The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: January 11, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news
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Claim. Advanced that He Was Being i
Addresses for and

Hundred Guests! Imperiledby DR. HARPER, OF CHICAGO Tried for PlfillSe Other Than for Proposed Measure Delivered

Flames in the West Which Extradited. .
NOTED By Associated Pre s. GoWrnmerit". Attorney Erwin stated
EDUCATOR PASSED 'TO THE GREAT BEYOND ,AFTER TWO Savannah, Ga.,, Jan. 10.-In the Federal the government's position to 'be that SPEECH OF '
ESCAPES YEARS OF SUFFERING, FROM 9ANCER-CONTINUED TO court to-day A. A, Lawrence, of conspiracy defraud 'existed: and

WORK UNTIL NNEAR THE END. counsel for Greene and Garner: re that; putting "such conspiracy Into YESTERDAYVessel
sumed argument: in support of the operation constituted fraud and was I

plea in abatement offered by defense therefore extraditable.: Attracted Closest Attention
By Associated Press. and to Germany for reiijf. In spite II ii: regard to' the iffaictnieatg" found in I Defendant'scounsel urged that dsfendants. by
Were Numerous, Daring Rescues Chicago, Jan 10.-Dr. William R.'of his desperate condition he kept( 1X99 and 1902. He'quoted extensively Both Sides liouse.
Harper president of the University_ of' working and retainer! ; life for sometime :' from the authorities relative to havlnig' been s4. rendered by I Which Was Driven AshoreIs
Firemen Made. Chicago died at 2:15 .! Canada faith with i
by Being : this afternoon. by strength of will.D. primes and offenses extraditable, on one charge good
He had been ill for two years from Harper was born in July, 1856 holding that defendants hd been'extradited Great Britain demanded that the Now
a cancer at the head of the large in- and was a gradual of Muskingun. from Canada" upon charges of prisoners should not be triej!:) on another Alongside,of Pala- SENATE CAREFULLY AVOIDED
CAPTAIN OF FIRE DEPARTMENT testine. lIe was' operated on for ap-|college Since graduation hehau conspiracy. He argued tba a 'bersonmght charge than that for which they REFERENCE
pandicitis, when the nature of the been: connected with various Instltu ? extradited, for: anoffe'n8er&-|; ; had been extradited. fox Wharf., TO THE MOROCCAN

INSTANTLY KILLED WHILE TRY iago.malady Ills was discovered! two years tins! of learning. until he became fultins from 'conspiracy >'but, not for Adjournment for the day interrupted : QUESTION-LARGE NUMBER OF t
i condition -I '
I became worse president of the Chicago ,
University conspiracy. \ the arguments "of counseL I The. American
ING TO SAVE A WOMAN-ONE 'k and- he made several trips to the east!,in 1891. which went ashore steamer last week'Thistlewood, twenty _BILLS PASSED ONE FOR MARK'i

TRAVELING MAN BURNED TO : f miles east of Pensacola 'bar,' while I ING GRAVES OF. CONFEDERATESWHO
.' Terrible Stoty' of'Death ,proceeding from Tampa to Pensacola,

DEATH AND THREE OTHERS & Z '. mas floated late yesterday afternoon, DIED IN NORTHERN PRIS-

SUFFOCATED IN THEIR ROOMS.By BRAVERY MEDAl:iPRESENTAlION i and Disaster in Pacific I and f ox After,.wharf is now.. moored alongside.of Paa'I'' ONS.

working pull the vessel
.... I from the beach tor several days the:

Associated Press. By Associated Prfss; : ports 'that Captain Anl a' en died :at four'' tags, which were en.aged. sue.ceeded By ,Associated Press. 1

Minneapolis, Jan. 10.-Nine' persons FOR SOUGH: TO THE NEWCRUISER San Francisco, Jan. JO..T heCbron-J the height of.a storm and that shortly-) at high tide yesterday afternoon Washington, Jan. 10.-A vigorous
lost 'the.: lives in a firs which burned I iclesays:' "Astory of death' ,ana' disaster -I afterward Miller, the second mate, made about earlier:5) o'clock. A start was speech favoring the Philippine: tariff
but when
'high tide
out !the fifth sixth and seventh stores reaches here from German. j fell overboard and was. drowned]' I bill by Representative tPennsylvania
ship Alsternie arrived 'at"the? port of i From then on until ner arrival iu came the combined strength; of the Dalzell. of
: or tae West Hotel here'early Santa. Rosalia In the Gullof-California .j: port, theship, shorthanded delayed -I tugs was sufficient to pull 1 .the steamer : opened proceedings In
to-do: RIDER after an eventful: passage of over I] by light and varying winds I into deep water. to-day. Several others fol. ,
The flanitN started in an unknown } The tugs then took the steamer in lowed In opposition to the bill among :
six months from Hamburg. The vessel 'crept slowly 'ove, leagues >of sea tuher.
manner; in th? basement and wtre tow and brought her to whom was Representative Kiefer, of
Is.In charge other first bfljeei; destination with\ the men falling
carried! up by 1 the elevator! shaft and where she will Ohio, former speaker of the .
I lateen men confined to .'their t bunks> I victims of scurvy. That she ever I undergo repairs. The t. House. <
spread on iae fifth floor. with scurvy leaving.-less' than, half u made port at all under such adverse I steering gear was carried away before The speech was filled with reeoUe-c-
Seven hundred guests, awakenedb dozen! men to 'WOrk the vessel; While conditions is considered in the lightof she went upon the'beach and inad'n1tion ) lions of the earlier[ days and attracted
< in' electric alarm?, rushd about ;'i iswking i Captain Church Presented Withi Magnificent Punch Bowl Given to far to southward; Mate, Ascnmauj I I almost! a miracle. it is reported that she is' the closest attention' of both sides of
saift.v. Many escaped scan- f leaking to some extent, and the Housev
til'! rioiho.t. by the stairway but these ; Medal for Conspicuous Gallantry War Vessel by Citizens of quently will have ,to remain conse--I Just before the close of the session
-rr. 'oon cut off "by smoke and the i I I I Case H. I several days.iUR the Incident of the exclusion of Mrs.
?ts were driven lack into their Ii Iiu in" Action.By Charleston. Agaifist H.: Minor Morris from th<> Whitn Umi- .*
rooms, I Innu { I executive offices was\ diiiCusb Mr
:? j people weir standing on the I I ; !Continued UntilFridayl I Sheppard. of Texas. Th?re"as a
nhrtow. : I ledges when the firemen arriwi Associated Press. .Associated Press. ? l SOLDIERS S brief reply'by Mr. Grosvenor. of Ohio
Tao men were soon compelled Washington, Jan. 10.- PrtgidntRjosevelt Charleston Jan. 10.-The presenta- who deprecated the sending. out the

"> !pap and both were killed.: to-day presented -medal to t'onby the city of Charleston of 4 By Associated Press. be put over for two weeks. -This was\ sensational "reports regarding; the

Captain\ John Berwin of the fire ds- Captain James, Robb Church for conspicuous iragnificent silver punch bowl to the New York Jan. 10.-When the order I refused., but it. was set for Friday. American administration
par u1' nt while trying to rescue a against H. H. Rogers to show cause Rogers's, counsel] declared he had not e
gallantry in action in the battle United States Cruiser Charleston HAS ENOUGH
was I OF
toman fell and was Instantly killed.I why he should not answer:the questions bad time to prepare an answer and HAD NARROW THE }
1, 0 E. Wolf traveling man. of New of Las Guipas, ,ini. the Spanish. made the occasion of a brilliant! put to him before Con ni1ealonet' requested that the hearing before the MOROCCAN QUESTION.

Yort, was\ burned to death In his,.; American war. .Captain Church, is of gatheringof _prominent civilians, !!a\-v. Sanborn..was\ taken up In the! Supreme i commissioner be "held fp abeyance un- "
rw.ru. aid three Traveling men were the medical_ staff of the rough..rtd. r. aad, OT'ernD1ent officials. Tie"; :.ccruiser Court to-dayj: counsel for thi!' tandard .;tH 'after ,Argument 'In.Uhe: Supreme. Washington, Jan. 10.-The Senate
suCTated Inn their rooms.Th regiment or which Roosevelt; .'as.colqncl. ; (filtered the harbor early! this morning'amld Oil Company asked that the hearing I Court which was ordered. made lt;clear to-day that it'had'hpar .' t
rp were many daring rescues. ESCAPE yesterday all iUwants to at presenton
Thi financial !loss is twenty-five thousand The presentation was made the a'noisy welcome. Immensecrowd's the Moraocan question. Several ,

dollar. occasion of a brilliant ceremony. Secretary -. thronged th&- wharves and opportunities toy resume consideration ;
u II' O. II. Wood and her daughter, Taft, General Chaffee'and other' cheered as the vessel came to ancl-or. ; of the subject were carefully avoided,
"n> >tors the West Hotel], presented as'if by common consent. '
j prii of prominE'nt officers Mayor Rhett Hhe #bowl,
'army were present
both rescued, the latter.being carried i In full dress unHor n. I which was accepted' for the* vessel by FAVORIN.Q/% CHINA Rift IN TIFLIS Were Picked Up in Gulf in Small i among A large them number of bills were passed,
down a ladder' to saf?t) One of the appropriating two
mot: t.iri'ling)!: rescues:: was that of P. The President, following the presentation Captain, Winslow and by Secretary hundred thouand dollars for marking
A ('hp.11llt'rlain. of the Security Dank. took occasion: to speak of Bonaparte for the navy. Music and By Associated Press;' By Associated Press. Yawl Boat by the Dredge graves of Confederate soldiers who

one member! of his family, who were the value of the services of the medical -j I other entertainment! followed and I Pekin Jan. 10.-The Chinese minister TitUs ''Jan. died in Northern prisons during the
Plundering of the Caucus. Civil
branch of the service and said that]' war.
1101 ?wakened in time to make theirf1"ap" 'during the evening a banquet
bj- the usual exits. For many owing to the failure of the people-i,j'I given in honor of was at Wa Jnr! ton has telegraphed I city I continus -Bombs were thrown The rest of the session was devoted y

anxious minutes they remained atlherr through their representatives in office, Secretary Bonaparte MS government that satisfactory ]legislation at the military patrol l last; nfght, and I Four soldiers, all of whom were to the matter of stories paid Panama
to provide for the better equipment' and the officers of the cruiser. by exclusion the house jrom whfth Canal officials to the
window in th? topmost story; at congress on the the bombs were stationed at Fort McRae, had a narrow -! pure food bill
'and I of tha medical service f it Speeches were made by Secretary f and to the merchant r
the L"'f'h street and Hennepin avenue support question is improbable He says aJ! thrown and adjoiningbuildings escape from death'or terrible] marine bill but
rc.nn. Mr. Chamberlain gathered i was entirely] inadequate for the duties 'Eonaparte, Governor Hywood, Admiral no action! was taken on either of tnesa
majority of the congressmen favorgreater were bombarded with the result that experience Tuesday afternoon, and but bills.
t\dinl, ': !; aM| sheets and made ropy: i required and in the event of war Dickens, Senator Tillman Representative liberality, but that the: influence many persons( ,were killed or wound d'l for the fact that the "dredge Caucus '
would be numerically incompetent to Legare and others.
of Them and at the: same time the exu : An Armenian, who attempted to assassinate was on duty dredging they would have
t grappb with the problems presented. The cruiser will remain here of the laboring class is too I POSTMASTERS NAMED
ten' several
> >n ladders wer being: placed into an officer was burned in the drowned or nearly frozen. ,
p<>ition. but found too short.The days. strong against the Chinese. Iousewher he sought refuge. The men secured a small'yawl boat BY THE PRESIDENT.
pompier ladders were rushed to the I during the early portion of the after
8r"D-< and a fireman with about : Washington. Jan. 10.-The Presi
a rone noon and decided to take-a sail about
hat firmly placed and sealt'd- laddir TO SENTENCED the harbor, although the 'weather was;:1 dent today sent the following nominations
''o the cheers of thousands of ex- very cold and anything but pleasant to the Senate: Postmasters- _
rite! spectators.; Arriving: at the wln- for making such 'a trip. It appeared ii' Florida. Walter F. ilickle. Ft. Myers-;
flat: ae took one after the other, low. that none of the nun knew how to I South Carolina-Robinson P. Searson, t
ores! them safely to the extension lad 'i'c' ; ; '., manage a, boat and as.: the wind was I Allendale; -Thomas E. Husban*?. Dil 1
der 'iwo stories beneath, by means of TD THE U. 5. .I' : high and the sea rough, it was only t Ion
the!I rope where they were brought to : a short time before they lostcontrol I -
!3h\r of the boat. The tidewas >running SERMON
.. WAS
Tb<- rescue was accomplished amid! out strong and the boat containingthe .
turaiike stillness. When the last .. men was carried out over the bar
"'fEon had l Ix en lowered and the fire- PRISON r past the sea buoy and lnto'the open INTERESTINGREV.
ILl!! followed, the cheering broke ; .. gulf for a distance of about six miles. .
f wse It was one of the most thrilling 'J Late in the afternoon the Caucus a
Jj-eaes! a? a fire ever witnessed in this : went out past the sea J.uOto empty
'; ; her bins of sand when the men were ROBERTSON 'PREACHED ON t
"aptain Berwin was carrying a Kent and James Will sighted. The vessel went to their Fescue "SHALL WE KNOW EACH
toman down a scaling ladder, when Wesley Long J i and picked up the half frozen men,

th a window'terrified woman ledge. Captain tried to jump Berwin to Serve Eighteen! Months "'' ; returning them to Fort McRae- I IS i I OTHER THERE.

c'Pfeupon lost his balance" falling ." ,"', q i- .J.' v31
even Each. !
store: to his d?ath. ; 4 One of the most interesting scvmons
delivered by Evangelist Roberfr
/i 5
[ FLORIDA AUTO In the United 'States court yesterday -,' M KILLING HUSBANDBy son at the Presbyterian church, was
listened! to last ,
j Uudge Charles :;wayne presiding.two ., night when he
both th,, preached upon "Shall We Know Each
persons corning from 1 Associated Press.
RACEJfNTRIES dlstrict"; along! the line! of the P. l: A.II I r Chicago Other There.
I found of having \ Jan. to.-A jury in 'JudgeSmith's Heavenly recognition is one of the
read. were guilty
court yesterday found Mrs.
most consoling doctrines of
;|still in their possession: end in both
By Associated; Press. Virginia B. Troupe guilty of murderIng religion and when Mr. Robertson
\tw To1," i Instances they are to serve Ions 1 her hcsban-ol The.
Jan penalty was
10.-Entries for ths''' announced that he would
!tom nh 'l terms in the T/nite.States! prison. t a fixed at 14 in the penitentiary.The .
!> annual international Ormondle t that years preach upon this subject it waa expected -
The first case to cc1u'e. up was
ni1oaa 'I verdict reached after four
beach was
automobile races which ;. charged : that h> would have a large
Kent who was
d yesterday, show of Wesley] hours of deliberation. congregation.The .
22: individua.
fI.1I1petitOT'' with a total entry in all: with having a still In his possession.:!strong :Mrs. Troupe was accused of murdering eminent divine prove! both
tiles of 166. (The government introduced her husband William C.
The touring car which the from scripture and reason" that people
!1Iri'd" in last winters tournairents j.evidence, and he was convicted. to Troup, the night of August 9. 1905, who go to the heavenly place will ;
.t''. se>ii eliminated with the exce p'i' court sentencing!. the defendant In the in their house. The shooting supposed recognize each otb r. He said that ,
e of serve: a term of 18 months to have taken place during
Ir on;< event In which the regular! a the mother would recognize her long
I :?t cal' figures In horse power the'j Atlanta prison. 'I.U.Jamt. >d %/ ,, 1AR quarrel after both had been spendingthe .lost babe and that friends on earth
e1tnes this tear stow an increase o,:' The ,other defendant evening in a saloon. would met with one another in that
IA than 2:: per cent one of 20 Long who was convicted the was day'ch pr-j "
: of selling liquor. ;ile 1 DAMAGE land.His
> other :250; horse power will be vous : and was <-'- TO KENTUCKY IS sermon was listened to with
n In eon etition. ot r-"Ji having a '.:; ABOVE THE WATER LINE. rapt attention by the congregation,
t1 From the point sentenced to isluonths .
i jrlsfc .
cumbers 1 In brisoa.:
the Atlanta -
i New York, Jan. 10.-The Kentucky to-night upon the subject "Is Therea
LYNCHED will!) not be placed in the dry dock at Hell; if so What la It?"
| SK A NEGRO ...
PARDON I the navy lard as a result of ntr collision
with the Alabama on Sunday
FOR FOR MURDER I'V' This was 'decided upon yesterday aftera REVOLUTIONISTS
MRS. TOLLArWU'u' I consultation! of Captain J.. NT. Hemp I

hill, acting commandant Naval Con SLAUGHTERED

t 1'rt N' J-, Jaa10..-Mrs. Tolla! ,!I By Associated! Press t fC ;. structor Nutting and other officials:.
Hart :
toll 10.-Je The only the ship
Houston. Texas, Jan. tp are foundto <
it -. e been hanged on Fne i ii' I the a sas- ,, Associated Press.
charged with ; be above the water line. j By
s a negro '
vs. :
today granted reprieve ofj .- ''
';, flay* by Governor a Stokes. ,Mrs!' nation! of Ozre pone at Ber!nss' Mill 7IjIiIIri1t / .. ft'" : I! Mitau. Courland, Jan 10.-A squadron
Q KM,0088-": : xw York lawyer, I 01. Monday night wo was takea from ,; ; ; 1 Agrees to the Eight-Hour Day. : of dragoons which was ambushed
before: the 1 board of ap-I! thj officers at ladle last night has f- New York Jan. 10--Charles ai.i| ;war Hazenhtt, was reinforced' ] later <
M y r* '(*+e Porlon of'Cincinnati. lynched at Moscow, Texas. jarly today .- Jr I f Reed. another printing firm belonging!;;and surrounded the revolutionists.
):ntnl! .a petition for clemency and! The nejrra said be Polk to the typotbeUe, yesterday agreed}j No quarter was given and. revolutionists -
iI5'd :accidentally. MUcr.elMM: : he,killed f to the eight-hoar day and.-c.losd shop li I numbering 89: ,' were killed ,to UM
... eighty-ausand names. f him for fun.". >! /r -:: >.t" "-' '- i THB.CZART-THAT THING/GKTg- ** ON MY'NERVEa- i"J emanded by.tie striking ,printers.jjjj'jjjjjj', J last man. -

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ai 'oprfATHDLlC: .::1,, When in the'MBkOTPT! : ;F" 2 R' :. ;

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:I CHURCH +, For Hardware ,and ,Builders' Supplies al:I

DRBELLS ""t- Prices Before Placing Your \
__. m Get Our :

ffI I "Cons Es io l n, or Can f Man, ::Forgive ?
BBS! Know Bawdy fer Cats WIIea All as 'i y Order .. .

Stunner Coughs and Falls. Sins? F fitferSirtW- sTSuh; c E; ', -' : I

; Colds. ]$: -: .' ,., .
Idad I bedds! MTera covgb: 1 last fight : F -
*ever nsnmet and I triedgreat jrOetzXSetvo
b cold which settled on xnr PINETAR remediei bat Done
loon,and I tried.arioo aa many 'we : one
{ F of them seemed to do m .Yl ; cnu. ui ss
p .
kinds of couth remedic* food and ftt last I t
_ Bone of which did ne aar tried try ; At t'ao' outset of his aititcss ont : '

. one good bottle: until X of finally Dr. &n'tried. Bell onaebottl cured IlVery t DfeUion.' or. Can Man Forjir* "TSToix :IVJIoxiey |I
-' PinT -B0De1.which respecttsUy.and it Barman Sins?\.Jt! St. Joseph church! last nljntFth I i .At:1Q.: : :
+,'. nll.vd vie M once. Chunan.. 114 E. Ct. Catlv.oliio r :Xavier! Button asked his heii. ..
A a r. for FleMa this accept most my valuable thank U-t LoniiriCa, X3. ers tp set aside all preconceive;)! !Meat r .' l"f',

t respect on the subject of confession and cta: ri
,14, ;:Umec1Iienve Frank*, 416 dldly and blow! his
; fairy to arsumeat. ; \ -

4: Pnliiki drtsasaa.j BL. LitU Sock H ON EY fairnjss. !He to urged'listener this and for lecturer the sake alike.c: Agents M 'Sury's Paints and Varnish.

