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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 30, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
daily
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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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Unemployed Now Face Famine Season. Will Open April 10 ..' '' : 0t3t'; : tJ": :' ':' Held Many Positions %oft( J "

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Amid Reign.of .. :, .. _.. Trust Including That of. : .j
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Terror. 140, Games.:' Years of Age. : : ; Acting Mayor. :j; d 1
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v NOT STOP fOR' I. : i 7' :;f, CAME TO PENSACOLA IN 1iil ,1 i

MANY MURDERS OCCUR AND CON- OFFICERS ARE ELECTED: AND CLAIMS SHE IS FRO'' QUINCY, < +' _" ;

FROM ERMERSHAUSEN BAVA 'J
FLICTS BETWEEN UNEMPLOYED MEETING ORDERED FOR END OF FLORIDA, AND 'THAT SHE RAN ; |

AND MILL WORKERS ARE GEN- FUNERAL l lOld FEBRUARY TO, ,ADOPT SCHEDULE I.AWAY FROM HOME WITH OLDER i .:: < .? RIA, AND HAS BEEN A RESU' .d.. ;
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Custom Will Not Be B> Associated Press. I Special to The Journal FUNERAL MONDAY AFTER. \ ,
Birmingham. Ala.. ..Dec. 29.-At the Mobile\ Ala., Dec.- 429.-W. H. -:: ',;
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Associated Press. Followed in PresidentCassatt's annual meeting. the'Southern base I Bickens, claiming to be newspaper ...., '. '. ;' '-: NOON. i i
Lodz. Poland, Dec. 29-In view of ball league today the salary limit I I man of Nashville, was today arrested '- ,;. i
the recent disorder as the result of was maintained at $200.The maxi-I,charged with procuring, girls under :
action of the socialists, causing the Case.By mum of: players will ,be fourteen';age for immoral purposes. His arrest John M. Pfeiffer, one of the pioneer .- -
death of six and the wounding ofiw.'te thirty days after the is the result of a letter addressedto ': .
I opening of the German citizens of the city, a successful 3 :
yesterday, the proprietors of 'season.; The 'rule was enacted that Chief of Police Rondeau by R. C. > '
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Associated Press.Philadelphia Stearns, of Quincy, Fla. who requested :''...; man. .and one who held many :i ,>
thi seven largest mills, employing a Dec 29.-The funeralof before a player' may be farmed all : "t
I the police to search m the restricted ) \ positions of public trust expired yes -4
hundred thousand people, today announced President A. J. Cassatt, of the other members must be notified and "- .-' '' '., .
district for his fourteen year-old :.' ....;"o.,,< at 10 o'clock after and* :
that they would close then Pennsylvania railroad, will be held all must waive claim or any member ,. S. terday a long 1
'ills to-night:: on account of the con- from the residence Monday at two p. may exercise first claim on the pay daughtei, Nellie. She was located in 4 rt honorable career. His Illness datedback .. 1 1.
'iniied terrorism of the socialists. ment of a house operated by Lillie Carbon, I ; :
$100PresidentKavanaugh
m. The interment will be at Bryn J t.
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ago. ;
The announcement caused great ex- Mawr. The custom of stopping trains and will be held as a'vritness;: against:: ; : : ht, :4r, '. year t6
,.uement throughout the district was re-elected Birkeus and then returned to her .7' ,: eA4e o, and although at times he seemed to .
on during the hour of the funeral will Lowery Arnold, of Atlanta, was'.elect .
.,count: of the apprehension that; not be followed; to the contrary or- ed vice president; R. H. Baugh of.,father r'. ." gain in strength and health, it was _
when the great army of unemployed Jders have been issued that under no Birmingham, was elector director in' Nellie: says that she left home with ;. .'' > only temporary and during the past s .
face hunger, rioting will begin. One I her sister Lola a woman of twenty- ; .', :: ... :
t circumstances must traffic be baited place of J. L. Palmer of NashvilK _- ,,' '". few months he had been slowly sink. ;
mill owner said his reason for closingthe ''on the day of the funeral: Th'e'el1 The, schedule will two years, and that they met Bickens t
mills was because the socialists ; be adopted at thespnng oft the train en route to Pens& la. o ing, the end coming yesterday morning -
Eral offices
and all of the locomotives :
,ontrclled the entire city and are mUf- I'leaving meeting in Atlanta about the who was accompanied by another : while he was surrounded by family :i
the city i
to-day are draped In end of February.
f ring all who do not accede to their mourning Hundreds of friends have The season will woman claiming to be his wife. They : : ; .J <; j and friends. His death removes
begin'April 10, and
mands The socialists, it was: 1 called at the Cassatt home and left the schedule will include hundredand arrived here last Wednesday and : : ; from the city one of its most substan* 2 3
arned i according to latest reports cards. forty one Bickrns took her to the Carson _'I: : ,.. ,, 'tial citizens. He had reacned the age rJ.
have murdered a score counting the I games. w<,mans house and her, sister to an : of 61 years, 10 months,and five days, f J t
nnrders outside of the city and now other.It I A Native of Bavaria. rz
threaten the of the revolverTO is alleged that BiSkeas received
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compel citizens point to feed and lodge' money from the proprietors of both I Born in Ennerehausen, Bavaria -J
IM.J. i I n.R. : houses for the, girls. The February 24, 1815 Mr Pfeiffer came -
the unemployed socialists. C.C.B. FOR COU'S S SAKE procuring .., .. .
Manager Scheiblers of the cotton younger girl says her father, who she I .-, to Pensacola in the fall of 1S67 and
became identified with
mills, and the foreman and the engineer claims is wealthy, would not give tier soon every ,
of another mill were murdered what she desired and that she w?S' interest of the city. He engaged in j
during last night by socialists and forced to steal things from his store, lL business and was one of the first to
the engineers and other employes of SENSATION SEND ME HELP and that she would never live with 1 1 < _; engage in the wholesale business
the other mills fearing the same fate, him again. which he actively conducted up to a
refuse to continue work under exist- -- -- a. year since when ill health forced him
to leave the supervision of the business
ing conditions. Many skilled work JOHN M. PFEIFFER. I
men are leaving Lodz to his son .
All the factories have been closed DIG r[ R'f I Surviving him are his wife, one son. -- ..
indefinitely and the workmen are Former Auditor Says He This Message Comes From Ernest F. Pfeiffer, who was a partnerin

dispersing quietly. The authorities Im.STiN'GlJIStlfD ARMY : the firm one daughter, Miss Eva
ar<> concentrating a large number of Was Ordered"to Make the Telegraph Operator, M. Pfeiffer, and five grandchildren :
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.u \nal forces.CHURCH f ail l residents of this city, while in his -r

--- Fraudulent Entries.By .. Whom Negroes f FUFISTUGKSYEAR.fl I old home In Bavaria he leaves one .
OffiCER{ PASSES AWAY sister and three brothers. In addition

AND STATESEPARATION Attack. he leaves many relatives, being I

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Associated Press. I families of the city, and his
Mobile Ala.. Dec. 29.-T. L. Chad-
burne, Jr., attorney representing By Associated Press. Twenty Million More Shares General Marcus P. Miller j death will be deeply regretted not
receivers of the Mobile Jackson and Spartanburg. S. C.. Dec. '29.-'I am I TILLMAN ONDISCHARGE only by his family and relatives, but

I II Kansas City Railroad in 'affidavits penned in the blockhouse and surrounded Sold This Year Than Died at Fort Barrancas throughout the city.
I filed today alleges that the old man- by a mob of negtoes who I Many Positions of Trust.

BILL, PASSES AFTER FUTILE EFFORTS agement charged for extra servicesand threaten my life. They are beating I During 1905. Yesterday Afternoon. I During his residence in Pensacola ',
I admitted liability by contract to down the door. For God's sake.send Mr Pfeiffer held many positions of. ,
AT AMENDMENT IN
the security company -on fraudulent help. This message was flashed I [ honor and trust. Among these WM I
FRENCH SENATEPRESIDENTWILL claims. E. R.. Stewart, former audi- here from Operator Porter in the I that of acting mayor of the city during
tor, makes affidavits that he was ordered block station at Mount Zion' on the By Associated Press.New Served in Many Indian Campaigns the Chipley administration. For.
SIGN IT. to make fraudulent entries to main line of the Southern Railway :! York, Dec. 29.-Statistics of the past twenty years he has been I

show earnings instead of a deficit. six miles away. The cause of the I the New York Stock Exchange show Civil War and trustee, elder and treasurer of the
trouble is not known. Sheriff' Nichols twenty-million more shares of stock ORDER German-Lutheran church in which he j 1
bought and ,sold this than in
By Associated Press. was notified and he at once 'raised -1 1905 The trading in year government Philippines.HAD took an active interest, while from :
Paris Dec 29-After every effortto a'posse ;and proceeded to the its organization until it was merged
also but railroad
larger
bonds was ttate.
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amend the Briund bill of the STEAMER SUN 15 scene by special train. j jPENSACOLA and unlisted bonds show a decrease Into the pay department he wa treasurer l t
church and state s/paratlon law had BEEN RETIRED FRPM AC- of the Germania Steam Fire 1
failed in the senate today the measure Says Roosevelt Had No Au- Company. He served from the time
TIVE SERVICE ON ACCOUNT OF
lassed, as presented from the chamber ANDiMOBILE of its organization as a director In
of deputies. The bill only re- AGE. the American National Bank, and was
HIS AND WAS. RESIDING thority to Discharge Ne-
quires the signature of President Fal J IN'DR .' I one of the city bond trustees and assisted
lleres, which is assured.CREV NOW ilNflAMATOA WITH HIS SON, CAPTAIN LAW in the work devolving upon s
gro Troops.IN that board when arrangements were
RENCE P. MILLER, AT BARRAN- being made for the recent band is

OF BRITISH TO I CAS. A SPEECH AT BIRMINGHAM sue.declined Owing to to allow his declining his name'healthhe to be .

DOCKShe PUBLICATION placed before the, council when his l t
General Marcus P. Miller, a distinguished
SENATOR SAYS HE WOULD
DISREGARD -
S. S. DRUMMINGARRESTED army officer":, died yesterday time expired:
Afternoon. .
afternoon at: a 30 oVlorJc at Fort Bar LAW TO LEAD LYNCH- Funeral Monday fl--
rancas after. a lingering illness of The funeral services will be con.I I
PLAY ING IN CERTAIN CASES. ducted Monday afternoon at the Ger
heart disease. Hi had reacted the i
IN MEXICO ON REQUEST Was Floated Yesterdayat Advocates Assassination of !f jaee: :f 71 years and had been active man-Lutheran church at 3 o'clock. I i ,(
By Associated Press Rhinehart officiating, ;
IIn Rev. J. F. W. ,
campalgns during his long
CONSULMCN and Will Be many Birmingham, Ala, Dec. Z'-"Roose- interment will be in the family It
OF BRITISH Mobile Both President Rooseveltand herit'e in the artillery branch .f the and the 1
velt knows nothing about the
negro in St. 3ticbaerscemetery.
burying ground l
arm>'. After reaching the rank ot and time he touches him he
CLAIMED MISTREATMENTBY Football Here on New Year every The cortege will move f-
Here This Week. Mikado.San
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the brigadier general he 'was retired, owing males a mess of it. He had no baseness residence on East J
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MASTER.By to his age, and t>tme:: that time from the family
discharging the negro; troopsat at 2:30 o'clock,
street
When Picked Teams Government 'J'
has been making his home with his Brownsville before making
a care- to the church and the .
The freight and passenger steamer Francisco, Dec. 29.-Secret son. Captain Lawrence P. Miller of ful Investigation. I doubt very much i Tollowing proceeding" ; citizens will act as pallbearers i ii
Associated Press Sun, which sunk in Mobile harbor Will Meet at Beach. ;:service agents' learned to-day of the the Twentj-second Company of whether or not he is vested with, the i : F. C. Brent, C. W. Lamar :9
Mazatlan. Mexico Dec. 29.-Thirteen about two weeks since :vras floated 'publication of an inflammatory paperin Coast Artillery., authority to take each matters In his Ji Simpson Reese. L. Hilton Green ,
of the crew of the intish steamship -' yesterday afternoon and is now in dry a suburb called "The Revolution," He is survived by a wife who is own bands! anyway," was the commentof Oscar E. Maura and J. Geo. White. J
Drumming in port here were dock at that place undergoing repairs What will be the last game of fOOtball which advocates assassination of the the daughter' of General Huskies, deceased Senator Benjamin R. Tillman of
arrested today at the request of_the I I and as soon as this work is completed -o* tip season has been arrangedfor Mikado, President Roosevelt, and of the First ,Artillery, who South Carolina, woo spoke here to|b. HILL SAYS HE r
British consuL The men maintained the vessel will proceed to Pen-. New Year between picked teams others in authority, in plain language.The .I served In the Seminole campaign in night. Senator Tillman! talked prin- J.
that they were mistreated and given sacola to commence her runs between from Mobile and Pensacola. The game paper is printed in both languagesand Florida in ISIfr; two sons, Captain. j cipally on the negro question and said 1; CANNOT RETIRE I!
Improper food: and that if they were 1 I this city and Milton II will be for the benefit of the Pensa- copies were mailed to membersof Lawrence P. Miser; of the Twenty-I'he would disregard any law to lead ,
compelled to reship they would kill The information that the vessel bad cola Carnival Association, and the board of education la this city. second ArtlUer.Captain' Marcus P.i the lynching of a man. white or black, By Associated Press.
the captain and mate on the, high: been raised was' brought here yesterday promises to be the interesting event Miler: U. S. navy;,three daughters, i who rarlsbed'a woman. SL Paul, Minn, Dec. 29.In a state j- '
feas I afternoon by' Captain Jimjnie j lof the seaaoa In football circles. :Mrs. Ruggtefi, wife of Captain Rag I meat today James J. Hill denies that t j
Rouse, who purchased the steamerin i The players of the local team will j:es of the Ordnance Corps; Mrs. DEATH LIST FROM *. it Is his intention to retire from the i t 1
Memphis some weeks since and''be picked from Barrancas and Pensa- CARUSO'S FINE Barrow, wife of Captain Barrow of WRECK NOW, REACHES 23 presidency of the Great Northern rait J f
NORTH CAROLINA was on the voyage to Pensacola when cola players and the team promises to the Artillery Corps, and Miss Ruby road, January 1 as reported. He said i j '
ELECTION CONTESTBy the accident occurred. He stated I be one of,the strongest seen on the 1 Miller. -, By Associated Press. he would like to do so, but can nat last night shortly after his arrival that'local field this season. The playersi Native of Mic&issippi. Dundee Scotland Dec 23.-Three see his tray clear i
Press the vessel struck a sunken piling will average about 160 pounds, and General :MIllerVa. a.native of Mtesissiapi persons who were injured in yester- 1
Associated
Ua>nmgton, Dec. 29.-Representa- about half a mile from Mobile and the Mobile players will average about t AffIRMED vcsere he was born in 183&. day's railroad wreck: died today making EMPEROR OPENS 4
tire E Spencer Blackburn, of North went to the bottom. The damage is the same weight. He entered the United States Mm a total of twenty-three deaths. DIET
Carolina today announced that he to the hull which can be repaired The contest has just been arranged, tary Academy where he remained JAPANESE *

*"I11M contest the election of RichardlIar1'lt within a few days and Captain Rouse and the local team will begin practicing I until his-graduation in 1S3S, when he ..
h district states that she will arrive In Pensa- team work at once in order to was assigned to the Fourth artillery. when troops were sent there in 1898, By Associated Pre* it
the eighth
; from cola during the latter portion of this be in shape for the By Associated Press. ISbl found hm in the having been appointed to the rankof Tokio Japan, Dee.The emperor *
and notified the latter by letter saying game. I New York, Dec. 29.Recorder Goff The year I opened the diet today and in a F
will return to at general 'of volunteers .
week. He Mobile which he brigadier
thai his affirmed the ten dollar fine imposed army of the omac:1n .
returns give the throne and empbaeix
the
Although today from i
aw i i his return he ; speech;
WILL and in 1S99. after was
once. ; HARRIMAN served throughout thecivil war belfii'St :
n'wmeci\ of over a thousand by the city court upon Enrico increasingly cordial relations ,
a majority the
The Sun, which is a large and fine made brigadier general of the regular t ed
l. he was not lawfully elected. He SHIP GOODS FREE;I Caruso, the opera singer for annoying !>r Tltted as c.a.1or'and later ulleutena.n I with the powers and thegreat dove
boat
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freight and owned and afterwards retired as
charge passenger I the house in +coloneL His service daring army was I
and in monkey national defense. f
gross illegalities bribery I a woman jopment of the
by the Milton Transportation Company he had reached Pie age limit.
frauds. the war was brilliant throuebost; .
in; and the includes the election officers and is to ply between Penaacola I 1 central park.BRUTAL and in 1373 he was ene of the errs I Mach regret will be expressed in I MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE 68 t tI .

charges. Milton and points up the Mack water OFFERS TO TRANSPORT SUPPLIES: MURDEROF who participated in the Modoc Indian I army and navy circles throughout the I DEGREES, MINIMUM 58 DEGREESi
BISHOP river. 1 campaign in North Caaforcia Th.- United Stales when it Is known that
SMITH'SFUNERAL TO CHINESE FAMINE SUFFER. THREE PERSONSBy Nez Perce campaign,In Idaho ini1't General Miller has pasted) away. He The maximum temperature at Pencacola ; .j.

DELAYED BRITISH BOYCOTT ERS AND TELEGRAPHS was another campaign in which hewas I Monday, and the remains will he ,; yesterday was 61 degrees at

LEGAL WEAPONBy PRESIDENT. Associated Press. engaged and so honorable was arrays took an active. interest In the I 2 p. m-, while the minimum was 53 .
XortolkBv.Associated press. Danville Va.. Dec. 29-.Joe Petrello} his service that he was given the army even after his retirementbut I degrees at C I a. m. Last year' on the *, *
a.. Dec. 29-Having missed Maggie Sullivan and her son, Lawrence rank of brevet colonel. The last Indian advanced years prevented him from ; same date the maximum was CO de- t:
connection at Danville the funeral Associated Pale... By Associated Pros. were brutally murdered at a campaign in which he served being active In the eervlce. j glees and the minimum 46 degrees
arty with the body of Bishop A. Calcutta Dec. 29.-. he Indian national Washington Dec 29.-A telegram railway construction camp near was in 1873, when engaged. in the Funeral Montfay.White a The rainfall: for the twenty four ?
Coke Smith arrived several hours congress declared by resolution addressed to the president was re- Hurts, Va. today. Fred Ammoto and Bannock campaign of East Oregon. the hour baa not yet been |I hours ending at 7 a. m. yesterday
late and the funeral was postponed today In consequence of the partition ceived at the White House today from Alhe were arrested for the Served in Philippines. announced the funeral: will occur I morning was .0$ of an inch, and the
until 2:30 tomorrow. Cran of Bengal that the boycott of E.H. Harriman stating that'he would son National total deficiency since the first oS.!
Bishops crime. The killing was the result of Although having reached an ad- placed at rest in the ,cemetery {
'rry and Wilson, of toe Methodist the British was and still is a legitimate -: transport free all supplies to the a feud. vanced age lie went to the Philippines with military honors. 1 J January 11.10 inches. p1
famine sufferers.
episcopal church, South, will officiate. weapon. ,_ Chinese

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I; STORE coming year. Just now we are making our annual inventory ;:| :

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j j I Big' Advertisement and our first big offering for the coming year will be an 4*

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t AMERICAN: -INCHRYSANTHEMUM HON1 R. P. REESE,I r f i i .AMUSEMENTS., JI.' >> WE TEACHPernin '. "' E,


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"The One Woman."

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e .uu APPOINTED AS S Thomas Woman" would Dixon's seem novel to be "The a mild One protest : Shorthand "g for Year the t hQ t E Ei

Miss Hallie Ermine Rives as compared to the avalanche of be to
a butIn -
abuse heaped the dramatization of
AMERICAN on
5 and Mr. Post Wheeler I the novel by socialists everywhere. 20th en. education. .
ASSISTANTDepartment :,, The play which will be presented at n Century Bookkeeping s
I the opera house on the evening of
United Yesterday at January 3, by a specially selected cast
SCIENCEASS'NIMany under the personal direction of the
Tokio. author is an epoch maker in stage i Practical English
sand
j at Washington realism. '
tTHE WELL KNOWN AUTHOR OFf Named after his great novel of the ,
Wants Him to Assist in same name the play is entirely the
"HEARTS COURAGEOUS" AND AT I work of Mr. Dixon. He not only I invite you to call at the college,.write, or telephone No. 900 for special rates
WORKS WEDDED
OTHER
Important Speeches Peonage Cases. made the dramatization but selected:
THE AMERICAN EMBASSY AT the company rehearsed the players, for our Spring term beginning Wednesday,..January 2nd. A thorough course in f

JAPANESE CAPITAL. Delivered-Remarks By I had the scenery and costumes made our College means good employment and-success.;; -
Hon. R. Pope Reese, of Pensacola after his own sketches and finally he

,Tokio Dec. 29.-Pines, Palms, Bam- Henry Morris.By was yesterday appointed by the department his( accompanying the show on its tout PENSACOLA COLLEGEW.
boo and plum and cherry blossoms i of justice-at Washington, as :of the southern states. !!t/p''l'S
festooned and decorated the .Ameri special assistant to the AttorneyGeneral I The phenomenal success of Mr. i
can Embassy here to-day the gala oc- of the United States in the prose- .Dixon earlier play The Clansman is O.
Associated Press. I I than duplicated in this new romance -
casion Halite being Erminie the Rives marriage and Mr.of Miss Post Providence", R. I., Dec. 29.-At the r more of love ,and socialism. "The r ( Lt t :"ft(. Cr'3 '3 7.G :'3 t3 't(!: {t ..

Wheeler. The ceremony was per-, meeting of the American political' One Woman as" a play does not fol-
formed by Dr. McKim the American' science convention here today Inter- low the book very closely-the
Bishop of Japan and was attended by esting addresses were made by Prof. !changes make the characters more scarcely pertain to advantage In the I dramatic pit as Jim Johnstone, a millionaire -''
the elite of Tokio. All the guests received Edward E. Channing of Harvard human and much of the cruel realismof smaller' cities through the country. miner from.. Brazil, who is
invitations from the American University; Prof. Everts B. Green, of { the printed page is softened and The question of supper has to betaken shown In a merry series of episodes
Ambassador in Japan and Mrs. Wrigtt. the University of Illinois and Henry] subdued. With the lance of the surgeon Into account on the part or tw I resulting from the South American f
Miss Rives is a conspicuous figure Morris of Chicago.Mr. rather than the cleaver of the Intending patrons, and the established I miners' effort to buck Wall Street and $
i a amoung southern American authors, Morris spoke on the subject butcher the author pricks the bubbleof schedule of train service In reference, New York Society. This play will be 1
j and' one of her books "Hearts Courageous' "Some Effects of Outlying Dependencies Socialism. to' the movement and arrival of the presented here in 'a few days.
'" L.Yx.pgo w 3'v Instead of being minister in the .
Philadelphia the a
was dramatized in upon People of the United i I company presenting the spectacle.A
a few years ago. She has occupied -! States" He said 'In part: t novel the hero of the play is a college happy compromise has been made "Strong' hurt." llU1-
; a prominent place In American I The administration of colonial possessions ( professor. The opening scene is by the management of the production Robert Ed son has just purchasedone
society, and has travelled extensively.I I has always had a strong Influence I laid in California at the time of the of "Parsifal" which Is to be presented hundred acres of land in New _
Though born in Christian county. Ky.,' upon the nation owning them. i Klondike rush and the last three acts- here.- The entire performance is York state, which, he says is purely an
she comes of old Virginia stock of!: Next to Increase in population and located in Alaska. given in one sitting, but so as to ob- investment. As thepurchase money cUbisky

i which she is very proud the Virginian area, 'the expansion of trade Is.the :rParsifal," Jan. 4. viate the necessity of the play last comes from his successful play,
Rives having been settled in the I I s 'As I late hour the first act "Strongheart" the Indian drama in
; most appalent'result of the spread of When the grand spectacle of "Parsifal" ing till too an which he is appearing this _season It i That has the _
4 Old Dominion since 1645. She was our influence. .Statistics show that begins promptly at 7:45 p. m. The
is produced periodically In the '
brought to the "simple life" out the warning of commencement suggested 'that he name the place, reputation e
up from 1895 to 1905 from practice of giving
our Imports little city of Baireuth in Bavaria, the !
"The Teppee.:? "Strongheart" will be
doors, hunting, fishing and shooting, with the trumpeters is,
the Philippines, Porto Rico Hawaii '
the
invariable custom at
pertaining
00f
almost like boy, by her father. Col. I > adhered to. Late comers played here soon.
a and Cuba increased in every instance Festival Theatre Is to begin the production however, I for Purity.It .
Rives', and is fine a horsewoman remain standingtill
Stephen as many fold, the ratio ranging from 60 at 5:30 p. m. will be obliged to Creston Clarks
and shot she is a writer..Many i the first act. as the
as to 1400 per cent; on the other hand. kR. At the conclusion of the first half the end of Creston Clarke In The Ragged Messenger justa.scasytosc-
of the pictures of Miss Rives it impossible for I
the exports from this country to these : I of the play the auditors are dis- auditorium makes ," is scheduled to appear in ,
which have found their into to show them to their article
way the ushers cure the
islands'grew' In like proportion. L missed. Pensacola early in January. The pure
print depict her "Lempire her favorite '
horse. She on owns a hunting A study of bur commerdal relations They reassemble at S:30 p. m., when seats."A press has been very enthusiastic in for the lace money that you
with the various grand divisions of they remain until the performance is Corner in Coffee"Tim Its praise of :Mr. Clarke's new play. |
lodge in the Virginia Alleghenieswhich If
adulterated
for the
she has christened Ioon- the world, shows that both in Europeand I finished. During the interval the vast Murphy has long had a corner pay
shine" since a United States Marshal South America relative trade HON. POPE REESE. audience it at liberty to promenade in I on the affections of tne public who An Odd CcTCBtonr. { Pure Whisky is what you
mistaking it for illicit still rode losses have been, sustained, while In the grounds surrounding the opera like clean native comedy and now he 'Colchester is EnglaBd's great oyster 1
an ask for ." ..Jo0 J- *
that with Asia there has been house, or partake of dinner at one of fishery, and so much of the wealth and want,
down the hillside to raid it. Miss I a considerable cution of the peonage cases in Jacksonville has "A Corner in Coffee In the mar- i j
Rives literary career commencedwhen increase. It certainly behooves and was ordered to reportto the several. excellent restaurants in ket whir him Is Cyrus Townsend fame of the place is derived from the "J"ESSS'ltIOORE"
she was 15. Then she wrote us to nurture our Interests Assistant Attorney General C. W. the grounds.At Brady to whom credit is due for conceiving Industry that the season,Is opened with i
"Fool in Spots" which netted $1.000. where they are rapidly developing.So Russell at that place. !I the commencement of the play, the scheme and carrying it much ceremony, The city fathers sail i "AA"
well also at the of
Her next, work was "Smoking Flax" long as we do not take measuresto This appointment is quite an honor' the as second as three costumed beginning trumpeters through Its early stages. Then In to the fishing ground and the mayor N. GOLDRING.
in 1S96. a novel of southern life dealIng this'end we are. risking the loss to )Ir. Reese and Is no doubt a recog-I I part in the lobby of the- jumped the comedian with his native formally assists In raising the first DISTRIBUTOR
with the question of lynch law. In of our prosperity. nition of his able services in behalf of theatre and appear sound a characteristicblast gifts"for artistic comedy and he completed -i dredge of valves. Afterward ia>fulfillment PENSACOLA, FLA.
1900 appeared "A furnace of Earth" The weakness of the merchant ma- the government In the prosecution of: the deaL
their Instruments that notifies of Asclent custom, there faa
an
upon
a sex problem story and in 190 rine is deplorable. At one time we the peonage cases in Pensacola last The speculation Is unique In the
"Hearts Courare us." This historical I carried 90 per cent of the exports in month. all interested that it is time to be. history of "corners' in that no one Is! luncheon at 'wfefch the ijbtisetlve. : Handled Exclusively by-
seated. This custom
unique was also
novel had Colonial Philadelphia for I I our ships but now only 9. The redemption The department of Justice at WashIngton -I carried out in like manner in New pinched except for laughs and no one I luxury gingerbread washed down THE GEM SALOON,
the getting of many of the scenes of the ocean carrying trade could not have selected a lawyer York City at the :Metropolitan Thea wants to see the corner busted except i with raw- gin, combination wblcX a
and old maps and documents in the I. is of paramount importance. In the i better qualified to .assist in the the disciples of gloom-aud the foes of' Lcndon'pa assumes, will fix' ., Riera & Schad
Library of Pennsylvania were evolution of a new economic systemwe prosecution of these cases and Mr. tre.This rather odd procedure would fun. Mr. Murphy goes Into the: event In mKa&y-for: several J d 73." Props.
i closely studied by her. Mr. WheelerIs I are also learning that the admission Reese will prove of invaluable aid to I I I i
second Secretary of the American I of new staple products of the the assistant attorney-general In Jack-

Embassy He studied medicine In the dependencies 'upon the home market sonville. ._ ,. ........ ._ .., ",,,"w >
University of Pennsylvania but abandoned promotes the prosperity their producers ..
it for literature. He spent I and fosters more friendly relations Over and Above.

some time among the Gndukh IndiansIn with them. "Mother, does Dr. Smith wear his .. ...,..
the Arctic regions and.has written I In the Philippines, America is con: everyday clothes under'that long white s
Interesting descriptions of them. He .
fronted with ,a serious and complex "
i when he preaches? 'asked a lIttle -
.
gown
Is well known
a magazine writer and
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race. Shall we annihilate the peopleof -
"
the edge of tireminister's -
amongst his works are "Reflections of I girl who had: seen ;
these islands endeavor
or to elevate
a Bachelor." For his! beat man Mr. trousers under his robe. .
Wheeler had them? Has not our brief experience was the reply: ,..-) :
a Japanese: Count who "Yes dear, .A
with an inferior race of the ; _
is a member of'*the House of Peers continued "now I.know
she
: east shaken our ideals? May it not "Well, c.
and who was a college! chum of his In it Is called surplus.Iiarper'eWeekly. .
America. The Embassy wild draped cause reaction. in our attitude toward why 'i t 1 .. --', ';"$$- -

with American and Japanese Hags.' the negro for whom our early' ,-' :> i.i'l..,., ,, ta :
'enthuaslsm
while the windows seems to have cooled .. ..
were decorated ..- .
..
with catnelias and white Itde. After While our fleets operate -on the Good For Lnncbeo t ". ."" .( ey
farther waters of the western sea, "At luncheon I bad something which '. f.S
the Ambassador and Mrs. .: t;
ceremony ; : :
'our' : t : .t'r ,
t
statesmen and diplomats confer excellent but not substantial. : .
was
Wright held a reception at the Em .. .. ..,.,
and debate'with'their contemporariesto > h .f.
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bassy. What was !itr"An ': : J ," ( .'
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the east of the Atlantic. "
excenent.nppettte.Il Dlavolo "4'" "
t tl' f' I
-- Whether the Monroe Doctrine ia Rosa. i ; i
jeopardized vby the expansion of our ; : !
interests may be doubted. Other nations stimulants In the ,j *
'c't
,
The two greatest "
Interested In colonial problemshave "
EconomyIs world are love and debt-Beaumont "' ,
'sufficient work near at handto ; :; : *
I'
"
occupy their energies. U we bars : r1t
r
barred the entry of European statesto Although taking pride In our peace
a strong point with the American continent we have loving disposition, we American! .

Hood's net demonstrated oar good faith by have fonght bloody conflicts and won : >< z
w. Sarsaparilla. A disavowing any intention to extendour great triumphs; e *u. now: planningthe 7 ,,1 .
own construction of powerful battle- 'p' ': '4: ;,' : -4
bottle lasts longer and does 'sovereignity. w. ,
: ; 'U
t There ia apparently no reason why ships and an IncteaS<')'ln military ar : i:.
more good than any other. I we should abandon the stand our mament we are ready to submit our t 't .
fathers took. On the contrary while contentions with foreign states to as n. .. .
.
1 It is the only medicine of I{ maintaining the Monroe Doctrine in inter-nation tribunal and are participating _
4 Its application to Central and South both ia South 4merea and ia S ,
which can truly be saidiIOODOSESONEDOLLAR. America. :we may perhaps formulatesome the North of Europe Jin the deliberations i< / +

I' analagous theory of nonIntervention of conferences designed to mini-
f 1 In '.the affairs of the Pacific. mize the chances, of war. j The Grtat Climax Scare in Te One Woman" January 3.

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THE PENSACOLA' JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 30, 190&i. j

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nEPU LJC N I MONDAY, TU.ESDJ\YJ\ND WEDNESDAY s(a* 'I



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3 DAYS'OF "! :

CIRClES III .

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/ I I v I II 1 x Some of the Amusing Per- Of Extraordinary Bargain Offering. II'i



formances of State and .. .

