The Pensacola journal

Material Information

The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title:
Daily journal
Alternate title:
Pensacola news-journal
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
Mayes & Co.
Creation Date:
December 20, 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
30.433333 x -87.2


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.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1898.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item. Users of this work have responsibility for determining copyright status prior to reusing, publishing or reproducing this item for purposes other than what is allowed by fair use or other copyright exemptions. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions may require permission of the copyright holder. The Smathers Libraries would like to learn more about this item and invite individuals or organizations to contact Digital Services ( with any additional information they can provide.
Resource Identifier:
000373755 ( ALEPH )
16280864 ( OCLC )
ACB2955 ( NOTIS )
sn 87062268 ( LCCN )

Related Items

Succeeded by:
Pensacola news
Succeeded by:
Pensacola news journal


This item has the following downloads:

Full Text
,, >.
-...... : '"
-- .
> -



THE WEATHER. Fair and warmer Thursday;:&iday! rain;'variable', becoming south and lresh. .

Get in touch : ;: :; ;;; :
T -

sea Use with dersdatl aJournal 25000( y W ant Ad ''W"b e 'J. tnaIa: 'J' ), "onnB:I. 19 era first 9:a was Dally months for, Cir the of 5 848 <4 ?r.,"; '

:::= .




MUTINY From President Relative to J

OF After Hearing the Evidence ;
E lOW Discharge of Colored NO EMBARGO

Troops of Twenty- Governor Notified..,that Ves- Judge Carter Orders the ; -

.: sel Will Be at Pensa- .1
G GARRISON Fifth Infantry. < i < L Jury to Verdict j"t f :

Preponderance of Reasoning I '- cola from Jan 31 ONFREIGHT For Plaintiffs. '

to Feb. 9. I_ I Ia
favor of Increase Not-
I Senator Foraker Asked ThatIt
Ecuador Soldiers
Revolt and
Defeatof Not a Resident of Precinct
Run Amuck Because Be Referred to Military -.. Cruiser Panther Will Call at Declared by. C. of G., But 12 Which He fs.t =

the Bill."Extras" Represented i
Committee.ACTION the-'Road Cannot Yet 5. i
Had Not
They Been Key West, But at No in Council. i ;

Paid Other GulfPort. Handle Offerings.By t.i
Allowed Virtually RELATIVE, TO THE MATTER \
Amount to By Associated Press CRUISER BREMEN J t CALLED AT Associated Press. PROVE THAT MR.
Guayquil, Ecuador Dec. 19.-Re- -TWO HUNDRED PENSION ti Savannah, Dec. .-The Central of D'ALEM.
the Salary. ports were received here today that PENSACOLA TWO YEARS AGO Georgia Ry. denied to-day that last BERTE'S REMOVAL FROM PREW
garrison Loja mutined on De- night it had placed an embargo
cember 15 because.they had receivedno AND, THE OFFICERS AND MEN CINCT WAS ONLY TEMPORARY,
THEMEOF against all freight except livestock
ONE CONGRESSMAN pay for sixty days. j
OF '
INSTANCE The troops abandoned the barracks CLARK-IN THE, HOUSE.By HAVE MANY FRIENDS IN THIS and highly perishable goods that com BUT WITHOUT SUCCESS..

WHO SAVED TEN THOU- after killing three of the officers ran CITY-MANY ENTERTAINMENTS Into the city over connecting lines. PLAINTIFFS PROVED HE
through the streets firing in all directions The notice also says that it will J>e A. H. D'ALEMBERTE.points OFtiFERED
SAND DOLLARS DURING FOUR .pillaged stores and houses, PLANNED. TO PURCHASE '
Associated Press. six or seven days before the road is PROPER.
HE DID IT- killing .25' persons, and wounding Washington; Dec 19.-A. lively debate offerings
YEARS. AND others. -t tBy In a position to handle effected on the road will not be received TY IN OTHER PRECINCTS.
followed the reading of the presi by the notice. It Is further until the congestion in the local
ANOTHER SPENDS TWICE THE Colonel Paez, commanding the government dent's message dealing with his action Associated Press. said unofficially, that shipments from yards Is abated. '
forces has gone to restore in dismissing the negro troops, Washington Dec 19.-Baron von
SALARY FOR CAMPAIGN EXPENSES quiet. three companies of the Twenty-fifth Sternberg, the German ambassador, According to the verdict of the

ALONE.By Colonel Serrano occupied Santa Infantry in ,the Senate to-day. Mr. has advised the state department that !jury rendered shortly after 9 o'clock

Rosa without resistance the rebels retreating Foraker want i the message sent to two German cruisers will visit SECRETARIES HITCHCOCKAND ; last night, A. H. TJAlemberte, who ..
toward the
frontier. southern February
ports during January 1
the military committee for action
i has been alderman from precinct No. i
and March.
William Wolff Smith. mere, but; on objection oy Senator: 12,,Is no longer eligible to 'represent. :
The Panther will be at Key West
Washington, Dec. 19.-There were morrow.Clay action was'postponed until to- from J January 6 to' 10; the Bremen WILSON ON THE RACK that precinct In the City CounciL The 4

many good arguments against an in- SECOND e GAME.OF1THE The pension calendar was clearedby at,Galveston from January 21 to 29, -,. verdict of the jury which was rendered .
crease m the salaries of members cf 1
at Pensacola from January 31 to Feb-
the passage of more than two hun- according to instructions from
congress but in the opinion of your 9 and at Tampa February 11 to
correspondent, the preponderance of ,dred private pension bills. ruary Sharply Criticised by Special Senate Committee for Ac- the court ousts the alderman from ysa'

reasoning is In favor of the increase, Time Killing in House. 28.The governorsof the several states the office which he had been hoMIng

aothwrthstandms the proposition has T E CHURCH Washington, Dec 19.-In the house to be visited have ,been notified. tion in Illegally Withdrawing Four Million Acres for nearly two years and unless soma '
been defeated. During the years I today the trivial question of addfnga --:.- 1. other proceeding Is instituted by tha .. '
lave been stationed here I have had Much Satisfaction Here.
clerk to the enrolling force killed of Indian Ter. Lands From Allotment. defendant the City Council will be
some considerable experience with time but Representative Clark The anouncement that the German
members of the lower house. Ope of an opportunity gave to inveigh against cruiser Bremen is to visit this port called upon to fill the vacancy. r. '
them Is worth relating.A what he termed the "senseless Christ next month to remain for more than By Associated Press., I Senator Teller of the committee I Some months since a quo warranto
member from Indiana secured the LEAGUELineUP mas holidays." a week will givei much satisfaction Washington Dec.. 19.Avowingthe !then declared: "You have no right to proceeding was instituted by citizens '
nomination from an overwhelmingly in Pensacola. It :known that the suspend operation of statute I
When roll call disclosed the absence was withdrawal from allotment of a one residing In precinct No. 12. This l
republican district. He therefore had cruiser would visit the port but the. minute." Senator Clark (Wyoming;) pro-
of Cannon
Speaker saw in
quorum Dearly four million acres of land !,
substantially no campaign the uselessness of a call of the house date was somewhat :uncertain.The Long: and Brandegee united in con- ceeding as its motive the ousting ::
"two term" district and he the Indian Territory belonging to the of the alderman from office c '
was a which to o'clock. vessel has visited Pensacola >demnation of the action. upon the
adjourned one
served four years returning to his of the Two Basketball Previous to the Clark episode Mr. .upon a former occasion and the of- five tribes;, but protesting that the]I Turning to Secretary Wilson Sena- ground that he was not eligible to :

borne with something over $10,000 he LltUefield endeavored, to secure con ficers and men have many friends action was in the Interests of the tor Long asked his authority and the hold the position of alderman from r : :
\-j saved while here. That would Teams That Are to sideration of a bill requiring all cor- r here who will gladly greet them upon Indians, Secretaries. Hitchcock and secretary replied that he had not
precinct No. 12 by of the fact
x,m to prove that it is a profitable porations engaged In inter-state com- their return after an absence'of two j Wilson explained their action before looked for one, but that he believed reason i '
:bmg to be a member of congress.But ,Play To-Night. merce to make returns to the Inter II years. I the special senate committee to-day. I d i,it would be better for the Indian than that he was not a resident of the
how did he do it? He traveled state Commerce Commission. Mr. the cruiser is 'to come direct to. Secretary Hitchcock said he had to turn his land Into a game preserve. precinct, and had not resided in it

'\Mere antf back on passes, bringing his Clark again interposed and it went Pensacola from Galveston, stoppingat asked the agricultural department to He said the resolution was taken after since his election to office but that ., '
roe and daughters. Thus his mile- I over. none of the other gulf ports en report upon the request of Jack Gordon -: solicitors of the department had. de- he was a resident of another precinct.The .
je more than paid the traveling exposes Two fast teams representing thGadbden 'route and' will rein here until' of Paris Texas and others, that cided In Its favor and then declared: Case Set for TriaL v y
: of all of them. During the Street Methodist and the February" 9th, during which time the they be permitted buy two hundred "It's:''np to you. gentlemen whetheryou ,
i? ion they lived in a vary modest Presbyterian churches will play a APPOINTMENTS OF officers and men will be entertained thousand acres for' a game preserve. take' It or not." When the papers in the case were
boarding house'! and in a very frugalInner. :game of basket ball 'to-night in the at many functions. The forest service of the department I Senator Clark declared it was presented to Judge Carter some'r
!!::\ The daughter was' enrolled i gymnasium of the Y. M, C. A. build I made an adverse report"* and asked "up to the secretary of the Interior to months since he announced that the
B HK private secretary which gave ing. The game will be the second to flAt CONFERENCE I that the lands be withdrawal for for!(do as the law tells him to do." case would be heard in Peniacola on '
'S5 family $1.200 a year additional occur in the city this season and the est reserve. Secretary Hitchcock said After Chief Forester Pinchot had
each member is allowed $125 a year second of the series arranged by the that in granting this request he had been heard Senator Clark speakingfor December 19, and yesterday morning ;
':!f stationery which he can draw in various teams of the church leaguein I MAILS ARE NUWOECOMINC only temporarily suspended the.opera his three conferees said: "Secre It was called. A jury to hear the .. .
'"h, if he prefers. Thi3 member connection with the Y. M. C. A. secured follows
'STATIONS ASSIGNED TO THE tion of the law for the purpose of de- tary Hitchcock should not take thirty testimony was as :
'rok his! allowance in cash and u3 d The plays of the teams contesting termining the best interests of the minutes in telegraphing orders to per J. A. Kirkpatrick, P. D. DeVine, D.
11' stationery of the committee to tonight are all experienced players, MOST PROMINENT MINISTERSFOR Indians. J mit the allottment to proceed" M. Henderson Harry Caplain J. W. Y
vblch he was assigned. His books some of them having been seen for 1
.1.J! papers were franked to and from several seasons in local games. Both COMING YEAR.T Sutherland and James Nix.
la house by mall or express. During teams have been practicing hard for Blount & Blount appeared for the t
'be!: recess of congress he practiced the game and it is ,expected that MANY LIVES LOST IN I defendant and R. P. Reese and Jones t

!1n: 'vhlch paid his living expenses at they will prove ,to be very evenly The Florida conference of the & Pasco for the plaintiffs and the

Vme Being a member of congress matched. They will line up as fol- Methodist Episcopal church, South, examination of witnesses was com
[ Y
:p had no postage to pay. Thus his lows: HA DISASTER
has just adjourned at Palatka STEAMBOAT menced. Twenty-three witnesses were
income can be set down as follows: Presbyterians -, Laney, center; made by I Ron
among appointments the stand during the
Sa'arv! $.>,000: clerk hire allowance Lewis, right forward; Barrow captain among
Bishop Morrison the ,following are them being Dr. C. F. Marsh A. V. '
V daughter; : $1.200: stationery (cash) left forward; Roberts, right -
r 1221 the stations assigned the most prom- Clubbs, Chas. II. Turner W. B. = i''
: mileage $100; law practice guard Mallory left guard.
inent ministers for the year 1907: Force'of Clerks at Wright, S. F. Fulghum; Wm. R. Johnson '
11r1T1g six months one year and nine: Methodists Hilburn. center;; And the Steamer Scovell Blown Up
:the next, $1.500, total Income Tallahassee, I. S. Patterson. L. E. Brooks. Thos. Pebley. H.
average Oerting. right forward; Wi' ;"TIs, left WILL ENDEAVOR
'1,325.:: ETnenes! : berths and mealsn forward; Roberts captai.: .. right Monticello A., S.E. Hardin.Householder. the Postoffice Is Taxedto in Mississippi Near Vicks- O. Anson. J. Whiting Hyer.. J. W.
Quincy Lusk and others.
ronte $50: board for throe at $40 guard; Duncan, left guard. I
Madison H. Funk.-
: W.
I month average session betas 4% The game will begin promptly at Handle Business.Mall The defense endeavored to prove
burg Yesterday.
M. H. Norton.Jacksonville.
Apalachicola that Alderman D'Alemberts's removal
months, J540 clothes and Incidental
; eight o'clock and a small admissionfee
(ctpensps while in Washington, $1,000(; : will be charged.MISSOURI. John B. Ley. E. F. TO SAVE OLD from precinct No. 12 was only temporary
"tpenses! at home average 7% Ley, and R. H. Barnett. t and that It was caused by
months a year $1,500; campaign ex- Fernandlna-. R. *enkins. matter which is being receivedat FIVE WHITE MEN AND TEN NE the fact that he was unable to secure '
!Denies $50 a year; total enxenses. VS.STA'NDARO Live Oak, H. Dutill. the local postoffice, both to be forwarded a suitable home for his family
?:2:130: Thus he had about $4,735: each Lake City, J. C. Jenkins. to various cities and comingin GROES KNOWN TO HAVE PER. and furthermore witnesses were introduced *
T<'pr to the good. It is not surprising! Key' West, E. A. Harrellton, E. A. from all directions is now become to show that many months '
'hat he leiired: with more than $1 000 after rOut years serviceAn Miami L. D. Low expectation that as Christmas ap- CATASTROPHE ARE MEAGRE I No. 12 upon which to build a
Opposite Case. Palatka J. F.: Bell. proaches the business will become home for his family, where he intended '
Aafn; !t this I -would cite the case Gainesville, T. J. Nixon.: heavier, and the force of clerks and OWING TO DELAY IN RETURN : making his permanent resi x
[of mother member of my acquantance NO LONGER Ocala R. V. Atkinson. carriers in the city will be taxed to i dence. It was also shown by the defense
OIL CO. of
REPUBLIC in Rear Spanish
hose clertJcr expenses are about Orlando J. 3. Mitchell. handle the packages and letters. ,OF RELIEF VESSELS.By by the testimony of Chas. IL
<2fl.000)( every two years or mOr: than A COMPETITOR OF ROCKE, Tampa, W. K. Finer W. J. Car During last week the amount of Turner and A. V. Clubbs that he had
!miMe the ffi1aoduring the term. penter and L. W. Moore. matter sent to foreign countries from House Will Be PreservedIf callad upon them relative to the erection
1'T. lives well and has a fa.l1'',V ex- FELLERS OCTOPUS.By The presiding elders were assignedas this city was larger than known in Associated Press. of a home but on account of the
'\'Dslye family. At the sann time he follows: many years. Parties here who have Possible.The Vicksburg, Dec. 19.The steamboatW. scarcity of labor and advance in material :
|!'i not worth more than $10000) at Tallahassee J. E. Wilson. relatives in far-away countries were T. Scovell was destroyed by the he had been advised not to

'b very outside. Query: Ho v can Associated Press. Tampa, W. M. Paage. sending packages and letters for explosioi of her boilers today and build at that time. By Architect Ful- ,
Itp afford It? New York L ec. 18.-C. L. Nicholas, Jacksonville. J. A. lIundry. Christmas, and with this increase al- which ghum It was shown that he had commenced >
Of\ course we can never nay our con president of the Republic Oil Co.. Miami S. W. Lawler. so came the usual added amount witnessed old Spanish guillotine of the passengers and crew of fifty at one time drawing plans
: !'smen enough to enable than to testifying to-day in the suit of the Gainesville, F. R. Bridges. each year upon the approachof was found in the rear of the old officers say that one half are as yetI for the home. This evidence, the defense

'eke: rnmp! 'ii,na against wealthy n'en state of Missouri against the Stand- Orlando, J. W, Bigham. Christmas. house on East Intendencia street, unaccounted for. t contended, was ample to prove
Irtn. are willing to expend from $ZO"- ard Oil and allied companies, to restrain Frederick Pasco was re-elected Each train arriving in the City dur which was! occupied? by the Inten- Certainly more than ten negroesare ,the Intention of Mr. D'Alemberte to 'f
pi." to 30,000; for the honor of coins, them from doing business in editor of the Florida Christian Advocate ling the past two or three days t;" dente or mayor of Pensacola during dead, and the identified white return to precinct No. 12 as soon as
'0 pnnerecs. But We can and should the said the usefulness of the and Tampa was chosen as the almost double the usual be possible and that his residence out :
ra' them enough to enable them to state, had pass'n as a next place for the conference to meet. amount of mail matter to the! citY. the rule of the Spaniards, will dead are: Capt John Quackenboss side was due to circumstances and
[Hv.! rrsppctably while hero without Republic Company of the Standard that all I The increase- in the number of pack-!P reserved -if- .it- is possible and If information -I Clerk Wade Quackenboss, Lavell that it was only temporary. ':

rn2or1Inc to fit sorts of petty devices, of competitor its business save that in Missouri. aces and }parcels seems to be larger can be 'soured!' That will Yerger, Clerk Joseph Smith, Charles |I,' The plaintiffs however introduced :-,
'n" With! l being dependent on corpora- which has been enjoyed bar been EDUCATIONALBILL I than that of letters. It is expected at of i j prove that it 'was used fjf tho purpose I McKenna. One passenger; and two witnesses to prove that he had offered & ;
amount "retamers' When coiwressnot of New the local office that the to purchase residences In other precincts rf
Standard has'
turned over to the until i stated. Iayor Bliss of the Injured, have been res :
'Q each day as pilots
rr1-rrs; the fact that Stt'rrU's' will be 'tntin- mail matter will grow particularly the residence of
t,) r;" v in the end. we will have Jersey. The hearing, KILLEDeiy Christmas. and there will be but littler taken up the matter and is makingan cued. '!Dr. C. F. Marsh. The plaintiffs also
11ff> honest straightforward !egislat ued tomorrow. t for the employees of the postoffice. -I. investigation and if it can b! done It is impossible to secure addition endeavored to prove by the testimony

!, nlthOU he desires''$o secure tae relic for the al details of the catastrophe tonight of Thos. Pebley and J. Whiting lifer

;}I the country tolerated the MURDERER Associated Press. KILLED BY FUMIGATION ,city and have It moved to soma point since the return of ,boats gone to that the latter were agents for residences ):
l tton of Congress in Increasing the London, Dec. 19.-After a three I IT that were for rent during the ;
Farr: c,( the if CAT BECOMES MUMMIFIEDMrs. where It can be seen by visitors furnish assistance is delayed residing s
| president br $25.000 a days conference to discover, possible time that Mr D'Alemberte was 1 -
<+IT under the pretext It was for CAPTURED a compromise the educationalbill McClure proprietor of the the city. The wrecked boat ran In the trade outside of the precinct, and by
(, : "''''m//? expenses.: It would have was killed in the house of' lords"Commercial Hotel on East Intendencia -( It is said that the'residence was between Vicksburg and Davis .Leslie E. Brooks that Mr. D'Alemberte 4?

