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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 3, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. IX. NO. 2. I PENSACOLA. : ,FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY. MORNING, JANUARY 3", 1906. I ,ta o PRICE 5 CENTS. !
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CASUALTIES WILL McCALL PAID BACK CASH AWFUL TRAGEDY IN.T

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Impossible to Ascertain l Exact .* Woman
Killed
Young
*; WHALING FLEET ?F HEAVY SNOW STORM ?3 by Rejected }

Number of Dead and Woundedin I I*y.'t' IS'IN .NO' DANGER COURlMARTIAt U $23 5, ;-Turned ,Over to New REVOLUTION INREPUBLIC. ** CAUSES-SUFFERING ** Lover; Mother and Sister

City of Moscow. : & By Associated l Press # York Life Insurance Co, by y & By Associated Press &
l'*; San Francisco, Jan. %.-Captain Albuquerque N. M., Jan. 2. ':; Fatally Injured.MURDERER .
i i 1* Mogg, the companion of Its President: After twelve hours of steady Sf

i* the celebrated Norwegian explorer AT Of snow fall one of the heaviest #
CHILDREN KILLED I* Raold Amundsen on THE NAVAL & snows for manYyears now covffc
his 700 mile journey across the ?It ers 'the whole of New Mexico. DYING

,* Arctic ice. fields,*arrived in this Believed McCalls, Resignation r Will, 7lThe depth of the snow varies &
city yesterday from, the North 1 --' from several Inches on theo r

Captain Mogg brought down Be Presented Ta-day., ECUADORInsurgents :Mesas and in the RIo Grande :
that the Innocent ACADEMY ,
Returns Show four hundred letters from the valley to as much as five and & Assassin Found With Head on
crews"f' whaling fleet nowft & six feet In the mountains.'Conditions :;

Suffered Heaviest. imprisoned in the Arctic. The #.1 ALLEGED THAT McCALL IS A are unprecedented. & Breast of Dead Girl.
& ships n3 says, are In no dan ie- snow in the canon iy four feet &
gpr and are well provisioned I COMPARATIVELY c' POOR, MAN set deep. The zero weather Is &
DETACHMENT OF DRAGOONS ATTACKED ?. to carry them through the seR Evidence of Midshipmen Tends to Capture Town and causing much' suffering among # YOUNG DENTAL STUDENT RENDERED .
*; vere winter. i AND WILL BE COMPELLED TO natives and Indians. &

; BY ,WORKMEN AT I". ... Exonerate Decatur on Chargeof SEEK AID TO PAYS !UP-COMPANIES Strong Force is- Sent DESPERATE BY REFUSAL -
I 3a dfflw 1- H 1I

RIGA, ELEVEN KILLED AND,j 1 1I I Hazing. -AGREE TO' ABOLISH REBATES Against Them. OF YOUNG WOMAN TO MAR-

FOURTEEN WOUNDED-EIGHT **Jm RY HIM BREAKS INTO HOME OF'.

WORKMEN KILLED-PEASANTS GOEBElS SlAYER By Associated s Press. '* By Associated Press. COMMISSIONERSIN GIRL, SLAUGHTERS RUTHLESS.LY .

ARRANGE TO DIVIDE ESTATE.By I Annapolis, Uan> %.Whether or not By Associated -Press., Guayaquil, Jan. %.Ecuador revolu- AND SUICIDES.By .
I the sound of standing on ones head, New Yorki Jan %.-JohnA. McCall tionists under CoL :reran have cap-

as produced at the Naval Academy; president of ,'the 'New ,York Life In- tured Rlobamba. A strong division

Associated Press. I MUST PAYTHE E can be recognized by- a person in'au surance the company Company which today*" }paid sef jj advanced$%35,000to under Secretary of War Larrea has SPECIAL Associated Press .

nosedw. Jan. 2.-It Is Impossible to I adjoining room, proved to be a disputed to Andrew H8; 'Jlton and is so far left Quito to Attack the revolutionists. Caledonia Minn.. Jan. 2.Matthew i
4 point in. the evidence which not accounted .for by him. McCall Another division left to-day. The 'cityis Styer, 231 years old dental student

ascertain the total losses resulting;i council ,for defense submitted at' the sent his' -check for eighty-five thousand quiet at the University of Minnesota rendered '
from tha tea days revolt as many of dollars and a note for one huh-
morning session of the Decatur court desperate:: by tne refusal of
the dead and wounded have'not been PENALTY cred and fifty thousand dollars Mc TROOPS AND POLICE. SESSION
martial. 'A number of midshipmen Call some time since promised to pay Pearl Wheaten to marry him, broke
reported at hospitals, public or private JOIN REVOLUTIONISTS
testified that they were in Decatur'sroom this money unless. Hamilton,:who was Into herhome last night and shot and
and some of the bodies were incinerated. -
the day McCreary said Decaturhazed.fiimand formerly legislative agent 'for the big killed the young woman and. fatally
But a personal tour of the companies,-,.made. good. When the ,Washington, Jan. 2.Ajfter a long I shot her sister Ruth her mother
and
hospitals shows there were 543 killed U. S. Supreme Court Affirms Decision no fourth classmen that there.they hid Efforts seen letter check from and note McCall Tvere a received m2etinof: with the a rest in Ecuador the Malcontents have Extended Time to Receive Bids, himself. ,

and 1.055 wounded., One hundred and manifested themselves. The Department
were made on all cross examinations trustees was called for tomorrow.It When Styer broke into the house
seventy-four injured .taken to the hospitals -i in :Howard( Case-Ex' to show that the midshipmen wero Is understood JUcCa-li's resignation hers learns that trouble has for Steel Bridge Over Perdido he was met by Ruth Wheaton wh<
have since 'died.! Th, troopslost will be presented to the trustees to- broken out at Riobamba. Troops and
not there the whole time Decatur was was arued with a revolver.
nine killed and the police ten kill I pects Executive Clemency.By morrow. It is not yet known who police are reported/ to )have joined the River-Wiil Not Lease Scyei
i and also that the victim might be will be asked to assume tie manage- wrested the weapon from her, shooting
the killed and wounded revolutionists- Telegraphic communication -
ed. Among
doing his stunts in a closet'and that ment of the company In McCall's Convicts. her twice In the breast. He then
were a number of children. The re- AssoeIatedaPress. witnesses coulee) not have seen .it. All place.. Friends ,said'.to-day that Mc- between! Guayaquil and Quitois turned on Mrs. Wbeaton, shooting ,4

tarns genially show that innocentpersons Washington, Jan. %.-The. Supreme the midshipmen were confident they Call was comparatively' -a door man somewhat interrupted. her In the throat and arm. _
and probably would be'>compelled to
suffered the heaviest_ The incidents had The Board of County Commissioners Styer then ran the to the
Court of the United States to-day affirmed would have seen the seek the aid of his wife and friendis to up steps
final figures of casualties will closelyipproach the decision of the' 'Kentucky they taken place. There was a noticeable rutet ths note. ./ 'sCOMPANIES'AOREE'TO :.- SECT'Y. OF, STATE met Chairman Avery presiding and Com
twenty-five hundred. increase in attendance afr the
Court'of he shot the girl through the heart
Appeals in the case of Jas. to-day. missioners Sennott, Andrews, Wig- and
.j trjal
DRACOONS ATTACKEDBY Howard vs State of Kentucky. ,ABOLISH REBATING' DEFIES ,GOVERNOR gins and Stewart present. The meeting then shot himself When help arrived

Howard was tried 'three times In the was for the purpose of passing ) Styer was found with his head on :.

_ARMED____ WORKMEN.I Cirfcuit Courrbf Franklin County,'Ky., SERIOUS: FIRE: New York, Jan, 2.-An agreement upon petitions, for liquor license. the girl's breast, shs; dead and ho
s to abolish rebating has Press. The.first matter to come up was,the i ,
dfr on the,charge .of jmuro'erlng Qov. William on premiums By Associated tarely; living.JUDGEPAYNTER
RIrm, Russia, Jan. 2.While a t
bids for the steel bridgeJover Perdido
been entered into by the New, York,
JanuarY INiCtELELAND, a
] Goebel on 13. 1900 and IndianapolisrJ nal--Fyllowing which is to be built by
tachment of dragoons...was ,engaged in ; f Tifa Insurance -the''Eqfctable Life, river partly '
-w convicted each. JusticeMc brief consultation in the governorsoffice county'commissioners.
groomIng thsir!! horses here this morning time. Assurance Society 'and the' Mutual the Baldwin It
Kenna .express3d the pplnfon{ that Life Insurance Co. The announce- today between Governor Hanley, was decided to extend the time for receiving '
( attacked three hundred
they were by plaintiff was not denied ny' rights secured By Associated Pr=ss. ment was, wade today that Grover Secretary of Stat Daniel 'E. Storms, bids until January ''10th, and
workmen armed with revolversand to him under the' fourteenth Cleveland. Ohio, Jao.Fire early Cleveland had beeu'appointe!! referee and the latter's attorney. )Ir.. Storms the clerk was Instructed to notify the FOR U. S.; SENATE
swords, with the result that eleven to-day pra. t1callT stroyed the :Bradley -. to decide all questions in dispute I I bidders:
dragoons were killed and fourteen amendment to the constitution of the building, adjoining the Cleveland that' may rise In such ,matters, and made his first public statement since., The application of J..L. Long to sell -

'wounded. The soldiers rallied and United States.EXPECTS .. 'Theatre, on St. Olair avenue northwest that his salary as such ..refereewould the demand': made 'upgn him! by the: liquors' was granted. The applica Associated Press. L'By '
'I The theatre caught fire'several bs ,$12.000 a, year, to be paid 'jointly governor for his, nslgl1aUon., Mr'1 tlons of Ltnox Guardina and Jas.
opened) fire! on their assailants killing Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 2 Judge Thomas i
PRESIDENTTO times but was not seriously damaged. by the three companies. Mr. Cleve- Storms marjly said b.ehad refused to Jadrievic were ordered published the
eight of them. Troops were then summoned The loss will approximate $50.000. % land has accepted 'with the underrtanalng said I' required number of times before being I H. Payntr: was nominated for the 4 ,
TAKE SOME ACTION Governor Hanley :
and surrounded the rebels. Lieutenant Edward W. Sewer of En that the officers of the three resign. acted upon. I United States senate from Kentuckyto a
glue Company No. 27, 'formerly a 'companies are to second: him in his "Mr. Storms has. refused to resignhis 1
-- The application of D. W. NIms &;
succeed J. C. S. in the
PEASANTS ARRANGE Louisville, Uan. 2.-Jas. Howard, widely known baseball player in the efforts to .stop rebating. Any agent office. He still owes the state Son was ordered published again. Blackburn
who has been in jail here feel through rebates will be dismissed I. joint 'caucus of democrats tonight. ,
TO DIVIDE ESTATE -several National League an open who gives certain moneys." The board then took up the ques-
shaft from the thrd; floor of from the service and will not be employed Nomination is equivalent to electionas I
I elevator
months received the .news -of the Today is said to be the limit of time I tion of granting to Warren E. Anderson -
the Bradley building during the fire by any of the companies.: It is the democrats control both houses '
I J. Emmet Wolfe, W. J. Berry and
Perim European Russia Jan. 2.- United States Supreme .Court's de- and was seriously Injured. It is said. that If rebating Is entirely abolished allowed Mr. Storms by the governor to others a franchise to construct an electric of the legislature.
Peasants on the immense estates of cision calmly but ;expressed confidence thought however, that he will re- first year premiums can be re resign before 'taking legal action car line from the city limits to i
.
Count Streganoff met yesterday and that som action would be I cover. duced.. through the attorney general. Brent station alontj the Brent road. I I

coolly arranged to divide the major taken in his favor He expresses the The intention of the, company Is to OLD OFFICIALS

portion of the lands: among themselves cpinion that President Roosevelt connect with the city line on North
They sent a formal notifica- could now act on the matter, since !t Hill and run out to Brent, transportIng I UNDER ARRESTBy
had been before the Supreme Court. passengers who are employed in
tion to the count of the portion they Ho said he believed 'the president .... .. the factories in that section. The
scull allow him to retain. would interfere in his behalf after company 'guaranteed to make a thirty
learning the true state of affairs. He minute schedule and also to connect Associated Press.

denied that he killed Goebel .--< with the Louisville and Nashville Baltimore, Jan. %.-The grand jury
BIG FIRE, AT tracks at Brent and haul all road building which has been investigating the affairs
material of the county over its of the Maryland Trust Co. under
TRACK MAN
APALACHICOLASTARTED RACE line free of charge. It further agreedto the old regime today returned a presentment ,!
have :;he line completed and in against three former officials. 'k
i KILLED BY TRAIN operation within eighteen' months. I One of them. Henry J. nowd n. 'r
After considerable dIscussion. the who was vice president and in active j,
IN WAREHOUSE OF A. & franchise, was granted. !1 I charge at the time of the suspension ,
The question of leasing the county was arrested on a capas from the crim-
N, R, R. AND DESTROYED TWO By Associated Frew., convicts was then brought up. Mr inal court and released under a boni
New Orleans, Jan 2.-:-A; construction MoLin agiin appeared before the of ten thousand! dollars. The other
,
BLOCKS: train on Canal street earjy: todayran board. and a discussion of some length two has not been arrested, and their
over and terribjy mangled Owen ensued as to the saving that could be names are withheld.
Jamison known throughout the country made by l leasing the convicts and employing i!
Special to The Journal. as an expert sheet writer on race free labor. ,Chairman Avery
which tracks and in pool rooms.; ..JamispnVi&s and Commissioner Sennott favored TNE NEW BRiriSH
Apalachicola
Jan. :2.!-Fire ,
on his way home and was tryingto leasing the convicts, taking the positIon .
started In tie warehouse\ of the Apalachicola Canal r
cross the neutral ground of that Jt would not only prevent ,
Northern Railroad today COal.pltely VICECONSULIIEREIJAS.
buildings street when: the accidtent happened crim'e. but would be a great saving to::
destroyed two blocks of well-to-do
Jamison atone time was DNCK. r the county snd furthermore 'better ani :
The postoffice building was considerably but, been I
has
and lived like:prince. I
more work could be secured by hiring;
hard work.scorched A detailed but!I was statement saved by of down In his liick.in recent years. He w.E tree labor. j A. DONNELLY, OF NEW OR- .

the loss ant insurance is unobtainable section The other three members however,
ARRIVES
LEANS TO TAKE
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opposed the plan, and a motion to continue
It
the present time. the days'of,steamboat- i
clerk in palmy
as at present was put and carried
CHARGE OF THE
OFFICE.
became prominently khas.
Ing and ,later' by a vote of three to,two.
identified 'with ,the city's cotton presses _
MAY
REJUVENATETHE lie leaves a widow

YOUNG: GUILTY l A. Donnelly, of New Orleans;
Z'r
DEMOCRATS .who has- been appointed by the Briti -
PEACE REIGNS OF i Ji government to the position of vice
h NEGLIGENCEI'consul) for the port of Pensacola to

IN BREAJHITT CO.BVsocated I succeed Frederick Bona, deceased
By Associated Press. r f I I arrived in the city last night and is

New York Jan. 2.-The Pennsyl- By Associated Press. registered: at the Escambia. ,Mr. Dourcily -
nla democrats applauded the efforts J ) Washington (Jan Qjcretary Bonaparte is accompanied by his wife and
Press. 1
(
M Mayor McClellan of New York, has acted on the proceedingsof the Utter's sister.
lays a Pittsburg dispatch publish Jackson, Ky. Jan. 2.Brathitt the court martial in the case of The new vice consul has for sometime -
-fie to-day it Is said that Colonel;;county's recent political troubles are Commander Young of the Bennirtston, held a similar position at New
J, M. Guffy member of the democr3t.e at an end. Judge S. S. Taulbee, lately who was tries on charges connectedwith I Orleans, at which port there is botha
Rational!! committee has advised hid eleci"d county Judge, whose office th3 fatal explosion! on that res' consul and a .vice consuL He will
Bends that the action' of Mayor Mo was contested by former County set\ at San ,Diego last summer. The assume his duties in Pensacola at
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ulan! has put him In tine for the Judge James Har:!.. the reputed court found Commander"Young guiltyof once. ;
dSII'rauc in deader of the Feudista. camenight attorneys part of the specifications, alleging I
candidacy for Present to _
lava. and friends negligence of duty'and sentenced hlmi I HOOTON & WATSON MADE
Hart< ana? Taulbee receive letter of reprimand. The
Attorney William chair- Jackson where to a I
Brennan,
J. SALE OF PROPERTY
mutally
round' arid, Wade who was associated
"-a of shook bands all case of ensPgn
the demo-
retie! Allegheny county pledged good will and hearty cooperation with Commander Young in this I
committee and who is verb
close to Guffe\ In the re-Ubllrtinent:.- of law matter has not been disposed of. .In an article yesterday morning It
said
Marr.r Colonel IlcOIellan's break: from and order. Harris 'a ereed, to enter a was stated that the sale of the QdJ
Ufflnuny motion to-day to: dtemlw the cases -e Oseari Racing Yacht. Fellows building to J. M. Mnldon and
: baj! will have the effect of Jackson people ',are Jubilant and I will Bristol R. I., Jan. 2.-An order for the purchase of the Athletic Club s
rejuvenatrig; of j
whole the democratic party. celebrate the ,event to-nltfit by a an ocean racing yacht eligible for th> property by the Qdd Fellows had
joe country. It has gtve KSRopos dance at Taulbee'a' hotel.; .' ,:, 90 foot class has been placed with I been made through the Pensacola Investment
'l1 hK cf a A '
dream ,
did not I
low we i &\ ... --- .' the Herei otrs. The name of the man: Company This was an" error -
ttcntl will make It DesLule '
f.'r ago. It candid far To Run for Governor. .'V J" .' for whom the yacht-la to bs built la as th3 entire negotiations! and
president a tfcui.-oratic strong* Jackson. Miss.,, Jan;'2:::Ion= Chas. I ; not disclosed here but It ,is understoodthat final consummation of the deal was
ftbt and to put up a"ery will win. It Scott, of BollveiH county. hat formally ;,,:;:. : he is a foreigner and that the made through the real estate' :firm of f
we believe
we '
Cas also' made Mayor McClellan a announced himself .a, candidate'' l-* "' for HE CZAR-oH! I WISH:YOU HAD ALL-BEEN KILLED OFF IN THEWAR!:;- t .,,?. :gM 'r: ,' schooner will race across the Atlantic. HroWA l. Watson.I I.'--. 7iI -
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ti Arabs on troops a certain while occasion pursued during by End. i : '
: of 3 for Cents
i the ;rear 1904 lost his way'' and was : Package

benighted near the enemy's camp. Special to The Journal. ., .
Passing the door of,,a tent which was Washington. D. X Jan. 2.-The : <
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open he stopped his horse and Implored Navy Department and the War Department 1cheroot .'

assistance, being exhausted by are bending th.elr'energies : ; s. "
and 1 toward popularizing the uniform ol I -' (fl is a cigar made without the head)
fatigue thirst. The warlike Arab .
the soldier and sailor. :Probably( the .
I bade his enemy enter his tent with confidence Navy Department is doing more than .

and treated him with all'the the War Department. for it seems

:-, respect and hospitality for which his much more difficult to get sailors I
This work ;, A of the cost of of trade you make when you
I, ,, people are so famous. The highest than solalers.: Is being good part a cigar

' .L- among them, like the patriarchs of old. DR. J. SI MOCK heartily League of supported the: United by States the organized Navy-i I goes into the workmanship. pay 5 cents for 3 Old Virginia

ifs: wait upon their guest A man of rank by civilians for the purpose of encouraging -
II when visited by 'a s'trang'er''quickly' in the navy Cheroots.A .
DENTAL SURGEON. enlistments I The bunching of the tobaccofor
!} fetches a lamb from his flock and kills and to secure proper respect for the
,t It,. and his wife superintends her women Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty. uniform. Many. theaters .have been in the filler takes a little time. The cheroot is only a cigar with

; In dressing it in the best manner. Painless Extracting of Teeth. the habit of denying' their best seatsto Its head cut off-and when
\1 ;With some of the Arabs the primitive I 2&yz S. Palafox Si. private soldiers and sailors when rolling of the filler in'the one pieceof you

. custom so often spoken of in the Bibleof and in uniform and ,In many other re buy three Old Virginia Cherootsfor
7 !9 Old Armory "
washing the feet is yet followed Building. spects the wearing of the uniform has leaf which is called the 1 binder> ,
Phone 1077.
debarred the wearer from privileges :
and this compliment Is performed by which would bs t accorded him when takes a little more time. The cutting 5 cents you pay the right|)rice

'-' the bead of the family. Their supper in citizen's dress. The Navy League I
':was the best of the fatted lamb roasted his repose; that he was not well himself thinks this is wrong and that so long and rolling of the outside leaf for three good smokes, and nothing
their dessert dates and could not attend to finish the
and dried fruit as the soldier or sailor behaves him- rof else. ,
and the Arab's wife, to honor more repast; that he bad examined the self he should! be treated;! even with or "wrapper" takes a little jnore. '

particularly her husband's guest, set I Moor's horse and found it too much ex- more courtesy than if he did not belong The filler is made from the I
t:.. before him a dish of "boseen" of her hausted to bear him through a hard to the army or navy. Secretary But it is the finishing-operation

; >wn making. This was a preparation Journey the next day, but that before Bonaparte takes th, same view and short leaves and selected 'clippings! !
f ")f flour and water kneaded Into a sunrise an able horse, with every ac- la various speeches has tried to impress of:forming; ,the "head that takes .

