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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 26, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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VOL. IX NO. 304. PENSACOLA. FLOF, IDA.: ,WEDNESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER:26, '1906.. PRICE ;;;

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PITCHED BATTLE C CASUALTIES IN A FOOTBALL GAME
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York.In [ Three Killed and Four Prob- A 'Young Woman and a Fred Blount Suffered Painful lEG I Fireworks. Display I ,

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Chicago Charitable Work ably Fatally Wounded Child Accidentally Kill- Injury. ,in Game' Yester- I Much Larger : -


and: Giving. Was Everywhere ( t In Kentucky.By ed in Atlanta,. Ga. day#:&A1.Afternoon." A : Heretofore. '

Apparent. COlORED TROOPSFourteen TERMINAL

Associated Press. Florida Special of Southern In making- tackle in the open field SERVICES IN THff : '

Owensboro Ky., Dec. % .-Three i Fred. Blount, captain of the Pensacola
TEN THOUSAND PRINTERS, OUTON men were killed and four probably Railway Wrecked Near I eleven had his leg broken yester- CHURCHES OF THE .<.. :

STRIKE, BENEFITTED BY Soldiers.Under Ar- fatally wounded In battle last night day afternoon the game at Palmetto TRAIN WELL ATTENDED- +.
Jacksonville. Beach between the Pensacola and
between the guards of the West Ken- ALL NATIONS '
TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION SIMPLICITY Athletic teams. The accident occurred

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rest at Leavenworth. .. tucky Coal Company at' Sturgis and I near the end of the second half ; THROUGHOUT THE .
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MARKED CHRISTMASDAY I striking miners. PHILADELPHIA MAN, DROPPED of the game, there being only about ,tea
Officers Are Investi- The dead are: C. J, Dougherty a I seven minutes, of the last half WERE WELL CARED j

AT THE WHITE HOUSE-I guard; Bill Malloy a miner. and l Will DEAD WHILE 'GIVING'- WIFE A';' left to play The 'injuries of the Jim Robinson, Colored, Was .- ,,

BIG DONATION TO MARQUETTE gating.By Gray minor. The wounded: L. L young man are,very painful, the'bone .. :
PRESfeNT .
CHRISTMAS -JACKSONVILLE Found
: having been snapped between the Lying Alongsideof Christmas of 1906 '
COLLEGE.By. Moore will die: Sam Barneby, a miner knee and hip. :
PEACEMAKER but few accidents or :f-; fit
KILLED ,
dying; Will Loch a miner and Henry I A good-sized crowd ''had gatheredat Track Near i -
Associated Press. the ordinary. The ,_ : -
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Delaney. a miner. PRIEST DIED WHILE DONNING the beach to witness the game be- 1 .-- .
Leavenworth, Dec. .-Fourteen I tween the twoteams, which was the the cannon cracker during = .
Associated Press. Perdido.Jim .)
The battle occurred in bturgis a -
NFa ork. Dec. 25,-The SalvationArm soldiers a majority members of ,the'I VESTMENTS-CINCINNATI TRACKS -last of the season and when the accident .1 the bright illumination of .r
Ninth mile from the mine, Members of occurred the score was 6 to 0 i
\ ouded; food for thirty thousand cavalry (colored) were arrested candl* and sky rocket ?( :
today in 'connection with a riot: the miners union have been on strike EDY. in favor of the Pen&acolas.. The con- and tne hilarious shouts t<-
people today giving away five for the past year and meanwhile the test had been exciting from the commencement Robinson, colored formerly attacked
thousand baskets and on a street car last night when shots' and when the ,..-as' makers are passed into I J 1
one thousand company has been working nonunionmen s' nearing to the navy, found about
i,,:.' r containing a fowl and sub- ,were fired and passengers injured by under guard. By Associated Press. close the ball was passed to young midnight lying alongside of the"track the day. Some :
..- falling glass. Atlanta Ga., Dec. 25.-Having exhausted Blount to tackle the line of the op- ,bounds of decorum in ;
'nail five
; :or persons. Petterson station with
The town was in a panic for an near ona leg
the blank cartridges withwhich !posing team. In doing o the bone in tion, but the great n ,
Captain Walsh, of the Ninth cavalry,
s\:: thousand homeless of the east hour. The single oiucer was power- the left leg was snapped by contact so ,badly mangled Chat anputation ed 'themselves with +
: were fed by Timothy Snlhvan.Pi is investigating the cause of the leas but the sheriff of Union county Miss Lyman R. Freeman and with other players or fall to the necessary. The man was found' by ,
her uncle E. S. Larrimore using one of innocent joy and r'
: :t t. and private charities gave food trouble which is believed ,to be similar and ,deputies have arrived ,and quiet were ground. i ii the motorman if the electric?car which

and '' thing to other thousands.For to that which resulted. in the discharge been restored. to' celebrate the day, ball ear-1 I i As soon as 'it was discovered that left the city at 12 o'clocs, and he was Fireworks
nas I tridges were secured and the girl was,the injury was of a serious nature the I ,It was 'a fact
I of three companies of negro ,brought to the city for treatmentAt
I was declared off, and cars then
dying game
this afternoon.
accidentally shot ; some extent that the
Poor In Chicago. infantry. i I being at the beach waiting the young I I the, police station, where the : I

isd giving everywhere was apparent troops lest the affair should assume THE CARNIVAL I from burns received while playing placed In an ambulance and Pierpont, the man stated that he been witnessed here in i

today Ten thousand poor families the aspect of the other case. around a Christmas tree ,last night., 1 i'I taken I to the home of his parents Hon. boarded the dummy leaving the navy While the deafening'noise 1 i I
and Mrs. \V. A. Blount where he received '
cracker heard
sere fed by charitable organizations; Washington is investigating. medical I I yard after 10 o'clock, intending to non was
Special Wrecked. I II attention. -
Florida
previous
each church succored its poor and allnmatl's The attending physician stated last come np and visit his mother and relatives tent the night ,
Jacksonville Dec 25.-The South
: of city and county institutes UlRECTTRS T TI TO 'night that the ,young man was resting riving in the western portion be compared with
!! were remembered. ern railway "Florida,Special" from;t as easy as could be expected of the city. At Petterson station heattempted night. From early dawn
Washington was wrecked five miles,, the t r
II is estimated that business firmspresE'nted A D DESTRUCTIIE U under the circumstances. ': to jump from the train night the fire ,
north of here at five o'clock this i I The accident was very much re- candles and sky rockets
their employees with more the of before it had stopped and fell underneath -
towerman, who unaccountably gretted, especially by players
morning by a with the people *
young
than halter million dollars in cash. the two teams. It occurred in tack- the wheels passing over the '
from here ten thousand dollars was MEET turned a derailing switcn.I ling in the open field and not in any j left leg below the knee and so badly standing'the fact that '!

distributed to four thousand printers, FIRE1 THIS I S I ,The dead; John Holmes, colored, scrimmage, where accidents in foot I mangling that member that it was amputated young people. and in :: 't t t
fireman. ball games usually occur. the I older ones>, enjoyed
::11 addition to the weekly benefits, by above the knee. :
The injured: Engineer:' XJrquhart, 1 I, I in this, manner the -
beside the .
he International Typographical Union Robinson remained lying
I the Session to Be Held aO'Clock Six I,:Savannah, scalded. track until the down car arrived and dents from this source
: support strike for the eight hour
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MORNING Ir G This Evening at !i|l :None of the passengers were hUrt:. SESSION OF car, to make an investigation. It was I i I Church Services.The 7't .-r'" '

; As soon as the engine hit the derail- The"fiad hednr services at [: -.1
At The White House. then discovered that run
Chamber Commerce.The I i ink switch turned turtle and the express city. l churches of the city were, ; '; .
Washington Dec 25.At the White I 4 over and he was brought to the I '
thrown from the track ed, and in some
car was
!bl56 the conductor of the dummy however -,! 'Iti
customary slmpucity, marked The
Blaze, Which Originated In I The balance of the train was intact. CITY COUNCil gregations gathered to "i oti'
the Christmas festivities. Early I Iis directors of the Pensaeola I stated after he had been apprised masses were said at both ,\1'n :
: the finding of the man that he ,
morning the family including hold'a I of the *
Vacant Building Destroyed -- Carnival Association are to Died Suddenly. and St Joseph's Ii'by
I Roresentative; ana Mrs. Longworth this at 6 o'clock in Philadelphia Dec. 25. was not a passenger on the train. 1-
meeting evening I I -Handing his other masses during
a.ambled and distributed gifts. A Two Houses.A the rooms of the Chamber of Commerce I wife a present' to-day,with the words: I'I and at Christ church and -li .

::rg!' tree was a conspicuous feature. :on DeLuna street and it'is,: expected I "I wish you a ,Merry Christmas my TON1SHTMany i rine's church special ;:"

Tie family dinner was served at eight that there will be a good' attendance dear and"Thomas Carlin fell dead conducted and largely -:..-

clock tonight During the day the destructive fire, which for a hort for there is much important I''of heart disease. TUG OSCEOlA the East Hill W r ;Eat
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?r sident transacted considerable bus- time threatened a number of resi- business to come up for discussion. I;I 1 special services were held.Flags r-r, :i
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President and Mrs. Roosevelt will I occurred this morning. theN alarm'being -!I the annual Mardi Gras celebrationand 'I I Jacksonville, Dec. 2.-John M. I Flags of all nations

!' Thursday' morning for "Pinei tIn sounded about< one o'clock.Tho-result -' now that Christmas has passed Benjamin was shot and killed todayby Are to Be Considered at I IN SPANISH I I ling the day. Ships at "I lI -
," t was the' burning 'of' the two- Charles Church who was drinking
Mrs Roosevelt's Virginia place 1 the directors will settle down to hard I harbor and alongside, of
and! mil remain there until December story residence of .Henry ,Pohlmanand work in an endeavor to, make the heavily. The latter had attempted to the Meeting. were gayly bedecked J '
31. a vacant house adjoining.the latter 1 coming event one of the grandest ever shoot his wife and her screams attracted when ":- ,
To do this it will I I a pretty spectacle
I given in the city. i Benjamin to the scene. As
owned by G. Brosnaham, on meeting of the City the city wharves. The
Christmas Donation. be necessary for the directors to commence I The regular DOCKBig
soon as he appeared ,Church turned
Milwaukee. Dec. 25-The gift of one Government near the corner of Bar -work at once and it is expected Council is to be held to-night, and it a holiday and while "I
hundred. and ten thousand dollars ,for celona street. that the meeting to-night will witness I the weapon on him. is anticipated that the session will be aboard their vessels and -, ,1II

ft.. Marquette College, .by Mr. and The blaze originated in the- vacant the beginning of work which I an important one, as several, mattersof themselves aboard ship, \ -.t i
be broughtup
lIt Robert Johnston and son, Rev. house, which had previously been occupied -| must be accomplished. Of course the I Priest Dropped Dead. interest will pro ably II ed the opportunity to ,

Krr,en Story Johnston was announc- by colored families. It was I the directors past have several not months been idle and during much': Denison Texas Dec. 25.-Rev_T. K. Among for action.the matters which will probably -i Tow Boat is Now Undergoing mingling with the crowds i i1I
ti today. sort of a tenement house, although Crowley, for fifteen years rector of is the franchise I I :
of has already been done. I I be reported upon ing themselves to the : _
space only between one-story the, Pohlman and occupied home and the It is the desire that every director St, Patrick's church, dropped dead which is being asked for by A. A. Repairs at the There was no work of i J JI '

CON'GRtSS' OF THE the residence of P. J. Williams.' How attend the meeting this afternoon. while donning his vestments 4o cele Ericson, A. Eliasburg street and railway others along who I Yard.The }I I tion in the bay everyone
wish to operate a I Navy
the fire originated could not be learned brate mass. He was state chaplainof Garden street, and also the franchise J I holiday and no one :

ALPHA TAU OMEGA last night When it was first discovered STONE & WEBSTERREPRESENTAJIVE the Army of 'the Republic and serv- which has been requested- by the Pen 1:than the sailor man, L '
almost the entire vacant build-
ed as chaplain of a New York regi- sacola Electric Company for privileges Osceola, which' miles from home
ing was aolaze and the strong wind thoroughfare,i big naval tug away
the -
caused the flames to spread to the ment during the Civil War.A the desire along of the latter same company"beingto I was one of the vessels badly oamaged.1 I The Poor of the ,

By Associated Press. residence of Mr. Pohlman. which was make a belt of the southwestern during the September hurricane Is The poor of the city (

r'l-nungham! Dec. 25.-Great num. enveloped in flames ,when the fire department Cincinnati" Tragedy. section of the city by connecting the, noT undergoing repairs and rebuild" day to ':a fullest extent :;,.
I tic' of delegates; and visitors are ar- reached the'scene. F. W. LOOMIS,. OF THE INDUSTRIAL Cincinnati Dec. 23.: -With money Palafox line, and the Barrancas line I- tug at the Pensacola navy yard, and flies who were unable to ,.
"ia! to attend the twentieth bien- Efforts on the part of the firemen saved for his mother's As both companies desire a fran-(when this work is completed the"e,- ,, 1
n.ll' congress of the Alpha Tau Omega were principally confined to check- DEPARTMENT IS IN present Henry chise on the same greet the matter! su will be as strong and staunch as selves with the nece '
f'aternlty which begins tomorrowand Ing the spread of the flames. The Siebel aged,sixteen having heard his was referred at the last meeting of I before the storm. I 1 I Christmas dinner had I
continues for five days. Elabo- residence of Rudolph Pfeiffer adjoin- CITY FOR FEW DAYS.F. father threaten to kill his mother, the council to a joint committee composed : The vessel Is now in the Spanish ter by the charitable

t<.! preparations have oeen made forte ing that of Mr. Pohlman was in dan- bought a pistol and when the, latter of the franchise and ordinanceand ,.dick, where the injury to her hull Is and through the 'j
entertainment of tne visitors, ger of being burned but,through the I attacked his wife with a hatchet today engrossing committees and it is 1H ing repaired by workmen of, the the city,
iKtmg!:, : whom are many prominent I work 'of the department was saved. W. Loomis, of te industrial de- the him expected that a report will be 'received I yard. The Osceola was badly damaged these organizations and ., t
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ten: of the countr. On several occasions the firemen ,were partment of ,the Stone & Webster boy fatally. to-night. by the storm and was recentlyrased joyed Christmas as they

also called to hopes across the treet_ syndicate, of Boston is in the city What the council will do regardingthe after much work; and has been done bad their means ;
Ml t CHANGE t the roofs of which Ignited. for a few days,looking over condi- Two Men Drowned. seat of Alderman DAlemberte,I placed in dock so that the hull can be-i! At the charitable f .
l\l!\ Mr. Pohlman's loss will be heavy tions in Pensacola in connection with Jacksonville Dec. 25.-Arthur Both- who has appealed from the decision permanently repaired. In addition to't .
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as the fire burned so rapidly that but the company's electric lighting and wick and Albert Decker young mar- of the circuit court is also a matterof i the repair work being done on the day was happily spent by .
saved. street railway interestshere.Mr. interest and speculation. t Oceola there several other especially at the Pearl
are
FIREME\'S STRIKE little of his furniture was ried men left Sunday in a small sail some vesseN -
Loomis was seen by: a Journal undergoing repairs and the workmen phan's home where the i -
representative last night and bespoke 'boat to gather Christmas decorations at the yard are kept busy, reived many greatly S.<
f. URGE ROOT TO very enthusiastically of business de;[Not returning a searching party was TROUBLE FEARED ,_ I I presents and goodiesORDERED ,!'
By Associated Press. velopments the south and of the I i formed which today found the overturned !:
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i"" ''d. Texas, Dec. 25.-Pending ABU.SES future of the south in general and of craft but no trace of the IN 'MISSISSIPPI SAN FRANCISCO'S I 10
, *"* 'r' ,1.,Ii 1 of Commissioner of Labor CORRECT Pensacola in particular. bodies.CHRISTMAS. ; :
; tl! ,'mte from Washington under ""The south said Mr. Loomis "is ... '
"w'wions! of Chairman Knapp just beginning its development The CrlrtlSTMAS DAY TtiE :i
of! Ih iiw ate commerce commis- I By Associated Pr.... surface has only been scratched asyet L GIFT By Associated Press. ,
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., friendly i New York, Des i iI its great minera' resources Meridian, Miss.. Dec. 25.:-Governor .
ani .1 "II ment of the be- J Pierpont Morgan -. its and its
difficulty Secretary Root today I agricultural possibilities colonel
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to the

*nV the s thern Pacific Company I Dr.:Lyman'Abbott and other leading attractive climate the south Is des- I! FOR EMPLOYEES Vardaman of the has militia telegraphed here to be readyto By JMoelated Press., WARRANT MACHINIST 1:

t''I Striking firemen there is no citizens urged.him ,on behalf'the 05 I tined to be the richest section of the move at once to Scooba. San Francisco Dec .... -It was no. LEFT YESTERDAY .. ;,.
:::" III' the moral -
:strike situation to-daj. I American people"To use country, and when the Panama canalis By Associated Press. Conductor Robert Harrison of the ordinary Christmas here. Churches
BIG support of the United States government -: opened up. Pensacola as well as all I I Knoxville Dec. 25.-H. K. McHarg, Mobile and Ohio railroad, who was rebuilt since the disaster held:unusual- VESSEL AT ;
FIRE DUE TO to correct the abuses of the of the Gulf ports, is certain to experi- '
'inhumanity who recently sold the Virginia and ambused by a negro at Wahalafc last ly Impressive services and otherwise ___ C: ,!.
CELEBRATIONS I Congo ,Free State, where flagrant ence a very great business development" -I Southwestern to the Southern railway night died today. the day carried much sadness _in

exists.. i today distributed cash ranging thousands of homes.SERIOUS arrant Machinist it
s, Assocttd'Press. '. Mr. Loomis will spend the coming from month's salary to subordinate "
LIU.., Miss.: Dec. 25.-The MRS. LANNON DIEDWARRINGTON AT three days with Manager J. W. Lead- ': employees a to a year's salary to offi- BUREAU WILL ess been stationed at ;;

tncip.u l h :olneeS block and several SATURDAY ley looking lover the company's interests cialsI Fifty thousand dollars going to FIRE AT navy yard for the

uVIns.LID the city were burned last and consultation. regardingthe employees alone.FENCED norths left yesterday ,c, : 1
!; The ''C!>s Is ten thousand dol. Mrs.: Lannon.,wife of Foreman Lan- improvements which are now ASSIST TRADEBy where he will 9'
I.1rlThe origin of the fire Is believed non of the construction departmentof either ,In progress or In- contemplation. PUBLICLAND NEWPORT NEWSBy Havana, :
to >be a Chn tnias eve celebration. the navy yard died at her home at duty on the cruiser 'i;
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Warrington Saturday ,after an Illness ILLEGALLY Associated Press. that place. 1 2I

CAPT. MACKLIN" of only a few days' and the remains I SIXTY-EIGHT CASES IN Associated Press. Washington. Dec. 25.-A report of Associated_Press. t Mr. Gilhouly received -1 ]' b

WILL RECOVER were placed at rest Monday morningat THE MUNICIPAL COURT I Helena B/Dec. 25.-T. E. Brady, a the bureau of manufacturers depart a few days since and i; .
10 o'clock In Warrington cemetery.The Great .aIls lawyer has ment of, commerce and labor an- Newport News, Dec., .-Fire today i
By **;>eiated deceased leave two little boys Sixty-eight defendants were before prominent indicted by the federal grand nounces readiness ;,to 'assist manufacturers damaged the plant of the Newport ; i Is much regretted, as l
Fort Reno Dee.Captaln Press. Mac- besides her husband to mourn her Recorder Laney in the municipal I been charging him with Illegally fenc- -()f cotton and other fabricsto News Shipbuilding Company' to, the i aence at tie local, I' ,
k1J: Physician has announced that loss, and they have the sympathy of court yesterday morning for triaL "jury thirteen, thousand acres of public secure: trade in South Americas extent of two hundred' thousand dol-I wade many friends. '
Le and Most ,of theparties ,were arraigned ing sending lars. One fireman, was fatally Injur-
patient will recover. The search the residents of Warrington In the valley country. It is said and Oriental countries by remain at the yard with ; ..
':' assailant continues. The mur- woolsey as well as friends in this city. upon the charge of being drank and land several prominent persons are samples applicants for'goods In the ed. The Old Dominion liner, Jefferson' f fz1ile

w, theory has been discarded for They had been residents of Warring-I in such cases were fined only; $: and that involved. greatest demand. was greatly damaged.. he is oa duty on the ,_' ;

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who die soon after insUranca only by the receipt of premiums from as to these policies have fieretorore been completely readjusted. We

i 1 I To the Field Force.I ,:. those who live out and beyond their expectations f and. that the ap- think you will find them most attractive. ,

parent.hardship upon those who"live long Is-baly the contribution! ,tQ ," We realize that we shall-henceforth have more competition in non-

J ..GENTLEMEN: : ,< N the unfortunate which Is the essential basis of life insurance. How.. .-"-- ..; .. I articipating ioUci;s. {Qtrer compnleihave announced&eir purpose
., It is, cur; custom to address you each 'ear'at the time of our annial .' ever r it possible of course to make tables for limited payments, and o restrict heir iss-Ie Jt. > iai fbna. We have therefore thought it in
i SuperentendenU Convention. this is held.,about the- ; the problem, is therefore that shall not.be "young as<- ;
Usually ; ; r- to. fig an. age your Interest: as,-well as. cur c\m and In the Interest of tne public
i I middle and the topic of the Bulletin is naturally the :An- to raise the' premiums in Industrial insurance
of Januarjv :; 'or (what Is the same which ix superior to both to use a: part of the reduction, commission
t nual Statement of the comiany. This year the Superintendents meet ; where the unit is the premium,and not the amount of insurance) to to effect some reduction i cf premium. New. tables have been prepared

in convention the middle of December and obviously the record df' reduce the benefits unduly; ; and on the other hand to fix the"age, "vhkh 'we think will b* attractive to our customers and which therefore -
I the year is not made up. and it would be premature to set forth the .... not so old that the benefits of the limits of payment of premium'fehall 1 will be profitable fo in adjusting-these commissions
:. progress of the Company in its business and finances. We shall be lost. We have age .5 as the limit of payment? of premiums' you we nave
thought it only just to restore to the Superintendents an Interest in
have something very pleasant to say to you before we close about because at that age we are enabled to only slightly reduce the
!, what*you hare accomplished; but our immediate object is to tell you.v ., benefits! during life and because, we have not .received many ,com- : them which we were compelled to withdraw a few years ago and whicH
t about"our plans for next year. ,., I- ; plaints 'of the necessity of paying premiums up'to that ago.And to,, : '-' you remember the Vica-President promised at the time to restore wnen
ve should be-able to arrange-it And we have, also-'recognized
: the occasional complaint that "people never live to such old age the
i INDUSTRIAl- DEPARTMENT. toad work of Assistant Superintendents by giving them an interest
i I we may answer that in 1906 we shall have voluntarily as matter of in
You h.nknown, from numerous .addresses both :oral and written grace paid about 2,700 claims as Endowments on policies Issued as the work of their-agents. We realize that the' duties of Superinten
what our ambition has been in the Industrial part of Whole Life on persons reaching age SO after paying premiums: for dents and Assistants include the instruction and training of Industrial I I

r our business. You will bear us witness that ,our treatment of the 15,years or over. ,, gents In the work of-the Ordinary Department. We want all of our I
I policyholders has been one of progressive liberality ever since the Constructing a table of benefits upon these four principles. agents to be all-around Insurance men. Our Superintendents and I

present administration of the. Company began. The very first year Whole Life instead of Endowments: our recent morality experience Assistant bav& imposed upon them as a duty the supervision tnc constant !

