The Pensacola journal

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The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title:
Daily journal
Alternate title:
Pensacola news-journal
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
Mayes & Co.
Creation Date:
December 19, 1906
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
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In March 1897, the Pensacola Journal was started as a weekly by William Marion Loftin. The Pensacola Journal became a daily in 1898. With competition from other Pensacola papers, the Journal's coverage included a large part of Florida. In 1922, the Pensacola Journal was purchased by John H. Perry, who in 1924 also acquired the newspaper's main rival, the Pensacola Evening News. For the next six decades, the Pensacola Journal continued to appear mornings and the Pensacola News evenings. Both newspapers remained extremely competitive. A combined Sunday edition published as the Pensacola News Journal also became available. A consolidated newspaper, also known as the Pensacola News Journal, began operations on June 3, 1985, and continues to the present. Pensacola is the seat of government for Escambia County, the westernmost city in the westernmost county of Florida. The city sits on Pensacola Bay, connecting to the Gulf of Mexico. Since the early colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was already one of Florida's four largest cities. The big news covered by the local Pensacola press in 1898 was the beginning of the Spanish-American War. The Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them troops under Teddy Roosevelt, who passed through Pensacola on his way to Cuba through Tampa. In the years following the war, the United States secured the peace in the Caribbean through naval patrols and maneuvers based out of Pensacola. In the early part of the 20th century, Pensacola experienced tremendous growth. The population doubled to nearly 23,000 between 1890 and 1910. A new Spanish Renaissance-style city hall was built in 1908. Two years later, the American National Bank building--at 10 stories, Pensacola's first skyscraper-- was completed. The same year marked the construction of the San Carlos Hotel and a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had 21 miles of paved streets, and the first modern hospital opened three years later. In 1916, the city began operating its first motorized fire truck, and by 1924 it had replaced all of its horse-drawn firefighting equipment. The Pensacola Journal covered the cycles of boom and bust that characterized the city in the years that followed, as well as the renewed growth after the Second World War.
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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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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VOL. IX NO. 298.



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Wisconsin Senate Committee Secretary Metcalf Submitted \ '

Decides Against Adop- BUILDINGS TO Important Decision in South Report to Both Houses i,, *m m

tion of the Plan Carolina Case Given By of Congress. \\\j + -

Proposed.Jfakes ElECTIONS Secretary Straus. THE ElDORADO '.

Dealt With the
Exhaustively .>:

Report Relative to In- Farmers in the Northwest in Even Payment of,... Expenses Causes Leading to Trou- & &:
Indications Are That Admin- GREAT[ T LOSS S TO fJ Strikes Are Still Frequent ,

surance Measure in the istration Pitiable Condition Owingto Would Be ,No Violationof ble at San Francisco.

Ticket Was But Occasion Less Ex- 11
State of Florida. Railroad Con- Alien Law. :

Elected Yesterday. citement Than in


By Associated Press. i

eight hundred thousand ballots were FACTS Entailed. Reason of ailroad's THE LAW PROHIBITING 'IMPORTATION Special to The Journal CONSIDERATION i
MANY COUNTRIES OF cast to-day at the elections of the New BROUGHT OUT BY INTER- by : OF JAPAN- r
Seattle Dec 18.-Alaska Is still a .
York Life and Mutual Life Insurance STATE OF LABORERS UNDER of rich and HOUSE AUTHORIZED
COMMERCE COMMISSION country frequent strikes MILLION
EUROPE, IN ALL OF WHICH, IT Companies, five hundred thousand of Failure to Supply
there is indication that
every men fl
which went to the first named PROMISE OF EMPLOYMENTUPON i
com- LOAN
will continue to find
pany. The indications are that the Suitable Cars.By ARRIVAL IN THIS COUN they continue to explore the country; >
ABLE TO HOLD administration tickets were elected In BLOCKADE
THEIR for while hundreds of creeks have
both, but it may require weeks to secure DEPRESSING THE TRY. been examined for color there remain !-
OWN. the official result. PRICE OF t
Associated Press. hundreds more in the country which (
Samuel Untermyer, speaking for the Washington, Dec. IS.-The petitionof By Associated Press. "
WHEAT. Associated
18. The questionof is one-fifth as large as the United By I
Dec. -
international policy holders of the seventy-six furniture manufacturersof I Washington 'States. Washington, Dec 18.-The senate'today .,

Soecial to The Journal. company, said that he believed his North Carolina and'Virginia, com- the immigration right of a state laws under to encourage the federal -1 I A recent issue of a Seattle news-I devoted nearly four hours to ,1f'
ticket had been elected by a narrow I promising the Xorth'Carolina Case i the consideration of unobjected to -
Madison, Wis.. Dec. 18.-After two By Associated Press. immigration, growing out of the arrival paper contained in an inconspicuous '
margin. Minneapolis, Dec. 18.-The Interstate Workers Association'against the column three ,news stories of strikes bills, resulting In the passage of a <
5 ears of investigation of what has of the steamship Wittekind at f
To-day: also elections in the Equitable Commerce Commission inquiry Southern Railway and a large number'of '' Charleston last November with in Alaska. Ten years ago, these I number of measures among which
been done by various countries in the Life, Mutual Reserve Life of New today into northwestern transportation other local and collecting roads"four hundred during and seventy-five aliens, would have been sufficient to cause a was the authorization of a loan of '* '

way of government and state life insurance York and Security Mutual. of Bing- conditions brought out several occupied the entire session of the In' decided Straus stampede. As If was they were ac-I one million dollars to the Jamestown < i
was to-day by Secretary
and especially what steps hampton were bId but' in neither of important facts. terstate Commerce Commission to-day.,of the department of commerce and cepted as included in the regular or- exposition; another providing for Investigation -
these di! the policy holders offer op-- The The petitioner charges the railroads of the industrial social
Florida has taken from time to time commission last, night sent labor in favor of South Carolina. der of things. 1
losing tickets.At i with the failure to furnish anti moral educational and physical con-
telegrams of inquiry regarding the forty From Seward came a report which
to The decision holds it is no viola- i
inaugurate a department that the same time of the balloting in coal supply to many points. Replies forty-two foot cars which carry the tion of the federal alien contract la- ,follows In part: "An Important gold dition of women and children workers

would write policies for its citizens, ,this city the grand jury was investigating poured in today reporting that at minimum of twenty thousand pounds,: bor law for state to immigration .:strike has been made on the western In the United States by the Department
the Wisconsin senate committee has the affairs of the New York many places the farmers were burn- and of providing, instead, smaller cars i i a to 'the encourage of 'slope of ?ML McKInley, near the head- of Commerce and Labor.

decided not to recommend state insurance Life as disclosed by the Armstrong ing outbuildings and fences to keep whereby the petitioner is compelled to: nor pay expenses 'I.waters of the Knskokwim river. ,Suchis The special message from the president '

investigating committee at which): from freezing. to death. The commis-. pay for eight thousand pounds more i immigrants so coming.the the information contained in a letter with the report of Secretary
for Solicitor of
adoption in the next Earle department [
time District Jerome than the of the'cars Metcalfs of the anti-
( Attorney examined sion secured promises of capacity to Julian Mott a machinist of Se- investigation
sion of the legislature. The majority 1 Edmond B. Randolph, treasurer tl.. railroads to relieve cooperationfrom the situa ed, thus entailing heavy loss: in Straus rendering: the opinion to Secretary I I!I ward from a mining partner. Mott Is Japanese agitation in San Franclscc 1 -

rf the senate committee finds that it and his chief clerk, both of whom tion. I This business applies provid-I "So far says: the against' considered reliable and the news has was read. ; i

Is not feasible to conduct state insur- will be heard again; to-morrow. The farmers testifying before the Pacific coast common points. ; as of prohibition laborersby awakened much interest in mining The report of Secretary Metcalf i
William Nelson Cromwell counselfor commission commission will hear the defendants foreign circles here. which Is dated November %6. dealt
ance and the declared
legislature will refuseto the blockade had promise of employment through
the New York Life at the close tomorrow exhaustively with the causes leadingup
This also
the effect of from SewardSewardin
go into the business. depressing the price of advertisement abroad is concerned,
of the election said: "The total num- wheat that I II southeastern Alaska in a territorythat to the action of the San Francisco I
so it had to be hauled the states
Touching on conditions existing in ber of ballots cast, as received back or sacrificed. are expressly exemptedfrom has been known to miners fan school board in establishing separate ;i
Florida, the report of the committee home office and the operation of the law. schools for Oriental as well a&
through the proxies races
I The commission thirty years: three miles of
said it found the I
States offer inducements make
says; : from the same source, was three hun- I may or Tonsina numerous cases of personal violenceand
i situation more serious than antici- NUESTIGAT1 C promises to foreign laborers, printedin Seward on creek which
Report on Florida. dred and six thousand. |pated. foreign countries and they are not empties into Resurrection bay, Alfred the boycotts to which Japanese

"No state in this country has attempted To-night; Samuel Untermyer made forbidden to assist the immigration of Lowell mined out $ 3.19 in eleven residents in that city have been sub- '1
to enter the life insurance the statement that he does not estimate St. Louis Investigation.St. .laborers." hours. He was doing his annual as- jected. The concluding sentence of '

field.! In 1905 a comprehensive bill the ballots cast by the .Inter- Louis, Dec. 18.-In the Inter- sec-trent::; work and put in sluice boxesto the report, to which the president

providing for state life insurance was ; national commitee to amount to'more,'state Commerce Commission's inves- TO-BE MADE BY i see how the ground would run. The calls the especial attention of congress Ty- ,.

introduced In the Florida than one hundred and fifty thou [tigation of the shortage of freight cars result greatly exceeded his expectations is as follows:

After consideration it sand. {:which commenced to-day, J. H. Allen, "All considerations which may V 9 I

house with only seven legiSlature'1 a cotton merchant of Tupelo, Miss, FEATURES[ OFInterestingly Here Is a story 'that tells of more move a nation every consideration of I

otes. It never reached the I testified that his company had experi- than a strike, a story wherein figuresreal ,duty in the preservation of our ';<

and the governor of the state has enced ,the greatest difficulty I in,procuring OffiCERS gold. 'It also bears a Seward date I treaty obligations, every consideration I ',

publicly charged that the measure SHIP INGRIO ISI cars to move the cotton-to market. line: "L.,, II. HcudTsea. C H. Jacobs''':prompted by fifty years or more of 'IfI !
was stifled purposely by insurance in- :He said: The railroads do not pull and William Morris, with '$20.000 In I close friendship with the empire of I

tuence: working in the state senate. :together: nor ,are they prepared forthe F FAIRFLORIDA gold dust have arrived from the YenJ;|Japan would unite in demanding. It i.I .

"In a published statement of matters great'prosperity of the country" I na ldfi(lds. They. have been mining I seems to me; of the United States Xf
on Nugget creek, a tributary of Cache t government! and all Its people, the f t
to be brought before the Florida .
At It Barrancas of
t. Charge and the highest consideration .J
legislature for 1907, Gov. Broward of NOW SAFELYMOORED creek and the handsome stake fullest protection ,

Florida urges the passage of a state That Soldiers Fired i i Discussed by a brought month's out work.Is the The result gold of Is a coarse coupleof ': for the subjects of Japan. f; I

life insurance law that will enable lAST PAYMENT I In The House.
in quality. Four picked pans on b tJ'O'k !-I'I
the state to compete in all the Into New York Paper-Some Washington Dec. 18,-Tbe house t' $ i t'I
Train.The netted
branches of life insurance with old respectively $53. $73, the Indian appropria-
line companies. He supports his recommendations $47.50 and 1800. George Eberhart,I to-day passed much time to
devoted t.J
Curious Products. one of the original discoverers of the! iton bill and I
therein with Instruc- statement of Conductor Mc of District of Columbia
tive statistics and other information F FOR R STREET Cain, of the dummy line, to the ef- district! passed through Seward on i! the business. I {
his to Seattle with poke
Florida is a con t
a strange land as big way
hearing on the subject. Florida is fect that he was fired upon several The President's special message t'j
the only state that has taken any times Monday night by parties whom as all New England or nearly so, and taining $3.000. M. Schauffen. whs 1 I with the report of Secretary Met- ii'
toward state insurance of CommandanciaWharf he with wealth untold. It takes ,a good mined on Lake Creek bar, took out the anti-Jap '
tiers enacting Alongside thinks were soldiers; is to bo calfs investigation of
laws, far committee has farmer to know his business here, about $2,000. Francisco was irJ :
so as your rigidly and thoroughly .investigated anese agitation in San t ;i
been able to ascertain. Having Been PAYING by the officers in command at Fort says the New York Independent, but read. 1 1at I
is lack of crops for
Hut of what Florida is there no gather-
spite Barrancas, and the latter have as-
doing, Wisconsin will not go Into the sured the Pensacola Electric Com-, ing and for soil making .etc. iI r

b1lSIn ss. The committee has what made it Floated Yesterday pany officials that if any of their men 'I paced The velvet team bean to keep needs up a with sharp Its ij QUO U 0 WARRANTOC SERIOUS WRECK :

aa exhaustive report on are guilty they will be court mar-
found in countries that have tried Morning.The Which Was Done tialed. growth. It will fluke fifty\:.feet {of .1; f

government; and state Insurance. For Many The shooting occurred as the dummy good hay In'a single season and then ON COAST LINE ; "

Instance New Zealand writes a cheap Norwegian of Years was returning from its last trip leave plenty of fodder for, the cows J
ship Ingrid one Ago Was Made r"
and a cover crop for winter. When C CASE T TO BE
insurance. Yet in spite of the fact the largest vessels blown ashore about 11 o'clock Monday night, and v
it under In
that! this country is held up as aQMel during the September hurricane, was the conductor believes that the men you come to plow the 4'I I
Yesterday By City.The spring you have not only a big mass AND FREIGHT COLLIDED
on state and municipal ownership floated yesterday morning about 10:30 who fired the shots were soldiers, as PASSENGER '
of humus, but a large storage of ni-
projects, private insurance com o'clock. and is now safely moored he had trouble with some of the men CAUSING DEATH OF : r
added to the soiL
rades on the island are in control of alongside of Commandancia wharf. as they were on their way to the post. trogen "
the business that is done there in the The Ingrid was pulled from her posi- last payment on the debt con- When the dummy left the city The beggar weed is anything buta HE Rn ONE AND INJURY OF ," t-

!life insurance line. The committee tion by the dredge Craighill after the tracted when the city paved a por- about 10 o'clock for Fort Barrancas beggar, but is a grass of superb '-t. ,,'

finds that of the entire business donein latter had dredged around the ship tion of ,Palafox street, was made yes- there were among the passengers quality of hay and then forage and SEVERAL OTHERS. Ir t

life insurance only 40 per cent Is for several weeks, removing not only terday, when Mayor Bliss signed a about twenty artillerymen and when after Chat adding nearly as much to '

handled by the government while the ballast and mud in large quantities, check for the sum of $1,100, which ) the train was well under way one of the* his soil as your velvet the bean. of Florida Action to Oust Alderman I .: I'
only begins story
private companies wrote 60 per centof but also pulling up ,a row of piling was turned over to local parties, who "!I:them is alleged to have become very 'v' Associated Pret
the politicies. For every $1 of Insurance which prevented the vessel from being held ,the notes of the city for the I.boisterous. When the conductor farming It does not however, D'Alemberte From Office I Jacksonville Dec. 18-A collistwt : i t,
of the Florida farmers
per inhabitant in New moved into deep water. amount named. I!went into the car to collect the fares prevent many on the Atlantic Coast Line between a ,

Wisconsin $4 per inhabitant is j The contract for floating the ship The payment of this note clears the I this soldier refused to pay, and the from Importingtheir bay from the northbound passenger and southbound written. was awarded to Lee Kimball of Mobile city of all indebtedness contracted 1 i conductor immediately started to north. To Be Called To- freight occurred near McGuIre' i iI

Other Countries. some weeks ago; and he will re- for paving its portion of Palafox eject him from the train. This occurred Do you know a loquot when you Creek today wrecking the express t '
t street, which done I I see one? It has the shape of a pear Day.The Gaud l lH
was and when the
freight cars.
many Perdido, five
The committee also investigatedthe ceive for his work -over $6,000 the years at con- V' <<-;e and
ago, and which the city has the to put the but the flavor of a cherry. It is good r helper, was killed
conditions in England. Germany price agreed upon when he took the upon ductor made move warranto or ouster i ley! an e-press f
been paying since that date. he said, showed for pies and puddings, and marmalades quo proceeding engineer the
others F Shelley I
contract.It soldier off id W. '
Itinjrary, Russia, Finland, ;
Belgium instituted months since
The settlement of the indebtedness that he did and for pretty nearly everythingelse some V. Calder, : '
I intended seeing H.
believed by that much that they I
and was many passenger
several other European countries that the marvelous fruit the by citizens of precinct No. 12 to oust :
but work would be required before i comes juftt prior to the tearing up not carry out his intention and one messenger, and exprest't',
found that In all of them privateCompanies more Alderman A. H. D'Alemberte from office
cherry is used for. Our New Eng-
of the old brick paving, which is to be I board with the evident seriously injured
able the vessel would float but Mr. Kimball secured a club or en, were
are to hold their own. land mothers would have gone wild will be called in the circuit court
succeeded in the work within a replaced with more modern material. purpose of striking the conductor lieved that Calder will die. tf
Pome countries have compulsory in- I I over it.The this morning. Judge Carter presiding, Th : \.
for certain lines of work and few weeks. when the latter drew his revolver pasengers were slightly injured.
firance and will of the interestingcases
left. two of the I and leveled it upon the crowd of kumquat is a sort of compromise prove one responsibility for the wreck has not i f I i
There now only
many carry accident and health in- are TOURIST STEAMERA between an orange and a stickof to be heard at this term of the
1uranee. But as a rule the countries i foreign fleet blown ashore during the i iI ,I,men many of whom scattered and candy-we do not mean in flavor, circuit court. yet been placed. '" f
hurricane, and these will bp floated, cleft' the car, among them being the
that have compulsory insurance are i I but in shape and size. The tree, when Between twenty and twenty-five I ,
not always able to enforce the law it is believed, within a few dajs. The I TOTAL WRECK I man who was the cause of the loaded with fruit is as beautiful as a witnesses will be heard in this case GUILTY I : ''tI

tnd! by many it is violated and no -insurance vessels are the Heimdahl and the trouble. rose bush. and subpoenas were issued yesterdayfor PLEADED
Is carried. In fact the com- Alfredo and the work in floating bothis I-I The train was brought to a stop, There is not much to create enthusiasm those whose names had been presented '
I II Frank, who was on the
rjfteo found that in countries that progressing satisrfctoriJy.SUBMITTED 'i and Marshal by the plaintiffs and defend- !
I about a southern city. Theyare I CONTEMPT
Kingston, Dec. H Experts pronounce [train found the man who was the OF
tried! compulsory insurance a woeful the steamship Prlnzessin Vic-I cause of the disturbance and placed all of them more or less tawdey ant to the proceeding and it is expected .; t
lIrlof existed the that the case will be closely
interest among; and have slackness in their ways
FORLaFOLLETTE toria Louise a total wreck. She Is I It him under arrest, sending him to the *
T"'ople. The conclusion reached was of doing business. A cabbage palm contested. .
impaled amidshlp on a rock. II
that the people could not be depended t The body of Captain Brunswig was I police The station.train then proceeded! to Fort brought out of its native habits with i It is alleged by those who have NEW YORK PUBLISHER AND I