( paste, which being half baked, was commodation would be ready at the upon the people that they of five choice grades of domestic
should treat the uniform of the united most of the time most of the skin
,' roken Into pieces and kneaded again, door of the tent, where he would meet 1
Mates soldier and sailor with! re '
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with new milk oil and salt and gar- him and expect hJm to depart with all sect The Navy is particularly interested and costs most of the money. "' tobacco-blended to give just the,

lished with "kadeed," or mutton dried speed. The stranger, not able to account as it is extremely difficult to combination of agreeable J
lad seasoned in the highest manner. for the conduct of his host re- secure enlisted men for that: branch And;yet it's nothing in the world strengthand

Though these two chiefs were op- tired to rest of the service, and there are'many: desertions mild fragrance required to,
:, posed in war, they talked with candor An Arab awakened him in time to Last jear. out of a total ol but 'waste-f the first'thing you I

;. and friendship to each other, recounting take refreshments which had been prepared :30,133:( enlisted men,/There were 4,421 ;make a good smoke.:
> the achievements of themselves for bun before his departure, desertions. Of these 8S1 voluntarily do is, to. clip off that "head" that'

rE, and their ancestors, when a sudden but he saw none of the family until return to their ships while 776 were Not only a bargain in price,
paleness overspread the countenance of be perceived on reaching the door of arrested and. punished. :you have paid your'good money ,

the host. He started from his seat and the tent the master of it holding the navy Getting is a an difficult enlisted undertaking.man for Thisis th "for, and throw it away.If but good. Not only good, but

retired,' and in a few minutes sent bridle of his horse and supporting his 6
.!! one of the reasons W'by'the Navy SR D C MA K,, i'EoruYhfi clean Made by modern'cesses pro-
word to his guest that his bed was stirrups for him to mount which is Department is'heartily'In favor of a the dealer clipped off the heads R t :
': prepared and all things were ready for done among the Arabs as the last offer ship subsidy: bill for at present this t in the biggest and cleanest
!f of friendship. No sooner was the Moor country has substantially no. merchant of three good five-cent cigars and AMERICAN CIGAR COMPANY
mounted than his host announced to marine and consequently no SUCCESSOR TO rP.WHITLOCK : cigar factory in the world.A .

F him that in the whole of the enemy's sailors. Strange to say the men handed. them all three to you for 5 -

camp he had not so great an enemy to along the coast do not seem to" care million sold every day-
'
'
dread as himself for life in the navy: and consequently cents,. you would. call it a bar-
:\ officers forced tosearch can get them at .cigarCountcl.
"Last night said he, In the exploits recruiting are 'you any ,
inland for recruits most of ir -and that .'
,
& ; exactly,the kind "
of your ancestors you discoveredto ; q 4
,1'f' whom are induced: to join the naY) .. in the country.
me the murderer of father. I .-
my '
f '
because of the prospect of,making a '" .
There:lie all the habits he was slainIn I tour of tle"world and learning much t -:- ,

(which were at that moment brought I thereby. By the time tha scanty list .
Art to the door'of the tent), over which in of applicants pass the various recruit ,, Sold.wherever. they sell tobacco

IJ the presence of my family I have ing officers and the surgeons and 114i ., .. ,
J many times sworn to his death take a little preliminary practice .
Cl.pee Shrank revenge .' 11(11 ... ,.
4 arterRine.wiIYtiel..* and to'seek the blood of his murderer bout half of them fall out. The' re- '-\ "

15CEOS Eld: 2 FOB A QCABTOCL.UETT from sunrise to ,sunset The sun has laainder, most of whom have never ,. ..
PEABODY AGO. seen the ocean until enlisted., are 4 ;
not yet rIsen-the sun will be no more
MAUIS or CLCKTT AID Mor acasarri service but few .
mustered: into the ; ..
i' than risen when I pursue you. after ,
to stay more than one term. In
care u
you have In 'safety quitted my tent --'-------
that time they have traveled to a con I
where fortunately for you It is againstour siderable extent and are willing to return 2\s>sstexs% : ustfaiKxs3 i :sasua : who does A' hot turn introducing buck
'religion to molest you after your end enter seme more pleasant and wing danclag George Llew !lyn.3ngs.

; VvOOOAll : having sought my protection and found ; and profitable occupation. When the monologues' and serious recitations -

refuge' there, but all my obligations war vessels now building and plannedare i i ij i are also important. features. Tin
p AMUSEMENTS Patterson Drothers. European novelty
cease as soon I as we part, and from placed in commission we will be 'I
kinds that you want. that moment you must consider me as short about seven thousand sailors link experts received much enthusiastic -
that al applause all of which ware we'I d-
In addition to the shortage
one determined on your destruction in
whatever part or at whatever distancewe ready: exists and the department is a Nv. it served.
OAK AND PINE wondering where on earth it is goingto v UAs\sx ascs 3Sts *nx8Xt* 3xn\ s- The illustrated: song feature is per-
may 'meet again. You have not get the men. A merchant marine haps the: most popular as the com-
mounted a horse inferior to the one the pany's picture machine is of'tbe f bet
cheaper than you can buyit would be a great feeater for navy.
that stands ready for myself; on its Hiss LeB'lte Morris woo sings tt3!:
size
anywhere. Any you't
want. swiftness surpassing that of mine de- songs has a very sweet voic3 and is a

pends one.of our lives, or both. talentel songstress. Her song last
After saying this he shook his adversary COUNCILMIN FRANKLIN is.x night was 'Good Night, Beloved" anl

i E. C. SEWELLPhone by the hand and parted from him. it was 'Snjcned ,by all. The specialtieswill

The Moor,' profiting by the few mo- be changed at every performaar:: *,
614. ments he had: in advance, reached the Of Frankfort, Ky., Recommends Vinol .' The bill for tonight will. be The
s "
bey's army In time to escape his pur- as the Best Cure for Stomach Gambler's. Wife..
tk suer, who followed him closely, as near T
Troubles. &. Hatfield
Donnelly Minstrels
the enemy's .camp as he could with .
S i.
v r Af Pt One of the most patriotic and manificjnt ?
safety. This was certainly a striking
spectacles ever!! _seen on the
trait of hospitality! but it was no more "To Whom it May Concern-After: ') t -," "r'i i American stage will 'b'! one of tia: !
than every Arab'and every Moor In the with kr' '
for dyspepsiaand
suffering years many features 'of the Connelly & Hat-
: r tame circumstances would do.-New stomach troubles and trying all field Magnificent Minstrels this year

ewrY York Herald., kinds of medicines without help I and Is called "WaiLe. Old Glory
Y wish you would publish for the bens r Waves" It consists cf a military'! review
The Cult-Stream. fit of others how I found a cure in the of this country from th' tire
_
The gulf stream is a remarkable cod; liver oil preparation Vinol. of the minute maa ,to the Spanish

oceanic current which derives its name American war, and JPustratei! by a
from the gulf of Mexico, out of which series of brilliant tableaus accompanied

l it flows passes into the Atlantic between 4 by drills of rough Tlders. patriotic '

the coasts of Florida and Cuba songs and a. ilaal review of all
and after flowing along the coast of the American ,toluteerj; jn appr p*!-

North America until it reaches Newfoundland ats uniform arid equipment from: the
time of the Revolutionary War: up tn
turns abruptly eastward.
the present time. Tills u
One portion then passes southerly toward --.a- company
billed for Friday: at the Peasaco: :
-- the Azores but the larger stream Opera Ho.ise.taR. .
washes the coasts of the British Isles :

Good SenseXmas and, even reaches to the shores of T ,. ..,.; : M. PAUL JONES IN
Spitzbergen and Nova Zembla. It va- .. PENSACOLA'FOR A FEW DAYS
t ries in velocity at different points of Its ,11- t '

GiftsThere course It has an average speed of i Mr. )t. Paul Jones, who will be ia
:
four or five miles an hour as it Issues this city! for a JewojA[ : ..aunoun'Jttat'hs

is nothing more pleasing from the gulf of Mexico: ; off Cape Ilat- + will give while here, l-snn:
teras the velocity Is about three miles Or. the mandolin, guitar: banjo an!

to a woman than a gift or a pieceof an hour, while off Newfoundland it Is 9 I an original system cf time T"!
latter
feature is intended DlrtilaI'JI :
reduced to one and a half miles per COUNCILMAN FRAXKUX.I <
nicely ornamented china or rich t for teachers of [ but be
hour. lu Its passage across the Atlantic : \ jj -\,, '.. .' mus'c/ It may
: ; :
;' < readily learned by students as wt*.
And .. I
cut glass or shapely pottery. the rate is only four or five miles found Vinol delicious to take, r The course requires four 1 less:=:s,
of in the per day. The gulf stream is said to be without oil cr grease; it did not upset / \ TTlIch Include simple compuand, SJBcopatsd -
,
there's heap good sense rM
a fifty miles wide.ai 1t flows through the my stomach like the oldfashionedCOd -j } : 'tty : and Irregular rythms.

selection,because of the permanency narrowest part of the strait betweer liver oa and emulsions', and its It is possiMe that Mr. Jones Etf
Florida and Cuba; 150 miles wide off strengthening properties ara truly 're- t I ". : : deciae! to give a public concert :awcica

l of its character. w Charleston S. c., and 300 miles wide markable. It entirely cured my stom- ; 1 :'l : : 5t" .- event those who desire to i'Jo
before off Newfoundland, while In crossing ach trouble, and I can eat heartily at : S'n:: : scribe Cor tickets should advise )ta::
remain ..
few l1
:
Just a days the Atlantic it spreads fanlike over the any time of day; or night without the / ., at once. He is at tne home of t,s
'. '
Christmas. If any presents are still surface; total length estimated at 3,000miles. slightest distress Vinol tones up the ...'...j' ," ,{. : .;.:'.: :, brother Mr. C. M. Jones, 426 E. Zr-
''
.
stomach. Increases. the appetite and .. .1'J. .\, '.',,.' ., ragoosa st. Phone No. 360.
stock offers creates strength"What
unbought our many
: i ii' ;
.. t :
Vinol did for Councilman .t (
: suggestions at attractive prices.Your Pleasant/ and- Most Egcctlvc. Franklin 'our druggists W..H. Whitaof .. .? \ ;- '. !,

"show" T. J, Chambers, Ed. Vindicator, this city, gurantee it will do for
will cornbided
buy
dollar more
,
; Liberty. Texas writes Dec. 25. 1902: every person in Pensacola suffering LEARNTHE I

11 with real merit here than "With pleasure and unsolicited by from a tired over-taxed, or worn-out .. :.: .. ,,1." fr- ....
'' you, .I bear testimony to the curative stomach which cannot properly digest '... ..'."-f..:-'. .. > ;, ."...... !.'.,-. I THETRUTH
f: anywhere we know of. power of Ballard's Horehound Syrup.I '- E '

have used it in my family and can food.Vinol contains no drugs but it doe&contain TTMISS_ __ :: _..
i i';' Let us prove ltd! cheerfully, affirm It is the most effective all the vital principles of cod about Coffee by a 10-daj I

: and best remedy for coughs and liver oIL without system-clogging IN A LEHR, change
colds I have ever used." Sold by all oiL '

druggists. We ask every ,person in Pensacola With-- the Ina Lehr Stock, Company at the Opera House all this-Week. I

; suffering from stomach troubles, or Last ,Night's Play. I great, deal wf -comedv out of this' ( POSTU I
play. '
Just Opened.Lewis's every run-down, weak debilitated or The Ina I ear, $t Company, opened i' ;.The"company's strong point"\ilias cdlan Theiu H' Ba4iias: nor,>.the.toy.com ,
r.. 107 SOUTH PAUAFOX STREETPENSACOLA Saloon northeast corner W. aged person to try VIool on our guarantee a four dajs engagement last night J:chiefly' in Its specialties. It who \keeps the; audience in.. a
undoabt- roar
Dealer In Fine lo returttanone7-if'It'fafs-te ,in oMaihtSrlh! :monoH>gu!s and AND FEELINGS.
N. Coyle Pensacola !BETTER
Belmont and
with "Jack's .Swe theart" ..edtycfrri{ .x neviiraale;'-(he"8est3otot'aP t8n : ,, ,
.
PJpTt"cnotr isy Crush'\VOir-
I
Wines Liquors and Cigars. Out of give satisfaction. W. 1alties, ever presented In Psnsacola derful : WeUvme" I in Pkfs.f .
solicited9deelm5 druggists. trltksot; c.U1YaUfy you and Read -The Road to
town trade She is a ,, ;
r soubrette '
aver
and gets a ,:
by a
j popular priced
I, company. .John Williams. 'ia ,k face comedian,,

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. THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL' E'DtlE8DAV MORNING, JANUARY. 3,' 1906
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PAGE THREEDON'T .

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1 MEMORIAL' SBRVICBS: LAZY lAYER !EYE WITNESS TOI s\ A Solemn Duty\ .


BYC4MPWARlJU..C.
V. li A solemn duty which we owe our children and our, i
society
HI flnd C'teuet* ,to rood *,! weald 80'be 4 ,
I
'wi'ho.bem.r I vu tooablMgreat deal with selves that nothing which can be done to assist nature
i i torpid liter and, hcadftck J#t. aiu. UktncCMoreti I MURDER 15An at that time when our wives are to become mothers .
CaDdJ Cathartic 1 f"'|faj much better
large Gathering at ,the Coiirt House last Night When an Excellent, I shall eertalaljr reeommeBd,tbtc* to ray. frlead* should be left undone. Of all the countless details to be '
: M tb.bed nt4l i".I bavi .T.r:Men.' 0 observed' at such a time, no single one is of more
Anna BaziSehOsborn Mill Ho.5.fU m'forltu. -
Program"Was, ,Delivered-Address by\Hon. _..;: # f importance than the bodily welfare of the expectant
I mother; she must not experience undue suffering
:'Jno. S. Beard. nest dr RESTED through any lack of effort on our part.MOTHER'S .

'
FRIENDshould

THOSE,,WHO HAD PASSED
TO THE '
be the recourse of all real men and women at such times; it is ,

GREAT 'BEYOND DURING. 'THE DAMON LODGE : CADYCAThART Sheriff Van Pelt Captures ike easily obtainable and it is a"positive crime not to procure it Its offices

\ J are to relax the muscles and tissues intimately associated in this greatestof
.
PAST : :
YEAR WERE HIGHLY Moore, a State Witnessin the Creator's phenomena, and by simple external applications a resultis

JUDGE EULOGIZED BY COMRADES- obtained which at the appointed time permits the mother to undergo her

13 INSTAllS Pleataat Palatable.Potent.TaiteGood.DoQood, Louisiana." greatest joy with fortitude, and'bring into the world a child worthy of its
MUCH Merer 8ieke,W wte.or Gripe lOe be.Sfe Neveruo14 .
CHEERING. DURING THE; IB bulk. The rennlne tablet eUunped COO.Quaraoteea parents. $i.oo, all druggists. Our book Motherhood sent free.
to core or year money back.8te. -
CLOTHING MEETING. -- .' i ;ling Remedy Co..Chicago or N.Y. 601 After a search of several weeks, BRADF1ELD REGULATOR '00., Atlanta, Oa.

OUR : i'! ANMUAL SALE TEN MILLION BOXES Sheriff Van Pelt has at last succeeded !- : ..iI

in capturing two state witnessesin

bj insurance nuthods The annual memorial service of OFFICERS a murder case, who had left the
county several weeks since for parts
-our policy is different. We Camp Ward No. 10. United Confederate --
unknown. He returned to the city I
(ipec to give our cli 'nts some Veterans: : was conducted last Nick's Buffet and jesteraay afternoon from Louisiana, NEW New

rtlra! for their money (other- night at the court house, and was at- where he found the men for whom bt Five Tables

,fe the>"d never return) and tended by three or four hundred peru Enthusiastic Meeting t of the Order Restaurant had been searching. They are Ike Brunswlcke-Balke I
Moore and John Malone. both colored I
1I'e want our clients to come >ns, the court room being filled, POOL
Was Held [Last Night at Moore is the only eye witness to Everything Up-to-Date.
back (0 us. not to go back on notwithstanding the- rain and, very in- is the .only: place of its the murder of a negro by L. H.

B& Our constant study J is how clcnrnt weather. Castle Hall. kind in Pensacola. in fact. Bingham, colored, which occurred at I 14 Ease Government Street.J. .

e' the LESt clothing to sellat Services were opened: with prayer Itis ; Mays' turpentine camp near McDavid '
to 5 PARLORS
and by Rev J. s. Slbleyr of the First; -4 It is alleged that the murder wasa A. BILL INGSLEY, Prop.

a profit give satlsfac- Presbyterian church. Then followed An enthusiastic ,meeting of Damon most brutal one, the man being almost -I r- ..
ton "ith' each purchase. A Pride toPensacola cut to pieces with a knife. I -- --
th'3 program prepared for the occasion. -Lodge No. 13. Knights of Pythias, was !
Bitfsham was arrested and placed I
which was excellently rendered held last night-In the Castle hall when in jail and so was Moore who saw

This program was 'as follows; omcers: to ,serve duting 1906 were installed .: the deed committed. When theand. BREAD BEST ,OF FOOD.

Song-Miss Irma Haight.: as fellows jury returned J an indictment for mar- COFFEE !
I ito!! call of : Said to Be More lalnable Tban Meat
camp and response by Larger cities cannot ocr against' Bingham it was decided
I ?TAJiDARDfEOTHH15B'jTHIESEnViBUILD( /( i Veterans C. C.-B. R. WitskovskL. boast of better equippel: that it would b3 well to give Moore a. a Yielder of Energy. -

I IJ I Song-Special quartette( : V. C.-E. Kirschoffer. place. The service is the liberty and such, was done, the case According to Dr. Robert Hutchinsonof

; I Aoaress-Hon. John S. Beard. Prelate-B. P. Wolfe. best that can be had. being set for trial on December 17.A..other the London hospital, who supplied We are the Pioneer

[ Song-"Bonnie Blue Fla'g.' by Miss M. at A.-G...W. Van Etten. I negro named John Malone evidence regarding food supply to a Coffee Roasters of :

Maclav. M. of W.-J. D..Goss who aldo knew some of the circum- royal commission bread is the most

"Dixie"-Piano' and violin ,by Mrs M of E.-P. E."-Brawner.K. Nick} Apostle Propt'rwhich stances, was also allowed to go. Important of all the common foods of WestFiorida.McHUOH'SBLENDS.

aQttI'E11 Flinn and Miss Maltory.Dorolojv R. S. and M.; of F.-Dan Bergin. I When the 'date of the trial arrived the people. As a yielder of energy a t

and Benediction.The I. G.-J.,B EdwardsOG.Abe' it was found that both negrot shall pound of bread Is more valuable than a '
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. roll c.tll of members' caused Daniels. gone from the county and as they
of meat. Its chief
pound
deficiency.
'
much feeling for there were a'num- Trustees-J.. E.' Williams C. H were only state witnesses it was :
Pensacola. Fla.. I ber who had passed to the ,.Great Be- Bliss D. A. Lee. forms an indispensable ingredi- necessary to postpone the case until however, is its poverty In nitrogenous
r--- matter, and it therefore has to be
jond during the past year.' When W, O. B. Trnst-es: .-W.. I* Moyer. ent of the medicine man's pot and 'January 18. supplemented
RING C. L. McVOY the name of a comrade who bad 'ex- Dan' Bergin, John G. Welsh. which is used on so many Occasions to Sheriff Van Pelt recently Sot infor with articles that remedy have no equal. A trial

YhoneM7 Take dT ntig. of Meats bmg I Tired during the year was called an Hall Trustee-W. L. Moyer. avoid 111 luck. This is preliminary. motion regarding their whereaboutsand this defect. Life could be sustained will convince the con '

heap I ivered Western to any meats part a of specialty the city. De- I I answer would ,be made by one of the Building Committee-P. E. Draw- Finally the morning before the sand Saturday night he left ,Pensacola for long periods on a diet of bread,
comrades, who would eulogize the. oe- ner. for New Orleans going from there to with a few beans or a little cheese.A noisseur that we
ing which to, the essential lay part of ,
00---- ----- ceased for his bravery and courage Representatives to Grand LodgeF. Keutwood, about seventy miles alstant. man in time of scarcity of general .
during the terrible strife, and call ta the weddingind the part I was to see. Upon reaching ere he secured food could subsist two make no extravagant i
E., Brawner J. D. Goss and ,J.' E. upon pounds of
TERSELY TOLDThere the attention of those present some Williams. the,1 legal and reHglous'rite Is performed ,a team and in company with the bread a day says Dr. Hutchinson. liewould claims.
particular 'deed of valor. : These re- a' kind of registry office business, sheriff of the county went twe've !
The meeting was one of the most begin to suffer from lack of en- I
arks were made 'by General George I where the,dowry is paid over, conducted miles into the country to a turpentine
Mill bealat dummy I harmonious. and enjoyable hell if he !
ones but
FridaJ'j : ergy got less could go considerably
Reese, C. V. Thompson, W. E. Anderson where the two were
I before the katlil or Mohammedan camp, negroes
nJ:{t for Donnelly & and E bert Beall. by this lodge for some months. Every below the two pounds for a bare I Wholesale and RetailGROCERS
fM
nd
.
I and in the absence of bride and :
priest.
rrels chair In the ,spacious hall was
occu.
been subsistence in times of great
Hon..John 5 b. Beard.' pied and considerable work for' the I women folk.. 'The sword dance by the Had not the two negroes' urgencY'I. -
Mrs Chas Messier and Mrs Dillon I found, especially Moore the state such ,as garrisons: undergo, in ( -
Touart entertained about thirty of, Hon. John S. Beard. who made the good of the 'lodge and the order ,at two 'Patanls finished the bridegroomwaa would have had no evidence whatever: siege. Under these conditions It Is disease -

their!! friends Monday night at a gumbo irincipil address of the evening. was large was accomplished : escorted ,away, s nd the people against Bm'snnm; and"ho would< prob- that carries men.off rather than

supper, which was much enjoyedby given a rousing reception when introduced After adjournment' the newly in- turned homeward; I also to don native ibly have been: acquitted. starvation. and all kinds of FeedStuffs .

those 'ho were present. j I I to the auoSence! by General stalled officers had a pleasant surpriseIn dress and> be present by invitation at One interesting point on which- Dr.
'George Reese, and spoke at consider- store for the members in the form a Malay dinner ,ot the rajah's house A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES _
The fire department was called out cbH: length upon the ,constitutionalright of 'a nice spread; -at Nlc Apostle's restaurant and the subsequent marriage ceremony Itching[ Blind Bleeding. Protruding Hutchmsou insists is the value of ordi- t.