.i of its incumbency Paid-up i olicies-theretofore unknown to Industrial instead of our old; a loading proportioned to our reduced expenses: help and encouragement and the education of ,their, agents. \v
insurance'in this country-were announced and every year since then and the payment of premiums ceasing after age 7*-we shall put hare made.jt an interest as well as a duty

something has been done for Industrial policy-holders beyond any fprth for 1907 new tables in the Industrial department which are better Our new'policies ;fein be"/ound most attractive in form and even
rromise made in the policies. Bulletin so.- 195 set forth these concessive than any company has heretofore issued and better than we have nore attractive In :mb t nce. Thtjcontain all of the advantages and
n years have been marked by progressive gifts and benefits offeredto ever before this felt safe to issue. concessions which we can afford to give and which: the public have aright 11
policy-holders; and this year the Company has been disbursing The most'striking change is In the Infantile table because there to expect. The surrender values will be found 4o be generous
the sum of about two millions of dollars in voluntary dividends
enormous wc substitute Life tables with payment of premiums limited to age 75 "; and take the optional forms of extended Insurance, paid-up insurance
r upon non-participating Industrial policies; bringing the total for our comparatively short Increasing Endowment tables now, in '" and cash. They are the standard forms of the New York Department,
amount of unpromised dividendi .in twelve to about ten millions '
years use; and are therefore enabled to pay In benefits what we have "< the work of experts which has legislative approval.
of dollars to Industrial:policyholders in the form of dividends on- They are as plain
endowment
been the
compelled to hold liability
as
q reserve upon
to
the
understanding as they be
can made. We have discontinued
r premiums, dividends.onl qea.th, claims d increases .of benefits upon features.
existing policies.. : many plans as unnecessary.Vo s&all issue Ordinary Late Limited
j Our new Infantile tables will nearly as much in death benefits
pay layment, Endowment and Term plans and
; we have
We have been enabled to this work' all these for have heretofore paid applied for per-
1 accomplish years by a weekly premium of five cents as we mission and hope ;o jreue In addition three plans which
steady improvements In' Business methods by steady extensions of for a weekly premium of ten cents..It is of course understood have stamped with their the the public
approval-namely.
business territory by steady additions to insurance in force by that the law fixes a maximum of benefits payable upon children and under a new name.be Modified Optional Life or Enowpent. -
watchfulness iu writing and of bUiline in increased the benefits Endowment; with Life Option
taking 'cafe s 'resulting a this we cannot .x d.Ve have therefore the
Guaranteed
Dividend under
decreasing death rate'decreasing lapse rate and decreasing expense 'at the later ages for persistence. Thus at age two at entry the benefit the ais>> a new and more descriptive
name Guaranteed Increased
rate: These improvement we have announced to yon from year to at age three at entry dying at nine is $169, and the benefit at" 'alum; Life under Endowment; and the Reduced ,Pre-
year, but perhaps from this very'fact-their gradual steady progres- age four at entry 'dying at age nine is $165 and so on.: This is av Years. us new name. Lite wjth Reduced Premium after 20

s.in'uet-You have failed,to grasp their full significance. Yet year recognition of the additional years for which premiums have' been -
by year we have told you our aim-to roduce expenses to improve'the paid by those entering at earlier ages when death occurs at 'the Gentlemen, we are entitled to cay that the Armstrong Investigation
"death rate*to better the policies, to distribute the surplus so that same age It follows from this large Increase of benefits for five waR a vindication of the 'method and practices of (be METROPOLI

each year a larger proportionate amount could be returned to policyholders cents that hereafter no policy will be issued under the Infantile TAN LIFE. The Armstrong .laws are In many respects a distinct
and a smaller proportionate amount used in expenses. tables for a total premium of more than five cents. And tomeet a recognition of ,the work we have done together these many years. See

Within the last few years our distribution for death claims have' desire for less Insurance especially in large families. we have a that you appreciate this fact to the utmost. Show that you do by malt
been so continuously markedly less in proportion to income and table with proportionate benefits for a weekly premium of three ing the year 19u7 an unexampled year for the Issue of more policies.

our improvements in ratio of expenses shown so steady an improvement Cf'11 ts. for larger Insurance for greater sam, for I less lapses and not-takens. at
that we thought the time had come to make a sufficient rctunpro Our Adult tables show an increase of benefits for the same premium a less expense at a greater return to policy-holders than you have ever

so to speak of the technical features of the business., We based strictly uvcn our tables of mortality. At age ten the in- done. Live up to your 'blessings Show that you appreciate the reward -
. ,t have made investigations into our mortality and drawn off into various 01 ease i h 12 1-2 per cent::, over our present Life table and nearly) 18 percent which the Legislature has conferred upon your good work of the
a periods experience\ of mortality. The mortality tables upon over our Increasing Life and Endowment table. At age 20 the Increase past! Make 1907 the. greatest; because the best year In the Company's
t which our present tables 'are founded were taken from the experience is over nine rer cent and over 23 per cent respectively; at age history. '
of 11. 41"94. ,\ comparison of this *ith tables taken from, tho >30/ the incraase I Is nearly 6 per cent and nearly 30 per cent respectively .
'XT>?rime of oilier jifrioffw liasphown a steady 1 iniprovtiatnt in mor- ; at ago! 49 the- increase:! is two per cent and over 13 per cent respectively .- ," THIS YEAR, 1906.

tality. In the easy of children the rt>*ut! i is really startling. Take and ft on. And In In comparing these 'tables 'with onr ". Your have'started! welt Last year the year of the investigationyou

for instance:, ago: two next birthday.! Onr present table shows 19.3 !present Whole Life tables (and with Hose'of most of the other Indus did the largest busiress we had ever done; The first part of this

deaths per thousand; a table isafl-ljto. ::; chows but :36.: ; age three thefigures trial companies) Jt Must not be forgotten that these old tables providefor year the paralysis which seemei, unreasonably and unnecessarily, o .

are respectively :32: and 2!.::: ago fire 16 and 5'.S; 'ago ten payment cf pirplnm during the 1I'hole'of life, while under our"new have fallen upon the tartness in general appeared to have affected
-VfJ; r and ::.8. and this improvement: run through the Infantile table. As Tables payment of tmniums: ceases at age 75. ven you- even more unreasonably and unnecessarily. Finding this
to adults there is also a marked improvement. We have increaser the immediate benefits under all of these politics .
to be the fact, the'Vice-President appealed to you In personal conferences
These" facts convince us that the time has come 'o construct new ?a accordance with the rule we made retroactive this year to with Superintendents! In little groups all over the country

tables of benefits founded upon our experience of 1896-1905: ; and'wearc Lalf-benefltg during; the first six months and full benefits thereat tgr. jointed out to you the facts and corclofilons of the Armstrong Inquiry .

j confirmed in our conviction by the fact that a table drawn from We have iatroduced into all of these policies new features in the and the results as embodied in legislation; showed yon the essential
the years lOOl-lSOS: shows a better experience that that of the fulldaeade. way of surrender values.: Paid-up policies will be granted after three approval we had received in our work in tootn departments and asked

And it seems to us just) to base these> tables upon the expert-.., years instead of five; extended insurance will' be granted after three you to respond to all this for the remainder of the year by making the
ence of white lives; and to give benefits based upon the improvement years at tho cp ion of the holder: and cash surrenders trill be paid ; best
record you had ever made This was in Many and June. It wouldbe
which we feel certain is permanent How great improvement: is < ''t' ,. after ten years., The policies will be in new and attractive forms/'with most ungrateful not to make tnis public: and general acknowledgment ; -
we illustrate by a few figure! comparing! the table upon which our three pages iusteaa of two in order to set forth all of the concessions. of to the and behalf Vice-Presi
... your response appeal on of the
benefits are based with a table. ,of white lives for the last ten years. t. making the ri
: Heaths per thousand: age two next birthday 49.3! reduced to 34.7; age able to tell what he is entitled to. And the whole contract will be ex- .. The year is not year ended and we cannot therefore tell the
three S2 to 22.5; age four 21.5: to 13,2; age five 16 to 9.5; ag ,- ten 5.5 "pressed in the policv doing away entirely with the necessity of a'copyof whole 6tor). But for the month July November, inclusive com
z to 3.4: ago Uventy 10.3 to 7.1ige: thirty: 15.7 to 11.1: age forty 19.3 the application l. sing the form in this respect for all policies whichwe pared with the of
sam*
months previous years:
to 14.3. The other element besides mortality involved in a table oft adopted nidav; yearn ago for policies under f 300. '
benefits is of course the espeu.se. ,'\11 yon know, our ratio pf expenseto : You made the largest amount. of Industrial increase which the

prvmiunj income has been"falling'! for ,into years; this 'year the ;- .: .. ORDINARY DEPARTMENT. Company ever made, except in 1534 and 1303.

reduction has I len phenomenal and will reach, we', think by the end I' ..- 7 One of the most striking results of the Investigation The agents wrote: the largest amount of Industrial business, average
? Afmstrong
of the ,ear three per cent! This a '-'n m, ns a saving 0(. nearlyone I' : the per man of'any of the last ten years. '
i. V:5 adoption of a provision restricting for the
and a half millions of dollar IWe shall show ;'a lower ratio "of. ': 05' the of the expenses first year The average increase' per man was larger than for any of the past,
life policy. what is
well asrom.pljmentary
Aiyl most Interesting as tea:
expense for 1SW6 than has been experienced by any Industrial company years.
to the METROPOLITAN Is the [&ct.,which appeared In
ia the world. ; -. The ratio of lapses was the third lowest for ten pat.
I the"newspaper dizcnssicn! at the time of the adoption of the report and The years
One other clement goes into thp construction of tables of benefits bills that thj! restriction by law was justified by the experience of number.of.tralIrerred; accounts was the lowest for e'Sht years

; and that is the.maturity of the policies.: When we made up our -this Company in the matter of expense as shown by an analysis cf Its notwithstanding larger force cf men with which we started and
present table wo were convincedthat the i the larger reduction In the roves we have made thIs year.
public was enamoured of \. annual reports. It:5: true that this Company kept its almost :
endowments. Our Industrial business has been ,Issued for ten years, expenses The collections were the.best In the history of tne Company
# within the limit
I prescribed by the new statute. But the'statute is a .
ax you know, mainly upon Endowment tables-Increasing Life and The death claim.reached lowest ratio for the last 25 jrearsuotwithstandlng -
opal and risk of
i ooe we cannot run any overrunning Ute limit of ex ,
Endowment; policies and TW nty'year' Endowments forming a very This the Increased average age of policy-holders.:,
pense. necessitates a reduction of commissions but
the reduction -
.t large proportion, in some years over 90 percent, of our total busi : will be very much ICES than that made The special salary to agents averaged the largest; amount in the
1 ness.. One disadvantage of this table, has been that it largely increased i issuing participating policies. This Company necessary will not by Issue the companies afterthis last ten years; and yet we saved lCOooo in the total compared With
the last year.
reserve. Our children's Increasing Life and Endowment
policies have ,been endowments payable after periods! of 47 years and year any other than nonparticipating policies. In fact in the true The caving In total cost In these items alone medical fees (be-
of the term have
sense we not l issued other for
upwards according to age at issue. Compared with the Whole Life have any nearly: fifteen years cause of a redaction Ji, number of applications). Assistants' salaries
for. often ,
the
,as we explained intermediate
and Special Class .
j tables issued'by other companies these have been made necessary based and special salary was at the rate of a million dollars a year. *
the accumulation of an increase of many millions of dollars in reserve policies were upor. stock or a non-participating loading and the We may add 4'aat the Paeans Coast kept up with the procession
dividends if
Unthinking persons come to the conclusion that this piles up with the promised earned were expected to be derived from the by the remarkable feat of covering for the year the enormonj lapse
L'I Wealth of the Company forgetting that along with the increase of ,mortality. These policies were entirely novel and wehad little experience caused by the earthquike and is certain to close the year with a band.
to The
assets guide us. Intermediate policies were based upon our Indus- some Increase. '
runs the increase of liabilities and that the wealth of a company -
consists in its surplus; snap completely overlooking the remark trial. table of mortality and were designed for Industrial risks who In the Ordinary Department September about equalled Septemberof
could afford
able fact that we have, to pay annual instead of weekly: premiums; 'and the mortality last while
deliberately kept down our surplus to about year October and November largely exceeded the corresponding -
ten per cent.. of our assets by annual distributions ol the excess.of of such a class could not be toretold. Th$ Special Class policieswere months of last year and December promises to be a record
surplus earned to the policy-holders who contributed to it. Public for sub-standard risks as to the mortality could not be accurately breaker!.

opinion has changed and now cares more for-death beneftts.than en-, .' predicted. What we undertook to do was to pay back to the policyholders And taking the"last six-monb3 for comparison-June. to November -

dowmeuts. We are in business to please the public We have a good the gain from such improvement In mortality over 'the expected inclusive-you wrote more Ordinary than ever was written by
i deal of evidence that Ordinary Life and Limited Payment Life contracts : as should be actually experienced. As participating policies are ,lbe-Company in the corresponding: months and exceeded 1905 by over"
are thought preferable! to Endowments. We have resolved based upon a higher or so-called mutual loading out of which dividends .J Ix millions and yalf; and this it must be remembered by more'than I
therefore to discontinue our Increasing Life and Endowment policies are expected to be canned we,claim that our Intermediate and Special 3,000 less men! .
which were designed to meet, the demand Class policies based upon a stock loading were in principle -
Ij public formerly existingand nonparticipating. We are pro (l' (t'thi. record and we,are grateful to for'
which were, wo believe, the first tables! 'ever really scientifically All of our other policies In the Ordinary Department were by ienerpus response.>: cannot say more than to wish you your
I constructed for Industrial policies.! ;their terms non-participating. The law has justified you and yours
Our new Industrial policies will us In the principles the happiest and most prosperous year of your lives In
1907!
therefore be Whole Life contract But we think that as to these we adopted fifteen years ago and today the Armstrong laws ana Very sincerely '
i there are signs of a belief on the part of the public that payment of ,the similar: ones prepared for other States are vindication of the yours. ,
premiums ought to cease with old age It'Is hard for'people to see METROPOLITAN principles In which yon have peen trained. We
I what to 'any mathematician is Ef
companies are enabled\ to pay't'the t policies in full on lives of those enable us to prepare non-participating tables. The tables of premiumswill ,

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have to it to 'the Philippines Into laps"
= opportunity- say our on tary was connected with this lobby.:

Current Commnet from their faces" Correct; and be is jnat payment of $20,000,000. As a result the secretary has lost his Mis4f" # t&"'hH<> 'J.'HH." ""' '''''A iF"""" giitiF3,,
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the, man for the job too. I position t,
I *- It must be admitted thaf those who DIAMONDS, WATCHES JEWELRY SCLOCKS
Mr. I This little flurry ;"UJapan. calls favor asset currency have every reason I ,
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Commoner '
Bryan's renewed attention to" the gold brickwe to advocate a ship subsidy. One' When the people ask congress for PRECIOUS STON3 BRONZSH *

: : : bought when providence "threwHood's' .is founded on wind and the'! other Is something during the short 5(>8510nthey' i STERLING SILVER WARS J.

I I .. j found.ed on water. are told' that the time 'Is too ART POTTERY ,
t, fchort. 'Then during the short session .. OPTICAL GOODS I
.4 The president's: annual message vehement of Mr. Hitchcock just as ? Secretary Root says the trade of congress proceeds to, do many i CUT GLhSSWARe.It

i contained 1S.OOO words. Ute developments In the land fraud ; i South America will be profitable.1 things lhat the people oppose, but It ".0": ..-. :

The short session! 'I!U generally used Cases begin to be really interesting.' ,i Thea he asks the people to pay a Is such 'a long time un.... the next = "
l lot of for f fi election"tthat the people forget all .
men a handsome subsidy -
j to hurry through legislation that burdens By--throwing, bi$. influence .on thc I i !In he 'about,the wrongs inflicted upon them. I Engraving and Fine Station
I tbe j engaging a business that says I dry. :
public and profits the special aide of wholesome! tariff reduction I $SarsapariHa ranraestiona-
( interests. Jlr. Carnegie'could aid I J would be profitable. That sort >of J : OJ .

". Other men from worrying n preventing about dy- Wy the greatest blood, and !gold brick' formerly,found ready sale Representative Murdoch republican .
!I
Of ('ouyou\ knuw that you ,|! .f( but of ]late the people have been applying of.Kansas, '
tin made in the :
t,"' should ; poor.: J t' liver meicMrC known 'IL.: the a'speech 1 :Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention _
do add t
Christmas .
your chopping ",,"-,- test ;fhouse urging that the system of paying .
t early and of course you will put It ;:: That tkey to &.tae OriwU" argument positively aB4.penMMRtlycores r railroads for carrying ,the maUl ii .. .. -

off. until the last minute. 'I j I used by the imperialists calls renewed I" from i' The New York American made the be changed. He decided that, false ., Itili

4 t Word :; i iHeathen I i attention to tba fact that we. must; every humor; charge that Leopold king of Belgium weight 'aTtthorlnd.by worn-out Jaws ili E. O.
comes Chinee"from is Hawaii the that the I.keep right on iray!ng npeoslve_ )4)"kSI Pimples Scrofeku: It."is ., maintains a .lo b1 la Washington ? i enrich'the.railroads and has ,become Z.dekJewelryCo. ;
i not only one iron j( it to fit for the' 'purpose cf Influencing a great harden to that government .
of his color'who has l 5 MOBILE ALA. %
the Best
-ways peculiarand i -- t American action with respect to the 1! ,
tricks vain" j I i I The Sioux City Juurual notes that I Congo Free State.. It was charged I It it \ "WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOaOEJ" .*
;t The country will greatly regret the "from now ,bn Secaor LaFollette Blood CMeiici ,. ]J.|that Senator Morgan's private 'secre11 t(- Snbs ri.for the Journal I "?***** r 4j *, _*'iHI*_..*. MMr.......i,th'A'.Ma'a'l1'ff'E'E'Ih>i ."

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BALDHON. WIN COUNTYBAY 150 II MUSIC LESSONS FREE If I TO GET Forget i


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J. H. H. SMITH. iii MINETTE TIMES. f New Year's Cakes \

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I. Race Question Now One of was Baldwin created county by an act as of first the formed Missis-; of combatants.dead and dying. attested the valorof buy a piano or organ from, us 50 free :! -FRUIT and everything CAKE!! 'A SPECIALTY else. in the ,


the Paramount Issues in sippi territory legislature already in the apportioned year 1809, of to I The; the whole lone chimney territory surrounded was devastated by- j MUSIC Lessons. Cut out the JolI wing :i; EatlL4.kle.Refreshments of all kinds. r" ".

