Our Christmas gifts were necessary shell, and scores of young lives pay people liD crazy and. wreck constitutions drunken orgies; fathers 'and mothers December 25
lost for, in spite of dogma and creed '! and substantial. One would get for 'such folly. Not only are millions as do present time mixtures. hearts will be broken silvery heads Chas. E. BLANEY
I dollars squandered, but anotherharm Everywhere at this time are flaring r[bowed down and go the grave in
and teachings to the contrary, our some pretty boots boys size, with red of '
el'y I Present
of this excess is that the advertisements "Buy your Christmas sorrow; sweethearts will be left in
A I tops and brass toes (did mortal enrha"e masses of people pay money for useless liquors and they are bought and, ;,grief and widows and orphans left
anything ? and
so pretty didnt trumpery' which should be paid used with deadly effect, not only by :desolate-all because Christmas time

IhaS i: the pretty boy red strut woolen?) Another comforter would to get ward a to the -butcher, the baker and candle-: hard drinkers but by "moderate" ,j affords the custom debauchery.. At Fiske O'Hara
stick maker." They withold just' 'drinkers by the millions and betweennow .i I no time in all the year .is this pernicious -
off cold the ,
]i during severe winter,
l dues weeks in advance and are in and New Year the Southland, custom__joy ..wevalent-the
.s t another stockings a hat(home-knit or cap, some by mother nice warm now debt weeks after Christmas and many as well as north will pay- the penalty I Christmas spirit' perverted and bru- The Famous Irish Tenor, late of r*
i just debts are accumulated that are with scores -of lives.I : talized. I Bostonians.
before) and I
gone possibly a new pair
of trousers made out of father's aid never paid. This is true in all cities II i i I Christmas time will reek with debauchery ( And so the season of "Peace on
Hear O'Hara in"Sun eam
BOX PAPERS, ones-all done by mother at odd I Ask any collector regarding his collections -, and crime. Scan the papers Earth and Good will to Men" instead ',I Heart," "My Own Mother Dear
times during the day or by grease before and after Christmas., for the next two weeks; follow the .J of being truly such' a season and Little Baby."
BOOKS, C. of debauchery police 'records throughout the land. making .
.. wick light while we were asleep Taking up the charge I
I all these needed and useful things all things considered only a. Not only will common drunkards by i "The place that was desolate Mr. Blarney, from IrelandAn
CARDS. given in the true Christian spirit But comparatively small percentage 'of thethousand be in barracks, 'which f Become like a garden of Eden.
Comedypra"Pricealatlnee
j those days are gone, that spirit is people are affected,' yet it Is deplor- will cause poverty and misery, but I brings.desolation, and misery to thou f Irish-American, :Sc. We, and ..'.. -""
CALENDARS I of men, as regards sands of places which might other-
fading; and in its stead are automobile able. The conception Me, 50o, The and >! <*.
: !', guns, soldiers animals with I "good cheer" and "good times",,, ,,;0 I wise "bloom as a rose" and* thus _
PICTURES, hair and "useless stuff to play with a is on such a plane that tobacco Is, Christmas I'Christmas comes. .a blight onChristianity I
., few days and break to pieces or cast considered all but a necessary pleas-. I commercialized and debased.
and thousands of pretty and aside. ure. This is indulged in from the., ONE AMONG THE RANKS. and Wood
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"natural twist" for chewing and the
I useful of Your various writers portray Fruits GOOD WESTERN MEATS. I
gifts every descrip- Christmas unadulterated leaf which our grandfather !
time WING .
as they would wish; it HOP & CO. smoked alongdown !.
i to be-Ideal in chewed'and The Parlor Market : Ice CoaL Char !a/
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tion. manwaysbut far the place to i We deliver
Importers and Dealers In debauching
from actual conditions as they exist the general grade of 'This is the place to buy buy first-class Western beef. No !1 Wood anywhere is the city. tt*' *
and t
J' today No 'matter what the original Chinese and Japanese Fancy concoctions to the.filthy plug ,gross fed stock. sold here. Nothing sea
Fruits Can- i quantity
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What a Oysters au plyou -any
plan for Christmas deadly cigarette of to-day. your ,
tide may have but the very best and at the
same
been It has Goods.t difference between the abomoiable dies Fire Works for the 1 I service is alwaya prompt
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now become a time of etc., price paid for 'the'er kind.
Embroidered Canton Shawls, for women and i Domestic Coal i
commercializing Crepe stuffs prepared' men Steam and
excess and debauch
t Gem Book Store Handkerchiefs. <<: holidays. Prices reasonable.
Ivory Qhlnaware.; chew and smokeas
children
of to
ery. Let no one ,misunderstand. Ina Tcys, Fireworks, Silks and linen. today | GIVE STACY'S FORKDIPD CHOCOLATES -j Wood Cut Any lilt.!
general war Intentions are good- Embroidery Goods, Cross Goods by compared, with that ot .even :a : A TRIAL. BEST
good cheer, pleasure, the yard.. quarter of a century a:01 THAT j SEWALL,
C. R. Johnson Prop. happiness, j G.P Caparisos MADE AT 'WHITE'S'PHAR. E. G.
"peace on earth and good will to Fine Imported Teas, Etc. I I But worst of all in debauchery is TARE -: sIf 1
;, A Phone 230. men." 31 S. Palafox Street 'Pe'nsacola, Florida. the drink habit rampant at Christ Cor. Tarragona and IntendencU Sts. st I Phones 114.3&3. 21 N. Tarrajon ,



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be faa country where son* of tho tespe&Ii l
'L your'language. .I don't see how >(\
tf they understand ono ane tiierl, they all -: Yd- .
talk at once and sate th !irr,hands and" ,. :
shrug? their s ioufder; & J' Picture the 'warm' welcome \ : i4 i
,r F r ; WeO.. we hal a:"Christmas, tree 'last .' J
:$ A Er!. Ar night"'I got a.daDdy1.atch' aed,eoam' that:will meet uch_ a
and a pearl-handle' knife. Santa Clous Machine'Delivered; gift-the.welcome from wife To Make 4
r it ,1 DANDY didn't bring us t'ory'many presets be-
r cause Papa told bun 'we were'traveling 1rN yaN7 or mother, daughter sisteror t
4 ,all'the Ume and oul ; he \brought Dorothy an awfully pretty 1
.. .... 'doll' that ,can..say "Ma-Ma" ,crj'%: laugh s Every ,househcjd rethe Best r
1 and close Its eyes; pots got anew'collar -
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.." and a.box of.dog biscuit.: ,He is the
S + proudest pup yin; ever' saw'about that co rse.' And every woman -

:' Z\ collar take,:It and!off.won't: l ,*'let J.anyone...... 'touch' him. ,'to, eJ_ To>. Her deserves. the ,one machine Present ?
I played a good joke on Dorothy. I got OU 'which IS everywhere recognized -
2 a little box about two inc.hes'square,. and @ IE.A ::\ 4 '
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Iput a rubber from a lead! pencil in it and .. .r } as, money
CI'YI1Y /':;'\ .' tied it all up nice'then I put it in alit- ChristmasHorning can_ buy. '
fRA7/CE -z-p- : tle larger box,and tied that up nice, hen. .ACOV'Z'lT' !: TIFUL T of aLifetime : 1
YF I put those boxes-Jn a still ta.rger.boX ... : .z .GlZZ':1..JZ'z.7A.leI$
; cr.. Give,her a Singer w f
and, put that in'a- shoe box, then tied it :zzLA.T yE ;
all up.nicely with tissue paper and*baby J".EAJ"IcE It lasts a'lifetime. t
ribbon,and marked M she thought sure she was getting some
> tbtng'swell,: 90 'she commenced to unwrap ENO y '
r' and kept on unwrapping those FIND + -'
v bundles until she had a pile of papers My SINGJt +
and empty boxes around her three feet 2L1. SUHlsl' sTORzs' '>t
122' 1//N high-finall}'. ;when she came down to : EVERY.
S rem { the little box and,saw that rubber. Gee! f e 'WHERE
She was mad... She 'said she would get (,A S t
} even with me, too. E s
Paris has some'beautiful buildings and '
P streets. The buildings are not as high i
P as the New York sky-scrapera! as they 32 South P.Iafox'Street.f 1r
are only eight stories high, while In,New R ', .
U Tork some of"the' buildings are thIrty i
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0 We had a hard'time getting along with
(/NILE, the language, for.,wb n Mama-and Mrs- ,4 ...., -- ---= -.- ----0-- -
t7N" Dean say anything that they learned out 1 d If '' I.JAY ELECTRIC AND .! COIHPAN Y
a SUPPLY ;
,, AJLff ;
r o of the guide book they can't understand a i
I ,'Il them so we have to make signs and J Mh r.I Tayi6N J Prepared to'do all electrical repairing en short notice: Rlng.i: >hone 570 and a '
..... point. A Person would think we were I ; t epresentatire will call. W. T. Bid well. President- and Manager." 205 S. Baylen

all deaf--and-dumb .. .. ., ... .. ", ':" t i treet. -. .
tQ\ @ I hope Santa Claus treated you good I & .Merr <
\: ,. and brought you! that 'gunr you wanted. : .:0. .: t bs .f ;.

-,A I i11r- t :of :2 .S...: A.G"lT- on TJ% ,a Wishing Happy New you Year a Merry, \ will.Christmas close. Your and' s, :'.Ac.rzy! 'WJ1ZZ'eCi'2" $ I' ORnE: A"N'O M' UlES I
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TT.PT I 0U T13CC1AVT 03' cousin. ,HARRY. J2'JzYC8 EJE' ,:' T. Iz: 6 4fIESZ'_ I d

I G' ;Z2jt ? .RAn.cz P5p7D..zrve' f (lt l- u i

f S S. Just received two carloads horses and mules. Extra f

To the Boy or Girl Whose Name Is Drawn From the Correct Answers Received At This Office by Next Thursday Night, The Journal Will f fine and well broken. Can be seen at our stables.