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County Committees. -
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F J Special Bargains for Ladies and Children. m.1



The following commentary on republican One lot of Madras and Percale $12.00 aOnd 15.00 Taffeta Silk Best-25e and Sac plain or lace !!f'

doings in Florida, as they Waists to go in this sale for $12.00 and $15.00 Taffeta Silk Lisle Hose, from 6 to 9 only, J.II'. 1-
relate to .the situation in Escambia ij less than cost of material .. ..25c. -Suits stylishly made to go at $9.75 :. .-. per pair ? .. .. ? ? ? .. .21c. N c'i _
"i |5.00 and $6.50 Taffeta! Silk Waists $12.00 Ladies' Tailored Jacket
4- county, is handed The Journal by one Children's 19c Stout Ribbed
who signs himself "A. Participant," 'a broken line In plaid or plain .'., Suits, a great bargain at .. ..$T.50 School Hose .. .. .. .. .. .120. rJ ,; '
silks, to'close out, for .; u ..$3.95 : Ladies $6.00 Tweed Skirts new Ladies' Best 5c Handkerchiefs $- f
"A wise man and his mon- with a request for publication:: To a rank outsider, the squabble coats; a special bargain for this ,,for .. .;i .. :. .. ,.. ? .,$3.95 .. Ladies', Best Handkerchiefs? N
ey are soon parted, if he n6w on in Florida republican circlesis sale. .. .. u .. .. u .. ..$3.95One Ladies' Best lOc Seamless Hose T, special .. ,__ .. .>. ..7e. ft1 '
comes to our Overcoat Carnival lot of Ladies Jackets a ,for After Supper Sale u ;. .. /c.Ladies' 25c Pure Linen Hemstitched or 1"
." amu&ing--or rather, it would be if broken line in tans and black, Best'15c and 18c Seamless Embroidered Handkerchiefs to !nI'4 r;.
Our renovating makes some features of it were not fraught worth $7.50 to $12.00 to closeout Hose, in plain'or lace styles to go In this sale .., .. .. : 7c. "
it necessary for us to push a with such serious consequences to"the At in this sale for .. .. .. ?$4.90 go at, per pair .. .<. .. .. ..]2c. A sam 19 Line of Ladies' Belts In? N -:.s '[
Innocent lY $2.00 Heavy Thibet Cloth-Skirts, Children's Best lOc fine Ribbed r Velvet, ,u .
public.I Corduroy, or Kid to
lot of overcoats out into the of course refer to the recent endorsement in black or navy, to go for .. ..$1.19 Hose to go at .. .. .. .. .. ..7J/c. 1 at !. .. .. .. .. .. .. .,. ..go..ice. "rJ ..Y.1f8
cold world. The world will
by the little coterie of East :.

seem warmer to you if- you Florida politicians-controlled, of N :.

come in on this sale. Crava- \ course by the Honorable Joseph E. All Ladies Tailor Suits Coats and Skirts I
must m" rgo'
9U
nettes which serve in this cli- Lee of Jacksonville Collector of Internal 9U ,

mate Overcoat Revenue for the state of Flor-
as
an
in this sale and are are included all- ida-of individuals to hold the feder 9j now, regardless of former values. We guarantee fiJft

offices in Pensacola.
going at 20 per cent. dis- Some funny stories are told about
to be the
count. this meeting (It was of course held ?j our .prices '0.1IIfe.st.Be sure to get Rfl ;

Come in to-morrow and surreptitiously in-so-far as-the republicans -
of West Florida were concerned g J our prices before purchasing, r
get inside of one of these J .
:
except as to Captain Northup and Mr.\ fU
swell coats. j
McGourin) and I haven't the heart .to J AJfU
.. .
lay them bare in cold type, except in "J.II" .," ,- ......-, ... ... ' c;
a sort of a general way.It 'J

CTANDARDfLOTHINGrO.JTHIESENVBUILDINGt..... Chubb seems of as Gainesville though that chairman Messrs.of Special Bargains for Men, .. .RJ'

the state committee Crooms of Apalachicola .
; nJ :." ) : "
saw mill owner and inci- U Men's SOc Heavy Fleeced Shirts 50 doz. Men's Silk Four-in-hand- :. 20c" Wool Socks, In blue or gray, rJ'1 ::'
dentally politician; and Charles Par | or Drawers, all sizes in the Scarfs choice patterns, worth ,for.. .., .isc. "V
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lin, officially designated as surveyor nJ After Supper Sale .. .. ..' ..35C. 25c S9c 'and toe, choice of en- Best? 10c>; Seamless !Socks,? In
general of Florida and incidentally N Men's Natural Wool Shirts and ,tire line for .. ... ..... .. .?... .,19c.;'".. ,. __ : *black or fancy for :the 'After fUm

son-in-law of Mr. Crooms happenedto Drawers strictly $1.25 quality M- .t..- Supper Sale .. .. '.. .. ., .. .7c.
have met in Jacksonville recently Wash Jap Silk Hand :
After Sale .95c. -
in the Supper Men's 15c
and of course they naturally drifted ilIB Men's Heavy Fleeced Top Shirts u _, enchi e fs, for. .. .. .. .. ..' ....3? ';, .' finish Socks and 19c in black seamless per silk pair ruOf ,

into the, office of Collector of Inter with collars 75c value, blue only Men's 75c White Wash Jap Silk '-' *vk : : !:finish, in black or brown spe- ...>>

, nal Revenue Honorable Joseph E.. to go at .. 49c. Handkerchiefs, with large em- ,, ?:-. ., ,. ;: ciaL-.per pair .. .. .. .. .I2c.AIen ruru
I Leer (in reality the power controlling Men's 65c and 75c Madrasss.and broidered initials [or.. .. .. ...45e-' ; > lOc Handkerchief in white.
r il The man who TWO FINE DEER Florida- Republicans.) Percale Shirts all good styles, : Imitation I ." or colored, for u_ .. .. .. .. ...7c.Men's .
Men's 39c
U .. .. .. .. .. > President I"
And when they had duly,congregated !J.. to go at .. 49c. 8c. Handkerchiefs all Of
Suspenders fbr .. .. .. .. .. ..19c. ,
clean .
believes in ;
1Jl! a and had become personally acquainted rj $1.25 Wachussett Shirts, in white white or colored border for ..5c.
with one another, the sub- or colored to go in this sale Men's >%ac' Imitation Guiot French : 'of : Men's $12.00 Cravenette Overcoats 0)

7"", IF r'!L'" collar ALL THE ject of federal patronage in West N for .. .. .i .. .. .. ,.. .. ...95c. Suspenders for .. .. .. .. -.. ..19c. to go at.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$8.95 rufj .
KlllfD BY W Florida (a section separated from N
TIME is the man who their then present location by a mere :

1CI 365 miles) was broached-(by the host N :. !t<' (fU .;:
insists on having of the bunch of course)X and without

parley or further discussion it was Miscellaneous Special Bargains Sf.
WAlKER unanimously resolved that a meetingof ruru
"UON"
BRAND.
the ."leaders" of/the party shouldbe m Best ',7c Calicoes In gray or blue $1.00'10.4 Blankets! to go per pair 69c. .$1.00 10-4 ,While Bed Spreads togo f
held at Tallahassee,_upon a date for .. .. v. u .. .. .. .. .5c. Boys and Girls Heavy Fleeced for u .. .. .. ? .. .. '..69c. ru ,
ISCtntsEich At All which will forever ,unmentioned, Best 6c Calicoes togo 10 yards I Shirts and Pants 39c value to I Bas $2.00 White Bed Spreads extra Jill t
2 for 26 Cents Good Shops and that'then' and there*William H. fU, for .-' .. -i.n., :; '.r. u u c.. ..39c. go for .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .25c. large and good, for .. ..$1.49 N
Were Northup should be endorsed for the
,: Standing Almost To- postmastership of Pensacola and (U N

gether and Two Shots Thomas McGourin: : 'should be "touted"to If Hundreds Bargains in Every Department.
TURTON & BELL. President Roosevelt as the only
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. available and deserving individual for
aedae Supplied. Flntshii' ] lor Amateurs. Killed Both. N
the marshalship of the Northern Dis-
trict of,Florida.
;
The meeting was held in Tallahassee -
COTTRELLFINE W. C. Walker residing in this city, as aforesaid upon a date which

Pensacola.PHOTOGRAPHS.?Ofa.R. ( returned accompanied yesterday by W.from R. a Fell deer hunt and, the.and shall Jacksonville the forever programme remain meeting as unmentioned outlined referred at to, i m T. H. LANNON & C O. m.ifi uU

K. WHITE Drought with him a fine doe one of .f
above was carried out, not however,
Vatchnaker.Manufacturing Jeweler.aid Graduate two which he killed Thursday afternoon without dissention for there were W !
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Cpllcltn.30 S. Paialox Street Pensacola. r.a. '
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in the Perdido at this Tallahassee meeting .. _. .
country near present ------ -- ------ ---- -- -- -- -- - -- ---- ---- -'- -- -- -- --------.
the head of the big lagoqn. some West Florida Republicans (a
minority of course but it was a respectable : --
Tersely ToldJ. :Messrs. Walker and Fell were join if not altogether a respectful ALTAR AND GRAVERecord I NNN M IJ IJ0 :
ed in the hunt by J. G. Fell W. _W. one). CRADLE U.C1TO HOlD The
Fell and Col. Alfred Greenwood. They This minority returned to Pensacola ;

went out Christmas meeting the latter -II and it was determined to hold a I .
R. :McLane, of Geneva. Laa three gentlemen in the country meeting of the Escambia Republican Genuine
prominent citizen of that place,.is in executive committee. This meetingwas of Births, Marriagesand
and to the :Perdido
the city on a short business visit. proceeding sec held on last Thursday afternoon. MASONS TO HOlDlOnGE mJ

L. W. Crow of Marianna, was tion. They did not begin hunting Captain Northup whom the meetingof Deaths During the i RECEPTION
however until Thursday morning, and I the "leaders" of the party' in East:
among the arrivals in the city Friday Article !
night; His visit here was on busi- bagged considerable game althoughMr. Florida had endorsed at Tallahassee, Past Seven Days.AS I ITHAT'S
is a member of the county'commit- '
ness. Walker was the only one to bring!
tee, and was present at this meetingand OF
The meeting of Camp Ward No. down deer. In the afternoon about i ii voted on several matters of minor NEW YUR'SBuilding r

1l 1, which was to have been held Tues- 2:30: o'clock while in the woods he importance which were disposed of ARE FILED IN THE OFFICES
'
day night January 1, has been postponed i-got .,.,within forty yards of two fine: by the committee. A resolution wasintroduced OF THE CITY CLERK AND COUNTY _
until Tuesday night, January 8. doe, both about four years of age, and by a member of the com- '

A good' place to board .3 hard to two-shots from his gun brought both mittee meeting denouncing of the aforesaid the action"leaders"of the at JUDGE. SORROWServices Will Be Open to the PIEL BROS.

find in Pensacola. If you want one down. One was given to Messrs. I .
Tallahassee in indorsing Captain ,
or two nice boarders The Journal'swant --.. and Friends
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Fell and CoL Greenwood while the Northup for reappointment as post- Public of REAL GERMANLAGERBEER F
ads will The following marriages births and ;
bring them to Try .
you. other was brought to the city-ester. master at Pensacola, and was unanimously !
them. deaths during the past seven days are Association Are
day. adopted (Captain Northup in Honor cf Departed -
The British steamer Brakefield, of course voting with a majority of of record in the offices of the city 1
In addition to the deer the party
which is overdue about fifteen days the local committee). clerk and county judge: Brothers to Be Con- Invited.The ;
caused by delay in receiving cargo at killed five squirrels, seven rabbits But Captain Northup did not realize Marriages. ,
Tampa, sailed from that place yes- eighteen quail,'a coon and a fine otto. what he had done until the presidIng
and Elizabeth ducted .
Clancy Monday Night.A
White-William TRY IT!
torday at 9 o'clock and Is expectedto officer declared that the motionof social committee of the: Y. M.
reach port today consigned to the CAFFERY'S denunciation had been UNANIMOUSLY Stewart; William N. Van Pelt
,SENATOR C. A. la planning to hold the second
Gulf Transit moveda Robert
then McLane
Co. adopted. He and Olive Frances ;
The! fishing schooner Cavalier which GREAT VITALITYBy reconsideration of the motion,which- Hargis McGuire and Hela Agnes Gonzalez Lodge of Sorrow, to pay tributeto annual New Year's reception Tuesday ONLY 159 A BOTTLE
of those of the order L There will
adopted. the evening. January
was memory
!sailed;
for the fishing grounds several ; Gen Johnson and Carrie St.
put port yesterday ...ocl ated ..... officer de Claire Wilson Ernest; Byrd and $1.50
made, and by the presiding ;
the gymnasium, the ladies of
< having lost an anchor- and cablehei is to be conducted Monday evening young
.
The vitality year
New Orleans;, ZJL Dea'29.: Rufus
: for dissuasion" A. Moorer,and
clared 'open-
at anchor off t Lancy Gilmore; : the auxiliary: will serve refreshmentsand
about 25miles .
Pensacola of United States :'Senator Caf- Mark White made the point that Clevle Nichols; Hilliard Strickland by Escambia Lodge' No. :5.t' members of the association- will
light. fery during his present illness, when Captain Northup'.had' appointed 'a NeaL &: A. M., participated.in by Pensacola welcome their friends. The: entire

Irs in the flavor.! Try Blue Ribbon hope' ,has several times: ',been aban- Democrat as assistant postmaster and Agnes C. H. Etaris and Lizzie Lodge and Naval Lodge F. &: A.. M. building will be open to 'the public Morris ann eisser,
Vanilla.;: under him.To"this charge..Captain Colored W. The exercises will be in the Masonic and all friends of the-association are
Absolutely twiceas boned, astonishes:his 'physicians, considering '
far and the "Blue pure Ribbon goes Flavor" his seventy years._ His 'condition Northup retorted: "Well Mark,, yon Lee; Scott Anderson and Ellen' Harris hall and conducted by Rev. Mr. cordially invited 'to be present 21 I W.'Zarragossa St.
perfection. is still are responsible for that appointment, ; Mack Horn and Mamie Smithy
Ask for the 25c size. criticaL Sylvester Weeks who will deliver
as you know I tendered you' the'.assistant Smith and Jennie Cham-
poatmastership and:: you declined Washington the address of the evening. The services -l lI
it." To this. Mart replied bers;"John'H.:Clark and Lula Jordan; will be open to the public and
."Yes I know you did, but I ''had too Morris Edwards and Lula January; in addition to the address of Dr. ENGINEERS I from his promotion to engineer. The !i''
Rola Turner Weeks there will be ritualistic work engineers have conceded. the control };
much sense to accept'such a positionIn N. M. Martin: and ;
THE .
TO PUBLIC to the firemen
of the switch engineers
which is
always impressive.The
this community?! Griflin.Myrick and Katie Dailey; Robert very /
and the present deadlock is over :
is
end of the Masonic j
Having been forced to move .by 'exorbi three And of the the meeting banks in adjourned Peneaeola-and; and Jones and Rosa Jackson; Chas. December 27th. St John's day year, and it the seniority question. The Southern j;

tant rents from our former location to several leading business houses here! L. Golay and Ladine AbeL is the custom of this order to holda ANDFIREMENBr Monday Pacific receive announces live stock that and it will all ,r
Births. Lodge of Sorrow on some day near
the meeting
the action of. of
endorsed : t
26 ,West Government street, Salisbury the 'East, Florida politicians-' the ,White-To John Clem and ,wife, a this date. 'This year it will b on perishable freight ,

building, we takethis; method to inform-, Honorable Joseph E., Lee. collector- girl to C. J. Stevens and wife,' a I the 31st, the last day of the year. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS--
Internal revenue,for. Florida,in favor' ; During the past year five members A* ocUted Prec.. The annual meeting of the .tockhoMe' 'fJ
friends and of and wife
boy.
our patrons the change ; to E. I. ,Quina a
for boy of the three lodges of Pensacola have Tex. of the American National Bank of Penult "
of'Captain Northup postmaster pf, Houston Dec. 29.-United .
and that will be Colored-To Jas. 'Fair 'and wife a I passed away Two were members of cola. tot the election of directors and thi .
,begto ,,say we glad to- i. Pensacola. i States Commissioner
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: girl to Isaac Merkman and wife a Escambia No. 15. while three including Xeill held several transaction of such other business \
:- fee them in o.UTflevv quarters, where we' ,'" PORTUGESE BARK WILL : I boy; 4o Leon James Smith and wife 'Past Grand Master Geo C. Hallmark -,, conferences with parties to the day.may com January before 9, 1907 It. will, at be the held tanking TUM.

> wilIgiv 'alll'business entrusted to our.. BE TOWED' TO MOBILE TODAY a girL boy;. to Noah Dunkln .and wife,' a Warrington., were members of Naval Lodgeof I strike of the firemen of the Southern i!,hoo< at 16 a. m. C. W. LAMAR

,')0, care prompt and careful attention. f: Deaths. Pacific railroad today and a condition M coaw4w President.
\ : 'The (Portuguese ship Ferreira, ii
of C. J. Stevens and Suit Filed. developed which for the time being '. ;
Goods .has taken on about two hundred White-Infant l New i
delivered'' all of the city which ELECTION OF DIRECTORS
parts 51L' ; tons of ballast cleared yesterday wife stillborn; J. Bosso. 9. months. The following new suit wag flied eliminates the company from consid {
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free. Ii'.you;; can't call ,on us, call u P. }tt. .afternoon' for Mobile and It Is dysentary; 'Salvadore Holsen 20 yesterday: In the office of the clerk' eration. This Is the question between )' The annual election of directors o(

phone 85. ; expected :that, she will be towed to rears. malignant jaundice. of the circuit court: the engineers'' and firemen's :the Citizens National Bank of pen&a
that,port today Colored-Harry Ward. 60 years, Pensacola Stone &: Cement Com Cola, will be'Held at the offices of said
PHARMACY The TellSelis. .to go into dry dock stricture; Maria McXeath 60. years pany vs._ Joseph.Arbona, damages brotherhoods as to whether' the seniority bank on Tuesday January 8. 1907, between t
HARGIS' there and be repaired and she will ([cause! unknown);. Infant of John- $iOf<; Avery &: :Avery,. attorneys for of a switch' engineer' shall data, the hours of 10 a. m. and 4 p., l ltin. "
J ,then return to -this >port for cargo- Smith stillborn. plaintiffs., ... from his employment as*fireman. or 'dec-oaW'4 !




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; PAQE- FOUR. THE PEN8AC.OLA :JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING,. D.E'CEMBE'R 30, f90R

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II j If puolish them. The monthly statement\ I-HHH faM .. .. ----- ==

f of taxes collected shows the 'amount 4sF -. .. 1 "

,e atoht jQUfmd assessed and collected for each fund THE JOURNAL'S *: .
tJt but nothing Is known of what is done 4 CHRISTMAS EDITION. *
West Government Street.
24 t Phone
with it after it is collected. Fortunately : 1811
}. I the county ,commissioners of j. $. II 4 : : :

WEEKLY. SUNDAY. Florida are honest men, otherwise the V T : .
DAILY. List of Contributors.
; graft that would grow out of such a The Pensacola Journal's Christmas f > : ;.p t r; -- ... I

'. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY ,i state of affairs would be stupendous. edition, Sunday;consisted of forty-
Some of the county boards pay for .
illustrations. I
eight pages and numerous r.
': ..BY... the publication of, their proceedings, Among the contributors were: .

but there is no provision In law re- Judge Charles H. Laney, State' Senator -

THE JOURNAL COMPANY.FRANK quiring it, or possibly even permit John S. Beard, Miss Jefferson I 'i .

ting itLet Bell Rev. Percival H. Whaley, Mrs. I!Ii

L. MAYES. President aft Central Mana.r' J us hope that the next legisla- i Lizzie Coley, Prof. Joseph B. Lockey I "

. .. ture will give this! matter, its atten i principal of the Pensacola high school,I| '"& .
tion. I Mayor Bliss: E. Nellie Beck. William *
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. B. Crawford. County School Superintendent *

----- In answering the article In the N. B. Cook, Percy,S. Hayes.

SUBUCRIPTION RATES Petersburg Independent in which St.1 I Capt. John Rburke, Z. C. Chambliss.CaptrJ. .
,. W. Secretary of Cham: \ '. .' '' : .. '.7 !t : : '
.. 00 One llonti. .. .. ... 45 took 'the"Tampa 'to Lang, 1 : The { f!
One Tear .. ........ Ja .e. paper Tribune ber of Commerce "". C. Jones, Secre- most modernly equipped ;
2 50 One Week. .. .. .. .. .. 10 i ;. : .
Six Months .. .. .. .. task for disagreeing with the governor -I I tary Sherrill of Y. M. C. A.. Mrs. S. ; ::; ,.<,",('>'''
Months! .. .. .. 125 Weekly Edition per 7eat..n CO
Three '
in the matter of calling!! a special A. Moreno City Comptroller George i

,. I election in Hill&borough county the I, Morgan, Thomas McMillan Mrs. A. 1 ". Job Printing Office in ensa- >;;t:
E. McDavid, J. J. Gibson-a wonderful c 'i '
The Only Penaacolm Newmomaer Fran Which a Detailed Tribune says: i list. A feature of this edition was ?' :

Circulation Statement Cau Be Secure The columns of the Tribune have an "almost" 'fascimile of the first ;: cola, doing the largest job ,

been often filled with praise of Governor page of Pensacola's first daily news- :;.. :,., .
Broward; it has never been opposed paper, "The Echo," of the first number '# -: 'w.
to him in the in fact, Friday, 'r;!:} 'Y :' printing business in West
,' ( scorns M ( Papers on Sal* on Trains as a man nor. published on : '
I 'bCIIUEdftOriai| BuiBeM office general conduct of his high office, al- February 15, 1878 by George W.-Tur- .t :-- .
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and at all News Stands. 'i' i'A
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ton. Other valued contribu- .
though at times, it has been compelled highly : "

to' differ from him in mattersof tors who fill up many pages of ,The ./ Florida, wishes all of the : y .u.
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Journal are the merchants of Peusa- ,
public policy, where it has been .
V. Offices-Journal, Building-Corner lntend noia and DeLuna Sts. evident that his plans, If carried out cola. These contributors seem grati- p. ;" ':"!\"r)3 . ,'. .

would work an injury to the peopleof fyingly partial to "display."-Jacksonville .: : ; Deep Water CityA : \

Florida. But this opposition based Times-Union. : ., ,
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PENSACOLA FLORIDA SUNDAY MORNING DECEMBER: 30, ''1900 as it was on honest conclusion Outdid Himself.- I I -.,'c \ .
deserves rather praise than censure;
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The Pensacola Journal's Christmas ; t
and believe that the i
r I we governor him-
write it 1907. issue reached office It : ;
Get ready to The Florida our Sunday.
DelegationOn self understands motives and .
our
I I is a 48 page issue brim full of inter ,. :. ; "'.' J!,; ?-
bears us no ill win because 'of our .
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Happy
annual exhibition at Washington -
The Salary Question. attitude. esting matter and up-to-date adver

Trill open again In a few days. I The Florida delegation in the houseof tising. It is unquestionably the best' ;:; ; u/
L
issue of
any paper in the state that :
representatives at Washington was Enforce the .
has yet reached this office. The Journal

Tampa says she $Js the "Queen Cityof ,
the Gulf. The very idea of It! :' divided on the question of an increasein Stock Ordinance.it man simply outdid himself.Milton : '': and JL

f the salary of a congressman, Rep- Star.South's .
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is a matter of gratification to '
The water wagon will be out again :resentative Frank Clark favoring the Leading Dailies. ;
the ;
law-abiding people of Pensacola
,Tuesday after a rest of nearly twelve i increase and Representatives W. B. We have received handsome Christ ; > .
Lamar that the police are now making vigorous "
months. I and S. M. Sparkman opposing mas numbers from the Times-Union' Prosperous

I i I itThe efforts to see that the ordinance and :Metropolis and The Pensacola : ': ; ; | .

\\if Tampa makes more cigars and creates -I bill was to increase,the salary prohibiting stock from running' at Journal These are three of the : :: E: :: :'. .:

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\ more sensations than Pensacola, of a member of congress from $5,000to large is strictly enforced. South most enterprising dailies and .

but as a deep water portNuff ced. $7,500-a very modest increase and For several days the officers have the special holiday numbers were naturally j i : <;: New Year. .
of
gems the printer's art and .
one which even If authorized would been but after the cattle whose own- the editor's good taste.-Arcadia Ad I .
I I
>Joe Bailey prefers the climate of still be far
too small for the position. ers allow them to run about the vertiser. :

.v .Texas in preference to that of Wash.Ii The Journal does not question the- streets and over other people's lawns. 1 < ; i ;.: l.
Represent Towns.
'ingtoh Just now. He will probably go motives of the two Florida congressmen Progressive .; \
gardens, and flowerbeds and these The Christmas editions of the '. ;t.:1 t. .
{J )to the national capital after the Texas who opposed the bilL Their motives '
animals are rounded and corralledin Times-Union and the Pensacola Jur- :
up t
't legislature elects a senator.. were probably good and the rea- the city stock pou d. When the i jnal overwhelmed us with their magnitude :: r 'i': : )
sons for their position were no doubt and the prodigious variety of : :
It A long suffering public to Attorney- satisfactory to' them. owner shows up to claim' them he is. good things they spread before their : .. ; .

r.; General Ellis: Get busy. also compelled to have an audience readers. Such newspaper enterpriseis :" ,
; But It is nevertheless difficult to ... .
understand how who is with the city recorder .and the latterin only possible in progressive and up- ; '-. -':. .;: ,
When Vardaman to the senate any man com- to-date communities for that
.r goes only
petant to hold the position of his discretion can. fine him' littleor ,
1 fie will miss the excitement of those representative kind support papers equal to such I -
r.: In congress can fail too,realIze much as the case may be. editions.-Live Oak Democrat.No
little "hurried trips" with the soldiers
'\'of that the old salary of $5,000 a year Heretofore the recorder has let I

Mississippi.A has for years been inadequate and these offenders off light, in view of the The Syndicate PensacolaJournal's Matter. Christmas

i exchange.remarks that Frank should long ago have been increasedto fact that the ordinance only recently edition was just a little bit ahead of

would make at least double that amountA went Into effect""There""would now" what we expected and we looked for
Adams a good successor
f man who Is not capable of.earn- seem to be no reason however why something pretty good. A good part
If he should delete
|Jto 'Senator Mallory
L of the stuff in the
( to retire. That "if" has blasted ing $5,000 a year outside of congressis the limit of the law' should not be this kind Is syndicate average matter editionof withno I Mayes Printing. Company

the hopes of politicians before and Is not fit to draw that much moneyIn given them. There is not a personin particular local application but

I likely to do' so again. congress and a man.who Can make the city who' owns"hn'animal of The Journars stories were all-by local I

x that much or more in private life any kind, but who knows--what the authors and were good The Christmas : B. S.
FRANK L. MAYES .JEUDEVINE, BERNARD
+ We predict that the three B's in should 'have adequate compensation law is, and if he does not know by edition'of The Journal was all President. VlevPrtsident. 'Sec.-Treas,
right-DeFuniak Breeze.:
the next senate will be as busy as for his time when serving the public. this time ,he .should, when he breaks ,.--. I

bees and that no three members of There Is no danger of official sal- the law, be made to .feel'' it in a" way A Whopper: FRED ,A. SWEET, Special Representative.

the senate will occupy more of its I aries In this country becoming too that he will long remember. The Pensacola Journal's Christmas j

time than John Beard, Jim Broome high,. so long as :we put men in office People who have, no mere -civic: Edition Journal was -whopper.* But The ., .-
don'tJJ> thiags small
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on
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and Harry Buckmaiu I who are worth the salaries. The danger -, pride or no more regard for the'rfghts scaJe.-Carrabe e .,Advertiser. -:---- -
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I lies In electing men to office who I of others than to.1et1heir- -trample .- = : : ::, : : :: :: :: :: :: -----: :: : : :: IIII necessity arises. They have not forgotten

If the people of Florida continually i are not,worth the salary either in the As Arcadia Saw It. the days when he shelled C.: ?
i down eat up, or otherwise destroy The Pensacola Journal's Christmas SAID' FLORIDA PUBLIC MEN political woods with grapeshot c:
refuse to amend the state constitutionin i office or.out of it II! OF III IIIII
the property of .their neigh- edition of last Sunday is a fine paper ting to flight the enemies of cr -J
points where it is needed the ques- In The Journal's judgement, Repre-
bors deserve no leniency 'at the handsof fourty-eight pages full of things that government and the recollection 'i
tlon of calling a constitutional con. sentatives Sparkman and Lamar have : : : : : = .
the court. Interest; The corps of writers for this I 1 nose days will live long with Fr.i
vention to change the who le instrument made a mistake. \ issue includes number. of the. bestwriters .,* di Apalachicola Times.

will be received with more favor Hunt Harris has not announced in in the state ana several sue- Gubernatorial Entries. all some men do. when they are in!'t

I by the people. Some of, the property owners on cessfull business men, and the paper ] ,If every newspaper In Florida Is I !the legislative halls.-Apalachicola.i Stockton's State Ownership Plan
4 West Garden street are kicking about favor of the Jackson county senatorfor as a whole is very creditable.-Arcadia going to have private candidate for Times. r The Jacksonville board of tn. '
s the presidency of the senate, but Champion. there wont be enough togo 1 I had a red hot time over a resolnt: :.
; There will the location of the governor ..
be electric
no more Interesting light
poles ,
Bloxham, [
perhaps Hunt thinks West Florida I around.-Lake Butler Star. Nothing Doing With offered by John N. C. Stockton to
t character in the next legislature' than which are now: being erected on the should be satisfied to have the next Credit to Pensacola. Nothing doing with ex-Governor quest the governor to call an exra

"Uncle" Steve Melton, of Duval. He north side of that thoroughfare. Inasmuch The Christmas number of the Pen- Can't Succeed Himself. Bloxham in the political line. The session of the legislature to prov:3: :
governor. sacola Journal was a special fine ( Record claims that Tallahassee True Democrat insists for the conditions ct
Is honest earnest and sincere in all as the street is a wide one 'dl-I A he Manatee some remedy
tlon, 48 pages, and filled to the will be the next that the is emphaticallyidle traffic Florida railroads. The do
Mr. Broward governor ex-governor on
his public acts and was unquestionably and as there Is plenty of room In The Journal would be glad to have with good reading. I' "
of Florida. "Meby.so, mcby so. so far as future public life is bate took in the Issue of governmc-u
the most popular member of the the middle the'property dInk communications the The Journal is always wide
owners some more on a -La.ke Butler Star. concerned but broadly I intimates that ownership, 'and after a long scuffle!
session of 1905. that Is the place where the poles street paving proposition. There are awake publication and is a creditto the courtly 'old gentleman is aboutto a motion to lay on the table was df<

should be placed. The Journal Is In- many differentJvlnds.of pavement- Observer.A the city. of Pensacola.-Freeport Frank' Clark's Record.If again enter the ranks.of benedicts feated and the resolutions referred(
you have any doubt as to the ef- his bride be- of the charming committee, to be
When anyone says "Queen City of clined to agree with the property which kind .does Pensacola want to one to a special repot
i the Gulf Tampa and Pensacola begin Hummer. ficiency of Hon. Frank Clark representative young daughters of Leon county. I ed on later for final action-Tampa

j to squabble about which one of themis owners. Denver Is enforcing her anti-spitting Last Sunday's Pensacola Journalwas in congress from the second Madison New Enterprise. Times...
Florida, read his
of congres-
ordinance-and in the dead of ,winterat a hummer.-Florala (Ala.) News district :
meant First know
news we some of Proceedings sional 'l'ecord.-\\"hite Springs Her Cromwell Gibbons. Broward Follows Precedent.The .
Report -
inconsequential burg will be disputing that. Pensacoia's anti spitting ordinance ald. I is
1 Brimful. If Cromwell Gibbons Is accordea Tampa Tribune not at all
; i Starke's right to -Metropolis of the Should Be Published. is pretty much! of a dead let Among the fine Christmas editionsof the proper .kind of support from several pleased with Governor Broward' appointing

Flatwoods" and when it happens The demand for the publication of ter both summer and winter. Florida's daily papers. comes The Clark's Egyptian Cotton Frank Tax. with influential quarters, he will more a tax collector of Hillsbor-
Clark
there's going to be trouble off. Pensacola Journal of Sunday last If Congressman than likely l>e an aspirant for the gov i OUgh county without awaiting a recommendation
right the proceedings the county.com- not resolve to keep a few of the aid of his colleagues succeeds in
Why brimful of seasonable articles and .a ernorship. Sir; Gibbons is one of the of a candidate, by tb
V Slarke Telegraph. missioners is. becoming so general your resolutions this time?' splendid advertising patronage. No securing a protective tariff on Egyptian brainiest men in the state t>ut we : county committee. The govern

.Regarding the tendency of the counties that the next !legislature is likely' to wonder the big cities are prospering cotton for and securing harbors large appropriations the-are at a loss as' to how to place him seems to be catching it all around tfc?
on
in this state to abolish the be asked to make some provision requiring when their merchants support'such deeper which will politically. Probably when he returns past few weeks. Jacksonville )Ietro;>
facilitatetransportation
coasts,
open pa rs.-Lake City Index. I i! Florida from Cuba he will enlighten the public ,oils ,
commIssioners In the various VOX POPULI I
saloons the Fort Pierce Tribune says: r J with substantial profit as to .his aspiratlons.BartowRecord. I County executive committees weaplaced

'The voters of old Brevard have counties to. have their proceed Credit to Pensacola. I i to the, hipper and all concerned,4hey *' on the back seat by Governor

presented themselves with a fine ings' published each month.In She past week, our exchange, table t!i will have. merited the admiration of Jennings and Governor Broward +is

Christmas present in the form of a tome of the counties of the state SOCIALIST WANTS TO> has been covered with Christmas- I their constituencT.Ite Springs Bloxham: Won' Need Map. following in the footsteps of his pre-
nice, large dry, fumigated renovated, tions. Among, the number was The Herald.
the HAVE JV JOINT DEBATE I Ex-Governor Bloxham may be a can- decessor.-Apalachicola Times
rehabilitated county. One by the the proceedings commissioners Pensacola Journal which was credit
one a didate for. governor; lie need not
t I counties of Florida have put their are published by the local papers to Pensacola and the managementof I Gllchrist's Pineapples.The Matthews for .
; B Meeker bring around. a if he would se- Speaker.In
to ,
I The following letter T; Times Is not disposed to jump : map ,
stamp of disapproral on the whiskey matter of for their readers The Journal, Atmore (Ala.) spec: his
as a news I candidate of the Socialist, party 6n Gitehrist about those pine- cure votes In this section, for our : contest for the Speaken>hfi>

5 traffic forty-six until counties now tolerate only fifteen It. And of the the and for this no charge is made. for congress in the Third Congressionad truml: apples General that he gave to several editors people' are,'dead set against the map of E. the S. Matthews House in .the of next the legislator BradfoiU

The: in these counties District at the last election, is'self- is and circular route to the capitoL Mr.
newspapers fair. Our
end is not yet Works Overtime for Pensacola.Mr. :at the Tampa only regret County Telegraph will have t.,
publish. portions: of the proceedingsof explanatory and is published by request Frank L.. Mayes, our esteemed t I that we'were; not present when the j I Bloxham 1sa grand old< man and warm support of all the South Fieri* A"
should he' decide to enter the
racer
TBfei_ are floating wishes in the the commissioners where they are : friend of The Pensacola Journal pineapples were given to the afore-I members of the legislature. Mr. M;
press that Tampa take in Comrade Meeker: Save the biggest in he would gJv.h1 opponents a big
may editors.
said
valuable matter and brought out another large; and well thews has a popularity of which r
enough additional ground to be territorially as news, report I have thought maybe it would be for the 'Ilmes.I .- run for their money.-Lake Butler
gotten up edition of that paper last :the bunch. General :mar Justly feel proud. No doubt .e
as large as Jacksonville. ers are on hand at every session of best to state the question in writingyou Star.
Times.
Sunday. The Journal never fails to I Apalacbicola press of the state will be loyal in their
i That is our only deficiency. In every the commissioners to watch for these proposed last week, which Is as '
do its full duty to its home town and Senatorial Light' I support of his claims; for he is a
respect but territory inside the Items. But this does not Include the follows: Mayes 'works overtime in the interestof I loXham_ Always Popular. newspaper man himself and has dOM
i municipal lines Tampa is already "Resolved That capitalism or Ex-Governor W. D. Bloxham Is be- It Is rumored now that Frank Adams &
list of the warrants drawn each Pensaccla.-Bay MInnette (Ala.) much for his section and the state
t larger than Jacksonville and the and the. profit system hast come to 'be unjust Times. ing mentioned as a possible candidate will be a candidate for the United i large through the. Influential columns

principal reason for wanting the tar* month, purposes for which immoral and brutal for: gubernatorial honors.again.. Stated senate. Well from the way of his weekly.-Tampa Tribune,
rttory included Is that there may be these, warrants are drawn. The people I will take affirmative of this MacWilliams's Candidacy. At.the same time it is said that hehas' be is retiring from business there

no possible question about the fact are entitled :to know ,where the question with ally speaker* you may Editor Jordan Is kept busy these declared his Intention of 'never I must be some truth in the rumor. Rufus Rose.