1T'fI11 to take out Insurance without buried to-day. !I number of the soldiers congenial companions and set in a I brought the proceeding that Alderman I t
BILL Barrancas, a
felicitation and that it is necessaryto it to the post. On the dusty door yard is about the meanest i D'Alemberte, who represents pre- WRITER FINED FIFTY EACH t
employ agents to obtain the busies traveling on thing we ever saw. What can one cinct No. 12 in the city council does
FOR THE between
ON TRIAL near the ice plant -
1 *. These agents of the government By Associated Press. ,return Warrington trip, and the fort some say about guava bushes and camphor I not reside in the precinct which he FOR CRITICISING CONDUCT i i..

are as a rule paid lower commissions Chicago, Dec.18.A conference be- PARKER MURDERBy the track fired severalshots trees fenced In with wire represents, and that he has resided TRIAL. j
than private companies pay tween the representatives of all rail- I 'I parties supposedly near at the conductor. Thelatter But the country in this state of I outside of the precinct since his election OF

and for this reason private compact roads entering Chicago and'the headsof Associated Press. left the train and drawing his flowers-well named Florida-Is to the counciL On the other Associated Press. t'iBy

get better men and are able to various railroad labor organizationsbegan Sylvania Ga., Dee 18.-Sylvester [revolver ran towards the spot, return- about as rollicking and utterly natur-I hand the alderman will endeavor to Utica, Dec. 18.-At Herkimer Henry

round up more business. ,This has been here to-day devise a measureto Sasser was put on trial to-day charged the fire but the parties who fired al a bit of the world as can prove that his residence outside of N. Cary Publisher of the :Morning I!'1t

notably the case In New Zealand. replace the LaFoilette bill; now in with the murder of Fayette Parker s]I Ing fled. I'I ceived- In the highlands of the central his precinct is only temporary and Telegraph, of New York City and W. :.i'l'.!.

where insurance Is not compulsory.The congress. Both, sides are agreed thata several weeks ago. Parker was preparing shad|I He reported the trouble to the officials I I part of the state the pine and the that he has purchased property in No. B llasteraon, a writer on the same 1
found that as a beneficial to retire for the night and I 12 with the intention of building a
committee substitute mutually is of the company upon his arrival palm meet together. paper pleaded guilty this afternoon to ; ;j
rule the Insurance departments conducted necessary. The conference continnes when standing near an open windowwas I I and ,the latter took up the matter It'is the north and south in perfect home and making his permanent residence the charge: of contempt of court In 1

by the governments were tomorrow. shot from outside the house. 1 with the commanding officers at harmony It Is the garden spot of the there. criticizing the conduct of the Gillette I : It'

economically' administered and found I post. The electric company officials world. Will Adjourn Saturday. murder trial and paid a fine of fifty :' .
UP!! This to THE CROOKED GRAIN the farmer is coming in, to Court will adjourn for Christmas
evidence of dishonesty. : DESPONDENCY I however, are in hopes that the The new dollars each. : r
acme extent accounts for lower rates is mistaken in his belief take possession The old orange holiiays Saturday to reconvene on 111 ;
h*, the government, but the commit- CAUSE OF SUICIDEBy DEALER CONVICTEDBy conductor that the shots were fired by soldiers I(growers were mostly city folks and January 7th to continue the term. Postoffice Robbed. iroxton. i
>P holds I did not hesitate to shoo them The Jury for the fourth week of the
that what the government i and at him and believe that possiblysome nature i Ga.. Dec. 18.-The safe la .
;an do private companies can do as Associated Press. Associated Press. who desired to fire their 1. out of the state. Those who are now term has been drawn as follows:
: 18. T. J. Thorn- Chicago, Dec 18.--George S. Mc- parties James Jones I. P. Crouse John W. pobtoffice here was blown open .at'the
well and does not see any special advantage Albany Ga.. Dec. revolvers decided to do so as the i finding their way into.these regionsare and cash to '
In that direction of recommending ton a merchant and farmer' at Morgan Reynolds a prominent grain dealer, I bee keepers, truck growers and : Mabry. F. D. Castillo N. L. Parisena, early today stamps

state Insurance. For this Calhoun county, shot himself in was to-day convicted of raising moneyon train passed. .who was placed under every practical sort of people who go Ed. M. Pooley. Gus Johnson, R. R. J the value of five hundred dollars.

reason. the report concluded that state the head with .suicidal Intent to-day, warehouse receipts and then .removing arrest The soldier was fined $!S and costs in the i well under the name of home build Beale W. H. Bailey, J. L. Hyatt, N. stolen. There is no clew to the burg ,
*-- financial the grain to the total value of I[ Goldring and Frank King. lars.
nee In Wisconsin Is not to be dying later. Despondency over recorder's court yesterday: morning. ers. -
ended, affairs is-reporte4 as41e cause, 1500,000. \ ;


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."Fiske O'Hara. I Church and State selection here at price wish to pay. COME AND BRING THE CHILDREN.,
any you
;" all forma of catarrh radically and Fiske O'Hara the new Irish singer .
r permanently remoTes the cause and who is to be seen here In a new play Discord.
i rercomei all the effects. Get Hood's I under the management of Mr. Charles
1 E. Blaney, the author of the play, : .- I
,r.I --- will have a novelty for an Irish sing-
, e- ing star, Inasmuch as the scenes of CONDITIONS NOT UNDERSTOODIN : tLtEWtRKc!

e a IN BUYING' YOUR the play will all be laid in and around THIS .COUNTRY WHERE NO t= THIS LOT 10c EACH :
New York, 31(r. O'Hara has been pre I
1 paring for this venture under-Blaney's ATTEMPT IS MADE BY STATETO ,
management for five althoughhe
I: Holiday Gifts has had plenty of experience and INTER'FERE--eONCISE, EXPLANATION I i= B {1>
has: played almost constantly during
that time. Mr. O'Hara is only twenty- OF MATTER FROM ,H .a c I

II six: years of age but he is full of ambition CLERICAL POINT OF VIEW. II Sf
and for the last six years has '
F don't forget you can be ac- : been preparing himself for the present = 5 'wT1' 'H- \

i v commodated with the choicest Archbishop Farley, of New York j
E- has given out the
following statement
r f1-
of useful articles for the
relative to the church and state controversy -
L Men, Youth and Boys, at r v, T JL* '.*'*/?* in France: I

' that make lf 'J ** 1 Vat "Here in. America, where there is
i. prices buying; a l v., ,* no attempt made by the state to in-
t : pleasure r terfere with the various religious de- r
J'" :a y nominations, the people at large are

i 'Men's and Youth's Suits i iF in naturally disposed to condemn clergymen I r*>- *l>r'** 'V *rr ***>ff***** rJL. "

Black, Blue and Fancy, the who government by declining expose the themselves behestsof I 3 1 c p feOOD THINGS.TO.GIVJE1

} from $7.50 to $30.r to a charge of rebellion against the i
r authorities of the land. But in or-
Boys' Suits, ages 3 to 17, all der to understand the refusal of the

styles, from $1.50 : Roman Catholic clergy of France to -a ,
fulfill the I tn
requirements of the new p
1 I to $8.50.Men's M law of separation, it must be explained Pricet'i '

that the provisions of the I s
Hats from the 50c
1 J Price 5.00.'
dt statute in question demand the con- = =
.' Crusher to the $5 Knox. sent of the church and of Its mem-
., bers to the alienation of all the property
Full line of Stetson and No y that has been bequeathed and

G'j Name at $2.50 and $3.50. ."s. donated them to he held In trust for I Y =1 y.
religious and philanthropic purposes.

King Quality or SnowJ .,, 1 It is property which they do not derive Af
from the Price :50.
1 government, but from -
Patent or Vici is a nice present the munificence of the pious, and of

i to make, and only from 7* which they are merely the trustees.

: $3.50 to $6. xfy "The situation Explains created the new
k law of separation,which is the cause Price lOc each.
+ ,
[ i It costs nothing top YM 4 e
you of the present crisis in France, is as i .
look. Courteous treatment if, for instance, the legislature of New IbA i The Early Christmas Buyer Usually t
i C York were to enact laws compelling
and Good Values a Specialty.
;_ the trustees of the Trinity church
corporation, under the penalty of Price BSc. 'L TheDets What She Wants
confiscation to give their consent to ,

the alienation of all its vast property Christmas Buyer Too Often Has II
i JOS. COLEMAN :to other uses than for which it was
Nelson, in the Gans-Nelson Battle -
i Intended and to transfer Its admin
by the Moving Picture Machine istration and control to people who IRISH TO Take
Phone 277. 212 S. Palafox St Next Friday Matinee and I might either belong to rival denominations n $ t
Night. or even profess atheism. It is
!as if the legislature of New York MAIL
engagement which shows that his
I were to enact a statute requiring the Wh
ambition and determination at
I desire to announce to the are as 'Catholic church, under the penalty of ,. Makes
strong as his voice is sweet or his 'I
confiscation of its property of one r .
ladies, dressmakers, and tail- build is athletic. Children
kind or another to consent to the
ors, that I have taken the Fiske O'Hara will be presented transfer,of the management and con- Price -Sic. Price'10c. Healthy She CanGet.
Christmas day, matinee and night. trol of its sacred edifices seminaries C .
agency for the great Wiss ----- 10 Because it exercises the arms, back, shoulders
"The ,Lion and the Mouse." rectories, hospitals, protectories and I __ __1 loots and legs and keeps them Quite
Shears and Scissors.The There Is other educational and charitable institutions (tbe QBsbioe.' -
deal of
great novelty. Built of steel and hickory can't wear out Low
connected with "The Lion and the to associations in which and broad can't opset. Geared for speed. Lots
guarantee on these goods are thatI Mouse." dramatic ,I not merely avowed foes of Catholicism E of fan. Fi uhed in coaching gross and .
will give a new pair on the return of a picture of house t scarkb ,A lit::' bean'*. Fsr u'e' by
the old pair, whether broken, damaged or hold life connected ,with the career ofa I among the Protestant denominations I C = Price 14.90.DON'T.
but also
agnostics scheming
worn out. Simply' return the old pair financial magnate. "Ready Money"Rjder. '. .
politicians ,. indifferent to any kind of BE LATE !
and get a new pair. the central character of the .
All of the Wise brand will be sharpenedfree play who represents the money octopus religious belief were in the majority."It Price 60c set. t
Indefinitely.F. of thepresent ,time is probablyone Is Inconceivable to the American .
of the greatest characterizationsever people that the legislature of
B. BRUCE. written Into an American play. New York, or, indeed of any other
21 Brent Row. That the drama is one of the most state of this great and free republic 114-116 E. TH.E E BftlAA'R' W. G. PORTER ,
successful ever produced in this country should enact any such laws.of virtual .
goes without saying. It has had spoliation. Yet that is precisely
an uninterrupted run in New Yorkof what the French government. has Wright Stre t. .

4000! 4000! almost a year and is still being presented done.
there. Henry B. Harris will "In a word the new law requires of

I offer the play to local theatre goers at the church the alienation of all its .
--- --- ---- ---- -
the opera house Wednesday, Dec. 26.
Why Records.
to boards of laymen in the
"The Royal Chef." $100 REWARD SWaThe selection of which It has I I
virtually no
Edsion 35c Columbia readers of thin paper will be
25c. Smith in conversationwith
Manager pleased to learn that there is at least one voice; these boards to have full and Typewriters.
a Journal reporter last night dreaded disease that science has been ,. perfect control, not only over the
Victor 35c 60c and $1.00. grew very enthusiastic over the list is able cure Hall's in all Catarrh its stages Cure. and is thai funds, but even over the religious*
the We offer the below
i of attractions he has secured to appear only positive cure now known to the medical edifices and over the exercise of divine I

: I You can get any record } ou current at season the opera house during ;the fraternity..Catarrh disease, requires being a constitutional a constitutional worship itself, independent of $100 MAKE TYPEWRITERS CHEAP: It To

treatment. Hall"s Catarrh Cute i* taken priests, bishops and canon law. Steam's Visible (new) .............$.'.00
: want at the Among the most notable" engagements internally! acting directly upon the blood Church Property. AYU'iama. (re-built) ................ i .OO
is the "Royal Chef, the origi- and mucous surface of the system. thereby "The property of the state consistsof Pensmore, (practically new) ....... 67,50
nal production, which he secured tease destroying, the foundation of the dis about 30,000 churches, (of which Smith Premier No.4............... 4iOO;;
Clutter Music House. and giving the patient strength by No. 2 re-built) ........ 30.00
through Klaw & Erlanger who now Remington (
the constitution
building and
up assisting less than 300 have been built with the 0y
control the exclusive booking\ of this nature in doing its work. The proprie- ti...} Y .
aid of state the
) and sell ,
or municipality
\ in Also for ten days' delivery we can
tors have so much faith its curative tJ
1 Machines going daily at $1 much admired ,play and which has power that they offer Hundred Dollars property accumulated by means of New Century Fox FaybholesUrder-
/ been unanimously declared by the for any case torte to cure. endowments and legacies during the wood. or any make of typewriter. Abote
per week. press of New York Boston, Chicagoand Send for lll.tot testimonials' last hundred years, since the last confiscation machines also for rent.
Address F. J. CHENEY: & CO., Toledo, yS
St Louis to be startlingly original O Sold by all druggists, 75c. of church property at the
Do you own one? from a musical standpoint, while .. Take Hall's Family Pills for constlpa- time of the great revolution and i 4a
\ the book is spoken of as a mother-:' &r"ountin to considerably over f 100- PensacolaTypewriter
lode of wit. '"The Royal Chef while
-- --- ---- 000,000. Only a portion of this vast
a Chicago product has been accepted property Is destined for purely ec- '.i S
NEW CAFE pretty much everywhere as cne of the' tlon.NATIONAL clesiastical purposes, the great ma- Exchange,
most meritorious and productive theatrical jority of the funds being designatedand
properties on tour and comes used for purposes of charity and 20 E. Government St.
We have just ,here on Dec. 27, with nearly every philanthropy. Of this propeI'.r' the
opened a ,member of the original cast including
clergy are the trustees by virtue of .,
t Cafe in connection with the :.Harry Hermsen as the "Chef" whose the conditions under which it was donated

Hotel and can serve meals at .portrayal of this character is declared and bequeathed. Their accep- ASK FORMAGNOLIA
one of the classics of the stage. tance of the new law and their trans-
all hours. Short orders a piece. has been given a new mounting COLORED fer of this property of the trust to Full assortment of Christmas Toys at low prices. All kinds of dolls, big and
specialty. Special throughout for the coming season the 'associations cultelles' would, little ones. Large assortment to select from-also Tea Sets Express Wagori.
rates by 'all the salient features which have etc., Come in and look at our line.
'I. alienate forever the estate of the FARM. PFEIFFER'S BAKERY
week or month. gong to make the fame of the piece church In deference to a new law Has been th. standard for yearn Send In your Christmas orders for Fruit
PARK HOTEL 'universal are retained including the, ",h "b. may be repealed by anotherparliament. Cake' Pound Cakf* Ornamental Cake. Wo give you the best that good mateHa
original "Broilers" who created sucha and skill can produce. 211 East Intendencla street.GOOD.

104 E. Government St. furore during the plaj's extendedrun LIGHTSWhen Aristide Briand the minister of CANE SYRUP .
New York ._
at the Lyric Theatre education in France and the author --_
----. and at the Garick Chicago. and executor of this iniquitous law,

l An Gans-Nelson event of as Fight much Pictures.theatrical' in are out doing the has written solemnly consent declared of that the clergy without to I Always
EiiliiISSON&BROU you the establishment of these boards or
terest as sporting interest will be the
.J. Nll i'first public presentation in Pensacola your Christmas shopping, associations cultelles' and of the without WAS PIANOS PIANOS
.of the original Gans-Nelson fight pictures the transfer to the clergy prop-
',t which will be exhibited at the and looking for good things erty of the church to these bodies Pure I
there could not only be no public exercise
I opera house, matinee and evening on
(I Friday of this *eek. These pictures and good goods such as of divine worship, but there before there was a
124.126 E. InUndencia St. i f are the most complete ever taken cf would also follow the confiscation cf A good piano is cheaper in the end, in the beginning
PHONE 66. In FruitCake, Pound Cake the sacred edifices the rectories and
'a pueilistic encounter, surpassing ,
the other ecclesiastical property by and all the time.
and vividness the remarkable "Food Bill.
;clainlmess I
Cake ,
Layer state.
of the Fltzsimmons-Cor- the
We have everything to I pictures 1897. "There Is no question cf differences II A Watch for 79c is nevertheless watch.
.bet fight at Carson City, :March, --- a
make your Christmas Every move' made by the principals and the Genuine German between the varlou3 religious denom- SCARRITT MORENO. .

; dinner a success.A I 1 in seconds the of ring.the the fighters referee, is clearly and* portrayed the. Cakes "Lebkuchen," we i Catholic Inations. church The" people In France and the to-day Roman are Agent SAFES for OF Dlebo ALL Safe DESCRIPTIONS.and Lock CoCanton .. I A suit of clothes. for the largest man at1.98 is

l well as many sidelightsto fighting with far better justification Ohio still a suit. .
Full Line of the as battle. There are shown are the headquarters. and much greater moderation the Office and Salesroom; E. G lY. St.

among other things, the large num.ber very war that Chalmers and the other I Yet these articles are dear because worthless.The .
I Holiday Goods of women who are at the ring Look for the Lights; they founders of the Free Kirk waged In ,

?. side sporting, and nt'n.the miners motley cow gathering boys and of will guide you to the OLD crown Scotland rights sixty of years Christ ago The for clergy"The Coal same- thing is true of cheap pianos-pianos

.. DOLLS. TOYS, ETC. bronco-busters of the west who as- I RELIABLE jof France battle of in Christendom one word, are and fightingthe should and WoodWe which are made like lightning and sound like th nderafter'
semble at the mining camp in Goldfield -
Wholesale and Retail! Dealers In 'I to -viaw the greatest light-weight have the sympathy of every Christian = a little use.

CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES battle of the ae, for which a purseof West Florida Steam church no matter what Its denomination deliver Ice. Coal. Charcoal and
$30,000 was hung up and at which which owns property and endowments Wood anywhere in the city. We can j A Kranich &. Bach, Lester, Packard, Cassell,
the receipts exceeded 87000. i L to be used for divine wore supply :you in any quantity and cur
CROCKERY. STATION- Bakery ship and for the dispensation of charIty service Is always prompt. ,I Clutter, Piano, last a life time and are'always good.
ARY. GLASS. TIN. Nine Sailors Drowned. to Its own rights." Steam and Domestic Coat. 'S

WOOD AN D WILLOWWARE Portsmouth. EIl:',. Dec. 18.-Nina No. 8 S. Palafox, where Weed Cut Any 81... See ''the'm at the Clutter Music House --oldest
CIGARS I TO sailors belonging to the crew of the PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
BACCO, SNUFF, FEED battleship Hindustan. were drowned the same. PAZO OINTMEVT Is iaiint** purchase
STUFF, ETC. : : : to the you any case of Itching. Blind. Bleeding ,
of cut
owing upsetting
to-day a
; ) or Protruding! Piles in C to It daT" or.
ter. money refunded. SOc. Phcnes 614363. .25 N. Tarragons St.
ei e

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1 was a total wreck," writes Mrs. Beulah '

S 65e.a of Champoeg, Oregon, "from pains I had

S5e Per 6a1, .J for 4 years, every,month. Sometimes I i

DE a PORT WINE N be unconscious for 12 hours at a stretch. I I

know that could the
anything stop pain t "
1 SHERRY WINE but Wine of Cardui did.I I advise all }

Philadelphia Capitalists May 2 CATAWBA y suffering with painful periods to use Car- l i '.I .:

BLACKBERRY\ WINE and be relieved."
Finance Scheme that Will

$ 65C does this by regulating the functions and -
Be of Great Benefit."Mr. 650 Per f rl. a
< "
I iy ,, up all the Internal female organs to health. 1- 'I
( X Y
Sf W. W. Prout president of the | I Can a pure, specific, reliable, female remedy, with t te

>r r I Miami Board" of Trade. Is here from I $ Save You of 70 years of i r l '
Washington says the Philadelphia FRXE: ADVICE
rtL4 I Public Ledger "where he has been in 2 Money: on AllChristmas. a cent i
I It has beneWrite
I us a letter descriptor all
the interests of Miami deep water, :, your symptoms,and we will send you
V OI .to consult with capitalists and promoters I $ i a million others. Free Advice,ta plain sealed envelop ,. : j
Liquor.Don't Address: Ladies'Advisory Department. ,
who have.had ,.
the proposition of in Qiatupooca M tdkine Co..dutu*
I 1'i\iti1i1h) \ 11. time.Florida Two under preliminary consideration surveys for some have + take m};words' but not you? Try it. nooga.Tenn. .i
New .
been made, a third route agreed upon I f call and get my prices. I 1
t AVTz411Ii\ to-day will be considered. The actionas know where you'll buy. died by Every Druggist in $1.00 Bottles. ,
to deep water at Miami will have i'
r t I great weight on the furtherment of !
L a this proposition, as the project also II ing :
t carries with It the opening up of the e JOE: ROTH from WINE
w commerce with Eastern Cuba Bahamas I, CARDUfr1 i
..y" Northern South American I I 1 ; .
"It will also build strongly ports.for s Cor. Government and Tarragona Sts. 2 all OF : .I

Panama Canal traffic and is a propo- : n u.'n
rvn sition far-reaching. It is incidentally end ; .:
known that one of Southern penetrating -- be : -
railroad corporations reaching HECKS'CAPUDINE
from Western Florida to the Northwest
is interested in the .
of this proposition. A railroad direct I in day. JUST RECEIVED .1 :
air line from Miami to the northern MMtDlXTtLT CtJIU ,:
part of Florida HEADACHESup I
connecting trunk "
lines reaching the northwest, will be The Largest Line of 1
You know always make of Over-' up COLDS 1836
we a specialty of great advantage to northern and 1.6... .2 ....
coats. Why not? They are certainly the most important western shippers that they do not at 14b1lpdeWt Jtl.1l gun six

part of a man's dress this season, of the year. present for Cuban enjoy and especially West Indian those trade.bidding. I .1 days CANDIES I i

Every style that is right, right' here. "Mr. Prout has: been assured of all DAILY TOWEL:'UPPLY I

the capital necessary to put this ...RUNYAN'S ROLLERS...
Overcoat values$7.50 $27.50.If I the \
Exceptional .
project underway and he now returnsto A CLEAN TOWEL EVERY DAY .
you dislike the weight of an Overcoat'on your Florida with that object in view: Phone 843-2 rings.PER MONTH.M. G. RUNYAN. 1 of Fire offered for sale in this city. .
Mr. Prout is a capitalist and
shoulders of Cravenettes promoterof Penta cola.,Florida.SECONDC1ME. then
try one our ; they serve rapidly growing recognition that :

two purposes-Overcoat and Raincoat at the priceof type of a 'man that does and accom- I '

Cravenettes $10 to $27.50. plishes things. Miami Florida owes soon Pure Candies : .
one. ,
much of its present prosperity to his :
Christmas Presents that will be appreciated.STAJ1DARDfOTHIrlGe. genius and enterprise and those who IN the dart
behind the railroad
are propositionare ISM'
confident'of his success in promotIng by the Pure Food Law, They come in

and launching the proposition." ] 3, 4, and 5-pound boxes and also in fancy < <

BASKETBALL he sole Give us an order now for Xmas. If you ( i

from us that you want sent out of town, -

ANNUAL CRUISE pack it free of charge. '

LEAGUE fail; to see our assortment of holiday per-
!' i
... imported and 'domestic. -
.. was
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. 'J on Phone 453. :. '
Kodak Supple*. fln."lnJ. tor Amateurs YESTERDAY THE s Presbyterian an$ .Methodist al
COTTRELL FLEETThe Teams to Play ToMorrow -

FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.Ponsacola.. Fla. COlDEST DAY D Y YOF Night. of" Crystal Brent Building.Pharmacy, a

R. K. WHITE, Navy'.Department Announces -, The second.gamei*basket ball of It fire
Watchmaker.Manufacturing Jeweler. and Graduate the season'among the teams of the
Cptlcian.30 S. Palafox Street. Pensacola. Fla. Itinerary the Church League will be played at the Is other."I

MONTHRapid gymnasium of the Y- MGr A.. Thurs- -- -
-------- Vessels in Southern day night. The teams which are to f.

Tersely ToldO. play are those representing the of Done
.. Waters: Gadsden Street Methodist and the Some Painting ?
churches and both f
Pennell of Marianna is in
Fall in
the city on a short business visit.. Temperature ,teams are:< putting in*some hard prac:

J. R. McLane, one of the prominent Experienced, the ':Minimum The navay. department bas.i announced !_tice.The Presbyterian i'f team! was beatenin will take the contract and charge you +

luslness men of Geneva Ala., spent the 'plans 'for: the, annual the first game of the'$ rie by-the for labor and paint-we just want to
yesterday: in Pem acola'on busines.
Being 43 cruise to southern waters of the North Catholic team and it remains to be j
Fred. W. Brown and Chas. F. Gibbs, Atlantic fleet for target practice. As seen if they expect to be in the' con- the paint.
c): Bagdad were among the business Degrees. test for first honors in the league.
usual during the past few the t
visitors to the city yesterday. Unless they succeed in downing the the r.
Yesterday was day withthe Overcoats and wraps were in great fleet will have headquarters at Guan Gadsden Street boys they will have ] Mill '
pay Company
city employees and checks distributed demand yesterday, the sudden change tanamo and while it is announced to work hard to catch up the score '
were -
to them for services rendered .,in the temperature within a few hours that during the latter portion of'February against them by the loss of the first the 717. 21 fast Carden Straet.

during the first half of the month.J .necessitating heavier clothing than the vessels will separate and I games. .
(has been necessary at any period this As has been said they are prac- ": .1
H. Spivey of Moultrie. Ga.,. and month. According to the local visit various West Indian ports for ticing hard and the gam they will be fire
J. F. Malhis, of Holly Fla. both'inter-I weather 'bureau yesterday was the shore liberty, it is possible that the I expected to put up will be interestingto ,
ested! In the turpentine industry were I{coldest day experienced in Pensacola department can be induced to make a say the least. The line-up of the
among the business visitors In the during this month although It was change the plans and have the. two teams will appear later.
city yesterday. I not the coldest of the season. ships visit Pensacola to give the men
liberty. Speaking of the cruise of
Alabamians The maximum temperature yester- CEMENTVALK
Among the prominent day was 48 degrees at 1 fall the fleet the Army and Navy Registerof
to ho are in the city on business are p. m. a I
recent date contained the following
h'. n. Glenn of Enterprise, C. A. ot 22 degrees in twenty-four hours UNDENSTRUTH
O'Xoal ot Andalusia and J. T. Thrasher while the minimum dropped as low as The FOR
of Dothan.A 43 degrees this being registered at plans for departure of the ('
8 a. m. Last year on the same date ,Atlantic fleet for southern waters for .
hunting party composed of Capt.T the maximum was 55 degrees and the the winter have been completed. The cement walk which will greatly
E. Welles, Jas M. Johnson and V. minimum 45 degrees. battleships are expected to leave I gret
I the of the placeis i
J Vidal left yesterday for Marianna. Yesterday's temperature besides I Hampton Roads during the first weekin appearance I JEWELER
to be constructed by the city on the
where they intend spending several I January and will return to the
being the lowest so far this month east side of the Plaza taking the
days hunting in that vicinity. also holds the record as the coldest same place about the end of April. place of the board walk which has become I I
I During the winter the headquarters of 120 S. PALAFOX STREET
Henry r Pinney, who for several 18th of December in the history of the I somewhat dilapidated. s
the fleet will be at Guantanamo, although
,t">:lI'S3! operator at the local office, weather bureau. -I The Board of Works has decided to t
of the Warmer weather is the of course the shiPs will not ;
predictionfor advertising
Western Union Telegraph Co.I hate the walk built and is -
always b.> in that neishborhood.! A
hJ returned: to the city from the to-day. I for bids for the work In this issue "
vf.; and again accepted a position naval force will be maintained to aereater .of The Journal which are to be opened ; have the largest line of Holiday goods that '
less extent In Cuban
Galore. and
with the meeting Thursday af- Y
company. at a special !

Handsome calendars are being distrthuted Bazaar's If it's toys ad In you this want issue.look This up firm The !t San"It Domingan is planned have the battle j''.I temoou While and the the board contract is to meet awarded.for the It ever had, in fact, we have as fine a line as 1': a/ft/

in the city by Edgar H. Neuron has always some bargains to offer the : thins separate ahnut February 15 and awarding the contract for
soliciting! freight agent of the public but this year they have more i visit various Vest Indian ports this purpose work of, it is expected that other that found in the State of Florida., See our collec j I
Central of Georgia Railroad who has than ever. where liberty will be granted the I business of Importance will come before up.- t+ i
headquarters In Montgomery. The I crews for a neriod of about ten days the meeting.GONZALEZ.. of !
calendar: contains a large map show- BALL BY. LADIES when the shies will reassemble at ; 4fx
ins! the route covered by the line. AUXILIARY B. of L. E. Guantanamo., During the winter there a
there will be the usual small arms
The fishing schooner Ruth A. There will be a" ball at C. K. of A.
target practice on the ranges at Guan- J '
Niles, of the fleet of Saunders & the Ladies Auxiliary CHINA WARE
(' I hall of Dec. 21, by tanamo and the record target practice
which, has been undergoing ref of Locomotive Engineers. This with great puns near that station." I {' r
1 lira' at the marine railway for serdays -I is the regular annual charity ball I A
fi': was towed over to the city I Dancing at 8.; o'clock. Music by Bar- Specie1. to The Journal..
":T;t 'rday and moored alongside of I rios' orchestra. Prizes to be given Fill L PRINTIN&OUTFIT I Gonzalez. Dec. 18.-Miss Larada Is for is the finest line that you have ever seen.
""hfox: street wharf where some ad- to most popular lady, either married : Brown and Miss :Mary Wilson returned -
'"'trraal' "work to place her in a sea- or single. and one each to best lady SHIPPED I home last Wednesday after a have a big line of Diamonds, and more \ t
"'''rthy condition is being done. I and gentleman dancer. Gumbo and< I pleasant visit to friends and relativesIn ')

On account of the great rush of ad- refreshments will be..served. Admis- ,. t delightful Pensacola time.where they had a most' of every description than all the other
Mon, only 25aSTRATA .
TflrMsing in last Sunday's paper, Everhart and Mr, W. 1
(nlUof which were crowded out), OF WHAT APPEARSTO THROUGH PENSACOLA YESTER- Richards Mss visited friends in Mnscogee at in Pensacola have, put together.
* '
laic amount of special articles
'" Christmas features in and look \
Miss Mile Seals of Pensacola visited out shopping-drop over our y j
ont therefore, ,
, The Journal will use making excavations for the sew THE STEAMER TARPON. relatives here last week. ;
fN-xp in its issue of next Sunday."bkh ,
ers on East Hill workmen have struck Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius A. Ward
will be another fine edition toforward what appears to be a strata of iron who have been visiting Mrs. Ward's me
l"Ck to. Watch' for it andprepare and some of the substance taken from Printing material sufficient: to. establish parents here Mr. and Mrs. Borwn,, a of 4 4E
want ad.t'l"f1Y.
your display copy the ground ta In possession of partiesIn a good weekly newspaPer, are rejoicing over the arrival of a
Church notices, news items, etc., the city who have been making an passed through the city yesterday for fine baby boy who came to their home him
I\rh'\ In the week. show window next week and 1
investigation of it. Panama City Fla.. the thriving new Friday. our you
The vein was first 'discovered near I town near St Andrews Bay, and it is Mr. Arthur Merrill of Mnscogee was I 1 I
It Is in the flavor. Try Blue Ribbon the corner of Jackson street and Four presumed that within a short time a a pleasant visitor here Sunday. !1:: to somethong that ought to interest you.
Manilla. Absolutely pure, goes twice teenth avenue, and was between S and I weekly paper will be published there: Mr. Cecil Wilson of Pensacola, a'. far and he, "Blue Ribbon FlaYtr" 10 inches in .thickness. Afterwards The material came over the Louis- visited homefolks here Sunday accom-for'i I o i F
l I' perfernon Ask for thIS 25o size. clay was found.axative Yllle & Nashville from New Orleans, nanied by Mr. Buford >Allen]] of Gould- f ,

and was turned over by that road to : : ?
the steamer Tarpon to be taken to ing.Mr.: and Mrs. Jim Chestnut of Pen- them :
AJw Panama City. sacola visited relatives here Thurs-I '
ys.P..em "' The outfit was consigned
!m fit8u= ..wry, to T. M. West one of the prominent day.Miss I sole" j m
ra MwCeres -Vl.4f" men connected with the new Ethel Gonzalez made a business -! "
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a Cold in 0..Day,< I town. trip to Pensacola Saturday. I no -


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The Proposed '

uoi Joutnal Inside Route.The CLIPPINGS FROM THE #

intercoastal canal, now being *
; constructed through the bayous along *********y#******#********
the Texas coast, and which will ulti-
DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. Dangers of the Revenue Service. Santa Clans .HeadquartersToys
mately stretch along the full lengthof The officers of the Internal Revenue

t Itt PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY the coast, is attracting considerable Service make little fuss over their:

attention, especially in view of Its accomplishments. The world scarcely Blocks
i ...BY... Books Games Frames
importance in connection with the hears of them unless they have hada ; ,

f THE JOURNAL COMPANY. proposed Inland waterway from Ney;1 desperate hand-to-fight wit
mountain desperadoes which has resulted
England to the Gulf of Mexico. The Gold and Leather Goods
; in the death of several of their ,
FRANK L MAYES President and, General ,Manager Wall Street Journal commenting up- number. But day after day and night '

on the matter says: after night they go about their work,, FIREWORKS! FIREWORKS!
The intercoastal canal is only a clamly, quietly, in constant danger
part of the great inland waterway s>s- cf death from a shot from some am- '

tem that is to start at Boston, pass busher moonshiner or blockaders Yet S Elegant Store, Elegant Stock, Store Service Unequalled.
SUBUCRIPTION RATES I through Fall river Long Island sound, I these men are an absolute necessity

Oa Year .. .. ..........$5 00 One Month .. .. .. .. .. 4? i the East river, Morris canal to Delaware for the safe-guardin tie country's The Old ReratU KSTORE'BrelltBuildiag,
Six Months .. .. ... .. .. 2 50 One Week .. .. .. .. .. 10 bay, thence by canal to the I interests, and they deserve much PUn!235.. coE's BO' (0-
Three Months. .. .. .. 1 25 Weekly Edition per year..?! fO I waters of Chesapeake bay, through II credit for their hard task:, scarcsiy '
t. waterways of the Great Dismal appreciated by the great mass of the; THE' LARGEST, THE CHEAPEST: THE BEST.
swamp, cutting off the dangerous Cape :people. i 1 '
: The Only Penaacol Newspaper From Which a Detailed 1! Hatteras, going into open sea only off i Mr. David-A Gates, a well-known:

I C/rcalaffoft Statement Can Be Secured. ; Savannah then through Florida inland I member of the Internal:: RevenueS M-
-, waters, and reaching the gulf by !"ivic<., has an article on "The Parsing ,
I'J a canal that is to cross the lowlani of the Moonshiners," in the -.Jan.I J

t areas of Florida. Its stragetlcal importance -I nary Metropolitan Masazin!! which
Phones {(Editorial R.olII 38 I Papers on Sal. on Trains as a military defense should :gives you a clearer idea than: you rs'A

arslssssOrthe1600 and at all News Stands. I not be overlooked. This gigantic :have ever had, belore'of tow he an I

scheme was long considered the I his fellows work fcr the protection rf
dream of a visionary; but :recent de- i the revenue laws: The artirl is written ::2 :t i '
Offices-Journal Building-Corner Intend'ncia and DeLuna Sts. with fine, spirit, and is full of human -

Boston-Brockton.Fall : > incidents! and. '_ dramatic anec
I Scholarship
+and Chesapeake canal, and now this I I dotes. 1: ,
PE. SACOLA, FLORIDA WEDXESDAY.MOrLMXG. DECEMBER 19, 1906. Intercoastal canal in Texas plainly IJ |i I A_Salortle.Pair.tirg.: .
show that the plan will be realized j,I: One of the, most., remarkable Ill'n-! f NEXT \rl! for the full Business Course t
J sooner than its advocates had antlci-|I rations of the famous character, Sa-i

t The Atlanta News thinks this Vagrancy Law pated. I jlrme, that hara appeared since Au- TERM in our College would be a

:weather is simply nonpareil. I Government assistance! is, of course.1 brey Berrdlar drew his grotes rte,
t Should Be Enforced. t necessary to the complEtion of a), marvelous d..sieas In black.ami-white. \ BEGINS! f f' valuableChristmas '
. Bailey claims he will have 33 votes Complaints are being made in different i is the color froatSipisc; to the Jaau- I TUESDAY14 "
i f work of such proportions but, in vlewj j i&V Broadv-ay. This show i i.1erotHa's ]I ,
more than enough to elect him when parts of the state against the pi-tare
of the fact that many of the natural j iwaterways daughter: : In the midst of, I JANUARY 2d. Present
the, legislature meets in Texas. Lucky usual winter "tourist" of the trampor I'' i
I of the Atlantic coast are the dance and a" an experiment Jn'tojos.
I, for him the first figure was not one "hobo" variety but if the officersof oriental imagery and romanic, tom'
already connected by canals, the re-I
boy or girl.
less. the counties where these com- I:,mysticism: deserves great commends your
I suit of private enterprise_ the expense!.tion. The maiden Is dancing beforeHelod. :r
plaints are coming from would
A candidate for the presidency .see
new of the work to r
carrying completion,', and Just cast aside the last
1 of the senate is being groomed in to It that the vagrancy laws are prop- t
as outlined, would be comparatively veil which envelopes her, accordiaz to] "rl

I. the person of Dr. Theop. West, of erly enforced these unwelcome tourists light Private ownership of a portionof 'tit-:!,Oscar Wilds : version, when the'
Marianna. He is said to have received would soon emigrate to different the canal system: however would: black wing of horror is interpoi Nothing that: you could give
Schou whose work it Is, bids'
many flattering endorsements.The climes. undoubtedly result in serious contentions -I jSisrurd, fair bv this one,illustration to place k would be of more ,value or more C J ,.

mother of the famous Dr. Osler : Several years ago there was a gen- and for that reason, if for no himself In the foremost rank of contemporary f'$# effect that .Busi-
lasting a good f'il
eral demand for a law of this nature illustrators.: !!
other the government should be in ,
of sixty-years-human-usefulness fame
has Just celebrated her 100 birthday. that would fully cover the case of absolute control.A With Due-Apologies.' 1 l :;t ness Education. Investigate our PRESIDENT :

She is not the first woman to upset i these "tourists" and when the legislature free inland waterway along the Heads of great men all remind us. I ; rates and courses of study. Pensacola Business

r the predictions,or destroy the fame ofa I i of 1905 met this demand had Atlantic and gulf coasts with only If we go the proner gait ,3 J College.

man. I become so universal in all sections nominal charges for lockage, where Wo may get up of a morning: I 1 6I

'of the state that no less than fifty locks may be necessary, would be of With a head that's' just a3 ereat
Jerome is making a desperate effortto I -Warwick James Price In January t
bills were introduced on the subject. immense benefit and will, in all probability )I I

get back into the limelight again. 'I'The bills varied mainly in the defini- be constructed eventually.That Smart SetMakina 'I Opera House

His latest stunt was the personal tion of what a vagrant was but the a City's Streets Safe. I.I I

I, raid of a gambling house and the law that was enacted is broad young attorney-general out in The railroads of the country are II
Missouri is a second Joe Folk and nn-iinjr one hundred million dollarsto
J locking of 145 without
up men caught enough to cover almost any personin MATINEE AND NIGHT, I
the make the streets 'of Chlcaro safe,I
I' : allowing them baiLIt is certainly keeping up CHRISTMAS GIFTSTATIONERY
a community that is objectionable.The .
eputa.1 says Rutled e Rutherford in Technical FRIDAY DECEMBER 21
tion of his state for having ,
might be a'good idea hereafterto maximum penalty prescribedIs World Magazine for January. On
shown things. He is again an average, five hundred people a year THE ONLY AUTHENTIC FIGHT r
two hundred and fifty dollars or
select the judges for the state fair
Standard Oil and we predict he'll tap are run over by passing trains. or are PICTURES.BATTLING .
six months in prison. Of it is
from citizens outside of the state as course
that oil trust before he finishes with injured in collision with steam I
there seems to have been some dissatisfaction not supposed that the maximum pen- them. locomotives while using Chica NELSON

with the recent award of alty will be imposed in every case go's streets., ''Ten years ago Chicago'1, .

and in fact it has seldom been imposed # # # # # # # # * # # decided that the elevation 'of all .....and.....

prizes at the-Tampa-fair.- in any case. The law allo..sthe *. 1 steam railway tracks was the only JOE GANS.