Washington county, which ;was created -_ the charred remains of dwellings, Prices always reasonable i
South Africa. by a proclamation of Governor I'granaries and ruined plantations and mail it whether j -fi-
to us .stating
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In1 I coupon Opposite PostotRcePhone 134. ,)
"as monumentsof
Sargent of Mississippi Territory were everywhere' seen = t
i. I 1800. :Madison county was created J' the horrors of wart by the few snrl I !
] Special to The Journal. in 1808 and the three counties embraced l.vivors, of the gray garbed band, who, I a piano or organ is. wanted: .. Nick's' Place 1

) 'Johannesburg, Dec.' 22.-The Transvaal 'all the territory now within ;;'footsore..and, weary after theIr surrender -:::1 tr f

like the United States continuesto the boundary of the state, except;that again stood upon the sites of .
have no end of trouble over: the south of the 31st degree of north latitude !I,their ruined homes; but inspired'' by,,I I -- No. 2. r '.1:
known as West Florida, then the same Spartan courage evinced! by J : ; : COUPON.y\ ,; ,. .
The ultra fashionable Orientals. The_ last Asiatic ordinance under the dominion of Spain.. ., t!'[,them in._ battle, 'they :rebuilt ,' their:I,.r II f i- < ; "! ,-.. *. a A _' \
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of. the Transvaal legislature passed i- Baldwin county, as first formed, in-homes'1 I fenced their .plantations, 'and a
Overcoat is the remodr 'September and 'now awaiting imperial j I eluded much territory west of the soon bountiful harvests and lowing I \wish to buy a. . . . /. .and please

eled Chesterfield 1 'sanction has carried racial dIstinctions Alabama river which has since been herds once more rewarded their la I I ,
chopped off and formed into countiesof bor'and filled their granaries and larders GULF CITY COFFEE CO. 'j
and to a degree which has _sansei ;
center vent
deep with full information 1
send me a Catalogue as ftr
the state of Alabama and Missis- < and again after several harrowing ,
lots of the Indian ,and the Chinese and j,i .1 H. P. CHIPMAN, Manager. \\tat
very skirty sippi. N years of reconstruction peace '
cloth velvet collars sin- the Japanese residents ,to protestThe I Subsequent to the cession of' FlorIda -land'J" plenty=.one the-'rgift of 'a mag- Roasters, Blenders and Shippers of' : 1
offer of free'music lessons.
Indian Association of the by Spain in 1819, the boundaries'nanimous foe, the other the reward r to your fifty F

gle breasted, gray in Transvaal has had a deputation in of Baldwin county 'as it now exists, i:of their industry and -thrift-were I Fine CoffeesOUR

color, and it has this ad- England for some weens urging that were for the first time defined by :everywhere.The ', prevalent? 1' I Name ... . . .'.'. ... .'. . .,. . . COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL. f;
an act'of the Alabama legislature approved -I i plowboys whistle; the hum of GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL 4
vantage: It's suitable the new ordinance should be vetoed *: circular _. 4S
December 20, 1832, and tberahas the. saw aud,ae redoubled, I : t

everywhere and appro- and amine a royal the treatment commission of issued colored to ex- been no change in its boundaries stroke of the axman.,,soon took the i.i ( : .I.. .'. . . . . . . \ .J 1
since, except when a part of its north place of the booming of cannon and SCARRITT MORENO
priate anywhere. pIe in British Africa. This Pe&-l eastern territory ceded to i rattle of musketry and ere long the '4 I X NI N SAFES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. *., 1 :

Come see it and ask tion Lord has Elgin seen, and the the colonial secretary of county in its creation in 'I J.o20 miles of territory'comprised I BusinessE. . :. ... : . . . . :. Agent for Dlebold Canton.Safe Ohio.and Lock Co. h--'
The settlement of the Escambi3.1 within our-limits began to l>settled I I \
the other and Salesroom E. Gov. St.
to see styles for India. Mr. Morley The latter 'I home I Office \
at a very early date. with seekers from other north- 8
has spoken of the injustice and the
while you are in. cites that as early as 1717 that ne- ;:ern and southern states who were welcomed .
harshness of Sot.th African policy
Prices gro slaves were brought by the-ehip '' without discrimination by the THE NEW BAY # l:
$7.50 to $21.50.
towards British Indians, of the "bar
I
load by the French settlers to people to their cheap fertile lands,
Mobile CO
E. FORBES PIANO
sinister, that is placed in some British SHORE SCHEDULE : ti
and rich crops of rice and indigo balmy and healthful climate and hos- ,
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colonies millions of
CTANDARDfLOTHINGfO.JTMESENVBUILDINGU upon many were raised by these slaves for their pitable- firesides arid, now together; I tili
the king's subjects and in some in- ; li lifcix"
;
: masters along the Tensas with the past forgotten prejudices I'I'II PensacouuForrtABBarranas. >
river .
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stances Mr. Morley adds for the Lib JAMES O. SMITH Mgr. Mobile Ala. .
which is within the boundary of Baldwin overcome lookforward to a, future Leave Pensacola. Leave Ft. liarrajwa;;', : 'j
eral government, "we can more effectively -
. ---------,------ remonstrate with foreign county. i i I luminous with untold blessings to I : I n::11I111:111I11: I::;:11I:1:: :II::m :::mmmllm: :m If:nm:1:: II I 111:11: i 11; :I::: t 11:00 9:00 am am 10:00 11:00: pm am i i-*-- : }
The territory south of the 31st de- be awarded the busy brains and toiling' 1:00 2:04 "*. i "
TURTON & BELL. I powers than"with our own people in gree of north latitude, was subse- hands ,of those who are now settled 2:00 pm *:00 pm: 1
PHOtOGRAPHERS SINCE! 1878.t (the colonies. 3:00 4:00 pm'I
pm
ht'i t> Supplies. MnisSlm Itr Alaae! n" The Chinese association of British quently settled by a few families of among us from the less favored localities F 4:00 pm 6:00 pm ,,
Spanish and French emigrants, and of this glorious country of .i04) pm *:00 pm ; I, :
Africa has
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many of our most honored citizensof ours or from\the over populated and S:0p, put -_.. 7:00: pm y
of
COTTRELL sending one its own number ----; 4
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. Mr. L. M. James, a Chinese traderof to-day sprang from them,,, notably over burdened nations of Europe. I WEEK DAYS.PensacolaFt -:
whom 1 i j In predicting that Baldwin ,Barrancas.Leave .
among are roe Suarez and Do- county:
Johannesburg to England for the
Pensacola. Fla. purpose of enlightening the British live families, who still live in that is (to become in the near future .7:15 Pensacola..a.m Leave Barrancas.3:00 am
-- --- one of the most
territory.The important counties i 9:60 am 11:00 Am
public concerning the injustice and
R. K. WHITE, humiliation inflicted by these racial northern portion of the county in South Alabama (outside of Mobile i 12:54pm:3:31: : pm .- i bee:<>0 pm pm
1Mcliirtl! >t'.Sfinulictunnfl Jeweler and Graduate ordinances., Interviewed just before before the dawn of the 19th.century 'I, county). the writer, has no dread 6:00 pm 7:00 pm '
tic| n.30 S. Piitfo Street PeastCftla. Fla. his Mr. James began to be populated by emigrantsfrom that such forecasts will be ascribedto 8:00 pm ':00 pro a f
I departure said that his
the states of the dream of the visionary qI 10:*) pm 10:39 pm
association -In Georgia the Carolinas optimist -
was reality not ,
-- --- concerned NERVOUS AND 11
with the subject of Chinese laboron and Virginia, who brought with in the years that are to be, and I Pensacola-Big'Bayou.
them their slaves and cleared plantations now he only invites to vindicate that it Leave Pensacola, Leave Dig Bayou. i
i
the
Rand.He said ,
that he
rep- 6:00 aro .. 6:20: am
Typewriters. resented -Chinese merchants and in the dense cane brakes on" the view, a.just and proper considerationof I PHYSICAL COLLAPSE 7:00: am" -:30 am '". .
traders resident in the country who Alabama river, from whose 'fertile the geographical location of Bala-: 8:00 am 8:30 am
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in the Transvaal number about one acres were raised by them bountiful win county the fertility and adapt- I 14:0 9:00: am am.. 10.30:30 am am r
we offer the below thousand and four thousand throughout harvests of com potatoes and other ability :)f its soil to the growth of is endurance 11:00 am' 11:30 am
housework tax
British South ..Africa. He said crops, while on the hills around semi-tropic plants and fruits, cereals IF your a upon your 12:00 pm" 12:30 pm -.

$100 MAKE TYPEWRITERS CHEAP: what they objected to was the degrad- browsed numerous"herds of cattle and fiber-bearing plants of both tem- or if your office hours are long and severe, :1:00:00 pm pm %1:30:30 pm pm., f i

ing laws preventing them from ridingin and other domestic animals. perate and tropical origin; to the duty to the family demands that you use ::00 pm 3:30 4:20 pm.
r> m's Visible (new) ...50.00vi other The first English school 'ever salubrity and healthfulness' of its climate your 4:00 pm pm
tram and similar 6:39
'I>.:i"'am more.*, ((re-built praitlcally) .new) S7.50 65.00 ures. cars meas taught in' the territory of Alabama making it an ideal resort for Acme Malt Tonic. When you allow your body <5:00::00 pin pm 59 pm pm

anvil Premier No. 4 .1i.1)O was taught by John Pierce a native both winter and summer. Its im- to remain in a weakened state, you let down 7:00 8:00 pm pm 5 7:30:SO pm pm ,
Remington Xo. :2 (re-built) ... 30.00 of New England, on Boat Yard lake, mense area of more than one mil 9:00 pm "> 9-40 pm
in the northwestern portion of the lion acres, or 370 miles of territory the bars to all kinds of disease. Germs gain a 10:00 pm 10:30 pm {

New Also Century.for Ion days For. delivery Fay-Sjholea:: we can Under-sere 'AMUSE ENTS. county In 1799, at which the childrenof more than the state of Rhode Island, foothold easily in such a system, and you should 11:00 Pensacola-Biir pm 1Ja '01l game-iispm as week '
wood or any make of typewriter. '-bove1II&'lWIes the Durants, Mims Weatherfordsand five sixths of which are arable, with that fret cur leaves city at
al*> for rent ...._ wI Tates Imbibed their first ideasof not more than one twentieth in cultivatIon fortify yourself with this splendid vegetabletonic 7.m.iaturday.

education, and many' 01 their de-., at present; and by the'authority which gives the strength to resist and to only- .

scendants now constitute ocr best I of government experts the finest troubles which would otherwise be -
citizenship.In .Sea Island cotton' that has ever'been overcome
PensacolaTypewriter 1810 however the population of raised in the United States was dangerous in their ultimate development.At : I' DIRECTORYPROFESSIONAL. Y;

the three counties of Alabama was I grown on the soil of this county:; as

Exchange pp7 d 's only 9046, of which 2064 were negroes fine sugarcane, cotton, tobacco, lu- All Drugstores, or ''Direct From the Brewery
_
Madison county containingmore guminous 'plants esculents, vegeta- .
20 E. Government St. than half of the whole. bles, pecans and all other nut producing Made by Acme Brewing Co., Macon. Ga.ACffl'JULTTOMC. J

In 1813 or three years after, the trees, and grapes of many va W. B. BARTON,
Creek Indians, who outnumbered the rieties grow and bear to perfectionon t
white Inhabitants of the territory of its'soil. We have utilities and Attorney At Law. :'

Coal and Wood Alabama led by Francis, Weather. resources capable of supporting a Offices Will practice-Fisher In BulJdn all the: tate. Palafox and United rtrtris

I ford and McQueen, attacked Fort quarter million more people. States Courta Twenty-three!" rear ex-

Mims, ;the refuge of .the- inhabitantsthereabout -, per1elrce'r c
w e deliver Ice Coal Charcoal andWOod 511! of a Tralaed Jf r...

anywhere In the 'ctt). We can ern part of, situated Baldwin.in the-northwest-county and ,.I "I used'to wonder why It was that I T. G, YATES, M. D., .

'JPP'> v in any quantity and our I massacred 600 of its 553 inmates and noticed so many young women lugging I I II ; .. Pirate 1.

aertke i* always prompt. so terrified the white settlers of the !l I suit cases all over town." said the man ;'I The Aleatiaa 1.1..... I I--.a. thing in the, waters Optician. '
Steam and Domestic- Coal.j territory adjacent that they fled from; on the street corner. "At first I thought Until the time of Peter the Great the i An long/ago as the 306 Thiesen Building. i-,

Wood Cut Any Size. I their homes and plantations and were I perhaps they were I Independent young Aleutian Islands) .were unknown. The thirteenth century the Island of Hong Twenty year*' experience as ,an..... Eye
Examination
E. slow to return until roe indomitable .persons"[ who were on their way to the I II famous Roesian monarch <'OusumMwith kong was a piratical stronghold and Specialist.
G. SEWALL Creeks were conquered or their warriors I' Grand Central: station or to the ferryboats curiosity as to the distance be- ( for centuries the Chinese government 00000000000000000000000000L. t
slain by the army of General i| to take trains but then I no tween Asia and America started in''
Phtnes
unable drive the robbersout.
to
was sea PHILLIPS Ph.
614.353 26 N. Trrgcr.a St. C.
Jackson and their remnant' trans..(I tleed them in parts of the town where 1725: the-first of the expeditions that !!I An craft passing what Is now i ,
------- ported to Indian Territory west of ; they couldn't possibly be making fora at last revealed those haunts of the i I harbor Homeopathic.PHYSICIAN .
Hongkong were compelled to
Florida| and Alabama the Mississippi. railroad station since they were goIng bear the beaver the er nine and the The and SURGEON. t"l
I tribute. higher elevations ofi
pay :
On the soil of Baldwin 12.N. .
county.have In the wrong directions. Now I aeaL But Captain Cook told more Office and Residence. >
the Island served as lookout station.
LAND transpired more etents"of historic, have learned who these women are.' about the Islands than did all the Rns- Hours:9to11a.mitOSp.m.Phone
GO.rA P AtJY terest than on that of and DO boat that approached was per- CS.
any county in i Most of them are trained nurses. When I sign explorers before him. j
this great state. It can be verifiedby mitted to leave until it bad paid toILI" oooaGOOOODOOOOOPOOOOOOOO'tFrederiC" ;
:Maautacturers ol they leave the hospitals or their homes! :
wed< Dalsrs In history that the haughty a' casa they pact their uni I Ausfcld. F. M. Blount. : ,
Span.'I.'I. to-attend -- --------- --
LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHINU.ES Jard, gay Frenchman _and forms and other necessaries In' hese.salt AJW the PaD ..NflDeL AUSFIELD & BLOUNT t
AND KILN: -DRIED SAP. dian held alternate sway within Its I which they' with siatIvo'
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snit cases carry Broo caewr
Architects
while their
,domain English .competi-I .. Doac8. .
I: I them. So when yon see a young wom tcl.2S= .. !
tors who survived all.three: are now I OIatLSlt4bNlnaoeDey. b 312-314 Brent Bldj.Pensacota. 43 Mesas WE.,
an carrying a suit case and bound In a Fla. Montgomery Au.
In undisputed possession.The i
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-RUNYAN'S direction away from a boat or railroad "'- >
thunder of the
ROLLERS... last battles of : '
DAILY TOWEL ,a dying Confederacy were fought.outby station It'a very likely she's trained, BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANYPrepared WM. A. BORMANSry
SUPPLY
A CLEAN TOWEL a the tmserried ranks of blue and anise and U elther.starting out to attend ah Architect and Superintendent!
EVERY DAY. to do electrical rep Jrla ; en abort notice. Ring plane 570 and a
ne S4&-2$1.00 PER MONTH. Miss' Josephine' Lovett, Leading Lady gray In April, 1865, around. Spanish I a ease tinIs :returning; ,from one." representative will can. W. T Bidweii President and Manager, 205 S. Baylen Office-309 Brent Building. ..
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IT ..'Ubt! n amla Joutnall;SJ* SAID OF.- THE' ,"OURN -L.' *" I ROOSEVELTtS"MEssAGE. ? 1'1,I GIFTS J IN JEWELRYAND CUT GLASS !

fop Gin
surtabl a or- more
Nothing fe appreciated
I fi a f I I lent more' or Cut Gtan. My stock" by th. .
> than a piece at Jewelry was selected f:: lP
I AND BYAN'S 'SPEECH 'pecial poraote. f-.frtfln9 -.e.t5iln g wttaM* for this purpose. W.T ""* %
How'd You Like It? I Just few of the on.r.. Sr1
DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. I 'As usual The Pensacola Journal is fl..DIAMOND, GOODS. .
in the Diamond Rings .,.>_....$10 to $185 I Diamond Stick' Pins ... ..*K ..
do itself grand t
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to ..: .
preparing; '' 123
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PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY i. Dt.moJS. reoc3ses.a.I5 .Locket ..... .'to0
way of a big; Christmas editibn.Carrabelle ENfORCING CRIMINAL LAUSE.I WATCHES. .
Advertiser. Ladies' 0 size, 2O.) ar filled Keystone cases, ...................$12.50 .
...BY... .- I ; : Solid CoM,'14 karetV... ..--..._.................. .*2 to IZI t
"- '- l'-- .- -- : - - 'Solid Geld Diamond setGentlemen's .t..u....-..................................... to
THE JOURNAL COMPANY. All Able Men. r Wand 18 size watches ............................. $14't .$.;,7 .
} The Pensacola Journal gives a (From Mr. Roosevelt's MeSsa e.) ,,1|(l distinction clear In ,defending the t CHAINS AND LOCKETS. .... .
deserved tribute to' our norida Congressmen The imyrtance of enacting Into, tnt system he Is quoted as saying Solid Bold Neck Chain .............................f.............(353 .
: which we believe will be '[ *", Solid fled locket ....,......................!. .........h...........>> to "g
I FRANK L. MAYES President .n General ManagerMEMBER three law ibe particular bill in question Is,,that as'the American beauty; rose can Diamond Lockets -.r.--- ...... :........................ .7S to 3 !
generally endorsed, for the] are fUIther : without : '10 to
increased by the fact that thtj[pot be brought to perfection CUT GLASS..
S. faithful and capable public servants government has new, definitely,begun.,inchiiyj off' ninety-nine buds .so. that .: Cut Glass. Pitchera. '..!,.'...!...;......_............................,M50 to
1 THE ASSOCIATED. PRE 'measuring fully up" lo 'the Jefferson: I a( policy of resorting to the criminal the one hundredth ,bud can receive ,. Cut:Glass Bowls''\................-.-.-..-......................$33 to$11 baa I
__ Cut Glass.
-. standard.-Llve Oak Democrat. i I{ lay in those'trust'and interstate corn- the full strength of the bush,,'fo great Cut Glass Nappies Vales$2.........j.t............... ...$1 2S*tQ $1-:
: SUBUCRIPTION RATES I mrce ,cases where such a course offers Industrialorganizations are Impossible ': Cut aa\k'ga.. and.crea' .8scMHp.. ..t ................13,25 ta to II :
Of Different Mind : '* ;..f si. *u- 4
One! Tear .. ..; ..........$; 00 One Month .. .. .. .. .. O The Pensacola Journal thinks that.t reasonable chance of success. without the 'elimination of the These' arc simply a few 21 of the articles I am
Six Mouths ... .. .. .. .. 2 50 One Week.'. .. .. .. .. .. 10 the president's message "was one of I At first, as. was proper every effort I smaller, ones., It ia a. cruel illustration J my goods are fully guaranteed, If ftOt many as represented your offering money and in! ? t.
Three Month. .. .. .. 1 25 Weekly Edition per year.1 CO the strongest and most virile 'deliver was made to enforce these laws by, but it presents a perfectly ace i- lick. .
.. civil proceeding, but it has becomeIncreasingly rate picture 'of trust methods. The
,ances ever presented to that body. I evident that the actionof II democratic party champions the 'I W., A. GAHLENBECK :
i while the Tribune thinks it .
The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed Tampa' All the.government in finally deciding;'cause' of the ninety-nine enterprises t 21& South Palafox Street. :

Circulation Statement Can.. Be Secured. ,i was Tribune"wably"is in the leading those.qualitiesThe paper of in certain cases to undertake criminal '.which are menaced; they must not ,..... ......... ............................ ....:-ttOJ ..
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:south Florida and The Journal'the proceedings was justtflabter c! sacrificed that one great' comblcation -
Florida.r So though there bare been some conspicuous -, may flourish.and when the sub- =
i leading of' West
; PhGUIEllftortll\ R.ims 3. I P....rs en S.I.l oA Trains I there it paper Is1 Ocala ''Banner. hare had failures many successes in these which cases.have we.'ject cordial Is understood sup'port''of we shall hundred t'ec iYe'the' ofthousands : ? :aA :E3C: >lTSEWednesd.ay

} busInessOThce1S00
and at all News Stands. 'They'll Do It. undoubtedly had a deterrent effect of businesS' men who have -
The Pensacola Journal thinks the upon evil. doers, whether the 'penalty themselves felt the oppression of the --

: time has arrived when the Florida inflicted was in the shape, of fine or: trusts or who having observed the
S Offices-Journal Builflintr Corner Irtend'noia and D.Luna StsPENSACOLA. delegation to Washington should'get Imprisonment and penalties of beta.effect of the trusts. noon others,, December 26th

-- I busy and make good some of the kinds hare alrepdr been Inflicted by realize that their safety lies, not InS ,
promises they made the people during the courts., Of course, where the futile 'attempts at the restraint of 'S /
the long. dull summer months. judge can see his way to inflict the,,trusts, but in legislation which will POSITIVELY AT 8 O'CLOCK.
FLORIDA, WEDNESDf >IOIL'"I G, DECEMBER 26. 190..1. penalty of .
Same thing here and If they don't imprisonment the deter.make a private monopoly Unposstb'e.I
--- well-it. will be timely to advise the rent effect of the punishment on other I t There must be mistaking of the

It is said the most popular rag,](would be of the greatest benefit to''! people to get busy.-Miami. Metropo-offenders is increased; tut sufficiently. [,issue and. no confusing' of the line pf
: lis. heavy fines accomplish much.: {battle. The trust, as an Institution HENRY B. HARRIS
everbody. It would at the
place us
time around the railroad commission. head of.the cities of the state in population (From the :Madison Square Speech.) ,I will have few "open defenders. The
office over in Tallahassee is 3Iy I I While men differ policy of the trust-defenders will be -
wealth and enterprise, and The Re-appointment Bill. may as to the Tel-!I.
name is Morgan, but It ain't John L." I at one bound give us that rank to The Pensacola Journal calls attention UTe importance of issues and while to Insist OI1' "reasonable! regulation"and PRESENTS