Give a Silver Dollar.


The Boy or Girl Whose Answer Is Drawn Second Will Be Given a Box; of Huyler's Candy Wjen, Called For at, ; .D'Alemberte's Pharmacy. W..R.TAYLOR&CQ..

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209 E. GARDEN STREET. :
wins the big box of Hurlers candles, after the specified time, and of quIst, city;' Angus McKInnon, city; THE UNBOUGHT GIFT
which he may enjoy with the many course are then too late for the drawing Helen :Morgan, city; John Christie, Gather the gifts 'together now -- --- .
PUZZLERS AFTER[ :other things Santa Claus Is going to .' Jr., city; Doris Crona, Warrington, And wrap them tip to be sent away; ;
:bring him. The correct answers to last week's Fla.; EtheJ> Gilmore city; oliver There is many a gift to go. and now ...1
I i- Both these lucky little puzzlers are puzzles are as follows: ThompOMi,; city; Willie Rilchmae ; It is less than a week until Christ-
among the Journal's faithful mem- Correct Answers. city; Dove White, city; Nathan mas day. Gobble Gobble Gobble .
CHRISTMASDOLLAR bers of the puzzle army, and the reward No. 1-Toledo. Greenblatt, 'city; Alice L. Rocn city; Wrap them and .mark them and tie
of the faithful has at last come No. 2-Pyrennees.No Ethel Wilkinson, city; Bessie Condon' them 'well
their way. :Barcelona, city; Roy: Courtney, city. For many have far to go from'here; ;
Oh the brave charge they made on No. 4-Ebro. Those whose answers were not ;Jill But. hide in the heart the tear that WE HA VE THEM ...
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last week's puzzles. It would put the No.5-PortugaL I, correct atei Robert Daniels city;, fell' .e .t.tNice
famous "Light Brigade" to shame. No. Grapes.. '. ',1, Marion_ Watson, city; Connie Porter, For the gift we' did, not buy this
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D R RStack There were stacks of correct answers No. 7-ColumbuaNo. >" Carrabelle Fla.; Naomi w. Marzonl, year! Fat and Chickens .1 1f
which were a pleasure to handle, so 8Isabella.The city; Ledone Tomasello, Bagdad; Lillian Turkeys t
well written'and clean were they'and E. Kilpatrick. Warrington, Fla.; Some little token for every friend, ,
The Journal's puzzle rules were car- following girl and boys sent in Willie iL McArthur, city; John C. Folded around with. a Christmas
ried out to the letter. correct answers:' Pace, city Harry L. !Macon city; toast; Also, the CHOICEST MEATS and GREENGROCERIES 'il
of Correct Answers Received Now thats a great record, and for Minnie Barbare, city; Miltin Wood Christina Pate city; Clarence Harper '''But oh, the grief that we cannot send of ALL KINDS. ;;
these busy times It is a wonderful Lappington, city; Gladys Bell city; Chipley, Fla.; Anna S. Henrickson A gift to the''one. we loved tha 'j
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from The record. Anita Geri city; Esperidion Bernhardina HenricksoB, most!
: Jour city. ; It ,will to4phoneus.your orders. !
Some day the puzzle editor is goIng city; Susie Johnson city; city* i Poor little hands .that are cold and pay you
nal's Energetic I to give a great big party for the ry city; Mary Louise Gabel Borras'l chill They will be filled promptly. ;t:! l'
puzzle army, where they may all come Simmie Vermillion, city; TENN. Tu'KEYS, NICE AriD FAT, ,With never a Christmas more to ..
'and spend an afternoon and romp 'Cheeser, city; Valerian Borras, city; ON FOOT 1712c PER POUND. keep "t.
Army. !and play games to their hearts content Jewel Booth, St. Andrews; Leslie Al- NEW CITY MEAT MARKETS TELEPHONE Yet holding 'the crumbling flowers MARKET
END ;
WEST
I fred, Chipley; Kathleen Wheat, city; 223.IOCKD. still .1i

But we won't talk about that now Hazel Jacoby, city; AntInette .Hoffman ,That we placed In his hands whenhe 1
MINNIE BARBARE, 313 SOUTH for aa those coupons are waiting to city;' Nena Souder city; CT J. I fell asleep. Butchers and Green Grocers 4
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be put down on paper, and if they all ,Heinberg, city; Neely Giackmeyer, () IN CELUR ,
CEVALLOS STREET'THE LUCKY should not get there next week there city; Thomas Butler, Jr., city; Ruby Keeping his Christmas. all alone Cor. Belmont- and DeVilliers Sts. t ,
SOLDIER THIS WEEK-BOX OF would be a lot of notes which would Dawson city; Maory McLean, city;' FOR T"'REf'YEAR$ Far out there with never a friend R J
say "I don't see why my name wasn'tIn Ella Rupert city; Willie R. Harris : To stand and watch with a gift his
CANDY WON BY MILTON WOOD The-Journal when my answers Jr., city; Ethel Baykss city; Agnes own Phone
i Special' to The ;1ournatGeneva J: A. JONES, Manager. 385.11
were correct and I know they got M. Wolfe, city; Mary' Wolfe city; I Dec. 22.-A1' wealthy farmer To place in his hands when his
LAPPINGTON. there in time." Leona Murphy, city; Pearl A. Suggs, named Thonney and his wife living l slumber ends .-____ 1
Now this is a good time to tell the city; Lillian Suggs city; Loneta Harris in the village of Beguins near' A poor little fellow that has forgot
children that as sure as their puzzles city; Jack Suggs, city; Arthur Nyon have been arrested for. torturing All about Christmas and Santa
Miss :Minnie Barbare of'313 S. Ce- reach The Journal office before late Johnson, city; Willie Johnson, city; their daughter. I kind; : ':' ;
allos street gets the dollar for a Thursday night so sure will their Emanuel Johnson, city; W. Effie Mlle. Thonney, three years ago But we who are lonely tonight, have V
correct answer to the pnzzles of De- names appear in the columns of the Suggs city; Belle Murphy, city; Clyde when she was only fifteen nad a love not, FR
remnl'r: 16 which was drawn first paper, should they be correct or incorrect Murphy, city; Carrye' Edwards, city; affair which ended in her father lock- Nor the little stocking he left be- 50 MUSIC LESSONS iml S
from the many correct coupons. I Edna V. Riedel, city; Geraldine D. ing her up in a cellar under the hind. D
Master while Darras, city; Lily E.:DeBonford.city:
Milton Wood Lapplflgton Once in a puzzles come in ; ground. She has been kept there f fu
'Elmira Bell. city; Frankie Gailliar, ever since until a few'days ago.when Poor little stocking that waits in vain
------ city Graham '
; 'Dorsey White cityr Thonney's"'daughter-in-law, after a To be hung tonight by the chimney
Sunday Morning, December 23: 1906.PUZZLE I White; city; Dove White city; William quarrel gave information to the po there! t t
Rosasco, city; Mallory Jgnes, lice. Poor little toys not wanted again! x For few weeks offer those who
we n
city; Lizzie Jones city;, Besise L. (I Mile. Thonney was released in ,a Poor little empty, quaint high chair! a : .
Perryman, city; Sammie Stewart, half Poor old hearts that through all the \
She was
pitiable condition. :
ANSWER COUPON Milton, Fla.; Grace Lawless city; I i l blind speechless and indescribably FearsBut buy a piano or organ from us 50 free D If.

Francis, W. Beard Florence Station; I emaciated. She was at once removed wait and pray for those. yearsto : H ft: l '
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Alice P. Pritchard, city; Clara Rein- i end; Music essons. Gut out the following u '
Answers !Must Be Written on This Coupon Blink. No to the hospital |! j
hardt, city; Everett Rice, city; TonyS. And oh, the burning touch of the r
Attention Will Be Paid nose Not Written On IL M* .
Johnson, Minerva R. Jones
,
city
; tears 1'l'
Exception to this Rule. city; Harry Davis city; Malcom R. That fall for the gift we need not i coupon and mail it to us, stating whether
Fell Warrington Katie M. Hartman, ;
My answers to the puzzles in The Journal today &rt as follows: ; send! : ,
city; Murine Myers Warrington; piano or is wanted:
a organ
Fannie R, Grant city Flora Cooper J. E. DUBUISSONI But gather the others together now r
No.l Warrlngton; Benjamin D. Robinson, And dream that. our weary watchIs :
city; :Mac Hodgkins, Milton, Fla.; done; I

Mary Jones city Minnie Colley, city;.I I & BRO.I I Friends that are, here must not_ know COUPON. i
No.Z .e Charlie Colley, city; Indelethla Bor how ,*
ras, city; Hilda L. Harris, city; John I 124-126 E. fntendencU: St. Hurt hearts long for that absent F .*. f

-- Gibson, city; Gem. Pickett, city; I PHONE 65. one! : I wish to buy a. .!. . . .'. .'. .and please :
No.3 Minnie E. Gibson city; Llllie Mae i Wrap up the' gifts and tie them .. i !
Gibson, city Aloysius Hughes, War- from' .
; i For many have far to go
rington; Francis M. Scarritt, Big I We have everything to But hide In ,the ,heart the tear "Weil.l! send me a Catalogue, with full. i information as .
No. 4. Bayou; Clinton McConnell. city; Gary: make your Christmas fell ; I
rett Allen Manker, Indianapolis, Ind.; i For the gift we need not buy :1 'f
Eunice Clopton, city; IL McLellan,:I dinner a success.A year. :1 I to your offer of fifty.free music lessons. s!:
No. 5. Yarbrough, Chattahoochee Fla.; W. Jacksonville T : il' "

:F. Mapoles. Milligan, tia; Liddon : Full Line of es-unfon.1 V t .