'L.nitl'ltnnre resnect, for the mem- to-day. Lord Landsdown. on behalf of street is the possessor of the the Spanish headquarters at one time :had offered to sell him the lots which .
In'r_ fcpv would frankly increase the opposition, insisted on amend.I! body of a mummified cat. It is a Mo..i when they occupied Pensacola, and BISHOP McCADE |i|the alderman had purchased in pre-

I +" own pay rather than attempt to MATTHEW ROYAL ROUNDED UP ments which were adopted by aj j veplr of the period a year 'ago whenmt'n ; the guillotine was placed In the DIED WEDNESDAY [dnct 12.
L 5n the same end by increasing vote of 130 to 52. homes were beini- fumigated.The .: that The testimony was concluded latelin

!..''I.' c'er' hire allowance and arrang-- IN GEORGIA ,AFTER, BEING Commercial hotel was one of..1- py Auociated Press. i. the afternoon and the arguments
-' so they can collect it them- tie places fumigated, and in one of,. tenced New,York, Dec. 19.-Bishop Charles of the attorneys, in which many J
I AT LARGE SINCE MAY. NO OPPOSITIONIN the rooms:: of the place the pet cat ol guillotine Is of brick and is rather C. McCabe of the Methodist Episcopal authorities were cited, consumed several !

'vpeFO I By Associated Press. the proprietor was later found dea peculiarly constructed. but It Is stated church died In the New York hours not concluding' until about
\ Douglas Ga., Dec 19.-After con I It was found that the hair was fallIn that it was used for the purpose hospital at 5.20 a. m., to-day. Death 9 o'clock last night T
SAVANNAH tinuing to live In this'county and defying EQUITABLE from the body of the cat and the named. was due to apoplexy with which the Judge Carter then announced that ;
the authorities since May 4 last, flesh seamed to be hardening. so the The house, which 'Is supposed ton bishop was stricken several days ago 'while It was not customary to I Instruct -
offered for his decided to place the body i In- the city. Is through this oil his juries as to the verdict In a
with a reward cap- owner be one of the oldest while passing city '
fIRE 1EN KILLED ture, Matthew.. Royal was surprisedand By Associated Press. some place and allow it to remain and being demolished for,the reason that way to his home Philadelphia.. case of this nature, he would exercise z'

captured today charged with the New York, Dec 19.-Thirty thou- await developments. The body was, the storm of September so badly Mrs. McCabe and the bishops nIece. the power and Instruct the jury ;
| Savannah, Dec 19.-Two firemen murder of J.' L. Walker 'by' five of sand ballots were cast for twenty- suspended where it could not be damaged the structure that the city who have been with him almost to return' a verdict in favor of the -
; The written t
vf> killed and Assistant Chief Mund the dead man's relatives and friends. eight directors of the Equitable Life reached and has now become a per would not grant a permit for repairs constantly since he was stricken plaintiffs. verdict was
Royal Assurance Society today the administration feet mummy. similar to those exhumed the fact that at the bedside when the noted{Iby one of the attorneys and signed :
; '::: another fireman by When he realized the situation on to be made, owing to were
of ancient
":. .,1tIOIOn at a fire at nine o'clock surrendered without a struggle and ticket without opposi from the. tombs ....., t: the building is :Within the fire limits. divine passed away. 'by J. A. Kirkpatrick as
..nth1.: is now in jail .... tion. '_ ,, __ ::.. ". ,, Egypt. *- v


: ,,7'- -' -', Jo..._ '" =', ';;:"r -::. ...,-;;:<-;".. -. ',,,,,;;, -tc
: -
< :..-. ; JJ.i. -
1L.1 a iIf. ,'


,1 -

.. -
: 190B.V; .\ y
I TWO."t'
: -., ,. -, .- '--
: ; .
; A



*" .

K'L. Ladies Fine Cloaks reduced to one-half the regular \ ,' ,,

, iPii w? price FOR TWO DA YS OMLY. W&QZV fJJf r&:Prat' tads ; 'j ., '-4 '

''a i: too often, for its MONEY SA VED to those who come y

of ,h tz first. When we ,cut, we cut deep, and cut to alla ike. if / }

.: f I Our goods are all marked in plain figures, and never .before -

in our business exp9r3&ns 9iay9ih: ? 5 ? figures been I /

! ii r divided by 2. All very handsome I'Opera Cloaks, of fine ', I \

., Chiffon Cloth, in all popular shades, lined throughout

with fine Skinner's Satins : .

... 1"-.. .

1 Lot-Regular Price $50.00-This sale One-Half $25.00 1 Lot-Regular Price $30.00-This sale One-Half $15.00

1 Lot-Regular Price 45.00This sale One-Half $22.50 1 Lot-Regular: Price $27.50-This sale.One-HaH. $13.75

1 Lot-R gular Price $26.00-This sale One-Half $13.00 .


If you delay in coming you'll regret every moment you loose at .



., ,
: -'.: ," ." ., '- .. ; '- .' ',f ": -_ "

:! THE DEATH OF \VARMERWEATUER'IS i, v. I i I desire to announce to thej

: STOCKHOLDERS ANOTHER NEGROARRESTED DRINK ladies, dressmakers, and tail-i,

MRS. CHANDLERAGED PREDICTED. I) ?Jackson Square Coffee"You ors, that I have taken thej
for the great Wiss

>*.-c' .,._,:.._ will find has it.Price agency Shears and Scissors.The .
or BUILDING [ IN Warmer weather is predicted for your grocer
AND HIGHLY RESPECTEDHAD today by the weather bureau'and it guarantee on these goods an twit
J I will give a new pair on the return A
MANY FRIENDS IN is not anticipated that the cool:'weatherwhich' 25c* per pound. the old pair, whether broken, damageS or
prevailed Tuesday and Wed- out. return the old
: worn Simply par
PENSACOLA.Mrs. nesday will continue for any lengthof We of-Hi Coffee. and get a new.pair.
I & LOAN N MISSI time,. Jn' fact.there was aconsid guarantee.the ,-' All of the Win brand will be sharpened

J erabIe change.yesterday, the tempera-. IMPORTERS C.O"FFEE' CO, ,Ltd.. free indefinitely.F. .
Catherine B. Chandler passed ture rising several; degrees. B. BRUCE,
! away at her home, No. 114 West Yesterday the maximum temperature 3 '' New Orleans, U. S. A. .
I 50 4 .. 21 Brent Row.
And Brought to This City, Chase street Saturday evening, the was degrees at p. m. while the
Workingmen's Association 15th inst., after a short illness of la i minimum was 44 degrees at 7 a. m.
Last year on the same date the maxi I
Charged With Implication grip.Mrs.. mum was 53 degrees and the minimum .
Chandler was the widow of !
ij I. Held Meeting Yesterday Benjamin Chandler, who died in this 47 degrees. I Coal and Wood
in the Sweat The rainfall yesterday for tEe twelve
city She leaves '
4 and Elected Officers. five children Messrs.years ago.John N., CharlesB. I hours ending at 7 p. m., amountedto Brick Lime 'Portland Cement i

I Murder. and Benjamin Chandler, Mrs., .24 last of an inch' while on the same We deliver'' Ice Coal Charcoal *.;
J i il' The annual meeting and election oft Another known Will. Blanch C. James, of Chattanooga and: year it was 1.00 inch. Wood, anywhere la the city. We :II
officers of the negro :Miss Emma D. Chandler, of this city. supply you la any quantity and **
'I Workingmen's bnildin Cure for Sore
; Brown, was brought to Pensacola Nipples. I
j and Savings Association was held yesterday in custody of Sheriff Van' Mrs. Chandler was a native of New As soon as the child is done nursirg Always a full supply kept ready for quick delivery. service is always prompt.
yesterday afternoon In the office of Pelt and locked in the county jail; Hampshire, but, her: parents moved apply Chamberlain's Salve. Wipe it Contractors will.find decidedly to th advantage; Steam and Domestic Coal.Wood
Secretary Watson and the following ; south when she was an infant and re-{off with a soft cloth before allowingthe Cut Any Size.
charged with implication in the Sweat t
sided In and to's bmit estimate for our prices on all Building Material
officers chosen to serve curing the ensuing murder,:whicb occurred at Muscogee Virginia Tennessee oe- child to nurse. Many trained
1-: year: While the murder occurred five years' fore coming to Pensacola, where they 'nurses use this with the best results. including;Hardware.Saunders E. G. SEWALL,
; presldentA.. D'Alemlwrte. ago it was only recently that information have lived for many years. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
f ? Vlce President-H. G. DeSilva. warranting arrest was secured,"t( She was a beautiful woman in pose all druggists. Phones 614363. '26 Ni: Tarragona! St
B retary-Th05.: C. Watson. and character, and claimed many de- Mill Company
and the first man to be captured was -
! t TreasurE.'r-\\. K. Hyer. Jr. voted friends in this city. She was Small Fire This Morning.The ,
-j Sidney Williams; who was taken into I' '
Directors-A. V. Clubbs. A. M. in years what one would call an aged fire department was called out Phone 777.. 21 East Garden_ Street
. ;v Avery, Sol Cahn, B. R. Pitt and J. J. the custody county at jail.Muscogee and is now in ,lady, being in her 79th year, but in shortly after 1 o'clock this morningto I'
the of L. Carlson at the
Ilooton. thought and activity she seemed store
i : The reports of the secretary were the Another same man charge who was was killed wanted in upon Mississippi .l younger, and took a lively interest in corner of Intendencia and Barcelona: Cold
1-_ submitted and adopted,and showed the while,he was resisting arrest: all things pertaining' to the present streets. Parties passing had noticed .
smoke coming from the store and.
association to be In
lilt a flourishing
and his here and buried
body brought
, (condition and with prospects of continued 'I;!' In early life she joined the Presbyterian caused the alarm to be sounded. The
I'-- fc growth. While Deputy Sanders was recentlj, church,of which she was a blaze was of no consequence, being XMAS DAY I
J in : after the who
Mississippi negro was[ consistent member for years, but in underneath one of the grates, whereit FOOT BALL
killed information was secured r&
1 Terrorists Shot. recent she became a member was smouldering.
years I'
garding. the whereabouts of ,
J .' .Siedlce, Russian Poland Dec 19.- and although he could not be captured l i of the Christian Science comfort church. The Riera Shoe Co. will "count the j I At t Palmetto l Beach. ,
: Eight terrorists tried drum. which beautiful faith-was the
were by at that time Sheriff Van Pelt after :beans in the boot" Friday Dec 21.0
j- Lead court martial and shot here wards got track of him at Gulfport, of her life. I The correct answer will get the I
; j :yesterday. and there caused his arrest. The many exquisite floral offeringswere boots. J
'I a tribute of"_her who waspassionately Pensacolas AthleticsGame
: i fond of now ens. OFFICERS OF RED CROSS
I The funeral services were conduc-. I. WILL VISIT CHARLESTON is Coming
, I ted at the home, by Rev. Mr. Sibley' ,- 'p called on arrival of 3 o'clock car. 2 2and
of the Presbyterian church; A beautiful Washington, Dec. 19.-Prominept
selection from Sience and officers of the Red Cross Society, in
Health, The Key to the Scriptures," j eluding Secretary and Mrs. Taft and. ADMISSION 35 CENTS .
I\oy-.I..I by Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy, was\read. Miss Mabel Boardman will leave I you will needOVERCOAT a \\a.'"
as requested by her daughter and;j here next Saturday for a visit to
the Presbyterian choir rendered two'' Charleston as guest of the local Red
exquisite hymns one of which was Cross. I Christmas At read to her only a few hours before j :
--- --- --- -- --
she passed away. This lovely woman I .
f BaKin had many friends who mourn her loss : Fruits SKATING

f Powder and family.sympathize. with the bereaved vFbuJe' OR

This is the place to buy RINKFriday
Fruits, Oysters, Candies -I (
Absolutely LAST NIGHTA iat- your CRAVENETT

r quiet wedding was solemnizedlast Fire Works,etc., for the Night, Dec. 21st.

night, when Mr. Chas. F, Gonzalezand holidays. Prices reasonable.G .
Pure Miss :Mary Ann Clark were unitedin i ic I l-
; This is the place to'
was not.all "smooth sailing"
1 I marriage; at the home of the bride's P. Caparisos SOME SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS.GRAND .
father, .)Ir.Ed..CJarke. Xo...215 West RAINBOW MARCH Our line is large and :C
DISTINCTIVELY I Government street Judge Nichelsen I t Jack did some "tall figuring" befori'be ,1, ,,. Tarragona and Intendencia Sts. I FANCY: COSTUMES. IN best makes in the "1",1.'Ve ].
A OF officiating. I I could see his way clear to succeed I II 1 in .
have'them -
Quite a number: friends of the. '- -
TARTAR BAKING, POWDERRoyal contracting parties, were present and Vulcanite 'DON'T"_ 'TO" ":c5
roofing 1 I FAIL SEE IT. shapes, colors and at p'
witnessed the ceremony, and the I j l I .-.. -, i '. .
young couple received' many hand Tact i from
does not contain an atom of some gifts. : came to the rescue NEW GAFE I Admission) $10 to $37.50
phosphatic acid (which is the The attendants were Mr.-J. N. Jolly;,::11& as always does when, JOc,Shting25c extra
and Miss G. McC. Clarke intimate I bona, its merits are known j t I I --
product of bones digested in sulphuric friends of the contracting parties. I I so, of course. Jack's have just opened a -- ,'00- -y;; -_.-

' acid) or of alum(which is CHRISTMAS PRESENT FbRALABAMA -'house was a success. Cafe in connection with the KNOWLES: BROS.
: I t Hotel { Nix
one-third sulphuric ,i ) substances -. ... CONVICTS Yours will be,too,if. all hours.and can serve meals at Insurance.FIRE White ; ,
use Vulcanite. Short orders
you a
adopted for other baking B v Assoclated'Prea.Birmingham. I LIFE, ACCIDENT
pow the good MARINEGeneral
.. ..Christ cheapest 'specialty. Special rates by '
Dec. 19.-As a iAgents of
ders because e cheapness: rooting eer made <' .
mas present' .Governor Jelfcs. today ::'week or month. .
I I handed out releases from servitude to Tor sale light here : The Equitable*

,, the state to twenty-five convicts sen-I I la town mow by l i PARK HOTEL, LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF Tear Money_Worth n Tour Meaty 11k. i
.. j I tenced to various terms"! for various "
minor crimes. Avery r j Government St. 203: South Palafoz Street. Phone 790 29 S. Palafox

'P. .- -.' ,' _,- ,".. ""," "" =. Sf.J J
; *
r"h } 2- '

<,-t.UJ: ',:._ ft: ''':: .

'' }


l I.&i, -, ft ft ft ft f. ft. fr fr fr ft ft ft fr:- ;;mlirji; ; ;m :i1 ;: !;::: :;: niimm! ::: !:I::I IIi! :::: :H: :: :!:::::;ili:1-; ::: :::;::;;Uil':[I:11:1[lI:::i III i ji:I Ii i i I i iiiii:I II!:I i:n i:liJi:: I i;'ii:::i ii, i:: i,J i i I:iiiHH';;;I:I II: ii:!i::I':':: :::'ii:!;I :d i;::,;i :i:ii II I:::;I:i i:i qll:j: iiiUIli il;:_
> ;s. HH

) ... ,
: "
; 1

''] -, .- ,--' ...."".".'.... ''. -' E"Ili 'THiiRSDJtY\:: FRIDAY AND: SATURDAY 1ii ;

.. ,
: .: : 1 fift -: .- :u:
o -

i fiT YOUR JRVICIT ; .I 'tII : ::ff- :
)1 '
; ; : :;: : EXTRAORDINARY ''I ft ll

.. i'ti.,
11 3f
r"'l # II : 3 I

." ,1 i'.", ll; .. < \ : BARGAIN DAYS U t :

-"II O D ,. ; : ,
"'l >' ,. -;-- c "

r.1 'E:," II 11 Idorder to close otour entire lirte of f Holiday Goods before I. :

i. ;: E Xmas,:we will make it worth your while to come and see: us. ni

t'&& II i! The prices we will put on, Holiday Goods: will.make lively selling HH ;

'.! .: ., J& lthe balance of this week. ll '
&! ; HS
., i .

;,' '.'. HI Don't fail to see our line and get- our prices HS 1'

4 ,
.f \ i HH
..(, ...: -
: ,." & before buying your Xmas presents. *53 .;

: 'r;
..; Five Special Holiday Bargain Tables loaded down with the HS P

.!: > '\' Sg* II i .most attractive. and tempting novelties at 1 JOc; 25c, 49c, $1.19, 1-1 11al" ll llll

and table of miscellaneous from
S ll one special offerings $1 J to $3.95 ii!


i Old CHRISTMAS flying. e". each that you cannot afford to k' -ff-rl- .. ?_ .