; which'we 'are entitled by our I to an imperative duty of the the next congress will largely shape then they :will rely upon their
possesbions I
Tampa proposes organizing a half : along those lines. next legislature: "If there is one the lines upon which the next presi'power to* corrupt' legislatures" and to The Dramatic Success of tho Century

million club. We .knew it would : I piece of legislation that the chief dential campaign will be fought, I intimidate executives to prevent the t

come and the only surprise is that j r There is one thing Tampa 'has executive ,should '"force" through the THINK IT IS SAFE TO SAY THAT, application of any remedies which'

they did not make it a three-quarter I J Jacksonville beat, on. and that is ,:next house and senate ft is the reappointment AT PRESENT THE PARAMOUNT will interfere with the.trusts.' } Our THE
million club. j I cigars. Two hundred and fifty mil bilL It has been ISSUE IN THE MINDS OF A LARGE motto must be: "A private. monopoly LION
I(I twenty years since the 'legislature MAPORITY OF THE PEOPLE .IS Is. indefensible and intolerable" and
The Christmas edition of the AI.-lion cigars is the total output of Tampa : has been, apportioned: and the THE TRUST ISSUE. our plan o(,'attack must contemplate:

ban '. Ga. Herald is aery neat paper I for-this year, and this amount represents :present allottment of seats in I congratulate President Roosevelt the total and complete} 'overthrow AND THEMOUSE
71b, The I about one-third of the product the legislative part of our government upon th'steps which h* hag taken the monopoly principle Ininaunry,
and comes out in a special cover. to enforce the .mti.trust law We need not remedies.We .
of the world in clear Havanas. Hurrah is inadequate and unfair. The and, my quarrel ,over
T editorial columns of this paper are al- legislature ten years ago tailed to gratification is not lessened br'the must show ourselves willing to

.ways bright and interesting. for Tampa., pass this bill as the statute requires fact that he has followed the democratic !support any remedy and .every remedy
but should to it 'rather than the republican platI which promises substantial advantage -
S The Florida School Exponent. in a the'goernor see
doleful i
"Goodbye Booze" was the form in
every advance he has made,. to the people 1ft their warfare
thathe session' of 1907 does not adjourn I
tune that came from Brevard county j:recent Issue copies an article from without complying with this It has been a great emoarrassment to against monopoly. Something Is to An American. Intense !
the Tacoma (Wash.) News in which him that the : Play of Interest
last week when the good! peop. e'of, j j: : statute." The situation' will soon be- platform noon which he be expected from the enforcenent
f'i that county voted against the further]i,that j>ap arraigns" the; High School come "Impossible as the French'I was elected was filled with praises the criminal clause! of the Sherman '

sale of in the Saloons fraternity! system.. It is a well :written would put it, if the next legislaturedoes of the republican party's record anti-trust law, but this law must'be BY CHARLES KLIEN
liquor open rather
Ii | than
with
enforced
promises of reform 'not against a few trusts
.article"in which the'eTfls of the high not apply itself to the performance ; as AUTHOR OF "THE MUSIC MASTER"AND "DAUGHTEROF
even the enthusiastic atf MEN',
I : support given present, but against all trusts and
The railroad commission must beII of the long neglected task -
I school fraternity are set forth. but we him by the democrats has enabled aim must be to Imprison theguilty
working its secretary over time if one doubt the ,wisdom of the proposed Jacksonville Times-Union-- 'the champions of the trusts to taunt not merely to recover .a fine I'I'the Second Year in New York City-Six Months in Boston
would judge from the columns of the abolishment : him with 'following' What is fine of .
of the college fraternity. Sticks to Opinion. democratic ead<_r- a a :thousand dollarsor
.
Macison Recorder. Its appearance the I The general fight against these fraternities The Pensacola Journal thinks that t ship. He has probably gone' 'as far even ten thousand dollars to' a, -Four Months in Chicago.

past few: weeks would lead one to in the colleges of higher edu the president's message "was one of tM he could( RO without incurring 'the trust which makes' a hundred thousand '

think it was\ nearly Dunn for. :cation has 'about subsided.'and the the strongest and'most virile deliver-I hostility. The of the leaders of his OTTOoarty. @OIlarI'while-: the trial is in America Has Never Known SucH
ances ever presented to that body,", trouble is tht the republican progress? j a Triumph
The St. Petersburg independent i;I general opinion is that these fraterni.ties' while \he Tampa Tribune: thinks it I, party 1 Is not in:a' position 'to ap If the criminal clause is not going;
if in Institutions of this characterare was "wablv" in all these qualities. I ply effective and' thoroush-soin re--to be enforced it ought to be,repealed
The limit of lateness was
says; when the not harmful but a help to the institutions The' Tribune is the leading paper of torm!;. became It:has built up through If imprisonment is too severe a punishment PRICES 50c, 75c and 2.00
Wednesday morning
reached special legislation
"'and,t6 the students. South Florida, and The' Journal is I the very abuso for the eminently resnectabte
,
passenger train got in some time which need to.be f>radicat d. gentlemen 'who rob' eighty millions of
the leading paper of West Florida. Seats Sale at Noon.
during the nighrt. Thirty-six hours : The St.. Augustine Meteor man So there it Is.-ocala Banner. Before any intelligent action can people,of hundreds of millions of dollars ,on Monday .

from Jacksonville is-well, it is what ,'wants to endorse the president, but We are ready to admit that The toe taken aeainstJthe trusts we muit annually, the language, of the !- --- 4
lave a definition of 9 trust. Because statutes ought to be changed for
Sherman said about ; Pensacola Journal is a thoroughly
war. is afraid that he will do somethinglater
no corporation has an absolute nothing js calculated I
and well-edited and more to breed
'that will make him want to take progressive newspaper ; complete wonopcly of any important anarchy ,than the failure to enforce
The Fort Myers Breeze says: The I but as the great Democratic metropolitan -: Thursday December 27ft
Tallahassee Sun. usually one of the back his endorsement Says the dailies aiwith ns on the' product the aDoloeists for' the trust the law against ,rich criminals' while i
I Meteor: criticism otjthe president's message we i sometimes insist; ,that there are'in it is riridly enforced against; ,
most correct papers In the state, reality no trusts. Others insist ,that petty offenders. But it is not suffi-i I
We've been to for W'ilha'e to stand pair and. moreover
long.
wanting say.
:
it is
credits an article of this paper to a impossible to legislate asainst dent to enforce existing laws.
I that
[that President Roosevelt comes near would ask Webster's unabridged -j such trusts that ORIGI.NAl PRODUCTIONThe
may exist If ten
I paper in DeFuniak. Surely DeFuniak er being a representative head of be consulted for the definitionof i doinsr Injury to without corporations conspiring to-
legitimate ,
business. :gether in restraint
I of
:i Springs has no 'Tropical Breezes." the whole ,people, of a whole nation i "wobble" or.bble"-Dot For the of this trade are
purpose discussion! it is :threatened ,'ith''punishmE'nt., all.
I We do not agree with the Fort Myers than any president we have known of I!!nor yet "warble. for we- wable"l sufficient to dra*.the'line at the point : they'.have to do now is to dissolve Musical Cocktail With a Menu of
personally but were afraid there Teddys praises-Tampa .Trlbu .
man that DeFunlak has no tropical I,I where comnetitiftn ceases to be *f their separate corporations and turn

f breezes: DeFuniak ia one of the might and we be would a break have most to'any take old back. day 3. . S fective corporation and to which dc'signatp l as a trust al\v'l their property over to' a new corpora Music Direct From a 26 Weeks

breeziest and most up-to-date little something. Its a little trying on afellow's !!&& RECEIVES\ NO PAY FOR *
towns in the state. I foresight if not exaspenns: ]Z. POLITICAL SPEECHES. to Cs n fix the terms- :and _conditions! of separate. corporations attempted and .
to his hind sight to make a diagnosis sale. -
t yet not violate the hw.V e n<>ed therefore
The Tampa Tribune 1 f; 'S
notes that
that:might be at variance with his '
Legislation which prevents monoa- ,. new legislation and the, THE
fThe Commoner.3 repub-
-Atlanta Is to hate a booze In- better Judgment most'any moment, % ely not only does not inlure leeitl-lican party not only falls to enact

spector whose duty it will be to visit | This should 'not keep the senator C. . mat* business 'but actually, 'protees such legislation but fails even, topromIse

: each saloon in the city twice\ a day from St.Johns from giving the president """"'-- legitimate! business from iniurr. We It. The democratic party
and "sanple" the-liquid refreshments full credit for whatever he doesthat Mr. Bryan's attention has been are Indebted to the yona Rockefeller must be prepared to nrooose 'legislation -
called to a republican palter of Oklahoma for an illustration which makes this which will be sufficient.
S being offered for sale. There are already -' merits:praise,.and Roosevelt has which alleges that he, Mr.I .. ROYALCHEF
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some 8,000 applicants for the done,much the past year that has met Bryan received "two thousand dollars ,

1'lace; for it promises one long,bright, with the hearty approval and -auction hard cash" for his speeches in I

dream of glory to many Atlanta" or: the southern people. Oklahoma, last fall. ,5''he'fact that Mr.I I Il

'specialists in that line. It thought, I v I.. 'Bryan does not. receive any pay whatever I [ Edya onofAomeyeneraI f
A .from the Tallahassee for is known
however, that a Kentucky immune paragraph campaign speeches i '. WITH'TH
t J-j FOLLOWING BIG CAST INCLUDING
who has intelligence -
to
republican
every
will get the appointment." I True Democrat which has been goIng ,
enough; to occupy an editorial I To HARRY HERMS N ,' GERTRUDE HUTCHESC
the rounds of the press to the Supreme Court Bench
Tho following from the Arcadia position. The editor.referred to could I l j SCAR) RAGLAXD HL:::IE FRAZE
Champion. edited by Mrs. Nova C. effect that Blaxham and Fleming were ascertain from democratic.committee .. : \ALTER* B. SMITH LaEELLE LAURETTE
the only governor living of the If. he cared to know the : : C)SBORND CLEMSON .. STVNLEY FELCH
Child seems to call for a reply from .
old school true and tried has been truth.xthat Mr. Bryan's services were .
the ono guilty of the charge: i challenged by the Br nson Time.sDemocrat rendered! without any compensation. 'Tb0 first.attorney general elevatedto more, than a century before' regarded ;,AND THE'FAMOUS
If, as the Floridian'says;one bottle ? Mr. Bryan's campain work is 'a a place on the,supreme; bench was the uegro'race as so far inferior that
or whiskey elected Broward governor, Ihc True Democrat said source of expense to him' rather thana R B. Taney of MarylandReferring they had no rights which the white BROILER-@;

why were Ins opponents so badly.beaten 'that It was .a "pity those who have source of profit, for his traveling expenses to Taney the Baltimore Sun\ writer man was. bound to respect, and that

when they used rot one but many followed since their days of active amount to considerable for says: "He had been attorney general taey; were never spoken of except a? 60- PEOPLE-. 60 80-SONG HITS-S3
.' -,i bottles in the campaign? This' slander public'life do not command that same each campaign and his income from under General Jackson from 1831 until property. He also declared that the '
j is the most unreasonable one of lectures is cut off while he is at work 1S33 and had been out of the cabinet framers of the constitution held tile A PERFECT PRODUCTION PRESENTED I IN PERFECTION.

'S'L all to those who know the governor universal f9lnd respect"' and the in the campaign, but he is glad to be several. years when Jackson named same vie*s,. and said the Missouri -
'11 and his temperance proclivities. Cant BronRon editor, brings to light some able to devcte his time to a cause in him for the supreme court 'Two compromise'and all other acts restrict

w I our editors find anything better soS forgotten history in the following which he feels interested. and hopes. years, after Taney entered Jackson'* ing slavery' were unconstitutional For FRIDAY JANUARY'4th

occupy their pens than personalabuse maaner* to be able to give more and more cabinet 'Old Hickory: to whom Mr. several )ears after his death Taney ,

? They ought to try at least.. Dear dear, how time dulls thememory' time to politics each year. Taney had rendered important political bust' was' excluded from its place
His income I'; derived from his lectures services wanted to give him the among the chief Justices on the' wall
I The St. Augustine Record is ant i of man! If the True Demo- and writings, and thanks to a treasury portfolio but the senate refused of the court room. It stood in a tort Messrs. ,Martin & Emery'sColossal
I other of the state papers to enter'' crat would hark back to the old daysof generous public he is able to. make to confirm him. In January. of limbo in a niche in one of the

I a protest against John Stockton's t the that Blaxham rt'gimc" It would recall enough from these sources during a 1S35, Jackson nominated him as an Jlacupvpq''npar the senate (chamber Production of RichardWagner's

I proposed state ownership of the rail fervently no"cussed"governor than was ever he. .more The part of the year to enable him to devote -associate justice of the supreme court, and I Charles Sumner watched every Festival
Mystic Drama
the rent of his time to gratuitous but the senate, still adverse indefinably -anwowiation' bill to prevent an item t .
p roads. The following from the columns Disston sale scandal' alone caused .
service. This statement is mad in postponed the nomination. Better included to.authorize its purchase.
of the Record will not cause Blaxham to be painted so black that order that the' readers of The Commoner fortune attended hia appointmentto When Sumner
much of a surprise: ")Iu iclpal ownership .. Jennings and Broward would 'appear mat be able .to answer suds the chief Justiceship, on the death ther opposition to paying for it and

raIlroads 'finds very few as angels beside him. Bro. CollinsIs malicious misrepresentations! as' that of Marshall, in the, same year, and giving It its prOD r.place. Both of the PARS IF A LI
too old to make such breaks
supporters In the south. 'Indeed it for'the sake of"reflecting on a,governor even- put forth by the,Oklahoma paper; ,I though Taney was strongly opposed by attorney flatly generals whose nomination
Clay and Webster, he was confirmedby were rejected by the senate
will be a long. time before .the people whom he does ,not like. Farra'et'. Fig. a majority of fourteen rotes. He were.appointees General Grant. who

of this country" will care' to travel David O. Farragttt was but thirteen sat for twenty-eieht years in the ,'had more individual cabinet officers Adapted by Wm. Lynch Roberts and Presentedon
nnder guard. The American citizen ; # ;* J5 .I yean old when he served as midshipman chief justice's chair and was a Juristof then any other president and whose I

takes pride in the fact that he is fully ..; 'under Porter in the battle of the remarkable ability although ono of cabinet. chancres have been exceeded Scale,. of Grandeur Never Before Attempted
PRESS- ON DEFEAT OF- Essex against the Phoebe and Cherub. his opinions-the Dred Scott decision in number only by those of President
competent "to care for himself'. when g.* ANTI-PILOTAGE\ 'o;'5.s lie was taken to the Phoebe as a prisoner -arous Hl great indimation in northern Roosevelt Grant did not believe In Evening Performance at 7145: Prompt. Carriages atlt.

be travels. ; \ of war, says his biographer,' and states when rendered in 1857., In transferring cabinet portfolio to an- THIS COMPANY POSITIVELY DOES NOT LEAVE SAME NIGHT
t* % this opinion Justice Taney declared other. %b.en he made cabinet
came aboard crying from mortification.At Chief : a
The Journals prediction about Tam. Lambasted 'Hard. the same moment, however a British -i : that any person 'whose ancestors chance he nearir always put a new !PRICES: $2, $1.50, $1, 75c & 5Oo Scats.
pa "getting busy" on the extension < I were imported into this country: stan In the cabinet. Grant'* iwntnoM !
The annual defeat of the Llttlefield middy also came alongside with a '
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proposition which* the Tribune took :and held as slaves had no rtehts to who failed of rejection-Williams of -'

exception to seems to have come anti-pilotage bill having been accomplished young pig in his arms. I sue In a court in the United States. .Oregon, 5 and Hoar of Massachusetts: firmed as a-member of the court, was Maine, and In 1858 Buchanan aped ;::: >

true, 'if one would Judge from the until the, the pilots can take In.a 'The rest "A prize! A prizer be was tboating. :In other worlds; he denied citizenship were appointed at a time when the a native of"New: Hampshire who settled him as associate Justice of tin *
next'ship
comes
"Ho boys, a fine guntrIt to, any person who had been a slave supreme court had been the wtblectnrmuch in Maine and became a member preme court where he served twc-
Interviews of prominent. men in that .Llttlefield bill received lambasting was a pig that bad been a pet lathe or a descendant of a slave. Taney. controversy in the senate" of congress In 1839, servIng until three successive! years, or until :*
tty on this question. One of the largest enough this time, however, to kill it steerage of the Essex,where It:was with the sanction of the court a Edwin '}I. Stanton was nominatedfor 1843. Three year later he became death. In SSL Justice Clifford >

f property owners, and a leader in beyond. resurrecUon.ApalacblrolaTimes. called Murphy Farragut at once claimed declared that the framers and the" nnrerne court in -1869 by Polk's attorney general, and in 1848 one of the four members of the 511-

the political affairs of that county, S ': It as private property. ers of the DeClaration of tnd President. Grant but accordinr to the he was sent to Mexico as a United preme court who were members oteltctorial

recently went on record in favor of Satisfactory to South. "Yon are a prisoner and your pig did not include the negro race turth.1 Sun writer he liM immediately 8ftOf' States commissioner arrange terms commission in 1877 Jnt
the "Greater The defeat of the ,anti-compulsory too" replied the British middy. proclamation,that taIl. men are M* nornJnat1on.3iadban, sent In. The for the cession of California to the Clifford presided, and in.all test Tc1:
I Tampa" charter .in the f pilotage! bill in the house will be generally "We always respect private proper. I ed eons]/ and that the patriots Sun wrIter adds. "Nathan Clifford United States. ?tOn his return In 1849 the decision was so close that Jus*.;:eDradIe7'
following words: revolution and their ODe of the first he resumed the of "
satisfactory to the Interested ty" said Farragut, grabbing the pig attorney generals con- practice law in & vote was decisive.
"With what estate I own and am people of the southern states The -
and determined to hold on till forced to
Interested in. and what I represent for "': '; .
subject will now rest until the navigation surrender. '
the owners, I can probably speak for companies -
i- get. ready to try "Go It,.little lankeer: cried the oldsters -
outside '
5 more propertv-or at least as once more.-Tampa TImes. i '
; much-as any individual In Tampa. I pment. "If you can thrash '
;. am unreservedly for the expansion tf Too Dead to Skin. Shorty: yon shall have your pig."

,the city limits' to the, furthest possIble f That Iniquitous measure.-compulsory A ring was formed, and Shorty cam 1B1ithIIOJiIiII'I1IftiJi1BIItJfWij1 M
degree.' f pilotage bill-was finally defeated at FamgBt hammer and tongs,,but the !
i "There .is no'question but thata in congress last week. Our Flori American was handy with 'hl. fists.

1. consolidation'Into one municipality of'da members each took a shot at it, He quickly laid hia,opponent to*. The

,,nil"' the people and property that KO thus killing it too dead to skin '\re British bluejackets cheered him heartily _t1 ;To,Cur., er weney fteftme4, Your Merchant. So. Why Mot,Try ITT vrioe, SOo. Retail.
akA un the actual belle
city of Tampa hope-Carra Advertiser and the.pig i was declared t, be bls.j.it FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.' ..



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PeNeACOLA-- JOURNALcWEDNtDAY- MORNtN3-. DECEMBER. 21. 1Oe. PActS. FIVe'
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"I. *. A" RECEPTION WAS.,MONTHLlMISERY. :: (:, : : -



PEOPLE AND EVENTS : FEW-


BOXES. l. GIVEN HENRY is one of." woman's J worst. afflictions. ;.It always leaves :, ,.

a OF ,you weaker, antf is" sure to :shorten your life and make 1

BY AURELIE} MAREAN. BERNARD. '
-NUNNAL- YJS ;your \beautyfade. To stop 1 pain,take Wine of Cardui and .