Solomon, Marianna, Fla.; Clinton' SIR KNIGHTS, -': Name:. ... . ; .:. . . . . .. ": '
Ni.6. Big Bayou Scarritt .. '. ti .,
Reilly ; Angelia Holiday' Goods : ;q 1 1I
i Bayou Blanch Larcom, '
Big ; city; Regular conclave of d
:Viola Rock, city; Dennis Eagan, Coeur De Lion Com ti I P. ,O. . . ./ . . . . . . ,;, .,
NL7l '
I Nashville icnn; Oscar. Wells,.city; DOLLS. TOYS, ETC. mandery Number i' :.
Charlie Davis, city; Laura England, 3. Knights Templar 'Z:3p. ,f '. u .. .\ 1 "
No. 8. city; Sadie Mellor, city; Evelyn Robertson Wholesale and Retail Dealers In i \\ m. Monday, December t r Business . ...., . . . ; . :H: '.:'' i isi : =!
I Warrington, Fla.; Ethel Eyers CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES I 24th. Balloting 1.1 f I S .i.
city; AMa H. White city; John P. election of.officer
NameStreet_ Cole, Columbus, Ga.; Edith Lee Parfcr l ensuing year. 9' :Jr. J JI
l city: Landnun Cawthora. city CROCKERY STATION lLUUt1j W. GIBBS. .

No. I city Lucy:; Marion Swain Anderson city; Leon: city;.MIckler Margarita ;-, ARY.WOOD GLASS AND WILLOWWARE TIN. I E. E. FORBES PIANO CO-, Ii i: .jx t. j jt

CIGARS, TO-
Anderson, city; Hattie Satrant, GIVE STACY'S FORKDIPD CHOC t }
Answers city; Bennie Bernstein, city; Regina BACCO, SNUFF FEED OLATES A, TRIAL. BEST THAT > JAMES 0. SMITH Mgr. Mobile Ala. I .
to this week's puzzl e must be on this coupon. andS Davenport Big Bayou; Benito,Daven STUFF, ETC. : : : ARE MADE, A_ T WHITE'S PHAR_ ;; ,, :

bear th is date. port, Bayou Grande;. Kaston Soder- MACY. 3t E tin:;'I:;P:III :::::n n : '::!: m m : J "I:'!q::::nm1:::!!! ::::: ::': ta ti!t i ;.


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PENSACOLA.JOURNAL', SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER. 1906
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i "The Best Is What Sell' _' ; THE SHOEMEN WITH. A REPUTATION.



PEOPLE AND EVENTS We have a

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, BY AURELIE MAREAN BERNARD. of By ARTHUR J. -BURDKX' '. .


No. 169 Before 3 P.p
TelepitOne Na sa After 3 P. MME Such as ICopyrlgbt. 1906. IT Arthur J. Burdlck.J
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I Oranges I F there's one&biaa the

Apples t6i.tbmu "

Grapes --. e More tk a cttera I

\ .desire: )

The Parkhill-Lykes 'The Journal's, Daily Fashion Feature Bananas Pineapples .S 7.t hens aOiritmas
anthem
Wedding Thursday j \ '
I Lemons aLe old tune viUlage
By
A Brilliant Affair. ...
Grape.Fruits choir.
\ Tallahassee, Dec. 21.-St. Johns I
I nay Ere to be a hoa-
Kpicopal! church was the scene of a i t : Also .
itt brilliant wedding Thursday evening Nuts \ \ p dred. j
- when Miss Genevieve Perry Park I L Bat 1 never will ier.

hill daughter of Judge ,Charles B. I "Raisins THE: C03TKALTO.QiiBtmu..

Parkbill of the supreme court 'of I Dates n die old home village ,
the,, wife of Mr.
}Florida became i
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Figs And the food old tune quartet.
James McKay Ljkes The statelyold i 8 1r 1 rot
church was artistically decorated Stuffed Dates

in white and green ,and masses of : \ r Stuffed FigsRosenau&Gerelds ThaeWllLiza BrQs.
preen about the altar made an effeo dtaabaho +
, live background for the ,bridal party. : r.
" rue church was filled with an assemblage The sopAnoMaly

) of friends long,before the Jones
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'.' hour bet for the 'ceremonyChiie And the tenor who \ I I
they waited the coming of the bridal noted .a
the following musical THE FANCY GROCERS was I
programwas
part For the cleancM of
rendered Miss "Whitfield presiding 1'r I i.l 116 SOUTH PALAfOX ST. p; I
J his
at the organ: j taaeLSlit I 0
Marcbc de Flambeaux 1 1t Phone 391 t ti the ba-was the *' ". .
.
Vocal So'o! -Lores Token Thome, ItuDDeI'- 5.5'

3Iis>s Sara Croom Mays. Had 00
A AH' a voice to
Violin Solo Miss Saxon The \ i picked it up.Of A pocket-book he d

+, sight, Rasa; Thousand Eyes E. MeLean t cried. When he opened it, it was hoarse! and nm "l'DOL SANTA CLAUS. being besieged by his many little friends to bring
't1 filled with bills and his heart leaped
i Ib'q them Shoes so why not gladden the little one's hearts by complying with
t} VOC'1 Solo-Mrs. J Clifford R. Fos with joy. Then the wicked spirit I It would fairly knock the sEven,
I ter. Love Me and The World Mine. whispered to.'him. "Irs'yours, keep it their most practical request. Make yourSsft. one of usefulness Shoes and
is Sob speak, right off of -alI
ft1.I' At the appointed hour the familiar You can. get your mother a nice] vHosiery make ideal Christmas presents for young or old. We quote a few

strains of Mendelssohn redding ji\'i \ warm shawl and get you new clothes of the many valuable suggestions that we have:
march heralded! the approach of the and everything you need. And now can recoflect die anthem ,

. l' wedding procession. First came Miss t the spirit of the sweet south winds Always song oa Giratmas day."CloO'iye. MEN'S SHOES $1.50 to .......J8.oq( } MEN'S SLIPPERS 75c to. li.50
.i.. ,. Clara Lewis and Mr \euneth McKay*. whispered softly to him "It is not gJoo-rjre B the TgWPWe
I.. of Tampa and following was Miss 1 1I 1i I yours. It does'- not belong to you. coated Lear the tenor LADIES' SHOES $1.50 to ......$5.00BOYS'SHOES BOX8' SLIPPERS $1.50 to. $2.00

.1- ):' Laura McNeil of Mobile. Alabama. i Give it up Give it up." And then Then the .- joined the effort.say. $1,00 te.$3.00 CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS, $1 to$t 50
,
. } with Mr Thomas Lykes'. of Tampa the wicked spirit said again "Keep
:- and Miss Clde Raney with Mr Richard f 6 r it. It is yours. "Ybu found it. It will MPay.wa airth goodwill toe man; MISSES' SHOES$1,00 to.....$ .oo LADIES' HOSIERY lOc to2.50

Ljkes of Cuba. make you a happy Chistmas. Qoo- ye. pay--. glan.rye. psyfon"That's CHILDREN'S SHOES 50e to..9200 MEN'S HOSIERY 10c to.... ,$1.00INFANT"S
"tj'4 Preceding the bride and her father I When he looked up he saw a hand die way the anthem no.Awjrona .
i' dressedlady"wlLlklng along; SHOES 2Sc to..SOc, SHINOLA OUTFITS COMPLCTE
.fir came the dainty maid of honor; Miss t somely'
? Cary Abercrombie. of Pensacola. The I ;. ;. 1 loadipg'1 down'as if.she;! w'as hunting LADIES' SLIPPERS $1.00 to.$3.50; ,.........15c to........We
\ bridesmaids wore quaint girlishgowns r 4 ', for; something; The spirit of thesweet I 1
I" cf white chiffon over white south winds'whisPered once '-
j nUn with veils and carried bouquets f \ more 'It is hers. Give It to her. A small present of usefulness Is far better than a rwe costly one of

;, of maidenhair fern tied with white I \ He started towards her to give it np na utility. So again we say SHOES for the. Christmas Stockings, and

tulle :Miss Abeicrorabie's gown was j j jt but the wicked spirit said.,"Don't giveit SHOES for gifts for the family,'friend stranger. Ample extra,salesmen

of white chiffon over satin. She worea I .. .. up Put it in jour pocket. "Hideit. to wait on you.
It Is You found it. But
nil and carried bride roses tied yours.
nth tulle I th .' weet. ;south jwinds whispered softly Come take -look; Buy If you please.MEYER .
The bride was radiant and queenlyas t ,_ .. 1 'again "It Is not yours t fcnd ;he I 'i Joi
she came u\t the aisle leaning rushed down 'thread to tfcs lady '
her father's 1 and-taid. "This fs ours," and handedit I'
UIKNJ arm Her,wedding
gown, fashioned a Id Marguerite, with to her. ,The lafly-thanked him and i
save him many dollars as a rewardfor 'CO
+ court train was of Duchesse chiffon t R SHOE
silk over chiffon and taffeta, with a finding it and wished him a merry BaG THE G&ATTD JIDP.R.UN.TLca : .

garniture of real lace and pearls Her Christmas.awl then: asked him .." .
:it >ciL. caught by a wreath of orange where he lIvect:3ow": 'W fcfffld Tiavea get the:women gathered courage:
blossoms! was of tulle and floated in l his mother \\"arnf'sftawl1.nd
I EMPIRE COAT. nice Xmas dinner. "Aweg1..aog the pwd0" FEET FOR FOLKS.
filmy cloud-like folds about the exQ'Vfcitely II. FURNISHERS
It.,is much iucerto, be honest Aad the basso followed: after:
beautiful figure. She carried i Thet empne coat wraps are very useful for dressy wear the model of the 59 ; the ,. ,
be
and truthfulthaasta;: : led by "Awa@Ts, raf.t i..pm..
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an armful of
splendid bride roses one illustrated being of silver-gray cloth trimmed with embroidered bands' I 102 SOUTH PALAFOX ST.
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with showers of lillies of the Taller. and gray velvet The little pointed rest was made of these embroidered wicked spiritCosy ", --Red._ "raff-ram. oorufraitt: ;"loof-ram.
The groom and his best man Mr. trips! _Vn embroidered band also "ormed a straight collar which is hiddenin Shouted each; then all went back llliNN
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Club Met -
Fred E. Lykes entered from the vestry the illustration by the ermine neck scarf The coat was laid in plaits at And began'agaa at ."CIoo-rya"
room and met the bride at the the shoulder the shoulder seam being strapped across with gray silk cords Friday Afternoon.; Sailing oa another tack. .NONNN 0...........,.................... N..
altar. Here, according to the beautiful and buttons. The revers were finished by a folded scarf of gray velvet and
ritual of the Episcopal church at the point of each rever was attached a large gray silk tassel. The sidesof :Miss: Lizzie and'MIss Helen Fisher

