The Pensacola journal

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The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title:
Daily journal
Alternate title:
Pensacola news-journal
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
Mayes & Co.
Creation Date:
December 21, 1906
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ;


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

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By Associated
Press. l
r Washington, Dec. 20-After ..
Governor Higgins States ':ithis talk with the president today -, INVESTm& !iON 1

INITIATIVE ..1s. Secretary Hitchcock, who Census Bureau Report Shows Nearly, Two ,Million Bales Get Increase in
Reasons For His Action ANDREFERENDUM was yesterday heard by the Pay Through i -
: 0
1\10 special senate' committee on t More Than at Same Period Last Year-Florida' ., ia
in Celebrated Caseat Indian affairs declared that 1 Agreement That Was

i' his order withdrawing from i Leads Production of Sea Island Cotton.By Tes mony Adduceq t That .

Considerable entry four million acres of Reached Yesterday. t,

land belonging' the five civIlized Average Movemeri..of ,
tribes will 'sta.Dd'and: >$: Associated, Press Sea Island cotton for' the current f '

Length. '& that the land will not be restored ?i, Washington Dec: 20.-The census I year is distributed as' follows: FlorIda Raise Effective Freight is 100 Miles ;

unless the investigation -$, bureau to-day reported the total cot- 21,880; Georgia. 20,794;., South September 1, : t.m t.t.a a
as:to the ton ginned from this years crop to '
legality of his act, 'to Carolina, 6,656. Twelve '
: Hours.
in the., State of which is now in progress, develops '-$, December 13 as 11,099,001 bales and Continues, Until Noe .. ., "or t '
Sieves Errors Were Committed '" that he has against 9,297,819 to the same date > ;' I : '
exceeded .
Montana by an Overwhelming his authority. last year. The number of ginneries Wheat' and Corn. vcmber, 5, 1907. ;'

.Prejudicing Patrick's A t?' in operation this year, prior to December Washington Dec* 20.-A bulletin Hill Road Representative: ; ... "
I i Majority. # *i & # # # # # # 3'#- # 12, was 28322. issued by the' agricultural, depart- -

Interests. The total of bales ginned by statesIs ment to-day shows the total prodac-CONTROVERSY OVER THE WAGE Said 200 Miles in Ten '" & :
\ : Florida, 55,575; Georgia, 1,513- tion in the United States this year:,

Special to The Journal. 416: South Carolina 93893; Texas Corn, 2,937,416,091 bushels; wheat SCALE FINALLY Y ADJUSTED' BY Days Was Good

CAit OF ALLEGED MURDEREROF Helena .Mont, Dec. 20.-The vote REENACTED THE 3,481,502. winter and spring 735,261,020 bushels. GENERAL, CONSUL OF COMPANYAND a : .
on the constitutional, amendment for ic '-
MILLIONAIRE RICE IN MANY i the establishment of the people's VICE PRESIDENT OF INTERNATIONAL Average. '-

rule In place' of, machine rule has 'S
amendmentwas ASSOCIATION OF "
was carried in the

tors in Montana have established.the! SOUTH, ARE WORSE THAN IN 1" j
AND IS FINALLY SUCCESSFUL. Initiative and referendum. By Associated Press. .J J'1
The vote was 36,374 .for the sys- Grewsome Washington' Dec. 20.-The controversy THE NORTH ON ACCOUNT OP :. J 1
tem and 6,616 against it. This vote Act of Demented DESTROYED BY FIRE over the wage scale of machinists ;

is 76.; per cent tit the vote for candi. In the employ of the Southern INADEQUATE' TERMINAL "FAC1U : I
By Associated Press. dates.. 13,207 of the electorswho Woman in An AsylumAt I Railway was adjusted today<< by Alfred f
Albany, N Y.. Dec. 20.-la commuting ITIES. i
voted, .for men did not vote for P. Thorn, general counsel for the I 1 ,; : I
the death sentence of AlbertT against the proposal for or Vienna Special to The JournaL in. The vessel continonsly! gave the company and P. J. Conlon, first vice-

Patrick to life imprisonment to-day. and referendum an initiative; Panama City, Dee.. 20.-At 6:15 I three whistle blows after Intervals of president of the International Association '

liO\'ernor Higgins issued a memorandum too. ignorant. and system.. They were. ; Wednesday morning Immediately'- one minute between blows; that woke of Machinists in the following. Chicago Dec. 20.-In continuing

in whvh he says that Patrick's ditfrenchised.' This thereby elimination were of self- seeds; 't& Th'Journfcb; ter starting the machinery of the immense up this peninsula, as the alarm can' be agreement: the hearing on the car shortage Inve
conviction of the murder of Wm. M. low grade'voters is one of...the Vienna, Dec. 20.-;-Francisca Klein, plant of the German-American I heard for miles and the firm alarm is Thc.t the machinists all shops of tigation to-day before Commissioners
Rice was confirmed by a divided features of referendum voting.striking who was sentenced to penal servitude Lumber, Co., of Mlllville. FIa_ two understood by every one. the company be granted an Increaseof Harlan and Lane of the Interstate '

court: that n$ is not claimed that he adoption of the system is a direct The for life last January for the miles east. of this point a box in the I It is claimed that the company will I two cents per hour over that received Commerce Commission E W.: }foe '

coninutuHi the murder with poison; suit of the efforts of the Montana re- !murder of Johann Sokora,. a wealthy picket mill set a pack of shavingson immediately rebuild. The loss is i on August 3L except at Birmingham Keena vice president of the Chicago

that ie was convicted principally on State Federation of Labor. old man has in a fit of madness reenacted fire, wiping out the entire plant. I complete and ,one hundred thousand I 'and Sheffield where one and Milwaukee and St Paul R R. testt
the testimony of Charles' F. Jones, the crime. The fire was first, noticed by the dollars will not cover it Capt. Barrows and one-half cents shall be paid; that tied that his road moved treiglrt ttrn. '

who confessed that he murdered his She has been removed to a lunatic crew of the tug Simpson from Pensa- superintendent left last nighton the increase to all-apprentices shall average 'rate of one hundred miles:!

master while asleep at the instigna- asylum and owing to peculiar fits of cola, which was in port waiting to the tug Simpson for Pensacola to be one cent per hour. All effective ..In twelve hours. This was brought 1

Mon of Patrick, aad this purchased G GRAND hysteria to which she became subject take two barges of lumber back in report facts to the,head office at.that from September 1, last, and to continue out as against the testimony of a hi :
ns Immunity; that while these facts JUNIOR she was placed under the supervisionof place of two, empty barges brought point. until November 5 of next year. representative of the Hill roads. abe
mild not teem to \i'arrant interfering two celebrated said ,two hundred miles in ten dayS AI I
lunacy .
expertsDr. '
th the sentence of death, three of Hoevel : was a good average J' 'J
and "

tral>i,.'.,ai:ils r seven errors substantially were Judges so were strongly of committed prejudicing the of court the opinion at of the the ap- CONDUCTOR Of danced got whole At out midnight of and of the Dr.bed the Solder.murder and to other enacted scene.night She shq the,I'THE V N Y.INM08IlE (ESSEL BIOS S REJECTED the said Chicago\V..present that B.: BIddle Rock conditions time, vice Island were,in president worse'the and south than Padfe.1 of th'BC In'i ..':.,.rj',}J 1',. .1.'. t'j .I

sang an imaginary the north ,caused
"':htj> of Patrick, that the death by Inadequate tr ;


a towel ,
... a man condemned to death with which she pay strangled her victim. load freight promptly,
jved so large a part in the conduct ::
She then called to her husband to -
...s! own case even turning the come and help ,her and went throughthe OFC1TY' WORKS The Kansas City Inquiry. >.: !'I''iJ'
ueath cell" in to a law oface Will Pay Official Visit to the gruesome pantomime of rifling the HERE Kansas City Dec. 20.-In resuming! 'tth'
Rice, the
aged Texas millionaire, the investigation of the
dead man's pockets afterwards disposing subject ot ;: ",J
C u on September :23. 1900 Patrick Local car shortage :
Division transferred
of of the supposed body in a from St. -tj
:s finally convicted !n March, and sheet Ultimately she Louis to this city. Information= was ', !
was overcome ] II
r.IN: them has carried his case to the the Order., with fear and attempted to dash her If And Also. I For Remodeling Building at brought out to-day on the testimony :j
Will Be Filled Council Warned Customs
l-hest!:: courts repeatedly on various ] head against the waiLRESTRAINED oy by of Jr. R. Crow, of the Crow Coal Mtc-: 'l

t: :Ions ing Co., of Kansas City, that S. T. "'
Alderman D'AlemberteDoes Officials Not to Corner Commandancia Fulton assistant to President Win- ,
Patrick Not Satisfied. :Members of the Order of Railway I .5 chell of the Rock Island R. R, LrlJs I

Gaining: rY... Dec. 20.-PatrIck Conductors of this city have received' FROM Not Appealthe I *"Xoceed to Sea Short and Zarragossa Sts. ten: thousand shares of Crow C m- :.. '

anmunced tonight that he was. not notification that W. M. Clark grand pany stock by "courtesy but fat ,
', "sfied with commutation and junior conductor of the order will Case. Winchell is not involved. '

v::u'd! at once begin/ a-fieht for free- reach Pensacola to-morrow afternoonon CHANGING ASSETS of Offic rS. At a special meeting of the Boardof 1-t

drj \ writ of habeas corpus was. an official visit to the local division Public Works yesterday'afternoon

f> isid, to be applied for in the Uni- and will probably remain here at which were present Mayor Bliss VESSELS TOTAKE :' l 11
until By Associated Press.
'( States court. making Warden' Sunday night or Monday morn- I Atlanta, Dec. 20.-on petition ,-of The vacancy which exists in the The coast steamer P.4L Thistle-: and Chairman Zelius, the following ,
I :anson the defendant. ing.The city council by reason of the decisionof bids
grand I the Prowell Hardware Company, of wood, which arrived in port Wednesday were received for the'remodeling
Grand Rapids junior Mich.conductor is from : Birmingham, alleging insolvency In the circuit courtednesday after night from Pt. Ingbs and other of the truck house at the corner of CARGOES; i :*
and is :
out on a !fact the noon by which Alderman D'Alem- Zarragossa and Commandancia
appointment of the Chicago points her line found considerable '
visit on ,
to the "
SOUVENIR OFBUNKER south various divisions in the Title and,Trust Company' receiverfor bert was declared ineligible to represent trouble awaiting her here. The first streets J. E. Cope, ,%,185; P. Long 'I It
and comes here from Mont No. 12, will be filled by !:
I I the precinct & Co. $1,100; F. M Williams $981 I
gomery.4 o'clock He train will and arrive here on the Judge German Pendleton Insurance of Co.the, Fulton of Illinois the City Council provided of course, was who a told visit the by master the customs. Captain, officials Olsen E. H. Hall. $905. ; LIST OF STEAMERS UNDER CHAR } ;:

will be met by Mr. D'Alemberte takes DO steps As the approriation from the city TER TO THE GULF TRANSIT "
a committee of local superior court to-day: appointed of this city not to proceed to sea n- ;, .
conductors and Philip 'Alston temporary receiver, and towards appealing the case to a til he had secured licensed officers council for this work is only' three .
escorted to the hotel more COMPANY. .
s:1:1:1FOUND I where he will restrained the higher court, which is his privilegeif hundred dollars the board rejected all .1
stop during his visit company changing he desires.. as it would be a violation of .,
Sunday the' O. R. C. its assets in this state with the law. The second trouble was a the bids. ,- y
MRS L VAN WINKLE, men will hold Whether or not he will appeal from 1
a meeting, when the which it; has a deposit of ten thousand libel suit filed against the steamer. ,. tt I
I grand junior dollars in bonds.STANDARD.' the decision of the circuit court and The following' steamers.are under ::: .
conductor will The libel suit was filed in the :
THE be
ON BATTLEFIELD present and deliver carry the case to a higher court is CONGRESSIONAL charter to the Gulf TransitCompany J, r f
an address, ant it is United States court yesterday morn- ,
expected that as yet undecided. Mr. D'Alemberte and will arrive the
IN 1776. the meeting will be a most ing by Max Klein and is .in the :sum on dates, named ., "
interest- did not care to discuss that portion for
ing one. Mr. Clark OIL of $11-1.53. alleged to be due for cargoes: .j'
is sug-
known by some I of the case last night when called up SALARY QUESTION For Liverpool-H O. Saltmarsb, :: .
of the 'ocal conductozwho, will extend over the telephone and asked if he plies furnished the' vessel on former Dec 50. j 1
"tie) him a' i. visits to this port. 'The libel was It
o the
highly prized and most warm welcome.
intended taking an appeal. In replyhe For Dunkirk-Harley, middle of ,
Mh, !able souvenIrs of the battle of simply said: taken into custody pending the set I .' -.'I t t'January.
urk,'- mn tlement of the suit or the giving of .,
of 1776. is in the posses- RE-OPENED BY 'SENATOR GAL.;
"I am not now in a position to 'For Havre-Cycle, In port; Harley '
J'n of Mrs L. Winkle of this M.lllIONS'ERE' bond. '
Van By Associated Press. "
state._ _
*",'\ j 1' K a large pocket knife with New York, Dec. 20.-Hearings in The customs official called upon the LINGER'S AMENDMENT TO (or substltue) middle of January. ., o.j
L.. ., It is supposed that by the next For Nantes-Cycle, In portFor 'rf-
hanrle the case of the who resides to
and two blades. the state of ,Missouri captain here. ascertaIn -
meeting of the council, which will be APPROPRIATION BILL. Savona-Caprera. Dee. 22. :.
h*st of which is about three inches CHARGED OFF against the Standard Oil and other why it was that he was navigat '' ,'
will be known !
to Wednesday night, For Genoa-Clara, end December; :
lencth companies ended ing a vessel of this size'and nature
'I'h'' suddenly to-day what steps, If any Mr, D'Alembertewill Caprera, Dec. %%. .'; !1
knife vas found lying beside when, after a conference between without a first officer and he was ,t'
the council will be in ;
take and For Barcelona-Clara, end Decem ,
'S: 'h ".!n t ..:* ',,*n killed in army the battle, BOOKS OF NEW YORK LIFE AS Oil!, and Counsel Eddy for the a position to take some action. the law should he leave port without Washington, Dec 20.-In the.senate berFor > "'I
y Venice->Aristea Dec. 24. .:; .
J. boa'rdCaptahi to-day Senator Gallinger reopened the
iiMlson.. great grandfather Republic Oil Co, the latternotified more licensed officers onr "' i
fIr \-i' \ ) PRICE OF DOING BUSINESSIN Commissioner Olsen slated to a Journal movement recently killed in the houseto For Trieste-Aristea, Dec 24 j :!y
\\jnkle, who has Anthony that the defense
pre- i ilARGE" t
A '' ,
RECOVERED end December. 'f I
Clara :
increased salaries for ,
k"> be secure members -
'lIh i other relics handed would call no more witnesses reporter yesterday afternoon that .
PRUSSIA. For Boucau, Bayonne)-Charles :
'* of congress, by the introduction (
n to IIM i in New York.TRU5TEES. had no intention of leaving port without ;
Ih. th. :..i.iiuue- .. .. I of an amendment to the legislative, la Cour, January 1. '
q. the number of officers. "
r J 'IJ'*. Oct 26,01 1606 tne which knue appears is sup- ANCHORAND The vessel necessary is moored on the west executive and judicial appropriation For Bremen-August Belmort, December .. .?; ,

'' '<, be the date of manufacture. 4': Bv Associated Press. FOR side of Palafox wharf where she will .bill to increase, the salaries to seven 24.NEGROES. : }:flt: '

New York. Dec. 20.-In the investigation remain until a first officer Is'added thousand five hundred dollirs. TO CELEBRATE .:t) if
of the New York Life Insur-
to the crew and the,libel either -
ance Company by the grand jury today -
bond .
CONVICTION NOBEL PRIZEBy adjusted or given.
it was shown by the examinationof I HURRICANE BY THE BARK I BUILDING .FOR BERKELEY I By Associated Frets ..