The Atlanta News urges all of the X PRESS VIEWS OF # means of protecting her citizens from ,
trial Judge discretion in the imposing -
: citizens of Atlanta who intend getting & NATIONAL CHARACTERS '* the deadly grade-crossings. And the WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP.The The New'Store'Q corner Government and
of a sentence and usually *I railroads are footing the' bilL Last ,

;. drunk for Christmas to get drunk gives him much latitude, which is t # # # # % # # # # # # I year over 50.000 ,men were employedIn Memorable 42-Round Battle as '
now and let the city have the money eminently proper, but in this questionof 1 the work of elevating the tracks I Taken at Ringside. DeLuna streets,:offers an attractive box
before Christmas, as the municipal Reid's Spanking Reception. I and it cost the:,railroads about $5- All the Preliminaries Incident to the
the courts to have '
: vagrancy seem Ambassador Whitelaw Reid and his 800000.. I Big Fight paper from 25 cents to $3.00-all .suitablefor
treasury is sorely in need of funds.
been too lenient A fine of five or able pink plush pants have sailed for Chicago Is not' the' only city whichis Scenes of Goldfield, rev, the greatest

Some of the papers are taking good ten dollars and costs imposed on one this side of the water. Everybodywill having i hens tfiain! railway tracks mining mp In the world. gift service. ., S .. ** e "

matured shots at Cromwell Gibbons for convicted of vagrancy makes but accord the pants a spanking welcome. -. elevated But Chicago is the only, Did Nelson Foul Gans? ,
.-Atlanta 'Journal. city which .is making the railroads
hating gone to Havana with a bunchof little impression on him. :
pay' for the Job. 'Chicago has already See. For Yourself.
fakirs, but veil venture the assertion -( The statute on' the question of vagrancy Cortelyou in the Race. accomplished the elevation of 800 t Prices-Matinee, 15 and 25c.

that Cromwell enjoyed the experi declares to be vagrants all Cortelyou has practically announcedhis miles of steam railway tracks. within Prices-Night, 25c, 35c and SOc.

ence. With his genial disposition Le "rogues and vagabonds idle or. dissolute candidacy for the presidency. He her borders and,, as' made th< rail '. MAURA STATIONERY

can adapt himself to all conditions and persons who go' about begging, Is in favor of increasing the wages of roads pay"every gent' of 'the $50,000000 ,- CO.
all the postoffice employes.-Miami which has;)cost __
"have a good tim" in any Und of. common' gamblers, persons who use News. The work is cy"_half completed; Florida. and Alabama Phone'165, Government and DeLuna' .
place. juggling or unlawful games or plays:, I but the railroads;:which at first opposed

common pipers and fiddlers, common I Oscar Strauss. track elevation are now con- LAND COMPANYManufacturers

The Journal yesterday stated that drunkards, common nightwalkers, Under the first Napoleon every ceived of its advantages, and they are

Florida was entertaining two of the thieves traders in stolen soldier carried a. marshal's baton in beginning to..regard It as, well worth of
pilferers .
Bishops of the Southern Methodist his knapsack, at least he told themso the millions of dollars .it is costing. and Dealers In *##*>ER+7f* **MM******** i lIHFlI'.'if4riltHftls..
property, lewd, wanton, and lascivious ; but we do even better that that Some roads are far-sighted enough to SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES .
Church. Bishop Candler at Gainesvilleand persons in speech or behavior, keep- in this country. Oscar Strauss, just i go greatly beyond the city's requirements AND KILN.DRIED SAP. DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY,

Bishop Morrison at Palatka, ers of gambling places, common rail- appointed as Secretary of Commerce, and -are building most efficient i CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES BRONZSE t

when we should have stated that. ers and brawlers, persons who neglect and Labor in the president's cabinet, roadbeds to add to their terminal and '
was formerly peddler with pack' facilities. t STERLING SILVERWARE :
there were three bishops and that and a a switching ,
their calling or employment Received.
on.his back in Georgia.-Live Oak Just '
Bishop Chas. B. Galloway was in misspend what they earn, and do not Democrat. Imported Macaroni, Sweet Oil, Cheeses. GOODS
nil Pickles Sauc-r Kraut Mackerel, CodFish
provide for themselves or for the Pig Feet Spanish Onions, Pilot Ii
The !I support of their families, persons Reed SmooU PAT MURPHY ON GRAFT. y\, Bread. French Navy Bread. Everything: *
Monticello News man has lad If you have tears to shed and real- fresh and new. : 1 ; -
a dream. He saw a magnificent new:I wandering from place to place able ly feel the need of the_lachrymal exercise I* Tallahassee Sun. Witch.. Hazel. Jl.OO per gallon.- .

court house with marble steps and' to work and who are without means, get them ready for Reed j# Marine Grocery Company. : Engraving and Fine Stationery :

gold leaf ceilings which was the and who neglect to earn their supportand Smoot. If you have forgotten Reed I* j- % % % % % % z.t kq 10 I LI .V. J. ViDAL. Manaae-. : **
pride of old I live by pilfering or begging, idle we recall him to your mind as the' : .
Jefferson and .
then he
senator from Utah charged with polygamy "Graft is here graft is there, graft is
saw a new opera house owned by i and disorderly persona including and for whose scalp Julius everywhere Mail Orders Receive Prompt t AtteQt ?n. ;

"Bill Lamar" and Just across the, therein those who neglect all )lawful Ceasar Burrows is gunning with small Everybody's getting. graft, for graft .

street from a Carnegie library. May' business, and habitually misspendtheir success_-Tampa Times. is in the air, STEVE GEEKER .

: hi* dream be realized. time by frequenting houses of --.-- There's easy graft and greasy graft, *
Jeff Davis. and graft that's old and new.There.s I E. Zadek Co.
i ill l fame, gaming houses or tippling I 38 S. Palafox St. j Jewelsy
Laud Brown of Tampa deserves all Senator-elect Jeff Davis promisesthat seven millions:: miles of graft,
able to work but are
shops, persons and if that won't do. Next to Kress. MOBILE ALA. |
the encouragement and assistance he there will be a row when he takes more ( ) ,
habitually idle and live upon the his seat in the United States senate.:I We're sailing on a sea of graft out 7 "WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE.
,can get in his plan to have Florida earnings Of their'wires or minor children He will be sat down upon so hard that'I of sight of land Hi:***iW*Y F iHf****# iHMiMhH5'* ,15.. d+ni .""...H.H""" shbEs

represented at the Jamestown EXpOsition. and all able bodied male personsover he will not have time to say "ouch"Davis I And all we have to eat is graft they;.FIREWORKS

The state has made no appropriation eighteen years of age who are is a bratr!;art: _pure and simple: serve It fresh or canned
', for this exhibit Apalachicola Times. i We live on graft we die on graft, andgraft
, and Mr.
without means, of support and whose I Fine Fruits 'Confections .
grows on our graves.
t ? Brown is depending on the public- are unable to III Uncle Watttrson.t I
parents or guardians Henry John Collins Is the ONE good man, AND MULES
spirited citizens of the state to contribute 'support them, and who are not usual- f. Colonel Watterson will winter in I and that is! why he raves." Cigars.

; to the cause. ly in attendance upon some school or Spain the :Memphis Scimitar says,i
but who "far away from the mint beds of his!I
educational establishment,
i Sunday's Times-Union came to us beloved Kentucky, and where the milk I j OF ATTEMPTED ASSAULT Escambia Oysters.Always Just received two carloads horses and mules. Extra
live in habitual idleness. "
punch is unknown. The News-
with 84 pages of news, stories and If the sheriffs and police officers Scimitar laments that (there will be!I I Atlanta Ga, Dec. 18.-Robert Turn-I on Hand. fine and well broken Can be seen at our stables.
i advertisements and is without doubt 'age, white, aged twenty-eight! was
: will keep a sharp lookout for these many an unpulled cork during: his absence. Goods Delivered to All Pat of City.
one of the best convicted today of a'temnfed criminal -t
; special editions of any and arrest every Cheer up friend; it keeps
? paper ever published in the state. wintertourists" all the better and the borne comin;: assault upon Mrs Carrie Comstock New Dates anti Fresh Nuts Just
one who cannot give a plausible account and -sentenced to fifteen years penal:) Received. IW.R.TAYLOR&CO.
The improvement in the Times-Union will be merry.-Miami Metropolis.! i I' ,
of himself, and the judge, when ---- servitude. PHONE 1Z31..
t In recent years is remarkable and it
been convicted under this i
they Joe Bailey.
i Is deserving of the splendid patronage
: it is receiving. statute, will make the sentences se- And now comes United States 'Senator 1 1td9B1; Wlff3IIlifEL DR. R11 rltat'Q)4S) >; BiQILIIQ :ESIg >Sii39331 !
t vere enough to convince them that it Bailey who with brazen effrontery ia n Ww.wMI
declares that the'' fifteen thou:
The decision of the new presidentof Is best to seek,work or other quartersthe sand dollars paid him ,by Mr. Pearceof i 1 YOUR GROCER RECOMMENDS |' THE NEW
nuisance wall be abated and there I ENGLNAD
the Southern Railway to reduce the Pearce-Waters 'and StandardOil
will be no cause fcr further com- Comnanv "WAS'ONLY A LOAN!"
speed on that road Is a wise one and plaint. If..a. .town in Florida Is worried :My, my! No wonder the democratic I "JACKSON SQUARE COFFEE: ;; The Watch for the great American people.I .

will result in better schedules. When with these visitors it is because party is in bad repute with the massesof B i have them
from line
t the new double track is finished to I their officers are not properly discharging the people when it Is being controlled :I Try It1! We know that it/will please you 'o ranging: $2.00 up; also a
Atlanta the fast trains can be put on by such leaders.=Jacksonville : Waltham and Elgin Watches, as well as Jewelryand
t their duties and not because S im
Floridian. it has others.
again but with a single track it is Impossible I there is no law under which they can ---- as = fancy goods at prices that can't be beat.
to make schedule time witha 12
.I secure relief. Champ Clark.Representative. | IMPORTERS COFFEE CO., Ltd., 'g ,
track rate of speed. I J. F: DAVIS

I The papers are arguing the tur: "The president Champ has Clark stolen loqui another 1 =S= 2 New Orleans, U. S. A. ptREfllOla

Two familiar faces that will be pen legal side of the question whether or democratic plan." Net stolen g Brant Building 23 S. P I lfox Street. .J

in Tallahassee next April, after an I not the governor should call a special dear boy; he Just adopted the child : sL zuKsB 'r3J9; 2 QE.RllQliiShcILQQII" n' zKlssmal "W\NWa!,.,T.T..T.: "" "" : ..I..TT... .:.......... .or... .. .... .
absence of four years from official election In that county to elect a and suggests bringing it up by using -

}{ life will be Senator James E. Broome county tax collector. They are di- the big stick to break the back of the t
American Constitution. But well
of Quincy, and Representative J. F. vided on the question but both quote
see, well see.Tampa Tribune. \
' ;; Cooper Griggs of Franklin county. authority sustain their: contentions.
: Senator Broome made a bid for the
I ]
Uncle Joe's Spelling. '
portfolio of state two years ago and Miami recently voted on the ques- Speaker Cannon is a ,diplomat Ij

Hepresentathe Griggs for the sena- tion of extending her city limits. When asked if he Intended to reformhis

}: torship from his district but both suffered Jacksonville and Tampa are now agi: spelling to plea e the presidenthe

; defeat and now they have de- tating the same"proposition, but nothing replied: "I leave the spelling to my Eoual to any SI.OO preparation on the market.
I stenographer.Birmingham' Age-
L aided to come back to their old posts. has been heard from Tallahassee. Herald. '- FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.


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Christmas with Air. and Mn. Junes ,I[I[tll IIIIIII''J I,I II1II1 t II j I I:I III i i IIIII1!I 1. k :I
Gerelds at theirs home In New City i

r i LlCIOUSj PEOPLE AND EVENTSBY I Mr. and }.[rs.r Alex McKhmon and CAFE I ,- 4 ;.

4 Miss Clara Lang, of 'MOKOCM, are .,.}. z
In town for a few days doing their .;: -I;
Christmas shopping. NONPAREIL I Ia < ', .'-
I Mr. C. W. Oliver is expecting his g
LUNCHES MMMa MMMMMiMaWM mother and sister for the Christmas* -
halidays. They will come from Montreal I:2 S. Ptttfox Street ay stain.i .

t. .. TELEPHONE NO. 38 AFTER 3 P. M. i i"tt Canada and the change from i Open 7a.m.to9p.m. |i : L .
the climate of Canada to that of
j: Be Had at the 3cxJJXJJXt:*: esttmm !!\ i 'I
1 May .
: i 1I Florida one.will be a delightful and decided OUR SPECIALTIES: j: { ''I

Business Men'* Dinner, 12 to >::
: Bridge Whist tainment for the children yesterday Mr. Edward Labeau and Mr. Philip 230. 50 cent*. Si i
[( Awards Prizes.The afternoon which was well attendedand Beall expected home this week Theatre: Parties, regular board- *:
andy much are era and Meal Tickets. J.
i I'I' Bridge Whist Club was charming fortunate enjoyed by the little one from Spring Hill College. Mr. Le-
) entertained yesterday afternoon enough to be present beau will be the guest of his .aunt PHONE 1530. H

:1o by Miss Julia Whiting. Games were'enjo.ed, and a grab bag Mrs. John B. Jones and Mr. Beall The neatest cleanest and best H ..;
This meeting was eapeciaUy Inter containing in many cute little souvenirswas will. visit his mother Mrs. C. W. Alder place In town in which to get your n
evidence. .
II\\ tchenj i esting to the members, the club as once; we will trust you,to 5 1 '
0 this :was the fourth meeting, and the The New City Flinch Club held its Mr. I. H. Rehfleld, who has been come a a'n.! tt g .
day to award the prizes for the highest last meeting with Mrs. James very ill for the past few weeks, with jj TOYS, ;:
e score made during the month., Gerelds. At this meeting the club typhoid fever Is convalescing, muchto c'
t which Those whom luck followed decided not to FURNITURE : ;
during meet again until after the pleasure of his friends who sincerely f
this time were: Mrs. Wm. R. Gonzales Christmas. The next meeting will .., <
his serious
I Cold Turkey, | first prlxe Mr John C. Avery be with Mrs. Chas. Gray. regretted condition. The Sboemen With a Reputation. r HOUSE : 1j :'

Chicken second prixe and Mrs. Mallory Ken. It is in the flavor. Try Blue Ribbon ,
: Cold nedy the booby. The Nomads will be entertained on I Vanilla. Absolutely pure goes twiceas FURNISHINGS, :, ;

Oysters in All Styles, JJsh The next meeting of the club will Thursday of Christmas week by the far and the "Blue Ribbon Flavor" -atModerate .
} be with Mrs. I. H. Aiken at her handsome president, Mrs. F.. S. Mellen. Several is perfection. Ask for the 2Sc size. ;
a .: of Every Kindla home on Palafox hilL splendid papers have been preparedand THOSE Prices. i I.

: fact everything that Zi1 Rev. F. A. Rogers very the interesting meeting one promises to be a 'new Large and line, comprising.p to-date every T. ,
r .
r :: : DeFUNIAK.Special : CHRISTMAS Hobby Horses. Rocking ,:
//is Will Stay Here.Rev. I Mrs. Eula Hutchinson, of East Horses: Express Wagons, -.aedes. Goat SuiKlss, I
F. A. Rogers the popular pas- Gregory'street has as her guests during : etc.
tor of the Gadsdenstreet Methodist the holidays Mrs.' W. C. Dniard y SHOESHave c You are welcome whether -
j GOOD TO EAT I church has been reassigned to his of Montgomery Ala.. ,and Mrs. D. T. The 18.JournalDeFuniak -Mr!*. S. 0. t you buy or not.Harrison. ; t tf

charge In Penaacola for another year. Williams and Mrs. Mary Gould of Mil Forbes of Birmingham, Ala.. wag the f ti
The news that Mr. Rogers and his ; guest of Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Thompsonlast Bros., .
:I Oyster Loaves t charming family are to remain in' ton.PERSONAL week. .
120.122 E Intendtnela St. r
them :
: Pensacola was received with pleasureby MENTION.Miss' Mrs. Ida Baines left Mondamorn. you bought
d Specialty. f the congregation of the Methodist I ing for Chicago, to be with her sister yet? Of course you are go- :
church as well as their other Josie Palmes who is one of .
> 4 tot Mrs. who Is ill.
from -
< > a. m. Simpson very
pen friends.Mr. I' the efficient trained nurses at St Vincent's Capt. W. W. Flournoy returned ing to give some one Shoesor .