In the minds of those people who county's money goes and- for what be able to secure, the rules. govern days defending Gilchrist. The Tallahassee having..anything more to do with pol- At any rate, if Mallory:.does not wantto CapL R. E. Rose the state chemst.: ,

consult the census and do not exactly ing the debate tQ be, those usually Sun In a recent issue intimated ; lti s. Governor BloxhanTIs extremely succeed himself Adams would be has had more actual 'experience *

know what subdivisions must be purposes it is paid'and a list'of these governing in any of our parliamentary that Gilchrist was one of the .legislators : popular and no doubt would prove:. a': hard man' to beat by any one of i draining the Everglades than acv:

added in to arrive at the figures for warrants should be published so that bodies. I futther agree to pay who two years ago voted a hard competitor to defeat for any. those so far mentioned<< He would 'body. He gained the bulk of _'.

the whole of Tampa.-Tampa Times. all the voters -can have access to all expenses of hall.rent, and advertis- against the bill to give the railroad office he might aspire to-Carra.belle. make the 'race interesting for those knowledge during the Diston opera..'
them. ing if, I am defeated in the argument. commission power to compel the railroads Advertiser. who did run. Ft. Myers' Breeze. tiona. Captain Rose says that tl::

HENRY E. ALLEN in Florida to keep their roadbed -- lowering of Lake Okeechobee will result
Eugene Matthews: editor of the The DeFuniak Breeze Is of the
one ; : Bloxham' Past Work. '
Starke Telegraph and a candidate for Dec. 17 1906. Farmer. in a safe condition. If this is so. John W. Watson. in the Immediate settlement
papers that: have, come out boldly on It might not take well with the people The Lake City Index claims that The JacksOnville' Metropolis says the territory on the lake for there

Speaker of the next House in the last this proposition in favor of the counties After 'Gilchrist. living along theCharlotte, Harbor I Hon. John Watson will be the anti- that Governor Bloxham. will not bea I will be no better land In Florida and

Issue of his paper says: publishing these proceedings. In : of this and division In case the general enters. admln&tration leader in the coming 'candidate -for. office .again.. Thereare the first settlers win be lucky land:
The telling .
are
We had a delightfully quiet, and papers the contest for governor. However, legislature. We infer from this that thousands .Floridlans who re- I lords. No one could remain skep:
a recent issue 4t : I that who is a candidate foSpeak.
pleasant Christmas In Starke and so says of one the coming session of the leg: I there will be a similar bill Introducedat 11 there wIll be eome fast and furious gret that Governor'' Btoxluun has retired -fUr as to the certain possibilities it
I A number of the state papers, are er 'on Of the permanently from,..actlTe with Captea;.
far as we have been able to learn islature Gentlemen. do not leave out the coming session, and the man fighting tap. course people poll after talking
there was not a disturbance anywhereIn agitating the passage of a law by the I of your calculations W. A. Mac Williams I wfoo rotes against the bill is "mark 11 pay legislators $6 per day to stay tics, but at the same time they feel Rose. His knowledge and enUr.

next legislature requiring the publication' of St. Johns county If you\lo, ed" for future slaughter.-Ft Myers in Tallahassee for 60 days with chipson that he is' too good a democrat and iasm- give force to his news.-Talla'
Bradford county. It is a great by' ''the county 'commissioners get awfully left when you Breeze. I I their-shoulders. And really this is Floridian to refuse a call, .if a real I jhassee Sun.
may
deal more of an itemized statement of their you .
satisfactory to the Telegraph least expect it. We who'.know the ..
expenditures: As'it is few In .
to print this modest people
paragraphthan gentleman are of the the opinion that,,
to have to call into use flaming the state unless the papers 'publishthe Mr. MacWilliams,will get there by a' '

headlines followed by the story of statement as. a matter of news "large majority and with little ef-tiI ; '
know what the'county money is beIng I fort, at that. As president of the Board'I
bloodshed, heart-broken wives"and expended for. It Is true that I of Trade he makes.a,splendid presid- is

i fatherless children and the other sickening there Is a law requiring the publication I ing officer. He is cool.quick of comprehension Plantation Chill I Cure Guarantor.dTo
i
details of the crimes ,that go of such :a statement annually i not easily rattled, and pos-
provided the cost does .not exceed
band; in hand with the drunken orgie. sesses that sense.of fairness and justice -
God" be praised for ten dollars and as this will not pay for all that will 'surely make him -
the day of better -
the cost ot putting it in type to be
say should' 'chosen he
popular he as .
things and Cur or. Money Refunded by Your Merchant. So. Why Net Try IT? orbs boo. Retail.
mad He keep us steadfastIn nothing* -the-space It requires, few,' deserves to be.-St. Augustine r -
the nearer doing of Ills wilL If any of. the papers in the state, Record. FQR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.



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Beginning Monday, December 31 we will inaugurate the greatest clearing sale of women's apparel" j


ever known in the history of Pensacola, and when we say the "greatest; you know what to expect The Ready-to- ,


} Wear Store was never known to misrepresent anything, either through the press or at the ,counter, so you may come


I to-morrow expecting to find a sale without precedentThe .



fact that this is our first season in Pensacola will make this sale of far greater interest to the women of Pen- :


I sacola than is usual. First, because all goods offered are new and of the very highest class, both as to style and quality.No .


shelf-worn trash, cheap-John: or re-shipped goods--none but the very best of material, best makes, are offered in "


this great Clean-Up Sale. To give you an idea of this gigantic sale,'note the following prices: i




Lot 1.-25 Suits, made Norfolk style, 27 inches long Lot 4.-Contains an Elegant selection of our Pony, Lot Embraces all.our Infants' Misses, and Chil- I :

Coats, of all wool material, formerly sold at $11, Eton and Princess Chap Suits of the very best dren's, Coats, which we will sell at sacrifice j ?

makes, formerly sold at $22:50: and $25, clean- prices. l';
clearing sale .. . .. .,. . . . $6.50
> up sale . . . .. . . . ,. $14.50 .
'Lot 8.-Includes 100 Walking.Skirts, made the very
Ladies' Suits of the best makes and ,
Lot2.-50 very sty- Lot Embraces our very best and choicest makes. latest--both in plain blacks, Navies and Plaids, .:

les, formerly sold at $18, clearing sale . .$9.50 Beautiful and-handsome garments, formerly sold .which are reduced .to $3.75, $5.50 and $7.50, '

Lot.3.-This lot embraces a lovely line of black Tailored for $40 and $45, clean-up sale .'. . . .$25.00 worth double. ':,

I Suits, in Broadcloths, Cheviots .and Unfinished Lot 6.-Contains all our Coats, both blacks and Lot 9.-Includes all our Misses' Suits, an elegant selection 3

mixtures, loose and semi-fitting, perfect models, both as to style and material. Ages 14,16;
Serges, lined throughout with satin, former formerly sold at $12, $15, and $20, cleaning-up and 18 formerly sold at $12.50 and $15, cleanup :

price $15 and $18, clean-up sale . . .$11.50 sale $9.50 and . . . . :. . $12.50 sale ._. .-...-. . . . . .. $ 7.50 ';




Remember, we do not intend to carry over one single winter garment, therefore do not miss this great opportunity. .



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MUCH BETTER LIGHTING ENGLISH CHALLENGERFOR I rate which the has most yet been promising made.*experiment I equally prevent yoked.the contracting Or rather of Inharmoni she would

I THECHAMBER H OF( English Cotton. ous and irrevocable marriage by instituting .,;
I While the prosperity English cot, probationary nuptials. She ,
ton has attracted general attention it would have couples enter into an >
< SERVICE IS PROVIDED THE CANADA CUPGlasgow has not been so generally noticed how agreement to try married life-for a y
I active and to a large extent prosperous given period at the end of which it l
COMMEnCE TO has been the jute industry for there were no children they might :..
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some time past. The Industry is essentially consent to continue the relationshipor .
arc light, but under the new contract Dec. 29.-Wodc has begunat ular months housebreaker to law '
i for the Scottish for while the Indian to sever it The would have
Contracts
i Board of Works only $80 will be paid for every light Fife's yard at Fairlie on a cutter carry on his nefarious business. fibre is used for, mixing with othersin I no Jurisdiction In opposition to the. '
used. The electric company also suitable to challenge for the Canada ; Drunkenness disorder appear to some of the English textile industries individualistic wilL There Is nothing
for an Addition of 23 agrees to furnish the city with four Cup. The boat is being built under I prevail to a very large extent in Scot it is practically only in Dundeeor d i i|I i radically new in this proposal. It maybe :
ornamental metal arc lamp posts to V MEET the American rule of measurement .land, the total number of persons convicted rather in the industrial district traced back to the Saxon custom ;
Arc Lights. be placed in the squares where lights which Canada has now adopted and during the year reaching 9t,- which has its center in Dundee that I I of handfasting which bound people to .;
are to be located. The posts are very which has been accepted to govern 678, nearly 3,000 more than in the previous the spinning and weaving of Jute is one another in marriage for a Tear
handsome and present a much neater the race for the Canada Cup for next year. carried on as a distinct industry, As and a day. Two or three silly seasons "
appearance than the poles which are Important Session of ,the year. The boat is to be sailed by I The' little towns with populations was recently remarked Jute Pay be ago the blessing of :Mr. George
Making a Total of 65 Arc now used in some of the* squares. Aemilius Jarvis, the noted Canadian I ranging between 2,500 and 5,000 seem called one of,the great assets of the :Meredith was obtained for a proposed
where lights are located. Commercial Body to Be helmsman and will afterwards be II to be the worst in this respect, the British Empire and It has been'added scheme of terminable marriages .
Lights at the Rate of By the action 'of the board yesterday taken to Jamestown to race for the record being =held by Blairgowrie that jute fabrics are among the under which people were to take ODe ;
the city not only secured an improved Held To-Morrow. Roosevelt Cup. The' yacht is a 27 I where one in ttfelve inhabitants was special assets of the Northern King another on a ten years lease possibly !
lighting service, but this was rater according to the agreement be- convicted of either drunkenness and dom. The relations between India and with a break at five.: The details were
$80 Per Year.A done with the amount allowed by the An important session of the Chamber tween the Royal Canadian and Rochester disorder during the year. Of the Scotland in this respect are very' not fully worked out but no doubt the
council for street'lighting purposes. of Commerce is to be held tomorrow Yacht Clubs and will be pitted large towns and cities Greenock close. Scotland depends upon India estate I''I would be asked to take over the
Location of Lights. afternoon at 4 o'clock in the against such New York thirties to holds the worst reputation, one in for the raw material and in the children in cases where the lease was .
REDUCTION OF $10 PER LIGHTON The lights will be located as soon rooms on DeLuna street and as there compete for the President's Cup. every twenty-one inhabitants having products from'it Dundee finds its most not renewed. There was this to he
as they can be installed by the com- are a number of important matters Criminal Statistics. appeared in 'court. Glasgow came formidable competitor in Calcutta. said for the scheme in a negative way
WHAT WAS BEING PAID- pany, as follows: to come before the body it is expected Burglars and housebreakers have I next with one in every twenty-.six in Trial.Marriages.The that by the end of ten years most
Plaza. that there will be a good attendanceof been very busy in Scotland during habitants. I dignified and sedate Glasgow married people have become recon j
WILL BE LOCATED AT POINTSIN Zarragossa and Commandanciastreets. members. the past few years. The criminal and I Glasgow .stillssuffers from this epidemic Herald had the following to say editorially ciled to each other's shortcomings."The .
The committee to investigate the Judicial statistics for 1905 just pub- and the authorities are' talking, upon the "'TriaMarriages" proposal of Irs.> Parsons Is '-'
THE CITY WHERE THEY ARE
Government and Alcaniz streets. service being rendered by the tele- lished show that while crime in Scof- I of taking drastic steps for the purposeof proposed by :Mrs. Parsons: much more daring. It smacks of the
MOST NEEDED.A Government and Barracks streets. graph companies in Pensacola and to land, taken as a general thing has stopping the crime. "The book of the hour in New Yorkis 'problem' novel and even of promns-
Romana and Tarragona streets. ascertain if a better.servi .cannot be decreased the number of cases of Unemployed.The one which advocates Trial Mar cuity. One can readily understand
Romana and Baylen streets. secured, will make its report as will burglary and house breaking have decision of the Glasgow Magistrates riages. The humorist who took excep- with what avidity,the Yellow press of
Romana, between Spring...and Reus also the special committee on 'the steadily increased for many years to dispose of the Island of tion to the phrase criminallawyer .New York has spread Itself over the
better lighting service for the streets. shortage of freight cars complained of past. Shuna makes the question of whether on the groundthat it was tautological topic. The papers are writing ].Ir..
*ntir<> city has been provided by the Garden .and DeVillier streets. by shippers and merchants. I If the period 1S97 to 1903 is takena or not it is desirable for the Distress might raise a similar objection to this Parsons up and the parsons are
Board of Public Works. At its meetIng Garden and Alcaniz: streets.- I 'total increase in this class of crime I I I Committee to acquire land for dealing term, averring that every marriage preaching her down: If Mrs. Parson i V
yesterday the board contracted Baylen and Chase streets. [:amounting to 47 per cent is shown with the unemployed one of immediate is a triaL "Marriage/ sententiousold .!has been merely a leader in-that seo, ::1I
with tha Pensacola Electric Company Gregory and DeVillier"streets.Gregory DeVillier and Belmont streets. !the number of cases rising from 3,200 practical Interest. Under the lady observed in condoling her I I tion of society which President Roosevelt -
for twenty-three additional arc lights and Alcaniz streets. DeVillier and Jackson streets/ ;I to 4,700. Roughly speaking only one Unemployed Workmen Act passed by 1'nephew ppon his engagemnt Is a trial]1:f has indicted on the charge ot .
which! are to be located in portionsof Gregory between Alcaniz and Ceval- To Erect Electric Signs. person is captured for every four the recent government permission was and an opportunity.* Upon these',marital irresponsibility and race snU i jr jrf ,
the city where they are most los streets. Permission was granted the follow crimes, so that the activity of the granted\to use 'the rates to establisha I I somewhat cheerless words of congratulation icide' her book might have been dis- V (
needed. This gives the city a total Gregory street, and Ninth avenue. ing to place electric signs In front of police appears to leave something to "Farm Colony," if the local gov- he made the flippant comment -1 I missed as special pleading for the relaxation "
of 65 arc lights and 263 Welsbach Granada square.' their places of business' Hooton's ,be desired. ernment board were satisfied that a! that marriage is a trial for the I of the marriage laws or as '-
street lights. Gadsden street and Ninth;'avenue. Pharmacy 50 lights; Meyer Shoe 'In most countries it is pointed out suitable site had been found. And man and an opportunity for the lady.I a piece of feminine nonsense. But h ;
[tn making the contract with the Gadsden street and'Seventh avenue. Store. 81 lights; Riera Shoe Company. this,class of crime is peculiar to the though the only farm colony hitherto It is the aim of Mrs. Elsie Clews Par I then Mrs. Pal'lOnsls not only the wife ;t ..,.
company the city secured a reduction Gadsden and Davis streets. 65 lights; Rosenau & Geralds, 21 winter season when the poor are most established,is.still like everything else I sons to limit the trials of the estate'I of a congressman but a doctor of :
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be ready for business Monday morning. We cordially invite you all to call and



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l WE WISH -YOU A ,HAPPY NEWYEAR i HEALTH ""WE':SELL IOTS" FOR RENT=From January J, 1907 the


| and much prosperity is assured.if you invest i $((1600-5 rooms. East Jackson St. --- double stores Nos. 9 and,
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Estate. ACCIDENT.FIRE ,
Real
| wisely in Pensacola T $1200-4 rooms. East Strong St. ,

Why not begin with one of the following bargains? :: $3750-& rooms, West Chase. $ 120-For-DeSoto 60x20-foot and lot."E"northeast streets., corner s. Palafox street, and warehouse in rear 40 by

and
.. $3000. :i, '((1400-5 rooms, 'East Cervantes.. $1500-West Takes-King both Tract.blocks 113 and' 207. 70 now occupied by Wm. Johnson & Son.

2 Beautiful corner building lot on North Hill., fronting:,south, near carr .I Ii $3500-7 rooms. North,Ha"L.'l ,
line. For Immediate sale s : LIFE INSURANCEwritten J4200-J-"storyC; modern residence on West F. C BRENT Brent !
North Alcaniz. Apply to Building
$2500. $4200- rooms Gregory'street, near Barcelona. ,

: Lot on North Hilt, 3 blocks from'water" tower A bargain. $((2500-- rooms North HI1L $10500 Elegant home on North Hill cor


|J Thirteen-room dwelling 2>/ stories$3750., on corner" lot, fronting south East i', FOR RENT. in the best-com-. bay.r.1O't, elevation overlooks the FOR Desirable offices in the Brent

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2 Hill car line. Immediate sale.' $3500 6-toom with 5 lots north- .
cottage
,t $1000. 6-room house,' all modern panics of the world. west corner Cervantes and Reus Building. -

4, Six-room dwelling No. 427 East Intendencia street.. A comfortable home conveniences, corner Jacksonand streets.

at a reasonable price. Guillemard. Start the new year with $7000-2 houses and lot 121x192! on East

V $1600.Onestory Chas,street, rents $42.00. '
7-room dwelling, No 523 East Gregory street, large lot, run i .'
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D: nno; through from Gregory to De$3350.Luna streets. sufficient protectionnoone $2650 fronting-room, East cottage public HilL square In 3 lots, also on'on corner carline Begin the New Year THE BEST YET!


Six new cottages on large corner lot. on car line centrally located In knows what the future -
w+ West End. A 12 per cent. Investment. Can make reasonable terms for LESLIE 'E. BROOKSReal $2400- -room, 2-story brick and frame

*+ qvlck sale. City Maps: i holds for: us. Happy Porcelain modern' dwelling tub and, corner.range lot go 70x132.with In Your Own Home We have for sale lots in block 13i

Estate price. King Tract at $100 each. $5 down anaS
Have you an up-to-date map of the city? Phone us for one or send $2.00 New Year. per month. No interest and no taxes
by mail. J and Insurance.Phone $3000-2-story modern residence East until paid for.

''J Rent Collections and Fire Insurance. 1 Jackson street. We have a nice comfortable how

Given especial attention. We solicit a share of your patronage. T 462. 112 S. Palafox. $2700-No.-- 1421 East Jackson street, on ,- North Coyle street. that we can seJ rZ
s car line send overlooking bay- with $UOO on easy payments.We ;
$ 700-Buys a four--room cottage
new house built for a home.
HOOTON & WATSON II summer kitchen on rest East at' Gregory.$10 have a nice six-room cottage
} HcDAVID-HYER CO. 850 No. 513 $100 cash the per y.1:!
$ -Cottage North tth avenue, month. large Jot on East Hill on car lint ;."\\4
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small but comfortable little home.
near, hard road that we can sal w
1 "'THE RENTAL AGENTS UP-TO-DATE. $t350- bath $3000. This is one of the best fcargabi
AQSnts New York Desirable building lots In every part of on East H roomcar line $250 i offered here recently. Will agree to car.::

:- REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSURANCE. the city. cash $15 per month. ry a mortgage for large amount of pur.
2-story 10-room house, with plot of Life Insurance Company. chase price at 8 per cent.
i N:>. 37 South Palafox St. Phone 54 i[ ground 140x200 feet, in excellent locality If you have property to sell now Is the $3200-For a nice new two-story home ofeight
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Established 1879. 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST., time to see us. as we have several cus- rooms, bath. gas receptionhall One hundred and fifty by three i-m!red
2 ; K cash balance on time. Modern Phone 7C9. Pensacola, Fla. tomers'wanting homes from $1000 up. etc., near car line. East HilL feet on Little Bayouwith two cottages

I wNN4NNNNIN'''''.'''...'.''''''.''''''' improvements. want Call up a bargain.or see me quickly- if you renting for $11 per month. $1500.

Ten lots on public square. near the
Price $5500 Stoddard property, very cheap at tSSJ

j HELP WANTED. ,BOARD AND ROOMS.ROOMS .
Ii L. S. BROWN & CO.

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-.targe first-class house oftwentyYe FOR RENT CHEAP-Two nice- FOR RENT.Two D. HALE WILSON
& CO.
\ Tears' fetaiMXiug.\ manufac- ly furnished rooms suitable for light
I tu\'i* a staple line of goods in constant housekeeping close to car line high and For Salle Real Estate, Loans and Insurance.
t daily ta*. fiats a good man to manage healthy. Use of phone and gas. Applyat large brick stores 140 and 10S. ( ) 200 Thiesen Building.
business. Salary $1804 314 East Strong street or phone 1213. Theisen 30 S. PALAFOX.
tip f, ,; l Joer>ra.-n v.fir.* wholesale. payable monthly together with 27dec East side of Tarragona street, between Bldg. Phone 918 Phone 686. STREET

fil, all e. *!rnea and extra commissions. Ap- Romana and Intendencia. Elegant location -
plii-ant mart furnish grad references and FURNISHED rooms for rent, with privilege PHONE 234
k JlM' c-t8h, ..hld1ts satisfactorily secured. of light housekeeping. Apply 254 for warehouse purposes, $35.00 MONEY TO LOAN.
5q Ad tress President.-% S. 6th St, St. E. Gregory. 27Dec2w 'per month for the two. $3700.For MONEY TO LOAN.
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ROOMS FOR RENT CHEAP-Two nicely block :210.! New City Tract between THOS PEBLEY-Money to loan. Up-
1i EXCLUSIVELY Wholesale : furnished upstair rooms suitable for THOS. PEBLEY. 18th and 19th avenue, North side of 13th:: stairs, comer Palafox and Romana Sts. MON2T LOANED OB real tate and FOFTSALE
and Retail Metropolitan Takin! Ma- light housekeeping close to car line high street. 8de 5 personal property on short notice.
f1\ eniw Co.. Jacksonville PIa. A enta.nt ahd healthy. .Use of phone and gas. Apply Terns easy. J. W. Bullard, ,28 ft South
- I ed. 'JdCOOllw a mo at 314 East Strong St. or phone Romana and Palafox. UNLIMITED amount of money to loan Pali-'ox Ut. Phone 1144
err 1213. r dec all kinds of personal property. Spe
MILK
WAITED Thoroughly competent book- $750.For rlr rates to business men on large loans. MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows COWS AT AUCTION
.fig kevr**' and ofHoe roar, experienced in FOR RENT-Furnished rooms with privIlege The New York, Loan Co. 204V4 South money from Jno A. HaD & Co.. 14%
'! lumber and hardware business preferred. of light housekeeping 212 WestGregorY. THOS. PEBLEY lots 16 and 17. block 100, New City Palafox. Phone 920.:: 22dec n Government S\. When' in need caU
Enclose stamp with references, stating 25declm* Tract, fronting south on Gadsden street w1 us. Twelve Cows-good milk-
8COP1Yta.b16.Vrite M.,. Co., 20 UNLIMITED amount of to loan
between car line and 17th avenue. money on
I 1 Whitehall SL. Atlanta Ga. 29declt- FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms suit- REAL ESTATEBOUGHT all kinds personal property, on short hONEY LOANED on au kinds of per ers-from,Wm. Ray's Dairy,
able for light housekeeping; 3ol Terms Get .
Apply notice. Easy. my rates before sonal property on short notice. Terms
. WANTED GOOD MAN in eaoh countyto West Chase street. ,%2dec AND SOLD. going elsewhere. hor91r.oan Co.. **gy. J. B. Gray-& Co. 2 W. Romana. Monday, December 31, at 10
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represent and advertise Hardware $375.For llS'/j South Palafox. > 23dec Phone 1185. Ifeb
Department put out samples etc. Salary FOR RENT-One large room furnishedor COLLECTIONSLOANS a. m.
, ::1. J51-00 weekly. Expense money ad- unfurnished. Apply 24 South Spring lots 13 and 14, of block 131. New I cAN LEND YOUR MONET at eight UNLIMITED amount of.money to loan
vanced. Dept. Ai'The Columbia House. street, only 2 blocks from Palafox. 19dec City Tract, on Northeast corner of 7th oar cent. If you have any that you ..n all kinds of personal property. Spe- McMillan & Turton,
Chicago. atdecU* street and 8th avenue. cant interest on. see me about it. It del rates to business men on large
FOR RENT-Rooms' for rent with privilege sill be absolutely safe on real estate J-ins. The New York Loan Co. 204% 120--West Intendencia St.
WA"TEDto! wash on premises of light housekeeping. Phone and PHONE 59. security. Leslie E. Brooks. Phone 462. :&vth Palafox.
for nB family. Apply comer Ce- Bath. Apply 900 East Jackson St. tdec
valloa Street and llttt avenue, opposite $1875For
r school horse ZOdec.() ROOMS TO RJiNT-Best in city. Mrs. M.
.B. Preston 12S& East Government St.9dec. FOR SALE. 60 feet on the North Side of Gov-
WANTED TI or IS-year-old boy whois ernment street by 125 feet on the east
not afraid of work. No cigarette side of Mascot street has a large 2- '
smokers need apply. M..I: O. Clothing ROOMS-Nicely furnished upstairs, convenient FOR SALE-ne 85 H. P. boiler and story store and dwelling house on same.' Invest In Real Estate
Store. 29dec to car line, with or without engine, with new saw mill .complete.
board. 1202 East Gadsden street Also one Perkins Shingle Machine with
: HELP W.ANTED-Wanted two or three Sdeclm* Bolters packers complete. Capacity 30,000
. flret-elaeA yellow pine graders: and two shingles per day. Flomaton Hardware Money to loan at lowest. market rate
fae&ers. Manistee Mill Co.. Manistee. NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS for rent Co.. Flomaton Ala. 30dec2t of interest.
Altu 2&dec with or without board. Table board. Mortgages on real estate in this city
Phone, gas and bath. No. 3 Palafox. FOR SALE-Horse and buggy and one bought and sold. Let Your Money Grow
,, WANTED JU bookkeeper. Apply by let 27nor fine mUch cow. Horse safe for lady or All of the Maxent Tract- J west o! "C"
ter at once (not in person). One ,who child to drive Apply to J. M. Williams, street now for saleFisher
. has experience In retail store preferred. ROOMS-Two furnished front rooms Opposite Jug Factory or phone 907.28declw. i
Please state salary expected. Watson. suitable for light housekeeping. Use :-
Parker A Eaese Co. :23dec: of phone and bath. Apply 822 East --
I Gadsden or Phone 897. 25nov FOR SALE-House and lot at 1013 East '75TH""' ,, A ; : -' \,
ANY INTELLIGENT: PERSON may earn Jackson street $1,600. Apply to G. A. ... .
$75 to SlOG monthly corresponding for Dahlstrom 1013 East Jackson street or Real Estate Agency IT 'r CAEr\t.
newspapers. Sure, steady work. No I 818 South Palafox. 2TDeclm- DEI 0 LQj : \ 1roito
canvaselBf.' Experience unnecessary. LOST.
Send for particulars. Press -syndicate.LockporU FOR SALE-A modern wonder. The me- COLLECTION OF RENTS A
N. Y. 2ldec3ra I chanical accountant saves men. money !.\
\ LOST-Pointer Dog. liver and white. brains. Adds, multiplies substracts. divides SPECIALTY. V [ill 0 [QJQ] 0 EE "
Small scar on Inside of left foreleg. ..;; .
WANTED-Manarer for branch office we I by simply pressing the keys. Easy ...;. : .
Stands 22 inches at shoulders.
wish to locate here in Pensacola. Address Answersto to. operate. Absolutely accurate. Two Phone 87. 206 S. Palafox St '. -- T .. ... \" ?. !ti" -
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sets dials by which can prove work as 't'
with references. The Morris I
Wicke & Co. 3Odeclw6 done. Has lever. Casts little. H
no but
: Wholesale House Cincinnati. Ohio. I modern wonder. Every office snouid have A. jojt0]I1oJlb' : f7' i.'