He,then told his heuers what the satr.tment '

of penance, to. -hiw: nat only .
'v ho Raman Catholic church hold,, bat Mail: Orders a Specialty.l ;'
every religious. bodin; ;the .worl*
IIf wjbleh has' ever hrt the; churcli, at ninttter -" n

s lij : now early a date silll holds, 8.S ..', . --" -
save Ute Protestant bodies! forme'1; bv

* i '' Se tapeU Luther, pjnaince-tjf' Calvin_ and a.'human the' others In of tutl'J11"their. m I Gordon & :Brown Hardware Co.I

'said ths speajEtr. '"no Qne should i.aveanjUilng .
i td'ao'trti i'' !U, but If it is a JS I"i f 8
divine inStitution. how can ono 'calhrshhnsetf l!- i

..OVER. ,Qooooa.vfraeES OF.. I a. 'CnrUtlan dare to tune et3
his back would
upon} it.? Protestants *
tare t e.t grid .beIHre."i: ;continued'<< .. ,. \
Dt. tb? prie q ft hat confession! ;; was ;*, Y W '"'.e "' ,{ r WriW.NrrWrsgYM! :.(
Bell's Pine-Tar .IWriYU' Wri '
yrrWtyllY ? _
I teat HoneyWere Kan-miide: n|titration of comparatively lJt&j&i, : ..._...k6iiklSAnyone.:.K2fiB: _to..u'_ _, SK1."''........lmm":-! Ji" yut...iiiIIIIi.l.t ."mil. i::!,,...!:fe..--.iba".k f! : _:-..".r,

recent 'Jat ." He proceeded to' ex-j _, _, eo" ,;:_ --' >. __ _., ,. -
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cc. .
sold during the year f 904,on an absolute guarantee. Out of this mine. th.ejiistorjr**to",see.- if this were 1'AI W r..Y -ff'n f ma
vast number of sales moocy waa refunded on only six bottks. This true.'Protestapts;.t\\ would t like'; to. havertople I t 1 tl k ..t RRIGra.sls/. ... i: U. .t I t t: 1..u..u .I J

proportion--I out of.4tOOO,000- so exceedingly small that it 't:!
I ; "betibve" said.. F' lher.3utton.. .'
hardly mites a ripple in the solid r"k"T of satisfied -mat all the Catholic 'w'orld'went to

customers. This is the unprecedented record of the bed one nish ..abj in the ':Jl<;>rning got m Can Buy a :Piano Now.

most. wonderful cough medicine on the market uj: again .Qag! tocpnfesioa. If that
wre the colts iherc; would surely; be''' .

lAOK FOR 11iE hit-tone retlgt rdrof:; the event. Re i No matter what your earning capacity may be. RW
Jt, I I have an aceoynt, with the name of
t Bat ON THE BOTTLE the founder of every heresy and you can put a piano in your home on our "pay jJ

1 k 'NO schism since the church was founded when like" plan. No other one thing in '
,t, 25 cents CO cents'and $IXX Bottle It Is not reasonable to believe that I J you l

is Prtp'oaIJ b>,r till L E. SUTHERLAND MEDICINE CO., fifeah. fe such a' practice\ as this which the people I the. world: gives so much< pleasure as a good t

;I certainly 4' ;.do not se k because the/ Piano in the home $10. PUTS A PIANO INYOURHOME> ,l jm
particular live which the
Y'i I > it. and
I I priests certainly did not seek to establish i I :balance when like"These i j
i could have been started and Iranlch & Each -and then the ; you can 'pay you
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[: SEPARATE STREETCAR !Self!! "Protecting PlaaU. I 1 vorkl without some record ot theevent. CLUTTER ers skill! and art. i1
Plants Yet nowhere can a suggestion
protect themselves much the -
! LAW ARGUED same as insects. One of the uses of DELTA .tof' throughout such record the centuries.be found. anywhere Iii F, B

1 "Confession was not started in the O. de-stand LargestiMusic 114-116 S. P.lafoxStPhonelS Ei
,Ibth century" said the lecturer, "be ;:t Housa In Clutter Music House 1,
CITY ATTORNEY cause it. wasft, then that( the Pope (con j .Florida PENSACOLA =::
''f: to The Journal... ferred'on the) British King! Henry VIH .
" the title defender 'of the" faith be- lute sy m W! JIf!J W mnm!Nf+ fI"n" W !YsRrWAW!R1WKYYriWrfW. !, JnI.J::
APPEARED. ; 10.-:.Tht K. of Lo.. the ___ _.JI i."iMiriII _U.. ._..... 'O .Po..j..c..u., ..:
csuse he wrote' a
: :; the hall last
j g'.at.
COURT IN ; 'I!: ft'ven sacraments, of which penance ----- ----..---- '- .
fr.. ', is.one. It not in the 13th .century *
I s' is to: was the narrative of the 'omrnission; of
!: t expected ,** ,:ne argued, "because then, at when He NEWS NOTES OF OPERA: HOUSE
.. Fla..,next ;und ) th Council.' of Lateran. held' in Christ to theP9stles' USCQ'j
: City_ Attorney : on Monday last I;I Rome; thtf ,rxtfe, was made must In mak the nh'e. '-s '! send you': And 'in this 1 I BUSY BRISTOL
church: that every one out .
turned Tuesday Klackshearwho ban his confession! as.often as once; a )'ear, connection the lecturer pointed OPERA 'HOUSE.
see where he last few days was the fact that; Christ and Himself said
which rule Is still in force although I
that He came into the world to for.ere -I 3P,ela'| The Journal. ONE NIGHT ONLY.
, pieme court in an see a doetor last Catholics to confession val- to
: ing the j ; many untarily as often go as once a week or tuna,,and had done so. I Bristol Jan. 10.- Bristol is still Thursday, Jan. 11.
3 ; -If we" had nothing else but these justly numbered .-ith'the busy towns
ordinance: ft' the j, -
j i erby. was the guest o( once a month. 'It. was not in belief' .
ed passenger.in! last' Sunday. eighth .&: nhJ1'). tfor, the Greeks car- fiords upon "which: to base our" lot the state.. Many new buildings ar.# OSCAR L. F1GMAN
of declared
nthe 'fia-cratnect '
) : penance
; beIng
; sistant City t constructed and others are
t ; us and Jennie Jerni- red: confession away with them when
would have
'n sonville also Father Xavier "we planned. Construction work is ,and
Olive Baptist church separated from the papal authoritr -
court for similar ell ugh. But this Is not all.. And, Eightly? retarded on account of the
at the time. Arid *o it was through '
It will be Msrritt bf, Olive was. centuries when the Ar- then turning to the Gospel accordingto arclty of l labor.I .
;' the earlier ( St. -'John h- read of that appearance ;I the IN THE WESTERN OPERATiC
time Miss Solomon has accpted pu-
groes some mother' Kestorians
Mrs. H. W. the
; ]: ntenians, the Arians
risen Savior to the'12
of the COMEDY
; sit ion of teacher in the primarygrades ,
the ordinance and and othrs went out. Nowhere in the I
before the supreme : an\jf_' Zoe Parazine the writings of the fathers in the inner chamber when in the Bristol High School.
I I traditions ; '
i; It Is announced, : He breathed upon them and said: i( J'liss Nan McAlUley having resigned "The Tenderfoot"2fBIG
of aMiss Dora: 'Clara: or in profane history, said the, Ghost whose!,
:$ ion next Tusday. : of "Race-ive ye the Holy ; 'ito i accept a position as stenographer
"Is there a single reco-d
t '' ever sms-ye remit they: are iii the .fIor 'Clerk of the Circuit SONG HITS-24
I Lizzie dnd Letti Ihfounding of the practice of con-; -
1 thV guests'"of Misses fusion to a priest of absolution! toi up o them; and whosoever! sins yjregain Court RevelU: Cast includes Jethro Warner FH
Warding ; : and Eva Jarnigaui: tae penitent' From these fact he)I ; they ar: retained: I! Dr. J ckon' of Bock;; Bluff. spent J.' Bailey Han> B- XX'IlIiams (Jews'
A famous French '. i that was not a human short time In Bristol the first part ofj I Romaln/Btu Lockhart, Louise Branctt -
ed how it was Ii argues institution. penance I Chamberlain's: Cough Remedy the th3 week: |, Frances Warner and others
erect carriage "Was'con Best Made. |I! S. V. Baker .art. employee of the FAMOUS COWGIRL CHORUS.
; !(>S5lon a divine inslitujtion i
:, cause be bent ovt> Card.' ; asked. ")n my opinion: Chamberlain's Cough Bristol flee left this morning on nveeks I II Prices-25C to 150.
? the missionary fond
floor! with his l : rtffr that all 'druggists)ten h* proceeded to examine the Remedy Is the best made for. colds!,"''I vacation, which will be spent Seats sale Tuesday. noon at tti

:- cry day. If he ; io..refund your_ money': question along this line. He produced| says Mrs. Cora( Walker of Porterville! with his family' ai :Medart in Wakulla book store.
; )' and Tar falls to cure i California: There te no doubt about county
of the spine HO a book and quietly called: the altei-
cold. It ( its being the best. No othr will curea Mr. Aldernnn 'Lookk r for thsEtllffanulgi ]
stops ths,, pf
that be would have tion! 'of his hearers to the fact.
'I lungs and prevents' i cold so; quickly. No other Is so cure _aval Stores and Ian ONE NIGHT ONLY I
'abdominal It was printed in Oxford and was the
muscles : I from a coli. Cures la King .Jam-version_ of the Bible.' a prsventh? of pneumonia. No other fcduring: Company 2 spent a short time-I ._Commencing.-.-
'i portal congestion. I j ( prevents pneumonia From the' book of Numbers be rea'd ; is so p'easant and safe to take. Thes-i; in Bristol Friday: evening.C. .

tion Interferes with :, : ] .."Contains no opi! from the Mosaic law the command art; good reasons why it should be pre: W. AfcAlilley. postmaster at 'Friday J January, 12th.
5r and with the action i .j8 in a' yllow' thasinnrs: sac-uld: confess'Ihelr! wTonsi:i' ferred to any other. Tne fact is that Blountsrown., spent Suffi'sy here with

poison destroying : II substitutes. \,'. A. doings.! Thea, turning to the' ',Gospel) fey people are satisfie with any other his family. VICTOR ,F. SCHAFER
lessened, auto I and apothecary recording to St.. 'Matthews, he ratliGrin( after having once used this remedy: Will Ct T sker. the photographer,
u arteriosclerosis' and I ? For sale by all druggists. hag: mod his tent to Blountstown, Presents
t a much earlier day. j but still spends. Sundays here' with

t !the spine flexible l ,f I the Deiert. : Great M*Who Were Little. his! ft.-nllr.'
I erts of Arizona dwell Frank A, Hentz spent Saturday in Otis B. Thayerand
sad I Canon
muscles strong KinKsley not lang: before has
: 'They are very the upper part of the county.Dr. .
culation Is kept death dreg attention tD the number of :
"quite civilized liv- R. H. '''Tuten Is baving miteriali the original New York compaa'' it
held off.-Good I short mf"nho could be Keen in a Ix>nd6n the
for his placed on
.and their nsw drugstore the
; doing charming comedy dram,
crowd| He looked upon: it as a sgn! ground, : _
in circular
zf'K of the deterioration of the race. But Work on the Apalachicola Northern
the vind l It Sweet
from Clover
si I to stakes, add with y and bear yonr SUFFEEDfG. il there are those who look at It as an R. R. is prpjre!slnz as. fast as material : ,
jnfiicatJon: of progress in intellectual and labor can be .secured.

I t you prefer, but you Till find life lines 'at least!' for many if not most of Turpentine oper.tra': this t terri&r -, The greatest American pastoral"r!
of these Indians who.
: ,the great men f\t history have been men are actively engaged in cutting writteii. Six: months in Ne* vo r.
RUCD-formidable war- pleasanter, if yon will cure iho beSavr'the' medium height. Canute the boxes and with but-few exceptions! Three months lix Chicago. Re' -'
theApaches are afraid! Great will ab:3e try the advice of the Turf than .
small ever.Last
was a
singularly man, Napoleoa -
they elevate many pains with that great, modern was undeniably gbart. Nelson pentane Operators'lSoatlon! and tour of the south.
Their mall boxes greatly reduce'tj} box' cut as coaj-
\ keep>>" *them out oi the pain remedy, H A M LIN S Lad n) height; of which he could boast eared to former tlra. Prices-25c ,,50c 75e and 103.

I : which will eat and the srwt fonde '.wa hardly more Hon. 'H': H. Spear of Cjattahoochee Seats on sale XVeJnesday. ai ooos
1123 ,
; been handled by bu- than five feet tall. IIlldeprand-Greg- spent yestorisy: in, Bristol l. pleasantly at Coo's book store.MATINEE .
blind, sick : also because of the ory VIl.- he"createst of all the popes greeting his numeraut friends. Co!.

no relief 1 it rains In that region All pain is caused by some was quite a diminutive! person. Mon- 'r5i year_ is more spy;.jhtly than! many ot ANp NIGHT.
Ul ne-was short; so was Pope. "a little the younger men
a year but then-how form of inflammatory 'action crooked: thing that asked> questions; The arrival of The Pensacola Jour-

The heavens: ,' seem ac MO. was ryden, and co was Scarron nil Is an'iloufcly availed each mail Saturday Jan. 13
r W : : inuuens* areas are Hauilins Wizard Oil drives out who alluded to himself; l.It "an at rldgUnt clay and ,msny expressions of disappointment ,
into lakes. are heard when it fails to SAM H. HARRIS
of human mi-eries"
the inflammation and thereby on account of Most
a | out of the reach of his abort trnr and ill health. :liriv pre'mptly' Presents the Most Remarkafc

coyotes. (not to men relieves and cures the pain. cal Success of Two Seasons.; !

i Papagu chickra coops! Cklnr reollarltle. 1 I.
There Is no other relief and In giving' his opinion of f'btJC..ap

J JI at 'night.fowls when it Is ;iAn! Faulkner: of the artillery! corps'epitomized Color of Ha'f' Said 1 to Indicate a Per:
I tthe;; fly up care known to medical sciencefor the Chine.characteristic ,
.on', Tmpr.mnt.
afft'y in their lofty ;
I 1 so cleverly that some of hIs listeners
the of rheumatism '
pains .., copied down his words. i t, Many people believe, that blonde or
I I indigestion 'Cblna," said l light! hair tienotiaaffection and dull JONES!
I Il GtrC neuralgia, earache, Captain roses Faulkner' "Isa hiir constancy.* A person without
-co"uhtry where the have no fragrance -
1 bad 'gtvenhlm'iten headache, toothache, and'for and the women no pettlcO'.1ts.whn hair is not devoid of character; fir: i Play and Music by Geo. M, Cohs".
: WRITE a xjuarter of a"dollar. from It The disposition' the average -]1 Introducing a specially! selectea! :: "*rt
t l l i I I I I might put one or the injuries such as bruises, sprains, ; f the laborer has np Sunday and baldheadfed r"m U to show such'f{: ''Of principals and a, singing anl
US plate: _the mseifitrate! no sense of hOnDwhere folicitua1' for' the welfare of others'that j t 1 I dancing company of
FREELY .'ou give. Bobby his cuts and burns, etc., BO certain : the road* bear no vehicles and the hs neglects: himself. A germ 75..PEOPLE"75
Ame'home chips no keels! where old men fly kites causes baldness. Prof. Sobouraud. of Bis l -\r-'
and frankly, I the boy and safe in results as Hamlini : 20 Cohan Song Hit e
symptoms and the needle' points! to the south Pi ri5. France Ihntxfculated a rabble Four Great Scenes'

your consider your I thought at first1' II} Wizard Oil. Price 60 cents and where the place of honor is on the-left i I i with Dandruff gnni causing k to become I 1_ PRICES-Matinee, 50c. 75c aid, IL
t' hand:and the seat: of intellect in th.. totally bald,in five weeks' timeX and S'-5' *
you free advix (tn I ) the, quarter. said Bob-'; : Night, 25e, SOc, iSo $1.00
envelope). I i t In\ tlm'e,,! _;remem-i* 100. Fully guaranteed.For stomach, ;where to take off your hat U :'To arms rid It the;is scalp necessary cf the9 to apply dangerous New'', Seats on sale at Cos's Thursda *
write today. ,an'insoleot .and to wear white ,
lovetlTft J gesture j \noon
glv-t t 1 bio's Herpicide, .- ,, I __
visor Dept.w The recommended garment It to le iu mourning a ; ; 1-I _
sale and by ; country "
doe Co., I_ could give the ten ''| Destroy. The: cause--3ou r'remove'the 1t '
wbi'h' hu literature without
I deal.more cheerfully i WHITE'S PHARMACY.Pensacola I a an ., effect" t I II ''Palafox: street, or send lOc In s':*::::"
I alphabet' and a language without agrammar.London j .
I Fla.I, j j j.t I For sale- bt .W. A. D'Alemberte; for sample to The Herpici-c totioiu 1Jor
Phone 130, Night Phone 448. Globe. druggist and "apothecary, 121 South Mich.

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I A Y M.O RN N Q. NUARY'111908
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PRICES :PfRU I UDRiVER.8'R 1 i1 jjl 1 I ; Why, ; '; :-, ," v -, /. ,., _. .. .Becase- .. 11. .

: : .Its component parts are all'wholesome. ,

ARE DOWN InGt .' FJQS It acts after-effects. ..
:- yrup.of; :: gently wi ut'unpleasant

It is wholly free from objectionable subst nce$. !

Bat We .

HaVONOL PLANS the best family .laxative It contains the laxative principles of plants.It .. : i

; contains the carminative: principles plants.
S .*
Downed our iIL : tY -; ..v. .. :-" !, Jt, contains wholesome'aromatic liquids which are .

... *{ agreeable and refreshing to the taste. :

Standard ofQuality. Baldwin-. and d Escambia County: ::4 It ,is pure. 'r .. ,:. .. t .

t I It ... .- .All are.pure. ..- .
; ; Js DentiloK4 : '- .
; .
Corassionsrs 'Considered
.f" '
It. All are delicately blended. ': -

If You Have Time To Save Money n Them'Testerday.t .i- \ 5 : ; pleasant "}'i,:. -
.It is efficacious. :, : : I.
.:. .4 .. 'methoOf manufacture :
In And Take Of rr( < : Its value-is due to ,our
Come Advantage
I The County Comnus_ toners met Ig 'ItiS'notexpenslve'r''r ::. : .
4 : ; '
1 of the
the simplicity
and to originality
Cession to .l ( "J ., I.1 \
morning ,
yesterday, : :j. :(
Our Great Reduction'Sale That Is I I rtcehc: bids! for th$, i>to! ,ed s.ccj;t ti'' It is good, for children. ::*; := /: f r combination.rT" .-, .-1 1 '.

bridge to built the Pcrdldoi '
be across L

Now On .: I'. river at Avery Muscage!: *Ccmirlseicners?.. A.. fall board.JChairman Ao j, )- ji I It is excellent for ladies.. :: .f;;: **.i:, ;:, :'To get its beneficial'effects buy:'the genuine. j r i' '

drew, Sennott VNiggina: and Steward It is convenient for. business. men. r:i. -,- -
These prices are good until June 27th.. Manufactured, by ilr
was present. Commissioner T- :: ,: :
It safe under all circumstances. :
.i perfectly
for cash only. I J. Ilolman and Commiss oner O, E.1 '
McMillan, of Baldwin county, Alabama l >
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We were also pf(! nt. tIe rJr.1oslton! be-, .It is used by millions of families the world over.
are simply winter

stock before taking inventory our and to I ling Baldwin to have county the bridge and Escambia built jointly county by i I It stands highest, as,a laxative, with physicians.! @FQRN1A Ifi: YRVP 9 i1ii

make room for Spring Stock. I Bids Opined.r I I .If. you use it 'you have the best laxative the ..
t Bids for the bridge were opened:> .San Tssnclsco-C&I.' r :

follows, e..eh bid be'ng accompanied! i i world produces. LoQln'lll."K '. .NWVo.I..N.Y._ I' II -,

bj blueprintpcificat'ou3., showing! -. .

I: tie character of the bridge wh:ch the _-;. .... .. ...... fOS SU.E STALL'.LEJM1XO, .-PBVGQ1STS.\ J
f t "* .
I bid jovrred:

STAl1DARDltOTHltIGItJ Calf: Machine;: Works, .- Pensacola,I ==-- -- .
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1 Fla... 3,44.00. I -

I, Virginia Bridge and Iron Co.. At-: -A :," 'L._. i:1'........:...,..;:.;-::: .'.;, :.1.' .,.' .. '. ....:. :'.'
I lanta Ga.. specification $2,23500,

i specification b-$2,125.CO !

I Southern Bridge Co. Birmingham.' ,- ---- -. '.

:____ *:- ::.: -'-: 21 1'fication, Ala.. specification$3,57700.$3,63700.; specification;) ; speci-3- I: $ Nick's Buffet and :

.. .. 7-,..,.- -, TINSTALUTION--- ......-- I $::,35Q.OQ., ..: .,_ "- : H.EAIYF1NES A S SjPlACED ""tt PROGRESS CLUB
= '
: New .
American Bilge: Co:' York Amusements i il Restaurant

The Latest Fad. j' t specification_ *$3.98500: ; specification : : .
2-$4,16$.fl'*". thre: dit'hrent.approach- -l -*

BEAUTIFUL COLLARS,designs, for OF fcs./wee.bjifda? 'either of ::which, could, J J iskindin-Oul1:'placo otI':
U the most exquisite I.be added lo' The bridge bids, as lolJons ONI : ELECTS NEW.OFFiCERS .' : .Pnsa4a J.A a
lOc to
from .
Ladies :nr.d 'Tenderfoot* ..
: "The.:
: U
cach. : S5S500:; J32S CO{) !. and $25100 it:
$ : SubpiVPlan, to Engineer. :Hiss; Ruth;.White, the,prlma donnao

f Mrs.! ,Nordstrom's Millinery, OffICERS ?;UV f 'Alter consider'ng the various bids! I the big ;w .stem'comedy; '-'"The Ten A Pride ,

i; No. 11 E. Intendencla St. for some tme! thr'board adjourned to derfoot" wh.ch. :will. be .,seen here tonight toPensacola .

I 6 30 p_ m. and tlun held a long session -I WOMEN gain ;iJ) 'h r' first sn.age. experi- '

1 ,'at which it was decided to select ti.ce'_sin'sing' the-b l ,."'.'Ben 'Bolt.," In :- .

TOLD the specifications submitted bthe A. M. Palmer's"original 'production of : ,
TERSELY 0 O. Eo S Gulf Machine Works and the Southern -
Bridge Co.. and submit them to Trllb I She has. ben,"a prlma donna Larger cities: aanot

with(he,Castle Square English Grand Held Last Which boast_of a better:equipped
tonight for "The' Ten a competent t'nginer;: for his opinion.A I Who Pleaded_ Guilty t to'the Chargeof Meeting- Night, serviceIs
place The the
Larp dummy
meeting will then be hed! and one Opera Company \with Henry W. Savage

der'ooiM of the two bids will be' accepted. The Selling Liquor Without I ..:and Jett that position to, create Was Followed by,Euchre :, best that can be nad.
motion to submit the: plans to an en- '
I. )1. Ovens, of Westvtlle. is in tho' Florida Chapter No. 14 Held an the role 01 "'Willie" In 'The Burgojrast -
Kiner was niada by Commissioner I
i city on a saort business visit. a License. r," She has one of the best so- Game and Dance.The .
Sennott and unanimously! carried.- I voices heard todain, light Nick Apostle Propt'rMarine
Tuesday riano
; DeFuniak. Interesting Meeting ,
of was Commissioner Steward : not
John \ileford. t was -- --- ---

1 among lh" visitors to the city jesterTne I present at the night session, having. fines .'opera l The"and music a charming of The; Tenderfoot personality.," is I Progress Club held its ,annual

3 dn: Night. been called home onthe noon train Three hcavj: were)imposed yes.terday particularly enjoyable because it iso meeting last night, when officers were

, bj the illness of one of his children:: bj Judge *eggs otthe criminal; such a swing and vigorous oharacter. elected ,for the year and other bus!- 'Co.
of Mrs. Boykin Grocery
funeral court upon ,\\omen'' for sailing malt, There: arj. some twenty numiers ness transacted. Following the election -
held Christ caurch this .An meeting of Florid 'I. ''
wi'! I h" at interesting Stomach Troubles and Constipation., '
day' in of
liquors without JL hcsnsa.' The the piece and every one
and dance
morals; al 10:30 o clock.Or CLapter 1'0. 14, O .IS< S..' was held *Cbambrrlains Stomach and LAyer was day criminal .court,!,them Is a big hit. The best remem of officers euchre a .604, 606, 608, 610 S. Palafox I St.