No' Bee Befor.3 P. Nt : HORStER .
Telephone t No. sa After 3 P.. N.I CANDIES, : it will help to relieve your misery, regulate your func- ;


LEFT. tions, make you well, beautiful and strong. It is are- -z .t-R. -


-- ., _THEY ARE'FRESH. 1 JJacbonville'Knights of Py- liable remedy for dragging down pains, backache, head- / }


Pretty Character Party. The Journals: Daily Faskion,.Feature ,I II .. !1 I' thias Honor Grand :ache, nervousness, irritability, sleeplessness" ", .dizziness, ;

Last r t .
Given Night.Miss '
Lillie. Williams and Miss Amy I. : Chancellor.Last fainting spells-, and similar troubles. A safe;and efficient : {

Bnggs gave a character party last
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night to their many friends the large evening. Hon Henry Horsier, medicine. for all women's. pains and sickness. : L- i
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aten&ance testifying to their populariy of, Pensa 'ola, grand! chancellor of the ij
as hostesses. Sol Cahn & Go Grand' Lodge of Florida Knights of Mrs. J. L. Broadhead danton,AIawrltes: "I 1 have : --, ; -.1
me color scheme was red and '.. Pythias, was greeted by a large ,concourse !

preen the ,decorations oelng, holly, The Pure Food Storo, of members of Montiflorc used Cardui for disease which was one to : '
peculiar {
my ,
mistletoe and ferns. '. .... ';.":.i ; : alhwcstC Carper.laln! .M'toURtfeiicia I Lodge, No. 2, and S.. S. Davis Lodge,
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One room represented a snow scene ;: : -: :.r. '' '1"80'1.t Kov 13; and the ,reception extended I "
and .it has cured -
Phones
completely me.-
.nd was lovely in filmy white. This I I him was most;enthusiastic and cordial ; women. t; 1

room however, met with quite a serious Z f .,says the Jacksonville Metrooolis. fAT

!-ome! accident manner early the decorations in the afternoon.became In I .. I I Grand C. West Master..also officially,of Excheou Wimaml ALL DRUG STORES, IN $1.00 BOTTLEStNB1T1:11s : t

ignited and ,In a few minutes were i lodges, and shared In the'honors. The J i
ablaze. For a little time it seemed asa I i-I address of Mr. Horsier was a yprvj, '
4000
the accident was going. to result i 4000! able.'and Infresticar! one and his eloquent I'
seriously but the fire, was soon ex- 0t words on ?Pythianism provoked : A UCTXOtdorribinj > WINE
tinguished. The room was cleared t 1 I rounds of applause.. | { fully B year syvpton* I.
redecorated and when the I Records. and we will send you Free Advice I :
and guests What?
I Why, I [ Jrithe year he has visited many bi plain seak cnvctogc. lane,*
CARDUI.i
arrived little trace of the accident was I lodges in the State and noted much Advisory Dept., The ChstUneoeMedidqe OF

visible.Delightful. Edsion 35c, Columbia 25c. : prosperity among them. Mr. West J10 Co.,Chattanooga- ,Lena : r I -'
: refreshments of ices. in I spoke briefly and to the point, and ., .
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I red end green were served. Victor'35c 60c and 100. i was heartily cheered Others 'addressing -
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E"DDnH5[) i!p ...HIDH.-- ,.
1 Concordia Christmas l .1. Commanders the meeting:Walter were S Rnssel Chancellor and- p .
You record :
,: Tree Monday Night.Many ,9 r can get any you I C. H. .Goldsmith. H. IL Rlchardsonl'it FOR COLD FEET---I.. ::

: little children will be delighted want at the i James Douts, Dr. J. '
to know that the big Christmas tree Frank O Miller General William H.S'bring. R .I<
'of the Concordia Club, will be given Edward Williams Charl ..
n Monday evening. By that time Clutter Music House. I Boot'*.. Thomas Cole lm$ on. Dr. Jacob B .Ask to be shown. pair of our :
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he children will have become tired : Cahn. P. M. Ul ch.;Walt r D. D*. .
of their Christmas trees and toys Machines going daily at $1 Cottes. }lr.. Cole. Theodore W. Wobb :
4t home and will be ready for a new Gen W Thames, General E.. Muriel i CUSHION SOLE SHOES I :

''hristmas tree somewhere else. per week. and others. 9ll }
:banta: Claus will, have charge of The rank of e!'c uir*> was imm-pssivo.

riie tree and the- children of ; club Do own one? ly conferred by Mr. West and his famous .
you
members who are each allowed to In- team. a Ladies'$3.50.'Gent's $4.50. ..
'nte their little friends will be pres- At tho conclusion of the hiehlr entertaining l
.nt, and not one child will be for got ---- -- t and 'Inspiring exerciser

I attacked and overthrown, 'If neces- piears and refreshments were servedin 1'.i va =
ten.The tree will be lighted by small abundance. .." <
to restore the grounds to the use
,ncandescent electric lights, which sary .. Penacola Shoe Parlors
of the public when not being used Grand Chancellor Hor?J r h on1of
give such a charming effect- .and whichare ..(' : for fair purposes, legal opinion having the leading citizens of West Florida )
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safe. : f
so perfectly :
: a gentlemen of winning rson-i
win \ I been secured: to the effect that A ,
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After the Christmas tree there
,7' the city has a perfect right to eier- .1Itv. cn"msD"'n talents and hay Cor -Intendencia and Baylen Streets. \ i
tie dance which will be enjoyed by ;
a : w. i
: i cis its control In this respect It d\<;tiTlvlli< "Pd hi!" 5 lf In the work of i
the older people present., : P. : the Knirfits of Pvthias ord* in'the (
-I' is claimed that the fair grounds belong r. .1II.- ...Jt.-'al4pl11i____HHH3H.3
'to the city and is uierefore a councils of whfca he'stllnds very' -- snC
public park and the property of all ,
ToDay.The the and that should have .nrorrwss' of the order in Florida wasw "
wedding of Mfss Hela Agnes .. . .. .people toqU8e they all and >mor "*nsiv0'and showed It'toba,
.: : "i'' the .right Kit at times -
Gonzalez and Mr. Robert HargisMc'Gulre. without let or hnderance} : one of the greatest powers for goodIn

I occurs today at eleven o'clock COAT FOR LITTLE GIRL.. The matter will be taken up by the state. [ : :
1, a. St. Michael's Catholic church. .?. : the council again at its next meet- I Buy Now Pay Later :
This wedding will'unite two of Fn- A very attaretiVe model for a little girl's coat is shown in the sketch, ing and some defiite action taken on THE DRAPIER LETTERS. : :

sacola's most popular people, the bridebeing the design being practical: for either broadcloth, silk or velvet. The long it. according tuthe general understanding
a young lady of very .Iweet'dh- stole fronts were cut in ono with the wide square collar,.this section being at this! time. Dean Iwtn's. Battle For the RICl1ti 1
\ position and charming personality edged with;a'narrow band of fur and an applique of he.vy.white' Irish 'This is being ,done by the councilin ., Il'ela. .
who numbers her friends by the lace The coat was belted inwith astrap of the cloth and the full puff view of tae fact that much com- The Drapier letters, six of which I.
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core. The young groom f is nell and ,sleeves were finished with deep cuffs of lace and fur. plaint has been made about the signed""1L B. Drapler. appeared in a i There's, no need not being'able to give with,such a ; \,

I ( grounds being leased to private par- Dublin newspaper.in 1724 mark an era

favorably:known,in Pensacola,having ties and closed'to the public. after in Irish history. They were the workof i wonderful 1 selling plan as this. Rockers $L25 to $15. i. '
NATURE SPARES CONTROL OF the.fair closes.t.aWhat -
residechhere most of his life Dean Swift, the author of '-"Gulli .
The Stricken Rose From Griof. There will be oily two attendants, 1 ver's Travels." The occasion: calling : D.ruggets.$6 to $15. Sideboards $15 to $65. Clocks, i ,

i lti;hat' a fortunate provision of na- :Miss Eva Gonzalez, the pretty sisterof FAIR GROUNDSTAMPA the'Jury Thomght. them'forth was the grant.of.a patentIn \\.1
Hare it It, that deprives the rose of the bride, a* maid of honor and I "Flatman. I hear 'you were arrested 1723 to William Wood an Englishman : Pictures Ranges. Mattings; Shades and everything Z t :
mental suffering* for how poignant :Mr. VVm. King the best man. the other day for insulting and browbeating bf Birmingham; to coin halfpence : for : I" '
the home.MARSTON
'would' be its grief to discover in the The bride will wear a handsomesuit a Janitor. How did'yon come and farthings to the extent of 108,000to Z required ., + J' j
'height of its blooming glory! that a of champagne broad cloth, madeas CITY COUNCIL TO .INVESTIGATE outr"I be current In Ireland, where there Z
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I canker fed at Its heart, and that its a going-away gown, and the maid VALIDITY OF LEASETO was tried for it and acquitted." was a deficiency of copper coinage. ++ +. c'', "_i iI
beauty and fragrance .I
were doomed of honorwill be dressed in a tailor + -
"On the ground that It was justifi Public In Ireland was In a state '-' t
forever. Nature feeling
always spares die made suit of wine colored broad cloth: ASSOCIATION.' .
suffering; she U ,a, veritable .store- The happy couple will leave on the abler I of irritation at Its treatment by England I .+. .:-}." .!
house of pleasing rewards for those nooa train for an extended wedding "Tvo; the jury'couldn't be, made",to I and Swift took advantage of this + ;;' ..
who seek her aid. In the years gone i journey. % 'Arrangement are' being perfectedfor believe such a thing was. Pos bJe.- coinage business to advocate the rightsof & :h
by falling hair and grayness 'have (a legal inquiry Into the right to Chicago Tribune. Ireland. Under the mask of a plain, i QU1NM .f'' .'
cast a gloom over the lives of thousands Southern Presbyterian use the state fair grounds, says the honest patriotic tradesman he coun- '

the of Investigations young women of scientists but thanksto the Tampa Times. ,I Study ,TovncU seled an true patriots not only to re- i 1 108x110 S. Palafox? .St. Phone 149. Pensacola, :1a.N t "
Christmas Tree.The The city contends that the liberal
In order to of the ,inside of
judge
true cause of hair destruction fuse to take, the new coinage' but to .
now
is
known to be a germ or parasite that Southern .Presbyterian Sunday terms the under association which it was leased for the the parkto others.study your own, for men in gen refrain 'from using any English manufactures ........... .. ... .1....*...+N....NN..+..+...++.+ ,
burrows into the hair follicles' New school was tendered,an elegant Christmas pur- eral are very mach alike and thoughone whatever. The result was ---- ----- --- f'i
bra's Herpidde. absolutely destroy tree by Mrs.Geo C.' Stanford 411 and pose not of helping for the along a worthy of promoting cause. has one prevailing passion and an- tremendous. No one would take woody v V+ v. '. ,1
this germ thus permitting the hairto South Alcanlz street, Christmas eve. purpose other has another their
yet operationsare
money, and associations were formedfor
private gain and that it was the understanding
grow as nature Intended. There was a Urge atendaoce-; many THE NEW ENGLANDThe ,
much the same and whatever engages i-
The
that outside oi the use refusing the currency. publication -
For sale by W. A. D'Alemberte being! present in addition to the mem :
ilrugglst and apothecary. 121 South tats of the Sabbath 6chootThe of the grounds for state purposesthe or disgusts pleases or offends of the .first,. three letters had so

Palafox street, or send lOc in stamps hall, beautifully decoratedand city was to have and- exercise Its yon in others will .engage disgust.,. roused the .temper Ireland that it Watch for the great American people. ) 'I

for samnle to The Herplcide Co., Detroit the reception was room, where the full rights. please or offend others in you.-Ches was now easy for Swift to come to the I have them ranging from$2.00 up; also a full line ', ?
It Is stated that the fair associa- terfield. I
Mich. real point of issue. In the fourth let-
tree stood was also decorated with Waltham and Elgin Watches well as i
as Jewelry
misttetoe and Christmas bells tion, under its lease, has rented the ter he accordingly heats of the royal -
hciey fair grounds to a private person fora neT Knew Him.Enos and that be beat
of various colors. range .or..pasture, or something of -It seems'that Graphter's acquaintances prerogative. She government instantly fancy goods at prices can't 1: 'hi
For After a lew songs and remarks prayer that kind, and that the place'is clos- all shrewd took alarm and offered reward of '
a Strictly
High-Grade are: very peo
was'offered by Mr. J. N. Andrews, ed to the public.Complaint 300 tor'tbe discovery of the author of J. F. DAVIS
Jff
pIe.' Jenks-Did .he tell yon that? ,
Street .
sopenntendent) of the Palafox has been made concernlug this fourth letter. Its printer was
Sunday-school;"followed, by>eong selected this state of affairs and the council Knox-He Implied as much. He an- thrown Into prison. But all was la Br.nt Building, 23 s. PaUfox Street. < .-:;: 1 ft

Perfume Use 1 for the occasion by Mrs.. An- in a quiet way, has become nounced anybody the other a dollar.day that-Philadelphia Le doesn't.owe i vain. The government yielded to the - /' >' 111

drews. wrathy about it and proposes now to storm. Wood's patent was surrendered 1 r :
,After addresses by Dr. Cushman have the lease tested unless the fair Ledger the patentee being indemnified bya a
F
Y and Mr. George Stanford the presentswere t'association will allow, the use of the grant of 3000 yearly for twelve
Femlaine Amenltiti.
distributed. While this was being grounds 10 the public Instead of Thus..through the force and anImation
done Dr.: Cushman amused the "Yes. dear I was married last month. years. Tho Climax of a Meal j'
,
keeping them closed lor .the, benefitof of Swift's arguments, victo- \
little people with a song. "The Char- I'd like you to call on me and see the
"JANICE"TradeMark coal Man,".which was enjoyed by the The private validity persons.of the lease is to be pretty little flat I have. riously terminated the first grand y
older people as well' as the younger Tve seen him.my dear!"-Life. struggle for the independence of Ire- "Jackson Square Coffee"
ones. -----. lanaWLondou TitBits.MEN'S. t

After the presents were. distributed i Every being that can DYe can do
v artther song was rendered by request.Dr. ;;::; I lomething. This let him da-Carlyle.
Cushman' closed the ceremony "The Best... Is We] Sell'We Always the same, in. flavor as well. as in price. 25 : t:

with'the doxology and wished all a cents pound. ;
The highest achievement of Merry Christmas.Ihe .' 'Good Dog per, .'
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have a ".. The brave Newfoundland bad Just
IMPORTERS COFFEE CO. Ltd. Ii
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the Christmas tree to be given by rescued hiS young master from. the. ,
perfumer's art. the East Hill Baptist church will be :Full line .boiling surf. WETWEATHER S 1 ifa ;!I

on Thursday night, instead of Wtdnesd&y : "My dog. too" said L'Oignon pensively H
We are anxious to have .
you night,as at first announced.
OF "once saved my life. --- : _

PERSONATMENTION. "Tell us about It." said Tete de Yean _
try our '
New Year's EatablesSuch with eager interest
,
."I sold him -for$3." said
JANICE CREATIONSThe Mr. P. L. Rollo and Mr. Sam Hollo ""when I was nearly starving.VOlgnon.1 PIANOS GOOD PIANOS
formerly of The Journal force, but as SHOESOurs 2
:cw of Montgomery, were.in the city Oranges 1! .
Foil Price.
I yesterday, en route to Pinewood, San- I
ta Rosa where they to Apples Mrs: Skrimper-One can never be-
Janice Perfume, have a family-county,reunion Mrs. go P. L. Grapes lieve one-half that Isjsaid In advertise A good piano is cheaper in the end, in the beginning .) .
ments. Biasfold & Tating had an advertisement : at $2.50 and fI
Rollo preceded them a few days and
Janice and'all the time.A .
Cold Cream, joined Mr. Rollo ,on his. arrival in Bananas in yesterday's paper saying $350 will turn water; I I .

Janice Beauty. Powder. Pensacola,' Pin apples', Mrs.that Bargalnhunter everything was-Yen.marked I saw down.It will keep the feet dry Watch for 79c is nevertheless a watch if.i

Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur ,Nelson' of St. Lemons -Well, it was false. I and warrn; will last
Mrs. Skrimper
We leave the future use to Louis Merchants are in the."city Mr.and. and are Mrs.el guestsat GrapcJ Fruits bought two postage stamps there this equal to many costing a I A suit of clothes for the largest man at $L98 is : '

your good judgment son have many friends in Pensacolawho Also. morning and I had to pay as much as dollar more; will 'give still a suit. -:
will4 pleased to learn that they Nuts ever for them. '

will be here until the *net of. the week. perfect satisfaction.. Buy I Yet these articles are dear because worthless. -
--,' Raisins .. Toe-Soak ..... a pair for Christmas.
The friends of Miss Madge Maclay Dates They say the' birds are timId! Great tee
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Every kind for The sar> thing is true cheap pianos-pianos
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will be pleased to learn that she fi heavens, to be so small and lovely In a everybody :

is able. to be up?after a' very serious Figs i world of hawks. and snares and yet which are made like. lightning and sound like thunder Z
illness.It -
Stuffed Dates f dare to sing as If the gods were good! I 4 i l
-after little ,
HOOT0N'SPHARMACy is in the flavor. Try Blue Ribbon Stuffed FigsRosellall.Gere1ds Iln all the wide,creation-there-'nothing ... -. -, a use. .
Vanilla. Absolutely pure;, goes twice braver than the heart of a'singIng i .
A KranTch & Bach Lester Packard Casscll
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as. far and the Blue Ribbon Flavor"Is r bird. ,

perfection.' Ask:..for the 25c' size. t I Clutter Piano, 'last a life time and are always good.
T't.BoG JU4* Bite.
Sboe Co.
,Is your liver on...duty today? It ; pit Riera.
":"without Director Say* my, man.how I* See them at the Clutter Music: House-oldejt '
often lays off your permission.
r that $Shakespeare1 states ft standing
., L. L. 1*' (Lamar's Ltmon ,Lara THE FANCY GROCERS.. ,,4)n the. pedestal"marked 'Scott? Attendant Cor. Palafox: .and Romana Ste.V and largest t' in the state.
The Binh
p ice of Prompt Deliver Uve) puts. It on regular duty and doesit 116 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. '! -:He most bare got ii. base oa ; ;

Phone 1100 quickAll druggists, aOc. Phone 891 .I'I an error:,'sir.-Brooklyn Life. I

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. THE PENSACOLA- JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY. MORNING! DECEMBER, 26,. 1 g 0 s.:
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.1 I PENSACOLA REAL ESTATE I Ii Insurance & Real l Estate, For' Rent 'We ; An. Abstract.. Free $22With i



i Is Enhancing In Value Each .Day i :UponDeLtiii: 'StNOWREADYPour. $25 Cash, JO per i iI



WE OFFER A FEW. BARGAINS' i sold Real on estate commission.bought Rents and t SellLots.! I These Lots rL"0"51: :: i if


short and
to on holdings our
WWch wttl 1 realise a good profit you '
complete lilt It always open for your inspection. : collected and repairs attended rooms over Chamber, of < tt f

to. Commerce at'from $4 to :
Improved Property. : : 1\ I have 40 lots between 9th, 10th and 11th streets and between .

'tOO-Win buy a new one-story cottage on East Gadaden street centrally Can place your money on. .$1:5Q each peiin'bnth... ... >:- '. .. 18th and 19th avenues; two blocks from the:East Hill car line. One :

located. 1 real estate at 8 cent.. Clean i light 'and ,airy. .. block from the bayoU; I offer this property at $%25.00 per lot, $23.09 .
and store building/ on the northeast p Happy .; New
12200- buY a 2-story dwelling : and prosperous: : down and the balance .at $10.09 per month. I will CHARGE NO I. .

3JS9-CeU corner a of bargain Garden In and 6 cottages 10th avwiue.on large corner lot, centrally- located FOR RENT. 'Modern conveniences. year to" aU our 'friends. and pa- I TEREST AND NO TAXES AND WILL FURNISH AN ABSTRACT :

; on Welt End renting at $463 per y..r. : READY,ABOUT Jan trons. WITH EACH LOT FREE OF COST. This Is the cheapest property
FJ t mG-Takea a very'desirable brick building, centrally located. on large lot, 6-room house, all modern I ever offered on these terms in the City of Pensacola.,
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L?. and carrying .tease of five year at PIN per year. i ,uary .20th-New threej j i

- conveniences, corner Jackson contain- We Take This I You can't buy Lots for Cash in this locality any cheaper. We Offer .

: Unimproved Property. Guillemard.. story: building, I them on terms that:.you can't afford to miss. These terms pm .

4 2 $2000 for tO butldlng tots on North Will, fronting two streets. *. .ing tvvo, stores on ground I you-in the. same position as if you were buying nearly two yean :

J $6300-Gate a bay front location, containing 15 lots, In .business,center. floor and twelve rooms : means of expressing our appreciation from TIOW :.at prices asked for now. .
... to those who have favored. '
: More fortunes are made in Real tEstate' than In anything else. 4

City Maps.Have .. LESLIE E. BROOKS on second and third ,with their business during the past I. You may lay the foundation of your fortune by Investing a few t
year with..assurance that .It will,
JOD si p-to-dite map of the city Phone us for one, or send $2.00 floors. All modern ,con- I ,always,receive careful and prompt X dollara'in' these lots at this time.. ..

] by mail.Rent Collections and Fire' Insurance. Real Estate I veni nces. I attention through our office.. 1 b-l'eve at a conservative estimate that ,these lots will Increase

In value 40 per cent by the time they are paid for on these terms. :

; Given especIal attention. We solicit a char of your patronage.i and Insurance. For terms see F. F.. I i. .


4: i i HOOTON & WATSON i| Phone 462. 113- S. Palafox. I' Bingham or I If You Have Ii':'" LESLIE F BROOKS( Real Estate and Insurance .:


McDAVlD-IIYER CO. : anything to sell, want to buy, borrow a Phona462 112S.PaVnSt!

THE RENTAL AGENTS, : I .or lend 'money or Fire Insurance I : i

remember we will be' gladto I........... ...........................& .............
REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSURANCE.. THE BEST YET! Afltnt. New York I have' you 'talk. it" over with us

No. 37 South Palafox St. Phone 54 : Life Insurants Company. first. -

Established 1879. t t 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST.. STORES FOR RENT,

X4 4....M.M.............*.....*...*..+..... ......? We have for sale lots in block 101. East I Phone 700. Pensacola. Fla.