Reverend Dr. Carter read the betrothal the coat were slashed and held togeathec: by rows of gray velvet buttons were the hostesses of the Cosy Club After various frantic I Lasting I
and the impressive marriage and cords Friday afternoon. Christmas Gifts I
efforts
sen ice. -I This club is ,composed or. fourteen
During the cerenion}. "La Paloma"was charming little,girls who ire probing Gomg I back from

softly plaed so softly that it Howell Tyson Lykes of Tampa. He Pearl Eagan Home deep into the ,mysteries of literature .S1 time to tune, i
was like an echoing whisper breath is a young man of fine character and and it is rather ,surprising to see Smgr.doubly all to Are always more appreciated than those of a passing. :

ing love's exquisite pain and joy. business ability and with his brothers Given Christmas Tree. what a lot of knowledge each little : nature., Buy your gift from our immense stock ot T
The hush that followed the benediction with whom he is associated in Section A of 'grade number 7, at head contains. la
business, has been very successful. public school the Those who met at Mrs Fisher Friday a climax quite furniture.
was broken by' the triumphal number one, gave i i ii
volume of the recessional-The After the honeymoon which will children of the Pearl Eagan Home a were: Miss Miriam Blount fubEme.
Bridal Chorus from Lohengrinasthe be spent in Tampa and Cuba Mr. and delightful surprice in the, shape of a Miss Mary Winston Jones Miss Marion They all net at late ia Now Later
Mrs Lykes will make their home at Baker Miss Nettie Baker, Miss i Buy Pay i
I wedding party left the church Christmas tree yesterday afternoon. Miss Helen and .... Jo'J concert ,. T
and ,
There was no reception except to .Galveston Texas. A big tree was brought to the school Cordelia aublett: I II I On+ the anthem'final)

f the wading party and the atendants :I Among the out-f-town guests at and decorated. Presents for all tne I Lizzie Fisher.Christmas tree had been TBS S07BA50. note i ..There's no need not being able to give with such a !
owing to the recent death of the the wedding were Mrs Solon B. Tur- children at the home and for the mat I .A surprise .
groom's father. man of Tampa sister of the groom; ron and the cook were hung upon this I arranged in an adjoining room by I I And to peaceful silence srnbng i wonderful l selling plan as this. Rockers,$1.25 to $15; :

The bride Is the eldest daughter of Mrs George R. Macfarlanc, of II generous tree and wrapped securelyin Mrs Fisher, who the is always pleasure so thoughtful of children -- I Let then voices gently float. : Druggets $6 to $15. Sideboards $15 to $65. Clock. :

Judge Charles B. Parihill.! and agranddaughter Tampa; Miss Sara Croom Mays of white canvas it was taken. to the concerning had been Pictures Shades and
'the Ranges Mattings everything
and after :
papers ,
Pearl Home:
of the late Governor Monticello; Miss Cary Abercrombie Eagan Twas pleasure thus i
ft
Perry. She is descended from two of. of Pensacola; Miss Laura McNeil -of I The little ones at the home were read she invite the little the guests Christmas into toEjten ti required for the home.MARSTON. :
containing .
g Florida's most illustrious families Mobile, Alabama; Mr, Perry G. Ross delighted with the beautiful gifts the room .
which to their delighted eyes And watch the A-Y
and is herself of a distinctively lovely of Palatka. and. the groom's brothers I and were very grateful to the children tree to
into life as
type of Southern womanhood, Tall Mr. Fred E. Lykes. Mr. Thomas of grade number seven. as well seemed to have sprung vocal race. '
l Aladdin and his won
and graceful with dark hair and Lykes and Mr. Richard L>'kes. ,as to their teacher Miss Emma suddenly as .if hidden Once .again Fd like I \
been
had away
dreamy dark eyes aId cordial, .. vin- Mr. and Mrs.- Lykes left on the' Maclay, who arranged the- surprise in derful somewhere.lamp to hear them & QUINA ,

some manners she has been extremely early train Friday morning for Tampa such a happy manner. There was a present for each on And .behold each
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two popular gars ago.r in society since her debut mother where they before will going visit to Cuba Mr. Lyke's where Mrs. Zeek to Entertain.On 1 the tree and it; had loads of good well known fax i 108/110 S, Palafox St. Phone 149. Pensacola, Fla. i

Mr. Lykes is a son of the late Dr. the honeymoon will be spent. Tuesday of Christmas week Mrs. things The also.subject of the papers for this I may ntmdied tre ,to be a .++..............N.....N......+..+.tl.N..N..++*...
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] Zeek meeting of the "Cosy Club" was t
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: idence of the former- 1007 East Gads- the little Christmas stories read b:} beget TUB BA86O.ra .
MARRIAGEINVITATIONS : den street. The meeting of the the children were wonderfully clever. Quistmai the old home village

: Nomads Rill be at eleven clock in The following story of "The: Little ADd that food old time,quartet.,
t the morning and promises to be a Hunch Back's Christmas" by Marion'

S 'I most interesting one. Baker was adjudged the best. For a
Goldsmith's play "She Stoops to girl of eleven years the storyis
I Conquer" will be read by a number very, good indeed and shows that THESTREETS; WERE

/ CORRECTLY AND PROMPTLY ENGRAVED !lof the members who will read the the little author has a decided talent \
various in the ABoxpflowney'sMakesa
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SEND FOR SAMPLES AND PRICESJ. .ters.The BUSY YESTERDAY : : Choice
Christmas Gift
I Nomads is Pensa oia.s oldest Stewart-Butler 't
and most exclusive literary organiza I
P. STEVENS CO. ENGRAVERS I Etion. I Wedding Thursday.The .
It was organized in the fall of They
i 11S93, and its membership is limited to West Hill Baptist church was : CHRISTMAS BUYERS THRONGED-, run from a 10-cent

47 WHITEHALL ST., ATLANTA, GA. i twenty-one members., the scene of a lovely' wedding on .I''THEM ALL :DAY AND LATE package up to 5-pound fancy
From the time of its Initial meet Thursday evening Dec. 20 at eight :
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i .NN.iNiNd.NNNNN.NN.N.NN.NNNNS ....... It is composed of many of the city's Butler one of West Hills most popular I comply with all the req ,irc- ;
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:!'brightest and best read women and young ladies, was united la marl ments of the new food' law
''its meetings never lag in interest. i I to Mr. Frank Patterson Stewart,
riagc crowded
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CAKE I also of this city. I Christmas buyers last night and all are j
|i The Little HunchBack'sChristmas. i f Lon; before the appointed hour the ,of them seemed to have money and :---in price. -
1 : church was filled with friends ,and 'to. be buying in large quantities. -
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i. FOR.THECHRISTMAS relatives of the'contracting parties.It Clerks and merchants were all busy I? A Toilet or I
I A long time.ago.. .i in .a little flour I was beautifully decorated withpalms and the stores did sot close until a S **""** Manicure .
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ishlng Tlllaje: there lived a lonely J ferns and hotly. late hour. I r .
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They were very poor and hardly had and holly! with roses entwined was customers poured in and out all day ,. ---_
Z the necessities of,life; ,although she I'placed in front of the altar with I I one of the chief attractions being Mr.Hooton'3 pair of Military Hair Brushes
SPrincess : was a very pious lady and her little 1! banks of ferns on either sid :: '
display presided
'perfume makes
boy was ambitious.and loVed to : The wedding march was rendered _,j: ..also an acceptable
: Fruit Cake is profusely rich with nature t very I lover by 'the special demonstrator of
work but he could not get anything '''by Mr. R. P. Beale as the bridal party I I[Allan's odors Miss Watson.. A large ," gift-and our stock is com-
: rarest fruits and nuts embodying a flavor far ahead to do aid he always went by the came : entered. First came Mr Hillard I II
number these odors shown in
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was Christmas eve and be was by Miss Lula Tompkins an attractive you to buy what pleases
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$50
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most delightful ever passed yourlips. Order down the at lady of Century. Flaj ..
passing street looking yc-cns
small packages are purchased, the 'ou .
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: cess." ,J I the could hear the gleeful laugh of I j followed' by the bride and groom. I the same odor in the large bottles '
The bride looked sweet and: HOOWS PHARMftCf
Xiaas"His J very
the children shouting "Merry
s 1,2, 3, and 5' Pounds: ?'t heart grew sad as be thought of I girlish. handsomely gowned In cream I Tomorrow before purchasing.(Monday) will probablybe _...__-_. 'jot

.'I their warm homes and their good ; Knrietta trimmed with lace and apilque. -I. the heaviest day of the season and #- The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery. r5" ,

: 50 cents a pound. Si : things to eat. And oh! how he wished I }, The maid'of honor was also notwithstanding his heavy trade of --- '"" PHONE 1100 -:
p ,I that he could get his mother. beautifully gowned in cream mohair, .
still
the past two weeks Mr. Hooton -
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i I ITHE Ii warm shawl to,wrap around her frail and lace.. has plenty of goods left for suitable ,. .. ..., --
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for some time. Rev J.t Senterfltt pastor of theFst K