B. \Vhitmer and J .R Gillett, Tuesday night, when the officers re Tablets are the best thing for stoma ,a and'the plea .I'1he... ..* the'! b=red are "The Tortured ::Thomas. were enjoyed, continuing until mid- Phone 725.
troubles and 'constipation Irfrare:ever women appeared befpre night. The officers elected were as
boh: of Go hen, Ind.. are !in tho: city, cI'ctl'elected: were installed. The I_ : Cat "I'ma Peaceably Party;
.. spending the winteY in sold." says J. R Cullman, 'a drnggis court and entered pleas<.of guilty tol "Adios," "Fascinating Venus." "Onlya follows:' V. J. VIDAL, Manager.THE .
and anticipate follows:
are ag of Pott nme. 'MichThey are easy i the charges against them, Kiss* and "The Soldiery" MrFigman President-Ed_ Forcheimer,
l'PlSU."a! : Worthy Matron: -Mrs. Ella Bejer.
. to take ant alwajs give satisfaction: and Ruth White are the stars OF GOOD THINGS TO
Worthy Patron Mrs., J. M. Fllnn. t ; I They were .Effie McDonald Pdrci Vice-President-Sam Kahn. HOME
4 The rends of J.1 Pf?l ffer will b "I tell nij customers! to try them and If of this witty opera., and Professor EAT.
Mrs. Minnie and
Associate Matron- Nelson and Maj Whitney, Dannheisser.Secretar .
realurer-D. .
plea:.+>d to learn Ihat be:was' ,:able tojuv I Bonacker. not satisfactory ,to coma back and, get ', Petubone, as pottrayeajby, Mr. Fig : Just Received:
; AS home for a short while Sun- ''t'cretal'yr-Mrs.' Alice AVilson their .money, but have never ,had a was fined thesum .of UiQ'and: costS man is said to-be tb> most deliyhtfu )'-Julius Menko. Halibut Chunks Halibut Quick Lunch

da, and mat as soon as.. the' weather Treasurer-Mrs, Amatua Wilker complaint." For sale by all druggists. Some weeks ago the officers proceeded I role in which. he has been seen for Governing Board-SoL Cahn Mitch BO kits of fancy Mackerel, $Ui: per

uefomes more settled will 'be able to on. 19>arrest keeper; of thni_ ses some time. Jficoby B., I* Gundersneimer! N" G. kit.I

actively! c". duct his business. Conductress-Mrs. Tlllie PennardAT FUNERAL NOTICE. in the Red :Light district' where .Intoxicants Forcheimer, A. M. Cohen, Morris I 50 kits Salmon, $1.25 per kit.
----- "Sweet Clover" 'To-morrow. $US- kit.
! Conductress-Mrs. Mary Fowler weresold., upon the chargeof I Joe Roth. 50 kits halibut per
(rartsluj is not a failure-even Watkins. The funeral; .of Mrs: Emily C, Jones The scenic production given "Sweet Levy 50 kits of Cod Tongues and Sounds,
Adah-Mrs. MaJ i
'thoj: h your rival married the girl. vife of Bojkra Clones,. ,who passed selling malt liquors without a li- Clover" Is one-of :the most elaborate kit.Bloaters .
Ruth-Mls.' M'i'aret!. Ousley Lumbago. $125 per
Answering want ads. ,pajs-e\en' Esther-Miss Bertha Stewart. away' Tuesday, will bQ; tJelat!\ cens?, and among them wete the three''|er taken en tour: and requires Cured Milkers and Roes Herring.

though th other day, you mis>sed a. Martha-Mi-s Willie Kendrick. Christ Church Thursday because someone else ansnered at 1030 o'clock. Interment in.St 4, 1903: "having been troubled
Jflid chance Fu;eta-Miss Lorena White. ; are stui over"a dozen others who have tansportation.Ten l tried German Sauer Krout.
different times and
the advertisement! first. Chaplain-Mrs. Mary 3.t Weeks. John's cerneterj. ; the: sam charge.against them. of the latest improved calcium Lumbago, at another: then dif I Pigs Feet in kits. $1.00.

i Warden Miss! Mollje Lnskey.Sentinel All of the wontn were out on bond, lamps for stage lighting are also car one physician after Manewal and Lange's Fruit Cake.
E'anEt'llfi; O. P, Spiegel spoke last Gibbs. Courtmartial Continued.Anrap9liA the ned to lend 'realism to the sunset f'rent ointments and lIniments, gaveit : I National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake 25o
-Mr. Barr night weaterday
night ai: the Cnristian church. tabernacle I .- .Jan 10.-The courtmar- but Tuesday and moonshine fir -llght and tableaux ef'ftcts up alt>geth<>r. So I tried once pound.
Marshil-:Mlss Gertrude Vati.bn. bondsmen of Minnie Risers and Carrie' per
on Eist: Jregorj; street near Al- tial trial cf )Midshipman Stephen Do- with which the play abounds. : more, an I got a bottle of BallardsSnow We handle the celebrated blends of

Ii oaniz oni Model Conversion' Toil CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY catur for encouraging and coantettancing Martin became uneasy and surrvndered aultney : -: The first act is an exterior and represents Liniment which gave. me almost Coffee roasted by the Gulf City Coffe
will speak on TO hazing was* continued today the women to the, officers be's pretty instant relief. I can cheerfully ..
nIght ai' 7:ZO clock, he :\ Quinine Farmer 1101 com Co. H_ P. Chipman. Manager.
i. the great question "What Must a Take Tablets. Drag ists'rerr i money if it: were placed in jail to a-ait trial. I'Connecticut: home. with its beautiful recommenl I it. and will add my name Oazaca. Sic lb.; Gold Standard. 259

Sinnei/ Do to be Saved?" fails to cure. K W. GROVE'S signature COMPANY I.I owars! and w ide-spreading' oaks to your list of sufferers.! Sold by all lb; Diamond Blend, 25c, lb; Golden
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Abso-, CHEMICAL which shelter the dooryard and ex druggists. Rio 20c lbStrictly .
\rnvai! at Southern Hotel): James is on each box. 23c. SUFFERS BIG LOSSBv
of thv
I Harmless. visitors
the gooi
lufly tend a welcome to fresh roasted and as
Hkln, Louisiana; .J. R. Skinner and The fault of giving cmldr medicine Holcombe farm. The sun has set ELECTION OF OFFICERS IN any Coffee sold in this city.
a ..fe, Lafayette Ind T: J, Habman, For high Balls thefe's nothing like AEsociated Press. as
; containing injurious substances, '!eaving a crimson glow in the horizou BOYS DEPARTMENT, Y. M. C. A Send us your orders and we will deliver -
A.ioaaia: : .V. B. Stone and wife Cum WHITE ROCK WATER.NOTICE : is sometimes more disastrous than tae Charloitee, N, C.,'Jan'.1&-Th? seed, the tinkl of the cow bells grow ler'and C. 1... Nelson F. M.Onsel refinery and laboratory of the
3 ; room tha
and fire-flies warn I Ii
-- ---- ---- -- ; i3'se fro a which they are suffering : ;.crickets chirp At a meeting of the ,charter members -
P. Baltimore retina Cbem'cal Companjnear
City Varley. Virginia
Vd! J. H. Johnson, ct. Louis, Mo; Every mothcr: should know that Cham- this city was destroyed by fire i,: peaceful night is coming.in on the second of the boys department of the
ber' in.s Cough Remelj! is perfect! and; The scene changes Association, Oottiroll;
Goo B. Graham, Kentucky to-day. The Ipss is one hundred Anne drawIng Young Men's Christian ,
beautiful Que n
saf for children! to tak It contain* : act to the
ISo of Jackson count).'s mot nothing harmful and for coughs colds twenty-five, thousand dollars: room of Mrs. Emmett's New York held Tuesday evening the followingofficers FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.

prominent citizens, ?nator C. I* \\'1l.fl I The Woolley Sanatorium the only institute 1 and croup itf unsurpassed For sale by L__ r.anson. a faithful reprodution of one were elected: Pensacola Fla.,

*> and Sheriff liars Lewis were greet- in the United States where the all drussis'sI t,''of the most: magnificent Apartmentsever Pre-sident-John Lewis.VIcePresidentvJohn .
WOULD DO NO HARM"To ------ ----- -
and -----
1ns th'ir many Pensao/a friends )'csca -:: Opium, Cocaine and Wiskey habits : conceived ban architect If. Eagan.; --- 41

'well known be cure-1 without exposure, and executed by a multimillionaire theoriginal
( ) Both gentlemen are i I can I .l l .. M!(l ." Chandler Yonge.
a" a <
Hn :
t The DoKjrle. I Quit Coffee, the Doctor Said. exists to-daj on Secretary-
to Pensacola and whenever thevisit I with so much ease: tor the patient. Oily { of which< : -t
tht. welcomed bj dajs time required. Describe I I There are' n lot of women in this An Oak Pnklady writes of her 11[ Fifth Avenue. Treasurer-Earl Lyman. -
eity thfarc
p always 130 case and I will'' write you an' world who think'that theros only one coffee experiment:, ,_ ._ The department has selected olive
hundrt'd of
I persons I opinion as to, what I can accomplish 1, side to the married relation. aaJ that's i "I amor mid He age am' had be'nja Little Johnnie Jones.' and gold for its colors, and will also SEEDSWHICH

Ii The l Liu'iJohbrde Jon-s Company for )'ou. Ask joar family physician : their siCe"M till give fcnecial ; in P !nsa-1 out to traIn{ her hns- j when m*" physical conditiOi1)) soon '
a ma'nee to in\ 3t:1te.!: Dr. B M. WooL'ey. 104 she starts!' right ago last reasons bfKest: musical success.
cola Salurdax afternoon at 3 o.clock.1 I N Pryor Street Atlanta Ga hand into kind o'd! Carlo whyjl go became. so serious :tnd' medicines .1i.d. "Little Johnnie Jones" conveys with members.

.a aJfl.tlon to the night performance,:! dovrntown far: her, every morning and I'[:Tb .little'good:: that. I began ta suspect" i the: announcement po much genuine I

This will afford ladies and children ; come LOIEP every night fetch'ng! a snug that coffcj was'do ng me harm t t"I n l easure to our theatre-goers, and has I

, I j opportunity to sec oni o[ tha: best ,-'- little liasketfrl of money In his moutl I:: had gradually become very ner-; aheady excited so much Interest with Well Deserved
'ho* cf the Scats sale heart: grew subject ,to dis- that It is an assured ,
'r !s -eason on t-ous ray the general public
nn'l wagging his tall as he lays it at.her I I : !
<:. Frida*' morning at :9} oc'ock at Coa'a trtssing! pilItat'ons, and my mental fact that tr? opera house willb -
it the
Handsome Then bead and .
feet. s a pat on i
.r book store. ; .Mce ilo.\gp.; ,i; faculties had. got Into dull, torpid condI- <. crowded to its utmost'capacity on PRAISE THAT COMES. FROM! SUCCEEDWhen
!' tion. With it all came bodily w:aki -:: this occasion. THE I
"Mmnti' Commissioner T. J. Holmaii .And he's taught to stand aronnd. i mai'e It almoct. impossible 'ones ,by its long > :
For ness that. "Little Jchnn > PENSACOLA i
PaUlwm count together with com i I premiums evening, retrieving her gloves and around. i iI twenty-two'weeks In New York l -
get of
s!Moner:: O.'E McMillan! )) of the same to run ;
handkerchief and unvith apleased In Chicago, I
months PEOPLE.
snapping "M> pijsician: examlnsd me and:and over three I
)Q oun.ehe;v,! were cambia in the city yesterday board tu li.Mrrence Cafe De Monde : licking of his' chops any little! i aid; my heart was affected. I asked with the Importan; engagfem-nts; in ...; \ I You Buy, -
county --
word that: she may throw to him. But him if coffee was injuriousto me and; Boston. Philadelphia/ Washington, Get the Best.
_- ,. to the proposed steel biidgeer you let him start In to have n little fun he replied: that it 'would do no harm! Baltimore and t. Louis am'' all the falls. '
(he Perdido Mr. McMil- remedy never
I3D I 1.'Cr on the 11:10 rher train for his Cofiee Wrappers. scratching and stretching himself or to stop drinking It 'for a while. And' leading cities last'season of the, firmly most es-- One Pensacola kIdney people rely upon it. It's the Cheapest in the End.

hllUe at Bai' Mmette.( but Mr. Hoi pawing her.. and Irs 'Charge: Carlofand so I Quit It. |tabU-!Jed itsFlf! as In one Am!rica. It notable Is That rEmedy is Doan's KUney Pills.;
"an "Bad doggier:*-From 'OKI'GprgonUraham. "But I felt very much th!' need of a: : attractions it always
Stayed all regtMr -
3 night They were I Pensacola testimony proves
of the c ispest snap-
of 85- one 1
'i at the Southern. Cafe de Monde Coffae is ." ht beverage and in that way came to'\ described musical comedies reliable. 1
,unusual fine' flavor and: aroma. try Postum Feed Coffee, :which I had pest: and brfihtest circulation managerof J
witnessed for several Z. A, momas.
,I- TV semiannual meet ins of the It brews a cup fit for the gods I : Dad4hlst B lb. i lei n advertised I had It prepared this country* has Daily Journal and landretlfsNew
( said! to superior to the Pensacola
Gopher Club: held nIght! je| ? .is i
was Tuesday In addition to getting the best i : Iii an article on "SomRt> strictly according to directions, and years Lloyd street, 'corner :
and mUkable'j of Its kind In that'it has !lIving at SIS East' :-
was on9 ot the most enjoyable in Coffee. if >os will save the Old! Chinese nron ea'* a' : the result ws\ a dslicioas. clar.: drink the majority I "I had
{ '
: a;
the have of 10th avenue; says
than ?
*fnts !- of story I II :
< 'n the history of the organ and wrappers )'ou' will b<3 given I 1,1, ,f the thumbllke projections oa the' which! I found most refreshing and more a dull aching; in the small of my back I II
alb'! Many toasts were drunk handsome mlums. i I 'mp'e! bells as being for the (purpose ofiju5ting satisfjlnsr.:'with a flavor similar- [01 I II I attimes which annoyed "greatly,i
upen various subjects were made tbat,of the finest coffee.I .- I I Dire:'. Crop
"" I. Ask us for list. i the sound. Many Chinese TS1 Grf'alaatl I when I saw Doan's Kidney Pills
''ilt' members, The upper was; TWENTY-FIVE CENTS 1 !ll: JapanesebeIl* Lave similar projec- : '' have used: 'It as my sole >tab'edilnk The midget of the whole tree: family and advertised I thought they might cure I
pparci| h\' Jas. M. Johnson. .and it POUND. ( ever since.. Soon after I began!I birch. It is a perfect i I II
A these i Greenland a box' at SidneyKahn's
b 'JH that excelled all previous ( ioa, but 'in every one of them i: is the it.; 'so I procured
.. io-t! ae Ed. DOVE BRAND LARD guar- re. above the sound bow 'of the belL j I to drink It my nerves steadied downto tree in every sense' of that term and I Il I drug store, corner of Romana
tn preparing. the repa&U I normal the heart trouble ceased to Received.
u 'aiars! was chosen president of the anteed absO'utelypure.: .. and. rtls would not be'the case If the abovehoory head nas'been clear I lives Its allotted number of years (from sad Palafox streets. The result ,was; Just .
I me and"lily
"rJb: V another like Dove Brand Hams. Is the were correct. An educated Jap.izse annoy active l 75 to 130)) just as other aperies of the I I all that could be wished. One box'I
term.- : best of Its kind. If Sou want gave me another reason-to wit: I I er, my'mentalty more and effi-! great birch family do. although its cured the trouble and there has not I
lit thf'se.5 soarsthan
during : ever
Bue Ribbon means the "Best Ever: PURE LARD, insist on DOVE Onoe upon >a time Buddha was so engrossed I! before In my life I.! lielgh* and*>r the most, favorable condition !I been the slightest sign of a recurrence, -
BRAND. In 5 and 10-lb tins ten In 'bes. Who! Should I have another attack in the'I
-tsk fo- and say Sonrs Secials in. PetsrV Milk sun's beating down on him. i of 115 eut *ud southeast coast futureS I scall surely resort Jo Doan.siKidney
Blue Ribbon Vanilla I not observe the until. I induced to stop bluffs Jl I
I. 20LAZ ;.\ ; I know they can bedepended : D'Alemberte.I
Chocolates 10. 15 I Pills as A.
;! P'am Goes twice as far and the his bare Lead.: The snails, seeing hU I drinking the old kind and begin .the I of Greenland aw covered with .Unrk.tl to do all. that is claim:! W. .

favor is perfect plight cohered his scalp with their use cf Posium Food Coffee. His jl.tl ets'of thi* diminutiTe j !cies of woody; upon" j I I

'1.O. I slimy bodies and prevented his havinga ; geston! rapidly improved until It be- riantan4! .iu many plaec* where the ed For for sale them by all dealers. Price. 50cents. and Apothecary

: JUNIOR! GUILD TEA. sunstroke. Since then Buddhist bell I rime perfect, and. as he sill uses 1 soil Is Bnoonimcub; I 1':>>or and frozen Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo.i
Th Junior Gu'ld: of Christ church JACOBY, H. has remained." Name I. nontha a year a ""for Telephone!
.it; 'ill that were' cat had these twisted protnberuict 'I Postum. from,eight to ten New York, sole agents.for the United,
4 to she" a tea Thursday Jan. 4. from POPULAR GROCER *;while those of beaten metal :?lven by Postum' Co.. Battle Creek ...T of those "f'H.will floUrish; ,for half States 121 South Pilifox Street.
f> roo, at the residence of Mrs.I THE % to height
_ Jt.!\ have been coveredlth small convex Mjclu t. a century without growth a Remember the name-Doan'g-and I't .
C A\'i,*v The admiss>jn, :25! 14 W. Garden St. Phone 183. Stre... There's a reason Rea'd.the i little j. tnd1 "
" *lI:at ua*, ntllles'the: guest to refreshvana I I bosses.-.Forest and book *The_Road.to Wellvllle.I pkgs. exceeding,four take no other._ .;: ; -

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4 *I ICJ A- is; 1' VIe have nomlftrto'tonce
i in1coIa auftiDaily1 AND' -VIEWS 1 t hl cL We publisb c fonnuJ s f alJouf,
: Je J NEWS SECRETARY ROOT AND; : 0'Secrets .. these in Arer'a
: FROM STATE .PAP RS. .1! THEYISLE. Or PINES.' .1-1 m cicines. 'yoll"f:1Ui:1d -vc
.-' '* w* AInt3n -J99Qor.writ8: ; us
1.! 1YN'Jt.."* ,"* Sa\"aDriah ,Xew& 40;' tlieri tOJOU..!;Then show the t
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I Weekly. Sunday. A' Striking Contrast. t : ,

j PUBLISHED EVERY The song .of the mockingbird and 'When a ',few weeks..ago Mr- Root,i -
MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY I the rustling'of the' palm leaves in the I secretary 'of "iate. said very poiUvely .

.; -BY- breeze in a land of absolute peace that the'Isle of Pines was Cubaa .
. and abundance contrast very striWicgly -'. territory to '
interest in the Question as i
:: : THE JOURNAL COMPANY. with the sounds* of ditres3-the) whether the Island :was, territory pfj f No. 5603. fwiTlm OIUMVS CL Itsices,MC3iAj.
j wail of poverty, privation, tumult and::
the United'States' or Cuba in 'a*, great H. L. COVINGT :'-I. President M. E. CLAJ\K.C"hfer. ,

E; ;i FRANJC L torture-that. rises from the czar'sempire. measure; dies out.- It was '. assumed j C. W. LAMAR Vice-Prssldsnt. JNO. pSElr.FEP."AuaShler.: I -.- __ __
MATES. PMUDMTT Arc we all as trudy thankful
: AW>. GZXZRAL MAQ I ) that hevTas thoroughly informed ia .
should bo. thit: Florida is Florida
as we ouromeFt and
regard to ths matter and( that h* Alabama
Pierce Tiibung | THE AMERICAN
L MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. ., t I wouldn't have ventured' to make :so ,
1 Bad Street Competition. positive,'a statement if he hadn'jt been:! : Gil PSNSACOLA, FLA.' I LNADM COMPANY N Nand
In a the1
pos.ition.fto do,_so. Being i
1 Kiasiirmee now has probably, the: I STATES ) *. of
L I SUBSCRIPTION. RATES' worst streets of any town in Florida hading 1te'mIg r of the cabinn ana DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY .OF UNITED Dealers In
,_ S '"Kissin'mee Valley Gazette Ocala: t having thcwjctofiJence-: :: i ; of th? President $ OtOOO
2 I One Year..............;5 oo i ----I One. Month. .... 4S' -a'fo' claims the worst streets of an it wa, .'taken.for.grahtediaat Ure1! r*, s Capital Stock* $$200,000 Surplus. ; LUMBER; SAWED"CYPRESS SHIK
..... :: } "' 2 '
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Six I : : j 1-1GLES.A KILN-DRIED
t' Months .. : .
... :lqO SAP
... 'D
2 50. l' ownership 'sttU'i'41 t
I Island
One 'Wee .......... 10 tcwn, but we will put Live Oak'u, of lhe wa? ;
Three :Months....... 1 35 | so far So.sh_ !!; I
-- Weekly Edition year.U 00 streets against any "mud hole" in tne. as, this country was copcerDe; : Hecrr U qovlfgtcn.. A.IJ.. A : t. r--- -,- ,

PapeJ'l on Sale &t-&WN&wgStands.j 'world. They are' a disgrace toanj | It seems however, that th<. Amers-j j -T,'. *. pros: *, W.-.H. .1Illton"t'Tf'( ; Jr':\., I 3OTOURS TO EUROPE TO JAPAN
town,-InveinessChronicle.. can residents of th, island do not con' ,
Dun '
Bryan wody. Q. E- Mau. : Uixltr supetkr man
1r alder that jf i Is settled. In l latter| 0' sgement- ffntion ,
I I adrinfpwi Full Tour Around
\ Cawtaon tee World
} i Frank Zeiilr w ,U
THE ONLY PENSACOLA A Pertinent Question. .idressed to Mr, Root Mr Charles]! : .. : Annntl Oriental Cruise Keb a. J-roTall1l11f
A DETAILED 'S W. S. Rosaaco -. >Fre
do Florida fanners continue tot; UsynarJ rlcani!
I Why president! of the Am
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STATEMENT.CAN BE SECURED. ship their fruits and produca to dis.! Club of the Isle of Pines makes, a''.: T. F.: MeGourin' Dr.McKenzie W. J Oertlig. FRANK C. CLARK, 96 Bway, New Yor;*

tent points pa>'ing enormous freight! pretty stroh? 'argument to s5o'. that f .S 1'a' '!oer. Alex 'MeQowin.' ., I ; T' ._ _
C_ W. Lunar..
Offlcee-108 and 110 East or express charges, when cas Isood; if| the Island! belongs to tie Uritfd State3 ,.
Government StreeL !
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; J R. nfton :
S4ndea. ,
TELEPHONE: No. 38. : not a better market can be fauna' iu In the courke:of his 1'tter Mr Hej", : Brosna am,. olson & Co,

the cities of ,Florida? This is cne of, nard asks Mr. Loot Questions which : Accounts of Banks. JndlvldL1 ;. CorporaUonp.! ?nd Firms,Soilctee.I .

I be unexplained mysteries of the Landlof 'may cause: him oaie embarrassment, Feur p"jo cent Intsrest paid 'en Time Deposits. Boilar Makers, Machinists

,PEXSACOLA%, THURSDAY!! ..MORNING. ,JANUARY 11. 1906. I Flowers-H'ensacola' Journal. This"I It is expected'tnat the treaty_ whlc '! and Founders.
anapaln '
is a very pertinent question this '- -
g overnmen has made with Cub
Steamship and Mill
:' i Drins,' forward the asser': respecting the Island will come up in t ,- -- 7-----.,...,. ---r---- -.,..--. .- ,- -. .1 I SUDDliu
[ : F$ ..1M>" red, tape is considerably In excess oil' ton so often made ,that Folrida; the Senate for ratification, tila: week. I Sffl'o Phone! Phone 91tf.! 515 Coyfe P"nl.C'ol: strwtrhlr. loniU.

i :I- :1 II the actual cost "construction. oranges northern can markets. ,be purchased than in cheaper the state In, and I it is announced> that It will meet' W>.:. H, KNOWI.ES Present: U K. HYER.JR V-Pres and CastleTIIOS. -' I All Work has Our" Personal Attention."WOO3Q.
' WHERE THE JOURNAL with opposition.', Some:of the senators' W. BEiT. :AssL Cashier.! W. N. ROBEiTS.AtsL.Cksher.E I
.- there grown-JacksonvUle Metropohs. '
: CAN BE FOUND.4 Senator Dejew respectfully ,declines: t ,'. have expressed th opinion ,that the i -
to resign from the United States Sen' "< American residents the island"; have -- --- I
The Pensacola Journal Is on '
acquired rtain' there
z ** sale at the following places ia ate. If republicans were not quite so As Bad as Florida. promise; rights:
error'has 'I mad 'tIy representativesof
the city: .* thick in the millionaire branch of An application for a writ of of1 their Kovernment.: and 'that they All Kinds that want.
Hotel. resulted!! in another respite : you
-: Bay Coe'c Book Store. the national law making factory sixty days for the Raw,-lings murder.1. are justified demanding that the<:erlghs First Natio.ii4'ank

;- *! Depot News Stand iI- Chauncey would probably be throwu I ers in Georgia. It appears, to be as, bpr: tectE-d.. Many of these
Gem Book Store. out in short order. I difficult to punish murder In that : resldnts fare 'tPennsylvanlans ; OAK AND PINE
'* Hotel Escambia. slate, as m:"IorldSt. ,Augustine I Senator: Penrose of Penn;!vjvama is \ .

