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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: January 2, 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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(=N- OFBOMBSFOUND .GRAND ,RECEPTION; : RUSSIAN< I''SOUSKDEATH' ,. NEGROES CREATED MGGLELLIIN IS



,AT 'rItB' WHITE,: HOUSE! I' '." -' < '-c. / ,.t GREAT DISORDER i

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: Day Observed '-With,' Traditional I Thousands Marched in Emancipation -

'WINDW S' VfRyl ':=' 'A NEW H HALL.is'


Brilliancy in the National Day Celebration at MAYOR
Russian Police, Make Startling -t Banished.from Home,,a :Runaway P


Discovery. in Jewish Quarters HIGH 'S SUNDAY Capital. from School I and/',Would-Be, J .' ; Savannah. ,BOUGHT BY fi.


In Warsaw. SuicideLAUDANUM

Immense Throngs Gathered ,to Several WiQtQ'Men' Badly Beaten New York's Reelected Executive' ,


4 MASTER STROKE MQRNIG 'Greet the President. t AND:CAS by Riotous\ Marchers. 1.0.0.F. Officer Sworn in for Four


-'f, of'. .. Year Term. _

,, 4 FOR FIRST TIME IN YEARS PA-
VICE-PRESIDENT
AND MRS. FAIRBANKS .
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hoU d Be Promulgation of Moderate And Much amae'" Resulted\ $, Especially : FIRST TO EXTEND Swallowe.dYiaof' ; { Poi' .nand;. Attempted RADE, WAS WITHOUT, MILITARY I i Ii Gynasium of the Pensacola Ath-- AMBITIOUS TO GIVE CITY A

GREETING CHIEF EXECUTIVEBETWEEN ESCORT ,NEGRO TROOPS, HAVING CLEAN, EFFICIENT .
AspiiyxTatien.EXHIBITED AND HONEST
Constitution Now.PREMIER ro. .'
.. Amon -he'Shipping letic Club is Securedby y
p ; 11 A. M. AND BEEN DISBANDED-DAY GOVERNMENT-THIS THE:


WITTE BELIEVES IT :Interests H 12:45 P.. M.'9,052 PERSONS SHOOK ROLL OF BILLS. AND FITTINGLY CELEBRATED BY Odd Fellows. /', .LAST. PUBLIC OFFICE WHICH '' f
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s MR. ROOSEVELT'S PENSACOLA NEGRO S. HE rr
CONSERVATIVES HAND. LARGE AMOUNT OP JEWELRY WILL PROBABLY FILL. tF
RALLY
WOULD ; -
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& f- local lodes Odd have
A Storm having'VI averaging The of Fellows '
LIBERALS TO SUPPORT OF WHEN ARIeAIGME4VPOLICECOURTDAUGMT .. ;
AND fifty miles' an just closed a deal for the property
from forty-sight tp.ovej:: By Associated! Press. g:Cf
TROOPS 'CONVERGING hour paSsed''ve'r nsac'ol&' early ; [,owned by the
GOVERNMENT .Washitfaton Jan. L-New. years -- : vri Savannah Jan. Thousands; of New York, Jan. 1.-Mayor Gee B
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TOWARD INSURGENT : Sunday morning,.,doing' considerable! day at the capital was' observed with POLICE,' .. ; PRfinCt, ; : COMMITTED negroes paraded here.today in honor,i I as gymnasium on West Hill. This McClellan today began his second t
: damag, especially r to;;shipping Inter-:I the tra.dltioBal... brilliancy; of past .='< ... ..., of the singeing of tie emancipation;{place will be fitted out for a meeting term as mayor of New York, this time j

STRONGHOLDS.By ests. The approach'of ihVstorm was hears Thj president's reception I rctt\'OME. r.sAve rjl proclamation. The. parade was marked 1 t!and lodge room and will be used instead I tor four years. The ceremonies to

noticeable shortly After ',10 "o'clock;I gan eleven, o'clock and immense: t1'' by the greatest disorder. 1 of the'present ball on Garden day were few as the shy marked only' ;
I throngs gathered In the vicinity of .4t 'Capt.. C. McBride a former officer II the opening of a new term and not of '
'Sunday rooming and it continued to the White -Houae. .. ',,>: By'Aasociated Press.Nero of the United States army and'now in I street.Th.3. : a new government. ,, The heads ot

Associated PresLWUia. i grow In velocityuntllabout'3SO.The. .Vice-President and. Mrs. .Fairbanks : the newspaper;! business in Georgia Rafford hall on West Garden departments named by Mayor Mc- ra
., Jan. i.-Tte 'police today 1 blow was unexpected and,as a' cons .York, Jan," llTJie ;daughterof I Clellan also
i re-first to'greetlPresdent and Mrs.!, attroptedt'to cross the line and wasset street which was erected /only'a few were sworn In, including
discovered! in a flat on .Kacza street Quence th3't shipping: "Interests were! not'Roosevelt and,' they then, joined the''I a;former Prefect of Police which in War- upon.. and badly beaten. A streetcar years since by the Odd Fellows, has 1 Gen. Biflgham the new police com '
several loaded and V saw; Russian. Poland from city I missioner.
eccupied.by Jews I protected. I receiving party; taking .thir conductor who endeavored to run
unloaded bombs a quantity of expl< Many booms containing"timber'were: Ito i the,Tight of Mrs. Roosevelt. she was ,banished by order of herfather's his cap through the line, which extended been sold to parties in the city through I After the oaths had been administered ,

gives and a number of revolvers *ne I broken the limber going 'adrift 'and{ came Secretary andvMrs. Places. successor'' 'for,IncWng revolution for twelve blocks, was also I the .Pensacola Investment Company,! Mayor McClellan called the department -

police! closed the street and madea causing h!avy, losses to the .timber t'low by;other members.of the, in th-j private school ;where she painfully hurt and forced to leave his the lodge receiving a handsome sum I heads together and told'h

search of all houses many arrests"following. merchants. Some lighters 2-ndj! ) barges all Joining the, receiving line., The was being educated a run"\ away* from car. A photographer who attempted] for the 'pro> ?, rty which is centrally located them his ambition-'was to give the
Berlin where
school at she
Notices have hen posted also broke anchorage and) went upon diplomatic corps in brilliant costumes I ; was sent 11 to make a picture of tbe parade was,' city a clean, efficient and honest gov.
in! parts of the city summoning people the, beach. 1 followed, then justices of tbe Supreme, by her mother and finally a Would'esuicide run from his post by negroes who objected and very valuable. It Is understood ernment. He alluded to his own termas r

to a massacre of the Jews, who are accused I In the ,city, ihs damage was/cot so, Court 2naf other'government"officials. in New Yorkjseventsens, +told to his taking of the picture. that the new owners "--will not the last public office which he

of provoking disturbances, and great, although the roofs of some, and:': citizens' brought up the rear. I Cecilia Tantonia to-day was. sent! This was the first time in a quarterof make any charges in the near future, would probably fill. 1 1i
Krikes. buildings, were slightly damaged and' The raceptlon-ended at two forty: to the home for wayward ffirls. i a century that negroes have parade but may do so later. I i
some trees were-blown down. five. By 'actual count .9.052 persons' The :young iwoman told'her story,in: on this day without'military escort The property of the Pensacola. Athletic THEODORE A. BINGHAM- '

WITTE URGES shook the president's hand. 7.115 I the police 'court to-day .and 'at the the negro companies having beend'isbandd Club was purchased at a reasonable -: SUCCESSOR OF McADOO '

PREMIER were received t year I same time exhibiteoi''roll of bills. by an act of the legislatureat figure, but will haye to be remodeled -I i

MODERATE CONSTITUTION MANIFESTO BY'; Jrs. Roosevelt remained till the containing more that 'fpurhundred its! last session.EMANCIPATION |II| throughout. It is the intention to'I New York Jan. .-William McAxibo -
dollars the remainder. of remittance
ji
end of the reception.A I i I[I almost completely change the style of to-day retired from the office of
St. Petersburg, Jan. 1.-It Is larnd the I sent to her by her mother be! police commissioner' and his
feature of the reception was building, and the Interior will present I successor.
from a high source that Premier CIIAMBERLA1NVIGOROUSLY fore sh3 {left Ber1lnand'ft largequan DAY I I
lar'ge number of children In the call: an.entirely different aspect and wll!i I General Theodore A, Bingrhain.
TCt! is again: strongly urging the em ing line.' tity of Jewelry, -app eptJY' ;of great WAS CELEBRATED HERE make a most'comfortable and conven- formally: assumed command of tea

ptror to Immediately promulgata a I value. I!!lent home for the Odd Fellows when police force of greater New York,
moderate constitution! for the double DEATH AT NOON YESTERDAY i She had been arrested after drink Emancipation Day was'celebrated it is completed. General Bingham's first official act '
of reassuring the liberals that ATTACKS: NEW ENGLISH ing laudanum and turning on. the teas 'Rasto address the inspectors and
pa pose :
1& Pensacola yesterday 'and.a large:; It will b.2 several months before the ,
OF MISS HATTIE GURTHEY In apartmenfs fnVa' I
her down town _
the war against the "Jleds"tot.l1ot captains of He stated _
present of colored peopl of the city place department > -
vGOVER MME r AND umber new is fitted up, andduring this
hotel.he toldthe, police magistrate
mean reaction and: blocking : participated! in the exerci5e .The'lJebq.tiol time the. meetings : that lie tad abolished the systemof
of the order will
His.FIS /Miss Hattie Gurthey.. .old resident the desire< 6\kilU hereof!;was a sud- the
which will spying on members of the
... aad dnand irraststkdje tmpiBi.She\ } sent e '
- when! the National assembly "of tbfa! cIty AVarriagton noon wren the' crowd,. .gatbenjd at',which.wjll remain in the forceThe'system -was first Tntrp-
cqreofs, to transform that body into POLICY, who had many! friends"at., both; places, but fdr a''vlal of, laudanum, ;for imaginary Zion church at 10:30 o'clock and lodges until the new possession I of. duced by Theou,Roosevelt when hoe : k
noou'at her toothache-- drank'the poison antf one $ completed. commissioner.{
I constituent assembly. Moreover, died yesterday' at homeat marched to Palafox street, thence was.police
latter j-lplace: after'an illness of turned en the ease :A maid detectedthe pt ptQUtRANTINEIS
the plan has other backing and the emperor the south to Garden and then out to the
odor of escaping in the'' halls
is showing an inclination to acffPt By Associated Press over a year.: and called thP' clerk'sattention gas who Big! Zion church: where addresses: McCALL HAS /
It. The premier Is understoodto 'Cbamber- She had reached the age of 65 years were delivered by number of prominent t
London Jan. 1.-Joseph broke down the door to the room.
have informed his majesty that f issued election manifesto today and while her death was not unexpected colored orators. .F
an
such an art would be a master stroke lan i After vigorously attacking the 'it was nevertheless. a. shock to .her' ... Dr./W/. Pettiford, of Birmingham NOT RESIGNED DECLARED OFFAND
McGovern-NelsonuFight.
at ti! present Juncture ani might 1 new govenment'wtdchhe' describesas friends. I ; was orator of the day and deliveredthe t
rally the whole body of conservative essentially "A home\rule.Ut\le Eng- The deceased leaves but few relatives New York, Jan. 1.-Articles or principal address to the colored<

and liberal opinion to the side of the lander government, ,depending- its and these are mostly at 'De- agreement were signed hers to- 1ayI' people. C. F. Call and several others i: REPORT THAT PRESIDENT OF PORT PHYSICIAN WHITE j
CGvernm J1t. existence: on Irish votes," he -devotes Funlak: whore she resided for many for a six-round bout between Terry were azaong those who delivered

himself entirely to the' exposition of his years. I'McGovernand Battling; Nelson to short addresses. NEW YORK LIFE HAD QUIT AND HIS ASSISTANTS RETURN '
TROOPS CONVERGING the sub- Tbe remains will be Interred this afternoon take place in Philadelphia, March 16. The' celebration was largely attended Rr

TOWARD AND ject fiscal of policy colonial and especially preference ''which "h ton cemetery. quis of Queensberry contest. In the church.
I i
speaks of as the first item .in the constructive
Milau: Jan.: 1.-Four columns of program of the unionist par.'. The closed quarantine season for

troops! principally cavalry and artillery ty. The second' Item closely connected By Associated Press. th? port of Pensacola has at last been

are converging toward :Milau and with the; first being the policyof .. ,. New York, Jan. 1.-Tbe report that declared off, and Dr. White, the port x
kita: Th.. insurgents. In the towns retaliation. I John A. McCall had resigned as president physician and his assistants have returned

ield by them, are instituting a social: of the New York Life Insurance from the quarantine station

democratic administration as if they Company at. a meeting ot the trustees where the have been for about,eight

Were In possession permanently. EIGHT HOUR: .FIGHT, .. .... (last Saturday, was denied tonight by months or taore.
frtakenborg a woman of seventy aaJ -'- August G. Paine, a member of the com- 'The season came to a close Saturday

tit) girls sit In th3 city councIl. IN NEW' YORK CITY mittee recently appointed to go overt night, when all those who could

; i : 'tl"' company's affairs. Mr. Paine stat I be spared from the station came to
!-fk. ed that jihe report was. absolutely untrue the city and hereafter all vessels will 4 4I
\\V.\ .II.BREDTDIEDSUNDAY .. that be boarded from the city and only,
I By Associated ,Press, and added the trustees did
1-At'ibe meetingof I not meet Saturday. It had been said I sent to the station, where ballast of
New York ""an: nature is
objectionable found or
that th :meetlng was a secret one and an
NIGHT, Typogfaphiau Union No. .6 yesterday that the trustees had-pledged them where sickness is on board. .
there was a general ..reu the custom In former
1 to It has been
their impend- selves keep the matter of the reeIgnation -
among the printers that a secret Until the annual years to declare! the season open
:11c fight with the )'rp4l1\eQ\e; was already I re- about November let, but this year it
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HAD REACHED AGE OF 77 YEARS won. By a vot 'Or 1.10& to 400a f port of the company came, ,.out tomorrow seems as though the Marine Hospital
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AND resolution! was passed which they Service forgot about Pensacola, and
HAD
BEEN
ILL
FOR lelieved will disarm'a .majority of the did not take any steps in the' matter

SEVERAL MONTHS. Typothetae concerns.. NEW GOVERNOR until communicated with by Secratary l
This resolution, while) insisting on I Jones of the Chamber of Commerce -

the 43 hour week, stipulates that the and even then several weeks
employer may dlstri l1te..ttJat"time: tq WISCONSIN' elapsed before action was takn.
.J. H. Bredt an old citizen who sut! himself to long as tl1e 8 :)vorkinghours' I
l resided here for many years, did fall bp wpen half after seven. a
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. hnday night at his home corner of i SALVATION ARMYCHRISTMAS
By Associated Press.
! Eteth avenue and Twelfth street, the morning ana naif after, five in \
. titer s lingering illness. Death wasr tn Madison, Wis., Jan. Lieutenant k
I to affliction of the the afternoon. Typothetao Governor James O. Davidson was today TREE FiI /
f principally an The members of. the
within- the: last week thai sworn iu as. governor to serve the I ,- .,
hare said
He had only recently returned irate an arransern.nt would be, satisfactory unexpired term of Governor Lafollette

a trip! to Chicago, was in poor health such to them and, yesterday'- action who goes-: to th; Unite:! ,States. senate. LARGE NUMBER OF LITTLE ONES

.Wi reaching here, and snort took to the union.Is' looked' upon ali'a.o.nceslon'
by
s bed. BEGINNING OF NEW YEARCELEBRATEDIN
ft <. to the, employers{ ;:;. MADE HAPPY BY EVENT OF
1
, deceasM had cached the ad- ROME .' r.
' ;used< lie leaves a BUSINESS MEN, APPROVE. LAST. NIGHT.

) ltrte f number of relative among JOURNAL'S NEW RATE:CARD Rome, Man.: The close of the old ..
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hem are nine sons and daughters. ,.. ; '..... year .and the beginning! of the new'i Christmas- tree- given by the
The> remains will be buried this af- whiih .Th"e>Journal Is was celebrated] in Rome In the'merri- The .
moon. tie Cortege !leaving the famdence TJie response 'rAdvertUlHr Rats l est. 'mann r. Splendid weather prevaiVsd. -t Salvation Army to the poor children,
Its new hail
fir receiving( the Army
night
at 3 o'clock for St. indeed. On King Victor: Emmanuel and lot the city last at
gratifying ,
Mn'u Card Is very decided success and reflects b
a
cemetery, wirers the remains tagre9. that the Queen Helena amused their child rou
sill w interred all sides, r.dvfr.ti 5r : and r with moving machine pictures. The great credit upon tbeofficer in charge f
expected
raise in rates was t to b* local Captain Richard
the service Pope, who sisters dined with him. expressed -j'of the 'post ,
HEW( YEAR'S GREETING Is perfectly In tee9lnr'i"Ub now giv i satisfaction at the manifestations Morris. ..
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FROM W. H. TRIMMERthe which Tb$; of affection received by him and Over: a hundred little ones and their

v ing. .rsponsecame sent his blessing: to the .faithful 1 parents were crowd into the hall
of the most agiaeale entertainment .bf>gan. The .
Journal Year's One IbrouYhout the worla' when the .
received New business
I a enterprising JrC
rom that f /, shortly after ;;
( uw., tree was lighted up
T.sfrom w. Trimmer, of Mo- not only
I ** In the form of two bottlrs:: of mar Sol Cahn. Mr. Cahn is Marshal Thornton Dead. seven o'clock'and at 7:45 .Capt. Norris :.y,JI ;

kuPP?ca oar: wine made by that gent continuing -hl-! advert'Isepnentunder' Inbresiins; aS! Toledo. Ohio, Jan. l.-;Marshal:'offered prayer, following! : this with an t
the new rat; but h9 ( ; eloquent expression of thanks to tbe t.t
Mr. Trimmer has the rspuv -in today's Frank; Thornton, who was shot while !
t by ont-tblyd, and arrest people whose liberality bad made the ;p
space attempting to five suspectedrafebloTvars I
v of making a fine article and .hasa very interest'advertisement '- Salvation
hat tree possible. Two of the -i
filed at Toledo Hospital
Journal takes time to earnSonht .
as It x'ill shortly it will nol ing address to, the public.J. yesterday.* Martin Kirby arrested Army Sunday school children sang avery '.;.
very I after "
duet
here Thursday night and Identified as pretty and appropriate .
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3 IJ"0 equal to the rputation.1MB1Tnjr CO.1' distributed
( .. p. WILLIAMS! one of the: men who shot Thornton, which the presents wire
has The Journal's best ITS: OFfiCERS live Santa Claus, whose 'J'
h ELECT reiL
ts and thanks. will likely b>* charsed with murder: by a
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---: appearance was greeted with; applause :sand
old- "
A recent me tin :of'th. stocl # Wrecked by Dynamite laughter. .. ,'
'B Fire In Brocton. th) J. .P; :WlllUm Company Every child In the audience whose 3
10n ers of Scranton, Pa., Jan. X;': A c namite
Mass tourv.ttr Sceri
Jan. 1. The when'
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received *
8aTannahr L- had been handel: In
) blOCk was held In Wil- tomb was thrown against the trontdoor' name
at the of Main J. P.
corner -
kind and without exception
,
streets fire, were elected for this yetr. big rT J'. of the Giovanni Fazzl mac: aronl present of some
was gutted by head oftbe bag of crjzdy.
received a
last a.t.tt. all
Is again Franklin at 115
liens at I Avenue
factory
f the night city In theatre one Portion was located of the', company.!. with T.,A.' Jennlngof" ( PC nsaeola clock this morning,.end the whole fruit and nuts. Their happy faces handed a*
goodies were 3y
and
at 1 late as Tice-presidest the front ,of''' the building and half the the presents
this hour Indications were I The company announced that UNCLE SAM-I AM CERTAINLY GQtNG TO TRY'AND MAKE THIS MACHINBpF MINE BR1.AK ALL; storeroom were wrecked. The.A/Hng- to them more than repaid the troubleof 4
art
of the had esCle41ii..oUs -' most ;
building '
damage. The loss ''w11l t'I past year hag beta One of:tbe:* BEOORDS' DOWN THIS RQABU. / < i .. ton,Hotel adjoining was badly dazu- preparing the entertaiamcat.

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a a aaaa the family 3f,h Mother, Peter Toma-I -
r, maaa2a set ta.'a ,tr --! ,. sMh ROLL OF :HONOR, .
aal s s4.Fio fend Gorg'ia,Boyer, L
of.,Pensa,?$!la, fe dkeveral.days: ber$ CONVENT SCHOOL Y
the guests\of fias 4.Brooks Morris.They : DELICATE ViOMEN
returned' Pensacola Friday i TC.

f YOU MEN ; morning,QT the Tampa. .
Misses,Kara 'and Nellie Andrews Senior Girls-Misses Maggie Mae .
arts Laura Joyner. of Ptnsacola, are Hatton. Maggie' McHugh Louise You will l never get well and strong, bright, hap

: visiting relatives here. Biebighauser. Ada. McHogh, Genevieve PYheart ty and free from pain: until you build up your

N'N 1\Conductor spent Christmas,' Carroll. day White with and relatives family Rafferty Sunshine Bergin, Mane constitution. with' a nerve refreshing, blood-making

.n Penq, ,la. Steele, Emma Schambeau Mattie toni lik'eIt
N Tha Odd Fellows of Oakland Lodge O'Brien Lala Cusachs Florence
No. 18, elected :officers ,Tuesday night Roche Agnes Banfell, Maggie Maloney ,

, for the next term en follows: :. R. H Jennie Burns, Josie Holihand.
41 That Like To McEwln. N. G.: H. L: Lanor7. V G.; Senior Boys Masters Emmanuel f@rdUj
fU AM Chas.,, Kelly, Jr.., Re ,.Sect John Re- Eddie MottJL, ,1Vine.
nuke; Fin."c.-Alex:; Miller, Treas.. 'Johnson. Cljjle Bickjer,
The Christmas tree celebration> :of Alfred Bradley l ,J\!lllle.,}JJem Adrian ,
N the! M thodlst'hu'r h Sunday school Farinas Herman Pope Roscoe '
'wr was' held Tuctlay night and that of Thompson Henry'"Swal nberg Joan Makes Pale Cheeks Pink

all i the Presibjlerlan Sunday school on Join{ Davis Edward Sheppard -
Rafferty '
! Wear Good We' n silay' night Both nad beautiful Walter Durant. Gilmore Hatton, It is a pure, harmless medicinal tonic made from vegetable
trees the,services were excellent and
: fOft pj the,'churoEes crowded. It Is interestingto Paul Reumont Thomas Cusachs Albert Irgredients..vhich relieve female pain and distress such as headache

; know hat the two"superintendent, Geri, Edward Burnham Cameron !backache bowel: ache dizziness chills, scanty or profuse menstruation

(U N H. W. Thomson of the MstaodiSt.and Bonifay. dragging dovn'pains, etc.
rufil Chas. If. Simpson of the Presbyterian Kindergarten Misses Lucille It Is a building strength-making medicine for women the only

are sons of two of the: original own Iniestra, Teresa WUtman, Katie medicine that Is certain to do you good.. Try It.
: ers of the olj firm ot Slmpsca & Co,
; 1Lr Shoes No two mea ever .didjisore for Santa Haines Mary: E. Eason Mercy Hat- Sold by,.every druggest in $I:AO)( bott'ea.