3 this way-only five days before < Work Boxes, Leather Bags, Handkerchief, Collar Boxes, Hand-Painted Vases, !i

Iii Jewel Boxes Glove Boxes Garter and Suspender Sets Albums Toilet Cases *KU:n :
; the 2 th.Here's a store full of ,
!' Traveling Bags and Suit Cases, Mirrors, and a beautiful line of il g '

the right presents for men and. ,DRESSED ,AND UNDRESSED DOLLS. IIBB ll -

boys. Don' spoil the fun, of f't t; tg Coupons'r on!; the Handsome; Doll Purchased.Queen "Dorothy9, "*"..::. .Given, with Every Doll i:

L 1Hi

holiday shopping by waiting till g n, Ulth""IIIIIIII.! "" "" '"'I """" no II""no"" ,1",,,,,,,,,,111 11111''I'II""'''''.:'.''';0 1111I"I,'" II"' !"" ';';';; 'P;I".." u 1 I: """" "p 0;,.,"" "ji JJi

day let others dojhat ,
;: f.9 _
'- --4V.We'll : fFINE- LINEN Belts, a very attractive line' H
I from 19c to $L49, la velvet, kid,
i mail .or. article E I 'ANDKERCHIEFS. and fancy plaid silk. B DEPARTMENT. 1. al alke _. "
express- any :./ s:! = ,.Ji r New Chemisettes and Fancy'Lace : )
l Collars, all the latest styles. Lot of Ladies'
Ladies' 15c Embroidered Hand H One Taffeta Silk
chi to go at.. .. .. ... .., 10c New line of Fancy Silk Garters in, Waists, Stylishly made, formerly .'.i' i
i purchased here for you. E Best 25c Hemstitched and Embroidered boxes'from lOc to .. .. .. ....$1.69 $5.00 and $6.00 .. .. .. ..$355 .. ,
: -
Linen handkerchiefs, New line of Ladies' Muslin Under ::U .
Pure .k
all new _patterns, special for 3days. wear, from 25c to $5,80 per.gar ff $7.50'and $10.00 Stylish Plaid and ; l g ;
j .' ; .?*.. ;.. ..v... ..- .......17* ment. :Plain-Taffeta Silk Waists to;>> 'go"i t i! aU
'50 dozen Extra Sheer and Fine Bel. One lot of $1.25 and $1.50 Gowns, at .. .. .. .. .. ..:.. .. ..$5.90'u aft
fast Handkerchiefs, beautifully Corset Covers, Drawers and :: 1 x.: "
f$ for three If $7.00 All-Silk Taffeta Petticoats ..ii
for three Skirts special days tt
days.embroidered.' .. .. 'choice.. .. .... ... ...25c only.. .. .. .. .. .. ..........98c for three days only .. ... ..$5.00 i! fi G.
TAI1DARDIOT11IWG.ThIESETI Choice lin of Hspderkerchlefs in Traveling Bags and Suit Cases in ?:
( E $ of boxes, dozens of styles and qualities Best 10.00 Imperial Taffeta Silk g _
I j various from I2c|>-tyles to $3.49! holiday per box. from 59c to.. .. .... .. .. ..$6.90 Petticoats for three days only $7.50 H"III I.I "

II, BUILD ; I'll' 1111!I II"II II I.I; !II no 11111I11,:'II h:"mil'"ii'III!1111I11'111I111111I1.1111I II II h 1111 II!I 1111I1111 IIUIII"11I11,11I111I11I, m"I!Ill]II;" 11I':;lIm 1111I11I mm.: ..! I )

flfrWflflflw. i .BARGAINS IN WAISTS. Special Sale of White i BARGAINS IN COATS. Bh! ,I'

t... ft 60 Sample Waists, made of mer $5.00"'Tourist Coats In gray or 1ft .. ,..
H cerized Poplin in blue green B e d sprea d S. brown Chevron Worsted Velvet ::
TURTON & BELL. collar, cuffs and piping and but
white, worth $1.00 each r
kodak PHOTOGRAPHERS Supplies. Finishing SINCE Ur 1870.Amateur I Tersely Told CASES and special .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 69c $1.00 quality white Bed Spreads..69o tons, fort s sale .. .. .. ..$2.95 C. Tza
Circuit Clerk McRae, of Msrianna, PEONAGE C J2.QO quality; extra large Bed n n:
L.- is in the city on a short visit, and is $1.50 made Mercerized.stylishly \with Pongee;fine Waists tucks ii Spreads.. .. .. ... .. .. .. ..$1.49 if $9.00 Jacket Black with Light velvet Weight collar Kersy i! r '
COTTRELL, "being warmly greeted by his many in white: or $3.50 quality extra large Marseilles .. .. :: :1
and pearl buttons for this sale 90
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. friends black, special for.. .. .. ..$1.19. i Bed Spreads.... .. .. .. ....$Z-95 special an
Pensacola. Fla. Among the Christmas in Pongee Waists. $?Q0 qosdtty: eartra large Marseilles | $10,00 Tourist Coats in gray or II
shoppers COST ABOUT ft $2.60 Mercerized and H Bed Spreads.. .. .. .. .. ..$3.90 plaid with black velvet piping
the city yesterday were.Mr. and Mrs. buttonhole embroidered
R. K. WHITE, W. B. Jernlgaii. Mrs.' C. L. Wiggins n tucked"a great bargain in black ii and collar.and.. .cuffs. ..,.special. for.. tl IF IFg
!(: , Graduate and Mrs. J. L. Jernigan, of Pine Bar or white, at .. .. .. .. ,.. ..$1.49 i this sale : $8.90 ft
Crfci| ..30 S. Paiafox Street Pensacola. Fla. $3.00 Black Embroidered and I $12.50 vertBoaCoat, self :
I ren.W.. H. Brett Jr., of Bonifay, Fla., $$8000 Tncked Batiste Waists special $2.39 New Flanrafefies'I and strapped with braid and but ;:
was in the city yesterday, on a. short, S3 50 Black Taffeta Silk Waists U : tons castor only for $3.95 :: iHi
business visit special .. .. .". .. .. .. .. ..$2.59 Jap Silk I Kimonas. U.-
Just Received. 15.00 Black Kersy Coats, stitched B fiB
Imported MacaronJ. Sweet OH Cheeses.' 1 I W. C. McLaughlin, one of the prom $'.00 Taffeta trimmed Silk in Waists tucks beauti folds' ti ii and satin piping, special. ..$10.90.. .. ,
|fU Pickles Saner Kraut. Mackerel Cod inent businessmen of the thriving city fully A choice line for Holiday itaB .
rWi Brea&, Pies French Fe t.Navy Spanish Bread.Onions.,' Everything' Pilot of Florala. was'. here yesterday on a This Sum Paid Out By Government buttons navy. special, in .black. .. .\wnite. .* ..and..$3.95 presents at special cut prices a n $?,05 Rain-proof Coats, oxford I fi *
irjn and business, visit.Salvador only, strapped" and braided a
new n t:
Witch Hazel $1.00 per gallon. I'I the eldest son of Mr. and to Witnesses B $6.50 stylishly Plaid made Taffeta, ,a :bargain Silk ..$4.69 -i for three days. n special bargain fer.. .. ....$8.95Special >; YilI in ,
Grocery Company. Mrs. Vinson Holsen. who has been #
V. J. VIDAL. Manager. very ill at his home on South Flori- and.Jurors in At-
I da Blanca street for- the past four :% NN Ii
weeks, expired Tuesday morning at tendance.About .
F-" S % SS" I 1:30 o'clock. The funeral services --- ll BARGAINS' IN SUITS. l P. SFEClAl SILK( BARGAI!INS. | y'I'
i were conducted at St. Michael's church' $8,000 was the amount paid in
g CHRISTMASLIQUORS !Ii yesterday afternoon and; the interment to jurors and witnesses 'who were in' !! i! $15.00 Gray Plaid Jacket Suits, I Bargains, Cluny N :6In. Pasoda Taffeta Ei'.ks,. all Jcolors :
velvet collar and buttons, U regmwc i f. ::ty. jj: itna ..
in, Sc. Michael's attendance the United States black
made cemetery.
upon the 'I' ii U jacket satin lined, plaited skirt, :: for .. .. .. .. .. .. .; .. .We. .
court trial
during of numberof u
I I .... .. :i .
i I It is in the flavor. Try Blue Ribbon defendants upon the charge of a a special I for this sale .. $7.95 :: -in. "Black Imperial Taffeta
:: I
Vanilla- Absolutely pure goes twice conspiracy to commit peonage. The 211: $16.50 Ladies Tailor Suits in man- it Silk, $W9 valet, Jor .. .. .. .98c. lit
as far and the "Blue Ribbon Flavor" cases consumed several weeks and .a.D B nish Coat, or short jacket Lace Curtains II Bargains in setr stiMsh: Plaid Wr <
is perfection. Ask for, the 25c size. : the above amount also includes the : styles in Panama o rrblue_ unfinished I, a Silk, at .> ..;.<9c, 89c, SSc &'$1.19 g ni N
f fees'of grand jurors and'the boarded: fift U worsted in gray or black lot of;50c raality! nat style' C
.. _
SSe Per Gal. 6Se ENTERED AGAINST 'THE CITYA lowed the petit to go jurors'to their who homes were during not the al- :!i i $23.00 special Cloth for Suits this blue or black.J'$13.5 Away' Under Value. ii Dress, Silks,.s?erial f for".. .. ..*35c. :'! EI
I flI
it made with braid andbutons. U .Best ._IiOc Velveteensfor ShirtWaists
non-suit was ordered entered In trial. I?:a N stylishly. also stylish green and if! In all colors, special ,.39c. D I! E
the of Dr. S. M. Gonzalez vs the The grand Jury which! investigatedthe ; I s t: I .
case mixtures Jackets satin One lot of Fine Satin it ?5c Eoulevard'Cord roy I n
r City of Pensacola yesterday in the charges and returned indictments :bi: star ... .. .. .. .
y SHERRY also: investigated; other 'cases, but : fi al line d, a s=i>ccicl bargain at ti special far1n. -" .49c. .a.
circuit "court. Judge Carter presidmir. .. $25.00 Cloth and _Worsted Suits, 9 Table Damask, suitable for ii <0c Plain Jap Silks! sil. colors n '=
8 The to be calledin this required only a short time and I:: E '
case was the first the petit jurors also heard other fin beautifully made in brown, blue tt a special bargain .. .. .. .. ..23c. ..
court morning. N E
, BLACKBERRY WINE yesterday which would lessen the or black jackets lined with Holiday presents-with Napkins H 90c Silk Crepe de Chen, all ;;
cases expensea ::
about $275
plaintiff was suing for I tift
I which he alleged the city was\ due him small amountOf :: Skinner satin, great, velvet bargain and braid at $17.50 H colors.for. .. .. .. .. .. .. '..53c. !! Hi:
I a N
SSC for vaccination work performed a the total amount the per diem aft to match, at specialprices. $ .: 36-iccJL Black Pean da Sole
\ SSe Cloth Suits in blue B
Per Ell. French
year or more ago but the case did and mileage!!:' of' witnesses amountedto $30.00 black handsome to go for .. .. .. .. .. .. ..98c. i! fl
or very
M ,yt not entered.No go .to trial when a non-suit was over given 4000.checks Some for of the mounts witnesseswere as. IB !i ly brown buttons made, a trimmed great bargain in braid at and..$24.90 I ft if $1.00 for 36-Inch.. .; :Black-Pean. .. .. .. .de. .Sole. .79c.! .t *
! I Cant large as $80, while many of them I Ii B I I'Iii

Save You Opium in Remedy.Chamberlain's Cough drew pense $40 was and due$to 50. the The fact great that ex all I DIUI! 11I1,I ,'I!I II m!!!;!;II 10,,,,I 10.001'. 'hllUlU"" "no"" '" I "" '" II'', .,,1.:;11I111 r III ''' u u"II'' II" "'11":1 i" :::;:II::"::;:::::l::,:;;:"::::;;:::;:FL -........ : .

$ Money on All There is not the least danger in giv of the witnesses were from points 15
ing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to out of the county and the mileage
J Christmas a small children as it contains; no opiumor added many dollars to the amounts
t tt: Liquor. other harmful dm?. It has an established which they drew. The fees of the
reputation of more than. amounted to something
tr juries over ti
$ Pont take my word, but thirty years as the most successful $3,000, while the board of the two I
call medicine in use for colds, croup and the the 5
$ and get prices. I juries daring' period cases i -"| *
, l whooping ooogh. It.always cures and were oa trial amounted to about $400.
/ know where you'll buy.j is pleasant tor.tat ."* Children like it. Tbe cases were probably the most
I Sold by all dngSMts; expensive: heard in this. court in

j JOE: ROTHMor.ecrerflotandTimjflBiSts Watson Read'the, Parker Two:&Ads.Reese ol': many HEADACHES years. AND COLD9.NEURALGIA FROM flT H. Lannon & Co. 'IiRI p '

: Cols and AV Yourself oftheonportunity. LAXATIVE,told .and PROMO Grip Quinine remedy', the.removes worldwide 'IIIJ'! Ijllll !' J1 Iii'' ;:!:: : !: ;ii : ;" ::' !: :T : ;; : ;: :: u 'i ,,::!:,," iI
I. ... cause. Call for toM name. Look ; !! : ] : ; : ; : : : : : : : : ; :: : E g: : ; :;H: ;:;
,u., ut j aature-E. 1/1. Grove.:ic.A .


1 .

--ii .,Ift "_r.. '. >M> ;>,i<:" .......: _",," _"'y >..- ;" ";oz .' ..., L ih"j t ;; ',_ -i.
--la.z,' mi .is.. _,," A L -""'" s iZlk Y.


I !:. .


-, .. '-,-'," .., -- -=--....
> 1 4'4''*

J? Don't punish

e Jenlutola ; Ayer combl**.Half Feed;, JUST RECEIVEDThe

hair ,
: Then your
your head, just Largest Line of '.


;. ...BY... .

.......++... '
in I fWhitman's
I ever before offered for sale this city. -
FRANK L. MAYES, President' an* *

-- i I I I Special!

... ,
--- 1 1s Special!
One Tear .. .. ...........$5' 00 One Month I Law in Special!
Six Months .. .. .. .. .. 2 50 One Week. endorsed by the Pure Food : They come

I., Three Month. .. .. ." 1 25 Weekly ,,", i = I 0,1,2,3,4, and 5-pound boxes and also in fancy I 'We've been sorting out Odds
f I baskets.Give us an order now for Xmas. If you I and Ends all thia week

The Only Penaacola Newspaper From .- .......... f'I' buy anything from us that you want sent oust of town, I Can't carry this year's ijnct
Over Into another
Circulation Statement Can Be .S .. I! we will pack it free of charge. I we tack on prices that season win core!!

: \ Don't foil, to see our assortment of holiday perfumes I them double quick.
Nothing slow
,. PMeaet. {(!Editorial omc.liOO RMM 38Busbess f. I and Papers at I i ;I imported and domestic. '.; I either. the Patterns
I : I _, I a. big bunchyou'll -
do well to
get in oa
: Phone 453. ground floor.
Office*-Journal BulMIng-Corner IntancUnoia j

ji i I i I I $45.00 .s.o.oo
i I $38.00 and $40.00 Suits. .
PEX8ACOLA, FLORIDA THURSDAY MORNING I i The Crystal Pharmacy, I $32.50 and $35.00 Suita. .$30.00$35.00

$28.00 and $30.00 Suit .$25.00
It was not necessary to have Roose- Discourtesy Brent Eutiding. $25.00 Suits.. .. ,.. ...J22.5Q
velt's picture ,in that illustrated mes- the i $22.50 Suits. .. .?.. .$20,00
sage on Panama. Roosevelt can be

. seen all through it. I The Live' Oak i ; ...."'..."'.''.'''.'''.'''.'..'.'...,........ ... I
f arms against. I -
The latest despatches herald the j &
been Indis PRICKETI' ;ARD1
news that "Lamar and Broward are j ident and ++ THE NEW ENGLNAD j UBuIIdlnj
defeated," but don't get uneasyitwas
,toons (Incorporated.
of him. Z )
only a little insurance election and Democrat is a The Watch for the great American people. FRANK B. GARDNER. Manager
: I
they went down in the same boat with ]has done many I have them ranging from $2.00 up; alsq a full line

big Tom Lawson. been the chief i Waltham and Elgin Watches, as.well as Jewelryand

Reed seems not to have been satis- tion that were i Z fancy goods at prices that can't be beat Opera House
but in this
fied with the hot Burrows roast and

Is still occupying his seat in the worse than .....:.ONON J. F. DAVIS I MATINEE AND NIGHT,
senate. Perhaps when he gets one dents.The
of the pitchfork variety it may cause haps, of Brent Building, 23 S. Palafox Street. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21
him to squirm a little. j lican president I : "
* "YN
The Jacksonville mayorality fight PICTURES.BATTLING .
has opened up with. General Sebring in sive the south.and I ....__NniirnI __....0..00..1
::' and W; G. Toomer as the.first candidates i NELSON I

and there is little doubt but.that tion without and giving d 5 Are you undecided what to give him or E .....and.....
Mayor Baker will be in the race be- v JOE GANS.
a more -
; fore the official start is made. *t tion would, and her for a Christmas ? WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP.
The particular brand of paper many of his ............ 3 present' The Memorable 42-Round Battle *,
1- = Taken at Ringside.All .
weights used in the executive Office and private
I the Preliminaries Incident to the
over in Tallahassee must be of an to do over

exceptionally large variety as they different way. .' s Why not give something useful ? I of' Goldfleld Big Fight.Scenes N .,... the greatest
seem to hold down that promised good or a ............. mining camp in, the world.
appointment of warden for Es- than any of his i I' '. .
.-" Did Nelson Foul Cans?

cambia county pretty welL i I sors ficial there.he is Is' STORE ; i Say a' .nice pair of Slippers.: '. -'. i iI See For Yourself.