: As he was walking along,' thinking \ Hill church' of which the brideis EXTRA FINE XMAS DINNER AT .
+ PURE FOOD STORE. Phones J17 of his sad fate and hearing the a member. THE SOUTHERN HOTEL. DONT '
I Southwest Corner Palafox and Intendencu $ 480 Immediately after the ceremony WILL .
: shouts of Merry Xmas" everywhere MISS IT. CHEAPER THAN IT -'.;;

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I The father and mother smiled andwent r the beautiful 'flWtf' with its long light and from within came the .:r.., I, 'fk I J

about their duties, happy in the. :flat ral curls and blue silk, frock sound of music and laughter. ,1 F.I .
.happiness of their child I which lay so close 'to her. This ,was the night of Dorothy's .
rr! Christmas] ( "Settle Bettie" called a. shrill but i' "Oh Isn't her perfectly lovely" ball, little Dorothy, with the same I
1 sweet childish voice,and as the little murmered the child as .she gently I golden glint in her hair the same' : : :
.one seated upon the floor heard the call raised the doll back and forth and i velvety blue in her eyes. dR
she sprang up and with her doll in watched the waxen lids close and ,, Everywhere the holly glistened I ., '
By Aurelie Marean Bernard j I'her arms, ran out ia answer to it. open over' the violet eyes "and, oh 1 green and red and the heavy boughsof : .
Upon the top of the wall sat the Dorothy you can comb her hair for I I mistletoe hung from unexpected .
d little aristocrat from the "big house," I it's ,sure Qugh hair; and when you I places. I
: : = = : looking a. veritable fairy her golden squeeze her she talks, and look, her i Bettie Vas there too. She and her E 'j, !
curls tied on one side with a great shoes and stockings can come off-" little neighbor who had played across
It was really Christmas day yet in admiration of its splendor. butterfly bow of blue satin her} sheer "Yes," interrupted Dorothy, "but j the stone waif of the garden were Z1i '1 .
there'was no Ice or snow and insteadof Only a little way from this house white frock caught in the tangles'pf lookup there under her hair, if you scarcely ever separated now for ( H
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a day midwinter, the air blew and divided by a low stone wall, every ivy. her shapely little,legs, bare'from bite her just a tiny bit. her complexion : Betty was a protegee and favorite at
gently and 'warm.' as toalmy; as the,, crevice of which was covered with the white sill sox to the dimpled -all comes'off, and if you drop her 1 the "big house" and had been sent 0
day of an Indian summer. the waxen green of the English ivy knee impatiently kicking: the walL she'll"break. Now Martha isn't a bit II I away to school with her little friend.I ,0
The holly trees however remembered stood. a small white cottage beautifully But her arms held something all like that she's lots nicer." But often Bettie remembered her 'l
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Christmas and the clean and almost hidden a lace and silk and it was big and beau "
that It was by A choaking sob was the little rrsl lowly origin, and many times had R R
berries had turned from green to red gigantic climbing rose bush, in full tifuL It was the imported French answer. "I don't think Santa Claus she been reminded of it by the motherof
and clung like dropa of blood against bloom. In this cottage lived tho doll Santa Claus had left upon her loves me, as well as he does you j I' the man to whom she had given r? a..5.f .1
leaves, of Him overseer of the plantation with his Christmas tree. Holding her ,precious :
the thorny symbolical Dorothy she managed to say after'a her'girlIsh heart and who loved her K K i, ;
this day a tiny babe wife and baby daughter of five.' charge carefully In one arm Bettie time ..! --oJ
who came upon "and, oh, I tried-so hard bea in return in spite of every obstacle
lying upon His hard bed of straw: and Seated by a wide stone.fireplace drew herself up on the wall beside good little girl." thrown tn their way by his proud and 3SS -
Mho at last wore the crown of thorns was the pretty little tot, intent upon ,the child her eye riveted to the The young mother' standing by tEe haughty mother.B S :: ,
-splashed with the red blood of dicovering the contents of a very fat waxen beauty of the doll held,J>y her small window of the dining room the bitterly resented any slurs

agony. stocking. Her short crispy J rown little neighbor. turned away her eyes burning with cast 'at the honorable though lowly ;' }
The mistletoe also remembered that curs fairly' trembled in her nervous "Hello Bettie." said she ,of the tears and her heart suddenly MRS. LOUISE PEIF[ 1t.Full I
grown name of her father. assortment of Christmas Toys at tow prices. All kinds of doll, big and K
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this was the time its.boughs mustgrace anxiety ta probe to the bottom' to golden curs. "What did Santa Clans heavy: with its sadness.A Tonight she thought would settleit little ones Large assortment to select from-also Tea Seth Expre** Wagons ,
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the of its contents, and for Christmas of fireworks. Best prices In the city. Corn In and
the halls of the Christmas reve mysteries as bring you length her little daughter appeared all. She would to every one I etc. We have a full line
berries clung she. drew forth each hastily unwrapping Bettie's lips trembled and her prove look at our line. !
toy .
Hers and the white
but the happy light had gone that her love was not ambition, for Has been the standard for years. Send In your Christmas orders for Fruit ;
thick and ripe neath the clusters ot papers which hid from eyes shown with a suspicious;moist from her baby face and poor doll upon this night she would sacrifice it I Cake, Pound Cake, Ornamental Cake. We give you the best that good material
I she know not 'what a and skill produce. 211 East Intendencla street
view-things can
dark green leaves.It It
ure."This her feet striking the floor while she upon the altar of her pride. 7
was indeed Christmas at the big series of delighted ."oh's" and "ah's" ," she answered:- bravely I 1
house which stood high and white escaped her red baby lips, and to the holding the pink frocked rag..baby her swung new by mother one arm seemed from to the also hand wear of Softly the music sounded to her .sat alone upon this Christmas night i apart In a million shining coats that },
when she stood alone leaning againsta
upon a green knoll surrounded by 'young parents who stood nearby the toward her inquisitor. "She isn't dejected look. and gazed with sad unseeing eyes shown with a rosy light upon the
;slant oaks draped by nature's hand delight of their little daughter fully very pretty but she is got lots. of white pillar of the balcony. Yes into the glowing fire Silvery threads S
who in the
face of the sleeper
1The, Bile the sadness and placid
I I girl seeing she was going to flirt perhapsin
with long festoons of Spanish moss. compensated them for any sacrifice sense and her name is Martha.? showed in the soft tendrels of her of thehappness
of life lay dreaming
of her mother's another evening
face ran quickly to the man '
long run accept
TMs!!! house was occupied by a prosperous made in inducing old St. Nicholas to Little Dorothy looked at the doll, "I hair-the dust from the road of life of its morning. t
her. "What is it, mamma dear? and as she made her mind to this
young Southern planter with pay a visit to their' humble home. not.unkindly but with a vague sense up had fallen upon it, and glistened r tt
!Jiire and only child a daughter. I "Isn't she lovely" breathed the of pity in her childish heart; She she inquired anxiously her own small I the "other: man" passed beside her. solemnly, in the flickering light The ,- t
Should you come up the long white jit tie one as she clasped close to her took the waxen beauty from her own troubles forgotten in the distress she Taking his arm Bettie went gracefully !beloved of her youth had preceded 'rMEN'S
felt for '
driveway which led to the house heart an immense rag doll, "and oh.1'arms and laid it gently, In Bettie's her. into the ballroom where they i her only a few abort weeks ago to ,
row would catch a glimpse of an Immense she has such a pretty dress on too," lap, taking Bottles own rag baby ina 'The strong YOUng'arms of the overseers I were to''' lead the Christmas cotillion. i receive the reward from HIm who :
evergreen Christmas tree continued the child as her dimpled motherly way. wife clasped the child and held I Watching them from the shadowsnear came upon this day-the reward j jt
"overed with gold and tinsel upon hand smoothed out. the creases in "Why. she isn't ugly one bit," her closely to her hart which In the smoking room was' the man I(I given those who as best they can,
which shown glistening stars, half- the pink,calico gown of the ugly rag cooed the child comfortingly, "and spite, of herself ached with an envious -. of Bottle'schoice, white to lip with have followed In his footsteps. -t, ,
moons and other things which helpedto baby. Then she held the doll at arms she wont break when you drop her rebellions ache which would intense jealousy gnawing at his heart I Beside him slept their little ones 4
than only the man who truly loves ;
not down. ,
make it gorgeous and exquisitely length her limpid dark eyes looking and- whose white Bettie knew Increased v
souls WET
':oautlful to the lovely little girl of unutterable things into the staring ,But'Bettle wasn't listening. Her "Did you like what Santa Claus I I can feeL"There the lillies in the garden of
fool who said his r
fix rears who stood near wrapped painted eyes of _her treasure. mind her heart and soul was_ with brought you, my baby? she whispered was' a. Paradise. Softly she socked herself

-- -,------ ---_. __nn_ !I title? girl, "Did all she he bring wanted my!"dear good I To a prayer rag and abone 'and a hunk of I,to and fro, and as she gazed her WEATHER' J.
white eyelids closed and she dreamed
hair-
"Oh mamma came the half-,
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smothered answer "everything! he muttered to himself and laugh .of the past-the beautiful- springtimeof j i..

y +1e'r everything.Again amidst" the song of the mock-I,I'ing Now bitterly this quotation:turf edaway was very unjust 'seemed her to girlhood.drink from Once the again cutf of: she joy SHOES : i .
which bubbled in the happinessof
Ing bird and the chirp of the blue I to Bettie for her dresses were over ;:
motherhood, and the joy of the
her
jays on the Ivy-covered wall sounded I I ways fresh and white and she was aJ..1 i
; little curls great Jove which was all her own. :
a'.sweet childish treble. Little Bettie plump thingwith .
w'1 .. \ sprang from her mother's arm and the bitterness of Betties love Again she stood by her'' husband'sside Ours at $2.50 and {

ran.out in answer to the calL Againon persuaded him to believe what he 'on Christmas .eve, three little $3.50 will turn water .
blew by this selfsame ;
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A Christmas To All the top of the wan perched Dorothy quoted. stockings ,
Merry with that happiness -
chimney and will the feet
but this time her arms held a This was' surely a gigantic bunchof keep dry
long narrow box. mistletoe 'and Bettie.' who had which only parent feel, the little with and warm; will last .
"Bettie, oh Mettle" cried the child stolen away again to be above the stockings were made plump
excitedly, "this Is for you, cause you moonlight gallery, paused beneath It gifts most coveted by their little equal to many costing a