: lldeclm j LOST-Dec. X, a small round locketwith one. Terms. M. A. Co., Box 723. Pensa FOR SALE.FOR .. $....
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initials "Q. A. D. engraved on cola Fla. 22declm. 'l: .. \ -.J }
''i TYPEWRITER OPERATOR WANTEDto one side. Reward for return to 810 East () '[ i< ... I -.4 :-
take dictation from oboe graphophone. Gadsden street. 29dec3t* -------QJ" (} ref f
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FOR SALE-Two launches: one 26 O.-A. :.OPORTO 0 rE"9 ? r x' -J; :
No knowledge of stenography 6% feet beam; oak timber; white cedar ,. l. ( ..
j needed. None but expert operator need LOST-:Out of maD wagon the 26th Inst., planking; copper fastening; equi SALE-Two-acre lot with store, : /.. =' <;;:.
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apply. Densmore machine used. Apply about : o't m, between depot and an 8 H.P. 3-cyHnder. 2 cycle Wolverine 20x40 at Falco Ala. Price $:75. Ad- ;cI ,2,," ,,8 / ,' .rtJ.. .. ::,1
I In person at once to The Clutter Music postoffioe case containing R. P. O. engine. She has half-cabin.: Speed 7 aZ dress J. T. Clark China, Ala. SOdeclw > > I I 1\\ I : -.er' ) \;;'?' : '-<.' ;:.' .,.';:.:. : '
i House. lldec supplies and some personal effects be- miles and in fine running condition. Price (ffiIID'1 < g. _. If l"-"" ; -/.'.. j
:1 longing to J. H. Jones Jr. A liberal reward $750. Also one 19-foot launch: 6-foot FOR SALE-Lodging house Corner Pala- !, I / -,.; ; -- : ; '
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: I will be paid if left at postofflco. ; engine, copper fox and Main known as Dunn's Lodg- jot 1
29dec2t rJJ.ln1LOOdke working order. Price ing house. Good investment,. good busi ; r.
} WANTED. $150. Apply King & Runyan, Pensacola. n1SReason for RUing no time to give LILQJ:1 Ji QI] 0 J 'L-j, 1ft:8 :
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ESTRAYED-Sorrel I mare mule about 15 "- lidec business proper attention. For partic- : .-;; '
1! W NT1tDressma1tln of any descrip hands. Left Sunday. December 23. Re- ulars call on H. Muller 400 South Palafox ,
I tion. CaB at 815 East Gadsden. or, ward for return to Pensacola Livery FOR SALE-Two buggies very cheap. St. 30dec / ,.4 J' (..;? ........ 1 r'. .
f, ph Mil. Mrs.: M. J. Lcsrter. %29declw Stables. 28declw* Apply 104 East Wright street. 16declm [ dIfr1i' [ ( f(37 rt....: f .t

TIlE PUBLIC to know that the B. H. : LOST-Christmas day one plush buggy FOR SALE-200-arpent country place 7 FOR SALE Good turpentine place at bar- it> t.o' .."tt-' .., 'Y''r
Fairchild Co., is now prepared to renovate robe, block on-one side, with bright red miles from Pensacola, short mile west gain. "Plenty" of timber and hands. Ad- J.... 't-...";-}..:, '[d'C" .
an kind of mattresses, pillows and flowers on other. Lost either betweenSL'JIichael's of Olive station and postofflce, known as dress }I. Box 135. Panama City. Fla;; e' : .
bolsters in first-class style and at low- LaRua cemetery street and 9th Reward avenue on 7-mile house on old Jackson road. 30 acres 23declm I Ie II[ (' j TOLEDO e Jj r:'f'1J i '

est prices. Ring up phone 4S5. write P. Gregory* or for fenced and cross-fenced with woven wire .. :
return to. 510 North Baylen cleared TREES Shade, ornamental or fruit treesof ,. $ ": '
O. box 483 or call 15 East Garden street. street.27dec4t- fence balance partly partly fins ST tfQ .
upstairs. 9declm timber. Fine oaks, pear, chestnut and all kinds; also hedge plants furnished '
t other trees. Stream running through: and planted by S. D. Jackson, on terms frQl fQ f l ff.Q\ : : :-- \ 1 a -
ESTRAYED Fnom Bob 0
j ANTED-Some one of means who will llollno.- Dec. 2one MeLaughlin'sstable dark chestnut many springs on place; also hone buggy, to suit purchaser9.! Bet' reerencE'S. Ad- L.j:::;: 'f' .
S. D. ackson. City 5decl--- :I--
dress '
care for and educate bright boy 14 sorrel horse, roached tail mane, front harness, wagon and farming tools; 31- T ; :
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years old. Apply Pearl Eagan Home or feet shod; also bay mare bobtailed. about room houses. 1 50-foot stable, with two
5 Mrs. Wm. Fisher President._18nov four years old. Any information sent to rooms; 1 25-foot barn and other out- FOR SALE-Pointer puppies beautifully ( oILoI1oITo0 0 ] 10t' 1
Wm. A. Trimmer Molmo. will be paid houses. Suitable'for sanitarium country marked. Liver and white. Royal Jln- L LJ '
t, WANTED-O.il' kinds beer bottles. I pay for if it leads to recovery of horses. Bob club; factory, brewery or stock farming. gos Sam June 22. Sold one to L. S. : : : ; <.
16ze.. I hanalc all trading brands Reason for selling owner has no one to -' ; _
McLaughlin. 27dec Brown. W. A. McCreary. Evergreen Ala. ;ejSrM
of wir.C4. beers and whlsk4, and still manage place. Great bargain as -Investment 23d ec 1 {:'O\- 'I '
.1 manufacture that weil-establBh corghmedicine LOST-Lady's purse, between depot and or for one looking for good farming @] 0 :[2] @] 0 ; : '/ :;111:
Joe Rcth. corner Tarragcna Spring street on Belmont Contained land. For particulars address E. W. :
and Government S's. lloct Pensacola, Fla, New SHIP CH.AND.ERS-lIcKmste Carting f '- _
another small purse and $20 gold coin Peake Laundry '". ,. .t. R': ,
and several bills. Reward for return to building. East Chase street. idee & Co.. wholesale and retail ship chandlers I t "
,I TAILORING-B. I*. Diamond. TaUor. Miss BeU Roade. 317 North Spring St.2declw. and grocers. Only first-class house fQlDA Js:1: I @j'I 0 l f' : kr
Gent's clothing cleaned pressed and repaired FOR SALE-10.000 acres round timber I of kind in city. Fair prices to all. 0 II0 ] { :, ,
:j on short notice. NO. 11% West land 12,50 saw mill timber and sawmill 1 1 g.: 0 t; I -;'
Oovemnnmt St, Pensacola. Fla._ LOST-on Monday, December; 24, a round 32-room hotel at a bargain. Several FOR SALE-At a bargain, a barber's 4..Nf ," -. So?' It' ...' : >- i ,
WANTED-A. R. Bingham wants gold pin with monogram. M. L. B. Re- good farms and town properties. outfit, good as new one first-claw .. j4fci -
<. your ward for return to E. ,S. Bonacker 22H Write Gentry & SetterUod, Chipley, Fla.SIsept. ; .. .,- -r *. .
moving and hauling. H. guarantees' barber chair; one dozen excellent razors @] ]@ @ 0 0 \ .'!. <* <,
Government ,
North street
I all breakage. Phone 630._ room 10.27declw mug brushes and combs. Address I sawr -# ,.
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The Merchant Transfer ; : I
WANTED- Co. I I'AN.uLCANAL EDITION of The;

'brelo.kq8 Proprietor.wants your guaranteed.Phone moving>'g. T.and B.hauling.Thorsen.All HOTELS.THE magacto Journal, containing magnificently scores' sf illustrated views of FOR Cottage SA.LE-Barp.n Hill Fla. in Terms 6-room to snit cottageat One i [QJ0 '@] [2] 0 ', "-. >- y : .ri" r.-

!J the city and harbor. F6r ale -.t an acre fruit flowers and garden. Address u .
I I book stores or at The Journal offlc; By '- r ;: : .p. :
Basil 5declw
A1Io"TED-AU kinds of electrical work. Egbert :
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1 TASKER HOUSE Marianna, Fla. mail 20. cents. Ilsett rr\I *\ \* ,4 -
I sell all kinds of electrical batteries I MA'iAnA ,1.--1 ., -a
f and other electrical supplies., When you centrally located. Rates $1.00 to" 8Ufper i I '0 0 !. / **
need'me ring JiS or 9!>i. R W. Peake day. Transient Wilson Tasker, FOR SALE-A fine 'tract of land near If-ife--
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New Star Laundrv" Bldg. 15. Garden. prop. 28dec :
ii 'clt,. Part heavily timbered; part MISCELLANEOUS.MATTRESS ) .
cleared. Call phone 285; or address I f)1. ii -
1102 .. .
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:ANTED-Second-band sacks of an de- HOTEL MANHATTAN-European plan. 0 or'. 0 P' U' --- -}
1 ,Bcrtptlons wantedIf out of town, ship New management Remodeled and refurnished East Gadsden. ISnovUn I FURNITUR.E1I&ttressetl L.-:: :: .... > '
I them to us; if in town, ring us up at No. I throughout Rooms single or AND -. ;
1 them at comer of ensuit with private. bath.; Electric bells. CONKKi'S celebrate Boup Cure, Cholera : made to order and also renovated '. : .. .. .
t f""raserand Alcanlz Sta.uFs. 6. MeUen ft Sample rooms. Upstairs corner Garden cure, lice and mite killer as well ; new ticks furnished. New and J 0 J CQJ [QJ "' ''' "" -
Co. 2Sjuiy and Baylen. Phone 1528. Mrs. E. M. as an unexcelled Egg Producer. Allguaranteed second-hand furniture, modern or antique .. J' -
: Proprietress. and splendid bought and sold. Davis Manufacturing
McBrearty. ::dec a grade of I
wheat that will make your fowls lay. F. Co. 114 East Belmont street.
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FOR RENT. LOCKHART HOTEL, Lockhart, Ala.. S. Mellen: & Co. Pensacola, Fla. Phone Phone 771. JinovMISS
new management newly renovated, 334. 7nov

FOR niCXT-Partly furnished cottage at tions.nice rooms.Special Bath attention and to all traveling accommoda men. on LEILA hand.REESE Orders has taken fresh for cut special flowers For $225 you can buy a lot in .either block 164 or '167 (those 'darkened), for $25

FislxTville. cos to electric line and Special rates to weekly boarders. J. FOR them.SALE Two-Come cheap nick horses If two you want good. occasions. Phone 282. ISnovlm CASH AND $10,PER MONTH. No interest to pay-no taxes. It will take you 20
with tint( view of bay and shipping. Very RoJgers. Prop. 38nov

winter.Ultsiu'e. for Rent light$10 housekeeping per. month includingcity for the e 1 BROWN HOUSE-DeFuniax Springs all ones I have and one left high-class of the car saddle load I horse got last is., WAGON are now AND in cur CARRIAGE new quarters.SHOP 214-We E. months to pay for a lot. That is nearly two years. Before that time you will be able to

water. Phone 649. 30dec3t* I Good bath beds and airy sample rooms,rooms.elegant meals; Monday.buggies I also in good have condition two secondhandtop for sale! Intendencia and prepared, entrance to do everything also at 215 in Romana wagon, sell at a profit, should you desire to sell.

FOR RE..T-At. Big Bayou, 7-room. J. free attention to traveling men. Rates Special$2.00 cheap. T. E. Welles. 15dectf' and carriage building and 7.repalrtngifocKATTRESSES Better than selling, you will own a home site in the prettiest part of the.citdose.
story house Bath and kitoben. all furnlshtJ per day. J. K- Brown Prop. I' L. Herring Phone 923; '
; $19 per month; also 4-rooms kitchen FOR SALE--Just received fresh flashlights to the car line and 'close to the bayou. t"
and hall unfurnished. $17.lt. Fisher HOTEL SOUTHERN Open all the and launch batteries. Phone, RENOVATED-New tick
I Real Estate Agency. 206 South Palafox. year. American and European plan. 345.B. W. Peake New Star Laundry I furnished if desired. Guaranteed. Car. This is an opportunity that,you do n6t have every day. We have sold a good many
ledee rfttes. taken up and matting laidLeave
summer First-class building. pet
Special
respect Pleasant and conven-in4ery orders at Watson Parker Reese Co.'s. of these lots and they will soon be gone. So you had b tter'1uv now while !they last.
FOR P.EN"f-Two nice double stores on ient. Uts. T. 1.. Bowen Prop. Pensa FOR SALE-One tine wall Case, 25 feet Wesley. Duncan. ?sept
East Intendencia street,. between Pala cola. 1"1&" .. ISapr long 8 feet high with ribbon case 10 Time will come when these lots will be valued at a thousand dollars. or more a ICH-
fox and Tarragona.! Inquire at the Fisher feet long, separate. Will make fine display :MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP-Willie '
row Estate Agency. 22novI 'BAY HOTEL-Open night and day. European case for any kind of merchandise. Mims. Proprietor. Furniture repairing Each' lot 40x137} -
p>an. Rooms light and clean Apply to E. L. Reese 17 North Pal&fox.20novlm. of an kinds carpets laid furniture '
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I 1 FOR REVT-A.tR.s Bingham has storage Transient trade solicited. (75-579 South packed for shipping. Phone C. Send in your $25 now. *--: -," ; *-
room for ;; for funiitursor I Palafox. ,.ToS.. Nicolau. Prop.EDUCATIONAL. Next to Tampa landing. 22aprflH.
1 other goods. 104 and 106 South Tar- FOR SALE and immediate delivery one .
U rsirona street Phone I3.FOR automatic tandem compound center I ALFMAN-Tin Copper and Sheet
crank steam engine of about 150 Iron Worker; cornice work and sky-
i power and two return tubular horse-I lights a specialty; roofing guttering and
ADOPTION. inches diameter by 1C feet long. For full repairing. 109 East Government opera
particulars apply Stone ft Webster Eng. I', hOUSd bunding. Phone 560. Residence P. UESTATEAIiU'INSURANCE
t MISS GEORGIA SE. SmA. graduate of Corporation. Box 830. Pensacol*. 14nov I phone. HIS.
FOR ADOPTION-One orphan boy. 7 1, Knox College, 111., and Ferris Kinder' LESLIE E BROOKS
1 years old. Will be given for adoption parten College )It b.. will reopen her FQR SALE CHEAP Almost new Mehlen i J. H. PORTER wilmaker 714 South 112S.PALAFOX
to rt'ponsiblepartles... For particulars I'I Kindergarten Dec. 31st at her home. 812 & Sons piano in handsome rosewoodcase. : Palafox street Orders taken for tents. PHIM462. 1
,*nply Pearl Fagan Home, or Mrs. Wm.FUhr 12th street" Terms: lIe per week or $1.00 A bargain. Pianoan be seen ; awnings camp stools and house cots. ,
: President. ISnor per month. 'Ddeclm- by caQlBC at the Kandy Kttcnen. aoc::.: etc. Prices reasonable. ljan


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I II I Salle0 o. UNWflITTEN LAINERMANY THE STANDARDOIL SHIPPING __ NEWS I The' New Year Is DIRECTORYPROFESSIONAL.. ;.-( -.I I




$2500-Nice home, large front VESSELS IN PORT. DR. ALICE N. HERMAN. 'i
reception ha" and large I COMPANY Stca *. Gradual of the American <
lery.back hall running through -Anna. Aust, as. Redaselcn. 1029. Guada Chiropody, of Dallas, Tex. All sore 1UD* ); >
situnjr room.. two loupe to Gulf Transit Co. ions and crowing nails removed wiU*> ,
Urea house bed rooms dining August Belmont Br ss, Clarke, 2967.' Rapidly Approaching out pain. Manicuring: a specialty. '
room and Newcastle to Gulf Transit Co. Room JOt Brent Building. :,
conned
and sanitary -Aristea. Aust ss Dasulicb 2254. Philadelphia .
room closet and to Gulf Transit Co.Buctruingter '
linen
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tons large W. B. BARTON
butler's pantry, back porchlatticed Young Girl Kills Former FRANCEISE E .Br ss. Iladaway, 1297.' .
In. pas throughout Fare to J. A. Merritt & Co. .: ..
house. corner lot 64X157 Capers, Ital ss, Castanzo, 321L :Messena which is a reminder of the fact that Attorney At Law. : T

house outhouses is new and two barn.blocks The Employee, and Then to'Cycle.Gulf Transit Br as. Long.,Co. 2227, Rio Janlero tOJ.1 this would be a good time for you Offices-Fl.h.r Building Palafox street. '.-,
Will practice In an the state and United '
Gull
East Hill car line. Transit Co.
from Commits Suicide. Earlswood. Br ss, Feya, 1480 Tamplco'1 to start 'a summer's bank account State Courts. Twenty-three years' ex- --. _
Granting the Company the to J_ A. Merritt & Co. I perieneeT.
Kill, 2-story 11- ,
$14000-On North for the children. It's the
Hornsund Behrens,
room house on corner lot195x155. Ger ss, 1609 : gateway:
It has reception Privilege to Constructa burg to master. G. YATES. MiOptician. D. ; l'
hall parlor library dining Hamburg December 29.- evenge Irishrook;, Br ss. Kerr 19S ,- Ham-i -
butler's Pensacola Lumber Co. TO THE ROAD OF SUCCESSStart
room kitchen and pan bathroom is the motive of a desperate crime Glencoe Br ss. Cooper, 1839. New "
try linen down room stairs billiard committed by a girl in the office of Spur Track.The to J. A. Merritt & Co. i
-Louise Ger es Heibeck. 1Z12 Gulfport,I the account with five 306 Thiesen :!:
room. and 5 bed rooms, bath Herr Herman Oetgen a young merchant to .W. PowelL one or Building.
room and stairs closets is finished up-stairs.In of this city a few days ago. Ships. dollars.FIRST Twenty years'Specialist.'' experience as an Eye 's= ,

hardwood Down floors. This is an Neighbors had seen the girl who following ordinance, granting the Avantl. Nor stilt;}, Anderson 1C4S, Lon, Examination free. 4
entrant home, with every was of unusual beauty waiting for Standard Oil Company the privilege to don to order. :
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modern convenience several days in succession in the construct a spur track is now before the Ferreira. Port si Barros, 508, Lisbonto 00000000000000000000000001 t .:. :
City Council and is ordered for master.
street outside of) the office. It soon information: published fiarbinger Rus s'b. 1399 Algoa Bay NATIONAL BANK oL.C. PHILLIPS, Ph. .. ;
100 ,
North HilL
$2600-Corner lot on to '
master.
became known that she
side of Barcelona was a former AN ORDINANCETo
East -
feet on street one Work from clerk of Herr Oetgen who had at onetime Be Entitled An Ordinance Granting Bremen Hildegard., with Ger 1,004,266 ship. Bolmdorf.e ft lumber 1610.; for for. Homeopathic. _- i1
.ar line. This Is a beautiful declared himself in love with the Privilege I to the Standard Oil Company Brake with 1T5.917 s ft lumber. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.M.I .
I building site. to Build a Spur Track on Tarragona -* Ingrid. Nor ship L"-nnelL 1260 Ant- PENSACOLA t F'LA.I Office and Residence, 12 N. _

i I II her.She was"noticed walking irresolutely Gadsden street streets.between Cervantes and werp to McK. Oerting & Co. 0 Hourst 9 to 11 .. t to 5 p. f

i I John W. Bullock Jr. to and fro in the street. Suddenly Be it Ordained By the Mayor and AlThild. Swed bk.Barks.Svensen. 1332, Dur- Designated Depositary or tie United States. 1 Phone 63. j ,
she turned and entered the office with Council of the City Pensacola: ban to master. 00000000000000010000090000 E 1
Section 1.
That there is
j hereby granted -
Campbell Nor bk Hausken. 1100:;
I a firm step. She opened the door of to the Standard Oil Company, its suc- Stavanger to McK. Oerting & Co. I W. H. Knowles President. W. K. Hyer< Jr., Vice-President and CasMer. Frederick Au fetd. F. M. Blount. '
Real Estate and Mortgage Loans Herr Oetgen's room and in cessors and assigns the right to construct '
an assumed Nor 1526, '
i Charles Racine bk Waage
Thos. W. Brent Ass't Cashier. W. N. Roberts Ass't Cashier. AUSFIELD & BLOUNT
maintain
I voice called to him. He and use, a spur track on Genoa to master. _
was North Tarragona street between Cervantes Directors F. C.Brent W.A.Blount W. H. Knowles W. K. '
Hyer.Jr.. .
Room 302 Brent Bldg. Phona 637. I dictating letters to a girl typist. and Gadsden streets In the City of Oustaf Ado!!. Swed bk. Sjobers. 1468, D. G. Brent. Architects i ,1-:
Bremen to J. A. Merritt & Co.
He rose and vent to the door and Pensacola, Florida; said track to begin Hereford, Nor bI;. Jensen 1330 BosarioHeimdal I 312.314 Brent Bldg., 43 Moses BldgMontgomery -. '
from a point on lots 16 to :0, block 89.>on
I instantly received two bullets from a to order. Pensacola Fla. AU. ;
property now occupied<< by said ,
company
bk. Hensen Hunto
Nor 1354.
revolver, falling dead. The murderess thence running southeasterly to the trackof .h -
crying, "This is the Louisville and Nashville Railroad i order. WM. A. BORMANS j
M. A. BAKER & CO. my revenge" fireda Company said Ingebiorg Nor bk Eid, 1250 East Lon "
across Tarragona street tointersection
third shot at the typist and missed.
MANUFACTURERS of North line of Gadaden don to order. l Architect and Superintendent 1
Raising the pistol to her head she Isabel Browne Rus bk. Lindquist 1231
street with Tarragona street as shown
Seamless Stills Office -305 Brent ,
Building.
Turpentine pulled the trigger and 'fell lifeless! by the plat attached hereto and made a Hull to master. '
Phone 823. Fla. '-
Pensacola.
the part of this ordinance. Lilla. Nor bk Aanonsen IOU, Santosto DECEMBER 3J-INTEREST DAY .
Pensacola Fla. across body of her victim. i "
order. I
Sec. 2. It is a condition of the rights -- .
and that said Lysglint Not bk. Hansen. 1332. Swakop-
privileges hereby granted
_7. AMERICAN MAGAZINEHAS spur track shall be so constructed as not mund to McKJ Oertlng & Co. Is Your SECRET SOCIETIES. '
Maria Ger French 1922, Money Drawing 4. ? t .
CHANGED to interfere in any way, or impede the bk Kings per cent ,
HANDS traffic of any part of saki streets, and Lynn to master. PENSACOLA LODGE. NO. :3.Pensacola. t!
the said grantees, its successors and assigns OlivarL Ital bk, Costa Genoa to or- Lodge, K. of P. 1
For 30 Years jt Was Leslie's Popular shall at all times keep that portionof der.Ophelia. IF NOT meets every Monday o.evnfn: at TJO t
the street between its rails and for Nor bk Larsson 1127. Bahia o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall
Monthly. eighteen (18) inches on either side thereofin Blanoa to Gulf Transit Co. I over Pou'a stable West Intendencl St. '.:
Ida M. Tarbell, whowrote Lincoln the same condition and repair as the Pallas Nor bk. Johnson 1219 Plymouth Visiting brethren cordially welcomed itl
city shall keep or cause be kept, the to A. Zelius. Open an account in our saving and H. PENNARD. C CL "
and the famous "Story of adjacent portions of Jos ;* and Phyllis Nor bk, Gabrielson, 332. Belfast department, H. HORSLF.R K. of It. & S. '.
ler," William Allen White, ROCkefel-1 I whenever the city shall pave, or grade, to McK. Oerting & Co. }you'll come in on the i interest proposition at the end I
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known or otherwise improve the portions of the Robert Scrafton. Nor bit Morthensen DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA
Kansas editor F
P. Dunne
; ", streets adjacent to said tracks., the said 664, Barbadoes. to McKenzie Oerting & of the next quarter.AMERICAN. Naomi Lodge. No. 10, Daughter of
creator: of "Mr. Dooley; Ray Stan- grantees shall at the same time pave, Rebecca, meets Monday night at '
Work Tested and Guaranteed. Co.Superb
All We nard Baker and LJncola' Steffens are grade, or improve in like .manner the Nor\ bic, Ullch 1934 Antwerp I o'clock m L a Tel! F. hslL Visiting ..
trite ror prices. can
us interest.you.MCMILLAN space between the rails or said track and to A. Zelius & Co. sisters cordially la-rlted to be resent
I under the leadership.'pf,John S. Phillips for eighteen (1SJJaehes" 'on either 'side Teresa Urugfk. Estrado, 1932, Cienfue- NATIONAL.BNK- MRS. J. T. PULL1AM. N. a '. i...
,,noc. /,editing The. ,Aaierican'Maga- thereof. That'the t 'erights gos to Rix M. Robinson. MRS. HATTIE NEVILLE Sec. .
Sec. ir and privileges Uniac, Port bk Cachin 89L Rio Ja-
zine.Never hereby granted shall be subject to existing niero to master. RATHBONE LODGE NO. 30.
BROS.CO.COPPER before has such a brilliant I ordinances of the city 1lisaS; i Schooners. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF THE UNITED .sT jlS., Rathbone .Lodge, No. 20. Knights of .t'. :!
group been gathered together, and reasonable regulations as the Donna Christina Am sch., McLeod 165. ... Pythias, meets every Thursday nigfct at' '%;
they are'nOt-only contributing themselves may require, and as the .council mayprescribe. Belize to master. OPERA HOUSE BUILDING Castle Hall Members of sister lodges
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I and visiting brethren cordially
Barkentlnes. Invited
but are -filling' the,magazinethe Sect 4. -The said track: must not be Allanwilde, Am bktn, Grace, 664, Mantanille to attend. J. M. ROPER C. C. "
1URPE't -very best novels'and short stories I used for the storage of cars and ears to master. We compound Interest' at 4 per cent., every three-months In our SavIngs c. J. LEYET. K R.8.., t

'and great timely articlesby' other shall not be allowed to stand on same Beatrice Ital bktn Marchen, Savona to Department
1? 613SO i except for such time'as may be reason- master. M. E. B. A. No. 81. meets first and
famous writers and beautiful, pictures ,ably necessary to load and unload thesame. Thyra, Dan bktn Rasmunsen 260. Bar- third Wednesday evenings at 7:31 p. m- .
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.by great artists. adoea t to orders Rafford Hall, No. 10, Westlntendencl* 'aJJeOL
I : Sec. !5. The said track shall be completed .
A Great Bargain.The .
I within one year after the date of SWEENEY sue.Pres. ,
I regular price -for the twelve .ne-fassage of this ordinance, and all' the Neither CREW the NOTICE. THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
numbers of: The American.(Magazineis i rights and privileges hereby granted, unless norConsiffnees Captain.of the Owners steam- PENSACOLA LODGE NO., t O. O. F. l'
W sooner forfeited shall continue for Pensacola Lodge. No. 4, L 0. 0. F.. _
$1.20 little it is fora & ship Capera. will be
enough as but I the term of twenty-five years from date toe debtscontracted responsible PENSACOLAA meets every Thursday evening at 7.30 :
limited lime you canget the 1'0vember'al.ld of the passage hereof.Sec. .- the Crew of said vessel.I by at the new hall on Belmont and Baylen
December' 1906 numbers, S. That this ordinance shall take G. COSTANZO, General Banking Business Conducted on a Safe and Conservative streets. Visiting brethren cordially tn. .
M effect immediately upon its, passage and vited. B. R.
fJIDRfI-F I TH WITKOVSKI N. G.
GULF TRANSIT
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with CO. Captain.Consignee. '
MITHSI ,ALA. WORKERS I a full 'year'sUbscription for approvaL Basis. A. KERLE. Secretary > ',;
,1907 for a dollar, or .
---- ---- I 14 Numbers for Only $1.00. Real Estate Transfers.The CREW NOTICE. Correspondence Soiicited--R. M. ,Bushnell. Cashier. w.o.w. 4.
Think of it! Think of the Neither the Captain. Ownersnor Lire Oak Camp No. 1, W. O. TT.
qualityof following is a complete-list of the meets In ban
Consignees of the British Pythian the 1st and 3rd
reading you get for $1.00. Think Real Estate transactions for the past. a steamship Irisbrook will be Wednesdays in each month. Visiting
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MARKET REPORTa'annah. '. of the 'quality-at least two great week as furnished Co.: by the Pensacola" Investment responsible for any debts con- J. & 'REESE .R. M. CART J. W. DORR. W. R. QUINA, tlvereigns, cordially. Invited.F. ";

novels, 9S short stories, 28 poems, 70 DEEDS. vesseL tracted by DONALD the crew KERR of said .- President Vice-President. Cashier. Assistant-Cashier.' LESLIE, E. BROOKS.A. BOOHICH Clerk. C. C. J.',

Ga.. Dec. !9.-The naval timely articles 800 beautiful picturesand December 20, 1906. Captain. THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA. ".,
3.'W.14yer-
Union Naval Stores Co. to Joppa Lodge No. 6. I. O. O.
1V\V.t.>rt's..market........closed......:.to-day.......as....follows....685: How all About for $1.00.Your' Winter ? All of lot 1, Sec. 10, Tp 1 N,- R 30 W, 'l3acres51t.OO. PENSACOLA LUMBER Consignees.CO., CAPITAL. 100000. SURPLUS_RECTORS AND UNDIVIDED... PROFITS $25,000. Joppa Lodge No. '. L O. O. F.F., meet. :'

v'Q ...............................66 Cat: this offer out, write your Reading name K: J. :!Whitmire ct al to J. T.' -Harper- J. J. HOOTON.. R. M. CART. L..REEVES, Rafford every Tuesday Hall Corner evening Baylen,at 7:30 and o'clock Belmont at a. '

: :::::::::::::::::::,::::::::::..:.:::i ii and mail'address it. with'on$1.00.a slip" Send of paper it now-and ft Santa Sec al-Rosa 2-3 1. Tp undivided county.:1 S. R 29 Also interest and all 30 Beeler in W,lands also Grantin all in THOMASTOWN.Special General- W. ,A.Banking D'J\EMRERTE Business merits,Transacted given J. S. REESE Special and Accounts Attention.Solicited W. DeC.Ships'KESSLER.A Disburse. Sts.C. L.Visiting WTLK1NSL brethren Secretary.. L.cordially SMITH.invited.C. N. O..

of Bepler Grant in Sec 21 and 29. Tp 1 N.
today-before the special 14 months'offeris
Is R 30V.. 351 acres more or less$5000.00.Geo. 1
I' !; withdrawn. Send it by check Priscilla Moore-Lot 5, J
5 mmmjrrmm.mm.m.m :Moore to Pensacola St. Andrews and .
.:. ) postal money order or a dollar bill, block 132, East King Tract east of Tarragona to The Journal R., S- CAn President JNO. B. MASSEY; Secretary.,
1 at the publisher's risk, to The American street$70.00. 1 Gulf Steamship Co. 'i
c .. ....... .... '....'.... ,.4 10 Magazine. 141 r'ifth Avenue, New Aiken-Lot Mrs. Anna 53.E. block Chipley 11 to, East Elizabeth Pensacola Gait had Thomastown dull Ala, Dec.in 29.-We little O.A.R.-Y CO. STEAMER TARPON.W. ,
Christmas
a our

very
Spirits 67% Q. BARROW :
Turpentine cents. York City. Tract-$1.00 and other considerations. Msttsr.
J. J. Ilooton to Oliver Jones-Lot 11, town although we had as good a Wholesale and Retail ,. FIRST-CLASS. PASSENGER AND ,
Pensacola Cotton Market. block 107. East King Track east of Tarra- Christmas as we expected. All the Domestic. Anthracite.and FREIGHT SERVICE I' ._
The following Pensacola cotton quotations BIDS WANTED.Bids gona street. little boys and girls had a very jolly Office: 43 S. Palafox St. Te 372.COAL. -Between-- n
are furnished by J. P. O'Connor & John N. Day to Mrs. Pauline Dann Yard: Comer, Tarragona PENSACOLA. MOBILE APALACHICO 1
OF.. O. B. cotton brokers Pensacola. I will be received bythe, building heis..er-The south 50 feet of the north time: Christmas eve at a Christmastree Streets. Yard phones 6 and LA CARRAB.ILLE, ST. AN e '
Florida: Committee of the Palafox Street Methodist Pensacola Delit'i<.'9.telyOIF.U.kkb31o.xSf : I given by the school. DREWS. MIH.VIULE.And : ;1
lxl Middling .10': Lot 1, Old Jl.OOO'' an points on St. ;:.-ew_ Bay Car. 1
Church up to January 1, for removalof 110 or Arpcnt City- Mr. and :Mrs. G. W. Davis visited
Strict Middling : ::::::::::::::::::::::10 the LeBaron house to the corner of and other valuable considerations. rabelle and ApalacNcota .
Ji.'dling ....,. ,.................. 9 i Belmont and Guillernarde streets. Address Pensacola Development and Construction their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and SCHEDULE. r-
Etrtct Low Middling ................. 9% or apply to A. M. lIcllJI LL.\N., Co., to S. B. Norwood-Lot 11, block :Mrs. G. R. Davis Monday and Tuesdays Leaves Pesaocola Sunday. 8JO p. n, .: -;
Low Middling ., ... ..........., 8% 2Sdec4t Secretary. 145Beach Haven Tract-$35.00. i it /"The( Leading 3 for 25 cents and 10-eentstaight; Cigar for Leave Mobile.Pensacola Ala. Tuesday 8JO p. m, "" s k

.-a_ I, There wa Sat -an- entertainment given I for St. Andrews. MUlvlIle Apalachicola..
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. C. S.: Sold in the. United States. Carrabelle and Intermediate points. :

4Mt 4. ErWrnrh. r.yrc WyE> E W 'E E; EW v H'5H.E4" EE fE'.E 4i'H. :: E E 5 Galdins Wednesday evening. It was F For additional. Information J. R. SAUNT3ERS.aunty to ,, ":;
ew.w. srii6w .Mu u+w.Neuor wuultx eaudwr aa Gvaumleua oxwx quite a success with Its charming 0DE E .R. COBB President. ,< :.t Y:.
young ladies. General Frt. and Pass. Agt. Pen
T '
sacola. Fla.
Prof. E. M. Kelly Is upending the

# Rt holidays with his mother and fatherin C GENERAL ARTHUR -
THE NEW BAYSHORE

iF ThN a 'what you will do ifyou I :Miss Birmingham Nettie ,Fair Ala.Irvin, one of our SCHEDULE t !

i assistant teachers is spending the I ,1
holidays with home folks in Selma, (Effective Dee'31. 1908.) :, :b.

start the with ..Ala .' -- Pentacola-Fort SUNDAY.Barranca' 1,
new year I Mr. G. R. Davis. spent Tuesday with l tlc- ., Leave Pensacola. Leave Ft. Barrancas. ;:1: -a.-
his family. 9:00 am 10:00 am
.f } Mrs. Rainey, our music teacher, is 11:00 am 12:00;: pm L i" '4 1!
1:00
Mi.Mr pnt 2:04
pm
JjT one of our Hart, caner spending a few days with home folks %:00 pm 3:00 pm ;.::

T in Selma Ala. 3:04: pm 4:00:; pm !i '
-Mrs. Callie Ray. of Selma are visit- 4:00 pm 6:00 pm

Ll; Ts ti Marx suits. E Ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs W. H. 5OO pm pm". 4:00 7:00 pm pm

Helton?of this city. 16:00 1-

R.j 07t iMr.. John Prather passed throughto Pentaeola-Ft.WEEK DAYS.Barranca .