King Tract at J100 earn. $a down and fe I FOR RENT-From January 1 1907 the
-- per month. No interest and no taxes ,
until paid for.
HELP WANTED. I WANTED. double stores Nos. 9 and J J
We have a nice comfortable house on L S BROWN & CO. two-story JJt
North Coyle street that we can sell for .
trade. to ;(
ANTED-1'tIen' to lftrn barber \VANTED-My friends and patrons
(;r4t demand for barbers. Top ages know that.I will be In Pensacola the $1100 on easy payments.; S. Palafox street and warehouse in rear 40 by
r al4. Hundreds of good opportunities" to remainder of the winter. Am preparedto We have nice six-room with REAL. ESTATE, LOANS AND ,
a cottage _
small capital, leweKs do piano and tuning. and repairing For Sailet
4 open world", business for complete poor with man.Best Catalogue chance in mailed the guaranteed at reasonable.Order organ prices by phone-' Satisfaction 1401- ,J. near large hard lot. on road.East that Hill we on can car line cell and for \ INSURANCE. 70, now occupied by W ffi. Johnson & Son

ISOOO This is of the best bargains
frt. llohkr Barber College New Or- Conrad Scott, 1330 15th avenue. 22declw offered here recently.one Will to carry .
23declw agree F. C RENT Brent
J-.nJII. La. WANTED-Position by experienced stenographer a mortgage for large amouat of purchase Phone 918 Thiesen Bld .- Apply to Building.
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letter j: Can price at per cent.
WANTED-Al bookkeeper Apply bf Legal work preferred. '
at once (not in person). One who furnish One hundred and three hundred
fifty by
)>u experience in retail store preferred. J.. Box %78. ISdeclOt .
feet on Little Bayou with two
\Vatson cottages FOR RENT-Desirable offices in the Brent
1r.sestate salary expected ,
renting for $11 $3000
month. $1500.
per .
Part r.& Reese Co. 23degSAX tfIE PUBLIC know that the B. 1L .' -
Fairchild Co.. IB now prepared to renovate Ten kits on public' near the Y-'t r. : :
earns square
i >y INTELLIGENT PERSON may all, kind of mattresses, pillows and Stoddard property very cheap at JS5 ., for 212.West Wright street, a very desirable UP-TO-DATE Building. -
$;. to $100 monthly corresponding for bolsters, in first-class style and at low- 8-room and residence: ,with.
newspapers. Sure steady work.- -Ze -eat-pcee: ." Hmg'up phfine 485 write P. '- large lot. )
q canass'ng! Experience unnecessary, I O box:.483 or call la East Garden street. 2-story 10-room house, with plot of

Lockport Feml for,. N particulars.- Y. Press syndicate.Jldac3mWANTED j upstairs.: : 7 9declm D. HALE WILSON & CO. ,. ---=-:..$ '.., ground 140x200 feet. In excellent local LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE :RAILROAD COMPANY.Through .

j I WANTED TO RENT-A large house ity;. % cash, balance' on time. Modern '
-White girl to do general close In. Will lease it If term are de- 30 S. PALAFOX STREET and Local TimeTables: Between Penaacola and Points North.
houaewock.APPY! 1102 East Gadsden. sirabio. Address Mrs. A. M., Cue Journal + $1875''or -: imp !ve_ enlll.: -
I Btreot. dec2w I .* : <- : =: 27nov : i READ DOWN READ UP
Price $5500. Trains No. Trains No.
PHONE 234. : .; ,
} Nor fit Side of Government
WANTED-Manager: for branch office we I W.k."TED-Some one of means who will : COJeettm. the I 4 3 1
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wish to with locate references here in Pensacola.The Moms. Ad- care 'tot and educate bright boy. 14 of Uaxent-tr :et. by street.IK feet has 9ntbe..tIIlde a*large 2- =. -. '. -.. 1lOpml2IOprnl! Lv.................Pensacola...................Ar 5OOamJ! 4:OOpn)
rire old.: Home
Wholesale* Uouse, Cincinnati Ohio. years Mrs. Wm..l"Iaher.Apply President.Peart: Eagan ISnov or sUry, storeand dwelling house.On same. 8:3 am C:3s pm Ar...............Montgomery.................Lv.Lv 9:35pm11[ :ISaro
FOR :; : *- ; :--t *: ? FOR; RENT. 11 45am\ 9 Zoarni Ar.. .....Birmingham. I 20pm! 33am
lldeclm SALE. : :
WANTS-All kinds beer bottles. I pay 25pm; 3:37am Ar..::::::::....:..Nashville.::.::::::::::::::Lv 8:4;am t< S:Zanu

TYPEWRITER OPERATOR WANTEDto ISo vzen. I hanok. all trading Brands FOR SALE-A modern wonder. The -,., Two large brick stores? 140 and 106;' 7:40pm 37am| Lv..................Nasnvllle............!.......Ar 8:31 am) 0am,
take dictation from office grapho- of wIc",". berni ana whisKies, and still chanical accountant me- 1:0 lam 8:15am| Ar............... .Evansville .*............... Lv t 3:OCaml 20pm
;honc. No knowledge of stenography manufacture that well-established coi gh brains. Adds multiplies.saves substracts.men money divides East side of Tarragona street, between 7:40am IIOpm1 Ar .................St. Louis ................. Lv 4dpm! 3:3pOm.Ar

need..... None but expert operator need medicine. Joe Roth corner Tarrag na by simply pressing the ke>s. Easy Money:: to loan at lowest market rate Eomana and Intendencia. Elegant location 8:00pm 47amL Lv............._.....Nashville................. i SlTaxnI! 2:loan,
appl. Densmore machine used. Apply and Government Sts. lloct to operate. Absolutely accurate.: Two of interest.Mortgages for: warehouse purposes. .$35.00 2:10am, 8:40am) Ar.........;........Louisville..................Lv 1 2:45a.ml) 9'Vpr.Lv :
in person at once to The lutter Music sets dials by which can prove work as on'real-estate .in this -eitr 20am 12:20pm/|.Ar....:..............Cincinnati................. ((10:50pm{[ &:jp::
House. 11 dec TAILORING I.. Diamond. TeUor; done. Has no lever. Casts but little. A. bought and sold. per month for the two.
Oent clothing cleaned pressed and repaired modem wonder. Every office snouid have All of the Maxent Tract west of '''C'' BETWEEN PENSACOLA. MOBILE AND NEW ORLEANS.
on short notice. 'No 11% West I one. Terms M. A. Co., Box 723, Pensa street now for sale. THOSe JPSIB -
Government SL. Penaacola. Fla cola. Fla. 23declm EV. 6&12&34&1 3& 2 1&45&10
BOARD AND ROOMS.FOR .' .
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WANTED R. Blngham-wants your S 7:OOam'll: :Oapmlll: 5aml Lv ------.Pensacola.; ....... Ar I 9.00am) fOOpml! Ii.
moving and hauling. lie guarantees FOR SALE-Four: fine mules two double '0.. Romana and 10:45aml 2:Sam{ 4llpmI Ar ..........Mobile..........Lv ((12:10am.11:53am: '.
? RENT-Furnished rooms with priv breakage. Phone 430i wagons. with harness. all in first-class' ,Palafpx.... 30pm\) 7J5am| 4l2pmI] Ar..New Orleans...... Lv I 8lipmf--------|
g of light housekeeping, 212Vest condition. Can be seen at.my place. corner -
G'esory 2adeclm! i WANTED-The Merci...nts Transfer Co. 9th avenue and 10th street. D B. 'i. .
I wants your movn:: and hauling All White. 20declw FLOMATON PENSACOLA RIVER JUNCTION AND JACKSONV1U.E6 -
FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms suitable I breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thors-n.Proprleto Fisher-Real Estate Agency FOR SALE.FOR I I 1 I 3 I Trains 'do nostop ala eta2 I( I 4 ,-
*'. Phon 57*. ,
for light housekeeping FOR SALE AT A UIGAIN Harness I \
AI'PIIJ i Daily | Daily | Dally ) tions where no time shown r Dally I Dally OJ.I:1
street and
West Chase located
factory tannery. conveniently -
"ANTED-All kmds of electrical work.I new buildings and up-to-date 'ma- SALE-Good turpentine place at bargain 4:55pm| 2 30pm| 2:50am| Lv ....Flomaton..Ar 12:Jaaml 1:4ipm.a.: \ .
lARGE front room. nicely furnished I sell all kinds of electrical batteries chinery. Address "factory" Care this COLLECTION OF BENTS ASPECIALTY. .Plenty of timber and bands. Ad- 5:00pm: 2;35pm| 2 55am| ........Century......... 12:40amf J8pm' '1.3-' :.
with or without board. Phone &6a 415 anl other electrical supplies. When you paper. 16dec2w u' dress 'MoO> Box 135, Panama City Fia.25declm. 07pm 41pm: 3:05am..Blue Springs..:... .12:33am| 1:3lprr'' I' .In
i need me ring 545 cr '1'5. E. W. Peake. ..
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:! 5:17pm. 2:51pm. 3:20am..hlcDavld.12:22am 29pm :;
West Gregory. 22declw ) .
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:i New Star undrv.BldJP:. C. Garden. FOR SALE-Two launches: one 2*:O.-A. 5:30pm 3:04pml. 3:36am ......Pine Barren........ ...12:08am' 1)6pml{ ; "
FOR REVT-One large room furnishedor : WANTED: -second-hand sacks of all descriptions a% feet beam; oak timbers; white cedar TREES-Shade, ornamental or fruit trees 5:39pm 3:13pm. 50am .. .. .... ....;..... .11:53pm 1pjJmj< t,-'
unfurnished Apply 24 ix>uth Spring wanted. If out of town ship planking: copper fastening; equipped with Pone 87. 206 S. Palafox St. of all kinds, also hedge pants furnishedand '. | 04pm. .:.....:.QuintetteCottage ......-.. 'l11pm'l2:5prn": : '.
street only 2 blocks from Palafox. ISdec them'to.US' if in town ring us up at No. an 8 1LP 2-cyIinder 2 cycle Wolverine planted bv S. Jackson Best on terms C 5:43pm..e. 4:11am .;..!.. Hill....s... .11:44pm;'13:53pm'. 1 ;ta'
to suit references.
X34 or bring them to us at corner of: engine. She has half-cabin, Speed ..H a .! S :,l> S.purchasers.Jackson, Address 4:15amOlpaii i......Cantonment....... .11:40pm,| 12:SOpir, 7..:la
FQR REVT-Rooms for rent with privilege hase and Alcaniz Sts. F. S. Mellen! & miles and in fine running condition. Price City 2adecl? e <: 3:34pm": 4:23am03pmj ........Gonzalez..........; '11:3Spm.U:4pm:: 7:2a;
.of light housekeeping Phone. and 'I C9. ZSjuiy sso. Also one' 19-foot launch 6-foot FOR SALE-Pointer S : I. 3:36prn'! 4:25am.Roberta.; ........... .11:33ptn"12:41pm,. 724a:! '
Path. Apply 900 East Jackson St. 9deckOOMS beam IV* ILP. kerosene engine copper markedV Liver and puppies white., beautifully S C:ISpmi* 3:4opm'" 4:40am. ...........Ollve.-....... ..11:22pm 'lZOpin': '. 7:1.a""
fastened in good working. order. Price *os bam June 22 Sold one to Royal L. Jin-S. 1lpmt :3:61pm 48am ............BrentGoulingi.......... .11:Ispm .12:21pm 7:09ai'
TO RE"T-Best in city. Mrs. M.1 MONEY TO LOAN. $150. Apply King &. Runyan, PensacolaICdec. Brown W. A. McCreary Evergreen, Ala. ( 3:54pm,* 4:5am::: ....,.... ._........ ..11:llpm .12:16pm 7:055! ,
B. Preston 1i'i4 East Government 9dec St. I I Some Very 23d ec 6;30pm'Trams; 00pm_'stop )on 5:00am signaLS Ar..Peusaco1a..Lv* : 11 05pm 12:IPpm 7;OOp: I

THOS PEBLEY-Money to loan. FOR SALE-Two buggies rheap -
ROOMS-Nicely furnished upstairs. con- stairs corner Paiaox. and Roman Up-Sts. Apply 104 East Wright street.very ISdeclm FOR SALE-Almost new Victor disc I 1 | 3 hTrams do-not stop-at stations where no I 2 4 I Ii'Dally .
lenient to car line with or without I Iboard. 8dec Phonograph with large born, and 12 (Daily Daily| time is shown. I(Daily Daily!,Val
1202 East Gadsden street.. Desilrablle :.IHlomes records. \VI11 make splendid Christmas ... ..
FOR SALE-Thoroughlv good piano and Address 422 West iOOI 7:00t Ls-.i..a ..Pensacola..Ar- 11:11. "
Sdeclm I I UNLIMITED amount "of money to loan almost new Apollo Piano player with present.. Gregory2Jdec5t: ..... 6O: 7:13 ._................Bobemla........_.......... .......I.to. : 1". ..
I': on alt kinds of personal property Spe- about fifty pieces of select music for ...... : 1i:2'' 7:15: .._.,.............'.<:tull Point..... .......... .10ZZ :JOf:: >31....
MCELY FURNISHED without ROOMS for rent.ith .. HaJ rates to business men on large loans. sale cheap to quick purchaser. Address, for Sane SHIP CHANDLJSRS-McKInsle Opting ;;..... 5.:5(...... .1.1'........YolestTa......:...........!.. ..... 19.W .... .
or board. Table board.rtoae. I: The New/York Loan Co., 204H South F. E. Mariner Bohemia Fla. 12dec & Co.. wholesale and retail ship Chandlers .,".. 5:291:18, ...i..wI..E.0C8mbia .....l._.,:..... ..'l0'l0:47.: $ ." .
gas and bath. No. 3 Palafox.27nov I I Palafox. Phone 920 22dec and grocers. Only first-class I FOR SALE-200-arpent country place, 7 of kind in city. Fair prices to all. .}.... 5:45..... '..t............ ....harp .................... ......'.10:31..-..... ,
I i UNLIMITED amount of money to loan on miles from Pensacola. short mile ,west .:..... 6:577:35 ..........GaltCUy ................ ..,.... .. ..10211.... .
ROOMS-Two for furnished front rooms.Use'': all kmds personal property. on short of Olive station and postoffice known as FOR SALE-At a bargain a barber's ....... 1:03 7R. ................. :Milton ................... 110:05. 10:14'' .... .
suitable light housekeeping. notice. Terms Easy. G-t my rates before 7-mile house on old Jackson road. 30 acres outfit feood as new, one first- la.Is ;..... :. 6:35.. .. _. Range.;........... .. ... '...... : '= .... .
GadPden.of phone and Phone bath.897. Apply ,822 East I going p irOre.phO Loan Collitt ., fenced and cross-fenced. with woven wire barber chair; one dozen:; excellent razors ;:.... 7:03 ; 8.1= ; ...............HoltS................ ... .;......./ ':43/./..... .
or 2anov I South 919 22decJ5000 fence balance partly cleared, partly fine mugs. brushes and combs. Address .J. ......1 S 1:6 8:0. __.......,..........MiJlgao.: :.......... ..... ':1.1:40t %\ : ...... .
.OP t9 loan on good timber. Fine oaks, pear chestnut >and On West Gadsden street.. south fronton M. Armstrong. Snead Fla. Sdeclm _".. 8:38. ..................Crests-lew..J I. ..':041 1:38......
security. Pen a. other trees. Stream running through; tar line a tWI\- tory. S room modern .... 8:098:56 ..J'.D Land.....;, ... .. .. 8:03.. .....
HOTELS. j I cola westment Company.. 300ct many "piings on place, also horse buggy home. house in splendid condition recently FOR SALE-Bargain In .S-room'.-cottage ...... 8:33:10: .... .............lI08s) Head....... .. ... : \. 7:!! ...... .
w.r2T LOANED on real harness. wagon and farming tools 31-. overhauled throughout and\painted;. at Cottage Hill Fla. Terms to suit. One _..... 9:16; 9 5 .. ... ...... eFUnlak Springs..._. ..._. : Ss.: \......
HOTEL M.U."HATTAX-European plan. I. perivnal property en short estate notice and room houses. 1 50-foot stable with two gas. city water 'bath large deep lot. best. acre fruit flowers and. garden. Address .,.... 9:30'9:44. ..:..::....!:..........'..Argyle.-;......... .. . .... :. a.4. ......
New management. .Remodeled and refurnished Terms eay. J. W. Bullard. 28 H SouthpaW rooms 1 25-foot barn and other outhouses neighborhood In cltySOQO.O&5.m Egbert BealL ,6declw !..... 9:52 S ':i1 1:21)\\......
throughout. Rooms single or St. Phone 1114 Suitable for sanltarlumcowitry ...... 10:1 10:1 ....... ..'......... DeLeon..1 : !; SOP( (......
rnsuite with private bath. Electric bells. club. factory. brewery or stock farming .cottage and hall, bath and ,FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mehlen ....... 10.% 10:1 ;................. & ) ........... ..5:13[ $:52.Bon1fay. ;......
Sample: rooms. Upstairs corner Garden I .AN LEND TOUR MONET at eight Reason for selling-owner has no one to shower bath hot and told water. cabinet & Sons' piano -handsome rosewood .:....... 10h:: : ........,............. ........ . ..... :: F 5:24: .....
I end Baylen. Phone Ia28. :Mrs. E. M. uer cent. If you have any that manage place. Great bargain as Invest- mantles modem throughout. occupyinga case A bargain. Piano :an be seen ...... 11:111 10:4.. ..................Crtpley....... .. ... .. ..... 4:55........
t.I Brearty. Proprietress. ::dec .... nt Interest on. see me about It. you Itwill ment or for one looking for good farming % block of ground on East Hill block by calling: at the Kandy I trben. 3oct. ...... 11:20110:58 ...-..:.... .......Ayccx-k ......... ... ....... 49,.....
be absolutely safe on real estate land. For particulars address E. W. from car .line, good neighborhood-$3000. ...... 11:431 : ..,..............Cottondale....... .. ....." 5:181 4U--------
J LOCKItAUT HOTEL Lockhart Ala., security. Leslie B. Brooks. Phone482.IONKY Peake Pensacola. Fla.. New Laundry ...... 13lOl: 11:% ..:,..._...,. .......Ma.rlaDna................:. .. .!::00 3.1 I. 'J".".
new managemtnt. newly renovated, building East Chase street. Idee Modern 5-room cc'tage reception hail Legal Advertisements.NOTICE. ....... 1.44,11:4:; ....._....!..!...;._:Cypress..................... 5.251 1J'.. .....
j- nit rooms. Bath and all accommodations \ TO LOAN-Everybody borrows large front gallery on corner lot 50x137%, ...... .12:5S11S1\ ...................Grand Ri4ge............... i:3Z'2:0.H.......
special attention to traveling men. money from Jno. A Hail & Co.. 14V FOR SALE-10.000 acres round Umber two blocks from car line on East Hill, ....... 1: ..........Sn..ads .. ................. '::2lj\ 2:4S: !. .....
Special rates to weekly boarders. J. Fw Government St. When In deed call land 12,500 saw mill timber and saw house. new: lot nicely laid off wth pretty ...... :131.1:0: :>. ._:...... ...Riv r Junction..t..A. 5:10( % .... .
Rodgers Prop. ..28nov It us. mil!. 32-room hotel at a bargain. Several flowers large stables, fronts south }t. TCbtlce' is hereby given that application ....... 10.Ol: 1.tO.: .. Ar..i.Jacksonnvllle., ..........:...Lv 905J:; ::301.: ... .
good farms and town properties. is cheap at $2450.00. wiir e made to the Governor' of the .AM: P1 r 4 t AM I.. 4.00\\ NI
BROWN HOUSE-DeFnniaK Springs. ;J4ONEY LOANED' on all kinds of personal Write Gentry & Setterllnd Chipiey. Fla. State of Florida on the 9th day of January I
Good beds airy rooms. elegant ueals property on short notice. Terms 23sept' A D. Hot or as soon thereafter as Trains 1 and find trains 2 and 3 cany through sleeping car between Pcnsa
free bath and sample rooms. Specialattention rfsy. J. B. Gray &. Co. 2 W. Romana. practical for letters patent Incorporating cola and JJacksonvilte via River Junction and Seaboard Air Line.
to traveling men. Rates $2.00 Irene 1165. itch PANAMA CANAL EDITION 'of The us our a j>oc'ates and successors undera
per day. ,J. It. Brows.. Prop. Journal-a magnificently Illustrated charter., a copy of which applicationand Trains stop on signaL::, -
J I, UNLIMITED amount of money to loan magazine containing scores of views of proposed charter is as follow: _.----_.
HO'!'EU SOUTHERN-Open all the ..0 all kinds of personal property. Sp- the city and harbor. Fo;: sale t ell Be'it Known That we the undersigned
year. American and European plan. c* Special summer rates. .First-class la J I 1.-as. The New York Loan Co.. 204 ttvth mall 20 cents. Liars t patent incorporating us.: 9Ur associatesand the oath. of the President or Cash Wentworth. Pensarn:,
r\ery .reape. <'t. Pleasant and conven ::- Palafox. successor, into a $body. politic and Article IV. ., ISO shares 11.0 Thos. C Uai'
lent.Mra.. T. .L. Bowen.. Prop., Pensa- FOR SALE OR RENT-One of finest J.. W. Bullock Jr.Real corporate. ,under,..tte las of the Stateof The .corporation shall begin Pensacola, ., *. 15,0. '
*oa. Fla. ISapr farms In West F'oriia., miles from Florida under..the name of Pensacola when authorized by the Comptroller Penmcoia... 50 1.0\
MISCELLANEOUS.GEO. Chipley. 140 acres in cultivation; fine Bank & Trust Company under the following his certificate, and shall exist and C Green. Pe9J 21*, SO slwn
BAT HOTEL-Open nght! and day. European buildings.' Cash rent $1.BO .per acre. L. Estate and Mortgage Loans charter or articles of corporation tinue business for a' period of .GO. .1. Penul F
plan. Rooms light and clean. C.. Ridenour Chipley. Fla. 14dec2w Article I. Nine years from and after date 15000llllam Pe
Transient trade solicited. 675-679 South JOHNfeON Contractor and Builder The name of the corporation shall be authorized to.begin business. & Fla 50 hares, $$.0"; George
I'alafox. Jos. S. Nlcolau. Prop. will give you estimates on all work in Room 302 Brent Building. and Article V. Peneacola, 250 share
FOR SALE-A fine tract of land near Pensacola Bank & Trust Company are F
or out of town.Repair; a Phone lis
spedaltr. The business of corporation
of business and where its
1053 ..ldeciwf city. Part heavily timbered; part Its chief place .O.
a cleared. Call phone Hior address 1103 chief office U to be located shall be Pen- managed and conducted. .by a of an the forego'cr. the sal .
FOR RENT. :MATTRESS .AND FURNITURE-Mattresses East Gadsden. ISnovlmCONKETS Phone 637 sacola in the County of Escambla and dent. VIce-President Cashier and : have hereunto subscribe.
made to order and also renvated *- the State of Florida. of Directors and such other names this the 28th day of "'ove
ticks furnished. New celebrated Roup Cure. Cholera Article II. employees as may be designated 1906. I
new and
.IVR RENT-From the 1st of January second-hand: furniture., modern or cure, lice and mite klTer as .well The nature of the business of the'corporation Board of Directors The Board O. L. BASS
the store No' 3:9V.. Government St.. bought and fold.. Davis Manufacturing antique as an unexcelled Egg Pre 1ucer. All shall be a "General Banking & rectors shall consist of such FORD L. AVILKIVSOV.
row oiTupled by N. Goldring. as a barroom Co., 114 East Belmont guaranteed and a splendid r de of Trust Co. business" receiving deposits. may be determined on. _by the WM E: MATHISGEO '
Inquire of :Mrs tw Beirne, No. liT Phone 771. street.24nov wheat that will make your fow> lay. F. FOR SALE discounting and negotiating promissory holders not- less- than five. P. WENTWORTUTHO
y>oitlt' !Cevaltos St. 33declwJXJK S. Mellen. & COL Fensacuia.. Fla. Phone notes,.drafts. bills of exchange and other Artlcie'VL C. WATSON,
roiIo"T-At: Big Bayou. 7-room. 2- MISS LEILA REESE has fresh cut flowers 234, "nov evidences of indebtedness, buying and Until the officers elected at C TIHE8EVJ.
houe Bath and kitchen. all fur- on hand. Orders taken for special selling exchange. coin and bullion loan election shall quallfrthe business C. GREEN.
story :0 month also 4-rooms. kitchen occasions. Phone :&%. ISnovlm FOR SALF..come quick: If you want ing money ton personal and real estate security corporation shall be conducted by J. WALTER KEHOE
rushed $
and hall per unfurnished.; $17.50. Fisher- them. Two cheap horses two good purchas and holding and conveying L. Bass as President Ford L. I WILLIAM 1 MOTEK,
Real l tate Agency. 20$ South Piflafox WAGON > 16dec are flOW in eur new Quarters, 214 E. all I have left of the car load I got last acting as executor,>.administrator guardian -,as Cashier and Oscar... Bass. of Frd County of Eaba
Intendencla. entrance also at 215 Romana Monday. I also have two secondhandtop $3200. trustees and in any other fiduciary Wilkinson William EAMathls. I'B I P UM 1'-
1y
FOR --"T-T..o: nice: double stores on and prepared to do everything In wagon buggies in good condition for sale capacitaetln* as agent for other persons Went worth. Thoa C. Watson C Osr L. Bass, Ford L. Wilkins-
East Intendencia street. between Pala and carnage building cheap. T. E. Welles ISdectf Buvf a new. modern. up-to-date home. corporations buying and selling real I John C. Green.'J. Walter Kehoe. E. Mathis Geo. P Wentwort!..
fox and Tarragona. Inquire at the Fisher L. He.ring. Phone 92i; 17.repaJrlngi4OCMATTRESSES two stor:es, with eight rooms. reception estate for other'persons and corporations L. Moyer and George .C. I C Watson C. Thi'*n, John C
Real testate Agency. 22nov FOR SALE-Just. received fresh' flashlights hall and bath on corner lot and near car as agent or trustee upon commlss'on or ,,the board of directors/ of ,, <*n. J. Walter Kcboc, William L
RENOVATED New tick and launch batteries. Phone line on East HilL This home is a bar.. brokerage, renting and looking after real residents and citizens of the i 1 and George C. 8udsm Nth '
FOR REVT-A. U. Bingham has storage furnished if desired. Guaranteed. Car 345. E. W. Peake. New Star Laundry. gain at the price. which can not be duplicated estate for other persons as agent or trustee -: Florida and more than ; acknowledged to th,
_room for rent suitable for funitur pet taken up and matting laId. Leave building. : in the city. Take .a look at it before upon connrission or brokerage ?ol- whom have been residents and 1 I Instrument and that the same
or other goods. 104 and 106. South Tar orders at Watson. Barker Reese Co-'s. you Invest. 1 PC ting'rents dividends notes or bondsas of said statefor more than one I I his act and deed
Tu?onu ..tr et. Phone U9 ..Wesley Duncan.' 78ep FOR SALE-One nne wan Case 25 teet agent or trustee and such other business passed. The annual meeting of the i I I In witness whereof. I have hereunto St.
....--- long. 8 feet hIgh. with ribbon case 10 1350. as- is usually-carried on and authorized holders shall be held on Monday ; hand and affixed ofcilI., tl '
LOST. MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP-Wll- feet long separate. Will make fine display by law in a Banker Trust Co. second Tuesday In Janpary each j day of December m ..
I I lie Mbns Proprietor. Furniture repairing case for any kind of c *rchandlse.I Article III. for the ,election of. Directors-of W.AMD mET
of all kinds. carpets laid_ furniture Apply to E. L. Reese. 1? North Palafox. Buys a pretty home site of five lots poration. Each D .own }ACKE.Notry
The
;capita stock of the corporation to.'sb1 Putlk
facing east on 12th avenue Itew City.
I.oST-Bhu'k and tan hound, two years packed for shipping Phone 1;. I SOnovlm shall be Two Hundred Thousand Dollar own right at least tet.har of :2Jy expires Ja: lU
old weighs about 60 pounds. Answers Next to Tampa landing. ,22aprtl (S2006GO( ). divided Into two thousand the corporation.Artid : comeo ced .w
"' FOR SALE-House and lot at 1011 East
to name Black Reward for return tot sharesof'thepar-yalue- of One Hundred VII. .
St. .ALFJAN-TtB Copper and Sheet Jackson street J1SOO. Apply to G.; A.Dohlatrom. .
? fast Bobe l> edw.L The corporation trail not at
l _ _ Iron Worker: cornice work and skylights 1013 East Jackson street. or -. Dollars ($100.OQ per stare payable In lawful itself to BIDS WANTED
.a'specialty roofing guttering and 818 South Palafox. 27ttovlm money of the United States; 50 pet subject a higher amount Bids will be received by the Board of
rep&1rin109 East Government cent. of wbich shall ba paid in fun before I debtedness or liabil UM than Two c Works of the of Per.acoUk.
FOR ADOPTION. I buiUmjr. Pbon. .MO. Rirstdtnct oTrahouse FOR SALE and immediate delivery one Co R.YAEQER the company shall authorised to com- fired Thousand Dlar the : Monday. January Cir 1907, for the
a3
business the capital
phone 1318.J automatic tandem compound center mecca and the remainder there- 1e of a Concrete SIdewa
FOR ADOPTION-Ore 'orphan boy 3 : crank steam ..nstncf about ISO horsepower of to be paid In Installments of cot lea, and amount of stock' b east sld" of pi.t are
,years old. \\ill be given for adoption H. PORTER. sailmaker. fl< South and two return tubular boilers, -72 200 B. than ))0 per cent. of the whole amount ol of the tncorporatofs is-as follows- : I C Ote specifications 01 t4 4
to responsible parties. For particulars I Palafox street. Orders taken for tents. Inches diameter by 1C feet long For full Thiesen lding.. the capital each month thereafter until Oscar L. Bass. Pensacola. the b'of Public Works. Te Ba
kpply Pearl Eagan Home. or ilrs. \\'m. awn'nKS.! camp tools and house cots. particulars apply Stone .ft: Webster Eng 686.. ... the whole amount of the- a4>iial stockhas. : share' 1.O Ford 1 rerna right t reject a'a .
) Fisher. President Ignor etIies reasonaMe., SlJao Corporation. Box S30.. P_ I.. I4nov Phone Itoen paM.in. ftll of which J'AY""t,I S F\) .- 15.0 18. S _