Tcsterday afternoon by an alarm from of the south to secede from the which was greatly enjoyed by or sanding.. About 9 o'clock the wedding Piles. Druggists are authorized to refund nary white bread. Bye, he states Is
hex 45 The blaze was at the homeof lower In nutritive value than wheat
all present.Rev. '
Union. Mr. Beard said he had very collected fo escort the money if PAZO OINTMENT fails
James Goldstucker on Salamanca little patience with & southern man procession attired had been to cure in 6 to;14 days., 50c. The next most Important article of Pluto WaterWholesale
,:ree., I between Cevallos. street' and who thought both sides were right; Carlisle P. B. Martin L.-L. D. bridegroom,. just fls' ie diet as a source of energy is sugar. In
In the afternoon, in a pilgrim's: Sowing -
Xnl1
an nue. the south was eternally and everlasting Of WaveMy, Texas, writes" : "Of a Evolution of a Name commenting on this Dr. Hutchinson
Arab robes to the house of his
The revival services at Christ Tab- right and the other side knew morning when first arising, I often across An amusing account is given of the makes an interesting statement on the ,

rracle! at the corner of Gregory and: the south was rl':ht. find; a troublesome collection of phlegm bride. After describing the ceremony evolution ,a name. A' man named. duties of food. and Retail.

iuaiz streets, which common *ed .Mr.,Beard cited a numberof, author- which produces a cough and is very the writer prOceeds: On the next day Halfpenny lived In Dublin at the end of "The unfortunate thing about sugar;

tut n'pht' were very largely attenlel -' itl lea for his contention that the south hard to dUlodge! ; but a small quantity at 4 o'clock'in the afternoon the marriage the eighteenth century. Having been Is that it contains no nitrogenous mat-

notvrtthstandln:- the very incl3nfiu tad a constitutional right to secede of Ballard's Horehound Syrup will at party reassembled, this time for; very successful in business, his children ter at all," says the expert; "Bread New Orleans Grocery Co.

.weather. Evangelist O P. from the Union among them Webster once dislodge! it. and the .trouble i is the 'ceremonial bathing, mandi tolak persuaded him toehangebis name does contain some. Without nitrogenous -

SpiesM is conducting the services., Calhoun! Washington.,Jefferson, Han!/ overI.. know, of:no' medicine'-that !s bol 'orvmandl .sam'pa1f'"lo1"averr''ill I which he did matter one cannot get on at alL It
to dignified Jas.
more one
*cich: commence each nigit at 7.:CO: llton and others, and referred', in ,this equal to it, and it is pleasant to take. luck. The bridegroom, dressed in his the last letter. In the Is absolutely necessary, McHugh -
o'dol'k .ma'? ontinue for one hour. j I connection to the Force bill and dther I can moat cordially recommend',it.to holiday silks and escorted by his by dropping "There
are two sorts of food. The
that had hi. contention course of time the orthography was Phone 1O5. Proprietor -
measures proven
I oman who bun the household all persons needing a medicine for friends went over to the bride's bouse, died two things that food does are, first It : ,
,on the floor of congress.Mr. throat trouble. also changed. and when the man ... .
or lung Sold -
all --
things without being guided by the Beard created considerable by- where he bas to live jiwhile under the- he was buried as Mr. Ilalpen. The keeps the body in repair; and, second, -

rore-ada 2:0 as Unwise as the pilot laughter and applause by remarkingthat druggists. eyl'sof- his mother -law.*" There be fortunes of the family increased sti': it supplies It with energy. Some foods Brosnaham Dotson & Co.

who ouli steer a ship without chart there was still a gleam ,pf hope; I changed bis attire for the shabby further and the son soon dropped the can supply It with energy but cannotdo ,

or compass-just from "memory"and tie president in his message had-men-!, WHEN A.YALAYWEDS clothes that are' always reserved for "11." The next transition was an equal.ly anything to keep it in repair. Bread Boilar Makers, Machinists .

experience The Journal is Pen6&cola's tioned the constitution of the United. ablution and, with a ton el l'oyer hissho'ultlers. easy one. and he who had run the can do both but it is better as a source and Founders. .
:best advertising medium. States, although he ha in't said he1 passed Into the inner -
room, streets as little Kenny Halfpenny came of energy than as a repairer. Steamship and Mill Supplies. ".
would obey it. But the very fact that SOME REMARKABLE FESTIVITIES .DESCRIBED where his newly wedded bride also Among nitrogenous foods Instanced "
Goes twice as far-Blue Ribbon Va- there was out as Kenneth MacAlpm. the descendant Office Phone 919 Coyle Street Wharf II I '
he should acknowledge
ri'Ia! and Lemon Extracts are absolute'y constitution was BY AN ENGLISH VISITOR. dressed lu old clothes, awaited his com of a hundred kings,London as: good adjuncts la supplying the defects -! Residence Phone OS3 l't'nllaoola ttlorida., t '
such as, a '
thing
a ing. Amid the buzzing, clatteriug and of bread are beans, cheese 'and
OUef>. !
pure and so highly concentrated encouraging All! Work Has Our Personal Afention. 1 i
that only ball the usual quantity is very During the course of his remarks Actual WeddiBC Day Preceded by laughing of the mothers of the kampong ----- fL>h. Tbe white of au,egj,;. is stated to c
required. Bear l Week of Mgktly rcaatlne_ Affair the pair grasp'eadl the end of'a 'uo a very essential element of food. If .
._ and at their conclusion Mr. vas SUN AND SNOW.
enthusiastlmally applauded and it was Ends fifth CerecMonlal Batht z, handkerchief.nudso united march out Sometimes Hlp the Hair to Grow.In ua meat Is available at any tune bread, Marine Grocery Co.

The Magic Mirror. evident that he held the audience I Supposed to Avert III Lack. into the'}passage,, The narrow passage any changeable climate the hair .ugar: and eggs are all that .Is wanted

to the ,end. with the split bamboo( 'floor is crpwded brittle break 'or "a respectable 8u >Ort for the
TLf with him from bjgimng I b apt to become and to very !
iaglc mirror" of Japan I Is a A week of nightly festivities generally
604, 606, 608, 610 S. Palafox St.
with excited and there. This body: I'nJer conditions of
women every one except off stubby here ana) comparative
disk of (bronze from six Inches
usually precedes the actual wedding day.; Phone 725.
the tme to.exercise the 'mazed victims is laughingand xaakea a hair-dressing; almost a necessity scarcity if a child f Is given! its slice
to eight inches in diameter. It Is silvered If you haven't
Regulets will and in the case of a rajah two. mouths talking. They, poor things, sit especially to ladles. In using of bread with molasses "we are doingas :,
Doan's pre. V. J. VIDAL
on the front, which la a little convex regularly Manager.
follow it. In hair not the best ,
get
of Smga- dressing why
vent constipation, They Induce a festivity may with down turned :faces dumb motionless. a well as we can for thv child.
and there 1 is a raised pattern on
where cosmopolitanism! has Infected walki one that combineswith It the efficiency Another illustration of the marvelous
.
the beck mild easy healthful action of the bowels pore g. sitting, standing. not
which is rather concave. The in kilm the dandruff thegerm
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polished pattern Is generally a landscape without griping. Ask your drug- everything- the guests will be In- of their own c'CO'rd. but mechanicallyand that eats? the hair off germ at the value of bread as a food Is given bv THE HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO

flowers, animals or Chinese 1st for them 25c. vited to feed one night on white man's under ,till;) compulsion of eager roots, causing what is called falling Dr. Hutchinson "One pound.of beef" EAT. -

characters This is not visible In the fare and yet another on ,curry Malay bauds.: hair and in time baldness. _Newbr: '3 he states, "is only about half as valoj- Just Received:

front of the Keep In Perfect Health ,by:Using fashion with their fingers; the bride ; Bowl,after: towl,of water Is poured "Herpicide" is that kind of a hairdressing ble as a source of energy as an equal Halibut Chunks Halibut Quick Lunch
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but when
mirror strong WHITE ROCK WATER over the bedraggled pair strained I You have no idea: how de- quantity of cheese, while a given 50 kits of fancy Mackerel.! $1,25 per 1.4 i
sunlight is reflected from the front of will appear one night in an English.
excius ely as a beverage. throntrh'the" cocoanut fronds and the lig-htf'il jour calp will feel, and how weight of bread yields a third more en- kit.. t- t.
the mirror to a wall or screen the pat- gown the next, as a Chinese, lady and ; kits Salmon. Jl-25 kit. l
will 50 per
after
cloth. the milk of the_ young cocoa- i stylish YOur hair appear an ergy than its equivalent In beef
tern of the lyick Is visible on the screen NEW POOL PARLpfiS then gray robed gay sashed, I as a.. nut is emptied after,It The cocoanut application or two of HerpicidIt The amount of food,required by an 50; kits halibut fins $1.25 per kit. j 4

In bright lines on a black ground. The geisha: girl; the bridegroom! wJJl ,be i shoots and'cloth: are! soaked and drip- I i is certainly a wonderful innovation as ordinary pe-rson'liI somewhat remarkable 50 kits of Cod Tongues and Sounds, -

true scientific explanation of this magical 'A POPULAR'RESORf' driven around. town' in', a buggy. But I 'p nT; 'women' continue to drench a scalp antiseptic and hair-dressing. when comparison is made with an $1.25 per kit. p
: effect I For sale by W. A.. D'Alemberte. Bloaters Milkers and Roes, Ilerting,
seems to be that the designon c'ru-:
The new Pool Parlors at, 14, East 'up country In MalorUmd proper,:where the couple, but for the sheer comedy engine. A wan requires to be supplied Pickled Salmon Dill Pickles .
121 South ,
Pala
the back :st and apothecary Codfish
alters the convexity- of tbe Government ftrcet\T. A. Billingaly these corruptions ,havf hardly as yet II enacted by the rest I bad not been prepared p lOc In with about 4,(;.00 foot tons of en-rgy a Sauer Krout. '\
fox street or send stamps for: German[
front .
the making It flat along; the lines of iroprietor. are proving a very' pooula- crept In, there :w ill be only'thd decorations though I had expected sample, to The 'Hjrpiclde :Co., Detroit, day. That is to say his (aod. Jt consumed I: Pigs Teet in kIts $1.00. 1

pattern so that the light reflected resort. )Ir. Billlnfcsley has put in of houses with curtains and t OYr--' thIng:'fron-. seeing'my friend the some-I Mich ; in nu engine, woold raise 4,COO i Manewal and Lange's Fruit Cako.

from the front is not dispersed! at these five new Brunswick.Balke tables and ers, feasting' the,sfauiing Of finger \lpII". doff( his ofQcial i European tons weight one foot Lib: every day. 'National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake, 25o -

points,of the design, and they appear his whola equipment is strictly and. soles' of feet 'with. ----- ----,- ---- waste. .
palms )he. red 'eomethlri (l elaborate: than his silks --- This does not allow for per pcuad"We .

brighter on the 1"-r "f'O.IlL. date. uP-to-r henna (a performdcwithout' )ago'' of Iester y. I.-was soon to learn. j -.-- ----- ."TI: human body is rather a wasteful I hanJle the celebrated blends or

Import and borrowed: from the Arabs, The excited. Imcn.hulDg. finished ; machine," says Dr. Hutcbinson.! Coffee roasted by the Gulf City Coffee
----- whose ladles cOl1ldet fingers so colored wlththe victims in chief, turned theiratention..t 20 Ibs Nice Clean "That Is to say, an enormous amountof I Co, II P Chlpman, Manager.

Always.Remember" the Full Name I beautiful and'a"vays,.affect this henua the.: ,audience and vented energy; is not turned out,ns work, I Oaxaca. 3ic;; Ib; Gold Standard 25c

axative JJrcmo Quinine fLjI oo every 'dye);'and there .wjll.be.the brushing of ,their ,feelings' by,dousing every one but is lost in l1t at." Considered as a :lb: Diamond Blend, 25c Ib; Golden

)ares a Cold b One Day.Gefpui 2 Days'! bOL25cb. forehead, and bands. 'p.. with. rice. ; .paste ,within: re b.tbpJahand. myself in- 1| Head Rice {for $1.00. heat machine, the human body Is de-< I I I Rio Strictly 20c lb.fresh roasted and as gool -

; eluded. We vauld. only ,retort with ineffectual i scribed as being: more effective than the Coffee sold in this city. .
.. .. That's just. one or the Mail and Ex as any '
-- --- ---.- ,-- : -- .; <.9 handfuls :while they were J I many best engine.-New York Send us jour orders and we will do-

lI.I- --- ] IM- of, practlcpd..arm. and equipped with Items! on which ws .can' save you press. _ _ liver promptly. -
basins. However,. fortune favored us. money on groceries aDd-"a .: _._ .1 :
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Often ,bamboo(squirfs, ,salted or dol'ar' saved Is a dollar made": An Error on the Stage. '--
peppered
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housewives will call The late Mra Gilbert, the veteran .
or'rice Wise us up COLLINS BROS'
: .piari water.. water are employed. I
Out-of-Town Buyers and ask our prces! on articlesfor actress, was telling some of her expe-
The lead the bride
: away ]
women,
: for a fresh toilet. The groom dons his her pantry before purchasIng riences. Once at a reception In Chicago BARBER SHOP !

I ft'ad and, remember, too. that she said:
I I silks again waits, no. short time, In
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-, Vhit you buy hers is guaranteed "One of my earliest speaking parts FOUR FIRST CLACS TONSO-
the passage till. his shall have
of spouse pure and fresh. here In your city, and I RIAL ARTISTS, FIRST-CLASS -
Can get the same conveniences in the'matt r buying and bad her toilet'completed to the satisfaction was played ,

i of.the matrons. Once more the was very nervous. I was so very SERVERS FIRST-CLASS AC
Lot Glues In Bulk
paying for a piano as those Jiving }in town. ArrangementsJ.J. : bridegroom 'is ushered inside, and he Large nervous in fact, that on the first night COMMODATIONS.If .

and ,his brIde:a/Ci I seated side by side., and Bottles Just Re:'"ed. I made an error that nearly ruined the

bemade ::', .' J t as on the,previous evening. The nasi performance. we don't please you tell us aboutit

can ""'. I dami: or rice accord is brought In and Extra large Fancy Queen "I bad a small part the part of an ; It we do please you, tell

_:: :; ; I:placed before:.them. They Just tasteIt Olives 40! cents a quart, |1.40 a old nurse. There were a dying king, a your fdE nds. Try our
i : gallon. In bottles 10 cents to villain and a band ,of music in the ESS TEE DEE DANDRUFF CURE!
So You Can Pay Monthly or Quarterly .,, the circle, .,of ',women Indulging the $1.50{ -plain and stuffed. 204 S. Palafox Street.
,. while In piquant reflections on the married -,1 piece, and the band of music was supposed -

;- : state and th -newly married coupla to be very fine, The queen's life --- - j==
35e Value in Brooms for 25c.
If you like, thus making frequent trips }otOWnOrtO: the post- :. I !particular. An old latah woman Is Indeed was to come near being ruined

'. ,galvanized: Into grotesque activity. This Is a four-string broom, through the strange. sweet seductiveness J. E. REEDButcher

office for money orders unnecessary. The pianos we sell- : i clapping herhandsaud. chuckling in a extra fine wisp with strong and f of this band. Nothing but compliments ,

': graff.roice. The audience shriek with perfectly smooth handle-you'll and flatteries of the band and Green GrocerCor.

Kranich & Bach, Lester and Clutter'are widly knowri for'-their.. ....- -- -' i laughter! : their,'attention diverted for be pleased with it. was to be heard on every side. '

I .a moment from the embarrassed pair. ;"Well In the third act while the band DeVilliers and Romaca Sta. :
finish.
lasting tone, quality and handsome The wedding Is over. It only remains wan playing its best I bad to rush on PHONE 1022.

for the bride and bridegroom to and cry:' :

-. "- eerabah or lift folded palma to browIn LflZ JACOBY .*"Stop the music! The king is dead!' Meat of all kind. Western sail

Oldestand Largest 114-116 Pfton1S S.:Palafox' St. salutation of the rajah, who has THE POPULAR GROCER, "What I did In my. nervousness was Country }Pork Saucr Kraut Chicken Vf

Music House in. Clutter Music House PENSACOLA honored them by his presence and provided to rush on and cry: _. and Eggs Turkeys Geese, Ducks and :,*
Florida 4 : entertainment for,their bridal- 14 W. Garden St. Phone 183. "'Stop the music!, It bas killed the everything sold by a first-class meatrjf'

Temple Bar. ling: !- ll market Free delivery. i
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"1 SUBSCRIPTION r Vou str>".CAT THIN* t. tU SDA Y JAN. 2nd i
RATES. ,
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1 One Year............$5 00 : a TR.nT eai --- I .

SIx !ti>nth. .......... 2 liO I One One Month.......,... 45 .i .'" li'frt 1 .,r' vC Rit : :' .,T9 1 rM.E ROOM FOR EARLY SPRING STOCK. i
' Three Months........ i 25 I Week ........... 10 '. S I, I ,
I Weekly Edition 1ur.$1 00 <. -rRVs I' + II iIH DfOOD5 ;. f e

Papen on ,Sale at all News Stands.. i ., ; 35 pieces Ontinjr"Flannels, standard lOc. values, for. .. .. ...7c :
i ... .' 50 price; Flannelettes, good styles, lOC values,' for!. .. .. ....71J.;:c
t7 THE ONLY PEN SACOLA I I Ft o U 25 pieces Flanpeletts, double Told, 1S 9 :values for.. .. .. .. ... .lOc \Z

I NEWSPAPER FROM WHICH A DETAILED : .! : t 10 pieces.. Fancy Valours, for robes, <:. valut, for .1:: .
CIRCULATION 'STATEMENT CAN BE SECURED. : r iSUS 11 I .

>it.,. : ., SPECIAL VALUES. :
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Offices-108 and 110 But Government Street. >', I i Tricot Flannels I about 50 pieces in the lot all good colors, per t

TELEPHONE No. 38. yard. .. t ,13C
f 50 places Dress Gmsnams., 12-t! and 15<:. values, par jard. .......ioc i

1 1 oIf'I : 13, pikes. Fancy' Cotton. Walstlags. :20,' :23! and 33c. value. .. ...iac: ...

PE.NSACOLA. FLORIDA. 'EDNES DAY MORNING. JANUARY 3, 1906 I : DEPARTMENT.
KNIT UJMDERWEAR T. j

( d if$- g H Ka1;a 1 '' ieIF H:[his vii..1' H i 50 pairs IIIss o**'and Children's, Wool Pantlets, 50. 75c< ani $100 :

.1 I gifts for various purposes amount 0 value: to go ate. .. .. '.. .... .. .. .. ,. ..-..... .... ,2Sc .
WHERE THE JOURNALfa >ed 'to 520.099.COO The grand total, oi t 35 pairs Ladies' Pants, ?5c and $1.00 values, to go at .. ....... soc: : a

i CAN BE FOUND. *I his benifactkms' to date, as far as 60 Infants': Fleeced L:.ned Cotton Undershirts to so at------ tOe .