; Rosa ,eounty both: socially and financially ton, Nannis Sweeney Julia Johnson, -
than did E. E. Simpson and B. Frances Christie Eva Hall Mildred WRITE US A LETTER I "YOU ARE FRIENDSof

; NN W. T ompson. Rocheblave, Maggie :Mae Kearney"1 freely and frankly, in strictest confidence mine,,' writes Mrs. F. L. Jones o rf
It is a fact not generally known:that Josephine Daniels. Florida Wallace, telling us all your symptoms and Gallatin, Tenn.:
u' furnished raor? money to build Naomi MarzonI Rosalind Daniels, troubles 'We will send free advice "For since taking Cardul I have .
N N the first railroad out of Pensacola Julietta Swecneyt Masters GrcgQryQuina. (in plain sealed envelope), how to gained JS lbs,and am in better health
fUru than all of cambia county, Pn, Harrington Johnson Edo cure them., Address: Ladies', Advisory than for the past 9 years I tell my
TAKE NOTICE THAT.: la tn luje.l: ca-I Swaine Leo Remundo Arthur John- Dept.,The Chattanooga Medicne Co., husband that Cardui is worth its
We would like to have ,Professor sen.. John Christie ,O'Brien Motta;; Chattanooga, Teen. .weight in gold to all suffering ladies."

m E. Allen tell!I.us. through! The Journal Misses Annie Mooney Gen. Wilkins ,.............................
N what he knows about horse 'racing and,Willie Moody, Mercy Keuster. Frances --1W'lrfl'i.: ;
m Holi-
" Brent, Lottie Martin Maggie
; We have just, received N chicken Rosa coantv:fighting, in, at antsllum Pine! Level days.Santa' field Mary Alfred Edwina Christie, ,

jg Big Shipment of the Celebrated Onn< oi .. Mae:'Intermediate Williams. Room Misses Hilda

: aj Packard Shoes in the Very Newest and!Swellest ftB "My Cured mother HiMother has been of Rheumatism.a sufferer for, non.Bicker.Ruby Nellie Burns Mullen,Mary Florence Cusaehs Dren New Crop Cane SyrupPut

many years Iron rheumatism; says Helena de Graaf. Nellie Conway
styles of the :season. W._ H. Howard, of Husband, Pennsylvania Katie Connors, Etta Pent Ri,thRoche.
"At"times she was unable'to Addie McVoy Anne'l!I McCarthy up in all size packages ,
: .
m move ataU.rwhile.at ,all times walking Mat- .
ftru ; < A'oo Johnson. Elmie Rupert rut' & "s -
Plain was pahif l. ., I.>presentei, herewith\ tic OConnell, Lizzie Carlin.. 'J ,}
Leather $3.50. Shiney Leather $4.00. a bottle of ;:Chamberlain's l : j'ain'Balm; Junior Girls-Misses Ella. Ruper\ WRITE FOR PRICES
m n and after, fe'w application "decided Ruth Turner e"Conn:> s.
it was:Ihe most-- wonderful pain Josie :Johnson.. Elizabeth Lee. Aidan
reliever she had ever tried, in fact, I Sanches. Ernestine Judiyine. Sybil Supt. Stores Southern States Lumber Company
she is never without }it now anti is at Grubbs Annie MarcheUL\ ,
all times abla,\o, walk. ,An occasional,I Junior Bojs' Masters John Johnson
I I application'"pt Pain Balm keeps away j ,! John Sweena,, Horace Coburger. PENSACOLA FLORIDA
WM JOHNSON the pain that she was formerly trou- George Cazzeppa, Eugene Bonifaj,
& SONI 'with* .- ,-,- !
( bled For sale by' all druggists Joseph Willie Corrigan Campbell Raymond Frank MerrtU Hatton --- --- : '

f Willie Florence Orctox Your

aaaaeaa N aaaaeaa, aeaaeaaaaaaaaaaaaaa2ea I L- OLIVE: '- A CarTh'is lICE, COAL and WOOD I:

Is .to c-rtif that all druegists

-- are authorized; refund your money ul7Jcrs' /'dhuel; Company.
**********H .'1fi Special to The Journal. if Foley's Honcy and Tar fails to cure
fi
"t "" i-* \t 'Nfff"ff'.$Mn"H' Olive Jan. I.-The Christmas tree I jour cough or cold. It stops, that! r.f Office-Corner Obese and Tarragona. _Phone 259. I
at the Olive Baptist church last Monday cough heals the lungs. and prevents ; w .miII 1IEt1:

|_ NEWS/ -- night was a great success Many serious results from a colJ Cures U

t'. .of WEST FLORIDAS l beautiful program presents was nicely were rendered-received by anda the .grippe consumption.cough and presents Contains pneumoniaand no'opi No. 5603.H. .

Tho genuine fc In a yllow
little Sunda'Y'-tcnool scholars. ates.
; :a S.jIr X ,, W. A. U COVINGT=>N. President M. E. CLARK. Cashier.C .
*IW aH z.-WSif X" iM *7f H : Mr. E. B. Williams left on Saturday package. Refuse substitutes.: : '
LAMAR Vitc Asst. Cashier.
[ W reslden.t. ,JNO. PfEIFFER.
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apothecary
and.
to go' back td "hla work after' gpnd D'Alembert druggist ,
lag the hoiidate with home at :
t The next morning a party went to == f m this place.: ", folks. W. O. -W., C., Oak Gr.ne. No. 4, THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
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r II dig him out. He proved to be a big Little: Gertrude' 'Merrill is suffering Woodmen Circle meets last Thursday ,
LI I Ir one measuring 5 feet, 2} inches and I. COTTAGE much pain \- -
had five rattles-and a button.j HILL j that she"wlll"ion from toothache. We hope of each mcnih-at ::30 p. .m.,13rd, floor OF; PENSACOLA, FLA.
be
all rsht: again Wfetsoc bull ling. soutfiTsst :corner
I Mrs. Everhart, ,:Maude ,and Harold __- ____ur. SQCCPSK to'-tile dear old Journal, Palafox and Garden: stfans. ,VinUntsovereigns DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES

Special to The Journal.' tag Max,Hill visited one,)with day 'this Mrs.week.Levey at Cot. J _.'- .., "f' 'j.! -w 4 and a hapjkj'New' 'Year.ChamberlainV : cordially Innt'd Mrs. W. Capital Stock, $200,000 .Surplus $40.qOOI
r 'Roberts Jan. 1-Joe Barker Is Mr John HoHz and have Special' to"The'' oJrial: ; a ; + r 1 i.a:,- fnlth'Q;eit; Mrs :lk: -fiA, Olsen : :)IFt170TQyRae r ..
r spending the holidays with his family Cott Cough Remedy Abo-- Guardita. < 2 '1-' ,,, .
par moved back '
( ents at this place Adam:' and bright 1ut ly Harmless.
littledaugMer: A. M. Avery
[ John Barker wife and children are Netta of St. John, Kan., accompanied: .The, fault'of giving children medicine ANOTHER NEW FIRM T. AT.. Pfpiffer lL Milton, Jr.,
r home for the Christmas holidays. by her father and mother. Mr and containing injurious substances FOR' PENSACOLA Bryan DunwoCy'w. E. Maura
t F Mr. and Mrs. \John poker spent'II PINEWOOD Mrs. Breen of Pengaeola. spent a Is sometimes more disastrous than tae : Frank: "len y. W. u Cawtnon.>
" Christmas with their parents here. couple of days with. Mrs Bre n's disrase fromwhich t they are suffering. Alex' Zelms. who !s will known to w., s. Ilosaiio, c. A. O'Neal.:
The family of Chas Seals has moved Every mother should know that Cham- ,
r mother Mrs Walters. everybody 'In '.Pensacola, Is- 'now a 'T.. F. McGouna; Dr. W. J: Hannah
"' to Pensacola. We are sorry to i Mrs Finch and daughter,' :Miss berain'! -Cough Remedy is: perfectly partner of the new 'firm''ot Gartland V. E. B'awner.:: McKenzie Oertln.
, lose this good family Special to'"The Journal'; Delpaa, were in town Wednesday on safe for children! to taks, It ('Onta'n9 & Zellus, butchers and green grocers C. W. Lamar,, Alex] McCowin.
I Mrs R. P. Wilder and baby Glenn, Pinewood, Fla., Jan, .1,- Christmas business. nothing harmful and for coughs colds F, E. Gartland who for, some months J. IL Saunders, c. !1. ovngton.Ac .
spent Christmas with Mrs. Wilder'sparents. off with Mr. and Mrs Chas. Levey family : and croup is unsurpassed. For sale by meat
1 passed very quietly no disturbances ana? past has be!n ;operating a market IndIviduals
';r of,, any ,kind. spent Christmas here. all druggists., at the corner of Intendencld and ounta of Banks, Corporations! and Firms SollctedL
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t- C. H. Jackson has purchased the Mr. Arthur A, Brown arrived Rev. J. II. Hahn is on the sick list. Baylen streets is also a member or Fcur prr cent. Interest paid on Time Deposits.
i i" Seals place and .Is moving in.Miss' Christmas night to 'enjoy; a weeks Mrs. Bell of Warrlngton spent a the firm. Their intention is to en.
Irene and B. M. Bonifay at hunt In the Yellow River district few days with her daughter 'Mrs. large the business in every particular. -
tended the dance given at Muscogee where 'gam is plentiful.Mr. t Leo Fairchild. j BLUFF SPRINGSSpecial will stock with nothing but
They
up KNOWIJBS President. W K. HYER. JR.. V.-Pres. and Cassia
WXI II ,
Tricky night ., ant Mrs. 'J. W.. Larkins of Mr Adams and sons George and the! best on the market and will buy
Asst Cashier. W N. ROBERTS. Asst. Cashier
Mr. Will Coker has made several Charles THOS. W BRENT ,
spent Christmas be
I Muscogee spent Christmas' ,with, Mr. here. in large Quantities that they will
trips to 'Pensacola during the past I land Mrs. Wheat i Mrs. Burnette Is spending few enabled to make close prices. Their
week. There must be some great dayS with Mrs Geo: Haverland to The Journal. 1132Mr. .
is
I Mrs. Albino -was a. visitor to jour present telephone number No.
attraction.Mr. I city last week. Mr, and :Mrs. Win Durham, of Pine Bluff Spring, Jan. .-Mr. U. E. Gartland will manage the bust-
T. J. Tomllnson and son are )Ir.: Harris A,, Brown returned Wednesday -. Barren were guests 'at W. H. Smith's Hogeboom is here today In the interest ness. First. National Bailkof
t here from Muncie. Ind Mr. ( of {
:Tomlin- from Pensacola. where be for a few dajs The Journal. Us is using
ti. son has rxnlght the Wheat.property. spent. the holidays with his family. I Mrs. Wm. Lloyd Hahn and sister his influence to secure more rural .----- ---'
and intends to make this his future Miss Lois Houlette. of free delivery routes lie will from
go
| Mr.: P. L. Rosasco the mill man was Pensacola
1 home. ,[a business visitor to your city this' took Christmas dinner with W. H here to Atmore, Ala lie states that Weak Kidneys Make Weak Pensacola Fla
:
f- "Rev. Holly will fill the pulpit at the week I'I'f Smith and family. the roads are in bad condition and ,
Baptist church to-morrow. f Mr. Joe Dunn was in town last would like to know what we will do Bodies.
Mrs: E. G. Bonifay of Muscogee, ]
W. A.
DIRECTORSi F. C Brent Bbunt Wm. H Knowlei
A very large rattlesnake was killed who has been spending the' 'holidays week doing some shopping.: 1! the county commissioners take -, ,
here few days ago by Mr. Thompson ,with her parents, returned homo Fri Mr. and Mrs. Frank Maxey of Pow- toe convicts off of the road. Mr W. K. Flyer, Jr., D. G. Brent.
and Mr. Everhart- The snake I Hogeboom has
day accompanied by !her sister Miss elton, entertained Tuursday after- been very successful KIDNEY DISEASES CAUSE HAL
rwas seen going In a hole by urn r.oon a party of Cottage Hill in 'obtaining new subscribers to The '
Annie W'heat.no will spend young
sometime
T'lompson late Saturday: afternoon.I with her I folks. All had an enjoyable time. "Journal in this part of the country. THE COMMON ACHES. AND Foreign: and .Domestic Exchange Bought and SoldWe
I II Mr. John Miller of Pensacola stoped Rev. J. G. Fillingim and wife visited ILLS OF PENSACOLA
over on. his way, to Molino. relatives In Flomaton Sunday.
l1 MALARIA T ? ? I Misses Annie Cameron and Mary PEOPLE.As draw our own Bills of ExVessels disbursed upon fe: most
Generally That I Is not the Trouble Lee McDavia? and Mrs., Seals visited '
'IMYRTLE GROVe I II : change on Great Britain Ireland, Favorable Terms, and their obli
:' Persons with a susceptibility to ma- friends in Santa Rosa county 'Sunday.Miss Germany 'France Austria, Italy,
of
ferial Influences should beware of cof- ii BAGDADSpecial : Elsie Nlpe returned from De one weak link weakens a chain Holland, Span: Belgium, Russia, gations taken pay,ple at Port
f lee, which has a tendency to load uphe Funiak Springs this morning, where so weak kidneys weaken the whole Norway, Sweden Denmark, and Destination Ten Days After Vet-
\ liver with bile. I Myrtle Grove Jan. 1.-The old year. she has been visiting relatives during body and hasten the final breaking ,other ,European countries.. eel. Arrives there.
A lady writes from Denver that she has bid us adieu ana! a new one has the holidays down.
Buffered for years from chills and fever :come to take its place. The old year, to The, Journal. Misses Alma and Lula Cawthornand Overwork strains, folds 'and other
r.: which at last she learned were despite some minor disappointments, Bagdad. Jan. 1.-W3 had a very, Nellie Brewton visited at Floma causes injure the kidneys and when Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Connection with which wt

mainly produced by the coffee' she has been a good and prosperous year pleasant Christmas 'with, plenty of ton last Thursday. their activity is lessened the whole! have a Private Department for the use of Renter
drank I with ail in this section. It depends I fire works vtry little drunksness: no Christmas passed very pleasantly body suffers from the exoiss of uric
"I ,was also grievously afflicted with ,upon Providence whether we can! one hurt and. no accidents of any here. Thero were services at ,the poison circulating the blood. at
i headaches and indigestion" she says 1 make such a report at, the close of' kind. '.. Baptist Church conducted by Rev.' J. Aches and pains and languor and Savings. Department-Interest Paid'on Deposits

"which I became satisfied were like- this the new year. I' Mrs. Maggie Brace Is spending the L. Bryars and a Christmas tree for urinary'ill* corns,. and'there is:an nero rate 0.14 per cent -'per annum.
wise largely due to the coffee I drank.I'I We are to enjoy today the last of Christmas holidays 'pith -her dau tit the children of the Methodist and increasing ,tendency towards diabetes

. Six month ago I quit Its use altogether the merry holidays for this season., !r. Mrs. W. A. Watson of Mobile. church Baptist Sunday schools at the Baptist and fatal Bight's: disease! There Is __ T-- .-. .. -
: and began to drink Postum Food To-morrow will probably find us bending -. John Collier and wife of Mobile arc' the little which was very much enjoyedby no real help, for the sufferer .except
3 Coffee with the gratifying result that to every day work. But thanksbe visiting Mrs. Collier's parents, Mr. After folks. kidney 'J i'h'! : J )." U HILTON GaEJtt. "UIDUT; T:B. WKLLJW,VICE'P ciiPt,
,I my headaches: have disappeared my to ,God, for,all that we have and and Mrs. D W. Whitsworth.. with his spending the hohdajs at home Doan's Kidney Pills act directly on &. U.BCiHXCLU U.ISIU, MANSFIELD MO&ENO.UlrCulI11
parents Mr.' John
..,. digestion has been restored and I have all that we enjoy. :Walter Statham,and wife of Prltca- returned to Atrnor- 'Sunday.Mrs. Fillingim. the kidneys and cure every kidney ilL Citizens National Bank
I I It Is acknowledged 1 by everjbodyin Pensacola cures arm the proof. ,
sot had a recurrence of chills and fever ard. Ala., are spending the Christmas Meade Wilson of Pensaroi '
for more than three months. I \ this place that the week Just holidays wIth relatives her?. 'Mrs. David C. WiHon 'wife, of- Capt. of Peniaeoia.Florid
came up yesterday to New '
closed has been the most merry of spend C. Wilson, of the tug boat .Columbia Dueo .
.t. have no doubt that it was Postum that Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Newman and chiU Years' day with her parents David or.
any in a long time. Many parties dren, of and residing at 26 South'Reus Ceo.\\"r1lfbt.. Morris bet:, T. E. west'l iRtx
brought me this relief for I have used Louisiana are spending the Mr. Hocton and Dr. Dewberry of
and almost every M.Robinson L.niUoa Green
given '
have beep ,
"If Dean's Kidney Pills
medicine while ,this improvement holidays here! relatives, street says
BO entertainment lyith Pensacola came up this morning ana _
night there would be some A Eli RBNKING! BUSINESS TRANSACTED. _
has been going on" (It was really In the .neighborhood.Miss Rudolph Tomasella,and wife, of have '.;one out in the country bird had not nefitted me nothing could ,
['. relief from congestion of the liver Emma Gunther who was hereon Robinson Point, spant Christmas with. hunting. induce mo to recommend them either i -
; coffee.) i I Miss publicity or privately. I had a never- I -
caused by visit relatives has returned Clmnie McDaud. of McDavid,
f MMy daughter has been as great ad a short to St. Louis.,to She was accompanied is visiting Mrs. G. R. Stanton to-daj. ceasing pain in the small of my back 1 ............. ..... ...O..........1N.N. O+NN1s1N i
j coffee drinker as I. and for years was her brother-in.law, Mr. E.! Mr. Powell and family are movingon that made me nervous and when I J.,S. REESE President; E. W. MENEFEE. Castler t
, by
;. afflicted with terribly sick headaches L. McFadden and little Mildred McFadden. THE COLD DAYSAre the hill to Mr. Da vis's place and; went about my work around the house 2 ,R. M. CART, VIce-PresldenL I
which often lasted for a week. at a .- i iI Mr. Gus Davis, will move into the the pain' would be intense. Other 1 PENSACOLA.
THE PEOPLE'S BANK
time. She is a brain worker and ex, Prof. E. Allen and his son Mr., house occupied by Mr. Powell. symptoms of kidney: complaint were OF i
! ceeslve application together with tha,I I I Allen, of I. Brent, were here Saturday Is very trying on ona whose system Mrs. W.' A. Bond and children ano' noticeable and I decided to try tocheck I Directors-L.J. Reeves, J. 8. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler i R. M. Caty
all run down bowels constipatedand her sister' Miss Lou McN'cal returnedto the trouble before it became! too t
headaches began to affect her memory and Sunday. We enjoyea'' some: W. A. D'Alemberte T. A. Jennings.
blood impure. No wonder youtak'e their home in Pensacola Friday deepseated, and I sent to Sidney BANkING .
most seriously. She found no help !n of Prof. Allen's fine violin music on. TRANSACTS A. GENERAL BUSINESS.

medicines and the doctor frankly ad- Saturday night at the party given at cold so easily. BuiU up and fortify after having spent the holidays re Kahn's 'drug store. and got,, .. YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED
vtsed her to quit coffee and use Pos Mr. Richard Beale's home. :! the system by taking with her parents Mr. ,and .Mrs. P., R., Doan's Kidney Pills. Their usa ....... ....... ... .,..............A..t..O.IIMN..
tum. I I j Miss Rosanna McNair Pensacola,' McNeal.Mrs. strengthened my kidneys, banlsh'edthe -
"For more than four months she' Is out spending a few_ days with .rela! HOSTETTER'SSTOMACH Minnie Dawson came up "from backache and prevented the Ian.guor --
has not had a headache-her mental tives. : Pine Barren to-day where she' basbeen : and depression that I felt mornings -
and and their visiting. her sister Mrs. Lola 'I could] do my house work without
faculties have grown more active Mr. and Mrs. H. U Brown '
rigorous and her memory has been re--daughter Minnie have returned to BITTERS, White. .. .... suffering and I"regained my usual .l\I.E.. CARL? .
$1i tonfi. their home in Pensacola, having' energy and health. W boI.Ml and Retail Desist to
"No more tea. coffee or drugs fort spent a few days with parents and i You'll find !t splendid for preventing Annual' Holiday Greeting.,_ 'For sale by all dealers. Price 50 i Steam Domestic; Anthracite
us, so long as we can get Postum." friends here. 1 Chills, Colds and Pneumonia, also for The local] representative of the;Jno cents. Fo&ter-Milburn Co., Buffalo. COAL
Name given by Postum Co., Battle Miss Byrte. and Miss Spare our curing Indigestion, Dyspepsia? Costiveness C Roth Packing Co. rememberedthe New York.. sole agents.. for" the United.. II .... *,wd; : Blacksmith! ,
Creek. Mich.There's school Jeachors: are expected back to: Bloating and,:Malaria., Try ittoday j friends of the company a day States.: '- ,- *- Office> =Nci ..M South Pilattt street. Telephone, S3.Jfard .
a reason. Read the little resume their studies, haying been: also,get a free copy:of out 1906 or two ago by presenting each with' ,,a *..Remember jthe*namej-Doan's' ,; ; corner; ':Tarragona_ and .Gonzalez 8t -eet3. Phones 6 anj_3,:
d the holidays. Almanac from sour'druggist- uofoth rT ; :--------1 FR
kook "The Road to Wellville, in pkgs. home to-ape! sugar curedtongue.. take 1I I ,., ..