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1! Begin the New Year Right I'f 1RE[ ND SHIPpING 'NEWS I A(.LIE RIERA SALOOSCHAD: i -!

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i' Buy the Wife a Present 11 Arrived' Yesterday. GEM :
Caoe a JW s., Castanxo 221. lessens
'J that she would appreciate 'more than any- | fRENCH to Eauawood Gut Transit, Ur' Co.M.,, Feyn 1439, Tampico RIERAA'SCHAD._ Proprietor :-.j l -;

1 thing else that could be given her. It is _' _v' to to, Louis W J'A., Powel M Ger rritt! ss.&,Heloeck C

t A GAS COOKING RANGE_ i Noted Archbishop AJfred Jlenze.e VESSELS Steamampa..Ger IN as.PORT..7orgPllRD. 1ZS8 'Wines Liquors and Cigars \ 1. :

i f| It will lessen her work every day, in the year, and' s uva ..'"a St.Chatton Vincent, Br to 'ss H., Baars Lelsk,&
1 in fuel. $12 arid $13 installed. Me'r- $ Church and State in Ayres to order. ; I v
money
save you C/cIe. Br fs. Long, :%:1. Rio Jaoiero to All Leading Brands of Beers. ,. 'F

; ;. rv Christmas. j! mon at St. Paul.St I Gulf HelsngburgSwed Trar.lt! Co. ss, Schrfel.. 1422.Huelira .j, DELICATESSAN LUNCH ROOM IN CONNECTION. ;
: to flyer Bros. I IHornbur s
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Gas eZ I ;to. Ger the W.es,S.ltattblesen KeYler Co.. '14SJ.Sottwdam .|,i, The Following Brands. Whiskies Always i in ; sStock
Paul : Dec. 24
Minn.
Pensacola CompanyPhone ,
: I liorosund, Ger ss. Behrens, 1609. Hamburg -1 .
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hop Ireland, in _his 0 to mailer. 1 13aybreak : ;
148. 24 27 E. Garden Strsst. Cathedral spoke 's bottle is Br 'B3. Low 1941. Buenos .
end i Sunday on I
i f fi i i it
'be ; Ayr&i to the Vf. P. Keyser Co. Jesse Moore AA Novena
ZjNN 'Church and State in to as good 12.. I Glencoe. Br as. Cooper 1133. New York ;
.NNNN1bH/1..N.1L/N.NNNMN.HNNN.NOM said in part: : The rto J. A. Wtrrltt & Co Full DressAntediluvian John Crifabifc: Scotch ; f.V
The conflict at Hornfels. .Ger ss, Nleman, 1475, "WestHaiCepool -;
raging to W. L. \\ltUch k Co. i I: John De War & Sons Scotch ;
.Ar time between the church high quality Moran, ,. Br as. Hogs* Inn, Faro to ;
state in France. awakens II -no varia- ,master. tp5.AvantL t Old CrewHermitage Munson's Rye 'itHigh :

('interest. It could not be .' Nor s.kh sp; Anderson 164$. Lon t. Wilson. \ :
(were it only. for the .. Renews vitality and don to order. -'

A GOOD SIDEWALKGives the contestants-on the one snap and life. Ito* =:. _Port- *fc. Barrow (06. LIsbon I: Old Kentucky Colonel Cascade, and others ; ,
Catholic church, which for :
Harbinger au.1"9.. Alcoa I Ito f
swayed the moral and GOOD VEJHRl Silt IT 'master. /. Ba71 I l 21Q South .Palafox St. PENSACOLA, Fla. ; ,
*
Hlldejard. Cot ship. Bolmdorf, 1810.'tor.! ;
:of tens of millions of a. B" Atlanta
the most ordinary property an appearance of sub 'dsmands as in heaven's 'Bremen Broke with, with 175,911 004,266 s {t lumber.s it lumber' '. ; for .++N1N. NINI.INN/NN1.N..I...<................
:'right to continue its work Ingrtd. Nor ship. L uuielj 1260. Antwerp ..
stantial ruin the effect of the hand- .
value. A poor one can :: to Meg Getting & Co. -;
somest house and grounds. You don't want any ragged .coming ages; on the other ,- Lena Hal ship Tasaara 15S1. London ."i', .
nation, which, since the '
'to order.
edges to your property. ,
Among good sidewalks a well laid concrete one is easily in Clovis the and title Charlemagne of 'eldest l Drugs under ct.l the National Pure : ATredo- Uruguayan:Barks.bk. Maragas 987. !'1 i Grade American I
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best Lasts longer, costs less for revairs and adds an air of Montevideo to H. H. Thornton. } -
solid dignity and worth. that church and has held r Alfortd wed fek. Svense W32 Durban .j F
We such sidewalks and back one with our,guar- amid peoples the most to master. Portland Cement -t
lay
every '
place in the vanguard of l A. BAKER & CO. C. B. Whjaaen. Br bk. !MorrUon 345 _
antee. May we estimate on yours 11 Palmas to Southern States Lumber
of civilization.i MANUFACTURERS
i "We ask what are the Co.Campbell. Nor bk Hanslten 1100. HARD WALL PLASTER KEYSTONE LIME ACME +; -i
Pensacola Cement Stone Company conflict What are to be Turpentine Stills, Stavanger to :McK., Oe tin; & Co. 1526, DOUBLE FLINT COATED ASPHALT ROOFING FELT 1, 2 '%<*
Charles Racln Nor bk. YVaage. '
AND t-
FIRE ,
sults Pensacola, Fla._ Genoa,to roaster. 3-PLY BRICK etc.Bg -
| "For the ,moment the Chacma, Nor bit,Jorseosn. SS7 to state that we are now la shape to make deliveries ? r{

J. Harvey Manager. Telephone 1485. undoubtedly serious, and Fleetwood Gustaf Ado to !oiaer!. Swed bk. Sjoberg. 1458,I on our Parthenon Brand of It:. ..::
.L act of Parliament, the Bremen to J, A. Merritt Co.
__ abolished, a regime of Hereford. Kor OK ,Jensen.. '13S9, Rosario I Pure White Portland Cement: a 4 t,
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to
instituted. ... Heorder.at Hensen. 1151. Hull
Nor bk.
"Let no Americans be to order. guaranteed to pass' the specification* of the United State. r..

O.NNNN'ta&' W..,&01NmNNN14?f'AN.Ott 414tN11100114y I words which haa totally I! vana Uuaiberto.to rd i.Ingebtorr. Span.. bk. 1111.. Battle. Ha- Army Architects Engineers, Contractors American and Society Block of ClrU Manufacturers Engineers etc will 4 '!L ':
.signifiance in their land i .Nor hk. Eld 1250. East Lon- please remember the variety of bigta-class result that can J.
I I is allowed to them in I don to order. be secured from the use of Pure White Portland Cement
II LIn!qu1 t, 122L Immediate deliveries for carloads and small lots made i t
Isabel Browne Rus bk <
C ,alien of the church from 1 I I Hull to master. from our stock at:Montgomery Pensacola. Birmingham aDd k .k t
in America means liberty 1i 752, also direct from milL n +
I i" Kink Oscar II. Nor bk Johnson F
Uce there it ,means Tested and Guaranteed. Rosario to A. Zelias. Your collect telegram wQ jet our prices on small Iota V '.
I FREE FREE I oppression; : 1 for prices. We can interest you. to hills order., Nor bk. Aanoosen' 1030, Santos as well, as carload lots., i4 "" {: ;;;

"Speaking on Friday Lysgllnt.Nor bk Hansen. 1332. Swakop- Carolina Portland Cement Co. ,
SIGNS I.Cardinals present in the mund to McK. Oct dug & Co. :
BROS.CO. Macca Nor bk. Drammond. 995, for f
Pius X said of the French Buenos Ayres, with 11,622 bbls rosin. JUtenta, 60. i
i NIt "'We are ready to submit Maria. Oar bk, French 19%%. King -' :-,'
ration from the state, but it Lynn to master. r
t will take only a zero, to represent, all the harmever : a fair separation-such as I arrfUR TtP 1488.Marina Genoa Madre to order.Ital bk. 'Simonetta

Electric 'but !it'' would-take, ': in the United States in I Negpore. Nur bit, ojerdsen. 112S, East
done by Signs
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Great Britain, In Holland- P ,London to A Zelius. .
i figures to indicate the good they've'done. Have you, : subjection.' No Catholic In 611t 1 d OUvari, Ital bk. Costa: Genoa to or- Lest You Forget, We Say.It \\
1
ed States makes objection, t 1 0 Nor bk, larsson 1127. BahIaI et,1\i :
learned to be sign- ise? i ii tion, for here separation I! Blanca to Gulf Transtt-Ca ,
t i Pallas Nor bW,' Johnson, 1219. Plymouth -
Ask to have our representative call and show ,you actly what> it purports' to 1 to A. Zebus.Phylice ., Savings Account Is The Best ii s i
.
"Under advice frog the Nor be Oabnelson 932 Belfast .
Tel. 106. .i church the bishops ,of "' to McK. Getting & Co. ii
j desIgns. ,
Robert Scratton. Nor bk Morthensen
A ed the' associations offered '664, Barbadoes to McKenzie Oerting & New Year's Gift :f.
law of separation. They ,Co.

| Escambia County Electric Light & Power Co. Z1Ne1Q10h004 they principle could; in not the approve interest I t I Teresa Superb A. ZeliusCo.Urug Nor bk bx.Estrado Jllcb., ,1934.1932, Antwerpto Cienfue-- Open an account with us for anyone you like. We .- \i '_

ciations; they could not by sue to fix M. Robinson. .
.oo. ...110aNNOm0 101.Si1lt.f.iah/N11.N0 them appear to approve niero Unlac to muter.Port bk Cachln, 891, Rio Ja- will furnish the Pass Book with the name and any ,- .!

are not rebels against the of power; it must brook Schooners. amount you wish to deposit thereon. Also Home or "
the country. The Even the church must be Dort, Am sen, Eastman. 310, Havana ;1
the Minister of Education of the gcnernment. So to J. A. Merrttt & Co. Pocket Bank, if desired-it's a good idea.AMR1CAINATIOL .
Donna Christina. Am sen, McLeod. 16S
himself declared, were with Louis XTV and whenI BelUe to master.,

i H. 6. OeSI llVA COMPANY binding privileges upon tendered citizens to; the.n't I I Republic so is "it' with is the a name Repub in lanllle- -wilda.to master.-Am Barken bktn.- tines.Grace 58 J-, V Man- I BANK \ ',.'i, !

which she was free to ; it, has been. well said of it Beatrice Ital bktn. Marchen, Sa\ona to ,
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF THE UNITED STATES.
ject. She has rejected them."It sleeps on the bed of Louis master.T.nyra. r
Dan bktn. Rasmunsen, 260, Bar-
is a lamentable fact has never understood OPERA HOUSE BUILDINGWe J
badces to order.
,
Building Material is in France a party bent of -a, republic which is compound interest at 4 per cent every three, months In our Sat ;
struction of religion. The ( for private and'penon81 Lb- CREW NOTICE. Ings Department. ; ...1
made on the Catholic is to leave as much as Neither the Captain, Ownersnor # '<; t,
/At Shingles and Slate for Roofing in France it represents ''I to the people, to take to the 6 wood Consignees wm be responsible of the Earl-for :? ':j
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reality, in intent and la fa<1t : what is needed for .the debts contracted by rfbe ,
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Patent Plaster Store Fittings weal. The most, republican Crew of said< vessel.O <
11 is against Christianity f M. FOTN 1
form against religion of seated in Parliament JOHN A. MERBITT. Captain.
'q Everything for House Building edge against the idea itself! once to regulate all things Consignee. 1
own liking. We are the state t
I reigning over men. The ESCAMBIA LODGE NO. 13, F. i A. M. The New Year
out. as Louis XIV once said:
and Repairs. of Voltaire and the .. Regular communication of Es- l i
the state.: And the state is the cambia: Lodge No !&, F. & A-
eighteenth century
and all must think and A M. wUl be held Thursday evening -
out in France. It had an December 27. at 7:30
state wills and as we wilL
-- -- triumph In the revolution. o'clockialtlng Brethren fraternally -
certaimy the spirit of the Invited. C. D. BEYER.
bered a. while under W. G. DAILEY W. M.
perial and royal regimes?' I who now rule the country; Secretary. Rapidly Approaching 1
not at all sure it, were not -- -
in
awakened to new vigor
Brick Lime Portland Cement allowed'to thought and degree at least' the spirit of Hot Flattering. f' 3
who. were'they to
present Republic. I would S. Baring-Gould the'English novelisthad which -: 1
"This party of infidels in the ascendance is a reminder of the fact that

Always a full! supply kept ready for .quick delivery.I is far from being France it to their mass duty as the to present make every gov many the not better flattering pleasure obituaries of reading of him this would be 'a good time for you =a 'i

Contractors find it decidedly to their advantage it active has, grasped persistent the, helm 01 assumes it. as. their duty to self. Through an error- he was reported to start a summer's bank account '. '

to submit estimate for our prices on all Building Material steers the ship of state v ww h l-wi- dead. and the newspapers of his for the children. It's the gateway '.' "
: been unfortunate in many native land declared unanimously that
including Hardware.Saunders darkest depths of unbelief .. _.....
ligion. Yesterday it was (: > : lOoA..4 -u ap -c he had left no good work behind. An 1
demeanors of the past. TO THE ROAD OF SUCCESS :
most brutal of all; : : American editor dined with Baring} r
Mill Company Clemenceau somewhat of buried political regimes. Gould.in London. The talk turned to
of the people have Start the account with five ':fdi
in his hatred, but yet a the premature obituaries and the one or
Phone 717. 21 Cast Grip it this-that
Slr3 r any one thing is
fight"With I American said. "How did you feel or dollars.FIRST .
that they are
is a Republic
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such and ",
men reading them? Taken aback non
the Monarchists 1,
But
dividing with' them I ; chiefly the old nobili! plused the novelist grimly replied:
violent .
even if less ; generous patrons of the "I felt like-a lady who owned a par.rot NATIONAL BANK f fOF'
religion, there reigns
J the omnipotence of the and too many of the clergy Thl lady's cook came to ber on<* -

'I was: ever the plague of reid their politic *n Fo. morning in Joyful excitement 'Oh i
:ilassilion who Judge the ma'am.*she cried the parrot has learn '
I rulers
even when her PENSACOLA. FLA.
Be't Your FrlWits I Catholics. The state must "| form of government by 'ed soire. new words.' 'Good.' said tht
i Republic of contempor- lady. That bird is wonderfully teachable it{
I weakness cf Designated Deoositary wi the United States 11 1\\1
Here is the ) It Kits and drinks in every ,
of France-the infidel,
blessed word my husband says to me 1
and Flrewotrk.s who solicits, cries out What does it say now? 'It keep W. It. Knowles. President W: K. H-tr, Jr.. VJce-President and Caihler.Tbos. ;;-
is in peril; no Repub- a-sayin'A said the cook. "" hut up yo W. Brent. Last Cashier. W. N. Roberts. AssTt Cul ,-. ,
cast his vote for a Mon- I[old] Directors-F.C,Brent W. A Blouat. W. H. Knowles. W. 1l- H7er.Jr, f" -
even:: if that Monarchist be I D. G. Brent. 1 ::
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From NICK: APOSTLE'S Socialist masses vote.in order for the that infide th fooh"r i1l i:

may survive, trusting to 'b( Ir I
FRUIT STORE to do in the Ion? run wha r '!
next to
D serviceable for France ana THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK

I The Gem: Book Store .$f.o.t religion mdsrstccd! itself.France butte' -, PENSACOLAA Y

XIII He bade all Cathr Buy General Banking Business Conducted on a Safe end Conservative 11"_
the welfare of country and Basis. ,
Large and varied stock within the ranks cf loyal
r to the ileputUc: Had be I Correspondence Solieited--R. M. Bushnell. Cashier.
JJed ,to France: in,all prob WbiSky ,
comprising all of the' best have: escaped the re

rE"utcn! cf the present day That hatreputatiotl the _
Ideas and plottings! have 1 S.. REESE. R.: It CART J. TV DORR. W. B QOTNA. '
things the market: affords ; :. injury to the church President Vice-President Cashier. 'Assistant-Cashier. :
:' I THE PEOPLE'S BAN K OF PENSACOLA. ':

Nuts raisins candies; dried : : l; for Purity. CAPITAL- $100,000. SURPLUS. ,..DIRECTORS A NO UNDIVIDED. PROFITS 123,000. :' .