12 p. m. Z Rogers returned from confer hospital in Birmingham is expected home last week. Slippers, as they make
i ence a few days and left home Thursday and will visit
ago yester- Mr. Kenneth Bruce of Brooklyn, N. such i
day for Forest Home, where he will her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Y.. leaves for Alabama Tuesday useful and pleasing
4A } remain the rest of the week; returning Palmes during the holidays.Mr. where he and his wife win spend gifts. We have a most va-
4A to the city In time to conduct ser- Christmas with Mrs. Kenneth's rela-
Frank ried line and ate
vices Sunday at his church. Reymundo and children, prices
: A fine stock of and little Alman tives.
Payne, have returned & = 'Si
i temptingly 7
from a brief but pleasant visitto Mrs. H. W. Wier of Ligonier, Ind., pleasing.
V Mrs. D. Hale Wilson Mobile. is here for the winter at the home of i-

. Jacob's Candies i President of ,U. D. C. Mrs. SUe Gillis.: Come Take a Look; Buy if TOILET SETS '
: A wen attended meeting of the Miss :Ellie Shuttleworth who has Miss Delia Williamson is the new You Please. s
o Daughters of the Confederacy was been visiting friends In :Mobile for the teacher in the primary department.
. few Mr. George Band returned to Bon
past weeks has returned home.
Y in all size packages up held rooms.yesterday afternoon at the chapter fay Sunday evening. I Many a lady wondering what to give some ,!' '
Miss Blanch McHugh is expected: The K. of P.'B will give a receptionto ,
% co 5 Ibs Candy is always The meeting was a special one home Saturday from the Convent of Grand Chancellor H. Horsier the other lady. .'t' '

.n acceptable Xmas gift. called place of for Mrs.the F.purpose O. Howe of filling who was the The Visitation in Mobile, where she 27th cf this month. MEYER SHOE CO Why not have it be a toilet set? It will be appropriate
is attendIngschooL She win re- The Jcnior Christian Endeavor met
.: and we know from that it is like-
prevented from accepting the office main during the holidays. Saturday afternoon at the home of experience
| I i of president through, a ,pressure of Mrs. Gus Campbell where they bad FEET FURNISHERS FOLKS ly to be liked. '
PHONE 999. other duties. Miss Olga White will arrive home a 'jolly time. "
* : Mrs. D. Hale Wilson was chosenpresident from I Camp Hill Ala., where she is Mrs. William Rogers has bought the 102 S. PAUFOX ST. The ebony-backed, silver-trimmed, with good

s...............NN.NNN by a large majority. :teaching in the college of that name. Martin property on 14th street and stiff stay-in bristles in the brush, set makes a mod- r
Mrs. Wilson will fill the office of She will be accompanied home by her will make '
extensive Improvements.Dr.
president of the Daughters of the little niece Miss Effie White, who is H. A. Gillette who with his est thoughtful gift. A dainty and useful remembrance r.

Confederacy with honor, and the Pen- attending school: at Camp HilL wife moved from here to Tampa some GRAND which will cost you only $3.00. 4:
eacola chapter Is to be congratulatedon months ago died In that city Sunday BALLBY We also have more expensive sets silver-backed
TEN DOLLARSis its choice. Mr. James M. Johnson left on the morning. Dr. Gillette In ,
The date of the next meeting; will noon train for Marianna, where. he poor health when he left warn here, but very It exquisitely carved. But they are cheap at the pricewe : j
will several hunting.Mr.
be announced later. spend days
was hoped that the change would name. ;

all you need. Miss Lillie Williamsto Flournoy.. Ernest of Mobile Flournoy who and have been Miss prove Work beneficial has commenced to him. on the ad. NAOMI REBEKAH LODGE NO. 10 Just step in and have a look at them. We are sureyou'll t -

think small Give Party.Miss visiting Miss Hazel Johnson and sis ditlon to the freight depot like them. i ,
Just a $10 pay- Lillie Williams will giye a ter, have returned home. Morning and evening services were L 0. 0. F.
i ,nent: will procure your fam- 'character party" to her friends on held in SLj, Agatha's Episcopal : i
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gerelds, parentsof church last Sunday the Rev. Robert
Christmas at her home In New
ily a high-grade lifelastingPiano. : night Mr. James Gerelds, one of Pensar Scott of Marianiiaofficiating., AT RAFFORD HALL W.'A.D'AIemberte f ,
City.Each cola's prominent young business men. The Rev. J. K. Northcutt of the MEL .
guest will represent a character --
af- Church Sooth has been ,,',
will arrive in Pensacola Sunday returned I
either of fiction reality and
or ternoon from Birmingham and spend for another year much to the satisfaction Cor. Belmont and Beyle Streets Druggist and Apothecary I
will dress that the of
Get it now-or buy it now, so name of its members.GANTT..
character can be easily recognized.
';nd have it delivered just be- There will be a prize for the best : WEDNESDAY NIGHT 121 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 190
:ore Christmas.This Wllliams's' representation.Miss young friends are [ : : : ] "
Baldness Cured by Destroying the :

$10 payment will get will anticipating be games a and Jolly music time,during as there the Parasitic Germ that Causes It. DECEMBER, 19th 1 1906 ikt
Baldness follows falling hair, falling
you a fine Caswell, Bach; evening Miss Wlinams'fl ability asa hair follows dandruff and dandruff is /1"i.1" '<
Gantt Ala., Dee. II. Tnl U
a new
pianist being well known ,
Shulz: or a slightly used School Girls the Into result the scalp of a,to germ the;root digging of the its way hair town Covington located county in the on the northern Georgia part Central of- Music by ,Barrios' Orchestra CRIHSTMAS G1TFS IN JEWELRY AND T'C.l SS1 :

Kramch & Bach to where it the vitality of the hair. Z
| or Lester saps '
railroad nine miles north of Anda Nothing I.I more suitable for a Christmas gift or
Return for Christmas. To destroy that germ is to prevent as the than of stock eehet.d .
' lusia. This point will be rememberedby TICKETS25cts. recipient a piece jewelry or cut glass. My was
for one of a number of good well as cure dandruff falling hair and for the special purpose of affording something suitable for this purpose. A I
of ladles a Bomber of our Florida citizen '
Thursday as
a party young!
Here are just a few of the offerings: *
[pianos.! will return from Georgetown where lastly, baldness.' There is only one ft Gantt's mill on Conecuh: river. This DIAMOND GOODS. "t '
I they have been attending the Conventof I preparation known to do that ,New. was one of the best water mills In all Prize to both Lady and Gentleman Diamond Rings ....... .'10 U |1. I I Diamond Stick Pins ... .IS to S2S 1
Diamond Brooches .... ...$9 to (60 I Diamond Locket ..... *
$250 a week will pay for the Visitation. They are: Miss bro's Herpldde, an entirely new this section. It was erected by the Dancer. i WATCHES. $10 to *30* 1 ;.

Mentoria Snblett Miss Genevieve scientific discovery. Wherever It has Captain Gantt In 1S67, and the material Ladles' 0 size, 20-year tilled Keystone cases ...................$12.50 to $23 if;
:the Piano, without interest. Brent Miss Marie Supervielle, Miss been tried is has proven. wonderfullysuccessful manfactured by this mill was Solid Gold, 14 karet ..........:.....................................$22 to say I .f,<
I I can't be otherwise, be- Solid Gold Diamond set .................................................. $41 .11 '
Prices from: $139 up. Get'it Louise Quina and Miss Alma Finch. cause it utterly destroys the dandruff rafted down Conecuh river to Fair i Gentlemen's 12 and 1f size watch ............................. $14 to $40 I ,;.
There are a number of entertain Pass, then transfered to Pensacola. CHAINS AND LOCKETS. J
ments in view for the amusement of germ. "You destroy the cause you This mill still in operation, is owned ChristmasBOX Solid gold Neck Chain ..........................................$3.50 to $19 .. !i.:::
now. remove the effect"For Solid gold locket ..................................................$375 to $15 '
by Mr. D. B. Gantt, the second
the young ladles to help the few brief sale by W. A. D'Alemberte, eon of Diamond Lockets ...........................:.....................$10 to $30 ,,2$ ,
days of their homecoming to pass ina the Captain. CUT GLASS. A ,
happy manner. druggist and apothecary 121 South The Georgia Central crosses the Cut Glass Pitchers .....................................,.....$450 to $1150 5,t
GET IT NOW. Palafox' street, or send lOc in stampsfor river just below the mill and about Cut Glass BOwlS ;.............................................$3-25 to $3.00 ,.t(
sample to The Herpidde Co., Detroit Cut Glass Vases ...................................._......_..$ .2S to $1.00 t1i'
Mrs. Marsh's Card Mich.THERE. four hundred yards north stands a PAPERS, 0O Cut Glass Nappies .................. .............................$1-25 to $3 :
nice depot The town is rapidly Im- Cut Glass Sugar and Cream Sets ...............................$3. 3 to $5.00 : i t
Jhe Clutter Music House Party at High ,Noon.Mrs. proving with four good business BOOKS O 211/ South Palafox St. A ;o
These few of the articles I and all ti
are simply a many am offering of
F. W. 'Marsh will entertain houses of merchandise
a general one
: my goods are fully guaranteed. If not as represented your money back : ;4
large number of her friends at a JS NO PERFUMEIN drug store two turpentine stills two CARDS. .. '
' "hlgh noon" card party to-day. churches (Baptist and Methodist), a
:GULf! CITY: COFFEE CO. Handsome Invitations to the affair THE WORLD SO fine school, Masonic Lodge one good CALENDARS, .: W. A. GAHLENBECK. .t fr ft
were Issued a few days ago. ohtel, managed by Wm. Gantt, a 218 South Palafox Street.ABoxofiowney'sMakes ; J
H. P CHIPMAN, Manager. The party will be symbolical of the SWEET AS brother of Captain Gantt PICTURES :................................... ............ ...: 4 4i

Roasters, Blenders: and Shippers ofFne seasonhe decorations being in red The town is surrounded by a fine I" .'
and green the most prominent of belt of timber and fine farming lands and thousands of pretty and i
which will be "beautiful 'branches of The merchants have this season ,
/ Coffees holly sparkling with red berries. The bought over 2,000 bales of cotton and of de scrip- :.
OUR COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL score cards are hand-painted with "Allan'sJanice. thi next season expect to double the every .\
SfiOCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL tiny branches of holly amount Its low lands seem to be 1 tion. ;1
: .
There will be about six tables and high town lots selling for a splendid I

the game to be played is six-hand price, but the prowess of the town Is :t ll!.
euchre so popular with the ladies, due'' largely to the farming interestand '
"The Best is What We Sell'I who derive a great deal of amusement the people are enterprising and r ra

from ItMrs.. :Marsh' is one of Penascola's progressive. Gem Book Store
, ,
'"i:' ::: : ,
matrons and Christmas Gift f
I We AreHeadquarters most attractive young Cboice :
i It without saying that her r
i j C. R. Johnson Prop.
tertainment will. be ,a success. '
i They run from a lO-cent t
! No maker of perfumes has :: : :: = : : -:: ::=:: : : ::: '
Killibrew-Wever Peons 239. package to 5-pound I! S
North Chumuckla. Dec. 17.-Last up fancy;, I
I for Wedding Last Night.Last ever before succeeded in Thursday morning the 13th the citi- packages.. Lowney's Candies i 3;

night at seven o'clock at the zens of Milton were startled when I comply with all the require- I. ,
residence of Professor and Mrs. W. combining such' rare fragrance the sad news reached them of the 1 ., I
ChristmasDinner D. Sears:, :Miss Pauline Wever was sudden demise of the Rev. Robt. Smiley menU of the new food law, I i Iff
married to.Mr. Y. C. Killibrew. delicate odor and last- He was found dead in his bed CANDY CHRISTMAS and therefore are not raised :' J l'In '

Miss Wever is an ,attractive young early Thursday morning. His remains :.
lady and has been- spending some ing qualities as you get in were brought from Milton for pnce. !; 1
Interment in Coon Hill cemetery, accompanied We desire to call
time with her sisters Mra. Sears. The your A Toilet orManicure
wedding wa"s'a quiet home affair and I "ALLAN'S JANICE," by his eon-in-law, Mr. W. attention to our line of !
witnessed only by the immediate R. Wiliams and Rev. W. T. Elliaor.: Set
I family. pastor of the M. E. church south of I
Pure Chocolatesand or I .
The bride Milton. -
young looked very pretty $1.00 the Ounce. 1r
and girlish in a becoming costumeof Brother Glenn, presiding elder of French or Military Hair Brushes !
in the
blue silk voile. the Pensacola district assisted Ialso
Ring us up and we will tell you The groom is a 'well-known young funeral services at the grave and Creams, P makes an acceptable ;

of the many good things we have business man of northern Georgia there' delivered a fitting eulogy. 20 cents Pound.Thoroughly glft-and: our stock is com- r ,
for and after.spending the Christmas holIdays Brother Smiley leaves a wife and I
your table, better still than [
or with Prof. and Mrs. Sears Mr. Call and see our demon- two daughters, Mrs. W. R. Williams and plete, at prices that WIll per- :::
that come in and,let us show you and Mrs. Killibrew will probably of Milton, and Mrs. Ella Sessoms, of : pure mit to buy what pIease ,=i'
through our stock) Of fancy and ,,make their home in that state. strator and have her show Texas. the children ,can eat all you f

staple groceries. We are preparedwith The wedding' ceremony was performed We one and all extend to the be- they like without dan- yw_ 1# I

extra help and wagons, to till by Dr. T.. M. Gallaway of the our perfumes. Samples free. reaved ones our deepest sympathy in of sick. We "
First Baptist church.Mr. this, their sad hour of trouble. ger being HOOTON'S PHARr ACf ij
your r ;
wants In any amounts and In jell Candies. I :
., and Mrs. Kinibrew will be Nunnally's I .
any length of time. Ring us up. SCHOONER HAD A
warmly congratulated by their many Thq Birthplace of Prompt Dellyery. ; ,
friends in Pensacola, who wish .thema ROUGH VOYAGE I PHONE 1100. s sS i ,I

long and happy Hooton's Portland,-Me.; Dec. 18.-The schooner Sol Gahn & CO. : 'i. t ";

Rose The euchre party and dance at the J. R., Tee!. ,Capt Hanson arrived
naii 6, Gerelds Progress Club will be given tonightOn today! twelve days overdue from Th. Pure Food Store..
account.of 'the cool weather prevailing Brunswick Ga. The vessel ran Into a i
THE FANCY GROCERS, there will-probably be a'large. PharmacyThe fifty mile gale off the Maryland coast Sntkvtst Ceresr Palates ad laleatfenciePhone ,1"I
I HG 1 SOUTH PALAFOX :ST. csotrd attendance. on December 4. The flyingjib was I Li I tv
carried away and the boat badly dis- {
__ Phone 391 The Sisters Mercy:'gave an enter Birthplace of Prompt Delivery. abled. I L i .
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;/;. t INVESTMENTS- OFFEREDBYHOOTON IN REAL 'ESTATE |: For< Salleor I I A Is Cosy The Best Home if RealEstate 1 1i i An Abstract'Free. $225 j f fi

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i $25 Cash $10 iI |
WATSON Lease I >
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(. I. THE RENTAL. AGENTS, f. I To Of All the'Loved Gifts II I,I: of We choice are offering lots in for New sale a City list ': I t With These Lots ::nLKoiateM;: i i

: I overlooking the bay and bayou "" "
West Government
$ 950-One-story dwelling on : SIX-ROOM DWELLING, CORNER i -also several handsome residences I .t

street Reus. JACKSON AND GUILLEMARD. HAS OnesWhile I cannot get these
near you t,
: I between and 11th streets and
I have' 40 lots 9th 10th between *
BATH, GAS, ELECTRIC LIGHTS, : lots in a few years at the price
I. : $1575-Fine cottage on corner lot, convenient to L. t 18th and 19th avenues; two blocks from the East Hill car lint One 1
offered today.SEMICENTRAL
; they are i
I J & N. R. R. :shops. J SEWER ii : block from the"bayou. I offer this property at 5225.00 per lot $25'} .
Sb down and the balance at $10.00 per month. I will CHARGE \o l :;' $2100-New and comfortable cottage, with two lots TERMS ON BALANCE. WILL LEASE i o. TEREST AND NO TAXES AND WILL FURNISH AN ABSTmn-

i East Garden Street. j ONE YEAR AT $25 PER MONTH. places run 'I WITH EACH LOT FREE OF COST. This Is the cheapest prcrerty I
$, you're': thinking of i in price from about $7,500.00 ; ever offered on these term! In the City of Pensacola. :

:{ $2650-A very nice one-story dwelling with 7 rooms, i I II '. I up. There is net so much competition -
gifts, you who pay rent, those who 4't :,Lots for Cash in this cheaper \\
i in this field. ; You can't boy locality any > ot J

J East Gadsden, near Alcaniz. \i\ to see us I are able to buy such places are i i'I' : fer them on terms that you can't afford to miss. These terms Put .

I J $3350-6-room dwelling on DeVillier Street, near \:\ LESLIE E BROOKSReal why not come 'I''I'I I more limited in number You : you in the same position as. If you were buying nearly two r n 1

Garden. \ and let us show you how cannot wait until the property o' from now at prices asked for now. J
% I is highly dsvejoped and then 4 More fortunes are made in Real Estate than in anything s> .

.c 1 $9500-Two-story brick building, with lot fronting t Estate you can own your own buy at a low figure.We .. You may lay ,the foundation of your fortune by investing a ( t
: I these lots at this time. \
dollars in
both Zarragossa and Main Sts. Splendid business : home. Do it now for this -- ; S

location. tt and Insurance. I II I bslieve'at conservative estimate that these lots will} increas J
i Christmas,1906.McDAVIDHYER. I I have a choice corner : In value 40 perCent by thetime they are paid for on these terms .

$10500-Two-story brick building on Zarragossa St. t within cur block of Palafox that .
Phone 462. 112 S. Palafox.THEBESTYET .
t for a quick turn can ba had for .