Myrtlewood Ala., ,one day last Leave Pensacola. Leave Barrancas.
;
*4 week. 7:16 am. 8:00am tl"t
t:5 am' 11:00 am ,_

There's nothing like making a good start. It $100 REWARDA 12:60 3:50 6:00: pm pm pm $2:00 7:00:10 pm pm pm :; '.

e! Wit 8:00 pm '':00. pm s
,
argues well for the future. Now the time E reward of $100 will be paid for Leave PensaooU.PencacolaBl9-. Leave Ba7"** .Big Bayou ,

the arrest and delivery to the Star fi:00 am '::20 am j
** !;I Turpentine' Co.'s camp, west of- Pen- 7:00 am 7:39 en
ats\ to make good resolution. Why not favor sacola of the negro convict Berry 8:00 am 8:39 am 1
9:00 'JO
Frank Pensacola Fla. am : am "
W Bowden, who 'escaped December 28, Reilley. Agent 10:00am 10.30 am '. L>j

f us with your continued patronage for clothing and whose description Description.is as follows: 11:00 l:6pm 1:00: am -'. *' 12:30 11:36 lJd pm am t .,'j'

pm pm

1:1 hats shoes neckwear underwear shirts Negro Berry 5 feet Bowden 10 ,inches alias weight John I:::;:;::;;;;;::mmm IIHmmnlmmmmlmnnncummfmt;;: :: ; ; :: ; ; ; :; :IlHm 3:00 2:00 pm pm '- 3:34 2:39; pm pm 0> .

King; height ; e 4:00 pm 4:50 pm .
*E 1 about 168 pounds; build. medium; age ll. 5:00: pm S.:21). pm-

.,;,. collars, etc? Wishing you all a- "Happy New 6 34 black years hair; ,carriage black complexion erect; brown medium eyes, I. "Jackson Square Coffee 8:00 7:00 6:00:; pm pm pm 4:30 6:30 7:30; r pm pm>m ,. I

forehead small ears, flat nose, very Ii IiThi 9:00 pm .. 9:39 pm "
i: Year we are large month, some Jaw teeth gone 10:00 pm 18:3G pm il
short neck HI 11:00 pm '11:10 pm %
chin sloping <
i'E short e S'1S.the .Coff ee to drink three times: a- Pen 3.COla-BII" Bayou same as week '"1
Born at Forsyte, Ga. :
shoulders. HI day except that first car leaves city at t r;
length of feet 10 3-4 inches.: Vaccinated tt day*' 'Your grocer will supply you. Rer I 'lLm.-Saturday only. .* \ i

a ,
on left arm, large aeund scar on N '
E left breast"caused from burn, scar at .member, the. price is only 25 cents. If

WHITE & ? I1X -E corner of left eye, scar on.back of left N i' CREW NOTICE. t '.

OUTFITTERS f,elbow: Neither the Captain. Owners f .' ,

'I Escaped Friday afternoon December -( >| IMPORTERS COFFEE COMPANY, Ltd., jh nor Consignees Anna. will of be the respon steamship -" 't, ".
%8. Reward of $100 will be paid I
slbfe for debts
.
YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY SACK .. vessel.bl; i h
y ; for his return to the Star Turpentine I 4 the Crew of said I f
NEW ORLEANS LA. u. S A.
.r iFHE LtE0 Co, Escambia countyFla, west of.I I Itm G. REDASEIC .t'
'* ( GULF TRANSIT CO.. CaptaJa. !E
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PAGE EIGHT. THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNdAY MORNING ,. DECEMBER, : 30, 1906. I II

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.1.1Begin TO EITERTIIti r 1


I X M ,New Shoes New Oxfords m


the CRESTON


y y New Year | Just ;Received. L. J JOur |


CUE.He ,. I

;:. _-J/ ? With i Suit.A aNew .- L J stock of Dorothy Dodd THREE SHOES FOR MEN I N ml


a gt ( fUffi Shoes and Oxfords has .
Will Be Seen Here for I IBene'fit j just N

J d select the suit I that stand pre-eminently above N

from our'mammoth of ,Elks and Is been made anew,by recent shipments all other popular price Shoes.rJ

.. To Be Banqueted.Creston A)
# assortment. ,It only I of this famous, Shoe. Give fj

Clarke, who is a prominent
takes ten or fifteen EIK, will be in Penaacola on Decem-lID order before the Jas Means Crawford r3
us sizes ,
ber 7, and will play "The Ragged your 3y

dollars to get you a the Messenger"auspices in of the the opera Pensacola house Lodgeof under, i broken from 3U

good business suit Elks. II are $2.50 to $4 R lSfon's Health, m
t..:
The local lodge is making elabor- uu
;1 e % ate preparations to hold a special session ua tJu
a and one that, will on December 6, the night before '-

\ the play in honor of Mr. Clarke and Evening Slippers Just Arrived. from .

guarantee, the proper his excellent company. Ibis promises m ,. ; .. 8 8fj
to be the grandest affair that :
., appearance. the Elks lodge has ever given'in this iiJ Oil colors in French Calf Kid and -- ,<- ,
,__
,
city. A fine programme is being prepared fj

{ : 'ah and for a the banquet occa Ion.will also' be arranged Silk Moire at popular prices. $2.50 to 500. : ftft

xx "The Ragged Messenger" is said to
be one of Mr. Clarke's best plays. In
fact, the papers throughout the country -
have had a great deal to say I There are more Children wearing Budd's Baby

about Mr. Clarke's work in this particular -

THE JOHN WHITE STORE piece.favorite Mr.in Clarke Pensacola is ,a particular and f Shoe than 'any other one make in this world.

there is no doubt but that the house N
will be crowded to its capacity on the Hi WE SELL ALL THESE BRANDS.
Specialists In Men's and"Boys' Wear occasion of his visit here this sea- n
The will not be raised,
son.
Phone 225 105.2 07 PALAFOX but will remain prices the same as in the

tions.case of' the other first class: attrac- i Watson Parker & Reese Co. m

The ladies of Pensacola will be asked
by the Elks to assist in entertainingMr.
5f 1 Clarke and his company at the Everything to Wear/' fUeaaeaaeaaeee222eaa2aaaaeaaaaaaaaaaaea2aa22aa22a2a222

New Year Ball Elks Club room on January 9, and
some special invitations will be Issued
for the occasion. Committees
have already been appointed, and

f C.. K. of A. HALL sides.It preparations. are being! made on all 'i

r. r will be remembered that Mr. POUR CHilDRENi BOOKSIf

Monday Dec. 31st 1906 Boucaire"Clarke last in year which played he made"Monsieur one of r Notes of the Sporting : orldl
,
tiie greatest hits of his career. The are an old and highly esteemed
play he has this year however is of Mr. John AVanamaker. or if
Admission 35 said to be much stronger and ,better i Messrs. Brentanos. or of a traveling book
Cents.JOE TO DE GIVEN agent it would of course be bad taste
suited to his talents.
upon my part to urge you to sever your
Racing.C. eon made for the galleries that they connection with those gentlemen and
SANTO. Floor Pensacola Lodge No. 42. F. A A. M.Regular I trade with tae.But .
,
Manager. communleati\ n -, J. Fitzgerald of the Brighton! have commissIoned'the firm to prepare if is simply a matter of assort
i kola Lodge No. 42, F. &.fZi7.. Beach Racing Association has just models of the schooner Lavlnla meat Jt prices, then I am Justified in

) i......... ... ......................................I 8 o'clock.Thursday invited.Visiting January brethren 3, at fraternally 7.30- TREAT T returned from' Canada where he spent which In was 1871.the American cup- challenger urging Taylor My source your Co. patronage very of supply large Is wholesale the Baker booK i;

SOLOMON.T.. ,B. HARVEY the holidays. :Mr. Fitzgerald, has The motor boat race from Miami dealers, of New York and I can furnish
: the B. M. W. M. any book or edition from stork
Begin of
New Year RightBuy Secretary. been appointed president as well as to Nassau N. B., will take place on 4.000 books or from New York my, as cheap.Iy .
general manager of the association. February 8 next. Sir William Gray- and quickly as anyone.
the : c :: :: :: = :: will"train John 'W. Wilson of the Bahamas is
Wife a Present m Presents to Be Distributed Durneil who governor
i Nothing but books but aH
i kinds of
taking a great Interest in the race.
I SAGE LEAVES.Special Gates horses this season has been books.
. that she would appreciate more 'than [ To 100 By the Salvation lavishly buying yearlings in Cahfor-' The course is 160 statute miles. The
has provided suit
department
a
anything navy
i nia. In he
else : one day purchased sever-
that could be given her. It is I I for able escort for the tiny fleet
al highly trained youngsters $7-
to The JournaL Army. HARRY T. HOWLAND '
i 000. Gates horses will run in Durnell's Boxing. ,
A GAS Brent, Dec. 29.-This was Jack
COOKING
RANGE : Frost week at the wintry exposition I name and colors this season. Young Corbett and Tommy Murphy Manager, De Luna Book Store,
r i Sir Tattan Sykes the well known have signed articles for a six round
It will in Florida. Half 'a dozen consecutive
lessen her work i One hundred children of the De Luna St. Phone 1191.
every day in the year, and days opened with frost while heavy' poor English sportsman recently paid $2%,- contest at the National A. C. Club,
,.; Z save you money in fuel. $12 and $13 installed. A i ice was formed on Monday and Tues-, city are The to- be Salvation made happy Army New has Year'snight 500 for the mare Adda by Gallopin. Philadelphia on January 9. They are
ar-
:; : New day mornings.We j At the same sale Newmarket Eng- to divide 70 per cent of the gate re-
Happy Year.Pensacola ranged for Christmas
a tree on that
will that-this signal land, M. Edmond Blanc paid 20,500 ceipts. Both are in excellent condi-
I, t hope is a ; date to be given in the hall at 30&
; : for the return of old time normal i West Government street, when pre for Rondeau a, six, year-old" mare by tion and the contest should be a good Remarkable Case
: 1 seasons, when midwinter weather I ents will be distributed): The officersin Ranald "
i s Company came about the holidays, after which! charge of the work here have been During the five ,days of the New one.Battling Nelson is going to Europe .
milder weather gradually lapsed into I market sale the total realized the of
i arranging for the event for several where he will join his trainer Billy HypnotismVast
,a Phone 148. 24 'Garten Street. spring.It days and a big tree has been secured large amount of $625,000. Most of the Nolan. He will be accompanied by
; i.-- i had been unusually warm be.: on which gifts for the little ones will lots were yearlings and brood mares. his father whom he intends to startin

[ .................... ... tween the first killing frost in November be placed to be distributed when they Joe Jones; the jockey, has signed a business in Copohagan: his native crowds awed by -
- 'and this Christmas freeze. stupendous
p -y reach the hall contract: to ride for August Belmontin place. It is not improbable that Nelson -
H Clopton Bros. made a planting of In order that the children may be England next year. Mr. Belmont will do some exhibition work In array of extra-
I KNOWLES BROS. Eclipse Beets a week or two after entertained a special musicial programhas will campaign a stable of fifty horses the
cities.
big English
CONCERT f OR THE the storm from which they have been in ordinaryHABERDASHERY.
in addition
.tl Insurance. been arranged which"will be par- England to a formidable Another fighter has been"bust" Joe
marketing freely. Considering that ticipated in .by, home talent. This string,on the local race (courses
Grim who told In Pitts-
w CHILDREN;) OF MARYIT we had five consecutive weeks with-, will ,be rendered before the as usual. a magistrate .
( FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT, MARINE. gifts are burg the other day that he was scoop-
and don't this
out rain no irrigation
t General Agents! of distributed and promises to be a Jockey Davis is now in California I
ed of and
$150 in a poker game was I
beat all? :
; The pleasant feature of the entertainment.No I I exercising horses'! He will do comeheavyweight clean broke.A Displayed in show window
Equitable A has been added to
WILL new product I
BE
HELD AT THE C. K. : names will be written upon the riding as he cannot
; LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF NEW their agricultural industry the past gifts, but each poor child who attends I l I make less than 105 pounds. testimonial will ,be given to opposite the postoffice.STONE .
YORK. OF A HALL, THURSDAY, JANUARY I week. They sent me a, fine sample will be presented with a nice present.I I The Coney Island Jockey Club announces Terry McGovern who has gone insane
11 309 South Palafox Street. of ice cream produced from home- The public is cordially invited to at the In Madison Square Garden, New
I closing on January 2 of
j 3. made ice-raised on the model farm. tend. I York January 23. All the leading
the Subuarban Handicap and 22 other
We knew there were ice plants but boxers will at me benefit in
appear
Following is the program of the! these things come to the Cloptons as stakes with an aggregate value of addition and MOULDER OF APPEARANCES.
GULF CITY COFFEE CO. I to many actors professional -
''', concert to be given on Thursday Jan spontaneous volunteers. : $184,500 to be run in the spring ,entertainers. COME IN AND GET
1 H. P. CHIPMAN, Manager. nary 3, for the benefit. the Chil. II The quality of the cream Is up to II! McKINNONVILLE.Special r I and fall meetings at Sheepshead Bay.
1 dren of Mary's Library at the Catho the highest standard produced from I The futurity valued at $50,000 close Managers of prize fighters are make HYPNOTIZED.Just .
t Ecasters, Blenders and of I
I ;I Shippers lic Knights of America's Hall at the factory Ice-bergs. on the, same date. ing it their business to bevery: careful
m., sharp: 8 p. Wilford B. :McMillan and family Yachting. in- their selection of referees. It
f Fine Coffees Overture-Miss Mlle WilliS came out from town and took Christmas to The Journal. Four yachts are being built in is not a bad Idea. The men most In Received.

(I'' OUR COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL Lillian Jacoby, Mr. I. J. Diaz,;Mr.Miss A dinner (with the sage) at Com McKinnonville Dec.. 29- Christmas i Canada to, compete for the Roosevelt demand are Jim Jeffries, Geo. Slier Imported U cat>nl. Sweet Oil Cheeses
1 GROCERS GIVE THEM A TRIAL H. Diaz and Mr. Bertruam Coleman. missioner Clopton's. is now a' thing of the past and ito I Cup at Jamestown Exposition. They Eddie Graney and Jack McGuigan. rwil Pickles sauer Kraut. Mackerel,('r.,'d t
Fish Feet. Onions. ':>
: Pig Spanish
They ran to the Union depot t i all 27 footers. Sporting men who make it their
Vocal solo-Miss Missouri Caw- was spent very quietly here. Except are Bread, French Navy Bread. Everything:
--. thorn Miss Allie Wlllig, catch the 7 clock train out. and then for the occasional firecrackers and So highly pleased have the members business to keep In close touch with frOth and new.
: > Instrumental solo-Miss accompanist had to wait about 2 long hours to geta roman candles one could very easily of the New York Yacht Club the boxing game cannbt see what Witch Hazel }1.00 per r a lion.
Allie Wil
.. Us. good start. have mistaken the day for Sunday. been with the full rigged model of chance Herman has in his bout with I Marine Grocery Company.V. .
t. Recitation-Mies Vera Fulgham] The farmers are drawing on the Mr. G. A. Lynch of Enon happened bnamrock II which,the designer, Wat- Joe, Gans on New Year's day. Herman J. VIDAL. Manage-
Violin railroad company for damages, sustained to the misfortune to get his house can well afford to look cjcap as --]
solo-Miss Lillian -----
Jacoby by the fire which broke out and 8.000 is the loosers prize.
contents burned Christmas
: Miss Teresa Jacoby night.
Work Hard Song and dance-Miss accompanist Viola Koch from drouth.a passing* train during. the The origin of the fire is not known, Asked if Jefferiea really intended togo HICKS'CAPUDINB

Miss Alberta Massey, accompanist: THOS. MCMILLAN. but the house is supposed to have ANEW: YEAR'S Into the ring; again Billy Belaney
a Recitation Miss Erin Robinson. I caught from the chimney.Mr. said 1 don't know about that If his e
Vocal solo-Mr. John Conoly Mr.I and Mrs. Emmanuel Grubbsof he better 'get a move on mighty tMDiJQILT OIlS
A. H Diaz, accompanist Dias, were visitors at the home of RESOLUTIONStop quick. A fighter can't stay away HEADACHEStrounCOLDS
For
::1. YourMoney Selection from Ennlne-Quintette_ The secret's Mr. and Mrs. Pierce a few days last from the game as long,as Jeff and expect -
Recltatlon-Ir. S. J. out.It's week. experimenting with unknown remedies to be ,as good as ever. If hedoesn't I
Harvey. i ana stick to the Bitters.I It ..
has a In. t.1a H.
Violin solo-Miss LuTleyne Ful no longer difficult to get good Mr. J. S. Jennings left Monday to 53 years' record of cures back of it. hurry up and make up his I 1fUUSlt.lt: ittntSun
ghum Mr. A'H..' Diaz, piano Mr.: I. i' spend, the holidays with his family at Therefore make mind there is little use of his try I
: is I
that if
whiskey will
9i' J. Diaz, violin }; you getaway Gonzalez.Mr. ing. __ 3
accompanistVocal -- -
? solo-Miss,Nellie Baker, Miss I I from the habit ,of taking A. D. McKinnon and son, Clifford Hostetter's I Miscellaneous.John I
i 1 1F 1I Alberta Massey "any\old thing" that'i handedout. l went to Molino Monday.Mr. .
accompanistRecitation the distance
I Daly, champion i
II
-"The' II That's about what Wallace Murphy went to MOo Stomach Bitters
I Soul of the Vio you get I I of Ireland who Is now a resident in Typewriters.
lin.Cornelia(By Bass special Miss request). Miss r, when you're served from the bottle lino wim Monday relatives.to spend the holidays, I your family medicine from this time New York City has gone into the sa j.
Lurleyne Ful without a brand-usually a whiskey forth and yon have the best for rurinv loon business. i
:
No doubt you-.do, and gham violin obligato. .I I Messrs. Pleas. Dawson and David Dyspepsia, Indigestion; Costiveness. Colds J 1 I l I Archibald H Douglas the star I W* offer the below
f Piano Duet-Miss Irene Cecil Pi n- that is short on ,quality, but Tate of Molino, were welcome call- or Female Ills Get a free ropy of cu ri I half back of the navy team has been
I
in spending it and long profit. ers here Thursday. :1907 Almanac from any Druggist. CHEAPSteam's :
you ney Miss Lucille Lurton. on elected captain for the season 1907 I $100 MAKE TYPEWRITERS e

t'l should get all that it will Miss li01-1907-Miss Bonnie Katie Cussacks.and Next time be sure to ask for Wednesday Misses Mary night and Ada with Fleming friends spent at I I He is an all round athlete being a i Visible (new) ..'........

buy. We believe a single Haynes. MARK ROGERS-look at the Pleasant Grove. crack baseball pitcher and possessing WU'iams. (re-built) ............., i
I Vocal solo-Miss Missouri I .
examination of our'Suits thorn, Miss Allie Willis accompanist Caw- bottle and see that you get it. Misses Eva and Ada Waters of great physical strength. He Is also' Densmore Smith Premier(practically No.4.new....)...."...' ,
of the
president class
"Zacatecas" Quintet te. Then you'll get a whiskey worth Clear Springs Ala., ,are spending ,a which graduatesnext Remington No. 2 (re-built) ..". ., )
Hats, Shoes and furnishings while-with all the purity ando .. few days here with (fjienda.: !. The season.
,
age Harry Vardon, the champion golf Also for ten days' delivery w c _.
and the prices will | CARD OF THANKS. Miss Tiny Silcoi, of Pleasant I New Century. Fox Fay-Sholes,
bouquet that a good whiskey must 'player is .
planning
a world '
tour. He
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f Being unable through sickness t Grove spent a few days of last week wood or any make of tpewriter.L'
convince you that there meet and thank in person the firemen 1 have. Do this once-' with Miss Ruth Fleming.; I ChristmasWash. i'I will visit South Africa Australia. machines also for rent.

I i is a positive ,saving of ZI who labored so efficiently in savingmy -=. 1 then you'll get the' Mr. Wm. Jackson, and family of Tasmania New Zealand India. Eng -
house Mrs Allan Pow I I I land. Canada and back to the United
Christmas night, and ,those Enon visited Mr. and :
) our good money here. tt who so carefully handled and saved habit.MARK ROGERS Wednesday and Thursday.Mr. I States.
I \\;invite you to call., e my furniture. I desire to adopt this U A. L. McCallum spent the hol- Wm. J. Shettlesline has been reelected PensacolaTypewriter
can be had at all good president, of the
means of expressing! my gratitude and idays with friends and relatives at Philadelphia
!. ( r appreciation.Had .. \ places, but you may DeFuniak. Send the soiled Christmas baseball club. Catcher Doblin has

it not been for the untiring have to ask for it. It's Mr. Lee Waters spent last week linens here to be signed for 1907 and JadUitecn >has Exchange,
. efforts Ala signed to help out Doblin back of the
perseverence and persistency worth while. with relatives at Clear Springs 20 E. Government St.
: of the firemen, the cool judgment and I Mr. and Mrs. Willard Crabtree, of washed and returned for'the bat. John Nauer, a pitcher who did i -
ij providence of ,my friends and neigh i Molino are visiting Mrs Crabtree'sparents New Years' spread. I excellent work amongst the up state --
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hors my house would have been to-j taLtrrearrwukeiccaar Mr. and Mrs. Fleming.Mn clubs last year has also signed.
II'H 0. ANSON day a mound of ashes and my household -] Henry prabtree and daughter, I! To put Columbia's crews on the Florida and Alabama ,
The Star Steam
effects a complete wreck.' I "B & B' Miss Mattie passed through here a river last year cost 8804. To meet
Again thanking one and all that _, few dt!:,s ago en route to Bay Min- this the receipts totaled 8570. LAND COMPANY !
CASH CLOTHIER were engaged in rendering me assistance "THK COAT BIG BOC3TJATLAHTA ette Ala. :Laundry I George Bothner and Denis Gallaher ,
, : 'I, take ;pleasure In, signing Mr. Robt McKinnon spent Monday will meet In a $500 wrestling boat Manufacturer of :
Corner Palifoi and d 37 E. Garden 8t Phone 114
Uah. In New
York
myself, in Molino. a', on January 11 i i'I. and Dealers ia {
J I Yours with gratitude I Guaranteed under the National Pure Mr.: Thos. White, of Enon, spent 'Pensacola, Fla. ''I. The Texas baseball league has placed LUMBER SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES t
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RUDQU'U tt.' PFEIFFER.. I Food and Drugs Act. .Thursday here with friends. the salary limit at 1500. AND KILN DRIED SAT.

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Has Been Unearthed in a o /! I' Y "< geR Days Under French

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FAM..NE.!. CRIME, AND HU I /; I. r j, J 'jfr rli tr Ii I M_ fi I
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OF THE WESTERN CONTINENT PU2f.: I I.W r /, I I Z .- / $ tfJ5 :
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Matin has been filled with alarmist
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cablegrams from America. If these '*
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vy!' at in New' York. harbor: The recta 1 /1" 1/1./ ( .,p'jitJfTJUI I 7.." cablegrams were to be '''believed warbetween"JAmerica"'and"Japanwould '-
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seizure of a quantity of valuableS I :;;. 'J' : ba.
\nan lace in a bag of peas recalls i I 'f9'1h. '-I-
I only] a matter of weeks. To
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seIzure of over fourteen pounds I :/ __ -....::!! ,!Ii ..
t plum some years,ago in four bags / z..If., :(J ': I M '::::: l' lean this would all seem very dread '-
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ot ice imported .from. Japan. There I r A ''lL' I J 0 R 4h/ 1J 1v..z 1-, fuL But people who know the Inner .,
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'fed quartermaster cf one of the I workings of press polemics In Paris; ?

wets' Known, liners told me a few; daysa I TlfE'JIl4W.jJ, : J:' / ;.ll ,_. ;:t C\ <; find another explanation. M. Bun n..

-a: hat on his ship an assistant st2- .- a ,.
? I. ;: Varilla, the of the :
w"each tap smuggled; uj>,:ard3 of I j. tJJ r ; proprietor Maria ,

ill ;.0 worth cf uncut diem nd3from AjbP A ". ;r-: ( r"' .r4.Ck }JU) ". was the man who engineered and carried ;

U ian An hoar before the saTi! :f Su 'I 'Ir'} P.:7 'ih. 1.--. '.- q..s II ::00. UA A'Irr... <"I'! through the revolution in Panama

.t:' ship! in London; a'man who purI ':; .. ::=: y' which gave the Panama canal to-
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red to be bio father, would c<-. i3 "'I mE the United '
pc I In ;... W ET mf 1.sy 2I States. He was for many
on ooard with some underclothing. i months the diptom&Uc representativein

a lece ',of brown paffr This tne Washington of the new'Republic,.

ass jtaut steward would 'carele Ygrow : ..' fJi." 0 : -- .1.1 :: ) 1'f'J. and afterwards negotiated the sale ot

;!: on the deck and would reek Jve ... I.;': ( "',.. ., (' ",-! ... I' .,. # I I II the corpse of the French canal to the ;
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:from the man a small jar of Heaving ', it; 'l'r ....M.,..?4 ;' American government But twenty:
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:::?tto disarm suspicion a m1.u' 1 i _e J FArtU years ago M. Bunan-Vanlla was the
; concealed I : ", 1Ir I
: .J The diamonds! were _"."" chief engineer of the original de: ,
in fh- paste but the strange part cf [ scheme and t
.r. m .u///u//.9" -" Lesseps daring the years
the: storY is that the jar was bunk always and t 1 J : _< CTA11OO'. THE'PA1SJ jrbG OF NnTVv>CO D(, /:) when French gold was pouring into,
man's THE.R
!tat carelessly on the ; s. -ITM StY the Isthmus he became a millionairein
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occasionally used by his birth mate ... 1h A S'-b tiP.17IItii ..IJ "rrl1 r pounds sterling.

On arrival In New York a shoemaker t ,lover
Since the United States took
use, to come on beard for orders for ; 1 the work on the canal M. Bunan Va-

repurs. The assistant: steward had ij I nlla has foreseen a return of those
El'/I
always some work for the supposed happy days when irencu' engineers

heels shoemaker qf the and boots it"a that;; in the the stones false rye VP 1K : rt( A' / !IIff: :r .; will :again Matin tackle has published the canal a series problem.The of.

ashore This jr-
their
found way game /17/ "--" ; '
/J I.I -t or y (1 articles proving that the American
was earned on f"r five! years to sue ,'" \. '. ., CO : company in the three years have been

tesstully uat.( the mao was able to f/ .:... n ,:' v ". :", 1 r /' 1'lO'; ( ';; < at work has not "accomplished one- S
fach \
retire last 'z.and purchase a ,
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tenable! :" :"l ia the ,West End -cl ._, ; .:-.. _':I'" "' '" ... .: :L II! t <_ f. !iJ, ; ,, ,. '/ ;J ': ..-', "' HI-- J. fortieth-under of the the-French excavation regime.accomplished If then

London: iTv information" describes ,.fir ); \ \ c:2.:: ': \-, : ", .t:: the 'absolute necessity ot the canal
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how opium; is new.: sajtifglsd Iujgtvthis. .... :'L-.: <" o"z\ can be borne in on the American .
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'IOUJltry by st'el 3,. :-;! .,_.. f! i--' peepie
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making fortunes at the baslaczs.;: A' I '" ,..lL A11 :tr\ ; =
engineers"again becoming paramounton
fin! of soft tobacco Is half packed
the Isthmus are increased.
\ th the drug and handed over to I Jr" \ .\ : /.. __ The naval strategical value of the
azents wa'tirc! for It here The Jfflffl \ ,.tr -v k; ,r.rl.. '" I :
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fim has ft;v; to be struggled out of ... !';. \\ 1fIj 9 iM'j\ f 1 G. .
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.... the United States. rouble e with the
a preserved flung fish In which its
Atr t4 \ Ali r Japanese would be the first of '
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gone through the ship It Is transferred 'fil. ...Q ''' V, I.' I..J! / : J
K": / "-'!: \ JI"7'o':; JiJ1t head Is "rubbing in" the dangers
to the tobacco tin and so finds 19!: I '
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wen, of the opinion that the leper ., # ; -_. ._ =" Children of Emile Zola.
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talon in K'ackwells Island
had been
1f 1 : -'fi4' in which: Madame Zola applies on behalf 3
iViiished but It has trans .JiJ.
years ago "
'-pJ( that there are at present tentrunate t ,\( r>-./ /rOl C bt .. A /' i Olt fANDEliac1 J : of Denise and Jacques Rozerot, ''f
:;:; .J7 OoJlrr/i... I { ;J' ..... 'J -na I aged seventeen and fifteen for li-
human houssd i in
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t. tale. It has been known for
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come to heir relief. Thcujjh the = \ 'l\it\.: \ (J
years to all who know' Zola but it -
has
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disease Is not now classed: as ,conrag : p t '1 ; l7iDlq 'J i t
j f'J. /1. been made publIc. Now It *
!Out! the existence of this leper colonyn never
Lir I has Just been brought out by the
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York
harbor, which can be : '

denbed: as the gateway of the country ., c : \\\ \ ,. !.,.qDi Ar.'"\f_) lib!+ I '\ / / I Paris press. The two :young people
Y. are the children of Emile Zola. '
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a plague spot should not be allowed ---=- I / JI 1'f. /'
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,. j": childless has watched over het'husband's
to pain! one minute longer. An E.1i- : : :
nen, authority on the subject has f. if'I ,wf .. ::: ''U ... ; 17" i children for many years. ;

: .... \ The son followed hIs father's funer-
stated that I leprosy follows the lepers ......:; J -- j
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:and does
net exist in races where .
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then> nt''p.r has been any ccntactTitn : ... ;f I : iI .1' : action explains In which Madame cf Zola's generous the I
course
it'JprTo: show the Beat dan: 4: '" JJr L, ZRVST i :' mother of the children
-r'urb! exists: owing to Vcw York's 4 C. p.-rl ;; t\ J( l the license concurs. When e t
has
1-1"' <*">lonit can be stated that il !z / / -J"P: TOIE s 1 been obtained Denise
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f7-1 legally be called
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Table! Bav which is 74.: .z.r 'dlp ) F .0' ,
Denise
: In '' nm it. k Emile-Zola and Jacques Emilc-
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C.1I"ltlwlpeop1ed with leprous norson. jf.} "
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i PRA f/DElYT '' Zola and the name of the
Y/f1T1' man for
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Laugh four miles from "
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Town! t fcis been the means cf spread i,y t. a PA1 Alt : / ; ( iltlSoM n1' / : :-=n=- 'c i"I t\ 11 r whose memory :Madame Zola entertains
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tat 'the} dire dfcease all over South I 't D-ti dth n& ... an unfailing devotion will art
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M!"-a Dr A S, Asme3.d. the au- Ill\,\\\ ,, ;' if. '1W, says she is doing what
he himself would wish. "Unforttf-;
Oitto:
which I refestates that
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l1'fin d cases of leprosy in New I would desire. Six month, Jt' r

York' and that a well known mreRh: WORD'S LEADING EVENTS OF THE OLD YEAR. appears must elapse before the application -'

of tai "400' tic victim of.the 'dread can be formally received .

SCoa f' After that 'my children' must wait a
t i whole year before they can bear their

Jf,"nh Sheelv, tall, gaant and found to be armed with either pistol i of tiny globules called "myelins'' their eyes on the society columns of}representatives this 'week in Washing. REMARKABLE VOYAGEOF then father's name tenderness Between for them this and
my
near I
will
tied looking with no home, or stiletto, and in some cases with which are now believed to be the! newspapers and make notes of the ton and submitted an interesting teach them patience Denise
J"2!" t into a city police! station a few both A large force is to be organized I primitive form of true soap. It is the I| names and addresses of persons.who I statement regarding the camphor industry A BOTTLEIN girl of seventeen who Is is a tall!