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i9 l PHOSPCT5GOOD[ : BUT LITTLE citYPROPERTY Cannibalsand c REAL. ESi'ttE'TRANSFERS[ i. ::




FOR 'GRAJING000L saTagas"may delight In I[GREEN( :, &-" WATSO-N'I.1



<.- seeing SUFFERING, but the .

highest thought! of,civilization I: :

LEFT Following is a list of.the xeal-esta't _
is to relieie: all pain. This anlIu1ekly transfers for the weak.ending December -Ii

The New Year ... be done with HAMLINS Co.:30thr reported. -by L. S. Brown & SPECIAL CLEARANCE SALE iIi j

and
greets you we WIZARD OIL. Eva Bell Sheply to lone Bell lots 6

wish you 365 happy days,:. Congressman lamar Believes that I Large Amount',Originally Owned 'For, internal. and, 'external and' 7 Tract and S.$3700.60 fLlot. ? 11. block 6, Belmont ...COMMENCING... $ __


and we can add to your an Appropriation{ Will Be Has Been Lost Piece cnratire: action, it has! no equalin 10 J.ft.V.lot Carswell 6 and W.to 30 Henry ft. lot Ya'ger 7, block, E. Ii TUESDA JAN. 2nd 1-1TO

if read our 29. New City Tract also 40x112 ft.. being -
happiness you Made Congress. by Piece. the entire medical world. It a portion: lot:2, blo k 1 of East

King Tract. flOOO other consid _
advertisements each relleres the inflammation which erations. an3. "' MAKE ROOM FOREAu.V! SPRING STOCK. I i -
.
The prospects for pen'sac'ola securIng ]Editor Pensacola Journal: is irritating your nerves" L., L. Bryars to Dyas 'Lumber Co., -. '
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day.There a big graving dock, to cost more I noted in your )issue of December regulates all timber on'lohs' 2, 3 and' 4. Sec. 1. 25 pieces' Outing (Flannels, standard 10cxvalues, for.. .. .. ... .7c : ____
is going to be a than a million dollars cow seem to be I 28 communication! the' circulation of the lots 1, 2 and 3. Sec.'1%. T. 5 NR. 3* W. i 50 pieces Flannelettes good styles lOc. values for.. .. .... ..:;73c ,i
; a ;Mr. W. H. .
very brignt. Congressman Lamar NW% of NWJi '.See. 3 T7 5'Nr. 33 W.; 25 pieces! Flanneletts double fold, 15c. values for.. ".: ,.'...... .lOc *
deal of style ON who Is doing everythIng. possible to : Davison in regard to loc; 263 on Pa'afox! small blood vessels, and, by I lot :3 Sec. 34, T, S NR. 53.. containing : 10 pieces Fancy Velours for'rOMoS, .,Oc. value, for .. :... ...j..12i4 T
great secure ths appropriation believes that 'street belonging to: the city and beingan in all 391.81 acres, $500.: I '. .
the coming year and if the dock vili finally! be secured.' In [ excellent site for a'city hall. Many scientific.means, gently'but certainly -II J.. W. Hyr and:Lee Daniel to C. F.j!: SPECIAL VALUES.., ,: |' -
a letter received lot 25' E. 8 ft. lot 26 less
from him yesterdayhe i people ara under the impression this restores your body to Johnson and -
is what you are said: I N.'30 ft. block 37, East King Tract, Jl I 2 Tricot Flannels-*about 50, pieces in the lot. all good colors, per _ _
style Hous: of .,ReprueGtat ves. U, S.Va4hington lot belongs to the city of Pen acol\: health., %. and. -considerations.. yard.. .. .. ... .. .... '.... .. ... .19c i
after, combined with "\ D. C* Dec. 29, 1905. but the said lot was deeded to the A. A. FishEr to W. M. Edwards, the'i 50 pieces Dress Ginghami, 12V& and 15c. i .e.P;: !; yard.:;:.:::lOc i _ _

"Hon. Frank L. Majes Editor' Pensa. Catholic church by the city of Pensa You can't be sick, if you wardoff N. ,56 ft., or.W. !., block 76 Bclmont 15 pieces Fancy Cotton Waistlngs 20, 25 and 35c. value., '.. ...loc .

quality and durability, cola Journal. Ptnsacola: Fla. cola In 1895. The Question of title the preliminary action of Numbering Sec. "2S. West King Tract i
KNIT UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT.
"Dear SrI'am! glad to see that $25., i __

come where style reigns.cTA11DA11DtOTh'1I1G the prospect is now ,good'for the construction seems to have been raised at that time disease microbes, with this United States to' H. Chalker, NE'4of : 59 pairs,Mlssas" and.Children's, Wool Pantlets, 50J 75c and $100 -,

I at the Pensacola pavy yard and a committee was appointed to In. NW Sec. 14, T. 2 NR. 32 W. : value to go at.. ,..' ... -.. ..'.. ..i .. .. .., .". ......... ......25c 2 ,
of a granIte! graving dock, to cost stigate the sam The committeewas greatest of all medicines of O. M. pryorto: F. E. Brawner., lots 35 pairs Ladies Pants 75c and $1.00 values:: to. go at .. ........EOc .
when complete! one.'million{ four'hun. composed of Hon. Warren E. Anderson 12 to 15, blo k 28. East King Tract : 60 Infants' Fleeced Lined Cotton Undershirts togo at.. .. .. ,..10cLADIES' __ __ __ __ '
I dred thousand< dollars. modern times. Price 50c and E. of T., $100!) and other considerations. :
C Yonge and Thomas Johnson
C.
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AND CHILDREN'S CLOAKS TO CLOSE OUT AT '
"The Bureau of Ynrds and Docks who recommended that as the M. H. :Sullivan: to J. R. Saunders all

recommended an initial appropriation 1 I church hal been in possession of the (1.00.! Fully guaranteed. frac. Sec. .S5 T.. 6 NR. SI W. containing : _CIAL_ PRIES._ _ _ _ _
( ( to this congress of two hundred thousand lot for a Ions! time and as it had ben For; sale and recommended. bT 'II. 530.27'acres. $2655.A. .. '
dollars 4o begin the construction I deeded to them by a previous claimant WHITE'S'PHARMACY, E. Hinman to A. C. Turner. N% SPE.I
)J "THIESEn BUlLDCOTTRELL of this I r and SW% Sec. 4 T. 5 NR. 31 W. 120 -
graving: dock. The\ SepretarV I that the city relinquish all title Pensacola Fla. : i Green &. Watson. ____
of the Navy has, howeverTCcommend, for a nominal sum, which was don Phone 180. Night Phone 448. acres, $1 and other considerations.
ed the sum o: one hundred thousand Th i J. K. McCaskill to -F. B. Radcliffe
I I only right the city has to the : ...............................
dollars, and this latter: amount. at property law is that it may use it for lots 1 to 5, block 113, East King Tract ..... .... .......
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: least, I hope will be' appropriated by public drainage$ or sewerage. ]I Florida and! Alabama Belmont Numbering $1 and other consideration .- -- _
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congress lor that !?
purpose.'The If I be correctly informed the cityof
I great point i is to get tho first Pensacola originally had all thai LAND COMPANYManufacturers A, Morrison to E. M. Anderson,
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. appropriation and 'begin' the work.I property f>om th3 Puaza to Seville 60x182 feet, 95 ft. from SW' corner jTNGLESSASHDOORSWINDOWGUSS

Pensacola, Fla.Dr.WoolIei's1 Then the graving dock wl'l! be com.: square inclusive to tha waterfront,l of fronting on Ohase street being in Ar-! ,
I pleted in a few cara. Admiral Hig-, but this property has .piece by piecebeea and Dealers i in pent lot '33 Old City $1800. 1' BUILDING MATERIAL.
--- ginson suggested to"'me at" your Chamber gotten away from the city until LUMBER SAWED CYPRESS 'SHINGLES i. FranK E..Langley to Mrs. Della Bell,i i
I, SKNT1BU toil of Commerce banquet three : : S}% of lots 4, 5 and 6.block 105 of. Pet-
;years
only the two squares remain and the I AND KILN-DRIED SAP. Phone II. .H.. G. DCSILV// CO.
users of morphine. 1?, ago that the construction of such a' city has been under the necessity' of f i tersen Addition. $1 and other consid .
'
laudanum, <0'r
PAINLESS opium elUlrof opiumcoc j| ;raving! dock at the, Pensacola navy 1 purchasing property for the city ha1!, erations. I
tneorwhUkejarg yard was of highest Itnpoitance to th,,' that was originally! public ., *#*#*- #. **S- 'I ;t'Sa7P i. r J, N. Andrews:< J.. D. Sullivan lot
book of par- United'States' 1ent. property.Deeds a*. 'block7; N>w City Tract. $60. -
governI And Incidentally -
PIU t leal traoa homeoreostor.nni hav been obtained through acts; 'v*
U treat. it would result Jin great of congress by various parties to this AmusenieJitsLast i Hllma P.-Holmes to A. D. Morrison UNDER NEW
AND B.ment.M.1gmtfi., benefit to the people of P ns8cola. : property, which. in my opinion, shouti 60x18, 95 ft. from SW corner frontIng .
KMN.PryorSt.anU "In view of' the construction of the' have been obtained, for the city of Pen 1$ r Chase street being .In Arpent lot COFFEE!
Whiskey Cure t! Georcl Isthmian Canal, the improvement of,I sacola by our representatives.The : ,, "" I 33.!Old'.City, $1500. 2 MANAGEMENT

the navy yard at Pensacola and: of the present property held by the f i. .Wm. 'h Fk>urnoy to Caroline II

(harbor of Pensacola 'gnt'ra': has city; used for the ,city hall and police"j Night's Play. il Thornton, piece of land 50 ft. by 160 We are the Pioneer
I
RING C. L. McVOYPHONE become a mutter of" the highest importance -:j t station, bad to be purchased twice, Miss Mabel Paige presenting "At ft. lying between land of E. II. GonzaVz .
on NW corner of block and A. L. MARION F. BOWES RESIGNS POSITION Coffee Roasters af
to the Unite States In case r although it originally be'onged! to the Cozy Corners was the theatrical I
697. of war. The is donaat for Avery on NE corner of block fronting
I one thing to get cent ,yesterday.. The matinee West Florida.
WITH SOL CAHN & CO..
Take advantage of. Meats being the navy yard and I in the harbor, city.Efforts are being made to 'discover performance was witnessed by an un- S. side 'of Wright street Also a lot
chap. Western meats a specialty. quickly the e things that might other what property really belongs to the I u"ually large crowd and the: night 53 by 160, being a part of Arpent lot AND PURCHASES EAST
Delmred: to any part of the city wise be sears In coming. I know the city at the present time. and when this i: performance bj.'a fairly good sized au j 2 fronting on Baylen and Wright Sts., '

people of r.nsacola will be gratifiedto Is accomplished a concijed! record will dience. .. $5500. HILL GROCERY CO. McHUCH'SBLENDS'havenoequal.
learn of the above fact, and that: be. made of same.: This Is Miss Paige's first season as Jsadore Friedman to Clara Walker,
TERSELY TOLDThe the construction' the! graving dockis Yours very respectfully. I a star in a single night stand company los 11. 12 and 15, block 64, Nsw City

now almost a matter of certamtj. CHAS. H. BLISS. I I although she was seen here several Tract. $1, an4 other considerations. Marion F. Bowes who for a number : Atrialwiliconvincethecon
Wishing you and ;jour readers a Mayor,' times in repertoire companies Chaunce* Wheaj. to Eli J. Tomllnson of years 'has been employed) : at
of the happy and prosperous New Yaar, I The selection of "At Cozy Corners"for SW; of SWU. Sec. JO.:T. 1; the store of Sol Cahn & Co., bas now 'j1jJ
regular monthly meeting am, :her Is an admirable choice as she Nr. 30 W containing 40 acre, $1000.KRESS branched out into business for hImself -
Beard! of County Commissioners house is tube "Very ,sincerely jours, FEED: STUFF falls gracefully Into It with: her usual! having purchased the East Hill noisseur that we ,
I held t -night at the court .
W. B.. LAMAR. ease and charm. Her ,eupport is not Grocery Company from F. B. Ratfcliffe. make extravagant
"then the routine business before the .... as good as it should be," aIthoagil.soms AND CO. N '
will be transacted. Nothing of AND FERTILIZER
body '
WHITE ROCK WATER. of the members are real artists. claims.:1
sepcial Importance to the board is :Miss :
Constance In the roie
The Glover of OPEN
tonic properties of this water THURSDAY
before the board.
likely to come
are united to rare digestive qualities "Amanda" furnished the fun, and she I

The Louisville & Nashville be'san; which aid be stomach: In its functions The commissioner of agriculture. dia1 it well. Wholesale and RetailGROCERS --

the nw year in the right manner yesterday Hon. B. E. McLin. is sending out the :The Ina Lehr Stock Co. : The inventory of the stock of Kress
: : by having its passenger trains: following instructions to manafao & Co. damaged by the fire of Dee. 24
af Tbaeltr
leach the city on time. There are A Story turers and dealers who are doing The engagement in this city of the has, been completed and the store will :,
of the road who hope' There I in a story of Thackeray shortlv Ina Lehr Stock Company.xwhich com
aanj patrons business in Plorida in feed stuffs and be opened for business on Thursday
ibis! will continue for the remainderof after the publication of "Vanity Fair" fertilizers which is not only of inter. i.iencestonight and continues for morning. The stock damaged by and all kinds of Feed '
the lear.Aftcr |j dining with a friend nnd receiving an cst to manufacturers and dealers but four nights this week is being looked fire and water will be disposed of ,

have used some article Introduction to hIs nest nelgbb r. "Cap-. \ to all consumers of such goods as it for with' ,anticipation by a large number -I immediately regardless of cost before Stuffs, 3; '
you tnin Crawley of the Life guards. forms them as to .-he requirements of people. The company is a good repairs are completed as new goods
ant ceased to need it longer you ara
Thackeray looked greatly annoyed \'c'\lJer. the law that should be attached one, and with :Miss Lehr in the lead have already been ordered for the
in a position to sell it at a bargain scarcely opened his !lips to this gentleman : to each package of stock- feed fo. a perfect performance may be looked full resumption of business as soon "

cheaper feel thn tatlsfled.any dealer Let a "ifor couldandstill Sale" and afterward told his host in an information, of the consumer for. The specialties, are* said to b" as the building and fixtures can ba Pluto Water !
exceptionally ,good.
Id. be YOU salesman. The Journal isPecsacolas aggrieved; tone that "be liked a'Joke asI For. your specific information I beg put., In proper condition. -
I well but there was a time to respectfully call attention to the
want medium. j I as any ir an.
ji' following rules and regulations of Donnelly, and Hatfield. -
i I and a place for all things." Nft joking !
The of Wholesale and Retail
0 L. peigle, evangelist of the allusion to a character 'of his novel this department: managers the Donnelly & REGULARWEDNESDAY -
Hatfield's
1st-All manufacturers of feedstuffs magnificent minstrels have
Christian commenced
church a pro- tad however been designed ,or perpe- are required to file their Oath been fortunate in souring. a list of EVENING
tracted last night at th
mating corner -
of J Gregory and Alcanlz streets trited. The fellow guest actually' wasa Analysis when this Department for meritorious specialties Among the : New Orleans Grocery Co.

th'ch'! will continue for the remainder Captain Cr:1wley.and held a commission nually. between December 31st and headliners are the Tuscano brothers, DANCEby
in the Life guards. ''January 15th of each year. Blank Roman axe manipulators. These I -
of the week. The public in :ssnra -
) invited to be and hear, forms for this purpose will be furnish .gentlemen balance throw, and Juggle the- Jas. McHugh ,
is present
the Where G*nnt. Swa...., et1! upon receipt of application. rude Roman axes and it is said \
St'rmons.The I One of the most remarkable sights 2nd-When filing :jour Oath of the act has never- been duplicated Indexterity. MOTORMEN AND CONDUCTORSAt Phone 1O5. Proprietor. ,

police officers of the city are In the worM is Bird Island. 'In South I Nnilysis with this Department for It is a daring one. fraught -
their hall on West Government St. ..
resplendent in their new uniforms t1afdurtns some 3906, ')"OU are requested to submit with much danger' to the performers. -.-,---'- -,- -------P.u"MARION -'----- -
|r for the reason
kflmets clubs badges: etc. which Africa sample of Gcaranteed Analysis: Tag Big bladed axes their steel flashing Barrios' four-piece' Orchestra will ?. BOWES.Mr. .
lave just been distributed. The uniforms I.- months of the year it is literally cov- used for each, brand of fed stuff reg- above the footlights, fly through the furnish Music. Brosnaham.Dotson&Co.

and helmets arrived here sometime ered with gannets. Not a foot of istered. This ruling has been decid- air like birds on the wing. There is -< ., Bowes resigned from the posItion -
since, but few were used on ac-; ground is to be seen anywhere. Day eur upon In' order that we may take .score. of these. .blades' in the air at, Admission, 25, Ladies Free. he :had held so faithfully and for Bollar Makers, Machinistsand
fount of the non-arrival of the othertquipmenL after day thousands 'gannets strut up with each manufacturer the defects me same lime" DUI" iney are caught- MJ long last- Saturday night and took Founders.
Tie latter reached hereEUnrday around. and they are so close to each in such tags,, where any are with' ease ana1 grace by the perform chargeof the East: Hill store yesterday Steamship and Mill Supplies. ,
however and the officers'ere other that the whole'Island seems actu found. 0 'IS'and never do they land upon the morning. '
Street
Offic Phone 818. Cojla Wharf
supplier Saturday night. ally alive. Those who have seen this I There are three requirements, floor Elaborate! scenic investitures His many friends are congratuat Residence Fbone 983 I'ensicoU, Klortd .

.. sight say that It Is one which can never the Florida Commercial Feed Stuff nnd electrical effects add to the attractiveness lug him upon his venture and he Is All Work Has Our Personal Attention. _;,
Start theN'ew Year right Begin be forgotten. Law to be met by the manufacturer of the performance. r SEEDS 1 beginnirg the new career with loads::
'
USing Blu Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla before his goods can be legally .offered Other specialties of a sensational of good wishes from alL
the Florida 'trade: viz. nature.will:he introduced by this com but '
is but man,
Extracts, and ses what you've beenThirty A Joiner Mr. Bowes a young
1st'-File Oath of Analysis with pa32y.manufacturers'. has keen business sense, and
Jclssing. "It seems to melt said Mrs. Oldcas- he a
this Department. to public fa,'or. NewShoe [
knows tow to cater
there i I" no
tie, "that in these! days 2nd-Securly attach. to the top end I WHICH He Is well known and held in high, esteem j
for the man who lacks Initiative. 'anal'yss: tag are listed
Persons Killed. hope of each package the guaranteed by all who know him. He is a
"1 know It," replied her hostess. below;
analysis tag.3rdAttach his intention to
It is
Kharkoff. Russia colkton hard worker and
In
Jan. 1.- a "
,
at Linbotin Railroad station That must be one reason why Josiah the inspection stamp to 1st-Number 'of net pounds in each handle only high gradS groceries, .

between soldiers and railroad strikers has such .1\"onderful..u ct8s. He gets!' the analysis' tag indicate. that ,the package.2nd' such as be handed when with Mr. Store
thirty persons were killed and many I'Initiated In something. new nearly,every state inspection fee has b' en.'paid., -.Name- or brand.... i of the feed SUCCEEDWhen Cahn. .
injured week.chIcago.Becord-Ildrald. The points to be covered !by the stuff. Tie East Hall Grocery Company
3rd-name and address of the
man-
will doubt flourish under the newsnana'gement.
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On about January
or
4th-Guaranteed analysis giving r be
minimum You Buy, 1st. we will open at '
!per) c?nt only of Protein 3 '
sugar and ,starch, crude fat. Get the Best. Chocolate Pie. corner of Baylen and, -
._ 5th--Ingredients: from which Scald one pint of milk. Stir into this Intendencia streets 4

Out-of-Town Piano Buyers compounded. Ii's the Cheapest In the End. half a cup of flour mixed: with half n
At the bottom of the analysis tag cnp of sugar and one-fourth of a teaspoonful -

underneath the guaranteed ,analysis, of salt. Stir constantly until The Shoe'Parlor 1f
niust be printed th, Ingredients from the mixture thickens tlien stir In the :
which the feed is compounded. This
Can get the same conveniences jn the matter of buying and I U a specific requirement of the law. Landreth'sI yolts of three eggs beaten with one- -
fourth of a of sugar: and an ounceor
cup
For instance, .if the feed Is a "Pur I
paying for a piano as those liyf gl in' town. Arrangements Wheat Brand the manufacturer more of softened chocolate.' Flavor
must state at the bottom of with half a 'teaspoonfuf) cinnamon
: the tag '"Made from Pure Wheat and pour into a plate lined with pastryas C. THIESEN Proprietor. .

can be made ." if It is a "Cotton Seed! j'j'oclr. I Crop for a custard pie. Bake and I let coal J. E. WILSON, Manager. .