Chancellor Day of Syracuse,Univer when he does Prices-1Ia.Unee, 15 and 25c.
sity, the official flimkie .of Standard tasteful to the Ii See from 75c Prices-Night. 25c, 35c and 0c.
. 'ours to $2.
Oil, says the country is afflicted with receive his full I O .. : aE

,, millionairephobia, but he needn't think he does anything .
that because Congress refused to ing o( praise, the I- :: ASK FORMAGNOLIA
adopt the simplified spelling it would pleasing to the \t r IB
tolerate a more cumbersome one.' he should be Roosevelt".r, who B FOR COLD FEETAsk ..SI'
f.V That I I southern press : or
.. _congressmen. are underpaid for j [
their services there is little doubt acid .witti for- to be shown a pair of our I II
fish motives, for
r' yet there is much truth in what Con-:
gressman Lamar said In.his, speech!, The Live_ Oak CANE SYRUPAlways
ing this 'question CUSHION SOLE SHOES i
_.- against the increase of their salaries In quoting ,
':that few of the men serving."in that
the Democrat I
rapacity could earn five thousand dollars a mild but
i 1 Ladies'. 3.50: Gent's $4.50. I IB
a year in their own homes.. :: flippant Street. ,

t The municipal elections in the three newspapers President .............. WAS

chief cities of Florida next spring Journal says B Pure
promises much sport for the ward Democrat is an

heelers. The Jacksonville fight has word president"to ; I Pensacola Shoe Parlor I Ii before there was a
'1 been started and is always a warm :gree Jof our ,
M member, but Pensacola and Tampaare ;\Ve sincerely "Food Bill.11OOTO
yet to be heard from and they and courageous i E
never fail to furnish amusement and force and I S. W, Cor. Intendencia and Baylen Streets. .3

". excitement and friendship deed for>

Frank Clark lined up' on the unpop- right reflects believe I Chris Pfeiffer's BakeryHe
ular side of the in
fight congress to i i
the southern
: '
! will make a special'v
raise the salaries of congressmen but sees in our
he had the courage of his convictionsand ments upon ; Get Your Fruits of Mixed Cakes, Pour:'i

;;. he didn't fail to tell them that his in character and Cakes, Fruit Cakes, Fruits
a hostile spirit
salary was inadequate. Everybody ad-
human if he and Candies for Christmas.
. : mires an open fighter and the popularcongressman
and if that and FireworksFrom Corner and
from the second district him to } Hayne
t I lis receiving the congratulations of.his siveness of the Sts., Phone 1429.

I I-' : friends for his manly. stand on that both generous { ,

i i. I question. treatment ponding he NICK APOSTLE'SFRUIT IN BUYING YOUR

t and with, such
Christmas editions are the order ot I
the day with the state and House, well .
papers STORE
I the southern next to
:' I copies of these holiday editions of the'recognize his Holiday Giftsdon't
\ Jacksonville Metropolis and the Palat- moved to
j ka Times-Herald, just received,. show I public utterance The Gem Book Store. < <
: up exceedingly well. Editor McKen- criticism in foe ('
forget a
and civility. you can
f i: ale sends out the Times-Herald in a and varied stock
suffer nothing I Large commodated with the choi> -
: beautiful ,
cover design, while Editor south would be '
of useful articles for t tin'
; Carter makes up in the amount of The great est
4 good readlble matter in his mammoth treat the comprising all of the best Men, Youth and Boys :.'
( edition. there is no
them should or Leather! prices that make buying a
t things the market affords I
The proposed visit of a Japanese rule. -most any price pleasure.

f l declared squadron off to, San according Francisco to a has telegram been The weather Nuts raisins candies dried Men's and Youth's Suits in

from, Honolulu, which quotes the Japanese so long it is Black, Blue and Fancy

J, consul there as authority fort give us a.falr ,I fruits novelties etc. We from $7.50 to $30.

the statement that Japan fears a Canvas or Leath-, Boys' Suits, ages 3 to 17, all
t repetition of the Maine disaster, owing I ; elegant affairs. J
Senator : I styles from $1.50
to the alleged overwrought feeling senate'lobby I : to $20. Tele j guarantee to give you better I ,to $8.50.
r against Japan on the Pacific coast. 1 of course.

r.. While Intensity there of is no the question f'Hng'against about the thought spondent, says of'the 1 "o Trunks""me and: in Bags and I goods and to undersell_ all ..1.Men's Hats from Knox-the 50c
the $5
friend came Crusher to
l Japanese: the 'vessels of that nation i : i
small fruit
along beside storesNick's 4 '
have nothing to fear-In any United The senator i ,* ,Full line of Stetson and No
1. States port in time of "
peace. and let it go at : Name at $2.50 and $3.50

k"f"J":. A despatch from Tallahassee to the was put to it to ,I !I King Quality or M "
effect that the state board of pardons gallon"Senator\ ," I fruit Store. Patent or Vici is a nice t'-
t t-. has granted a conditional pardon to he ]1 I Alone 690 ir-xa:
dent is going to ',i I ent to make, and only
"Joseph A. ,
Barker convicted in Os. 1
Panama.and i '
: ceola county in 190;;, of assault "'itb'' "Yes." said |i!I 1I t ;..., I$3.50 to $6.

': Intent to kill and sentenced to serve, "More than |1 It costs you nothing to
i five years in the state prison, upon a i friend [ Courteous treatmentand
tablish a ('(' look.
petition signed by ninety-five cent
i per I "
, t of the population of Osceola county I roused"Illustrate to It! f Good Values a Specialty-

e Including the members of the grand "Yes sir." Oniy50 r..,; Jury that indicted him and the petit i "Put pictures I f
t Jury that convicted him" is "Yes sir; i r
"Well." I
("., ly referred, to those papers Tt-b.-eetfUl'l know one JOS. COLEMAN,
; a-special delight in "What one Is to any SI.OO preparation! on,the, market. '
... I
dial boanL "A picture of FOR 'SALh BY DRUGGISTS. i I Phone 211. 212 S. Palafol! SL I


: '; .,.<-J,-, .<...... ""-'.i p-,M:,." i'TJ n _.;/r. ,-.... ''fl. i.'''.''':''''''"" j

.- .. ''''rJ'Jd,' :iiI" f .
'" '

'f,., '. ,,"

r .
_. ,

t....................... .. :: :: ? : t! :!,: h.. ,.. .,.. .,_,,_, 'I __ ,
hhl ''''

.. '.. SRMMAIfJUFTHr:GII m"CAIF': 'I I .

: .
: :.;: :.:-z. \ -: :: ',,,
".t.:: i r ":'

.. .. ... ., NGfiPMILH : :
.. ,..... ."- ."..#. .. .".'.- .'.'.-'.,". ..,.-#..,.-#,.# i. BY AURELIE M REAN'BERNARD. ; flORIDAGAME '.

:1 g fJ
: 00: 8 1-2 S. falafex Street,upstairs.

: : r TELEPHONE O 38 AFTER 3 P N, : ; is Open 7 a. .m. to 9 p. m. '
.- '.' I :pUR SPECIALTIES; a ,
: -
Get 8 Business M n'. Dinner, 12 to If 1, -
: your Mrs. Marsh's ,Party the past three winters in Pensacola L-- 2:30. 50 cents. 3K '
have again joined I'ensacola'a tourist For the benefit of those Theatre Parties, regular board n ,
:1, who may !? era and Meal,,Tickets. H '
: Luncheon i A'Brilliant Affair. colony and are located at ':312 North not be fully posted regarding the ti ':

Notwithstanding, 'the storniy rainy Alcaniz street Florida game\ lawst'we print here a, PHONE 1530..

: 11 weather: of yesterday, Mrs. F.V. ,:Miss Ad_. Hilton---r-Green. is expected summary. cf- the..iaw's of the' state} ,The neatest, cleanest and best I % : '
While out Marsh entertained 'at a high 'noon What is Always Unlawful.To 8 place Jn town in which to get your ; 2
: ': card party. I home from Sophie .Newcomb Collegein kill, capture have In possession meals.' ft ,'
New Orleans the latter of the Come once; we will trust 1.
part dead : S
living or buy, sell;
or offer for
At the t
hour the
': appointed guests k. j come again. ; J
will the
I.we spend holidays
sale ,
: Shopping began to arrive and in short time any .non-game bird. Hl'
a '
tables I! with her parents. ldr. and Mrs. L. Hit To take or.liAye in possession the "' ''m I II II mil'': ''''''mII! In!II II Ii I !III (p. -XS
seven were filled and the i ton Green 517 North Baylen street, of l' : '" ) i
laughter and merry chatter of femi- nest or eggs, :any wild 'non-game ,
: At the nine voices filled the house. j -:\Ir. B. B. Clegg has a his guest his bird. Penaltiesf" Fine of $5 for each The Shoemen With a Reputation' ,

In striking ''contrast to the outer j I mother Mrs. M. F.. Clegg. of Char- offense and $5 .for each bird .or,part -
:1 gloom. the home :of Mrs. :Marsh presented -I"lotte, N. C., who will spend the winter. thereof, nest or eggs possessed, Imprisonment ': !
i Kandy a very pretty and cozy picture. here. ten days, or both. :_ T S "' :
'The To have wild turkeys, quail or 5-
decorations par-
were of vivid red -- lildiall.Moccasins atModerate 'I
i ,i and green, the'colors which make a Judge Fransis B. Carter wUl'leaveSturday tridges in possession between March .' 5
Ki tc h 1 and November 1. Fine Prices. .. .
en. room so warm and cheerful looking. for his home in Marianna. $25 to $100. $
2 and turn gloom into brightness. The He will return to his official duties in To kill in one day more than twenty 'S'S 31
-f I home is delightfully arranged for entertaining Pensacola on the seventh o'f January. quail or partridges and two wild turkeys -.w and line-comprising up-to-date every Toy. 5 :

i What you. 'I as'the whole lower floor ; party or two or more forty 2., := Horses. Rocking I S r
Ocala Star: Mrs. Beatrice Marean. quail and six wild I2 Express Wagons \ '
.. ..turkeys. Fine $25 .
can be thrown into one big hall and 42 __.....:de*, boat Sulkies :.
to the of her husband
owing death
to $100.
I '
which is the .
plenty of room afforded. 1
Want quicklJ1 i secret of successful entertaining.Mrs. I Dr.. Marean, will leave In a'day or To trap quail ,or partridges except etc.You,"are welcome whetherI' -?
Marshs's guests numbered i two for Pensacola to reside with her upon one's own enclosed, cultivated !buy: or not. :
; two daughters. She leaves 'many land., Fine $25 to'$100.
about fifty and the affair was con-
: Served, and ., ceeded to have been one of the most friends who regret her departure but To sell offer for sale or have in make ideal' Christmas gifts. : : .,
this I whose best wishes accompany her to possession for sale wild
interesting card parties given any turkey St. &
I ': season. her new home. quail or partridge. Fine $25 to $100. We have them for Ladies,

: Hot Coffee : The house was,, of course dark- left To ship wild turkeys, quail or par
Captain and Mrs. R. J. Wahl Men Children
: ened, and lighted with the softest tridges out or the state. Fine $25 to. Boys and LSOflBrOS ,
Wednesday on the. steamer Eugeneto .
all In red. Red Christmas bells' $100. -/ '
: lights. spend the Christmas holidays with Misses., They are novel, yet
and Chocolate To ship beyond'the limits '
, : swung from the chandeliers and from of the t
: branches of holly. Captain Wahl's mother at FreeportIt county where killed any wild turkey practical. And then a large 1 I '

The covers of the small tables were is in :the flavor. Try Blue.Bibbon quail or partridge. Fine $25 to $100.
: Fit for the i white embroidered in holly branches Vanilla. Absolutely pure goes twiceas To hunk on Sunday. Fine $25. line of ,Fancy Slippers for

: the napkins, used matching the cloth. far and the "Blue Ribbon Flavor"is For non-residents to hunt withouta ladies and men, from m
After the games of euchre were perfection. Ask for the 25c size. license. Fine not exceeding $100. wnf- IS
Gods. : finished it was' found that Mrs. Geo.P. To enter upon the enclosed landsof 75c $2.50
; .. Wentworth was the fortunate win- Water Cure for Con tlpation. another that are posted, to huntor to per pair.

: ner of the'' first prize which was a Half a pint of hot water-taken half fish. Fine $20 Come' Take a Look Buy if A MAN IS KNOWN BY J
:handsome violet holder. Mrs. Wentworth an hour before breakfast will usually Game Birds. ;

.. has been quite 'fortunate-this keep the bowels regular. Harsh cathartics The following are the game" birdsof You Please., THE CANDY HE SENDS. fl',' ;
: season and has' won a number of should be avoided. When a the state: Swans- geese, brant .

..,....- prizes at the various card parties she. purgative is needed take Chamberlain's ducks rails, coots mudhens galll- '- OF COURSE .t!
"" "" "" ,'''''''''''''''. nules, plovers snipe sandpipers
.. .. .. "..".. has attended. Stomach and Liver Tablets. -
4 :: The second prize was a pretty workbag They are mind and gentle in their ac ,- tatlers snrlews': wild turkeys.

i fashioned from holly ribbon'was tion. For sale by all druggists. partridges,or quail turtles doves and MEYER SHOE co. :
awarded Miss Eunice Rawls. robins. :1 ,
I Mrs. Gants captured the booby 'The Riera Shoe" Co: will "count the All others are non-game bird?. :

: i prize, which :was two handsome beans in the boot" Friday' Dec.:' 21.' Not Protected. FEET FURNISHERS FOR FOLKS, HUYLER'SSHE 'L

I bottles of perfume in a case .decor a., The., correct answer will get the English sparrows big and little. L
boots. blue darters (Cooper's and 102 PALAFOX ST.
2 ted with holly. sharp-
_ _
:......................... The boob prizes given at the card I I TENN. TURKEYS, NICE AND FAT, shinned hawks),'the great horned owl
I rice bird
parties this season encourage one to crow meadowlark jackdaw '
play for them, as they have been of and butcherbird (shrike) are '
not protected.
( such an attractive nature that they '

TEN DOLLARSis low fully score.compensate one tor making a PHONE, 223.MEETINGNOTICE., with,Hunters th m'may.witnln"tfie take their"state game,"but home nor BASKETIBALL Known 'the world over for purity, quality and

The consQlation prize was pre-I There will be a meeting of the for sale. flavor. There _can be no more welcome gift for old :
sented Mrs. John Stillman, and was Open Season for Game,'Birds.I .
all need. a twine holder in the shape of a cute National League of Navy Yard 'Em- I Quail or partridges and wild turkeys and young. In one-half, one, two, three, four and '

you I little doll dressed as "Folly." ployees Friday Dec. 21. at, Knightsof : November ,to February both five-pound boxes and fancy baskets. : ,
the New Or-
Columbus Hall. over Inclusive. :*
Just think, a small $10 pay- fashion The luncheon on the small was tables served and buffet con- leans Grocery." Business of Importance ':-Ducks5! October to :March both Inclusive. :1

ment will procure your family -sisted of cold turkey -w1t1r Its appetizing -J C. E. SHACKLEFORD, .-Miami Recorder.rLORIIi4'RtI. TO-NIGHT
accessories and .at each table an W. A. D'AIemberte
20dec 2t Secretary.
( a high-grade life-lasting old fashioned plum pudding, decorated _ : t,' : AT
Piano. with holly., was dispensed by one I I TENN. BUTTER, NICE, 'AND IN

of the ladies chosen to do the honors. FRESH, THIS WEEK Me, PER Y. Druggist and Apothecary, '!
Get it it Steaming hot coffee 'went with it and NDNEW CITY' GROCERY CO. M. C. A.
now-or buy now -
was poured' by one sthe' guests. ,
:icLhL v 3it: ;ejiyered J j just ,before :Mrs. Marsh was very :much pleased I The Hi era -Shoe Co. will "count the ; 121.SOUTH,PALAFOX STREET PHONE 190
: to have with her on this occasion beans in the boot" Friday, De?.- .21. 'J -- :; J Presbyterian Team
Christmas.This some of her Tallahassee friends' The correct answer will, 'get? the The. following communication, ; :

among whom were Mrs--D. S. Chit- boots. -3t which is self-explanatory, ,has just ,
$10 payment will get tenden and MrsC .you a fine Caswell, Bach, : Marshes card party 'was a LET US HAVE'YOUR ORDERFOR',.AND Editor Pensacola Journal: ..................................................... (il;
great success, .and testified'to. the CHRISTMAS CRANBERRIES Among the good things said '
Shulz, or a slightly used popularity: .among her friends of the I CELERY. NEW CITY I _GROCERY_ CO. about FloridaJhjpuglrt3the many press we Street i CRIHSTMAS GITFS IN JEWELRY AND CUT GLASS | ;'! :

cnarmmg nostess. note that out'little'.attention: been ,
Kranich '& Bachor Lester Nothing I. more suitable for a Christmas gift 'or more appreciated by
:;' paid to Florida. woods. : the recipient than a piece of Jewelry or cut glass. My stock was selected ',
or one of" a number of good LangfordAndrewsWeddingJanuary SIR. CUSSIE SOLDTO People residing'outside the state Methodist for the special purpose of affording something suitable for this purpose. I '' ,
Here few of the
are Just a offerings:
(some at least) naturally think that '
2. ,
Jpianos. LIBEL this state is only a swampy sickly, 8 o'clockADMISSION Diamond Rings ........ .$10 to $185 I Diamond Stick Pins ... .,$5 to $25 .|
The following, invitation' has been quagmire with an occasional'scope of i Diamond Brooches, .... ...$9, to $50 I Diamond Lockets ..... $10 to ,110 .,