) ago and asked to be locked I of town. When a says the Tampa Times. busily study
ui and all houses suspected only pure type of soap! on earth an4| are visiting out
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wring that he was unable to find harboring; the suspected Sicilians nill I the scientist says it may be that man woman returned home she was call',I "-At the present time," he said, WHICH WAS A MANUSCRIPT is ing history little backward and philosophy The boy
tempt+l\ m'-nt, and had no and ed the grafters who said he "Japan controls the camphor produc- a having been ill
money be raided. was originally constructed on a self- on by one of TELLING OF :THE SINKING OF
i I of the world. Is Im- for two years owing to an accident
tion
t\pd Camphor an
the streets for weeks cleaning prIncIple. '..he nature was a relative of an intimate friend
'II;':tw au"Hling} to eat what soapy of the she had been vis- t jpo rtant ingredient In the manufac- A VESSEL. but he already shews a taste for ex
except Horn whom
The heirs of an ancient Van I of human beings has been discoveredby person
ht' 'nn:1I: l IH; up. The police in the hate commenced proceedings against means of the polarizing micro-,I'iting He is generally received and j ture of smokeless<< powder and In the Berlin Dee 29.-A tragic.tale of the act science and will probably be an y'

him ass Mn : 'unai" abused him. branded the city to recover property estimatedto scope. Prof. Adami gives a history finds opportunity to confide to his ,I Itremenduous I event of at war Japan would have a I sea involving the loss of .a ,British engineer.I Nothing could please mabetter.

a<- a hobo and threatened to make value J500.000.000. The claim ef- of the curious researches which led hostess. that he was short of travel-'] advantage over any ketch in the British Channel comes feared nothing so much as
hot I other nation. But that he would his
fn 1 our experimentshave turn mind to lit
him lie was brought to foots half the city in the Bronx dIrec- up to the great "find. Fifty years ing expenses and would return the j demonstrated : in a curiously roundabout way from
that
court the camphor mature. Fancy the eon of Emile
Zola]
and committed to the"work amount of loan as soon as possi Spierkeroog one of the East Frisian
ho tion and its revival by the deecen' ago Vichrow stumbled on the pres- a i
be ini
keeper"'o lor' lx' months.{ The courted dants of Van Horn will' give work to''I ence of myelln globules in nearly ble. Those men who live on the ; tree Florida can and .some grown of the successfully other south-J, Inlands off the northwestern coast of writing.would be.What" a burden such a name

ruin I after his: conviction questioned lawyers innumerable. The family'I' every tissue of the body. They were credulity of the peopie to make a fat ern states, and also In California. Germany.

dud! When he found the poor Bible 'on which the Van Horn heirs plentiful in the brain: and dissolved In living are a great menace as they have also discovered a way of extracting -I A bottle wished ashore there and Treating Cancer.
cis and dress in the picked up on the sands at low tide Two years ago quite a discussionwas
actually educated
him alkales are well
a double starving gave are pinning their faith Is now In the hot alcohol but strong caused the campbor'uni' without destroying -
portion of food. Sheely disPosed possession of Dr. S. '\'.-Lameroux, of them to shrink. It was not until 1838!! height of fashion. The second system the tree. This Is accomplished contained the following message scrib-- raised' In medical circles in
of it I (bled roughly on a piece of Paris over the claims of Dr. ,
Doyen
soon rd\enously, and was very Stroudaburg, Pa., who took it for a it was discovered they possessed pe- has worked even better. Two { by .distilling the twigs and : paper apparently -
taken torn out of well known
a ships log booS: the surgeon to have discovered
ill foreign accent I -
sughtly
arrived ttefore' the ambulance debt thirty"years ago, having doctored culiar refractive power. Finally Prof men with a j branches It has proved commercially
hl "The ketch William and Mary of : a serum which relieved and
doctor was dead and the hcspitalInlinatIcn a Van Horn, and it was recently: Lohlin, of Carlsruhe, made an elaborate have visited all the fashionable Roman successfuL Three thousand acres j Is '
Bridgewater sinking sixteen
who miles >
made a post mortem ex- discovered that the Bible was worth study of the globules, and showed Catholic houses ,up town soliciting J have been acquired by the government ,southwest of Hartland. God In many ca permanently cured
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has the of help us cancer. The Societe de Chirurgie
lImach:+ stated that Sheely'sgr..arTation half a million as patents granted in under the planzing microscope they subscriptions for feeding rin. Florida which will be planted with (Signed) James GampsOns.. (Master)
wa' appointed a' committee to examine
> produced a forged t
O They ,
and tbaterly deranged by the year 1666 were found In it. The had queer cross marks" and were in the poor. from several high church camphor trees at once William Fry first mate) 'SAmuel '\11-' fifty cases treated by Dr, Doyen. \, '

hl' ate had been hearty meal patents show that the land was.grantr reality "Uquid crystals showing pre- authority and so 'successful were POLICE SUPERVISIONOF Hams (second mate) John Eley (Ix>v) They selected twenty-four of these 4 -

death. the cause of his ed to Abraham Van*Horn, who died cisely the same markings as soap dignitaries that the police esti all of Bridgewater October 1?, 1900" and proposed two others malting }

In 1700. by Richard Nicolls and Thos. globules. This was considered suffi- their' operations PRISONERS The interesting part about the (':-: t twenty-six In alL The two r
mate' they collected over $14,600 in cases added ;
T'o Dongan, governors. cf the colony., cient to demonstrate their identity tire incident is that the bottle was
explosions by the committee ?
were
led: huqdrt'ds f' another murder. 1 1'e S. with soap. The myelins!, or seep 'six' weeks. Berlin Dee. 29.-William Voighthas I thrown overboard at the mouth of the accepted
Dr. Doyen under
at $t 0 hlaht ctimailing letter I Prof. J. G. Adami a scientist of this globules seem to contain a remarkable GOVERNMENT TO GROW every prospect of having his Bristol Channel carried around Land's by in the last protest of the as. they
were stages disease
nnaer arocsed police Commis- city states that he will in a short substance indeterminate, between I CAMPHOR IN FLORIDA name handed down m history not End up the English Channel and
Bingham and in fact died few
::1t be who now announces time conclusively prove that man is fluids and crystals only as the brilliant raider of. across the North Sea until it was fi- a days after

trrn will rout out the Black Hand not dust but is made entirely of soap. Dr. Galloway, chief of the bureau of Koepnick but also as the pioneer of t rally deposited on the shore six wards. Now they baNe Just been -

'" :I even-! corner of tile city. The Prof. Adami! is indeed ernest There Two new games of graft are being plant industry in the department of new humane legislation abolishing(weeks after it was dropped in the re-examined and the report according :

q faCrtec e0mnlene Pdi1.n the, arrest are scattered throughout. the human worked in the city with great sUC- agriculture appeared before the com the present system' o f police supervision water and at .a point at Jeast one to Dr. Raoul Blondl shows a remark*Y ,1
n sua.l>ecu;. hous f[ otdlscaargcJ prisoners. thousand miles distut. ate Improvement. in the paOeata,
all of whom were body he says,' an unknown, number cess. In one case .the curators keep' mittce-oh agriculture the. o i


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J. '\ Thrilling, Adventures. ,s of POST CARDS Birds\ .that.Can Boast,of'An- : A-"Watch; ,'::,. .:J;. for-;,79c. i..IS' nevertheless. "z : a watch.

Those Engaged in Collecting cestry Reaching Back-to A suit of clothes for the largest man atL$4.93-js

They are .just the 1 still a 'suit: .
,
These, Eggs. &e Thirteenth--Cen > )1

thing \send absent- \' :Yet these articles are dear because worthless.
tury.

Swinging- one hundred feet from the .fnendsatthlsseason -- The same thing 'is' true< of cheap ,pianos =pianos
rim of a prlcipice more than four .

hundre feet high, a few days ago an 4_ Every woman,-that ever went'*to. .which are made like, lightning. and_ ,sound like thunder

enthusiastic naturalist descended the Venice ha8\fea\ rthe pigeon* in the after a: little use. -*.*'. u. r;4-:" -

f- .z -7J ; sheer face of a cliff in the Sierra Ne- square In front; of the' CatheraC Half

t---- !4r vada Mountains and obtained the single Gem Book Store the men. hard done the sametthra A Kranich:& :Bach. Lester, Packard. Cassell,
of a California vulture the But very tdw of ,these toariatsjknow "I'<
egg that the doves of St. Marl's can boast Clutter Piano, last a life time and'are always good.
rarest bird alive in the world today, C. RJoftnson.J'rop.Phone .
of ancestry reaching in an unbroken
says a Portland, Ore.* dispatch. line to the 230
Twice on that perilous journey of thirteenth cettury, Which Henry '
100 feet between earth' and sky he Dandote sent tack to Venice with and largest \\n.. the state..

took his life in his hands-once when news of his vWtoias. \ d .

; he flipped down over the edge pf the The old chronicles' tell, how at this I _
; : :u '"'
Coal and Wood crisis the government declared the
cliff and for the. first time ptjt his throughout '
birds from that time forth, ,
weight on the slender hempei thread, al1,the ages, blessed, and as such
,
and a second time, falling like twin We deliver Ice. Coal. Charcoal and to be forever after held in reverence;.e. -
.;'c > +, thunderbolts out of a clear sky; the Wood anywhere in the city. We can and maintained at public eapet' ,
.f two giant birds, each spreading wingsat supply you In any quantity and' out'. When Dandola himself came back he Get Your Fruits
4 least eight. feet,. charged him in service is always prompt. set apart Palm Sunday following his
.,:: :' midair. Had the rape broken, new Steam and Domestic Coal. I return as the day of appropriate bl6 5-
and untried as it was he would have Wood Cut Any Size. ing and ovation to the carrier doves. -
t; :.. been hurled to"an awful dea\h on the Where today the four massiie and Fireworks
., e., jagged rocks below. pad he for once E. G. SEWALL bronze horses paw the air above the
loosened his grip on the rope while west entrance to St. Mark's, says the V
;"- the great black wings be about his Phones*614.363. 26 N. Tarragona St. Rosary.Magazine the ;principal ceremony -
!head he would have .been food for of the day took place; 'the liberation
2 va, the vulture ere he could have drawn of large numbers of pigeons.A From NICK APOSTLE'S
:: one more breath. He could not loosen little roll of pa.pertledfto ose. foot
his hold long enough to draw his of each bird caused it to make uncertain "
pistol and fire a shot to frighten away ANTSA A FIGHT& fight, and in the majorky okcases FRUIT. STORE next to
the birds as they struck at him witn to fall to the ground. These pigeons,, ,
huge talons and ,buffeted 'him with thus readily caught by unlookere.-

: their wings were kept by them for Easter Sunday, The Gem Book Store
k= When he returned to solid .earth JOE'Lewis when, by order of the government the, <
he held'in his had a small WITH
once more owners made them into pies for din-
Copyrfglt i B.KuppCBheimer k Co.,C63es *. had risked his life to get:: ,gray For those that escaped a historic ,
green egg, larger than that ofa gooseor future was assured. Whirling aloft,
:r even a swan, pitted .and marked to finally settle thickly upon upper comprising all of the best
-c. NLY personal preference for a single over its entire surface with tiny hole G.ANS portions of the royal palace and the ,
like those scattered over the shell of Byzantine domes and spires of 8t.Iark's. .
double-breasted could influence
or coat ostrich For it he received, the market affords
an egg. t was to the every-ready( superstition things
your choice between these when he had shipped it back to an of the Venetian indisputable *
eastern museum, $100. On the same Indication'that, the protection of the .
two suits-the ARWICK. and the trip he' climbed dozens of towering .and Gardner .to Meet long dead saint from which the church Nuts raisins candies dried

i PORTLAND. The pine trees in search of the rare eggs I I takes its name having been thus directly ,. ,
slightly body- of many of the smaller birds that in- in Denver Next Saturday. sought by the birds, they were
tracing lines give the WARWICK habit these regions of great attitude, from that moment to be dedicated to fruits novelties etc. We
and the eggs of some of these he sold, Winner Will Likely St Mark. ,
a metropolitan finish while the but none for such a price as this. The pigeons of st. Mark having,

l PORTLAND'S adherence to convention a Killed by Fright. Meet Gans. with all due ceremony, been .pronounced V guarantee to give you better
.. 1 In the same week- collector,.cling- sacred and under direct protection
and worth. i ling to a twisted Tine in the heart of 29 Lewis of the tutelary" saint of Venice
bespeaks genuineness ? Denver CoL, Dec. -Harry and to undersell all
]the Mexican jungle put his hand upon declared that he was through with the the government thereupon placed goods
Style genuineness and worth- | a poisonous tree snake, shrank back: ring forever when he was in jai them under the more practicaj.earthly
4 in sudden fright and fell 'to the'' bed awaiting 'the action.of the 'authorities care' of 'tht superintendent of corn small fruit -t
these attributes $
are Kuppenheimer ; jof a rocky ravine, near by. dying In- who were looking Into the death of: stores! who was solemnly instructedto stores
that's why we offer clothes > stantly. The prize be had climbed so Mike Ward. Ward died after a prizefight feed the birds ,at the city's expgnse -
you high to obtain waS-the nest of a tiny with Lewis: Now that Lewis is every morning in the great .
made by The House of Kuppen- ; hummingbird, scarce larger than a breathing free air again, he has decided Plaza. -
; big thimble, yet with its two pearly that he would be foolish not to This practice was kept up, till the
heimer. : white: eggs it would hav! paid him make money with,his fists and he is, troublous times of: ;1797,' :when the Nick's Fruit Store.

; 525: ,or more '! t therefore signed, to meet Jimmy Gard- poor birds ;had &. F f3prry. lime: of it,
j Every year, -with* the Jteginmng of ner in a ten-round battle at Denver on feeding"'where and when they might I
]Ithe' breeding season of the birds; men I Jan. 5Both, and suffering sad depredations upon
J are sent out from all public museums : of these men are anxious, or their numbers at the! hands of the irreligious -
H. 0sV ANSON I and many from the private collections i say they are, to_ fight Joe Gans for hungry: ones .
I{of wealth men, to add to the store !. the the lightweight title. Maybe Immediately, however, updn restoration -
I jof the worlds knowledge of the colilect'on Gans will listen to the winner and If of law and on'er the municipality nil:I:III:I:1IIIII:I::::I:II:::::I::I :I:::II:II :I::II:II:II i I J 1IIIIII::IIIIII:II III :II:::I.:I I
I and the study of rare birds a suitable purse is offered by one of
among its first o.lcial acts .decreed -
f in unexplored quarters of the earth: the numerous Nevada clubs, a good the regular daily feeding of the '

CASH ClOTilER Baron Rothschild sent- party to the fight might resnlj Lewis has shown pigeons be at once resumed. The 50 MUSIC LESSONS FREE I
and
remarkable improvement of late 'i
I 1 head waters of the YangtseKiangrtvar his friends applaud his determination only change made ras that instead'of
in few months in
China, a ago, receiving the quota of the city's
to stick to the
1 search of the eggs of a rare snipe.I game.BASEBALL corn at 9 o'clock in the noniiig! it II
V CORNER PALAFOX AND MAIN '
The expedition was: gone several TEAMS ARE was scattered broadcast to them a;;; tin
months cost several thousand dol- 'the afternoon, to the hungry ones. e

'. lars and brought back: three eggs of PREPARING TO TRAINNEW At the present title the feeling of For a few weeks we- offer those who I
the snipe, absolutely indistinguishable the pigeons of St. Mark is wholly dependent >
from the eggs of other species oft upon the bounty of strangers
YORK AMERICANS WILL GO TO
similar birds which are well known, which, happily, is most generous. H buy a piano or organ from? us 50 Free
'but which were undoubtedly' the firstI ATLANTA AND BOSTON CO TO

... I I ? of 'this particular bird eve LITTLE ROCK-CHICAGO! MUSIC Lessons. Cut out the following
I seen by'white men. Very possibly MOTOR BOAT RACE
they will be the last, for these parties CHAMPIONS GO_ TO
ular waders are becoming more scarce MEXICO. I coupon and mail it to us, stating whether

with .every summer, and the time is, MIAMI TO NASSAUWAR
----- =:' no doubt,nearwhen,if science visits a piano or is wanted:
...WIONtiNNo............................ ....... their homes at all, it will require a New York, Dec 29.-All of the. I organ
trip .to the arctic circle to do I i. This Egg' Worth Money. I quarters for spring training next VESSEL OF U. S. NAVY WILL 1' :! .'It':
f fIH
The rarest egg In the world ia the,year. The New. Ycrk American will I [; :
egg of the LaJndor'duck, surposly: :fo to Atlanta about March 1, Manager ACT AS ESCORT IN THE RACE '". -, COUPON. ; :;, '
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extinct the last known bird j Griffin having 'enough men in line L ...
an species, "
; i Buy Now Pay later ''to make up two nines. The Bostons -HANDSOME TROPHY FOR f ?' .# I s:

i of Daniel that Webster species marry being, rears one ago.killed What by :: will go to Little Rock Ark.. where WINNER. IH I I wish c' to. buy JX* a'. .*?. .*.* .andiplease g xI gI
many new players will be tried out.The I xS::
became these large, powerful bird, Philadelphia will get ready for I ',,;-, I :s
: the cf all he ducks ,
strongest fiyers :
send'me with -information- .
,the championship race at Marlin I a Catalogue, n. as
tribe Is something of a mystery
i Certain it is that tone: of their eggs ; Springs, Texas., while the Detroits New York, Dec 29.-A motorboatrace / > \ ..
N
i There's no need not being able to give with such a i have ever been see by white= !will go to Augusta. Ga.. and the St from Miami Fla.. to Nassau, Bahamas NN '
offer of free music lessons.
; to
unless it be those tenoTis Louis Browns to Houston. Tex Thei is now considered a certain-! .your fifty I
t i wonderful selling plan as. this. Rockers, $1.25 to $15.. men Norsemen who aye said to rny,have: been i i 1rJ'rld's! champion Chicssos are bookedI J ty. Sir William Gray-Wilson, governor -i' I _
i for at the City of Mexico '
I training .
,
: of the Bahamas has taken a keen i :: ::
\ i Druggets $6 to $15.: Sideboards'$15 to $65. Clocks, s: the Presumably real discoverers the ess of of the the continent Labrador I!|''a where warm Comiskey's reception from mew the will American get a : interest in the race. while in the the United hands i iJ I Name .J,*. .' .r.,_ .: .. !

duck is like the eggs of others of Its States arrangements are I "
-, ., : .
-esidents .t
Pictures Shades and i John Sewell of Miami anda / g
t Ranges Mattings everything rf Mayor
a
i : kind! a pale, plain:1ffy'colored shell, citizens' committee, who will work' .. I P.o. . .... . . ...,... .. . . .. ..
4 unmarked and not beautiful from the :: : .
-.J : .
V c,1 :
required for the home. :n coDjaactioa with the Biscayne I ;.
i r :, .. viewpoint of the disinterested on ..;hJ...<..
: Yacht Club and the Miami Mortoring: :
looker. No price has ever been put t Jf tr :Assgdation. The proposed course,f!I I BusinessE. . .. . .;;. .-. . . ... . . ..VN I :
this will be, and I ::
on none ever
egg; .
i miles. leads from} '
p. mch is 160 statute I 1
t no collector will ever offer any for Miami serous the Gulf Stream, and I i
p. sale unless some new country Is
thence acrc?s tna; P.'i:.Cil1tS banks.
2 Z found up around the North Pole The course was laid o'J by repre!'eu-t i

I i MARSTON- & QUINA" ,, t migrated.whither all the Labrador ducks have i iY tatives&/ Cant of,Nassau White and o Miami" the, gleaner assisted I i:::. E.: FORBES PIANO CO., I

I The egg of Steller's duck, a near Miami! whirl runs between Miami'

relative of the, Labrador duck, is and Nassau during the winter. I JAMES 0. SMITH Mgr. Mobile Ala. j
108410 S. Palafox Phone 149 ,
St.
Pensacola, Fia. : worth $5, and few of them are ever Getting the cooperation of the ,
i..o. 4 offered to museums or' to private ('O- Florida and New Jersey tTnh- Stags HtyssstsssTKKTnttttnt: :: : :: Hllnmlmmml1: :::::: ; ::nlliIIIIIwm:::; : : : :=
......................................N lectors. Eggs of several of the geese Senators.V.. J. Mortal; ,, the New --j
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and the brants, birds that make their York representative: of lb... rae, T'M-: ----- -- ----, ._- ---------- ------- _:
huge Bests on the shores; of the Arc- Washington, and found that the
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rorm one of the requirements of 111 5e.tic ocean are worth from $3: to $6 Navy Department might! be able to
Yours will always be cl an if ou each, and many are brought back by furnish the nec-ssarr escort This
Glean I Clothes I t send them. to expeditions which go to these res' was months seo. and the .53bs<>qnct High Grade American
gions for other purpo e All of the trouble in Cuba cius5 t The New Method LaundnC.W. swans* eggs are worth good prices to drag. Now that tranquility pervails Portland CementHARD
PHONE 1186 LAWRENCE: Prop *t.Vethtd Uanr Bid). .W,IUU U j{ -the collector so fortunate as to come' the Navy Department has advised :Mr
AGENTS WANTED. upon them in his travels In the tar Morgan that a suitable vessel will be

--- -- --------- forth while the hole tree ducks ,{available for duty as escort and the WALL PLASTER, KEYSTONE LIME, ACME IUB)
h
strange, web-footed birds which perchon date for the race has been set for i DOUBLE: FLINT COATED ASPHALT ROOFING FELT 1,2 '-
fU. branches and make their nests in j February 8, 1907 Officers of the; 'AND 3-PLY, FIRE BRICK, etc. .Lll
hollow trees, are producers of valuable -r United States navy will make a close J" ,Beg to state that we are now la shape to make deliverieson
eggs. 4 study of the race and hope too gain) our Parthenon Brand. f' A
C. ,
DeSILVA & COMPANY { considerable data that will be of use,I -

V to the department :Pure White
BIDS WANTED.Bids Portland Cement.
_
It Is possible that the vessel will q
will be received bv:: the building beat, Palm Beach during the motor- guaranteed to pigs the rpedflcations of the United States
f Building Material committee 1st Church.of up the to Palafox January street 1. for Method remova1 IIIL speed tournament on Lake Worth, Army Engineer American Society of Civil Engineers, etc '
of the LeBaron house to the corner' of .+ January 29 to February 2, as it is ex- Architects Contractors and Block Manufacturers 1i11Ipease l
Belmont and Guillemard streets Address pected that remember the variety of higti-cU result that can H
S entries in the Palm '
: Shingles and Slate for Roofing or apply to A.. 1L:McMILLAX.2Sdec4t t Beach tournament many be secured from the usa of.Pure White Portland Cement. A
Made'Under U.S will be available Immediate dalirerie for carloads and email lots made
: Secretary. k|for the big race the prize for which from our.stocka Montgomery, Pensacola, Birmingham and )OF1))
((1 Patent Plaster :Store Fittings LODGE OF SORROW Government InspectionaiitherncottinOiICopq r{will be a trophy offered probably by also direct from mill.
T4I*Ur'collect telegram will prices small lots V
S Ksrambia Lodge, Xo. 1$ F d Sir William Gray-Wilson. The Nassau bet our on
A M. will hold a Lodge of borrow I as veil as carload Iota. '
Everything for .House Building A Monday evening Deoemb' Yacht and Motor Club is inter
:lst. at S o'clock All Masons, ested in the race and will give a tournament -
their families and friends of the e afterwards at Nassau, where Carolina Portland Cement Co.,
and Repairs. deceased brethren are tnvltod to be prese '
t W?W 5> ATSOX.VT. JL 'i I I the waters are suitable fr c / rtM>to> Atlanta, Ga.
} W. G DAJLET.fccretary.. I DOt. ; I

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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMB R 30, 1305.! nwiE ELEVEN. 1 iTo

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ffUUUY.H4P f'/IRR1/TX TifEr1 i .CYIIAfF S a 4 't ..iala.AC64p 1'. .. fRESH' SHIPMENT 1"Whifman's -:

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Candies


and :POZr' Ty _

:FD2ZLP jj i1 J-t.g r 1 FOR NEW (EAR.OurtXmas.trade
:r.oz L"rALL PIC7'l7RW.AIvz .. F .

A_' ,,..,'c LVE T1ZEZ"I ? ...
YO:7
ca z<.t i
: ,was bigger than: .we'expect-

Berlin, Gemany.. Ned and,consequently! all of our.stock? of.can-, }

Dear Cousin Charley: .d y.was'exhaust We have dust frecelr: d afresh '"'
We_ New
spent :Year's Day IIf Berlin,
the'capital of Germany.. We sat up and shipment (or'-:New Year. "We have
watched the old out th.t is,
year ; the
rtFR old folks did. "We kids went to sleep I: '-. .tliem.Iin, 1, 2, 3,. ;( anda\ Po and boxes, and '
long before 1:. I played a,joke on the '
'alsoJn l fancy baskets
r t folks by pushing the regulator of the f; ; :' .
wr, clock.over, so that it'would run fast and
k "
I about they began 11.o'dock'aDLdrdn'tlied yelling': "ifqppy'? New' out Year",differently ,;: Whitman's f Candies, are Always. tae.1Vhen'you .

until papa looked' at his watch } v t
1 and "'then they knew the' joke was on l want, choice candy'you, will run

,. C ,+ a ? them.we We won't all-keep.made:Mama.wautedrpapnto some resolutionsthat no:risk.if:you: get Whitman's. *, *'." '

N 4.r Swear offi hu '-makaB'lot of : 'i : ,: )
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resolution Papa 1d he might as well ; ,. a ,
3s .. .
-'get*used to smokingttttw: ,-and he'had'a' ; .
GOA4 lot,of good ones left.over from last year A t : Phone, 453. ,
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that he hadn't used/at',all. and there : ,, "," .' JTii
wasn't much use for him to make anv
more. _Well, wedldn't sit up long f-
enough to get muck acquainted with the 3
1 New Tear but as soon as we saw that it 6"ti ; ;Crystal Pharmacy
arrived on schedule time:we.hit ti 4 you know what','that means, aria "it ;
.. -, *. aln't.Dutch?,either. CDtI TIZY. ? .q\-\ Brent Building.
o .c.rr.r yr zrx .t zz
7"/0 z
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.zrp
We GZY S Q srA G'
bigcathedral and although we couldn't y .ui Y .
understand anything that was said we 2B4n Ez.1.E
liked the mueio. Gee They had an organ -
t
srr and that,orchestra som'fed ,put like together a whore and brass the band or- ,r .1Il!!!!11i! II!f I: ;: !;II :::::1:;: :::: !i :!mi i 111:!Hili !I!I;;! iIiimi:1: i I: f. I

C'7.r" ganist had long, bushy hair, ''and played .
with fete; hands and feet. too. That no F
Joke. vPi 'JPent,ftp *and saw theotgan.
sG/NJc AN'Yov arap :wnere Tie played after the preacmnwa The Presents I Ian
'over and,saw the great big wooden I Right
f gP, cATrH : eF-r keys he plays on with his fet. In the > y
afternoon we went outdo the parade and a r jt ,
review review before the German Emperor; I' \
bet a dollar the United States could lick >r .
Germans: Just look1 how easy we whipped 4Ct ...e t... ic
.,.Spafn,-Sod the Spaniards 'were heaps : -
'fiercer looking than the.Germans tin j
In Germany they make every .able- N :}
bodied man serve one'year'In the army; ffle
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Mid but in, 4rmerica they.don't han to mskp The Right Pricesare P
them,:they come when they are needed, ;i l"1 I
and' they already know how to right ..N
You know the Germans art great for N
Weiner Wursts, and we told' Spots that .
they made them out of dogs He understood { :t '-
aU right and he's scared green of :;
T butcher shops ever since and 'won't go 4 I. uHHH '
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tt. near them. 5,
r The Germans.are great people for drinking to be found here. We; :
f .e beer and it makes them fat. That's 3+.t
K..i 'tk' r1Tty why, they wear wooden shoes, because t, nave the prettiest and most ':
they are so fat they can't stoop over'to S n line of 't
lace up the other kind stylish Fancy Suspenders J'
Welt we goto Vienna next week andI ", V '
will write you from there. ; Handkerchiefs, Shirts, 12m

Glzsz Yours, HARRT. cczL zzQny Clap YJ yC gL' ,.Collars, Sox; and Novelties : l :

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..come and them. It will '
the Boy or Girl Whose Nameils'Drawn From,the Correct Answers Received At This Office by Next Thursday Night, The Journal Witt sec .
do good to look at them.
you DB }
Give Silver Dollar.
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The Boy or Girl Whose-Answer/Is Drawn,Second:;Will-Be Given Box of Hu yle is Candy-When Called For at D'Alemberte's Pharmacy., iii


to,lasUweek's. puzzles: ,..' .. D. & i. MAYER II;!JiH 11
SUICIDE REVEALS SSECR"ET' :
Correct,.Answers. .. I. ,
r lllE ARMY No. !Paris.: .."rNo P'' 4' II DETECTIVEUNRAVELS SWISS .BANONA8SINTHE
OF SEX .
; ..:_ Seine. t.'lo. 'Next to Merchants Hotel. '
3-Napoleon y \4No I :
4-Lvons, ; &% .
No 5-Belgium.. t't"I 1No ;

ISJEPLETEB No., 6-I.ouvre.7Vercailles. -.*.,, !,. *y-* FAMOUS MARRY TEACHER M WHOM BETHROTHEDTO HE BE- IiIW!!;:I; !!! gmmlmiml!: !!!!: :!!! 1iiimIH1! ;: ;! !E: ;iL, : :i;:I :;ii:! t

No 8Havre.Those' ..
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LIEVED TO BE OF OPPOSITE :

the followingtLucy.Swalne who sent: in correct answers'are city; SEX. t ;:::::::::::::::i: *:::::N...".."."..".."..."*..".".."..".."..'._1 4*

Christmas Festivities At- Hilda Harris, city; B. Dannrereter; MY TRY[ Hundred Thousand Names
city; Arthur Johnson, city, Willie Berlin, Dec 29.-A remarkable
tracted Attention of' 'TheJournal's Johnson: city; James, Christie, city; hidden tragedy secret.at Breslau has revealed' a long On Petition Asking Swiss IF YOU LIKE GOOD q !

Lillian.Redlly, Brg"Bayou<: ; M. J. Hein ti
berg., Jr. city; C.: J, 'lleinterg, city Herr"Meyer, a teacher living in the
,Little ; town fell in love with Mme. de Para- Government to Pro- "
Clinton McConnellclty; ,Nona, Bailey, Astonishes Rome Police "EATING EAT
deda daring a recent visit to Paris. i
Soldiers.MISS Florala, Alabama; Ed'Swaine, city; They were betrothed and Herr Meyer hibit Sale of'This I ,
Jos. Swaine Reira, city;; label.Phil-*j With Minute Details of brought his fiancee to Breslau .
Ups, Florala, Ala.;' Oneida: H: .Hoyt, .Ai i
to present her.to his family The
day
city; .Mary Jopes:;;, city; Benjamin Drink. r -AT- 1ilNick's
Case Entrusted to before the wedding Mme de Para-
LUCY SWAINE GETS DOL. Williams city Harry Water Packer, deda committed suicide., It was then

Marianna Fla.; ,Ryder Lannon: city; found that the fiancee was a man. Berne, Dec. 29.-No federal
campaign
LAR THIS TIME AND MISS HIL H. s. Wright, city; Marie Massey, Him. '
He was thirty-five years of age but has ever had such success as !
DA HARRIS CAPTURES.BOX OF city; ,Ella Hubert, city; Robert"Dan- had masqueraded as a woman for that which was started to banish ab- Restaurantll
iels city Milton Wood ,
; Lappington twenty years without being suspected. sinthe and all similar liquors forever
HUYLERS CANDY. city; Margurrte: Riera, city; Annie Rome, Italy, Dec. 27.The detective Herr Meyer is suffering from brain from Swiss territory. The ,secretaryof
Mooney, city; Dennis Egan. Nashville instinct has 'triumphed over love of i i I fever which was set up by the' men the campaign committee is author-
Tenn.: Alice P. Richard, city; tal shock of the discovery. ity for the statement that 80,202 signatures .
Miss Lucy Suaine.. 402 W. Cads Clinton Reilly, Big Bayou; Elmire life and incidentally the Italian police have already been obtained, H "r. .___ .: yt
den street, won the puzzle,dollar for Bell, city; Viola Roch cfty; Alice j' force has lost one of the most promising I i Feeling bad-liver not in order-not and there are now, probably 100,000 .:, ..
correct answers to ,the puzzles of December Louise Roch,,city; NeelieiGIackmeyer, of its young detectives. i j I your 'usual en.ergy-rou need a few who have signed asking that a Fed- i
J3: and Miss Hilda' Louise city; Lillian Suggs, city; Can-jet-Ed, A few months ago the body; of a[|!doses.of L. L. L. (Lamar's Lemon Laxative eral law of this sort be passed. Contrary t :, FishGame
:iarris, 612 Haynes street, is entitled wards, city; Alice Edwards, c't tvV i young peasant girl Domenica VincettIwas I ). It cleanses your entire sys to what has been said the German The best Poultry, Eggs; Fruit J|

;J> the pqund box of Ha jeer's which Margurite M.V Pons, city Evere\t I. I tem-makes you yourself again. cantons have' been just as enthusiastically i: and 'Ve ables-,- Wines, Beer and Liquors : '.
found .
she ,terribly mutilated near the
can secure bj callmg,at DAlembeures Rice city; Lloyd Blumer, city; Lettie All druggists 50c. supporting this prohibi- '
pharmacy Martin, city; Gladys Bell, city. 'Cottage 'in which she lived ,with her tion scheme as have other cantons It ::i that are brought to Pensacola.areipurchased |*
The puzzle army was evidently very George Barnett, of CUpley, seat parents in the village of Viggano. Is likely that a prohibition law will .
:nacb taken up with the Christmas correct answers to the puzzles of the The ''case was given to Giovanni be voted at once though fears have" by:Nick Apostle 'fr'this. restaurant. You get ft '
''estlvltles for few answers were received 23rd but as they were: not.on The Cantiri young'detecti"e been expressed that it may drive away I: here.
I a who has already h the very best of everything They all try *J -
; still every coupon sent in Journal's coupon could not go'.in with American and English visitors next *<
vas carrec. the correct answers. distinguished himself by un- la summer. : imitate Nicks place, but they can't. if r'r'to
Now that Christmas is over, the The puzzles 'this week are, ravelling several intricate crimes and i.
very
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puzzlers are expected to :;et back into easy, and the "little puzzle people"are i he devoted himself to It. Finally he American Woman Weds French Mar : : i. .
rank in double quick timeFollowing I expected to make, up for lost entered the police office at Vigganoand 1'y'r quis. ifNICK >>
are the correct answers] time. informed his superiors that he .. Providence, R. I, Dec. 9.-The : i
I had found the murderer.He marriage took place here todayof
proceed to reconstitute the Miss Madeline Ives Goddard, daughter 04 !
APOSTLE
Sunday Morning December 30,1906.PUZZLE crime and explained how the, murder* of Colonel and :Mrs. Robert HIves :I i! '.
er had met the girl behind a hut in Goddard and the Marquis Rene 04 ,
the field and demanded tthat she d' Andigne, of Pa is. The marriage : PROPRIETOR. tt
marry him. The girl refused and ran which was a semi private one was 04 ..
ANSWER COUPON away, and the man pursued her and solemnized at the residence of the ,N..y:
struck her on the head with a stick. bride's parents, Hopeton House. This: i ...... ... .. ..._

I Cantiri then described how the man was due to the fact that the Marquisis
Ans1l"rs Hast Be Written on This Coupon BUnk. No I buried the blood stained stick and in mourning. Amongst those who

Atteottn Will Be Fail Those Nit written. On It ftt how he had ,found it He also produced .... 'were present 'at the ceremony were
Exception to this Rule. a blood stained coat which he President Faunce, of Brown University
said the murderer had worn. He ; CoL William Goddard. Mr. and YOUR NEW YEAR'S
My! answers to the puzzles in,The.Journal today are as fenows: I pointed out the finger marks on the SHORT, Mrs. Robert Ives GammeL Mr. and
:stick and then pressing his fingers on Mrs. Harry Parsons Gross, Mr. and :'
,some wax pointed out thrj the prints Mrs. Henry Peace Mr. and Mrs. DINNER a
No.l :were identical with those on the, in* .E'NDS.ff" Stephen O' Metcalf, Mr. and Mrs. E. .. H 1
strument with which the girl was killed Bruce Merriman, Mrs Carter Brown

No.2. He put on the coat which fitted' Mr. Theodore F. Green, and Miss Helen Should not be just like,the Xmas dinner. So we 'i t;
him perfectly and then declared, "I The seasons getting short. Campbell :MIss'Goddard, the]!
killed Domenica Vincetti because she that is our reason for puttingup handsome bride, is a capable musician -t offer you below a few items, which will go to-
refused to marry me." j; all of our short ends of stockat and devoted to athletic sports
Xo.3 Then his astonished wards ma-kingthe occasion enjoyable at little*,
before
snrpe- '
1 short prices and cross, country ridingThe Marquis ".,.1
rior could even intervene he drew the i
; is the scion of an ,ancient and
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cost.'r
revolver and shot himself. This season s best patterns auft French i
family. .
V distinguished
No.4- they will be good next season *
CRIMINAL BANKRUPT too-but our policy doesn't' allow HOT LUNCH DAILY.