S. *". Merchants Hotel. '., -It Is safe to assert that, the remarks) Record. ." ', going to upliojd them in Iheir conten:.| Pensacola!.... 'Fla ; : cheaper than you can buy
S CAn tion that the'islacd 13 American terrl- :" t .
Southern Hotel. >> "Fighting Bob Evans when the it anywhere.> Any size
; you
Thompson's Book Store.. Explanation. : tory. It Is probable; ther'for that -- j
: Walker's Book Store.' battleships Kentucky end ,Kearsargej; ""Live Oa1is full" wa.sa New the American people l wil -te made- acquainted DIRECTORS B., c..Brcnt.W., A. Bl ntf-r.W.m.H..',Knowles, want.
ran agrpund and the Alabama collided'! Year's aaine in the Times-Union with' good many new facts ;
i G. '"
W. D. ,
I with the Kentucky in New York hA--| which caught our startled eye in a 1 connected with the treaty of Paris and: : 0 K.k4TcJr, .-, .?*rcnt.' > i g: C. SEWELLPhone
*&le issue of tha\ paper; but we :were' the Amerikn.ocetation at Cuba\b-. .1' : "- .
bor, would hardly look well in : 5' : ;
\ print. relieved to discover tnat it was nvrelv -I fore the ,votfe on the quest'on: of the: > : ,. 614.

Necessity for Naval Dock A AdmiraLvana: : probably. did. the: subject -! > the caption to a paragraph' taken r ratification of the treatv'.,ja'taken* i I'I 'Foreign: and Domestic Exchange Bought and SoldWe

f justice. ,' fiom the Democrat 'to the'effect.. that Mr. Re\nard l contends that Spain i ,

p on Gulf Coast is Imperative, there were no vacant houses in this I ceded the Isle a' Pine to the United I I

'. I city.. Live Oak is full all rfght but Sate: ,. ghthst it was,'clearly undar' _-.---: I For Expert Watch Repairing and
The departure of the five million *: let it be understood that she is fui '
stood by i
LottyvSpanis1 and
1 draw' our own Bills of ExVessels i disbursed upon; the most Engraving, go to
.I: dollar dry dock Dewey.for: the :Philippines FREE RURAL DELIVERY. ;;. l in a perfectly! proper, prohibition wayLive frampd the tr?a ty. 'change on Great Britain, Ireland ,I Favorable"Terms' :and their obli. I

', in. tow of three of the largest t*. LakeCit-'Inah. '; Oak Democrat* of that Paris bv the U terms tf she (of'id_the. He constitution also' says; GermaflYFFaCe.AUStl'i3.itaiY Holland San. RussI&. i I ',gationi. 'taken_" payple at Port 0' J. F. DAVIS, the Jeweler
-. in : Bdgiui* *
; colliers the alls attention to i
navy : for Lamar. .
of Cuba the island (a' expresly'ex.. and DestlnJ.tl Ten .
Norway,. Sweden! Denmark, i, Pahfox
District Is 213 South Street.
the The 3rd Congressional
for dock
f neesslty a permanent eluded from the constitutional bou da.J I other European countries. i .el Arriyesthers. _
capable. of handling th$ largest bat represented In' Washington by a man des of Cuban jha It is particularly : .!' The Latest Designs in Watches
his :
who has to back
the courage ,
Do desire --- ------ .
tleship at the our people to have them excluded from: Cuban territorr by .the
some point on gulf near of right or: wronn; Gen. v.B. : ;
enough to the Isthmus of Panama to be continue? Aie they of sufficient' impcrtance Lamar lattly. on the floor of the act of tre99known: ;, as the Plan Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. in Connection with which we and Jewelry.COMPLETE .
to- cause us do a liitleIiTe House called down the self-appoint- amendment.: :He points out that President ::

., available Tor' use in case of hostilities, little-!to help ourselves in this eI leader of the democratic minority, MeKinl'v'eognizij: It as American ;i have a Private Department for the us? ol' R nttr3. j C2
and the Jacksonville Times-Union has terrltorydid; General Wood I
matter? These are important Kon. Sharpe Williams who -'sharp I LINE
the following to say upon the sut,; ques- a* he 'proposed to be in his treatment when 'nfe was' ; militaT> O\- rDoj."or! ..
tons: to ,
: ,ject.under the caption "A Dry Dock us of a brother democrat found that he: Cuba. A:f B t
,for Florida" .As a fact, Lake: City Is the headquarters had "bit off more than he could And.t, -toregoirigf, not the whole;Savings, Department-Interest Paid pr? Deposits- at FANCYJJROCERiES.!
of brave anff of Mr. Reynard ct se./He dc-l. C'jsa i
rural routes in Flonafe chew" when be tacklad!! our I I sars no
The government will have a dock Superintendent Dritton Is patriotic representative. Hurrah for partmenty:
: for Manila harbor at a cost ,of about locateu l.amar-Wetville! : Adverauer. United \ .at t::excep( five milion dollars. With the completion -here, and make s his Journeys out to S SC haicognized the Island I I Prcixsior! Suing; and Lima Beans

of the canal the need for a battleship other sections of the state from this Melon Seed Industiy.Jefferson Cohan terrj 1 J ',, The Treasury, Department as -- -,' [t Premier Lobsters,

- : dock as near as possible to the,I town.. 'This county has' as man}' county o'cupiei: the unique tias"po ntedlj declined'ro -IflILTON GREKN.KK JU>lln; T.X. WKLLX8. VlCf,P**iIP lllfY. Premier I"ncapple,
Caribbean Sea'becomes more pressing I routes in it 'as-the balance" of the position of being! ,the 'center ol TeoosBi/e {\1is- such by refusing to ad-, 4. MaJllIsanu.CURIU lIANSlIEE- )NOR NO,4'lr.C.Uluu French Peas

than any need that can possibly confront state. toe melon seed Industry of the "world- ant Us.,products>fo: our markets'on thel(l Citizens National Bank Mushroons.Premier -

: us in the Philippines. Not; that! .* But- Jefferson County grows= and ships same'tertt l Jfelthe| products of Cubaj pjum Pudding.
the existence of the canal wfil be endangered i The Postmaster General : i*arly thre -fourth9 of th.e melon seed ar l aftmfnfJJ' f 'Ir. Reynard iays that of".lIlleo'.. Ptord. ,, k I Edam Cheese..., _
: r t. in his re Ofe
curing a war "Hh any of thegreat I used; ; in the United. stateg-)1onticel- Amet-jcan'Mbqtty ,would still bo In I I D1rootor. ,' I McLaren's Cheese ftn.Jars)
naval powers, for noneof: these cent report to' Congress says: The \o News. forbM.f.tf"an official G o.W Urieht., liorrtl, sir. '1'.Iv.U: ,. And. all other Premier pools.
the ,Warl .
I- 'Would ,damage it. Nor would such a poll C):. of.the Department in the fu. C:partmei, }lad blundered Klx )t. RoWnion. L. HlHofl Creo.EKER' I',I Bowes Fancy Florida Syrup in to;,
not and
;. war endanger our commerce, because ture contemplates th discontinuanceof !Sllen ,.AppIs.se.A ; that, It isifort: : he..nurnnse. of covering:,) i! ties

'I It ism-cne than probable that merchant any route where it is not appreci- rector living In Ireland. had an un up, that blunder that the treaty pend-j 1! Everything. first-class and up-t -d3r.

.hipswill henceforth pas s. free when aed: and the substitution' of every' .pleasantness with the peasantry in regard IHB in the senate was negotiated. .....(..;..... .... ...O......... .i.................

-: earning no contraband cargoes. Out other day service for daily srvico': I to the payment of tithes. and It The.ar.onJv. : a fw- of the points I J.:,!)='JlEE E, Pr !-t[ ent. B, W, MENEFEE.,Casnler. i i East Hill Gro. Co.
I- Captain Mohan himself has said tnat where-the patronage 13 not sufficient happened thereafter that when be or made by MrReynard, in his letter. but i: 'd R. M. CART. VIce-Presldent < :

S the Caribbean will be the theater of warrant daily 'service." any of his family appeared abroad they are sufficient to-show that :theI I Of'PENS'ACOl4.i i I ,

t .-. such a war-any European rower i Among other things demanded are they were received with cries of Mad American residents of) the Island .have i 11IEPEOPLI'S BANK ; M. F. BOWES, Manager.

Y S seeking to attack us will make a naval, I. The requirement that roads be dog! Mad dog!-' and other shouts equally some foundation for: (the claim they!, DirectoVs.. J. A"ICYU, J. S. Reese, W. D.C. Kttsler., 'R. 'M. Car)'. < | I', PHONE 212.
base of its islands in the West Indies kept in good condition, unobstructed! emphatic and unpleasant 'The dean are making that they are living under, i W. A. D'Alembnrtr, T. A. Jennings. I

group and from this threaten our i I,I Ibj gates, with all streams fordable and his family .were al'o .'saluted, in the a.ithonly the United States" ,and TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING".BUSINESS,. $ ------- ---
coasts and communications betweenouf Jl! = of-the not of Cuba. YOUR RESPECTTULI/V SOLICITED '
all seasons jcarI like manner because: they insisted .- Mr. Root in Mil statement : ACCOUNT IS ) :
two coasts. I It I 2.. That at least three-fourths of the visiting the proscribed citizen, and upon ., to the-gubllc'somt time ago. did ".. '." ''''. ''''''''''''''''.''' !'' '''' Safes! Safes! Safes!
Therefore, in preparing for naval patrons of the routes will proud not undeitdk
t an- to give his reasons for ,
operations a dock for the ships should prove* mail boxes I this gave rise one day to a curious inci paying the Island belonged to CUba,1! '0 -:' Buy Diebold Safes!

be;provide-! "as near as possible to the 3. '{he.. patrons should at all times: dent. but so {eminent a lawn and states:: ; ;; ;;: I
Letp watch for trees falling across Anstey. poet popular In Dublin
scene operations-sucn station being man as he is wouldn't have been PC : C1.A..R Scarritt Moreno
on the mainland necessarily and the toads and remove them without ; and well known there as ,the translator : positive in what he sail if h! had not t .. ,
waiting for any road official to comet! of Goethe s "Faust. drove from Wholet.le .ad BeUil Desert, .
preferably at the terminus of a trunk been ure of his ground Of course al' '' /\
railroad." In case of natal disaster a andi' \' them; mudholes should; Limerick to- Dublin in the car of the the_ facts. Jn the case ,,.UI be brought Steam, Domestic, Anthracite /\gent.

station on an island would immediate !>,' fixed beforo the carrier can bavt t dean to make the latter a short visit out In the 4'thste. on the !uestLon..'of 1 and Blacksmith c' O.A 'L

ly become more valuable to the enemy a chance- to complain. 'The usual shouting followed but being ratifying the p'ndin tieatj.
I These important matters-, No, ;: South Piiafn street. TeleptsoD'U, I, .
are Office
thin to us. and could be isolated bj 3 .' slightly deaf, the poet heard only the I II j nB a-aammm
small in themselves-but the II' and Gonzalez st'-ette Phones I
tujecs: Yati rorner Tarragona 6 and 372
while l
-- superior force on the inaliv cries and not. the words of threateningand 0
tions should be kept in mind by those 1 -! .
land/ it could be provisioned and reinforced ,' abu*e. At dinner be said to his The Journal Printed : 7 '
who desire a continuance of Dail* i Our'.
: at w ill. I'routes. I 1 I host with a beaming countenance: I. I I" Every Day a

The construction of a massive stone Mr. Clark is doing all be can fur "Mr.. LeairI never knew J. was, 8'3.i hag Decemhep 19O5. I ass. I .

graving dock at Pcnsacola, capable of, \'&. but\\e must help l1rsel'- s., well known 4awn here. Fame surely. i t '

taking out any naval vessel afloat has IN travels farther, than we think. I as: a Total of NEW METHOD LAUNDRY j Working Day

been> agitated for several years and ; sure you that nearly .the whole way i I

from Limerick I was loudlY' cheered i 154,850
:- was recently recommended to congress .

-. by the secretary of the navy. The ; GOTO JOHN 'O. ROCKEFELLER- te-,'. by the people." I c : .1 ::f. Mi. ..4..EIVCf. "" ;7" '.'. Ne wags Ir.-m-."-f.ft. f.n..col., rim I: I I

L necessity for such a dock at this port & THOU SHOPPER."I I HUMP YOti SELF."' COPIES __ __n ______ -- ---- -.- I 'rlerr'a where Sucrca
.; CONSIDER HIS WAYS \\l! _. i
: \ has long been recognized by natal experts I HorN Feed wini in con-
tl- ' or an
with the increase of j average
1 and great :This advice is,given because # Hump )' uf'elf. tiauc rr uttioa. Not

\ :American interests in the Caribbean, *. Mr. Rockefeller is an improveft ;; No cxcusp for feeling bluet -,. I ,SHINGLES. SASH DOORS.. WINnQW GLASS for a few' Jy or ,,'ccli.
ft, incident to the construction and op'raioa .. ment upon the fabled 'ant-formrlj ;# Hump yourself. .
I" ,
; \ of the inter-oceanic waterway #- chief example of hustle tf!'Get I right: out and 'fry to win .: 5,735 l BUILDING MATtltlAL.. hut for every Jay of tic

; '! *'s. and thrift. *' Good hard work js not a :' ia." year thu feed will maintaina
'Across the Isthmu of Panama its
: construction I II.!
H. G.
Phone DeSILVA & CO. II
f# It I Is related of the richest Make a strike and gct th:! tin, DAILY I Loris ia worlinf
cannot bo much 1 fplcadid -
longer de-
l'* American that, in reply to a -. Hump jourself. -- -

layed.. !I &: fneod. ,who asked him about & : 'f.' f N The follwlng.fiorl's( show ThePen-,ri: -.n'-l- ., capa.cty'and; Ti or.

Pensaco1a! is the logical location for &. .the reasons of his success he When the stumble' bi the w'11)'. s cola Joarnals circulation for, .each I -'C'r,_ -

such a dock, not only by reason of its # said,, in effect: ? Hump )(mrselt. ', ...\ of Prompt' delivery u>' any part of the,
day the month ACOS1A
during & CO. :
other *v 'WI '_ '* Better plod than be. too gay, Dectinber.t E. Ci I
uperiority over gulf ports as a s> \ THINK MY BUSINESS : Hufp yourself ..:. 1903, with the average j SOLO IN THIS CITY BY

:. anal bag, but because of the fact that '& SUCCESS DUE LARGELY Hu tle out and stIr aunmJ.\ : Copts 'JailvrDc. .t M*./.*.;..nrfK.'.'l-D.attrs- 1" Office:and Yard:J2: to 28 N Tarragona F. S. MELLEN &. CO..

% It is the nearest gulf port to the Isthmus *: TO HAVING ALWAYS TRIED I 1 Be the first ,man on too ground, 1, 5750 Dec. 16, 5,600' St., Pensaeolar Fla Phone 363. I Pensacola, Fla.

of Panama, the harbor has ample '*: TO PLACE PROPER VALUE ft.' Just get busy,start to pound Dec.: 2, 5,700 Dec. 17, 6,100
- : depth and area to accommodate any UPON,UNITS.: *.!. Hump J'ours.V!f. ,:. Dec. 3, 5,900 Dec. 18, .10.'-! : E-JqJ'I INef

: number of war vessels. and it is one Dsc. 4 .... Dec. 19, ,5,600 --- T- -
I h'cThis; idea is so big so a 11I. ?, J If von want to get tliere fiW. I -S
of the best defended harbors in the >; embracing,, that it is a safe #i Hump jourself.. t I Dec. 5. 5750 Dec. 20. 5,600 -
Dtc. 6, 5.750 Dec. 21 5.600
country. I. creed for; .any ..one, busines'l i}: Just forget >'onve" .gO't. a'thirst Dec. 7, 5.700 Dec. 22.. 5,600 Crop Cane. Syrup

'_ Of course, it is difficult to even con. _; man. or who-not. It goes beX; Hump joureelL I Dec. 8, 5,650 Dec. 23, 5,600 The
ant Humping 's the. thins to (1< .. ,
< jecture what congress will do. but it. joml the and the "bus\ ; >. Dec. 9, 5.650 Dec. 24, 6,100 -

it highly probable that the, construction -I INo bee," who have prEached-: &i 1, Humping. 'is the thing' for ,)'OU- I Dec. 10, 5,900 Dec. 25. .... I Put in all size '
- 3* chiefly long hours of labor. When j ou re rich: you won't have to I i) up packages .
11 ..- Dec. 26, 5,600)
Dec. ,
of a large;; dock at Pensacola will & The shopper-which means .t'l I|I Hump yourself- x ; I Extra.
Dec. 12, Dtc. 27, 5,600
be authorized in the not distant future. *, the universal woman and the # .- Paul CooK.in 5,650 "
Dec. 13. 5.650 Dec. 28, 5.600 WRITE FOR' PRICES
The navy demands such a dock andPensacola's 3f nine-tenths universal man- *; BIrmingham AgeHerald.I t
Dec. 14, 5.600 Dec. 29, 5,600 ChargeU
..... I
; & has a dally opportunity to test i.the }; --- : I 4
claims to it are too strongto : Dec 15, 5.600 Dec. 30. 5,750 I .
I l'* -. unit rule., -to buy one t; Pellt..t:... '
be ignored. Dee. 31, 6.650: Stores Southern States Lumber I
i I-AL thing at the right store and -* don't .think grown folks $*C m polite.Tfcouih. Total for the month.... ...154850] Supt. Company ; made for giving; oar
Seats the New York Stock Ex*" right price before making a sec5?, of course, they are aiwajf rftht' I customers the best laU
on : ond purchase. and to repeat ,'- About th* time to go to bed PENSACOLA. "
jfatnge are quoted at $100,000 and; the process indefinite!}'-thus And being washed and dressed and fed. Average per day.. ......_...5735I fLORIDA cry work, Years ot UI
But things that theY.'don't want to tell penence have given
4 v none on the market at that price. Ana I & making right buying yield ai;; They don't 0pek out.,they stop and apelL f the know bow."
this, mind you, for a stand up *seat. i real income as over.wrong buy- $ But now they My I've grown so wise I her by certify that the_. above --b-- I
; the end of the And know pl4gpella pIN J statement is correct according to ths .
Ing. at )'ear. *, rct.r -
That senatorial investigation into itOf course, only shoppers who And know when they spell. candy too. records on Ill! In this omce. 'cau' The Star Steam
Why, rn JUft ten you what tb'fdo; FRED \. SWEET ICE COAL ;nd'WOOD"
affairs will probably study $ I.U1 |
Panama Canal They spMik in French and say they'v. Circulation Manager. I Laundry.
$ to place "proper value on '
be the excuse for another junket to *I Iu.nlts. r fears" : -. 'tbo :
," ?o that the point of thist That 'lIttle pitchers have Urge ears." Sworn to aid. subscribed beforem '
the Isthmus at the expense of jour .preachment plain. tAA" ( And just brcaus Pm'young and rm&Il, this 1st lay. of January, 1906. t Consumers' Icf and Full ,Cotnptny.Offlc : 37 E ()arti n at. Phone I'4Penaacola. -

y, f Urfcle Samuel. Up to date the cost of I i I think that's 'rot polil*'*t alLYouth's : PERRY DICKEN,. I -:Comer Chase and Tarragona Phone 259. I FU
I i Companion.
I 3 ( Junkets investigations and general 7 ; Notary Public! -
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!s .pl101gh impossible for a foreigner:

" .;iID an exact knowledge ot fAmily life !
larftb dot that the home Is hermet'-

sealed, like the TurkIsh harem.

(Quite: the "oDtrary 101 true. The, modern r i I I''i gill i iasf

IlpaDe lIf'f'ms willing enough to<<' Intro- l- y( ,
1re 1(1 hIs family tholie with whom be I SW

;lit bad I'I"lal or b11510e. rtlatlons. The, li TbILET,

,tTOdnt"tl ends the matter howne'h. .

.Isltor: carries away a anucenir orI

pleasant 'elCftme and charming femme,
tarn that looked at hIm with a sllgbtlym

king 'urloslt1.. and that will be all.

The utute Japanese knows pt'rfe"tly

eels that It the truth were known conrerntng .

the C'oDfltltntlon of his lou8eboldOt '
would he considered a very Inferior OLD DCTTIIr.J v WBz-r'zt G pU,7TzyG k r '

eesnff, and his national vanity would lIuf.ftr e y.E t" ..

tn t'oDW'quent't! lienee he I.. ,careful
Dot to make'the sltgbteet allusion Ito the ;%; : 1 4)) -
oroound dltf"prencf's which IIt'parate him 4,

from Western'nationsin this mattt itS
; _
is sn many others. He la a. reticent 'asa

Turk who on no account would refer .'
even to his best friend to anything that

transpires within the bosom of his tam.ily. .
With as the equality .slsting betWf'e'1

the father and the mother forms the basis;
of family lite. With the Japanese the a 1 fl

paternal authority alone 18 reeognlaed: '
The mother Is 10 interior being a sort tJt t.

blare III accordance with the doctrine

or r'onfuciua. which decrees that "a wom-

ID must obey her father when she I.

:tonne her husband when she Is married

and lIpr children when she becomes aetdnw.

." Her condition of moral abase.men' -
Is a direct outcome ot the Buddhist

C1&'lrine that "woma.n bas no BOul." A

Pf"If'lf' whose religious beliefs and +'e.

+lIta1! Institutions are founded 00 the

trines of Buddha and the moral tl'ael1.
tJr Confucius could Dot f.U to Jesnde t

WOman 10 Its social formation.