, near Palafox. A bargain. I $;,8 O.OO. Buy this now and you : I Real Estate and Insurance

; : will be certain of a good profit.If LESLIE E BROOKS
CITY MAPS. CO. ': Phone 462 112 S. Paafol! St :


z; c-* has Have been you etrehrily a n ew revised City Map to date We.conforming have Just received to all changes a new supply made., whlrh Send : "i'nU New YorK 11, you stop to think a minute I................... .......... &.................. J

) 2 $2.00 for Mounted Copy, or 60c for Pocket Edition. i you will see that the owner ,

' ; Llf. Insurancs Company. i of the property We are offering .
: Correspondence Solicited. -
: : .1 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST.. reads our ads as %ell as you -a -

I .............. ............. ...................... I Phone 700. Pensacola, Fla. j so we have to be conservative
We have for sale lots in block 101. East i about writing the possibilities ORGANIZING
.- King Tract at $100 each. $3 down and $5; of the real estate we offer-
: per month. No interest and no taxes
HELP WANTED. WANTED. until paid for. I Sometimes we are asked: "Why

does the owner want to sell a THE FLORIDA
We ha.ea nice comfortable house -
: WANTED A reBatt* IUD wither"jfn A1\"TED-Partner in mill business. North Co>Ie. street that ,we can sell for on j : place which is going to be
-e a. nlrkt fireman at Southern MUM have experience and three or four $1100 on easy payments.We 1 worth so much more nest
Bri'k Co. Brent FJa. ISdecSt thousand dollars capitaL Address "Part i "

;: ;W. \TED-A: nrst -class bar*** &* _9- ner," Care Jo,rrnal. ISDecSt have a nice! six-room cottage with year? Home Insurance ;
large lot on East Hill on car line and Compaq
,. No; hooie Sgttmrs peed apply. J. S. CANTED-Position by experienced ste- near hard road. that we ran sell for 1I I i
? Durham 108 JJast Wright et* et. nographer. Legal work preferred. Can $3000. This is one of the best bargains For 1i
furnisa:. good references. Address E. L. offered here .SSlll i We cannot divulge all the
t WANTED_.W14t womaa to do Mrtt !:.. Box !74. 18decl0t. recentlyWill agree car- ;:::
Jbpli' atNo. 12 East In- : ry a mortgage for large amount of purchase private reasons which induce i OF MARIANNA FLA.
t teri't price at 8 per tent. : ,
11 dfocit.! WANTED Position as assistant book- owners to sell We prefer to

! : keeper and fpr general office work. by One hundred and-fifty by three hundred ': look closely through our lists
: WANTEIWWlitta girl to do general I I young lady. Address stating wages Box feet on Little Bayou. with two cottages
, of property, pick'out the places
houi-eworlfc Arply 1102 East GadedenStreet. 142 Evergreen, Ala. IMeclw renting for $11 per month $1500.! f
: 16decJwCARPENTERS ; that are bargains, and offer

\ -_ TUB PUBLIC'to know that the B. IL Ten lots on public square, near the $3000-For Modern New :2-story.! *' rooms'j them to you with a plain de Capital Stock $200,000
J WAITED at Warrthg- Fairchild Co.. is now prepared to renovate Stoddard .
property very cheap at $850. .and two halls house on East Jack, scription. We would rather for
and payment every all kind
: good wages mattresses, pillows and
i Saturday afternoon. For farther Information bolsters, in tint-class style, and at lowest borhood.son streetIn. very desirable' neigh you to judge the property strictly -
f apply at Sylvester Campbell's prices. Ring up phone 485.., write p.1 r on Its merits without' being Surplus Fun d $20,000

t atwc. Warrtngtoa. _isdec O. box 43J or call 15 East Garden street $2300-For 5 lots on West side of PaJafoz misled by the personal or prt-
t, upstairs. Sdeclra "'. en.lount,_ &. Lee
'WANTED-Manager for branch office' we D. HALE WILSON & CO. :! vate'rea50ns- that the owner
wish to locate here in Pensacola. Ad* WANTED TO RENT-A large house for of the .
The Morris disposing property is now organizing under Cia laws of Florida to << a Fire Ins.: 43
1 Jiw* with references close in. Will lease it if terms are de
, Wholesale House, Cincinnati Ohio. sirable. Address Mrs. A. ZL. Care Journal .. ., business through-the states of FLORIDA, GEORGIA Nuir-: \
i lldeclm

i i PF.WRlTER OPERATOR WANTED WANTED-Some one of means who will : Money to .loan :at, lowest. market. rate
; to take dictation from office graphophone. care for and educate bright boy. 14 PHONE 234 of interest. I We don't want people to _buy -

> No knowledge of stenography years old. Apply Pearl Eagan Home or Mortgages 'on real estate In this city real estate under the influenceof
I Breri applr
. in prrsoa at once to The Clutter :Music I -AH kinds beer bottles. 1 pay FOR SALE.FOR All of the .Maxent:Tract west' of "fi' about a destitute widow that is I and going it tenderfooted in congested city districts.
' House. Udec: lie (,zE'n. I handle' all leading brands street now for sale. obliged to sell right quick or
! of wines. beers- whlsKies, ,
ana and
TTTEI. > A good cook. Apply to 701 manufacture that 1\.ell- stabliahf"d corgh still SAI E-Almost new Victor disc .5 go to JaiL Sometimes wealthy ---
N'orth Palafox street Ddec medicine. Joe Roth corner Tarragcoa Phonograph with large horn. and 12 people sell real estate at fair

!; and Government Sts. 11 oct present records.Vtli Address make 42 splendid West Gregory.Christmas ... prices, so that you can buy and Will charge same rates,.and observe same rules of underwn*
WANTED An Grocery clerk.
I, good salary- to experienced one willing to work. Ad- TAILORING I.. Damon! Tailor. ISdeclw make money out of it yourself.On as other.first-class companies.

dress P. O. Box 374. 9decM'AXTED Gent's clothing cleaned. pressed and repaired FOR SALE: First-class ticket to Onein- Fjsher t, Real 1 Estate the other hand sometimes --- J
on short notice. NO. 11 West Agency : -----
f natL Good until December 20. C-all at those who are hard up and
Four boys with wheels fornifle Government SL. Pensacola. Fla.
531 East Government St. 16dec3t I
sell will fora
ought to hang on
. work. Salary $*S per month. Apply "
t 'IV, Care JournaL luce WANTED R. Bingham wants your COLLECTION OFRENTS A price out of all reason.. $100,000 of the"stock has'been already subscribed at $" '0 cr
AT A BARGAIN-Harness ,
moving and hauling. He guaranteesall share Just that much more is offered on same terms. The prcii-d

j breakage. Phone 630. factory, new and buildings tannery.and conveniently up-to-date located ma- SPECIALTY.Pione .: of $10 per share goes into the'surplus fund, and remains with an, ,

W A "TED-The Merchants Transfer Co. chinery. Address "Factory," Care this follows the stock. The stock certificates recite on their face :..
: MONEY TO LOAN. 87. 206 S. Palafox I St. You doubtless know of
wants your m'and hauling. All paper. IBdecSw many
t $110 per share has been paid for same. $100 of which has gone to car
breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thorson. : 'j opportunities in the past: where
: Proprietor. Phone 978. FOR SALE--Two launches: one 26 O-A. ( tal stock and$10 to the surplus account.
ft.: THOS PEBLEY-Money to loan. Upstairs 64 feet beam oak timbers white cedar C .. you could have made money if
," corner Palafox and Roman Sts.Sdec. I ; ; f "'4 -
WANTED-All kinds of electrical; work. I I planking; copper fastening; equipped! withan you had just bought some of --
1 : I sell all kinds of electrical batteries k H.P. 2-cylmder, 2 cycle Wolverine the places presented to you.
engine. She has half-cabin.
and other electrical supplies. When Speed 7li
UNLIMITED amount money to loan you
all kindf jorsonal property on short on 'need me ring ::5 cr SSx: E. W. Peaks miles and in fine running condition. Price You know of certain blocks Stock will be paid for as follows: $10 per share with the appIlc;,

f notice. Tc"w easy. Get my rates before New Star Laundrv Bldg. U.: Garden. beam$,50.I; l'/z o kerosene 19-foot: launch engine, 6-foot where a year ago you could tion $50 per share January 1st, and $50 per share April 1st, next
going elsewhere. Star Loan Co.. 11$ copper have made purchases such that
fastened good working order. Pru-c
I South Pafo\- 4novlm "TEr.-8eeond-hancJ wanted. If out sacks of town of all ship descriptions $150. Apply King & Runyan, Pensacola. a big profit would have come

$5000.0* t loan on good secutlty. Pensa-: them to us; If in town ring us up at No 16dec 5ome.'YeryDesirable your way on account of devel- OFFICERS. .I DIRECTORS.
t oola Investment Company. 300ct't 334. or bring them to us at corner: of opment, since. .
Chase and Alcanis, Sta. F. S. Mellon & FOR SALE-Two buggies very cheap. M. I. DEKLE. President First !Mtional
MOXZT LOANED on real estate andpev.onftl Co. 2 juiy Apply 104 East Wright street. ISdeclm Homes JOHN H., CARTER, President. Bank of Xlarianna Pi
't I JOHN II. CARTER. President FbsiIL
property on short notice. FOR SALE-SO acres good farming land, National Bank of Qiiim-y. FlaE.
: Term eay. J. W. Bullard. 28H SouthPaft'ea about 1% miles of city limits Containsan All this Is to give you some W. MILTON. "'ce-President. N. DKKL.E President First N?

'f BU Phone 1144. MISCELLANEOUS.MATTRESS I excellent stream and fish pond. A For Sale of the turns of the real estate tional Bank of Chipley. Ka
bargain. Apply J. IL Kohler. care Saun- Impress MOSES GUTTON Vice-president._ W. H. :JIIITON, PrrKidenf F-- ,'
TOUR MONET idea is to
'.\ J i.Uf LEND at eight ders Mill Co. ladec Iw business. Our National Bank of DeFuni.-K i
eel cent. If you have any that you AND FURNITURE-Mat- you with the fact that I JUDGE B. S. LIDDON, E' '6.:.*
H., P. MULKET. ,. Secretary and
Interest on. see me about it.
nut :
made to order FOR SALE Thoroughly
tresses and also renated <>- I good piano and when judgement dictates Justice of Florida
Mil be absolutely safe on real estate! \ ; new ticks furnished. New and almost new Apollo Piano player with your Treasurer.. 1 HON. MOSES OUTTON \"' t
:I MCOrity. Leoiie E. Brooks. Phone 462J.tONET second-hand furniture modern or antique about fifty pieces of select music for On West Gadsden street south fronton for. >
:. TO LOAN-Everybody bought and sold. Davis Manufacturing I sale cheap to quick purchaser. Address I I car line a two-story 8-room modern property go on and buy It. B. FARLKY, ;.l>
borrows M-GUTTQX, Auditor. r.ft.T1't
Co., 114 East Belmont IIEo Mariner Bohemia Fla. 12dec of Marianna
I money from Jno. A. Hall & Co., HHV 771. street. I home, house! In splendid condition, recent The shrewdest and clearest
J Oor nim nt St. When la need call 24nov FOR SALE 100-arpent ly overhauled throughout and painted: headed men In Pensacola todayare
country place 7
: j .n us. MISS LEILA REESE baa fresh cut flowers miles from Pensacola. short mile west gas.neighborhood city water In bath city-large$5000.00., deep lot. best buying real estate and ,you

: iaOitlY LOANED on ah kinds of personal on hand. Orders taken for special of Olive station and fostomce known as will be in good company" you Applications, will be received by letter accompanied by check itt
occasions. Phone :282.! Old Jackson
ISnovlm 7-mile house on road 30 acres
property on short notice. Terms On West Jackson street. the most modern buy.
r olly. J lira.. B. Gray & Co.. :2 W. Romana. WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP-We fenced fence balance and ('ro:
\ lnoa Ifeb are now, In cur new quarters, 214 E. timber. Fine oaks pear, chestnut and bath. gas, electricity, 7 rooms cabinet
I Intendencta, entrance also at 215 Romana. other trees. Stream running through; mantles folding doors between dining I
i UNLIMITED amomt .ei money to loan and prepared to do everything in wagon many springs on place: also horse, buggy. 1 room and library butler's pantry large Come in and talk it over withus The First National BankPensacola, Fla.

I i. cltl vn rates all kinds to of business personal men property.on large Spe- and carnage building and repairing E.L. harness wagon and farming tools: 3 1- front gallery. House beautifully finishedon if you want to buys. or sell, Marianna_ Fla. American National Bank,
Phone 92S I Inside. yard nicely laid -ott. beautiful
Herring. ;
I4oct.MATTRESSESENOVATEDNew room houses. 1 50-foot stable, with two
1 New York Loan Will be
Jns. The Co., 204)4) our representatives glad
flowers stables large lot best
25-foot barn
rooms; 1 and other Florida
: bath Palafox. tick houses. Suitable for sanitarium hood in city. Th's is a cheap place for to show prospective purchasers National Bank,

i furnished if desired. Guaranteed. club factory brewery or stock out'I'I the money-$4750.00. around, and you needn't feel -. Jacksonville, Fla.

pet taken tip and matting laid. Reason for selling-owner has no "That have got to buy." .
1 BOARD AND ROOMS. orders at Watson Parker Reese. Car-I manage place. Great bargain as in.est-I 5-room cottage and hall, bath and ;you -
: Dwu ..... We do however, want you as a
Wesley! ;an. ment or for one looking for good farmingland. I shower bath. hot and cold water cabinet
For particulars address E. w. mantles modem throughout Occupying patron and will be glad to see
i FOR R'Son. large room furnished ,MILTON UPHOLSTERING: SHOP-Willie Peake. Pensatola. Fla.. New Laundry I a Vi block of ground on East Hill, block you. For further information'address
I I 0 or unfurnished. Apply 24 South Spring MIms. Proprietor. Furniture building, East Chase street. Idee from car line, good neighborhood-$3000. <
!I" ; treet only 2 blocks from Palafox. 19decFtiR pairing of all kinds. carpets laid, I I .
: ture packed for shipping. Phone re-I: FOR FALF.-I0.000 acres round timber
Modern !5-room : hail
cottage reception
t RENT-Large. nicely furnished room Next: to Tampa landing.. :! land. 12,500 saw rni'l timber and sawmill i large front gallery, on corner lot !50x137%I., THE FLORIDA 'HOME INSURANCE COMPANY
with board; privilege of bath and telephone !. 32-room hotel at a bargain.
two blocks from line I
service. Apply 415 West Gregory IL ALF -Tin Copper and Sheet eral good farms and town sev-I car on East Hill: L.S.BROWN&CO.
house lot laid
eteet or telephone No. 865. 14nlwk Iron Worker: cornice work and sky- I Write Gentry & Setterlind Chipley I new. nicely ot' pretty '
lights a specialty; roofing, guttering and :::sept flowers. large stables, frpnts south. It MARIANNA, FLA.
I:. FOR RENT-Rooms for rent with privilege repairing. 109 East Government, opera I i iI I is cheap at $2450.00. REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND I
i : of light housekeeping. Phone and house building. Phone 160. Residence 1 PANAMA CANAL EDITION Of The INSURANCE.
: :Rath. Apply $00 East Jackson St. Ddec phone 1316.: I Journal-a magnificently illustrated ; .." &I

magazine containing scores of views. of t 918 Thiesen Bld
ICOOMS TO RENT Best in city. Mrs. M. J. IL PORTER saUmaker. 711 South I the city and harbor. For sale .t all P one ------------ ----- -
li. Pieston 1284 East Government St.9dec. Palafox street. Orders taken for tents. II book stores or at The Journal office. By
awnings, camp stools and house cots, mail. 20 cents. ilsest Pensacola. St. Andrews and
' etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan I J. W. Bullock Jr. UP.TODATE\
ROOMS-Nicely furnished upstairs. convenient I I FOR SALE' Good size mule,' 6 years .- Gulf Steamship Co.
to car line with or without old. Qualities are the best. No whipping -
board. 1202 East Gadsdon street. I cesarv. Lady or child can man- FOR SALE.SHIP -
t 8declm FOR RENT. I I age. Apply to J.V.. Senterfitt 708 E.Cenantes Real Estate and Mortgage Loans 2-story, 10-room bouse, with plot of STEAMER TARPONW.
G. BARROW Master
St. 14declw CHANDLERS: -McKinzle Opting ground _140x200! feet in excellent locality :TO
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent -1 Room 302
NICELY FOR RE.'T-.At Big Bayou, 7-room. : Brent Building.
& Co.. wholesale and retail ship cstndlers FREIGHT .
with or without board. Table board. story house. Bath and kitchen, all furnished FOR SALE OR RBXT-One of finest ; U ,cash* balance on time. Modern SERVICEBetween
bath. No. 3 i farms in West Florida :%'miles from and grocers. Only first-closa :iouttof -
Phone, gas and Palafox.27nov ; J-'O per month; also I 4-rooms. kitchen kind in city. Fair prices to alL improvements.
140 in cultivation
Chipley. acres ; fine Phone
and ball unfurnished. 1750.
I Fisher
Real Estate 206 South Palafox. buildings. Cash rent $1.50 per acre. L. MOBILE.
I O\IS-Two furnish front rooms,] Agency ISdec C. Ridenour Chipley Fla. 14dec2w FOR o SALE-At, a bargain a barber's Price $5500. CARRABELUE.! AN
I outfit good as new; one 1irstclassbarber
suitable for light housekeeping. User chair one dozen excellent DREWS. MILtVILLEAnd .
l of phone and bath. Apply 822 East FOR RENT-Two nice double stores on FOR SALE-$23.00; cash for Remington ; and combs. Address .
t! Gadaden. or Phone &91. ?! nov East Intendencla street! between Pala Typewriter in first-class writing-order; FOR iALE mugs brushes Sneads Fla. Cdeclm J. all points on St. Andrews Bay C<*
I fox and Tarragona. Inquire at the Fisher reason for selling. have no use for same M. Armstrong. :: FOR RENT.Two rabelle and Apa'achlcola

i Real Estate Agency. 22nov here. Address "B." Care Journal.21novlm FOR SALE-Bargain in 6-room cottage; SCHEDULE.

LOST.LOST I FOR RENT-A. R. Bingham has storage at Cottage Hill. Fla. Terms to suit. One large brick,stores 1(0 and 10$, Leaven Psssacola Sunday 8;SfP T

f, __ room for rent suitable for fun,itura FOR SALE-A fine tract of land near acre fruit flowers and garden. Address. for Mobile, Ala.Leave "-. "
East side of Tarragona street, between <
5declwFOR Tuesday
BealL Pensacola.
or other goods. 104 and 106 South Tar city. Part heavily timbered: part Egbert '.
-.mark and tan hound. two years ) ragona .treeL Phone 39. cleared. Call phone 285; or address 1102 I Romana and Inteoo ncla.. Elegant location for St. Andrews lIiliviile.: Apai
okl.| t\'ghs about 60 pounds. Answers' East Gadsden. ISnovlraCONKEV3 SALE-House and lot at 101S East Carrabelle and intermediate poln
to nam> .'illack_" Reward for return to I I $3200. I i .JacksOntreet$1600.! Apply to G. A for warehouse purposes. $35.00 For additional Information .r>r>'.