----- known is $1: ,S82:6i3: : John rjRockefeller > -2'Ai \\ rzcri1Qoss & : LADIES AND CHILDREN'S CLOAKS TO CLOSE OUT AT SPE.

ijF The Pensacola Journal Is ont gave $ll,6 5.000 during : CIAL PRIES.
P sale at the following places In.f *
\ the city: y6;, the year bringing his grand total to

Bay Hotel. .# $61. llOOO. I

Coo's .Book Store. I L..9r & Watson.
*. Depot News Stand. 444 $2 H *44444 f :
Gem Book Store. 6JL L :
Hotel' Escambia. *! 4 FLORIDA AND e .. eeceee.e soeeeea+oeHeseea

#.. Merchants HoteL THE NEW YEAR. 71 / j.

dt Southern HoteL #I 4 .. w // / X00 .ow+o.oooie:..ooeeoieeo.aoaoeo.ooooe.e
Thompson's Book Store Ocala Banner. tI -

Walker's Book Store. *1 I I d' jI I The Best Spring in the World
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Florida starts out on toy New Year .
in splendid shape. ", ; : l : : For $4,50. '. r :
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The Fuel! Question i\ : 4
Her turpentine industry is in the : _. Y- That's, a ))Ig. broad statement, ,butf wa : ; :
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'I will stick to It.
In Florida. zenith of ,,ita splendor and is flooding /
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its 't ,
patrons
with II'
a stream of wealth
:The preparation of peat for fuel IT'S, THE '"VICTOR .
almost equal to the stories tola? of ,
promises at no distant day, to be one :
Standard Oil. : and It is noiseless won't sag, always retains an even
of the leading Industries, of Florida UNCLE SAM THAT'S ABOUT THE ONLY ,PLACE LEFT FOR MB TO TRADFJ'AT THESE'DA 3 .
This is not a fiction of the imagination I : t' perfectly smooth mattress surface: Is yielding, and conforms .
in fact, the work of developing, this but the' doubting Thomas has perfectly to the body; will last a lifetime and 13 :
source of wealth is already underway Z guaranteed absolutely for five years. .
but.
to open his eyes to see that it Is *###*i *# **# % i SECRET OF CHARM. '
Under the caption "Fuel Is

: norlda the Savannah Morning true.The lumber industry is better thanit Mr. L I Cultivate' the' -Ability to Appear Cneonicloui I MARSTON & QUIIWA,
t I In-Defense of
News has the following to say rela- lJlor. of Self.
ever has, been the demand is ever 108/110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola Fla.e .
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tive to the matter: One must be unconscious of self In
increasing and the "
prices are satis
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Heretofore It has been feared that factory. The man who owns a sawmill ;* Jacksonville Sun. r.& ,, order to be considered charming. Following ...ee.eeeee/ee.OONeee.N.,.e0?.OOe00e00e0e.0.0....J
Florida! ooula': scarcely become a R: the Golden Rule entitles a woman -
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manufacturing state of considerable and timber lands in Florida hasa to be called charming. She must
importance, owing to the lack of fuelS fortune fet hIs fihger tips x 7f- ###****X* '
be good or she cannot be charming; not
S" and<< water power. Thy state has no I I j The phosphate industry is now controlled .,0: ell: n long 'acquaintance-that 1:3: where New Crop Cane Syrup

Cr coaol and her sole native fuel has up by a few operators and those We have had a choice selection of able to sea ;merit in the view taken there i. a;,lack of sincerity it is easily
to this time been drawn the
from
rapidly disappearing forests thepeninsula who are fortunate enough to be members news and comment on the Lamar-Wll by Lamar bnd) ''I Shackleford on the rate discovered,"perhaps not in the course' .. ",
I is almost flat practicallyfrom ; of the syndicate need not con llamas row in the national house of representative regulation question, when that view i of a few visits but later on. Put up in all size packages
suit oiL palmist for this product is active for mental grazing, '
Is
our There a difference in the true and
one end to the other, so that both was not his: ::although the view,
in the
foreign and domestic rway
about all the
and have absorbed
: false coin. Think
there fall we ring of a not to de-
are no to
or
power for turning mill rapids wheels generate Mean markets an-a! the prices renumerative..More facts in the case and the comments I.of Lamar and Shackleford has ,become -' ceive. ;It:la' Impossible. All,exert an WRITE FOR PRICES
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than this chemical factoriesare the view of majority of con- ,
while the soil is excellently) adaptedto thereon. I 'I Influence for good or ;evil upon those: . .
baing erected near the mines for -
that gressnun.: i
the production of fibers that might We are fully aware of the fact they conic In contact "with. Why not
the manufacture of the product which The action Was unjust, because Mr Southern ,States lumber
Williams ; '
If power were readily and cheaply will mane the, mining more attractive our opinion of John Sharp I let itbee the former It Is much the Supt. Stores, Company
accused the two gentlemen
available, be largely employed In the will not have any effect on the political Williams happier A pleasant impressionnever
manufacture of various sorts of aqd profitable fortunes of Congressman Williams} of breaking the rule of a Democraticcaucus way.
Railroad: building for the New Year works 'harm to any one and PEN ACOLA. FLORIDA
coarse and even fine cloths. It is and would have.kept it screened from what Mr. Lamar proved clear- '
promises to tell wonderful, almost lingers In the mind as long as the memory -.
claimed and with apparently gooof the public gaze if the remarkable per that no caiicus had Jtieen called on the .. ,
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fairy-like story, for Floridlans. not rate regulation question when the .of the person.lasts, says Woman'sLife.
reason, that there are nathe Florida formances of the gentleman had : rule '.,
The'' Florida East Coast railroad is $
fibers that will compare-with flax in reachej across the Florida border and was ma.de.On'th contrary the meeting : Order Your
to
strength and fineness and that only bq extended from the taain land touched the people of 'Florida throughone was beli;for: the' purpose of 'con-<: A charming woman takes a broad
machinery for separating the fiber to Key West It is to buffet thedepths I of their servants now doing dutyIn sidering a matter personal to Mr Wil view of Ute, She cannot be narrow. ICE COAL and WOOD'Consumers'
as well as the waves and tho lIams-the of his She wounds not her friends with' un
from the pulp and power to drive the I congress. question resignation: '
tides of the It will freD1 ttxo
sea. not be
l machinery. are lacking: for the devel- and only Because he has done this, we now of his leadership. kind words If, she chides, it''Is with
unique marvelous in its
construction I Ice and Fuel
opment of a lake textile industry in but in view of the completion of give utterance to the opinion,we formed a gentle manner. Company. I
the peninsula state. th-9. Panama Canal, will be entirely sometime ago, and pronounce the Mr. Lamar did perfectly right to To deserve to be- rolled a charmingwoman II Office-Comer Chase and Tarragon Phone 259.
The TImes-union is strong in the practical In its results. It will become gentleman from Mississippi an incom- protest against the unjust action of I one :must be charming wo-

belief-that the fuel or power question the key to trade'and traffic am; petent leader; a compromising, easygoing this discredited leader, and the proper I men as well 'as to men otherwise the
lias practically If not actually been its daring and picturesqueness will power' worshiping Democrat; time to. do It was the very first time charm would'be a. very one sided thing .
solved. In nearly every part of the draw travel fromall lands. and a small, biased unjust man. he had a chance.As II so to speak.. It is easy to charm a man PHONE 'ss.NEWMETHOD
state there aro great deposits of peat stead convicted of ail three to the Williams remark that Democratic
Down the west coast the SeaboardAir He In many:cases, not so easy a woman.Is .
that may be made available In Ire- Lin? railway Is being extended to counts in our Indictment; against him dirty linen should not be washed -, there a wom.ul.so unfortunate: as LAUNDRY
land 'Scotland: England! and Den- Boca Grande Pass the most southernly when be left Mr. Lamar and Mr.ShackMord .I In presence of Republicans- -this I not to be charming to some one?
mark peat Is entenslvely used for the point for a deep water outlet. It off the Interstate Com comes under the head of buncomb and:

production of heat anal power. Still, r is said to be one of the finest harbors merce Committee because these two belongs .:>n the list of high-sounding!I c. w. LAWRENCE' ,-Pr priatas H. 8 Wi.1 Romgmm St.. "ffm.ma.l., Fit
It is a fact that even in those coun- on the Coast of Florida and the extension gentlemen aid not agree with him last but cheap clap-trap used by persons:Il CURRIED CHICKEN. .
tries it cannot be used economically of the ,Sea.boardral1way to this session on the the rate regulation short on logic and long on wind. I l -
I except,where" it,is found and.preparedfor ,I point will increase our, traffic withCuba question.. If the immaculate shirt front of 'A Good Recipe For Preparing TblDellshtfvl .
use close at 'hand. It is so bulky South Democracy Mr. Williams: DI.b,. :
America and other foreign -.- was soiled. *
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that it cannot be transported for any markets I Mr. Williams showed his incompo- was th3 man who put the dirt on It,I r Carries are easily made If the experimenter 'A Moitey'Savefr S .... '

considerable distance without the the : The orange industry of Florida is :tency as a leader by committing so im- and being polled, let us not b3 too par:I' .)is content to begin with simple Sucrenefforse; : : y_

i cost of carrying. eating of up and margin that of raphrty recuperating and most of her politic an act as this open and flag ticular about the place of the cleans! recipes. Almost any meat or vegetable, Sacw..ittbe' -..
between the price peat have been rebliltated since the : small minority ing let's be that the is t
groves rant insult to two of the ; sure washing ;;
of fish and fowl be
coal not> to speak ,
coal.: As compared with peat may sprint tie Bart
great freeze of 1895. No fruit equals he has undertaken to lead to the done promptly and well salve
Is a tow-energy fueL so that one the Florida oranze; and it will oontln accomplishment ,of good to the coun I Some of Mr. Lamar's critics have j I curried and experience: lets' the light # t' !.

pound of the former will do the work ue to occupy the front place In the try through the. adoption of Democratic hurled the tsrnbb accusation against', in on a.number of delightful com bin aI : : C".;f'J t2t..t4tf esa T' 't. ,
of Sour or five pounds of the latter '; I ti ns. Curried chicken Is perhaps the .
markets, principles him that ha was thrusting himself into: .. .. .. ,1r
But where the peat is to be had close The pineapple industry continuesto ; It Is an unwise'leader who 'chastises the limelight. Well, that's what .we best thing, to begin with. Cut up the Feed

at hand, it for makes coal.a It very is claimed sa.tlsfa.ctorysubstitute that I widen its acreage and the fruit U : his soUIers when the enemy is so pay him for i I chicken as for stewing. Fry an onion SOLO IN 7HIS'CITY,8Y.

the Florida peat Is of good quality so choice that enjoys an almost exclusive much stronger numbers, and the The calcium glare is a good thing: half a tart apple and It there Is no \' F. S. MELLEN &. CO.
and that when: properly prepared will monopoly in the markets and fight is just about to begin.. When to turn on congressmen, and when-It' prejudice against the fragrant herb r

give about as much energy as the is driving out all competition.The Napoleon took command of the armyof shows them fighting a position on an'i I:two cloves or garlic all cut up fine In y Iv
while it has I -
peat ,of Ireland. It may be that the vegetable industry Italy, he did not find fault' with a important committee wher they can butter'until of a golden color. Put the H.N'lI '* 1i'4 H i*** "i"MJ
had some seven set backs, still holds
Florida peat deposits will solve the single man for his ragged appearanceor do good service for the people they; chicken, In this and fry until slightly
out'a.ttractl'n.. Inducements to its
problem of manufacturing in that his breaches of discipline. He overlooked represent, as did Mr. Lamar lucky lathe brown. The object Is to sear the outside -
S votaries. '
state. Another possibility Is that thu be equitably If adjusted freight ,rates the raising can ever ofearly their faults and kindled their rvant.state that has a limelight.loving I of the fowl. Now season with salt REESE-MENDEL I TAILORING CO !

Floridians, with the use of peat may vegetables will always be a enthusiasm by pointing to the fertile white or ,,red pepper and two heaping ,

l a able to make "real" Irish and"h.lskYr tempting Florida, industry plains of Italy' and inviting, them tQ I I teaspoonfuls, of best ,cUrry powder.Tern1 I 11 N. Palafox Street. -, a
Scotch '\\ It Is asserted that In no department endeavor is the feast. BUTTONS AND STRINGS. 'the, pieces over and over to distribute -

those famous beverages, get their :more enterprise shown than in her Napoleon led his minority ,to glorious (- 'the seasoning. Just cover with BUILDERS OF MEN'S FINE
smoky taste from the peat. with newspapers and] In this field Florida victory and enormous heaps) of Gave Time and Temper by Paying : i CLOTHES. |
'r hot water, cover, tightly and cook slow- -
which:' they are distiHed.Ma.or occupies front place and hr enter- spoils taken from the enemy. I Attention <. Year Clothes.. :
prise in this a as in all other lines of Buttons and strings are likely to :,ly for three' hours. Before covering 1 We hav* just received a full line of samples for SPRING' AND *
several add halt cupful of grated fresh cocoanut -, % SUMMER SUITE tsi
his presentter'a The minority leader has much %
McCIellan says industry corrects and sets at nought pro\"e'a source of unhappiness In e '
will probably be the last political the story that her climate is enervating times shown himself a' compromising, the daily experiences unless the 'old not the desiccated cocoanut, We .extend. a cordial invitation to our friends to'call and examine 0*
Demo. Just before In the Z same: ..
e&sy-"olng power-worshiping) serving squeeze Juice
shiftless. '
and her people !
bold He may adage is remembered that a stitch in 8!I
office he will ever The; population of Florida Is in- crat. time saves nine. Carefnl scrutiny'and; of half a lemon, taste and add extra & Gentlemen's Pressing Club. Dues $1.50 to $%.50. *

have an eye to the fact that Tammany creasing, her cities are' rapidly building In the list Democratic national convention supervision should mark the are of flavoring it. desired. Sometimes a few | E. L. REESE, i
braves will be out In force after he found in, the ranks, : J. MENDEL.
up; her educational facilities are was r drops( ef kitchen bouquet greatly im ai
gloves, underclothing, mantles: 'goo'nsand E
: and for the Belmont- *' his political scalp if ire ever becomes being enlarged and Improved and her was mouthpiece I for that matter everything that pfCvesthe a\"or. Serve perfectly boil.
charities are not overlookedThe Ryan-McC'rrren Wall Street'brand of ed rice In border and of
a
: a candidate( agitn.ExGovernor! year 1906 promises big things Democracy, that saddled the placid, depends on a button or a button's. la- put plenty ...***iMHHMWHMHHHHHHe..... .. a X'1F'iF9tdFfi'fE JI'A ii i' f**5i**
; each should
plate. Chutney
for Florida! colorless, learned one' of Esopu on tive, the hook and eye. These should gravy on I
Odell promises some the Democratic host that needed a be looked after when they are added to always, be on the table.. I DIAMONDS WATCHES, JEWELRY,

political revelations that will shock Watson's Magazine-Increase in. Price Saul, not a Daniel. to leaf thorn' the wardrobe and before they have CLOCKSPRECIOUS; : STONES BRONZE 3 |
Tree Coar.
t the country. That Is, unless Roosevelt Brginnims with the February ((1906)) against the foe.' t been Initiated Into the familiarity .'of: e. 1 .. ,
True is cool and calm. The
and Higgins are real good and allow number, our Magazine will be called In the last ,congress ,Mr. Williams common use, else perchance the wearer courage STERLING SILVERWARE, i
bravest of have the least of
the Watson's Magazine. It will have a exhibited his right to the title,of compromising Goes forth to the ,dally toil ort the men a
him to name the speaker of insolence and in the ART POTTERY OPTICAL GOODS
handsomer cover. Several new features easy-going, powerworshipin hour's social duties and is embarrassedto ,,} brutal, bullying ; I
New York assembly. will be add!d. The price at Democrat when he so complacentlyFell find a button gone or a string broti: n. rery time of danger are found the CUT GLASSWARE.

bookstores and,news stands nil! be 15 into the net that his Republican ,A half: boor devoted to care-of them,most serene pleasant and free. Rage, I i'i't i ii
Santa Claus Witte will have his cents. friends spread for him on the tariff In the first place will save one's time ," we know, .can: make a coward forget "

own troubles digging up a suitable To be Just to 'our present subscribers. reform question and the rate regulation one's temper and one' nerves i J'the himself and fight but what is done In

present for Czar Nick by next Sunday.It we have decided receive, renew question. : days and months which are to follow fury and anger can never be placed to :'Engraving and Fine Stationery. i ii
als and 'new subscriptions at $1.00 a The Mississippi statesman read' his : before the new clothes become old.. the account of eourage.-Lord Shaftesburjv i y
to March 31st. 1906. After title clear to we :bring '
the charge
is said hat Kansas City Is In- year, up : Perfectly adjusted buttons and string! .
that the ctibscription price will be against whim as a small biased unjust '
tested with wolves. So is Wall $1.50 per year. man. in his action! against Messrs. :: and hooks to and,eyes are absolutely necessary ,' J( e.l.c Out of Dancer. i ':'Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention. i

Street This is a golden opportunity for Lamar and: Shackleford.It .: the completeness and. elegance .Lady Frederick Cavendish once told Y

those who are not within easy reach was small because he 'nsei the 'I of the"toIlet.. A careless person I I'r 4a story ln-ttlustratlon of the prevailing 1j r. .to.. _.Of: ,-, Ca
Macaroni has gone up in New York. of news stands. If you have never power Tasted In him by his party to may be known by the generally: unfin ignoraqce. in classes-in England.A -
+ Ul dynamite bomb did the business. seen the magazine: ask for Dimple: punish two" ""of his party whose views 'r ished look of her own and her chip I II poor! ; woman certain in discussing : E.G.. Zmdek Jewelry Co. i

J I copy, mentioning this paper and, address were not Ms views. on a matter of I dren'g clothing by her frequent teaorr: propriety
of washing her ctUd's head said '*
Andrew Carnegie is easily the ,- Tom Watson's Magazine, 121 party policy. I to pins and"the'other evil-trademark? : : ; 1'< MOBILE ALA. if
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Grand Dictator Tfios. F. WrightonLeft Dollar

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W M Hon. Thomas Wrighton left grand To get rid of Indigestion, a
dictator of Florida,, Sunday morning
% J c for a tour ot visiting the local
% $,< ru lodges Knights of Hdjwr) of Florida, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach,
throughout the state.:,: He will be
gone for probably; a'month, as the Belching of Gas, Catarrh of rrf -
m. Knights of Honor are located in every
Shoes m part of Florida, and .he. is expectedto the Stomach other
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this trip. .
1 The officers of this ,order In this disorder due to Indigestion. elx
N slate have always ,been men of the sew
highest' standing and Pensacolas Is
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Honor themselves by ,haying.ThomasF.
ffl TAKE NOTICE .. Wrighton' at their head.
% THATIl 18 The high ,rank this fraternity has'
attained in Florida is in a ;?rea; r
$ N measure due to tha character of the'KI'cdgDYSPEPSIA
ty men who have guided ,the,affairs, and (

$ We have just received a Big Shipment of the Celebrated 18 the this future and other usefulness to the kindred citizenship and fraternal help of the organizations of- L! Ip v >

j Packard Shoes in the state is assured when one reflects on
Very Newest and Swellest m the high standard opt character maintained -

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.. A Hatt* '.,Trick. ,

m Plain Leather $3.50. Shiney Leather $4.00. IS know"There" said are tricks a New in every York trade clubman.you 'Digests What You Eat GUARANTEE COUPONIf

"Even In retail hat selling many dodge after using two-thirds of the contents of a dollar
0ft N are employed."I bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia Curs you are not satisfied with .
I have been a dyspeptic all my life have tried all kinds of it or can honestly say that it has not benefited you.take
said to a hatter one day: Dyspepsia remedies, but continued to get worse. Could eat the bottle back to the deale from whom you bought it
"'I don't see how ;you can afford to but little and suffered greatly. I was reduced in weight and and we will refund your money. All we ask is that you
W'M. iron for nothing all the silk hats,you run'down to nothing in strength. After using a few bottles of be honest with us. Situ this guarantee coupon and leave
!
JOHNSON & SUN I sell.' ', .. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I began to Improve and am now fully it with your dealer who must mail it to us with the outside
fj "The man nodded at me'gravely. restored in weight. Health and strength. I am now able to do wrapper from around the bottle.

"We have to do it, sir,' he said. : my own work and can MRS.eat MARY whatever S.I CRICK.like. White Plains. Ky., ltime..........................._....._....."......?....... '
The hats would last too long Ifwedidn't
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2222a2aaaaaa2aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa >oU rbotU kold !!H IUBM many such teatltnp&i'H at t*.L&h-I i
The Last Word. [ i* ock. u t!. I menials OA flla is ,ontoOryotlC.DeWI"I 0 + -
-- trial,K V>c mt ilM. I oat Oflle*. '0.".aUc to.II.l.4 1
"Does your wife insist on having the

BIG CHANGEIN REVIVAL SERVICES dulges last word in impertinent'questions.?" asked?the person .who in- TO ALL DEALERS; The $1,00 size Kodol. Dyspepsia Cure is guaranteed only to

WEATHERWILL "Not at all," answered Mr. Meekton. purchasers who present our printek coupon properly filled out at time of sale with name and
"It 13 I quite customary for me to close address. We will
WILLCOMMENCE the conversation with "very well' or protect dealers only upon presentation of this coupon. E. C, DeWitt & ?

some such remark to indicate' that I Co., Chicago, U. S. A. r
PROBABLY BE FELT THIS understand what Henrietta intends to w 1".1
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MORNING SOUTHEAST ON ACCOUNT OF; Rev. George F." Robertson, of Paris, Texas,_ to Commence" a Seriesof convyy.-Washington Took the Hint. SEWING-HINTS. E. B. ACOSTA &. CO. Prompt. delivery to any part of the Gcity.

WINDS. Revival Meetings at the Presbyterian' "This seems likea sweet dream" herapturously When joining a bias piece of materialto Office and Yardto tnsaeo
remarked as he lingered a straight"piece always keep the Itbo/esal.a.dRetelIDealers I. gong St.. Pe la. FlL 28PhNonTarra.