Darwin Kingsloy,, vicepresident I New York, Dec. 20.-Bishop Walters .
Associated Berkeley. CaLDec. 20-A plan fora
that three million five hundred thou- Press FERRERA.A ''ilOOTONLEVYCO. president of the Afro-American '
BIG I Washington Dec. 20.-The
LAND CASE president public exhibition building for I
sand dollars worth of stocks:: was t council to-day, In issuing a call to "
tooay'announced John
I that Berkeley was set on foot at the meeting
:charged off as the price of the privilege Mitchell, II negroes to celebrate January 1, the "
president of the United 1 of the Berkeley Chamber of Commerce J
i t i of continuing to; do business in MIne| Workers, as the representative large anchor and many fathomsof ORGANIZED at its meeting held Thursday forty-third anniversary of the Issuance "' I l ,
CnlCERS Prussia the stock having' been sold I the hurricane by of the emancipation proclamation ;
OF NEBRASKA LAND : of labor and Marvin Hughitt president chain lost during -* night when the motion was made to i j J '
I to-the New York Security and Trust of the the Portuguese bark Ferrara were re II % by President Lincoln, declare
Chicago and Northwestern establish the :
a building on between -
sjtD FEEDING CO. FOUND I Company it being alleged that' the 'I Railroad, representative of capital, covered yesterday from the bay by the Southern Pacific plaza and Key- "We should cry aloud against the In4"I: I

GUILTY OF a'ewas not bout fide. have accepted the positions tendered the wrecker of the Louisvile and NEW CONCERN WILL OPEN IN I Route tracks. Samples' of the articles justices being perpetrated against us :... I
Nashville Railroad. I the of the "Jim Crow"car :
by enactment
them'as members of the I i
board of made' by the different -
I Two and fathoms of BLOUNT BUILDING ABOUT factories laws in J
anchors many and the disfranchISement
TO DEFRAUD. I trustees' the :Nobel peace.P'riZ I I lof Berkeley will be placed on exhibition -! ,
JETT SAYS HE chain were lost during the bvI the South. We should let the world<<
aloni,1 'FEB. 1,.,NEXT. | in the building for the purpose "
Muscogee wharf
the bark near know that injustice has been done oar
I side of which she was lying, and although of "booming" the college town. The race by the dismissal of Innocent negro f
By Associated Press. KILLED CONGRESS and rhain could Th i structure will be two stories in .
"nn-u, COCKRILLBELIEVED I the anchor I soldiers at the behest of race f
lJ(>c. 20.-In the federal dis- height the first floor ot which will be 1.
sufficient i :
t- divers :
; ; '',n,, reached by poVBrj Letters' of. incorporation have been prejudice. 'I
::: : Bartlett Richard- used for exhibits and the second '
s. ,.. 'do. tonight. ; could not be secured to pull it up until -:forwarded to the secretary 'of state ,
'j''''s">ent.: Will G. Comstock ADJOURNS story for the meetings of the Chamber I TITLE .
\"JC the wrecker from the L. & N. shops I| at Tallahassee, .incorporating the CASE INVOLVING
lIpt 1 1lN(1.fl. ,: c. c. Jamison treas- HE IS ATTEMPTING TO was secured. This easily lifted one of i Hooto 1-Levy Company, with a capitalization of Commerce and other civic I OF LAND BEING HEARD .
: :N, !stneral manager all of the Rv Associated Press. the anchors and a quantity of chain] of $7, OO. the incorporators bodies. '
\"'I'ra- .a Land and Feeding Co, and SHIELD HARGIS AND CALLA- Washington, Dec.. 20.-After ,a ses- to the wharf, but the other anchor being J. J. Hooton, L. If. Levy ,and i One case consumed all of yesterday
uii I '
fl"1\1\' Triplet their agent were HAN BY CONFESSION, sion of three quarters of an hour could not be moved and was left In W. S. Hooton. MAN BADLY CUT in the circuit court, Judge Carter .q
ttd on thirty-six counts charg- the house to-day adjourned until presiding and although court continued -
i he bay.THE The Hooton-Levy Company will I
"lrunsplrac: > to defroud the govern- January 3. _ open a general sporting goods store : AT ESTO MONDAY: until 11 o'clock last night the -' ,
ni, and subornation of perjury. The TRIAL OF Feb.I I case went over until this morning '
cs: "wolves By Associated Press. Senate 'Adjourns. "I in the new Blount building about \

'uldred thousand the title to the, four Cynthiana. K)... Dec, 20.-Testifying Washington Dec:: 20.After brief | COL. W. D. MANN.By 1, and will ,occupy the middle store Special 1 to The Journal,, without The case being was completed.that of T.. A. Jen ,' J

ao::>i:<'d to have acre "Spade" ranch in his own behalf to-day Curtis Jett discussion of the president's 'action on the Palafox street sIde; The busIness !- Esto. Dee. 20.-la a fight here Monday ningy vs. Louis Boley for the '

f'lred.! been fraudulently se- surprised the commonwealth by: con in dismissing the negro troopsof: the Associated Press.' will, conducted by W. S. mghC between Harvie Williams :of held possessIon -Y '
some property now by
fessing to,the ,murder of Town Mar- Twenty-fifth regiment the senate 'So. New York Dec. 20.-In the trial of Hooton and L. M/Levy, and Mr.'Levy and' a man by the' name of Skinner, the defendantConvention .
sbal Cockrill four, years.ago: .' day adjourned untIl January 3V Col. W. D. )Mann editor of Town will leave for the East in a' few daysto the former was badlycut, but Is getting ,1f
Murderer Hanged. In a previous confession Jett had Topics, for perjury Moses Wooster. purchase; goods. He has sold his along ,very well today: Ratified. -'. .:1i '

bans Raleigh* X. C., >*. 20.-Ben 3S il- implicated Judge Hargis and SheriffEd Deficiency Bill Signed. a former employee. testified that store at Bohemia and resigned his ; Skinner was tried here Tuesday in Paris," Dee. 20.-The senate to-day '

tdt'r::!: was hanged here to-day for the Callahan 'and In. assuming single Washington, Dec., 20.-The presi- Mann had fixed his "0. K." and I position as postmaster there. the Justice court and was' sent' to jail I I ratified the Algeciras Conventiona' '

;.: of Alex Clark. Both are ne- i responsibility, thestate' believes Jettis dent to-day signed the urgent 'deficiency initials to the so-called Reginald The new concern' ought to prove as be rould'not make the J500/ bond which th#,chamber of deputies approved 2

va trying to ,shield ,the two .others. bilL i Ward letter. very strong and popular' one. on December G. '

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t We are making the greatest reduction LITTLE BOYS' SUITS.. .


3 : of the entire season on a-half dozen of our Prices Good for This Week Only. .

; 1Cf most popular price lines of Lad est Crav- 9 5. Russian and Sailor BlouseSuitr $3.B5 (

rj TI enette Coats and Children Suits. 9 6.OO "' si. "' $4.95

i 1 Ii It OUR REGULAR $15 $16 $17 ancf. : $18, ': :" ." ;,',IL .U," 75
'1 85 S 8.00 -...". < ( '$5.
.J II CRAYENETTES, all placed on one rack for your:choice, ,- '

i i; THE BEST $10 CRAYENETTE IN THE:CITY, your choice $'O.OO "t'" '96.93 s

1 : in this lot for .- \ '. $ 7 75, .

All in Fancy Cheviots and Blue Serges some with ,

f One Special I Lot for this sale, ,

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, R RAILROAD D NEWS. [f : : ,BEULAH.: : 1 HEAVY FRE1GHTBUSINESS I CHUMUCKLA.' : j Don't ,Forget II ffJackson Square Coffee" i I;i

Special to The Journal. 1 "
Special to The Journal:: North, ChumucKla Dec. 21.It has TO GET I

!I Of INTEREST and Beulah.appreciative Dec. 20,audience-There was at the a large Bap- past exceedingly few days. warm here' for the'| ) This is the Coffee to drink three times a

tist church in Beulah last Sunday to F :Mrs K C. Gentry of 1505 Davis masCakes B day. Your grocer will supply you. Remember |

hear Rev. Pastelle. He gave us a Ave., Pensacola, spent several days the price is only 25 cents. 3i
good sermon, as is his wont, and is I with her uncle and aunts Mr. and Mrs. We Have the, Best in Town.
doing good work for the Master in C. McDavldAluring week. )
HERE NOW H. past
this community Mr. W. A. McDavid, of Camp"11, on and everything else In the i I| IMPORTERS COFFEE COMPANY Ltd. j II
-L After services there was a pretty the Alger-SulliTanr'road came ,home Eating Line.Refrcehmentc ,
church wedding., when Mr. John T. Saturday% and returned Sunday! Mr. .
Wilson and Miss Addle J. Potter :McDavid is general woods foreman for Prices always,of reasonable.all kind .. 4' NEW ORLEANS, LA., ,U. S. A. I
'Trainmen Are Now Under 1 were united in marriage. The cere- Louisville & Nashville Hand- the Alger-Sullivan people. N
Ii r mony was performed by the pastor Mr W. C. McDavid and Misses Ada Opposite Postofflce. Phone 134 ;7l i j II i'II nit" fIII WII m,:IIq: ::mm:nnuun I! :!IImlllll 11I11I111I1111111:II,: i

Rev Pastelle The happy couple V. Davis and Nina McDavid spent the
, Supervision of the ling Immense Amountof '
; were escorted to the home of the
at McDavid last Saturday and all
't day Nick's Place one
of the ot t'e.
; Yardmaster. 1 groom dinner near was by served, where to a about bountiful fifty Freight.The report Mr John a most Wilkinson delightful, a time.prominentand Glean I Clothes 1' -them will always be clean if ion

I guests: This worthy couple have the influential citizen of Bogata; No. 2. jto
best wishes of this for i The New Method
,. : w Texas, is visiting his daugVr, Mrs. Laundry
; An important chance relating to I their future happiness. freight business over the local Walter D. :McDavid. of McDavid. He PHONE 1186 E. W. LAWRENCE. Prop. Sea Vctbotf UuBdrj Bid* W 8mn, >J
traimen has been placed into effect : Paul Shelby and ,wife and Geo. divisions of the Louisville & Nash: is accompanied by Miss Mabel Keeth.) AGENTS WANT&O.WWWHH .
.i by the Louisville & Nashville Railroad .Garrett and wife, of Muscogee.. were ville which' reach ,Pensacola is exceptionally a sister of Mr. Thomas A. Keeth, Tax

in this cit).. Under the new condi- guests at the Wilson home Sunday, heavy just at present, and Collector of Red River county. Miss **JHfiHHE HMH *.... ...' #
lions the selecting of train crews, the Mrs. Shelby' and Mrs. Garrett being the trainmen are being worked hard Mabel is one of Bogata's most popularand NEW CAFEWe fli3tA
excusing of conductors, flagmen and] I daughters of Mr. John T. Wilson. to handle the increased traffic. charminVoung ladies. I DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, *
engineers from duty and the calling Mr. and Mrs D. W., Bowman entertained I Misses Lena and Bessie McArthur
I' of these men for duty; bj call boys is I a large company ot friendsat this The outbound much freight, had increased I spent last Saturday in Milton. : ,: have just opened a I CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSE I
more heavily than the
year '
now under the supervision the yardmaster dinner Sunday. Those presentwere incoming, although the latter Is being,! Dr. Frank M. Thupen of Pensacolaand ,Cafe, in ,connection with the I 'STERLING SILVERWARE. J
instead.o* the.master of trains Arthur Spare and family Miss Prof E. L. McDaniel. our efficient
handled Hotel
In l
much and serve'me
larger at ART POTTERY
quantities OPTlCAL"GOODS.
I can '
Laura '
I' as heretofore. jrI t I Bowman of Roberts Miss superintendent of public instruction, e
; ,' iOf course on the road the men are Florence I' Thatcher, of Pensacola. the The than addition during December of :' of last: year. are the guests of Mr. H. C. McDavid, all hours. Short orders a I' CUT GLASSWARE. |
if: wilder the master of trains, but the assembling ;-l(:Misses Angie, Malonie and Jettie tw.,9extra freight They spent yesterday afternoon In the "!
trains over the P. & A.,. specialty. Special rates by
1 of the crews and starting; Busby' of Beulah and Mr. Fletcher one going on woods. They brought In about fifty I aF
x.f from the city comes under the ions-I(I I Bowman of Muscogee the Florala branch at Crestview and I quail and other small game. The,doctor week or month. i *