No.5 S us to carry: anything over. The Gem Delicatassen beginning today Canned Vegetables J ;

FLEES TO CANADASOLD in and look,them over will serve hot lunches from 11 to : s
today--they Drop will.only last .a 2 p. m. A steam table has Just been Can Spinach, '20c;, Okra, '2 for 25c; Beets, 20c; :1

N,. 6 r short time. put .in The which prices insures of a these first class luncheswill service Vegetables for soup; lOc ; Corn, lOc or3 for 25c; j .

QUANTITIES OF DECEASED, $3500 and $4000 black and be only 15c. Cold lunch service ,
No. 7 MEATS IN GERMANY-ADVERTISED 'blue Thfbets, ,Cheviots*and un- through the day and in the eveningswill Asparagu: tips, 3ac; String Beans, 10 and 20c; J ,

finished Worsteds for' ,$30.00.Fortheholidays continue as heretofore. The bust Peas domestic and French, lOc to 30c.
EXTENSIVELY. : 1i
only. ness man who wants a quick lunch or
who does not have time to go home to
I No. I. With $500 to ,$10.00 cut off I dinner or supper can get a nice little 1
Hamburg Dec. 29.Walter Bintz,. the. ,price. lunch here at moderate cost. Gumbo I
the proprietor of the leading tinned'I! will be served -night.I r
.' beet factory in Germany has fled to l I I East Hill Grocery Company I i
rame- In of his I ,
] Canada consequence crimfni i BIDS WANTED.Bids .,5, .
al bankruptcy and the } PERSON 6 received t>r the building
he has used enormous quantities of PRICKETT U Semi GARDNER ro tot'h: PaUfox Street Method- M. F. BOWES, Manager. t
diseased meats in the manufacture of 1st Church up to January 1. for removal
l'l +e"s. to this his products, which through extensive (Incorporated.) of the LeBaron house to the corner of Phones 881212. '
Weeks Belmont and GuiUemard rtreets. Address -.
puzzle
must be on'this and
coupon FRANK B. GARDNER, Manager. .
advertising have been largely con- or apply to A.I. McMILLAN 1 1
bear ZSdecU Secretary.
thisxdate. 'I* sumed in Germany.

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BY AUREUE. MAREAN BERNARD.


'. Telephone I j J No.No.:M W9 After Before. '3 p.3 P.M.M. I The season's rush and rapid selling, has left. many._ Remnants -and short


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I lengths in Silks. Flounces, Waisting, Dress Goods, Ribbons and

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; Linens. They must be sold and are[ .so arranged

The Coming of Ttie Journal's Daily Fashion Feature -,

the New Year.Let I. ..,_:m ,, in groups to make it convenient fork ;1r; -: :
the New Year sing
At the Old Year's grave. -
Mill the New Year bring
What the Old Year gave? "Mond.ay Shoppers


Ah the strange year trips over the -

And snows.his brow is wreathed. with : :; Many Popular Lengths, all Marked Attractively Low.

many a rose;
But how many thorns do the roses I
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conceal.
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Which the roses when withered,


The roses shall good faded so old soon year and reveal with sear its upon wreathof .its Hose- for Boys That Wear Well. 4 1. OFF BLANKETS AND 1 L OFF


brow', the cruel thorns which hue COMFORTS 4
pieced deep in many hearts, showing
"Wild
Famous Hose
between the dead leaves, is soon to Boy" 1,000pairs
make its exit. The year which came An been

in fresh and raidant with hopes is worth double________________25c opportunity you ve waitingJust
breathing its last, and will soon be for. One fourth off regular All
numbered among the mile-stones of received, 100 pairs new designs price.

the I
past.
*- Still it came to us as fresh and in Lace Curtains complete range marked in .plain figures.Supply .
sweet as will the new born year of ,

nineteen hundred and seven offeringits of from yourself while stock is
prices $I.OO to $5.00 com-
clean white pages for new resolves __________

those pages which by the old plete. ((2nd floor.) .
:rear, are sadly closed, smirched and .

blackened as they are, with unkept eti7 If have been wanting' to buy a
you
resolutions., and vows we had forgotten S tLadies'

4 by hours.'ere the new year counted its life or Misses' Skirt, Suit or Cloak, u J 1,000 pairs Ladies' and Children's

The old year contained for us joys t
and sorrows the 'same, as the white visit our! ready-to-wear department. Knit Underwear, Shirts, Pants and

f new perhaps year, has will taken bring.from The us old many year of 1c Monday. Prices have been cut in many Union Suits (all winter weight). Positively

those who made lifes happiness. We \

have our loved watched ones the put still away cold forever forms for of $ \\y \ intances to ONE-HALF ((2nd floor). I at ONE-HALF regular price.

; + our earthly View and as the hollow \
sound of the earth falling upon the

coffin lid to with its terrible
came us
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significance would be the, we same felt,that cold all and years cher- -c Monday is the beginning, of .this Remnant Sale and also the end of 1906,

less with only the hope of heaven left r:f '
!t within .them. ; LARGE HAT FOR DRESS WEAR. and we offer greater values for less money than we

Then we thank with tenderness The-drawing.sb.ows lovely modelof the top of the hat showing a wreathof

year welling which up brought within us our so hearts much,happi-of a- cream-white felt the large brim of hair deticate fern and yellowish-lorg .me-IlC't&pink, maiden-, about T. have any other day this year
which fashion
ness, of a year in which the sun of ;drooped in a becoming
the crown. Three full white plumes
prosperity shown brightly upon us, over the face. The under part of were used at the left side of the ,
of the year when the fullness of love'syoung the brim was filled in with malme. hat. j
Q dream was realized, of the
t time when the soft cheek of the first

born nestled against its mother's and family of.Brent; Mr. and Mrs. B. dainty dress of white cloth trimmedin Watson Parker
' breast and sweet baby eyes looked Tucker and children of Pine Barren; handsome lace her shoes and Reese Co
i. love into eyes which answered Mr. and Mrs.',Frank King and family gloves matching her costume. After ,
, with loving Intensity. These are the of Warington; Mr. Albert Eggart, the ceremony refreshments' were serv-
" rears we love to remember and Mr. and-Mrs. W- F. Hansen of War- ed the guests and Mr. and Mrs. Eu "Everything to Wear."
. 'As the vine that clings to the oak rlngton; and Mrs. Knowles's neice banks were driven to Mrs. J. Roff's, _
that falls Miss Bessie Gordon.. where they are at present at home to
, r' As the ivy twines round the crumbled their many friends.ReGiardina. .. .
; walls: Butler EubanksWedding --
For the dust of the past some hearts .

higher 'prize' I Last 'Week.A The following invitation Master William 'Sibley and Miss Marion dren the memory of those of our citizens iced and, the company still colder."
Than the 'stars that flash out from : pretty home,wedding occured last was received W. whd lived the
Mr.
with pleasure by the friends Laney; Old King Cole I most exemplary By a singular concidence, Dr. JamesT. KAUFFMANN
week when Mr. George Eubanks,
the future's bright skies. Hal La- lives. .
of the contracting parties: S. Garfield; Simple Simon. and Miss Fannie E. Herron, found
foreman of the Louis vine and Nash-
The future has been mercifully Dan Walker i "With great respect. I to
Mrs. G. Giardina ney; George Washington. beg remain themselves welcomed on Christmas
veiled from our view and as the bells ville yards was wedded to Miss Mmnia ** Mr..R. ,
; and Big George day with kindred warmth, to the
requests the' pleasure of
.G. Butler daughter of Mrs. F. M. jour "THEKO'DAK
which herald the coming of the new Bushnell. "Yours very truly.
Butler. company at the marriage of her 1.1'1 very spot where most of their earliest
year are heard we may know that daughter The pictures elicited no little "N. B. BROWARD. childhood hours: had been spent and
it will to white and clean, The marriage _occurred at three "Governor."
come us Angela riment, and the character of old King I henceforth sweet memories of a
and it lies within ourselves to makeIt thirty .In the afternoon and was attended and MANFilms
to Cole, and George, Washington graceful hospitality wilL be happily
what we will. by the relatives and intimatefriends' lr.-John'Re "Big George" amused the little ones Paymaster and'Mrs. Gibbs blended with auld lang syne.
of ooth families. The house .
decorated in cut flowers, Wednesday evening January' the greatly. Give a Family Dinner Party.To .
tastfully
Mrs. A. K. Knowles was
all
The finale of the pantomine was Mrs. J. Z. Cravey
vines .and holly; and marking the second, nineteen hundred and In the great regret of all who had
the characters arranged a
1 Gives Dinner Party.Mr. place. where the young people were seven at six thirty o'clock pretty tableaux. very the gratification of meeting a courtly Entertains Friday. developed 15c roll OJ

and Mrs A. N. Knowles were to stand was suspended a large horse- St. Michaels Church, Refreshments of ices and cakes bouthern gentleman and his charming Friday afternoon Mrs. ,J. Z. Cravey
l the hostess of a delightful family dinner shoe made of snowy bride's roses. Pensacoja,Florida' were severed the children and their wife. Cot and Mrs Charles Gibbs and her daughter Mrs. Frederick six, 25c the dozen.
,:Christmas day. at their handsome The ceremony was performed by Rev. Reception: friends who attended. have returned to San Antonio Texas. GHlmore tendered their friends a
home 806 East Strong street. Mr. W. T. .Tracy 'Of the Christian Catholic ,Knight Hall. ,- I Among the pleasures of their all delightful card party
The house was prettily decorated church. North Baylen .St 100th Anniversaryof too brief visit, was the Christmas Mrs. Gillmore however to the regret -
with Christmas exergreen and a splen. There were no attendants but the I dinner at the beautiful home in the of every one wa$ unable to Printing ;and mounting
did dinner was served the guests who bride and groom entered togetherthe Miss Eggart'sEntertainment. General Lee. navy yard, of Paymaster and Mrs. be present as she was confined to her
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were: )Ir, and Mrs. J. W. Tucker bride was prettily gowned in a The 100th birthday anniversary of John S. Higgins. The lovely hostess bed with,a severe attack 01 la grippe. 3.Y- x4)fand smaller, 5c

___n ___-__ ____ Miss Fodie Eggart entertained Robert 'E. Lee, the greatest of the radiantly happy in the possession of The house 'was prettily decoratedIn each. -
-7 southern generals will occur on January her idolizing parents and most cor- Christmas evergreen and holly and
Thursday evening at the home of her
and the event will dially assisted by them'aM her husband '
\ parents on East Jackson nineteenth the score cards had little branches:
street witha
MARRIAGEINVITATIONS be celebrated in Pens cola under the ,' made her other guests Doctor of holly hand-painted: upon them.
star
party complimentary to the direction the Confederate MemorialAssociation. and Miss Herron members ot delightful ,
qf a There and
were forty-two guests seven I
class of 'OT of P. H. S., of which she Mail l orders receive
home !
is a member. circle. tables of six-hand euchre.\ promptattention.
The entire lower floor Mrs. W. J. Behan president of the The dainty'menu, served a la mode After eight games were played a -\.
; was decorated Confederate Southern Memorial Association with Its exquisite surroundings resolved delightful salad course was served .
with red and
green with starsin has issued a circular letter Itself Into
evidence a genuinely joyous the guests followed by cake and ices.
throughout.
calling the attention of all southern home festival of winch u could not
The first
prize was won by Mrs.
CORRECTLY PROMPTLY ENGRAVED The merriment commenced with the associations to the circular letter issued f '
averred.
be "The
champagne was H. DeSilva
G. the second by Mrs.
star puzzles and the
contest ended by the Confederate Memorial ;Romana and Palafox St.
SEND FOR.SAMPLES AND PRICES with Miss Erin Robinson and Mr. Literary Society and the Lee Camp Hyer Whiting and the consolation by
Frank Rogers capturing the first two Mrs. John E, Stillman. --.--- .
Number One of Richmond. Va.. for I The Shoemen With a Reputation.MONDAY. -
prizes, while Mis Susie Harvey and the purpose" securing a general observance Mrs. Cravey proved a most charming SCARRITT
J. .P. STEVENS CO. ENGRAVERS MORENO.
and moment of the
hostess
Mr. George Harvey. won,the two booby of the one hundredth anni- every
SAFES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
time within her'
prizes. versary of the birth of the great and spent hospitable home Agent for Diebold Safe and Lock Co.
47 WHITEHALL: ATLANTA, GA. Then a cord was 'stretched across immortal Robert. E. Lee. I was enjoyed by her guests. Canton. OhIo.
the room from which' a number of ,Memorial services will be held at I The absence of. Mrs. uillmore ,how Office and Salesroom E. Gov. St.

small red and green packages, con Christ Church at noon and will' be attended ever was greatly regretted by her I
\ taining peanuts were suspended by by Veterans Sons of Veterans I! friends who hope to hear soon of her
cords of different lengths and each Daughters of the Confederacy Children i II the Ut day you have to get the recovery. I! "The Best Is What We ScIP
THE NEW ENGLANDThe in turn was blindfolded, given a pairof of the Confederacy and childrenof i I
scissors and allowed to cut as both public and private schools.A 90 Woman's Home tl

1 Watch i for the great American people. given many time.packages as possible in. the ministers cordial of invitation the various Is churches extended aria the Has Merry.Christmas. I THEHOLIDAY'S

I I have them ranging from $2.00up'also; a full line This resulted in a great\ deal.of fun. to the public in generalj unite in Among the'many happy people who
enjoyed the "goods which the Gods
but the real surprise of the the memorial services of the south's PER CENTDISCOUNT
of Waltham and Watches well eveningwas "
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Elgin Christmas
as as Jewelry when the guests were ushered great leader. Dr. S. R. M. Kennedy provide on morning there|

t and fancy goods at prices that can't be beat. into the spacious fining room. Here will read Lee's farewell address. were women few and happier eight little than children the seven who
It is requested by the
earnestly
the tables all laden with dainty re- .
inmates
are of the Woman Home:
J. F. DAVIS freshments were arranged in the ladies of the memorial close Association: from S A handsome Christmas tree gracedthe JUST PASSED
that all business houses
shape of stars, the center,one containing parlor and was resplendent with
large white twelve until one o'clock In order that You know everything in our stock: goes .
a star and the
Brent Building. 23 S. Palafox. Street. the employes of same may be able to except Edwin Clapp Shoes so hurry down many colored Tights. U was bountifully .
place cards email red and
were
green attend the memorial service. and make the saving loaded with presents, fruits candies Xmas was a test a test "i'
.. stars. The thanks of every southern organization $6.00 SHOES NOW ..................$4.80 and every thing. which goeS to proved how able we were to an
-' Fun continued until a late 'hour make 'up generous Christmas
..........................-.................-........ when the guests left having spent a W. D. Chlpley in the through state, whose are due' effortsa Mrs. $5.50 SHOES NOW ..............'...$4,40 A splendid a Christmas dinner tree.was er too sanguine every demand.in saying We're that we tot w. > A

most pleasant time,: the evening proving proclamation looking to the suitable $5.00 SHOES NOW ..................$400 served and greatly enjoyed Thereare score that great multitude aca''
i' GIFTS IN JEWELRY AND QUT GLASS one of the most enjoyable of se\eranittle'chndreriat
the holiday .. celebration of the one hundredth anniversary $400 SHOES NOW ..................$3.20 with their mothers the home for' New Year's and more, tco.
season.Presbyterian ,
of General Lee was Issued at present. i many many more.. ...... '
Nothing is more suitable for a Gift or more appreciated by the recip I The following letter was received $3.50 SHOES NOW ..................$2.80 The Woman's Home is one of Pensacola -
lent than a piece: of Jewelry or Cut Glass. My stock was selected for the '
i special purpose of affording something.suitable for this purpose. Here are : Sunday recently by Mrs. Chipley from Governor 1300 SHOES NOW ..................$2.40 maintained s' gran est'charities.. If Is Mince Meat, Plum Pt -
Just a few of the Offerings: by popular subscription
N. :
School Entertained.Friday B. Broward:
DIAMOND GOODS. ............. and women' with their little ,
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i $2.50 SHOES NOW .$2.00 ones are Sauce
Dec.i. 1906.
....... "Tallahassee. Cranberry
Diamond Rings $10 to $185 Diamond Stick Pins ... ..$5 to $25 evning a very,,delightful lit : taken 'within"Itr ding,
i Diamond Brooches .... ...$9 to WATCHES$50 I Diamond Lockets.. ------$10 to $30 tle entertainment was given in the I "Mrs. W. D. Chipley Pensacola; \a. tz- o SHOES NOW ..................$$160 the children cared protecting for while walls/'and the
Dear to
Ladles' 0 size 20-year filled Keystone cases ,......,.....,..,....$1250 to .$20 Z Sunday school room of the First Presbyterian "My Madam-In reply your $1.75 SHOES NOW ..i..i..$140 mothers are employed. j Apple Butter, Present .
Solid Gold, 14 karet .......................,......._.?.?.........$?2 to $35 'church for the amusement 1 esteemed favor of December 12th. I On Christmas: of the
Solid Gold Diamond set .....................,-....... '.. ............. $47 ..t of the Sunday school) children.. will say that upon receipt of the Proclamation 1150 SHOES NOW ..................$1-20 : sent ereTnany baskets merchants Peach Butter Jellns!
t Gentlemen's. 12 and 16 size watches .............,:.:.?- .,;.... $14 to $40 from Governor .Jelks of generous loaded ,
CHAINS AND LOCKETS. \? Instead of the usual Christmas tree I $1.25 SHOES NOW ..................$100 with good things for the Christmas
Alabama, all of the
i Solid gold Neck Chain ...........................*...............$3.50 to $10 a pantomine was 'arranged, which asking that dinner foe which those-ln'charge wish| Candies -
Solid gold locket ................................ .:.;.::;... .T.$3 to $15 schools in the State of Alabama .celebrate $ .00 SHOES NOW ..............:...$ .80 to Oranges, Apples,
Diamond Lockets.....'.................-.............:............$10 to $30 i : proved a great success<< in the way off the 100th anniversary of the : tender their sincere. thanks.
CUT GLASS. entertaining the'children. oirthday of General Robert E. Lee $ .75 SHOES NOW ..................$,.6050 I Nuts {R..t-
Cut Glass Pitchers ....................................... ......$4.50 to $11.50 .| Most of the characters em personated 'Christmas'Entertainment Grapes, ,
Cut Glass Bowls ...............................................$3.25 to $9.00 from "Mother Goose," I January 19th. 1907. In a fitting manner $ SHOES_ NOW ;............:....$ 40
: Cut Glass Vases ...............................:;...............$225 to $700 ; were and I wrote him that I approved of !Palafox M. E.: J Sunday .nAn sins, Fruit .Cakes.Rosenau&G'erelds.
Cut Glass Nappies .......... ..........*...:.,....:............$1.25 to $3 ::: most of the little ones recognized the the idea and would probably issue a .' entertalnmentfor
+. Cut Glass- Sugar. and. Cream Sets.....................,..:........$X2S to $5.00 (' familiar figures of..1he- otber Goose" I I Proclamation like character in this I'I.of the Palafox the children
street Methodist Sun
218 South Palafox St. :
\-c : These are simply a few of the many article"I am offering and all of .1', story The book characters at once. State which Proclamation is now in day school which_-cleverly Introduced -,
my goods are fully guaranteed. If. net as represented, your money back. { were presented as the hands of.the printer, MEYER SHOE CO I
Santa Claus
2 i if Ia j follows: 'Dame Trot, .Mrs., E.' U.I "I assure you that I appreciate. your : !trees, was"""given and Friday$ two night Christmas in the THE FANCY GROCERS,
Saunders Mother Hubbard, Miss
f : W. A. GAHLEN8ECK :Charlie Belle; .Laney;' Jack and. Jill glad letter to upon know the that subject the patriotic and .womenof I am FEET FURNISHERS FOR FOLKS I Brent building:. : I 116 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. )
t 218 South Palafox Street Miss Rallie Fishes and WiIllam Slbley.UUe I The hall was filled with Sunday 391.
:i I ] our country are endeavoring to ._. Phone
......i........................ ........ ............ Boy Blue and Little Boo Peep. keep alive, in the hearts of our chil ,I02 S. PAUFOX-ST. I (Continued on Thirteenth! Page.) -. ? -

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Ri. ADOg4GffodShoe ) ; -jl: I!


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-AT T TALLAHASSEE H. A CURIOUS e I If.1


and'$4.00.. Our word for ., .

1tI it, you can get no'better

A Few Flakes Snow Fell for the money if you HOTEl :

search the world -
'. There Christmas over. -
.on.
Come in and try; on.a' .

Day. -INTENTORY SALE ,

pair. : In- Shape of a TransAtlantic -. -


Liner Which Will, .,
dtI41 GREAT .LOSS OF PAINTINGS IN


1 RECENT FIRE AT,,FEMALE COLLEGE Riera Shoe Co.COFFEE. Float in Monte. ','\. .A, .Ends Saturday NightIf i

-ART TEACHER LOST Carlo Harbor.
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LABOR OF OVER SIX YEARS. you haven't had your share of the things thatKress"are Z: -

practically ''giving have onl until .
DOES. THIS, IN ORDER TO GET i iI away; you ;

Miss Jefferson Bell. Saturday night to get it.
By REVENGE.ON. A HOTEL PROPRIETOR
% Tallahassee, Dec. 29.-Christmas at I .

r the capital passed very quietly. Festivities IN THE FAMOUS. GAMBLING .I '1 t has been one of the most successful sales we

r parties: were and a limited german to family at the dinner Leon I I PLACE. have ever known. No wonder-when we can get


even HoteL to We a minature had Christmas snow-sotonn-ust-weather-) gqods at prices '''that wouldn't, in many; cases, pay; for :

Monte Carlo Dec. 29.-Next year thdraw'material in .
a few feathery flakes on ChristmasDay. I them.
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Monte Carlo }3 to have a u4iquehotel: ; .
,Fourteen years ago there wasa New a great liner with 1.500'rooms .
Year's Day and dinner i ocean
fall-of snow in'Tallahassee'so, the; I It isn't alone the Christmas
w which goods
HAPPY NEW YEAR will be anchored off the port ; we.are clearing
old Inhabitants say. will be a perfect success if"she" II of :Monaco Xaturany'only 'anAmert *
There Is still a delightful old-fash can could be guilty of such a freak. out-although "Christmas goods' now-a-days_ cover a -: '

"\r e now bid good-b ye. to the Old Year and'. wel- ioned Christmas flavor in in ,Tallahassee.the observance There of :' serves Java 'Blend or I This American was annoyed recently wide: efild of usefulness and'beauty. Butt in addition to : i

the Xe\v. Santos Coffee the kind'thattastes because the proprietors of the hotelat
come was a lively exchange of 'mysterious :Monte Carlo where he had been ac the holiday articles, we are. making a vigorous clearance -
During the coming year we will renew our packages in white paper tied with so different and so customed to stay every: season re- ". : ":

effort to merit the so liberally extendedto red ribbon through which was thrusta fused to let him have the rooms he of all broken assortments of odds and ends of j
patronage red berries much'more pleasing than
bit of holly with gleaming or- usually occupied as they happened
and much cordiality went staple goods-things that you want every: day in the ;
us so ; brands. For just then to be in the possession of an _
with the simplest gift-EO much.of the dinary sale by Oriental. The American furious -
was
all
With thanks and best wishes to our patronswe yea .. ; -_ -
good gift of good wilt that uncon- all grocers. Please call for it. and offered to buy the hotel. This ;
say once more, "A Happy New Year sciously we all became imbued with, was also refused. Then he said that j

the spirit of the sacred season. PENSACOLATEA he would' have his revenge. Next, sea-
25c GOODS FOR 12c TO 17C.
BOSTON SHOE STORE The state board of control was in son he;? would transport bodily some p 1

FASHIONABLE FOOT FITTERS, 117 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. session here Thursday to considerthe big hotel fb Monte Carlo and would ...; GOODS. FOR 2c TO 6c.
AND COFFEE .
rebuilding of the dormitory of CO., take away half of their customers. He 5c GOODS FOR Ic TO 3c. ,
the Female College which was destroyed found in fact a,big Transatlantic liner ArWLNsil

.. by fire Sunday morning.'For- which is being built for an English J
tunately the college was closed for W G DAILY company but had been refused because

the holidays and most of the students there bad been some mistakein ., j

PEOPLE AND EVENTSContlrfued had gone home otherwise there might the lines. The unfinished ship was ,"'I'CII.III :
PROPRIETOR the
have been some casanlties. just thing1 for the American mil- i

The college was In the midst of lionaire. He purchased her for'' spot .

( from Twelfth Page. please her college boy and. gill guests its most satisfactory session and it is cash and next year she will ftoat'as' a 1,
most. luxurious hotel off the'harbor of :Mon
such
unfortunate that
each bringing some extremely any Carlo.
school children te
Mrs. Turners guests were: Miss accident should have occurred. President -
invited little guest to share The in first the Roberta Fisher. :Miss Marjorie Mene- Murphree stated yesterday that Church Services !I ONE
of the evening. NIGHT ONLY
pleasures fee Miss Cora Hunt, ;Miss: Fan Turner he lad secured several residences ia
part of the programme was singingby BIG MASONIC DAY
:Miss Josie Knowles Miss Alice Quina, the neighborhood of the college where
the Sunday school, and recitationsby '
Miss Mentoria Sublett. Miss Ada Hil-
the students will be taken care of,
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the children. ton'Green. Miss Alma Finch and Miss Ministers are respectfully requ ?ted -
Then curtains concealing an alcovein I Louise Quina. and the work will not be interrupted.Dr. ) to notify The Journal promptly of AT CARYVILLE: .: ds
cute Brown of the board of control any change In the order of servicesat
the room were parted and a I The j
gentlemen present were
young discussing the matter last night, said their respective churches. Notices
little red house with,a wide red chimney Mr. Henry Baars. :Mr. S. R Mallory, for this column should reach The LODGE VOTES TO MOVE HEADQUARTERS -
Old Santa Claus that the boa/i would probablybuild Journal not later than < p. on
was revealed. Mr. Felo Turner Mr. Hazelhurst tai
his pack of presents on his back and Stone. lIr.11Iie Leonard Mr. James a dormitory her' on the plan of ths. I( Saturday of'each week. TO BONIFAY, IN Thursday Jan. 3d -

looting very natural sat on top of Leonard. Dr. M.. E. Quina, Mr. Dudley university dormitory at Gainesville."We for: the: :.= =:.: : .:. :
the best
the chimney and after the childrenhad Hunt and Mr. Marion Iyer got very plan HOLMES COUNTY.Special ,
that could, 'L.--
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university dormitory we
taken a good look at him came
PERSONAL'MENTION. and we can not improve on it here," to The Journal. J
down the chimney. The order of services
at the various Caryville, Dec. 29.-St. John's Day
Two large Christmas trees were on he said. churches in and near Pensacola to-day
each side of the house, and were filled Dr M. W.: Nesmith.. of Wakonda: The building ''was insured for five will. be, as' follows\. : Thursday Masonic day at Caryville ever witnessed was the in biggest thissection. / a.;,

with good things For the little Iowa,. is in' the city for tie winter thousand dollars and the furniture, < Catholic.St. Esther Lodge No. 144 F. ,......jf.-,
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ones. Each child received a big stocking the guest of his daughter ')Irs. Thos.F. for fifteen lost hundreds In the fire Seven which new:I pianos Micnaef' Chnreh-During the win- & A. M.:, white, met in their hall at THOS, DIXON JR: ,:

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which contained candy, nuts and McGourlri. were ter months services will be as'follows: 2 p. m. and by a unanimous vote moved '.. .
lit were covered by Insurance.The First Mass. 7 a. m.: Children's Mass 9 a. >-
The trees beautifully t
fruit. were
Mr. and Mrs.. Clinton'Gripn have returned greatest loss from the fire was m.; High Mass, 10:30 a. m.; Vespers, the entire lodge membership .

up l light with. different.. colored incandescent. from Georgia, where they wentto sustained by Miss Abernethy: : the art Rosary at and 2 p.Benediction m. 4 p. m.;.' Baptisms .- finances and fixtures" to Bonifay, ,in Author of "Tli Clansman" Present His New Play_ '

'" attend the funeral of Mr. Griffin's te* The entertainment was,among the mother. 1- paintings TaTae-!'"'at'fnur thousand dollars struction 1.a..:, &.t:'Sunday School at 9 a. The colored Masons met out of town
merriest given for the children who I m.;Hlgh :Mass and Instruction.'10 a. m.; at St. Marys and had a big procession -
am remember it for a long time as :Mr. Oscar Larcum his returned : and 'v.1al--h: was uninsured. Miss., Vespers, Rosarjrrand Benediction of the lectures and an extraordinaryfine
I Abernethy, spent six years studying: Blessed Sacrament at 4 p. m. Mass during
an evening. _unalloyed t"Mrs. pleasure. from Panama where he las been for I art in Paris under famous masters and,. the week''IC at 7.30' a. m.. except dinner' with an attendance of THE ONE WOMANS
some time. Mr. Larcom;;is delighted Monday and Friday, when it will be offered about 1,000 colored people..
R. H. Turner Givesa with the country and climate! of the I her pictures represented the :work ot at 8 a. m. Daring Advent. Lent and Christmas passed off quietly at _
those years. Among them was a: the months of May and October, Holy .
Chafing Dish Party.Miss isthmus. I painting called "Reverie"_ that was, Mass is offered at 8 a. m. on week days. Caryville there: was not an Interruption .
Confessions in the evenings before Sundays
Louise and Miss Alma the Paris Salon and at save the noise of the cannon fire
Quina Master .Ferdinand JJob Neuman exhibited at Holy Days of Obligation and Pint
Finch, were the honorees at a I I centers and received Fridays from 4 m. to 9 cracker which was used by the boys
very is the guest for a few! days of his several art ,high, p. p. m. Baptisms
A Study of Love and Saefalfem, Suggested by His Novel of the SameName.
delightful chaffln dish 'supper, given Sundays at 2 p. m. or by appoint with no bad effects. There was a
; little cousin Eunice Gerson at the: praise. ment. .
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last night by JUrs, R. H. Turner at,Bungelo at Fisherville I II Christmas tree at the public 'school ; .
her cozy home, corner' of Gonzalezand I Discovery of Roman Relics in England Unlversallst. building last Monday night which .
Barcelona streets.A I I Mrs. J. .B. Cummings, wife of I IJ London Dec 29.=:Workmen engaged First Universalist Church East Chase was loaded with presents for the rich .
'The Greatest play'of the century.-RlcbmoDd TimesDemocrat.MA
chaise dish supper is so delight-|Rev. J. B. Cummings arrived in the i in diverting a roadway at Webwyn, C.street U." at Sunday 6 :School at 10 a. m. Y. P. and poor alike.. The contributions "
m. Richmond JournaL
p. better than The Clansman. -
play
fully informal that Jt is always very I city last week and with her charming II Herts a few days ago unearthed five' made by the. young men of Caryville ;
popular, but for an evening of genuine children, is stopping with :Mrs. Sel- Roman wins in a good state of preservation Episcopal. deserve special mention because the Prices: 25c to-,91.80. Seat sale at Coe's Book Store Tuesday at noon.

pleasure the young people who were lars, on East'Gregory t-treeL I as well as two others of .a D.Christ, Rector.Church-Rev.Sunday School P. H.at Whaley.9.45: a.,m.D.; amount of money given at the "Pie Late train to Barrancas.

