The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: December 27, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news
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THE WEATHER:' Fair. and wanilerr Thursday; Friday increasing cloudinessfresh"southeast.to east.W 1ds. -


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Governor Magoon Reportsthat SELF i Guards Intimidated and a (NEGROES GATHER IN Held C Last Night With. f,.: ;:

GOVERNMENTFOR Strike Breaker Taken Attendance, of th d \ 'I II'
They Are Attempting .'
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to Start Insur- THE INDIANS; From Engine at I __ STREETS OF SCOOBA o.' Directors.Reports :: i

Opelousas. -st
rection. iia-

Demanded: by Former Member, : of British Parliament ini i TOWN OWED Fear Violence if They Remain Showed That Already :;iJ ?t

Simultaneous Insurrectionsto Speech Opening of the Indian National Southern Pacific Experiencing in the Outside 155 Shares of Stock ''il ?11

Little in Had Been Subscribed.
Be Carried On in'Hawaii 'Congress at Calcutta.By : Districts. Jj

Handling Trains. BY'EARTHQUAKEHalf [
and Philippines.GREAT i '
I By Associated! Presa. said the Boers whom the Indians I TROUBLE GREW OUT OF METHODOF FIFTEEN FLOATS TO COMPOS

Calcutta Dec. 6.-At the opening: helped to subjugate had
the Indian' National
Congress t oself government and urged the raising ALL. YARD ENGINES EXCEPTINGTWO "
NUMBERS OF JAPANESE day ten thousand delegates heard 1 of NIGHT INSTEAD OF TWELVE AS '
a large patriotic fund to educate of AriCffc Chile Is Destroyed MURDERER GOVERNOR ;
Badabhl Naoroji formerly a member 1 Indians as to their rights and I AT SAN ANTONIO ARE ..... ., ,
of the British parliament, Insist upon a f. HERETOFORE ELEVEN OH, ,
campaign England. The OFF FOR SCENE OF
the right of Indiana as British .1 WORKING-REWARD OFFEREDFOR and Neighboring
speech received
subjects to themselves. He THE RIOTING.
s proval of the multitude.
HAVE BEEN DISCHARGED FROM Severely. Bv Associated Press -,;

INVESTIGATIONOF FREIGHT EMBARGO REMOVED. Scooba Dec. 26.-When the Associated An interesting meeting of the dlreo
THE JAPANESE ARMY.By NO MEETING OF f Press representative ar-ned ,tors of the Pensacola Carnival ABSO

By Associated Press early to-night he found the streets elation was held last night In ths 5 -
By Associated Presf. Santiago Chile. Dec %;.-Half' of I tro1'1dedwith negroes': who had gathered rooms of the Chamber of Commerce.
Associated Press. New Orleans Dec 26.-General the town of Arica,'In the province' front miles aro1tD They were there being a good attendance of directors .

Washington, Dec. :Governor Superintendent CUshing of the Southern -1 i i Gacna has been destroyed by an highly excited and had gathered to- and many matters pertaining ito

Maroon, from Havana today cabled ALLEGED CITY COUNCILS Pacific, has a report that a party earthquake and other neighboringtowns gether through fear of violence they the coming big show received attention -

Ferrffary Taft 'a report that Japanese of masked men took-fireman froman suffered,severely. The seaportof said, if they remained in outside dis I 1I

have been heard intriguing at an engine at Opelousas, ,La.. today. Iquique one hundred and twenty tricts. I The principal matter discussed was ,
!insurrection for the control of Cuba.A Two guards are carried on each engine ,.miles south,' was not damaged. People With the militia patrolling the the financial condition of the association '#

story is also current that simul and it is presumed that these in the earthquake zone are greatly streets there is little apprehension but the committee reported that b
I among white or clack here to-nlgat i 155 shares of stock had been guaranteed '
taneously insurrections will be'carrIed SHOOTING UNTIL1907Only were intimidated. alarmed. ,
: Information from the most reliable
on in Hawaii and the Philippines. Mr: Cushing announced the removal by the citizens of Pensacola.
sources indicates that at least five _
of the embargo on through freight. which gives the association a good
JAPANESE ATTEMPTINGTO between Louisiana and Texas negroes were killed tiding the trouble start upon the work, and It is anticipated ,i -;;
: points.i
cf the last two ,
days. I
CROSS THE BORDER I that many other shares will oa
Into Cars By Soldiers Has't Six All Trains Operated. i ANTI-CHILD Del'utySherl1f Alexander and a 'subscribed for within the next two or
t posse have returned from a tour cf thus swelling tb
El Paso ec. 26-Japanese in great Houston, Dec. 26.-The Southern three weeks largely ?
numbers are attempting to cross the Pacific announced today that the section i the surrounding districts They madeno amount received from this source.It '
Rio Grande border from Mexico t Completed, by Last Night, and Body of road between New Orleans to arrests and reported all quiet I is the desire to make the Mardi "

claiming to have been dischargedfrom El Paso affected by the strike of fire I' Cause of Trcuble. i Gras festival of 1907 and especially

the Japanese army. Fifty-four I Judge Advocate. Adjourned Until men was experiencing'but little difficulty -! lABOR DIll )Meridian Miss. Dec 26.-A special) the mystic parade the grandest and

were refused entrance yesterday.Later and that all scheduled trains from Scooba says that the race most complete yet given in Pensaoola, ,;

a number were smuggled across January 3. were operated on time. It was also trouble grew' out cf the methods cf and plans] have been mapped out

at Fort Hancock but were captured by It was stated yesterday afternoonby announced that all yard:engines excepting I a mot that was nearrhlng for the neIgre along these lines. Instead of twelve ;;.
floats that formed the mystic
Immigration inspectors who are pat two at San Antonio who killed Jolm O'Brien during large j
in to know whereof were
parties a position I last there will this
Full yearbe
Text of Measure Introduced parade year
rolling the entire border. working. the trouble at Wihal&k: on Monda7.
There was no quorum present last and will be equal It
they speak that the Investigationinto fifteen .they
These stories recall the. trip of night at the Having received no word from the The mob. becoming reckless, l Killed
regular meeting of they in the
Commissioner Sargent to Honolulu to' 'the charge that soldiers fired at ,-: Council and those aldermen firemen taken from an engine by I by Senator three and possibly' five negroes end not greatly former superior occasions.any seen
city on
investigate Japanese Immigrants the the conductor of the dummy train present 'adjourned to meet January masked men, General .Fay has author- I to ''negro,: houses were bnrro 1 I The work of building these floats tl

arrival of unprecedented numbers on near:' Ft. Barrancas a week or more 3, ISO/ I ized rewards of two hundred and fifty I :Beveridge. Deputy Alorander, bell mug has been in progress for some weeks.

Iue Pacific coast and the San .Francisco ago, has been completed by the judge '-nose present at.7 o'clock were dollars for each of the men in the 'the mob was beyrnd control, ap- :and already eleven have been com rte:

school troubles.THROWN advocate of the department of the,Mayor Bliss and Aldermen Cahn Me-I abducting party pulled to the governor for troops.: I pleted. while the artists and workmen 4
gulf. The' Investigation has been, !Hugh Reilly, Yonge and No Special I to The Journal; Vardaman of for Scene. I employed by the association are busy
FROM ASOUIHER.V I After waiting about fifteen WrIght.j Violence Offered. Washington, Dec., 26.Following is Jackson Dec. 26.Governor86da.-.'I upon others with every assurance of
rigidly pursued by the judge advocate.for another member: to show Opelousas, La, Dec. :S.-John Gold- the full text of the anti-child labor man. members of his ruff and twenty- having them completed some time before -' .

wno not ollly.toolt>i: ,the testimony of':present adjourned the reaux, a Southern Ppcific fireman bill Introduced in the' senate on December five militiamen left for Scooba tonight the Carnival. which is now'about tfive

TRAIN.r the soldiers who were m' +*'!,*- train.*next Thursday, January 3. i' was taken from his !-j .'Ine last: night ; .by"Senator Beveridger I ; use, governor announced that weeks distant. and thus prevent ,I
but also that of citueub! rlio were -mere was considerable business to!by four masked men twenty 'miles A bill to 'prevent tHe employment he>had not received news of a 'fresh 'any*rush of work towards the Close.. 'f f

passengers on. the train when the come before the body, and the session from here and forced to walk in. He of children in iactories and mines. outbreak but since it was ImposslMe The prosnects are that the big celebration ; I

WOMAN IN CRITICAL I' trouble first arose. I would have been an Interestingone. said no violence was offered him .but Be it enacted by the senate and to get definite news he goes to make will be one of the grandest -:,

CONDITIONAS The first trouble between the conductor The report of the joint committee that he was held until the train was house of representatives of the UnIt-,, a )personal investigation.CITRUS I ever given here.and it is expected

RESULT OF ACCIDENT and, a soldier: occurred near composed of the members of the out ,of sight and then released. He ed States of America in congress' I that many visitors will come to the i1f
Perdido and resulted in the arrest of' franchise and ordinance and engross- knows none of his-assailants. assembled That ,six months from' city for all of the railroads in the- '
NEAR who finedJn. the municipal would not and after the Northeastern Tariff Association have .. :
MADISON, S. C. one man was ing committee however passage of this act no FRUITS
court the following morning. It have submitted a report upon the carrier of interstate commerce shall made a rate of one and a third fare "j

was then charged that when the train franchises applied for by A. A. Eric- I tarnsport transportation the prod- for the round trip and this will be '," 1

By Associated Press. was returning from the last trip the I son and others and also by the Pensa- BIG STEAMERS ucts of any factory or mine In which FROZEN SOLIDBy well advertised by the railroads and: ..AIn

Atlanta Dec. .-After falling from conductor was' fired upon by parties cola Electric Company for permission children under fourteen years ,of age addition the association will alas i

i Southern Railway train near Madison near the fort. to build a track along Garden street I are employed or permited ,to work do considerable advertising. ,

S. C., and lying unconscious in i The first investigation was made by This committee has not yet had an which products are offered to said in-, Associated Press.
freezing weather for over two hours, Col. Stewart commander of the post opportunity of meeting and formulating terstate carrier by the firm person,i .Tampa. Dec. 26.-Fort Myers reports PLEA DAY I IN ; :

Mrs Fred W. Auld now lies critically who reported that there was nothln a report but It is probable that it HERE i or corporation owning' or operating! say that the citrus fruits in the "
III in a hospital here. While in the charges, and this report which will be ready by the date of the'adjourned FORCOTTON said factory or mine or any officer I groves along the Caloosahatchie are
passing was forwarded to Gen. Duvall the department or agent or servant thereof, for trans frozen solid. Fort Myers fruit is but CRIMINALCOURTNUMBER
from coach meeting.RECEIVERS
one another
she fell
commander at Atlanta was I portation into any other state or territory little damaged.
from: the platform. Her husband sent to Washington.Secretary I I than the one In which said factory -.
missed her, left the train and drove Taft..however did ont FOR THE I is 'located. '
his wife was seem satisfied with the investigation I I Sec. 2. That no carrier of t
inter-j >
found. and ordered a more rigid one. and I state commerce shall OBSCENE '
this was undertaken by General Duval M. J. &: K. C. R. R. .II.accept for transportation the products I! : BILLBy FINED FOR USING

EXPULSION OFMONTAGNINI and the Judge advocate of the depart- of any factory or mine offered it for I LANGUAGE.

ment of the gulf. The latter'arrived II transportation by any person, firm.Or
in Pensacola during the latter portionof Mobile, By Dec.Associated 26.-Upon Press.an applica-I August Belmont Aristea ,corporation which ownes or operates I Associated Press. I Several defendants pleaded guilty
Paris Dec. 26.-The senate today
the week and was followed on Saturday cation insolvency the Chancery !such factory or mine or any 'officer, yesterday in the criminal court. Judge
by General Duvall and his aide, alleging referred the supplimentary church! 'I'he defendants as
agent or ,servant of'such Beggs presiding.
I Court today appointed F. E. and Capreva to' Take person and state separation bill on the separation -!
who spent that day at Fort Barrancas firm or corporation until the president a rule were celebrating ,Christmas
Dewey and J. Lewis Dantzler receiv church and state. The vote
it stated that the of
is matter was made use of Indecent
and in doing so
or secretary or general
VATICAN INFORMED THAT THE gone into most thoroughly, and he result ers of the Mobile Jackson and Kan- Big Cargoes. ,I!lof such corporation or a member manager or Is considered as a test and as aisur-1; language in public., -
sas City railroad, extending from here the of the measure by abig
will be forwarded to the secre- tug passage
FRENCH MINISTER HAS MADE such firm or the person oyning-Dr I John Gash and John Powell white b
I to Tenn three hundred '
tary of war.JEROME.RADY. Three big steamers reached port I!operating such factory or mine shall majority. men. were' sentenced to pay a fine f, ,
STATEMENT TO POWERS.By and sixty miles. Dewey who was for yesterday and the day previous consIgned j,file with said carrier'. an affidavit td I of $15; and costs or serve thirty days !!

: TO merly general manager, was' remov- to the Gulf Transit Company i the effect' that children under fourteen TROUBLE BREWING J each for this offense. x'

ed eighteen months ago ana was suc- and will take out cargoes of cotton years of age area not employed Lizzie;; Wright and Maud Webster, ,

Associated Press. ceeded by T. P. Whittlesey.INVESTIGATING and phosphate rock to Bremen Ham in such factory or mine. PITERI colored, were sentenced to pay a fine

Rome Dec. 26.-The Vatican has AIR MUTUAL ROWBy burg and other foreign ports. The ves- .I See. 3.. That the form of said affidavit FOR KING : of $10 and costs each or serve 4;)

been informed that the French foreign sels entering were the August Belmont shall prescribed by the secretary days In jail; and on the charge of

minister has made verbal statements Associated Press. NEW YORK LIFE one of the regular liners be- of.the department of commerce Bv Associated Press. I E public>> ce! of Indecent and obscene
tween Pensacola and Bremen the Aus- and labor. After the first affidavit is each sentenced :
to Paris representatives of foreign York Dec. 26.-District Attorney Belgrade Dec. %&-Disorderly uanguage they were
New '
governments !in spite of the Jerome today announced to By Associated Press. trian steamer Aristea and the Italian,filed a like, affidavit shall be filed, on scenes and open expressions against I to pay a fine of $15 andjcosts or serve

statements of the'rencn' government Mutual Life Policyholders Association New York Dec. 26.-The grand jury steamer Capreva.All or before July'first 'and on or before the present dynasty attended the 30 days. Sentence was suspended in ;it itiI #
to the contrary; covering the Vatican's''I the to take today resumed its investigation of of the steamers are of large December thirty-first of each year I adoption. the national assembly today both cases provided the women leave I
protect to the powers on the his readiness up the New York life Insurance Com- carrying capacity, none being under with the interstate carrier to which of the loan and armament bill,I the state immediately and remain ., i
connection with the election
in transportation and after
former secretary of the Papal moned to appear and give evidence In an immense amount of export freight.;!s' ucts ; i Elgraicre. For the public use of obscene and
nuncia- of the Mutual Life affidavits i
of trustees The principal item to compose the'cargoes the first affidavit subsequent
lure at Paris. connection with the information indecent language Lyman Couch was
Company. brought out by the Armstrong inves- of these vessels will be cotton -:shall also state that no children un- TRAGEDYIN sentenced to serve a term of thirty
der fourteen years of age are em-j DOUBLE '
especially the cargo of the Belmont -
tigation. days, and in addition tberto to pay a
CENTENARIANPAIR PROMINENT MAN which will be made up almost; ployed or permitted to work in said fine of $tS and costs or rerve: thirty }
have been employed -
I exclusively of this staple. This ves-afactory',; mine or days.
CONDUCTORS MAY to work in said
sel since or permitted JACKSONVlllEI
months carried
some out
i i I at time duringthe J. P. Floyd also pleaded guilty tothe
factory or any
FATALLY INJUREDBy the record breaking of cotton
DEMAND> MORE PAY cargo 'months. charge of using ooscene language
MARRIED for the and it is preceding six By Associated Press.
season expected that
Sec. 4. That any officer or agentof Jacksonville. Dec. 26.-The bodies but owing to the fact that there are
By Associated Press. I she will again take out a large I I'
other charges against him. De
Associated Press. carrier of interstate commerce cab driver and many
. El Paso Dec. 26.-COnductors On I amount The warehouses of the L. & a of George Patterson a
Special to The Journal. New York, Dec .-Benjamin I Mexican Central Railroad are voting;I N. are now well filled with cotton but who Is a ''party. to any violation of Alice Clark a boarding housekeeper was not sentenced.

Vienna, Dec. 26.-A centenarian pair Brown, financial manager of the J on the question of demanding an Increase on account of the car shortage now; this act or "who knowingly violates were found early to-day in different

v aft just been married at Aujezd in American and United States Express in pay which, if carried, will prevailing there is some delay In get any of the provisions of this act shall rooms of the latter's house. That it THE WEATHER
!iloratio. wounded himself I amount' to fifteen rock and I be punished for each offense by a was murder and suidde or double
Rosa Waldner, the bride Is Companies fatally approximately percent ting the phosphate for this thousand
just over loo) years old._ She walked wtth a pistol while,visiting the joint reason one vessel. the Cycle has been fine of not more than ten ,thousand molder is evident The'police are In-
up the aisle fairly briskly, dressed in offices of companies today in Brook Idle for several days. I dollars nor less than one for not vestigating. I MUCH WARMER
the costume Of the for the shooting has BOY KILLEDAT It is that the rush of I dollars or by Imprisonment
the peasant women of lyn. No cause expected export i than six months nor less than NEGRO BOY ARRESTED i j
locality and carrying bunch of been assigned. cotton through Pensacola within more
'whito EUFAULA ALA.By month or.hjjlwth said fine and FOR CRIMINAL A&sAU LT.
Comers. I
,, the next two or three weeks will almost
.To .imp'isonment;'inn the discretion of the AND, IT IS PREDICTED THAT TEM.
*f ,
hopper of time
the that some ince.
bridegroom is equal '
Associated Press. court. Any person by, this act required By Associated Press:
*"V!;''anoe rear older and required the as- COUNT'ITTE Eufanla Dec. %6.-Sherry Brannon, to file the affidavit ,herein Louisville, Dec. 26.-Charles Ros- PERATURE WILL CONTINUETO
of I
'went the arm of a friend as he aged ten, was last night struck in the YOUNG WOMAN ed for who fails or refuses to proTld-1 enfield. a negro aged thirteen was RISE.
lCony up to the altar. After the cere- head by a roman. In falling'his head affidavit who shall make a false arrested here today 'charged with a

''II'.ilk(1 the newly married couple DENOUNCED struck the curbing and his ,neck was statement in said affidavit, shall be criminal assault near JacKson wherehe After several days when the tern.
driu iu arm out of the church BADLY BURNED fine not escaped from prison last July after
sad fram i broken. punished by a exceeding was decidedly low the > f
; a great ovation from the .
"lagers. 1 twenty thousand dollars nor committing thirty-six roboeries In I weather yesterday was considerably

Special to The Journal EX-SENATOR CAFFERY IN to The Journal. five thousand dollars or by Imprisonment Mississippi. t warmer, the temperature rising during
St. Dec. 26.FatherJohn CRITICAL CONDITIONBy Special .one year nor less
Petersburg. exceeding
Chipley, Dec. 26.-The daughter of not the day several degrees. The prediction
FIVE both fine Murdered Shot and Killed.
of Cronstadt Sunday solemnly months orF i "
DURING the jailer at Vernon was terribly than three for to-day Is that there will be
blessed the banner of the reactionary Associated Press. In the discretionof HawHnsvffie Ga\. 'Dec. 26.-After
and Imprisonment still further rise in the temperaturemaking
: the a
New Orleans, Dec. 26.-The condItion burned yesterday n jail there
organization, the Union of the Russian court.CREMATED. cutting the throat of Stella Flanders
to the it more pleasant
A GENERAL i of former United States Senator and Is not expected live. It is {
FIGHT ,people. The ceremony' was:attended I Caffery took a turn for the'worse presumed that her clothing caughtfire Luther Morris, a negro was shot and Yesterday the maximum temperature -
by thousands. the fire place but no INBURNING killed ,by Sheriff Rogers Morris resisted was 55 degrees at :::0 p. m., t
evening and it is now feared ie from particulars
this :
', I ,
remark of one aof(
I The concluding arrestShot
By learned at presentChristmas JAIL while the minimum was 34 degrees at
AssOciated' Prei can be
< the speakers "Down With the Consti will not recover.: .
Tuiiahoma. Tenn 7 a. m. Last year on the same date ;
Eta were shot three Dec.whom- tution" was loudly cheered. Count Killed Himself With :Pistol' Suicide. By 'Associated PresS. During Quarrel. the maximum was 24 degrees and the

diee! during a fight of may Witte was denounced a traitor to Columbus, Ga., Dee: 26. Wilson Columbus, Ga, Dec. 26.-Arriving Jacksonville,. Ala.. ,Dec. 26.-Tha Eastman, Ga, Dec. 26.-During a minimum 33 degrees.
here in billiard -: I
root Two-of the Bounded a first his country and it was declared that Morey, aged thirty-two, living twelve home from a Christmas tree celebra- city prison burn-l tarty to-day_ cremating quarrel today Harry Hargrove was The total deficiency in rainfall since Iii

q I':,"-re led and then men the revolutionaries should be dealt' miles' south of here, killed -himself tion last night Wilson Morley blew Richard ,Walter, under arrest shot and instantly killed by John January 1st now amounts to 10.79. { r
-uti:'wards pulled pistols. with on the principle' :of 30life for a his brains out with a pistoL) for beating his brother and his wife. Barch Both are prominent
the today.
with pistol .
shooting was.general 1l j life inches.'i'i


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i[r t. t MU Last Night's EMENTS.Play. ml,k i .1, ; .1I Iso MUSIC. LESSONS FREE'I I Ifi

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The dramatization of CharlesKlein's '! : Yi' f.L' Yf w- kSR a x., :R r..KYri k
novel. "The Lion and theMouse" I .3' -,4.J.:V i' q Y .. :h a. gw. f yw'vim' ,F Ft t'! $ dA. ;e 4
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d very large assembly of Pensacola's:s I A ,a u t K. r ,aq
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' best people. The opera house was:1, V' !;\. :; For a. few weeks we offer those who i
I. well tilled and no one was disappoint + I
eeL The play as is nearlr always the i! px.1" a. 3;a buy a pfal10 or from 50 Free I
r' rase is not as strong as the book, but* sq;t ., ( y'A.r..R :1' organ us :i
the cream of it all is embodied in the i I i ., 4+ at y'.f yr':6Y r e go,,dr Ae
drama and when served by a co ipe- <"4 iGkrKtg -'+ t.,kva'> t! 4'' yll.w: 3, Yfa '. Music Lessons. Cut out the following I If z
tent company leaves but little to he]j ; KeS. ,',a'0 a 4'
; desired. i 8$; \y wA and mail it to us whether
r coupon stating I
The story is a beautiful one and i : ..
strictly modern in its theme. It deals n '
with the great power wielded by a; Ji.aa'yY :'kR ft! a! piano. or::.organ wanted.: I
great financier; the influence of i YrF: : ,34C t ;"., br ... L. .'. .
:. money into politics woman's wit, and ,i ;" --- ,.... ::
love and the story: even in the play : .
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f Is all told in a fascinating way.' ; .. I.! I J 1 COUPON- : 1 .
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}.- Uusually Pensacola audiences are'f ........,. "'. f ( ..
T ,'' :X P .Xl' L ;.;
f cold and apparently indifferent to any ; 1 k /( tyA "-ry.7F ? y $ >,6' 1 "' -
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k ,thing ever we outside are told of comedy by theatrical This people, how-,. "..1.':: iJLwisl ,to buy af. ..-... .,_ .-, .-. ?-. ..and.please :":

is the rule nearly all over the country. i I

Shirley But when Rpssmore Miss ,Josephine presented Loyet her great as IIi' send me a Catalogue- with full. information, as 3

" denunciation scene, everything else ::
': paled] into insignificance. It :Ii
. grand. This scene will undoubtedly 1I.'a5 : 1 to:vour offer of fury free music lessons.'