Our Xmas-trade has been beter than our expectation but know Santa Claus can come down i and turned her dimpled chin upwardas ones. dollar more; will :give: ,
beautiful Christmas
our chimney the easiest 'cause It's she gazed upon the mistletoe i Then when the satisfaction.
bough whose berries gleamed like morning dawned, how they had perfect Buya
the biggest"By
lot of If have
still have Xmas articles left. over
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we you at the hurried scramble of for Christmas.
r this time the box lid was off. pearls in the white light., laughed pair

looked some item to complete jour Christmas feast phone\ and Bettie rapturously looked upon "Now or never" murmered Bettie's I the three white nightgownedcherubs Every kind for every- ;
her doll a beautiful creature which "best beloved as with a few quick how they had reveled In the

,us early and we will> see,that it is promptly supplied. We, could 'open I and shut its eyes and I strides he stood beside her and sUpping happiness of their little ones. body.'r::! ,!
which when you squeezed It, would I an arm about the slender waist With the inconsistency of dreams "J i

also want to wish you all a Merry Xmas and a Happy: talk; In fact the very counterpart of j kissed the dimple. in... her chin. Ehe was a,little girl again.and bolding j z
a big rag baby'close to her heart.
Dorothy's own French dolL -jr '
New Year, and to thank you for past patronage. Verily, Santa Claus had, not forgotten I, How many, many years bad passed she was hurrying to answer the call ; !
... Bettie. I since that Christmas night, when the of Dorothy, pretty little aristocratic
it ... 5 ,I heart beat young and the pulses Dorothy; whose legs seemed half i J
"From babyhood to maidenhood-: leaped with the joy of youth-the buried in the green ivy on the wall of Riera Shoe Co. :

: THE EAST 'HILL:. GROCERY CO. : not such a very lone way after all-i very joy of Bring-Bettie could the garden, just u they had been lCor : "

I ', 4 and 'again it was Christmas-Christmas scarcely count them all. I'I that day when Santa Claos had cot Palafox and Romana Stj *,' 'i ,'-
night The big white house on I The yule log tn the big open fire forgotten her.
M F. BOWES, Mgr. Phones: m &e green hill gleamed In the'moon- .place,sparkled and burned but Bettie The yule log crackled and fell i .


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I: the ,young couple left for their homen'hicia :
Y : the groom had already
J. prepared. followed by the congratulations .
; of a 'host,of Menda who
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the popularity of tha young couple. AT Ready-to-Wear Store :
1 :Mr. and lira, Stewart,are at homer
to their friend. on North,E. Street. '
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' Wednesday night. The program will 1 NOTE THESE
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Clans will take part. Everyone Is
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i: entertained The Friday by Afternoon Mrs. ,Charlie Euchre Rupert was I, 2 \ BONASaturday FIDE
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J at fpr! I'C'ne on East Wright street : .
z Mre. (;eo. Hoffman won,the.ace pril3,- B
i If )!r!. Vince Faurla the second and lone \ Morning 1 and Continues '
a 1 haacj prize. and Mrs. Willie Walker' L.--.i .
, th'" hob)". The next meeting will be
;>: with, Mrs! Willie Walker.PERSONALJV1ENTION..


l i. and Monday 22E24.'REDUCTIOc4S

;; Mr Emmett Wilson has returned
E; from DeFuniak Springs, where he
j fpent several days last week.

f' Miss Lizzie Golson and Mr. F. M. $20 Furs Reduced to SIO.OO S8 B Furs Reduced to 84.00
;! Goeon! of Marlanaa, who have been THIS IS A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY
i; visiting[ their sister Mrs. W. O Keeling I

tL,. Mr, returned,-_ Chris home Ecclea last who Friday.has been TO BUY YOUR FURS AND.. NO $12 Furs Reduced to 6.00 $6 Furs Reduced to 83 00

t: very low with typhoid fever is improvii .
!: *. Her little daughter who has '
.I r also !been very ill Is convalescentMiss WOMAN SHOULD MISS IT ,

:j Hortense-and Miss Lucy Tailor-Made Suits Coats Cravenettes and Millinery Reduced in the

j Thornton, of Birmingham, are In the ,
I city, tlyfe: guests of 1I1S5Iadge Mats

r the! week. Same THIS SALE POSITIVELY FOR TWO
J'j r.A: Proportion.
,;, E. O. B. Wilson and son AlonZD. .
r! left last night for Falrhope Ala. '

R where with relatives they ,will and spend friends the holidays ; YJ DAYS ONLY, therefore do not ,miss it.The .

:Miss Lizzie Fisher has returned .
from Athens where she attend cot -
lege, to spend the holidays with her
mother, Mrs Wm. Fisher. .

Mr and Mrs. L. A. Nicholson, from Store
-'f"It] :Macon, Miss., will spend the Christ-I' Retjady-topWear :
! mas holidays with Mr. and ai0.5tj) J Jtbat
r l: N. icholoson, at their residence on ,
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arrived

S; arrived Christmas.. today/holidars and with will_ Mr.. spend and Mrs the Christmas they is -student holidays of Mr.technology RaymondZeek at PRINCETON WILL ; DISTINGUISHED I N I SILL CHEAPER
l Max J. Bear. JUST RECEIVEDThe
t I Iloboken, >.. J., while, his brother, Mr BE IN I FIRST RA\K( -
:; 101Iozart Lischkoff.: who is studyIng Franklin Zeek' is a senior at TulaneUnhersrty ,
in the medical department of Tn- at New Orleans. Largest Line of

I| lane daj:' to University spend the is expected holidays home with,his to-1 Hiss Flyod 'Stewart- orBagdadwho Speclai t& The Journal. VISITORS: TOCAPITn" 'ITHAN'OLD N RAGSArtificial
has _had visit with .
a i parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. Lischkoff, 28 a very pleasant New Haven, Dec. 22 According to
Miss Lillian Keeling, has returned to XMAS CANDIESever
}i West Wright street John Kennedy, coach of the Yale
,,;, I her home. I crew, Princeton will be abreast of -
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Mr Robt J. Diaz, son of Dr. Diaz,
9 i has arrived from Dayton. Ohio, where :Mr. N. T. Gathleny, of Bernice, La., Yale and Harvard on the water in Product Made from
he is attending school at St Mary's has surprised his mother and !sister, three years. He said: "I coached
J Institute and will spend the holidays residing at Warnngtott, and whom he Princeton crews In 1881 and 1882 and Cotton and Certain before offered for sale in this city.Whitman's .
! with his parents here. I II has not seen for sixteen years, by have maintained ever since that she I
t I paying them a Christmas visit Mr. will succeed and become a powerful I
1 I Mr and Mrs Rufus Manley, of Gathleny was sixteen years old, factor in collegiate rowing. The new WoodProduct.i i
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Biloxi will arrive in Pensacola today when his parents moved to Fort Carnegie lake affords facilities for Special : to I
j -and will spend the holidays with Pickens, where his father was ord- the work which are not to be equalledin Pure Candiesare
Mrs. Manley's,father, Mr. F. C. Brent nance sergeant twelve years ago be- America. There Is a long stretch Visit' of Hon. H. L. Anderson -' Special to The Journal .
ing placed on the 'retired list He of comparatively still water-Ideal I \ London, Dec., 22.-According-to' an
i' Rev. F. A. Rogers, of the Gadsden lived at Warrington up to the time conditions for a successful navy: In ,,Who_ is After American now in London the' silk- endorsed :by the Pure Food Law. They come in
,I Street Methodist church, has returned of his death which occurred five time Princeton would be a hard college .
from a visit to Alabama years ago. Mr. Gathleny will remaintill to beat on the water, and I think the' Railroads.. worm business has, for-by been beaten a new invention at his own It %,1,2, 3, 4, and 5-pound boxes_ and also in fancy
where, he visited his parents. The after new years when he will re she should work herself up to the : Is;claimed,that artificial silk can be baskets. Give us an order now for Xmas. If you
usual services will be held to-day at turn to Bernice and resume his dutiesas first rank,within three years."
Jhe Gadsden Street Methodist church.. postmaster." made cheaper tifan,-<.rags. r'" buy anything from us that,you want sent,out of town,
Artificial silk soft and glossy
.:The many friends of Mr Franklin It is in the flavor. Try Blue Ribbon GIVIr STACY'S FORKDIPD CHOCOLATES By Miss, Dec.Jefferson 22.Among Eell. the that it will deceive o:BO even experts when we will pack'it free of charge.Don't .-
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Zeev and Mr. Raymond Zeek the Vanilla. Absolutely''pure. twiceas A TRIAL. BEST THAT Tallahassee woven has for some time past been
popular young sons of Mr. and Mrs.. far and the "Blue Ribbon Flavor"is ARE MADE, AT WHITE'S PHAR f distinguished visitors to the capital made from viscose which is obtained fail to,see our assortment_ of holiday
C F. Zeek, will. hear with pleasure perfection. Ask for the 25c size. MACY. 3t: during the week were Senator John from cotton Sand"'certain kinds of fumes, imported::and domestic. *' ,. ,.'*.a, per-I
1!Neel of Westville Senator C.' L. Leg- wood pulp. It has now been found
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-herr 11!gett, of Madison, Hon. J. M. Barrs, possible, It' Is claimed, by a special "!" r -
process to get cellulose (an earlier Phone 453.
W. S. Jennings, :
former Governor stageof the same substance) from the ;: '; ; r
, Hon. W. J. Bryan and Judge Samuel cotton seed husks, formerly thrown \ 4 i j.
Shaylor. of ,Jacksonville, Hon. IL L.' away or given. to the cattle for food '
Anderson, of Ocala, and Senator_Fred The new process has been patented The Crystal Pharmacy
and Mr. Strong 6f the Cotton Oil ,
P. Cone, of Lake City. and Fibre Company of Norfolk Va.
several Brent .
)' t7i Governor Jennings spent who is now In London, told a reporterof Building.TRUNK
days here waiting the return of the the possibilities of the discovery.
and comptroller from Jack "Commercially this new method of
governor
. iizi sonville. As general counsel for ,the getting cellulose is of the utmost' importance -
," he said. "Cellulose Is the
Internal
trustees of the ImprovementFund foundation not only for'artificial silk J
[ he is frequently called to the but of gun cotton, smokeless powder{i
capital. At the Leon Mr. Jennings celluloid and vulcanised fibre so it '
was asked what had.become of his has been of the greatest- moment to'
libel suit against Alfred St Clair- discover the cheapest and the best I
Abrams and Cartoonist Taylor, and way of obtaining it 1
he replied -There were so many "For twenty 'years experiments
cases ahead that it has been delayed, have been in progress and at last It Fear
I lirl'ta but I hope soon to have It called for has been possible to' separate the
trial., cotton seed mechanically from the
Special Interest attached to Mr. 'fus or the outer husk. This part.
Anderson's visit to Tallahassee on account -was formerly so much.waste and was
of the fact that he has been _thrown: away. I
employed as attorney by the Plan "Now by our process the substance H
Are You Ready for Finale? and Scope Committee, which' grew Is' placed in a conical shaped receptacle :- .
out of the meeting1 of the boards of and under pressure Is forced
: 1 trade at Ocala recently. This com- through a multitude of holes Into a
mittee has undertaken the task of preparation of chemicals. The
finding some legal remedy for the like threads are,thus formed and halr-I
freight congestion along the Atlantic wound like silk on glass: reels.
Notwithstanding the tremendous sales of Coast Line particularly and common "The resulting,artificial silk .
carriers in general In Florida. are stronger than hairs and have the
He was in consultation with Attor appearance and property of real.silk.",