Mrs. Turner's guest say that it could -;; different kind a Roman spur, two Morning service at 11. Supper" fat exceeded anything of the
not be surpassed.The Mrs. Homer Hamil Brown is spend drinking bowls six inches high. a St. Katherlnes Church, ,Cervantes and kind ever happening in the saw mill
ing sometime with her mother Mrs. B. Davis streets-Rev. Andrew T. Sharpe 8.
house still contained the small a bowl some bronze plate town of Caryville. The entire town
cup.
T. B.. f:30and
L. Gladden. Mrs. Brown was formally -! rector. Sunday cervices at
Christmas decorations of holly and an iron standard, and a small ..urn'six 11 a. m.; Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. took part in the festivities during the
Miss Lillian Gladden and her
vines. and was aglow with lights. i: inches high. Today at a special court Weekday services on Wednesday and holidays. Much credit is due Dan [OPERA
The supper was daintly and charm- many friends in Pensacola are much Friday at 4 p. m. FRIDAY JAN. 4
Campbell, who did the "subject
I the finds were declared to be treasure Jus.tIce'
ingly served by the hostess pleased to know that she will remain St. John's Church, Wa.nin&ton-Rev.. HOUSE ,
young here until after the middle of January trove and an order was made' for A. T. Sharpe, priest in charge. Services when he represented Santa ,
who was a girl so short a time ago, transference to the British museum. every Sunday at 4 p. m. Claus at the big Christmas tree.
that she had not forgotten what would The Geo.,E, Wood Lumber Co.
The workmen who made the find will Lutheran Church. paid MESSRS.. MARTIN & EMERY'S

Miss Eva Lillian Keeling is visitingher be suitably compensated. Welwynis German Lutheran Church-Rev. J.. F. off all their employees just before .
friend Miss Floyd Stewart of situated on Great Roman road from W. Reinhardt pastor. Sunday School at Christmas and the 500 employees hada
and
Reverent-Artistic Presentation of
Bagdad., She, will return home the London to Gloucester. 9 night a. rru service.EngliFh service 10:30 a. m. No good ,old-fashioned time. In fact Sumptuous

4000! 4000! latter part of the week. Norwegian Seamen's Church-Rev. Jno. Caryville is doing good work in the Richard Wagner's Mystic Festival Play
Here, pastor. Services, 10:30 a. m.; rapid progress of modern civilization

Mr. and Mrs. J. W.'Cer lds, of Birmingham ANOTHER GERM DESTROYER., dinavians Holy Communion cordially 7:30 invited.Presbyterian.p.. m. All Scan the mill plant is being enlarged every ..1tFNNN................N1NN..N.INNNMJPARSIFALJL
who have been spendingthe > day and W. B. Archer the vicepresident -
What? Why, Records. holidays with their son, Mr. Jas. Herpicide Is Death to Dandruff Germs. and ,general manager is hustling

T. Gerelds of this city, leave to-day First. Presbyterian Church-Rev. Julian ,, 1 1i.
The germ burrows into the scalp S. 11 timber Into the big mill all the time.
Edsion 35c Sibley, pastor. Preaching at a. nLand
Columbia 25c. for their home.
throwing up the cuticle in thin scales, 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at ':30 a.
called dandruff or scurf and diggingat m. Christian Endeavor at i:30 p. m. CRUEL TRICK PLAYEDOn
Victor 35c 60c and $1.00. Rev. Lynn R. Walker, formerly pas the root of the hair where it Sunday School at. the Stoddart Avenue
tor of the First Presbyterian church, saps Mission at 3:30 p. m.. C. F. Zeek super j
is in the city and will preach at that the hairs vitality. First comes brit intendent. All are cordially invited. 'N. Y. BANKERVienna i. .11

You can get any record you church this morning. Rev. Mr. Walker tle baldness.hair then'Nine-tenths falling hair,of, and the finally hair Church of ChristChurch .1 ;

comes to be present at the Mallory- tioubles are caused by dandruff. With- of Christ corner Jackson and Dec. 23.-A cruel trick has ........... .. N N ............
want at the Fisher wedding Tuesday but he will Alcanli streets-Bible School at 9.45 a. m.
I in the meantime be cordially greetedby out dandruff hair will grow luxuriantly Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by been played on. a New York banker ADAPTED BY WM. LYNCH ROBERTS
nature intended "Herpicide"kills W. T.,Tracy. Prayer meeting Wednesdayat who
as named Myrok by a Hungarian
his hosts of friends here and
Clutter Music House. doubt a very large number of them no the dandruff germ leaving the 7,30 p. m. All are cordially Invited. wished to return home from America. THE MOST NOTED PRODUCTION OF THE CENTURY

will be present to hear him preach today hair to grow unhampered, as. It does Second Church of Christ-Scientist. Myrod told the police Budapest,
'Machines going daily at $1 with American Red man. Second Church of Christ Scientist- that the man..came to him in New Played by a Select Company of -
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r. For sale..by W. A. D'Alemberte, Services every Sunday morning at 11 York and informed him that he was
o'clock Wednesday" evening at 7:30
per week. The friends,of Mrs. Edward P. druggist and apothecary 121 South o'clock..; Reading room open daily from 10 Kecskemety: a Hungarian swindlerwho 50ARTISTS. 50
Preston regret exceedingly her seri- Palafox street or send lOc in stampsfor a. m. to :3: p. m.. where Christian Science recently disappeared and for
sample to The Htrpicide-. Detroit ,, literature may be had. Room 6, Masonic whom reward of $12.500 offered
Do you own one? ous illness and hope for her speedy Temple. was ; Special Notice-For the convenience of "Parsifal" patrons the former
recovery.Mr. Mich. He suggested that Myrok should go [ rule of commencing the evening performances at 5.30 a two-
Y. M. C. A. back with him obtain the reward and hour dinner intermission has been done away with. During this engagement *
and Mrs. J. J. Byers have as Y. M.. C. Association building open that they should share the money. the curtain will rise at 7.45 sharp. Carriage may be ordered at
from :3: to ( p. m. Young Men's Bible Class! 11.15. Auditors must be In their seats at rise of first curtain, as no onewill
l their guests Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Rob- 4 p. m. Bos' Bible Class :3 p. IT. Bible Myrok thereupon took tickets for i be seated during the action of the play.
ertson and children of Mobile, Ala. Teachers' Training Class 'Thursday 8 p. both to Europe and they have arrivedat Prices: 12.00 | .!o, 11.oo.,75c and M. teats Wednesday January 2.
GOOD "What You When' .You m.. Open daily from 9 a. m. to 10 p.. m. Budapest. On their way to the Tickets ordered by Mall will be promptly forwarded on receipt of remittance -
BUTTERThere Miss Evy Starr, ,of Louisville is a taR. Visitors cordially welcome. police office however the supposed and i.li-Addruatd Envelope.

visitIng Mrs. Joe-1Vei1 at her home on Baptist. Kecskemety disappeared Myrok lias Late train to Barrancas.mvt&w .

is no article that I North Barcelona street. THE TIDY First Baptist Church-Rev. Thos. M. since received a letter from him ex-
Sunday School at 9.30a. '
Callaway, pastor. plaining that he was anxious to get
to the and M'ss Herron who nu Judge i B- D. Beggs euperlnterfdent. home that he adopted this methodof
comes table at Dr. Herron Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. and .
have so frequently been the Christ Morning subject: Message of the First getting there.
I meal time that gives mas guest of Mr.. and Mrs. F, R, INK-WELL Evangelist." At tight the ordinance of I **. .....$. .. ..............
administered to '
baptism will N: > twenty I
better Meade;anticipate great. pleasure In I 'WATOJES j
satisfaction than of their at dinneron ca.ndidatl"s.Musi 1 Program. i at 11 a. ttif and 7:30 p. m. Sun DIAMONDS, JEWELRY,
being family party
...... ...........Shelley" day' school at 9:30 a. m. J. N. An .
good butter. Our New Year's (|ayIt's .._ Always closed, yet Prelude"Hark, the Herald-- Angels" ..Mendelssohn I. drews. superintendent.' Epworth, League CLOCKS. PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZ3E %
"Sing Alleluia Forth" .............. Buck at (:30 p. m. '
Clover in the flavor: Try Blue Ribbon "Behold I bring you glad things,"..... Gadsden Street Methodist Church-Rev. STERLING SILVERWARE, |

Leaf Brandt Vanilla.] Absolutely 'pure. goes twiceas open, when ready to dip'pen There"Were.'Shepherds'.BuckEvening." Coombs: F.11 A.a. Rogers m. and pastor.7:30 p. 'Regular m. Sunday services School at ART POTTERY; OPTICAL GOODS

far and the "Blue Ribbon Flavor"is t:30 a.'mJ. B. Tiller superintendent.Erworth .. It
creamery butter isgiving perfection. Ask.for the 25c size. Motion Prelude ;......i............ Batiste League at '30 p. m. ? CUT GLASSWARE.
into ink. ,of Silent" Land" ...,_.....:..Ambrose Powelton CiJ"'ult-Rev. J. W. Breed- I
the best of satisfaction -RoVk"The of .Agf'S" .....................Bu'k'' love pastor; G o. li. Hick, assistant.
Coming Industry of the United States. Fo'tlude ...................Selected First Sunday, Powelton. 11 a. m. and 1 5 "
Phone Statistics hand dipping m ink 13. P. U- at 1:30 p. m. p. m. First ;:)amdsy, P1ne'Forrest. 3:30 p.
us Washington Dec. 29.- pen Y. .
your Hill Baptist Church. 13th Avenue m., Second hunday, iluicogee. 11 a. m.and Fngravinand Fine SfllfJon ry. i
orders just published show that there are between East Jackson and Gadsden Sts. Rev. 7 p. m. Third Sunday Brent. 11:. .:;
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upwards of 2,000 canneries in the ink well. 75 J'a-. feenterflt pastor. Sunday School at m. Third Sunday. Warrinston 7.30 p., : ,
uncovers 11 andp.m'
Fourth SundaEKambia. a. m.
second and
Preaching
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United States. Last year 1,200,000000 ,- -
_. fourth at 11 a. m. and t.30 p. m.praver 7
tin cans were manufactured at SUtit* every Wednesday night Mail I OMtrs Receive, Prompt Attention. I
and $1.00. First Church of Christ
cents School
a cost of nearly 11,000,000 while the at 7-30(>> o'clockSunday everySunday '
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First Church'of Christ. ScleoUAt-Ser.
Sol Cahn industry is rapidly spreading.r :: West Snn'lUpttet Church. West Jack vices.at Pensacola Library at 11 a, m. !
& Co
!son! street-Rev. J- W. Senterflt, pastor. every Sunday. Strangers are always

The Pure Food I i BIDS WANTED. Maura Stationery Co. every Sunday! first School and third at 10 Sunday a. m.'at Preaching 11 a. m. welcome., E O. Zadek Jewelry Co. 1,
Store. I I Bids will be received by the building and 7.00 p. m. Prayer meeting every First Christian Church. .
S utb_nt Corner Palsloi' and Intendtncia I 1(!committee ot the Palafox Street Methodist Stationers That Know. Phone 165. Sunday at 7 p. m._ First Christian Church 43 East Gregory MOBILE ALA. t=
ist*Church. Ho Jamkiry 1. for removal street-Sunday School at 10 a. m.. 1L J. ,
Phones {f78 ,of the LeBaron house "to the corner of Cor. Government and Deluna, Sts. Methodist. Mackey, superintendent Prayer meeting ". '-WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE." 2:
I I I Belmont and Guillemarde streets. Address Palafox Street Methodist Church- Wednesday at 1M p..m..AU are_tordUUy titlt'**VWWt. ......... .. '.a.. .....I....
I. .. or s*ply to 4 .1f.McMlLLAti.sdectt Rev. J. B. Cummings, Pastor. Preaching invited
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19 06 W GREETING TO YOU! .r, : ., '.. The ,result ;is that we.have an' endless_ ,variety'.of Jap .

f /' and Chinese Matting remnants that we are going to'sell

t G _., at.lOc; 12c and 15c. They are all fine patterns, and s oI?ldI'

; for 30c and 35c a yard. We have pieces from: ,5 yards to 50

i ., -ro,- yards. Just what you want for a small room. Come

I' -. quick or they will be all gone. ye .need the .room as V we

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; A happy, happy.New Year,to you,-to all I of our' friends and patrons We wish i to" thank-you for the appreciation you have s wn'f?f


our methods, our offerings and our prices* 906 has been: thejriggest year in our hIStory arid everything indicates that'in 1907 we will do a still


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You have appreciated:us, :therefore we, have: ,grown* We thank you,-again and, again You appreciated us because of our liberal


NV offerings We have sold good goods-and at liberal prices*. ; .' ,

t W "' As usual this 'week' we are offering special inducements to buy-only-_ as this is 'the first week of .,the new ',year these .inducements V are,

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For 'Monday' only t and $17.00 ,, V overstocked on ,side-. .. '
boards. We would like
for cash, only, we are go-

ing to sell you this to sell a few. before we

fine, strongly-built chair, Here is a fine, highly} begin taking'tock. We ?

either in cherry oak polished Oa Pedestal
; .. or are, therefore, going to

St %1llll for$l9a.; "This is a real Table, suitable for dining offer some great values. ___

t bargain, and we have room, library, office,- ,
think! You
Just can buy;,
few. will
only a They
parlor or anywhere. For '
fine sideboard for
$18 -
not last long at this a ,

pri e. They eke cobbler a few days only, we are'offering ., $20 and $25. They are_

seated, carved and are thistable,at the sold for double anywhere -

good enough for any extremely low price of.;' else. You must

&ne tt. "home. Come early be- $17; one dollar dowil" F see them appreciate +
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drained will make a fine agricultural valley, and the improvements. that bank and pushing the work forward j!Inn..l HIIIIHHllHIHIIIIlllHBIIIllllBIIIEEIEIIISICIIi I
WASHINGTON DRAINAGE country: have been made. I I This wou\d be easier on the machinery i M :
I much rapid work than pA
and
more
"From Fort :Myers up to Alva there "From my conversation with Captain I
swinging the dirt clear across this j i
Henry, Mr. Singletery, a surveyor, FOR COLD FEET
Is scarcely any fall in the river but'as
EXPERT REPORTS and from a personal examination of wide channel that you'are making. 1
t, w e approach'Denaud and Fort Thompson the township maps In the recorder's The other dredge that you are build-'t 1: I -

______ ___ the current becomes stronger'which office I have gotten a fair idea of the lug could follow up this out if necessary --,1 i
huu.uu and widen it, placing the dirt on Ask to be shown a pair-of ourCUSHION
indicates that there is a great land in Lee County. A great deal of I aB )
tion of the state,examined the recordsIn deal of fall. Theriver'- for a large it is higher and more easily\ reclaimed on the opposite side. I II I e A
In a Letter to Comptroller the recorder's office, and went up stretch here Is narrow and shows thatit than I had expected to-find. It seems 'I I went through the hull of the new II
the Caloosahatchee river as far as has gradually worn Its way throughthe from my present knowledge of the dredge you built and inspected 1t'care- I II SOLE-SHOES !
Croom Says DrainageIs Fort Thompson. There, I procured a rock strata. The canals up near country, that there is a natural depression -I I,fully and can, safely say.that. I never. 1 ,
better of work ..
saw a piece put upI
email gasoline boat and 'went on up Okeechobee that were cut by the Diss running off south and west front I
Feasible. the river as far as Lake Hickpochee. ton people have increased In width Okeechobee, which includes within its don't really see how,it could be
made than it is. The Ladies'$3.50'Gent's $4.50. r
The lake was so, rough I could not since they were dug, and the currentin boundary a valley of exceeding rlcjj;, any stronger :
get into Okeechobee, but I saw enoughof them is very strong indeed, so and fertile land that is not wet but machinery, with a few exceptions i
the country to give me a good idea much so that in places it was difficultto simply overflowed in 'times of high sees to ba well proportioned and. I lIq
INTERESTING ACCOUNT OF HIS of this territory. I' was very favor- make progress with our little water. This land is, more firm than str ably impressed with the Caloosahat- boat. The last fifteen months have tie Everglades proper and there stems that it requires Intelligence
'EXPERIENCES DURING ,RECENT chee valley. It Is extremely fertile. been extremely wet in the vicinity of tj be no question as to its fertility and and The discretion frictions to being properly operated operate( by it. i Penacola Shoe Parlors I

TRiP TO EVERGLADES _. SAYS and the banks of the river on either I I Okeechobee. The Caloosahatchee river the feasibility of reclaiming it :team, powerful and unless ,
side from Fort Myers to Labelle are' has overflowed Its banks and done "After leaving Fort Myers I passed are very g
"the realizesthe
in charge fully
I' engineer
GOVCKNMENT SURVEY WILL lined with orange groves. [I more or less damage to the orange around to the east coast, and with power under his control, he t? i S. W. Cot. Intendencia and Baylen Streets.
i "At Fort Thompson I found Mr.! groves and truck farms in the valley Governor Broward, Captain Hendry; and
liable at times to do damage
COMMENCE AT'ONCE., I Goodno who owns 8,000 acres of land In its present condition it is a serious and Captain Rose, visited the gladesin breakdowns. It QHII.IIIiIHRIIIII/Il6tilliII>!sllltHll@1fiiIllllillllllsI'DAY )
cause expensive
;you
bordering on the river, has established menace to the development of this the neighborhood of Fort Lander-,Is, therefore in judgement, of the
: a dairy and has a herd of graded part of the country and unless the dale. We went up the river in a utmost my that the
The Journal. Jerseys. The cattle live on the native steam launch for some distance, and importance man em-
Special to : drainage can be improved it is not
ployed to run this dredge be selected SUPPLY COMPANY
Tallahassee, Dec 28-The follow. !grass which abounds in the marshes unlikely that the overflow may destroy then continued our journey in the ELECTRIC AND
because of his fitness for the position.I
l lowing letter has Just been receivedby and have but a small amount of grain. the orange business on this river small boats by means of which we realize of Prepared to do an electrical repairing en short noticeRio* phone (79 and *.
the difficulty
Comptroller A. C. Croom from Mr.J. He is making as fine butter as I ever and do an irreparable injury to the went out some distance into tha securing men representative will call. W. T. Bidwett President and Manager. 205 S. Baden
of this kind, but hope will be
O Wright the expert on drainage saw In any of the northern states and people. glades proper. Here I got a good ,viewof you street.111111111111011t111111NN1111411111111111114.. '.
able to
(If 'the department of agrtcntture at [the yield that he gave me from some "Captain Menge 'who runs the the country and the character of "I am secure giving one.I opinion in
:Washington: of the cows is rather remarkable. steamboat tells me he hauled 200,000( its growth. This open land, known as I you my
these matters because
-After leaving Tallahassee I went This would indicate that the pasture, box s of oranges out:of this river last "The Glades" is not much different, and you requested .
me to do not because it is
so
to Fort Myers al4d saw several of in this locality Is I except to its area, from other any
age very good. year and expects to get as much as as part of official duties., : ;
the citizens there who are familiar I take it that the land in this valley Is 300,000 boxes this season. This gives marshes which I have seen drained' my .
"Dr. Mead, chief of office Is in
with the lands In that particular sec eztren ]y: fertile and when properly you some idea of the fertility of this and reclaimed in Indiana, Michigan,'I California, but we expect our him here by t SURPLUS SUPPLY P I :
and Illinois. The land I think is:extremely : eac leS sin
-- the middle of the month, and as soon ELBERTA AND CARMEN
fertile, and when the wateris
as he comes I will talk' over the de- .
taken off of it will in the
course i
of time settle down and become comparatively bUs will start of the out survey a field with party him at and once.we two to three-feet stock at 5 cents each. Klo dyke i

first drained firm.are Such better lands suited'when for ,It is my intention to commence the and Lady Thomson Strawberry Plants at $2.50 per :
work at Fort Myers and run a line

\ i;/ RED 'ROCI( age becomes pasture crops somewhat and more for grass a compact few decayed than years and for until From the the the vegetation aver soil the--,of Lake precise to Okeechobee determine levels, up and,the the then elevation Caloosahatchee run base of 'I thousand.All other stock in proportion.' Write for price list ::

at Address
; ,. : current flowing from the glades down lines such moss direction Lee ,as and will Dade give countiesin me the once. i
Into New river there Is no doubt -
as best idea: of the configuration: and i C. R. LONG Nu'swrnan 1 Andalusia Ala.
to the fall and the possibility of drainage. i
contour of the surface. .
Your Doctor 'It is only a question of cutting I The drmatic conditions, around 111110000010 1b0100106011/1N.1MC 0.1111111009 OOSe t.0
Will: enough channels to lower Lake Okee
Fort Myers give that'section a value
chobee and carry the water without .,_ ......J
that is not'possessed by other
I I Recommend Red overflowing the banks. part Rock I "In the edge of the glades near below the frost 'Une' and
a Lauderdale I visited an'orange
grove
produces crops of a high commercial
on a small island which was apparent. value.
Ginger Ale ly but two or three feet higher than' u _
; i
f :cowered,
h p The rock seemed to be near the sur-
o surface at this place, but it seems that
,, II As a delicious, non-alcoholic, non-stimulating beverage to orange trees do dwell where there is Don't ForgetTO
I drink but a small amount of soil the
at home.nothing excels Red Rock over
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Ginger Ale. Add rocks. I noticed this fact also along
to this its marvelously) beneficent influence on digestion the Caloosahatchee. GET -
and you have the truly ideal "I then went to the dredge you have -&i';: ii
beverage.Look .
built and found it doing excellent New Year's Cakes
t work. You hare a powerful machine ,.
which was digging the ,coral rock aa.
for the Red Qpck Crown ifp though It were nothing but ordinarY We" Hive the Best In Town.

stopper on bottles- Q clay. The hull Is strong and well built FRUIT CAKE .A SPECIALTY,
machinery of ample power and if an ; A1 f IT IS YOUR ONLY PROTECTION 1* jxwperly handled'by good careful men EatingRefreshments Line. J
t lt I t .b I[ see no reason why you should not of all kinds.Priccee -
1WM11E t0 make great progress and soon cut I always reasonable. I
Sold tin'bottles A1tJINU1 through, this Hm of stone Into the
i
at aU
groctnes,etc., much lands: after which the work on I Opposite Poltoffice. Phone 134.

and on draught at founts. ER the dredge will be much easier and I .. _. ..- )1
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its capacity will be practically unlim '
ited. Nick's Place

6wj4// "If you will pardon me for the suggestion Over'2OCO,000, thousand sold in Oest Florida in 19C5.
I think It will be better for !
__ IMMHM you to narrow up the cut you are now No. 2.a Frank Fla.
Trade Consolidated making with this dredge 40 or 50 Rejljey Agent Pensacola UPAGE
supplied by Grocery Co.,. PensacolaFIa. feet placing the material all 'on one ,

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Interesting facts in Connection Stiiiman ] .
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I PreeManL'nowles .
J. : WwPresltGji'lHiugjr.A. Stcrsfcrj.CHj : "

;' : WithlBuilding of : Hyer .
.. H. B'Alem6erte. ;, "

o* .Great-Hotel. "' v Ti8ls rer. 'I Kiscger.' :;

Drink the old original ArbuckIes"i years, exceed the combined salesof .' : ,

ATOSA Coffee, the blend of l all the other packaged coffees. ONE OF ARCHITECTS OF
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Brazilian coffees.inost wholesome In sealed packages only for THIS\ WON ERFUk' STRUCTURE How About an investment in Suburban Property ? :

and stimulating, as well as most your protection.' Don't I buy loose RELATES HIS 'EXPERIENCES IN
who take vacations in Sanitariums -- r
economical Anything dearer coffee out of a,'bag, I bin or tin that ST. AUGUSTINE.

than Arbuckles ARIOSA islextravagant on featherweight rations, but the the roaster is ashamed to seal in. a "Hotel formed the subject for discussion We Own 2300 Lots in East Pensacola.

and no one can sell healthy vigorous manhood and with his ;it" at a recent meeting of the! :
package name 0
New York Architectural League
coffee for the womanhood that constitute the .
fas price '
good same If went says the New York Herald. In open- ; r. '
c People who drink ArbucUes} useful majority. The first roasted your grocer supply ing the discussion Mr Richard How- xxx' ,
write to land Hunt president the league. i introduced -
ARIOSA Coffee are not dys-! packaged coffee;sales of Arbt }- ARBUOCLE BROS Mr. John 11. Carrere adding ,

peptics? with fashionable nerves les',, ARIOSA Coffee for 37 New Yar1 Q,. and that his he did partner so because Mr. Thomas Mr. Carrere HastIngs This addition to Pensacola has over one and one-haff

I I-that- -the-givers-of-tips-'or-commissionsare ------- the eyes, "were of the the first country architects in regard to open to miles of water front on Pensacola Bay and Bayou Texar, It is

I, GHOST FRIGH TENS not to be punished willy mlly hotels'* Mr. Hunt had reference to .
Prosecutions for offences under the Ponce de Leon' at St. Augustine, and the coming residence section of the best people.
act are not to be instituted :without ,03 that. wa$ the first! hotel in. this
the consent of the Attorney General country to. be erected from a definiteart ,
ENGLISH MINERSWraith or the Solicitor General, and it is al-I standpoint the lively account Also'
so arranged that the Xezatious Indictment which Mr. Carrere' gave of how he We are owners of over 1,000 J acres west of the
act shall apply to' Uch prose1: and his, partner taint' to build it and

I manded, the charge being manufac; cutions.f how they wen.t-; bout building it is city, between Big Bayou and Little Bayou.
.
| Barnurp & ,Bailey.
Has, a Habit of turing an excisable article without,, a worth circulating' beyond' the league
; The affairs of "Barnum &; Bailey'sGreatest
license, and also with inciting Mr. meeting. ..
houseat Show ,on Earth were men- -I,.remember how.I JelLT ,said Mr.Carere .
of
the
Four HoursDaily Young manager a public
Spending _Enfield to embezzle his master's;High tioned Court in the the Probate other day Division on an of the applicAtion ; "",,'he\ )[Hastings and myself ., Also several hundred acres north of the city between
secured first which
". our Job. wasa
ne) "
in PrayerNear ; that Mrs. Ruth Louisa Bailey '
JTie man was Henry Robert Stevens ,hotel One afternoon about twenty-
be appointed administratrix pendentelite Pensacola and Goulding. We control the West Pensacola
fft traveler and it is alleged that he three years ago we and our sole assistant -
.. of the estate of her late husband,
the Mine. ,
.; offered to sell to Mr. Young a preparation an office boy were sitting in
'" which when mixed: with water I" Mr.Mr.James Bailey Arthur was in Bailey.partnership with out ;office ,waiting for something to Land Company, .(Pettersen addition) and the South Pensa-
would enable him to adulterate beer Mr. Barnum and managing directorof turn :up when Mr. HaEtIngs receiveda _
"MYSTERIOUS APPARITION BEGAN without detection. Mr. Young said., the show until his death in April hote from air; Henry' M. Flagler cola Land Company. .
that Stevens called on him and explained last in the 'state of New York.' He asking him 'to'go,around to Mr. Flag-
VISITS A 'WEEK AGO AND ,that he could make $25: dollarsa ,held nearly half the shares namely ler's office ,>lr 'Hastings was gone
week for himself by using the about,an hour, meanwhile holding
v 'CARRIES OUT PROGRAM WITH, preparation. needed 167.30L in Another:Mr. Bailey's director place was'it now was the-r withiour only employe. As Money invested now in lots in East Pensacola in the

\'BUSWESS'LIKEVREGULARITYHUNDREDS ...: ,Mr. Young at first refused to have explained and the widow was anxious ')t '. Hastings! "Cad done some small .
.anything to do with him but after be things for Mr *:flagler, I Land
that her shares should registered I ; supposed West Pensacola. Company addition orin
SUFFERING; FROM consulting his employer he wrote to so that she might be represented at I' that he had beeft Sent for in connection : acreage
him. and it \vas.arranged that Stevens j I the election. There is now a claim fori with these. n" '
1 INFLUENZA. ; should give a demonstration of his i I $125,000 on behalf of the testator's estate : "Suddenly I heard a great commotion suburban property, ,will give you, handsome profits in the
i
preparation in- the cellar of the public
.' against the company being ten in the hall. It seemed to me as '
house. He did so, and after eight per cent on the profits of the American if every door was being slammed, near future. ,
London, Dec. 29-The miners ofCoallsUnd gallons had been drawn from a barrel part of the business. an<* the first tiling I knew .Mr. Hast' ..- '
f of beer he filled it with seven
stricken by up
are panic Baboon Born. ings had opened and slammed our
what they declare to be a ghost which and a half gallons of water a pint Joy and pride reigns at the Zoo- door and was 'standing in the office '
\ is evincing a habit of spending four and a half of his preparation andabout i'logical Gardens for the largest, hairiest and I saw the New York directory .
hours in under a chestnut tree I half a pint 9f.his "finings""When k l 'strongest, healthiest. gloomiest
prayer flying through the air at my head. 1 .

tier near(The sex the apparition and mine.wears which the'' is.of customary'the gen. cellar officer stepped who this. Influenza had had out been been and concealed done arrested an him,excise the:[I I l jnstarrived and He ugliest is a, mandril baboon there:! -with In. captivity,a face like has just that: managed was. / ifljiagvln ajjam Uf doage to.my.allow:that,direction a.T when square, to Ihad'todtrck -f :.Walk in asd Talk'It':Jver: With US.: <- ; ..

garb of white began her revisitations Rampant. I an 'artists! palette but his prismatic pass without hitting me. Qen I be-
Influenza is through the
-4 ja' w ek ago when on the stroke ofmmn&lht stalking face must not be taken as indicativeof '
to pick from my desk '
things
gan
.looking victims and finding I up
country r
Ehe&was &n gliding downa intemperance although he has sky. and throw the!i at .mpartaer, until : : .... ;'ci! :
lane near the'pit's mouth. .th .tn. In :both London and ,theprovinces :I blue. cheeks "and'a scarlet,nose. above the 'diJtll'ana 'theeconfurnon ''I 4. :: 'f.f. ; .i :; ,
'Wbm she reached the tree she it is the same; hundreds of f When he stands up on his hind legs
knelt In prayers-? and remained on suffers ai-e prostrated, with the dis-'!,he i is about five feet high and he has heard* Mr. Hastings shout: 'We are
ease a4d.all classes are equally open going to Flora ,a! We've get a million
a ,JtT levies until the dock struck Jour the strength of six men. His canine '
,,,ben. he resolved herself into thin to the attacks Business firms in [:teeth are 'larger than 'a lion's beingat dollar hotel to build there. Then. ,
London have been serously handicapped -! we simply proceeded to smaS'h everything -
,11fr. least three inches long. He glares
'Every.night since then.she has repeated .by the visitation, coming Just '.gloomily at the world from deep set we could lay hands on, our office '- Pensacola Investment Co.No. .
the pl"OIramme1th business- as it does during the holiday shop I eyes, and a shaggy crest of hair covers boy ably assisting'.us..
'like regularity and has got on the ping. Even Hackenschmidt, th? his bead and shoulders.. "Of course, we'didn't know any ,
champion wrestler has met-his:Tnatch about tine hours
i Rare Tapestry. thing hotels spent
such
miners nerves to a degree that I'
t in
them declare that would influenza a more powerful foe than 1 Sir Rowand Anderson.the well and. days interviewing different men
of they
some rather< lose their work than go on he has hitherto but encountered. lie is known Edinburgh 'arcrtect, writing and we found ,only two points cf' I N. Falafox St. Under Methodist Church., .
recovering slowly. .
night duty. I with regard to the finding of ten agreement among them. Each thought ,
The local clergy were sceptical at Tips Gone. pieces of tapestry in the Duke of Ham- that all other hotel men s,knew nothingat
Great Britain has a new crime. or ilton's rooms at Holyrood makes the all about hotels but all agreed that
first but those of them who have will have 1907. Hitherto .
on January 1. '
visited the place are now'prepared to following interesting explanation: the size of every apartment in a hotel -
the law has not leaned too
admit the genuineness of the 'ghost.Wai I I on the givers and receivers of heavily bribes.) "This tapestry was discovered if should be some multiple of twenty-I -... -' ,. --
tradition has it that Mass such a word may be used in the year seven inches-at that