An advisory storm warning Church To-night. with her;at the,doorstep."It bias piece underneath. as this preventsIt
message doesn't seem like a dream to me" from stretcblng. coALp:9p AND ICE
received last
was night at 9 o'clock
she replied "for a'dream soon vanishes Halt worn sheets, should be cut in : _ J
from the central weather office in yeu know." 'U.IIeIatw., half lengthways,theselvages; seamed :...........................................' .......
Washington giving Information the] lie vanished. *** '
of together and the newly. cut edges hem
Broach; of a storms It Is probable ;F L : '. coed This Considerably lengthens their

taat the high winds will cause a decided I -: Der.' : lease: of life i I The Brilliantly Illuminated Window I
change In weather conditions \"1 ul'tdecid" ,"she said, '"whether to When sewing a thin material such as
take hat but it Is .
the or not just the of
and that it will be much colder] chiffon on the machine place a piece
today thiog "
dearest, I've seen thLt season. paper underneath the material. It will t Is an Invitation the purchaser seldom declines. :
altough the message does,not,so state. .., "The dearest?." asked" the husband, prevent puckering) and can be easily 0 '
The wire is as follows with a sardonic langh., "Then It's certain removed afterward.To .

"V.'ashington. Jan. 2.' 1906. :. that you'll take.It." avoid marking velvet when sewIng : Welsbach Outside Gas Arc Lights : ,

"Observer, Pensacola Fla."Advfgol" : it, jay another piece face downwardto
]' warning at 10 p. m. Th9 Nothing Sew. rest fingers on, and you will i
depression over eastern Texas will : "' f "Do you believe in original sin?" your J Light up the windows and store front as no other light; 2
find when have finished sewing
probably cause brisk southeast winds "No; therms nd such thing. They'veall you t no one thing attracts the attention so much aes a brilliant :
;et that the pile will not be flattened.
along the muddle gulf late tonight,and been used hundreds of times."- light.. Gas for lighting is ti
Buttonholes on shirts should be stitched
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during Tuesday'forenoon. Cleveland Leader.
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"HENRY." .nt'ir c round with strong cotton Just out- i
h side the buttonhole stitch while they Safest, Cheapest, Best. *
.. Most disfiguring skin 'eruptions.scrofula. .
.
- are new. If this is done they will last '
imples! rashes, etc..
: K are due
to,impure blood. Burdock almost a'lf long as the,shirt itself with-
Blood Bit- I Pensacola Gas Company |
T ters Is a cieatsingblood tonic. Makes\ out tearing away.
Y!: you cl{>ar-e>2d, clear-brained, clear-. +1
HEALTHIs skinned. The Smoothing"" Iron.. : Phone"148., '24 and 27 E. Garden Street. t
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of the irons has much to do
J The state OOOON1000.OPf+'NNON NN AOtSNONNNNO NNNNN:
withtbe success of the Ironing. When -
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ESGAMBia OYSTER DEPOT. the irons show"a tendency toward rusting --
wrecked on the rock of ,
or.black), specks it Is time that they i
Phone. 1210. are washed in soapsuds., Dry them SHINGLES SASH. DOORS. WINDOW\ GLASS
Fine Perd'do! Bay Plant and Escam- carefully after this washing. Sandpaper ,
CONSTIPATIONThere bia Oysters at reasonable prices. is a good thing to have at hand BUILDING MATERIAL. 'I '

REV. GEORGE F. ROBERTSON. when irons become sticky with starch.
C. Tabarras & Co. Rubbing an iron once or twice across Phone II. 11. G. DeSILVA I & CO. : ..tr

are thousands of men I the sandpaper will render it smooth
and women in this country CARE' OF BEDROOMS. again. If'the sandpaper is lacking,dry
whosa health has'been wreckedon
WILL BE CONDUCTED EVERY elt oa a piece of paper will answer
lie rock of. Constipation. Vbe AVeeUlr Cleaning and IIow It i r the 'fame' purpose. Flatirons should B. L. HALL & CO.
Ales, Asthma, Chronic Headache DAY AT 10 A, M. AND 7:30 P. ,M., Should Be Performed. not be left where the steam of cook- .

other, chronic Indigestion nervous and many affecuono. <> COMMENCING TO-NIGHT AND For the weekly cleaning-out of a r flEDS 11 11WB Ing can reach them: as that causes WILL SELL, FOR SIXTY DAYS :

They have tried many bedroom one should collect all the required I them' to rust Always set the Irons FOUR FULL QUARTS ; it

prescriptions only to grow worse LARGE CONGREGATIONS: ARE articles to work with, such as away on 'end rather than flat on the ...OF... '
and melancholia and have nearly <* EXPECTED AT EACH' 'SERVICE. the long carpet whisk, the dust pan shelf. Those which have once been tt
forgotten the meaning of perfect and brush the dust sheets and the mattress ICB. allowed to. grow red hot never retain THE CROWN OF' BALTIMORE PURE RYE WHISKEY";
health. the beat BO well afterward.
They eke oat a
brush.
This Is followed by the
miserable existencewith the belief The Rev George F- Robertson,I FOR $3.50.
brushing mattress
of the and the dust-.
there is relief who comes to the Presbyterian church
no permanent
It is to this class of to-night for a series of meeting Is' Ing of the bedstead. SUCCEEDWhen Removing Stain Other brands at rock-bottom prices. You get your
attended at
to
Unless both
tererg that w e moststrongly, from Paris Texas. MX. Robertson i{ Make curtains.the bed and shake"and' pin. up and coffee' stains are'very once difficult tea to goods the same' day order is received. Give us a trial ,
where he any Remove short :.1usllnf i
Alabama
peal is originally from j I
They have '
wha- relief! is can in store for no tiUf.1 served a church at Uniontown in that I F f blinds. Dust all the ornaments and remove. When fairly; fresh they may order. 'B. L. HALL & CO.
until thy have availed th state and went from there to Texas i I, place on a tray outside'the room. be soaked in buttermilk and then left ----
selves of a bottle of several years ai.o.' accepting: a'can to i Shake and fold up all toilet 'covers, You Buy, to dry In the open air repeating the r c QfSt
Pans, where he, served one of the and cover the bed and large pieces of process if necessary.after which wash
Get the Best.
leading Presbyterian churches in that furniture after dusting -with dust In cold water. Another recipe is to "H'eRE IT IS

Ktate. sheets. Roll up rugs and mats and It's the Cheapest in the End. spread the stain over a basin,, rub It ,
Long Life I Being especially adapted to evangelistic carry out of the room to be shaken. well with.powdered borax: and then
the pastorate and with it 'Happy New Year,
work, he resigned ,
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I Then sweep the ceiling cornice and pour absolutely boiling water throughit N ,
I of the Paris vChurdi,and has since I ",'al1s1th a clean broom covered witha A solution of saunas is also said .- and hoping you won't burn out.
liver i that time ,devoted his time exc.ushe- clean duster. w41dows'aI1I.l excellent for these I If you do, though, you'll get
I and Kidney Cure ly to this high,calling. He is ill great: Shut the landreth'sNew to be removing s
I cernaud wherever'he is known, sprinkle the strip of carpet with clean, stains, but if pace sent tor the I laundryand every penny jou're Insured'for."
I II, Rev. Robertson a gospel preach drained tea leaves. Sweep the carpet boiled they become almost IneradI I It's a bright idea to take out

A treatment that has cured ,of great eloquence and power and J. with a long bandied carpet whisk ,toward lcab e. _.. I In one of these substantial
thousands of almost hopeless said to be free from all sensational! one pile sprinkling and sweep- of ours.
< cases i methods. No doubt he will nisei ing in strips till the \\hoe! is clean, Ham Ball With Tomato Saare.Mix companies: t
afterward sweeping the wooden sar.. Crop well together two cupfuls of finely -

,Pensacola. roundings with a hair broom. Then chopped Lam,, a few grains! of cayenne i f A New Year's Policy
I
Prepared by The services: tbe m.. open the windows and len.e'the door: pepper. Iwo tablespoonfuls of 1
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each day at 10 a. m. and 7:30 ext P.nd:t1 i closed for dust to settle. thick cream one cupful of grated,
and a cordial invitation J is all-the Just'Received. t Yo.i'11 enjoy New Year's Day
While waiting prepare ,things cane: pepper, twp; tablespoonfuls of r
| long Life Remedy Co. to all to. be present. I i that have been removed ready to re:- J cold boiled rice and one well beaten I .4-,:' tetter and be at ease in your
A Card.' place. The dust sheets may now be egg. Shape :with a wooden spoon into ei0 M" ml:!". Why not do it to-day
This Is to certify that all druggistsare I removed carefully)) shaken la the open small balls. roll In crushed cracker You'1 better.
authorized to refund your money 1 air. folded and put away. crumbs end fry in deep fat to a golden I -
Anniston Ala. If Foley's Honey and Tar,fails to cure t Dust first the ,highest things-windows brows Serve on triangles of hot buttered -
your cough or cold.. : It stops th,!] door frames, etc. and after rub-,' I W. A. D'Alemberte, toast.pens over half a pint of I McDAVI ':i1'YER COMPANY
For sale byHANNAH cough, heals the '! *!* pad prevents: bing the furniture the wooden stir thick tp'n"t"'auce.' ,
serious results from a co} Curs U ..rocudings would be gone over with a Druggist and Apothecary, AGENTS NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.
grippe cough and prevents pneumoniaand damp rubber dry duster and floor pol Itching piles provoke profanity but
BROS: consumption. Contains no opi- ish. Now'clean the windows.:;an ates. The genuine is in a y low! I wet k's duty Las been done to the bed SovtfePalafox Street Ointment cures, itching bleeding or PENSACOLA FLA. '
I package. .Rtfuss ;substitutesW..A." room. J.2t protruding piles afttr years of, suffer-
D'Alembert" druggiat. fad apotiecarn' in.A' ',any drug store. I J r
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proud
OF WRS. LANDRUM. that they have been ')samewhers'e J'n n ({)) : : :. ... ..' I

Mrs., James R. Landrum gave an I night and several '"wheres"every Jry'r.. ,' "y'." ,,>. :";. ,p 10:":
informal reception Monday night that day. / \ ., -" +

i' attracted a large number of callers The collie: boys gave a lovely ((( ... . :: .'. :
; from 8 to' 12. I cnnce: for Ue: girls the Friday night \ i "' .

*: As this was the first opportunity before New Year in return for the, i' ..'! '
't their friends have had to greet Judge I many hospitalities the "coming". :, :; to more central quarters-and am n0w'locatedat 112 South Palafox i

End raige.Mrs In Landnim their since their mar- belles rro\ed hate themselves sharedwith them and ;. street, next to'tJ1e Clutter MusicHouse.. For the :
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; own home all who "just perfectly
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could; availed themselves of ,the New swagger hosts II) \ :,
: Year privilege ana all were hospitably The older set as usual abandonedthe )
I entertained. carpt to ,their successors and 7/ ,4 -
: Mrs. Landrum was charmingly as- contented themselves with those in- I : 'lB! >st of Everything Jewelry I Ii I
:r' sted: by her sister Miss Wheat :of fcrmal gatherings of a congenial few j. -- -
t&a navy yard, Mlrs Haight and herb that! become dearer and dearer as -';'
%;: mother Mrs. Eaton. the years flit by. ',,' .
, .' The rooms were bright with holly Bridgenled: by pker"JJUchre; and

j berries and folllage. other card games monopolized tha .:. Cut Glass, Silverware, Novelties Watches, Diamonds, and all i
)Ilss Haight and her beautiful voice attention of the married set those i
assisted greatlv in entertaining the who are not married not always declining i\ Goods of Quality. call on me there. i
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! guests, as did Mr. Harvey of the navy a "hand." r
I ; :)yard whose readings were a source But-on the uhol* there is a lassitude -
i of delight especially his "A Night At I ovor society that usually char ( j
! tie Club." which was very fine. acterizes Ute winter preliminaries to
r :The evening entire was most enJoyable ; the short> season which appears to begin ""ISO M ANDERSEN9L 11
! ,>" and addea1 If possible to the a little later, close a little earlier L
I popularity of the hosptable! Judge and wax a little more "whirly" each
end his charming wife. )ear. .
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A LUNCHEON New Year was more generally observed : '.. ,
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than usual but the forma'ltics .L
:Miss Nellie Qulna entertained most without .
-. rtiaraingly twelve of her girl friends that have heretofore prevented I ;! Rm.rr *
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Thursday afternoon at the beautiful! many men from venturing to call. ",JUI"J ' tome of her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. To the average business man 1 I OLIVE I '

4 G. Qnina on Spring 11111 avenue in nothing is more burdensome titan' ',,:. : Iii ALLAN'S .

honor of Miss Ethel Marzonl of Peusacola. mere convention Especially In the 1s ,, 4 .,\ .'r I ,.".., : ,.' !I l
iratter of calling The # "
: and Miss Andre Frederic, of upon women. f 's"-._ -
New Or' ms. Promptly! 2 o'clock; average man is apt to have exaggerated ;; ,. ,. Special; to The JournaL ; ": .
the young ladies were ushered into idaas as to what women expect Olive, Jan. 2,-We are having very JANICE.
the dining room, where a dainty two- of nlm in the way of "manners" ;, :: -" } disagreeable weather ,but our school
really meaning mannerisms-when .t. ir progressing nicely. .
::; course luncheon was served. The -' I i
dining! -room was most tastefully]) deco the truth is that the average woman There 'was preaching at the Olive ...
rated In holly red ribbons and fear- differs! In the matter from the average ... -' .'" Baptist, church last Sunday by Rev. One Dollar the Ounce g;

lands of electric lights. Gold signet man only in that-she is anxious ., A. S. J. ,Countryman. ;Some very Interesting
., ,
!hat ping were given the two guests to appear well in his eyes sermons were rendered. C '
of honor as souvenirs while beautiful and is thinking too much of the possible Miss Lizzie Merritt was the guestof The]largest sellfng perfume in the worldw

engraved book-marks were* given the I' impression she is making to THE EVER-POPULAR SAILOR DRESS. Miss. Anna Creighton on Sundaylast. The popular new odor. Janice, that created $$2
think of the Impression that he thinks .
rest of the
guests. After lunch was, *
served an auto rida over' the enthe she thinks that be thinks he is mak. in There Is hardly anything so popular;to the body: lining.. upon which the I Mr. Tyalor Majors will leave next the sensation and is now the toast of the fashionable gj
'w1th .\ the catalogue of dress for the wes1 skirt is likewise hung; and the blouse. Sunday night for Wiggins, Miss, after ,
city Ir. F. G. Touart "as chaf- ng.And folks of the 4 four hundred of New York and the Smart D
tour, was enjoyed by the guests who the 'orld's uH of average men nursery as is the sailor! d> Itself: Is drawn on over the head but i spending the Christmas holidays I
were Misses Katherine Touart, EthelSlarzoni and women They are the stay of for sign.her Not only for the little maid but tons on he body lining and buttonholes with his.parents and relatives at this Set of Boston and other Eastern cities, we are. t jjjjj:

Helena nberlien Pearla society-the ballast of the ship of brother as well, this loose and concealed beneath "the deep;: collar place, ; now displaying for the holiday season. |:{
easy and
Soost,. Clarita Moragues. Willie Jett, state-the real foundation' and substantial eminently picturesque blouse serving hold it in place; wnile I Mr. Alex Creighton has ,accepted a
I Eunice )McClure Ida McClure. Edith superstructure upon and in meets with enthusiastic acceptance.'the elastic !band that,is run in the hem position :with the Barrs cane mill. Let us convince you. Free sample for the !:.
I. Damrell, Andre Frederic, and the i I whom the material as well as the In the picture It I Is of white sicilienne.1,1,1a serves to adjust the fullness arouna Mr. and Mrs. J. Caro and twochil- asking. f\
' hostess, Miss Nellie! Quina moral safety of America-pan and material that does not display the the waist. Th, skirt is merely full dren were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
- -.- specific America-Jies.So shrinking qualities of serge or flannel widths of the! sicilienne shirred to the C. I* Ctelghton Sunday last.
-here's to the man and when it passes through the 'cleansing Lillian and Winnie Shupe I HOOTON'S PHARMACY
p ., THE HOLIDAYS OF 05 average body lining and finished with a piain, Miss
ARE NOW MEMORIES. woman. May they draw closer to tub of tha laundress. The blouse follows -.stitched hem. The ,embroideries on made a .flying trip to Pensacola last ,

The holiday vacation Is over and ccch otner-understand each other the regulation lines being of the' the shield are in 'scarlet, as is also week., OPEN ALL NIGHT. r| !|
4 most of the school and college set better and thus sustain the world bet Peter Thompson persuation. Collar). the sailor tI that knots below the Fret J.' A. McKinnon is expected I
i !:ave remvd their studies after the ter in 1906 than ever before. and shield are attached parmanentlyof I.coUar.veUJe.. back to-day to take charge of his 1 Phone, 1100.. THE BIRTHPLACE OF. PROMPT DELIVERY.

brief season of gaiety. -- -- school after spending the holidays .-'JPI'II'--A\. *._""'""''' -
Among the girls who came home ANNUAL MEETING U. D. C. Roosevelt with ,home folks_at De Funiak.i .. .. imS1, m:U .J-.H ai -H.If.r ...'H'...:!.....J'o-u'n......."'..-: .."'.....:..uo.."'....!..u'.......0':0' 'i
for Christmas none have been more A DELIGHTFUL AFFAIR. devoted hospital which is largely Mrs. Goodloe;:Miss Lillie Tay Mrs. .J'. M. Harper and auie son .
to surgical ----- ------ -- -- --
:fetea than "the Belmont girls*' The annual meeting of Pensaco Gerhard cases. Miss lor Miss Dafsye Hyer.. Mr. Walter Joseph were the guests of Mrs. = -

Misses Marguerite and Mary Skinner Chapter, U. D. C. which' took place sacola and leaves carries a fine'With record her .in Pen I, Pitt, Mr. Porter, ,Mr,,,:Vogel, :Mr. Pas- George Harper Monday last. SCIINTIM'IOODS
the
best: OPERA HOUSE
and
., Miss.Marian Avery. Miss Cornie Bass, Tuesday afternoon at the residence. wishes of all who know her and especially I eel Mr. Roberts.
:Miss Mabel Green and Miss Corbett of Miss Leila Reese the retiring president -: the Physicians and The Original.
r of who accompanied! Miss patients Mrs. W. & Co., Chicago originated
Arizona was a splendid and very enthusiastic who S. Keyser expects to leave Foley
personally know
Green hom-a and has been beautifullyentertained l ; assemblage the largest of the'l + her worth. Washington on Friday for home. She Honey and Tar as a throat and lung GO TO EXTREMES.. A MEAL IN A ONE NIGHT ONLY.

in turn by each of the I will bring the younger children but remedy and on account of the great
>ear. I Mrs. Joe Levy of Savannah, Ga., Is PILL IS TOO MUCH AND TOO Friday January 5.
oung ladies. The election of officers was the chief visiting her sister Mrs. a FrIed. Miss Nellie- and Master :Campbell merit and popularity of Foley's Honey ,
Ever since Christmas ever business nnl:}', as no officer is permit I man. A. will remain in school there. and Tar many Imitations are offered LITTLE. GOOD AS OLD-WINE:!
rather since several days before ted to succeed herself an entirelynew I + I -+- -t for the genulc-s.- These ,worthltss imitations THE

Christmas-they have been able to I set was elected resultin's as follows Mrs. S. C. Bonacker's friends will Mr. Buckner Ghlpley>l Is home for'a have similar sounding names.