- diction of the :yard master, at whose J)I Mr. John Iathis, who' Is employed the other enabled through the company to River to Junctionhas handle' is an old school mate of your) correspondent I PARK HOTEL, I F Engraving and Fine Stationery. i ii \
1 office thi trainmen will report ono- at the Southern States logging camp; and these two distinguished -
JJ; lag out en a run and on returning. {!was home with his family Sunday. the business' satisfactorily and for gentlemen always have a I 104 .E. Government', St.
;t. Shop Men are'Gratified. i' W. A. Shelby was in the city ,Saturday the business north many trains, in ;I hearty welcome to our town and especially I i
'The employees of the local shops !I getting supplies and repair addition to the regular ones, are run.. at Mr. Henry McDavid's i | Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention. I I
'. numbering some three hundred, arej!|;parts for his saw mill. The freight business has been home. I Just Received. i 1'
Ii1. gratified at the raise trey hate re-t, Albert Garrett and Wiley \Veaver steadily, on the: increase for some Mrs W H. McDavid and her son.1 i mil Imported\ pickles Macaroni Sauer Kraut Sweet, Mackerel OIL Cheeses CodFish ---- |
: reived from the company, dating from: were in the city on business Saturday, weeks occasioned by the shipmentof Harry, are spending a few days in. Pig Feet. Spanish Onions Pilot
A Dwember 1, and when the additional: laL holiday goods to local merchants Milton this week: : with relatives and Bread trench Navy Bread. Everything E. O. Zadek Jewelry t
; amount hat will hereafter but though much: bf this business has !fresh and new. _
ft he
paid Mr Mrs.
and A. J. Busby were in] friends. I i ,
Hazel $1 00
", rach man for his labor is figured up I I the city Saturday to,consult physician been done still the traffic is showingno Mr Albert G. McDavid. one of our Marine per gallon. MOBILE, ALA. \
<' It, will total a very neat sum. The [ In regard to Mrs. Busby's health. decline, hut 'on the, contrary an hustling town boys is in Pensacola on I Grocery Company.. "WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE." "*
; raise 'of mechanics is from 10 to '15; She has been sick for a long time Increase. Wholesale merchants are business!'! I V. J. VIDAL. Manaae' **-Jtt** *4iHHHriHftHHHt*"' '' .. '''' I
i t rents per day, and here In Pensacola 1'!and does not improve as fast as her now doing Immense business with Our city council has passed ,an ordinance .
will be quite a noticeable increase' ''friends wish. towns in this section. that all saloons must close at
The advance in wages was made to I In |I Born: To P. C. Dawkins and wife The Riera Shoe Co. will ,"count the 12 o'clock Monday night the 24th, so ,
: flll employees of this department off 1 ja daughter on December 13:: beans In the boot" Friday, Dec. 21. the boys need not expert any free H. P. CHIPMAN, Manager.
the road and also to the section\. S. W. of the Tom and Jerry, nog or warm
Lang Star egg
Turpentine ,
Jt workers The correct answer will get the Roasters Bleeders and Shippers of! High j Grade American'
i I{!Co. is somewhat better and his boots. drinks on Christmas morning as has I
Pay Train Will Arrive. ]' many friends hope:for .his. speedly re-:. been the custom here for many Fine Coffees
'The Louisville and Nashville pay 1[covery. 5 ears. i Portland CementHARD r-
i: train is due to arrive in Pensacola Mr. Watson'does not rally from his Mrs ?Milton Watson and lovely OUR COFFEES ARE, SOLD BY ALL
>- this afternoon to distribute many wound as fast as ,his friends would r G01 LDING.. | danshter Miss Xora soent the day in' I I GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL. WALL:PLASTER. KEYSTONE LIME, ACME
thousands of '
dollars the
among employees like to McDavid 'Wed'nesdalaL
have him and is still in a DOUBLE FLINT COATED ASPHALT DU51
,:.1 1 here. The visit of the train serious condition. I|. \'= c : : : : Mr. Chas. Deato of Xorth Caro- I ROOFING FELT. 1,2
t this month is a few days earlier than There was preaching at the | Tina soent the night at Mr H. C.McDavid's .'' Lit
; heretofore in state'J Beg to state that we are now in shape to make deliveries i'
order that the ,
convict 1 a few nights ago lie is
camp last Sunday. 1 oaf '
. may .receive their salaries ,afe.w .I: Born: To Rev Xetherland and Special to The JournaL, 1.ow'in Pensacola3Iss I on Parthenon Brand of a
: r days before Christmas. Garmers.' Dec: !O. Postmaster | Leila Saville visiting !lcDaI -' Ladies'I
.r -.- .- i 4wife I a daughter of which they are Mooney, Messrs. LIttlefield, J. A. I Pure White Portland Cement.
this week.Prof.
{:justly proud, .The little one'made: avid
MEETING NOTICE. 1 Moore and W. N. Hartgrore and wire, '
; "There will be a ireeting of thej i it its advent. into. .the world. on DecemjberStb : were Pensacola visitors this week. F. S. Bondurant of Steadham. i guaranteed to pass specifications of the United State 4L i
I Ahu. who at one was principal o! Army Engineers American Society of Ovil Engineers etc.
National League of Navy Yard Emt -' Two gentlemen from Cincinnati, 1
Brownville High; School at Rrownvilla Architects Contractors and Block Manufacturers win
J Ben Walters, was home to his ;'
: pToyees Friday. Dec. 21, at Knights j i ir i iof I see Ohio, Messrs F. Hopper and W. Gil- Texas and later of McDavid Institute Chritmas please remember the varlet of bl? ..cla*s result that can ; j
i family last Sunday.! He has a lucrative be secured from the use of Pure White Portland Cement. I
Columbus Hall. o\er the Sew Orleans '' key are to soon become heal fide is Instituting in town. Prof., .
position in the city. citizens our Immediate deliveries for carloads: and a..o !l lena made
s: Grocery. Business of importance I Mr W R. Pierce, of Mojave. Cal.. of West Florida as' they have Bondurant is the guest of Mr. H. C., from our stocks at lontgomeryPensacola. ,. Birmingham and
I each made application for homesteads also direct from mm.: ,
and battle scared IQFJJ
McDavid is veteran

.' C. E. \CKLEFORD.. I is the guest of his brother. J. F. en the ba>ou. four Tour collect telegram will get our prices on small iota i ,
f 20dec Jt Secretary. I Pierce, of Klondri.e, and; will make Mr. J. J. McCasklll.. of the firm of haTing received: of 41 wounds as well as carload lots w j ,
an extended visit with friends and during unpleasantness years
i & Co.,
Mooney business
was a visitorat
Shoes II IIOur
I relatives in tbi .vicinity and Pensacola. Garniers Monday 1 last. Having ago. Carolina Portland Cement Co.,
This 1s his first visit home _._
come In on his lanuch with a lead ----- ---- Atlanta Ga.
EEPORT. since he left here four
years ago. of merchandise.. i
]. )Ir. Goodrich is
Postmaster Nominated. ] now' busy: plastering ..
I Washington Dec. 20,-The president his new hotel on the :Narrows.His Must Have ,Luxuriant and Glossy $2.00 $2.50 and -
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intention is to mate this a complete Hair, No Matter What Color. .1
today sent to the senate the ,
; home for the traveling publicin The finest contour of a female face, STEVE GEEKER
Special to The JournaLFreeport. nomination of C. H Dyar, to be post{ 4000!
Dec. :20! ,-Mr. J. D. Russ 1'I master at Adairsvilie, Ga. every particular. There will be a the? sweetest smile of a female mouth $3.00 Shoes for ladies 4000!
was in town Tuesday. I Chop 1 I on Christmas night' to which: ; loses something if the head is I 3s'S.
F Mr. Blue Colvln Is in town: I jI j,everybody is invited, crowned with scant hair. Scant and are wonders- Palafox St.
*. On last Sunday quite a number of I Messrs. Ad. and Dallas Duncan falling hair, it is now known, is eye-qpen- (Next to t<;rul.) I What? Why, Records.
people from Freeport went to Portland madea visit to their father Mr. Kel caused by a parasite that burrows I
to attend the dedication of the I ScrofulaMakes son Duncan at Town Point this week.We into the scalp to the root of the hair ers-purse ticklers; full Edsion 35c, Columbia 25c.
r ,: Woodmen's monument to Mr. W. A. had the satisfaction of killinga ; where It saps the vitality The little FIREWORKS:
X\lse There was also. quite a number fine specimen of grey fox this; white scales the germ throws up In of snap, style and com- I Victor 35c 60c and100.
of people from DeFuniak. 'The Its known week., The funny part of it is we. burrowing are called dandruff. To 1

\Voodmen were in full attendance' presence I killed it up a small pine tree at least; cure dandruff permanently, then, and fort. -' .. Fine Fruits, Confections, You can record ou
and the monument was a very pretty by many signs,:-glandular fifteen feet from the ground, whereit i to stop falling hair, that germ must get any >

#' one.Mr. I tumors, punches in thdfeeck, had climbed from the dogs. be killed :Newbro's Herpicide, an ".8 Cigars.Escambia the
" Henry Reddick passed through I W. X Hartgrove is .improving his i entirely new result of the chemical at
here this week on his way to. De- cutaneous eruptions, inflamed homestead by building a kitchen and! laboratory destroys the dandruff '
t- Funlak. wMrs. I ': eyelids, sore ears, other rooms to his house. germ and, of: course stops,the falling Oysters.Always Clutter Music House.
< Ed. Rogers went down 'on the Mrs. Bushnell Is at home with her ,hair and prevents'baldness.,
Frltx to Mary Esther to spend ,the catarrh and wasting diseases.Hood'sSarseparjlla. mother, .Mrs., Inom. until 'after the i For sale by W. A. D'Alemberte Riera Shoe Co. on Hand. Machines going:daily at $1

holidays.; holidays. drusreist! and apothecary. 111 South deeds Delivered,to All Para, .f City.
On Saturday. Mr and Mrs. Wm. We have had several ,good rains i Palafox street, or,send lOc,In stamps, and "- per -week.
Cor. Palafox and"Romana New Date -'Freeh Nuts Just
Wesley of Pt'Washington were hi'Q. I during the past few days. Somethingthat ;t for"sample to'The H rpiade Co., De-f,r 'Sts. Received
a little town. Effects permanent cures. was badly needed. I I Itroit, Mich. i PHONE 1231. Do you own one?


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'\ViVfr: ::0' ::0 i't' .. C H IstMAS"ro Ever .since ofthe: t1 e.Cans-Nelson- nsauSfaetory fight terminatlon' at- .1 I Ii Ir

: .Goldfield'r'evedathere; : has. been the
1 't .liveliest diseusslon.among; all classes, Christmas
/OUR' r of people as" to whether the blow} 1 .
r' n i which the Dane delivered in the 42nd i ;
round./'and which Referee George Sil-
I er declared;to be foul, was in realitya
r foul and whether Siler saw the
blow:delivered. It is Billy
i E\ksr, ;'Pearl;Ea g an-Home and Nolan that Slier had his back turned Presents
CHRISTMASFEAST 5 when,thet blow was-track and that he ; F
I Salvation Anny"'Will did not see the punch' which caused .

v Gans to drop to his. Knees. ..
Make Many THappy. The moving pictures of the battle.
which have drawn thousands of
E : / all classes of people in other parts of One of the.,most. desirable is one that is a t
Preparations for making Christmas the'country, including hundreds" of
bright for the poor of the city are women, will be seen at the opera quisite
\ < sOur being made by many ably inclined, and chief among' the preparations are' being made to take
organizations working to'this end are care of a record-breaking crowd at fancy boxes, ranging in price .from oc to j a.:

the Elks, Pearl Eagan Orphan Home each performance. The pictures drill $2. We have real beauties in Neckties t
\ fierce and more
and Salvation Army, and the baskets show 42 rounds of fighting.
and 'gifts 'distributed this year will I that we want you to share the. pleasure in
tables are heavily kden. E equal ,..f not exceed those, of former,,. 4
years. ', --__ them. ,Prices, 25c Jo $1.50.. .:"Fine linen. '
The-Pearl Eagan Orphan Home will
Handkerchiefs Socks
Your has been brighten the lives of the orphans who.e ,Pane ShirtsWhite .
coming : anticipated & are being reared there and great, preparations 'Vests, Cuff 'Buttons: .;!Collar But.tonsWatch .
are being madecfor the little_
; g ones entrusted to the care "of this ., 4, 4 a Fobs; etc. .. 1 ; ; ;
and we're' institution! M f ,
3 : ready to serve you. worthy The following 3 -
Elks ; a custom long \ 4i i
since established, will distribute
baskets Christmas : "
many poor families of the city. These 9 tai )
. "'" baskets will be arranged by members ,
MENU < E of the lodge and they will also s' '
I 4# y ;k
deliver them'in person to.those families 1" r
; whom they consider worthy. The --, > YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACK

Christmas Overcoats, a la ,Mode, '. . E Eo list Christmas of those basket who, would containing welcome many a C, 4 it Phone 79O 29 S. Palafox St. r

useful articles will, be' obtained by $ 3 >
$7.50 to $27.55. the Elks and to each nome 'a memberof e SA
the order will go on Christmas. day ,
and deliver the basket. t-. .
Christmas Suits Cream ;bf"of-Style) E' The.-Salvation*Army has)been: preparing -
-.for'its annual'distribution and

i $W'to $35-; and Christmas the: officers'dinner anticipate fqrseVeral feeding weeks,' '4.rK '< sI PIANOS GOOD PIANOS

two hundred and fifty persons on that nM
Christmas Hats Creme de la Creme j; date. This will be done at the Sal- -e+ I

vation Army headquarters on Government .
street, and iff addition ;

fl $2$3and ".$5' > f.." /' ....,(, l''t. >.- others will feel. the Jielping! hand many of A' oa ilo.1 fteaJPeP; the ;end*in they be-.'
yScryed | $ ,
.l: tv i *.-&. vt -l'" the army. It is tequettjed that those'who I 2 ., *; z:: il: l .:o .r '
to Fit and Suit Every;Head.- r anticipate making ,donations do ginning and: l.the.-time.. .- .