71 c EC it Beloved. J.I J, HOOTOX. R. M.. CAR Y. 1*.. J. REEVES, .-1;
: :. -it. .l-ea'le ct DurriSil-er, I, Itislustaaeasytosc1 w, A. rXALEMBERTB, J. S. R EESE W D.C. KKSSLEtt.A : t
fruits novelties L'aik: D1. was a tana \>t General Banking Business Transacted and Accounts Solicited; Ships' Disburse :;
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etc. : ; ': cure the put article! menu 'given S pedal! Attention. .
,, : s i>ct trio h(':es In I:.<>:ght. ., ::
for the wncClonqthatyOUt
: henry shoulders.: :Ttcre t ( .
guarantee to give you better : :i suvoS.iun of ministers dim t pay fet \hz a.d ltta.ud. If -": ''I
: lei r'lar: >?c. says a writer IB J Pure Whisky b what you I R. 1- CART. President. JNO. MASSEY, Secretary .j -

goods and to undersell all : 1)Miyrssiae Morrison: ,who among was them pub I waat, -ask for J$ %J. ..I.I > CA.R.-V-:, OOCOAL. -, v4, i; 'j 1 1I

translated: 'to the Trot "JESSB 11O ORE" Wrotuate slid Retail 'Ouler in Steam, ;: )
small fruit : EJiabunb7 a minister of dt DomettleC Aathre and SfaeVmlth s42; i 1
stores. tt liMn Office: 43 S. PaUfox SL Telephone l 93. ., < '
i J JNick's Jar.uiJ.: that his predccess I Yard Corner Tamg.fla and Gonzal= i j
$ of tbe farmers ia tbe parish N.. GOtiDRING.DISTRIBUTOR. Streets:;" Yard pf*ene 1 ."d.972. ;
: beadle one day: !
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like best?" SALOON 1
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PACE EIGHT. THE: PEN8ACOLA' ,JOURNAL WEDNESDAY' .' MORNING" ,.DECEMBER_ 26, '1968. '.,

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i Belated..1 .SERVICE QF F THE HOLIDAYS TGR Modem TARIFFMAYSEMembers F : Y E .BOOKS



I wish to thank many patrons
theIr' Christmas Track This trade ,for

' IE. L.RAILROAD R ,Plant SIDETRACKEDRepubli assures Pensacola exceeded me my merchant a,expectations permanent ,position and. 1&II101ir thbk.'

I have two shipments of books
Christmas Givers service of Pensacola route from 11ew York and propose now e.o m
# re territory. maintain a complete stock thus mer1
the publics continued
?sISO I Attorney,General Ellis Hear- Interesting and equipped modern with in ma-all Do Not patronage


ing' Evidence Against, i from One and. We manned will be by pleased experi Want Extra 'Session of "I Nothing but Books,

Company at Ocala. da's' your Christmas.work We wish. Congress.New : but all kinds of Books.

CAN FIND A CHOICE

LINE OF THINGS HERE The taking of evidence against the tle Star Steam York, Dec. 24.-The Herald of

FOR MEN AND BOYS. Inefficient service of the A. C. L. rail- today publishes ,the following from HARRYT. HOWLAND
road began this morning In,the law library Laundry Washington:' These proposals have
rooms In the Gary-Agnew build- | Special been laid ,before the president jy Manager De Luna Book Store,
ing, says the Ocala Star. Attorney Grand Ridge, _St. phone 114 the Republican members of the houseof I De Luna St, Phone 1491.
Ties Shirts General Ellis of the state was pres- season Is Pensacola. Fla. representatives.
ti ent to take evidence,-assisted by Hon. ||in West That there be no extra session of I -=
IL L. Anderson for the Ocala Boardof the Sixtieth Congress to revise, the
i Suspenders Trade. Miss Beatrice Sinclair [tivity in all' -. tariff. i'Opera House
[:to its size. I
acted as stenographer. "That the, Republican party pledge
> Those in evidence and testifying Our school IN itself In Its next national,platform to -

Hats, Shoes, were: Messrs. Thomas Sexton and J. .vacation. It is revise the tariff at a special cession I Opera House
R. Moorhead who testified to having i Beeman Milton SEE immediately following the Inauguration THURSDAY DEC.
r examined about alx miles of the A. C. of the president on .March ,4, 27th
Handkerchief, L. track south of Holder and found no (i|:ers acknowledged of Jackson LINE OF 1909. ORIGINAL PRODUCTIONThe
end of rotten ties and battered and endeared That ,to facilitate that revision a -, Musical Cocktail with a Menu cf
broken plates; the very condition of''I i children of this tariff commission be authorized by Music Direct From a 26 Weeks'
Gloves, Socks said railroad was a menace'to life and urged to the Sixtieth congress.-" Run in Chicago.

limb, and a total shortage of cars. I I The President Roosevelt has not reached
E. P.Thagard testified ,for the turpentine -!will bring a any decision 'as to. -iis plan. He The
firm of O. P. Williams & Co., mas night. is seeking counsel of friends In both Royal Chef

doing business at Berlin. He testified no delayed : CARDS tariff camps, and will make known
to the inability of the. road to fur- from '' his intention later. Thus far the

THE JOHN WHITE STORE nish carat delays in the shipment of ,signees and they do stand.patters'have high hopes ,that With the Following Cast Including
loaded ,cars and causing loss in the I what "fair i they will be able to bring the presi- Harry Hermsen Oscar Haplanu Walter
1i evaporating of the spirits. I[I will be are just the dent to their way of thinking. High B.' Smith Osborne Clemson Gertrude
Specialists In Men's and Boys' Wear J. M. Meffert, lime manufacturer at and mines of tariff men all over the country are Hutcheson. Elsie Frazee Latter: Lau-
Lowell said the past year or two had the parents, urging the president to stand pat rette, 5t&nleFelch., an* 'i-u famous
Phone 225 205.207 8. PALAFOX been the worst known time since he this school to send absent with them, while the element In favor
has been in business for getting cars to of tariff revision is very urgent BROILERS.
t see a ship
and having loaded ones moved. Saidit at this season that the president shall call a spe-
from the
;T gulf
took ten days to get a loaded car cial session of the next congress to i 60-PEOPLE- 0
of wood from Ocala to Lowell, a ,distance -. any of our meet not later than April and to con 80-SONQ HITS-80
COo N'N/NNNN.NNNN'NN''1'NNNN'''''''' Florida. A perfect production presented Defection.
.. 'i of twelve miles. tinue the work until the tariff has
Mrs. Judge .
i v i In the matter of lime shipments to the past thirty been revised by,its friends.As .
I) Thanking :you for the hearty support of our new : Tampa and Lake Butler, brooksvllle, teaching little matters now stand the stand
a Tallahassee and other points in the Book Store patters have a trifle the 'better of It.
% Stationery Store, we wish you, one and all, a very :I state, he said it took from 25 to 30 has here a They held many conferences and decided ..JUJNYAN'S ROLLERS.,
were given a
t Happy New Year. : days. He said that during the past afternoon that if tariff revision was to DAILY TOWEL SUPPLY
day
A CLEAN
TOWEL
e : six months, it had gotten worse and sight is rarely R. Johnson, Prop. be avoided on the eve, of a presidential $1.00 PER MONTH.EVERY DAY.
he had telegraphed to Supt. Ford for I election there must be practically Phone 848-2 rings. M. G. RUNYAN
relief and that he had bribed a conductor .I happy little Phone 230. unanimous action by Republicans Pensaco. Florida.Remarkable .
m' I STATIONERY to bring a lot of spare ribs :I I I septuagenarian in the nouse. They were fearful
from
MAURA CO. ) now
t? j and back bone from Lowell to the mothers in i of a repetition 'of the disaster
Ocala cold storage or lose that much' little girls in } HICKS' that followed the enactment of the
e Phone 165 Government and DeLuna- Sts. good eating. :I Grand Ridge McKinley tariff, and they were also Case
k( : George MacKay came text with a.. press of this ,, CAPUDINE greatly concerned lest the proposalof .

i ..........................................e......: carload A. C.of I.genuine..,that will grievances never be againstthe delivered -!i''I in ably the professing life .of IMJrIUIQnr CosyBLtDACBES take the up president the questions to have of' an congress income of HypnotismVast

by, the A. C. 1.... until they get :of all her :i I tax and an inheritance tax' should
corm one of the requirements of Ufa I new engines, that 120 miles of 75 and troto 0 '' throw Into the field discussions,
l Clothes Yours will always be clean if yon' 80, pounds rails they are trying to 1 turned out bad., COLDS subject which might prevent another crowds awed by
Good order I Hwy stupendous
send them to put down and the thousands of new I I tory of our 1H+irbda pi hb a.n agreement upon a tariff bilL President -
The New Method Laundry, cars, new crews of men for train serI I 1 three churches Roosevelt' said In his last annual array of extraordinary -

t. FHCNEII88 E. w. LAWRENCE. Prop 'sr Method laundry Bid). ftjJltt it vice and, last but not least, n'w ties Sunday school, : message that the next time the tariffis
AGENTS WANTEDGlean for their entire roadbed in South and greetings to all her revised these questions of ,taxing
a .- Middle Florida. George has got the ,prohibition in each deed to and cities of the state, fortunes and incomes ought to be I HABERDASHERY.Displayed .

'J !$::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::t.ti, this goods section ready for is more delivery.intimately No man ac-in ties of "red 'to Water our grand City."metropo We e- considered revenue measures.in connection So .It was with gener-the

t'I quainted with the lack of system and some is finding growth of all the towns ally agreed that a definite promise to in show window
. if \ii\ business management of this roadman ets. Junction and Pensa- revise the tariff in 1909 would satisfy i opposite the postoffice.STONE .
.xt IF YOU LIKE GOODs There is .an,
.. Mr. MacKay for besides the big I II' | worthy of all praise, and I those who are clamoring for revision -
.. he is many good I that the surrounding and the
.. I mercantile establishment connected programme was prepared
I'I. with, he is president of the little "egg nog" in wealth and pop and submitted to the presidentfor
EATING EAT i I t
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and still
ii t IOcala Iron: Works shipping daily all I'! seductive and churches are I his action. Members of the sen- MOULDER Or APPEARANCES.
more
:Z 22 ,kinds of machinery to phosphate : and fruits, and homes andI ate have generally agreed to the pro-
.. ,plants, saw mills, ets., and knowing J JI tI ,skimmings I I vastly above 'what they gramme suggested by the house. COME IN AND GET
after
cane
::. -AT- U I the utterly rotten condition of the II III i!ing men, boys I I decade ago. What President Roosevelt will do HYPNOTIZED.
and her good people
freight department of the A. C. L. in the face of the agreement is a
.. .. of it as long as ; .
I Grand
special greetings.
this firm often has to send heavy subject of deep conjecture in Wash
iI I parts of machinery at a great expense 1 I has fully Pensacola and her peo- ington. If he accepts the agreementas
week
I by express, to insure their safe arrival -i and this d"A nas many valued final it means his new revenue
: professors of KNOWLES BROS.
at their destination. with whom 'we sym- policies of the inheritance and in-

i.Si Nick's Restaurant .t: I He said in many instances depots I drunk stuff. after The the time of their sad dis come taxes go over to a future, ad- Insurance.FIRE .
rejoice in their hour of
22.S e were too small to accommodate ,the ia ministration, but It has been pointedout
such beer
we wish them a "Merry LIFE. ACCIDENT MARINE
business and because of the to him that he will be left free -
2t ed condition of articles; congest-I!United lisense.i States ]{ and a most happy and to perfect his comprehensive reformsfor General Agents of
"New Year.
in these articles cannotbe regulating corporations doing an
mell depots
if 1; found when parties called for i Grand Ridge WESTERN MEATS. interstate business. If he can be The EquitableLIFE

: f them. He said the delays in getting assured of the hearty cooperationof ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF NEW

.. t| The best Poultry, Eggs, Fish, Game, Fruitand .;I goods at DunnelIon were so greatI $100 : Market is the place to the leaders in congress in. this and YORK.
that shipment made to the other reforms the president might 309 South ralafox Street.
pn I on every i The readers lass Western beef. No
. : Vegetables; Wines, Beer and Liquors i, phosphate people they are sent the pleased to learn sold here. Nothing be- persuaded to lei revision 'of the
'number of the car in which the goods dreaded disease tariff rest In accordance with the
t eo that are brought to Pensacola are purchased :are placed and in that way they can Is able Catarrh.to cure in best the other and at kind.the same .I.decision reached by those who attended ..4.,....................NS

it by Nick Apostle for this restaurant You.'get i:: "{find the car and get the shipment. only positive cure I the recent conference. :
(i IIf they didn,do this, in many cases, kcal fraternity. :. .
:: the very best of everything here. They all try J;i they never would get the goods n treatment.tional disease, '! CHILD ,I The E..I... .. : .

:: to imitate Nick's. place, but they can't. i. which of often dollars.the. Local delay shipments means thousands lost- and internally raucous, acting, The popular belief that storms are I 4
by destroying CHARGES more frequent about the time of the i 1
in transit often require the firm'of ease. and giving equinox, or when the sun crosses the I 4
h send personal building up the
Mclver & MacKay to a
f' tracer after them as appeals to the nature in doing line' In March and September. receives -.,.. .77.w .... :.7.w 7: :.7a7. ..w 7' .74,.. :.
tors have so .
- agents fail to do any good. Mr.MacKav power that they STATES THAT LAW lome"Blight degree of support .
: | spoke of a case of a car of lars for any ." from the investigations of European :
NICK APOSTLE Send for list of '
> machinery for a dredge working in I Address F. J. ; OBEYED. scientists states &n expert of the i. .
4>4- Istachatta Lake. On the car in big O Sold by all weather bureau. "In southwestern .
: ii PROPRIETOR. i letters was the name, Mclver & Mac- Uou.I Take. Halls COAL FIELDS. Europe March.is the stormiest month .

.........................., ...................., ..." Kay. It was a through freight which while In the British islands and Norway I' Get your i
?*>: .......................+.............M.t..+....a-l this car eras shipped by. It got lost to The JournaL January takes the lead in that ;. 4
After repeated efforts to locate the I I respect; but considering Europe
as a
Dec. 24.-In regard to :
car by accident Mr. Louis Chazel saw whole. It appears that storms prepon- LuncheonWhile -:::
,z;.! the car somewhere between Newberry I of the child labori ''
derate near the seasons of the equinoxes. i .-; *.>v :
ii, TEN DOLLARS and Tampa and mentioned having i the recent meeting of the ." : .
seen it to the firm, who sent a man in this city Mr. W. outShopping :
BUY to hunt it up. He found it sidetracked 1 general manager of the : :
is all you need. a day's journey fr Jm it? destina and Reading Coal and
I tion. Mr. MacKay' said he had datato authorized the follow- WHEN HER BACK ACHES i I
Just think a small $10 back up all he said in his general Child labor In the ,
NEWYEAR'S pay-I presentment, which made the grand I, a feature of this dis .
ment'will fam- turn with envy by comparison At the
procure your jury green- A WOMAN FINDS ALL HER EN 3 3i
.
in Pennsylvania a mining I
ily a high-grade life-lasting The Clark-Ray-Johnson Co. made a I the employment of ERGY AND ,AMBITION SLIP-

Piano .. detailed statement of the shortcom- sixteen years of age in the PING AWAY. KandyKitchen. :
ings and poor service cf the railroad of boys under. fourteen i

I I Get it nO'w-or buy it now, and said specific data, could be nad mines. Pensacola women know how the .
on application. took a prominent I
aches and pains that come whenthe
and have it deliv ercd just before Messrs. D. II. ,McXeill and }Y. R- the passage of that law \ i
kidneys fall make life a burden.
Peterson doing business as in any way connived at
GIFTSHERE Christmas. tine operators neat: Trilby, turpen-I When From my knowl Backache hip pains, headaches dizzy What you .

I! This $10 payment will get next speakers- Mr Peterson people of our mining com- spells distressing urinary troubles i : iI
o r the A. C. L. service was so infernally your positive that they have
all tell
e you a fine Caswell., Bach, '( rotten flat it simply compelled for their sons who are un of'siek' kidneys and warn yon Want quickly i
them to :o out of the lumber busi- ing to work in mines to any of the stealthy approach ,of diabetes I

Shulz; or a .slightly used I ness. He said they had 80 cars ,of good as has been stated, or to dropsy and Bright' disease. Doan'a Served and THotCoffee

Kranich & Bach or Lester lumber on the Aground and 12 cars Fruit extent Kidney Pills permanently cure all I .. '
the track and that not being able of the parents and of these ,disorders. Here'' proof of it .
or one of a number of good Ion get cars to load this lumber. on has been grossly exag- In Pensacola woman's :
a
I words:
I they simply quit business. He said Cake and e have In Pennsylvania a +
pianos. "t [this service has existed since last October pdncation law enforced by lira. David C. Wilson, wife of Capt.
Everything for :'men a year ago. He said it took 12 German In every district and David C. Wilson.of, the tug boat Col- i and Chocolate
2.50 a week will for I umbia, and residing at. 26 South !
pay l days to get a,car of,oats from Tampa. kuchen, itself a bar to the abuses Rens
and then the quality is the Piano, without interest. One car of naval stores was on the on which the Child St., says: "If Doan'a ,Kidney Pills had .
road from November to December headqu comnlains. not benefitted me, nothing could Induce i Fit for the i iI
there, always at a saving Prices from $139 up. Get 4, bound for Sav&nnah'and was a Look : secretary of the Na- me to recommend them either
barrel short from evapora Jon. He Labor Committee. cIMm- publicly or privately.: I had a never-
i' in price. it now. said the track around their mills was they will <)XW) boys under fourteen ceasing pain In the small of my back Gods. .J !

poor but had been 'improved with the OLD were at work In the that made me nervous and when 1 .I :
GET IT NOW. new ties. He also spoke of the bad br"afe"rs. The official !'e- went about my work' around the ..
treatment by subordinate -officials P"1JQcvIT1ln'* D r rtinnt house the pain would be intense. : +
and their utter ,disregard for the that onl,.' 8124 boys Other symptoms of kidney complaintwere
rights of the ,hIpper. He said he West on And -teten years noticeable and '! decided to try i 0t:
The Clutter Music{ ,House had the data to prove what he said. "" lr in the finos or In and I and check the trouble before It be-
Mr. E. C. McCleod of Kendrick : T*..i{""rH. of these the re came too deeply seated and I got ,
how of lime to but 760 are over the .tn- Doan's Kidney Pills. Their use i 'r'w
told shipments
Tampa .
H, 0. ANSON ;wJusReceived.. : were on the road from '10 to 20 dajm -,>: Th. area of 7M/ were strengthened the kidneys. banished .1..- 'M'V1M--- ...- --- ..... 'I-eV's..... ....#. ........ .:
Imported,Soacaronl Sweet Oil. Cheeses and became air slaked and almost No. 8 S. tfce nn"" TtJ fntT Tr M- the backache, and. prevented the languor .
Dill Pickle Sauer Kraut. Mackerel Cod worthless.PILES. ,. erns from the fact that and depression that I felt in the
CASH ClOTHIER
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Fish Figs Feet. Spanish Onions. Pilot nt them mornings. I mid do ,
Bread French Navy Bread. Srenrthlcz where WPM born In my housework i i
Cener Pilifox frsh and new. CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS. : -. All of these boys I without suffering, and Iregained' my
,; ud Mall, Witch Hotel Jl.00 per gallon. PA2O OINTMENT Is ruaranteea .to chase d' to employing operators usual energy and health. i "'
I cure any case of Itching; Blind. Bleeding '. *
I Marine .Grocery Company. or Protruding Piles in C to 14 days, or that they' were of proper .l' For sale by all :dealers.. Price 50 .

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