-- -- - -- --- -- : .- _'. u 'I be glad to learn that/i she' is quite recovered few days Beware of them. ,The genuine Fole ', Thsre is a happy medium betweenthe DONNELLY & HATFIELD
President Mrs. A. B. McDavid. but could not venture out to .. Honey and Tar Is in yellow pack pill which contains a hole meal.
The Latest.Fad. I First Vlce.President-Mrs. M. E the U. D., C. meeting on account of Ii The .progress Club-gave:a fuft dress age. Ask for It au>l refuse any substitute. ani an entire meal which contain no UASMFBENT MINSTRELS
BEAUTIFUL COLLARS I Batts. the weather. dance last night at which -some very W. A. D'Alemberte, druggistand nutriment. To convalescents, or nerve
in the most exquisite designs for Second VIce-Presi-dent-Mrs: J. C. + beautiful gowns were worn the ladles apothecary ous, weak people, whose digestive organs Direction cf Al. G. Field

Ladies and Misses from JOe to Pebley. Mr. and Mrs. George Bredt and all looking: unusually weiL Th-s entertainment should not be heavily taxed a .
EYolDthn of
$1.69 each. Recording Secretary-Mrs. Frank their mother have the heartfslt sympathy committee. :Mr. Philip Okoloosa, and Pensacola Chapters liquid food Is,the: ideal choice. "AmErican Miastresy.;

Mrs. Nordstrom's Tracy. of their friends in their sorrow.j Klein. Mr. A. L. Rosenstein and Mr. American Guild. Queen Beer is the happy medium.It Tommy Donnelly Harry C. Shunk,
Millinery, Corresponding 'Secretary-Mrs. F. The beautiful j.B. L. Members of both chapters are hereby '
sln'ging of the quartette Gundershelmer were extremelyefficient contains the finest nerve tonic Arthur Crawford Lee Edmunds. Gilbert
No. 11 E. Intendencla St. O. Howe. composed of Mrs. J. .C. Peblay and everybody was havinga notified that a joint meeting will
known to science in hops and in malt Losse, Guy Stanl?y.
-- -- -- Treasurer-Mrs. D. Hale 'Vnson.r and Miss Berta White Mrs. MeHenan delightful time when "Home Sweet. be held Wednesday night, January 3. it gives nutrition of bread and meat. The famous Toledos. Tu$cano broth
r The (historian Mrs. S. A. Moreno .ol Miss Gladden was a comforting Home" closed the program.I at 7 f30 o'clock at :Mr. F. E. Brawners's
... ..................Ot I was elected in January '05 and has feature of the funeral service. I .+ store.: All members specially requested Also it is given in a liquid form easy ers, Crawford and Finning.
of assimilation for the The
I I most disordered The minstrel festival "Where
: fwo rears more to serve. + II I to attend as business will be discussed -
J Miss Cornie Bass "
I Miss Margurlte digestion. :These are facts, based Moonlight Falls.
By an amendment to the Constitution Miss that is to
Carrie important
: Roberts returned Sun- : vou.
and Miss Mary Skinner. Miss MarianA natura's functions. Did concert band and
This upon you ever James Finning's
i and bylaws k was unanimously day night from Salisbury, N. c.. accompanied ,-ery. Miss Mabsl: Green and Miss HENRY HORSLER, hares. see a weak, worn out, nervous, dyspeptic symphony orchestra.:
to relieve the
agreed secretary by
Sec.
by her sister Mrs. Price Corbett left Tuesday noon (or Nash- F, E. BRAWNER -
beer'
creating the office, of recording secretary ,who' Is with Mrs. Scarritt Moreno. 31dec3t drinker PRICES-25 50, 75 cents and $1,00
j to their stuul., ,
JT'lle resume
at Belmont
s Try American Queen., It is
anaJ! selecting Mrs. Tracy to fill I! purs
I [ college. A crowd of friends _
I I Advertisement that important position. wholesom, germ proof beverage 4
Mr. and Mrs. Eitzen spent New WEat the station a few accompanying ranking ihead of all other American
: After the business the
meeting retiring A GENTLEMAN'S TASTE IS BEST
Year at Bay Point.guests of Mr. ,and then as far as Flomaton. REGULAR products.
: president :Miss Reese added a
Mrs. Peter Rosasco. '-'and gave them a jolly send off. SUITED WITH A
,
charming social feature serving a delicious I' WEDNESDAY EVENING
:
I Costs lunoheon of salads and sweets,
The
OsceoU Club will give a cardparty .
her sister Miss Lizzie Reese gracefully The Home Missionary Society of RerlTlacr Wilted Roe CERTIFIED CHECK5c
presiding at the tea table. Tuesday nfcfht. I the Palafox M. E. church will meet DANCEby Wilted roses; seemingly fit only for
-+- iii the Sunday school room at 3:30: the rubbish heap may be completely
Mr. C. W. Hagerman to :Mobile the- CIGAR.
: tu more mony than the : POSSUM AND SWEET SPUDS this morning. goes I Thursday afternoon revived and freshened, says National
,
fame space has ever cost I AND'CONDUCTORS :Magazine Put the stem of the
MOTORMEN roses
: AND ROAST PIG DINNER. + All the of fla
I Miss Mattie Tag' aru' and Miss qualities ror aroma -
us before. It Is larger in a tumbler of water.and then
: than the advertisement : I Mr. anal Mrs. Charles Norman entertained Mr. and Mrs. W. deC. Kessler and Dixie Smith o/ Greenville.:Ala., ar- At their hall on West Government St. the place' color and goo(' material Is
tumbler and
which we carried last : their kinfolk and a few sister Miss Mildred Kessler spent rhed last evening on a visit to Mrs. Barrios' four.piece Orchestra will sufficient roses In a vessel of embodied in It.
sire
iriends at four o'clock dinner New New Year out of town. Ool. T. V. 'C. C. Goodman. to allow the entire bouquet
and the rate inch
;+; is year also higher. But per we .. Years day at their home on Cervantes Kessler Mrs. Kessler and Mrs. Nor.!I furnish Music.! : to' be rqn red. ,Cover the vessel i A. Greenhut & Co. ,

are going to make it : in a most hospitable way ris Levis entertained a number of j! Miss Eugenia Bonifay has returned Admission, 25, Ladies Free. tightly and leave ,undisturbed for I
: The dining table accommodated the callers Informally j jfiom i Mobile where she ,went to at- twenty-four hours. By this time the DISTRIBUTORS,
host and hostess and their guests to -- : tend the funeral of a friend. roses will be found all fresh and Invigorated
i Pay Us and i the number of twenty-six. Mrs. H. H. Thornton and Mrs, John .. : as if Just plucked from the FENSACOLA. FLORIDA.

There were ,flowers and Christmas Dt-nham entertained a small:party cJ Miss Mamie D. Bryars gave 'a New 'New bushes with every 'petal' covered with ---------------- ----
i Pay You. :1 decorations 'galore; but the center of friends with a bird supper at tlu Year party at the, residence of her Shoe artificial dew. Wilted lettuce may be 1 I
attraction was a big fat "possum" Country Club last night. Their parents Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Bryars freshened and kept I In condition for
:1 done to a shade and surrounded by guests were }Ir. II. H. Thornton Mrs.E. Monday evening and :her guests hada .
weeks if
: It 1 is going to PAY. US because sweet potatoes that made the*specta. C. Maxwell, Mrs. Albert Hyer. fine time playing \various game, treated. in. the same way.A I
we expect to attract + tor's mouth water. There was alsoa Lieut. and Mrs. J. I, Bryan, Judgo singing and enjoying the refreshments I I Memo
: attention by It and : "sucking pig" roasted with a and Mrs. John C. Avery, Mrs. Super- : served. StoreOn Coolclnc mat. I
,. get your trade. It Is got bright red apple in his mouth. Also A tiny lump of butter dropped into ;
ing to PAY YOU because : chicken turkey and all the ood Miss PatrIa Thiesen leaves to-nght -. the stewpan .will prevent: almost any I
it will he our business to cheer and other things that go boat for Rome Ga., to resume her studiesat liquid from. boiling,.over, and it is always Calendar
t present In this space : with them making altogether a Shorter College after spending tha ( or about January welcome aid to a flavoring process .

every week reasons why notable and enjoyable occasIon A Big holidays with ner' parents 'and enjoy 1st, we will open at ,too. F9r,all vegetables, for applesauce .
+ you can get better service -+- ing her vacation imn: nsely." corner of Baylen and stewed prunes, for custards,'and I

i better, better satisfaction goods everyday and I A SCHOOL'GIRL'SLOVELY RECEPTIONMiss Miss Minnie Pearce. leaves to-day :Intendencla a streets, even for coffee, jt helps,the busy bouse- Pads .
wile who has extra
: :Myrtle Norman. Miss Carrie Porterhouse. for her home near :Memphis after no time to watch
by trading with
than by purchasing us J Cramer and Miss Louise Pfeiffer gavea spending the holiolays: with relativesin her IIOt-e' ep after It boils. Then It !
groceries *. lovely reception to their young; this city. The Shoe saves many an additional staTe clean- j
anywhere else. II for the
Trusting that 'will all : friends New Year night from 5 until lag and the scouring burned pans, I
n: I have a you. + 9. .. ... Steak ':- 'I Mr. M. Paul Jones of New Orl &ns, and last but not least the entire house desk
t ,, The reception, nail was gay With 1 is in the city. a guest of his brother Parlor pervading odor, whjch the awful her. '
holly and four chains of cedar and I Mr. C. M. Jones, at 426 East Zara. aId and reprover of spcU. calamities.

Ji i Prosperoust ; mistletoe were festoohed from. the f gossa street. ThiS is Mr. Jones's old Dorothy Shepherd 'In Ladles' World.
(chandelier two to the parlor door '- !home where he has hosts o. friends: Eavss business men time
Ii; and two to tha stairway. From the i and where ths public at large knows C.. THIESEN" Proprietor.J. and worry. Any engage

1906, :.. chandelier also 1 swung a big bunch of broiled i"c done to a him as, one of the most talented E.;'WILSON,- Manager. Beeswax Linolevm P Ufa..' nent for days ahead maybe
I mistletoe.The rare musicians to whom it has'ever listen We will have a full line of and turpentine polish for
and ,that we may succeed : arch cf the folding doorway between tempting brown, is -a dishthat's ed. It iso be hoped that Pensacola Up-to-Date linoleum Is bard to beat as far as its written on this pad and

j in making this space in the parlor and the dining rooi/i : may have an opportunity "to hear appearance U concerned but it has one called to jour attention
fit 'a kJnC.jUtthe
for
i! The Journal interesting : was draped with moss, mistletog' and some of Mr. Jones's music before he defect-it causes a ellpperinef3 which I at the proper tim?.
: and profitable to you, we .. holly uhlls the dining room was in kind WQ<< serve. leaves Men's and ,Boys' Shoes 1 may be very dangeron to jcWjdren and I

t. : are I'almi'and holly. COME IN AND old people. 4 polish "bl Igh has no such
.
The young hostesses in pretty girl- Quality counts foi more in Extracts We will sell objection is made of
Ii ;Yours for Pure Food. : equal parts of linseed
: I Ia i
; I IFh frocks received their guests In BRING YOUR FRIEND. than 'any article you Buy." Blue Ribbon -' oil and vintfaiv 25 cents.
the ball and themselves servaai the Lemon and Vanilla Apply a little to
l ISol i luncheon of cake wine and punch. and 5-0 highly) concentrated are absolutelypure that flannel cloh$ ruli.lt''reUoqte ]lino'
Cahn & oo.t For Cash leum and I -
,-+- only half the usual quantity ,required Only polish with a clean 4ry cloth. -

Miss Harriet L. Gerhanft' .who came and the flavor is perfect. J

: The Pure Food Store, : to this city during quarantine to take Kitchen Cafe so when you pay for a Palr of Shoes Stops earache /
in two
minutes
Kandy
t :':::;1: Southwest Corner Palatal and 'lntedsacIL :.. charge of the nurses at St. Anthony's I PIANO AND ORGANS. here you :pay for' the Shoes only, not toothach cr pain '0! burn or scald in:; Coe's Bookstore
hospital severs her connection with Cash or easy terms. All piano tunIng for bad'accounts of others and book five
f't .i r: Phon..ll S i that institutionitoday: : and to-morrow I 104 S.Palafox. Phone! '999 and repair work guaranteed. keepers, collectors, stationery, etc.; minutes; hoarseness one hour;
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leaves for,Chicago to accept the ,very j CLUTTER. RUSHING, This 'meaDS that we will]) UNDERSELL twelve ranacleache two hours; ; sore throat, 213 S. PllltOI Sireet.

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.MI W B H BMI MBHM BEGIN THE NEW YEAR RIGHTby "WE SELL: ,LOTS'" -
Timber
Lands
saving your money. Put it in Pen- ,f
Real Estate is Universally Regarded fiacola real ,estate. It will A Few Attractive Offerings in Real Estate.

WORK WHILE YOU SLEEP.I '
List Jar property<,with us if
have,a lat ge number of va.cantlots.. want It sold. '*' $28,500.00-One of the most valuable pieces of property In the cIty
Safest
you
As the of All Investments on East Hi1!, which are offered now' at to I For Sale on a corner and fronting 3 streets ((260x240):! ).
want buy we have
If
you
$CO and $50-$1.00 CASH .. 2O.000.OG-New two story brick building on Garden street near Pal
many bargains. afox with lot 92 feet front. Quick sale. .
and it is. Real Estate is better than and Interest.50 cents per; w ek. No taxes. No Money to loan.> These lots selling the "
are at >
;: .
good interest .
money in the bank. You can't it same prices for cash. Before paid for erty. payer.$7500X0 .
spend
We have them. Several splendid, -Desirable buildIng' lot near business center on corner (245'
bit by bit; and its intrinsic ,values grow thy per lot will be. worth from $100 to $125 FIRE INSURANCE. large and small turpentine locations. feet by 192: feet).

each year. Saw Mills and Saw mill locations.: $6000.00-Improved property near Palafox street property paying

Ring phone 462. Some excellent bargains In large about 12 per cent. We consider this a bargain.

and small tract of round and boxed $5500.00-Large story dwelling on West Hill; good neighborhood
Real Estate L. S. BROWN 6 CO timber lands. with 12 rooms and servants quarters. Lot 80 by 180 feet. -

I Large tracts of Mississippi! Delta Our Rental Department Is given special attention. and our Hats

in Pensacola LESLIE. E. BROOKS THIESEN BUILDING I'and Hardv ood lands. of stores offices and dwellings contain locations In all parts of toe '
Values city. Our
I Splendid list of valuable property Insurance Department, representing 15 of the leading
,an<1 fine.location for a Colony or Stock foreign and American companies can fully protect you from the era
are growing and if would the 204% S. .Palafox I St. Fisher Building. Farm in' South East Geor ia.SOIUe fiend. Loans, in any amounts made on real estate, and on short no-
you get tice.
R. YEAGERhas of the choicest residence
C.
advantage of its growth you should buy places .In the beautiful little city of CALL IN AND LET US SHOW YOU HOW TO INVEST YOUR

now. See our list. for SaleFOR has recently started into the DeFuniak Springs Fla. and In Milton MONEY.
j
REAL ESTATE Fla.Our
,
SALE.-One, choice block on top prices and terms are reason HOOTON -
pemisacola levestmeet Coo of the ridge cast of the electric business. City property and farming able.Cal & WATSON { ;

railway between 7th and 8th strests.! lands bought and sold. on or write to us. Successors to Thos. C. Watson 6 Co.
A. H. D'aiLMBCflTE City Manager.W. Nautre has favored this sectionand it Is kindly solicited.
Your patronage ,
.H.RNOWLIS, FreiidenL R. B. SIMPS:)] $eC1at&ry. cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs. Have joa money to Invest? Do you No. 37 S. Palafox St. LEADING REAL ESTATE DEALERS. i I

JoE.STILLMAN. V..fres. and Gen. Manlfer. KNOWLES mi Tmsum. FOR SALE.-South half block 211 want a nice home? -

I Real Estate, loans. General Investments. fronting 400 feet 'on 13th: street by HERE ARE SOME GOOD BARGAINSTwo TURNER & AYMARD -

215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola, Florida.WANTED 107% feet on Bay lew: Park; also blocks inVest King Tract -- i

south half of block 212. fronting 400 near car line containing 46,lots,$1275, MiscellaneousDRAYMAN'S .. ,.. Professional :
i- feet on ULi St., by '137% fet on' Bay Two four room cottages renting $15 I Real Estate and Directory

View Park. The? only property adjoining ASSOCIATION.
per month. .. ," $1250. Abstract
Bay View Park that-is now for Six room cottage with bath etc.,I Company, If you want a good drayman ring PATTILLO CAMPBELL,

Florida and Alabama 'Sale. The beautiful view down the 706 E. Wright; St. .. .._;.'$1350 P. O. Box 115 DeFunlak 953. Draj men's stand, corner Palafox
bayou 'and'down the ba"y can never be Springs, Florida and Zarragossa., We will haul baggage Attorneyvat'Law S
house with modern conveniences ::
,-Electric work of all kind. Eight room ,.
\TAXTED and furniture at the same rate
LAND ,COMPANY ob tructe JV. V. Clu bs. SOjly a nice home. N. Hayne ftoom 405 Thleaen Building.
fans. ;
Let us dean jour repair your and also other hauling. We will
any
..' .. .... .. .-.....$3250.
d\namo uo jour wiring etc. Pin3iTO. : Manufacturers of FOR SALEs-Gfocery store and meat street .. Board and Rooms. haul any load that one man can han

Peasacola: Electric: Co.. :2C5 S. and Dealers in market attached; business' good; Second Floor, Thiesen Building. dIe without any help within one mild THOS. PEBLEY, '

Paylcn. LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIrf" reason for selling on ecount of going S Phon 332.) NICELY FURNISHED rooms.with for the regular price. Wo are reli- LAW. REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND

: GLES, AND KILN-DRIED north 'oYlerd6es not want to stay] of kitchen for light able draymen, and we are responsible.We COLLECTIONS.
registered SAP. T
iiD. First-class housekeeping.
\\ \.'\ south. Address I. M, care Journal. the
.. Apply at 1000 E. are in business and are her PALAFOX AND ROMANA. '
DeSoto
street.
drpgglst\ and pharmacist wants pos. :3janlw. ,. FOR SALE 3janlw. to stay. You can find us from six to .''PHONE 552.C.R.YAEGER. i
West Florida. permanent or
ltion m six.
temporary. Address F. z.. care Jour. HELP WANTED "r. FOR, S.\.LE.-A good paying corner NICELY FURNISHED bed room n- 21declm J. BELL, Mgr.
3Jan. grocery on West Hill at a bargain. tF'OR SALE.-Miss Amos at 400 Hayne veniently located; privilege of bath
aaL .
ANTED.-A gOO] house boy at once. Good. locdtior. Apply to T. 'Foranta, strset will dispose of household'' gas, phone. Apply 126 W. Garden St. CUT ''FLOWERS.-Patterson's Rose- : i
Steady. sober experienced I at G. Glardinas.: 407 Baylen St. nlnoo'clock"
PRINTER- Apply 52 W. Gonzalez St 3Jan goods begInning Wednesday, 3jan2w. mount Gardens of Montgomery has ATTORN EY- AT LAW. '
job: work and all lines of newspaper ---- :303ec4tf two days.,At
continuing
In ---------- a. m., : 1 I = placed in
an Pensacola.
work from "devil" to eiitor. desires WANTED.-Competent young man half and:below,half price. Bedsteads WANTED A fewboardefnprivate agency represented Rooms. 202 and 204: Thiesen BId.
: : Bertie
by Miss 616 N.
position; West or Middle ""Florida stenographer. Must be a 'hustler I LOTS FOR SALE.-Weekly Payments $2 and $4. Cotton mattresses $3; Refrigerator I I family; nicely furnished rooms, with Barcelona. Orders promptly Smith.filled for PHONE 332.
bath
of
preferred. Can bring recommendations. and willing to do general work. If of $1.00 only. No taxes! No Interest S.45X $5; plain chairs 33:>> use' and telephone. Convenient roses carnations and al1l kinds of other
not competent do Thos. Pebley,, office cor. Rom to railroad shops and on car line;I
Address Box 54. ..Quincy. not apply. Address cents each; Feather:Pillows 40 cents cut Sowers. Phone 65L lOdec
Ha .:3Janlw* giving r2ference.Vanted: ," care Pen.I na and)Palafox Sts., Phone 559. pr pound Dining' room table $2. I Apply 401 E. Gregory. 3janlm I Dr.S. R. Mallory Kennedy
sacola Journal. '
SJanZt 3Jan2t l UURTiiEDLage front room ESTATE in all
I RUBBER STAMPS I REAL parts of the
: CLOTHING WANT Office over D'Alemberte's
HAND Store
SECOND fronting to south and west. Good I Drug
EDHighest: priea paid for gent'sclothing WANTED. good washerwoman atone : 1Sc'per line of 3 inches. FOR .SALE.-Fall' pigs and brood light and central location. Apply 12 city. You buy the ground and we Office Hours-9 a. m. to 6 p. m.
home
build
I
will on long time
your
csh Also ell second; hand ?. Apply to No. 52 Gonzalez, DAVIS NOVELTY WORKS sows. If iou want quick meat N. Palufox St, or phone 65. 2janlm Hale Phones 274 and 109.
goods No 0' E. Intendencla.KODXKERS .] cor. Bajlen. it. Pho-ie, 1222. 118 N,- Palafox.. makers, we have them., Berkshireand r payments. D. Wilson & Co. -.5
'You'can' Order by Mail.l8nor. Poland China White Rock BOARDERS WANTED at 312 N.

get Kauffman'9 prices WANTED.-First-class tailor cleaner : Chickens, Fishel's ""Best In the World"strain .' Hayne. By !day, week on month.I I TAILORING L.' Diamond Tailor.Gents' .
for de.eloping and finishing. Best and prefer. Apply No. D E. Inten FOR SALE-Beautiful" block .in New due- repaired on short notice. No. 11}J .
and iheape&t: In city. Romana _and denc'A : ,3jan Barred Rocks; a few choice cock ISdeclm* .. ,
No. 312. For
: Tract cash UO '
City. -- West Government St. Pensacola Fla.
raja fox. IDdeclm for service. Cheap if sold -
WANTED.-Young lady stenographerand Apply to A. M. M Milla. Court'Houaa. erels ready FURNISHED ROOMS, with or with' Idee.
at once. Collier Bros: Chipley Fla. out board.
Pleasant locality near
assistant bookkeeper. Addrgsa I
lang
JUST OPENED: .-W. N. Brown. stapleand in own writing. and stat9 salary expected. )') 5-, .,!i ,- 22dee2w, ., ,\\ Palafox street. 117 E. Intendencl", SAILMAKER. .