J,' ,place Miss Loyet high in her profession i : -".. .- \I 2

part throughout in the future.and t-be She had handled a good it ) Name ...,,-_.'.... ,.. .., /. . r: ... ."..:/.. ....? ..
jWith, remarkable strength and ability.' \

,.The Everton entire, as cast John was Basket excellent; Ryder,Paul the j: I P. o. "--e.-,..:.;.".:!,:jt:. :... ".... .,., .. .. .. .. I

tr great money king was exceptionally{ I ,", .... ..- .'" '. -
;i tfz good. \ ,. .' '- !:Yy, x+'Y.kC; r1 I Business;. . . -I. . .. .:. . .... .
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The Royal Tonight a A +!V i T {rt '- C i Va y b I E
t 71V a > Va> .
Ben Jerome, the composeof the ::
music of The Royal Chef" the big 'qE ; aJa+ 'x"x: A .: ti fi

new seen musical here tonight comedy tells which an interest will be, | E., i E. FORBES PIANO CO. I

Ins story of how he came to write i ,
"The Suirit of 76" March, which isl! 'c3s

ecomins fcousa two-steps.as famous Mr.as Jerome any of is the,a I JAMES 0. SMITH. Mgr. Mobile, Ala. \

thorough American both in spirit and ;;:%r.., :JP :'!!! !; :::':'I'Ifum! ::11I:11: ;:;m::;ql'I:: !I :;/:; :I II 1111I111I11; :111:11I:: mill:!!::::::: I
i intent. Mr. Jerome happened to be ________ _
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I In, a town in Illinois one day: when ,1.A.w
i the home regiment was. passing
through on a parade with. a' big military -
t band; preceding it "The"band rNOTICE
played different national airs of a !
t t America. I noticed.* said Mr.. Jerome,
in speaking of it. "that there was not l ; JN -
; a tune played by the band which had I .
the least martial spirit to it. I thought I .
i to myself what a great opportunity intention 'was to present "Pare ifal" to the visual senses as a play that in I Ju'irya, >,rp-. i
1 a there for floe simply as a dramatic production, but itt very naturalness l. soulful hea.rtInlcrt F,;,,, ff ., :. ye4 ?A 'sNa"k'a
was a military march to M r r,.a4't ? .-w.ara' r % \ d:5 11I
t F the air of which the soldier boys was induced later to change his mind t. absorbing and thrilling plot M; ..wV".x. ;. : ; : Our stores will be closed for
i rould swing themselves along. The and produce it in combination music that brings the color to that cheeks : 'Yr$ 0id .
ii form., with healthy excitement that quickens -
'need of a proper march became deeper I
I By his doing 'so, the world gained ,the heart's action with every the
and deeper inculcated in my mind next few
i two grand productions instead of the ennobling Instinct and,interest watch- T' days, as we are
. one. It will forever remain as the ing the gradual unfolding ol' the' :
l tided that I would write the much- !grandest of all music compositions.It beautiful story stock
needed march' I went home and will as surely stand for all time It stands without a'peer in the dra-I ;+. xt*> a taking preparing to
for taro daja I worked and the result I as the grandest drama ever writ matic firmament. Such is "Parsifal"the
was "The Spirit of 76" march. So I ten. It requires a trained mind a play that required a quarter of a I _
that< the soldier boys themselves are cultivated musician to enjoy the century of its author genius's life to ) : move back to our old stand corner -
drama .
make it what it is today-the ,
music of 1VagnereOne
I: responsible for this melody, to the ) a
tune of which I hope he will often must thoroughly understanda of the world.
march. '.! thing to,,equally enjoy it But the This attraction will- be' here on / /' i. of Palafox and Intendencia
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simplest tyro in dramatic experience January ?) ..
"ParsifaL" j;[i can understand the exquisite story of NEURALGIA .FROM
It was in the year of 1837; that the;I,"Pa ;;ital" and understanding cannot COLDS. I streets where will be
x Immortal Richard Wagner first conceived fail to enjoy it. It is this very quality UAXAT1VE BROMO Quinine, the world we glad
his idea relating ,to the gran 3 simplicity, of the story 'and plot, wide Cold and Grip remedy removes
Call for full name. Look for signature
possibilities: contained in the legend that endears the pla? of "Parsifal" cause. E.W. Grove. 2Se:' I The hardware Department
; of the "lIoly Grail" for a wonderful the hearts and souls' of all those who serve you -
p. spectacle and drama. + '; social problems to The Parlor Market is the place to I tp
; It was not until'twenty yearr': There are no '
Er later namely 1S2: that his idea was' dissect neHlier arc there any Intricate buy first-class Western beef JCo 4y ,y, :4 rr al._ pa; will remain as
carried out to his satisfaction and the or mysterious fictions seen on the gross fed stock, sold here. Nothing I open
I '{ .
t 1: world was given! the glorious: work of part of any of ,the characters in the but the very best and at the same, $Aa f d I IrJ ',
I: "Parsifal. It is said that his first )clay But ,as.a spectacle that appeals i price paid for the other kind j 6i'ri' r30 'usuaL: .' :; :-. .: r.' -

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The Wives of the Rajah !in "The Royal Chef" Tonight

I, k t r ana zssociational, ReT. J. A. Abbott : The Big StoreSquare
1ti Jk'y a: it -Si:' zr I 'Sunday aO. 9:30 |: 'm.Sundayschool. I
PP, ?, 10:30 a. m. The great mis
V r I MEETING Eton of the Sunday school Et D.
i I Beggs. 11 a, m. Missionary eennoa. 1. -
,, I 2:30 p. m. Young people's meeting.
t 4.r duties, privileges and excuses of ';=11I1111111,,,,mh,!ml'''I::':::I ;I I II III,,1,11I1101''I Imh'I':: ''!:" Ii 011''I." "
a f Following is the program of the Christians E. h:. Rice. Fixing 1
& a j Pensacola Bay Baptist Association.I place of 'nex* meeting.:30- p.. m.
t meeting to be held with the Baptist }Preaching. f
I Tbtrchurches of the association are "Jackson Coffee"One
ti n'a church at Muscogee, Florida beginning r
+ requested to send messengers and
; Friday December 23: :
tip lu .q .SJ r' contributions for mtasion&Dinsrogee
Friday Dec. %8. 7:30 p. m.-Preaching : train will meet morningand

3rz = Saturday; by Rev.29 T., ,3:30 SL Callaway.;,a. m.-Organization :I ,noon' tram', on Saturday.: and Sunday I. pound ,for 25 cents. Only in cans. Don't I 1

< ; 10 a. ml the obligations of the ,
REV.. .
churches and church member to .the I 1 Chairman of Executive Bawd. forget Yes, your grocer sells itIMPORTERS

j I p.unsaved m. churches Rev. J.and W.pastors SeatexfltL and their 2:30,j..I., E. :\YILLJAMS, Secretary. r :

duties to each other. Rer. T. &, Calla- I
I way3:30 p. m. Meeting m the executive To Sail December 29. ,
board. 7:30 p. m. Discussion I i Washington, Dec. 26.-Ambasador
"" .. on missions foreign. Rev. A", Frank;land I Lady Durand will sau for Enbb'nA I NEW, :: ORlEA'NS. LA., U.S.A..I" .
Th Broilers in, "The Royal Chef 11oare; IiQxn&- 1m>z J2. Bliith; slst. ,. OQ Aeeainhar' :9.f fw ; JL
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: I Flue Curing Develops the Stimulating Aroma and Taste

/ I. SAILORS S .1I Writer Sees .

.1 Found In Schnapps that Satisfies Tobacco Hunger

:. Wonderful l Things In the

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I Those in Port 'Will Receive : '. Dim' and Distant There are three ways used by far- Hundreds of imitation brands are i
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) 1- Presents To-Night- Sent !: 'Future. mers for curing and preparing their on sale that look like Schnapps; the '. :

: r From tobacco for the market; namely, sun outside' of the imitation plugs of tobacco ,

: Norway. The Times-Union thus describes a is flue cured but the inside is -'
cured air cured and flue cured: The ,
p I fanciful trip by aeroplane down (or ,

I rather over) 'the 'East*Coast- of Florida : old and cheap way is called air cured; filled with cheap, flimsy, heavily ,
I_ ,An enjoyable treat is in store toiI j in '1910;. *: ;: 'The airship sweetened air cured tobacco '
I night for the Norwegian seamen who : descended as it hovered over the the later discovery and improved way ; one
I II south end cf Amelia Island and passed
chew of
I are in Portland It the entertainment several time In front of the works i! is called flue cured. In fluecuringthe Schnapps satisfy tobacco .

I planned for the men who are far_from i iI i iI at that "point to give.the inspectors at j ji tobacco is taken hunger longer than two chews of ,_- -". '
from the field
home comes up to expectations: it will j i i view of the crab fisheries. This ia the; such tobacco.
I prove an'interesting affair. most important station in Florida efi and suspended over intens ly hot ; ,
JIi I The entertainment will be a Christ-,, that crab fishery wcich has been) Expert tests prove that this flue :
transferred from the Chesapeake-the. flues in houses built to
I i t mas tree at. the Norwegian church en : hundreds of fishing boats,the marshes I especially retain cured tobacco, grown in the famous ,

: ::: ( South Paiafox street and ,will be only covered with wired pens for the care I the heat, and there kept in the Piedmont
I for the aeamen although all Norwegians of the soft crabs and the activity of i region, requires and takes

L'L are invited as well as 'others : a large force of then with the facih-. proper temperature until this ,curing less sweetening than ,any other kind fad
f who interested in brightening the ties for shipping provided, shows tae .
:: : in the tobacco the
S- ; g i : [ Uves"of th se :who are so, far, away,;, volume of the business> '* It process developes has wholesome, stimulating, Isatisfying.
I I from,their homesupon this OCC sion.. ,i iI i i was a busy scene that :next met. our :stimulating tasteand :
:: effect
i Many ,of the presents to be":distributed :; eyes, aod it required an (effort to real-. on If the .
have been received from the i 1 t ize Mat five years ago'Mayport could found in Schnapps tobacco, just as kind tobacco you are chewing don't J
homes of the men sent by relatives and scarcely be called ,a town. It now .
We are going to have a regular. Overcoat Carnival I these will be-placed upon the tree by does! as large business as the port of green coffee: is made fragrant and satisfy,. more than the mere habit of : '

for the last week in December.We the pastor of the church and to-night Jacksonville and is known'throughout the
will be given out and will be received : the country as the headquarters stimulating by roasting process. expectorating, stop fooling yourselfand

I with the usual expressions of joy. the products of the St. Johns Fishing Only choice selections of this ripe chew tobacco. i
are loaded right up' to the ,chin with the .Other presents are from the masters Company. ,*,: We were.: already ,.; Schnapps 1jj
finest Overcoats and Cravanettes fresh from the of vessels to their crews while some hovering over the great clam factoriesof juicy flue 'cured 'leaf, grown in the Schnapps is like the tobacco chewers .j4
who have friends In port will receive '
Mint. All the new novelties and special sample stylesare "gifts. i Here:Matanzas the investors before have weTeahzed secured proprietary It.- famous Piedmont country, where the formerly bought costing from 750

here, as well as the best qualities in the conven- pastor The of tree the has church been has placed been busy and the for :' behind the rights inlet over and the great the factories marshes best tobacco grows, are used in to $1.00 per pound; Schnapps is soldat j

tional patterns. attaching the past few many days presents decorating, which W have and behind the shell bluffs on the seaside Schnapps and other Reynolds' brands 5oc.per pound in 50. cuts, strictly '4

This is the season when an overcoat is an abso- come through'the mails from far-away' i i|are ing busily the season laboring in night preparing and day this dur-ex- of high grade, flue cured tobaccos. 10 and 15 cent plugs. 'J
lute necessity; and here it.is. at absolute reduction. i i I cellent food at great! profit to themselves -
and the .state. Only: a few,

Twenty per cent. off from the regular price.,The THOS. Y.' WATTS years without ago these value marshes but t;.,they were are'considered the-I R.: J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, WINSTON.SAT.F.M1 N. C. 1 I

stock to-day is complete in every size and in every natural home of the clam ,while the '

fashionable pattern. This is strictly a Cash Sale; DIED'SUNDAY care ot the experts employed by the ---- -: : : M i.i .
factories make the supply practically cided. What'ia the consequence? I
don't ask to have them charged at these prices. -
S. the which
inexhaustible. The. wbole is carefully Simply Biscayne oyster for
WELL KNOWN CITIZEN OF, CHIP- ,plotted and marked off Into sections gormands come from Paris and Berlin -
and the age' and:condition of "and London every winter and demand PIANOS 1
LEY PASSED AWAY AFTER the clams in each of 'these sectionscan rooms at Miami regardless of

LONG ILLNESS. t be learned in 'a .moment ,by reference price. A long train of cars ,
I to the maps }n the superin- filled with,.pleasure! seekers was leaving -'
nden's office the station for Key West-a.sea
) -the work of each
( Chipley, Dec. 26.-Hon. Thos. Y day Js;,under, direction] and only ,the, yoyage on 'a railroad as,this was call- A good piano is cheaper in the end, in the beginning : 114
Watts, ex-United Stat s' deputy 'marshal I prime product finds its 'way to market. ed,when the work of the, East: Coast l
STAJIDARDOTHIl1GfTHIESEn surrounded by his family and f *: "*. After ,an hour we, ran. off extension :waa' finished some :years and all the time. 3
friends,. passed quietly away Sunday the: )highway, and approached the agu.:. The Jine',of road has,made possible ,'.
:. morning at o'clock. Mr. Watts had shore to, catch' "a 'view, of :Smyrna:: inlet the protection ,of these waters!.J A Watch for 79c is nevertheless a watch. j

been in failing health for: ,several The airship hovered ,over the lying between' the keys' and the main- '
months, and his death has been ex- works for an hour. There are "side I land, and they now teem with the t A ,suit of clothes for the largest man at $4.98: is
----- __ -J- nected. for some time. issues.? but at- Smyrna inlet "it. is Mseacrawfish" or Florida lobster which .
While a mere boy Mr. Watts enlisted I fish." 'as she expresses' it. From the has replaced in all markets the coarser still a suit. ,i11H
in the Fifth Florida Regiment in great barges that run.out behind the ,lobster of the northern waters that .
TURTON & BELL. local police as he had been -I which he served honorably during the tugs for the menhaden that furnishoil once presided :at Jo.many. feasts and Yet these articles are dear because worthless. '.
PHOTOGRAPHERS. SINCE lor 1870. in a cell at headquarters last war, and his comrades speak of him I I and fertilizers to;tte:delicate mullet -,levied contributions on ;so many
'.11. AmiteirJ.
S.phell.ft.sbiIl1 when he was brought to the city for as being a gallant soldier.' He received and ,sea trout in;,their" season. "it pockets-being considered necessaryto I The same thing is true of cheap pianos-pianos J
surgical attention. having lost the lit- a severe wound in the :war, is fish.? Years ago the menhadenwere restore the strength lost in the ,
COTTRELL, tle finger on his left hand while working from which he suffered during the remainder ,taken and the:'presses ;set goIng dissipation of ball or opera. Insteadof which are made like lightning and sound like thunder '
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. in the turpentine camp. of his life. but it was then found "the sharks haphazard, fishing' by placing potsin "
Pensacola. Fla. "When Jennings was in the jail here He was one time sheriff of.Washington take. all the'profitTJjow' the sharks the open sea to be visited in storm -after a little use. ,;
he told Sergt Minor that he had been County and whIle acting. as- sheriffhe become part ot the ptoflt -all is fish andoz.the: lobster: now "cultivated" -
R. K. WHITE sent up from Pensacola, for life, on led a posse which- captured Pen- that' come 'to the: net*" How every as a turkey: would be on land-he A Kranich & Bach Lester, Packard, Cassell, .
a charge of murder, but it was stated : outlaw from Alabama. makes his home'in the crevices of the
.ton a desperate cent of value is taken from, so
achinler.(!ft:cian., 30 Manufacturing S. Paiafox Street Jeweler.Pensacola.and'Graduate Fla. yesterday that he was sentenced toserve :for which he was thanked personally varieties of fish, how the,losses many once coral islets and comes forth in July Clutter Piano, last a l life time and are always good. ,
a term" of five years for assaultto :1. by Governor Jones, of :Alabama. considered ruinous have been stopped and August to sprawl on the bright ,
murder. While acting as sheriff he,was complimented how ,the.lntiustry4B.eo carefully sands of these sunny waters and to See them at the ClutterIus1c House-oldest 1
by the Governor of Floridaas De'"selected" when fattest and placedin
managed,that the supply Increases In-
Tersely ToldJohn In Praise of Chamberlain's Cough being',the most' vigilant oflicer in stead cF diminishing, ,will be matter cold storage ready for market The and largest in the state.
Remedy. the state. He has for the past sever of' careful investigation and particular keys are "stations" along the line of
J. Creary, of jJothan, Ala., is There is other al years been a U.. deputy marshal study on the return trip of the railway, each is also a station'for the i.!
.'n the city ,on a short business trip. factured that no has received medicine manu and in this capacity he has been faith delegation. Coming to ,the fishermen and the experience of Gal- t
so much ful and diligent in the discharge of his veston taught ,the method of making ,
Eugene Smith formerly of this city, praise and so many expressions of waters of Biscayne Bay 'we
but in Gulfport is in the gratitude as Chamberlain's duties. find that condition that made,the Ches- these safe from.the equinoctial storms
now residing Cough
He was a member of the Masonic the that may still occur. The whole OPER.A. ::E3:0USE:
apeake storehouse of
city! on a visit to his mother and Remedy. It is effective and prompt and also of the Kntehts of luxuries for f1.
Lodge: the table length of Hawk'3 channel is a "park"where
other relathes. relief follows its /nse. Grateful parents reproduced. Careful treatment
Pythias. He was buried Sunday evening has these crustaceans are "ag.
everywhere- not hestitate to paved the bottom of this
H. O. Amundson, of New York with Masonic honors in Glenwood! hired" where and
Capt. they are protected
exquisite body of
testify to ito merits for the benefit of water with oystersat
representing the underwriting agency: others. It Is a certain cure for croup I cemetery. I frequent intervals above Miami furnish profitable employment to
in which a number of foreign ships many families as well as food ,to Thursday December 27th.
and will prevent the. attack if given i the sea water Is let in at will, and t;
cow in this port are insured, is in the af the first appearance of the disease.It the waters: of Smoke River, Arch thousands- tables throughout the ,
city in the interest of the agency. is especially ;adapted to childrenas MURDER MOST I' creek and other affluents from the land.