J 'Christmas ,. II t' ; f ti t e so money before food Saturday.and clothing Contributionsof will be It ,A :Watch for 79c< is nevpjthetess a watch.A 4
| R fr gladly received. -n: t. ; I f>

I i Selected Styles Fog Men of Taste i : I suit. ,of' -clothes- '. .. .--for r. the- ,[ rg* *srmart, 'at*.S4.98- ,)\$*.'- '
3 Everything That's Good. WRE TLlN.G INDB the last round is skid'! to be most ViV d'l i still a suit. i 4 *
ly portrayed; It 'will almost:, be )
same as'bavins a seat by the Yet these articles! are dear ,f "arfe.\ + hies S.! i,
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j The pictures are said to be the best I \ '
Served until Midnight, Christmas Eve. t. that have ever been taken of a fight. The same thing is true of cheap pianospiarids

8 A-S SKI8AllWITNSSEO[ ; A The battle took place in the afternoonIn which are made like.lightning and sound like thunder
Come to the Feast. t the open air giving the picture ma-
.. chine and
.. every advantage. : every -after a little use. :
blow and every detail of the greatest

E ring shown.fight of the decade are faithfully A Kranich & Bach Lester, Packard, Cassell, .Ht

[$ "The.Royal Chef. Clutter Piano, last a life time and are always good. .

Osborne Clemson' who plays the 1-
( 'HS' part of Lieut Parke in "The RoyalChef" See them at the Clutter Music House;_ -oldest; ;
STAJIDARDfOT8Il1GJ E"H "which" comeS to the opera house j in
and state.
By Large Number of. Young on Dec. 27, is a fair example of a largest

hard working young man on .the
t People at the Classical stage, and who is ambitious to succeed 'Lu

Only a few years ago Mr. _________._____
'? "6 School Clemson was a member: of the chorusof 4N m

"The Burgomaster." His excellent .. ................ ............ .1.NlNl1.1N11.M1..111N ;,
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Wrestling and basketball were witnessed -i
last night in the gymnasiumof i ELECTRIC f1
the Pensacola Classical School bya .its _. a.M. t ; Ii .
large number of enthusiastic young FREE FREE
people. No public announcement had t
been 'made 'of either the basketball ", r
nI( it ", '. game or the'wrestling match, but not- f = SIGNS i \ .' If j

- withstanding this fact .many were t '.< t
'' present. o. _
TURTON &S1MCE. BELL 1870., The basketball game was between It will take only,a zero to. represent all the harm .+ ;. ;.
PHOTOGRAPHERS ter Amateurs. PLAYERS[ s or THE'r the Scarlets and Purples composed of (' ,' V -" 4'rK3 % I I
KiCik Flauhlei PliES ;
Supplic 1 [ BYTE[ RIA I NSWERE students of the school, and was interesting ': i; 1y(.'P'ei4 ) r J t ever done by Electric: Signs; but it would take many ,
and well f
played considering .y -
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COTTRELL the ,practice of the respective teams 4 *,w*:P'.t P, x- h*'3x>*';::. ,3 figures to indicate the good they've done. Have you 1 I
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.Pensacola. I The Purples were victorious by the ? : i Ll
l learned to be sign-wise ji
Fla.R. I score of 25 to 16. 3Ct.i CnrG rn d'.r&f'w'rby aL4rF .
TWO lOCAl THEVICTORS' The feature of the 'evening how- l Ask to have ourrepresentative call and show you ii

ever, was the wrestling match be- fih *..
K. WHITE, d d r Tel. 106.
Hatchmalir.Kanulactiiring Jeweler and Graduate tween Prof. Ormond, of the Classical'School designs. : 'a: J.' i
titkun.10 S. Paiafol SwelL Pensacola. Fla.: and his brother. Archie Or- ; 4Jx i t
TEAMSWho 9. mond, of Princeton, who is in the I

GO TO city ered on one a vIsit.of the The best latter wrestlers is consid-at 'ota, d i Escambia County Electric! Light & Power Co. !i J ...

Chris Pleiffer's BakeryHe Princeton and the match last night r.e- ;.........+.........*....... +.*... *.....*....: ?
was one which showed both athletesto ;;. .:
will make a specialtyof Are to Meet at Palmetto In the Basketball Game in be well trained and hardened. .
From the moment they stepped on
lixed Cakes, Pound /i I Beach on Christ- the Church the mat they strived hard to secure ,. 1
Cakes, Fruit Cakes, Fruitsand Leag1le.: a down, but neither could ever suc- J'
: ; ceed in putting the shoulders: of hisopponent .. .'!
Candies for Christmas. mas Day. ;Last Night.The A ;
.. on the mat. and the match. 1.., )
Corner Hayne and Jackson was declared a tie. 1 t' I
Turkeys 1.1' If
$ts. Phone 1429.Tersely. ,
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The players who are to compose the second game of basketball In f'
----- -------- Pensacola and Atheletlc football the Church' League was played lpst l Ircxtxxa; xxx .e 'U ".."V r%. 4$ SS_ :'- Chickens ,

teams,, which are to meet for what night in'the gymnasium,of the.Y. M Y 'i A
Told will probably be the last football I I C. A. and proved to be one of the I Eggs :r'J t ,
game of the seasonon Christmas day. most Interesting of the 'games witnessed CHRISTMASI
!:. M. Sessoms and J. McLaughlin, have been chosen, and are now Cutting there this season- The Presbyterians I \ Geese _
cf MUllgan. were among the business In some ,hard work getting In I and Methodists were" op f (
Visitors to the city yesterday. shape for the game. The teams are I ponents, and the game was fast and LIQUORS r Western -
E O'Brien of Mobile, inspector of both heavy and the game should be I hard fought from the start to the a I(
hulls and boilers of steamboats is In interesting. It Is to be played at Pal-i finish the former team coming out I Meats I
the victorious by the score of 17 to 13. "
city on one of his regular visits.In mstto Beach and the young peopleare I
the article yesterday morning showing much' Interest. 'The were Quite present a good during crowd the.enthusiasts and e 65 c Per fiat, SSe .I I ""The Rajah in The Royal Chef. Celery- 4 i 1
regarding the Gonzalez-Clark wedding teams will line-up as follows: I __ 4 ,
th r name of the groom should have Atheletics Maneelr; right end; heartily cheered the good plays made PORT WINE !i! voice and his hard working methods ___ Lettuce i. : .
I by members of the respective E'
f .1r.. Levert Gonzalez instead >ottna Zelius, right tackle; Touart or teams. The players of the respective y (i soon won Wm recognition from the ') 'sI __ )
P Gonzalez. Scholls right guard; Caro center; teams SHERRY WINE y J[management and he was given a Cranberries '
were as : I .,
The bark: Ophelia which has. been Duncan left guard;' Jeanette or Fa. Presbyterians Laney, :center; ; C'ATAWBABLACKBERRY ,.I small part. Later he became a memo : 'I
dL; vourite, left tackle; WiHterson. left i her: of Miss Anna tleld's company ;
charging of ballast at theJll'y :
a cargo Lewis right forward; Barrow, captain Vegetables
end Bell, quarterback Caro right famous "Violets.
; the
; WINE and sung
yarn completed this work yeaifrda left forward; Roberts ri htgua.rd el'I -
half Zelius captain and left half; Last Mr. Herbert engaged him '
; season
} and towed to the city I 1
was up ; Mallory, left guard.
tu commence of lum- Brown full back; Bensubstitute.. I' for the'tenor part in "The Royal ..' ,
*erTh, bark taking Phyllis a cargo.was towed Pensacolaa-Broughton, right end;' Oertlng.Methodists right-forward Wilkerson\:,Williams center left; I SSe Per Eal S5e I I Chef and he has been Identified with
down to to Welles right tackle; Avery right I ; that role the past two seasons. :Mr. I
the the day
yard during Roberts, I
left forward; captain, right and We have everything to make the :.
aJoad ballast. guardEagan, center, Mallory. I i I I Clemson aspires to grand opera necessary up
guard left
tackle Chllderson, ; guard. "I II 'I few more work in this I II I
guard; Zelius.; ; I Can after a years substantial part of your Christmas dinner. We
|It rs in the flavor. Try Blue Ribbon left end; Lurton quarterback; Quina.. I I 1 I country he intends going to Europe to -..
v niia.! Absolutely' pure goes twice captain and fullback; Blount, left PAZO OINTMENT la ruarante DAYS. to Save You y I t I study voice culture. bought enough of everything, and we bought the
*, ;'al and the "Blue Ribbon Flavor"z half; McVoy, right ,half; Barton cure any case of Itching. Blind. Bleedingor $ Money on All t ,best. If have ever patronized us you already ;.
' size. substitutes I. Protruding Piles 6 to 14 days or y II'' ""The Lion and The Mouse. very you ..
nerfection. Ask for the :5c Finch and Sweeney c.1n
I I' money refunded. Christmas yy I Charles Klein's American play know that.we never short-weigh or overcharge. ,
; I .
: the Mouse which
MAXIMUM The Lion and
DEGREES,TEMPERATURE MINIMUM 47 DEGREES 66 !I I Double Hanging. MAINARD PFEIFFER DIED Jf Liquor. y I Henry B. Harris will produce hereon Ask your neighbor'what kind of treatment he gets ,

The. maximum temperature yesterV Knosrllle. Dec. 20.-Will and Andrew -I EARLY LAST NIGHT $ Don't take my word, but *.i Dec.: 26 has won from audiencesIn at this market. Everything spotlessly clean.. }Jo --.

*d ,lie Was tht 0 56 minimum degrees was at 3:30 47 degree p. m. Madisonville Upton near negroes here were,to-day hanged for the at I Miinard. the youngest son of Mr | call and get my prices. Ij J all demonstrations the largest cities of the approval most cordial and- flies, no ,dirt, no dust. l,; '; ;

*' 7 a. m Last year on the same murder of Richard Johnson on January and MM. Ernest F. Pfeiffer. of East i know where you'll buy. gI. .'it has certainly taken rank as the
dui! the maximum was 61 degrees '1. last. Robbery was too probable Government street passed away last Y {notable success of the new century. r '
a' -i' the minimum 50 degrees. cause. night at 9 o'clock after an illness covering __ Deservedly is this so for It Is a finely I II I F. GARTLAMD & CO. .
_. a period of about two weeks. I. I effective dramatic presentation of a,
---- w... .The child was the youngest, son JOE ROTH I, subject that Is ,at present of paramount : -
% of Mr. and Mra. j Interest with the American
tivn Ys Rely per a Pfeiffer hating I Cor. Baylen and Intendencia Phone 1132i' '.- i\
axa va aaRle>heCwLsacudl reacted too ate.o[ two years and,'the $ Ccfr BflTernaeDt and Tarragona Sts [people-the corruption of the civil.: i
the of
parents wCl hare the sympathy of the {government by power concentrated i
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tirely worthless 'when examined In

court-of this character were the ,re- t "Allan's
1jitoiajDAILYI ports 'charging :cruelty to employees
by convicts who had served a time ,
without hardship under. sentence from !
1! competent courts. In another class
) are the witnesses who signed contracts "
, r WEEKLY. SUNDAY. and incurred obligations .they Santa Claus HeadquartersToys Janice.

: were unwilling observe. Force is
PUBLISHED not to be excused, and cruelty is always -

...BY... to be condemned bat too much Books Games Blocks Frames
reliance need not be placed on the ,

J[ THE JOURNAL COMPANY. Word of men too ignorant to,observe : BRINGS NATURE 1$
distinctions clearly made in the law, Gold and Leather Goods .
and too immoral to stand by a con : ALL ITS SWEETNESSTO
j FRANK L. MAYES President an* General Manager tract. '

: Wholesale condemnation, will not FIRE WORKS! FIRE WORKS! MANKIND.

. J: MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. serve the purposes of justices--peon-
age must be uprooted by appeals to
---- Elegant Store, Elegant Stock, Store Service Unequalled
justice, and not to passion. .And that
m 1 SUBUCRIPTION RATES all possible influences may conduceto THE BREATH OF THE

One Year .. .. .........*.$500 One Month, .. .. .. ... .. 4S this result WB ask our..contemp6"rarles ) \ The Old Reliable COE'S BOOKSTORE Brent Building.
H Six Months. .. ... .. .. 2 50 One Week.. h .. .. .. .. 10 to note that in locality only is Phone 235. 23 S. Palafox. FIELD. FLOWERS, AN
Three Month. .. '.. .. 1 25 Weekly Edition, per year..$1 CO the south or Florida Involvedthemen "
i" and the measures are those of I I .EXPONENT OFA..
other sections, even as the laws are''
The Only P0*.mclm Newspaper Frmm Which a DmtmtledCirculation the same. It is unfortunate that these TURF AND SKILL
' Statement Can Be- SecureRiomt */. cases are so often noted as "The New ; \
I Slavery in the South" or under other
'l captions equally misleading-If this I ,
be breach of the law it is
$Editorial 3S I rSBJfcfc,. Papers on Sale on Trains or wrong
; n1uitm. ( Bu. .omc.uoo .I! and -t-|| News Stands. those business conditions which,
31 1 says Mr. Gompers, "Have replaced the 2i, A.i & i :g, ':g, iJ 'J! ::0 :r} 1)g,
black slave with a white one." When
$1.00 the
4 Offices-Journal Bulldlng-C.rnor lnteno.nela and D.Luna Sts. the wrong has been proven let the Young Men Ounce.

.ci.g I, I law prescribe the punishment but it '
is unfair we repeat to, make a sectional
;1 j PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. FRIDAY MORNING, ,DECEMBER 21, 1906. curse of peonage. Has any Young Women LET OUR DEMONSTRATOR
1 i thing worse been 'unearthed in the tl
south, or in Florida, than the congres- ':IISS
j i\ ,
Montgomery Birmingham, Atlanta I Something New. sional examination showed. in Homestead >R If you fully realize the advantage AT-
:'y1 and :Memphis are all eandldntes for I ? Or than has been proved in .f I
a of and SON SHOW YOU
In the Line. Bookkeeping THESE
J the location of the sab-treasury. May "Jag" industrial, mining or manufacturing ,. .
;1 the best town it-In. A senastional piece of news comes communities in other sections!,? "'7 Stenography ,in opening up a E DELIGHTFUL ODORS.

from the state of Carrie Nation, bewhiskered 1 profitable field of employment -
; all # # # # &
t'' When the president I said "we

'1.1., need more pay" he was probably and prohibition politicians which, big L. true corn, means stalks SENATORIAL. CHANGES.I I I= f you would not be longin --

t thinking .of the Press boys, and if a- i
r the booze industry of Kansas
: he was he was right one time in his 0iFfAfFze
iFiccY J;
as well as other sections of the

tj life ---. country is about to,be revolutionized.I I I The term of thirty members of the beginning with Hooton'sPharmacy
e' The Birmingham Ledger says the It is to the effect that a company has United States senate will ,expire a course

i'i; \ sub-treasury 1$ a state, and not a been formed "to manufacture beer in'I March 3, 1907. The New York World Our next term opens t

L Birmingham matter. No doubt Montgomery plug form, so that it ean be carried 'I describes the situation in this way: iUS. 2nd and scholarships .
I "In cnly a few states and those repub.
'y:f will readily agree to this around in a pocket and a piece lican, does the re-election of sitting being sold; on very liberal' .