\ Feed Meal." the manufacturer must a little, then spread upon the pie a We will have a full line of -
'. .. sate "Made from Cotton Seed only," meringw cii<> cf the whiffs of three Up-to-Date
So You Can Pay Monthly Quarterly : I( a mixed feed of any kind each In-I egg and six level tablespoonfuls of -

the predlant term must"Corn be Products"stated. *The and use other of Just Received. sugar. _ Men's and Boys' ShoesWe ,9
town to the
or
frequent trips to post- similar will be
If you like thus making I ones, not accepted but
I each ingredient must be specifically J i 3farab. XecLptecea. will sell 1
office for money orders u'nnecessary. The pianos we sell- J | set forth. If ground corn coos, rice Marabou and 'ostrich combinations -

chaff or similar adulterants are used : are among the most fascinating neck
Kranich & Bach Lester and Clutter arewidly known for their I[jiii compoanabn: ; the product, cay so"i it I adornments for'dress occasions' la particular I For Cabs i ,
k t This is* It is 'I D'Alemb'erta the Only
finish. '[ necessary as content- W. A. : for the lovely dyes used on I II
lasting, ton, quality and handsome. : : plated: by the law; to advise the consumer I delicate!! feathers famish an entrancing

1 .. what be is purchasing and choice. The more sober colors are so when YOU pay for a pair of Shoe -
.. ... 1- -fi ---fl. I will also protect the bona flda Dra 1glst and ApJUeral; ,
.--. .--- -- manu-;f eqna'ly! attractive and prove extremely here, loa pay for the Shoes only not* '- ;
.114-1165. Pal'fox St. facturer of pure feJs from unjust i; '
when In of and book
Telephone 109. flattering to f>\"l'ryompltDOn fcr bad accounts others
Oldest' and Largest. M".C' .Housef' Phone15 competition.. 1| dluereut shade of brown and gray as kerpers collectors, stationery etc. '- ,,
Music Hou 2 in Clutter PENSACO A 'Yours truly i I
Florida :. ', '. ,- B. K .McUX l J j 121 South PzfefwStrest.! well as all black and! black and white; This means that w e will UNDER t .
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them.' Then why not try a bottle of

Ayer Hair Vigor? It restores color to
gray hair every.time all the
U" deep, rich
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Weekly ,Edition, year.$! 00'I: _ _

Ifi t Papers on Sale at all Standt. : SOLD OKL.Y BY
I F. S. MELLEN & CO..
THE ONLY II I --- J Corner Alcanlz and Garden. Phone 334

c: PENSACOLA NEWSPAPER FROM WHICH! DETAILED i 4IH: .... .... le

CIRCULATION STATEMENT: CAN!' BE SECURED. S I
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f' Offlce-108 and 110 East Government Street. As Le fell, apparently to certain' (death,

: ,TELEPHONE No. 38.' r he struck a rope which caused ,him to OPER'A liOUSE
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turn two complete somersaults iu his
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ft. .- : : descent and landed him oa a pile of -

PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. TUESDAY MORNING JANUARY ,2, ,naG wiE SS his loose fall.sails While which every considerably,one stood aghast brote: Four Nights and Matinee !

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.:;- ; he picked himself op nimbly shook CO\UIE.\CL"\G: _

1f't1Ma :EH, fn .:his I trade- by: Inducing, ,his employees himself and proceeded,to climb back: to

F ** WHERE THE JOURNAL ** to h-eak: their contract with, :r ".' his S original position. Tuesday, January 2
: him to decline Another rigger ,in falling from a,
CAN BE FOUND. *, or longer to continue I t -.. '
.. ; : height which threatened instant death THE;
a i1ihls employment, was actionable If : .
: ft The Pensacola Journal Is on It resulted In dama'je. I S ? :: \ t---..;,,', __,,' : >; struck against a slack. ropejjy great

8 sale at the following places InS I : 2' good luck. which broke 'his"fall and INA LEHR

I: S* the city: In honor of the New Year all of : JisI ; swung him against a mast Instinc-
; 2 .,. Bay Hotel. tho' l905 i tively he clutched Us smooth sides and STOCK COMPANY
clues,remaining on hand will r ;
:, M Coe's I { r
j S Book Store. slid quite unhurt to' the deck below.
:: be disposed of at bargain ...JIl-
counter
fc ,
r Depot News Stand : 1I There Is a rigger In' Sew York today
Gem Book Store. *, prices. Apply at Police Headquarters. -: :; well known along the doc'in South

,.' "Hotel Escambla. "Jack's Sweetheart'
: ; street, who lost almost his entire scalp
S fl Merchants Hotel. a t"
J.'f
:k luau accident a few A rotten -,
I ; years aso. .
T Southern Hotel. t; The'crop of busted Years '
New
TUESDAY
; spar falling from a considerable NIGHT.
:
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itThompson' Book Store. *
]; Walker's Book Store. # resolutions. Is Just beginning to beharvested. : height struck: him fairly qu the bead, With: all J 'New Hisn-Class Specialty

..,; t I i I "r'.l:: \ % scraping,the skin clean froui the skull, Illustrated. Songs.

: i'HH H ._;.. : ( but without breaking the bones. >>
:5 Just watch' Pensacola jump ahead } ; "- To become an export"rig:"r, qualifiedto : 'S!: RlCE10, .20, and 30 cents.

'" daring, this year of grace 1906. .r superintend as well as execute the ,Seats. no)V on sale.

S. The Remedy for ; ,'" .-': work. the man must: undergo a long f_ .
What did I you swear off? .I and exacting apprentl<.' hip. He must -

1 Dishonesty in Politics. ; THE NEW YEAR-;
?; The game of graft which to Judge H BUNCH OF"TROUBLE THAT'S; AHEAD OP ME j I two years of actual service before the

t. from the many revelations during the HOLIDAY CULLINGS mast; be !must learn to know the ship!

:. 3 ear 1905, has run riot, In politics as 1 FROM STATE PAPERS. **I I to the last detail of her rigging. Before 604, 60S, 608 610 S. Palafox St

;S -well as In other lines, while It has w chicken for my Increases the danger by rendering the I I he can be trusted with the more Phone 725.

[" called forth the most caustic com- "* .t *$ away and if I don't spars or ropes treacherous to the band I I technics! problems of his trade the apprentice V.
J. VIDAL
NY PERILS
pects for a dinner Of Manager.
: *nt_, and denunciation from the press and foot. Then again when the work I I must pass to the drawing ,
t of th country has brought out but Remembrance for "Buckshot.* got Gainesville.. t! goes forward by night the blinding J, board, where he learns the theory of

little In I Captain "Buckshot" Williams, the Wife! I rays of the searchlight to a man: dcli- |I I shipbulldins and ship rigglcs. This '
the of suggestions Choosing a 1
lookIng
way !
popular conductor on the Homceassa cately balanced on icy ropes make' it training supplemented In turn by a THE HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO
; to a remedy. A recent Issue of I IS I train,- has so endeared himself to the Don't ask a girl to R extremely difficult to judge. distances course In some' shipyard. Before a riff- EAT.
; SHIPRIGGERS
the New Orleans Picayune contained patrons of the road, especially the ladies dark when she is and positions. f r ger undertakes to repair a ship for In-

:: the following on the subject of dishonesty by the many favors conferred on Call on ier. and The most experienced sailor, no mat- j I stance, he must know the name and Just, Received:

k: In politics! : them by bringing small parcels fromOcala Return advertently for it drop next a : : ter how much at home he may feel inS f i I use of --refY'rope, must be able to Halibut Chunks Halibut ,Quick Lunch

If. as is commonly charged, our and doing-needed shopping that If sh comes to the the'rigging In any weather, will,often : measure distance accurately at a S 50 kits of fancy, Mackerel. ?1.:5 per

politics is rotten, and state and municipal -. tiny days propose to make to for get him together in a few shoe and ons slipper Per Cent Maimed Y atly. balk al the work of the rigger. The glance and" thereafter calculate to a k it. *
a handy
'governments are honeycombed with little pockets to apron up in curl papers, sailor is at I least reasonably sure of the nicety Just what a ship needs. To all 50 kits Salmon. $1':5 per kit.
::-: with graft and corruption it is because represent the :Mother Hubbard. our Business Demands Great of his if bis this he must of course bring skill to .
be
::5 the so-called best citizens different stations so he can handle strength ,rigging ship 50 kits halibut fins. $1.25 per kit
,S men who control the their orders during the .holidays with to the wopds. But if eeawertby. Then again If 1 a' sailor execute the theoretical side of his trainIng I 50 kits of Cod Tongues and Sounds

"' dustries refuse to vote commerce In public and elections In-- convenience:! and dlspatch.-o.-ala: a neat house dress,, Skill, and Courage. slips or falls the rolling of his ship is with the courage to be gained only $1.25 per kit.Bloaters. .
and leave the entire directionand Star. : and a roso in the top likely to throw him overboard into the by actual life at sea.:-New York. Her Milkers and Roes, HErring,

domination of politics to those k. her quick;Lakeland S *:, -i water, where his fail is partly broken.It ald. ---- ... Codfish Picked' Salmon. Dill Pickle' ,,
; who are directly Interested and who DulyThankful.This skillful shtj rigger never strikes.' is different with the rigger, ''who if German Sauer'KrouL.Pigs :
evpect to profit by the attention givento office Is Indebted to Mr. J. R. A Delicate Intimation. good t&ie&or+ ; bad,the supply of he falls must come down on the bare Origin of Steam Wla'latle. "Feet l in kits $1.00.

public affairs. It has been said Pledger for a pleasant call and a big Wildwood was for this most desperate of boards.: The ship rigger must, besides As the train' approached a crossing Mane'"al and Lange's Frtrt Cake.
that there is a great advantage In Jug of delicious cane Juice, last Satur- by a mule dealer with never falls below the de often work with the masts and spars the t engineer lifted a tin horn from the National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake, ;:;"c
bavins: dishonest men In national day. May he live long and antique variety small seat beside him and blew a long, resonant per pound. ,
The
prosper. ship riggers are to be seen practically denuded of their rigging ,
state and municipal legislatures because Marianna of the long-car tribe, l blast We handle the celebrated blends of
Times-Courier. i that was scarcelyaudible
bass to the the water fronts of all great without the safety which a full rigged j j ',roasted
the Gulf
it Coffee
Is ea&fer: to get special favors S extreme t I above tbe rattle of the cars. A farmer by City Coffee
from such men than from. those composed Dinner passive effect of perchedhigh"in: air. like great ship lends to an experienced sailor. Co. H. P. Chlpman. Manager.
Nearly Escaped. on his to market failed to hear I
of Jiouest men. town politicians' busied with their strange archi- The wages of'the skilled ship rigger i I I way Oazaca 35c lb.; Gold Standard. lie;
The Memphis Commercial-Appeal lu Last Thanksgiving morning, a well election. Several They work in all sorts of may seem high in comparison with the warning blast. The next instant he. I I lb: Diamond Blend, 23c lb;' Goldca:
republishing the above I known young man was to be seen rush Even the editor both by day and night No those of the ordinary sailor or even aship's '- with his cart. a hundred pounds of butter I Rio 20c lb.Strctiy .
comments ing madly across his neighbors lots, made a contract calling demands such a combina officer. Considering the accidents and a,thousand fresh ('gJ:*. was mix fresh roasted and as g-wi
tfrereon as follows: scaling fences, and generally creating for ed up In a monster omelette by the side I Coffee old in this
.S well one ) of skill and courage and the abil which every' rigger meets in his as any city.
Here is a strange condition of af- the Idea that be was either escaping consult him on 'Work quickly In the face often daily life the work is of course one of the track -The farmer was Send us jour orders and we will deliver
fairs. These "so-called best citizens; from the sheriff. or had suddenly ance as to the policy danger. for which no amount of but very angry. lie brought Uuburt.j l promptly,
the men who control commerce andIndustries" eloped a case of temporary Insanity. and observe the happy I; money can -: recovered full damages! from tbe rail-
An is no exaggeration In the state really compensate. A first class rigger -
remain away from the anxious friend hastened: to stop tween the extremes road. This in in
polls that the people may elect to the gymnastic exhibition, and said: his Jackship and the that the Yigging of ships, espe- commonly receives $4 for a day's work. 1833. happened' England I I REEDButcher
S office men who are purchasable by "What Jn the world Is the matter with of those who know those ,requiring repairs after For zM! 'extra time the rate is double. : The J. E.
president of road
the sent
the absentees., you are you looking for the new university duct a service Is the most dangerous; of Much of the work is of course done for'
S newspaper
For, of course the absentees are buildings the United States parties wisliing.to give prop under the usual pressure of time. George Stephenson and said angrily: and Green Grocer

S he only ones Interested in persuading postoffio or the through trains on the will send In their to reliable statistics, fully When! an accident occurs to a merchant -1 "Our engineers ,can't blow their horns
*the elected official to swerve from A. C. L?" "Worse than any of those." when we thre3 agree cent ef all regularly employed ship. for example which Is due loud enough to clear the tracks ahead. Cor DoVilliers and Romans. Sa

., the straight line. Nobody ever heard was the reply, "I bought a fine fat be up to now.-Wll riggers are maimed, often very perhaps with a perishable cargo atsome I You'haTe made your steam do so
of the people having : much why don't make It blow PHONE 1022.
common occasion ; you a
every year. The proportion distant port. every hour econo- '
to ask for "special favors" from good loud born for !"
seriously Injured In a life; tnized in making repairs counts against i! us Meats of all kindr* Western an1:
I "national." Only state the and captains municipal of Industry legislatures. -. 4<, +:+:+:+:"':+:"':+:"(",:+:"(+:+:+:+:":+:+:+ Is about 00 per cent. The greater 'serious.loss. A great part of the work: I J Stephenson pondered. (An idea came- I'I i Country Pork Sauer Kraut. Cbuktri
to him. He
S
those who "control commerce anrf I: of accidents are caused by ot rigging is therefore done at night:. '! visited a musical Instrument -- and Eggs, Turkeys, G ese. Duck-- ai,1
IndustrY are found knocking for the I State Press Comment on 1 from aloft or,by being struck by the gangs: of riggers relieving one an-: : maker and had constructed a j I everything sold by a first-clabs; meal:
I horn that gave horrible SCfl'eCb'when
special favor; consequently. if the i objects such as blocks or spars other continuously until the ship Is'- a I' market. Free deli ery.ood1.
Plcajune's contention is true, there I (' of heavy rigging. falling again ready for sea. i blown by steam. From this born the -
method In the absence from the Lamar= WIlliams locomotive whistle of today 'desceuds.j .
: ,1s gument.'M great heights. Serious knife The ship rigger whose experience or I I I
'polls of the "socalled best citizens." i I 1 come'next in order. The rec- skill does not enable him to do the '

1- They promise, tso it would seem, to, <...:+*:+aI :+;...:...:+;...:...:...:+:...:+:+:+:...:+:...:+: I of such accidents, as evidenced 'most important work earns from $3'j!' Characteristic of Enrop.. CJtlr*.
{ stand_ aside .and permit wolves_ In An obsener; say a correspondent of
books of any hospital in a great to $3.50 a day, with th* same agreement : $
; abeps clothing unchallenged Ingress I Bristol Bee. are long and grewaome. for overtime. During the busy ; the Leeds Mercury; has drawn up a lit.
to the fold of popular favor. democrats In
r S The Picayune blames the "socallsd 'Representative W. B. Lamar of I Billy: was sat congress down rigger must be a stet'ple .climber season In the great seaport towns it: 1 tie table In which lie arranges the principal -: All kinds that you want.

;: rood citizen" for this state of affairs. Florida has not yet made up his mind his half million dollar ; a tightrope walker something is not uncommon for the riggers to cities and towns of the world ac
'
K'o whether Mr. John Sharp Williams's artist and work continuously for from fourteen cording to a classification which has
r doubt he Is partially responsible, Ij recognize, him.: trapeze an experienced : i5t ,
{ j>ut the chief blame must, rest on the pursuit of him should be characterizei' I rolled into one. He must to sixteen' hours a day. As a result it at least the 'merit of novelty. Each

f, |--ople themselves! -those who take as "runnins"or. "basingS ." Arcadia i a,jack of all trades and, a Is not unusual for them to receive for: town is considered from the point of
t' ))art In every political event. S S The congressman I at least: of several of them. months at a time as much as $:.0 a view of the trades which are carried on
i Dishonest officials are made by disttoneat Jacksonville Metropolis. distrIct. Hon W,, B. : Ironworker' who balances himself week. In it. According these statistics. In and
f: elections. When 'the people Congressman Lamar gives one the to make notoriety Paris there reside the most tailors
girders on a great bridge or In nearly all great seaport towns, np-
I
It- permit the robbery of the ballott impression of oslnfc able to take care Washington, by airing the trapeze artist in the notably in New York city. the. riggers; holster*rs.bonnet,makers, barbers, ad->
'
::5those who gain office by It have almost of himself in ab A every way and against minority : ,vocates tad mc.n of letters men or :Jinecheaper
the organized.
act are strongly Their union
that he or "steeplejack" ally !
Is manfully holding his own This
a rjght to look upon dishonest: ig about the last ili{ In London we'I1nd
4 representation as a precedent bearing is evident ! cab and
S S danger of world. have ; : carriage proprietors engineers,, than
.5 popular approval. S S .to the latter class Not only they played an you can
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to 'Miami News. is more: familiar and has been important part throughout the history : printers, booksellers and-;though; most L
If, then, these evils are be cor- Live Oak : ( buy It an} wh re. Any
call It appears th.it as a matter of fact The of American but j people: : would scarcely ,credit it-cooks.
recterf there is no need to In the Pensacola ? widely advertised. ,But a snip shipping, their guild II |
1S no-called good citizen but the people: Representative Lamar of Florida was picture: and l must keep perfectly cool bead was an effective one in London when, J In Amsterdam' we find' the most are size you want.

.S themselves must purge; themselves ol cot slighted by John Sharp Williams the Hon. Jefferson D. face of, dangers which might 'I the ships<<, were rigged* whlcQ sailed I !I dealers nnj money' lenders.' Brussels
1_ that spirit of tolerance of ballot rob-I but actually: promoted. He was lett Marianna who wants a Nelson' or a Dewey. Tour against the Spanish armada. The laws: I J Is (celebrated -as the place where the: E. C. SEWELLPhone

teries which Is prevalent throughout; off of the committee on commerce, gress now occupied : (' ", may be perfectly self 1! whIch'goein the riggers in America i if J largest nnmber _of, boys smoke. It faIn

; the country. j jW'by I committee but'he; was on made foreign a member affairs of which the and Lamar will is go now after it ; sed: at ,frlgh altitudes, but then !today ,had their origin In ,this ancient porters.Naples We,that We we'Uio:find largest the most street 614.I .
so | number of
stands higher in the scale than the with the assurance that his [ guild. A revolution has occurred mean I' I I
continue Sharp Williams that : beer drinkers {n Berlin. Florence __, _, __
do Florida farmers possesses
-' commerce:committee., tt> think of Mr. at least Is stable The struc- while In the shipping of the world by ..
the t :!
mot
to hp! their fruits and produce to distant bitions and the latter iron worker feels that he can de- the introduction of steam and the use flower"' sellers; and Lisbon I ::- :

freightOr Williston ,Advocate. the steel of Iron Iud steel in i, is celebrated. as containing the
S points paying enormous opportunity to do some !! I upon the solidity) jf 'i shipbuilding, but bailiffs. '
S ex-press charges, when as good it We' must say that we certainly admire hunting. beneath him, while the most the dangers of the ship rigger's life, most The New, Year'sTroubles
the pluck or Lamar in calling S i like the demand for his
not a better market jean be found In trapeze performer never ven : services, have j .
Williams down. Williams is : Loentici'
Sharpe .
Live Avignon.
the cities of Ttoria'a? This Is one of the democratic leader Oak f on ropes which have not been : somehow remained unchanged. So you
; recognized as Representative I tested and rarely) without a 1 may hear: the riggers talk'today much: Sir }Frederiek; .pollock muted to tell
S be unexplained mysteries of the bat: had his feathers trimmed by our has placed himself in.: I him. : the same us' they did two centuries j this story of 'the, dilettante society: Will be lessened If you I knot
Land of plowers.S congressman. We agrej with Mr. ism to John that ,.afch "I'Jalwajs
i : Sharp The qualification for jour "weekly:
1 of benefit membership! i
tinw the
lamar that he certainly had just : the rigger knows no such safety societies which wasthat aal
ocratic leader in I be done carefully :!
cause In calling down Williams. son alleged is that the support. The fact that his serv- t t support them when they! lie Injured or i! the candidate had been met in I

President Roosevelt shook hands S S the removal of !tr. required aloft means, of course. j| the premiums of the lodges which bury t Italy by ,the proposing member but well.We will call for your -w -1:f'
with over nln-e! thousand people at the Palatka them and for once it bappenet} that a candidate I
: Times-Herald. interstate and foreign the con-,hcated rigging Is faulty i 1 care their families when was promptly, launder It carefi.! ,:*
White House reception yesterday. Congressman Lamar has had a I mittee because. as' masts: or spars: may be rotten to I f[ they are killed. elected who had bcm met"at .A Jnoo. the greatest care b ing eierr1

S There are times when his strenuous lively'tilt with Leader Williams. One mar, he is a point, the ropes may part A,curious thing about the accidents I 'The error was discovered! *'' and the society ed In every detail, and-,toj"J! !

training stands him in good stead and thing about Lamar: is no one can say who Is an enemy offr. instant. It is just this uncer' to riggers, as any one on the waterfront proceeded {o vote 'that. In the be .thoroughly satisfied, we &**.
the New Year reception was on of that he. is afraid to speak out In meet at the last session of which renders the rigger's life ,of our seaports who knows will opinion of' the. society, Avignon is la antee that

In g.' S for Mr. Hearst's hazardous.: He must mount with I tell you, Is that the most dangerous accidents -: Italy." Thi '.. bow ver-' seemed a ticklish -

them. Inverness Chronicle. At well this informed distance of we the are of n cat and work QUlc1J.1.Y spectacularly are seldom veryfcerloua. precedent '10 establish, so, ttt'yl The Star Steam
gravely: laid their beads
network of rigging which m"i Any old salt or Idler who together and
The Supreme Court of Georgia Among the egotistical freaks of t*,* controversy but on :
mocOern times may be justly classed IT Jcs like the. at any Instant It would be dif-;'i haunts the docks will be fouiid"(nil of snIemnjjres51: d'Tn"I'futtherinotloi"that ,
the recent case of The Em- Laundry.
fcejd, In Billy Lamar Congressman from the acme a small thlrfj! and : If he could even choose his own ; marvelous stories of such hairbreadth in the .9pl lon of -this iwxJety.Avignon .