Lawrence Nielson, of Montgomery it is pleasant take and contains Everglades placed entirely under con i PRODUCTlONJj:
vho has been spending the holidays nothing injurious. Mr. A. E. Hum-I REMARKABLE trol so that the conditions for perfect ODD MARRIAGE CUSTOM. ORIGINAL
here with his parents, wilt leave. tonight phreys a well known resident and' I care of the bivalves are never disturb
to resume his duties in the cty! clerk in the store of Mr. E.: Lock of 1 ed. The director tests the watersof I Porches M Wedding Certificates .. iif-
There he is now residing. Alice Cape Colony, South Africa Special to The Journal. the bay and his stand-gates are I the Island. .f ene' The Musical Cocktail With a Menu of ,
saysI have used Chamberlain's I Sydney, N. S. W.. Dec. 26.-News 1 lifted to the east or the west and sai: I Among Jerseymen prcpcr-that: Is to
w. C. Lewman and H D. Lewman. Cough Remedy,to ward off croup and has just reached here: from New or fresh water added as may be de- say, among the descendants of the original Music Direct From a 26 Weeks .
of the contracting firm of Lewman colds in my family. 1 found it to be if
the island and not
Inhabitants of
I I Hebrides. the remarkable manner .
Bros- of Louisville, arrived In the very satisfactory, and it gives me ._ !
which the murdered mis- ------- -- -- residents there Run in Chicago
city yesterday afternoon en route to pleasure to recommend it" For sale I in Anglican the English or French ;,
Jacksonville and other points east by all druggists. sionary the Rev. C. C. Godden met,' I I a very curious and interesting: old mari 'T

They missed connection with the I' his death. i I riage custom exists.. THEROYAL '
Goddeu ,at Aoba
Jacksonville here Mr. was the of the ceremony /
train and remained Committed Suicide. Upon completion
Island. The murderer had servedseveral
tor the night if in strict accordance with tradition -
Tajlorville Ga, Dec. 26-J. C. Caldwell years imprisonment in 'Irons and.
The little of Mr. and Mrs. Du- of before the happy couple take up '
son committed suicide, early today in Queensland on a charge!; attempted
pree. of DeVIllier street near,the cor by thooting. No cause for the deedis murder and resented his treatmentso residence In thefr new abode the stone
ner of Garden, was painfully injured known. I'I much that he vowed that he would t Blab at the.top of the porch containingthe :
Christmas night while firing a roman a murder the first white man that he." tII front door is inscribed with the In, CHEFlWITH
candle The end of the candle which Burned to Death. : met on returning to his own country. ; Itials of the bridegroom those of the

Sie boy was holding exploded causIng -I East New nan, Ga., J)(>e. 2C.-Her I, The outrage took'place at, the el- bride the date of the ceremony and
treme northern -end of Aoba where) 1.1.
very clothes catching' fire the young daugh- : two hearts Intwtned. the latter beingan
Mr. Godden had travelled. to visit his: '
the of J. burned ; emblem of their intermingled'
Owing to the delay in receiving ter G. Hughes was to !!! assassin. I II t
weather reports by telegraph yesterday -i I death yesterday. i iI I The murderer en'!'aged' I in c nversa-' i and the whole forming a most lasting THE FOLLOWING BIG CAST INCLUDING 1i:

the daily weather map and rePort : tion with the missionary 'as Mr ': I and public certificate of marriage. HARRY HERMSEN GERTRUDE HUTCHISON
I 1 A Christmas Suicide.
of the weather conditions, which :I Godden was' lea,in? the bntstealthlly1, Occasionally, however a little difficulty OSCAR UAGLAND ELSIE FIIAZB I'J
is issued each morning at 10:30: Mineral Bluff, Ga, Dec. 26.-HarvieMangness crept up behind him and pointing\ I arises. Thebride may meet within WALTER B. SMITH LaBELLE LAURETTS f.
o'c1oc1by Observer Reed was not a married man ,committed rifle close to big bed*,tfte weapon was I It early death and in the course of OSBORNE CLEMSOX STANLEY FELCH ,
I issued until about 4:30' : yesterday afternoon suicide on Christmas by shooting. i 1 I discharged., The bullet shattered the 1'I t time the widower may desire to reenter tk
: thigh and in : AND THE FAMOUS
1I> mIssionary's' a crippled'
the state of matrimony.
holy f
-I II 'I condition he made a frantic attempt PRUNING
Recorder Laney had seventy-five defendants Having fulfilled his desire it appears BROILERS '
to escape. *'i iFollowing !
before him in the municipal his victim the enraged '. rather puzzling to know- what to do .

roanesterday morning for trial. I i.I native made a dsr>rate rush at Ir.i' STOCKWe about the inscription. 80 SONG HITS
6O-PEOPLE-60 80
Most of the cases were for being PATENT Godden finally killing him by meansof In some.cases.therefore the Initials : ;
iruct. disorderly conduct and fight- the tomahrwk. i i are pruning, out odds and and date of the, first wedding' have A PERFECT PRODUCTION PRESENTED IN PERFECTION., : fI
lug on Christmas. and under the cir- A native attached to th" mission arrived ends of stock-by pruning I been erased and those of the, subsequent -
camsinnces the drunks were penalized .FLAT on the scene' tt that moment : prices. ceremony substituted., while in .
only j* and'costs while other fines and carried the body of the missionary -! t '
Were graced according to the offenses. to his own hut He then gave information Several ends of bolts with [I others the initial of, the second wife
the date have been added below JANUARY 4th
and < FRIDAY
OPENING which led to the arrest 'of j just enough cloth remaining (or'a
,It is m the flavor. Try Blue Ribbon the murderer. ,'-* suit or a pair of trousers ; the first a second pair of intwined .
* allla. Absolutely pure goes twiceM and to facilitate the selling we I: hearts being thought unnecessary. The
far and the Blue Ribbon Flavor" LEDGER The America. Ual.lo. : have made the prices most en- : letters are usually .from six to nine Messrs.tIarfin '& Emery'sColossal
18 Perfection. Ask for the 25c size. The buffalo is the bulkiest living land I ticing. | Inches in height-so that they may be: i ,
animal"native to North America. A'' j easilyd! across the .d.-LoDdoQ Production of RichardWagner's
PENSACOLA Sound; interesting? Let us
NEGRO ESCAPESBUT For.business, men.Savestime toll grown buffalo bull stands; about i' f! MaiL
: few of these
1 JS AGAIN IN CUSTODYThe five feet eight or ten Inches at the i show you a pat- I Mystic Festival Drama
and worry. We carry terns-the saving Is as good as Ipt? Preen Setts.Some ..
about 1.8001 I '
Jacksonville of shoulder and weighs it is unusual. pleasure steamers on the English -j
Times-Union re-
rnt date a full ]line of Blank pounds. But specimens of over six I > coast employ a very good idea In
following retarding
contained the
w the Robert Jennings, a negro sent Books in' all sizes and and feet at Mr.the 3ornaday withers have tells been me recorded,that he, I ,novelties$ 000 and and$3 Cheviots,00 Fancy going Scotch at I connection with a few of their deck PARSIFALAdapted'by I
state air
convict c mps from Pen- for the holidays only. chairs. They are really tight j .
$25.00 '
bull at 2,190
Hcoia: bindings. We solicit weighed" a living pounds.A boxes to which a back and sides have :

Robert Jennings. a negro convict full grown cow stands' about four Prices $500 to $10.00 less :, been added. They stand back to ,back |i
"no escaped from the camps at Du- your trade. feet eight atthe, shoulders and. accord than usuaLPRICKETT in the middle of the deckand' are kept Wm. Lynch Roberts and Presented
tAl ;
station yesterday morning was Ing to Audubon. weighs about 1.-00 together by mean of a piece.of wood .
T apturE"1 by the convict guards at pounds, though Henry says seldom over across the top. When this is removed {I on aScale. of Grandeur Never Before Attempted -
-rnt creek yesterday afternoon. 1 Maura Stationery Co. or'SOO pounds. The lower weight ,
700 the seats'CiS beopened on)hinge*. If
'ere During notified the morning the police seems to. be nearer the average run, PERSON 6 GARDNER the vessel got wrecked the seats couldbeopened Evening Performance at TI45: Prompt. Carriages at If.
I.J be on the lookout the escape for the and convict asked COt' Government and, Deluna.SU.Phone185 but 'I have Men cows that stood as U Bernt ,and flung overboard, -and THIS COMPANY{ POSITIVELY' DOES NOT LEAVE SAME N GHT. '
.- b. had nigh and looked as heavy as ordinary '(Incorporated-) : raft for
would form buoyant
headed they a. :
after making for hU this escape city ;imme-I bulls.-:-Ernest Thompson Seton InBcrIbD FRANK B. GARDNER Mauger.'i" passengers: to cling to.London MaiL : PRICES: f2, 91.SO, $1, 7 Be & SOo Seats.

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all the papers mat' were'necei on the tiTer, make more bile $ete
Ii : tJe n ttola jontm1l :sary for a review' by: ,the courts.believe'Ihdre Senatorial, Congressional Theyare 1rby they cure constipauoa, tilioilSnes This

i are few people, however who dyspepsia,,ck-headtche. Ask
r that he Is innocent of the mUrder yaw doc
, .of Mr. Rice.-7Apalachtcola. and Gubernatorial.Fights if bo knows better laxtnve pin. We cer
-: telnly do oot. If be does then
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t DAILY* WEEKLY.' Teddy vs. Congress. -. :- the toCTBmlM. -1Iftpen&lou.. L-e'l.c.be.
Some prophet should now rise up] -": TAf-l HASSEE'SUN.
, to settle the momentous question >:: t l

Has the President got Congress on -. .: _::: --
...BY... =" : : = = : rona one of the reaulrenients
his hands, or hag Congress got the cj,
THEJOURNALCOMPANY.FRANK t president on its mind?Tampa, News. I I Clean Clothes Yours win always be cie a
f j Pongressman. Lamar told me the persuade than it Is tobe governor send them to

"Unwritten Law" for: Women. I I last time IS; 'ir him in Tallahassee,. where you have a majority of the The New Method Laundn,

f. l_ MAYES, President an' General Manager Women are ,now beginning to shoo which waa about three week: ago whole. And 'then again the. contesti reese lies E.,W. LAWRENCE. Pro **. .,8tHCL.aaalll'J' Bdj. W. .HH '
t. -- -- r men and claim justification under the I I that he had no intention of entering i not apt to be nearly so" bitter nor: AGENTS WANTED.i f

} MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.SUBUCRIPTION :"unwrittea law." And why not the i I th4race, for senator two years h&ice. 8d many In 'It.
; unwritten law for women as veil as .. the 'Tallahassee Snn. lie de Judge W S. Bullock, of Ocala, who -
men?-Albany (Ga.) Herald. I I says dared his Intention, of standing, : for is- probably best known ejcent: among :.,.. .O....... ....." ...,.............. .......

RATES these who have not a tersox.il acquaintance -
hid present position that of congressman :' ;
Oa* Year ... .. ..........$5 00 One Month .. .. .. .. .. 4f*- Cruel. I from the* Third District. This with his!,A* the son of 4n< .. :

i t Six Months .. .. ... .. .. 2 50, One Week.. .. .. .. .. .. 10 When the Times says a good"ord .,,annon.icementjfl. no (tobbt* be good j late Oceral Bullock Is mentioned b>' t'
" Three Month.. .. .. .. 125 Weekly Ed Uo:1. per year..$! COt for Tampa coloa&ls and" an approving i:'news< to Congressfoaa: 'Sparkman if h? these tune wise people front ,down '
,. exchange reprints the word as 'coionies" -:I has as has been jcredltfed ,to hhtt: "T ht .-.lLr as certain to be a c&ndf-ii'Buy Now Pay. Later j iII
; S it is time to expect thernfirst i Bullock
: :: aspirations far that office, and to Ltd foe this placo. Judge ,
t The Only Ptnsacola wew.pa "" Fr.m Which a Detailed scene In the mat coelum business t o i I John Beard, who has declared hid Intention has iaad goc4 In his present: office, i

:: Circulation Statement Can ,Be, Secured. happen along1,-Tampa Times. to try for it, and'to Senator 111 which he has become: known as a : :

Trial Kisses.A Mallory, who will doubtless be a' candidate 'wise, btit able and fearless: judge. It II :
Denver woman traded "kisses fo: 1 i again. It may be good neWS strikes mo, aa little peculiar that a '

t t Pk.... $Editorial Rtomt 38 I Papers.on Sal on'Tralns., dollars for charity. These of coure< I.:also. to a lot of embryo candidates man who holds. d position BuLcck as important hoit1.31-I 5 rh re's no need not being able tOt give with such a $
l&u".UOffical&oo were just trial kisses and not intend- who have not yet summoned tea as, the car JudgE?
i and at all News Stands. ed'to be perpetual.-Green Cove I I necessary courage to make the open should desire: to change' It for one : wonderful l selling! plan as this. Rockers $L25 to $15. t

Times. announcement, but who hare been which .,1 consider of less import'knce.but ,
(:' I.I nursing their ambitions in secret there is the attraction of geting | Druggets $6 to $15. Sideboards $15 to $65. Clocks
Offices-Journal Building-Corn.. Irtandanoia and DeLuna Sts I.
Beer. and Eggs. ; Among this lot of em'jr>o candidates jnto larger fields of human endeavorthlxlpg
I" In Missouri the brewers are being the most distinguished 13 the with bigger' people, and the ; Pictures, Ranges, Mattings, Shades and everything J

forced to put real bop in the beer.. H ?I). Frank Adams, many timo ,sen'ator --- additional attraction which has! jrrov .
i t PEXSACOLA, FLORIDA. THURSDAY JIORXIXG, DECEMBER 7. 19OG. I II In Kansas the hens without any fore from Hamilton county and present ? en almost 1 irresistible to aspiring i.i?! { required for the home. Ii I

ing are putting real bops In the price holder-down of, as well as mam- fticians cf getting to figure in national '
of f'ggs.-ozark (Ala) Tribune.Jackson's Adams has : affairs. These be urging -
tect Mr.
I I ber- to this spat may
I in the the site bhould
paradej country
American Boys'at long been afflicted with :an irresistible Judge Bullock to doff the ermine in I i |
Oxford. be as near the center of the state as New Assessment* impnlse to make the race for thin the hopo of donning the frock coa "
Jackson county's; new: assessmentof : _
possible. position and be has Selected Mr. Ma-. cf the statesman. This fashion bar -
The taxes shows of
Tampa Times In a recent Issue< an increase some- -
lory as the one whornhe would like; been set by the HOD.ll11am
; says: "Reports from the America; Petitions are being circulated in thing life a half million dollars over Hearst although Congressmar I :
that of last This Js another to succeed. When we were all going It MARSTON & QUINA
youths who hold Rhodes Scholarship Leon county for the calling of another evidence of the jear.prosperity of our -. home on the train after the session Lamar. who is known as the best ,

t.la England are not very flattering wet and dry election. .-Marianna Times-Courier. peopie. :of 1901 Mr. Adams Confided to me, dressed statesman in Washington i

. t1 They hold their own In athletics, but PaL Murphy: thinks that those men in a more or less confidential manner, still clings to the less I painfully dIg > ic ,,ito S. Palafox St. Phone 149. PcnsacDla: Ha.P'N .
In intellectual contests they Pleases Everybody.' i I that he expected to enter the race, fled cutaway. i
barely, the best of them. Inside the who have been knocking the railroadcommie.s1on That decision of our Florida Supreme which' he did not enter the following In the' race where the entries ar ........ ........................... ...........
should "be hit in the Court defining the character of year. For some reason Mr. Adams all so good; the result becomes too tor
! lso-ran!! class. The .boya haTe probably Burr Iv th' ear an' itherwise Dunn conditional pardons and vastly increasing was steered off that time, and left certain for any prognostication an

never before been taught what opp Browne. their efficiency as preven the field open to Senator Mallory. the wise: political forecaster will wal

: schools are for. uves of crime has pleased everybody Some people say it was because he until the rotes are counted befot

| The Times Oxford correspondent. if The Tampa News thinks that if the i in the State except the criminal element -:..hadn't made enough money, and these he will name the man who is to su<

: )I, this was the source from which this; truth were known about the Florida : -Live Oak Democrat ; also say that he has been busy correcting ceed Congressman Sparkman.Kehoe's Safeguard Your Health

: I ; this fault ever since, and now I Candidacy.
mews was derived. Is peonage cases the Florida operator Railroad I -
evidently not of Con9estienBusine8s
: : he no longer suffers from this The determination of Mr. Lamar t<
American birth, or friendly to the boys or labor employer would be. found I has piled t up on the rail. handicap. I should like to see }1r. continue in his present seat will lea -

f from this country who are enjoying more sinned against than sinning. i I nMdwhile they greedily triad to Adams enter this contest. If would added interest to the next contest fo Penn Nerve
handle the increase "
: the benefits! of these scholarships. If The Fort Myers Breeze thinks that i facilities. The result without is increasIng add enough spice to it to make it the place of member from the Thin
conges District. It will be three-cornered
; the Times man had taken the trouble the next -legislature should either extend -I tion., The lumber interests, the fruit really worth while, from the view' I
Colonel Jefferson Davis Ste
, I to investigate this charge against the< the powers of the railroad commission :' and truck interests and the merChants point absolutely of the vital spectator interest who at stake has no in phens, who disputed with )lr. Lama; .-. ..Ls and Blood Tonic

f American boys at Oxford abolish it. The commis- are suffering and there is no to the h?
it would ,or relief in sight-Monticello News. I the issue. As samples of successful last time the right represent I
: have found that our boys la the big aba costs too much money not to be I : politicians, who hare invariably gotten people of the Third District of Florida

i English university are making splendiu of more, service to the people. I Insurance Conference. I all they wanted Mr. Sparkmanand in congress, and who was defeated by Should be in your vest pocket or handy about the home. In the tryIng .
: records and their marks I A conference. of trlrty leading life Mr. Adams furnish the best illustrations Mr. Lamar has said that he will not : summer heat when you are all run down and physically weak

( compare Every saloon in Atlanta was closed -i Insurance companies will be regarded I know 'of. Neither of them be able to resist the Importunities of i with nervous prostration, skin eruptions, depressed spirits, peevishness

1 t favorably with the students of any ar four o'cloclr on Christmas eve with distrust by, t'ie insuring public, has ever been beaten for office when his friends which have been directed ,. Irritability, general sensitiveness of the whole nervous system,
: other country at this institution. and more especially If the result is he went before the pople for it. to the end that he shall make another I morbid fears, restless and sleepless nights,, eczema pimples blotchesand
In and kept closed until Wednesday ,I a combination .I and who have assured him of better I
the American colleges more stress or concordat. What First District Congressman. try all Impurities of the blood.
morning, and not even. the city "booze I Is wanted In life lucknext time. J. Walter Kehoe
Z is Insurance Is a simplification Mr.
put on the practical studies i i i. With all doubt settled t
! science, histoI"law o sampler" was' allowed to dischargehis I I of the rro'ffctlon-against Sparkman entering; the contest for state's attorney for the First Judicial USE PENN NERVE and BLOOD TONICNow
and economics, duties.It death only-and a reduction of thei Circuit will be a candidate. Mr. Ke
but in the the United States Senatorship, is the time to begin. Ibis great remedy costs but a trifle
f, English colleges the< i premium charged.-Tampa Times. hoe has made no formal announcement ,
I none of his friends to whom I have
.. classics, phllisophy and mathematics Is all. settled. The Tallahassee I but LLs friends have announcedfor will. save you doctors' bills and years of suffering.
;_ I New Phonograp'--';: talked have expressed any ,doubt him. A communication addressed When you take a Penn Remedy, you are using an honest, reliable
the that Hunt Harris
are most True Democrat I
prominent studies. It says about his being candidate, the
I An enterprising German has patented a by me to Mr. Kehoe was answeredIn medicine, vouched for by: your leading druggists as free from all
will therefore be seen that our Amer will ,be the next' president of the ., a device for fitting phonographs scramble for Sparkman's present such way: that I have not the authority spirits or poisons, body-builder, with a tonic effect found In no other

r lean boys when they enter Oxford senate 'and 'Gene Matthews will be I I to doors. As the customer enters the position becomes more interesting: on to announce him as a candi-- medicine. It is a tonic that tones.

university are somewhat handicapped. o speaker 'of the house. The True I IDemc'crat I door to a shop a voice will call out account of the -uncertainty Injectedinto date, nor have I the authority to say The Only True Vitallzer Price 50c.
Flour is cheaper UnlayNew it by Mr. Sparkman's being out Retailed by Hannah Bros., Hooton's Pharmacy and W. A. Alem-
does not however that con. Kehoe
but the representatives that say, that he will not be. Mr. says
signment of of it Herbert S. Phill'ps the state'sattorney
special berte and all druggists
, r have 'gone there from the United Williams, West or Watson has Just received quality" mincemeat for the: Sixth Judicial Circuit that ,next spring will be time enough
; try !some! and similar his Intention. This
l States have made splendid records, agreed to the slate. In\itations.-Gainesvllle Sun. who makes his home in Tampa for him to declare ----a-- -
is too modest of )Ir. Kehoe If a man
r has been prominently, favorably and
and this noth ithstandmg the differ The dry" agitation seems to be con Too EmotionaL---- less frequently mentioned has:the. Intention he might as well

t. ence in the system of the institutions tagious. :Madison,St. Lucie, Hemando I We are too emotional. The case ol I more among or those it ho. will enter the race declare It In the winter as in the Drone Deetle I But They Read' It.

1 ot the two countries. and Brevard ,counties nave recently Mrs. Birdsong has enlisted sympathy 'for congressman ;from the First District spring,' and 11-he has It as bad as Mr. Drone beetles have a' reputation for I. The papers have been full of it

f In Oxford university: one is made : sad i roused prejudice all over the Opposed to him will be found Kehoe is quoted by his friends as weather wisdom among country foltt. but the country resolutely refuses o
in favor of andnow
voted prohibition,
{ to know the Greek and Latin ''country, whereas it should have COD'fined when the time comes for making a having if, he will not be able to conceal who regard a flight of beetles as a sign take any Interest In the Bellamy
as they the agitation has been started in he does not publicly -
f Its influence to the county In I positive Declaration, that youthful it even though of fine weath M. Fabre. a French Storer-Roosevelt in wtocMrs. "
would their mother tongue and it requires Dade county Of the movement in : which I* occurred. TO* as a people looking statesman with cherubic announce it. The race will, ofcouree naturalist wishing to ascertain this embroglio

!: six years study of these Ian this county the Fort Pierce Tribune are lavishing and wasting an cnor- face and blond curls, who wielded the be between Mr. Lamar and supposition was correct caged a number Bellamy storer seems to cs
: in order i tuous amount of I Mr., Kehoe and each of the two can largely concerned. There Is none a.
lor wear
guages one to be properly says: I nervous and gavel in the last state senate. Park of beetles. One fine evening when
I tear on occurrences that do count on a long race and a hard race the of scandal in the affair alit
advanced to enter the university. As I Dade county has started not con Trammel has done very well for aoungster. indicated equally fine spice
: a cern us. It I Is and close and exciting finish, withno everything
I rather a ,
very few of the American colleges ,ment to shake off the barroom have extended our burdensome > The honor of presidingover possibility of formulating an estimate weather for the following day: not a lacks ginger all the way throng

t': devote, this much time to these studies A few days ago an move-I i I over the entire rld.--Tampa personal- horizon Florida's upper legislative as: ,to who will be the next In- beetle flew about. In fact during the The whole trasl&ess should go to i
perfected with : Times. branch is by no means a small one
r the. prospective student for Oxford our own eumbeltt cf an office to which the man night a storm broke out and rain fell private laundry. The public washing
3L Hudson as president and promi-I I to fall to the shire of one who has
t f? has to.do wort outside of his regular neat business"men holding the other I ;\o 1.t #<''I>:' "'. ..&1. n W'I had so few years'to his credit either selected to occupy it next time has : all next day. Another evening where of dirty clothes was never an entc'

t college course here before he goes: to offices. It is the intention to ha"ethe ROOSEVELT-STORER I naturally or politically. He possesses : not even commenced to elected.serve Mr.the there were no signs 'of fine weather taming spectacle.-Live Oak Demo
which he
term to
organization completed in every an eminent degree the quality the beetles flew about In all directions.
England. J CONTROVERSY the sixtieth
precinct before the election Is called. 1 4 which makes for political success 1.. Lamar will not enter con- During the night the clouds vanished
The Rhodes until the 4th of :March next
scholarships In Oxford -:; # '* known the instinct to do the pleasant gress and next there was brilliant
day ,
*, as .
i university: are valuable but the requirements -I' The next legislature will doubtless I * always. The French call but before he enters it ne will know to
things shine. According u Fabre
investigate everything ana every-i 1 Done For. = ; that the fight will be on, for the seat cratTypewriters.
', : are such that compara-- this "cavior faire and among beetles during -threexnenths are>
body connected with the administration In the sixty-first congress, which he !
'lively few enter the contests for them. : When Bellamy storer Frenchmen the knowing how to do is
'. said "I tarometers. more' deserving of
of the state's business but It Is am says be wants to Q1141
,:: *To successfully pass the examination I to be hoped that these Investigationswill 'I.' done for.-Atlanta he meant that he was done considered of paramount Importance.The J t dence than physical Instruments .