*. statement in so far as it is not a lopped off dissolved in water and senators or the choice of their successors write President
4' "Birmingham matter." I poured into the place where It will i remain in doubt Where f terms. phone or Tf The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery

f: i If Mli sends John Snarpa! do the most good as occasion may re-'j I the democratic south their senators democratic are to successors retire in + for full information. Pens acola Business Coll.ege.-t;

. Williams to the senate' the minority Quire. 'I have generally been designated as In .
tin the national house of representatives I An enterprising Topeka man" is the I'the .case of Senator Berry, of Arkansas -KTO lV Vflfl LE.CONCANNON&CO..
originator of "jag plugs," which are j and Senator Carmack, of Ten-
i could look a long time and find! guaranteed to produce" the xtract'that :nessee, who will make room for Governor -
no better material to fill his place [ 'Jeff Davis and 'Fiddling Bob'
the world has been looking for" FOR
than will be found among the Florida with (Taylor. Senator Patterson of Colorado ASK
iJ neatness and dispatch; and : ; will yield ,
probably' to Simon
,\1i. delegation. I. without Interfering In the least with I Guggenheim who is credited with hav- NNNN NN NN '

\ Some people have poor ideas 011 state prohibition or federal revenue 1 lug financed the"republican" cam- 1MAGNOLIA FARMCANE' 509 S. PALAFOX ST.

1 finance and the value of money. A laws. .One "plug" is guaranteed to 'paign. and the legislatures of Idaho i "i"iI I
:1.A! Magnificent Display
and Montana will Teplace Senator Du-I } .
; Texas senator drawing a salary off make from four to six gallons of "the .'bois and Senator Clark with repub- ; ,,
!it; "
five thousand dollars a year claims amber liquid, which has all the qualities licans. The good old days seem to

,{j that he was offered ten times that both good and bad, of the regulation -.have passed in Montana when Clark,I! 'I'| of High-Grade Ji SYRUP New Store New Goods

!4: amount for his services as attorney article, made from hops and. put with Midas-like touch, could turn republican ,
t ,for a corporation. up in bottles and kegs. : votes into gold. In at leafthree ,

,t As a strict .uptodate"flunkie" The time honored "growler" will 'r sharply states divided.the In republicans Rhode Island are i s HOLIDAY 6OQDSI I I. Always New Service..

now become obsolete and the festive r
enough independent republicans have
1 Chancellor Day is hard to beat but .
he will have to do something more remarkable "tomat" can of the Ancient and Hon:,declared themselves against the cor- ................................................ WAS .
orable order of Hoboes reduced to a rupt Brayton-Aldrich machine to : ,
than the invention of such threaten the extinction of, Senator 2 I Pure
condition of inocuous desuetude. We extend to the public
MlllionairephobSa: before his Wetmore and to give hopes, through t
terms as 'i
Their ,place will be filled chewof : Finest line of hand-painted these
r by a compliments of the
appeals for Standard Oil will find a co-operation, of the election before there was a
receptive ?ar in tbls country.I "jag plug" or, upon special\ occasions of Colonel Goddard. Senator : China, Cut Glass, Diamonds, f season, and beg _to say that
a couple of plugs can be soakedin Dryden's chances of re-election in '
I s Gold and Silver' Jewelry, ': we "'
"Food are m a position to sa"eyou
I The Christmas number of the Jacksonville a wash tub full of aqua pura anda New Jersey grow slimmer as the time Bill.
Fraternal Record contains, sufficient! quantity of the foaming for assembling' of the legislature : Toilet Accessories, Watches, i money on \urkeys.

and makes handi beverage draws nearer. But he is fighting desperately 2 Umbrellas, and Meerschaum Chickens Eggs Butter Gro-
110 pages a very prepared to satisfy,all de and has gore to Trenton to ,

:i some souvenir. Besides much information mands. Goods, in fact everything Z ...................i...... ceries, Celery: Fruits, etc.

E valuable to fraternity men It Another feature of this truly modern I Michi-gan i, usually carried by the I largest Z ': i

1 contains, excellent likenesses Gen invention that should not be in the : 'PHONE 1428.
, senative William Alden Smith, Representative jewelry stores country. i .
eral Albert Gilchrist and Mr Justice overlooked, is the ease with which .
Charles E. Townsend, Ar- i .
i Parkhill of the supreme court. the beverage may be strengthened to thur Hill, a wealthy lumberman who i A range of prices to fit any i

suit all tastes For instance, if a fought the. old McMillan machine in Z T. s
, Times-Union remarks that'"our purse. .
The .
j will not be better paid for some quick,jag is desired extra plugs may days past and Wiliam C. McMillan, 2 --w .,w .- ,--.,.#..,w .,w..w .T .,w# : ChristmasBOX
.' judges be used to give.the concoction doubleor the former senator's son. Norris : The selection of..a Christmas i : ,'. ,.: .
years yet, but they will have the sat Brown is slated to take the place of

,,.' isfaction of knowing that some who triple strength, or, on the other Senator Millard, of Nebraska and : present is an easy matter s : -. i

1 may be tried by them think they deserve hand, it can be made weak enoughfor Senator Benson of Kansas who by here. t '
'more than they get" which reminds use by Infants.. appointment is serving out the nnex- i. ]'t" PAPERS,

( us that sentiment and good Great is tie fame of, Kansas, but pired term of Senator Burton- May we show you our line ''i yr : 2
] which Burton Is serving In jailexpects 7 I BOOKS
1" wishes never paid a grocery bilL greater still wlll be the fame of the to be electedIn New Hampshire J of beautiful and useful arti-, f Getyour,, ;:: ,

enterprising inventor, who has thus Winston Churchill, leader of the .
1 cles? / CARDS.
'f' Birmingham seems to have a better If c ( t '.
within the reach of if 2
put a jag all. Lincoln republicans, may reappear as I.
. ,. opinion of the liquor traffic than Atlanta. he keeps opt of :jail long enough. a ,candidate for'Senator Burnham's .. Luncheon1Vii. CALENDARS
) ..' The former city has just refnse3 The'Jacksonville' Times-Union seems may seat be In replaced Delaware by 'a Senator DuPont Allee man. .........'........................................ t, _
to raise the license '''onl f&OD While out PICTURES
t. to agree with Congressman Lamar's Kentucky has already elected' Judge ,
while Atlanta increases the amount reasoning against the increase of the Paynter to succeed Senator Blackburnnext / and
i and thousands of
, of her license on the same traffic to'jj' salaries of members of congress The 'March and the recent elections I Li-ndenstruthi! Shop in tAt pretty
jj' two thousand dollars and restricts t i.! Times-Union says that if congressmenare indicated Governor Beckham as after Senator I .. :' useful gifts of every descrip-
, : district of the city In which It can McCreary's successor i
kept down to their rather meagre March 3, 1909." : >t. .' '
' : the *
: be laId.t I tion.
salary of $5,000 per annum ,they will The Jeweler f : -:-.-- i" f

' 1 Congressman Hardwick of Georgia, be more vigilant in legislating against ; -
it has introduced a bill In congress to those who are responsible for the'present -rG: : S. ] Street. 'Kandy. i. '_;<<'; i
120 South Palafox. ,
I I require all railroad companies to install high cost of living or that they i -" ,, -- ..' -.'- ..

J" | the block system, and iroIdlns might earn their proposed increased I ............................ ..................: Kitche ; ,. '., : Gem BookStore,

,:. : that all railway telegraphers shall be salaries in advance b>- stopping, the Special to The JoumaL j
Goulding Dec. 20.-Mr. E. Y. Morgan I
examined and licensee! He might innumerable leaks from the tteasury. of Mississippi is visiting his What ,-' i C. R. Johnson, Prop.

as well have added a clause requiring' The Mississippi attorney-general brother, Mr. W. Morgan.. you.
>: the railway companies to false the has created consternation In the I Miss Nettle Hartzog, of Mobile, is :.NNNN..NNONNNNN9................ ....NN : : : !i; i Ptooe 230

) scale of wages paid these teiegraph- of the lumbermen of that stateby visiting her sisters Mrs. Stokes. Want 'quickly j ....
camps I .
Mr. E. I. Stokes visited Mr. and
i;. ers. the announcement that he intends Mrs.: Hartzog of Mobile Sunday, returning i \ :

:1 i promise John Sharp refused- \\iI2iaras to appoint;trie a to Georgia till to who take has legal cut timber steps against from the every 16 section one- Hartzog.Mrs.his .little Sunday'son night Sigsbee accompaniedby and :Miss il I I FOR A LADIES BEDROOM jThere's j II .. Served;. and .i TEN DOLLARSis

f.; man on the rivers and harbors lands in that state. This action E. I. Stokes and little son, Hot Coffee all you need.

committee of the house! to s'lc.e.i I followed profitably by attor.Deygt'n Moreno visited friends and relativesat I ; no one article of actual need and apprei ;< i Zand
rals in other states.
Century Sunday.
: the Georgia man on that committee :
t who died last year. Florida has. the Mr. B. E. Whiddon- was at Goulding elation in my ladies' bedroom than a pretty dresser. J!; : Chocolate ._ '. Just think, a small $10 payment -
I ensacola IE not after that sul- Monday. -
j chance of a life Time now with Spark" I t .; '. : : will procure your fam-
k ; .
'! treasury, but she wont object to a Miss Pearl Hernnan went to Pen- Our new : t.
man as the rankIng member of this bigger army post,. a bigger navy yard sacola Tuesday : Y : Fit for: the;:'" ti. ily a high-grade life-lasting
: committee. It there ever waa a Mrs. Stokes and Hiss Nettie Hart-
time when our delegation in Washington and ,a few other little items_which fog will leave for ){Mobile Monday, DRESSER i. ,Piano.
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congress has the pov-cr of gi\Jug. where they expect to join their sister PRINCESS
'; needed to "get busnow lathe Mrs. A.B. Damn, of Selma, Ala., : -,:->-'" .. ; i i Get it 'now-or buy it nov,
the 3 * S5 # i? ? & '
time. Strike while Iron is ht>L "
and also Mrs. Hartzog. of taBle oval : r- and have it delivered just before -
and dresser-has
long .
t. for It may b* fifty years before Florida $ FLORIDIANS AND PEONAGE Mrs. Stokes made a flying trip to i as dressing $ .- .

again has the prominent representation w n Pensacola Monday. .. mirror, low table and drawers, $18, $25, $30, $35. $ .. .' ;6'. Christmas.
Gardner '
on this Important committee 3 Jacksonville Times-Union. $ Mr. Jim of Pensacola *..... ... : This will get
: ; i $10 payment
visited his children and mother Sun J
& Give One For a: Christmas Present. '' "cT '
'.- that she enjoys today. *j if & $ -S $ 35 day.Little .J : ......#..#""""'; :#....# #..... t:-.: you a'fine Caswell, Bach,

Richmond objects to a monument Miss Nellie Morgan visited :: ;
:' being erected in that city .to Edgar When:ad' eastern contemporary comments her aunt. Mrs. Stokes Friday and' .Z : i i:7. : i Shulz, or a slightly used
'the attitude of the Times-
on Saturday.
,_: Allan- Poe. At one time the University Union toward peonage, we must ex. Mr. Herrman made a flying. trip to ii MARSTON & QUINA '\ : Kranich & Bach or Lester,

; .< Virginia disowned him but a plain 'that the indictments are. in a Pensacola Monday. or one of a ,number of goo-1 I
leT years ago a statue to the great large majority of cases, pressed :
against business men who are neither LET US HAVE YOUR ORDER FOR i2 108x110 Palafox St. Phone 149. Pensaeola,-Fla. : pianos.
southern In famous \
f poet was placed the Floridians. nor southerners, but CHRISTMAS CRANBERRIES AND : .
t rotunda and It is claimed that the strenuous ideals of other represent CELERY. NEW,CITY GROCERY .NN....NNNN .N100 i......................... .: I $2.50 a week will pay for

the authorities there even deny now sections. These gentlemen are well
'' that Poe was ever expelled from' the known at home as philanthropists the Piano, without intere-t

Institution. It takes Richmond, tbe unwise and indiscriminate and often unjust.condemnation, is Prices; from $139. up. Get

" home of Poelonger to come to a Toward peonage the attitude of the it now.
j realization of the work of this famous Times-Union is unchanged. But

i man than It did the institution from toward'1 thg individuals and firms involved -

which 'be ,received his training and it is well to note that justice I GET IT.-NOW.
should demand paramount consideration
from which he was expelled in disgrace :
and sympathy should never color'
just before h? received his di- testimony In court. Much of the evidence ,Eaual to any $1.00 preparation on the market.

I_lIomL quoted In reports was found en' .. FOR 'SALE BV ALL DRUGGISTS. The Clutter Music f House


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q her for a Christmas present ? II I NONPAREIL r.n ; 4 .

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useful B' 1
Why not give something
IL.tnEPMOIE HO. 38.AFTER 3 P. H. Open 7a.m.to9p.m.