the last few weeks have and ney-General Ellis who went to Ocala
:' we enough Thursday to meet with the com 'k---
mittee. Mr. Ellis expressed himselfas 'SANTOS
heartily In accord with the move: '
more to supply the demands Xmas Eve. ment Inaugurated'at Ocala and If the 1 COFFEE. %. ;
committee will furnish evidence to' I
BLEND
substantiate its complaints against JAVA J
the offending railroads, he will institute 1 A
COFFEE. ?
F Some new articles that have just arrived. mandamus proceedings to com:
pel them to perform their duties as ; FOR SALE -
Yes, Sir what kind
will
; you have-Metal. Canvas or Leather?
common carriers. 1 BY ALL 'We have all styles and all sizesAll
The selection of Mr. Anderson by ,
I the.new! Improvements In lock and trimmings-most any price
divests :
the-committee as Its attorney .GROCERS.I .
$6.00 to f 2<>00.
I the matter of any political aspect as, J .
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he has heretofore been allied with FRESH --

the railroads-having built and,opera ROASTED ,A BAG ?
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ted, for a short period, the' Silver p .
Extra wagons and Springs and Western Railway, a six-'! ,DELIVERED 4 Yes, Sir:.-splendid assortment-=most any size-Canvas or Leather .
mile road between Ocala and Silver -several shapes;. some..moderate In, price and some elegant affairs.
Springs. He is one of the ablest and :TWICE: --l I ,All prices;|UO; 1800.: :

uA most resourceful lawyers in the state Ye,'we have Suit Cases In all styles, also: $1.25 to $20. Telescoped
drivers'enable us d : and will be of very material assist 6 .A- WEEK-. : .Tes!; :Bag and Trunk Stiapsetc.iflne: line of course.
ance should legal proceedings be I BY THE I So you did-'t know we had the finest stock of Trunks and Bags
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brought against the railroads. 10 t?** tWell. we"have and the'very best:makes, too. Come In and
deliver I ''PENSACOLATEA ,well show ycro.BOSTON. -
4 4 ova vd to all purchases ,, I GIVE FOR IPD CHOC- I
t OLATES A TRIAL.. BEST THAT i STORE.

i' .promptly. MACY.ARE MADE, AT WHITE'S -PHAR-3t1 i TRY OUROYAMA SHOE STORE


: .EXTRA.PINE XMAS DINNER AT: TEA. ,FASHIONABLE FOOT FITTERS I

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: ; t ot 'patentedptoceSses for building.J. 'f
I Jt roads or streets.,As to wooden blocks < "
they would have to be treated',with -- .
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iOme, composition ,that J have never t1 J
[ : 5en or heard of before I would believe J *

they had any. ,I value would whatever .._-,.. ., .. 1 L; .;
aving purposes. regard a r '
Pensacola ,I.
Investment COI jrooden block pavement as a foolis -Ey .
i experiment if the material was furnished i ,' ._ ;.
and the paving done for notltag. '
I have seen hundreds of miles ; :, t
No. 1 North Palafox Street. >f it, and never saw'a. piece that was I' ... # Y _.
\. not absolutely worthless unsanitary; .'I
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and often dapgerous. i : :
But why experiment Would It-; .'

Wm. H. Knowles President,' ', ,..)hn E. Stillman, R. 8.Simpson, not be some,better one at who the beginning knows and to employ put- Q 4 t.z.:.I-.. :
Vici-PresL & GIll I .
Manager. Swetig.! the responsibility up to him to select 1 -;)
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,. *iowles Hyer, A. H. D'AIsmberti the material and do the work; for:.! 1 1 ; : ,,
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Tmtmu the best material would prove a failure j 1.
CRj Mautir. unless properly laid. j
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j In 1902 Capt. R. H. Matson, rep- : I "
: resenting the Fifth Commissioners -:11 "
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J District from Citrus county in which. Q .; i
: :.s situated the town of Iverness entered .:'t: ;
How About an investment Suburban Property? into a contract with me to sclect ,
the material and do certain pav ?jt.1{
lug through the town of Iverness :
The paving ranged in width from 40(
feet in the town to 12 feet in th<-

i We Own 2300 Lots in East Pensacola.i country.OferI years It has, never now had been a pennjepent down "rt'

in repairs and is commended j \ t'1'
by commercial travelers and others
i .xxx as the best piece of paving in the I : 0 : : ; it
state. Their judgment must been I .- Uj
ed in part as the enclosed contract i I
This addition Pensacola has sill show. I have been here thIs'I"I : ;.i-.i'i "
one-half
to and
over one time just two months today, and ; 'i l ;''I

miles of water front on Pensacola Bay and Bayou Texan, It is have work made above an referred excellent to. start' on the t ro iI 'J .11 j ',
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Mail to Pensacola off
', the coming residence section of the best people. last Adverting February to 1 my was surprised that .....' ,,,

the little unincorporatea, village of H
Iverness, with an estimated popula- 1 -. ,' ,," -. .tt-J: Ii I
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tion of 800 should have more and '
: Also, We are, owners of f over 1,000 acres west of the better paved streets' than the beauti- ,
city of the Southwith
ful deep l water
i : city between Big Bayou and Little Bayou. \ a population of :5,000 or more. 0
1 a.m'glad to know that you and I
citizens of Pensacola '
f, other prominent
in this most
arc taking an interest
Also several hundred acres north of the city between important' subject?, and if 1 can aid
commandme. AMERRYGHRISTMASTOAU
you by adding my mite,

I. Pensacola and Goulding. We control the West Pensacola beg. to Wishing remain.; you much success I I 1


!J Land Company, (Pettersen addition) and the South Pensa- Yours ALLAN very truly RODGERS I 't.

Road :
''g\ cola Land Company. Cxpert.Copy We extend to yoji our greetings. Your Xmas will not be complete with- .l

t contract to ofkContract'The which Mr. Rodgergrefers out some of the choice brands"from our, ,stock. "The cup that cheers does not \h,;

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is as follows: .inebriate." Here are some prices: j
Money invested now in lots in East Pensacola or in ,the This contract made and entered .
into this 'the 20th-( day of October;
West Pensacola Land Company addition or in A. D., .Sv'", by and between J. F, Ped-; Yalu Valley Rye, $2.75 .
acreage rick, 'u- T. Bowman J. Y, garner, FOUR
riojd J. Rooks and R. H. )Matson: I .. St. Clair Rye $2.75 <:
suburban will ,
r property, give you handsome profits in the constituting; the Board of County I I
Commissioners of',Citrus county, Florida BrookfieldRye $3.00 : 1.1
I near future. of the first part. and Allan Rodgers -<" FULL Delivered ,

Witnesseth of the second, That part.the said first'! 10 Year Old Rye, $3.20 ,:
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.JJ parties have this par hired the said I QUARTS Monogram No. II $4.00 )
party cf the secqdd part for a term I :
of six months film the 1st day of'' CASH WITH ORDER'

\ Walk, in and Talk ft t Over With Us. :November construction A. D.,J90S Tf_a, to hard superintendthe suraccdroad \ The brands mentioned are of our own bottling and is guaranteed by us to ,

$. running wp-a: from Ivemecs to be in accordance with the PURE FOOD LAW now governing such articles.
Riveria' laid eo\atf: as laid
Crystal
out in the report of John Y. Barnes We par EXPRESS CHARGES ,ON ALL CASH ORDERS. Jt will pay you t

.. and E.T.Bowman.to the said board to send us your orders, for you'will get' exactly what you order. Any of our
I jated on the 10th day of October "
]1906. which said\report is now en file customers. will tell you that.
In the office of the 'clerk of the dr.cult Send a trial, order for
court of Cttrus county, Florida, i

I Pensacola' Investment$ Co.I I And made party to of and which the agrees second report to reference part)>ay to the the is sum here said of .A... Dd.: SELECTED STOCK Rye WhiskeyA

live dollars for each working day for
said period of six' months. piece of goods that we are putting on the market'and is guaranteed to' be ,