In spite ot the humanitarian tirades uttPr.d r
; c.Th'P1xL7XA Cooz.zE' wJTH' Cc- .
by certain Japanese politicians and x b 5
IlIt/ emphatic' statements published in their I
aewepapers In spite of all their muchcsnsted -:- ,. ."'< ,

reforms the ,Ploral condition of C' >ftk' ,'
been : 4'rib + ,Y"9 n Abt i
Japanf'Se people hall changed! but +K Mrl

.rtt! The ancient code gave men the ,. ..
orh1pge! ot selling tbf'ir females. AI.Tloogb ;: <: "

the decree of 18,5. completed by ; .. 7" ,
tae% law or ltttl) dtprlnc1 them of that

fight, still In point of fact thee IIltuatiotl'

Us barely! changtd. The husband can dl.Tllr'e .

hie wIfe all soon as be pleases and'

while the father does not, .ell his daughter. .

file Is III his eyes. only an object of :

merebandl, her nlue depending: upon

ber intelligence and bet beauty. -

It I. doubtle the consciousness of her 2 ,

Infertorll1 and the tyranny exercised over i Tirr o JJ2Avyn-r :, W .E.B./)2Ol'f..t11. LL

Tier by hu male relatives that has given a r r

Japanese women that interesting autimis- ---
sire! timid air that so often provokes the "" I. -;.., ,
comparison of a beautiful bird In a clge.In I
for Its electriccharge would otherwise
order to perfectly appreciate the position :" '-_"' _--__-=v....', -- .. I fIiJ- ) rush down and equalize Itself throughout

occupied b1 women 10 Japanese 'I ,,_I the body.According .
oclety we must do away entirely with to Mr.' Shore's theory when
Ilr: Western ideas ot mouUt,.. We must -
the band Is tile
I permitted to approach
recognize the tact that 10 spite of ,at- ''WQ2K.-.ANv, : R.Ay'. ; head energy from all nerves flows
feeti'd skepticism .'
or indifference
through the intervening apace to It; and.
fItta In the heart' ot every Japanese further if the member Is brought Into
pagan beliefs which urge him to worship -- -" ; :,'7 : contact with the head over- the aura of
: : :
at the Ibrlnll ot TenDS and to mate '&Ac. through the principal Jeu s of thesacred ; ; : : : ::: >t;} .<. The Secret ofl tbe brain when the latter la much fa.

ritcca to that loodess. garden. In the midst 'of an awed I 4 i. u ,.fi'oP.4'A'r>,". 'd "fJ/. $ f'tt.i..lt ., ... .. l tlgued., It will be quickly restored to
This II plainly apparent when one considers and silent crowd who seem to secin.. the. ..",-" : : :: .. > lo: '. '1',< : t'f3 ::-- 1 r its normal vigor exactly as It would b.
; x.t.. 9ft > e' ':t'1''f''' ;'' !" it4< say' '4"A{
'b4 t'
': : --t "
<< tt-t" q A?< (cvm a 4dy .ta
the hnportaul"e given by the municipalities ceremony a sort of religious ceremony. t' # -.. ,. by process of natural sleep.
to the 'l'othl-wara. or pleasure One must hare witnessed all this to ::' <, : }1! >i : : '::: Sleep. j I"I This was the remarkable condition aa

quarters. In these. broad streets brllflantly !- understand that In Japan, the fact of a U-! : { : I observed by Mr. Shore aDd this finally .
lIlumlllt 13 old girl becoming avdjoro or k The origin of life, and;! the nature of j (
or year '
at night are bordered ; rf :;;t a ; d led him to the discovery that sleep U really
tl1 sumptuous bOUIII, whose ground floors 'geisha has nothing! the odlo s' or Injr- : \i1' ''i the processes of life; areat once them an Internal electrical process and
Ire singularly molar character our Western Ideas would! t interesting and mysterious subjects
arranged. The wall facing further researches showed that sleep itself
the street la movable When It 19 slid attribute to such 110' act. r 3. r ,- with which the human mind has ever I I was due to what Is technically called

bark Ita plare la taken by gilded bars; ) The profession carries with it no opprobrium. had to deal. electrolysis, or an electroplating? pro-
behind which are the birds of brilliant Most of'' 'the mousrae marry; The first; complex: and unsolvable In I I cess that goes on continually between the

plumage above referred to &I 'cage birds.'.1 afterwards and make as 3003; ,mother .as tbe light of present knowledge' bids fair nerves leading from the vital organs at
Thl'tte any other women. Many of these geishas.! to remain without tbe;ken of mail for a' eta the one
can be seen and talked the heart longs, on hand
the passerby, but to br; married to notables,' are received at ceart long time to come but the second divided !- and the brain on the other.In >
they cannot be touebed. with the honors dut to the rank of their Into many branches/ continues to electroplating silver coin be
Strangely a may
enough the 'l'oShl-.ara is'One husbands. succumb, until now we know. fairly well
ot the!! most coated with a layer of copper U a copper
frequented places of While these details seem to hare nothing the physiological! actions which! take
promenade In the plate Is connected with the positive pole
whole e1t7. Here the do with the life place if not always tbe fundamental: f.
middle cleeses to subject of family of an ordinary battery by means of a bit
to Itrnll come with their families' in Japan a knowledge of them is really causes underlying them. of wire and suspended In a solution of
about and It la a novel sight to i G. TffEJZ J'L: r.r.iH' We know that without sleep the brain
the Westerner necessary in order to gain; a correct ,viewpoint -, c :I 'S : ZG ( copper sulphate (blue vitriol), and tileD
Bee these worthy peoplesad would soon wear out for the work and
of the relation existing betweenthe
their connecting a silver cola where It la d..
'blldrf'n looking with kindly sexes. The conjugal.relatlpa.. of turmoil of the day keep; the brain In a

Inmates curiosity the dJor08 nd geishas (as'the such supreme t Importance In Christian nations number was ,limited ,to eight/ : for'the f '- will flD'l, under the thinnest veneer of for a family to;adopt him." : constant state of activity. Since wear poiited. 2,

flea whitened faces and gorgeous ral- very 1I,1.-bt"t' restraint. :on ra Is. The Code of ISSt Jt'! ,silent >a. (carefully! prt'l'f'rndlit with% 'the most I I man. well known In Japan.. In this way activity the brain becomes 'e
1II1'nt., sitting around taking their tea or With them woman U little 'more thana '.th. ,subject. nfeins to t; !ore thy etistaee; ; >' afJwjn? !* of the "provincials." secured the Esslttance' of an honorable and sleep! Is called la to help hau8ted''I' Bat who would have inspected that the t

smoking their pipes. .servant She 'can possess nothing of of me-ka-te; l>'lt. In reality\! ;fb( ri+ntu-: tsy pmscrtblng: them the Mikado himself t family; ',belonging to.the district! of Chlba. newlog and rebuilding. it. Bat' same process goes on continually la the

early every Writer who bas visited her own. Her husband Is even abe: to bine sjlH flourishes In the Japaqe,(bmll!!' would be untrue to his own origin Tbeu, which h wltbP'll'to, represent. When be that's the question.One nervous 'system It remained for Short
Japan Iud ttudled its customs bas reo dispose of tier marriage portion at his! bolu. and the lettlirste wife' Is cpelled too he'- ball given a proof of his devotion was about \o ,t.e taken into :this family of the noteworthy discoveries !' to point out that the end cells of thee

toned the aame impression 00 this sub wilL It Is almost Impossible! for hereto << to not only: toierat2.! !)f'r. bate I ta these Institutions! and the respect with l bI adoption I.t Was discovered that he made Ip tbis connection was (be exact nerves bear exactly the same resdoa! teach
'lent Saye 11. Jean Husband may .. to bring her fbUJrea] wtti nature of the process of sleep and.sleep., I'! other as the copper plate and silver
Dbaap; "Wbat a delight procure a divorce while the ur own } II which they Inspire him by adopting as was 10; yean older than his( prospective
to the eye these strange creatures do so at his pleasure. How often Ihs! th\ Hlesitl: ate or.ec.Ftrthennore. liflr to bU", throne ibe'sou of one of his father. Jurists ffrf dating consciousness, the

are! With their painted faces and their is his pleasure Is shorn by the fact that in ces the vAt has .eftJ: !,'!" t'. : they decided that there was now. defied all human effort directed : brain deposits Its vital substance upon tile

eurinullly arranged hair they resemble the according to statistics one marriage In f Japan forbidding towards Us solution- Again and again I I receiving end of the body and during the

art1l1rtll figures of some notic Grerinmuseum. three Is followed by a divorce. ,. the rjifural ." we and claim . theories to explain away the ,mystery of owing to Its long period oi
Among the most frequent grounds her as! their! pto'ker -In anrb II 1 'J-nurf'r: sl'emnly.nlanat! <<'d as heir to ch ild." its losses,
Another writer informs 111 that In Spite find mentioned sterility excessive jealousy case the ine-ta, ,le U relegated: tt to.th! ej1k' 1 ttjft tb'rone' Prince Htrunomly./ ton of a In spite ef all the vaunted progress of sleep -but there has never argument been based so tboronchlj on- ; activity, demands a return of Its lost
ot the muC'b-nuoted irreverence for the husbands! parents of domestic. to' '' whom of Ingenious an : energy.
OlIItitutloa the
procress of this na.tlnll r ine>fca-t>e of the (court' be declared thecoantry. the Japanese '
ntQ the most modem Japanese will and -loquacity.,." Prior to 1873. the In Angnst. 1R)7. the! Glpt.Sbiatpn.; a fft, be his "adopted son." The Idea of family 'bjs remained exactly the experimental evidence the'Brttlib as that: presented Academy i When the nervous system become altered
point out with complacency and even right to secure divorce: was. reserved to journal of Toto.! publlsbed a 'Tlrjujp! : & -ofttetIog the legitimacy! :: of this! tuheritoron same. 'The father is its, absolute head. by Mr. Shore of fleyal in Its relations between brain and body

bath pride the bt"Omparable luxury ot the husband alone: During' that year :a article ''aalllct: concnblnagp<< :: fjntfotty ilf<* ground; that te Is aa illegitimate\ and the children belong to bin alone.' of Selene t In this manner consciousness! can iy!

their Yoshl.wara. That of Toklo a. built law was passed givlc: the woman but a It right has I nately prevalent among the uppe rlgss..s: ,\' wa -i'fit c..pr occur to tae, mind'of the I I The mother>> (ts an Inferior b.elng-r-! nurse allst In his found Investigations that the 'fioinaa.the 'b experiment di:1I1.: .*ikerztzt'd 1 I, be maintained by special effort, and hence

aroood the temple of 'KlnriouD (the to procure a separation also; of Japanese K ciety.It ijet ,1jPd) ,JuTti; .\wostadvaaeed; Japanese but oft< an educator! of her offspring.Conjcgji .-" with force of extreme subtlety the desire to sleep.
Golden Dragon whole famous gardens reaa: : almost a dead letter. The reason In spire. of all the affnrts ml e't:1.\bt t 'This 'loads: n< to refer to another JapfMP I assoi-latloo does not exist In and like a that of, electricity are.i During sleep! this plating procees wMct- e .
are tended for this probably lies In tbe fact that, Liberal party for the deve.Amen ef, : I : Mood play' an en- very carries so much of the brain's vitality +
wIth the most scrupulous 'divorce. *f" tnstom which profoundly; rooted point cf fact TJ}e4 f all so familiar with and thaC HU efettriclty. -
rare. At the flower fetes the throng of no matter what the cause of t&e feminlqe educjitlco! "Jbe qUlt'U .t Japeti ,irla t e.".Ulor:31: character. and which rouMitatr 1 I flrely 'Uecond.ari! roje. |>eicff: easily re- It act. Like a currentbe' to the body. Is now reversed and by
the propertyof may
sPectators the children always remain would uever rise to the 1e'T'f'I'.ofJ itr! *1 t.. ones, when such virtue of the long and gentle nerve cor.' f
with", a Spectacle that car. one of the most iufluruic placed'bj ropyentipnal resembling
Into force
suSer transformed
s them the father. .,,;11.A woman will ten In t:... Occident so Ion; as tbo. pernldou Is j.r % tasuf of head of the *anlllyHe a rents Cowing from all part-of the body
, : .
back many centuries before ( 6 i'IS far as family unity concerned.TtU U. the | << the converted lute a form of
"lI1odl'tn the most cruel treatment ratter than part rusti'mxfeted." ..,l7, "" : magnetism, or Into the weary brain. It Is gradually restored
r Ii the adoption. i iI
or the J'paa. This Is the procession from her offspring: forever. The husband :The! jurnal"t'at; |>rol>sh'{ siiur'rr! ;?-1, custom of i r' ) I waves that can traverse space- tlk. those to its full and normal power.
\o.t beautiful of the dJoros, wife's property Rvrrr head of a family!! who has: nor Tiele3tJne men 'ar that the used In wireless telegraphy .
also can keep the divorced but he | Turk rinli/ W I, --
clothed was c:* 1I1..l..allul a "{ I I Secret of Sleep.If .
In their richest attire. Dearing lo return to "'f4irfnjj/" 1 itstiv repudiates any he may i i lohlf''ls bn-nsRicg esttutt.She'Th. The
to. so that"she Is obliged a enhg .t,, pfvtest 'with.except tu41"ael..s: ; !I '
en. Each eltli-r: in illrslthnitei : i tail!. ..l Iaworts: never do Your B.-ain !. Electrified.Tbe .
one Is accompanied by home. Ijavijiuiiy i ppi)
the paternal atttl: IMy.aIll! Use 'aWlttl. n4tj.tf? I vitality is strong and b,
two 'Itrhtul servints permitted lIy for! ei i?: the t-hW! "f anttthpr" f.uiiT! : issIot;. -f. '_ : I a person's
to prevent any; I'olrgamy is not express! rusloue cud hltUUdW .r ;ilr''"'YIl'U-I net 1 -.". band on his head tad the
false 'l'inags and keep one
step on the part of the beauties 00 the odes. bat It exists on tolerance. la : l>y rhaiiiiii the.mrpis+ h'lt..cf.t-. rtffl trt(yby U... of lilotMl Thin whosrsalenyette I 'dlnnrr'party1 i braIn. heart ail ..otherorgans : can lower limb daring the period
tllPir he-t.. or sandals mounted on little of a custom tevins! the full tUm from whlr'h 1t.M't"", ru.topa artislrt! ,j l ui adoption] | uuicilmr 1'1Id" ta I im \Ins-:111 i Ite at my I are highly electrified, fnd! as like other oa hU the 1''
bbr'ls u.d, 10 walking. 00 the atnet. pursuance force of a law. the husband hs the privilege To tlt tIts! i .wul: I.-ntliU. It oftrMr LaplseaaF loJj"! .)"t',"tlgbt' : thirteen. people- tat. at charge of electricity-
With tbP\r\ rIch kimonos the costly combs which be freely uses Introduce S. true 1'? this that In n.., tpisiC:tl", I F t".zt! .t 1".:111.141.irstrin. ;: to .Iu the :. the lafej!*. Al : lurk SJltikt.ta' ? il repel each other, so :the' heart 8114 'tU 'P energizing substance ent dawn
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-Any or woman may
l Ia their coiffures and their haughty'ex: Into his family under the title. l of servants ,, t'ate.i 1 rtnle ,..! Jal.a. "..- .awSi frlfiV: F"r.,' iif jt 'uMTtor. eii d' not k'-bit :: .:<11:1\1\1"-:\ t ry'4'ody want'ed'a repel tbe charge of the, brsln ctft. -and if tbe busy maa of sweet repose by ".sent' '
eoulit the period
Paalon. these hourla might be mistaken 'one or more cup Uo>>nCSt who are Ult.m1.-.t w1.lc-1 l.rM,' tbe4s-c1: 'I ,!L. wd.etr! Ju;.ii''> i 1' {wjr the! prfc rr.lair'dIOr.UF1I J ... '..mlbc.! iV; J>1' ..|>1rtei pot-P1e and It they cUd not the latter nulla'I
ud taws -. Hs i llAJ". -ssitnAWoa> of ,iq vpet:4;. i'li.: jt,4 I I a I 1 vitality and heave ,1U ooncfown, hours
:thront'd queens. They a:.:along called me-kake. Under the < ; ; ;.. I.ltrun.u tyrnt, 'uus about 1 ..*re yut.e ,es ;


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e teen, Heard and Done Among Those ,Who Go. Come I '- $ .' AXON OP- ;. !, -,:: : I'I With,medicines as with other things, the surest test of10 1 I.
: and a f, worth is the length'of time they avethe confidence f'
Tarry---Women and Society, Here and Elsewhere. ::. the people. The efficacy of S. S. S. has been thoroughly

i I lN ONEWEJI1.The.Nfet | "--,- By 'KEITH GORDON. : |', proven by experience, and so successful has it been that l '

By E. NELLIE BECK Telephone 669 l opyt1ght-19O4bT T, G. McClura ; : today''it is the best .known and most widely used blood.
I /< : -. 1 I remedy ia the world. For diseases such as Rheuma !:!l, Catarrh, Scrofak
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GREETING.At Edgerton-Smythe] and her little sou I I I due to an impure and poisoned condition of the blood, no remedy acts st

who were on the 'way to ffouth Texasto aitf) f1arnIe! ? eautifi t ::.:sAt ao wag sure that he could find It should I promptly'and thoroughly does S. S. S., and thousands throughout the

the threshold of the year join hr husband. first.it was merely the rumor of a kto t-: _-..._._. Ue iut away his offer. I I, country, cured of such diseases. are daily recommending it to others cia;
Health be yours and, best of cheer. They left this city together rumor!.' then It authenticated ITS FORTY OF
and on Beautiola can be o>f4 so esrot to intf '- became an : "Oh, he'll'we back! Only be lady aflli ted. YEARS EXISTENCE HAVE 11a...
the way to, New Orleans the lady receheJ business afld social' duties Lfel report, and I' OF CURES is blood '
fl'r'tn\tl1 last the town, or at least know It's wrong-aad I like to be FORTY YEARS S. S. S. a 'purifier of the highest
May you never know ill eor-te ererywow Bc uci-
an a b,
message the particular
:Never buy a law>er's skill, death of hr husband.announcing ota remove bU-kheadspimp: J JfjI.!!! .wnnWr... : that part of it which considered itself ,obeyed." I order,containing properties necessary cure blood troubles of every character

S I Never need a doctor's pill ry the unexpected; sorrow Overwhelmed the young the freckles complexion., moth patches It your and drnggut ail ustUnesa
_4 14 Never have to dodge a bill! : rife was dazed and helpless, and Col.i, Mipptr you we will *'nd, It JW at, nald l upon I jthe knowledge thatjHemingway Trent to come .inj1 Trent yentured, boldly. I outanyand all impurities, and makes this stream of life strong and healthy
the reeei.t of pri(", *> rents. Wnt for this is done disease cannot remain. made
when Being
lIe Miss and entirely from roots"herbs
Ax.t accompanied her north where particulars anil literature describing our was to spend a month with his, aunt Barry was all demureness for a I
r Don't be frenzied by finance; b> saw her safely In the care of her, Full line of toil"* requisites, bold, by Mrs.Ordway, moment; fhpn a wicked gleam danced and barks: chosen for their healing purifying and building-up properties *.

Give the lmple; life a chance; own ? ple. HOOTOVb. PHARMACY" an- drusgt& Set down in black and' whIte, this [Into her eyes it does not injure any of the delicate organs or tissues of the body as do
, Let the tariff tinkers fret ; Last Year Cot Axt Ue's J "" I medicines which contain Potash Arsenic other
, daughter fact appears but Ciiae-pray do. she Invited sweet t those Mercury, or harmful min.I .
insignificant Just
; : : Let the politicians sweat. irs. ,EdgertonSmjthe. Sr., spent j L R. Berry Chemical Co.: SL.I t0u&; Mo., think moment and repeat the name ly. And & laomeut later he bad tied his I erals. but cures safely as well as permanently. S. S. S. reaches deep-seat

: tne summer in this country anv, : horse and ." I and inherited cases on which the ordinary Sarsaparillas and tonics have
Jest be glad that jou're' alive through her the two -. : over and on rto' yourself-"Trent, was walking: beside her up :1'1
were thrown
, q .:it the close of Nineteen-five'! much of the time with the together -t Trent"-and you Will\ doubtless! begIn!' the gra teled pat!! where the grass I t effect. It is no experiment to use S. S. S; it is a remedy with a record; it

4. -Clveland! Plain-Dealer. usual result. Only. In this case the, RING C. L. McVOYPhone to thrill, for the name of Trent Is grew uiirebuLed. Everywhere there lias: proven its worth and ability by its forty years of cures. If you Deed a

ki& JOUW.J stepmotter.jn.lais nelighted 6D7. Take: advantage Moats being' known wherever pickles are eaten or was tiiacrde", but It wits of the pictorial hjood remedy begin the use of S. S. S.; write us about jour case and let out

f ;. EXCELSIOR FLINCH to become the rftep-mother of ,her 'heap.yel't'd Webteru to any JIll'ahi part a of eptetatry1J'the city. .'J money spent. 1 I : sort ,that has an attraction all i I physicians advise,you"and send book on the blood; no charge for.either

MET WITH MRS. RICE. widowed step-daughter-in-law. | It Is only fair to the present Trent I its own. To Hemingway Trent,'accustomed rnrwIFT&prcIRc CO., ATLANTA, GA..
The Excelsior; Flinch hal pleasant '
t1r explain that Ills a .far'cry from the to grounds that were bathed
7 meeting: last evening from :2 i to 6 with OSCEOLA CLUB'S EUCHREA hardwocM camp near Sneads B sldo:: original pickle, or, rather,from the little and shaved almost as regularly as their
Mrs. Charles Rice, the first of ,tie LOVELY AFFAIR. while ,thel 'masters AND PRESERVE YOUR BEAUTY
away it IMPROVE
New Year, and the feasting on game patch of ground pn.the edge of a young. was oddly charming. His. TO
. ; cut: In full. "I i The Oseeola Club's first euchre oJ brought home a fine deer and a which quantity -I city where that first pickle that Alad, companion, however noticing bis musing : C&BKAQIHE
!|the year was a lovely affair of quails and small gams lingering construed in different -
. Tuesday
A Little Miss din's lamp of a pickle grew to the gaze a, ,
Myrtle pretty daughter
distributed among
night. The decorations they generously :
of the hostess score!, the scorecards were very friends. present representatives of the family. way, :; FACE POWDER
i effective arrangements of flags;; their t "Pities ns. I suppose because we
being dainty little calendars. masses of bamboo I Hemingway the future head of the IX: oases BOSCS OSLY.