J>3oylng, Printers' Club vs. Dr. Blos- Third District: of Florida. lIe had erned by unworthy and weather but the rush insert: [i escapes. In San Francisco a sailor recently -: I. Is the only'< .' town- 'Jn }'rancewhich.J" 37 E. Garterf St. Phon. H*.

teer! Company that a combination of the temerity- *buek up" against I pricing the Florida, from such work allows him! no.11[ was dropped nearly a hundred In Ita-.!yV, Pensacola. FJ.v

r ,.va 'o. more persons to Injury' one John' Sharp Williams, leader of the coveted committee' 'a.ss Rjln 'or' snow or 'ice, greatly I feet by the"parting of A rotten spar.- Head The-JQ r ':"'Want-Ada.-, -


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.... corded tOi all of tie pile fabrics and this l"-
example Jn white uncut velvet with, real K

Cluny, and yardr and yauUa of veh** rib- -'
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wing effect which 1* a continuation
the skirts of the cast being run tip over .. '
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bordered with deep Clnny, delaying the' r
historic Franco Premier pattern and

velvet ribbon bord..rs either dse of the d

1 R's, a Yt lace. That clever little: touch, of contrast
VfL'VZT GE' I which the Part skins" use to much Is'' "

deftly achieved In 'the qcrrp of deep-

COAX, : brown velvet ribbon that appear at the

neck, this combtmtlAn of brown and whit |

largely: replacing: ;: the favored magpie
lengths. Some are long in the back:: and] :
combination that has ruled for so long s CVelvet
I round up prettily to about, baIt that lengthIn The Popularity of Bvil>
front, the fulness of the skirts-for all and the Carriage Coat } d

of the "coat skirts are of necessity extremely bons.Effective' The extreme. of simplicity la rendered
I full this seasdii making for a .
R still more effective in the clever fashion
L : eaecaded'efgct t. In which the lining alternates i
that the trimming scheme of this
Ribbon Garniture. for charmIng -
with the outside the Thereare
i wrap. carriage coat display The style .U
others tit ,which tb, front descends Evening Gowns.
t ; that of the early Vlctnrlac,' a period In
IY 'i.i'EJR7c ,,'elnlzh'the: hem of the, skirt rounding Ribbons furnish all of those charming fashion that has been introduced with is
L LThe In similar fashion' to the back which
garnitures for an evening gown. The success In high-class garments but has
I usually has inset pleats ta afford/ Just the '
celnture Is. mounted upon one of those failed of acceptance, In gowns of more
amount of fulness below the
correct waist'
V.En.U.tG featherbone frames that lace In the front utilitarian Intent. In this example velvet t2 ,

C'I, I line.And the back decorated with crocheted ring. chiffon and boulDonne ribbon*-all E+.
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tbe finish at the. neck Is Just aa
u----- =--___ through which a velvet ribbon 1* laced In black are cleverly relieved with an
Ta"lOgj'lnrf.1"Itl: d as are the wraps themselves
The rose sprays employ artificial foliage application of Irish crochet on the shout ..
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around the : .. Terenlng coat displays-several points of novelty. -. ,, time! of themxdlsplay a lowness
apd centers, which lend an air of verisimilitude
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.' den and ruffle of LJerre face at the
The sleeve to, this Is an excellent .* To begin: with the characteristicshort thatIs tantamount 't,: a decolletage. a
to the design. Corsage and
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wrists. Long and loose are the line of '
ample of one extreme of the present body of the 'Accepted mode of the drawback one might Imagine when the
skirt coiffure and little '
sprays ornaments
the the
garment coat pleased full to 'w
styles. The upper part Is of chiffonfoiled first Empire, I lt displayed and tothIs. the garment; Is worn wIth| a gown of similar '
Into the army'i.. and decorated .with| ribbon 'very full skirts-they are cut t'ir'ular'In cut. Others bare the high Napoleon collar corsage knot are all represented. the skeleton yoke. An entre dens of rib- I a

evening wrap bas come to be even en suite .... >.h the coat. An ever-wi the best models, with quite a 'sweepingcurve ,' with Its characteristic turnover, upon Table Trimming All in Ribbons bon-trimmed chiffon appears half way ,
more necessary than the evening gpwn demand. Tbls odd ..tjtil; lend her an dening design Is followed and thIs'Is' accentuated over the bust line-are applied. The whWi much elaboration Is lavished dowp and to this a fall flounce! la

to the woman of limited social opportunities air of graceful dignity even of statell- la the velvet puff! that la IPpiled sides are slit as they used\ to be in the There...are not lacking, example of the Extremely effective are the ribbon trimmings chirred, BO that the width at the hem ..
ness, If she but carry It well that few :: for a tea or luncheon table. The In the nelgbbocbood of elghr I The
yards.
for a dressy wrap will always above the wrist this flat and baggy original and the'sl'l'Tes are attached to Medici collar, that flares so becomingly
atone for a less dressy! costume so far It. Indeed ,any other styles. can afford. beyond description. The lining If loose the skeleton lining of the yoke part Instead upwards and makes: such a flattering background centerpiece Is of roses effectively fashioned upper part of the sleeve ta of chiffon ,,

as theater and evening concerts are con- One example of this mode Is so charmIng from the garment and Is Jn' white'.satin..' of to the:coat proper. The sides of for the hair and features when It from various tints of satin ribbon with elaborate appliques of bonUlonne ;

cerned. While for the woman of fashionIt that it deserves to be quoted at veiled In a printed chiffon that: looks the coat are. brought up over the shoulders Is chosen In the color that shall prove the stems of mUUnera' wire ribbon wound. ribbons and'*? quaint velvet puff Cat and

Is a garment that is as Indispensable length. Black chiffon velvet, a double startlingly like a hand-painted fabric. after the modish batwing style, tbls most flattering to complexion and coiffure! Tbe candlestick lettinKI'are of similar baggy and extremely loose In effect, appears -

as are the more Intimate Items of her chiffon the kind that Is so often referredto Anything more luxurious In, appearance making for "an extremely odd and graceful alike..' And 'then there are others that style, rose foliage being effectively mingled below the elbow and broadens the i tot

lingerie. misleadingly as chiffon t'loth-Irlsb and yet simple In design can 'hardly: be effect. The sleeves themselves bring the wrap up to the base of the with the ribbon blossoms and the line of the very full sleeve. Tbe ribbon
crochet and yards yards of black centerpiece U surrounded with'long
The last note of elegance and extravagance upon well Imagined. quite original, too. being huge puffs of throat,. and just depend upon a tulle or loops bonllonnes are artistically interlaced i
satin ribbon shirred on either edge to produce of ribbons In all of the rose shades, running
would seem to be sounded In those The extreme vogue that Js accorded by heavy white chiffon that contrasts well chfffon or ribbon ruche there to make for with the crochet to form a trimming
bouilionne effect.Tbe usual from a bluish pink to a rich 1
a yoke deep
confections with the uncut velvet, and trimmed with scheme below the neck Aud the coat lav = ri
that Paris supplies as modelsto f on the'.bouldel'll Is In black taffetas completely the best makers to velvets Is now to be' the required finish. Jt all Depends upon Jacqueminot tint streamers from these '0'
be copied on tttg side of the water. covered with crochet into the pattern shared by the uncut as well as the rat' row upon row of -narrow ruffled Valenci the style of face that top the wrap which being carried to the table corners and finished with the open collarav! throat r xv

Velvets and chiffons ribbons and real i of which boulllonned satin ribbon pile, and garments: In this' exquisite fabric ennes, the real web,of the oldish yellow is selected, for all are equally modish And serving to Indicate the ,various places at that is so modish at the present moment i 3

lace!! hand-painted silks and exquisitely are displayed In all of the delicate tints.On tint.- Spaced bet wee?> the rows of ,lace are In equally good standing with the fashion J
some two Inches wide. Is Interwoven. The table. The Franeol I \'''DI.; Coat. j o
embroidered tissue*--all! called of ribbon-thIs In the authorities.
are uponto velvet part bangs In full pleats from beauty In white uncut pile Is bordered bands white velvet
lend their grace and charm to those all around with a broad elnny' iu cut pile-and the Cluny that borders the A rich shade of
deep claret
here to about the knees and at this point Braids, too are receiving quite an un- velveteenIs '
evening wraps that are destined to see. which the'pattern' that Is eoat'all around Is edged with flat applications Colored umbrellas with fancy bordersare '
there appears: an entre deux of double known, to lace- usual amount of attention from the mil employed for this t Par'sb: conceit., a' f
y perhaps but one season's Ole, and but chiffon on which the boulllonned ribbon makers as Francois Premier-after the of the same! ribbon tbls setting well obtaining quite a share of success liner. All of the tailored or shirtwaist which Is distinctively novel Iu both out k

occasional wear at that. mf'anderllattt'r, an Intricate design. Halfway monarch who so largely ;patronized the upon the uncut pile and throwing up the abroad, and the fad is to baTe the umbrella hats show tome touch of tbls very ef- line and trimming. A' t'OtrblnstioD ofcape I _
The fashioneble mondalne -will welcomethe French laces In centuries by and beauty"of the lace, perfection. match the gown. Long handles.. fe<;tlve trimming; and there are even coat and dolman U 1 .y
below .the knee there Is gone wry cleverly r
an extremely h
\ very much!, like those of the dressy para. dress hats that artificial silk
employ
delightful diversity In styles which full flounce of the velvet applied this who brought the best of the Flemish and t There are some models that arc charmIng tots of the summer time, appear on these, braids for the stiff June craists that are carried out the best feature of each ;3r- i

the latest models display. So far It merely edgedwith the ruffled ribbon and Italian makers to France! to Induce still when viewed upon the ,right woman. and crystal ball. and shafts command so popular tied with. a Quaker bow around I meat being clearly shown. The modish t

would seem as though- no two of them presenting a width of at least eight yards more artistic designs. This, exquisite Many of these present; quite Irregular: fancy prices, the crowscatherbone Napoleon collar with its rharacteriftlcaW II ,

were the least reminiscent of any -- ly deep turnover appears at the neck. / h j
t of the others ( that Is employed la little The fronts hang loose, after the approved ;t t

There are long coats, loose and full as rods to support one's (collars tbls wound Caracas style while the back U molded '

well may be and still set well upon the t around with green ribbon of suitable upon dolman lines the garment rounding

t ftgu.... There are short little dolman ,at- t shade. ;- up In soft cascaded folds to knee length t'

fairs-garments that reproduce delight- I Upon frocks of filmy gauze and net and at the sides, the lining of rich white satin tl

fully the short and snappy garment tulle there are charming spray of flowers showing considerably Uand-embroMerlea .i

which the officers of the Imperial Guard tsuuIri yr= fashioned from gauze and the metal In several shades of red. relieved with

f of Russia (only families that have been tissue ribbons. These latter are among dull green and gold, decorate the 'wrap, _

nobles for at least five generations can { the latest conceits of fashion, and represent the strap at the back waistline that t
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ever become members of the personal gold, silver, bright copper and a serves to>> hold the garment'Into the figure r

t' guard of honor to the Czar) wear foi1 greenish bronze alf of them true to the being especially effective. i

\IT their fulJ- reM uniform. Only one or metal type. Oftentimes when those effective
two of inch bate drifted to these shores sprays and knot are employedupon Empire Evening Coat.

and they ere In the correct white cloth, corsage and skirt there 1* a deep-
boned girdle fashioned of the same ribbons Very radical are the changes which j
smooth and lustrous satin and \
t trimmed as ; Iud the Bash at the ck-tor there fashion has wrought In the apparel of t jf
with the Russian sable
Imperial
T that 13 no evening gown nowadays without It* woman for the coming seasons. But It
rightfully belongs to the design each, ,.ether I It be Intended for debutante cannot be said that these style are entirely '
That their cost Is a high one goes wIth- i or grandmother; all type and all # t.
y .t new. leather Is It new things built |
out saying, and there Is no danger of the age display It. f.'quaU7eomposf'd of '
Here have with
C out of old. we us once
design\ becoming common because of over- I several loops and ends,' BO two of ',them
I tx again the empire coat, popular not so u
Popularity.The alike as to lengths- '
many years ago though of coarse, wltb i j ,. tt'g
modes of the first and of the second wrought Another out charming.Itb'rlbbou concert has'the that tiny Is modifications and applications. What may ( ; I
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empires are delightfully conspicuous Marie Antoinette ribbons employed to be termed the yoke of the garment fits ,

and although to the. student of his follow a festooned flora) pattern. The rather snugly to 'the figure to below. the {

tory there Is quite a marked difference : ribbons are used just the same as a strandof but line, where appear two deep tacks )

t between the fashions of the two periods, floss silk or any other thread is employed running around the body, these serving '

the dressmakers mingle them quite re- the needle having a large eye as a finish for the joining of the yoke'G
: cardies* o( the anachronism. \bi that will carry the ribbon without undue
and the circular skirt The voluminous ,i
crushing or creasing, ,and at the came i
une model, ada'pted :from the early sleeve are gathered !into a wide flaringcuff /
time pierce a hole, through tbe material
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Victorian fashion plates bas had quite a sufficiently large for( the ribbon to slip which narrow to almost uothlbg Iu let

successful run. although the, season Is through/ easily. These designs are worked width! on the Inside seam of the sleeve, t '

tat yet young. This is one with the I upon a-cbeer mouisellne de sole on* with this being heavily stitched. Navy blue
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J 118ual i skeleton yoke over the shoulders T i sfst..W o'J:?' tatnaGvtC( a good deal of dressing in the finish; and velvet form the Inlaid collar,' which U is
on which U applied quite an elaborate then the material 1* cut away so that the ornamented with embroideries In pastel

a trimming scheme and llkewleo serves as the best hons nln Sew' Tork thatde"hf a huge bowl of roses wltb Just enough. of 'emergency" Is the remark that Is, almost I and the more delicate shaded! glimmerand Tlflble ribbon support.festoon Those seem to are bang worked without upon shades aad &large enameled button An P&4J4 t

support to which the extremely I full hlh-claas furniture 1. displaying foliage In them to relieve the tlpts. the Invariably passed. and eager arethe Inquiries glisten !In either gas or electric light monsseline to correspond with tbe colorof ID"tof, the velvet, together with Ute em-

t skirts are applied. There la not even the a dining-room all furnished and seemingly shade running from a pale blush pink of the attendant as to where such after 'a fashion that Is all their own. the gown or else In white and every broideries and buttons, decorates the Y+
Ghost of an attempt to follow the lines While the furniture and right on down Into the deepest and rich thing are to be found and Instruction arranged ] Kelt hi r satin nor taffeta ribbons display last tiny bit of the background'is cutaway sleeve. Navy blue and white chenille 1* '

of the figure anywhere; the garment la as Unemployed' :are such a. to call forth est red of the Jacqueminot The Kilter for. this peculiarity; the,Ipnjslnes alone seem so that only the embroidery Is visible. used la the making pf the .large Hat cha- v.

full lAd aa shapeless as well, may be. commendation from' even the most critical candlesticks are embedded la a plateau of- All of those charming ribbon flowers to, posses It. This Is a hint which! the .' peso with tam o'chaater crown. One '

\t Tbls Is f style which only the woman housekeeper the one thing of that dcl''Invariably' the came roses; and then ribbon ,cashes borrow liberally: from the stock of the floFermaker* who expect to employ this A firm of embroiderers their workers lone white double-tipped ostrich plum Is
bringexclamations = and streamers start from the -centerpiece artificial flower maker. The foliage !Is ,fascinating; teatre'ot: fashion should remember -
Who well should even French and Flem *h-display '
carries herself trimmings. rre mostly tacked to the left nnderbrim and brought
I the table : and radiate to all 'cf'' the nine of
( -times
from TstOrs! [ IJ; 01'Derw : out tea. borrowed, from .. 1
In which the design 1*
of curtain
dream ot, for the slightest fault In poser Ii' pair around over the hair to the right aide
-t table each strand serving to fcnrr"off- such and the '
The dining table .1.I clothluncheon: source, centers of the flow- Ifgwever,-to return to the ribbon sprays. altogether wrought In those same tiny!
carriage 'magnified a thousandfold.On luncheon each place 'at the table Theahadeliet era are all.the better when too display where It fall coquettishly over the ear. '
that is, there is a they,. The tea roses In fellow lonistne bad ribbons. The background Is 'a square 4' '
the other baud, though, this U the and lace laid lSod,lbe candlesticks are In ,feels are carried out here, too.and'while; allegiance to the older art. foliage fn'lbe odd ib de. which the nat. filet net upon which a design of tolrhI. I' ti

garment par excellence for the petite place; but since the house does not hems the long streamers are la the pale ribbon, A charming; spray for the skirt of 'an ural,flower prt'lleDtaltbe deep brown, intense .. I Ie worked the natural tinting of Tts all-gilt or silvered quill I II very /
woman she have shoulders > rla wre those the shorter,ODes make use, -vf'th,t4art r modish andothers In black art color 31 ;t
provided that in silver china evening gown shows yellow tea rose .,greets und the vhadlng of an occastopaJ flowers and foliage being: followed to a (
I that are not too sloping, and that her conspicuously lee lng. However, they colorings. : done la shimmering' louUine ribbon. There .r'ed .b Be :UnT leaves that Up miracle, and the result js one cf the hue a line of*goJd or silver running up \ c' is
Dose and poise of figure la all'that even ire Dot neejed..for'thenapitatloa Ilea,In "Just the thing to make oneself and *o' Is'' sometblnj' to this weave that makes eachbranch.. They were .mounted not most pleasing that has beet!'displayed In the body of the quill and ending In a I d

.1te. tuost. electing, .-daBcJoz-. master could ,_the ribbon decorations In the center 1* have table- decorations ready: for.".;any, '" It] especially suitable for evening wear, upoa. wire rat upon collar bone that same tlil new branch of the / abrolderer'S_ art. peacock'a eye at the tip. .


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: I, PEOPLE AND EVENTS A .i. ;: -.- -. ; ... '" ALLAN'S Ii

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Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go. Come Porterhouse1Steak i \. 1' JANICE. I

and Tarry---Women and Society, Here and Elsewhere.. I '

: Dollar the Ounce
By ,E. NELLIE BECK T.I.phone 669 I : One g

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:f' ,. The'largest-selling perfume
THE NEW YEAR.wbtch Puleston will} be maid of honor. Mr. .
The popular new< odor Janice that created :
Tom Arrington. of Quitman, will be ,...,.tJ !,.. "
: shall be "the brightest jewel best and is the toast of the fashionable
In the man. The groomsmen will bs trolled rare on,done,to a the sensation now .;
glad year's coronet Messrs. Long and Felder, of Quitman hundred of. New York and the Smart
The day so fair that o'er it hangs Ilolcomb of Valdosta; W. It. and C. tempting brown: Is' a dish four I

No shadow of regret? G. Puleston and Will Denham. of that's fit for a Ling-fust Set of Boston and other Eastern cities, we are

Thomasville. Miss Rosebud Denbaiu % for the holiday season.
Merry Christmas, or glad New Year, will preside at the organ. 'After th3 the kind we serve. now displaying !2

,Or Thanksgiving, -when it's 'gone? wedding a reception. will be held at COME IN AND Let us convince you. Free sample for the 4
Or the bright and luring Easter the home of Judge and Mrs. T. M.
With its ever-hallowed dawn? Puleston. BRING YOUR FRIEND., asking.HOOTON'S.

Or perhaps it Is another -+- I

When fair messages so fine FAITHFUL EMPLOYEE H 4 "i PHARMACY
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Flit about us all in honor RESIGNS FROM W. U. T. / B
Of our good St. Valantlne. I OPEN ALL NIGHT. ,
Many friends are interested In the Kitchen Cafe
Kandy
Or It may be still another announcement of :Miss Clara Beck'With's II Phone, 1100. THE BIRTHPLACE OF PROMPT DELIVERY. i:!

;We, When would from out the the dark unseen appeared approaching in The Sunday marriage Journal., which 04 Palafox, 'Phone 999 ',, !Sm1 -1 mami.:: : .JI.t'"', J.tQA! u.utJ't." ." ..---!" .;,.;.i
coax hoarded secrets '
:Miss Beckwitb is member of the
From the mystic Halloween. choir of St. Michael a Roman Catholic 'i: .

:Yet It may not be a fete day H.church Beckwith of which is the her accomplished mother Mrs. organist W.. : \k kA 'i-H H lfr&ZmZX%$--a**%frZl%% Hi' % &i&*$*
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:IWhich In Its will gala hold day for attire fulfillment ,' and both ladies are well The Latest Fad..

.Of your, dearest heart's you desire. known Miss In Beckwith music circles.is also a well the BEAUTIFUL most exquisite.COLLARSin < designs: for ;?' i';: i' REESE-MENDEL TAILORING .GO, I

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known young" business woman, having Ladies and Misses from 'lOc to
But perhaps within the plainest ; 11 N. Palafox Street.
*" been in the employof the local $1.69 each..
Day that lives within the year

(Sou And may:your find level your of glory-garlanol good,; cheer./. branch Company of the Western of which Union Mr. Len.Telegraph Le-- Mrs. Nordstrom's Millinery, :' ;:: BUILDERS OF MEN'S FINE CLOTHES.

Baron Is 'the manager, for fourteen No. 11 E. Intendencia St. -
'-L B; Atkins in Children's'Vlsitor. '
: years. i'';. Elegant line of..Imported and Domestic: Suitings now on hand. %:
-+- She now resigns with the unusual ... .'. ; Best equipped Dyeing, Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing Establish- !
Misses Eliza and Ruth Gold returned record of continuous service duringall QUIET WEDDING '. ment inVest Florida for :Men's and Women's Clothes, '* f:
Sunday night from Milton :
rwfcere those fourteen years* without a <.. Join our Gen lemeIs"Suit Club. Dues only $1.00 per month for <|
they spent the holidays
pleas-
single vacation or losing a day from -*'
i; pressing. *
1antIy. with! friends. her work. During the recent quarantine AT DeFUNIAK ". E. L. REESE |

Miss Beckwith was the only J. MENDEL.
THE "GEORGIA GRIND. person In tha office, from the manager *S* S* $* *S iS iS**
down, who was not sick. .> ./
MISS JOHNNIE AND
GILLIS. MR.
Col. :Anstrather was distressed. In Miss Beckwith the Western i -'--' -

His St. Louls host had! asserted that Union loses a valuable and faithful WILMER QUARTERMAN --
Missouri was the garden spot of employe who will be greatly missed
(America for the production of water- and regretted by the public, but all MARRIED CHRISTMAS

melons. Being a Georgian: Col. An- concerned will unite In cordial good i "Stop" Where You are
etruther could not allow such a statement wishes for her continued 'happiness WEEK. t : .
to pass uncnrrcctod. "Sun!" he and prosperity and in congratulatingthe
exclaimed. "Proof of the abundanceof happy man who has won her for CONVENIENT WORK APRON and Retrace Your Steps
watehmelons lies in the facility torcatln"em. his bride.
Special to The Journal. The apron is among the revivals plsatings. in fine linen Is used to trim I
Can you show me, suh a Miss Mina Wolf, the charming
roan In Missouri who has yet acquiredthe young daughter of Mr. H. Wolf, De Funiak, Springs Jan' 1.-The from othir days that bid fair to' become the top portion, being whipped on by' That handsome piece of Jewelry or Umbrella you ,were

equivalent of the Geo'gia grind?" r.ucceeds Miss Beckwith in the West marriage of Miss Johnnie Gulls and a .craze once,more. The one of band. The tLlrt part is In three sections looking ,at and considering its purchase may be gone .