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i l auc. axc cxr OUR SPECIALTIES: I II

Say a nice pair of Slippers. i I Beautiful' Home of ;than many children who!'Ii it E; 2:30 Theatre Business, 50 cents Parties Men's, regular Dinner, board-12 to.flit K I
I much better
are considered off in a .
Mr and Mrs. Bear. ers and Meal Tickets. Jj
will enjoy, and .
wordly It
See from way goes
Pr ours., 75c. to .$2.. II Mr. and :Mrs.. Max L. Bear have I to show how genUInely-charitable thepeople" PHONE 1530. \\
moved into their 'beautiful home inNew I of Pensacola' are.
The neatest.,'cleanest and best
I I'' City which has lately: been completed During the year several of the place' in town in which to get your ;I:
e I children have been given out for' meals. ;:
Come once; we will trust. to -- 1 -
1M This hornets one of the handsomest adoption. In each instance the chil you '
e FOR COLD FEET =I residences in the state and is situatedon dren have entered splendid homes :; come again. !: 'TOYS a
a beautifully level piece of ground I I and are loved and cared for very ten- '
1 I enclosed by a low stone wall with derly. FURNITURE l :
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1 Ask to be shown a pair"of our high stone pillars which mark the I II What a lot of little ones will awake z--

F I entrance to the driveway. I(I Christmas morning ,to' enjoy the gifts "The Best Is What We Sell' HOUSE. -
I The front of the house has a .beautiful !!I that the. good old saint ,has left for 1 -
i CUSHION SOLE SHOES I gallery with' tall white columnsand them, but while; Christmas is a time FURNISHINGS, ,j
I i a tiled floor. To the left is the 1 of merry-making. and happiness it is e atModerate.. '
m driveway, with broad stone steps well,to teach our little ones that they, YOUR ;:. '
leading up on one side which lead to I I too must, give, and make it our dutyto ;Prices. .. ",
Ladies' $3.50. Gent's $4.50. another entrance to the bouse.In" .-
i i prove .to them .that the pleasure -- Large line, comprising every ,
1 the front after entering .hrough of giving Is' much greater. than that ..w and up-to-date Toy.
massive doors of oak set wjth heavy of receiving. Hobby Horse, Rocking s'
: Xmas Tablewill Hor es, Express Wagons, 4Velocipedes
plate glasS; is the entrance hall with I .
I I Goat Sulkies, ." ,\ 'n .
polished hardwood floors leading into MalloryFisher.The eta '<
the reception halL Both reception ,. You are welcome whether ::
following invitation announcingthe 1 you buy or not. J. ., {
Shoe hall and entrance hall-are finished in .
I Pensacola Parlor
I mahogany and white renaissance, and approaching nuptials of Miss Ruby not be .
oriental rugs are placed here and Angela Mallory. second daughter of 4 Bros.,. Jr.
Mr. and Mrs--AUila-F.1 Mallory and .rL
5 there. The ceilings are beamed and Mr. William Fisher, 'will be received 120.12 E. Intendencla St: '

!i S. W, Cor. Intendencia and Baylen Streets., | cent the rooms lights are in white lighted Incandes- with pleasure' -:by their'many friends: CompleteWithout L: -

stlZei9.=EJJJIf19l6C8NSSSlliltil ...lnfliiEi HHIHIHJUST To the right is the parlor: which is Mr. and 'Mrs Attila F. Mallory
very lovely in pure white' and. gold request .the Tjonor" pf .your presenceat
and to the left of the ertrance is the the marriage of their daughter Some of Our .

library, finished in mahogany with Rubr'Angela. I e : 1
bookcases set in the walls. This to' Relishes.
3 .
RECEIVED room is an ideal library in construction Mr. William Fisher '
and unish and is furnished with Tuesday evening January the first We Have {} '
\ handsome leather upholstered pieces at half after eight o'clock' 1 ,'', .
The Largest Line of and has a reading; table of polished First Presbyterian church Dunkley's Celery Salad ......30cts, ,
Pensacola! Florida. Heinz India Relish .........SOcts :i' s
oak.Adjoining the library is the dining Reception immediately after the Bishop's. Chile Sauce ........25ct A MAN IS KNOWN BY '
hall which is one of the most beauti- ceremony. India Chutney ...............40ets e .
XMAS CANDIESever ful rooms in the housa.: It is twenty- I English Chow-Chow ..25 and 40cts I '
.. ..... SENDS. ;
four feet long and twenty feet wide, Dance of theConcordia Catsup .4. 10. 15 and 25cts I .._. ._ '
and has a beautiful art window, And Many Others Too Numerous !t
Club.. to Mention.RosenaiifiGerelds. 'f 'OF COURSE IT'S ,1
which represents three fish swimmingin. I 11r
a clear pool of water surrounded Last night a very delightful card f .
before offered for sale in this city.Whitiiian's by lillies, and tall grasses. This party and dance., was given by the ..
room is finished in early Englished Concordia Club ,to its ''members and
style and is-wainscoated six and one their friends.' r : 1

.ialf, Jeet. The funiture Is exquisite. The entertainments- of the Concordia t 'HU Y. LE'R'S .f ,
Pure Candiesare the round table and high-backed are always.//very pleasant; but the ''THE FANCY GROCERS. ,
chairs, the side-board fact all of one given last night was especiallyso ;
the furniture; .matching the, finish, of as .the Deemed to enter into 116 SOUTH, PALAFOX'ST. I --tat '

endorsed by the Pure Food Law. They come in the room perfectly. The ceiling of the' spirit of the occasion. T ti Phone 391 E 'SHE WANTS.. "". ,
the dining: room is also beamed and The club rooms were to have beenhandsomely c .>110
%2,1,2, 3, 4, and 5-pound boxes and' also m fancy has the electric lights set in It.: .. .decorated 'but the',holly ------------1 1

baskets. Give us an order now for Xmas. If you To the right'of the lower jeception and 1 f Tversreenf;| ordered failed to The Shoemen With Reputation I Known the world overfor purity, quality' and : r '., !
hall is a pretty \yttte breakfast room. reach the city In time much to the I
buy anything from us that you want sent out of town, where one could enjoy breakfast and disappointment of the club members flavor. ," There can be .no more welcome gift for old t'I I

we will pack it free of charge. not half try, it 'seems so warm and The music was furnished by % good 'HAVE and young. In one-balf; one, two, three,' four and ',tv .j
cozy. This room has an Antwerp orchestra and tie floor was in good
Don't fail to see our assortment of* holiday per-' finish and Is walnscoated. similar to condition for dancing. I five-pound boxes and fancy baskets. at,=:
the dining room 8 J The, unual..t'j.ristmas. tree will be
fumes, imported and domestic. The staircase if magnificent in pure .given;for" thejt ildfen', this being the I -YOU :

white. At the first landing is a great ,next event-the. club.PERSONAL ..
stained glass'window, which represents I W. A. D'AIemberte I
Phone 453. a lovely landscape with a clear MENTION. I I .
looking brook running through it. I BOUGHT:

On the second floors there are six Mrs. T. A. Jennings, who has been I and ; '
The bed rooms and.a wide polished oak ,very ill, Is now improving. Alp. Jennings '" Druggist Apothecary .1
Crystal Pharmacy, halL Each suite;of rooms has a'connecting ; who has been in Jacksonville that Christmas .present yet, 1
bath room,-all in white tiling. has returned homeA called by the Illness for papa.or brother? If,not, 121 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 190CRIHSTMAS J.I.
Brent Building. the doors of which are set with.aeavy: of his'wife.: I .t,
plate glass mirrors. why, 1 by, all'means, get him.a "4 '
On the second floor to the right Is Mrs. Beatrice Marean arrived from pair of nice soft slippers, : It
the "den" the place so dear to't e Ocala last night and is with her I i.' .
M W heart of a man.. This room is all daughter, Mrs. R. 3.; Owens at her something' that will comfort : :
that the name"implies. It Is finishedin home/: 16 East Belmont street. I his feet... TGl J
rare black cypress with the mantel j GITFS IN JEWELRY AND SS1
THE NEW ENGLNADThe and fireplace in colonial style, The Mr. Rudolph J. Thiesen will arrive I 75c:to $2.50. ; tl J
this week to spend Christmas at Nothing Is more suitable for a Christmas gift or more' appreciated by .1'
of the "mission" style and for mother sister
furniture is or a
his.sister, I the recipient than a piece of Jewelry or cut glass. My stock was selected -
Watch for the great American people.. and oyer the front of the fireplace Is home. He will accompany nice of felt Juliets in for the special purpose of affording something suitable for this purpose. ;
Miss Petra, and will return to college I pair '
elk's'head. A window seat finishedin Here are Just a few of theofferings: i
I have them ranging from $2.00.up;' also a full line an with soft inviting after the. holidays. color want. i DIAMONDGOODS.. I
covered gMr. '
leather and any. YOu Diamond Rings ....... .$10 to $185.I Diamond Stick Pint ... ,..$5 to $25 lJ'I
of Waltham and Elgin Watches, as well as Jewelryand looking cushions finishes tb Geo. Thomas, of Nashville, $1.00 to. $2.00. .; t. Diamond Brooches .... ...$9 to $50 | Diamond Lockets ..... .$10 to $30 .. II:.

fancy goods at prices that can't be beat room. .- spent: yesterday in vPensacoI", the Come Take Look if Ladies' 0 size; 20-year filled Keystone WATCHES.sees ....,.,...,...,.....$1aS0 td $20 : :
A stairway leads from the nurseryto guest of his mother. i j a ; Buy 2 Solid Gold 14 karet ......._................!........,............$22 to sSS ..i.t'.;
the roomfr* below where the i You Please. Solid Gold DUmond set ....".....................4......................., $47 \ l' ,
J. F. DA VIS kitchen butler's, pantry, ete..'are ar I Mr. Willie Basso, who has been in Gentlemen', 12' and It size CHAINS watches AND'LOCKETS............................... $14 to $40. '.'1'I W :;

ranged." Selma for, the past few months has i' Sold' gold Neck Chain ........,.."................................$3.50' to $10 I
Brent Building 23 S. Palafox Street. The house is heated by _steam.; returned to his home in Pensacola.Mr. Solid gold locket ........................................._...,,...$3.75 to $15 t
,\ Mr. and Mrs. Bear, who plannedtheir MEYER 'SHOE CO. Diamond Lockets ........;.....-....................<..........."..$10 to $30 I "" .

beautiful home, are to be con D. M. Lory :will come from .. Cut Glass Pitchers ......,....CUT......GLASS....................._.....$4.50 to ".$11.60 ,"i s !3
gratulated on its completeness as It Tallahasse on next Saturday to spend Cut Glass Bowls...............................................$3.25 to $9.00 ." i
home which seems to' have Christmas with Mrs. Lowry and little FEET FURNISHERS FOR FOLKS i Cut Glass Vases .....'.................,2 -: '
is one make It a and visit Hon. and .Mrs. W. A. Cut Glass Nappies ........:.......................................$1.25 to $3 : I I f
everything necessary to Bon ............. .. 'J ,
Cut Glass Sugar, and Cream Sets ........ .... .$.1 23 to $5.00 t
Complete: success. Rawls. 102 S. PAUFOX ST. .. 218 South Palafox St. }:t I" I
These are slmpll'a few of the many articles.-1: am offering and all of f :.
Merry Christmas at :Miss Pattie McClellan arrived from : my goods are fully guaranteed. I If not as represented, your money back. \ : : z I,
Texas' Tuesday and Is' wits her aunt. '.: .. ,t'
Pearl Eagan Home. Mrs. S. A. :Moreno. She will also At the : W. A. GAHLENBECK : i
Among the very happy little chil- visit her mother at the Merchants ,
21S South Palafox StreetABoxpflowney'sMakes
dren morning will te hotel. SKATINGRINK t
those on of Christmas the Pearl Eagan. Home. ... .............. ................................t
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Gonzalez are i
These little ones, who are unfortunate -
in one sense 'of the >.wprd. are entertaining Mr. and Mrs. J. P. 'I
very fortunate in another, 'for the Blanca, of Nashville. They were"accompanied i
children. of this home are nurturedas by their handsome little .
r-- tenderly and taken care of &If well son, Master Jean Paul, who will leave Friday Night i t Dec. 21st. .. (i- ii
1 as many little ones who have fathers for New Orleans in a few days to ; i! j jt
and mothers to look to their comfort spend the Christmas holidays with I f
and happiness. his grandparents. 1 f
the Rental Plan There aree thirteen little occupantsat : SOME. SPECIAL ATTRACTIONs. : 'J
Singer ( Miss Josie .
a on Pearl Miss Roberta Fisher and GRAND RAINBOW MARCH IN
of the
Eagan Home
college ,
Knowles, who are both attending FANCY: COSTUMES. Jf
and there are many noble women .
q J The purchase a sewing machine is altogether too im.portant who have these littles ones constantly in Baltimore. are expected home I

a transaction to be decided off-hand because it soon in mind and heart and who work unceasingly today., DON'T, FAIL.TO SEE IT. a Choice Christmas Gift 1 t\\ 4
for. the orphan children. 'and Miss Men- .
becomes"a institution. Miss Louise Quips i
family .
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There Is no more beautiful charity toria Sublett returned home from col- They run from a lO-cent. '

When you rent a' than fatherless that dispensed children to and motherlesSand it will lege days.yesterday' ,for the Christmas' hOli- Admission, IQc. Skating 25c extra package up to 5-pound fancy '

be a pleasure to every one to know packages. Lowney's Candiescomply i.: t
Machineeven that the Christmas joys of these children Miss Petra Thiesen the attractive
Singer Sewing will be looked after by a num- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris. with all the require "4, 1 j 1

ber of Pensacola's charitable women Thissen,. Is expected home from col- ments of the new food law e ;. I II

for so short a one week. you give yourself an who, while arranging the pleasuresof lege this week to spend Christmaswith CANDY CHRISTMAS and therefore not raisedin : ,
Christmas for their own little ones her parents.It I are t
opportunity to test a machine That will'do. its ..daily"work so do not forget those less fortunate.' ,$ price. I.I I.

perfectly and noiselessly from the start, that you will hesitate big On Christmas Christmas morning tree will at be'the in Homea readi- Vanilla.Is In Absolutely the flavor.''pure Try Blue goes Ribbon twiceas 'We desire .to call your I A .Toilet or :,. I{ ,

before you let it go out of the house again. ness for the inmates, who like all far and the. "Blue Ribbon Flavor"is attention to our line of I -
Manicure Set .
9 No reason, why it should go out either; for jour rental other healthy happy,children, wilt be ., perfection. Ask for the 25c size. __ : ,.
ready 'for it at the peep of day. Pure Chocolates s: or r'
the machine
payments may be applied to the purchase of if BALL BY, LADIES
The tree will 'be loaded with presents
you decide to keep it. ,, candies nuts and fruits dearto AUXILIARY B. of L. E. and FrenchCreams j I pair of Military Hair Brushes .: .