fancy groceries. home' and west- to ,P. O.- Box. 763. '*" jan NORMANS; PILLS>-Just'. received ; Zirkelbach l .Jb,(Thompson corner Belmont Mrs. Fannie Rettenger. declS-lm. J. H. PORTER sallmaker" 716 South 412 THIESEN BUILDING

ern beef fresh country jeggs', chickens 55.600 Compound Cathartic.. For '' and DeVil1 er .dealers in fine WANTED.-A few boarders at 318 W. Palafox street. Orders taken for
the'famou's
blue Kentucky
ud grass WANTED. .-Lady or gentleman of fair sale'at The Alligator and Wet End 'I' wines, liquors and 'cigars. Jug trade Belmont._ New house good neighborhood tents awnings camp stools and house Pensacola St. Andrews
10th and Greg- and
tetter, avenue '
St. coner Phone 1064. 14declml' education to travel for firm of $:59,- Saloons, ?.. 15novltnFORXSALE specialty. Prompt attention given and near car line lldeclm cots. etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan. .

rt for'' 000 capital. Salary' $1.072 per jear -- home trade. .haBe'No.,580., FOR RENT.-Two large unfurnished The Rental Business Is our specialtyand Gulf Co.
!:Good t Steamship
\\\XTED.-5c-: per hundred paid payable wetkly. Expenses advanced. family Tiorse, jew Sdeclm uni
rooms. C R. business have
-Inquire '
Yaeger second your will careful
-
Schnapps Tobacco Tags.'or !any of R. Address Ceo. G. Clow, Pensacola. Fla. .buggy :'and''. barness.Lesie' 'E. FOR SALfe.-Hbu; .and' 25 -acres with! floor, Thlesen buliling.; 12dec attention. D. Hale Wilson & Co. STEAMER TARPON

3 Reynold's Tobacco Co.'s tags. T. F. 2jan2t Brooks. :.,.:. Odec 60 bearing pecaji,fe trees I'/i miles :
Westmark. at J. B. Roberts & Co. from Milton. Yor ,particulars address BOARDERS WANTED at 226 N Alcaniz. W. C. 3ARROW Master.
ldec1m' WANTED.-Men and boys to -l learn JUST 'RECEIVED-Large shipment of G., H. Langley, Ba. dad. Fla. Nice large rooms; good table FIR T-CLAb3 PAS )ENUbU: AND
plumbing trade4 pays $5 day after Imported Olive Oil Retail ,by' pint, Sdeclm .. I and terms reasonable. Mrs. Dora DIRECTORYPensacola FREIGHT bEHVICEBetwwju
JOB PRINTING of all kinds wantedby competing course of practical instruction galloa or' iargerquantity._ G. Morasso Donaldson. Sdeclm -

the Mayes Printing Co., 24 W. at home or In our schools. Graduates :: &:; Co :ship chandlers" !and grocers 701South.o }'UR.SALE.-4n- pr1.ght Singer. Piano PENSACOLA. MOBILE:. APALACHI.
FOR Furnished
Government Phone 181. Only, the admitted to Union and Master Palafox. A'tL 4oct cheap for .cash.. Call at 1304 W. rooms for Lodge No. 3, K. of P. COLA. CARRABELLE. ST. ANDREWS -
., rent with or without board. No
best of work. Idee Plumbers Association.' Positions se Government St. Pensacola Fla. I meets every Monday evening at 7:30 MILLVlLLE.
cured. Cojne: Bros. Co.: Plumbing FOR SALE.-Only 4 young Boat pigs! 'idecln3. light housekeeping. Apply 310 West o'clock at their temporary CastJe Hall And all point on St. Andrews Bay,
We will number sour house for you sired by Duke of Florida 68323 out : Gregory. 16declm .
Schools New York Chicago Ills., Cincinnati over Pou stable. W. Intendencla St. CarrabeUe and Apata .hicola. -.
cheap Any style figures\ you desire. 0., St. Louis, MQ. Free catalOg of Orphan Lee, of Baltimore 58544. FOR, ,SALE OR .ENT.-Two story 10 FOR ,RENT. Four furnished rooms Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. SCHEDULE
Our prices are always reasonable. All guaranteed with registrations and room house and ,120 acres good tim- centrally located. ,IS E. Garden J. H. BREWTON. C. C. Leave Pensacola Sunday 8:30 p. -

King &: Hual. Phono 249. 24nov. pedegrees. Carl Sett rllnd. Chipley.i bered land;, 40 in cultivation. Address 15declm H. HORSLER. K. of It. & S TO... for !Mobile Ala.

W.-\NTED..UauUng and transfer WANTED: goad: stenographer.- Fla. 26nor. i iFOR the owner. Mrs.'R4.M.: Ap legate. Cantonment BAY HOTEL.-Open night and St.1 Leave Pensacola Tuesday. 8:30 p.an. .
Fla. 5declm Rathbone Lodge No. for St. Andiews Mill villa. Apa-
dress M. D.. care Journal in own .
363 residence farm
work. Office phone : SALE.-improved 170 European plan.Rooms light 30, K. of P.. meets every lacnicola. Carrabello and intermediate
phote 300.i) Acosta & White, 22-28 N. handwriting stating* experience" and acres on ,L. & N. railroad 16 miles clean. Transient trade solicited. Thursday evening at 8:00
35c 60c. Call points.
records and on
Tarragona St. 25mar. salary expected. 3 Idee 'north Pensacola between Cottage Hill I' our agent or ,write, Metropolitan 575-579 S. Palafox. Jis. .S. Nlcolau. i o'clock in their temporary For additional Ifo-matlon apply tj

WANTED.=Several: good laborers.: and Cantonment; &room house 2 larg Talking Machine Co., Jacksonville. Prop. Castle Hall over Pou stable J. R SAUNDWtS.E. .

TED.-Second hand corn. oat Steady employment good men barts 100 acres cleared. 1500 bearing I Fla. Agents. wanted. ISdeclm* FOR' RENT.-Furnished rooms in a c W. Intendencia streetVisiting It. COBB. Prilild eat., .
and cotton seed meal sacks. Out of Equipment-Bldg., Navy Yard.WANTED. fruit.trees. For cash or on time. Will: desirable location new house and -' knights are cordially Gen. Frt and Pass. Agt.

town shipments solicited.! Write us. 29Jecl. exchange for city property. Apply C. FOR SALE CHEAP.-One 25x5 ft I new furniture. 212 W. Gregory St. welcomed.: Pensacola. Fla. -

F S Mellen &. Co. 20mar. N. Levey. Cottage Hill. Fla. lOnov launch with 4-horse power engine.In ISdeclm J. D. KIRK C. C. _. -----______ -.__J' I,

W.\NTED.-The Merchants Transfer .--A thoroughly competentand FOR. S.\LE.-One house an4 four lots first-class order. For further particulars C. J. LEVY. K. of R. &; f g. I
experienced man to farm place ADVERTISEMENT
Co. wants your moving and baullns. on 9th:) avenue; corner LaRua. also address Pf O. Box 418 city. of LEGAL
about 6 miles from city. Address W.. Knights Columbus.
AU breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thor. all household goods. Apply! to Mrs.V. ISdec. I Money to Loan. Meetings of the
Journal office ISdeclm
sen. Prop. Phone p7*. ISjunclai. ,_ \ E. Maxon on premises.: fiflec. Sternwheel boat,'built for service in; Knights of Columbus Notice of application for permit ta l

Any intelligent person"may earn a Mississippi Sound-and Lake Pontchar- MONEY TO LOAN.-on real estate or : ; are held at their hail sell liquors wines and beer. Whereas
COOK.- chef: colored) income for llllard'table. D. W. Nims and W. W. Niras. part
Experienced ( corresponding '
good SALE.-On ,
a FOR 4& train; 110 tons net;'. length over all.' other sufficient security by apply. No, 8 West Jnteadea-
is open for engagement to go south rewspapers; no canvassing; experlerce x9; Ivory Balls,'cues and cue rack. 111 test: breadth of beam is 20 feet; ing to Thos. Pebley cor. Palafox and cia street on every ness doing business as D. W. Nims &:

Jan 1. Florida'preferred; references. unnecessary!: Sent for particu in good condition. Price 7500. Apply depth of hold is 4 feet; bottom 3%": Romana up stairs. 17nov-. Monday evening at Son, have filed with the Board ot
Address by letter, J. C. B., 9 Granville lars. Northern Press" Syndicate.Ix to Thos'C.. Watson & Co. 9decSternwneel decking. 2"; 3-3". bulkheads tore and 7:30 o'clock. An invitation County C0irmiasionrs for Escambia

pL Boston.. 19dsclni* > N. Y., 6nov6raos. '. ., aft; 2 boilers; 2 Swayne engines lOx MONEY 10 LEND-On good real estate is extendedto county Florida. their application for

boat; rebuilt ,in March 15 with patent cutoff; electric plant. security\ or on good collateral visiting Knights. permit to tell liquors, wines and beer

KING and &decorators.IIUAL. contracting Fine varnisbin-j painters FOR RE.MT 1904 for' service In Lake p0 1tthar-1 This Is a good sternwheel beat of the at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks. JOHN B. JONES. In c'cciion! district 12 of said county

and train and Mississippi Sound Mississippi river type; speedy sound Fisher building. 21Jan EDM. FOX Grand Knight. and state; any citizen of such electfoltdistrict
firlshing. Sign painting! a spe-< strong and solid; 144,tons,net; MONEY. LOANED on and may show caus. If any there
oughly
for any all
ciaitr. Resider.ce phone 249. 29au FOR RE=''T.-To April 30. 190tT, my and comfortably arranged passen- Recorder.
furnished cottage.on the Bay Shoreat length over all 137 feet; breadth of gers. Price on application. Boat kinds of persona property payable be at tie meeting of the Board to be
W.\XTElJ.-All keepers or poultry to Station (dummy line). Gus beam is 36 feet; depth of hold Is 4.6 could ba delivered at once r. Reasonsfor weekly or montaiy. When you need Pensacola Lodge No. 4, J. O. O. p. held on Tuesday, the 6 day of February .' .
feed wheat It Is the cheapest feed Hickory SOdeclw feet; 12 staterooms and large cabin; I gelling no employment for boat. money see me J. A. Wilson. 22% W. Pensacola Lodge No. 4, L .O. O., F.. next, why. such permit should ,. :

because It makes hens lay. F. S. Eitzcn._- 3 longitudinal bulkheads; 3 boilers. 24 Apply New Orleans Naval Stores Co., Government street Salisbury building meets every Thursday evening at 7:30 not be grjated. A. M. !McMillan -'-'

IMIen & Co.. Phone 334. FOUR NICELY ,F>URNISH.ED-or-un- feet ong 3S inches diameter* 2 en- 519 Magazine St. New OreUns, La. room 7,, 2des at the new haU ,on West Garden Clerk of the Board of County Commis .f
furnish: rooms; can alto use for -==. !;' inches diameter 6 feet nor-ll-i-14-lC-19-23-26 street. Visiting brethren cordially sioners. By L. G Aymard.. D. C. L
The new Montana Market cor. 7th at I MONEY LOANED on good real estate -'invited. \ T. O. ailNSO: :*.
501
allowed
: light hou" ekeeping Inquire stroke; steam pressute: I: :janoaw4w,: "
avenue and Wright street want West Chase street or phone. 323.: pounds; fitted with donkey boiler: FOR SALE;=Gas range almost new. security In any amount D. B. R. WITKOVSKI.. Secretary I
your business. We handle native and. electric also hav two or three furnished U'.Ie WISn,9O. aug20 States Lumber
Western 273ec._ Steam capstan; headlight.: Apply ? -REBEKAH ISTERSI :' Southern Company.
meats, country produce butter storeroom New Orleans Naval Stores Co., rooms for rent with or without board JNEY LOANED on all kinds of personal Notica is hereby given that Sixty- .
FOR RENT.-Elegant two story Naomi Lodge No. 10. Rebekah Sisters -
Abbott.eggs vegetables' etc. Martin & In'n w Star Laundry building, 519 :Magazine St,. New Ore&ns. La. suitable for light housekeeping: very property on short notice. I meets every Monday night at six ((66) First Mortgage Bonds of the '
Props ISdeclm 19 23-2C.:: desirable neighborhooi. Address"Stove" J. W. Bullard. upstairs I
Nov.11.12-14-1 Terms easy. Lumbr
,
Southern States Company
E., Garden street Apply Walker In' 8 o'clock In I. O. O. F HalL Visit-
WNTED.-All kinds "of electrical graham, Star Laundry. 22dec. this office. Sldeclw 28V-y South, ,P .Utox St., Phone 1144. i.,Ing sisters cordially Invited to be p-ea- numbers 22$. 126. 434. 439 405 564
:-- FOR SALE OR RENT.-Two lighters; I' SHOT ; 579. 531. 55. CS3. 125 %61. 61$,
work. I sell all kinds of electrical FURNIShED -COTTAGE Bay FOR SALE.-Barred Plymouth_ oc' ent MRS S. DeTHAYER. 653.
batteries anj other electrical supplies.1! Shore Dummy Line. For 'particulars one with.capacity for 75 thousand ft Cockerels from.,prize winners. $100 UN LI MITED amount or. money to loan MISS MAMIE EE IAN. Secretary 515. 290. 11%. 360. :27?, 510. 364. 128
?
pn '
'When j I lumber; the. other thirty thousand c* on all kinds of personal property. il i 221, 560, 227 196. 509, 229, 1R2, 50?, '
you need me ring 345 or 955. Kellar. Phcae 59, Large well marked blood.
inquire J. R. up. good No. 81
M. E. B. A. meets first and
E. W. pacity. Rates reasonable: Telephone Special rates to business men on large 224. 507. 2G3. 180. 123. 235. 119, 498.:}
E.Peake Garden., new Star Laundry: .buildIng or P. O. Boil 36. _15decA. or writo J. A. Chaffin & Co, Miltqn. Also ,some good puIW s. Mrs LizzieB. leans. The New York Loan Co., 201% i third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. 239. 616 174. 617. 227. 164. 409. 359.:;

15dec. R. BINGHAM storage room for Fla. Sldeclm Hughes,. Chipley, Fla. South Palafox- m, Rafford Hall No 10, Wet; Int !1' 32, 1S2. 391 183. 331. 2, 277, :n, S88:

\:\ .-AriL Bingham wants rent suitable for'furniture or other 31declm.1 dencia street 116, 225. 453. 4,355.34: %, 1:1: :. 117. 588.
jour moving and hauling. He guai goods 104 and 106 South Tarragona FOR SALE.-Se. ,en hundred'acres Board and Educational -A. G. FELL.' Pre 402 and 511 have been drawn by lot
antees all breakage. Phone 630. St, Phone 630 SOaov timbered and farming lane 12 miles J. L. SWEENEY. Sec for redemption from the amount to '

.-- east of Milton, :3 from railroad. Fine FURNISHED ROOMS-Fine location)' \ W. O. ",. the credit of the Sinking Fund and<<
WANTED.-Everj body to take dinnerat LOST stock farm conditions. ForputlClI- Splendid view of bay. 414 South i \IUSJC.-.Uter the "Holidays" will Lire Oak Camp No. '1. W.V... will be,paid for at the rate of $1,02509 "
the Southern Hotel. Sdec. lars address G. H. Langley; Bagdad. Alcanlz. Dec.29.I' accept ;a limit?! number of pupils I meets in Pythlan Hall 1st and :3rJ per boil, with accrued interest, at

LOST.-Child's red silk ,umbrella ,onGuillemarie. Fla Sdeclm on the follow ing 'Instruments: Violin, Wednesday in each month. VisitIng! the offips of the Knickerbocker Trust ,

COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressingand between Jackson and FOR SALE.-Nice, clean newspapersfor NICE;FURNISHED ROOM two blocks Cello, Clarinet' anj all brass Instru' sovereigns cordially Invited.F. Company 66 Broadway New York
sliil trombone.
Cleaning Club, 118 N. Palafox Wright Reward for'return to Mrs. sale. Only 5c a bundle. They from Paafox! _SL, 211 West Government ments excEtpt" sld* Will ..A. nOGHICH, C. C. on the flr.t day of January, 1906 after

st. Mrs T. J. Davis, Prop. Your patronage -' W. A. Blount '_, fJan- make: good" wrapping paper and, are Phone 899., Inquire. 8. to 1%, teach at'or pupils all, occasions r nces., band Music or furnished or-- LESLIE BROOKS.. Clerk. which dat Bald bonds will cease to
solicited; satisfaction guaran-j I I Just the thing to put under;matting. forenoon. '21declm : bear interest
teed. Careful attention given ladles' LOST. -Christmas night, hunting outfit :- chestra. Please leave orders at, the W. O. W. C., Oak Grove No. 4. KNICKERBOCKER TRUST CO..
garments. Phone 1222.: Sdeclm I I i roll d in black oil.
_.. .1 pair red blankets, ducking boots. Pope Mfg.Co. and can sell you auto? with privilege of bath; convenient, address: Nayy Yard Pensa each month at 3:30: p. a.,. 2d floor I 24dec2taw2wks.: ..
hav'ebetn cost less than ,
They F. Ehlers Bandmaster
up- P
Supposed to from 500.00 Fla.
and cola, 1
pillow pin.
In-,
to car line; nottoo far to walk: prefer] : Pythian Hall over Pou'a stable. on
dropped from dray between my horses to keep up. They (sri be run party or parties who.are permanently u._S. Navy. :tendencia street. Visiting sovereigns I i Stockholders Meeting. "

residence and' Palafox wharf. Return in sand or anywhere a horse can- go. located In the city. Adatess.: p. O. MISSBELJ4I WHITING will open' a cordially invited. Mra. W. A. Smith,: The annual meeting of atockhold-

:. and rjcsive- reward-- ,J.. ,Harris- Pier- Leslie E. Brooks. Box 52. City.., Dec. 17. private school\ on :Tuesday January clerk; ,Mrs. M. B. Olsen, ,guardian. era of the Pensacola Gas Companywill
SMO1E ZldectfLOST.On -i I be hell at the office of tha com
pont. ';- -. FOR SALE.-10 room house, corner PARK HOTEL.-Opposite Plaza. 2, at her residenc 521 N. SprLig j ,
Palafor' street: btween lot. 3 blocks from Palafox }ot'ggx Rooms with or without board. Short Terms. $3.00 per month. 31 dec] w pany In Pcntacola.! Florida on Wednesday
FIrstiatJonal' Bank ,:and Kress' January 17. 1906 at twelve
600D ( plain- gold seal ring with Initials 192 on car line. For particulars Inquire orders and regular ,meals .served. in MISS IRMA HAIGHT. of New YOlk Safes! Safes! Safes! o'clock noon for th! election of directors -
store. a tandard Clothing Co. %9Jan ,
$
1- OtE W. M. M. Reward:for return to of-- --- -- cafe Rooms overlook bay. 16dec. City, will take pupils In voce'! cul: to serve for the ensuing ycardOr

First National Bank. _, 3ldc1wdy'sjIdwiW1th FOR, SALE-Several head'Of mules WAN.TED.-Boarders 'at 105 East In- ture. For particulars address 901 N. Buy Dieh old Safes! :,until their tnccessors are elected and
fob and horses, all in good, condition.' tendenela street. Rates reasonable. Palatox." 21decl3t* .for the transaction of such other business '
'
LOST.- Consumers Ice and Fuel.Co.J7dec Mrs. Brooks. Sdeclm will as may legally come before said
; CHUNN receive -
attached.' engraved on edge;, monogram MRSjH.. S.' puplls Scarritt ,Moreno .
tFjUNCES .. Rturn to FOR SALE-Four. fine French: 'pJ te In shorthand at, her residence, meeting. S J
!.I.; T. S., ,oa facs NICE: .FyRNISHED rpomg, with or : : "J. _: .
E. II. Skinisr!:! ',corner Baylen na S"mirror:. Apply No. '11 N falafoj .without board. Terms reasonatle 321 N'Barcelona: St' Terms'.' J500: 'a Agent. \ ;: W. F. DOUTHIRT Secre&tt.!

!!!: Ekia* M11 U. ..xLiS. mW.AlA. Strong aat lecslvj; rewajfl. 30dec street. ": .- llaof. Applr 200 W. Intendencla. 17 decSw m0ntb.IAaTaacej Sdeclm SjanlOot.



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EIUHT. THE PENSACOLA. -- JOURNAL. ,

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TO HONOR MISS ALICE: whiskey .Manufacturers. ,


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Daughter of President Receive ANCIENT ENTERTAINMENT- 1 i. Il'tWKT{ : 1NTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. i

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Description .( OB* Glvea by 'Xem. 4 .

Gorgeous Presents from .,bo.'. Army .(.Greek Naval Stores. : Private t .4' Wires ,N.. Y. N. 0. and :
In his"A abasis" Xenophoa describesan 'Savannah, Ga.. Jan. 2.-The naval I Chicago.COnONSTOCKSCRAINPROVISIONSandBONDsi., .
Royalty. entertainment given bj his army of stores marker
Greeks on the shores of'the ,Black sea a featurof WW..,';. .,::;.: 6 00
WG.- "', .. ,\ .' 5 75 t ;
PRESENCE OF during the retreat ,from Persia, after 550
DIPLOMATS AND marketbuy /... .
the battle of Cunaxa, about twenty the -
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HUGH OFFICIALS WILL GIVE three centuries ago.rwo'Tbracians K.., .. ... .450'I. i Bought"and Sold on Margin or for Investment.