"The Georgia grind?" o'emsnded era Union office. Mr. WJlmer Quarterman 'was solemn- the picture is in white linenS with a the front or middle one gored, tomorrow. There are other admirers of tha beautiful
the Missourian. "What is that?" ized at the Presbjterian church and the side ones also slightly shaped.
-+- bib top that adds the popular! suspen- A,convenient pocket appears either than yourself, and he who comes first i is first served.
"The Geo'gia grind, suh, is the abil-
Thursday 'morning. The church '
CAPT. CHIPMAN MARRIES was ders over the. shoulders, In
ity to feed a continuous and unbroken crossing; side of the front, and a deep hem
line of watehmelons into one side NIECE, OF GEN. GREELY. I beautifully decorated, ferns being the back. Ont of those little richeHju{ makes th, finish all aroUlr!. GOLD WATCHES, ELGIN OR 'JA/ALTHAM MOVEMENTS, .$15.00TO

,of the mouth while emitting a contln Capt. H. P. Chipanan who is well I profusely banked along the altar -- $35.00.GOLD .
lions and upbroken tine o seeds, sub known In this city where he has resided -I railing and on each side. From graceful STICK PINS 75c; WAIST SETS AND BABY: PINS, $1.50.

Tom the otheh side. The mere development for ten years past was married festoons of southern smilax weresuspended FUR FASHIONS. THE CINNAMON( TREE. HAND PAINTED CHINA $1.50 TO $5.00; UMBRELLAS $4 TO $18.
of that aht, suh, is is proof last night to Miss :Minnie E. Burnett. I a cluster of bells made of '-
!beyond doubt that Gee gta raised the The wedding quiet one, the I'ink roses, under which the bride .
was a SumptaoDB and Varied Are Garment llw fee Dark Gathered and rr. COE'S
most watehmelons, suh."-Youth's at 9clock.. and 'igTOum stood. J. F. DAVIS Jeweler.
ceremony taking place Miss and A ee;.orle.. pared For tae.: BOOK STORE..
Julia McKitnon played beauti-- ,
Companion. Rev. [
A. T. Sharpe rector of St.
Katherine Episcopal church readingthe : fu'lly the wedding: march from"Lihengrin" The luxury and the play of fancyin The cinnamon tree grows.to a height

-- service at the horn of the bride's I anal during the ceremony furs this seasona' '. .slightly suggested ., of from twenty to thirty feet and is __ ___ _-
MISS PULESTON TO WED parents only, the family being pres softly playad: "The Flower by the models here represented. Oneis sometimes eighteen Inches in thickness.
MR. BRIGGS ARRINGTON. I Song." Immediately following the a coat of mink the skins radiating The'leaves are from four to six indies

Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Marvin Pules- ent.The bride is the attractive daughter -t ceremony she played Mendelssohn cp the center of the back with facings in i length, pval shaped and marked
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ton of Monticello, have issued InvItations of Mr. and Mrs. James II. Bur- "Wedding March Miss Altha! collar and sleeve frills of ermine. with three principal nerves. They; taste .. .e. ..... .. .

to the marriage of their eld- nett of 808 North Sixth avenue, anda I Thompson and Miss Eloise Pound of Exceptional beauty characterizes the very much like cloves Cinnamon flowers -

cst daughter. Stella, to Mr. l niece of Gen. Greely of New Haven, .:Jackson, Ga, sAng beautifully just be- stole and muff of Russian fit fore 1
the entrance of the bridal
party.
Arlington ,of Muscogee." L ( onn. ,
c I The bride a silk with ermine. The stole as may be outside and a light yellow on the In
lovely
BriggS'1 refreshments I wpre grey .
Wednesday evening 'January Delightful were serv- traveling dress) and carried an exquisite noted, is'of extra length and ,the muff side.' The fruit is a small acorn shaped:
ed the later Mr.
after
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o'clock the Presbyterian cerermmy !
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nod when is
drupe ripe it quite brown. : .
p IonUc@'lJo This wedding, says ,and Mrs. Cblpman ,left for New Orleans shower' bouquet of pink rosss :
3Iontice1lo News, will doubtless be on a short honeymoon trip. ..and ferns. J It !.,.however, the bark of the clnn- 2 That's a' big. broad statement, but wa .(,, 2
one of the most notable events of the Capt. Chipman is one of the most Mr. and Mrs. W.: Quarterman mon tree that makes it valuable. The 2 will stick to it. ," 4
year owing to the prominence and prominent business men in the city left on the -'ll ilorning train for Valdos- finest comes from the island of Ceylcp,

jjopularltyi of the bride-to-be, who is and his many friends and those of ta, accompanied by Mr. E. W. Quar. where they have two seasons of cinnamon IT'S THE' "VICTOR i

one of Monticello's sweetest examplesof :his bride will cordially unite In wishing terman and Miss. Evelyn Quarterman :4 harvest. The first season begin ,
winsome womanhood, and of theferoonvtolKN them a long and happy wedded a brother ana I! sister of the groom.' In'April and,the last in November. The 2 and it is noiseless who was formerly from life Although th! morning 'was rainy many branches of three to five years' growthare 4 ,perfectly','smooth mattress surface; is yielding, and con- .
Quitman. Gn. There will be six brides-I -+- friends were at the train to .say cut down, and the epidermis Iscarefully t firms' perfectly to the body; will last a lifetime and is :
wad, Misses Lula and Sallie Pules- The Missionary Society of the "goodybye"" and wish, them "God scraped away. Then the A guaranteed absolutely for five jears. .
ton, Mary Denham Carrie Bailey Gadsden Street M. E. church will speed.
I \11VM bark i is with
Mr. Will H. Watson, a prominentattorney ripped up lengthwise a
Denmark of Quitman, and. i
:Jer.nle meet Ws-.Tu.esday-afternoon! In i
MARSTON &
i knife and loosened until it QUINA
of Marianna, and his brotherMr. gradually_
Par kh ill. Miss Lizzie
Gfcnevieve have
the church at 3:30.: Those who ,
E. P. Watson returned to Marianna ) may be easily removed. .

L--- -- r suIte Mrs. S boxes... A. Davis will ,please president.bring .them. Saturday, after spending several. 1r' 1fT I. The slices of bark: arc then placed in i 108410 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla. :

................. -- days Miss with Annie their Colvin mother.of Nashville .the sun. to dry, and as they dry they ........... .......... ...................;
The .Misses Courtney' of Pineapple 11 &L5f$) Iti curl, up into,quills. The next thing is
who Is visiting' her aunt .Mrs. O, A.
: who have been their sister to examine and arrange the cinnamon
: fjh.i! ; visiting ------'
Watson, spent two days'of last week

f left, yesterday Mrs. Courtney for home.on Hayne street with Chlpl her y. sister Mrs. Geo/ .Winslett of 1"I -. T41 I % I according whose work to.it its Is quality.to examine The the persons cinnaj TO IMPROVE AND PRESERVE YOUR BEAUTY

Mr. W. G. Davis and bride left Sat j I mon are obliged for this purpose to USE

Mrs., Sidney Kahn entertained last urday for Thomasvllle, Ga., where taste and chew it, although in a short
I Advertisement i night with a farewell dance in honorof they will reside as Mr. ,Davis. is superintendent time it produces a very painful effect NaDINE FACE POWDER

_ _ her sister Miss Clestlne Hirscher of the city schools: at on their'mouths and tongues. IS GREEN BOXES: onTo
: who leaves to-day for her home In that place. A. the cinnamon quills are examinedthe SUPERIOR IN QUALITY. HARMLESS!: AS
Montgomery" Ala., to resume her Miss Julia and Miss Annie B. Rich- smaller ones are inserted into the WATER.
i studies, after a gay ana'! bappy holiday -
Costs arason returned to Tallahassee this
1 i larger, and the whole is then tied up in NADINE Face Powder I. compounded and
; visit. The Misses Leah Sri
morning, where they will continue purin-d by a aawi.ntsoovrav: rno-
bundles about
: UPine Cain entertained for M.ttS their studies in the Florida Female weighing eighty-eight cws. Produce. a beauS f al, aoft velvety ap"
: Hirscher with an informal: New Year College.' pounds eacbv pta ranee, which r-.maht,* until w...hed off
2 us more money than the 2 eve dance 'that was greatly enjoyedby FASHIONABLE FUSS. In Ceylon the'oil of cinnamon is usu- Ladies boy: ,..are wbo sure UM the Nadine complexion t'ae* Powder; Will be>n green frtxhn

came space has ever cost the young set. -.- ,-. ally prepared by grinding the.COlrJest fashioned in the l low d ,/
4 us 'before. It Is larger 4 quite anew way ? pieces of bark soaking; this QUALITY IS UKt QUALED. Buy one M M-nt
2 ESCAMBIA er edge blocked in'such manner as to powderIn -- 4e package add if jou .re nut entirely n att.ff\d
2 than the adverUsement Mrs. Fred O. ,Howe's beautiful OYSTER DEPOT. sea water, for two or three days and Sje.j notify IU, ant we will promptly HtrirSDYOCK :
define the three skins
I which we earned last \'rses-"New year Wishes"- which clearly employt.Fur i then distilling.} Two oils pass MonT -
::2 Phone 1210. over, one
inch J lined coats still continue a feature t SoW by leading drngjrists. r>r miL Price 50
year and tha rate per appeared on this page Sunday morn- Fine Perdido Bay Plant and' Escam-' lighter the other heavier than water.Retaliation. VSe. cents. White,lesh.Pink Brunei
i is also higher. But *'e ing.. have elicited many complimentary of sumptuous fashion. .
are going to make it i comments. : The climax is so appealingly -bla Oysters at reasonable prices.. A model of a happy and orisin.il' Prepared

4. delightful-tha "One touch' C. turn exploits the short bolero In sable, National Toilet Co. Paris, Tenn,
that makes the whole human family Tabarras & Co. beaver or caracal, hung around with Mrs. Jawback-Just like'a'Clan! The "THE NAD1NOLA GIR!> sold in Pensacola by all leading droggifeU

: Pay Us and : responsive and lifts the verses into tails. Such boleros are designed to 'be I idea of losing your temper and swearIng : ....
at yom'razor because It's dull! Mr. .- ,
the daintiest -
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poesy. worn over the new corselet skirt, which
I You. 2 -+- Is the latest dress .in 'J'awbaek-Well. I'te got a' right to.Didn't -i1" 'r I
Pay expression of Jmmi : ;rrwm'W'n
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the razor lose Its temper. first?- -; NW.---.aM\a.INUI..... _
: : Miss Carrie Cline, an attractive Paris. Imagine a long,, flowing sealskin a
ltisgolngtoPAYUbe-v' Kentucky girl who has numerous Keep aRecord redng! te over a black cloth corselet -, Cleveland Leader.

2 cause we expect to at. : friends in this section. is to be married l skirt, and the acme of elegance in 5Zi The |
Feb 7th. to Mr. James Ellis An Arab Proyerb.WhtJi i Only Place of Its Kind
: tract attention by It and : fur fashions, as realized at a, recent. :
f'" Parks of Connecticut They will you have done any one a.favor .
get your trade. It is go- of social function, is reached.
2 ccme to Pensacola for a few days to throw into the sea the remembrance of -
to PAY YOU because 2 The muff of l:!
ing today is large, and when ecin
: see the fleet and expect to spend it. and if the fishes devour it God wL"!
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it will ba our business to one is tall and can carry off'this big '
the summer near Bozeman, :Mont. the
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present in this spaces Mr. and Mrs.. Peter Bell have purchased The New YearWhen affair It can undoubtedly be made avery remember City. i B:
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i every week reasons why : a beautiful new residence! 316 striking feature of the toilet. In -
you can Bet better service North Barcelona, and are moving in even moderately expensive.fur an extra Fashion ii gentility running away '.'
iI 2 better and from vulgarity and afraid of being
goods
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to-day. size muff adds a.touch of opnlcno
Iii' better satisfaction -everyday the year Is out anda and Impressiveness to the wearer. overtaken. by it. It 1* a sign the two Nick Apostle's:Restaurant and Ladies' Buffet :
tt i by trading with us : new one comes in,this N tbtoim ire not tar asunder.-Hazlltt
W. !. Jr. will is the of its
Mrs. Morgan entertain LOUISE E. GAY. really only place kind here. ,It is
than by purchasing groceries lots of satisfaction and i:
: the New ,City Flinch Club this .
It anywhere else. afternoon at 3 o'clock. pleasure in looking backon America Kxaberaue! the only, "
J. I Trusting that you will all 2 the pages eta dreary A prominent English statesman who HAPPY ,RESULTS OBTAINED '

have a :Mrs. Sol Cahn will entertain the year and read the recordof visited this country a few years ago ( h

i i Married Ladies Afternoon Euchre. past events. was talking with friends about the national By the Use' pf the New Scalp Anti. First-Class Restaurant i
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septic.It !
Wednesday afternoon. characteristics of Americans and r pi
*Prosperous i gave it as his opinion that the'western' wo dll't'' take long to numberthe :- ,
The friends of Mrs. E. Williams of DiariesVest er Is the most truly humorous of the hair$ In the heads of some people i :

i 1906, i 111 Zarragossa. will re&ret' to learn citizens of the United States. the reason being they haven't 8 and Ladies' Buffet
that she is quite sick at her residence.: many to number. In most instances, 1 |
succeed2 Pocket "Why, said the Briton in explaua- : however, the fault is their own. A P
; : and that we may Miss Erma Ellis of Greenville, Aba, tion, "a relative of mine who frequentIy I germ at the root soon plays havoc -
: in making this space in : is expected! ; to arrive Thursday on a and Desk visits the States for purposes :of I with,the most luxuriant ,growth and

J't t The and profitable Journal to Interesting we .. visit to Mrs'.John Creary and Miss port tells me'that he was entranced causes.it to fade and fall out A rem- M in Pensacola. and should receive the patronage ft
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you the made him by the Vroprletor for this has recently been
Chaffee. Desk by reply. to edy discovered -
Diaries $1 to 13-50 of the
I ere : public. but the best fish
+,et i Vest Pocket: Diaries. 25c. of a hotel in Nebraska when be called Newbro's H rpiclde, that 5 Nothing meats, f\\
I I Yours for Pure Food? Mrs. A. M. Lap ln&ton and little eon to $1.00. asked if there were any quail In the acts by destroying the gpnn that does game, oysters wines, liquors etc.. are .kept 6s
: Milton Wood hive rtturnea' to their the damage besides' removing! all impuritltt -
i Tlctaity.! 1 and knows
Buy I that
now Restaurant is
home la Goulding after spending the ."Qualir! exclaimed the proprl ior... from the scalp.: In additionIt everyone Nick's j f

F i Calm & Co. i holidays with her mother Mrs. John 'I should say so! Why. they've tot to-. permits, ,new life and vigor to enter. 'moderate in price and well kept. Call on us.

JSoJ. i Wood. be a regular nuisance round here. )II. the to be;.scalp;:obtained, and happy from. its results use. are Try sure It. Ii;1 OYSTER' LOAVES A SPECIALTY. fo:
Coe'sBookstore2l3S.PillfuStrNt ,1
I Pure Food Store, There's nothing Just like the "Blue cook complains that the can't throw.a For'sale :by W. A;. :D'Aleinberte,. drug- !

Southwest Corner Palafax aad Inteadencla.,2 Ribbon flavor. Tell your zrocerthat piece of toast out of the window with'! gist and apothecary 121,South Pala- NICKAPOSTLEPropHetor. 1 1I
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< you must tave Blue Ribbon Lemon out roar or five tat quail fighting to Bee"whIch foz:street, or send lOc in stamps fqr. :

.' Phone 480. 2 and Vanilla Extracts. They are BO t shall get on itf-Woman', *. sample to The .uerpfcide Co., ,De

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Real Estate is Universally RegardedAs IN_ I. A Few Attractive Offerings' in Real Estate.

Values in I'ensacolawlU never! grow

the Safest of All Investments S REAL ESTATE., leslL. The many large transactions in Sale S28. 0000-One of the most valuable pieces of property in the city

Pensacoli property recently proves on a corner and fronting 3 streets ((260x40).
are made often fortunes are made that 'people' filth means are taking advantage : $20.000.00-New two story brick building on Garden stret near Pal-

and it is. Real more often in real estate, than In any of the opportunity to buy afox with lot 92 feet front. Quick sale.

Estate is better than thing else. Right in Pensaeola. you now... $12SOO.OG-Larga story brick.building, near business cent.er..to: .
money in the bank. You can't. spend it have as good' a change' to make large Lots, Homes ,'renting property In all good interest payer.

bit by bit, and its intrinsic profits by Jnie>ting now:"while prices parts' of 'the city.':You: don't have to $7500.00-Desirable building lot near business center, on corner (245
values. are low.: it money I We have them. Several Bplend'd! fen
grow lSt .ba e--all the to buy from us by 192 leet). .
each .. l large and small turpentine locations. :
$$000.00
year. ABSOLUTELYMPOSSIBLE! I -Improved property near Palafox street, property paying -
: Saw Mills and mill locations.
Saw
< $1800.00 I about 12 per cent We consider this a bargain. '

Real Estate to lose >our' money ':f -yu,invest in Gets a lovely little' horn on East Hill : -. $5500.00-Large 2-story dwelling on West Hill; good neighborhood
1 lots I am offering on, East Hill at'$50 Some !
In
excellent large
: bargains with 12 rooms and
: line 6 rooms, story and half, 2 servants quarters. Lot 80 by 180 feet.
and $60 on terms',ol car and ,small tracts of round and boxed, : Our Rental Cepaitment Is given special
< lots on corner, Very dssirable!! loca attention and our Hats
Values in Pensacolaare $1.00 CASH ;AND I 50 'CENTS ., tion, either for investment or home. timber lands. of !stores offices and dwellings contain locations In all parts of tae
'' : I r' city. Our Insurance Department, representing 15 of the
pr we k. No t xs. No in For Rent 307 W. Chase St ..$20.00 leading
terest. Others selling these Large tracts of Mississippi Delta foreign and American companies' can fully protect you from the fire

growing, and if you -would get..,the I lots at the same are prices, cash. You and Hardwood lands tice.fiend Loans, in any. amounts made on real estate, and on short no-

advantage of its growth you should buy won't feel the small payments and before .Splendid

now. See our list. paid for they will, b,?;worth $100 L. S. ,BROWN 6 CO. and'fine lo ati list()n of fora valuable Colony,'or property Stock CALL IN AND t.ET'US: SHOW YOU HOW TO INVEST YOUR

and more per lot. This. :is.,no dream, Farm in South East Georgia. MONEY.
but is borne out by:JUctg:as' to past

peunsacola levestmeet Co prices and advances 'inatde.. THIESEN BUILDING Some of the choicest residence THOS. C. WATSON
& CO.
Call and see me or' crop a postal or places in the beautiful little city of ,

a. H. OVUEMBEWrr CltyMa, Ja7fJl". telephone 462' and I will ,send some "We Sell lots" DeFuuiak Springs, Fla.. and In Milton No. 37 S. Palafox St. LEADING REAL: ESTATE DEALERS.
one to Fla.
W. R. KNOWIiS() President. R. B. SIMPSOV. $ecreta.ry.J. see >ou.ELEGANT to '

.E. STILlMAN, V.-Pres.tnd Can. Mincer. RNOWLES Hn!. Treasurer. HOMES FOR SALE. Our prices and terms are reason' -. --

Real Estate, Loans, General Investment 10 room house. North Baylen ..$4500 FOR SALE able., .