111 K--s-t Robe St. 19declw: j jXjfWTTwo celebrated Roup Cure. Chol- I Doblstrom... 1013 East Jackson street or .per.month for the.two.THOS" .. .. J. R. SAUNDERS Poei.
; HOrELS.LOCKHART lice and mite kil'er well 818 South a.foL .; nov1rneFPR E .R. COBB
:: f era cure as Buys a new. modern tip-to-oate noise General Frt. and Pass Apt f'sacola
brown Water Spaniel Pup- as an unexcelled Egg Prolucer. All two stories with eight rooms. reception FIx
:i p*'* .4 months old. $5 reward if return- !! HOTEL. Lockhart. Ala.. guaranteed and a splendid grade of hall and bath on corner lot and near car SALE CHEAP-Second-hand bug-J PEBLEY.
1 e>T tu K anti 10 Zarragossa street. t tII new rnanagemtnt. newly renovated wheat that will make your fowls: lay. F. line on East Hill This.home is a bar.* "gies and wagons. U :you want a bargain l
; IMeclt j nice room Bata and all accommodations. S. MeUen & Co, Pensacola Fla. Phone gain at the price which can not be duplicated in a second-band vehicle of any description -
-- Special attention to traveling men. 334. 7nov In the city. Take a look at it before call or write W. E. Taylor Chip. Rom na ,and Palafox. CREW NOTICE. .
LOvTRound gold locket with anchor onp" you Invest ley. Fla.' Zlnovlra '" '
Special rates to weekly boarders. J. Neither the Captain
c "> side; on other initials *J. I*,." Lost FOR SALE-Come quick if you want of I'
Rodgers Prop. 2Snov Consignees
II L[ ..:t"r, on a North Hill car or near Union : them. Two cheap horses. two good $1350. FOR. SALE CHEAP-Almost new Hehlen I a nor ship Hornsnnd. will .
i 1'ep 't. Reward for return to The Journal BROWN HOUSE-DeFuntoK Springs. I ones and one high-class saddle horse is & Sons piano in handsome rosewoodcase. Pensacola Lodge Me.-.42. F. & A. M. t' onsibl*' for d..bts '"- j
it 'rllSlaat Strong street. ISdec Good beds airy rooms elegant ideals all I have left of the car load I got last A bargain. Piano an be seen Pensacola 'Lodge No. 45. P. &. by the Crew of saH ,
free bath and sample rooms. Special; Monday. I also have two second-band :Bujs a pretty home" site; of five tots, by canIng at the KandY Kitchen. 3oct- : A. IL Regular rommnnlcalion D. BEHRHTER .
LO.TlinrC lored 7month'soldr top buggies good condition for salecheaper. facing east on llth avenue. New Citr. (
attention to traveling men. Rates $2.00 E.1n 3 Thursday; Dec JO 1:30 p. m. BROS.
r puppy with white feet and day. J. R. Brown. Prop. Welles. ISdectf FOR SALE and Immediate delivery, one c Visiting brethren brethren fraternally Consignee
: 'white breast. Cor. 13th ave. and 14th per automatic tandem compound center i Consignee
t I .street. J. H. Kohler. 15dec Iw < HOTEL SOUTHERN Open aH the FOR SALE-Just received fresh flashlights i crank steam engine of atout IW horsepower .- ..IliR\"EY. w. M..
year. American and European plan. and launch batteries. Phone I end two return tubular !boilers 721 B. lL SOLOMON. Sec'y. CREW NOTICE.
; --- Special summer rates. First-class int''ery S45. E. W. Peake, New Star Laundry. inches diameter by 16 feet lot.*. For full I f of said vesseL ..
j t-
.. ; particulars apply Ston & Webster Eng. CREW .
FOR ADOPTION. respect. Pleasant and conven- building. NOTICE.Nfithw Neither the Captat .
ient. Mrs. T. L. Bowen. Prop, Pensacola. Co R.YAEGE1 Corporation Box S:('. Pensacola. 14nov !f 'the Captain. Owners ), nor Consignees .
Fla. ISapr FOR SALE-One fine wan Case. 25 feet nor Consignees of the British Swedish! sttoamsI.p .
FOR APOPT10N One orphan boy. 7 long. 8 feet high with ribbon case 10 ,, FOR SALE OR EXCR.ANGE-Half block A steamship' Glencoe. win be re- Adolf, will be respor1'-- ...
I years old.M11 bo given for aloption ] BAY HOTEL *n night and day. European feet long separate. Will make fine display :n New City, mar Bay View part: wiiltirnarijre .pon ibi. for debts contracted debts contracted by Q: .;
to responsible parties. For i-arliculars; I I plan. Rooms light and clean. case for any kind of merchandise- 200( ( Thiesen Building.Phone : for cottage or sell cheap if by the Crew of said vesseL c C. J. PJOEi- :. &.
apply: Pearl Hagan Home, or Mrs. "'m. I Transient trade solicited. 1i1 5-iiii. South Apply to E. L. Reese, 17 North Palafox. 686.. I taken at once. ilrs. R. Owsley. Ii08 K.Strone. : J.'COOPER Captain. JOHN. t.. MERRITT & CO. -" ;
4 I ITaher. President ISnov Pnf! p' Jos. S. Niroau.f Prow. ftnov1 m 1no'-lm.1 JOHN: A. MERIUTT '_CQ", ,Constpee.J Consignee..wT .

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THE* .- PEN-SACOLA ;*jaU-R- ?N:AL, -W!; D N ESD*> ... v Y-M* ** 0 RN, IMG,.DEC* f-E M B ER: 1 9r: ',1906. C PAGE SEVEN..1 .-..; 4 4h.114

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. ;", ;-" ., You can do. almost

ff : I anything if you know how. You -- &ffnhtkli(

i ri I can get a good whiskey every Glencoeu- Br Arrived ss. Cooper.Yesterday.In,. ,New Yorkto

-time you take a drink." But J. A. Merritt Cleared$"Yesterday.Co.

there's a "know.'how. Twilight Br as. Morris, 1994, for Ma-
: : deira with 360,000 8 ft sawn timber; for FOR. THE AGED lr
Don't be with 4
any. Grangemouth with 85,232:: s ft lumber, it
.. thing that's handed out-usually 1.9300,41. s ft lumber.

The Boston Capitalists Will in a plain bottle, without a name. 1 VESSELS IN PORT. GrowthjfrFor

i FOR THE CHRISTMAS SEASON,' WHICH IS NOW It's always convenient to serve Menzele Steamships.Alfred :Cer as. jorgensen. 12S8

I Spend Millions in Developing this nameless kind-and there's 'j St. Vincent, to H. Baars & Co.
:[ FAST APPROACHING WE OFFER OUR TRADE Chatton Br ss. Lelsk. 2321. Buenos
more profit. Insist, on having Ayres to order. the
Power. MARK ROGERS and I Cycle. Br ss. Long 2227:: Rio Janlero to Young> 4
![ THE MOST PRACTICAL AND THE MOST SENSI- you'llget !Gulf Transit Co.Helstngburg ,
a real old whiskey of genuine Swed ES. SchrieL HZ 2.
Columbus. Ga., Dec. 18.-Boston Huelva to liTer Bros.
: aLE OF ALL CHRISTMAS GIFTS. ,:: :: :: :i ::iJi capitalists have, undertaken the hare merit.- Homl rg. Ger ss, Matthiesen. 14SS. THESE two extremes of
nessing of the falls of the Chattahoo- It's so good that'ou'UcaIlforit Rotterdam to the W. S. Keyser Co.
llornsund. Ger Behren, Ham- do demand
ss. 1609 certainly exactly those nourishing
chee River between Columbus and', again-and again. It's a great burg: to master. % t .
West Point. This of Barbrealt, Br ES, Low 1904, Buenos properties which to the .
i I project developing -i protection-make him serve you are conveyed system .z,
Ayres to the W. S. Keyser Co.
FOOT WEAR over 200,000 horse power, involving MARK ROGERS, then you get Homfels Ger es, Nieman 1475. West by Acme Malt Tonic. It is a splendid liquid f6od t '
Ij an outlay of millions of dollars IIartlepool to W. L. Wittich &. Co. 4
0 is now being pushed forward by the something that's wor Marian, Er as. Hogg. 12181. Faro to that does! not tax the digestion, but which conveys ., #
: What could make a Christi j Columbus Power Company combination .j thy of a name. Note master.
acceptable a. i Twilight'Br's?;: Morris 2260, Charlesto a maximum amount of nutrition in minimum bulk. :
of all the power companies along the smoothness and nto the W._S., Keyser Co.
i remembrance for the older members of I It IS purely vegetable and is recommendedand
mas : the river for twenty' miles above the 'S the delightful Ship ; highly
: bouquetof I Avant!, Nor 8!!''n. Anderson, 164S, London -
: the family than a pair of our Slippers. We've city., this fine whiskey. I to _'Fort widely practice by the best physicians
: Columbus is at the foot of the falls Ferreira. s_ Barros. SOB. Lisbonto
\ the
of the Chattahoochee -S. Served at all good paster. In land It IS invaluable for growing or undeveloped i
splendid showing of good style suit- River the : : <
: a every : Harbinger, Rus' si. 1399 Algoa Bayto ,
course of which for 34 miles above places-but you must I master. children, and for weak, listless, run-down
: able for every purpose.We've j here is marked by a series of the I ask: for it.:13&.B. Hildegard. Ger ship. Eolmdorf. 1610 for people in general.AT .
heaviest falls in the south. There are Bremen with 1,004,266 s ft :lumber for ,
at present three dams between Columbus I Brake with 175,917 s ft lumber. ALL CROGSTOSIS,OS DfilECT TROM< THE:
: Ingrid Nor ship L incell 1260 Ant- BEEWBET
I Christmas Footwear Galore and West Point all of which are werp to McK. Oerting & Co. >MADE >BY ACME BSEWEfO(X).. MACOX.:: CA. ,, .

I furnish within the power city to limits-many of manufacturing Columbus and'. j I, Lena.order.Ital ship Barks Tassara 1581. Londonto l I

+ enterprises here. w +I I Afredo Uruguayan Me. Malagas 9S7. '
: For Women: : It is now proposed to line the river "TIU Guar BIG HOWl Montevideo to H. xi. Thornton. 1 /
AlfhiU. Swed bk. Svensen. 1232. Dur
for twenty miles with factories by J ATLANTA I ban to master. a
: We've choice Dress ShoesFancy: Evening :. building dam after dam, as fast as 1 C. B. Wbidden. Br bk, Morrison. 349. r

Slippers and Ties. Many dainty Bow, Strap i' additional power' Is called for. This Guaranteed under the National Pure 'Co.Las Palmas to Southern States Lumber S

assures a supply of cheap power here Food and Drugs Act. t Campbell, Nor bk, Kausken, 1100.I : -
: and Pump effects, in White and Colored for a long time to come. Unlimited Stavanger to McK. Oerting & Co. BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANY ,
f faith in the future of this section ia I Charles Racine Nor bk. 1\aage, 152S, T. BEDWELL, PRES. AND MANAGER.
t Canvas, Patent Kids, Patent Colts, Black Kids, back of the investment.A I Genoa to master. Prepared to do a1r electrical I repairing en short notice. Ring phone 570 and a i
M. A. BAKER & CO. Chacma, Nor bk Jorgensen, 657; representative will calL W. T. Bidwell. President and Manager 205 S. Baylen rstreet
French Heels Cuban Heals. model water power plant locatedat Fleetwood to oiaer. :_#; 4
: Beaded Vamps, i Lover's Leap Falls is now equippedto MANUFACTURERS Gustaf Adolf Swed bk. Sjoberg. 1468 1
. Bremen to J. A. Merritt & Co.
supply 10,000 horse power, with six Seamless Turpentine Stills, Hereford Nor bk. Jensen 1380 Rosario
! rWe've giant water wheels each under a head to order.
For Men: of 40 feet At this plant which is buta Pensacola, Fla.All Helmdal. Nor bk. Hensen, 1354. Hun

i a fine line of Full Dress .Shoes in i few hundred for the new yards monster from the thereIs selected vana to Humberto order.Ingebiorg Span.. bk, 1111 Battle Ha- H. 0. DeSlLVA & COMPANY ; {

a dam 975 feet long and 55 feet Nor bk. Eld. 1250. East London -
i Button or Lace, Dull Kid Tops, Narrow Toes : wide.A to order. iBM B B BB iaBH i BBMaiMBHHMM BmBlBBBM ii ..BW.iHiKBBi>BiiiK
Isabel Browne. Rus bk Llndqulst. 1ML
: Moderate Last. large steam plant also supplies Hull to master.
or power for the present needs. Lover'sLean Kink Oscar II, Nor bk Johnson 762, I Building Material
Rosario to A'Zeltua. >
t You can't if you try, make more sensible or.more i Falls, the most beautiful sightin Lila Nor bk, Aanonsen, 1030. Santoa
this section of the South, now t0 erder.Lysglint. L Shingles and Slate for Roofing
+ acceptable Christmas Gifts! than Footwear. transformed into a part of a large mill Nor bk. Hansen: 1323, Swakop- #
a mund to McK. Oerting & Co.
, f village, are Included in the rights Macca. Nor bk. Drammond 995 for Patent Plaster Store Fittings
Holiday Display. (
Come see our splendid I IS
I bought up by the Columbus Power Buenos Ayres, with 11,622 bbls rosIn. p
. Work Tested aDd Guaranteed. Marta Get bk. French 1922. Kings
Company together with two
other new Writ ns tor prices, W. en interest 700.MCMILLAN Lynn to'master. Everything for House Building F
companies. Marina Madre Ital' bk. Simonetta

i Boston Shoe Store |i it Revolutionaries Arrested. London 146 NeoOMJ, Genoa to,A.Nor bk.order.Ojerdsen', 1128- -, East Repairs.The hand -

Moscow Dec .-Thirty membersof .
BROSTCO Olivart, ltal bk, .Costa, Genoa to order -
the revolutionary fighting organization --- E
t were arrested to-day in the Bas- Ophelia. Nor bk, Larsson 1127. Bahla
Fashionable Foot Fitters. \ \ Blanca to Gulf Transit Co.
manoff quarter. Large stocks of tpriUfACNl1o
arms ?I IP Pallas. Nor bk. Johnson 1219 Ply
and ammunition and booms werd mouth to A Z*>llus. i
: 117 S. Palafox Street. Phone 690. \ ; seized. Phyllis Nor f2a e1s0n, 932, Belfastto
McK. Co.
? bhMARLTREPORT Robert Scrafton Nor bk Morthensen. Best Book for Christmas
:1141M < < 664 Barbadoes to McKenzie Oerting &

------- [ WARRINGTONSpecial : ] Co Superb Nor bit Ullch. 1S34. Antwerp S, ai
to A. Zelius & Co.
< gos Teresa to Rix Urugr M. Robinson.bk. Katrado. In:. Clenfue- Giving is a Bank Book I

Unlac. Port bk Cachln 891, Rio Janlero -

A GOOD SIDEWALK to Dec.The 18 Journal.Warrington. -Mr. Louis to master.Schooners.. -

Higgins came home very unexpectedly Doris Am sch, Eastman, 310 Havanato J.
J. A. JJerritt & Co. '
last week much to the delight of Donna Christina, Am sch. McLeod 165, Open an account in our Savings Department" -

relatives. and friends.Mr. Belize to master.Barkentines.AnanwQde. with a Dollar or more and put it in the 1
: and Mrs. Alvin McLellan are
Orres the most ordinary property an appearance of sub Am bktn. Grace, 564, Man-
stantial value. A poor one can ruin the effect of the'.handsomest In Montgomery for the holidays.Mr. : canille to master. 'i' Christmas stocking. It will prove a wonderful -
house and grounds. You don't want any ragged and Mrs. Yogel"and son, Richard = ( T TNAVAL Beatrice Ital bktn Marchen, Savona to ,
edges to your property. have gone to Port Royal, S. C., master Tnyra.' Dan bktn. Rasmunsen. :260.: Bar- incentive to save money instead of spend- ,

Among good sfdewalks a well laid concrete one is easily to spend Christmas with Mrs. Vogel'sparents. badoes to order. ing it carelessly here and there.OF ,
beet Lasts longer, costs less for repairs and adds an alt of .
solid dignity and worth. The grim reaper death, came Into STORE '

We lay such sidewalks and back every one with our guar our midst last Friday morning and Savannah. Ga. Dec. 18.-Tb naval [ ST.'ANDRE\'US. i
antee. May we estimate on yours! plucked one of Warrington's' sweet- stores market closed to-day: as follows: 1 1st.

est little flowers, in the form of the., WW WXS ..I..6....;..........................115 85
five months old babe of Mr.'and Mrs N .............._.....................100 '
Pensacola Cement Stone Company Agustus Crosby. Their friends extend M ?............;......;................550.. : Andrews, Dec. 17.-Messrs.!
to them their deepest sympa K............... ...............".-...5 15 Earnshaw and Trousdale made a FIRST NATIONAL BANK
I ......... .......4 50 business trip (o Pensacola this week. :>t
H .;......" ; ...4 25
S. J. Harvey 1485. thy.Death again visited Warrington on O ........ .... ........c.........410 H. E. Brackin and Co. have sold
Manager. Telephone ? .ta.;
list Sunday night. This time claim- F ........................\..............405.410 their store property to Messrs. Holly PENSACOLA. FLA. sr j f

ing been Mr.sick William for a long Huggard time., Mr.who Hug-had C E p ::::::'::::::::::::::::::::::::.40a....:.401 begin and Peel a new who mercantile'will in the business.near future '"

66% to 67 cents. Mr. Steele, of Pensacola, l
little anda Spirits Turpentine was a
gard leaves a wife a son Designated Depositary of the United States. +
who deeply mourn visitor In tow this wee having :
.. ... ." '. .'.... ...... .. .. young Pensacola Cotton Market. to C;
.e.'b ." ." '- his loss.' Mr. Huggard died at ,the The following Pensacola cotton quota- come on a prospecting- trip Pana- t
home of his father-in-law Mr James tions are furnished by J. P. Conner &; ma city. 1i' ,
Co.. F. O. B. cotton brokers Pentacola, Mr. Allen has the t' .
George purchased
Smallwood on Broadway street from W. H. Knowlcs. President. W. K. H-cr., Vice-President and Cainler. :
i ELECTRIC I which place the funeral was conducted Good Florida Middling: .......................1014 house now occupied by Mr. A. II. Thos. W. Brent, Ass't Cashier. Jr.. Roberta Ass't Cashier. T: I
; Tuesday afternoon. To Mrs. Hug; Strict Middling .......................10 Brake on Lake street and Intends Directors-F. C. Brent, W.A. Blount W. H. Knowles. W. K. dyer Jr. ,
extended the Middling .............................9Y>> moving into it from the Sheppard D O.
FRt'E FREE' gard and the family are Strict Low Middling .................. 8% the Brenti
in nearfuture.
condolences their many friends. Low Middling .............eo......... 8% cottage : ; ,
i SIGNS Roland Maguln is quite sick with Mr. Wineman, the new Methodist j 1
= .1 typhoid fever. minister, who is to serve this church e I

) Mr. Ed Higgins is at home again TEACHERSATTENTION during the coming year arrived on
the Wednesday trip of the Tarpon. ,
His many friends are giving him a
.. It 'WIll take: only a zero to represent all_ the harm warm welcome as this is the first daughter.Born to Mr. and Mrs. Conley a r- Would like a Savings Account For a : '
I time he has been home since the The Public Schools throughout the '
t ever done by Electric Signs; but it would take many fleet was here Jast county will dose on Friday evening Miss Nettie Rose is on the sick list Christmas Present It's a Common SenseTho' }j
Mr. and Mrs. Donnelly Glover's little Dec, 21st, and will begin work againon this week. ; .
: figures to indicate the good they've done. Have you son is quite sick again. Wednesday morning Jan. te$, 19&1. Mr. O. M. West left Tuesday via R I "l

) learned to be sign-wise? i The Euchre Club met with Mrs. Teachers are requested to make up Raj-head for Chicago to bring his ?Novel Proposition : ;
f Muller last Wednesday and was and forward their monthly reports family here, who will occupy their .
Ask to have our representative call and show you : greatly enjoyed by all present Mrs. promptly after Dec. 21st inst., but winter"home, "The Poems" In Old i' 0
Ed Higgins won the first prize, Mrs, same must be dated Dec. 31st. Town. You can open an account for anyone 1 4
i designs. Tel. 106. Y Vogel the second and Mrs. Hayne. the N. B. COOK, Our townsman, Tom Clarkson Is i
We will furnish the PassBook
third. Mrs. A. Hirschkovitz entertains County Superintendent home for the holidays.Pure. you like. d '
: i iiL the club this week. Dec 163ts. with the name and any amount 't"