$2.50 a week will pay for issued by Mr. and.Mrs. Chas. B. Lang- pine_ timber which has been hacked .' Ladies' 0 size, 20-year filled Keystone'WATCHES.'S cases ...................$12. 0 to $20 ,
rthe Piano without 'interest. ford to the marriage'Of Miss Leah by turpentine operators until'it" is 15cChristmas Solid Gold, 14 karet '.......;.;....-..................................$22 to $iS ., '
Estelle their eldest daughter. Both By 'Associated Pr.... unfit' for any purpose. A mistaken i Solid Gold Diamond set .'................................................. $47 .
1 .' Gentlemen's 12 and ,16 size watches .............................. 114 toW .
surmise indeed .
Prices from$139 up. Get Miss Langford and Mr. 'Andrews are Mobile. Dec. 19.-The biff Atn eri-i CHAINS AND LOCKETS. ,

,' popular young people of this city and can steamer Gussie operating between No finer pine timber exists anywhere I Solid gold Neck Chain ................f..t......*.........$3.53 to $10 .
it now. the news of-the approaching nuptialswill Mobile and Tampa, was than"in northwest Florida. This Solid gold locket M.t.t' .............................-....ars to $1S ,. "
New Orleans .... .. ................. .
be received with 'bne"fhons- state does not pnly abound in pine Diamond Lockets; > .. .. .. .. ............$10 to $30 .
pleasure: sold at auction today for CUT GLASS. I f
Mr. and Mrs. 'Cha:s.,B.'Langford and dollars to satisfy a libel brought timber alone, but.the. swampy lands : Cut Glass Pitchers ............................................$4.50 to $U.$),
GET IT NOW. request the honor of presence ,,Kling &.Sons of this city.' produce an abundance of 'cypress 4 Cut Glass Bowls ....<........4.................................$3.25 to $.00 f', .
at thet-marirage't>f their.your Daughter'Leah by A ; cedar and juniper, suitable for the : Cut Cut Glass Glass Nappies Vases ..'.....-.3.........-;..................................$&23 to to 7.00$J i .'..t ".,

Estelleto manufacture of, lumber and .shingles. .BOX PAPERS : Cut Glass Sugar and,Cream Sets ...............................$3.25 to $ .:-
The Clutter Music House i GEORGE, WASHINGTON'S, QUEUE. A shingle mill located on Black 218 South Palafox St. 'g s
Mr. James William'Andrews Water river in Santa Rosa, county These are simply a few of the many articles' I am ffertag' and all .f i ti t ;
on Wednesday ""morning .the secondof i It Had Va Luxuriant; Suit of Straight owned and operated by' J. .F.:' Cotton ,BOOKS; i my goods are fully guaranteed. If not as represented your money back. f ; '

January 1907 and Very Dark Hair. cannot supply the' demand at $2.50 f :
at half after eleven o'clockat I per thousand at the mill., ,. W.A.GAHLENBECK i: ,
GULF CITY COFFEE CO., Palafox Strc4Xt.Methodfst"church" The Father of his Country conceal. 'Not only this::: but hard woods are t 218 South Palafox Street. -t. 2"

H. P. CH1PMAN, Manager. 'P nsa&ia, Florida. ed'a luxuriant suit of haIr'beneath.hisI plentiful 'suitable for the manufacture CALENDARS, j ....................................................: :: ,
I wig. Many now wish the old of wagon, buggies, etc.
Roasters Blenders and ShippersifFine Miss Meriefe' Dance'I I fashion were in vogue to conceal thinned J. W. KEYS.CHUMUCKLA. PICTURES, '- I
i hair or baldness. Yet none, nee l .
CoffeesOUR Christmas Eve:' ''I have thin hair nor be bald if he cure ; : and thousands. .of pretty andusefiilgiftsof "i...
the dandruff that 'both.' Dandruff -
Mrs. W. E.. Menefee will give a causes f '(
can not be cured by 8COurlng.thescalp.
dance Christmas, eve. complimentary every
GROCERS. GIVE. THEM A =TRIAL because it is a disease ,
germ .
to her daughter Miss :Menefee, and II : : : -
: :
and the germ has to be killed. Newbro's tion. .
her many young friends, in this city.
.' Herpicide kills the dandruff germ
i.-no other hair preparation wilL "Des- Special'to The JournaL ,'
("The Best Is What We Sell' PERSONAL MENTION.Mrs. :troy the cause you remove the effect."I Chumuckla Dec. 18.-Mr. D. Wal- A Box of Lowney's Makes .
There's no cure for dandruff but to ton has lately moved here from 'Jay.
\ ) L. Superrielle of Havana., is kill the germ. Sold by W..A.'n'Alem- Mr. M. M. Smith. railroad foreman, Gem Book Store
in the city, called here by the illness I berte, druggist and apothecary 121 has moved his headquarters here. a Choice Christmas Gilt
YOUR of her mother,loIns. Annette Knowles. South Palafox street Send lOc in Mr: ;' and Mrs. Fillingim have re-

Miss ,Marie Supervielle will join her Etamps for sample to The HerpicideCo. turned from a pleasant Pensa- C. Johnson, Prop. They run from a 10-cent 4
mother next Thursday and spend the I Detroit Mich. Cloa. *
Christmas 'holidays.- Mr. Phil Harris was married lastSunday ,Prone! 233. package up to 5-pound fancy '

Xmas Table'will Miss Willie 'Elmore ,of Mr. James to Miss Campbell Verna has Ard. returned! packages.; Lowney's Candies ,;. .

ery. Ala.. Is -in the. city,- the l\lontgom-1 from Pensacola and has accepted his comply 'with all the requirements '

her brother, Mrd Gunter 1 old position in the E. I* Co. railroad FOR of the new food law, .

not be Professor J. B- Lo'ckey will spend SantaClaus repair shop., CANDY' and therefore raised -
Mr. B. R- Cobb of Chumuckla ( I : are not .
He I
Christmas at his Jwme in Chipley.
'Milton '
trip to yester
will be accompanied by Mr. Lock- I made a flying in,price ,'i 'A,5

CompleteWithout hart, also -one of the faculty. of the I day.Mr.: Ira Holly and Bill Wiendey desire to call your I A Toilet or {

Pensacola High SchooL I have. quit their Jobs on the local attention to our line of Manicure Set ? '

Miss Josie and Mr.: Elles Knowlesare I Shoe Storeis 4 I freightMr. I I
I J. Walton and wife of Pine 'Pure Chocolatesand '
expected home this week *. or :
Some of Our visiting their parents I
with .Barren were ''
college to spend 'thevholidays, .
I French
last Sunday. of Hair Brushes
Chumuckla Military
their parents,. Mr. and Mrs. W. II.Knowles. at I pair '
Relishes.We Mr. Geo. Priest, of Manly, N. C., Creams- also makes'an acceptable '
at the corner has moved, with his family to Panona. '
::50 cents ,Pound.'Thoroughly gift-and stock is complete :
Have Mrs. D. M. Lowry' and little son I our
and Mrs. D. S. Chittenden and baby Palafox and Romana. ,at 'prices that will '
Dunkley's! Celery Salad .;....3Octs. are here from Tallahassee and will $100 REWARD $iC3."Tb pure and per- ;
......... Shoes to fit @ readers of this paper win be mit' to< buy what pleases 9
Heinz India Reltsh .30c; ? spend the Christmas holidays at the every pleased to learn that there is at least one the 'children 'can. eat all you
Bishop's Chile Sauce ...._...25cts: home'of their parents,'Hon. and Mrs. I dreaded disease that science has been .
India Chutney ................40ctsEnglWi W. A. Rawls. stocking, be it small,
!! Chow-Chow ;.25 and 40cts is only Catarrh.positive cure now known to the med- ger'" f being sick. V eell"Nunhally's 11
Catsup ..._........'10. 15 and 25cts', Miss-Pearl Myer has as.her guest ,great. .Most. any pric 1 Ira fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional Candies.SolGahn&Go. HOOTON'S PHARMiCf.The 4,, 1
And Many Others Too Numerousto Miss Winnie Tomasello. an attractive disease requires a constitutional > _
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken *
Mention.Rosenau&Gerelds. young lady from Bagdad FUu, .who up to $3.00. treatment internally acting directly upon the blood .,Birthplace. of Prompt Delivery. j
will Depend.several'dayin., Pensacola. and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby I ::: "'PHOt'4E1100.
;: : II. destroying foundation of the disease ,
Miss MinnIe' and Miss-Ella Ward. -. \ building, and up giving the constitution the-patient and strength assisting by ; ; T fiT:

the pretty young f daughters of ,Mr. .atujr In domeIts -work. The proprietors .
and Mrs.: John Ward have returned bve str that'they offer One Hundred Dollar F..4 Star. ,
from a visit to., their brother Mr. Riera Co. power* (or any case that:-it 'fails to. cure. SrattnrtstCeNcrPslsios stf InteeetncU
THE FANCY GROCERS, Beverly, watd,.of.Patterson La. Shoe Send for list of testimonial .." S
]1 16 .Address F. J. CHENEY &'CO.*Toledo ? dn"J.1T8 *?
SOUTH 'PALAFOX ST.. :'jlr. andMrsJonathan- .Morris of O. Sold by all drngts. 7Se ',. ,, 111
Take Hall's Fa fJWJ1, for constipation.
Phone 391 Westfield; Indiana; ,WhO have :spent --- '

X i iTKM


.' Jj

.. t: ''':.'$:i''J' "". : T I
i" -', : r4" ;;,4.. .. _;r. 'fI:t !t : qi'S
j _
6.... t.e; \' lf'uP"iR.:

--- -

: '

six -
= -----------


-.-. -

+ I ......... .........J..J...... .......................

I I. i.: ...; ; OFFERED. IN rBY REAL"MMMMMMMMINVESTMENTS ESTATE tt | For .5 llne li WANT-: -, [ r 1T1'istateWe[ An Abstract Free $225 i 4

TO 'OWN I $25 Cash $10 :

F I HOOTON & WATSON f or Lease .
i "interest
A HOME I With These Lots ,

! | THE RENTAL AGENTS, iff | :: taxes. I

ff I I $ 950-One-story dwelling on West Government : SIX.ROOM DWELLING. CORNER Ing lots have on some East very Gadsden choice street ..

JACKSON AND GUILLEMARD. HAS J4SO and $500 per lot. This price .
if street! near Reus. : for a small amount down will seem ridiculously low in a.few I hare 40 lots between 3th 10th and 11th streets and between .

$1575-Fine cottage on corner lot, convenient to Lij BATH GAS ELECTRIC LIGHTS years. 18th and 19th avenues; 'two blocks from the East Hill car line. One :
it $ SEWER CONNECTION. LOT 45x125 twenty or twenty- block from the'bayou. I offer this property at $%25.00 per lot, $25.GO .

I'' : & N. R. R. shops.? : FEET. $2500 WILL BUY PART CASH five dollars month we i down and the balance 'at'$10.00 per month. I will'CHARGE NO IX- .

, : $2100-New and comfortable cottage, with two lots i TERMS ON BALANCE. WILL LEASE 138.Fire New lots Cltr.(southeast south front%)and block on TEREST AND NO TAXES AND WILL FURNISH AN ABSTRACT :

ONE YEAR AT $25 PER MONTH. will build you a house on Oar line elegant building site or WITH EACH LOT FREE.OF COST. This is the cheapest property .
: on East Garden Street. ; for Investment purposes....$1500.00 ; ever offered on these terms In the City of Pensacola. :

nice one-story dwelling with rooms t a desirable lot, with ,all -
: $2650-A very i You can't boy Lots for Cash in this locality any cheaper. We of. :

1 : East Gadsden, near Alcaniz. S conveniences, complete, Four lots southeast corner block fer them on terms that you can't afford to miss. These terms pat .

DeVillier Street near : 132, New City, very cheap at ..$735 you in the same position as if'you were buying nearly two years :
$3350-6-room dwelling on to into.
: LESLIE E. BROOKSReal ready move f from now at prices asked for now. .

:j : Garden. t arrangement makes you More fortunes are made In Real Estate than in anything else. 4

. brick building with lot fronting : AD of block 117, East"King Tract, : You may- lay the'foundation of your fortune by investing a few :
$9500 Two-story Estate own landlord. Talkto contains 26 lots; bargain .....$1300 dollars in these lots at. this time. 4

;& I both Zarragossa and Main Sts. Splendid business : .... your i

tt and Insurance. us about the question.MCDAVIDHYER believe at a conservative estimate that these lotS will increase :

t location. Very desirable cottage 'Xm East i In value 40 per cent. by the time they 'are paid for on"these terms. i

1 $10500-Two-story brick building on Zarragossa. St., Phone 462.. 112 Palafox.. front.Belmont price street.reasonable stone..walk......$1400 in I .

:; : near Palafox. A bargain. *. I I 1- : LESLIE I F BROOKS Real Estate and Insurance i

j., CITY MAPS. "- S CO. We have'had no trouble In sell- i a Phone 482 112 S. Palafox! Si .

4" ; (' Dfln: property shape. We is listed do a large with

' .* Have you 4 "ew City Map We have jut received a new supply which THE BEST YET! amount of advertising and are willing a.,...........,. ..... ...... ......................:
J has been carefully revised to date, conforming all changes made. Send : Ay nts New York to undertake any expense to
i 52.00 for Mounted Copy, or SOc for Pocket Edition. sell .our clients' property.It .
; : Life Inswancs Company.
Correspondence Solicited. [the board of directors all of whom
-J : 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST.. Legal Advertisements. residents and citizens of the State are'f

i 1Lou... ...u. ......... ..... ................ .... ...... Phone 700. Pensacola, Fla. costs you nothing to list with I II Florida and more than three-fifths if
We have for sale lots In block'101. East ns Won't you give us a trial? We MASTER'S SALE. wheat have been residents and dti::--?
1/ '. King Tract at S100 each. $i down and $5 cell. By: virtue qf a decree rendered by Hon. of said state for more than one Tear ti;
per month. No interest and no taxes Francis B. Carter. Judge of the Circuit passed. The annual meeting of the j-ton'
HELP WANTED. WANTED. until paid for. Court of Escambia County. Florida. on holders shall be held on Monday aftersecond 1le:
[- the 24th day of October. A. D. In Tuesday In January each
'- ;UWANTEDPap We have a nice comfortable house on the case of :Newman Goldring ,1k for the election of Directors of rear:
% WAXTED-A first -cl-es barter at once.No fa-- In mill business. North Coyle street. that we can sell for James Wells and Mary E.; Wells his poratlon. Each Director shall tfce 'C-;
Must own (
J. cis
I booM Bghters need apply have experience and three or four $1100 on payments. wife. I will,. Monday,-the n
street.WANTED ,I thousand dollars easy on, -seventh day own right at least ten share of stock I In
: Durham. lOa J:;ast Wright capital. Address Part of January A.. D.. 1 06. sell at pUblic the-
, l ner. Care JournaL 19E> c5t* We have a nice six-room. : cottage.with LS.BROWN6CO. corporation.Artitle
For Saile outcry for cash before the county courthouse VII.
-\VWt$ woman to do light: large lot. on East Hill on 'car line and <<)) door in'of Pensacola. Florida I I ,.
No. 1% WANTED-Poeltiop corporation not
1 jousewOr.: *ply' at, Eastjn; nographer. Legal by experienced ste near hard road that we can sell for REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND during the legal hours :of sale, the subject itself to a higher at any .
work preferred. Can amount pf in.
( tendencla. St. 3000.( This is oae of the best bargains
furnish good references. Address INSURANCE. following described property, situate ly- debtedness or liabilities than Two Boxdred
offered here recently. U to carry -
1; WANTD-Wbite girl to ,do Eeneral J, Box 278,. cro-t.L. a mortgage for :amount agree of .purchase ing and being in the city of Century. Thousand Dollars the -uno'-it if

j bousewwfc Apply 1MJ: East Gadsdea price at 8 per cent. ...:: Phone 918 Thiesen Bldtf. county of Escambia and State of Flor the capital stock. The name, reside e
; 9 tr<* t. ltdec2w A20."TED-POIltlon as assistant book- ida to-wtt: Beginning at the southwest and amount of stock subscribed by "
1 keeper and for general office work. by One hundred and fifty ky three hundred corner of Geo. Green's lot on. east side of the Incorporators is a* follows.
.r CARPENTERS WANTED at 'Warrlng- young lady. Address stating wages Box feet on Little Bayou, with two cottages of L. & N. R. R. and running"east three Oscar I.. Bass Pensacola. Fla.. 0'
j ton; good wages aad payment every i4!. Evergreen. Ala. ISdeclw renting for $11 per month, $1500. , SatuMay afUiaoon.. For further Ipforfcation links; thence west three -(I) and 84-100 1<1a.. 150 shares. 115.000illia"t
t app7 at Sylvester Campbell's TIlE PUBLIC to know that the B. H.Falrchild Ten lots on public square, near the for 212 West Wright street. a' very de- chains; thence thirty-one (31) links E. Matbis. Pensacola, Fla. 250 shares
More. Warringtoa.WANTED 1doo Co.. is now prepared to renovate Stoddard property very cheap at JSSO.. sirabltt 8-room and hall ,residence with FQR SALE.SHIP north varying with L. & N. R. R. to $25.000 Geo. P. Wentworth Pensacola
11 all kind of mattresses. pillows .and large lot.. starting point. Said lot is bounded on Fla. 150 shares. $15,000; Thos. C. Wat I
: -Manager for branch office weS bolsters in first-class style and at lowest ,;.. CHANDLERS-McKlnzle Otrting: the west by L. & N. R. R. and on the SOB Pensacola. Fla., BO shares t ,000; C
is h locate her in Pensacola. Ad- prices. Ring up phone 435 write P. north by GeorgeGreen's lot and the
S > to & Co.. wholesale and retail ship craodlers on Thieserv Pensacola Fla, 50 shares J5.00. t
with references. The Morris 0. box 483 or call 15 East Garden street. south by Henry 'Cladden's lot and
it t drees -< and grocecm. Only flrst-ctae Qu.e contains John C. Green. Pensacola, Fla. 60 share'
'fno'esale! House. Clndnna.t1..P. upstairs.. SdeclmWANTED of kind in city. Fair pricM to all. one (1)'and 1091-2500. square chains. $,000; J. Walter Kehoe, Pensacola F!.>
lldeclm D. HALE WILSON & CO. Said lot is la the northwest _%. of the 50.eharee. $5,000; William L. Mover Pracola -
TO RENT-A large house IS75 southwest of Sec 8,
$ Tp-5'N Lao W. Fla, 50 shares 15.000; George "
! TYPEWRITER OPERATOR WANTED close in. Will lease It If terms are de .. FOR 'SALE-At a bargain a barber's Together with the Improvement thereon ficudamore Pensacola. Kla, 250 share.
r. to take dictation from office grapnosbone. sirable. Address Mrs."A. II., Care Journal 30 S. PALAFOX STREET outfit' good as new; one firet-elass and the hereditaments and 'appurtenances : .OOO.
of stenography For 60 feet the Korth Side of Government Cb&1t4. doacn excellent
I No knowledge : ;,, 27nov on barber esa tenors thereunto belonging or In anywise In witness of all the foregoing the
l' neeiied. None but expert operator need street, by 125 feet on the eastside mags brushes and combs. Alidreaa.J. appertaining. Deed at cost.. of pur- i
f a plr.: Deoamore machine used. Apply WANTED-Some one of means.who will PHONE 234 of Maxeoi street. has a large 2- Armstrong,.Sneada, Fla. .Cdeclm Scott M. Loftin. :Master. incorporators have hereunto Subscrltxj:
I in person at onoe to The Clutter Music' care* for fend':educate bright boy. 14 story store and dwelling-house on-same. decSoawJw Air names this, the 28th day of IxoTtraber -