215 South Palafox! Street, Pensacola, Florida. 10 room Louse N. Ha>n3..__... 35COD .1 Money to Loan.
.. I. I Cal on or write to us. :.
I room house N. Hayne.. .3150 FOR SALE.-Fall pigs and: brood DIRECTORY
6 ,room house, Guillemard .. ..., 2250: I If : meat
quick
sows. U'want
.---- --_.- ---- 5 room house, E Cervantes... 1500 MONEY TO LOAN.-on real estate or '
8 room house, E. Hill.. .. .... 2500 makers we tave. them Berkshire other sufficient security by appl Pensacola Lodge, No. 3, K. of P.
WANTED HELP -------1 i and Poland China, White Rock TURNER&AYMARDReal ing to Thos. FeVey.! cor. Palafox and meets every Monday evening at 7:3
: 'IFOR RENT. Chickens Fishel 'SBest in the World"strain stairs. ITnov-m. clock at their temporary Castle Hall
K D.mERS get Kauffman's prices? WANTED. R. I. Reds'\\Brown' Leghornsand Romana. up over l'ou stable, W. Intendencia St.
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Lady or gentleman of fair 6 room house.> 409 Gulllemard. ...$16
for /eloping and finishing Bent Barred Rocks;\a few choice cockerels jiOtEND-On good real e. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.J. .
Romana and education: to travel l for firm of $:250-! 6 room house 218 EIntend, nda $15 security or on good collateral,
ana( heapest in city. 000 ready for service. Cheap if sold Estate and tate H. BREWTON, C. C.
paiafox 1'Jdeclm capital.: Salary $1.072 per year, Warehouse Cushman's Alley.. ..$15 at once. Collier'..Bros., Cbipley Fla. at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks. H.. II 0 RSLER. K. of R. & S
payable wefkl h'. Expenses advancedAddress 10 room house,.N. Bajlsn. .. :..$35 22dec2w Abstract Company Fisher ul1dlng. luau
: .Geo G. Ciows Rathbone
Lodge No.
Pensacola.
JUST OPENED.-W:N. Brown staple 2jan2tWANTED Fla'j I Zirkelbach & Thompson corner Bel- MONEY.: LOANED on any and all 30, K. of P.. meets every

anl fancy groceries. home and west. mont'and DeVlllt} rs, dealers in fine : kinds of personaJ property, payable: Thursday
evening at 8:00
.-Men lo I P. 0 Box 115 i DeFonlak! Springs Florida.Bpardand
cm otcf' fresh country eggs chickens and .boys learn wines liquors andcigars.. Jug tradea weekly or montmy. When you need 4 o'clock in their
and ''he famous blue grass Kentucky plumbing trade, pan $3 day after. LESLIE E. BROOKS I specialty.. Prompt attention given money see me. J. A. Wilson, 22% W. Castle Hall, over temporary Pou stable

bUP' r. coner 10th avenue and Greg! compMing course of practical instruction home trade. Phone No. 580. Government street, Salisbury building: W. Intendencia street
Or> S' Phone 10(54( 14declraAVTED at home or in our schools. Gra-J-: Sdeclmt f ] Rooms. room 7. %de: Visiting
knights
uates ,admitted 'to Union and .Master' 204 S. Palafox St. Fisher Bull lng. are ClIodially
welcomed.
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\\ .-23c per hundred paid for Plumbers Association Positions se-' FOR SALE.-HousQand_ 25 acres with! I MONEY LOANED on good real -state -

Schnapps Tobacco Tags or any of R. cured. Corn. Bros. Co.' Plumbing' 60 bearing pecan, trees 1% miles I I F1JRNISHED-Large' front room security in any amount. D. J. D. KIRK, C. C.

j ReMiold's Tobacco Co.'s tags. T..P.We School, New York, Chicago, Ills, Cincinnati For SaleFOR from Milton. For particulars address I fronting to south and west. Good i Hale Wilson Co. _aug20 C.J.LEVT.KofR.&S.:

imark. at J. B. Roberts & Co. 0., St. Louis Mo. Free cata 1 G. H. Langley, Bagdad Fla. light and central location. Apply 12, MONEY LOANED on ail kinds of par- Knights of ColumbuLf
N. Palafox St.
65.
or phone
IJderlm log. '1 SALE.-A good paying corner Sdeclm f." 2janlm sonal property on short notice. Meetings .of the

T EOXLY- SECOND HAND Gents' WANTED.-Tvio bright young men to grocery on West Hill at a bargain. FOR SALE.-An upright Singer Piano BOARDERS WANTED at 312 N.I Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstairs Knights of Columbus
I 'Foranta Hayne. By day week month.'28 South Palafox St., Phone 1144. : are held: at their hail
Clothing Store in Pensacola that distribute samples. Apply between' Good location. Apply to T. cheap for cash. Call! at 1304V.. ( on
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at G. Gianiinas. 407 S. Baylen St. Terms reasonable. Mrs. Jennie Per.! 5nov No. 8 West Intenden
bu and fell second hand'gents'. 8 and 9 to J. Kitcnem Southern Hotel.: Government St.. Pensacola. Fla. ;
)> I cia street
:: due. ISdeclm: on
203ec4tf every
Uothins N. 9 E Intendencla. dec 2jan115VANTEDColore.j 1dtc1m.: I UNLIMITED amount Ot money to loan
\ I FURNISHED ROOMS, with or without -;I jon all kinds of personal property. Monday evening; at
nurSe girl about and I 7.30 o'clock. An Invitation '
WANTED.-To make your holiday' 15 old. FOR SALE.-UO spring wagon FOR SALE OR RENT/-Two story 10 board. Pleasant locality, near: Special rates to business'men on large
years Apply. 314 N. Alcanijj new set of harness for sale at a'. bar. New York'Loan Co. 204 I is extendedto
.ake Vruli and pound cake a spectali. street. room house and'120 acres good tim- Palafox street 117 E. Intendencia leans. The %
'.., Satisfaction guaranteed. Phone 30Dec3t gain. 4pply' 506 E. Gregory St27dcclw bered land; 40 in cultivation. Addressthe Mrs Fannie Rettenger. decl5-lm. .South Palafox. visiting Knights.
WA'iTED.-A JOHN B. JONES.
42*. Mrs. E.: B. King. 2declm good stenographer. Al! owner Mrs. R. >I. .Applegate, Cantonment ---
dress M. B, care Journal in own! tfla. WANTED few boarders at :318 W. EDM. FOX. Grand Knight.

JOB'rmr-TIXG of all kinds wantedby handwriting, stating experience and I LOTS FOR SALE.-Weekly Payments d. 5de lm l I Belmont New house, good neigh- Educational Recorder. 1k

the Majes Printing Co.. 24V.. salary expected. t. Sldec of l.oa'only.. No taxes! No in FOR S4.LE.-Hot&e numbers and bcrh od and near car line lldeclm Pensacola Lodae No. 4, 1. O. O. F.- ,

Government Pnone 181. Only the BOY \VANTED.-At once. Rhodes, terest. Thos. P bley, office cor. Ro:' ,door'plates; Leave'orders'at White's 'FOR RENT.....Furnished rooms with MUSIC.-After the number"Holidajs" will Pftnsacola Lodge No. 4, I. O. O. F. -r

best of work. Idee FlltC Collins Furniture Co.. East man and Palafox. Sts: Phone &. 59. Coffde Saloon. of'address S. F. Bogart -.: bath, gas and telephone, 2%, blocks]'j accept a limited of pupils meets every Thursday evening at 7:3J:
Garden. Sldectt .- -- ,, ';00 E. Wright Su Phone 890. from poatoffice.: Apply 236 W. Governrvent -tot the following instruments:, Violin at the new hall on West Garden
house for .
We will number you
jour -RUBBER STAMPS Cello! Clarinet and all brass instru-
i
Sdeclm '. St.< or Ting phone 705. Sdeclmj I street. Visiting brethren cordially -:
cheap Any style figures you desire. TED.--Sever3i: good iabQI.e: s.1 15c per line of J Inches. I Iments except slide trombone. Will invited- T. (]. M1NSON.

Our prices are always reasonable,; Steady employment! .good" men'J DAVIS tlQVELTY. WORKS Victof! i'eeord31c'.nd, \ 60c, Call on FOR RENT.-Two large unfurnished!'teach at pupils resld nces. Music fur'nished R R. WITKOVSKI. Secretary.

King & Hual Phone :249.! .24nov.. : Equipment Bids.. NavyYard,. x --i 1'bo.tI222."' : 118 N. ,Palafox. our agont or' fWrite "Metropolitan rooms. Inquire C: n. Yaeger, sec' for all o. occasions band or or --- '- .-
'- 29Jeclw* 0' You can Orderly"Mail.lnbv. Talking Machine* Co., Jacksonville : chestra. Please leave orders at the REBEKAH SISTERS.
%St.tNTED-Your electric work ot all ... .. ond floor.Thiesen building. 12dmIIbARflERS
: ; Fla. Agents TuaHtttl. IDdeclm! Clutter, ,Music. HOUSED or't.. my per. Naomi Lodge No. 10. Rebekah Sisters '
kinds. Let us clean fans reo.r WANTEa-4-youjg-jan AlJcaniz.
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your
sauted; one*; i WANTED 22$ N manent address; Navy Yard Pensa- meets every Monday night at
pair your dynamo do your wIring. CO.etc. not afraid to work: bstween the: FOR SALH-Soutb. fea'I block 211. FOR, SALE ,CIlEAP.-pne. 25x5 ft. Nice, large rooms; good ta cola. Fla. P F. Ehlers, Bandmaster 8 o'clock in I. O O. F. HalL Visit.I .
rhono 570.( Pensacola Electric age of 16 and 18 years; for particulars frontig4O0: feet on.13th street by launch with. 4-horse ble and,terms reasonable. Mrs. Dora j I I sister cordially invited to be
comer Intf=ndecla. and Baylen streets. ', power engine. 1.S.3avy. _ ling pres-
address V., care Journal. Vllw .
Ijunelm. 27declw ::: ;. f4.On X&* Park; also In first-<:lass .- rder. For:';furtlur, par Donll: son. 9declm MRS S. DeTHYEH.I .
WANTED.-Bright ,office boy who south: half of block Zii: frontIng *;OG; ticulars address P. O.. Box-'418. city. W.\NTED.-Boarders at 105 Easflii-I MISS BELLE WHITING will opcm a I MSJL 2fAMIEFREEMAN.. Secretary
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can write a Hand .on 14th Ft.: by 13713 Tees on Bay, private school on Tuesday January '.
\\ANTED-Hauling and transfer good and is not feet ISdcc. j jSternwhectboat I I tendencia street. Rates reasonable., CiThTI'No. 81, meets first and
work. Office phone 363; residence afraid to work. Address "Office Boy". View Park.. The onll"p.cpErty adjoining : 1 :2. at her residency,- 521 N. ,Spring.:
Mrs. Brooks. Sdeclm third Wednesday evening at 7:30
phOIitt 390. Acosta & White 2228 N..I care Journal. 22dec : Bay 'View"Park that Is now for : built !tpr service in |ITerms, $3.00 pr month. Sldeclw p.
Rafford No 10. West Intea-
beautiful view Mississippi .Sofflrtt and,Lake Ponfchar- m., Hall.
sale: :The down the FOR REST.-One large furnished
Tarragona St. 25znar.i WANTED.-A thoroughly competent bayou and down the,bay can.uover be train; 110 tons"net; ,length over':aI.; 1 room, ,ope block and a half from MISS IRMA HA1GHT. of New York dencia street
'j and expsritnced man to farm place obstructed. A. V. Cluobs. 30Jly 111 feet;; breadth If beam is 20 feet; postoffi, 41% E.'Zarragossa St. Apply City will take pupils in voice cul A. G. FELL. Pres.J. .

WAXTED.-Seoond hand corn oat.''about miles from. city. Address, WI .. -- .. -- depih of hold is 4.feet; bottom;. 3%"; upstairs. 3declm ture. For particulars address 901 N. 'L. SWEENEY. Sec. .
and cotton seed meal sacks. Out of
Journal office. ISdeclm FOR SALE Beautiful block; 1 in New decking 2"; .33" bulkheads fore and Palafox. 21decl3t W.Ow. -

F town s. Mellen shipments'& Co.!&!1cited. Write 20mar.us.I Any intelligent person"may earn a City. Tract No. 312. FOr cash $&1)0. aft; 2 boilers;' 2 Swayne ,engines; lOx NICE. .without,FURNISHED board. Terms rooms reasonable.with or MRS H. S. CHUNN wilt receive"pupils Live Oak Camp No.1. W.. '). Woo

',a good Income corresponding for Apply. to A. M. ltlcMUla:. Court Housa. 15 with patent cutoff; electric plant. Apply 200 W. Intendencia 17 dec3w in shorthand at her residence meets in Pytnian Hall 1st and 3rd

\\ANTED-The Mercnanti Transfer rewspapers; no canvassing; experljerce > :- laug This: is a good sternwheel boat of the 321 N Barcelona Terms $5.00 a Wednesdays in each month. Visiting '
Co. wants your moving and baul1n .: unnecessary' Send for parucu Mississippi river type;. speedy.sound FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for month. In advance. 9declm sovereigns cordially invited.F. .

All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thor.:Jars. Northern Press Syndicate NORMANS PILLS.-Just, received and comfortably',arranged for passen rent with or without board. No ---,-- -_ A. BOGHICH, C. C.
Len Prop. Phone 978. ISJunelaa.OOK .:I I-cckport N Y. 5nr v6mos. 55,600 Compound Cathartic. For gers. Price on application. Boat light housekeeping. Apply 310 West LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk. .
-- sale at The Alligator and West En4 could ba delivered at once. Reasonsfor Gregory 16declin* Pensacola St. Andrews and
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(' .-Experienced chef (colored) i i'i FOR REM T Saloons. lanovlm selling no employment for boat. FOR RENT.-Four furnished rooms

open for engagement to go: south I Apply New Orleans Naval Stores Co.,. centrally loca ed.' 1SE. Garden StIMeclm Gulf Steamship f Go LEGALADVERTISEMENT .
Jan 1. Florida preferred; references.1 I FOR SALE.-Good family horse, new 519 Magazine St., New'Orelans, La. .

Address by letter, J. C. B., 9 Gran,I FOR REVT--To;: April. 30, 1906, my buggy ,.and harness., Leslie' E. nov-11-12:!-14-. G-19.23-26, I I{, STEAMER TARPONW. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING: I
.1 furnished cottage on the Bay Shoreat Brooks. 9dec BAY /1TEL.-open night and day.
ulle pL Boston. 19d dm '--1- ---
Hlckcry,StaUou ,(dummy line). Gus also :hav two or three' furnished European. plan. Rooms light and C. BARROW,Master. The annual meeting of the stock.
KING & JIUAL contracting painters Eitzen. SOdeclvr JUST RECEIVED-Large shipment of rooms for rent with'or without board clean. Transient trade solicited. FIRST-CLAS PASSENGER AND holders of the First National Bank

acd decorators.<<: Fine varnishing FOUR NICELY! FURNISHED imported Olive Oil. Retail by pint. suitable for light housekeeping; very .575579 S. Palafox. Jas. S. Nlcolau. FREICHT bEKVICB will be held at the office of the_ Bankon
or un-
and larger quantity. Morasso desirable -B-etwu- Tuesday, January 9, 1906: at 13 ,
trishlng Sign panting! a specialty furnishei rooms; can also use for :gallon or neighborhood. Address Prop.
Residence phone 249. 29 a UK. light housekeeping.. Inquire at ;301) & Co. ship chandlers autf grocers, 701 "Stove," this office. ,3ldeclw FOR RENT--Furnished rooms in a PENSACOLA. MOBILE A PLAC HI- o'clock noon for the election of directors ;
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such business
and other
Palafox. COLA CARRABELLE ST. ANDREWS as may
South 4oct
WANTED.-All keepers ot poultry to West Chase street' or phone. 323. [FOR \LE-Barred Plymouth Rock desirable location, new house and MILLVlLLE. come before them- i r ,

feed wheat. It is the cheapest feed 27decI .-.' FOR SALE.-Only 4 young Boar pig Cockerels from prize winners, $1.00up. new furniture 212:! W. Gregory St. And all points on 'St Andrews Bay iidecoaw4w.

because it makes hens lay. F. S. 'OR RENTj-Elegant,two story storeroom s"ed! by Duke of Florida 68923 'out Larger?, well marked, good blood* 13declm Carrabe'le'! and Apalaihicola.
Mellen & Co.. Phone 334. in new Star Laundry building, of Orphan Lee of Baltimore. 5544, Also some good 'pulKts. Mrs. LizzieB. SCHEDULE Notice of application for permit to 11
and Whereas
: E Garden "street All guaranteed with registrations and Leave Pennacola Sunday 8:30 sell liquors, wines beer. -
Th; ; : Apply Walker in- Hughts, Chip'ey Fla. 31declm p.
new Montana Market. 7thavenue with
cor. Carl SettTlind MiscellaneousDRAYMAN'S Mobile. Ala J. L. Long has filed the Boan
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graham. gtar :Laundry. 22decFURNrSHEQ pedegrees. Chipley a for
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and Wright street, want Fla. 26nov FOR SALE-Four' fine French plats Leave Pensacola. Taesda>. 8:30: P- of County Commissioners for Escam-

your business. We handle native and pOTrAGEonBaySbore mirrors. Apply No. 11 N. Palafox ASSOCIATION.If m., for St. Andrews, MlllvUId, Apalacnlcola bia county Florida his application for
Western meats country produce but. on Dummy Line 'For particulars FOR SALE.-Improved farm 170 street 19nov. you :want: a good drayman ring, Carrabelle and 1nt' (oedia'. permit to sell liquors uinee and beef
ifr eggs vegetables etc. Martin & inquire J. R. Kellar. Phone: 59. acres on L. &: N. railroad. 16 miles' 933 Dra 1J1en's stand corner Palatoxand points. in election district No. 13 of said county -

:\bbott.. _Props ISdeclm'VNTED i I or P. O. Box J36.: ISdec north Pensacola between Cottage Hill FOR for SALE sale. .-Only Nice 5c, clean a bundle.newspapers Zarragobsa We will haul bag- For additional, Isfo-matlon: apply 1 1 and state; any citizen of seen election
They
A. R.: BINGHAM has storage room for and Cantonment! ; room house 2 large' gageand furniture at thesame rate, J. R, SAUNDERS district may show cause. If any
\ mike good wrapping paper '
.-AH kinds of electrical rent suitable for furniture or other barns 100 acres cleared,' 1500 bearing and are and ako any other hauling. We will E. R. COBB. PfMlflenL there be, at the meeting of the Board .
work I sell all kinds of electrical I I goods. 104 and 106 South TarragonaSt. : fruit trees. For cash or on time. Will:. just the! thing to putunder matting. haul any load that one man can han- Gen. Frt and Pass. .Aft' to be held on Tuesday, the 2nd day of -

tatieries anj other electrical supplies. Phone 830 SOnov exchange for city property. Apply C. AUT03>WBILES.-I am agent for the dle without any helpwithin one mils Pensacola. Fla. January next why such permit should

When you need m'o ring 345 or 935.R __ N. Levey, Cottage Hill. Fla. 10Il ,.' Pope Mfg. Co.and can sell you autos for thq' regular price.' We are reliable -- not be granted A. M. }McMillan
W [Peake new Star Laundry buildmg. -I I LOST > from 500.00 up. They cost less than" draymen and we are responsible. Clerk of the Board: of County Commis
E, Garden. '. FOR SALE.-One house and four lots '
15dec.
9th horses to keep up. They can be'run, We are .n the business and are herd Professional Directory : loner corner'
LaRua. also
on avenue
WAXTED.-\ n. Bingham wantsyour .LOST.;-Christmas night! hunting outsfit alt'household goods. Apply to Mrs: in sand or anywhere a hcrse can go" to stay. You tan'find, us from six to L.--G. Ajmartl D. C.: 12decoaw4w

moving and hauling. He guarantees rolld in black oil cloth containing W., E. Maxon, on premises./ *'9dec.Leslie!. E. Brooks. six. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
all breakage. Phone 630. I pair ret blankets; ducking boots. FOR SALE.-10 room house corner 21declm J. BELL, Mgr. PATTILLO CAMPB3LL j iThe regular annual stockholders'

WAXTED.-Everybody; to-take dinnerat pillow and gun; Supposed to have FOR SALE.-One billiard table 4 i lot, 3 blocks from Pa afox, lot 9Gx:' CUT ,fLOWKRS.-Patterson's Rose- Attomeyat'Law. meeting of the Pensacola Tar and

the Southern Hotel. 9dec. been dropp- from draT between my :x9; Ivory Balls, .cues .and cue Tack, 192 :on car line: For. particulars inquire mount Girdepf, of iMontgomery, has Turpentine Co. will be held at the offlee -
I residence and Palafox wharf. Return In good condition. Price $75.CO. Apply of Standard Clothing Co. 29jan placed an agenClln Pensacola, represented nOOn 405 Thleeen Building. of H. II foyer, Thlesen biuldins

l'OURT HOUSE DYEING, Pressing1and ". and r3c.e ue reward. J. Harris PierS to:Thos \Yatson! &, Co, 9de.Sternwnce ., SAt&-o;; Cbo'ce' ; by Miss Bertie Smith 616 N. on. Tuesday January 9, at 7 o'clock
Cleaning Club. 118 N. Palafox pont. Sldectf FOR block on top Barcelona, Orders promptly filled for T/ OS. p.m.
St". Mi '. T. J. Davis. Prop. Your pat..: \\atch"f6b""contaTnfng""initbls? boat; rebuilt fn',March,: of) foe ridge east 7th= of tile electric roses, carnations. and all kinds of other PEELEr, F. E. MARINER, Prcs.L .
railway, between and 8th LAW, REAL LOANS AND
streets. ESTATE.
ronage solicited; satisfaction guaran-I P. R. L. Reward, for: return: 408 Slcanlz. 1904 for service In' Lake. Pontchar- Nature has favored this section cut flowers. Phone 651. :'OdecI M. LEVY Sec.
and COLLECTIONSPALAFOX
fed Careful attention given ladies'earments. .\ Sldeclw*. the Mississippi! Sound thoroughly It 19decoa 3w.
train and
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b duplicated. ,
cannot & 1\ V. Clubbs.: I PlANe TUNING.-I'I want your work. AND ROMANA.
Phone 1:::. 3declm 1 with tor strong and solid; 144 tons net ; MASTER'S SALE..
LOST.-Gold stick pin, set ; FOR SALESeveralhad I know I can pleaso,>oiL, Will make PHONE 353.
W'*.VTED.-Position as bookkeeperor quoise, pearls -rubbles and sapphires length over all, 137 feet; breadth of. and horses all in of mules 'ol1i old piano sound as good as when By virtua ot a decree of foreclosure

assistant bookkeeper; or as trav-I ; lost, between 14 West Gadsden beam' is :6 feet; depth of bold is 4.6 Consumers Ice and Fuel good Co.condition.17dec new, Do,all )Mnd "repairing. New rendered by the Hon. Francis B. Car


'II' dry poods by a thoroughly conipeai -: to above address. _31dec2tLOST. 3 longitudinal bulkheads; 3 boilers, :l refinish the case. 'J, Conrad Scott, cambia county.. Florida. on the 19tl|

man of many years: successful I .-On Palafox street, DHwern51r I Teat ong. '3S inches diameter; 2 en- Board ana Rooms | 244 E. Gregory St. Use .telephone.. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. day of Dec::mber. A. D 1905 In the ,
xpcr.cnce in both hues. Frst-class j r '[:Bank apd Kress : e; rr, 35 Inches diameter, 6 -feet. 668. 2 rings. 3declm* case of E J. Elliott against! Robert -
:>t National stroke allowed steam presauio I2: Rooms, 202 and :34 Ttiesen Bid.
; ; "" I will Monday
Johnson.
references Francis on
at abroad. Add with initials I FURNISHED OOM&-Ffne
home and location.
,
store. a plain gold ,seal; .ring, fitted with donkey boiler REAL E3TATE In all parts of the PHONE 332.
'cs:* Salesman.! Journal office. M. Reward. for return to pounds; ; Splendid view of \bay. 414 Sooth thQ the 5th dar of February. A l>. 1906
W M. ; You buy ground and we
> Steam electric !headlight. city. -
capstan; _
l-
::lec3w ? :Ateaniz. Dec.29, I --' '- sell at public auction before tb-3 court
First Natioaal Bank build Tour home on long time
ply New Orleans Nava! Stores Co, 'will
\V1'V1'LOST.A t house doors in tho city of PenHicoIa; .
Hale
-.c == heart bhaped key ring wlt 519 Magazine St. New Or us, La. NICE payment D. : Wilson' fc Co. Escambia county. Florida between the "
R.
FURNISHED Dr.S.
.house key, and two I ROOM two blocks Mallory Kennedy
postoffico key. return Nov:1,1.1.1H6-19-3.G. from Palafox! St. 211 West, Government TAILORING. L.:: Piamond Tailor.Gents' .I legal hours of sale, the following Ascribed '
attahi.flY
flat kys Phone S99. Inquire 8 to 1%. clothing cleaned Ij D'Alembejte's Drug Store I r3al property, situate lying and:
t undtothL office and re-FOR S\LE OR REiT.-T'wo lighters ; pressed and: Office over !
If ; j '
same forenoon., beIng in 'lie city of Pensacola4 Ea-
C
21declm m.Phones
short Hours-S:30a.
celve'ard.. 31dcc oneklth capacity for- 75 thousand ft. repaired on notice No. 11% I Office. to p.
___ 109I i cambia county, F1orida to-wlt The;
St. Pensacola Fla.Idea 7t'and
Government
LOST=Lady's &oU:watch with fob lumber? the otjier) thirty thousandcaacity .FURNISHED ROOM, on East Hill Wes; 1 If f i East Half of Lo One Hundred and -

attached engraved on edge monogram Rates reasonable. Telephoneor with ,privilege ,of bath; convenientt Eight In Block No. Eighteen df,,thd'
3!. T. S. on faceR turn taE write J. A. Chaffin &; Co.!, Milton, c ,r lint; 'not too far to walk; prefer f SAILMAKER. plan cf Pensacola.: Escambia county,

H. SUnntr. corner Baylen: and Kla. 31d.ecn', tarty or parties who'are permanently J. IL PORTER, sallmaker, 716 South. C. YATES M D. Florida, and fronting on Government*

Strong. And locelve reward. 30decLoST.TuesQili" FOR SALE.-Seven hundred Acres located la the city Attatess: P. O.* Palafox.street*\ ,Orders taken for I street Toother! with tenements.Here

mornlnST: ,a ics'gOI( timbered and farming; Ian a' 12 miles Box 52. City Dec. 17. tents,.awnings, campstools and houses ditaments and appurtenances thereunto; t

ANCES. watcfc plain .case; between Saui* past of Milton 3 ,from railroad. floe PARK HOTEL.-Opposite Plaza.Rdothswith _ctc. Prices reasonable. 31an. belonging or in anywise appertaining.Deed .
[ IDmtgas. OPTICIAN
all1;.car! f'I n e .Suitable. raders..mIll .- stock farm conditions. For particulars -' without board. Short The RenUl Business Is our specialtyand at cost of the purchaser. PaVtillo
%( o' 1'omon 8' .Fu'orretull1 rnlwaru ; add3: G. IL Langley, Bagdad orders inol Tegular meals served in your: business':"will-.bate careful Campbell,, Special MaaUr.1 ,

*LLAJ ture Stor*. ,- 2declw. .Fla. "Uec1., ..cafeRooms; overlook bay.l6dee.. attentionD Hale.-'Wilson! 'ft Co. 412 2janoaww.