.. <
: In the classics and mutt at the than some of those of the legislatureof I Presumed Too Much. :: Into "Tojowlng who not subscribe to do, but to this Mr. The London Chronicle tries to trace slon of the atmosphere being Wo offer the below'
r Trammell does
I time be two years ago. A partisan man : The the of the word "typhoon." than that, of It
same a good athlete. There president/presumed a little in done well origin greater mercury.
He has always
I : has no business uPon such a committee : that I I it is explained In some been demonstrated that drone $100 MAKE
are o-tjier restrictions as to age.good whether he be friend ,' Concluding BelIamy'6 friendship for himself and for his friends. I Tai-fung. even
health etc. that makes it difficult a or an was stronger than his I dictionaries, Is Chinese for "a great beetles are affected by atmospheric Stearns iWe (new) ......... ...V::.W
I very enemy to any of the slate love for his wlfe.-Atlanta Journal.A Jeff. Browne' Aspirations.No wind," and since the typhoon is a disturbances a long way off and that Wii'jama. (re-bu'Ut) ............. ... KMD ,
for the average American college Pensacola Journal We ,, official&-I' believes that Mr. Jefferson i.more. (pratcalijr: new) .... ... C. )
f: man to successfully pass the examinations gest that John Collins' True Chance for Ntcholos. j: Browne one after four years of free- phenomenon of the Chinese seas It they sometimes grow ,restless when Smith Premier No. 4 .............. 4$,'"'
be taken as a text book in the The Czar might make I In. seems conclusive. But there Is no there is a storm more than sixty miles Remington .No. 2 (rt-buitt) ........ Ib-M
but every American student a reputation where he can disport himself on "
t who has tigation. Mr. Coifing seems to In\"ts-I by bringing about peace between the I'' the mainland. would maroon himself doubt apparently that "typbaon. away. Also for ten daya delivery we can sej
successfully met these conditions tho administration down pat. ,president and ,Bellamy Storer-AI- .,l on the island of Key West unless he which Hakluyt spelled onffon" and New Century. Fox, Far-Shto. t'Dder-
t. and entered Oxford university bany Oa. I wood or any make $f typewriter. Abort
ami Metropolis. ( ) Herald. .had interest and, to Dampier tuftoon: comes to as through Caned Cattl Married.
1 a particular machines also for rent.
; has been a credit to his country. And to the charges made by the Maria and Theodore.:' : him, Important object in view. Life Portuguese for the Arabic, Persian and On a certain' island in the Pacific it

t- The representative from Florida, at True Democrat ,might be added the Dear Maria and Dear Theodore j,I On an island is anything but fascinating Indian "tnfan," and it is almost impossible Is stated that the natives are still In I

present, is a Tampa boy who received question of railroad assessments in should remember that very few people I: to a gentleman of Mr. Browne's not to see In this a relationof th% habit confining, their girl children

f his education at the Florida State College rlorida, which the True Democrathas read more than the first few chapters I tastes. It is too far from New York the ancient Greek fyphos' or **typhon In cages until they are of an age PensacolaTypewrIter
of a serial story.Memphis Commer:and there are no little Ir.rds to, shoot ," a whirlwind. But these are to marry. These cages are constructedof
1. In Tallahassee. With a view to been silent about for so long. !
: cialAppeal.Hust i there, and horseback: riding. although practically identical with the Greek palm branches, and :the girls are

; I entering 'the contest for one of these It is tiresome the way some of the : possible does not present that attractiveness word tor smoke or vapor, from which imprisoned In them when they are two Exchange
f | 'places this carried exja Agree With Teddy. of change of scece when. ,
young I newspapers keep .howling aoout Governor You l': come our "typhus and "typhoid. So or three years old. They: are not allowed
f courses In the classics during hU last Droward's threat to cause may disagree with the president -:one rides on Key West as when one perhaps the Chinese part: of it is onlyan to leave their cage under any: 20 K. Government St.

I year in college and when the time i as fiercely as 'you please but rides with the boundaries of the contInent extraordinary linguistic coincidence pretext whatever. and they are onlytakcn .3
wailing and gnashing of teeth. To you never misunderstand him before him. People down Tarn- .
{f for the examination came be passeda I'the casual observer it looks like a if you wish to escape' with a whole pa-way think'that Mr. Browne will after alL, out once a day to be washed. .-
j. creditable examination and was ikin.-Atlanta Journal for : The children are said to grow up.
of yelling before being hit. If certainly be a candidte congress
f! i awarded the honor. After his e'ec-' case I from the First District now that his] Luminous Pnlat as Mcbt Llffbt. > strong and healthy In spite of their'

: ; tion and before he went to England Governor Broward can cause the She Made Him.. friend and political mentor. Mr.Sparkman : ,The connection between earthquakes Incarceration. Don't

E. he continued his tudies. and when he corrupt grafters and greedy corpora- Mrs.Roosevelt Storer is Is convinced that Theodore -I is out of the way. Those ana luminous paint would hardly! be ForgetTO

-- tkins to wall, by,a rigid enforcement not entitled to a I people down Tampa-way no doubt, apparent, to any one without explanation. Fatherly Advlee.
presented his credentials at the university place among
of the law, the people will give him Ingham Age-Herald. speak} authoritatively, because' Mr It nevertheless 'exists and the "Papa.** said the girl with the new

r ; he was admitted 10 Pembroke their approval., While we .did not ; -- Urowne spent many days there dur- useMtf.which it is put invests with engagement jring, "did I understand

I college for the honor degree. He hast agree with Governor Broward on his Plain Language; lug the fair, and feeling, as he did the Titmost importance just for the few you to say that you Intended to buy Hew Year's CakesWe

successfully passed all his examinations admired the'' President Teddy and Bellamy Stor- I then, in a particularly pleasant and critical moments of the shock. la the me a piano:>> for a wedding present

%t in that institution, in the two drainage; proposition we ('r. late ambassador at Vienna are I peace-with-the-world mood he >no Philippine Islands, where earthquakes Te. dear,"-repDed her father "butI Have the Beat In Town.

years that he has been there, and courageous and conscientious fight he telling their troubles to the public In I.doubt, unburdened himself more free- are not, uncommon, small metallic wouldn't advise you to mention it to SPECIALTY,
As plain language.DnbHa than is his wont when the exacting
made. for Ga. II'-
unpopular cry
cause. ( )
;;- an plates coated with luminjna paint are lie and .l!.. In th<
some of his grades have beeo remarkably Times. ,I and onerous duties of running the George. might break the engage everything
who antagonized drainage Line.
.. high. many, the railroad commission weigh heavily s"Wacod about the premises that at ment"-Cbicago,News. Eating

The Tampa Times was evidently scheme we are afraid, lost sight of 'eddy-Bellamy: Drama. upon him. 5 r. Browne wants fo.r m the first varnSnjt the inmates, are i, Refreshment of alt! kind.

."' misinformed in regard to the American ., the issue in 'opposing tne governor; Says ex-Ambasasdpr Bellamy Stor- :for something. He told me this him- quickly guided to the door and thus to flexible Ivory. Price .fwy- reasonable.

t boys at Oxford and should correct -' as those whQ favored it because they er: -President Roosevelt, is two4ac-I: !self. He has not yet confessed to,nit the fctreet. In Manila it is laid on In Ivory may be rendered flexible by Opposite Poctoffice. Phone 134.Nick's '

that like Governor Bronard" -Chipley Verdict ed." Says the president" Tia fafce. whether will be for governor orlofigressman patches about the bedrooms and staircases Immersion ID.a solution of pure phosphoric
statement at least In-so-far I can prove it" Prove 1t then,'I''I'and out as Mr. Browne is serving 'a* guides for tbe"'door acid-specific gravity LlJ-ontll

r as the Florida representative Is concerned I says Storer. "Sure!. 1. Roosevelt not fond of burdening himself with un.- handles and the stairs night lights being It partially gains transparency.- PlaceNo.

;F for rritz Buchno'z! of Tampa ; t: :4 $ say so! There. now!" 'lablefb, with ;. necessary tronble, I am inclined to considered( especially dangerous, at Then It is washed in cold, soft water

i? making a record at Oxford that all & red tire, and the chorus singing" :soft-believe what the people down Tampa-. likely: to*'set fire to the falling Louses and dried. It will harden if exposed to
Florjdians can well be of.. it EDITORIAL' COMMENT r. 1 Took the Nobel Prize. to. the lay say. It's a heap easier to be a .
proud slid thus to roast the inmates in their air", but be made
may: pliable by
t? FROM STATE PRESS. tune "Panama, or itAlb.ny: congressman, where you have only a -
Tampa wants that city selected as S I (Ga.) Herald. majority of one-third of the voters to* own'Il m ,s. i Immersing in hot water.. -

',. *S** **** ****** * the permanent camp site of the state Not Dignified. --, _
-- -- --- -
-r- -
': troops, and the papers of that city, Back to .Ham .Gravy I IButtercoJ11mandi The controversy between" exAmbass -'J, -

f are urging their board of trade to ; forty cents In the Storer ,an4 President RooseTertis '

1; send Atlanta market. Time to hie back not of. a very 'dignified nature but I
representatives to the meeting t to ham gravy. -Tampa News. j theSe personal statements,, coming! !I;

f of the commission when the permanent : .from the I>rest f>'nt BOW, and ,a;ain. Plantation Chill Cure Guaranteed
camp site is to be selected The Prepared 'His Own Papers. could only eminate, from .a forceful ; is i

r.ol11misslOl'1 baa decided that the Lawyer Patrick who has been' coafined straight forward, hit-th -Ia1I-on-the.-:
in the prison of Xew York
{ camp shall not be located State head sort of character. ,i>o other sort '
three w1.thiu. the past three years' under sentenceof or a 'man would enter Into such vigorous '
t;: mileaof.any ity-and as ''long death finally got a communicationto personal "defense ot his posl-I To Cure,_ or money. Refunded by Your ._Cha'nt.. So. Why,Not Try' ITT orloe. OOc. Retail.
: J..4 the soldier boys must do "dress imprisonment for life. Patrick .tion.-orlando Reporter-Star. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS., '


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f' -Mr., H.. A. Bonifay.- of McDavid l .GIFTS: .IN JEWELRY AND CUT GLASS ? *f!:

I spent, 1 Christmas in .Pensacola with
AND relatives. S NotfTtna is more *ultabl. for- a' G'ftr mor'appreciated by the recip -
PEOPLE EVENTS : i ient than a piece of Jewelry or Cut Gta*, lily stock wa selected for- the j-
epeclal purpose ef fTftrding 'eomethbtg suitable for title pur'poee. Here are : -
; Miss :Minnye.jlollfieId left Chnst-
Just a few of the offerings. -
I maa night for Montgomery, Ala., DIAMOND GOODS. ..
wnere she' will spend the remainderof i Diamond Rings ....... .$10 to $125 I Diamond Stick Pins .,. ,$5 to $25 i .; --
Diamond Brooches -.... *..$* to $53 I Diamond Lockets ....< $10 to $30
thehoUdaJ' eeason with her eou- WATCHEs ;
BY AURELIE'MAREAN BERNARD. i iTelephOfte sin*. Mrs. Dansby Chambllss. Miss Ladles' C size:: 20-year filled. Keystone eases ....................$12.50 to $29 -
Holifield will also visit relatives in Solid Gold, 14 karet .........................................__...$22 to $35 T
I 'AUL before returninshome Solid Gold Diamond set .................................................. $47 T
S No. 669 Beftre 3 P. M.. Birmingham, -, Gentlemen's 12 and IS size Watches .............................. $14 to $40 *' .
tN.aArter3p.M. i Solid gold Neck Chain ... .....:........-*.........._...M..v.$3JO to $10 :
Mr.,and Mrs. U-B.: Blaisdell arrived Solid go1d'iocket.e..1.$3. to $15
.. I Saturday night and are the Diamond Lockets- .................................................$10 to $30 i. l'.-

__ --I guests for the holidays of Mrs. C. A. Cut Glass. Pitchers ..........CUT......GLASS.........................,..$4.50 to $11.50: ,
r I Bredt,_at her home_ on'East Hill Cut Glass Bowls .. ... ... .....$3.25 to $ -i
i Cut Glass Vases :::::::::::::.::::::::::....?.::::.?:::: .....$2-25 to $i': .
I Mr. J. E. Ross who spent Christmas Cut Glass.Nappies ............._....................................1.25 to $3 -
German Club to Give VieJournal's Dailv Fashion Feature 'In Pensacola with relatives, has returned Cut Glass Sugar. and Cream Sets ................"...............$3.2stoss.oo .
218 South PaUfOX St.
First German Friday I'I to Mobile Mrs. Ross and little These are simply a few of the many articles I am offering and an of --
Friday night at the Catholic Knights daughter' will follow later. i.my goods are fully guaranteed. If not as represented your money back i
hall the initial german of the. season j
be Mr. R. M. Avery ia at home for the
will given. / I t W. GAHLENBECK :
Christmas holidays.Mr. ,
The German Club was reorganized '-, ) -
t 2U South PeUfox Street. 4

Gaaghy soffl" time as ago president-with )and Ir. 01.Mr.S.Anderson Mc-- v Everyone knows how nutritiousand "H. S,'Laird of Milton Is In the ................................................. ..:
city for a few days.
Leonard as secretary.. appetizing the peanut Is. MadeIn -
the form of peanut butter it is
The germans will probably be given 8 delicious for everyday use. Mr. H. H. Franklin and daughter 1
tmce a month. as formerly. BEECH.NUTPEANUT idles Fannie ares-In the city. They .. -

I will leave for Hattiesburg Miss., in a .
i A Delightful Christmas BUTTERis few days which place they will make FOR
different front other kinds because their future home.. i. FEET
Party at Mrs. Smith's.One it i. mad. from tho finest

of the most enjoyable of the .i'' peanuts.makes In a the very"Seech-Nut"delicious. sand way.it Mr. Chas. E. Goulding is at home III
many Christmas' night entertainmentswas 1mw wich. > from Bluff Springs. Mr. Goulding is I: Ask to be shown a pair of our
the one given by Mrs. E. C. f fI' I Glass Jars ..........t..tj)0ctsRosenau&Gerelds) with the Bluff Springs Gravel Company T
Smith assisted by her I IH .
charming I'I'I' and has done some splendid
daughter.; Miss Katie. work during the past He win
Th1 home looked cosy and warm j 1 spend the holidays with his mother. t tI
decorated' wIth rich Christmas colors J THE FANCY GROCERS ,
ioi red and greenFverywiere : I J JI 1 116 SOUTH PALAFOXST. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Dlcken of Ken- >!I .
sparkled the red hollyb I dallville. Ind., who have been spend. 1 Ladies' $3.50 Gent's $4.50. :
<>rrielS ard the thorny green leaves 1 Phone 391 ing a few days with their eon Mr. .

feiiotened in the rosy light of ,the I Perry Dicken leave to-day for their :
: )torn making it wty picturesque and J Jai home.
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tractive Both Mrs" Smith and her daughter' I I'! GULF CITY COFFEE CO., Mr. and Mrs. Pierce of Nolme, Ind., i Penacola Shoe Parlors Ti1
"a\e tie rare and harming faculty H. P. CHIPMAN. Manager. and Mr. and Mrs. Craig, of Jackson- I : ]
of makir; ther guests feel at easel were the guests of Mr. and ,
and i>eit tlj at home. : Reuters Blenders and Shippers! Mrs. Johnston at their home on Lake-

\ bu,'?:- which-would delight the I r ._ view Avenue for the Christmas holi I S. W. Cor. Intendencia and Baylen Streets. aI 1
hearts ..EU appetites of any epicure j j jh I :: Fine CoffeesOUR I

>' it Cv.i3im.is;; or otherwise, wa,; COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL days.Miss Rosetta,Isreal left Tuesday at __...__ 'T ....___....H____. *

d.4intiiy! :; !!V\'t'd. It coasisttd: of, welch j jJbit r" '. GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL.] noon for Birmingham where she will
i Q.1.1dt>, ftadvrkhes coffee I visit friends for several days. .t,
'rod; i'key. In tact everything which i .
; IPS n Grace up a Christmas east.. 1 I tames of white cloth, with silk girdles. The Friday Afternoon Euchre Clnb
some %erj pretty music was fur.I and long white glores. I win meet this wet at the home of THEEWnENGLAND 1 4 j

m"he1 by }Ir. Uictaicson and Mr The bride entered with the groom.! Mrs Willie Walker 415 North Stain .
1.miN who arc accomplished. mu;;l-, Her gown was "white Henrietta and i avenue. -
:ans.Mr., I her veil of filmy tulle. She carried a i The Watch for the great American people. .
2Uf! iiss SmHh guests were: : shower boquet of- white brides King of All Cough Medicines.
roses.I I have them ranging from $2.00 also a full line .
Mi a-l:: :!rz. J. W. I. adky, Mr. and The marriage ceremony wag performed Mr. E. G. Case a mail carrier of up; :1"
Mrs O J. Samies, Miss Edna Avery,! by Rev. J. W. Senterfitt of.. Canton Center Conn. who has beenin Waltham and Elgin Watches, as well as Jewelry '1

:Miss Kink Aver, I r.. 'D \\*. McMil!i Pensacola., i the U. S_ Service for about sixteen and fancy goods ,at prices that can't be beat +
Ian. : '. J, Clarke Porte"' Mr. J. W. Immediately after the ceremony Mr.I years, says: We have tried many : _
I Iorr.! :i:'. Jim Itozier )Ir. .aompon, I and Mrs. Levy left fee Ferry Pass, cough medicines for croup but Cham
Iii. VeTiout, Mr. Richardson of BosKm which, will be their future home. berlain's Cough Remedy is king of all : J. F. DAVIS .
MI'turdevant, and Mi" Loomls. -.----- d and one to be relied upon every time. i
McMullanMcMillanWedding We also find It'the best remedy for Brent Building I 23 S. Palafox Street. :1'

Van Felt-McLane coughs and colds, giving certain results I ...u.uuu..... ...........................................:.. .... .............. 2
January9.The and IeaTtng'no bad after ef- .
Christmas Night. )
Wedding fects." For sale by all druggists. ,
CL.. ::.. night: the home of Mr. following invitation has been

and very M": pr... ,t';:-D.wedding Craft> when f the Mr.scene'yll-ofa .i, of received Miss McMillan by the friends and Mrs.in Jl this S. city Mc- CONCERT FOR THE l :::::::::::::i:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: '

liam .\ \-an Pelt. of this city, and Jlullan:
Miss Cure Francis KcLane, of Atlanta .i Mrs. Mary Jane McMillan n T
were united in the holy bonds i_: requests the pleasure of your companyat CHILDREN! OfMRCYA IF YOU LIKE GOOD

t>f wed:ock. '' the marriage of her

The ceremony was performed by grand-daughter, "
Hcv. B. C Glf>nn. who has known the GOWN OF WHITE MULL TRIMMED WITH BLUE MULL AND LACEIt Sara Ada McMillan, concert which will have in its U "EATING, EAT
bride since childhood. to cast some of Pensacola's best musical

Only the family and a few intimate is impossible in a black and white, The waist had bands of the pale blue Mr. John Sidney McMuIlan talent win be given on Thursday, the :
friends witnessed the ceremony.' sketch to do'Jsstiee to this charming mull let in about the yoke and down on the evening of Wednesday the third day of January, at the Pensacola It- ,
The boas kicked very pretty decorated little frock :\thich was of sheer white tie front in connection with. Valen ninth of January at eight o'clock. opera house for the benefit of the :: -AT- :
with holly mistletoe and vines material trimmed with lace and two ciennes insertion. The elbow sleeves at the home of Mr. J. M. Davison Children of Mary. ..
"ltb'a profusion of eat flowers and inch'widebands of thin pale tucked showed a cuff band of tne pale blue Breyrton. Ala. Theentertainment will be givenIn l" ',
(prns. mulL The. skirt had three bands of tucked mull finished with insertionand number of-Pensacola people will a very worthy cause and deserves
The color scheme of the front parlor -' the pale blue mull let in between lace ruffles the full part,of the attend the wedding as the bride-to-be a liberal patronage.
was pink and green, the back partor strips of Val insertion Small tucks sleeve being trimmed with a groupof is a sister of Dr. D. W. McMillan, and Some of those who will composethe 1 Nick's iThe
and dining room in yellow and and little ruffles of Val lace were tucks finished with a frill of lace has a number relatives_ and friends cast are:' Miss Missouri Caw- ii RestaurailtJ1 i ;1

green and the reception hall in red also used as trimming for the skirt and headed oily a strip of insertion. here.Mr. __ __ u thon who is well known for her ;
and green. J. S. McMuIlan Is a brother 01 I sweet and well trained voice; Mr. "- -
The bride was given away by Mr. I Mrs R. C. SacnkofT and Mrs. J. E. de I Harvey,who is a splendid elocutionist
'raft. The matron of honor was best man,. itr. .Joseph Pri e. Daring 1 I altar by the groom and his best man, la Una. : ; bass Lillian Jacoby, one of Pen -1
the Heart and Flowerswas Mr. William King. and Mr. J. Edwood de la !
Mrs Glenn \Vllbur Miller. ceremony I Mr. Edgar sacola's splendid violinists Miss Ful- : .:
As the bride entered she was met softly played by Mrs Bodenstein, I As a recessional the plaintive Rna will be atentdants at the wed gham, whose sweet ; Ii .t
singing has delighted
at tje; altar by the groom and his of Jeffersonville, 'Ind strains of "Annie Laurie" was softly ding. I every one fortunate enoughto best Poultry, Eggs, Fish, Game, Fruit !. r''
The bride.was very sweet and dainty played.At The young couple will reside in
In a* handsome tailor.made :suit II twelve o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Greenville, Ala., where they will be as have talented.heard her and others, equally :: and Vegetables, Wines, Beer and Liquors Ii ,.[
of white silk mohair over satin I McGuire left for Birmingham which friends after the -
at home to their
With Pensacola
Shoemen a Reputation. that
The to
A programme will be published inSunday's it ,are brought are purchased .
which was elaborately trimmed with j place they will make their future twenty fourth of January. : lf lftt
rich old lace.. The matron of hono I home. fulL ,Journal giving the cast in by Nick Apostle for this restaurant. You get : iff i-

looked handsome in a gown of old 1 The young couple.received a number Stag Party on i
silk with oriental trimmings.; the best of everything here. They all .i
After rose i of handsome presents and: the I very try :
The groom nd'his: best man wore, hearty congratulations of many Saturday Evening.Mr. I 1
to imitate Nick's place but they can't. tj
evening dress.Delightful : friends. -- if ,1
refreshments were serv-i Willie Dorr will give a stag [ :DeFUNIAK. if
luncheon to his friends Saturday evening -
ed Pie bridal party .and guests after i, MerrittCreightonWedding at his bachelor quarters on Garden : ,
Christmas which Mr. and Mrs..Van Pelt left on .
the eleven five train for Montgomery at Olive. Mr. Dorr's friends are delighted at Sp ec'al t:) The Journal. .11
and otherpoints in Alabama. Miss Maggie Elizabeth Memtt, and the prospect of an evening spent with DeFuniak Springs Dec. 26.-The :
After spending about ten days in Mrs Chapman Levy were' united in him in his cosy borne and if the wedding of Mr. J, J. McCaskill and I| NICK APOSTLE 1