House.WANTED. lldecr years old. Apply pearl Eagan Home or 190C.
i Mrs. Wm. Flaher. President ISnov FOR SALE-Bargain 51n 6-room cottageat NOTICE. O. L. BASS.
HH1. Fl* Terms to suit. One FORD I WILKINSON
r clerk. Cottage *
An experienced Grocery Is
hereby given that I will present "
} good salary to one willing to work. Address wAR rErs-tnkkids: beer bottles. I pay FOR SALE.FOR acre fruit: flowers aDd garden. Address accounts as executor, of the estate my of ""Y-E. :MATHIS.
P. O. BOX :374. 'decWANTEDFoor 15c Cbzen. I bandit: all leading brands. Egbert_ Beall. Cdeclw Dora Bauer deceased to toe! Honorable GEO. P. WENTWORTII

{ of wines, beers and whiskies and still SALE-Four fine mules, two double Honey:to loan at lowest .market..rate Henry Bellinger; County Judge of Escam THOS. C. WATSON"

; boys with ,wheels for manufacture that well-established cbrgh ;wagons, with harness all in first-class of Interest. : FOR'SALE-Bouse and lot at 1011 East bia County at his office in the City ,ofPensacola C. THIESEX.
tI office work. Salary JIB per month. Apply medicine. Joe Roth corner Tarragtaa .. Florida Its 30th J C. GREEX
condition. Can be seen at my place corner .Mortgages on real estate In this-city Jackson street. $1400. Apply to O. A. on day of
W, Care Journal. Soec and Government Ste. lloct 9th avenue and 10th street D. B. Hay, A D. and apply for my final 3. WALTER KEHOE.
I bought and sold. Dohlstrom, iou Bast Jackson street or discharge as 1IA: executor.J. WILLIAM.. :MOYER,
J J TAILORING I.. Diamond Tailor. 20declw AU of the Maxent Tract west of "C"O 81$ South Palafox. 27novlm .I*. BORRAS. G. C. SCUDAitORE.

:'! Gent's clothing cleaned pressed and repaired FOR SALE First-class ticket to Cincin street now for.sle.. t. decl4oam6m Executor. Stale of Florida County of Escamb.aPersonally
MONEY TO LOAN. on short notice. No. 11% West natL Good until December 20. Call at ," FOR SALE CHEAP-Second-hand bug before 'the undersigned tp
I Government St.. Pensacola. Fla. 1. Bass Ford L. AVI,'.! _
531 East Government St. 16dec3t gies and wagons. IX you want a bargain ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. peared Oscar aco
Notice Is hereby to William E. Mathis _Geo- P Wen'Tort' .
WANTED-A. R. BIngham wants. l in a second-hand vehicle of any description glvea creditors legatees -
THOS PEBLET Money _Upstare. moving and hattliss. He your FOR SALE AT A BAJGAIN-taraeao call or write W. E. Taylor, Chipley. .. distributees and all other persons Thos. C- Watson, C.ehQWmf.:-a
corner Palafox and Romans Sts. I'llOne-6:10.: guaranteesall factory and tannery conveniently located Fla. 23novlm having claims or demands against the Green. J. Walter I.Hoyer
, SdecUJCUMTTEf breakage. new buildings and up'to-date ma. 1 estate of :Mary Bauer deceased to pre- ;and George C. Soudamore e, -k' f
'! --- WANTED-The Merchants Transfer Co. chinery. Address "Factory." Care this Estate sent the some to the undersigned within whom,acknowledged his signature to V,.
_1 amount money to loan on wants your mcv>ns and naulteg. Al paper. 16dec2w Fisher Real Agency FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mehlen two (*) years from this date. November forreoing Instrument, and Jthat the sarsisblsactanddeed.
all .kindr personal property on short breakage guaranteed. T. B. Therein. _& Sons' piano in handsome rosewoodcase. 1. 1906. C. F. BAUER, .
notice. Te:"W easy. Get my rates Wore 1>roprIeto:'. Phone 878. FOR SALE-Two launches: one 26 QA. A bargain.: Plane tea be seen Administrator cum testamento annexo. In witness whereof I have hereunto set
Le jrolng elsewhere. Star Loan Co., 116% 6'4 feet beam; oak timbers; white cedar COLLECTION OFfRfeNTSASPECIALTY. by calling at the Kandy Kitchen. SocL novloawSw my hand and affixed my official seal, the
South Pa* fox. 4novlm WANTED-AU kinds of electric work. planking; copper fastening; equipped with -t 8th day'of De ember. A. D. 1906W -
I sell an kinds of electrical batteriesantl an 8 H.P. 2-cylmder 2 cycle Wolverine FOR SALE and Immediate NOTICE.Is ,. M. MACKET
-. 1X5000 W ta loan on good security. PenaaJ other electrical 81fP nM. When you engine. She has half-cabin. Speed 7Vj .' automatic tandem compound one hereby given that there will be a Notary Public.

cola taVMtTent Company._:lIo t need me ne !u br 9i&. E. W. Peake,. miles and in fine running condition. Price I crank steam engine of about 150 horsepower center meeting of the stockholders of the Ger My commission: expires Jan. 20. 1910.decl0oaw4w.
.i New Star Laundry BIdg. G. Garden.WANTED.ecosdh.an4 $750. Also ona 19-foot launch; 6footbeam Phone 87. 20C.S. Palafox St. and two return tubular boilers man-American Lumber Company at the
; TJ
f HON::T LOANED on real estate andperMtnal ; 1H H.P. kerosene engine 'copper] vl- '1C feet office of the company In the Thi sen
inches diameter by long. For full
property on short notice. fastened in good working order. Price'
sacks of ail descriptions Building In the city of Peasacola, Florida,
particulars apply Stone A Webster Kng.Corporation. .
Terms cany. J. w. But lard. 28J4 South wasted. If oat of town ship $150. Apply King & Runyan.. Pensacola. Box.830, Pencaoola, Unov on the 8th day of January. A. D. 1907.
FaJJo* St. Phone 1144. to us; if in town ring us up at No. ISdecSALE I, at 10 o'clock I'.r'm., for the purpose of
tm bring them to, us at corner 01 f : i : acting upon a fesoMtlon to Increase the DIRECTORYPROFESSIONAL.
j iiLN. LEND YOUR MONET at eight Chase and Alcaniz. Sts.' F. S. MeMeq A FOR -Two buggies vejy cheap. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE: block capital stock from $J250,000 to
tier cent. If ,tOIl have any that yov Co. jsSjwy Apply lOt East Wright street. Kdeclm : In New' City near Bay View park; will 060.00. H. H. .Bcrer,' Vice-President
interest see me It. ItirtU
want for -
exchange cottage or sell cheap if $750'-1
be absolutely safe on real estate FOR \LE-80 acres good farming land Some VeryDesirable taken at once. Mrs. R. Owsley. 1308 E. & .
security. Leslie E. Brooke. Phon 462.MONET about 1% miles of city limits. Containsan Strong. zlnovlm*
excellent stream and fish pond. A NOTICE.
TO LOAJf .Everybody borrows MISCELLANEOUS.MATTRESS bargain Apply J. H, Kohlec. care Sauaders Notice is hereby gtyen that application W. B. BARTON
money from Jno. A. Hall & Gx. 14% Mill. Co. ISdec Iw !Homes wlU Eto made to the Governor of the ,
!:'. Government St. When In need call AND FURNITURE-Mat. State of Florida on-the. 9th day of January Attorney At Law.
I .n us.i tresses made to order and also ren<>- FOR SALE-Thoroughly good piano and A. D. 1907, or aa soon thereafter aspractical
vated. new ticks furnished. New and almost new Apollo Piano player. with UPTODATE for letters patent Incorporating Offices-Fisher--Building. Palafox street
;1ONET LOANED on all kinds of perit second-hand .furniture modern or an about fifty pieces of select music for For Si ne' Us, Our associates and successors: undera Will practice In all the state and United
I conal property on short notice. Terms tique.,bought and sold. Davis Manufacturing ale cheap to quick purchaser. Address.. charter: a copy of which' applicationand States Courts. Twenty-three years' ex
i uy. J. B. Gray & Co.. 2 W. Romana. Co.. 114 Ea&t Belmont street F.. E. Mariner Bohemia., Fla. IZdec 2-stery l -room hoase with plot of proposed charter: la as follows. perience.
} 1'.".. 115. Ifeb Phone 771. 24novMISS Be It Known That we the undersigned
' FOR SALE-200-arpent country place '1'' ground 140x200 feet. In excellent locality do hereby mall: application .for letters T. G. YATES M. D.

1'I UNLIMITED amouat of money 'to loan ''LEILA REESE has fresh cut flow miles from Pensacola. short mile west, ; K cash balance on taae. Modern patent incorporating us, our associatesand ,
t -a all kinds of personal property.'Spe- ers on hand. Orders taken for special of Olive station and postomce,. known as successors, into a body politic andcorporate Optician. '.
clU rates to business men on large occasions. Phone 282. ISnovlmWAGON 7-mile house on old Jackson road, 30 acres improvements. under the laws of the State
''I 1 J':na. The New York Loan Co.. 844 fenced and cross-fenced with woven wire On West Gadaden street south fronton of Florida under the name of Fensacola 306 Thiesen Building.
Vuth Palafox. AND CARRIAGE SHOP-We fence., balance partly cleared partly fine car line. a two-story, 8-room modern Price $5500. Bank It Trust Company under the following -
; are now In cur new quarters, 214 .E. timber. Fine oaks pear. chestnut and home house in splendid condition recently : .. charter or ankles of corporation: Twenty years' experience a* an Eye
Intendencla. entrance also at 215 Romana other trees.. Stream running through; overhauled" throughly and painted;" Article I. Specialist. Examination free.

and prepared to do everything m wagon many springs on place; also horse bvggy. gas city water, bath. large, deep lot. best: The name of the corporation shall be
BOARD AND ROOMS. and carriage building and repairing.; E. harness wagon and farming tools; 3 1- neighborhood in ,city-$5000.00._ PeMacola. : Book & Trust Company. and 00400000000000000000000QQAI
____ L. Herring Phone 98S! ; City. lloct. room houses. 1 50-foot stable with two FOR RENT Its chief place of-business and where Its
rooms; 1 25-foot barn and other out- bath chief office is to be located shall be Pea- Ph. M.
S-room and and
FOR REXT-rOna large room furnished MATTRESSES RENOVATED-New tick houses. Suitable for sanitarium country cottage hall saeola In the County of Escambla 'and ;
shower bath hot and cold water, cabinet:. Two large brick'stores.. 140 and 106 .
or unfurnished. Apply :24 South Spring furnished If desired. Guaranteed. Car- club factory;.brewery _or stock farming. the State of Florida. Homeopathic.
street only Z blocks from Palafox. 19dec: pet taken up"and matting laid. Leave Reason for selling-owner has no one to mantle modern throughout. occupying: East side of Tarragona street, between Article II. I PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
block of East Hill, block
Parker a H ground on -
orders at Watson. Reese Co.'s.Wesley .
Duncan. manage place. Great bargain as invest from car 'line good neighborhood-$3000., Romana and Intendencia. Elegant location The nature of the business of the corporation .Office and Residence. 12 N. P la'ox.
1'1RLal'Ke nicely furnished room 7sept ment or for one looking for good farming shall be a "General Banking &
with board: privilege of bath and telephone land. For particulars address E. W. for warehouse purposes 335.00 Trust Co. business* receiving deposits Hours: 9 to 11 a. rrw, 1 to 5 p. m.
service. Apply 416 West Gregory :MILTON TJPHOLSTEftlNG SlIOp-wn Peake. Pensacola Fla.. New Laundry Modern 6-room cottage: reception hall month for the two. discounting and negotiating promissorynotes Phone 65OOOOOOOloooooqoooooooooO.
&65. llnlnkFOR lie Mims. Proprietor. Furniture large front gallery on corner lot 50x137K,: per _
atreet or telephone repairing building'; East Chase street. Idee drafts bills -exchange and-.other ii,
of all kinds carpets laid furniture two blocks from car line on East Hill; evidences of

RENT Rooms for rent with privil- packed for shipping. Phone 63. FOR SALE-10.000 acres round timberland house new.' lot nicely laid off wth pretty: THOS. PEBLEY. selling exchange indebtedness, coin and bullion bujiny loanIng and- Frederick Ausfeld. F. M. Blourt
A . Ba 11. AfPir >00 East Jackson St. Sdec 32-room hotel at a bargain. Several Is cheap at $2450.00. J purchasing and holding and conveying AUSFIELD & BLOUNT
ALFMAN -Tin Copper and Sheet
! good farms and town properties. Romana and Palafox. real estate. authorized by law
Iron Worker: cornice work and ; Architects
ItOCtMS TO RENT-Best in city. Mrs. M. sky Write Gentry & Setteriind. Chlpley, Fla.
acting as executor; administrator
:! East Government St. lights a specialty; roofing, guttering and guardian
B. Preston. 1281& 23sept trustees 312-314 Brent BIdg. 43 Moses B'dgPensaeola
Sdec repairing. 109 East Government, opera and in any other fiduciary -
honed building.. Phone 560. Residence '' PANAMA CANAL EDITION of The capacity acting as agent for other persons Fla._ Montgomery, Ala.
phone 1316. 'I' magnificently illustrated St. corporations buying and.selling real
1UKVMS furnished upstairs, con- Journal-a Pensacola. Andrews and
venUi to ear line", with or without magazine, containing scores of views of estate for other persons corporations 'WM. A. BORMANS
"),oard. 120t East Gadsden street. J. H. PORTER. sallmaker 71C South the city and harbor. For sale all Gulf Steamship Co. as agent or trustee upon commission or
Sdeclm Palafox: .treet. Order* taken for tents i book stores or at The Journal cit By brokerage. renting and looking after real Architectand Superintendent
awnings, camp stools and house cots [ mall. 20 cents. Hseit estate for other persons as agent or trustee -
J. W. Bullock Jr.Real TARPON. Office-305 Brent Building
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent etc. Prices reasonable. Jljaa I STEAMER upon commission or brokerage collecting
NICELY Phone 823. Penaacola. Fla.
W. Q. BARROW' Master. ,
with or -without board. Table board. FOR SALE. God size mule 6 years PASSENGER rents. dividends notes or bonds
Phone, gas and bath. No. 3 old. Qualities are the best. No whipping FIRST-CLASS- FREIGHT SERVICE. AND as agent or trustee and.such- other business -
Palafox.27nov necessary. Lady or child can man Estate and Mortgage Loan I I BetweenPENSACOt.A. as is usually _carried on and authorized SECRET SOCIETIES.
FOR RENT.FOR age. Apply to J. W. Senterfitt. 708 E. by law In a Banker_ Trust Co. ,
St. lideclw Article III.
.. Two furaished front Cervantes
: ROOMS- rooms. Room 302 Brent Building. CARRABELLE. ST. AN The capital stock of the corporationshall "PENSACOLA LODGE. NO. 9.
:, gu'.tab'e! for light housekeeping. Use RENT-At Big Bayou. 7-room. ,%-
of and bath. Apply 823 East story house. Bath and kitchen. all furnished FOR SALE OR RENT-One of finest DREWS. MILLVILLE. be Two Hundred Thousand Dollars Pensacola Lodge No. 3. K. of P
Gadsden.pnone or Phone 897. 25nov : $%0 per month; also 4-rooms kitchen farms in West JWrac 2H'miles from And all points on St. Andrews Bay Car- (1200,000):: divided into tWO' thousand meets every Monday evening at 1 >
[ and hall unfurnished. 317.50. Fisher Cbipley, 140 ; fine Phone 637 f rabell and Apaiechicoia.SCHEDULE. shares of the par value of One_Hundred o'clock at 'their temporary Castle Hr I
Real Estate Agency 206 South Palafox. buildings.! Cash rent 31.50 per acre L. Dollar ($100.00 per share payable In law over Pou'a stable. West Intendencia
f n ICdec C. Ridenour. Chipley, Fla. 14dec2w ful money of the United States. $0 percent Visiting brethren cordially welcomed
LOST.I Leaves P= 2cola Sunday. 3.39 p. m.. ,-of which shall be paid in full beforethe E. H. DENNARD. C. C.

it FOR RENT-Two nice double stores on FOR SALE-$25.00 cash for Remington for 2 Leave Mobile.Pensacola Ala. Tuesday 8 30 p. ra. company shall be authorized to commence H. IIORSLER. K. of R. L. S.
I- Intendencia street. between in first-class writing order business and the remainder
East Pala- Typewriter ; ]FOR SALIB for St. Andrews MUlville ApalachlcoU.Carrabelle thereof DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA.
t Black and tan hound. two yearsroM. fox and Tarragona. Inquire at.the Fisher I reason for selling have no use for,same and Intermediate points. to be paid hi installments of not less Naomi Lodge. No. 10. cf
tvclehs; about 60 pounds. Answers Real Estate Agency. ZZnov ; here. .Address "B. Care Journal For additional atroly to than 10 per cent of the whole amount of Rebecca Daughters ti
:.. to ivimo "Black." Reward for return to' i 21novlm C SAUNbERS, the capital, each month thereafter until 4 O'clock meets la L O.every O. .Monday'. hall. night Vlsitin;
lit !lat Bobe St. ISdeclw FOR RENT-A. R. BIngham has vtoragB E .R. COBB, President. the whole amount of the capital stock sisters be
room for rent, suitable for furnitureor FOR SALE-A' fine tract of land near General Frt. and Pass. Agt. Ptnsacola. has been paid In all of which payments cordially MRS. present.. N. a
i IST- .R n one t>ulc, on other Initials "J. L. F." Lost utreeu Phone C39. cleared. Call phone 283;. or address 1102 the oath of the President or Cashier.
either a a North HUl car or near Union East Gadsden. ISnovlmCONKETTS Article IV.
e Reward for return to The Journal $3209.: BONE LODGE NO. 30.
1)1101. The corporation shall
begin business'
Y'f ,"> East Strong street. ISdec I If celebrated Roup Cure. Cholera NOTICE. Rathbone Lodg. No. 30 Knights ftPythias
| CREW authorized
1- when by.the
HOTELS.LOCKHAET Comptroller or-by meets Thursday night at
I _cure,. lice and mite hirer aa well home,. Neither the Owners every
modern Captain
Ur.;._ 1-month's-old' Buys a new. up-to-date Ills certiflcite ,and still exist and ''con- Castle Hall. Members of sister lodge
v liver-colored ss an unexcelled Egg Prolucer. All two stories with eight rooms receptionhall I nor Consignees of the British tinue business for a period of Ninety- and visiting brethren cordially Invitti
imlnter ptipp with white feet and HOTEL. Lockhart. Ala.. guaranteed and a splendid grade of and bath on corner lot and near cat a steamship Glencoe. will be responsible Nine years from and after date 'when It to attend. J. M ROPER. C. C
!h ,..1,0' ht'M"t. f 'r. nth ave and 14th. new managemtnt. newly renovated wheat that will make your fowls lay. F. line oa East HUL This home Is a bargain ] for debts contracted is authorized to begin business.Article CL J. LEVET. K R. A S.
5 ,rrt. J. 11. Kohler. ISdec Iw ;I nice room Bath and all accommoda. S. lichen & Co. .Pensaept*. Fla. Phone at the price which can not b@ duplicated by the Crew of said vessel. V. .