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MAIL ORDERS [: 'Y.M1C. A. lAST Old







: Few People Have Any Idea of iie( Treiriendn'is.' NOISILY,: ., 1 i"i 'S NIGHT.a' Quaker j'


", Mail Order Business We Do.

Steam Whistles, Church B'eUj and Which Was!, Largely! Attended and Ryeis


Every day express, mail or freight packages leaveour Fireworks Caused a, Perfect ; :Proved. dt:to,Be a Most Enjoyable .

store for some point, shipped out on mail orders. Din of Noise. Affair. delightfully stimulating-no after

People have come to know, that the "Old Reliable" can effect.
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serve them at all times, with the goods they want. The Ushering in the new year and out PT. The: members reception at tho Y.SI. .
in cleanliness and
largest and most reliable mail order house for the old was the orater' in"Pensacola.at C. A.' List:evening was a most Fermented perfect
Clothing, hall
midnight Sunday and the.noise pro- pleasant affair. The reception
Shoes and Furnishings, in Florida. All orders are duced was almost deafening for' a I wag beautifully" decorated and made a temperature-redistilled' in copper-,
time. Powerful steam whistles of vessels IT pretty and lively scene and the members
promptly filled-usually same day received. in the bay church bells a.nno"'lc'ackers and their! friends seemed- In ac- ripened for years in charred oak.
and fireworks of alj descrlP-j ocrd with the spirit of thoccasion.! .
a tions caused a dm,that could, The program was an Informal one You won't be disappointed if
for miles It continued for over nf I and all] the more pleasant for that ._Sh you
THE JOHN WHITE teen minutes and there were but few I fact. After the music the guests as (insist it.
STORE on having
r persons who were not awakened by I sembled i In the visitors galleryof the '_ _
,, the deafening noise.' I fcymnasmro-' witness a cemonstra- i Phone 16. Lewis Bear & Co.,
Specialists in Men's Wear. Many persons remained'up Sunday I tion of the character of work In tie 404-408 Palafax St. and 2-10 Main St., 6 _
night! to watch the old"year depart regular gymnasium classes after Pensacola Fla. _
PHONE 225 205-207 ,S. PALAfOX and the new one enter. :Several' private TURPENTINE" STI L$ j which Mr, 'Magee. the association's
I parties were gjvea. by youas ._ physical director gave a fine exhibition -
people' who' were anxious: welcome of club swinging.
the new )year and also to hear the McMillan 'Bros. Co The cafe was a popular placs untila
-- -- -- I noise always produced in Pensacola late hour'And in fact until all the

1 E.: B. ACOSTA Prompt delivery to any part of the I upon such occasions. "" Manufacturers, 1 & CO
city.: It was shortly before 12 o'clock MOBILE, ALABAMA.SHIPPINGNES. i charming young women who served -' '
when the' sound of the many church them :were gone. De Rtiyter ( Holland ) .GinjAUSLEY
WhOlesale mini Retail beaten. I.. Office and Yard-2 to 28 N. Tarra. bells could be first heard. ,A moment All young: ,man who are interestedIn -
gona St., Pensacola Fla. Phone 363., afterwards dozens of powerful whistles the Y.. M.\ :C. A. night .school are -,- -- -FrI
on vessels in the harbor added requested to be at the association
COAL WOOD AND ICE j their part to the celebration, and amid buildinrg to-night 730. There will -- -----
this coula) be heard''gian fire crackers be classes in mechanical drawing and .
i 'I while the sky was Illuminated in mathematics and also in any study

with fireworks. This continued until for which. ,. as,'many. as ,,twelve.. .may. .
,PENSACOLA DUORTBARRANCASBREAK after 12 o'clock, when, the noise VESSELS IN PORT.CUtmshlp apply.: I COMPANY i!

ceased, and everyone realized. that a .
I new year had begun and resolutions ; The Original. ,
Antiqua Br ss 'Witten 1875, Vera .
in order.
were Foley &, Co. Chicago.. originatsd
Cruz
to
EVEN master.: Honey 'and Tar as a"throat and lung : COMMISSION BROKERS !
August Belmont Br as Savannah
:, ; 2967 -
,
An agreeable movement of the bowels remedy, eel on account of the great .
to Gulf Transit Company.
without any unpleasant effect is merit'and popularity of Foley's Honey
I Cayo Bonto Br V/idfcery: 2213, i
In produce 1,1' Chamberlain's Stomach London to Gulf Transit ss. Co. and Tar many imitations are offered ii' WEst INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, ELM. |
the Football Game That Was Played Palmetto Beach Yesterday and Liver Tablets. For sale by all : for the genuine. -These worthless Imitations 5
: C" tburn, Br ss. Morse 1225 Huel-.-

:: Afternoon, the Score Being 0 to 0 at End of the druggists. .. xmoor Gulf, rransit Br ss. Company'Stonehouse,, 2293 Beware of have them.similar The sounding genuine Foley's names. I Private Wires N. Y., N. 0,. and Chicago.: ii I II
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Lorrmio, Dow and'Bnrv. Bahla Blanca to order. Honey and Tar is in yellow pack.
? Hard Fought Contest. When the timid colonial clergymenwere Gamma Dutch ss, Teensama, 133:;, age. Ask,for it aIrI refuse any substi

afraid' to criticise Aaron Burr's' West Hartlepool to order. tute. W. A. lyAlemberte, druggistand I COTTON,STOCKS, GRAIN,PR VISIONS and BONDS I

I ing. pensacoia's ball which she was treason they asked Lorenzo Dow what Good Hope Br ss,' Harding 2308, apothecary.
EXTRAORDINARY LARGE CROWD he thought of Burr's meanness. He Cardiff to Gulf Transit Company.
WAS PRESENT AND I forced to ;.kick. Pensacola kicked raised both hands like a 'great'V and Heinfeld Ger ss, Sanders 1573, ..plalPlo.l | Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. j
WITNESSEDTHE but the ball was brought back to Mc- shouted: "Aaron Burr mean! Why, I : Hamburg to Fr. Julius Schreyer.Ida "I regret to, say" remarked the young

WELL PLAYED GAME, PEN. Gaughy who was tackled by Brouga- could take the little end of nothing Span SS, Arano, 2160. Liverpool physician "thatyou. have peristaltic | Reference: First National and Peoples Banks. Phone 1173 i I
ton only 12 yards from tha Barrancas whittled down to a point punch out to Gulf Transit Co. nenrilemina. The symptoms are unmistakable -
SACOLA'S WORK BEING A COM- goal.. Barrancas th.->n began to push the pith of a hair- and put in 40,000 Marie Ger ss, Schoeder. 891 West ," ;................ .......&....................,.......:.
Pcusacola by mass plays going 5 Hartlepool to Pensacola Lumber Com "Dear me!" exclaimed the astonished .
PLETE SURPRISE such traitor souls as hIs shake 'em -
OWING TO up.
yards at almost pany. .
every attemptPensacola < patient. "What in the'"World is peristaltic
and they'd rattle.? ; Nyassa. Br sspjaker; 1786,. Vera -
LACK OF PRACTICE. got ball again but kicked neurilemma. doctor?
from Barrancas 45 yard line. Bar. ,Cruz..' to F. O. How 4 &:_Company.Provlncla "It is'aisthe diseaserom which you [The Dangers of Fire
Aa
Ardent Lover ,
French ss, Courtode.,
rancas carried ball back about same are Buffering," answered the'young M.
"And you went straight to her father 2245. Marseilles to Gulf Transit Co.
distance and was ta>n stopped by D. News. Are With
Pensacola and Fort Barrancas broke I Fisher with one of the prettiest tackles and demanded his daugbt r's band?" Quarrydene. Br tis: Robinson 1822, ghtny.-Chlcago Always Us.

even In the football game at Palmetto ever seen on the gridiron at Palmetto "1 went straight: enough but I-well, Buenos Queen Aires Christina to Galf, Transit Co' Natural. Enough.Jolkley .. Another disastrous fire has visited: ,our city.
I,I'll admit that I didn't out ,Jdrss: Brake. 2804
Beach yesterday neither team being Bach. ,Barrancas fullback went carry my Hamburg to order. -I:once beard a man say that
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able to score during the game. The around enl for 10 jards, Broughton original purposA. SMps.! be 7 would 'athefbe ei-convlct: ( tha Is Your Property Protected ?
contest was well worth, witnessing being knocked ou( jfr! the scuffle "Scared'" ,/, Avon rial ebip! Ajytgno, 1601 Genoato anything else he could think of. Folkley -
; and a crowd numbering nearly four Pensacola's ball'; on Barrancas's "Scared! No sir! But we got to Rosasco Bros. -The!Idea!: Ho eccentrlcj l JolkleyNot 'Better get more fire insurance to Jay. We represent the

3 hundred was present. fumble about center field. Pensacola talking stocks and I:forgot all about Ruby Nor shi;..Erikson. 1333 London at all. The'man was In the peni-!- best companies in the world.
I The fist kick- tr was made by Bar. kicked to Barrancas's 10 yard line. It."Cleveland Plain Dealer. f* to Southern States, Lumber Co. tentiary at the time.-Philadelphia
rancas. D'Alemberte caught the ball, brought back 15 yards and tackled by B ntJ. Ledger. ** Insurance: KflftU/IP RfftQ: Gen'l Agts

brought it back 5 yards and was down. Fisher Unger of Barrancas doing find He Goea.Out, Armenia, Ncr blC. Nlelson. 1168. Fire, Life. IIU V'W ILl Pensacola
ed with neck-breaking fierceness. running. "That's a pretty swell smoking Jacket Reasonable Request.
Treen to McKenzie Oertjng & Co.
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Pensacola's ball, but she was forcedto Barrancas lost ball again and Pen you've got on." said the caller. Bauffshire Itar::1>t "Marchese. 88S. Lawyer-Tour honor 'I want an Interpreter -'-'. _, ---w.---- -
kick ball being 'downed on Barran.cas's sacola kicked ball being to "Smoking Jacket -- -- --- ---- --- ,
brought replied Henpeck. Genoa,to master. for',my client Judge-"What -------- --
25 yard line. Barrancas played Barrancas's 10 yard line where it remained Why. this Is my house coai.: Edna M. Smith,. Br bk Rice 736: language does he speak? Lawyer- NNss:. ::'m.
mass plays but lost the ball to Pensa. until the whistle blew. "Well that's the same thing" Leith to order. I He's a railroad brakeman.-St. Louis e Ne OOL&
cola who took It to Barrancas's flf Time 20 minutes; Barrancas. 0, P!a- "Well, I guess It isn't the same thing: Numberg, Nor bk.; BIrkson. 1107 Tost Dispat h. '
teen yard line. Seven minutes play. sacola 0.Welles. not In this house. Who I want to Chiistiansand to A:",Zelius. Iron Works, and Supply Co.
Ing, Pensaccla gaining mostly by kick. : Paolino Ital bk, Lairaqua 1286.
kicked off for Pensacola; smoke I have to put on my. overcoat.-- Hi.The'Count Treasure.
ball caught on Barrancas's 10 yard A) Rotterdam to Rosasco Bros. Manufacturers and Repairers of
Press.
Philadelphia, / (who has had a little tfff
line brought back a few yards and Providenza Ital" bk," Olcese 1185, with his fiancee, the heiress)-But. my MACHINERY AND BOILERS
Morris downed by Fisher Barrancas gained Genoa to master. treasureThe Heiress-Your treasure FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
Dannheisser Pruno Ital ok Gibelll.. 121. Art
: fast by mass plays. the Individual
A GENTLEMAN'S TASTE IS BEST werp to order.. Tour investment. you mean .STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY I
work of fullbackVliliams
(Formerly Dannheisser Bros.) meriting'applause, McGaughyand SUITED WITH A PURE OLD RYE AND BOUR. was freely linger given.Barrancas which 604, Rio Janerlo to, H. Baars &: Co. Ullhooked.'Lady for James McKay &; Co.'a celebrated Log and Timber Dogs also *
of all .
BON. FINE WINES BEER f Schooners. (hiring cook)-Are you unattached Chain descriptions.Office
:AND TOBACCO. gained 5 yards on right CERTIFIED CHECK D H., Rivers Am sch Peck 963, at present? \ppJleant-OJ! think Phone ,123. PHil. WITTMAN Mgr. :j
end play. Fibber tackled R# ldenc Phone 1029. P- O. Box
Fast playIng ? 123.
Guantanamo to order.Chamberlain's 'I 01 am. Ol dressed,in a hurry mum.- ft
OLD HICKORY followed and Barrancas lost 13 5c CIGAR. w, Puck *SXSS3XXtlX&X&: :. :s:: :: :: ,:
yards on attempted end runs. Playing ..--- ----- ,--.
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was then equal. Pensaco'a! holding and All the qualities of flavor;aroma Cough Remedy the
WHISKEY taking the tall by Barrancas forced ,color and goon1 material Is Best Made. .+...+.+ +,+ + '+++ ..+..*....+ .*...........++.++.+..:
play on Pensacola's 10 yard line. embodied in It. 'In my opic'on! Caamberlain's Cough KING RUNYAN
,, MY SPECIALTY. Palmes in the Ipngest end'run of the Remedy la the best.made for colds7says ,

PENSCAOLA.)2 W., Zarragossa Street.FLORIDA.How .' for game Pensacola gained about by H.15 yards H Quina; fiV,3: more Bar A. Greenhut'&Co.: California.Mrs. Cora There Walker h 'no of doubt Porteryjlle about Agents for the The Brilliantly Illuminated Window 1

rancas penalized S yards; 15 yards DISTRIBUTORS, Its being the'best.; No othir will curea Wolverine Marine Engine .
cold so quickly..No! other
lIB_ more galn"!d by Pensacola in straight PENSACOLA. LORIDA.t005 preventive" of is so surea Is an invitation the purchaser seldom declines.: *
pneumonia. No otherIs 'Also '
line Pensacola
smasning. lost ball to
..... so p'eisant: and'saf to take. Thes-j
Barrancas on Barrancas's 40 yard line
Barrancas kicked and Blount made H are good reasons.why it should be.pre The Racycle I| Welsbacti Outside Gas Arc Lights i!
touc;' back. Ball kicked by Pensacola ferred to any other, Tua fact is that

EasyIt from 23 :yard line.. From her own .10 few pcopb are satisfiel- with any other We carry a Full Line oft f %

yard line Barrancas brought ball to after having once used, this remedy. : : Ught/up 'the windows and toro front as no other light %
For sale by all druggists.
Pensacola's 40 yard line in heavy line General (Sporting Goods :
1\ no one thing attracts the attention so much aes a bril- .
work. The ball was held about the : Ilnt light Gas for lighting is .
J
is to BuildBusiness ed.sam.3 Tima'of place until second the second half 15 half minutes.end Safes, Safes! Safes! 60e S. Palafox St.

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Score, Pensacola 0. Barrancas 0. ,\\ Buy Diebold Safes! ; Safest Cheapest, Best. \

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I Grandstand pays were mostly seen \ ( .
by Pensaco'a's eleven on account of Scarritt Moreno

I I minute no tam line-up.practice The except odds were a easily thirty '" ".ihI l Agent. .| Pe Sll.CQ'Gas, Company \.:


i I but against the individual Pensacola work before'of the the players game The | Phone 148. 24 and 27E. Garden Street. t

That Is when :you hare counterbalanced the lack of team .................... .
truth REMOVAUVOTICE <> .*. ++...... + .. as a foundation on I practice. The features of the game

which to build and the were the runs of Palmes for _'P nsa- .'NewIdeaHOSIERY. ... '_...::: ----- -,------ --== -- '
right material to build cola and McGaughy for Barrancas: -
J' E. W. PEAK IS NOW LOCATED IN .
:with. We don't wonder Unger for'Barrancas'fclso did duo playing in THE NEW STAR LAUNDRY BUILD' .
that the values we offer I' while th..? tackling of Fisher was ING. E. GARDEN STREET RING TERSELY TOLD *
excite surprise among ; easily decarfd"the! best ever seen on : PHONE 345 WHEN YOU NEED BUSINESS LOCALS. 4LULL QT/ (
those who havn't our ,i i the field at the beach. Broughton for ELECTRICAL SUPPUES OR ELECTRICAL S
,. everyday acquaintance of Pensacola and Williams for Barrancas I WORK. lS our store and methods. should 'also'bj3 mentioned as doing ex -- PRJPAID _
H OurMSN'S cellnt work. The trick plays of Bar- Long Wear..!J;, PIANO AND ORGANS. Oertlng ft; Co, wholesale ,
rancas were a credit. to Williams, the No Tear J 'Cash or easy terms. All piano tun- and retail ship chandlers and grocers .
SUITS captain 'of the team., On the part of ing' and repair work guaranteed. IN the only first-ciasi boas of the kind
: Pensacola '0,9 game was not a teamI Four |IYThat's '.# CLUTTER'&; RUSHING, In Pensaco Fair ).'ceft to all L ;;
$7.50. $9.00. $10.00, $12.50 I I game but a game by a collection of 12,E. Government. Phone :478. '
and up to $1800 { good players. Both teams did excellent :Why. C.V. THOMPSON hag Just opened afresh 1QTS
make one line that will playing though: on different lines. t Okoloosa and Pensacola ChaptersAmerican 11 1 \IAWHOLESOME line of beautiful box papers, ,
eurprlse you.: They are j The weather was ideal for football Guild. i suitable for Christmas presents Also ooo $ASOIs
lots better than )'ou'd expect and the attendance about 350, Members cf both'chapters are here crepe '' Passepartout
was For Men and Boys _L. L lAND( PLEASANT papers. picture ;
Anyway It will i the crowd being handled by a special by' notified that a Joint meeting will : binding purees, Christmas cards etc.
I pay you to see them.; train. be held Wednesday night' January 3, ( 19dec. -
I 3 at 7:30 o'clock at Mr. E. E. Brawn?rs'l DRINK f' _- I 7J(4
for :
I BOYS' SUITS 50 cents store. All members:specially! request. REMOVAL NOTICE ;,
Stomach Troubles and Constipation., .
[ ed'to attend as business will be :
discussed :
well
: Sickor: JEWELRY S'rOR&-On and after Jan.uary .
20 ocr cent off. r "Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver that Is important to 'yoo I :
Tablets thp best thing for stomach Sole Agents HENRY irwilitelI.: 1 my Jewelry store will be locate '
are '- 'HORSLER. Pres. r ; at 112 South Palafox at the place.

H. 0. ANSON sold troubles"' says and J,constipation H Cullman.: I a have druggist ever M. c. o. F.31de E.3t.BLiWNERSC., ,. v,; ; ,AT ALL SALOONS formerly M. Andersen.occupied' by Bass ft Idec2w Co. E...II -' ..

of Pottsrvf'Ie! Mich They are easy : "AND DRUG STORES
to'take anl always give satisfaction. NOTICE.Geo. .- .
CASH CLOTHIER Just Opined.Lewis's .
i I tell my customers to try them and If Bell and;Alex Bell have- sold '
CLOTHING STORE FUSSIWEILIcO.O"C.ntrolIers Saloon northeast corner W. CHAS. BLUM &CO,
[not satisfactory to come back and get cut their interesta in the Warflelof
Palafox and Main Belmont N. Coyle.; Dealer In
1, Comer i l their 'money, but have never had a Grocery; Co,__and;are. no longer ClOD $_ for U.S.A. Wines?.*..Liquors and and Cigars. .. Out Pine of.I 517 AND 519 WZST BAY ST, 1
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I .complaint"! tFor sale by all druggizts.juIiiiIiIii&i Phone 1155. S hIAt'ox. ikectdwlthlt. ; ; "
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