Alabama .they will return 'and be marriage at the Olive Baptist church, luncheon given in any manner resem- Miss Eva Richardson, which occurred .
Sale! guests of Mn, and Mrs. Craft after,I Sunday evening at six clock. bles those given by Mr. Dorr in the last Thursday in the M. E. Church -ft PROPRIETOR. !ft
which they will go to housekeeping I! The church was prettily decorated past a very pleasant evening is assured South was an exceedingly pretty one. i '
In their cosy cottage at Goulding I with palms, cut flowers and vines. friends. The bride was lovely in a gown of .. .... ...... .. .......r1 Jtf
his many ::::::::::::::: : :: :::: ::::::
which will be In readiness for .them I Miss Levy Is the third daughter ot I oriental lace trimmed with pearls. .. .... ...... .. .......__ : JI

From until to occupy. I.Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Merrit and is a Mrs. and Miss Caldwell over white satin After the ceremonya -
now January,, :Many handsome and useful presentswere I young lady of many accomplishment: delightful reception was given at

1st. A\C shall give a received br.the happy couple., Mr.: Levy is a young business man of To Entertain. the Brown House to the relatives and tending various colleges are home. :
I ; Ferry Pass. intimate friends of the two families. for the holidays. J
Christmas Entertainmentfor ; I The church was filled with friendsof Mrs., Marion Caldwell and Miss The bride and groom received in the J. M. Flournoy has been la Florala 4000! 4000! I

Per CentDiscount the young couple who, waited in Caldwell will give two card parties parlor beneath .a prettily arranged and Lockhart the past week.
Sunday SchoolOn pleasant anticipation for the comingof next week. canopy of green and white which Mrs. Tatum is spending Christmas
next Friday: night an entertain- the bridal party. I .On: Wednesday they ,will entertain was the color'scheme in all the deco- with her daughterMrs. vV. F. Graves.Mr. What? Why Records.

ment will be given for the childrenof Mrs Mercia Merritt, sister of the their friends with bridge whist, .and atlons. The happy couple left on the and Miss .Dowling of Wenoia, ,
the Palafox Methodist Sunday bride presided at the organ and!ton the following day with euchre.A evening train for Havana. Ill, and Mr. and Mrs. JL C. Ransoms Edsion* 35c Columbia '25c. It
invitations have
played the \ large number'of Born, to Mr and Mrs. Jeff West a ,
school. wedding march which her. of Brookfield, Mo., are among our _
friends of t
on all Shoes, and Hosiery The affair, whIch promises to be aided the approach of thE wedding: been issued and the many son"December 19. winter visitors.Mr. "
Mrs. as well as those of her Victor 35c 60c and
Caldwell $1.00.
"to the little ones, will party. I Mr. Stcne of Sioux City Iowa arrived
Edwin very pleasing {popular daughter, look forward to the. It is that Kenneth Bruce will soon :,
Clapp Excepted) take place in the rent building. Mr. Edward Creighton and Miss; anticipation. : here last week. hoped fine house on the Circle. .I

This includes our entire.large There are several)and:surprises the entertain plannedfor -Arthur Hattie L. Baxstrom, of Pensacola, Mr. events, with pleasant- he and of his this wife town.will become resIdents Mr. J. C. Scott has bought the lots You can get any record you 11
DeGraph, of
stock to select! from. We do ment the will not be altogether: a Christmas Miss Louise Dean of Pensacola Caryville, FIa and, Summer Social Club Mr A.- G. Thalimer and son Howard Thirteenth at the S. W.streets corner and of will orange build soon.and want at the !ci)
for Los Angeles Saturday -
something upon that preceded the bride. started .
trees but Give Surprise Party.The Mr. H. P. Lason is making an addition ..
jthis to taking invitedto : night to visit relatives there. Mr
preparatory all The bridemaids
children are .
order. The wore a pretty cosI his on Orange Clutter Music House.
to cottage
Summer Social Club gave a Thalimer has been in poor health for % '*
tock, and, therefore, ,want be present. t -.. 'i surprise party Christmas night Miss some time and it is hoped that a street. ,
t Alice .Wagsenheim, one of its members change of climate will be beneficialto Ma'chines going daily at $1 'f;
stock reduced asmuch as McGuireGonzalezWedding A.t. ma Gmet of Plaai
being the recipient of the ant'prise. him '
and Mrs. J. B Robhns of Bur.imgton The ants which are really protectiveto week. 3 3Doyouownone
pos iblc. Here is what it I Yesterday. rThe Rev* per ,
very pretty II A night beside: being Christmas VL, are 'her for the winter. plants are not those which obtaintheir

means: j r Yesterday mornrtg at 'a St. .Michael? was also Miss Afcce's birthday. and Miss Callw Landrum C. A. Lan- food. Indirectly for the most part ? ; ;
wedding occurred : the people enjoyed themselvesto drum, Gordon' Henry. Pee Cawthonand through the aphides from the vegetable .
&.00 SHOES NOW .......;..........$483 I Catholic Church. when Father Miss Full Hela r.I FEW .the:young fullest; extent Harold Richardson who are at- I kingdom, but those which are.really "1. :
ton united in marriage
\ 50 SHOES NOW ...............;..$440 1 I Gonzalez and ,)Ir. Robert Hargis Mc- BOXEo- Mrs. \\a elegant
prepared an -
secret. had
*500 SHOES NOW ..............,..$400 Guire. j luncheon which consisted of sandwiches DANDP.UFF 'CAUSED BY A GERM.f climates and. their usefulness -
I decorated I to agriculture and sylviculture is
The church was exquisitely
NW SHOES NOW ..................$3.23 in wild so tliE'\ra-' smilax and cut I OF fruits: ," hot chocolate, candles and A New Discovery-That Kills the Germ incontestable. Thus the field ant is :a The

$3.M SHOES NOW ...................$2.80,!I flo\\ers. The altar :"was' beautiful in. NUNNALLY'S ; Miss Jennette Isreal. on behalf of and Prevents Baldness.Pretty great insect destroyer. A nest of this !
ferns and intersptrctd.with carna- I ,*11 the hair prepa."a.liens Is capable of 'destroying as
*300 SHOES NOW .................:$Z40 :, I! the club presented with a pretty lit- nearly have some meritin species 1
tions. i tie speech, a jw'd! bracelet to Miss for dandruff many as twenty zht caterpillars and ChristmasWash.
$.-so SHOES NOW .................$2.00!I. At eleven! o'rlod'the wedding CANDIES I AlIceas a birthday presrnt. and a allaying itching: (St the scalp, and grasshoppers a minute or 1600 an
$Z SHOES NOW ...............,.$160 I i march wa&briSal iyed-by' appeared.JJI'! .- Beckwith! LEFT. i memento cf the tappy occasion. in Ulna but a fairly there good only dressing one thi forth hour. and such a colony U 'at workday ,:-
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and the hair
and the : :
i eight daring
$'.75 SHOES NOW .................$143: i ""Fir t camp the mhers, Mr Jack I- Itis iaThe flavor. Try Blue Ribbon J"evrlzes' what causes dandruff. f>Hin. season. In the and plains. of America pleasant ,, I
McGuir, brothttC"U e-: srroom JndMr i THEY ARE Vanilla. Abso'nttly! pure goes twice haK; and baldness! and that destroys -- I.
$1.50 i SHOES NOW ...................$1.20 Max .i3 la r.uIr.. Frank Wells i,' tar and the DIne Ribbon Flavor" ; thecause. little germ: -an-l the benoScrat work of ants is revealed Send the soiled Christmas -

$1.25 SHOES NOW ................V.$100 Mr. NUs Oertinsr>:, 'Mr' Malcolm I FRESH. lis' perfectiOU.Sk for the %5c size. that is Newbro's Herpicide.' ra''S In the Isiea: of verdure'arow.4 their linens here be '
t Bro'"t nnd Mr;H. A Brooks gem ) eats its way into the scalp. it hills. There ere plants hospitable to j
$ .75 SHOES NOW ........ ..........$ .60 Ttt came the-'wtfY'ister' of the 'No Opium in Chamberlain'' Cough dUs,, up the. scalp .Snto little white ants which jmUb tkeia: shelter and ; washed and returned for

$ 80 SHOES NOW .::.............$ .40 brid"1 Miss Era Gcsrn'ez.: gowned: In Remedy., scaie*. Unless it i? destroyed there'sno : often food within the cavi M of which : the New Years'
a handsome red cloth suit and car- There is not the least danger: in giving permanent stooping of falling h dr the instincts of the antipt them spread.

ryin;; an arm bouquet. ,of American Chamberlain's .Cough Remedy to and cure" of 'dandmT and baltaevs. to tot their abode 'Tei fs the ease ,
beauty iwiW. -, Sol Catin & CO. small children:as Jtfontains no opium Newlao's Herpicide i-121s the geim. with several ferns: among them the ; The Star Steam
harmful drug. ,It has an established the remove the I
,The bridA entered wihb f father of other !I 'J)stroy" cause you- '. Poiypodinai necUrifenun the sterile i
reputation of more than it
MEYER SHOE'co. Mr. O: :A. Gonzalf She wore broad a The Pure Food Store, i thirty ,rears sthe, ,most successfal !eled.roraa1e bp "VT. A. D'Alembsrte. fronds of Which bear sectaries on their I Laundry ,
cloth bandsoueut with ha ..sh chanmarae an'd'gloves to' Staffcwesl Corner Pilatu art Intentacti i I medicine in use for colds!, croup and I druggist, and apothecary 121 So-1CI lower face and ,are,'.moreover, of a 37 E. Garden St. Phon 114
FEET FURNISHERS FOLKS Phones1fI hooping'consul always cures and P: lafcx street or Send.tOe In stamps shape favorable to sheltering. toe la- I :1:1Ii
matci: antI was an exquisite! picture Pensacota. Fla'i4.4
of rirlhood.Thfe -: J I 1 IS pleasant to"take. Children like, it. for sample to the Herpiade- Ca. De, sect. :
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ft f { PENSACOLA' REAL: ESTATE' l f LESLIE Insurance E.& Real BROOKS. Estate, I For Rent I 1j-oyi! ;WH'YDON:' T YOU fnNewCitylots1NVEStYOURMONE $25 Cash i

: In. Value Each Day : :
it Is ,Enhancing Upon DeLuna St-
+ 1. $10 a Month I
f : WE OFFER: A FEW BARGAINS. | Real estate bought ,and pent..1n ,buying yourself a home is I '. .

t f t :: Which will realize) a flood profit to you 'en' .short holdings, and our + I sold on commission. Rents READY-Four cash wisely,which invested you Invest and the in surplus The number ,of these lots i is limited, and unless i

!!, .. complete; list is always open for your Inspection. .4. collected and repairs attended rooms over Chamber of. Pensacola Real Estateis I you invest now -may be too late. Youlcannot\ buy ;

f' 5 Improved Property. to. Commerce, at from $i to In'something which Is : lot in. this district for cash:'at:this price. Lots are in :

f. $2100-Will buy a new, one.story cottage on. East Gadsden street, centrally T Can place your money on $7.50 each per month. sure placed to increase In value and show i blocks 164 and 167, New Cit)% -- :

'! : Clean and ,a handsome profit for you. -
real estate at 8 cent. light : airy. I
'wflf'buy the northeast per ,
4 S2200 a 2-story dwelling I and store building on JA .
t corner r Garden and 10th avenue. T Modern conveniences. Investigate :These, !t An Abstract furnished 'free. No taxes.No interest
I r 4 $3250: -Gets a bargain in cottages on large corner' lot, centrally located Ti FOR RENT. I!- 4 > : .. f
on West End, renting at $453 per year. TA READY ABOUT- -
7230: -Takes a very desiraole brick building: centrally located on large. lot, J 6-room house all modern January :< I $2650- "111 buy a nice 6-room cottage t
' Real I
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and carrying lease Of five years at $900 per,year. J 20th-New threes on East' Hfll. with a IES1'E F RRtKIKS Insurance
: and
: good blkm, nice shed .
fo. + conveniences, corner Jacksonand fruit. Lot 120x187. On car i i UIIUUR KmW_ 112 S. Palafox Sl :

i : Unimproved Property. Guillemard. ory building, containi i line.$42S0Slfl. .

t f *+ S2000() fcr 10 building lots on North Hill, fronting two streets.. i -I. ing two stores on ground I ; buy a %2-story. 7-room ..' .................,......... ........ t... .... :
r 55OO-CetS: : a bay front ,location| containing 15 lots, in business center. house with all -modern con .
floor and twelve
1 : rooms I veniences. Property all in
f | CiiyMaps. good condition. A very desirable -=
LESLIE BROOKS on location on North .

. i Have you an up-to-date map of the city Phone us for one, or send $2.00 .i floors. All modern con- 'I Spring street. STORES FOR RENT,

t mail.I .
by $275O-wl1 buy the most up-to-
,f : Rent Collections. and Fire Insurance. Real Estate I veniences. i date little home in Pensa
+ cola. 6-room cottage on FOR RENT-From January I 1907
+ For F. F. the
i! Given especial attention. We solicit a share of your patronage. + and Insurance. terms see Lake View Ave.. with all ,

Phone 462. 112 S. Palafox.1 Bingham orMcDAVIDHYER modern 120x132. conveniences.This is a most! Lot de- double two-story stores Nos. 9 and j 1J I

f 1 HOOTON & WATSON sii; ble place and was not ,
built to sell, but was built
I CO. for a home and is complete I S Palafox street and warehouse in rear 40 by
t THE RENTAL AGENTS | in eviry particular. You ,

,U H t |, REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSURANCE., : THE BEST YET! A9nU New York I Honey will to like loan it on if Real you Estate.see it.security. I 70, now occupied by Wm. Johnson & Son.

r "!o. 37 South Palafox St. Phone 54f Life Insurance Company. .., Apply to F. C. BRENT Brent Building
Established 1879. attention to Fire Insur- ,
r A Special I
t. I 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST.. : ance. I II

>i .. 't..e... We have for sale tots in block 101. East Phone 700t Pensacola, Fla. j !I
King Tract at $100 each. $5 down- and $5 FOR RENT-Desirable offices in the Brent
No and taxes
-- ---- per month. Interest no

: HELP WANTED.I WANTED. I until paid .for Building.

'l We have a nice comfortable house on L.S.BROWN&CO. .
North Coyle street, that we can sell for
, trade. A."iTED-My friends and to
[ \XTED-Men to learn barber patrons
know that I will be in Pensacola the $1100 on easy payments.We .
i' fr.at demand far barbers. Top. wages! I

!, 1\ raid oiKii business Huadreds with of good small opportunities capital. Few to, remainder to do piano of and the organ winter.tuning Am and prepared repair I have a nice six-room cottage with For SSllle REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND, LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY.
. lot line and
. : in-Us completes. Beet chance in the '! ing at reasonable prices. Satisfaction large on East Hill on car
. near hard road that we can sell for ..
mailedftw guaranteed. Order 1401. '
-by phone
; worUi!, for Mohler poor Barber man. College Catalogue..NewOr i I I Scott 1S2015th avenue. cl.1 3000.( This is one of the best bargains : Through end Local Time Tables Between Pensacola and Points North.
23declwWANTED I offered here recently. Will agree to carry -
.: leans, La. a mortgage for large amount of pur- READ DOWN READ UP
WANTED-Position by experienced stenographer. Phone '18 Thiesen BIdg.
-Al bookkeeper. Apply by letter .' Legal work preferred. Can ; chase price at 8 per cent. Trains No. Trains NOL
who furnish references. Address E. L. 2 4 .5 3 1
: in ) One good
nt on e (not person I
l f las experience in retail store preferred. : :J.. Box %.8. ISdeolOt : feet One on hundred Little Bayou and fifty with by three two cottages hundred $3000for 11:05pmj1Jl> ]! Lv..............:..Pensacola...................Ar EOOam.Lv l 400pm
r Please state salary expected '\atson. ; renting for ,$11 month, $1500. C:35alnj 6:35pmf Ar..MontgOmei'T....__.......... 9:3epm 11.13am:
i Parker & Reese Co. 25decANT : }II THE PUBLIC to k ow'Uil.t' the B. H. per ll:45am7:25pm. !S-2iam! AT...............Birmingham.................Lv I I 4:20pm 833am
I I Fairchild Co.. is now prepared to reno- Ten lots on public square near the 212 West Wright street, a very desirable 3:37am! AT.............Nashville...................Lv I 8:45am, :51110I.
1 i PERSON may earn]jvate all kind pillows and 8-room and residence with \lJP
INTELLIGENT of mattresses. : Stoddard property cheap at J85L( hall \ -1'0-' IDA 1'18 7:40pm 3.37am
very : ) Lv..Nashville.&r
i |7a' to J100, monthly.corresponding forjnewspapers. i I bolsters, in first-class: style and at low-I large lot. .. S:37am 2vaii
- work. :No P. 1-OBam SlSam Ar.Ar .... .... .Evansvllle . ........ Lv 3.00am 9f.Ipn
- Bure' steady lest I prices. Ring up phone 4S5. write 7:40am 2:1OpDl ......_..._..;-.St.j".Leu1a .... .;.."..;.....i LT I 8M5pm ';3p11m
{ 8JI\'aSing. Experience unnecessary.Sen1 : ; 0. box. 433.or call IS East Garden street.upstairs. 19-room
" for particulars. Press syndicate. .' 9declm D. HALE WILSON & CO. .- 2-story; house' with plot of 8.00pm 3.47am, Lv..........-............,.N vUJ... '.0:...."....Ar f 8:27am, S:15am
!: Lockport., N. Y. 21dec8m ground 140x200! fee in excellent local- :lOam 8.10am! Ar.;..a.'LonisyilIt'..i.................Lv j I | 9.30pm
. WANTED: ,TO RENT-A large house t ,cash 7:20am 12.20pm AT..................Cincinnati..........-.......Lv [il0:50pml| 5.55pm
ity; K balance on time. Modern
WANTED-White girl to do general close In. Will lease It if terms are de- $1875 .
! housework. Apply 1202 East Gadsdenrtreot. slrabla. Address Mrs. A. M., Care Jour STREET improvements. BETWEEN PENSACOLA, MOBILE AND NEW ORLEANS.
Ibdec2w nal. ZTnov
t For 60 feet on the North' Side of Government 6&7 2&3, 4&1 _3&2 1.1: 4 ii

r WANTED-Manager for branch office we WANTED-Some one of means-who will PHONE 234 street by 125 feet on the east Price $5500. 7.00am'U.05pm'llS5aml Lv ..' Ar I 5.00amj) 4.00pm| 6.30pm
:. Risil t3 locate here in Pensacola. Address -' care for and educate bright boy. 14 aide of Maxent street has a large 2- ; 10:4iam\ ::S?*" \! 4lZprnlAr ...........Mobile..Lv [,UIamill:59am! l:3Spm
with references The Morris years old. Apply. Pearl Eagan Home or tory store and dwelling house on same. I :30pm) 7laam| 4:12pm| Ar..New Orleans...?... Lv | 8:15pm|.j :26ara
'I I{ Wholesale House, Cincinnati Ohio. Mrs. Wra. Fisher. President. 18nov
lldeclm FOR SALE. FOR RENT.Two .
t OPERATOR WANTED S I .1 I 3Dally t Train i* do nostop ata stations I
TYPEWRITER 15c .Zt'D. I handle all trading Brands large brick I I I 4 6
FOR SALE-House and lot 1013 East I stores 140 and 106 '
office -at .Dally I Dally r where no time shown t \
,t\) take dictation from grapho- of wintd beers ana whisKies and still Jackson t Daily DallyI:45pm Dally4:9iipml
i phoue. No knowledge of stenography manufacture that well-established coi-gh Dahlstrom,street.1013 East 31,600.Jackson Apply street to G. x A.>r Honey to loan at lowest market rate East aide of Tarragona street between 2-30pmji I :50aml Lv ....Flomaton..Ar 12:4Sam 8I3aM:

t l needed. None but expert operator need medicine. Joe Roth corner Tarragona 818 South Palafox. ZTDeclm of irterest. I Romana and Intendencla. Elegant location 5:00pm| %:35p01 -55am .........Century......... It.40am{ 1.38pm 8.21am
t apply. Densmore machine used. Apply and Government Sts. lloct Mortgages on real estate in this city 5:07pml| 2:41pm'. 3:05am..BluE. Springs...... ..12.33am 1:33pm 8:15am)
t in person at once to The Clutter" Music FOR SALE-A modern Bonder. The mechanical bought and sold. I for wareh use purposes, 335.00per 6:17pm 2.51pm 3:20am..McDayld.......... .12:22am -1 1:29pm 8:06am
House. lldec TAILORING A. Diamond. TeUor.Gent's accountant saves men. money All of the Maxent Tract west of "C" I month. for the. two., 5:30pm 3:04pm. 3-36am ......Pine Barren........ .12:0gamll l-.16pm *55an.
f t clofhiiig cleaned. pressed and repaired brains. ,Adds. multiplies, subs tracts, divides street now for sale. I 5:39pm: 3.13pm S.SOam ,.........MolinoOuintette........... .* : 9pm 1.07pm 7.4 on short notice. No 11H Wed by simply pressing the keys. Easy S 5:43pm....:.....* 6.04pm .. ......... ll:51pm .IZ: 8pll1,. :'Jan
n LOST. Government St. Pnnsacola. -Fla to operate. Absolutely accurateTwo, .<- THOS. PEBLEY. 6:63pm 3:26pm 4liam: ......Cottage I-till-------- ..11upm-US3PII 1 ?'"4amJan.