Escambia County t Electric I Light I & Power Co. the:Miss home Eliza of Wynn her sister is quite, Mrs.sick Hugh at INCREASE FOR I you, wish to deposit entered thereon. J f'
J s
'' : Simmons. Also Home or Pocket Bank, if desired. t ,

thousand, cotton Mass.mill, Dec.operatives 18.-Thirty ofNew AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK : H

England have received'an ad- I
,, T vance in wages or the promise of an I I OPERA HOUSE BUILDING !! ,1

High Grade American advance at an early date. At Lowell compound Interest at 4 per cent every three months In our Savings f"t':: t.We t.
jWbiskT seventeen thousand were Department.J. .
1 five per cent. if 1
Portland Cement Buy It is estimated that by .January 1 food ___ ,
one hundred and seventy-five thou ; ;:1
will S. REESE. R. M. CART J. VT. DORR. W. K. QUItfA i.
a in New England
HARD WALL PLASTER. KEYSTONE LIME, ACME sand operatives President -Pratdrnt
DOUBLE FLINT COATED ASPHALT ROOFING PELT 1,2. ,U 4 be receiving an advance ranging from opiE' BANK OF P'sA iA-Casnlr.: :
AND a-PLY, FIRE BRICK, etc. five to ten per cent. j THE .
Ef: to state that we are now in shape to make deliverieson oldH' CAPITAL $100,000. ._ ... .
has the liver quits -you, it's a >k i
That When
our of your
Parthenon J. .1. 1IOOTOX, .11. M. CART. L. J. REEVES, f :fi
.X mighty bad feeling for the time. Wl A. D-ALEMBEBTE. J. S. REESE W. DeC. KKSSLZK. lA l-.
reputation s
j Pure White Portland Cement. Don't return quick unless you wake General Banking Business Transacted and Accounts Solicited/ Ships' Disburanents i-,
given S pedal Attention. t
It up and sometimes sleeps mighty ai:

Iasrantrcd to pass the specifications of the United States for Purity. sound. L. L. L. (Lamar's Lemon 1 1 'I
Army Engineers!: American Society of Civil Engineers etc. Laxative) Is the best "caller" you've 1
\rci4l1ects! Contractors and Block Manufacturers will ; of-makes no fuss about It,
P]:ease: member the variety of high-class results that can Itisjustaseasytose- heard KED THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK ,
BK CAourv from the use of Pure White Portland Cement the article loes not disturb you.
Immediate deliveries for carloads and small lots made cure pure r All druggists SOc. I' #t 1: '
from our stocks Montgomery). Pensacola Birmingham andaO for the same money that you
!! direct -
from mill. : Scarf Pins Cheap.
TOUT coUect telegram will get our prices on small lots t for the adulterated If A General Banking l u.Jnua'o a Safe and Conservative t-t ; :
Into the ad of '
wu! as carload loU. .An error crept big : Bad i' ,
Pure Whfafcy is what you J. F. Davis last' Sunday, quoting < t 1 1..

Carolina Portland Cement Co., want, ask for .J. si' 41'I.I"JESSE ; scarf been'pins$1.00 at instead.'$4.00. This Mr.should Davis have, of TOP Correspondence- 'Soliclted--R. M. Bushnell. Cashier. i s

F _: !
Atlanta, Ga. MooRE"uAAn course has a large stock of scarf pinsat ,'
$-1.00 and more, but it was his In- -- : : jIt.
tention to advertise his popular one '
I N. GOLDRING. dollar pins as a, leader.r .. !I L. CART. President JNO. B. MASSET. .eretal7. t

ELECTION OF DIRECTORS BIOS WANTED. DISTRIBUTOR.PCNSACOLA Escambla Lodos No. 15. F. 4 A. M.Special 1 RYEcmcMtKn.0. aA..Fl. dz:, CO. .k
Th, annual election of Bids will be,received by the Board, of FLA. communication of Escamfei I.
of directors Public Works of the City of Pensacola l& No. IS r. ft
the Lode A. Wholesale and Retail Outer' In Steam,
Citizens National Bank of Pensa- until Monday. January tl. 1907. for the *U win bT held wedneedayevening. Domestic. Anthratlte and Blacksmith COA L -
I'mla, Till be held at the offices of said construction.of a Concrete Sidewalk and. c December 19, at 7.SO Office: 43 S.. Palafex St. Telephone H. .. .
Work in II. M. de.Free. ;
side of the in accordance Handled OonxtlezStreets.
haul Curb on the east plaza Exclusively by- '' Yard: Comer Tarragona and '"
,:- with specifications on file in THE GEM SALOON;; Invited. Vlslttnc C. D.brethren BEYER 'J'ERJiiiAiD' SONS Yard phone"6 and 372. 1I
\ :i the hours the board of Public Work The Board ternsJlv tra.I'[ WESTJlfJJlERa I
J:1.: of 10 a. m and 4 p.9decoaw4w bids.reserves the- right. to reject 7s1eC0tlslw.any and all Riera & Schad, Props. W. O. DAILET Secretary, ? W. LOUISVILUI\Y. !


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Roman Church May Be .
; \ ; 4 from the East where he fortunate!
it' : Greatly Strained. i ;:Ji\S\f' {HHH' ; was very | j

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I 1'll, FEELING OF UNREST THAT PRE. ii A v Y."k w t+ 4 .3 f securing among other things four lots of iii !;f j

Gloves in the Newest Styles VAILS THE IN WORLD MANY-THE SECTIONS FRENCH OF ,i i : Men's Fine Suits at greatly reduced prices, t|i


' We handle only the 'acknowledged leaders in TROUBLES MASONS. CHARGED TO FREE Ii'I.;! A -' 4te and they go promptly on our counter at !|l:

; Glovedom in all the newest shades and styles. I% ftS15.75
f' i" t -_ }11 V \ -e$ the same great ('reduction* ;=
J.' Gloves 50c to $2.00. By A. W. Pearce.
" Rome Dec. 18.-It begins to appearas
.j Make fine Christmas Gifts. ii f
though stormy times are awaitingthe Double-Breasted
Vatican. Theological expertstocoin One lot in Gray
an expressive phrase--are saying ** reg812 75 Mj
if that the whole organization and system ular $18 Suit, for this week !
I THE JOHN WHITE STORE of the Roman Catholic church are i ,
likely to be subjected to a strain more
severe than they have experiencedsince Iii f -$ One lot in Black Unfinished Worsted ;J!
the great trials and tempests of
1 Specialists in Men's and Boys' Wear the Reformation. This it should be regular $20 Suit, for this week at II
explained is not the fault of the
Phone 225 205.207.S.PALAfOXij church it is not the fault of the ad- i

ministration. of affairs as now carriedon. ", ii' ', >> One lot in Fancy Worsted very swell :i
If it must be charged up against 819 1.75
anything it is to be charged up againstthe 'k' $27.50 Suitforthis week
.......o............................,............... general feeling of unrest which IIi regular 4 \*
prevails in so many' 01 the countries

J i 2 or this the world.feeling of And unrest for the, almost prevalenceof world in >>: One lot Black Thibet extra fine all silk lined, ':

FOR A LADIES BEDROOM i wide as it appears to be it would be
manifestly unfair to hold the .pope. or !! good range sizes, in both double Qftft 7C :
his cardinals

<< : Some to of find the the theological greatest experts menace profess to bi t and single breasted, $30 Suit for V fa I Q J

'; i There's-no one article of actual need and appreciation : the authority of the church In the

.i in my ladies' bedroom than a pretty dresser. i growing matter tide what of socialism.the periods Heretoforeno of storm Drop in and look these Suits over. ,

Our and stress-even during the darkest ;
.. hours of.the reformation period the / ;;
Pope could always rely upon a large

i PRINCESS DRESSER | laborers percentage of of that the penod workingmen may if be the so ryrlaMei
Watson Parker 6 Reese
, styled for the purpose of making- the i ay. z.. Company i iit ?
parallel plain. The Catholic church ICfILOSS IeROS. rt
has always been strongest among the riM aol .* Maker
; : i Serves as dressing table and dresser-has J P:
, long poor-is strongest among the poor BaUimer and New y. "Everything to :

i mirror, low table and drawers, $18, $25, $30, $35. ? even socialistic to the present day.which But has the >> w. :t .)? "' P ??U ""*-\r \( -Hit ':\1- -
propaganda It iV ? FiK F'tiK IF.4 Ni iF X +ildi Xy .
xK ir 1aY : > X -
i *rp *T' 3CrVitTt tJ -7TrTt'r'i-ff7t-* >z *-f nrTFr f"rj*; C*
, Give One For a Christmas Present. swept over so many of the European *"#* t4 i >JM *7 i7 l$T '1t 'Hfl M HH'1f 1f'l* .'f ,, ..*:_.: ,
f countries appears to take into its
i ranks, all of the poor al.nost'without -
r i -- i exception. Indeed it is the boast of I many sores-perhaps a condition of ChrIstmas
the international socialists that the affairs akin to that caused by the fact
[ : MARSTON & QUINA great middle class is rapidly becoming that Father McGlynn adhered to the ARRESTS MA'DEfOn BOOKSJUST
f I wiped out of existence and that soon cause of Henry George and the singletax FruitsThis
there will be only the very poor and movement in New, York City a
,: | 108/110 S. Palafox St. Phone 149. Pensacola, Fla. the very rich. And it is argued that quarter of a century ago' in oppositionto
s the socialists will get 99 per cent of churchly authority.. It was years THE THINGS '
is the to FOR CH":TMAS
i ..............,....................................: the very poor and that they will, out and years before the friction caused VEnY place buy GIFTS!
number the so-called exploiting classesten by this event healed over, even here your Fruits, Oysters, Can- Classic works; full limp o
to one. These arguments are In Rome itself.
': form one of the requirements of life. used merely for the purpose of mak- Next to France where the contest dies, Fire Works, etc., for the $1.00 per handsomely volume, and boxed durably, via: beat
i Yours will always be clean if you ing plain the situation just as it appears between the local authorities and the holidays. Prices reasonable. Vicar \Vakefield..
t C I aan C I 01 h as send them to to-day from the point of viewof church authorities is going on all the nOBBEHYI Legend of Sleepy Hollow.
many persons who have given their time the storm center. today would G. P. Deserted Village.Gray's .
a. The New Method Laundry entire lives to the study of topics akin appear in Spain. For while the Caparisos, Elegy,
PHONE 118$ E. W. LAWRENCE. Prop. New Method Laundry BIf; W. RJ.UU: SI to these. groundwork has perhaps been laid fora and
! Cor. Tarragona and Intendencla Sts. Rab his friends.
AGENTS WANTED.. The Free Masons.A greater struggle In Germany lateron Sonnets from the Portugese.
I great many lovable Catholics are it is in Spain where the latest I And this beautiful $1.50; line, decorate

I\ ..............4...r...............1NN......N.Nf .... which disposed the to church charge has the recently trouble through passedin troubles statesmen have in broken Spain out, re constantly The ,Liberal I Three of the Guns Stolen KNOWLES BROS. Gilded silk binding boxed:

; Value of Cheerfulness by Ella Whee.aWilcoJt. :
f the Republic of France and through seeking to impress upon the mind from' Window Are Also : Insurance.FIRE .
I o which it is now passing in countries of the young King that there is an'alliance Value of Simplicity by Mary M. Bar-
: GAS ARC LAMP FOR STORE i possessing a more autocratic form of there between the church:authorities Recovered. LIFE, ACCIDENT, MARINE. rows.
gO'iernment-Spain. Austria, Hungary, and the Canists and the Re General Agents of Value of Friendship by F" lens
Rumania Bulgaria Servia and in actionaries., Undoubtedly there is-a Lawrence Knowles.
i LIGHTING $7.00 fact, all of the Balkan states-up to tendency to exaggerate those,thingsnot ; := The EquitableLIFE Value of Love by Louise C-ani.
i the ancient and the old time enemyof one half the reports> here 'The police authorities who have ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF NEW Moulton. .
in to the situation in $i and $1.60.Poems '
. the church of Rome-the Free 'regard Spainare YORK. .
been working for several weeks In an I in padded leather binding! alI
of credence-but the LIb-
worthy I I
Masons. And when the word "Free 309; South Palafox Street.
i : | The better lighted the store the better the t Mason" is used in this connection it eral statesmen are clever and.unscrupulous effort to locate the parties who robbed $ and $1.50.Bibles .
should be understood that it has a enough to use these things the show window of the Ayeryjlard-; : 4. Hymnal., leather bin: :;
: 0 goods may be seen by the persons who meaning entirely foreign to the mean- against the Vatican. And the young ware Company of between nine and.a overlapping edges; different tar" *'-

! enter your store "just a looking around," or i ing used by lodges of that order in king Alfonso XIII, remembering that I dozen fine shot guns have under arrest prices. '
i with the intention England 'and America. The rude an anti-Liberal policy cost his kingdom I three who are held as Standard author In sets at f"-
of negroes
buying and don't forget
I organizations which have for cen Cuba and the Philippines is said to IZS per set.
! that the crowd follows light. turies existed in' the south of Eu- have'determined to be liberal rather j I I dangerous and suspicious characters Plan to Spend Some of Your Ch'+st' "
I 2 rope have little In common with the than reactionary in all of his movements I and who are alleged to be implicated Money With Me.
! .s order of which the King of Englandis cost what it.wilL. Accordingly I I in the cutting of the plate glass window
, the head. But no matter whethersome the war declared by the liberals I and stealing the guns.
t Pensacola Gas : of these off shoots from Free against the claims of the religious or-I 1 I One of the parties Is a negro woman
Company Masonry are responsible for some of ders to independence of the civil while" the two others are men. Someof HARRY T. HOWLAND,
j : | Phone 148. 24 27 | the agitation which has been carriedon power and against the control by the the guns were found in the homes!
E. Garden Street.
against,the priests and the bishopsor priests in the educational sphere has of the and have been Identi I q Manager De Luna Book ScreD .
; .O ........................... ...$.................. not the tact remains that the agitations minister_ I fied. The negroes arrests were made by Marshal Luna St.. Phone 149):
1I do exist. And the Vatican: has Frank and Special Officer Kelly_
1stS I at times been extremely troubled at has declared that in the*doming Cortes who are still working on the case obtaining
I! the way. things have been going in 1 I evidence against the parties .
some of the greater cities of France I whom they have arrested. UPTO'DATEHOLIDAY
and the Latin Union countries. At the .
Remember Hat Critical in Germany.The .

11 ( Make more critical situation stage has perhaps in Germany reached thanin a SKATING THE BOARD OF

any other European country for the
reason that the growth of socialismhas PUBLIC SAFETYADOPTS
been more pronounced there than RINK :
! elsewhere. fTo those who rememberthe
or Mars the Appearance days of the older Bismarck it GIFTSFOR
seems almost impossible that even a
I friendly understanding could exist be- Friday Night, Dec. 21st. I MAYOR'S SUGGESTION AS WING HOP & CO. '..IE .
tween the German and the 1TO
i Importers and Dealers In
Fancy Vests. New Style n
Vatican. Only a few have .
years las Silk: Reefers and Huff'
I elapsed since the priests were being SOME SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS. ,. I ; /CATCHER FOR EXTRA Chinese and Japanese Fancy Suit Cases and In.
If you get it here your driven out of the country. with,the,authority GRAND RAINBOW MARCH INFANCY f Goods. chiefs. Individual boxes oth of s..
appearance WORK.At Surrenders aDd lots of r
of German Kaiser in far
Aicent for the C kbratid::
will be all right. Experience worse fashion than they are being '.i I Handkerchiefs Embroidered ,Caneen Ivory Crepe, Chinaware.Shawls
treated today In France.. But those Toy. Fireworks Silk and Linen t.s.STOME
has who got a glimpse; of. things behind DON'T FAIL TO SEE IT. the regular meeting of the Boardof Embroidery Goods; Dress Goods by
: taught us just the particular the scenes in the Chancellories' of Public Safety held Monday night, the'yard.
I Europe do not hesitate to say that the recommendation of the mayor that t,f Fine Imported Teas, Etc. THE HABERDASHER:

'I style each man requires. there Vatican is a working and the agreement Kaiser; betweenthe for the Admission, lOc. Skating 25c extra the stock catcher be allowed fifty 31 S. Palafox Street, Pensacola, Florida. 222 South Palates Street,
cents per head for stock placed in
suppression of Socialism. The Kaiseris
pound between the hours of 6 p. m.,' Telephone 1461.
being forced to rely more and more ,
I: Stetson Soft Stiff $3.50 cure year by the year enormous upon the Clericals appropriationsfor to se- H BMBBDon't i I|i and salary 6 a.of m.|40 in per addition month to was his adopted.regular

or his pet projects of large army (I This recommendation was made to Christmas C. V. THOMPSON
and navy-things which are being [I the council,,owing to the fact that
fought in all legitimate ways possibleby ForgetTO :there' Is considerable complaint regarding Table LinenLaundered THE STATIONERNo.
the workingmen and the Socialistsof I stock running at large within
!i t Others $1.00 up. his realm. Just what the effect GET the limits of the city and that body 30 South Palafox St. .
f I after giving its approval referred the New Style Holiday Papateries.Pan
will be upon the minds of the workingmen and other Novelty Fur
of Continental Europe If it recommendation to the Board of Paper, Napkins and Shelf Par'
Give a hats;pair of shoes or suit I should become apparent that the Popeis XmasCakesl Safety. I On the day.of all days Christmas Stay Novelties.Cards.Tiny Post eno'ow-a Cards! It
working with the crowned heads of, The extra compensation allowed the Bags, Gent
' Europe In this way It is difficult to. We Have the Bet In Town. stock catcher is for employing helpto and for"the Christmas and irill.tFIdd
'I of clothes for ,Christmas gift. say for the reason that never before catch stock,. and also for extra dinner; the table linens Look over our sto I has the church ranged itself squarelyon FRUIT CAKE A SPECIALTY, I hours that he may serve at night after -
and etoe in the
the side of the rulers and against' everything Eating Line.. working the required number of hours should be spotlessly
i 'the poorer classes. Indeed the Catholic during the day. clean and white.
church has been bitterly accusedof Refreshment of all kinds. snowy
" caring insanely for the poor by Its Prices always reasonable. do yours. Chris Pfeifler's BakeryHe
H. ANSON arch enemies-men like Renan. Opposite Postofflce. Phone 134.Nick's no rrJ Jo paws m* maramoAoS aqi will make a spc ':*'
If a Conflict.In measures dealing with associationsand The Star Steam
the event of a square conflict providing for a revision of the of, Mixed Cakes, 1'1H,
CASH CHOTHIER.Palafox between the 4,000,000 Socialists of Germany .. Place Concordat of 185L And this It will Laundry Cakes Fruit Cakes. I-"' "'
and the Vatican and the Kaiser be remembered is the precise Issue
and Main. It is difficult to determine just what. which is responsible for the bloodlesswar 37 E. Garden, St. Phone 114Pen.u and Candies for ('hri-' :
the final result might be, even. if there N o. .2. I now.being carried on between the and ; "
l should be no resort to arms. Certainly -i I Vatican and the government of Ja, Fla. Corner Hayne )j
,the,situation could not fail to:leave I I4f. France. .Sts., Phony 1429.'if .



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