THE COMING ROOSEVELT-LQNG- first rose up" says the soldier, historian now-the demand .for: .. ....' .390

"and danced with their arms 'to "old joe..steadily increasing H.. ... .. ;... ..3 '70G i. Reference:, First National and Peoples Banks. Phone 1173 !
WORTH WEDDING A DECIDEDLY '.. T .. 3 65F
of ,
the sound of a fiu e. ,They capered because it's whiskey .. .
hIgh and with great agility, then merit-quality' never fluctu ." *.3 62% :.......... ... ... .. 6 ...............i
OFFICIAL" ,COMPLEXION. very B.. .., .. .' ,.' .3 60
made use of their swords. At last one ates made from the best grain'rappreciated ? *'.. -- --
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; D... : .:,'.:. .-::. .. 55 '--,- .
of them struck the pther in such a : .. -
. by good judges. C.: 1 ... 3 50 ':
; Special to The Journal. manner that every one thought he had I Spirits Turpentine 65 cents. of fireAre
killed him, but the stroke was given.. (full measure-convenlenl package The Dangers
I Washington D. C., Jan. 2.-ItRill '
I probably not; be very long before the with art. The other having despoiled moderate price-x4d everywhere '. AUSUEY co.'s REPORTS- Always' With Us.
him of his arms, went out singing a Liverpool Cotton Market.
date will be, set for the .
of
marriage ,
; Miss Allce'Roosevelt song of triumph. Then other Tbracians ; "b & b" atlanta, ; ClOM ,Another disastrous fire has visited our city.
and Representa- earned off the man as if ,he had been Jn.-Teb.i&..5.118J'

tiTe Nicholas Longworth. It is generally dead though Indeed he was not hurt. -. )(ai;.... ,..................._,..;....8.0J Is Your Property Protected ?
understood It will take in :M*-April..0.00Apr
place After this some .Itaians and Magne- May ......_..............8.00
February. the 16th and 17th being slans rose up and danced in their arms May-Jan........0.13 'Betttf get more fire Insurance today. ,We represent the

mentioned 'as probably dates. Wnile what they called the va ri paean dance. J v.ly...............................;...8.11 best, ,companies, in the world.
the perloo) of the engagement! is pass- ; the manner of which is as follows; One July-August; .- 0.14 .
Copyright 1905 by ing pleasantly and. as in all casesIs of them having laid down his arms SKIPPIN.GNESVESSELS ( ..iulUt-88p\emb r ...A.05. Insurance, KnowlesBros. Gen'l Atfts

Hart Schaffher &. Marx rose-tinted: with romance at the sows and drives a yoke- of oxen,. Jook- Octobur-NoTember September-October: Fire, Lif .. Pensacola
ing often Behind him, as If be were .
tbat NoTvmbw-December ..... ..
same time It Is not likely it, will
There's snap and st>lc. high afraid. Then a robber approaches, Dwember-J B .ry .. '- -- ,"
quality and worth in every I gar be prolonged but a suitable time : whom the other perceiving he\ catches IK JCKT.Steamship Liverpool Spot, 6.10. -' =-- -.:.

ment. should be given to those who expect up his arms and advancing fights! with *., B le..7000. X8X X "X

Men's Suits $10 t0 $25. to send wedding presents. It is safe him In defense of his oxen. A- this 1875 Vera ft '
Wit ,
Antlqua Br ss .
en lENEI.A.OOL.A.Iron
You.'-'"' Suits. $10 to 20. to say that the White House has these men performed in time to( the I Cruz to master. New' York cotto'n Market. ,:

never contained such a collection of flute. At last the robber binds the Auf'.t Belmont, Br ss, 2967, Sa- ** 'Open Higi Low Cose: Works and Supply Co.

The John White Store '!'jlfts as will be received by Miss : plowman and carries him ,off with the vanr to Gulf Transit Company. Jan February...,.... .; .. 1119.11.19;. 11-10.11.18 ,

Spscialists in Me!'!'s Wear. :Roosevelt More than any 'other oxen.: Sometimes the plowman'OTer. Cajo Bonto Br ss. Wid'sery,' 2213, March..,.<..,<...-11.50 11.53 11.86 11.49April Manufacturers and Repairers of 2
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comes the robber and, fastening him Ixmdon to Gulf Transit Co. .. .
President Mr. Roosevelt has been be- MACHINERY AND BOILERS 2
Phone 225. 505-507 S. Palafox to the oxen, ties his hand,behind him Chatburn Br:ss. Morse 1225, Huelva May......_.......11.63 11.68 11 C3: 1163 AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
fore the world. The United States is and so drives him away. to GU'lf'Transtt.1Company.Exmoor. June.-: ...-. ..... FORGINGS, MILL 2
on 'terms of amity: with all nations ""After this with ,. Br 'Stonehouse, 2293, July; .1170 1173 1160 11.72 STEAMSHIP' REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
civilized and uncivilIzed'! and while Mysus entered a Bahia Blanca to'order. August...........- ... Prompt 'attention' given to all orders. day or night Agent g gtor
: buckler,in each band and!: danced some Gamma. Dutch ss, Tsensama, 1335, September.............. ..v. James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Doss also "
KING & RUNYANAgents Miss Roosevelt is not a "reigning times as if he had been engaged with West Hartlenool to order. October............., ..... ;*..!.. ..... ..... iChsics of all descriptions.Office '
Princess" from the nature of her relationship two adversaries then used his bucklers Good Hope. Br Harding. %308, oY'JI1ber....,_..!... "... ..... ..... Phone '123.: PHil. WITTMAN Mgr.
for the to her distinguished father, as if engaged with only one. Some- Cardiff to Gulf Transit.as. Company. December................_ .;.. .... .... Residence Phone 1029. P. O. Box 123. 2

she is the nearest approach to such in times he whirled round then threw Heinfe'd! 'Ger ss, garters 1573., 'K ew. York Spot.. 11.75 n %::%12%:: % % % ::\i
Wolverine Marine EngineAlso this country. Therefore it Is understood -: himself head foremost and ,fell on his Hamburg to Fr. Julius Schreyer.Ida .' Chicago. Grain Market.

that the rulers of foreign nations -I feet without"parting with his cklers. Span ss, Arano 2160. Liver- Wheat
This made a fine sight., .,Last of all be pool to Gulf Transit Co. .Open; High Low Close
will take the position that in
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May_ 8S 88'4 K 4' 88!*
: 891 Wst
The Racycle : sending her a wedding present they danced the Persian dapee, striking his Marie Ger ss. ,Schoeder July.....,..._84'} 84} S8Jf 84" No. 5603.H. .
bucklers against each other and in Hartlepooi to Pensacola" Lumber, Com : ____, U COVINGTON, President; M. E. CLARK Cashier.C. .
We carry a Pull Line of i are honoring her father and the country dancing fell on his knees,.then,sprungup pany. Corn., ,, W. LAMAR. Vke.Prjsldent JNO. PFEIFFER. Asst. Cashier.
I of which he is the Chief Execu- Nyassa. Br ss. Baker 1786 Vera -
again, and mail |W$ be kept timeto Open filch .Low Clo-.
Cruz to F. O. &
Howe.
I, General Sporting Goods i tive.Prince the flute. lIe was succeeded by Provlncia Frencht Company.ss. Courtode. ............ d43, 44i!{ I." THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
: of Prussia has been ...
Henry some Mantineans and other Arcadians, 2245. Marseilles to Gulf Transit Co, July_. <4Ji 44i 44J, 4
. 506 S. Palafox St.CHAS.BLUM&CO.. I entertained by the president as has who being dressed in the.handsomestarmor Quarrydcne Br ss, Robinson. 1822 OF. PENSAC LA. FLA.

Prince Louis of Battenberg and they could provide rose up and Buenos Ayres to Gulf Transit Co. New" York Stock Market.
I ethers. Rio_ therefore reasonable to advanced in time to.a flute that playeda Queen Christina,, Br'ss, Brake, 2804, Open CloM DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES

presume that the rulers of England martial air. They sung {he ,paean Hamburg to order' Southern Pacific; .........._ 064! 60 Capital' Stock: $200,000; Surplus. $40,000
i will those and danced in the same manner that is Iili*. Copper'..........,..- lll i 109 :D XoTQL: -
i and Germany ba among .
A. R... 153
practiced in solemn proc ssions /11; Avon Ital chip Ai gno. 1601. Genoa 8. ISOJi S.,J. Foshee. .
: sending presents, as well as Prince Atch.... '89i{ 90 iAR Henry L. Covington. ,
"On this one of the Arcadians led to Rosasco Bros. ," .. .. lte 16TV. A. M.- Avery
h. % M, Pfelffer.
I Henry and Prince Louis. The good forth a woman dancer, dressed hand. Ruby Nor ship, Erfkson 1333. Lon B.B T..... .....\.,... :W,- .817..< W. II. Milton. Jr.,
..offices of the president In bringing somely and carrying' a light buckler. don to Southern plates Lumber Co. 'B..t 0 .. lla'f 113 Bryan Ounwoiy," 0.. Eo, Maura,

about peice between Russia and She danced the Pyrrhic dance with trio. Erie.........r.-................:. 48" '32 4 Frank 'el1ly., W. L. Cawtaon.
:Japan -will doubtless be recognized by O.F.I ..... 'Wl 51% W, a. Rosaico. ", ". J C. A. O'Neal. .
.great ability on which thereWiS great Armenia, Ncr bk, NIeso\ 1163. "
the Czars aUQI) the :Mikado on this oc U. 8._. c43l' .1y. T. F. McGourin .' Dr. W. J. hannah.
caused
casion. It is reported that the Kings applause. That : the Papblago-< Treen' to' McKenzie 'Oerting; & Co. U.8, preferred,,. 107 UB:8. F. E. Brawner,. >- P. McKenzie Oertlag,
of Italy' and Spain the Sultan of Tur- Inns who were present'to ask whether Bauffshire' Ital bk, Maictfese, 888, : ...:.......,........-...... ,SJ" B4 4x. C. W. L mlr.' ,. / :Alex McGowin, .
I the of Austria have the woman also charged with the Genoa to master. .... N.-...,.............. iss 151% J. R. Sanadenr, C. M. novlngton.
key also! and declared Emperor their intention of bending troops. Then the'Gree siaa'd' that it Edna M. Smith fer bk, Rice 736. Lesd....................... .... :ea .
gifts to Miss Rooseelt.while was the women who droy'King Ar- Leith to order. .,.. iao?; 10 M Accounts\ of Banks: Individuals Corporations! and Firms Sollcted.
I President Loubet of France our taxerxes: out of the camp. This was Numberg, Nor btf." Birkson. 1107., Met....... \iV-i l i Four per: cent. Interest paid on Time Deposits.
ChI(stiansand to A. Zel1U'S. C.n.Pac.-.1:4; :% ITBJsIf
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great sister republic has already or- the end of that night's entertainment.- Paolino, Ital bkLairaqua.. 1284, -Y.0 .. ISStf 151 1 1P.O. %
Sevres vases. .
dered two ma'snlflcent -chlcagoNews.. Rotterdam to Rosasco! Bros. .: 101: 102
Pope IPius 10th. has signified his wed intention y Providenza Ital ,bk,' Olcese: } ; 1185. R.D.G.-. ... lee 112%
of sending a handsome ., Genoa to master. 8'.P. 18.% 180 KNOWLES President. W. K.IIYER. JR. V.-Pres.
r and Castle
11t WI! H. ,
a piece of ........
ding present, probably R.I..n. :4% 24
'
Pruno Ital bk, feibelli. 1212. Art- TIIOS. W. BRENT. Asst. Cashier W. N. ROBERTS. Asst. Cashier,
.
Mosaic from the Vatican factory. 8 B 38 87K
,,
The announced intention that werp to order '1'.a. .- ,. 132: 12914Peuna :!!
rulers will resmber the Soars da Costa, :Port bk. Marnato, .....- .. !*"{ 14il{
the European 604, Rio Janerio tolL Baars & Co'r F. U.. 141
occasion lu this pleasant way may \ Schooners. l.oi !%

hav3 considerable bearing on the man D. H. Rivers. Aitf: sch. Peck, 963, .
Co.'s Cotton
is Ausley t% Daily Letter.
wedding ceremony
ner in which the Guantanamo to order. National Bank
to be performed. It is to be expectedthat \ New York; Jan. 2.-The three days First

it the Czar Kaiser and the others \ Cured Lumbago.A. holiday on the other side of the water

517 AND 519 WSST BAY ST., send presents. they will be personally of \ iJf B. Canman. Chicago writes Mar seemed to'have taken all ths snap out.
presented by the representatives : 4. 1903: "Having beea troubled with i of Pensacola Fla
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. their country in Washington. Such of the Englishman, tho Liverpool mar ,
Lumbago at different times tried!
and
would follow that he (. ; .ket coming this morning 14 points lower -
it ,05
h' ___ ______ being the case. behalf of his 1LtlSO' one physician after,another then different .
should be invited; in oin'ments and liniments gaveIt on spots while futures were reduced -

sovereign. to attend the wedding.: At TheNew' up' altosiethT. So I tried once about It' points due principally' it DIRECTORS F. C. Brent W. A. Blount, Wm H. Knowles,

Morris DannheisserFormerly the proper.to same Invite time those it would'diplomats be scarcely whose more, and 'got a bottle of Balard's! was said. to continental and Egyptian .. W. K. Hycr, Jr., D. G. Brent.
Snow Liniment which gave me almost selling! induced by of bettei
( Dannheisser sovereigns had given presents and reports
Bros.
) Idea instant relief., 'I can cheerfully
leave out tbose from countries not so crop showing In this country. Our
Old
Pure Rye and Bourbon Fine recommend it. and will add my name
,Wines, B.er and Tobacco. thoughtful and therefore, if a few are i'v to your list of sufferers.." Sold by'All J11arkets'o '-ned about 14 to 18 points Domestic and Sold
Invited 'because of their official position Foreign. and Exchange Bought
Old Hickory whlskry druggists.. lower on account of the poorsr cables ,
Specialty invite
it may be determined to
than cad been looked for and liquidation .
:
12 W. Zarragossa Street t thm all. This would give the wed- HOSIERYLong ,
FASHION AND: IGU RE.,
quickly carried prices down some
PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA. ding a decidedly official complexion ,
number of high officialsof 12 points lower when We draw our own' Bills' of Ex. Vessels-disbursed upon the most
unless a support
and .. appeared
...
.
Good Form NectMrr-Simple Great Britain Ireland' ,
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change on
-- also invited It Favorable Terms and their obligations -
,
country are
this Ju- tho w of southern buying and
of Acquiring It. 1r Germany France, Austria. Italy,
-- would lead to many heartburnings receive Wear' Speaking of the fact that fashion has prices grajaslly regained_the loss recorded Holland,Spa:n, Belgium Russia. taken payaple- at Port of

r: gifts Miss from Roosevelt almost will every probably one of high No Tear, been rather slow In'.adopting empire .in'(he early partof the session. Norway, _Sweden! Denmark!., and Destination Arrives there.Ten Days After Vessel

official position in this city and hun Four Ply-! style In'dress, an authority,on'the It was said that many, small bank other European countries.

How Easy dreds of others throughout the country human figure says'it is clearly evident who wer holding cotton on a marginof
in addition to those sending hr That's Why. that "what ha? kept the empire:vogue 10.00
about
presents, especially those In this city from attracting general approval hitherto collateral f for loans per bale to i in enable tin way the of Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. in Connection with which we

will expect invitations to the wedding has been a stupid' indifference to farmer; to hold for higher prices were have.Private Department for the use ol Renter
It is Build which promises be a very large af For Men and Boys figure. The presumption tras thai nothing being forced; to call In their loans on I .
to
i fair.She mattered beneath loose folds account of. the stringency in the money '
his! receive her engagement; whereas, on the. contrary everything markst thus bringing considerable!

ring sapphire which which has replaced she wore the while single the 3 for 50 cents' depended" on the perfection of the fig-. more cotton' 'on the market than had Savings Department-;.Interest Paid on Deposits at
ure. been looked for. The movement topnrts
Business new ring was being made. It is set A Good Carriage. however, doesn't bear this out, rate of 4 per cent per annum.

with three by diamonds.r.lgeon-'blood Miss rubies Roosevelthas surrounded Sole Agents, The woman who, has a bad figure the port uceipts. for- the' day being

't 1) and desires to improve it has it greatlyin only 25,000 bales exceeding small '
but after
much jewelry '
her never wedding worn she' will have.a hand 1VL &;,_ 0. her own power to do so. Setting movement, considering the three days ,
aside the holiday just paiLThere HILTON OBMtf, ra.'llt'. T. K. WKLLKS. Vica.Pasauossv.
That is when have choose. question of diet entirely although -
which to
1 you
some supply from has ,been ..a II.BClBMLt.C.F; 1UMSJrlJl MORENO.AUT.CUSIIIClzns
truth as a foundation on it is so Important' factor in : desperate efforts
Which to build and the Imperfect Digestion. CLOTHING STORE; both good complexions: and figures one. made in the past couple of weeks by National Bank

right material to build Means loss nutrition and In consequence must begin'with the most simple rules... the bur element to depress values fo ,
of P.n..coa.: FbiHa.o.o.w
the point when they well knew that
'With. We don't wonder less vitality. When the liver A woman: who stands badly will never DJ.reotor_.
:k that the values we offer fails to secrete bile, the blood becomes Phone 1155. 323 S._ Palafox. look welL She must contract the habit heavy stop loa' orders had been placed W ,h'. lords seer T. K. W.ll.i
have
but so far they only been '
partially
: excite surprise among loaded with bilious properties the digestion knowingly both in standing and walking U M.BoMntoa. L.flubs\ Oreeo.

:i those who havn't our becomes impaired ana: the -d -- -- of keeping the stomach well in, the put successful forth 1hP a-this efforts and each ths time market thy -_. .A JBNERM.! 'B\NK1NG BUSINESS TRANSACTED.

.
1 everyday acquaintance of bowels constipated. Herbine will rectify chest well expanded-the '
forward/and
l our store and methods. this; it plves tone to the stomach, shoulders back head grows mucfl atronger as it always
and at
the poised takes a short interest to put a marketup
OurMEN'S the .' '
kidneys. strengthens ap-- The
liver and New Yes
.t and improves the complexion a slIghtly raised yet comfortable angle end w"e think this has been growingday .. .... ............
elite dears which will sot allow the chin to Jail ... .. ...e........... ...
: SUITS Infuses new life and vigor to Troubles by day until Its proportions have J. S. RJUSE!: ;. President E. W. MENEFEE. Cashier. .
upon the neck. There is also the question reached a large amount ant: any upward i
50 cents bottle.
the whole system. a : CART, VicepresIdentTI1I
$7 SO. $9.00, 10.00 $12.50 ,of breathing. .1*" tendency would start this to
< aU druggists. PEOPL '
sold by \Will be lessened if you know -
and l UP to $18.00 that 3 our "w ek1y w sh" wtualw's Rlclat BreatJaJ. covering and prices would advance iu BANK OF PENSACOLA. ii

snake one line that will **.>>... .. be done. carefully. and Deep' breathing exercises! should: be a hurry. Directors *- L., 4.'P' ',ves, J. ft. ,Riese. W. DeC. Ketsler. R. M. Car)', <
I surprise ):ou. They are well '- Jnchided,in the physical education of Technically: cotton occupies a stronger I) W. A. O'Alemberte. T. A. Jennings. 1
lots better than you'd expect. : '10 TERSELY TOLD .. We will call for jour "wash"promptly every child who is carefully and COB position'' todav than at any time TRANSACTS" A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.

Anyway' it will BUSINESS LOCALS. .. launder. it carefully scientiously brought up.. ,One thing Iscertainno during tbe'prNcnt season and were it TOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. .

pay you to see them.. ""_ H 'I" the sreatesfcara;" being exercised woman can derelop her apt political for' monetary complications conditions'abroadwe here and M......r' .. ....,.....t." .- ...................,................

L BOYS' SUITS "-- in every detail. anB-you'll chest naturally without accurate: think the 15 cent nark would have
Oerting' ICO. be thoroughly satisfied; we guarantee breathing. In order to practice it properly l -
McKlnile wholesala I bern ,pa s d/ere: this and we do not -
20 per cent off. and retail ship chandlers and grocers, thatThe I I the head must be thrown back think it can be delayed a great while -
the only rst-cassbou5a! of the kind i the shoulders kept square 'and a deep longer: The spinner must have cotton.

In pensacolaFalr-). 'wes to alL Star Steam i breath taken very slowly- through thy The worl4't consumption is Increasingall -R 3MC. .A.EI. .
H. 0. ANSON .., nose until the filled' th -
tim farmer
lungs are witn air. e : The refuses to Wholesale and RetaIl Dealer to
C. V. THOMPSON bas Just opened a"fresh Laundr There is no more effectual aid to beau. et 11.and the crop Is undeniably short
CASH CLOTHIER line of beautiful box papers ty than deep breathing: for it has the With,these conditions !!Blaring m in Steam* ;Domestic, ..Anthracite C 0 A LYardoruerTanagOna

suitable for Christmas.presents. Also 37 E. Garten St. Fhonf It*. 'most remarkable effect ou the internal the' faia: wbo, would care to sell cot. I and Blacksmith .

.: I i Comer Palafox and Main.tI I crepe papers. Christmas Passepartout cards.picture etc Pensacola. !l I.. organs and ,therefore, the' ,cenen) ton? ',We'thin., the market a soknii. < Offlps-:-No. tl:'South Pilafu street. Telephone. S3?

I I 19dec.binding, purses 'appearance.r, -t.. ; tJ. purchate'retqrns.. present prices for substantial and Gonzalez streets. Phones 6 and 37'PACE J

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