WANTED R Bingham: wants your sets dials by which proveu\\'ork as 5:57pm 1:9pmj.. 4.16am ,.. ",Cantonment.....,.: ..11:40pm, 12:.'}pra : .
. : moving and hauling. Ho guarantees done. Has no lever. Casts but little. A. 6:01pm 3:34pm: 4:23am. .........Gonzalez,i........ ..ll:3Spmll:33pm :43PIl1,' 1.2Gam
LOST-On Palafox between Romana and all breakage. Phone 630. modern wonder. Every office snouid have Romana and Palafox. S 6O3pml'! 3:36pmi,. 4:25am: ..,.......Roberts.......... \.12:41pm i :fam
Main Sts.. a silk belt with three buttons one. Terms. .M. A. Co... Box 723.. Pensa 6:15pm3:45pm'! 4:40am. ..Olive...........' .ll:22pm:: : .12:3Upm' J'.am'
I i: on the bark. Return to Carlson's WANTED-The Merc'.ants Transfer Co. cola Fla. 23declm a 6:21pm, 3:51pm, 4.48am. .........*.Brent.<........ ..-:15pm *12:21pm'' 1Uian6:25pm" \

,{L:r. LOST grocery-Christmas store and receive day one reward.plush 27declt buggy Proprietor.wants your gu Phono"'rnteecL nw-ns 878.VANTED :. T.and B.hauling.Thors*Allbre&.kage u. FOR wagons SALE-f.toUa fine e mules, all in two first-class double Fisher Real Estate Agency FOR SALE.FOR 6:30pru'Trains:\| 3:54pmj.stop on 4.62am 5:00am signaL... .Ar..Pensacola.l.....Gouling.....*.....Ly-... ...11:1pm.11:03pm. 12:16pm 12lUpm- "t.:00pm 0*>am

'. robe. block: on one side. with bright, red : All kinds of electrical condition. Can be seen at my place. corner .
.- flowers on other. Lost either between sell all- kinds of electrical batteriesan1 work.I 9th avenue and 10th street D. B. COLLECTION OF RENTS A SALE-Good turpentine place at bar- -i I L I fTrainadonotstopat-stations, where not( :1 1 l 4 i
St. Michael's ct-metery and 9th avenue on other electrical supplies. When White. 2 declw gain. Plenty of and hands. Address Daily[Dally lDailyi| time is shown. I}Daily)Daily Dalh

Gregory. or LaRua street. Reward tort me ring 345 cr 9*;. E. W. Peake.youneed SPECIALTY. "M," Box. l ftp n a City, Fla. :;-:;:-: 5:001 7:001 Lv...............Pensacola...............Ar I 10.501 11:1-1 .
t I i return to 510 North Baylen street New Star Launder Bide. G. Garden. FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN-Harness 25declmTREE8Shade. ...... S. |-20!- '::IS .................Bohemia.............,,... /.....i.lo.55;i. .-....
27dec4t* factory and tannery conveniently located -i ...... &:%2'.. 7l .,.-.... ..........Onll Point...'........:...... ..10:3'.10:53-. .
' ;',' WANTED-Second-hand sacks: of all descriptions new buildings and up-to-date machinery. I Phone 87. 208 S. Palafox St. ornamental or fruit trees ...... S 5:25....... .Ynlestra ..... ....'.10:501. .
I KSTRAYED-From Bob McLaughhn'astable. wanted. If out of town ship Address Factory," Care thispaper. of all kinds; also hedge plants furnishedand .:.... 59j., 7:18 ..............Escambia ............ .10:28'10:47, .... .
f t.- Molhio Dec. :!. one dark chestnut them to us; if in town. ring us: up at No. 16dec2w planted by S. D. Jackson on terms ...... S S-.VT 7:251. ........Mulat.. .10US: .10.361... ..
sorrel horse, roarhed tail mane, frontfeet 334 or bring them to us at corner of to suit purchasers. Best references. Address .-..... 5:451...... ...... ._.... .. .
.. .
Harp ..... .........; ... 10.32.. .
I shod aim bay mare bobtailed, about S. D. Jackson City 25declw .
; Chase and Alcanlz Sts. F.. S. Mellen & FOR SALE-Two launches: one 26 O.-A. ; ...... &:577:85. ...........
f four year ol!. Any information sent toM I Co. ... Galt City ................. ...'10:21 ... .
J ZSjuiy 6 feet beam; oak timbers; white cedar i ...... 6:03 '
... 10:05, 10.14'... ..
t' ra. A. Trimmer. Molino. will be FOR SALE-Pointer puppies ,
t,. for if it lea.ls to recovery of horses. paid Bob planking H.P.: copper fastening 2 ; equipped Wolverineengine. with I' marked. Liver and white. beautifully Royal jln- ...... 6.35....... ............ ..Good Range................... .....,.. ':431.| ...
8 cycle .
! -: MrLaughlin. 27dec an She 2-cylinder has half-cabin. Speed 7% :. Some VeryDesiirabile gee Sam; June 22. Sold one to L. S. ...... .- 7:03.S 8K) .' ......" 9:151... .
LOAN. ...... 7:26
; Brown.. W. A. McCreary, Evergreen, Ala. 8:30..Mulgan.: 9:12\ .....
! : JthT-Ladys: purse. between depot and, miles$750. and Also in one fine running 19-foot condition.launch; 6-foot Price 23dec ...... 7:40 8:38 ..... ...........Crestview.................. .. 9:01 8:38 ... ..
: Spring street on Belmont. Contained THOS PEBLEY-Money to loan. Upstairs beam; 1% H.P. kerosene engine. copper IHIomes ...... 8:09 8-56 Deer .......1.! 8:03... ....
f another small puts and $20 gold coin I corner Palaox and Romana Sts.Sdec. fastened, in good working order. Price FOR SALE-Almost: new Victor disc : S 8.33; 9.10; ..Mossy .. 8-33 7-40... -
. and several bills. Reward for'return to King & Runyan, Pensacola. Phonograph. with large horn. and 12 ::: 3:16 9:35. .DeFuniak Springs..... 8.1357....: .
$150. Apply
:Miss Bell Roade 317 North Spring St.27declw. II 1 dec records.. Will make splendid Christmas ....... 9:30 8.44 ..................Argyie........ 7:446:41.: : ..... .
J UNLIMITED amount of money to loanon For SaKe present.Address,422 West Gregory. ...... 9.52 9:57: --.--..---Ponce DeLeon.................. .. 7:29'' C:20'.. .
i all kinds,of personal property. Special FOR SALE-Two buggies very cheap 22dec5t ...... 10:12 -10:10---.Westyille.: ........' ....... 7:171{ 6:00:..... .
t t )j) T-On londay. December 21, a round rates to business men on large loans. Apply 104 East Wright street 16derlm ...... 10.22 10:15.. ............. .....CaryvilleBonifay..;.. 5:5:1.] ...
i gold pin with monogram M. U. B. Re-,The New York. Loan Co., 204J4 South, SHIP CHANDLERS-McKlnsie O.-tlnl( ...... 10,45 10:30. .. .. ......... .. 1J// 5:24 ... .
t uard for return to E. S. Bonacker, 22 Vt !Palafox. Phone 920. 22dec I & Co.: wholesale and retail ship chandlers ...... 11:12\ 10:. '.. ...;........ : 455.!.. ,
1 Kerth- Government street room 10. FOR SALE-200-arpent country place 7 and grocers. Only firstclansaous. t ...... 11:29 10:59 ....&. .... .. : 4:39.. .
t 1 27declw UNLIMITED amount of money to loan onall miles from -Pensacola short mile west I of kind in city. Fair prices to all., ... .4 11:4311:01{ ,.r;'.. ....t.-;;.. .CrlPley/6:3./. 44.. .

kinds personal property. on short of Olive station and postoffice, known as ...... 1:10111:16 ................... J:55., ...
t i OUT. OF MAIL WAGON between depot notice. Terms Easy. Get my rates be- 7-mile house on old Jackson road. 30 acres FOR SALE-At a bargain a barber's ...... 1:44.11:45: ,.........;.;:..;....;. ... .I. : 2:19 .
and postofflce : suit case containing fore going elsewhere. Star Loan Co., fenced and cross-fenced with woven wire On West Gadsden street south fronton outfit good as new; one first-class .12:55 ll-62. .. ... Grand. Ridge.. $.32: .' 3:07.
K. P. O.to supplies J. H. Jones.wearing Jr.. R. P.apparel C. FLider belonging IllG South Palafox. Phone 919. 22dec fence, balance partly cleared partly fine car line, a two-story, 8-room modern barber brushes chair: one and dozen combs.excellent Address razors. :::::: 1:13 :12.02 :.j.::.. :,::,:;.:-.dueads--. ;::::;:::::: \: : ;2:18'\.: : .

\ "ill please send to ji.o t loan timber. Fine oaks. pear chestnut and home. house in splendid condition recently mugs J. .. ... 1:30 I 12.15 ..*....River Junction...:.. j 6:10: [ %:301. .
postoffice a on good security. Pen- Fla.
! r promptly.decIt other trees. Stream running through; overhauled throughout and painted; M. Armstrong, Sneads. 6declm ...... 10:50 7:40 Ar..Jacksonnvllle : 9.05 4:001.
t ::( cola investment Company. SOoctirr many springs on place: also horse. buggy. gas. city water. bath large. deep lot. best A1. PM I. : AjI I I t r31
I harness. wagon and farming tools: :3 1- neighborhood in city-$5000.00. FOR SALE-Bargain In 6-room cottage _
LOST-Black and tan hound two years M LOANED'on real estate and room house 1 50-foot stable, with two at Cottage Hill Fla. Terms to suit. One Trains 1 and <4< and trains 2 and 3 carry through sleeping car between. P" '
11 old. weighs about bO poundk Answers personal on short notice fruit flowers and garden.. Address cola and JJaclcaonvllle
to name "Black." Reward for return to Terms &57t..P7eB lar 28% South rooms; 1 25-foot barn and other out- 5-room cottage 'and ban. bath and acre BealL Sdeclw via River Junction and Seaboard Air Line.
II I 111 East Bobe St. 19declw Pal...'ox St. Phone 1144. houses. Suitable for sanitarium country shower bath. hot and; cold! water, cabinet Egbert Trains stop on slgcaL
------_ club factory brewery or stock farming. mantles modem throughout occupyinga -
FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new Meblen
I .;AN LEND YOUR MONEY at eight Reason for selling-owner has no one to *4 block of ground on East Hill block & Sons' piano in handsome rosewoodcase. '

HOTELS. uer cent. If you have any that you manage place.for one Great looking bargain for good as farming investment from car line, good neighborhood-$3000. .. A bargain. Piano an be seen! age ?l feet nt Interest on. see me about it. or and the balance will 17
It by calling at. the Kandy Kitchen. 3oct. average % feet.
r address E.V.
For particulars
I :HOTEL MANHATTAN-European plan. mil be absolutely safe on real estate i land. Pensacola, Fla, New, Laundry :Modern'i.room'cottage, reception hall and that I will, acxordlngljfff said
Leslie K. Brooks. Phone Peake timber and logs for sale,'at
t New management. Remodeled and reIi security. 462. building East Chase street. IdeeFOR large front gallery on corner lot 50xl37%, public Ten- SCHEDULE
: furnished throughout Rooms single or two blocks from car line on East H11; due to the highest and best bidder for
: .nsuite with private hath. Electric bells. MONEY TO LOAN Everybody borrows I house new, lot nicely-laid oft wth pretty BOARD AND ROOMS. cash on the 31st day of December. 1906.
Ii- -"amp!; room Upstairs corner Garden I I money from Jno. A Hall & Co. 14H 'land.SALE 12,500-10 saw 000 mill acres timber round and Umber sawmill flowers. large stables' fronts south. It. betweenthe Live Oak boom hours of 12 and 2 p. m., at (Effective De. 31, 1906.)
in Choctowhatchee river In
Proprietress. it US.1t'NEY 254 county. SUNDAY.
UcBrearty %:dec of light housekeeping. Apply
farms and town properties.Write
good Florida. T. F. !
I E. 27Dec2w JIcGOURlN U. S. Mar Pentacola-Fort Barranca
t Gentry & Setterilnd Chipiey, Fla. Gregory. thaI Nor. DisU of Fla.' %%-. ,
:..OCKII RT HOTEL Lockhart Ala. LOANED on all kinds of per- W Flournoy. Leave Pensacola. Leave Ft. Karran-ai
.Z3 .
I _new managemtnt newly renovated sonal property on short notice.. Terms I ept ROOMS FOR RENT CHEAP-Two nicely Plaintiff's Attorney' ;'Mawel1 & Reeves !9:00 am 10:119 *m
1 nice rooms. Bath and all accommoda- ctsy.; J. B. Gray: & Co., 2 W. Romana. furnished upstair rooms suitable for contra. 11:00 am 1:00:: pm
1 ions. Special attention to traveling men. leone 1165. Ifeb PANAMA CANAL EDITION of The light housekeeping close'to car line high 1:00 pm 2::W pm
. -pe' <'ial rates to weekly boarders. J. Journal-a magnificently illustrated and healthy.. L'sa of phone and gas. Apply NOTICE.Is 200pm S 00 pm
f !:todg rs. Prop. 28novIIROWN UNLIMITED amount of money to loan magazine containing scores of views or! at 314 East Strong St. or phone hereby given that there will be a ..:00. pm 4: .n all kinds of personal property. Sp.- the city and harbor. Fo Kilo t all J. W. Bullock Jr.Real 1213. 1dec meeting of the stockholders of the Ger 4:00 pm &-uo pm
1 HOUSE-DeFunTak Springs. I c*d rates to business men on large book stores or at The Journal office By, man-American Lumber Company at the ':00 pm 8.00: pm
, Good beds. airy rooms, elegant meals L'.:AS. The New York Loan Co., 20414"vth mail 20 cents. ,Il&eit: FOR RENT-Furnished rooms with privilege office of the company In the Thiewn 6:00epni 7. free bath and sample rooms. Special :: Palafox. Loans of light housekeeping, 212 West Building in the city of Pensacola, Florida, _
attention to traveling men. Rates $Loo FOR SALE OR RENT-One of finest Estate and Mortgage Gregory. 25declm on the 8th day of January. A. D. 1907. WEEK DAYS.Pensacoia.Ft. .
, .: jn>r day. J. R. Brown. Prop. farms in West Florida, -21f miles from at 10 o'clock: a. nu, for the purpose of Barrancas.
MISCELLANEOUS.GEO. Chipiey 140 acres in cultivation; fine Room 302 Brent Building. FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms. suItable acting upon a resolution to increase the Leave Pen aco. Leave Barren s.
,: HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open all the buildings. Cash rent 31.50 per acre. L. for light housekeeping. Apply 3l capital stock from $250,000.00 to 3750- 7:15ant no
g am
(. year. American and European plan. .JOlL'\ SOX. Contractor and Builder C. RIdenour, Chipiey, Fla. 14dec2w West Chase street. 22dec m.0. H. H. Boyer VIve-Preatdent. & 9.50 am 11:00: am
!; Special summer rates. First-class in Phone 637 6decoaw4w 12.50 2 00 :
will give you estimates on all work in pm pn
f every respect. Pleasant and &tLE-A fine tract of land LARGE front room, nicely furnished. .. 3.60 -
conven near
or out of town. Repair a specialty. Phone! FOR pm 5:10 pm
without board. Phone 865. 415
i lent Mrs. T. L. Bowen Prop., Pensacola. 1053 21declw, city. Part heavily timbered; part with or 22declw NOTICE 6:00 pm 7.o pm
; Fla. ISapr cleared. Call phone 28S;. or address 1102 West Gregory. Is hereby'glnn thai.I win present my 8:00 pm 9 W pn

;: MATTRESS AND FtJR1'"ITURE-Mat East Gadsden. 18novlm FOR RENT-One large room. furnishedor accounts as executor of the estate of .
BAY HOTEL-Open night and day. European tress made to order and also renovated 24 South Dora Bauer deceased to"lime Honorable Pensacola.Blg Bayou.
unfurnished. Spring
t plan. Rooms light and clean. ; new ticks furnished. New and: CONKETS celebrated Roup Cure. Cholera BegintheNewYear street only 2 blocks from Palafox. ISdec Henry Bellingr. County Judge of EscambiaCounty Leave Pensacola. "" Leave Rig Ca .
I. Transient trade solicited. 575-579 South second-hand furniture. modern or antique cure, lice and mite kllVr as well at his office in the City of *:00 am 1:0 a-:
Palafox. Jos. S. Nlcolau. Prop. bought and sold. Davis ManufacturIng as an unexcelled Egg Pre tuter. All fOR RENT-Rooms for rent with privilege Pensacola. 'Florida 09 the 30th day"of 7:00 am 7:30 ar.

--- ----------- -_ _ _ Co.. 114 East Belmont street. guaranteed and a splendid grade of. of light housekeeping. Phone and May A. D. 1J07 and,apply for my final 8:00 am 8:30 am
Phone 771. 24nov: wheat that will make your fowls lay. F. 900 East Jackson St.Sdec discharge as said executor. 9:00 am ':39 an
S. Mellen & Co.. Penaa.com Fla. Phone Bath. Apply J. L. BORRAS, 10:00 am 1&.30 am
FOR RENT. Iin Your Own Home
MISS LEILA REESE has fresh cut' flowers 334. 7nov ROOMS TO RENT-Best In city. Mrs. :K. dec4oam6m Executor. I 11:00 am I 11:30 am
---- oa hand. Orders taken for special B. Preston 128H East Government St. 12:00 pm 12:30 pm
FOR m-XT-From the 1st of January occasions. Phone :S%. ISnovlci: FOR SALE-Come .olck if you want 9dec MEETING.NOTICE. 1:00 pm 1:38 pn
tue store No. 329 W. Government St., them. Two cheap horses two good Notice is here>y given that the annual 2-00 pm ':31) pm
row ocrupiMd by N. Goldrinr. as a bar- WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP-We,. ones and one high-class saddle horse is ROOMS-Nicely' furnished upstairs convenient meeting of the'stockholders of the Peo 3:00 pm -. 3.30: pn
r North Ct'*allos i:;t. 23deUw Intendencla. entrance also at 215 Romana Monday.. I also have two second-hand board. 1202 ,East. Gadsden street. the office of ,the bank at 1 o'clock on 5:00 pm (.30 f
-- and prepared to everything In wagon top buggies In good condition for sale $ 700-Buys a four--room cottage with Sdeclm Tuesday January: 8th,-1902.- 4:00 fJ9 P
FOrt JlXT-\t. Big Bayou. 7-room. H and carriage 'buildir snd repairing. E. cheap. T. E. Welles. ISdectf summer kitchen on East Gregory. J. W. DORR.. t 7:00 C pm------- 530 pm
MOO house. lidth and kitchen all fur- L. Heirfrs. Pfcone ?S5::; City. itoct. $100 cash, the rest at $10 per NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS for rent Cashier. 8:00- 1:31) JI'
tlt:-hw; *:.o per month; also 4-rooms kitU'ii FOR SALE-Just received fresh flashlights month.$1350Gets with or without board. Table board. Dec. 19, 1906. oaw4w tOO pm 9.34 p"
.in unfurnished. J1T.60. Fisher MATTRESSES RE.'OVAT1D-New: tick and launch batteries. Phone Phone gas and bath. No. 3 Palafox. 10.00 pm li:30 pm
steal; talIi 20$ ScuU Palafox. furnished if desired. Guaranteed. Carpet 345. E. W. Peake New Star Laundry a five-room home with bath.on 27nor MASTER'S SALE. Ilft9 'pm 11:30 pu

ISdecJ"OIi taken up and matting laid. Leave building. East 71111 near car line. $H0 By virtue of a,decree rendered br -Hon. Pensacola-Big Bayou same as wt.e
orders at tYatsou. Parker Reese Co.'n.Wesley cash. $15 per month. ROOl9--Two furnished front rooms ,Francis Carter. Judge of the day: except. that ftnt-. car leaves city at
r P.EXT-TW' nice double stores on Duncan.. 7sept i FOR SALE-One f1n'e waD Case 2:; feet suitable, for light housekeeping. Use 1 Court OfB.EscanbIa Circuit 'j'a-m.: :
l?aet Inteodenria :street between Pala- 8 feet blgtt. with ribbon case 10 $3200-For a nice new two-story home of East'Gadaden. County Florida: *n
!. long. of pliose and bath. Apply 822 ,the .%4th day 6t October. A.. D. Saturday only. .
i "')x and Tarragona. at the Fisher .Will make fine display eight rooms bath. gas receptiOn 1906 In
Inquire MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP-WC- feet long. separate. or Phone S3?. 25nov the.. case of hewsnan
t rUI Estate! .Agen Y-. 22nor: lie Mims. Proprietor. Furniture I case for any kind of cerchandise. hall etc.. near car line. East HilLCall 1 Ooldrtng against
: pairingrof all kinds. carpets laid. furniture re- Apply to E. L. Reese. 17 North Palafox.iOnovlm. up or pee' me quickly if you James! Wells and ** ry. E. Wells: his
f' want i wife; I will on :Monday. the L. & N. R. R0
. FOR l EVT-A. R. Btnghain has storage packed for ahlplr.lPhone a bargain seventh dar north.varying with
(3.Nest Legal Advertisements. of January A: D. 1W; sell at Said lot Is bounded I o'
room: for rent, suitable: for funJtur to Tampa lantling.H 22aprU I public starting point.
or other g.xtds. 134 jitu ItS South Tar. FOR SALE-House and lot at 101: East outcry for cash before the county coart the west by L. & N. R. Rand on th
t racona street .Phone <::!J. ALFMAN-Tin Copper and Sheet Jackson street. 1600. Apply to G. A. NOTICE.. OP MARSHAL'S SALE. house door in the city of Pensacola, Flor north by George; Grerti's lot and OB '
.- -. : Iron \7orker: ; cornice work and sky- Dohlstrom, 1013 East Jackson street. or United .States of -America Northern ida during the legal hours of sale. the south by Henry ridi.n's lot and cue
.lights specialty; rooJras. guttering and 813 South Palafox. 27novlm District of Florida SSi followingdesoibe4 prQpertwtiais ly. tains one (1) -and 10.i-Z500< square chains
FOR ADOPTION.FOR J repairing. 103 East Government, opera Public notice Is hereby given that I lag and being -in the dty .f Century, Saw lot la in tIme northwest fc of tea
house building. Phone 660. Reaidence FOR SALE and Immediate delivery. one C. IoYAER( now bold,-the,following 'descrioeu property county of .Escambfa..aod State',of Flor- southwest i ef set 1, Tp 5 N, R 30 w-
---- phone lilt.: automatic tandem compound center levied upon and ordered sold, situated Ida. to-wit' : Beginning at the., onthwest Together with the improvements thereon "
1 '.U1OPTIOX-on&- orphan' bojr 7 crank, steam engine of about 150 horse and lying in the county of Walton corner of Gee Green's lot on cast aide and the hereditaments and appurtenances
years old. Will br given for adoption ; J. H. PORTER, *!lm ker, m Southi power, and two return tubular boilers 7:: 200 Thiesen and State of, Florida, to wit. of L. N. R R. and running east-three thereunto belonging, or in anyw.'
t() responsible artif'J. For particulars Palafox street. Orders taken for tents inchee diameter by 16 feet long. For full Building. One thousand. (1000). more or l w, (J) chains. ;, thence:south fifty-three (53) appertaining. Deed at coet of P01
I apply Pearl Karon Home. or :Mrs. Wm. I awnln s. camp stools and house cots. particulars apply Stone A Webster En?.' 686. piecesof square pine timber and fifty- link; thencewestthre. (3) and'S4-100 chaser. Scott M. Loftin. si''J":
'I'uher, Resident ISnov ( etc. Prim reasonable. lOaD Corporation. Box 830 Pensacola 14nor Phone two fS!) sine Inca. saM timber wW nver- chains: the-ripe thtrty-on (tl>r'.-Iins I '.