.t- The club guests were Miss Lottje foliage. ana' banks- of,. magnolia .- You run no risk in buying Blue Ribbon Trent family, aged twenty-six, was haven't a bead gardener and two or i iI _ SUPERIOR IN UALITY. HAfcMLEbS As
. Rice of Century, Miss Daisy :McAlis- Four-hand' was; the game and :afte."I Lemon or Vanilla Extract: The coming to, Carriston for a visit. A. I, three assistants," she thought to her WATER.NADP .
4-I ter and her guest :Miss Johns. i'an Interesting series Mrs George' makers give this guarant; "Your!t blaze pf interest sprang up In anxious self resentfully. Thereupon she decided Lt
After the game the hostess served to shock his sensibilities still :E Fare Powder Is compounded anit
Wentworth had back if they/fail to please. I mother hearts at first of this
the rumor
. hot won first al money I' - chocola'a and delicious marsh-
tnalfow handsome stein, :Mrs.: John C. Avery Ask for Blue Ribbon Vanilla and say fact, and, though they guarded eye more _ Produces a beaut fat. soft T TTMT! a:..
-t cake. I ,"It's rather Informal I know" she J>rance, wbuh remains until washed off:
the consolation a beautitul &ppea it plain. I and lip, some spark flew.and littto additional ,
j Ladies
Next week the club will meet withMrs. : wbo nse sdine Fac Powder in grwa: !
Dan Shepard server, and Miss Fan Warren the I fires sprang up in the Hearts of said[ glibly, but Fin going right on _ boxes are sure the complexion will be f r*;Jj
booby, a cunnin'g Jap. I VERY ENJOYABLE AFFAIR I'' marriageable daughters. Finally the with my workAnd she led the way and QUALITY lovely ISUNfcQUALED a' close the_ evmiag Buy cueSOrrot IRS

REV. W. Q. VREELAND Mr. John C. Avery captured thegentleman's FOR THIS, AFTERNOON. air became surcharged. Adamantine around.to the rear of the house. "You package and if yon .rc not entirely ...tif..s

: HAS RETURNED. I first a set of .safety I father hearts gave signs emotion,' see. I've Just been doing a few of the 144 notify us. and we will promptly B.nJDYOUR
razors, Mr. H. H. Thornton the con The tea to be given this afternoonby small fine pieces myself the Chinauian sosay
Rev. W. Q. Vreeland: arrived Tues restlessness, a critical lingering survey ; ,8oU br leading dmgETts mail. Pnicelscents.
day night to assume his new duties solation an ornamentalaswellasuseful the Jun-or Guild of Christ Churchat of biiug4.them back streaked In so 1:1: Wiute.lesh.Pink.Srunett.
waste basket and :Mr. Turtls daughterly, .charms. .Several
the home of Mrs. Jno., C.- Avery,I "
5 s associate pastor of Palafox M. E. rush orders for of than many,shades of pink and blue. Prepared bynational
,f church of which Rev. B. C. Glenn is of the navy yard the booby a ,suggestively -I promises to be a mos{ enjoyable.fair. : af- beautyere'gowns sent more She, looked at him furtively but Itwas J fV
sham bottle of shampagna ordinary scurrying r s Toilet Co. Paris Tens
There will be a musical progrom ,
pastor.Mr. Vreeland is too well known as I I The army and navy as well as local I and refreshments will be served. across the continent. And It was significant -, fled, evident,She be was thoroughly mysti tHE 'KADINOLAGlRl>, Sold: In Pensaeola})y a1l1f'ading druKghti
was obliged to be more explicit -
civilian society were weH represented that this
I finery to come was
the former pastor and burider of the -
and the function added one more to CARD OF THANKS. never mentioned not even between the
street church structure to neea'of any the intrcduc-Gadsden the ,long list of enjoyable occasions: I take this method 'a! thanking ,the i 1 best of friends. '"Washing, you know," she elaborated :.......... ........ ......................\

! Ii ton! to Pensacola people, and his cor- recorded to the club.' many friends who were present, and I Amid all the 'Intense, subdued ,flurry I pointing to an Indian basket heaped

ik dla" welcome is assured from a host by their sympathy and assistance, .of preparation there; was one family with linen that stood: on the grass. A SideBoard, Adds A Finish. i|
LL of friends in and out of his own de- Miss Daisye H>er was the guest of helped me to bear the sorrow causedby that remained's ree. Mr. and Mrs. i "Xow Just wake. yourself comfortable *
nomination. Commandant and Mrs. Berry of the the death of my aunt. Mrs. C. I of I and talk to me while I work." And she 4J
Barry Barry dene went their elegant,
After leaving his res-Tit charge in Navy Yard Tuesday. Lazarini. Their many-kindnesses willj i languid way undistracted and unmoved .I proceeded rather ostentatiously to I I To The Dining Room Furnishings J

L l>uverne. Ala., **?. Vreeland visited I I ever be gratefully remembered., though they, too, had a marriageable I r spread out some dainty handkerchiefs '
I4 his mother in Kentucky and spent a I I Paymaster and Mrs. Pjne of the GREGORY BORRAS. 'I, daughter. The .of the Barrys :j and napkins on the adjoining rosebushes I I and indeed, is a practical necessity in a w :sll:! .appointed home *
short time in Louisville and other Navy yard have cards out for an "at had since ceased way '! while her caller looked on, in I I. We have a large number of very handsome ones of golden J
R points in that state, before taking up home" Tuesday afternoon Jan. 16 long to'be affluent.. It shocked, speechless amazement. oak, fine plate mirrors, beautifully finished in every war,
h his duties ''h* e. and it is pleasant to II I from 4 to 6 to meet their mother Mrs. the Hemingways, for "whom Trent was : ""' I. at from fI
Oh; I say! You oughtn't to do this,
L learn that he is looking; well and is Pyne.ho is spending the winter with, I. BLUFF SPRINGSSpecial named, had left a ramshackle. shanty: ; know: It's ridiculous it's out- I
you ; an
far behi d
, delighted to return. them them the Barrys: on the, oth- $15.00 $65.00 J
rage. Get a Chinaman who'll do the % ,
'I er hand, had come- from a rare old colonial -. I
- MARRIAGE OF COL. AXTELLE The officers ana'' ladies of the United i mansion that'overlooked the river -: right thing. There must be one some- If you don't want to pay cash' down for it, you can BUY J

AND MRS. EDGERTON-SMYTHE. I States navy yard have' cards out I! ,.Severn. The only difference between 'Whe-re1.: I. NOW AND PAY LATER. I

I A number of, West. Folrida people! for a series of dances at the Armorj to The Journal. 1 them was that they had started I :Miss Barry became sweetly pensive.
including friends. in Pensacola will|th3 first nsht Jan. 13 from line of | MARSTON&QUIN" i
Saturday Reslgnment
: on Bluff Spring Jan. 10.- lrs. Annie, at different ends of the chain., : spoke every ,
Jearn with interest of the marriage and the second on Feb. 10. her
Hudson and little daughter, Madge. of| Still Brenda Barry only child and !
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; of Col. Gordon M. Axtelle and :Mrs "There are some." she admitted "but 108x110 S Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola Fla.
I i Chiplej, Fa.! who have spending the[ chief depository of the practical sense I :
Mary Jane Miss Goodall who arrives
EdgertonSrajthe. to-day '
_: they charge !:: Then
oh. fearfully ,
hoUda's'with :Mrs. Hudson's parents ,
: of the
* The wedding took place quietly at and will sing to-night at Salvation Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Brewton at, }16- filled house of that name, was usually! bands locked behind b rshe stood :..............o ... .... o..o .... ........;
with a tingling resentment when
the home of the bride's sister in Philadelphia Army Hall is a noted singer.
I on Jan. 3 and the newly David, spent the day here with rela we h'ard.ot the enormous fortunes of i back and regarded the bushes where ----- '-

:v' vea'ded couple bet at once for Ari The Beckwith.Forest wedding takes fives Saturday. She was accompanied the "new people. Being woman, she all the sweet rose faces were now: bid J I z 4 % *.*?:2iM&if **%* %*

t zona intending to visit Pensacola place this evening in St. Michael by her sister, Miss Maggie Brewton, could not fail to feel the subtle tenseness den from the sun with a virtuous en-I 1

later in 'the season. I church. of McDavid.Mr. in the social atmosphere, and for I bat saves papa as much
There is quite pretty little romance and M-s. W. A. Bond and children -' the same reason Instinctively divined as a-,dollar," she said proudly.. "and'i I : REESE-MENDEL TAILORING CO I

t connected with the weddIng Col Ax.I Miss Lem Caller of Ft. Deposit, and their sister. Miss Lou Mc- its cause. .And To--say that'she was every little helps. ,
'C,. telle is sixt:>-three years old and ,a, Ala., is 'visiting Miss Amy Briggs Neal. came up from Psnsacola Sunday scornful but expresses 'Trent murmured something, he did 11 N. Paiafox I Street.
faintly it.
southerner by birth but raised in the .- Mrs. Bond will remain here with not precisely know what, so bujy he II :
West Indies. His daughter was educated The Council of Jewish Women.will her parents for a while and Mr. Bond There was nothing about the good
.' \. looking, athletic fellow was trying to think what it must be BUILDERS OF MEN'S FINE CLOTHES. I
bold has to Atlanta to a young whom
t in England where she married the first meeting of the season gone on I accept like, the financial condition that made
' i an elderly man Mr. Edgerton-Smythe in the Temple this evening at '4 position. she met a week later to' justIfy' that *
,the saving' of a dollar so great a thing. I! We have just received a full of samples for SPRING AND
; whose son had married an Amencaufelrl lock. A ,business meeting and ail Mr. and Mr& Solomon. ..are moving scorn. lIe was the usual thing-a very line
, Miss! Mary Jane \Virt also u interested in the Council are invitedto to Foshee Ala. .much washed, JmnJaculateSy% dressed Brenda: covertly watched him with ;:f SUMMER SUITS. f
fiendish delight, ,which, it is true, I ; We extend a cordial invitation to our friends to call and examinesanie :i
Southern girl. be present. :Mr. I.* C. Brewton, McDavid, wasa young man of the day. with a desire to was ,
A few years ago Col. Axtell on his pleasant! caller her jesterday.Airs. plf':1SeV ch .was-. a apparent that modified when she discovered that his I ;SGentlsmen's ;:
-, 'way from his West Indian horns to Mr C. W. Hagerman and Lieut. J. Taylor: who had been In Alabama Brenda had to goad herself f into remembering surprise was changing into a sort of I Pressing Club. Dues $150 to J2.50. y

Arizona, spent a few Jabjs in Pensa! I. Bryan have returned from a very visiting relatives, returned home how frightfully new' and disgustingly -: awed admiration. I! E. L. REESE *

cola at the same hotel with Mrs. successful hunt at, Mr. llagerman's Monday rich he was. Still she. managed to convey to him J. MENDEL i t..5ii

Services were well attended at before be took his dazed departure that {
This attitude on the part of one whose! __ -_ -__ __
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Peasant Hill Baptist church last Sun head might well have been turned by she usually spent the early morning -
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:The Journal's Daily Fashion Feature day. There was a business meeting the flattery and attention be was receiving hours gardening, working: in another I .
held and Rev. J. I,. Brjars .w'as on all sides mollified her some pathetic, reference their need of econ : :

called to the pastorate of. ,tne churchfor what. Then by chancre she happened to omy., i ii OLIVE:: LI

the coming year, encounter a rather vindictive glance Promptly the: next morning! Trent I !

was Mr.here Will on Wlgeans.business; of Saturday.Pine Barren, from Helen Carrington's violet eyes- clad in the most disreputable clothes I Finest

Helen I was wearing an exquisitely simple he could procure might have: been
Special to The Journal. t

Cured His Mother of Rheumatism.. before-and gown that suddenly bad not her seen own the plan light of seen hedges.hanging When about the daughter tbe Barrydene of the I cold Olive. Jan..10.-TIi! weather is very i Flavored !

"My mother ha's been a sufferer for house finally made her it and disagreeable now.
I action appearance
was clearly mapped out in her Mr. Jodie Crelghton, of Milton came :
many ears from rheumatism, says mind. was not so enrly. though, as be had I i Florida i
over and spent Saturday last with
W.' H. Howard, of Husband. '
"Too much she been led to believe. lIe walked In boldly home folks
soothing sirup. reflected .
vania. "At she
times was pennsY1-1 :announcing: with the simplicity of : .
move at all. while at all Ironically. -"What he needs is MSS Maggie Onsley made a flying
ing was painfuL I presented a tonic." This mental comment of the early Trents-the market garden trip to' Pensacola last cvning., : :

a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm I hers may have had something; to do ones-that he'd come to help. MissBarry's We ar ; ,face turned a riotous red and Chestnut t CANE SYRUP-- :
with Mr.
and after a few applications she decided -' the delightful) jicnse of refreshment and Darby 'Thompsonha ,
she tried to dissuade him, but for an $ left Pensacola and moved to Cen- +
it was: the most wonderful pain young Trent felt in her_p esen e. :
I yever she had ever tried, In fact I She asked him none pf the usual l questions hour'or more be digged and delved at tury. We know they will be sreat'y! .. ..

she is never without it now and Is at with which the othm' had pestered ber side right sturdily. Once begun, missed by their fri: nds. :

all) times abl tr> walk. An occasional him until wondered> Impatiently there was no stopping him, and 'Carrls- Miss Lizzie Merri't has returned' i New Process !
f"1\\\\\ application of Pain Balm: keeps -awav. If they bad ,nothing to think ton .,iatct1 d the disgraceful affair i from Psnsacola. after spending! sev-

1' \ : ll4) \ the pam that she was formerly troubled about but him. Indeed,'she didn't seem aghast., When later on the gardeningled I eial days with! friends and relatives. : Steam Evaporated *

with For sale by all druggists., to be very clear as to( hiS Identity,,so to the usual result Brenda looked She report a very nic tine. i: .
Mr. Robert Merritt made business .
i .. that he felt compelled ,to refer rather bigi, straight In the'eye. trip to Pensacola Saturday a last : .
was'o '"I_ fancy that I have angled for {: 0
I diffidently to the.fact that he you :Mr. Taylor Majors left Saturday i .
to his Just as. much as the others" she said
visit aunt Mrs. Ordway. Even night for Wiggins Mss.! GUARANTEED :
: then her_face was Impassive. breathlessly. But Hemingway Trent Mizs Susie! ansdon: spent Saturday -:

2- "Rather a stunning girl that Miss only laughed. and Sunday last with friends and i ABSOLUTELY :
Time I Barry." he remarked to his aunt the That difference so long as I like I relatives In Pcnsacola! returning :'Ionda -:

IS : next day on their drive'as she pointed your bait' ?",he questioned. I : PURE :

: Barrydeue tD him. while he noted with { Mr. Bill Hot was oat Sunday last\ 0

Interest Its picturesque decay. The 4, ,.- - -- from Persacola. : :
stucco house was a beautiful soft 4 ,
: Money.Business
I' "Crown !
gray and what had once been' a gar- I The Original. !
denafter, the '
manner was now' [Fe Foley &: Co, Cnicago, original
overgrown and neglected, yet full of 2 :
Men MostContented Honey and Ta as a throat and luns; ; t
: wistful beauty. Near a corner (th4"i; j remedy. snj on account of the great : 1

Can Save Time. house he caught the gleam of a light merit and popularity! of Foley's Honey -

gown and energetically tried by means and Tar msny imitations are offered ,
by equipping their office of hypnotic suggestion to cause his J for the genuine There worthless Imitations : I Florida Syrup Mills. i
with all the modern Aunt to stop, but she sat placidly beside Men have sim'lar! sounding names. I

labor saving conveniences' him utterly"unaware that the eta! Beware of them. The genuine }"oley', i, : Broadview Brewing Station, :

known tIe of her mind was being assaulted. Honey and Tar Is ,in a yellow pack-i i 0

Trent reasoned that If' you pass a usually the age. Ask for it anti: rfuse any substl-j! 0
are best
With fed
qyou person's house often enough you are ItOU tute. W. A. D'Aemberte! druggist i : Quart Bottle, 25c :

'. pretty sure to meet that person. On J men.,live welL live hero 'I' and apothecary.! j i : 1-2 gal. Cans, 4Gc :
Card iou
Trav the third successive morning, that,,he 1
: passed Barrydene she came through ; I II : Gal. Cans,' /* / 75' $
1u1f the gate in the neglected hedge just as' a'' S
rich dark henrietta Is the mate-I I soft pliable! feathe -bones, and the'fronts his horse Jogged slowly by. Only the Best .; TERSELY TOLD ,,1 I :

' terla1! used in this becoming faternity', instead of having hooks and can keep your p papers She wore a short pink gown with >> BUSINESS LOCALS. if'l | SS
-_ : ejes. are eyeletted. as are also the sleeves turned back and collar turned I '
dress. The full skirt Is stjilshly constructed I at your fingers' ends- I 'of everything: served i ,
; I darts. then laced with corset laces in. and in her band 'she carried what % f : '" m SALE OXLY BY J
with a narrow front panel which permits *f the waist being made : 60 cents and $150.ClipBoards here and I n' the most
appeared to be a wet napkin.. She ,
this &' trifle fuller',than the sides and I several Inches, larger at will without I Paper ,Fasteners 25 and S) J5 cents.to greeted him with a negligent nod put., pleasing manner. McKinile Oertias t; Co.. wholesale I'
Instead of the usual the aid Of utedle and thread. Ths GojTh
of the skirt.
bacfc chand'era I f i
him reta-i and
25 cents a box. Photo ting still further at ease by, her and grocers, Sol Cahn
waistband the ekirt is cut several outside is made amply full, both front i j Paste ia water ,well bot Inquiry. -' the only first-class boas of the kind
r above the waistline through and back and the belt may be of the -
Inches Pensacolsu Vce* to I .
I alL :
tits i
S 50 cents.Coe's depOt
to n you-I ,iuppoae you
broad in front. II
which is threaded ribbon of I pointed variety which crosses I Pure Food Store *
tape, This permits of the skirt length The rouniJ. toad collar, which extends I h.t.n-but hare you seen a small dog : .
-: Veins altered and the waist band being i in stole effect to the waistline.Is Bookstore that, locked as if be were sneaking Kandy Kitchen Cafe C. V. THOMPSON has Just op-ned; afresh ;' : Southwest Corner Pztafax and InlcsdeC'4. : '. -4
; adjusted as Is found necessary. The:, hand-embroidered and has a Richelieu I away from home"Trent line of box papers, :

waist is on the order of a dressing pleating as the trimming for the wan off hU horse In a moment suitable for Christmas presents Also : Phones 176 S

Jacket but is belted In neatly about I edge, this with the embroidery trim 2l3S.PiUI iSlr, l. while he assured her that though be 104, S.Palafor. Phone 999' crepe papers. Passepartout picture 4aO 0

the waist. It has a lining boned, with wing the cuffs, likewise. had encountered no auch animal Ue I binding, punt, Christmas card, e'c. .4. 0
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I The!! Journal Carries More Classified_Ads-' _than Any._Other Florida Paper II


I I' A Few Attractive Offerings in Real Estate.
lEver ;
ReaililyCoaisdercd I netto you can be obtame4\ on any of _
ths below
property and some wjll}
pay 12 ncr'cent. $23,500.00-One of the most valuable pieces of property In the city

REAL ESTATE OWNERSHIP $3000-b houses Antics. for 31.50| on a corner and fronting :3 streets (2t>0x240)() _

I $20.000.00ew two story l rick building on Garden! street near Pal- ____ ___
per ,-I j We would like to,have consigned to afox. with lot 92 feet front. Quick sale.

AN !INVESTMENT? $1600-3 ,house month., renting Igr $1800 us for sale several. nice ,cottages and $12,500.DO-Larga story brick. building near business center. :A _
per t vacant lots. Can,sell at once if where good interest
$ 600-i- hose for payer _
room .
renting. $7 00 wanted and right T> lce. $7500.00-Desirable building lot, near business center, on corner (245 _
per month. _
i lest by 192 feet).
,< $ 600-2 small houses, renting, for ----- $6000.00-Improved property near Palafox street property- paying .

$800 per month. I about 12 per cent. We consider this a bargain I
In almost! every important consideration it Is far and We havea customer who wants a ,
Other Investments $5500 00-Large :story dwelling on West Hill: good neighborhood'
nicebom? in some good section, =--ortbl SO ISO
with 12 rooms and servants quarters. Lot by feet.
away ahead of any other form of investment' you can $ 5000-Business lot 123 feet on Gar.. Hill preferred. .Lo\. must! be well elevated Our Rental Department Is given special attention. and our lists _ _

choose. I't is absolutely safe den street I and two-story house, modern eit-Hreservation. of stores offices and dwellings contain 'ocations in all parts of toe ;-
because it cant .
run away.be I $12000-:287: % fet on. Tarragona ,St.will conveniences., city. Our Insurance Department, representing 15 of the leading ,__ _

stolen from you or decrease in value.favestraeinit. pay 8 per cnt. -............. l is the first law of nature." It's aptly foreign and American companies can fully protect you from the fire!
$.3500-El 'gant home eight rooms I applied to the insurance business.! fiend. Loans, In any amounts made on real estate, and on short notice _

\ : I IlPell1l5atcOlla Hajne street. Those who. insure want absolute secur-, .
Splendid little house 'with two lots
$, 2250-6 room New Cottage. (new H). Some get it, others don't.
all Take a ride on East,Hill car line,and CALL IN.AND LET US SHOW YOU HOW TO INVEST YOUR
and modern) 'i
$4500-9ropm house North Bajlen. 'you wit se", 'it. on inside of the curveat An Insurance Policy MONEY.
street and 16th ,Ayenue.-.FrIce
V 1500-5:room house, (all .modern, ) E.'lIi1T. 13th ., .
Co $1$00 issued from our office makes you as HOOTON & WATSON
< l ,
I secure as a government bond _
$ 850 5
rooms (city water). West
Gregory '* f FOR RENT. A risky policy may cost a shade I Successors to Tioj. C. Watson 6 Co.

No 11 E. LaRpa street... .. .. ...$11 less but U
a. H. D'AIEMBERTE, City Manager.H won't give as peaceful No. 37 8. Palafox St. LEADING REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
RENTS COLLECTED. No. 13 E. LaRua street....:.....$10 sleep. I

H. KSOWLES. rmldent. R.' SIMMON. eCTetuy.J. MONEY LOANED. ,i No. 307 W. Chase streat. ..... ......$20 Before irsurmg see us.

.E. STILLMAV! V-Prej. anl Gen. Mwafor. KNOWLES: BY!!, Tmsurer. McDavid-Hyer Company ---- : --- : - ------ -- ----- '----

Real Estate, loans, General Investment LESLIE E. BROOKS MONEY' TO LOAN ON REAL Agents New York LOTS_-:100-LOTS KING & RUNYAN '

: 204% S. Palafox St. Fisher 8 E. Government
Building. Street
Palafox HILL.
South Street
I 215 Pensacola Florida..
Phone 7CO. Pensacola Fla. Wolverine Marine EngineAlso -
I t
For Sale. _
Board and Rooms. Get My Prices and Terms, as They The
: FOR SALS!' .-Full blood Barred Ply RIGHT.
--- '.... '. mouth Reck White Rock Fisher Are
+ ; L. S. BROWN & CO.Thieserf '
We carry a Full Line of ____
WANTED I HE.LP'WAf.JTED Streign and Brown Leghorn Fowels .. FOR RE-.T-Two furnished rooms in Fiv -room house and bath. N.
rj-JUL. r n>TW <> ,N,<<.rfrt \A\\TLD-,-Good horse and buggy for| WANTED house maid. Apply at further information address Plymouth :'"B BuildingD. large yard in which is growing large Six'room house and bath E-

,an Mobile Loan Co. IQjanZt once to 229 N. Spring street. lljanlw Rock Poultry Farm. J. J. Pope Prop. shade trees oak. cedar. magnolia. Wright street............. ...$1350 508 S, Palafox st. ______

= know Lv Box .8, Bristol. *la., Jjanlm The very place to'rest and be at case.i Seven,room house, 2 corner lots

\\ 'XT J' Tb""publfc be to bought that at I WANTED-Good nurse.pply at FOR SVLE.-Limited number Fisheis HALE WILSON 6 CO. Two blocks from the car line. In the I East Hill ..........,.........$2000
oid nespapers can 1006 North Bajlen street., janlO city just. away from the noise and Eight-room house modern N Professional!
u:* office for five cents a bundle. They ( to White 'Plymouth Rock Cockerels from$11 i REAL, ESTATE I bustle of the, crowded mart. Call or Hayne street._.............$3250 ... Directory _
$1.50 eaph. Thoroughbred
4tf all dean and nice.ANTEDThe WANTED-Young man as stenographer I address 70$ E. Cervantes street.,

\\ letter T. out of references and to assist in office work. Give I try prize always winners.n :Fresh'eggs{o k. Ed :I.and Pooley poul.,RENTS AND LOANS lOjanlw PATTILLO CAMPBELLAttorneyatLaw.
and state salary expected
Scotch Oats. Wtti pay one dollar 917 E Jackson St Phone 1121.
Address P. O. Box 174. Pensacola. NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS with C. R. YAEGER *
ioi) fame Apply to T. F. W*5tmark.at 6Janlw 'I _
ROberT5SLOre. '1: Dec.lrnoIWANTED.EetriC Fla. 10j3.n. I t.he. use of kitchen for light housekeeping Room 405 Tnieaen Building. _
FOR; SALE CHEAP.-One 25x5ft.,. We have Jollpwing 1 very desirable ., Apply at l.QOO E. DeSoto street. 202 Thiescn Building. Phone 332 ,1

work of ah kind.t WANTED house boy. Apply at I launch with 4-horse power engine pieces list of property' on our "ForSae" Phone 879., 7Jsn4t. _ _ _ _ _

L,!i us dean your fans. resair your I i once to Mrs. Morris Dear. 619 N. In nr t-class: order. For iurther. :

::.TO. p !ia.ula: Ul-ctric Co.. 203\ S.PlVtt.U I lodec. block, withc; .lot of fruit trees able for light housekeeping LAW, REAL ESTATE LOANS AND
I Men under fence.; ,New City....$1,500
I I1.tfEt and boys wanted to learn: COLLECTIONSPALAFOX .
_ _ FOR S\LEBarredPlymouth Rock modern conveniences. Apply 810 E. Timber Lands
Plumbing TI adc. pays $5 day after %, block! best .part. of Hill-: AND ROMANA. 4
: Gadaden. 9janlm
\ : -- First-class registered'rusgui completing course, .of practical Instruction Cockerels from prize winners,"(tOO very. cheao. PHONE 553. .