No. 1 N. Palafox St., Under Methodist Church. I I ipart And'agrees the said that part he will of superintend the second I 12 years old. FOUR FULL QUARTS, EXPRESS PAID, $5.00.

he construction of said road and*ill : .
use his best efforts in behalf of the ,
I first parties in building the said road

l1t i vossible.as little cost to the county as'" ALFREDM000 I

.. ... It is understood that the said partyof
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EXPERT! ROAD BUILDER SAYS of the United States and Canada. thata power the to second employ part teams shall and have labor ando the BOX 428. PENSACOLA, FLA.

rule in road building applicable to purchase tools necessary to be ,
of those sections might be absolutely "
any
I i used in the construction of said road.
worthless in Florida. I have
but all of his acts in this respect
VITRIFIED IS BEST been in Pensacola a number of times, (
BRICK of
'I shall he subject to the approval
'and last February 'went over the the first parties.If : whereof all of ,the par- fair,.a splendid variety of hay made
streets; of Pensacola with the then In Fitness STEVE EEKER{
velvet
and
street superintendent Mr. Long. the sad| firstparties should contract ties hereto have signed the same, the from crab grass, pea vine
I the building of any of said road and. aforesaid. In open meeting bean while it took the prize for the U
I day year
week here last February, and as he Prom my experience gained by a
Alfalfa.
exhibit of made from
Allan Rodgers Claims It Is says in substance: Material that can number of years In road building and either by the mile or by the day or and, to duplicate.: This best .latter most hay important product of 38 S. Palafox St.
I be the Chrm. (Seal) '
it will
as they may choose ? i R. H. MATSON
be used in the north to build streets street work in Florida. I do not hesitate : t
the soil to flourish most astonishingly
PEDRICK, (Seal) seems Next to Kress.) .J f
duty of the second party to examine J JOn:':. F. (
the Only Paving Adapted here different conditions prevail toan15wer your question as to of Wai (
within borders
the
work is contracted ana ', BOWMAN= (Seal)
the best material! for my such as N 1. .
cannot be used to for I paving .
advantage here your six being the
tot county. a year
crops
that the same is done in a workmanlike Y. BARNES.. (Seal)
see 'J
to the Conditionsof we have difficulties to contend with city by saying that vitrified brick > to the I Board ot County regular thing. It Js easy to judge of FIREWORKS
of, which they know nothing. I by all means is best adapted to the manner according contract Constituting the Citrus Co., Fla.ALLAN the great value of this crop, which is rr
I would ask you to Kindly publish natural conditions as they exist in plans and specifications or Commissioners to
This City.NO I Seal) i easy to tend, easy to cut and easy
between the first parties and any RODGERS ( Fine Fruits Confections
this letter of Mr. Rodgers as I believe jour city. First, because they would cure. It is one of the bestr foods on ,
""1 ] it will be read with interest need no foundation other than that:! I uch contractor and to report to the I Attest: ]r I[earth for "cattle upon a thousand
and furnished by nature itself. first parties any failure of such contractor WALTER, F., :WARNOCK, In this Cigars. :
: profit by our people. sec.ond.1 S i hills and its luxuriant growth fEscambia
FOUNDATION OTHER THAN Truly I the bricks can be easily and to comply'with the plans and j Secretary. I'state is a fair promise that the cattle

THAT FURNISHED BY "NATURE, J., C. PEBLEY. removed and replaced for underground I specifications. or contract for.his will soon come in large droves to feed Oysters.Always t
Mr. Rodgers's Letter. improvement, and third be- wor I i upon it and to fatten. One's mind'seye
IS NECESSARY IT CAN BE ,The letter of Mr Rodgers to which I.cause from a sanitary standpoint they i iI' The first parties will do all necessary WALTON COUNTY i can behold. and gustatory organs en Hand., ,l.
Mr. Pebtey refers is as follows: I''would be. In my judgment. the best things to procure the right of I I'almost taste the princely roasts of Goods Delivered to All Parts of City.New '
EASILY REMOVED AND RE- Ivwnesa, Fla.:, Dec. 17, 1906. of ail II way for said road which it is understood FAIRHIGH Folrida's future fat and tender beef. ,
Mr. 'J. C. Pebley I The first pavement of this type laid I II shall be 20 feet wide and also AT ,STATE But Walton made a most conspicuous Date und Fresh Nuts Jutt .
PLACED AND IS STRICTLY SAN Pensacola Fla. I in the city of Jacksonville was laid they will arrange with the owners of t exhibit of many important Received. ., tPHONE 1
ITARY. My Dear Sir:' .on a concrete foundation. The pavement the various deposits of material 1oGated I[ COMPLIMENT TO FINE products besides hay. Its resources 1231.SCARRITT
I have your letter of tieloth, inst., is no better if as good as that along the proposed road for the ; PAID seemed indeed, without limit, and f'
which was forwarded to this place ':laid upon the natural sandy soil it using of same on the road bed which I Iit DISPLAY BY A TAMPA NEWS- gave assurances of the wealth and contentment MORENO. IBf'
Editor Penaacola Journal: from Jacksonville' where I am now 'I self. A fonndation-of any kind for t is understood shall be 14 feet wide of its inhabitants. There SAFES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.Agent IB-
Upon jour invitation to the publicto engaged in building a road 21 miles I vitrified bnci In your city would, in with a drain of 5.feet wide on either I PAPER.A I was a fine display of naval stores fee Dleboid Safe and Lock Co.. j t
express their views upon paving in length. from Iverness to Crystal 'my judgment, be as it was found In side, the material to put on 12 inches 'of the many minerals In which the Canton. Ohio. St.
of the streets of the city a few days River. A great deal of this 21 miles Jacksonville a waste of time money thick in the center and slope to" recent issue of the Tampa Tri country abounds and of an 'excellent Office and Salesroom E. Gov.
since: 1 wrote Mr. Allan Rodgers of lays over a sandy surface very similar -I and energy. On the other hand a iinchea thick on either side to the bune contained the following: quality of fire brick, a most useful
Jacksonville' Fla.. for his views on to the ,streets of Pensacola.I street paved with macadam' shell or (I drain. This section is not to applYto It is becoming apparent to the most commodity and"valuable for commercial Florida and'' Alabama 'I
the subject of material quality etc. have gone very carefully over the gravel on the natural sand In Pensa any work contracted by said second doubting that Florida, amid a world purposes. The exhibit of grain
Mi, ROdgers is & professional and expert clipping enclosed, but can see nothing cola would not be permanent or last party. of other industries is well adapted to and vegetables was a most extensive LAND COMPANY
road and street builder and his in it' that would materially aid ing but ,would require a foundation The second party will make monthly the raising of fine cattle and livestock and noteworthy one. Among the former
views are entitled to more,than pass- Pensacola in its street building problem material for either of the above reports to the first parties on the and here in her confines is some of may be menttoned corn, oats and Manufacturers of ,
month and will all the world for rice while the county claims the distinction -
Ing consideration' The natural conditions existingin named materials.It first Monday of each the best Jand In
communities bills for labor done and growing the food to nourish them. The of growing the best wheat In and Dealer in
H" is perfectly familiar with our Florida are so vastly different to Is my opinion that: also submit LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHINULES -
!-and\' streets having spent about a those existing in the northern .part can not be too careful In'taking hold material furnished. county of Walton showed at the state was Florida.particularly Among the struck vegetables with okra one AND KILN.DRIED SAP.

the height \
plants reaching enormous
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of fifteen feet but these were on exI -I
IT V VY V V"V V V V W V V"V W "V V V Y Y"V Y Y V V V TrTT Tf V V V Y Y If YXYYYTYYYYYKWITYY YY"V V"V V V Y I hibition of almost every known va- J
I riety. There were splendid specimensof i
'oJ \AXAXAJvJUUUUUULAJUUUUUUUUUUUUUSNOWDRIFT. \ sugar cane and cane syruo. of gold-' A ModernLaundry ,-
enhoney set off by the fruit of the I
Made under famed locust tree, and the booth decoration
consisting of n mass of won I 1
Hunless : derful wild and cultivated plants and Plant

United States graceful and grasses attractiveness.To was a. marvel ofbeauty j .

Commissioner 0. W. Henderson;I I* at the service.of Pensacolaand
GoveromenijnspeeIIaj belongs the chief honor of this most I surrounding territory
successful! display of his county's resources Thoroughly equipped with all
Lard and that county, and Indeed that's new and modern in machinery
the whole state owe him a dbt of and manntd by experienced
gratitude for the K>* T>table addition help. "We will be pleased -
he made'to the exhibition of Florf a'.I to have your work. We wish

resources. you a Merry Christmas. 1 t ,

TENN. BUTTER. NICE AND J| The Star Steam .. i


: .Tho Recognized SootberifStandard:: ot Superlative QU lity "and Guaranteed Puritj t t r POUND.FRESH.' GIVE STACY'S THIS NEW CITY WEEK FORKDIPD GROCERY 30c CHOCOLATES PER CO.- 37 E. Garden Laundry St. Phone 114/ ?I .

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Come in and see what he has i THOS. W. BREXT, Asst. Cashier. W. ROBERTS.. "A st., Cashier.

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rl E LR Y n 'he a cer ._ !w Vessels Disbursed upon the most favorable terms, and their obligations ,
wh her nYOu b v 1,11, t1 i .'taken payable at Port of Destination Ten
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t." -;: : Come in and see the finest line of Ready- War:

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Direct imported and domestic Cigars, fine Meer- and, aDPY New Year
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:; M Le s ism NUNNALLY S CHRISTMAS CANDIES, ;t 1' The ReadY.To-Wear
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v We wish you a Merry Xmasand Pri ce is I on .RT Y MIL LS. ;,,i S st?fi unblemished record, Get particular rqu


t Happy New Year. alit y es g for gotten .. DAVID, EDREHI, KRIS LERY
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