-- .r' ---- -_ _-t_ I| Ions. Special attention to traveling men. 'I 234. 7nov in the city. Take a look at It before J COOPER Captain. The business of the corporation shall 1[. E. B. A. No. $1. meets first sod<
Special rates to weekly boarders. J. you Invest. JOHN A. :MERRITT & CO.. Consignee. 7.30 .
be managed and conducted by a Presi third Wednesday' evenings at p. mRafiCurd
I It I SALE Come If want .
ADOPTION. | Rodgers. Prop. 2Snov FOR them. Two cheap quick horses two you good CREW NOTICE. dent. V -PrHk1eat. Cashier and Boardof Hall No.. 10, West Intendenc
._ I 1o 1- $1350.Buys S Directors sad such other officers and etrett. A. G. FELL Prea.J. .
( KROWN HOTTSE-DeFuniaK ones and one high-class saddle horse. is of said tessel. '
Springs. SWEENEY..
: all I have left of the car load I got last Neither the Captain, Ownersnor employees as nay be designated by the Secy.
FOR DOPTIOX One 7 Good beds. airy rooms, elegant
orphan boy, meals
: two a pretty home rite of five lots,, Board of Directors. The Board of DIrectors -
t y''3-j '11d.! V\U1 be given for adoption I i free bath and sample rooms. Specia Monday. I also have second-hand Consignees of the shall consist of PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 4, I. O. O. F
east 12th New such number
condition facing on CltT.f a Swedish aa
buggies In good for sale avenue steamship Gustaf
1' to responsible parties. For particulars attention to traveling men. BAtes 32.0per top be determined Pensacola Lodge No. 4. L O. O. F
T. E. WellesiMectf Adolf. will be responsible for may on. by the stock. "
cheap. : .
daT.Z. R. >
Pearl Brown Prop. I Thursday evening at ?
; apply Eagan Home, or Mrs \\ rn. de.btacon by the Crew holders not leu meets every
I-lsher President. ISnov at the new hall on Belmont and Ba;;
.f- C. J. SJOBERG.. Article VI. _
HOTEL SOUTHERN Open FOR SALE-Just received. fresh flashlights
the streets. Visiting brethren cordially
I,I American and' launch batteries. Phone JOHN A.; MERRITT a CO. Capt. Until the officers _elected at the first
:- _. year. and European plan. vited. B. R. WITKOVSKY. N. G
Special summer rates. First-class in 345. E. W. Peake. New Star Laundry Consignee. election ahafl qualify, the business et the A. KERLE. Secretary
:: Pensacola Lodge No. 42. F. & A. M. every respect. Pleasant and convenient. building. corporation shall be conducted by Oscar _
PensacoU LcxUe No. 42.: J.". &. Mrs. T. U Bowen. Prop. Pensa C..R.YAEGE'hieseri" I I Joppa Leqqe.No. 1. I. o. 0. 'F. L. Bass as President. Ford I,. WLklnson! w. o. W.
A. M. Regular communication'! cola. Fia. ISapr FOR SALE-One. nne wall Case 25.feet Joppa Lodge N .. .Ii.r O. O. F.. meets as Vice-President. George C. Scodamore Live Oak Camp No. 1, W. O. W-.
.. Thur;aay. ler :0, 7:30 p. m. I long. S feet high, with ribbon ca.H'10 very Tuesday events At 7,89 o' lock at as Cashier and Oscar U Bass. Ford L. Meet Jn fyttian lIall .the let and trl
,'c Vlsltins brethren brethren fratemallr I BAY HOTEL-Op.n night a.nd.dy. Eu feet long separate.. Will make fine display '200( Regent HaIL Corner Bajlen and Belmont \Yflkinson. William H UtKU, George F, Wednesday. in each month. VlalLsJSiverelgns !
i jn\lt.xi / roi>*an plan. Room light and clean. case: for any kind of merchandise. Building.! Sta. Visiting brethren cordially Invited. Wentworth, Them. C..WaUon. C. Tbl sea. cordially invited.
T. E. HARVEY. W. iL, I Transient_ trade solicited. 675-573 South Apply to E.,L. Reese. 17 North Palafox. __ -c.. U- SMITH. NV G. John'c. Green. J. Walter Kehoe. William F. A. BOGHICn, C C.
.. B. M. SOLOMONV Sec'y. I PnUif-'t\_ JosS...coUu. Prop. novlra Phone 686. e.. T.. WJTT



.._ _' J .. ;: .<.. ___",. .. J
: ; -
.. '. "Wr :l' :- : 7"'8: tt _' : ,.. << ,. ii -r ,j ,
,.r- JJ' Jt ,-.'> __ ,_ -. -- '-.,.. .......


" .. :;: -'_::" : : f'-. _._


.' ,

.. .. ;
: ,
-- P. ""- -" \0- -

... _l
It ,
4 G'; . '' '
: .
:+ I!I .- "t'. 1.
ir -- f ;._ .-"';.; .....-, I'-J
1Ei1ssoN k i'
Jj Jf J Y

1 F "whiskeyw80 You, Are Probably 'J t i

i ,
& BRO. STORES. .. '
i heads .-.-. .
Savannah Ga., Dec. 19.-The naval *' -..- ->,.' ----. .. .. ;-..
124-126 E. UtendeneU St. ': always'seek the wvy, 15: : ; J .
PHONE 60. WG ,.....:'!..................;.....v.t... 15 t '
best and find it. N : :: Rose 'Casrl11.11I
: a
: : (00 "
i M ::::::::::::::::::::::::::.::::::::6 60 : ;

We have everything to K .........;..............:..........5 15 ? :
quality, purity, I ........................ .........4 40 .- :Jl :j ;
Christmas {
your 11..4 lf
I ; flavor. and age + G ..........................4 10 to 4 12U 15 \ r"q f yt .t< a .:... r ; 1
dinner a success.A + F .........................4 07& to II .fIf 4
make "old joe" Y1lj E ...................................05 you are you know the quality! of '''Rose's Old RY e Ind"Rose's't 1 '
D ....... .
Full Line of ,;I, a strong favorite C Spirits:::::::Turpentlne:::::::::::::66::%:::cents.::.......:.405.4 05 r-;, Q- :. I You know that for .thirty-nine years Rose has been distilling vnlakey a adse g*. : ;.tr-

-; to the consumer. You know that Rose ,.
Goods get wise I Ia PencacoU' Cotton Market. sacrifice-quallty-for price. :
Holiday The following Pensacola cotton quotations .
million bottles are furnished by J. P. Conner & r You know that Rose depends absolute purity to sell his r
Co. F. O. B. cotton brokers Pensacola upon, whiskey.

DOLLS TOYS ETC. i sold annually Good Florida Middling: ......lOtt You know that in case of sickness that you can give Rose's Whiskey to any member. your family' with*the. )}
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in t''r' ti Strict Middling :::::::::::::::::.....:10 supreme satisfaction of knowing that you are using the best to be had. -
full measure, Middling .............................9Py
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES Strict Low Middling .................. 9V You know that your order was always shipped by first after
ill convenient Low Middling ........................ 8% express receipt. ;
package, You know that you could have. gotten back if satisfied
your money not by asking for it. ;You know that j.

r CROCKERY. GLASS.STATIONARY TIN.- moderate price, Rose most valuable asset is back of .very sale. That's his reputation.

WOODANDWILLOWWARE. sold everywhere. SHIPPING NEWS I Four full quarts of Rose's Old Rye or Rose's Old Corn, or 4 quarts assorted, shipped by express prepaid for- '
$3.40 to any address in the following states: Georgia Florida Alabama J"I .
N. Carolina
SNUFF FEED. S. Carolina, or any point on : } .I
STUFF ETC. : : : "b & b" atlanta I -- Adams or Southern Express lines. .

I Doris., Am Cleared sen, Eastman.Yesterday.S10, for Havana Remit by Postoffice or Express Money'Order, New York Exchange, or-send the money by registered mail. Do .' :1 1 ;
with 326000 s ft lumber. send ; .
Sailed Yesterday. not stamps or personal checks. al t
Guaranteed under the National Pure :Twilight. BMr ss, for Madeira.
Food and Drugs Act.MCMILLAN. Daybreak Br. ss, for Ostend.

Remarkable Caseof VESSELS IN PORT.Steamstnps. Rose Liquor Company .77-t:: : : ee il 41
Hypnotism BROS.CO.MOBILE.ALA I I I SL.Chatton Alfred Vincent Menzele Br to BS H..Ger, Baars Lelsk ss, orgenaen.&2321 Co. Buenos. 1288 FCfSRHCUfntftfiT :eeG ff

Ayres to order. /vOUIOfJdJ tOOm
,....': Cycle, Br sa. Long 2227, Rio Janiero to .r
Gulf _
'Rc..1fdtSTIlls Transit Co.Helsingburg. ,5"
Swed as. Schrlel 1422. :}
up Huelva to Hyer Bros. t
.Vast crowds of awed Extraordinary by stupendous array .'Pp:; Homburg Ger BS :Matthiesen 1488, BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANYW. t
Rotterdam to the W. S. Keyser Co.llornaun4l. .
Ger ss, Behrens. 1809, Ham T. BEDWE'.L, PRES. AND MANAGER. '
HABERDASHERY. burg to master. Prepared to do all electrical repairing en short notice. Ring phone 570 and a
Bay-break, Br as. Low 1904, Buenos representative will call. W. T. Bldwell. President and Manager 205 S. Baylea 1
Ayres to the W. S. Keyser Co. street t
how window opposite the
In i iii.
I toffice. Glencoe Br ss. Cooper, 1839. New York
\ pos to. J. A Merritt & Co. I t
Hornfels. Ger as, Nieman 1475, West T "':?rtp 4'r:: a: T
STONEMOULDER Hartlepool to W. L. Wittich & Co. |
Marian. Br ..den
ss Hogg 12181. Faro to

OF APPEARANCES. .naster. Ships.. < G. DeSILVA & COMPANY 1 1I
Come In ,and Get HypnotlMd. AvantI, Nor shin I ., Anderson, 1(48 Lon :
I don to order. : 1
o 0
Ferrelra, Port n. B rros. 60S Lisbon t
to master. :
THE HABERDASHER. M. A. BAKER & CO. Harbinger, RUB el 1399. Algoa Bay
( 222 South Palafox Street, to master. Building Material
MANVFACTimERS Hildegard, Get ship Boliadorf. 1610, for 1 y ,
Telephone 1431. Seamless Turpentine Stills : Bremen, with 1,004,246 a ft lumber:; for y :jcyw Y
,Bfeafce with 175,917 s ft lumber. / Shingles and Slate for Roofing ,
Ingrid. Nor 1uno : 'II;
Pensacola Fla. Ship. U. 1210. Antwerp .t4)- _
Y. --- to McK. Oerting & Co. 'r'I
Lens. Hat ship. Tsjsara 1581. London f Patent Plaster Store Fittings
Montevideo. Uruguaysa to H. H. TlorMoutgas. 987. l aa? ty ['ii 'T '. '.. t w Everything for House Buildingand

AUhfld. .Swed bk Svensen 1932, Durban
..,. g l to waster. Repairs. .
C. B tVhidden Br bk Monisoa. 849.. ".Tkr4ltM N'
CURES Las Palmas to Southern States LumberCampbell
1 Nor bk. Hansken 1110.
...... 1I I .f
And Nervo. Stavariter to McJC OerttBc Co.
TrWbwsl lie M4rVgslsn/ Charles Racine.. Nor bk Waage 152, {
Genoa to master. MRS. LOUISE PFEIFFER.
Chacma Nor bk. Jorgensen 557, Full assortment of Christmas Toys at low prices. All kinds of dolls, big and f
All Work Tested and Guaranteed.. FleetwOOd to order. little one*. Large assortment to select from-also Tea Sets, Express Wagons,
DAILY TOWEL SUPPLY. Write us for prices. We can Interest you.: Gustaf Adolf. Swed bk. Sjoberg 1468, eta Come in and look at our line. THE IDEAL GIFT
...RUNYAN'S ROLLERS... Bremen to J. A. :Merritt & Co. PFEIFFER'S BAKERY
Hereford Nor bk. Jensen, ISO, Rosario Has been the standard for years. Send In your Christmas orders for Fruit
A CLEAN TOWEL EVERY DAY, SCARRITT MORENO.SAFES to Order. Cake, Pound Cake, Ornamental Cake. We give you the best that good material
$1CO PER MONTH. Heimdal. .Nor bk. Hensen 1354 HuD and skill can produce. 211 East Intendencia street
Phone 848-2 rings. M. G. RUNYAN. OF DESCRIPTIONS.' to order.
Pensacola. Florida. Agent for Olebold- Safe 'and Lock Co., Humberto. Span. bk 1111 Battle. Havana BOOKIs '
Canton. OhIo. .
to order.Ingebiorg
Office and Salesroom E. Gov. St. Ner bk. Eld. 1250. East Lon : j .
don to order. .
Isabel Browne Bus bk Ltaidqulst, 1231 r
Hull to master PENN safeguard Your Health
I 1s Kink Oscar n. Nor bk. Johnson 752,;
I I ; t 1 1 1 1 ilt Typewriters. Rosario to A. ZeliuSw undoubtedly a bank book. Give the boys
Blue >or bk Auionsen 1039. Santosto

KO I'lI* LYI order.! IInt. Nor bk. Hansen 1332 Swakop-. r yr Penn Nerve and girls 'a bank account and get them' to '
tl A4, L'n.nJMGANSOOOOCO Ire offer the below mund to McK.. Oerting & CO. .
';I'1 y Ep 1111hll Macca. Nor bk, Drammond 995, for add. to'it to see how fast it will grow. A dollar -
Buenos Ayres' with 11.I%! bbls real
t IP $100 MAKE TYPEWRITERS CHEAP: :Maria Ger bk., French 1922. Kings
CK ,and Blood TonicShould will do it.
lt Steam's Visible (new) ....<........$75,00WiGams. Lynn to master. ,
Marina :Madre Ital bk. SImonatta. -
list ffl,' (re-built) ........_....... 56.00 146. Genoa to order. EM
AOAKW Densmore. (practically new) ....... 6750 East !
1111 i'' Necpore. Nor bk. OJerdsen 1128
V .......
1 Smith Premier No. 4' ,..,.., 4500 London to A. Zelius.Olivari. .
1'111 G ER A I Ili! Remington No. :_ (re-bullf. ,v.......30.00 ,ltal' bk. Costa. Genoa. to or Should be in your vest pocket or handy about the home. In the try
1I IFI; ihl der. Sag summer heat, when you are all run down and physically weak I i
IU1 I I / 'i Also for ten dais delivery we can sell Ophelia. Nor bk. Lareeon: 1127 Bahla .
1 I with nervous prostration skin eruptions, depressed spirits, peevishness
1 I New Century. Fox Fay-Sholea Under Blanca to Gtff Transit QO.PaVae. '
bghli s a wood or any make of typewriter.. Above Nor bk. J.hnflt>n, 1219 Ply Irritability general sensitiveness of the whole nervous system. ,FIRST NATIONAL BANK H'
l'1 i machines also for rent. to A. Zeliu ,
I I I mouth morbid fears restless and sleepless nights eczema pimples blotchesand I
hl..l1t' I Phyllis, Nor bit. Gabrieisoa, 932, Belfast
t' .
1 imparities of the blood. i
( 1.i..,, t.1 ,x111 to McK. Oerting & Co. OF PENSACOLA. FLA.Designated ;
Robert Seraftoo. Nor bk MorUiensen
t PensacolaTypewriter Co 664, Barbadoes to McKenils .Oerting- A USE! PENN NERVE and BLOOD TONIC I