.* and pharmacist wants pos- at homo or in. :our schools! ; up. Large ,well marked.. good" blood. : Best building location. overlooking 1C.R.YAEGER

',mOD In West Florida. permanent or Graduates admitted to Union and Also some good pullet's. Mrs Lizzie Bayou Texar, :00xl37# ft......$1,500 NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent
tempnrar Address F. Z. care Jour- Master :plumbers Association Posi-- B. Hugh-s Chlp'ey'! Fla. 31declm : Good ;5 ruom li i1se. W. 'Jackson Newly furnished, 'clean and nice,

ca 3jan. sit ions ,secured: Co>ne Bros. Co., .; !1[street. .. ... ..5' *.".. ....... ...$850 near postoffice. Apply- 128# E. For Sale ,
FOR SXLS--South' aalf block 211,. Government et Mrs. B. M. Trainer.
CLOTHING WANT. Practical Schools Plumbing and H blodcln New City near Stoddartplace. ,
SECOND; ED-High'st H\ND price paid for gent's Erickla\ins. New Yorlc. Chicago, Cmcinnati fronting'' 400. 'feet on 13th, street by ".' M. -. .' .',1' ;P' A ..' ., ..$1500 JanIra. : I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, _

hand St. Louis. Free Catalog. 107% fet on Bay Mew Park: also Number of soorfrirentinr honspn_ that. Rooms 202 and' 234: Thiesen Bid
Also s.il! second --'- ---T ---
: -
:otfcing cnh south half of block 212, fronting 400
will net ;-Re-;=cent. PLEASANT place in board N. Hill PHONE :332.
((rodsNo: 9 E Intendencia. 1 I WANTED-100! laborers, wages $1.5)perday ) feet on 1411 St., by 137% fe-t'on Bay'. on
: :
"" 120 feet by 80 feet corner Homana 2nd door from car line on Strong ndd.1!
I Several 5PI
We have them.
: factory of GouldinsF View Park. ThQ only property adjoin .
Kauffman's prices: : Apply
KOD\KERS get -- ---
anl .
and .Al % Excellent' location for street. ,
tfpr; particulars address No 8.
< :
; large email turpentine :
for /eloping .and finishing. Best ? Co 5J1\ ing Bay View Park that .1\\i now. f.>r
warehouse. renting
IUca.jiow? re&ularly Journal.
and sale.' The beautiful vif d.own Jhe 6janlm Saw Mllia and Saw mill locations I Dr.S. R.
a&n cheapest in citj. Romana ;w. { for, $24 ermontb.$2500 a. Mallory KennedyOffice
siied i& large
four Some
luox IDdeclm WANTED. -Tnree or good- bayou and doan the bay can never be excellent bargains I
!| carrier buy Apply to C. F. Stewart Qb tructed. A., V. Clubbs. SOjly i --r-., Otd newspapers at five cents.a bundleat and email traits of round and boxed over D'AIemberte Drug Store.

jfteT OPENED.-W. N. Brown staple Journal, office. i, ,Will ,lend l : .reasonable,,amount 'of this office. They are all clean timber lands. Office Hour*.-9.30 a. m to C p. m.
aM fancy groceries, home and west-l I' AUTO IOBILES am ,agent fpr; the money at I lowest' ,market' 'rate of Inter. and nice.FURNISHED. Large tracts of Mississippi Delta Phones 274 and 109. -

I-fD oeef fresh country eggs. chickensnd WANTED good 's %'ant at 423 N. Pope Mfg.Co. and can sell you autos eat o"n1 of the""above and Hardvood lands. .
the famous blue grass Kentucky Barcelona st. 9 jan3tI from $500,00 up They coat.lesa than : ,'w ROOMS-Fine, location. Splendid Use of valuable property --'-- -

!artfr ,oner 10th avenue and Greg-I horses to keep..\W; They-':eta be ruin I! 30' S. ,RaJafox ,St.., Splendid view"of bay, 414 South and fine location for a Colony! or Stock

'>rS: Puone 1O&4._lideclm I WANTED.-Bright young man or 'eand or ,anj whre7 a-horse. can go. 'Ph !:.234.Forai. Alcanic. Dec.29. Farm 1& South East Georgia. T G YATES M. D.
lady stenographer who wantsa ,
JOB PRINTING of all kinds wantedby young Leslie E. Brooks.d. Some of the choicest residence .
I position. .Address "Per. NICE FURNISHED ROOM two blocks little city of
permanent in
Co. 24 W. I .. ,. r. places the beautiful _
\ Printing
tne Majes PJJOHB 181. Only thebes manent." 'are 'Journal 7Janlw I FOR SALE.-10 room 'hCi'US corner .' from.Pa'.afox: St., 211 West Government DeFuniak Springs Fla.. and In Milton. OPTICIAN I_ _
Government '
Al- lot. 3 blocks from Palafox.'lot 96x: Phone 99. Inquire 8 to 12,
Idee W.\NTED-A good stenographer.
t work. Fla.Our
> __ 19:! on car line. For particulars Inquire '' forenoon 2ld elm* prices and terms are reason 306 THIESEN BUILDING
Journal. in
M. B.. care own
dreS3 Piano
: FOR SALE-A good, upright.
WANTED,- Hauling and: transferwork o! Standard Clothing Co. :29Jan
I handwriting. stating experience and A bargain ,at $290.. Apply to J. J. able.Cal
363 residence FURNISHED ROOM East
Office phone ; Sldec on Hill on or write to us.
P&ott! 390. Acosta & White 22.28 N.Tarrazoa .j salary expecttd. FOR SALE.-improved. farm 170 Hooton.. ..' 10ja15t'FOIt with privilege of bath; convenient DIRECTORY
25mar. --- acres on L. & N. railroad 16 miles to line 'not too far to walk
St. car ; ; preferparty
WANTED.-A thoroughly competentand noith Pensacola between Cottage Hill SALE b'R T-New. modern or' who
parties are permanently
experienced: man to farm place and Cantonment; i 9 room house, ; large I tw'o-story six-room house, East Hill, Pensacola
WAXTEDSecond hand corn oat located in thIS citj. Address P. O. Lodge No. 3, 1C of P. _
and cotton seed meal sacks. Out of about 6 miles Iroci city. Address W.* barr, 100 acres cleared. 1500 bearing near cars. A. C. Binklay. 9jan Box 52, City.. Dec 17. TURNER & AYMARDReal meets every Monday evening at 7:31)
Journal office lodeclm For cash or,on time. 'Will t it
ton !shipments E !lcited. Write us. I fruit trees. -- clock at their temporary Castle Hall _
S Me.len! & Co. 29mar.WANTED. '- exchange for city property Apply ,C. FOR SALE.-4' r :house, two large REST.-o'our over Pou stable W Intendencia St.
FOR furnished
Inteili'gent rooms
An> 1 person may earn a N..Le\ey, Cottage Hill. Fla! lOnov. *cornr lots near 'car line 'on' East I Estate and Visiting, brethren cordially welcomed.
for centrally located.
Tha Merchants Transfe a good income corresponding Hill overlooking the: bay A bargain St.j J. H. BREWTON. C. C.
Ca wants moving and bauuu.A. ;. rewspnpeis: uo ('canvassing; exper:- FOR SALE-Nice clean old newspapers 15declra Abstract
J. W. Coons, Pensacola Investment \ Company, H. HORSLER. K. of R. t S _
breakage guaranteed. T. B Tnorsen erce unnecessary. Send for panicu at five cents a bundle,, This, .office Co. fejanlw
Prop Pnone 978. ISJunclm. lars. Northern Press Syndicate: t FOUR NJCELY!: FURNISHED or unfurnished Ratnbone Lodge .-0. -_____
.: N. Y. 'nov6mos.Miscellancous .rooms: can also use forlight' P. O. BOX 115 I DsFualak SprIngs FlorijJ K. of P..
Lockport, 30. meets every
roOK.-Ex: erle eejbt(colored) FOR 'SALB- One fine display case;- FOR SALE-OnerNo. 3.A Eastmans ', _
housekeeping.! Inquire at 501 Thursday evening at 8.00
l H open for engagement to go south I -, 21 fet long! 8 feet high 'and, 3 feet fojding' pocket kodak; bargain Ap. *
Chase street 323
West' or phone
U Jan Florida preferred, references. wide. Suitable for almost any kind ply ''to E L., Reeee 124 S Palafox io their temporary

\ drt's5 b> letter J. C. B.. .9 Granilo of business' Apply to E L., Reese, ,Btre L 5Jan 27de< Pensacola $i., Andrews and Castle ble. W.Hall Intendencia over Pou street.sta -

'- !) pi. Boston. IDdeclm DONT FORGET that I am,&U11 tuning _5 Jan.' FOR. SALE.- .One''choice block on top I NtCELFURNISHED bed room conveniently Visiting knights are co/

KINO A. HUAL. contrasting painters pianos. J. Conrad; Scott. :s- E. Qovernment iFOR S.\LE.-"OIdfrqn-a.bout": of the ride; east of the electric located; privilege of bath, Gulf Steamship Co. dially welcomed.

atd decorators. Fine varnisbln1111 -: st. Phone .380, 9janlwDRAYMAN'S mobile for sale cb'appply! C. M t. railway, between "7th and 8th streets. : gas phone.- Apply 126 W. Garden St.SJanJw j. D KIRK, a a

trish'ng! Sign painting! : a spa- ,--- -- Covington Consolidated! Grocery Co: Nactre has favored this section and it 'STEAMER TARPON C. J. LEVY. K. of R. & g. _
riitRuldec phone 245. 29au& ---r------ cannot be duplicated. A. 'V. Clubbs. '
7jan.: J. : Knights of Columbus.Meetings .
_' WANTEJX- fjw boarders in private w. c. JARItOW, Master
W.\XTED.-\ll keepers or poultry to )'ou'want a good drajman rIng Victor records 35c and 60c Call oa FOR SALE.-Grocery store and meat familyrnlcely furnished; rooms. with 'PASSENGER of th,

feed wheat! It is the cheapest feedoecaute : 953 Drajmens' stand corner Palafox our agent or write Metropolitan market/ attached; business good; use of bath and< telephone. Convenient FIRST-CLAS3 4'fD Knights of Columbus _
it makes hens lay. F. S.elIen and Zarragossa W,: will haul bag Talking Machine Co, Jacksonville reason for selling'on acount of going to railroad shops and on car line. FREIOHT1AERVICEPENSACOLA. are held: at their hail.

\ ,&: Co., Phone 331.h gage and: furniture at the same ra.te'l! 'la. Agents wanted. Ifdeclm north owner does not want to: stay Apply 401 B. Gregory. Sjanlm -Detwv.n- No. 8 West Intendta- .

---- and also; any other hauling' We will sonth. Address I. M, care Journal. MOBILE. APALACHI- cia street, on every _
new Montana :Market cor. 7th haul any load that one man can han FOR SALE OR RENT.-T\vo lighters; 3janlw Uz.'fURNISHED-1.arge' front room COLA. CARRABELLfi." : ANDREWS Monday evening at _

avenue and Wright street want dIe without any help within one mils one with capacity fo- 75 thousand! .ft.' fronting to south and west. Good i ,-MILLVILLE.I 7:30 o'clock. An Invitation -_ _
our I '
Western ousmess We handle native and for the regular price. We are reliable !' lumber; the other thirty thousani| capacitj. light and 'csntrsl location. Apply 12 And all point on St. Andrews Bsy, U extended: _

'", meats country produce but-' draymen: and v: are responSible., .. JTatps reasonable Telephoneor I :Money to Loan. N. Palafox'St.. or,phone 63. 2janlm Carrabclieand'! ApaUvhicola.SCHEDULE : to visiting Knights
eggs vegetables etc. Martin &
Vhbott We are !n the business and are herato write J. A. Chaffin & Co. 311lt n. : JOHN !!. JONES.jEDM. _
Props. 13declm stay. You can find us from six to I Fla. Sldeclm MONEY 10 LOAN.-On real estate or BOARDERS WANTED at 312 N. Leave Feusucola Sundai' ':30 3. FOX. Grand Kni ht.

WANTED,-All kinds of electricalwork six. other sufficient security by appl). Hayne,,- By !day, *week on month. m for Mobile Ala. I I. Recorder.
I sell all kinds of electrical 21declm ,J. BELL, Mgr. FOR: S.LEOne fine triplicate lug to Thos. Peblej', cor. Palafox and Terms ,reasonable. Mrs. Jennie Perdue Leave Pensacola. Taesdaj. S.30 p.m .
mirror and ,Sfngtr for St. Andiews. JJillTille Apa- Pensacola Lodge No. 4,1. O. 0. F.
w! pries ant other electrical supplies. French plate one Korqana. up stairs 17nov-:. ., lSdeclm* !
\\'hf'o"oU Rose- Sewing Macaine for sale cheap. Good, lacaicola, Carrabelle! and Pensacola Lodge No 4, 1. O. 0. F.,
v: V need me ring 343; or' 955. CUT ''F'LOWEnS.-Patt condition. Apply at FalX's, MUUnerj. :MONEY IO LEND-On good real l estate with points. IntirtDed1&t'l I meets: every Thursday evening at 7-39(
has ROOMS with
Peake or
new Star Laundry build- mount Gardens, of .Montgomery. FURNISHED .-
7an3tFOR security or on good ,collateral: For additional : \ at. the new hall on West Garden
''BS; E. Garden. board Pleasant locality, near
15dec in Pensacola represented out J. R. .
placed an agency 'at lowest rates,, Leslie E. Brooks. 117 E. Intendencia : street. Visiting brethren cordially _
by Miss Bertie Smith. 616 N. SALE-Beautiful block la New i ifll I Palafox street. : COBB. PrwidenL *.
CANTED. *. : Fisher building. 21janj E. IL invited. G. :SlLNbON.:
R wantsTour declS 1m
Bingham Barcelona. Orders promptly filled for City. Tract No. 31%. For cash 160ft,i 'I!I Mrs. Fannie Ret enger. Gen. Frt. and Pass. .Agt B. R. WITKOVSK1, Secretary
moving and h \1l1ng. He guar.tntees I roses.
all_breakage_Phone_630. (! cut flowers. ,Phone 631.; lOdec ; .' lau, 1 kinds 'of persona) property payabls: FOR rooms forrent REBEKAH SISTERS. _
without board. No ---
t-------- weekly or monthi)'. When you need with or -- Naomi Lodge No. 10. Rebekah Sisters -
WAXTED.-EveO'body to take dinner NORMANS PILLS.-Just received! J. A. light, ou< __at the Southern Hotel. 9dec.|,, TAILORING-B. cleaned.pressed J.. Diamond. Tailor.and 55.600 Compound Cathartic. .For"s Government money see me.street, Salisbury Wilson bu11dnfroom 22% :W. 16declm LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT! 1 1MASTERS' 1I I I I 18 o'clock meets in every LOO Monday. F. HalL night Visit l a/ _

OLRT: HOUSE Gents' clothing le at The Alligator and West Enl: : 7. 2dec cordially invited to be
Pressing sisters
DYEING short notice. No. 1HS BAY HOTEL.-Opeii night and day. :ing pi _
repaired 'on : : laaovlm SALE.
and ('l"aulng Club 118 N. Palafox Fla. Saloons ,Rooms 'I ent. MRS S. DeTJlA YCR. _
,M West Government St., Pensacola LOANED on all kinds Euro -an plan. light and of decree of I foreclosure:
Mr< T. J. Da>is. Prop. Your pat.: JUST RECEIVED-Large shipment' MONEY of par Transient trade solicited. By virtue a MISS MAMIE FREEMAN, Secretary
r Idee. sonal property 'on short notice clean. rendered by the Honorable Francis B '
ieea nage, solicited attt'ntion; satisfaction uaran-: 'imported Olive Oil Retail :by pint_ Terms easy J. W. Bullsrd. upstairs 75579! S. Palafox.. 351. 'S. N1colau.op Carter Judge. of the Circuit Court of:I' )LE. B. A. No.:81, m-etsft and
ladles -
givex SA1LMAKER.. galloa or larger_QU&GUtG: ,Morasso I evening at 7.30
2S i South Palafox 'St.. Phone 1144.. Florida on the llth third p
garment! Phone 1222. Sdeclm % ._ ._ Escambia ctunty
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chandlers -
and -
; L Co. ship rocert, 701 - Hall No 10. West Intea
PORTER sailmaker. 716 South! SDOTUNLIMITED -- of December .A 'D. 1905, In th! m. RaStord !
J. If. day
--_- Palafox street Orders taken for South Palafox. .oct.]I : FOR RENT.-Furnished, rooms in a'case of A. F. ,w'it. ag"11 Jacob I dcnciastreet. -
location.Mw honse .
stools and house S.\LE.-only 4 Boar amount ot money to loan desirable and Bernard Scp.Hater and :his wife.1 A. G FELL. PresJ
tents. awnings camp FOR young pllI' ; Klein,
212 W. Gregory St.l3declUl' ,
LOST cots etc. Prices reasonable: 31Jan. :sired by ,Duke ot Florida.68923 out' 'oa all kinds of p ronai property. new furniture. Kattie Schliater. I will!'.on.Monday! thc L., SWEENEY. Se" _

--- -- -- -- --- of Orphan Lee of Baltimore.: 58544 Special rates business men on large ..- -. -.- 5th day -T( February A, D. }"JIi.< sell- W. O. W.Live .

ST-Lc d S old f.1Ied watch; NevROrks EducationalMUSIC. All guaranteed with' registrations 4.;:' lean TheNeworkLoan-' Co., 2044 -HOTEL.-Opposite Plaxa at public outcry for casb td :ties highest Oak Camp No, 1, W. U. W.. '

.. Fnjand; ) No 351.067 Liba i oedegrees. Carl Setterliad, Chipley j South, Palafox, : PARK with or without. board. Short. and bet bidder' Iii jTront of( tIer meets in Pythian Hall! 1st and :1r4

fP1rard for return to W. .IF Madi, the '""Holidays I.will Fla. snOT ,I ;'e."N; Rooms and Tegular meals served in County Court House l io. tae.City of Wednesdays in each month. Visiting
") .-After orders I
n .rhe legal invited.
Pensacola See3IaC1ub. 10Jan2tjS : FOR [sovereigns h'I
I a limifd) number of pupils FOR \LB-Nice, clean newspapers; cafe. Rooms overlook bay. l6dec.Nelt'h
-- accept foPowing described C.
Violin.Cel'o hours of sale th" I F. A. BOGHICH C.
') 't xi I:ng of gola bead3i: either i on the follows Instruments: Instru- for sale. Only 5c a bundle. The I real prop?rty. ,situated':'lyjng and- being LESLIE S. BROOKS. C!*rk. _
D Clarinn and all brass mike 500.1 wrapping paper ;and, are''! FOR: RENT.Elegant two story store .
t1l.F4 Hou bnween there the captain owners In the ccunty 'of :earabia. State
e or : Will j I I
tnl1 extcpt ?Hde trombone. just the thing to put under mattfn&. jI room In new Star Laundry building. t C. Oak Grove Na 4.Woodmm
< ments of O. W .
"Md( <'nce Reward for return to, Mu ic furnished -I nor consgnees: of the of Florida: tc-wH: Tne'south ball W .
v.m" Ba\len street JanMwi.J i teach at pupils resid-nce or orchestra ". RUBBER STAMPS E. Garden street Apply, Walker Ingrahm a Portguese ship Elvira will thenorth'.l"e t quart? Jia4, tbe northwest Circle meets last Thursday -

'- -"_ -. T T |I i for all cccasions. band at the 15c per line of 3 Inches. '. Star Laundry. %2de<:. he responsible for any debts quarter of .northwest auarter of jof each month at 3;3i> p. m., 2d floor _
orders i. I ,.. -
loST.. Lirg0 tlog with white andia' !;i Pleaseleave'. or at. wper.: DA'IJS'J OViL.TY.WORK' '" I-A. R, BINGHAM---has"atorage' room for're contracted: 'i' the crew of said veseL Section twelve ((12*'in' TonBhio, flve.I Pythian Hall, over POUR stably on In-
., .., "I5is, answers to name of:I Clutter Music. Ifouc Y.rd. Pnsa.Il'o'a. Pho-ie 1222. HB N.. PaUfox.: t. suitable for furniture or other *- J. A RODRIGUES. North.: Range thirty-orui.west!. ,Joo. B.:i Itendencia street visiting sovereigns

' C*,, fcm.u. please return to E,l manenl aHresiI' ; Ehiecs Navy Bgndmastet You can Order by Mall. goods, lOt and 106 South Tarragona RlX'MI: ROBINSON. Captain. Jones Special! MasterS. I I cordially invited Mrs W A. Smith. _

:"''a ". l 16:! S. Tarragona str e% Fla. F. F. !Sno\. -:- .'? t' St. Phone '620, 30noT. *'CemjignW! ? 9Jaar 4janoaw4w. .:. clerk; Mm M B. Olsen, guardUm _
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Who' want the best Underwear Act to-day, Tomorrow may.never come.