< the childish heart and a never. ,. also' makes ..
J ibest is the 'cfteapest. No housewife' ever ,made a reminder of Christmas. There will be a ball at C. K. of A. an acceptable
bigger> mistake than to tie herself down to using one of the failing On Monday 'afternoon Miss Ruth hall of Des 21, by the Ladles Auxil 20 cents : gift:arid our stock is complete .':

machines made up in job lots to'be sold through department Welles-' the pretty little daughter of. iary Is the of regular Locomotive annual This balL Thoroughlypure and ,, '-,.;'; at prices that will perm : : ,
T. E.'Welles. will glee a Christmas -, '
stores. When you decide to keep your Singer you know quite Capt tree in honor of the children of Dancing at 8 o'clock. Music by Bar the children' can eat all :: it you to buy what please '1i

well you are in touch with a Singer Store, wherever you may be the home. There are lots of lovelydollbabies' rios'most orchestra.popular lady Prizes. either to be married givento they like' without dan- you.. ":- .
dressed for the
-and that these conditions of convenience will never change: girls and different being kinds of presents JOT single and one each to best lady ger of being' .sick. We ; :

being selected for the boy and, gentleman dancer.,' Gumbo and jell Nunnallys Candies: .;. HpOTON'S PHARMACY -
will be served.dmls '
refreshments ?
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After the Christmas tree Miss Ruth j
SOLO om.y BY will serve refreshments to the,.children sion, only 25&. .\- "The- Birthplace-1- of Prompt Delivery. ; 1i:j
kNOW who are already looking forwardto The Riera ShoeCo.; win "countthebeans : ""
SINGER AND STORES WILL EVERYWHERE FIND' I COMPANY" ,; the event with pleasant anticipation. in the' boot Friday, Dec. 21. 1 SolOahn&Oo.: < < '

32 S.-"PA LAFOX The correct. answer' will get the, .
: '. On Wednesday children of" the boot The Pur*'Feed Store. f
':'1"lv-r; ," <:; .. Presbyterian "Mission Sunday school ,_ :
$, atb*set tower Palatti aced l twi NICE AND FAT,
A-/ ': ',: will glvea' Christmas tree la honor; TENN. -- j
,: of the children/'Of the Pear) Eagaa ON FOOT, 1Lt-2c PER POURD. aPh.nii},480 "-' If J)
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!, REAL" ESTATE, |. IPor Stalle WANT (Real Estate 1 I-I An Abstract Free $225 !

. | Is Enhancing In Value Each Day or Lease TOOWNS .. f'- Iii -" 'S -'S-' $25 Cash, $IQ p pI psr I Ii.

.: WE OFFER A FEW BARGAINS. '.:1 A HOME ? ;ir. I With Th'eseLots th i interest

i'- .. Which will realize a good profit to you em,-short holdings, and our + notaxe :
J 4 complete list Is always open for your inspection. buildIng I
SIX-fiOOM DWELLING CORNER We have some very choice .
lots on East Gadsden street at :i.:,
: Property. JACKSON AND UILL MARD.: HAS UW and lot. This price
Improved : $500 per :
.. I BATH. GAS, ELECTRIC LIGHTS. for a small amount down will seem ridiculously low in a.few- 1 ''I have 40 lots between ,9th, 10th and 11th streets and between +

V' $2100-Will buy a new, one-story cottage on East Gafeden street, centrally $ CONNECTION. and years 18th and 19th avenues; two blocks from the East Hill car line Oe *
SEWER LOT 45x125 O'f'
located. T twenty twenty- block from the bayou. I offer this property at $225.00 lot J
II per $
, 82200-Will buy a 2'story dwelling and store building on the northeast T FEET. $2500 WILL BUY, PART CASH, '.C3
corner of Garden and 10th avenue. T five dollars month we 2 down and the balance at $10.00 per month. I will CHARGE Xo (IX- .
$3350-Gets a bargain In 6 cottages on large corner lot, centrally located Yon TERMS ON BALANCE. WILL LEASE Five lots (southeast U) block : TEREST AND NO TAXES AND WILL FURNISH A.. ABSTIl\rr .
f West End renting at Vfc>3 per year. T 138 New City. south front. and on
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will .
ONE YEAR AT PER MONTH. build house on'a LOT FREE OF COST. This Is the
7850-Takes a very desirable brick building.' centrally located on large lot,' ,w $25 you a 'car line elegant building site' or WITH EACH cheapest pro ertl
1 and carrying lease of five years at $900 per year. for investment purposes....$1500.O0 ever offered on these terms In the City ot Pensacola. :
desirable with all I .
i lot, .

i You can't buy Lots for Cash in this locality cheaper. t
f $ Unimproved Property. : any \\e
.' i conveniences, complete, I Four lots. southeast corner block fer them on terms that you can't afford to miss. These terms pa 1
: $3000 for 10 building lots on North Hill fronting two streets. in the position as 1t.>"Ou were buying nearly two *
132 New Cit cheap at $735 same
into. This'.arrangement > .\ery yj
I + $6300-Gets a bay front location containing 15 lots, IA business center. LESLIE E. BROOKSReal ready to move .i from now at prices asked for now. *

City Maps. :! makes' you : More fortunes are made In Real Estate than in anything (be. *

I s Estate ,:Art of block 117,.East King Tract, : You may lay the foundation of your fortune by investing a fey t

I :, : Have you an up-to-date map of the city? Phone us for one, or send $2.00. .. your own landlord. Talk contains 26_ lots; bargain ,,.$1300. dollars in these lots at this time. ;

.2 by mail.Rent Collections and Fire Insurance. i and to us about the qu stion.McDAvIDuna i I believe at a conservative estimate that these lots will increase *

* Very desirable cottage on' East In value 40 per cent by the time they are paid for on these terms. :

! : Given especial attention. We solicit a share of your patronage. i Phone 462. 112 S Palafox. Belmont street. stone walk in i i

front' price reasonable .......$1400

l i HOOTON & WATSON i I LESLIE I E i: BROOKS Real Estate and Insurance :

1. = Phono4S2 112
CO. S We have had no trouble In sellS Palafel! Sl :

", THE RENTAL AGENTS," *, gfnw: property te listed with 4J.ei
.1 shape. We do a large i.

: REAL ESTATE,-LOANS ,AND.INSURANCE. THE BEST YET! Agnta ,New YorK I amount lings to'of undertake,advertising any and expense are wil toself .... .......'.,......t.'.t t.....t tt.. .. ........

I No. 37 South Palafcx St., Phone 54 '. Lif. Insuranca Company. I II out.clients' property. --

f.: Established 1879. tender or car shall have ,. .
Advertisements. P8SI'ffl ? ?
1 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST.. 1 tracK at such crossings *:.aj, 0-,, 1IC'b!

....... ........... ............ ... ......... ...... We have for sale lots in block 101 East I Phone 700 Pensacola, Fla. frosts you nothing to list with victlon for such olft>nS(>. o, r-r.iej: V:
fine of not ?
Wont AN ORDINANCE. a exceeding > ,
Us. give trial '
you us a We 1r.-ty'f\: it*"
King Tract at$100 each $ii down and Jo
aelUL.S.BROWNSCO! To"Be Entitled ordinance to grant to bL.prlsonm'n' art ":* '
per month. Iso interest and no taxes (SO) il11
1 until paid for. J. E. Taylor his heirs and assigns, thirty
HELP WANTE1.I I WANTED. the right to construct a spur track. Sec 4. That this Ordtaaa:( te*.

,jf- We have a nice' comfortable house on across Garden street. in the. City of Pen. effect thirty (30) day: *(*? ,t ildop.t .

J \ ANY INTELIJGEVT PERSON may earn II WANTED-Partner In mill buslneis North Coyle street that we' can sell. for sacola; Florida. tion.Passed December
corresponding for Must have $1100 on easy payments. Be It Ordained by the MAyor and Board 5th r*
$75 to $100 monthly i experience and three or four ,
work. No thousand or Aldermen of the City of Pensacola t Approved December $ ,i*
t' nf'1\ p8pen. Ftire, steady dollars capital. Address
can\' bgng.! Experience unnecessary.' ner," Care Journal. 19Dec5t We have a nice six-room cottage with For : Section 1. That J. E. .Taylor his heir Attest: CI1.\:* !It. },U....
". Send for particulars. Press syndicate large lot,'on East Hill on car line and (( Statll and assigns, be and are hereby granted I.. G AYMARD, ,J 1 i Ij.vkport.N. Y. 2ldec3m WANTED-Position by experienced stenographer near hard road.' that we can sell for the privilege aDd right to build and con- Clerk
i Legal work preferred Can 3000. This is one of the best bargains REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND struct a spur,track for the purpose of I .1. 7, lawU
WANTED "firstclass barber at once. furnish good references. Address E L. offered here recently. Will agree to carry INSURANCE. having transported thereon and there-
J. S. J, HOT J78. a mortgage for large amount of pur.
No; booze fighters need applY. ISdeclOt over cars moved by steam or other loco-
f: Durham. 108 East Wright street. chase price at 8 per cent. Phone 518 Thiesen Bld motives from a point on the north line
'TED-Positlon. assfstant book. '
as of Garden street, which is- two hundredand
: .--TED-Wbte- woman to do light keeper aqd ft>r general"office work by feet One hundred and fifty by three hundred seventy-six (%76) feet from then DIRECTORYPROFESSIONAL.
housework. Apply at Iso. 12 East In- young lady. Address stating wages, Box on Little Bayou. with two cottages
I J"" tendencia BL 16dec5t. U!. Evergreen Ala. ISdeclw renting for $11 -per month, $1500 $3000for Garden street southeasterly to a pointon .

Ten lots the south line ef, said Garden street,
to do general TIlE PUBLIC know that the B. H. on public square, near the .
WANTED White girl to 212 West Wright street, a very desirable -
which is hundred and
hon wort. Apply 1302 East GadsdenStreet. Fairchild Co., is now prepared to rtno- Stoddard property very cheap at $850. 8-room and hall residence with one fifty-five (153)
feet from the Manresa atreet.-
16qecw.V rate all kind mattresses., pilfows land large lot. UP-TO-DATE
Sec. 2. The track of said spur shall W. B. BARTON
bolsters. in first-class style, and at lowest ,
'laId'an'd :
be maintained as to
: :\ Manager for branch office we prices., .King up phone 4S3.write P. so permit
r vehicles 1f'1'pasa acrossthe samd at At
locate here in Pensacola. Ad- any Attorney Law.
wish to O. box 483 orocalilit-Eas'.Garden'Btreet: ,
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2-story, 1t-room house, with plot of point on Garden street except that allotted -
dre-, with references The Morris upstairs. declmWM"TED D. HALE WILSON & CO. .to sidewalks, and said grantee, hishth3 Offices-Fisher Building Palafox .tr..t
Wholt ato House Cincinnati Ohio. ground140x200 .feet-In:excellent'local and assigns' shall keep the Will practice in all the state and I nite4
; lideelmf RENT-A: space ,
S $1875 ity; ',4-cash balance on time. Modern between the rails of said spur track and Twenty-three years'n
close in.vmje&se it U terms are de perience.
STPBWRITKR OPERATOR WANTEDr 3D S. PALAFOX for eighteen (18) inches on each side
sirable. Aadwos Mrs. A M.. Care Jour- STREET Improvements.
r take dictation from office grapho- nal. 27nov For 60 feet on the North Side of Government thereof in as good repair and condition
street by 125. feet on the east : and of the same material. as the street
\n< No knowledge of stenographyhedpd .
I None but expert operator need W-A of, :'mE'ans'who will PHONE 234 side of Maxent street, has a large 2- C Price $5500. and sidewalk on. each side thereof shall T. G. YATES, M. D.,
story store and dwelling house on e.. J be kept and maintained by the city of
Densmore machine used. Apply
apply for and educate 14
care bright boy.
in person at once to The. Clutter Music years old. Apply Pearl Eagan Home or : .. .. JIl fTilV' : : : ; Pensacola. If at any time the portion of I I I Optician.
House. lldec Mrs Wm.',.Fisher. PresIdent ,ISnoy -.i :". '. said street adjacent to said track shall ,
j' FOR SALE. __- / S FOR RENT. De pave the:said grantee, his heirs and 306 Thies n .Building:

W.\.TED-A.n.experienced Grocery clerk WANTED-411 kinds beer bottles. I pay assigns.shall also pave between the said Twenty years'
good salary to one Hilling to work. Ad. tic d-zen I bandit all leading brandsof rails 'and eighteen inches on each side experience as an Eye
S dress.P. O Box 374 9dec wine, beers ana whiskies, and still FOR SALE-Four fine mules, two double Money to sloan at lowest. market rate Two large brick'etrvS.. "140 and 106, thereof with the same material and in Specialist Examination frw.
manufacture that well-established corgh wagons, with harness, all in first-class of interest. i>* the same manner that the rest of said "
S \\AXTED-Four boys wl!h wheels for medicine. Joe Roth corner Tarragtna: condition. Can be seen at mv place. cor- Mortgages on real estate In .this ,city East side of Tarra najstreet,; between street 'shall be paved and shall in all 00000000000000 G OOOOOOOIlllGOI

cffioe work. Salary $l8 per month. Apply and Government Sts. .lloctTAILORING ner 9th 'avenue and' 10th, street D. B. bought and sold. "' ,* Rom na and 'In!eidenc2a.$ : ,Elegant locatlon other re conform to and obey*the L. C. PHILLIPS Ph.
| M.
White. 20declw police regulations of said city in theoperation ,
W, Care Journal. JtaeC :
All of the 'Maxent Trier-west of "C" for warehouse"purposes! ,
-B L. Diamond. Tailor. .,'. ., $3500 of said track. : J
Gent's clothing cleaned pressed and repaired FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN-Harness street now for sale. i"TO per month for the_iwo.TII11OS. See. 2. Said track shall not be' used Homeopathic.

on short notice. No. 11% West factory and tannery conveniently located for the storage of cars nor shall the I I PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.