Superb. Nor bite Ulich. 1934 Antwerp Now is the time to begin. This,great remedy costs but a trifle
to A. Zelius & Co. I Depositary vr the United States.
Teresa, Urugbk. Bstrado, 1932. Cienfuegoi will save you doctors' bills and years of suffering.
Exchange, to Rlx M. Robinson. When you take a Penn Remedy you are using an honest reliable
Unlac: Port bk Cachin 891. Rio Ja medicine vouched for by your leading druggists free from all I
.rr EE 20 .E. Government. niero to master.
Schooners. spirits or poisons a body-builder, with a tonic effect found in no other
11 W. H. Knowles. President W. K. Hyer Jr.. Vice-President and Caihler l
Doris Am sob, Eastman. 310 Havanato medicine. It is a tonic that tones.
Thos. W. Brent Aas't Cashier. W. N. Roberts. A..t C shUr.
J. A. Merritt & Co.
t The True VitaHzer Price 50c. '
C. V. THOMPSON Donna Christina, Am soli. McLeod 1C5, Only ,Directors-F.C.Brent W.A.Blount. W. H. Knowles W. K.flyer Jr..
and \V. A. D'Aleai-
V I Belize to master. Retailed by Hannah Bros.- Hooton's Pharmacy I D. G. Brent.
Barkontine*. berte and all druggists.
THE STATIONER AUanwil e. Am bktn. Grace 564. Man- i
...- tanllle to master
No. 30 South Palafox St. Beatrice, Ital bktn Marehen Savona to
New Style Holiday Papaterles, Peter master. ,
Say RED ROCK Pan and other Novelty Purses, Crepe Thyra. Dan bktn. Rasmuasen. 260 Bar- ........C..e.................................... r
Paper Napkins and Shelf Paper French badovs to order.

and say it PLAIN, Christina Stag Novelties Cards,Tiny Post enclosed Cards, Booklets Booklets., Would Like Savings Account For
Vanity style Hand Bags Gent's Purses In Praise of Chamberlain's Cough II Anybody a
for imitations are and Bill Folders. Remedy. FOR A LADIES BEDROOM
Leek over our stock
There is no other medicine manufactured Christmas Present; It's Common. SenseTho'
in vain. that has received so much
praise and so many expressions of
gratitude as Chamberlain's Cough appre-I Proposition
NATIONALCOLORED Remedy. It is effective and prompt There's no one article of actual need and

relief everywhere follows its do use.not Grateful hestitate parents to ; | ciation in my ladies' bedroom than a pretty
Sold at all groceries in testify to its merits for the benefit of I Our new 'you like. We will furnish the PassBook '= i

bottles, and on draughtat others.and will It prevent is a certain the attack cure for if croup givenat with the name and any amount ::, ,

all founts. the first appearance of the disease.It you wish to deposit entered thereon. : .
is especially adapted to childrenas PRINCESS DRESSERServes t -
Also Home Pocket Bank if desired.
it is pleasant to take and contains or .:
nothing injurious. Mr. A. E. Hum. i
"! phreys a well known resident and as dressing table and dresser lias long oval
clerk in the store of Mr. E. Lock of AMERICANNATIONALBANK

LIGHTSWhen Alice 'Cape Colony South Africa ;.I mirror, low table and drawers, $18, $25, $30, $35. i F
says: "I have used Chamberlain'sCough
Remedy to ward off croup and : GiveMARSTON&QUINA One For a Christmas Present. i OPERA HOUSE BUILDING 1,

colds in my family. I 'found it to be We compound Interest at. 4 per cent every three months In our Savings I>
very satisfactory and it gives me Department
out doing pleasure to recommend it" For'sale
you by all druggists. :

your Christmas shopping, BALL BY LADIES I J. 8. REESE.President R.Vice H. -CART.President J. W. DORR.Cacbier. \Asalstant-Casa. 1 t ; ;

and looking for good things AUXILIARY B. of L. E. 108/110 S. Palafox St. Phone 149 Pensacola, Fla I THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA. 1

There will be a ball at C. K. of A. CAPITAL 100000. SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $25,000.. .

and good g ogds( such as hall of Dec. 21, by the Ladies Auxiliary ) !......N.NNN..lvNNNN1sN4..................N J. J. HOOTON. R,.31..DIRECTORS CA.Rt. ... L. J. REEVES. ,

Fruitcake Pound Cake, of Locomotive Engineers. This -=- ., -- -- W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. J S. REESE: W. PeC. KESSLEE.
is the regular annual charity ball A General Banking. Business Transacted and Accounts Solicited; Ships Disburse t
i Marshmellow' Layer Cake Dancing at 8 o'clock. Music lr Per merits given Special Attention.

I, li rios orchestra. Prizes to be gin

1 1e I and the, Genuine German to most popular lady, either marriedor GOOD SIDEWALK Y '
r single and one each to best lady A CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
,: F Cakes "Lebkuchen," we and gentleman dancer. Gumbo and THE .
refreshments will be served. Admls-
.e4Wy are the. headquarters. slon, only 25c. the most ordinary property an appear&n Gives Safe and Conservative
General Banking Business Conducted on a ; '
Look for the Lights,they Scarf Pins Cheap.An I stantial value. A poor one can ruin'the effect of the hand Basis.Correspondence t
error crept into the big ad of somest house and grounds. You dant..want: any. jagged

will guide.youto; the OLD J. F. Davis last Sunday quoting edges to 'your property. .- Solicited-R. M. Bushnell. Cashier.
tda scarf pins at $4.00. This should have I Among good sidewalks a well laid concrete one is easily

RELIABLE been $1.00 instead. Mr. Davis 'of best. Lasts longer costs less for repairs and adds an air of

course, has a large stock of scarf pins solid dignity and worth.
11 at $'.00 and more, but it was his intention We lay such sidewalks and tack ereryvone. with our guar I
West Florida'Steam to advertise his popular one; antee. May we estimate oa yountPensacola R.' J... CART. President. JNO. BJtASSET.. Secre r7.O.A..R.V _

dollar pins ass leader. dzi 00. a

Bakery, MEETING NOTICE.. I Cement Stone Company ,
Notice I" herebr given that the annual Wholesale and Retail Dealer' In Steam,
meeting .f the stockholder of the Peo Domestic AtithraclM and Blacksmith COA L f,+
No. 8 PaaF6x"St., where ple's Bank of Pensacola will )b:* held,at Office: 49 S, Palafox St. Telephone, S3. .. t '
the office of the bank at 1 o'clock .on j I S. J. Harvey Manager. Telephone 1485. Yard Comer Tarragona and GonzalezStreets. '
you'can Purchase same. Tuesday. January 8th. 1907. Yard phones 6 and 372. f ;
GROCERY CO., .. Cashier.M. ,
Wholesale Distributers, Doi& oaw4ir
-- -

: -
"" -
\ "'tl. ., .. _
"ik :
\ !f : "" ""-4 x -fri '" '

.. .
: -


# ...... :" .


i --
LIJ -t'' .

A-- "
Men'sChristmas Sporting fraternity win be given an GIFTS!
_. opportunity next Friday.afternoon and Classic works; fall limp ooze caj
: night to see the fight pictures of.the leather. handsomely and durably bow .
battle between Chmapion Joe, Gans at JLOO per volume, boxed viz;
t and "Battling" Nelson, which was VIcar Of Walcefleld,
pulled off in Goldfield.'1\'evada. After Iyl.G legend 0'.Sleepy Hollow
:the great finish fight between the Deserted YPiage.:
I Store :f' two lightweights one set of the pick !' : Grays Elegy
F tures was taken through the west :. I Bab and his friends
and :Mr. Neil, father of Frankie Neil, Sonnets from the Portugese.And .
j the featherweight from, the coast \ this beautiful $1.50 line c1eeon.
,. II Glided silk binding boxed:
I I J1 Wflcox Value of- Cheerfulness by EEaVheeW!

:Men of taste and judgment dress from the I IiII rows.Value of Simplicity by Mary 21. Bv.

T Value of Friendship, by Frederick
John White store because of the quality and I >r Lawrence Knowles.
,, Value of Love, by Louise cbs
'$ a'W2d"'fix I Ii I Moulton.
worth of ;
our offerings.
$1 and 150. r '"'
rw Poems in padded leather bindings
w Ay : Ni'1 I
x .
t If yon buy your Christmas Suit, Overcoat, y1 S btp:tr r'? .- : and ILSO.Bibles &. Hymnals leather bindi
overlapping edges; different,editions
1 Hat, Shoes or Shirt here, your; appearance 4"A a14 / kYMW W.K.w .... prices.
,Standard authors In sets at from JJ to
will be correct. As a gift store y 4 I of tobacco with- $%6 per set.
This man bought a supply Plan to Spend Some Of Your ChrUtmu

for men you will find ours ideal. out acquainting himself with the ,distinctive taste Money With Me.

J .. has the .cheering
.ei -**> of SCHNAPPS Tobacco, which HARRY T. HOWLAND,

qualities that gratify his desire to chew,. and at Manager, De Luna Book Store,

De Luna St. Phone
THE JOHN WHITESTORESpecialists less expense than 'cheap :tobacco.

1 in Men's and -Boys Wear ,SCHNAPPS has been advertised in this Some day they'll get a taste of the real 4000! 40001!

. Phone 225 205.207rS.. PALAFOX had .fchnapp.s-they'11rea1izewhaienjoyment
paper so that every chewer: has, an

opportunity to get acquainted with the they've missed bynot getting SCHNAPPS What? Records.
I facts and .know that'drugs' are not used they'll feel like kicking
Charles E. in Fiske lowo-rhea
Blaney O'Hara. in
W fI to produce cheering quality-found themselves.' Edsion 35c, Columbia 25c.
started on a tour of the Eastern the famous Piedmont country flue-cured

cities. tobaccos,and that SCHNAPPS is what he SCHNAPPS is sold,,everywhere in .5.: Victor. 35c 60c and $1.00.
The fighting world was agog with ought to chew. Still,there are chewers ,
arguments after the great fight. who other and cheaper tobaccos cent cuts, and 10 and 15 cent plugs. Be You'can get record
Xmas Suits for Boys i When Referee George Slier declared accept any you,

! j "I Gans second a winner round, after on a?foul one'in of the the forty-fast. that do not e give the same pleasure. sure you get the genuine.A I -want at the

est and most stubbornly fought contests -
ever held in this country be- Clutter Music House.
Don't Forget the Boy :< tween lightweights, the admirers of : '.
< I both fighters began arguments. the Machines going daily at $lt
Come to our store this week and'look over these < Gans followers claiming the negro ;
had been deliberately fouled, i i
I week.
I per
Boys' Suits. We will say*you enough on'elch :suitas ; < Nelson's backers were emphatic in

( indicated }by the figures:below) tO-buy the boy: a < I'their robbed declaration of-the that fight.the* "Battler"was I :s Scholarship t tfJ Do you own one?
nice We makejtjiese; low in order
present. ; prices to < i l The pictures show the full forty-
dear up the entire lot. "*_ '< ;I two rounds, and the final round shows, NEXT ,.. !: for the. full Business Course I
i I the foul blow delivered-The; ..pic1I TERM ; I Florida and Alabama
Blouse I tures run for about three minutes in our College would. be a'I'
36 Suits, Russian an Sailor good quali- < i I i ,
j after. the finish of the -
fight showing
ties, our regular $5 Suits for... . .'. .$3.85' < !the crowds surging toward: the. ring BEGINS valuable t LAND COMPANYManufacturers
30 Suits, Norfolk, Russian and Sailor Blouse,fine < I,and the movements of the principals rz TUESDAY' of

qualities and very popular, our $6 grade for. .$4.95 < after the battle was over JANUARY 2Christmas Present = and Dealers In

25 Suits in Russian and Sailor Blouse fine "Fiske O'Hara." LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHIN
Fiske O'Hara., the new Irish star I r for
J and cheap at the regular price, $7.50 and $8.00. < who is shortly to be }Introduced to the; f, ." your boy'or girl.t'cK :

this week for. . . ... . . . . .$5.75 < playgoin? public by :Charles E.I = .. .- ( '.' i
Blaney, is twenty-six years old and is| I It
12 Suits, in Fine Blue Serge, Russian Blouse 1
with white over-collar, our best regular $10 < Nothing tit could I
you give 38 S. Palafox
Suits, for. '. ... . .I. . ... . . . .$6.95 :j : would be of St.
;I-in: -yr>:; .t value or more
(Next to Kress.)
Sizes range from 3 to 8. < =
A lasting .effect ,hat a good Business "

Above prices are good for this week only. Hun- : r1j; .Education. Investigate our tl FIREWORKS
dreds of other popular styles and patterns. <
= rates and courses of study. Business f
Regular sizes 7 to 17, from $1.50 to $4.00. :j College.. Fine Fruits, Confections,
< P 2P2 tit fl t!" ftrt 'Itr ?(t1({ t r n

, WATSON, PARKER & REESE CO. .! Escambia Cigars.Oysters.Always .

"EVERYTHING TO WEAR." ] : w on-Hand.

Goods Delivered to An Parts of City.

YN. New Date and Fresh Nuts Just

Santa Claus Headquarters Received.PHONE 1231..

<< :Toys Books Games Block

; Gold and Leather. Goods,

. Just received two carloads horses and mules. Extra _
fine and well broken. Can be seen at our stables. I Harry Herrrsen. as "The Royal Chef," 4 FIRE WORKS! FIREWORKS!
Dec. 27.

sweetest tenor voices in the world. Elegant Store,'Elegant Stock, Store Service Unequalled.
He is'also gifted.with looks and bull;
that will put him at once into the the Oid Rtliahi9 I COE'S Brent. Bsildia'Phane236 ,
209 E. GARDEN 'STREET.. leading rank of the matinee idols. :,, BOOKSTORE 235.P. .
He is an athlete who b lives in
-- -- keeping himself in condition also.I THE LARGEST, THE CHEAPEST, THE BEST.

,His mother travels with him, looks .
(after his meals and comfort and sits t y
I j in a box each night to hear him sing
I I his love ditties and songs to the lit-
( tie ones. His mother :says.his love

UN DERWEA1H k", ,- 1 9

T Poorly disest- songs are all meant for her that she
I C is the only sweetheart he has. She one of the requirements of life. ..
food keeps will always be clean .z.
C1i1EBRATEO you In a rundown not say lose she his watches rosy cheeks him so that that he sweet will I C Clean Clothes I them to yOU

condlti0h.e voice through staying out fate t The New Method Laundry, WING HOP & CO.
l .y Sitters Mnll nights. This will be' the bill Christmas -' FHCHEII88 E..W,LAWRENCE:. Prop.>> See* Uuii,rj Ktj. W.IJ.'UU
FOR COLD WEATHERWe AGENTS WANTE0. Importers and Dtaier. lit
i ; aid digestion matinee and nigfit!
I Chinese
Japanese Fancy
J kt and thus cure "The Lien and; The Mouse."
; ndlgestlonDyspepsia "The Lion and the, Mouse" which Goods.
Henry B. Harris will present in this Embroidered Canton Crepe 8h..,.,
have its You need it. You Costiveness city ,at the opera house on Dec.. 26.j Handkerchief. Ivory, CMnaware.,
Toy Fireworks. Silk and Linen
Biliousness is an American play essentially and PIANOS=GOOD Embroidery Goods Dress Goods by
have the money. We want it STOMACH Chills, Colds conspicuously such and based upon a PIANOS the yard.Fine .
theme which has not been before exploited -
Let's It will be TT or Female Ills. dramatically. It deals directly, Imported Teas, Etc.
swap. a good with a subject which at the present! 31 S. Palafox Street Pensacola, Florida.

.trade for you-not bad for me, mind.moment The is very corruption much in of politics the public,and : 4 A good piano Is cheaper in the end, ,in the beginning -

legislation by the power combined l and all the time.A .
Imoney making organizations and thp|

50c and $1.00 a Suit Don't ForgetTO I dominance finance.To of unscrupulous. kings of: Watch for 79c is nevertheless a watch.A I One less Worryto

Charles Klein wijo wrote the I '
GET play and Henry B. Harris who had suit of clothes for the,at $ .98 isstill'a I
foresight to appreciate&he timeliness! contend with in life'sstruggle
of it. is due credit foe undoubtedly, suit.
Others at higher price too and Xmas Cakes one of the best dramas1,that has boon \ is the certainty
Yet articles dear because
seen in America in nfaay1 years. The are worthless. of
all the announcement of the hereis
to good. production .
We Have the Best In 'Town. .
causing much.comment. The sensate The ,same thing is true of cheap ..pi.a'npianos Laundry Satisfaction.You .
SPECIALTY is announced for ; .
and everything Line.else In the '. : which, are made like lightning and sound like. thunder get it when your
Eating Kina of All Cough Medicines. laundry work is done by
Refreshments of all kind. Mr.' E. G. Case,.a,,mail carrier of '-after. a little use.
Prices always reasonable. Canton Center, Conn.., who,has beenIn *
H. O ANSON Opposite' P'ostofllce. Phone 1Nick's the' U. S. Service for".about sixteen AKranlch: & Bach, Lester, Packard. Cassell, theThe
years says: "We have tried many Star Steam
cough medicines for croup but Cham- Clutter, Piano, last a life time and are always good.
PlaceNo : berlain's Cough Remedy is king'of'all Laundry
CASH CLOTHIER. and one to be relied upon every time. See them at the Clutter Music House-oldest
We also find it the best remedy for 37 E. Garden St Phone 1"Penucola
., Palafox and Main. 2. coughs and colds giving certain .results and 'l largest, in the state. Fla.
and leaving no bad after ef l I
I I' fects." For sale ,by all druggists. 1r
'- :.aria '

.... A ....-...;,- ..- ... t .-,;

h IB
0 ,

: :d.M :t j]( ..._i 1 C'. ,; "-' ,-W" t 5 : r. .. '- : -" ._, a\\. i d ,' __