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S. .: RKr EP sHPPiig NEWS Wheh, you drink ; '

r: 110 .... whiskey you're entitled to the GEM SALOON H.AD.l
m .,. -
; NAVAL STORES -. -- best, 'E5P ci JJy when YOu pay j :jT: .
Ga.. Dec. S.-The 'n ral' Arrived Yesterday. Bat it 1 t: _
the pride. seldom '
..market.......closed..._today.... .aa...follows: : A.ugust Belmont Br ss, Clarke. 2967, you get : : RIER"sC A Proprietors' i
L& AiMin tyjj .. ; ; ..:c.&5 Newcastle to cult Transit Co. as long as you're willing to take :
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ir ..:................:... .::..:.<.800 75v Artstea.to Aust Gulf Ye.Transit Dasulich Co. %2254 Philadelphia the unbranded sort that is handed : Fine Imported and Domestic
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:;;:::::::::::;::.::..:....:..-.:.:<:-?...1.25 M Alfred f Menzele.Ger ss. Jorgensen. 1288; good, is good enough.to \I Wines Liquors and Cigars \ .c5
........................- 4.10 to>4.15 St Vincent. to H. Baars & Co. ave'a name, so that, it may be i
... ................4.OS4f. Capera.TransitCo.Cbatton.Ital PS Custanzo.. :%11.'MessenaI'Golf called for again, and again. The ,

,1 ....{F.....v...;._....iv......v......:?.:tH Ajjes to .order.Br ss. Lelsk, 2321, Buenos plain bottle sort,, is profitable to : All Leading Brands of Beers. 'fi

irits Turpentine 6&% cents. Cycle. Br ss. Long 22J7, Rio Janlero tn the Gulf Transit Co. come in? You can change the
Pensacola. ; E&rlswood Br'sr. Feyn, 14SO Tampico
following t Cotton asacola: Market.cotton -quota, toJ.: A. llerritL & .Co. order of things, and always get a The Following Brands of Whiskies Always in
are furnished by.J. P. O'Connor & He1sing&ur Swed as, Schriel, 1422 thoroughly good whiskey, if .
you 1
Huelva Eros. : Stock
P. O. H. cotton to Hyer : :
brokers Pensacola,.
: Homburg,. Gerss.. Matthiesen 1488. '1 I call for MARK ROGERS, and I .
j Middling, ,_....?..., 4...-........ '.Rotterdam to the.W.' S. Keyser Co, it. Moon AA Novena' '
ao'J It
be that 'costs : Jesse
sure get :
t Middling ......:_. Oer .$. Behrens 1669 Ham-, you l .
.........9 burg to master.Barbreak.Br. the dealer more, because it's I. : Full DressAntediluvian John Cribb Scotch 1
RE RCC tS.Low.. 1904. Buenos
Low Middling ...:...."IJ."I."I" 2 "
Jliddling ......>......"iIIII gs 9 Ayres Glencoe to ,the Br w as:. S.Cooper Keyser, 1839 Co., Xew York high-grade and and that's has real the merit kind, : John DC War& Sons ScotchMunsonVRye : I
to J. A. Merritt & Co. I
Hornfels, Ger s....' Nleman, 1475, West for. It's really : Old CrowHermitage
HaKlepool to W. L. Wittich & Co. you pay
{ OP : Louise, Ger ss, Helbeck 13, Gulfport delicious, and you'll t. Wilson 1 11
The Great Home to'W. Powell. the last. Old Colonel Cascade and others 'I'll I Ii
Marian Ur as. HogK. 12181.Faro to linger over : Kentucky :
ROBERT E.: LEE master.' drop.V. .

i Drink For AllIndigestion AvantI Nor &..-*.Ship... Anderson. 164S Lon- > Begin now, ask for. | 210 South Palafox St. PENSACOLA, Fla. i II

.don Ferreira to order.Port ft. Barros. 606. Lisbon A it, ;and insist upon it. 000..*........*...................... .....,,....+; i. 4kl
CALLING FORPPROPRIATE to., master. At all good places.ELUTEN2HAL :
.r l harbinger Bus e. 1899. Alcoa Bay

CELEBRATION :tomaster.Htldegard.. Ger ship. Bohndorf 1610 for .rJ
ISSUED BY' GOVERNOR. Bremen, with 1.004.26C s ft lumber;. for ft BICXAKT

i *J Brake Ingrid.with Nor 175.917 ship,sit''L tnnell.lumber.1260.Ant- A GOOD SIDEWALK II IIGives I I
werp to MC& Oerting & Co. "B & B""ina : ;
.r following' proclamation has to j jorfler... na, Hal ship Tassara 15?!. London w-" .

The value of real issued by Governor N. B. Bra ; BarkLAredor GREAT BIG BOOST"
n great a : : Uruguayan bit Maiagas, 9S7, ATLASTA I
view of the one hundredth, an- Montevideo to H. U. Thornton. the most ordinary property an appearance of euTvetantlal >>- I
genuine Ginger Ale as a of the birth of General Alfhlld.to master.Swed bit Svens- n. 133%. Dorian value. A poor one can ruin the effect of the handsomest 'mI t I

B. Lee it seems proper to me C. B. Whidden. Br bk, )Morrison '349, Guaranteed under the. National Pure house and grounds. You don't want any ragged J'i
remedial agent for Indigestion has a proclamation from this office Las. Palmas to. Southern States. ., LumberCo. Food and Drugs Act. edges to your property. .
to a suitaole celebration ol ,- Campbell. ,Nor "bk, Kausken. 1100 Among good sIdewalkS "a well laid concrete one Is 'easily :.: 1
been thoroughly and satisfactorily event would be appropriate,; Stavanger to McK. Oertuvg & Co. best Lasts longer, costs less for repairs and adds an air of 'C X 1!
Genera Lee was one' of the' Charles Racine, Nor bk, Waage, 1S26:! M. A. BAKER & CO. solid dignity and worth, S .
rounded characters in tne world's Genoa to. master. We lay such sidewalks and back with .
Red Rock Ale. MANUFACTURERS every one our guar
by Ginger I Chacma Nor bk, Jorgeesen.' S57 .
proven .
lIe was an accomplished Fleetwood to oiaer. antee. May we estimate on yours?
,a Christian gentleman,an im. Gustaf AdeJf. towed' bk. Sjoberg. 1468. Seamless Turpentine Stills, -J

This statement is1'sustained, by the fact military genius. No name ,Bremen Hereford to J.Nor A. Merritt Dte. Jensen&. Co., 1388. Rosarioto Pensacola, Fla. 1 I l
Cement Stone
all the ''realms'of read order. Company '
thai eminent and ethical physicians I
offers a finer example for the Helmdal. Nor bk. Hensen. 1154. Bull r ,
recommend it of than the to order. .
our youth
enthusiastically name
modern and kingly man. Humberto.to ordei.Span.- bk. 1111. Battle. Havana S. J. Harvey Manager. Telephone 1485. 1
and it in their practice.On .
use 1erefor ,,.I ,is.requested:, Ingebiorg Nor bk Etc, 1130.:!;; East London _
,That "all the schools in the to order. J' .;!
Isabel Browne, Rus bk. UndquJat?:UU.
celebrate January 19, 1907 in Hull to master. '
tale (battled) at all groceries, and on draught at soda founts-, way as may be suggested by the. Kink Oscar 11.. Nor bk. Johnson .752:!, ''j
of such schools. Rosario to A. Zcllus.IJUa. .
-It is further suggested that to order.. Nor' bk.. Aaaonsec. 1030. Santos< BAY' ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANYPrepared ': .
camp of veterans and every Lysglint Nor bfc. Ilansen. 133%. Swakop- to do aQ electrical repairing en short notice. Ring phone 670 and a -
will call. W. T. BJdwO President and Manager 20. 8.
& Co.
of sons in the state arrange for mUM to McK. Celling > -
of the worth and sacri- Macca, Nor bk. Dramtnond 995;;, for An Work Tested and Guaranteed.
Buenos Ayres, with 11.6%% bbls'rosin.
Trade supplied by Consoh4ied::, Grocery Co. P nsacolau. of this heroic souL- In this move- Maria, Ger bK, French.. 192X Kings. Write us for prices. We cab Interest you. -
; the camps we know. will have Lynn to master.
cordIal sympathy and assistance Marina Madre Ital bk SImon.tta, r f lr
daughters. 1468. Genoa, Nor to bfc.:'order.Negpore. .Ujerdscn. 112V East Make This New Yearns Resolutions 1j
southern states which have London to A. Zelius. MCMILLAN BROS.CO. .
made Lee's birthday a, holiday, OUvari Ital bk. Costa. Genoa to or- w

hoped, will follow a like course der.OpheHa, Nor bk. Larsson. 1127, Bahia uacroarRs TI '
C. DeSILVA & COMPANY in future, these, together with Blanca to Gulf Transit Co. L Fll Open Savings Account
states which &ave already de Pallas. Nor bk. Johnson. 1219 Plymouth a

it a legal holiday will, as near Phyllia., to Nor A. 2 bk..;ius-. Uabrielson.' 932, Belfast

can, agree on a similar plan to McK. Oerting & Co. ; '
its general celebration. in the Robert Scrafton Nor bk, :Morthensen, American National Bank. It will
with the be
I Building Material 664, Barbadoes to McKenzie Getting & L& an easy

testimony whereof, I nave here Co.Superb, Nor bs, Web 1931 Antwerpto resolution to keep if you just make the start. $1.00

L Shingles and Slate for Roofing set my hand and caused -the A. Z llus A Co. will be enough. -1 .
Seal t>f the state to.be. affix Tereea. Urug bk. Estrado, 1932:!, Clenfue- ; ;

((1 Patent Plaster Store Fittings the capital in the city of Tal-- gall Uniac.to Rlx Port M. bk Cochin. 891 Rio Ja- .

,, this the, 19 day! .of' Decem, niece to master.Schooners. .

w Everything for House Building' 1906. BROWARD, Doris Am sch, Eastman.. 310 Havana e : AMERICANNATIONALBANK.t r
:N.: B. to J. A. Merritt)&:Co. .
--Governor Donna I Chris U"-\.m'sch. MeL od. 1(5,
; and Repairs. '" 1 Belize to master. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF THE UNITED STATES., '
the Governor: ;
1'M CLAY CRAWFORD ; Ani Barkentlnes.Allanwflde. bktn Grace S64 Man- :'DIRECTORYPROFESSIONAL. OPERA HOUSE BUILDING .,: 3
Secretary: of State._ zaniUe to master.
- ------ --- --- -- -- ---- --- Beatrice, Ital Shin, :Marchen, Savona to .
4 cent. three months In
master. interest at per every our Saving
Department "
Real Estate Transfers. TJiyra Dan bkt ;JUsmunaen. 260 Bar "
badoes to order.

Brick Lime Portland Cement I Estate foHowlas.ls transactions a complete"forheiaplst: list of the Thomas H.ore. W. B.: BARTON. i.:

,as furnished Co.: : by the Measured by tlie popularity and market Attorney At Law. :- --iur. .I .. j'-ii i( J j-i 4 4s
I wben
j DEEDS. value of his poems they were
Always a full supply kept ready for quick delivery Iaura to Lee Dantet-Lot t slid written Thomas! Moore has no rival Offices-tlsher Bunding. Palafox street :
north of lot 4. block 81. West King Will practice la all the state and United
Contractors will find it decidedly to their advantageto -$50.00 and other valuable eonstd-_ among the poets of Ireland. While en- States Courts. Twenty.three yean' ex I TheNewYcarls : : I
nl.: gaged at his Irish melodies. In which he perience. I ;
submit estimate! for our prices on all Building. Material was at his best':for they called forth '- -a...
including I Water ..Curefor Constipation. the powers In'which he'most excelled- T. G. YATES, M. D., '

Hardware.Mill a pint of hot water ken hall I I ha was paid !500 a year by his pub
before breakfast will usually lishers. Their immense and well_merited Optician. ;

Company the should bowels be regular.avoided.Harsh When ca a- success induced Longman to give 306 Thiesen Building.Twenty Rapidly Approaching I ;

rra 717. 21 East GarjBi. Strssl. ve is needed, take Chamber. :Moore :3.000 guineas-the highest price years' experience as an EytSpecialist.
Stomach and Liver.. Tablets. that bad up to that time been paid for
are mind and gentle in their ac a poem-for "Lalla 'Rookh' the gorgeous OOOOOOOOO. 'which is a reminder of the fact that -- ;

- --, For sale by all druggists. eastern romance which dazzled! 0i \ this would be a good time for you -
and delighted readers of that day. but L. C. PHILLIPS, Ph.

CREW NOTICE. Is. now'rarely read. As a lyric poet Homeopathic. to start a summer's bank account .

JMeitber Consignees the Captain of 'the Ownersnor Earl* Moore was. like Burns one of the best PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.M.j for the children. It's the gateway : J
wood will to responsible for writers we hate ever had.of "words i Office! and Residence, 12 N. P.

Ge't Your Fruits debts Crew of contracted said ,('sse).by' the for music," and. in his cue at least.' Hours. : 9.to 11 a. rn.. 1 to 5 p. TO THE ROAD OF SUCCESS i ;

O. M. FOYN, the words are inseparable from the Phone 65. ,

A. MERRITT.Consignee. Captain. I' music. Goldsmith, a poet of a different. OOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOt Start the account with one or five ; -!
order and with a wholly d erent experience Frederick '''''014. F. M. BlounU
and Fireworks LODGE.communication MO. 13"F..A of A.Ell-M.Koffular : got little popularity and less AUSFIELD & BLOUNT I II dollars. i

.. for his but In"The Trav.eller" "
vaniblLbdgft."" X oc 15. F. & \ money poetry Architects s
:M. will be bfM Thursday even-
and -The Deserted Village" be
x ing. December :27.at 7:20 I 312.314 Brent aId;:. 43 Moses Bldg! j.
o'doi-k. Visiting Brethren fra-' ,, has a better chance,of immortality than Pensacola Fla. Montgomery Ala. FIRSTNATIONAIBANK

From NICK APOSTLE'SFRUIT :U/DA1LET.invited. C. IX- BEYER.W. M. bis compatriot-London TitBits.A ; y

Secretary.Keaa WM. A. BORMANS, .;
.-- Famous Old Baildtnff. OF PENSACOLA. FLA. j
; Architect and Superintendent
STORE, next to I and the Showmasw Evensong was held the other day on Orlce-3a5 Brent Building, .:'it t
I amusing paper In'Chambers'Jour the site of the ancient oratory of SL Phone ,823. Pensacola.. Fla. Dvcfgnxted DcQOtlUry( .r tee United State. ,' +!.

The Gem Book Store. & on John Richardson, the illiterate. Gwithian one of the many Irish saints 1 ,
: < < who descended upon Cornwall in the
successful English showman of the .
I W..M. Knowlos. President 'W. K. Her Jr.. Vice-Prrid tt std Guhler. .
fifth .and sixth centuries. In a waste SECRET SOCIETIES.PENSACOLA ,
century contains this story: Thos. W. Brent. Axs't CUhlef. W. N. Robert. AMt Ca.hkr.
Large and varied stock i was during the earlier and less for- t! of sand near the Godrevy lighthouse DIecton-l"C.Brent W.A.B1oUtlt. W. 1L Kaowlec, W. Ie. Hyer; ,.Tr. t +
part of his pilgrimage that hr which marks the eastern horn of St.}:; LODGE. No. 3.pewacoU IX O. Brent 't
Ins lie what are regarded as the Lodge No. X K. of P
bay, -
Edmund Kean among his meets every Monday evening at 7:38
the .
all of best
remains of the oldest Christian buildIng 1 1J
comprising The old showman was not a lo'cJock At their temporary Castle Hal
proud of this association and used In England. The nave bulges with bretbrea'. stable! .cordially Went J.ntendeDc welcomed.E. GlV1s1tia.g --

the market affords himself some credit,for,having sand to the level of the plain, andi K. UEXNARD. C C. .
things through covered hillock over IL UOKSLER. of R. .& S.
a hand in Kean'a theatrical) educa i a grass THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
'When Macready>8 name, was be-: i the demolished altar protrude a few" .. J DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA. "
Nuts raisins candies dried known in the dramatic world rough stones. During a stormy_ night Naomi Lodge No. 10. Daughters; of PENSACOLA ; .t I
shifted and revealed .I Rebecca meets every Mondzy night at .r
was asked if he had set. i of'lS28-the sand 9 o'clock in L 0. O. F. halL Visiting :
.- the: llhes of a structure about'fortyeight sisters cordially InTited to be present. A. General Banking Business Conducted on a Safe and Conservative
fruits novelties etcWe f twelve feet Wide. I. MRS. J. T. PULL.1AJ1. N. Q. Basis.
: I feet long by ,
| : sferw he saId. "I know noth MRS. HATTia NE'w"ILLE. Sec; ". ,:
about him; in fact he's some vaga- i With a priest's doorway a email window RATHBONE LODGE NO. 30. Correspondence Solicited--R. M. Bushnell. Cashier. '
better as no( one knows one o' them trams' of stow benches and an Ratbbone Lodge No. 30. Sqlfhts pfPytbUs. 1
guarantee to give you as ain't had any eddicatlon I for altar of masonry now gone as the result I meets every Thursday night at
building being forthwith Castle BaIL Member of sister lodge
thing. lie never was with me. as of the and vlsltittx brethren,cordially Invited r-Si B. it'CART J. W. DORR. W. R. QUL"iA.President ,
goods and to undersell all i Kean and them rlglars wasp I used as a cowshed.-.London Globe. to C.attend.-2..LEVEL K J.R.11-,*ROPEK.S. : C. c. :Vic--President Cashier. Assistant-Cashier.

: A CoafvaioB of Names. I M.E. B. A. No. IL meet Stet and
l .t'
The Old Bank Xotes. ,
I tkird >W>dnesaar eventugrs at Trt o. m. .10 oo. SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS 123,000
small fruit known to
t ScottIs now .. ..
stores.Nick's $ | oldest 'bank notes In the world Although Raffurd Hall 2>,o. 10. West Intenlencia< .DIRECTORS- !
the "flying money" orconvenient 1 mean Scotland It once was the"name street. A. O. FELL Prea. 1. J. 11OOTO-f., n. 11.. CAR Y. I. 1. REEVES,
centuries before the J. L. SWEE "ET. Sec 'Vi. A. D-ALEMBERTE, J. S. REESE W. DeC KESSLER.
Two '
first issued in China in 2GOT B. of Ireland. A General Banking Business Transacted and Accounts Solicited Ships' Disburse ;
One writer tells that the ancient birth of Christ Ireland was known to PENSACOLA LODGE NO. e.1>O. O. F. meats aiven S pedal Attention. -
as Juvenca. Caesar called Pensacola Lodge,. No. 4. L O. 0. F..
bank notes were In many re* the Greeks meets every Thursday evening at 7.34
Fruit Store. similar to those of the present II It Qiberoia as did also Ptolemy'in his at the Dew hall Oft Belmont and Kay nreets. .
of that .Island. It is said the << .' Visiting brethren cordially In L President JNO. B. MASSEY Secretary.C4B.Y .
bearing the name of the bank. the map vited. B.- R. \nT )YS "T. .Si. a R. CART
of Issue the number of the note, Phoenicians first gave Ireland the name A.'KERLE. Secretary OO.
signature of the; official who is of Hibernia meaning thereby "utmostor VYi O. W :, 't
i It and its Value''In both figures I last habitation. for beyond that Love Oak Camp "o. 1. W. O. '\"."., Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Steam, y
------ -- .. land westward the Phoenicians never meets in Pythian taU the 1st end 3rd Damertlc' Anthracite and Plaekamlth
.- -- words. On the top of these'curi COA L
*' VTednerdays In each month. Visiting ..
HICKS extended their voyages. Toward the Office: 43 S. Palafox 8t. Telephone .
Florida( notes:was the following philosoph Uvereigns cordially Invtte4.p. 'Yard: Comsr--.T&rra.. and Alabama0 of theRoman empire .the conntry" A. BOomcH. C. C.
Yard C and 972.
: Injunction:, "Produce aU yon -can; Streets phense
,Scotia, LESLIE E. kaooKB. Clerk.
DINE began to be culled a name
'.With economy. !notewas, :
LAND the"monastic writeri"txntil .
COMPANY'CU In blue ink on made retained by JeppiLofl No. k 1.0.0.-F.
ES paper the eleventh century wben the name Joppa Lodge No. 6, .L O. O. F.. meets
the fiber of the:: tnUlberrr'tree.. every Tvesda evening at'7;.zo o'clock at
Utnutacturere of ALL ,of these .notes bearing the date Scotia having passed to modern Scotland Raitord-Hall, Corner BarAI.and Belmont
and Dealers la the ancient name of Hibernl began SU. Visiting brethren cordially Invited.C. Subscribe for the Journal y
AB< Neryonsnase B. C. is still preferred In the&- : ..L. SMITH...W. O.Ci. {
LUMBER used. i
SAWED CYPRESS SHIN-I ?tWht lie. .Hint*** museum at St. Petersburg. to be again L,,"WTLKINS 5ecna.7.