: : sura ce, KnowlesBrossasKxsKxsjo Gen'l Agts
We call special attention to our very 'It Naval Stores. .
full and complete line we have gathered Savannah, Ga..' Jan.;10.-The naval ,Fire, c. : I

together. Knowing the trouble stores market clos today as follows. : I 1SIIiBi!

many men have with the ordinary.' Colonel Hoist! -Will Speak p kat Pala-- ww.-.? .. .. ...:......5 75 _

grades. of Under wear sold by the hitor WG.. .. '-.' .. ............550. sMI ;::S:

miss store our ,specially see teJ fox Methodist Church to N.>,. ,, ., ... ".. ........ ,....5 25 '
I b garments from the best makers will Don't JP- < 4... .. .. .', .. .... .........4J5K.S. e .I' Ne.&oOx.A.. ,

t prove a great relief to men wbo'want' gthwo1d .. .., .; .... .. ..... .4 25
4 I .. the best. This Underwear had proven To-Night,:.?., before-your time. I .. .. .. .;"\ ...... .. .. .. ..' .Is 80 I Iron Works and Supply Co.. i I
v its values to thousands. The styles ', '
: ",1:1.:" Mobile Buck, II ......3. 40 to 3 45 .
jP in cotton wool silk and linen are all \ will keep up tbe'vim'and vigor G .........,'...........3-35 to 310 1 H Manufacturers and Repairers of 5B

4 of the highest grade and prices range High officers of the Salvation Arm of'yo youth.. F ,....... .i.,.........330 to 3 35 MACHINERY AND BOILERS 3
from $1.00 to $6.:50; p ; Imparts life. ; ,?. .........3:5 to 3 30( FORGINGS. MILL SUPPLIES
: I services held during their stay will strength,vitality, D ,.?.......;................ ...3 25 ? STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY a

be very interesting:. The' officers are I A great tonic. C ....,.... ... .......... .......3 20 I 3 Prompt attention ,gIVen to all orders day or sight. Agentj t
Colonel and Hoist
Mrs. Miss Hoist. You it.
*J ,mustjry Spirits,Turpeiume 63c. & Co.'s ceebrated and Trjaber
McKay Log
for James Dogs, also' 7f.
White Store Major White and Adjutant Goodall,
fa111 all from Cleveland. ALL COOT,DEALERS SELL'IT ." Chains of all descriptions.. 2
\ Colonel Hoist who Is provincial(' '---< AUSLEY & CO.'S REPORTS 35 Office Phone 123.: PHil. WITTMAN Mgr., i
I of I "8&g' Atlanta Liverpool Cotton Market. 5 Residence: P"one 1C29. I". O. Box 123.!
In Men' Wear, officer in charge Ohio. Kjntuck ,
and the entire south, Is on a tour of ... ..4-. .;' J-:, Close 22 2. 12%:: ::%.::m "\::.
S. Palafox Street. inspection of all posts in his district V Jn.Xeb...: .S.W

and will, leave .t&morrow 'morning for r .'8u..Mart...........,.....6.V.; ... .....t )+...... ..O............ ...
: .
Tampa 'on .similar. mission. 1Iu..Apru. ........ :......:,....._......i.W
Special services have been arrant' A GCNTLEMAsTASTS: .BEST. Aitit-4&ej ......;.........._.........___...d.If.!

ed for to-night in the schoolroom I 'isy-Jaas"'t..,.............................606
of the Palafox Sun-day SUITED WITH A J.u1e-"IilI.f'"" '' ... ,..;.........................lid I AUSLEY { COMPANY I
Methodist church I)'' 01 WI'40*WI'.,:,..;.............. cuff
and at this Colonel who
service Hoist .
CERTIFIED CHECK Augs.-oe&.muer.......i-UU ,
---. -- .' -,------ -- is a lecturer of considerable fame. 'I' bepLemia14ur ............................ I .
-- will talk upon "Lights and Shadows u."uur-.u..wlJur. ................ .........:. I I.uve1uLerPtt.1sbeI
k cf Salvation Army Warfare!' 5c CIGAR. .......:.......... ....... I ILecswberJsury i COMMISSION BROKERS :
A Is SHIPPING'NEWS The musical program will also be All the qualities fla ror aroma .:....... ....- .............. .
well worth hearing.: Adjutant' Goo ,color and gootf material is LlvlJrp'uj; cyvto. &.0
all, particularly is one of the most [ embodied in it- I| 11 WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. |
noted musicians. and singers connected
A. Nsw 'Y.'rk Cotton Market. 4I
tr -- with the army. !.

,Arrived. te Everyone no admission is invittd fe* char, and e4.there will I 'DIsTRIBuTORS' ; J&s.r, ...........* Open i.Ai ii.g-l ii-.. 11.tiuw." C U2I.
PENSACOLA., FLORIDA. 4'cbru.ri..t.",." ....: ..... ..... ,.....
Venadis Nor b.k. Pettcrsen. Marantan -- .. ; I t&rea'.:............ li,0 il.oj U-:.l II.*iApril .
to order f ; ., .. I! .COnONSTOCKS,6RANPROVISIONSandBONDS! \
Cleared. Raised B..;.... : AUJT... ...Hi: n to 1144 HUM'

I Quarrjdene, Br sa,. Robinson. 1829 In upheavals of land near the sea J. ... _. ......w 5

for Havre with 7.100 square bales I when it rises" so quickly as to carry the KENT mmHEELECTED I IJI1l1::...,........l1.J6 ii70. 111 StAle |' : l Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. j
cotton. 227 bags mussel sbels. line of shingle above the'reach of the Auguet..... .

Cayo Bonito Br 115, Widgery 2213 I waves, the flat terraces thus ',formed : :,L5ehember.;::..; ::::: ::::: :::: ':.::: j
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for Havre) with 181 cedar logs; for are called "raised be chee"'and generally October ; : : Reference:: First National aud Peoples Banks. Phone 1173 i

Dunkirk, with 3,292 tons phoophatj I kormber.- .
rock. I IV consist of sand and shingle' "hard* R : December...:::..::....:. :::: .... .... :................ ..-.....e..o ...+.........;

jDfUvERr I ened to the consistency of podding New York '8fiOU! 11,73, --,-- -, -- ,-- --- --- .-- -
I1I? SSEL8.1NORT.. stone. Their nature and position1,'leave'' New Orleans Spots 11 9-15 ,
Stumshl.,.. no doubt that in ancient times-'these' ,- --

Antlqua, Br ss Witten 1873 Vera I I levels Mve been washed, by the.waves i Chicago Grain Marxct NEW '

Cruz to master. Knob terraces abound.along,the.coasts ; PRESIDENT Wheat. .' Five Brunswl &e-Ba1ke Tables
'I of Cornwall and both '
August Belmont Br ss, 2967,- Savannah -, : :on. ; '' Open .High Low Close
;; CHAS.BLUM&CO. to Gulf Transit Company. i[ sides of Scotland four or'fire of these I .,......-........b7 4 b7 esg!
Ca>o Bonto Br ss. Witfgery, 2213, "strand lines" sometime .occur! 'one I ui1..............t11 85. 114% 114% I POOLPARLORS Everything Up-to-Date.
t 517 AND 519 WZST BAY ST., London to Gulf Transit Co. above the' other in heights. from twenty i __.:.
14 Ease Government Street..
JACKSONVILLE FLA. Chatburn Br es. Morse 1225 Huelva -five to a hundred ,1ftt abova high 0"the 'Cotton Screwmen's Benevolent -H Corn.Open '

to Gulf Transit Company. water mark. They arer'also found on I High Low Close J' A. BILLINGSLEY Pr p.The .
Exmoor, Br ss, Stonenouse 2293,' the Mediterranean and. Baltic! chores Association Making i liar.....,..,..44M 45 1B .&3
; Morris Dannheisser Bahia Blanca to order. 1 1I and around some of, the:great. American Only. _.. 454' 45', 4>i4 4% J
Gamma. .Dutch 85, Teensama, 1333,i 1 :' -.:.... -- -- ---. -, -- -,-- -- -' -

3: (Formerly Dannheisser Bros.) I|I West Hartenool| to order.. I j i lakes. Eighth''. ..:*Term.I. : New York Stock. Market. ........................... ..... '............... ..+
Good Hope. Br BS, Harding 2308,j I { I
.: Pure Wines.Old Rye Beer and and Tobacca Bourbon: Fine Cardiff to Gulf Transit Company. I I I Only Girl Ba1tI Grow IB CaMOK. City Thos l ; rf"'Kent; who-tftas.bean at the S uthern Pacific, ...._........Opesr tlZi! dose CT4

I j I Marie: Ger as. Sehoeder: 891 West I, Of fifty-five births, recorded .durlqg. head of the Cotton 8tr wmen's" Benevolent Copper,.... ',........&.,. 110: i

: Old Hickory Whisk y Specialty Hartlepooi to Pensacola Lumber Com,' last year in Carson City. NevM only one 'Association fore 41It'pist eight : A. 8.R..;...?;.................;. U4X 15S i Rays FromGJS -

r" 12 W. Zarragcssa Street. pany. was, a male writes Harrington years; was ajalfl' the -choice of the Atoh.......;...,,............. 544 Wli 4
PENSCAOLA. I 1 I N\assa.. Br ss, Baker, 1786 Vera : association- last nigh for >slc1ent. A.R ,.-............,.......... 103. ieILBT. L
FLORIDA. Cruz to F. 0 Howe & Company. i Albany to the London'Lancet.' The' The AnnuaJ' meeting; of,the association ........,.,............. 88I.

.- T-rtia, Ocr ss, :Martinson. 1396. Las causes underlying the differences 4n "as. held last.night. when officers &&OP..r.,,................. I!*** H4ij I I. rc Lamps i
: : Palmes. ( sex (If. in fact there'are'U1T causes' to serv during thear;,were'chosen Erie..vr.......;/......-.m_.. 4S4" 43;%
ESCAi1BI! OYSTER j I I l Quarrydene Br 1822 other than chance) are not only matters CFI'.s.: 58
DEPOT. ss, Robinson ,, The ( .
Buenos Ayres to Gulf Transit Co. : of great interest. but of Impor. ', members 4n again honoring President U. 8:..'....._. ..:.._...-... 'Hli .43TS : arc richer in volume and color than any other lighting :

.: Phone 1210. !,I i Queen Christina. Bras 2804 I tance well. Kent with the office showed their U.S., preferred............. 107% U7J-i agency, steady as the sun, and thq cost..;s smaller than *
.I Brake as :: Carson: City where *this confidence in hlm'ind that his'ad.. : ,
$ B 8.. .- -..... ..... ...._
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Fine Perd'do s3 Colors faith
Plant modern method. .
; Bay and scam- Hamburg to o der. j extraordinary' proportion;. of female j inlatratiQn'of affairs: in .'tha" associa- L.. N........' ............... 152aj 1524 any othar lighting are *
bla Oysters at reasonable prices. Vivina. Span ss, Bustinza 1&83 Llv-,, births occurred has in population a j Von had'been satisfactory l! to all. :The: Lead.......................... 8C'. 85-}. : fully shown and In all respects the illumination is ths

r'c. Tabarras I erpool to Gulf Transit Co. 'I much greater proportion of males than : full. list of officers ,chosen last nightIs U.?...........................ICO** 1W .

&, Co. Ships. almost any other ,city Ja the state, ''It as follows: r' > '. '4*, Met ...........,.............:. lljit! 124''. : Nearest approach. to daylight. :

I Avon, Ital sb'p! A egno, 1C01, Genoato being a western mining town., 'Can It i President-Tfios ;Kent Can Paer...,........?..?,... 125 175 .
: Rosasco Bros. Vice-PresIdent-John Motmgey. N.Y.C........................ 1M mas'j : I
I Elvira, Port ship Rodnqueb 1488, be that. this ie an effort of nature to i Recording Secretary-t1 H. p.Q.....,t....,................lOO1. 101 :
: correct the ratio If.so,'has this drcumstaece R'D'G.-. .:...:...... 144' I
i IiAi'0' Lisbon to I wood. { 14 JJSt Pensacola Gas
::1 GladtD pider been observed elsewhere Financial Secretary-A.i' .L. .p........................... lS4Jj 182: i J Company :
Ruby, Nor shir, Erikson 1333. London !i TreasUTef-W; ._ R.f;............................ 24 2
to Southern States Lumber Co. 1.LrJeitlIJ'g; Fleet'l ; ..:............
: :' SIR.- S7i, :r.s/1 : 24 and 27 E. Garden Street.
: 148.
Barn.., -- ----- K Bauer, Phone *
1.a L........................ 149 151 i
.; Inform I Armenia, Ncr bk. ,Nielson, 1168 to, C. F.. Lehr. :Albert Pourtless Penna. .' ... ............. liVi UA
customers .
offer the jjnrest our Olive Oil that guarantee we can Treen to McKenzIe Oertlng &. Co. TRY IT YOURSELF Henry Powell. T!. P._-1. ......................- 1sSi! .1544 ..... ............. ................ .........

from Riviera Oncglia.; Bauffshiif, Ital bk. Maicbese. 888. : .-

Genoa to master Ausley &. Co's. Dally,,Cotton Letter.
: Edna M. Smitu Br bk, Rice 73C'' The next time you ,suffer from any I
I IKilleena ; 1 MUSCOGEEMuscogee New York Jan. 10.-Liverpool wa
order. from
Leith to arising a weak or dis. CATARRH
ii Try Oneglia Oil Dan bk, Pedersen 763: ordered Stomach we want ;you to try! due'to come 2 to 4 points hi'gher' this .

BahaiNunifcerg. I a bottle of the famous mornIng' but instead came 2 to 4

Nor bk. Birkson 1107 points lowef.on futures: with spots' reduced -
: and 3.011 will feel the taste of th" pure I.Chiistiansacd( to A. Zelius. Jan: 10.-Rey. Smith of .3' FOUL BREATHIf

.t Riviera Olhe from where we import: ruoliEo' ,. Ital I bk, l.airaqua 1286. HOSTETTER'SSTOMACH Biewton,, Ala., Presbyterian: .pastor at points? on sales of 10,000

the oil.V retail from a quart to a Rotterdam to Rosasco Bros. hat place held services; here several bales: A* a result of' these poor :
days last ek. You Continually! 'K'hawk and Spit and There is a Constant
gallon. Providenza Ital bk; Olcese, 1185 BITTERS w cables our ;markets opened, about 14
.Mrs, J. H. Patterson and daughter From the Nose Into the Throat You
Genoa to master. points lower but after the openingthe ,Dripping If Have
Susie several
Pruno, Ital T>k. GibelH. 121!. Antwerp and prove for yourself Its wonderful Nell were in Pensacola marl et southern Foul Breath That is Catarrh. '
to order. merit. You'n'tInd It for aaya last week on\-business.. ': -was supported by Sickening :
1arrasso. Soars da Costa Port excellent curIng Mrs. W. C. itt has been very lit and Wajl Street buying and prices
1 bk Marnato
Poor Appetite Belching Flatul. CURED THROUGH THE BLOOD BY B. B. B.
for the past two''W eks- steadied
C04. Rio Janerio to H. Baars & Co. Dyspepsia, Indigestion Costiveness gradually, until about lastnight's ,
ency -
Mrs T. Henderson vliiteol relatives l ,
Schooners. Colds, Grippe or General' Debili in Pensacola closing was reacbeaL It your breath foal li,.oor'oloe bu.y? mucna membrane and B.B.B. sends a nel,
-- Calumet, Am sch Guptol.. 1094. Bal. during the past'week.- ginners Is your note itoppcd?Do TOO snore&t night Uarllng flood of wurm-rlch.pureblooddireci !
i ty. Get it today; also ak for free The report from the .
tlmore to order. Mrs. CaJ,i :Bonifay 'entertained 'a government lx>70U sneeZe a grestdeal? lK 'ou have ire.queu& to the paralyzed nerves mucus m mbrau t
I copy of our 1906 Almanac It is very umber of friendsJast. Friday nightIn Census Bureau is rather indefinite palna In the orcbeadT? Do you have bones and joints, giving warmth ant
D. H. Rivers. Am sch. Peck 863, pains across the eyeiT Aro you losing' your strength just" where It is needed and in tni!
Guantanamo to order. honor of her sister, Miss Nellie and therefore w'u construed sense of smell? :Is there a dropping in tbo war mating a perfect, lasting care ef I
William H. Yerkes Am sch, Wade, Wheat and counsin Miss Ethel Har-. in' many, different ways by the talent throat? Are yon losIng your souse of taste? catarrh la aU its forma.DEAFNESS.
? Bayou hear
To the ManHunting Are"ou gradusilygettlugdesf
gis. .
: 1211, Norfolk. ctFFEE many believing that the final ginners buzxlag sounds? Doyouhayorlnglngtn 1 the
; 'Henry Koegel Evangelist Is holaV ears? "Po TOO suffer with nausea or the If yen are gradually growlngdeaforsr ''fr f-
ing a series of. theotings in the Mirs- report to be made up Uanuary/ 23rd stomach Isthere a co2statbaa taste in <>adyd6af or hard of bearing try Bouoia
An agreeable movement of the bow cogee Union Church and will continue would show a heavy increase in the tbe mouth Do yon bay a bucking cough? Blood Balm(B. B. B.). Most forms of d.&'- 1
els without any unpleasant effect is Doyoaoough at night? : taU cold ness partial deafness 'ere caused by c>
A produced ]by Chamberlain's Stomachand these services until next Bun amount'. sinned over the present easily? If so,you have cart'u: bra la caring catarrh by & B B.
i day night.' A great. deal of good has Catarrh ii not only dangerous In this way thousands of men and women bare blthtlr
Liver Tablets For sale by all We are tbe Pioneer figures, while others contended It but it causes oleeratlons.death and decay of hearing; completely restored'
been accomplished as belias reacheda bones,loss of thinking and reasoning Botanic l1ioodSatlft ph.a.ant
druggists. must show to the contrary mentionIng power (B.n.n.)Sa c
Coffee of class of both in and out of kills ambition and ,often loss for
Roasters, people energy causes and safe to taLo. Thoroughly tested i
.j A'I Muscogee that all other pastors havf left to; be ginned after Dec. 31sL of appetite indigestion dyspepsia raw SO yrs. Composed of Pure llotaiii >.
West Florida.McHUOH'S throat and reaches to general debllltyldlocy $ rh ,
gredlens.wStreBgthens tems'
: ComfortableShoal $25 REWARD felled to,touch, and It Is hoped that The weather conditions are bad Inmost and insanity. It needs!' attention at onee cere. I>y.pepsla. Price XI per large VM- '
I I this good work-will continue through, sections, restricting the movement Cure it by taking Botanic Blood Balm tie Take as directed. If not wh'
the week with great success. Every! to port and'the interior reports (B.B B.). It is a quick,radical,permanentcure rIght quantity Is takea.money rer.n4.4-
because It rids the of the Balm
system poison Sample Scat Fre by writing Blood
BLENDS oneis cordially invited to attend: but little cotton offering. Whether it that cause catarrh. Blood Balm Co..Atlanta,Ga. Ieserib your tronblf r
these 'rneetfngs.Miss : is 'biaj' held' back or there'Is none I ferro ).purifies the blood does away with and special tree medical advice A ,*-*
tr Ethel Hargia.of PensacolA is left. to"; come remains to be aeen very symptom giving strength to the entire your case, also seat la sealed..Jetter.F >

visiting her cousins Mr. and Mrs} Toe market' showed but little
have snap ____. ____ __ -'--
no equal. "A trial 1 Gale Bonifay. and wag.' red dull throughout thesession __ 1YoDhiQcj1'5

will convince the :Miss Rosa Henderson of Benlah It"seems to be purely! a professional
.sited her sister, Mrs: Clarence Brad affair with no outs a'e supperl -
We unhesitatingly recommend that: we ley for severaliay* during the past] >> whatever and very little from

the REGENT.We've week. '-' the I Inside :*t is all} very well to talk
make no extravagant! Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bowman 'ofBeulah 15 cents for cotton but the fact remains -

sold them for years and claims. spent Sunday in Muscojae that a market must be bought 10 tel you do if you are a victim

each month sees the num- visiting: relatives and old friends., ,/A'< Dp, It>cannot be talked up and until .: _
ber of sales increase. Of Miss Nellie Wheat of Bay Point 1' the country' and the so-rtlled New I I
I Ji visited! her sisters Mrs..Gale Bonifa Orleans bull clique. which both Mr. Don't Do It. It's Dantferon

course this can mean but Wholesale and ,RetailGROCERS : and :Mrs.. J. W. Larkins'sever l dUB Hayne ind Mr. Brown stated so I r admit it Trill cure malaria, rat leaves.

one thing that they givea last week. It;; specifically was established fact, almost deadly after effects.

comfortable housing to ,,1 "get In'The'game" pricts are likely to\\ ITnhliTTriTrtwIN

the fOOt look veil and sag The' public is too well posted at
welL 'This shoe BUILDING I TRADESThere the present time to be carried away HERBINE1flIa \\ \ ;

wear WARRANT; for the arrest of :this wo and all kinds, of. .. peed will be a joint meetlng"of by "hot afr",and until the public sees
question U one that will I. evidences of activity on the part of '
Locals 74 107 and 459 January purely vegetable and
Stuffs. No. and absolutely euaranteed
man.Wire the whom have
bear investigating. sheriff at DeFonlak Springs.; 16. 1906, at Local No. 74 halL,Businessof iii, and men who In they confidence ; to cure malaria sick: headache, biliousness, "I
Florida $2$.C > reward for the the past have proven and all
: (9. chil.l.j importance., by their acts their right to this confl flfoTnfyhj kidney and liver ccmplaiots .
Fisher Monroe Douglas! This woman,
Florence Woofl,',,) idnappsd him from'; L..REDENBACK Business. AgentSIR deuce, they will han.l enter'the mar-. TRY IT TO-DAY. ;
PlutoWi 'ter Ret to
great extent
Freeport 'VJa oa the night of September -! I practically any scalping affair leaving u, 50 Cents a Bottle. All Druggists.. :
1905. chil is 6 oU
6th ,
The | I KNIGHTS ATTENTION! On the other hand the men whom .I
fair bkin light! hair. has upper fOrtH # conclave of '' J:
Special th.'countryman Is wont to follow are ,ALL DR .
H. 0. ANSON teeth rotted off plump. weight ,UGGISTS.pie
; very Wholesale and Retail Gear de Lion Command- waiting ,the moment the spinner enters t.
about 50 pounds: very bright child try .No:'*J. Knights Tem the market for his supplies for _. b bi

child Expenses to paid both ways, Fla delivering. in addition par] '70 p, m. Friday, they :well know he _must do so. and of the South see any such cheap,i belhre In the fleet) staple hence o'' 0I
DeFunlak -
; CASH CLOTHIER New Tan. 12.* Work In Red
that before
Orleans ,
soon they take the IB
roceryCO. cotton as they have in the past. The advice to buy 'cotton. We baY*
to the J2S reward. .
: degree. Sojourn-
': t Cross action the country is looking for and world realizes the value of the buth most Implicit faith in the future tit I,
Palafox Main II A DOUGLAS ing Sir Knights are: courteously: Invited so arj willing to help which will put lands. I < on 1,
Corner and I *Father of the chllJ. I Jas. McHugh/ .:; ; great product and must hate the market: and think there I U Lut Ifl.
; the of cotton where' it
rDcFunIak. Springs Ra- -price belongs U and will pay the price no matter. : thing to do. "hold jour coion anti
j 11ARJLYs" GIBBS.-E. a ; .
15: We think it iV1
I cents ofwhigher will Mhat it may 1>>. I-: only question of time Whl'
1 7janlm. > .I Phone' 1 05. .Proprietor.' i<1 W. HENRY NEEDHAM Rec. txrmany: yeari if ever before the peoi We ,are favorable the market and.i::ill .


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