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BIG EARNINC ;. ROY4iV AND ment. of Lion and Mouse

Fighting; Chance, Sir Nigel,

Lady Baltimore, Jane Cable

: For Coldxieather Official Report Shows Average V PLaY.It: V a V VV MCDAYIDV D -V and.. Virginian.-

Yearly Pay Nearly, : : i ': ', '.- Nothing but Books,

$700-OnlyTwoln-- \ : \ ... but all kinds of Books.
Made Inves-
> .1' : .\. Sheriff Van_
.V .' .
dustries '1i
Pay -
: ore.1. !' Troubleat

.,' : >f* V .T.HOWLAND,
: Keep the ;' body warmly 1 1 Special to The Journal. I ,'t. b V V V V ., Those Manager De Luna Book Store

I New York, Dec 26.-only two cases 1' tlHC : '. ,Ds Luna St. Phone 1491.

clad and you:avoid ,sickness i of labor in Pennsylvania are as' highly i ; Sheriff .Jas. C. Van Pelt, who, ancourpanied -

paid as the mine workers This ty Deputy Sheriff Brew- =
and doctor bills. ,We have,:_ ', fact is shown in the report of VI the, morning -

'go'od suits for $1.00'and(on i State ,Secretary of ,International Af- POWDER I. ., ton,:to left make Pensacola- a thorough yesterday inTeetlgatlrja Coal and Wood

{ : i i fairs, giving the result of an Investii -I into the trouble that occurred; at

; i gation of the early earnings of all, the -
V sub
.to $5.00. night and
r up I principal classes of labor.It appears V Absolutely Pure V Century Christmas McDavid, where It Is al We deliver Ice. Coal Charcoal ant .
sequently Wood In the
from this report that it is more probable followed officials in anywhere city. We CM
\ 'work In coal mines : leged a crowd supply you In any quantity and out
to anthracite
I HAS MO SUBSTITUTEA V charge of a'negro prisoner returnedto service Is always promptSteam
than in mills or factories, not only because the city last' TiighL He did not and Domestic Coat.
of the higher pay: received but make additional arrests as a result -
Cream ofTartar" Wood Cut Any Size.
on account of the lower rents paid by Powder of his trip.

miners. : free from alum or phos- Three young men, all residents'of E. G. SEWALL
Last year the hard coal miners received phatic acid Century are In jail here. to They commit ,
charged with conspiracy Phones 614363. 26 N. Tarragona ,
on an average $690.34 each. $t
murder, and were arrested at McDa-
The average' annual w s'.of the 'midnight and, brought to
vId about
skilled and unskilled employes of 84 the city yesterday' morning by Deputy SCARRITT MORENO.

manufacturing industries, representing V Brewton. SAFES OF AUU DESCRIPTIONS.
HIGHER SALARIES occurred early Agent for DI bold Safe and Lock Co-
Specialists in Men's and Boys' Wear 710 establishments, were tabulated .AND The alleged :trouble' Canton. Ohio
Christmas night. A negro, who had j Office.and Salesroom E. Gov. St
; In only two of them. the tool
citizens .
drank freely, abused ,
Phone 225 205-207 S. PALAFOX steel and steel industries, did!
; pump the streets
of the town upon
: the wages of the employes exceed LARGER NUMBER OF MEMPLOT until some of them. became enraged. KNOWLES BROS.InSurance. .
those of the anthracite miners although -I Boutwell and Judge Mitchell,
they are popularly'supposed to Deputy .

; ............. ...... ......... ... .. .. I I I be In underpaid.82 out of the 84 industries V cited- I the who negro had been and after notified.a hard finally fight found overpowered FIRE, ,LIFE, V ACCIDENT' MARINE
i. .i Recommended for the Coast stated General Agents of
: and tied him- It Is
the earning ofthe workers GERMAN P[ .
S average
fell considerably below those of the1 TOSEIZEISLAN& that they then heard of threats among The Equitable
the New Year
General W.
\. i Begin Right anthracite miners, and 42 pay their Artillery by some of, the young men, and the liFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF NEW
1\ I.(employes at least $200 less a year deputy determining to use every precaution YORK.
Buy tho Wife a Present (than the coal companies pay the'mIn- P.Duvall.V secured a conveyance and, accompanied 209 South PaUfor Street.
i ers. & 'by Mr. Abbot also a res-

t' ; that, she would appreciate more than anyi The Department of Internal Affairs ident, started for' McDavid. where -
also learned the average annual rent IN HIS ANNUAL REPORT TO THE Deputy Brewton resides, and where
f thing else that could be given her. It is 2AGASCOOKINGRANGE paid by the employes of manufactur there Is also a small JaiL Opera House

j. ing Industries in the state., The statistics WAR DEPARTMENT THE COMMANDER Deputy .Brewton was unaware ot

: i show that from his larger in Scheme Was to :Raise a Rebellion OF THE DEPARTMENTOF any trouble at Century until he was I. S ,Opera House
come the miner does not -pay out os s V II notified by his son; who Is telegraph

: It will lessen her .\\prk every: day )in the ,year, and : much in rent as the manufacturing on Fernando Po, THE GULF CALLS ATTEN- operator at McDavid. ,The latter,the I I THURSDAY, DEC. 27th
employe. The rent paid by received an
average I sheriff statedlast. night
) : save you money in fuel. $12 and $13 installed. Merry : anthracite miners last year was $7$. Germany to Interfere. TION TO THE: NEEDS.V unsigned telegram from- Century, ad-t I The Musical ORIGINAL Cocktail PRODUCTION with a Menu .f
Christmas. Of 73 industries investigated the dressed to 'a party at McDavid, In
Music Direct From 26 Weeks'
i workers in three of them Special to The Journal. I I a
_ I only paid which the latter was asked to meet Run In Chicago.
less. Those employed In the other 70 Berlin, December 6.-An amazing the sender at the bridge. The opera-
paid from $90 to $204 a year. Most of,I story of a plot for the seizure by.' Higher salaries and a larger number tor refused to receive the message':

i Pensacola Gas Company : them paid as much as $140. : Germany the Island of Fernando Po 'of men are among the recommendations from the other end of the line but
The ChefWith
The difference in the rent paid by: is published here. I of General W. P. Duvall commander permission from Pensacola Royal

i Phone 148. 24'and 27 E. Garden.Street. | the miner and that paid by the manufacturing The plot is said to:hare been revealed of the, ,department, of the closed securing up the office and went In
Herr a prominent
employe Is explained by the by Erzberger '
....,.............................................. fact that the latter usually lives In a. deputy at.a recent confidential gnlf, which he has made to the .war search. of his occurred father, whom be notifiedof the Following Cast, Including

city. The miner generally speaking I!meeting of the Budget Committee 1 ofi department his annual report.In V what had Brewton Immediately start Harry Hermsen. Oscar Ragland. WalterB.

lives where good houses can he had the Reichstag I the report the general states Deputy Smith, Osborne Clemson oertrudo
for less and the smaller rent I Herr .Erzberger V Dr. ed out to meet the incoming deputy
DROP IN money J According'
Hutcheson. Elsie Frazee, LaBdle Lau-
that owing to the team the ,
and meeting negro
does not Indicate inferior accommodations. -Semler, a prominent liberal deputy I upon' Stanley Fetch, and the famous
approached a German: colonial adventurer coast artillery troops maintainedit who was strapped In'the wagon, was rettej .
ii' AND SEE INSURANCE CO. named Gorse In,1904 and made is Impossible at the present timeto removed to a. store and some of the BROILERS.
UNRULY NEGRO ARRESTED this extraordinary proposition. Gome 1 citizens of McDavid who had' volunteered .
V half the defenses along
OUR LINE OF AND BROUGHT Tf> THE .CITY was to settle.in Fernando Po and starta to assist the officers, stood 6O-PEOPLE-60
CONCERN WITH TWO HUNDRED nek'ro farm or any commercial enterprise 'gulf coast As to advances in salaryhe guard over them, while others accompanied 80-SONG HITS-SO
!; Chas. Hutchinson who has recommends thai" there'-be a raise officers afterwards.
the shortly
THOUSAND DOLLARS CAPITAL resided at Century for number of that he liked. The Deutsche A perfect production presented in l>er-
SOUVENIRPOST which is in close touch*with the German for all officers both commissioned! when they heard four conveyancescross fection. -
was brought to the last
years city ,
I IS.ORGANIZED. to lend him McDavid.At
government :was) thebridge near -
night from that place by Sheriff Van and non-commissioned. He asks that
$50,000 for the the station Deputy Brewton met
Marianna The Jack I Pelt. It is charged thay yesterday afternoon After ,settling purpose, in Fernando Po he ungarrisoned- sub-posts be established several young men, who seemed to be
A dispatch'to .
Hutchinson drew revolveron
sonville Industrial Record :' a was first to invoke dispute with,the along the coast, and condemns the searching the station house, and after -I Remarkable Case
says white of
CARDS i a young man Century, and I
While this part of the state' has not he has been locked up on two chargeS: Spanish authorities and then to .organize custom of allowing the troops to attend they walked out he told them they

come into general notice &3 much as Justice of the Peace Mitchell, who a rebellion for the purpose: state fairs. were under arrest A moment after-

I the eastern and southern in the mat was near at the time, arrested the of obtaining possession would the be Island. I The gives the number of wards those who had accompanied the of HypnotismVast
consul who report V
A German appointed -
just the turned melr vehicl -
They are men
ter of rapid development > immediately after men required to properly man the and made back towards Cen
industry and stability of general business sheriff who had gone Century to '
thing to send absent conditions it has more than make an investigation of the trouble al would, intervene and Would the be supportof forth guns at the various fortifications and tury.The crowds awed by stupendous -
its share reputation for enter- the night previous. government to protect the harbors properly. This three young men arrestedwere
V won coming. I' shows the number required and the brought V to the city, but had array pI extra-
friends at this and successful .business men. the'Budget
season prising member of
V Dr Semler who is a number now, stationed at the places nothing say as to who accompaniedthem. ordinaryHABERDASHERY..
Towns have sprung'up, wheels hum, Committee has admitted that V
.. named, and is as follows: .
farms have' been opened, and schools V he conducted.negotiations with Gorne
The readers of this will be Number Required. The sheriff stated upon his return
that paper .
and churches abound in places that he could not
in 1904 but declared
pleased to learn that there is at least one Officers Men that the steps taken by Deputy Brew-
were a few'years ago wilderness of dreaded disease that science has been remember any of the details of the
..... .
28 729
Wilmington ton under the circumstances -
aU its were very proper
able In
to and thtis in
cure stages show
Gem Book Store timber. V Large. mercantile concerns Catarrh. Halls Catarrh Cure is the conversation. Charleston .. ...........47 1,183 and that the citizens of Displayed window
national banks, railroads and manu- only positive cure now known to the madk'al Port Royal .. ...........20 277 McDavid rendered him much assist opposite the postoffice.STONE .
factories have come into the territory,I fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional WEDDING .. ..._ V -
disease', requires a ('Cnstitutmnattreatment. PRETTY Savannah .. .. .. 19 67 ance.
C. R. Johnson P and are here 'for "the long term. Hall Catarrh Cure is taken Key West .. ............40 1,000
op.f Country banks west of the Chattahoo- Internally acting directly upon the blood AT COTTOND1LE. Tampa Bay. .. .......37 740
chee now hold a million in deposits and mucous surfaces of the system;thereby Colon of the Bl.
Phone 230. destroying the foundation of the disease Pensacola .. .. ....;.....42 981 OF APPEARANCES.
where within the recollection of the and giving the patient strength by Mobile ... .. ............37 781 Of the male bluebird'Thoreau said, MOULDER
: .. writer,(who is still.a young man) it building up the constitution and assisting Cottondale, Dec.' 26.-One of the V
f New. Orleans. .. .. ...33 706 He carries the sky on his back. To I COME IN AND GET
nature in doing its work. The celebrated i
proprie- ever
was difficult to find a' thousand dollars most brilliant weddings
Just Received. tors have so much faith in its curative Cottondalewas V Number Now in Service. t this John Burroughs. added "and the''
in actual cash.in man's hands in the little town HYPNOTIZED.
power that they offer One Hundred Dollars -
: Officers Men earth on his breast. The bird's back, i
Imported ilaca'-onl. Sweet Oil, Cheeses, Wood, of : I
and often in a whole town or village. for any case that it falls to cure. that" of Mr. Ernest Lee '
r Ul Plrkles Sauer Kraut. Mackerel Cod Send for list of testimonials. Kate Pauline Mas- Wilmington.. .. ... .. ..10 281 wings and tall chin and throat are a
(. Fish Fig Feet. Spanish Onions. Pilot. Marianna is'one of the best towns in Address F.' J. CHENEY IT CO, Toledo.. Atlanta,md Sliss of Mr. and Charleston. .. .. ......13 279 vivid blue, while his breast and flanks I .RUNVAN'S ROLLERS...
Bread. French Navy Bread. Iverythlng: .1 the state, and rts county, Jackson, is O Sold br all druggists ?5c. sey youngest. daughter Port Royal .... .. ...... 2 92 ..
Irofli and new. V V fcrhich:occurred are a chestnut brown and his abdomena
one of the largest and most popular.The Take Hairs Family Pills for constipa- Mrs. James L. Jlassey, DAILY TOWEL SUPPLY.
Witch Hazel. $1.00 gallon. Savannah.. .. .. .. ....11 290 I
per church :the morningof dirty white. The female Is much A CLEAN TOWEL EVERY DAY
latest in the west, at the Baptist: jdn! very
organization \
J' Marine Grocery Company. December 19,at 10.50 Key West.* .. .. _.......ID .300 I $1.00 PER MONTH.
of general interest is the Florida Wednesday duller in coloring' often having a red :I Phone 848-2 rings. M. G. RUNYAN.
Tampa Bay.. .. .. .. 6 :30
V. J. VIDAL. Manaoe- J. W.'hite of Campo! .o.
HomeInsurance Company, now organized o'clock. Rev. dish tone that, extends from the middle Pensacola. Florida.
Pensacola..' .. .. -.. ....17 511 I
t : V at Marianna. Its capital is tion.NATIONAL bellton, officiating of the back 'ov!r the shoulder. The
} ; beautifuly decorated :Mobile. ,u u u .. 6 181 I
The church I
I It $200,000, aid$ surplus account $20,000 was Seminole Indians that the male
I New Orleans. .. .. .. .. 6 226 say
I I with southern'smilax potted IN BUYING YOUR
, all of which is to be paid in cash. green From the above 'tabulated statement I bluebird once flew; 'so high that his
t Over half of the stock has already palms- The bridal and cut party flowers entered the churchto it will be seen that'at present I back rubbed against the sky, which I I
been subscribed by local people, and
Pensacola Imparted to him its tint.
the soft strains of .Mendelssohn'sWedding has the Jargest number of( own azure
the rest is being taken up by people March, played.by Miss: .Annie officers and men of any of the gulf Returning to earth, his wife admired Holiday Giftsdon't
I having. idle money throughout the Cook of Chipley. V ports, there being over five hundred his new coat that ,she determined to ';
state. Florida has life companies '
u j' COLORED First along either aisle, singly came stationed at the local forts. bare a like one for herself and the next ;
NEWYEAR'S but not a fire company is organized "
under' her laws an4 by her own people the ushers, Mr. A. C. Thomas and morning flew away to get it, but theday l f
Mr. W. B. Culbreth passing; up the proving somewhat cloudy the color j I i
This. do
expects to : i
It company be
arch at the 'e& : forget can accommodated -
aisle and through an you
business throughout the states of Florida given to her dress was not so brilliant -
Georgia, North Carolina, Alabama trance where they stood during V the V ,OurSplendid as was that received by her mate. I with the choicest -

i It and Mississippi, but will not try ceremony Then came* the cushion bearers, little I I of useful articles for the

to do all the business, as many new LIGHTS r Ruth Thomas and Margurite Chris-:. The World .. It I*. j i'Men Youth and at
concerns in every line try at the be- tian, cousins of the bride, rearing A world without mistakes and without I Boys,
I unlng.. S I, dainty little frocks of! White Albatros suffering would be a world without !!.'prices that make buying a

I All of its, .officers, and a majority of V,1..with trimmings of white ribbon, coming Stock real men and women, without literature pleasure.

It GIFTS the board of directors, have practical When YOu are .doing' t up the aisle singly canjins! white ;. : without music, without paintingor
knowledge of the fire insurance busi f satteen cushions, one bavins: "Wood."1 sculpture and without love and : Men's and Youth's Suits in

ness. In a prospectus just issued it your shopping, and.1ooking the other "Massey" embroidered with of even without history .for history Is a
states that the "expects to H': i Black, Blue an-1 Fancy,
company for good things and blue silk in handsome. letters They" record of struggles toward better and
HERE make money by limiting its lines, passed through the are.ips: in which higher things. Without obstacles to''j from $7.50 to $30.
I scatterjng its risks, and going It ten- good goods, su h.as. a large white "M" and ".W"' was, -suspended *
derfooted In. congested city districts." Fruit Cake, Pound Cake and placed the cushions under Seasonable overcome and, errors_ to correct me*. Boys Suits, ages 3 to 17, all
and women would lapse to level
The well known a will
following businessmen V
a large arch where the bride and styles from $1.50
compose the board of directors, : Marshmallow L ay; e r I groom knelt during the, 'c rpmony. beasts in mentality. Intellectual and ,

:M. L. Delte, president First National Cake and the genuine I Next came the groom and his best Gd. spiritual development would cease and i j to $8.50.

Bank Marianna; John H. Carter, man Mr. Rodriok M. Ho1IHaruo.: .the souls not refined by the fire of ordeals Men's Hats from the 50c
-i Everything for men president ,First National Bank of German Cakes, "Leb- rieht 'ai;le. while the b 'fdE>. Jn a.travelin would die of something akin to fatty I

Quincy: Bs N. Dekle.. president First kuchen," we are the ? suit of Iqf>Y. ir1x d Panama. w1t.' i is.,not depleted by the great I degeneration.The race would perishof 1 Crusher to the $5 Knox.

and then the quality is I National Bank of Chipley; W. II. Mil, I headquarters.Lopk hat to match caIN in fr"m thp; lft ,holiday rush. New stuff ar ennui or Inanity. After ill its a I[' Full line of Stetson and No
ton, president First National Bans: with her sister and rnpid of hono" pretty fair.sort of world,as it stands tf'
f there, always at a saving of DeFuniak; Judge B. S. LIddon, for the V lights Miss Su i" hlCSoy. who WI\rp. a .u tt. 1iviiigaIIthe time. See them. Louisville ourier.J uraL, !I V Name at S2.50 and $3.50.

I ex- hief justice of Florida; WilliamB. of STPV and !*T en 'h"d silk. and mt 'Link:Buttons Ties Suspenders t j Snow Pat
in King Quality or
price. will t
F they guide to
Fancy secretary Marianna Boardof you the room un Trades and Hon. Moses Guyton,, the OLD RELIABLE, the happy couple were made man. and 1' ,Socks, etc. A few very i, 4 Caito* Clock. ent or Vici is'a nice presentto

It V The following prominent banks have wife. fine bath! :robes left. Just thet1jinforbelated The famous clepsydra or watch clock I make, and only from $3.50to
I consented to receive subscriptions to During n" Imn.-.f" -n.v. t"1 of Canton (beused la a temple on the
.. .. .. .. Xmas gifts $6.
the stock First ..n.u. :
i National Bank ot sweet -ln* of qnlyed city walls. Three big earthen jars on
: Marianna American National Bank of West Florida Steam CU\f't1v pnol .,t.....t1.. hoa414'tInhi i successive shelves
an4 fourth and
i Pensacctla,' Florida aUonal Bapk of th.... organ peal-d- ...,.." rff01trlt sad lowest 'one"vrita 'a wooden a cover It costs you nothing to
Jacksonville.. Bakery. I Flowers". as the precession pass d stitute the whole clepsydra. The [I[look. Courteous treatment
jl}E : H. 0. ANSON Cure,for Sore Nipples. t out Mr. and Mrs. Wood a drov_ *,. iDmo-j I,White G Nix descend* by; 'slaw.:drops from one f land Good Values a Specialn

As soon t> the child is done nursing diately after tte ceremony to the de-, jar to another, \tbe.,brass scale, oo a
Xo. 8 S. l
;i CASH CLOTHIB apply Chamberlain's Salve Wipe it Palafox street,- pot and amid showers of rice and: congratulations !II f float la tbe !test. jar telling the hour '
; .,. I off with a soft cloth before allowing where can furit boarded tbe train for At-!I; OUTFITTERS as It rises. Every afternoon at 5'clock
. :
you -
.t :
the child to nurse. Many trained Isnta : 2' elace 1321 Jose COLEMAN
Corner Palafolild Kali. ttelr future'hom They "ere A. Dvtbe lowest Jar
,: a nurses use this with the best results. chase, the s me. the recipients cf I many handsome I. YcnrXcutys WorttAr roar Mosey Back.Pboae : I*,>ias been emptied,the Jopper one filled ,

L'I all Price druggists.23 cents-per. box. For sale by other presents household of china articles.--silver--6. cut glass- and i I! .791' 29 S. Pal&fox St and ether the.doektbuswOiind! -. up for an Phone 277 212 S. Palafbx Si

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