; MISCELLANEOUS. Government St., Pensacola. Fla. new buildings and up-to-date" ma- PEIB1 sidewalks! be obstructed thereby except I i, Office and Residence 12 N P.lafax a
chinery. "Factory, Care this JqV. during thereover.Sec. .
WANTED-A. R. Bingham wants your paper. ; iSdeclw' .. i 4 passage. Said track shall be completed Hours:-9 to 11 a.'n .. 1 to 5 p. m.
S GLO JOHNSON. Contractor and Builder moving and hauling He guarantees Phone .
,nill give you estimates on all work Iner all breakage. Phone 630. FOR SALE-fTwo launchesone 26 O..A.6J :Roman Palafox within one (1) year from the passage of
out of town. Repair a specialty. Phone : ;: this ordinance. I
beRm-oLk. timbers
white cedar '
L ie::; 21declMATTRESS WANTED-The Merchants Transfer Co. planking* : ; copper: fastening; equipped; withan Fisher Real Estate Agency Sec. 6. That all the rights privilegesand
I wants men: and franchises herein granted shall continue -
your :: hauling. All 8 H.P. 2-cjUnder. 2 cycle Wolverine Frederick;; Ausfeld. F. M. E'ojnt!
AND FURNITURE-Mattresses breakage guaranteed T. B. Thors n, engine. She has half-cabin. 1" \ for the term of thirty (30) years
; made to order and also ren..-. Proprieto" Phona 878. miles and in line running cendition.Speed Price% FOR SALE. from the date of the adoption of this AUSFIELD & BLOUNT
,'ated ticks furnished New COLLECTION OF; RENTS A ordinance unless sooner forfeited.
; : WANTED-All kinds of electrical workA $750. Also one 19-foot launch; 6-foot I Architects
S Passed November 1906.
second-hand furniture modern or antique beam 1% ILP. kerosene engine,
I sell all kinds of electrical copper
S bought and sold. Davis Manufacturing l other electrical supplies When batteries fastened in good working order. Price SPECIALTY SHIP ,CHANDLERS-MeithizIe. O-vrtlng 'Approved: November 16, 1906. 312-314 Brent Bldfl43 Moses B:tj,

Co., Ill East Belmont street. an need me ring: 245 c- 9-,5. E W. $150. Apply King &. Runyan. Pensarola. .I len& Co.and, wholesale grocers.,"'and Only retail first-class ship trand-AOUSC Attest C. E MERRITT CHAS. IL BLISS Pensacola Fla. Montgomery. AU

rhone 771. 24nov New<< Star LaundrY Bldg. E. Garden. Ifidec Phone 87. 06 S. Pa fox St of kind hi city. Fair,prices to alL City Clerk. novSOoawlw Ia'or.

MISS LEILA REESE has fresh cnt flowers WANTED--:Second-hand: sacks of aH descriptions FOR SALE-Two buggies very cheap ,1 SI 1' WM. A. BORMANS,
on han.l Orders taken for special wanted. If out of town. ship Apply 104 East Wright street. IGdeclm FOR a bargain, a barber'soutfit '
good as new; one first-class Architect and Superintendent
occasions. I'hone 28.1.: ISnovlm them to us; if In town ring us up at No.
334. ,or bring them to us at corner of FOR SALE-80 acres good farming land barber chair; one dozen excellent razors, Providing for the Safety of Persons and Office-345 erent Building,
WAGON AM CARRIAGE SHOP::W;* Chase and Alcanla Sts. F. S. Mellen & about 14 miles of city limits. Contains mugs, brushes and combs. Address Property at Certain Railroad CrossingsIn Phone 823. P en M cola, Fla
are now in cur pew quarters JH ',li.Intendenrla Co. 2Sjuiy an excellent stream and fish pond. A M. Armstrong: Eneads, fla. Cdeclm the City of Pensacola.
,-entrance also at 215 Romana.; bargain. Apply J. II. Kobler rare J-'aim-
S Be it ordained by the Mayor and Coun-
and prepared to do everything in wagon derslill Co. l:>dee IwFOB Some YeryDesirabile FOR SALE-Bargain in C-room cottageat ell of the City of Pensacola; I
and carr.agebuUdtnsr and repairing Cottage HUI Fla. Terms to suit. One .
Section 1. That the Louisville S 0 Nashville SECRET 'SOCIETIES.PENSACOLA
S L. Herring Phone 923; City. Itoct.MATTREissES MONEY TO LOAN.. SALE Thoroughly good piano and acre fruit flowers' and garden. Address Railroad Company and all other corporations .
almost new,Apollo Piano player with Egbert BealL Sdeclw
JHlomes companies, or persons 'who now
RE..OVATED-New about fifty pieces of select music for
furnished if desired. Guaranteed. Car. THOS PEBLET-Money to loan. Up- sale cheap to quick purchaser. Address, FOR SALE 'CHEAP-Second-hand baggies or may hereafter own or control railroadtracks LODGE. NO. ;9.
for ,the. operation of steam Pensacola Lodge. No. 3, K of P
and laid. I stairs corner Palafox and Romana Sts. Mariner Bohemia Fla. andwagons. U'O want '
ret taken up matting Leave F. E. .12dec a bar- aiong or upon Wright street and Tarra- meets every Monday evening at 7 )
orders at Watson Parker Reese Go's. S 8dec gain in a second-hand vehicle of any description
I For ,Sane gone street in the City of Peasacola. shall o'clock at their temporary Castle II' lover
Wesley Duncan 7sept FOR SALE-300-arpent country place 7 call or write W. E. Taylor. Chip-i Pou. West '
i UNLIMITED amount inooeyto station one or'more flagmen at the cross- stab)*. Intetidencla -t.
loan -
on miles from Pensacola. short mile west ley, Fla. JJnovlm
1 and streets,:and Visiting brethren cordially welcomed
ings at v.'rlg.t Hayne at
; 'kindr personal
8liOPjj: all property, on short
MILTON of OUve station and postoffloe known
; as 'J E. IL DENNKRD. C en. .
Mlms, Proprietor. notice. 're s easy Get my rates before old Jackson SALE and Immediate Tarragona and arragossa streets whose
Furniture 7-mile bouse
lie repairing on road. 30 acres FOR delivery one HORSLER. K. of R. S.
I going els<.*nere. Star Loan Co., 16 duty n ahall/ba during thehours of each :
: of all kinds, carpets laid furni- % fenced and cross-fenced, with woven wire automatic tandem compound center -
ture packed for shipping. Phon 63Next i South .Pa; .Jos. 4noYlm fence balance partly cleared, partly fine I crank steam engine of about 150 horse I day from six o'clock a.rn., to nine o'clockt DAUGHTERS OP REBECCA.

to Tampa landing. 22aprU timber. Fine oaks pear chestnut and : power and two return tubular boilers, 72 I :. to warn pedestrians and persons Naomi Lodge. No. 10 Daughtr-t if
vehicles nda
la loan of to
15000 on good security. Pens I on
other trees. Stream running through inches diameter by 16 feet long. For full
; Rebecca. meets every Monday ui I I f"I: ALFMAN-Tin Copper and SheetS i cola investment Company. 30oct many springs on place: also horse buggy, On West Gadsden street south fronton particulars apply Stone" Webster Eng: : cross. of the the railroad approach tracks of at such railroad crossings 5 o'clock In L O. O. F. halL \ :!ai
Iron Worker; cornice work and sky harness. wagon and farming .tooU 3. 1- Corporation Box 830, Pensacola 14nov any .,.
I ; MONZT LOANED on real estate andper train locomotive. tender or car: by signaling -
lights a specialty: roofing. guttering and houses. 1 50-foot
stable, with ,
room J. T.
house in condition PULLIAM N. G
home splendid
I inal projWrty on short recently with a flag in the day time and witha
109 East notice.. :
rfpairin Government opera 1 25-foot barn and other outhouses FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE ;-Half block
Terms em !y.. J. W. Bullard. 2S% South erhauled throughout and painted; lighted lantern in the night time. Pro- .
: 1.ousd building. Phone 560. Residence I Suitable for sanitarium country In New City, near Bay View park; will
1316.J I Pal:;.'ox: St. Phone 1144 gas city water, bath large, deep lot best for'eot _U vided that automatic gates of guch .bar-
phone brewery stock exchange or )f
factory or
'I. club 'farrniDlf.Reason neighborhood In city-19000.00.: cheap R ATM BONE LODGE NO. 33
11 for selling- baa : taken at once. Mrs. It. 150S: E. eater aa may be approved by the Board
owner no one to OWlerL: Rathbone Lodge, No 30. Kn11(1.b ft
> iAN LEND, TOUR MONEY at of Public works be by such railroad
H. PORTER sailmaker. 71C South eight ilnovlm may
Great bargain Strong. "
place. Invest meets
as Pythias,
manage every Thursday t at
ocr ctrnt. If you have any that 5-room cottage and :hall. bath and established and maintained at iut
,:: Palafox street. Orders taken for tents you ment or for one looking for good farming company Castle HalL Members of sister c. M
aWDIn s. camp stools and hous. cots. I want Interest on. aee':me about It. It land. For particulars address E. W. shower bath, hot and cold water cabinet such crossings in place of flagmen. and visiting brethren cordially rn ?: :i
etc. Prices reasonable. 31jat will be absolutely safe on' real estate Peake, Pensacola. Fla. New Laundry mantles modern throughout. occvp>lng Sec. 2. That the railroad or corpora to attend. J. ],f. ROPER C. C
security. Leslie E. Brooks. Phone ,482. 14 block of ground on East Hill, block St. Andrews or mentioned in
building East Chase street.. Idee a Pensacola.: and. tions companies persons C,. J. LEVEY. K R. A S.
from/ ar line, good nelghborhood-$3000. the foregoing section shall at the crossings _
MONET! TO LOVN-Evervbody borrows ; Gulf Steamship Co. .at Wright and Uayne streets, Tarra- B. '
FOR SALE-10.000 acres round timber M. F A No. Cl. meets first *M
from Jno.
A. Hall
HOTELS. & Government St., When la&: need Co., 14% land. 1X600 saw mill timber and. sawmill Modern 5-room cottage, reception hall, ;STEAMER.TARPON.W. gona and Zarragossa streets, Tarragona third Wednesday e rms at 7:SO p rKafford ,.
callnua 32-room hotel at a bargain. Several large front gallery, on corner lot 60xlJ7H, and Government streets, and Tarragonaand Hall, No. Inten'ten la
: LOCKHART HOTEL. Lockhart Ala., good farms and town properties. two blocks from car, line on East Hill; Matter. iRtendencia streets cause a flagmanto street. A. O FELL Pres
t. new managm nt. newly renovated JiONEY: LOANED on all kinds of Write Gentry & SetterUnd. Chipley.; Fla. house new lot nicely laid off wth pretty FIRST-CLASS S FREIGHT PASSENGER SERVICE. AND precede, by at least fifty (5ft feet and J. I.. gwciaNET. Secy.
; nice rooms. Bath and all accommodations. property on short notice. Terms personal 23sept I flowers, large stables. fronts sooth. It -Between- not more than one. hundred (100) feet
t Special attention to traveling men. essy. J. B. Gray &: Co. 2 W. Romana. i Is ,cheap at $2450.00. every railroad train;'locomotive:tender or PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 4. I. O 0 f
: special rates to weekly boarders. J. bone 1165 PANAMA CANAL EDITION of The PENSACOLA. MOBILE APALACHICOLA car passing over the said crossings at Pensacola Lodge No. 4. L O 0
Rodgers. Prop. 2Snov jfeb Journal magnificently illustrated I the times as follows, to-wlt: At the cross- meets every Thursday evening *t 7'at
magazine containing score of views of II CARRABEL'-E. ST. AN- ings at Wright and Hayne streets. and the new han on Belmont and IU:, ,

BROWN HOUSE-DaFunlaK Springs. UNLIMITED.n all kinds amount of personal of money to loan the city and harbor.. For sale .t all I DREWS.: MILtVILLE. Tarragona and Zarragossa streets, between streets. Visiting brethren cordial!!> ,
Good beds' airy rooms elegant meals' business property. Sprttl *- book stores or at The Journal office. By II >St, the hours of'nine p. m. and six a.' vited. B. R. ITKiOVSKT., N 0
rates to men on large And all points on Andrews Bay. Car-
; free bath and sample rooms. Specialattention L'.:.n.s. The New york Loan Co. 204Vl mail. 20 cents. Zlsett I S rabelle and Aoalachlcola.SCHEDULE. m., and at. the other two crossings above A. KERLE. Secretary
to traveling men. Rates too :: '>th Palafox. I named at an hours of the day and night,
day. .1. R- Brown Prop. I FOR SALE OR RE.-"T-One of finest Leaves Pess cola. Sunday. S 20 and to warn pedestrians and persons hi w. o w .
: per
farms in West Florida a f miles from for Mobile Ala p. n or on vehicles of all kinds about to cross Live Oak Camp No. L w. O ,

S HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open all the Chipley 140 acres in cultivation; fine J. W. Bullock Jr. Leave I4TiSaCOIa, Tuesday 8:30 the railroad tracks at such crossings ot meets In Pythian hall the 1st sn1i
p. .
buildings. Cash rent %l.50 acre., L. Wednesdays In each month.i- F 'Stivereigns
S j ear American and European plan. BOARD AND ROOMS.FOR per for St. Andrews. MUlville. Apalachicola, the approach of such railroad train, looo -
S Special Bumnier rates. First-class In C. Ridenour Chiplej, Fla14dec2w* Carrabelle and intermediate points. motive, tender or car, by signaling wlt.ia cordially invited
every respect. Pleasant and convenient. I .For: additional Information apply to flag in the day time and with a lighted F. A. BOGHICH C vE.
S Mrs. T. L. Bowen, Prop. Pensa RENT-One large room furnishedor FOR S.l.LE-U cash for Remington Real Estate and Mortgage Loans J. R. SAUtfOERS: ed tantera at night time. provided that LESLIE BROOKS. Clerk.
cola. Fla. ISapr unfurnished.' Apply 24 South,/Spring Typewriter In first-class writing order; E..R.,COBB. President automatic gates are provided for in Sec.
S. street only 2 blocks from Palafox. 19dec reason for selling have no use for same General Frt. and Pass Agt. Pin5 tion 1 may be used Instead of flagman. Joppa Laage No. '. I. O O F. ..,
BAY HOTEL-Open night and day. European I here. Address "B" Care Journal Room 302'Brent Building. ,_ sacola. Fla.LANARK. Sec..S. That any railroad company failing Joppa Lodge No. 6. LOOP.. .r,. '
plan. Rooms light and clean. FOR RENT-Rooms for rent with privil- 21novlm to provide and station flagmen at the every. Tuesday" evening at 7:30 o'ol *
Transient trade solicited. 5.$-519 South ege of light housekeeping. Phone and crossings at Wright and Hayne streets Rafford Hall Corner Baylen and B'-in
C Palafox. Jos. S. ltJco u. !rop. Bath. Apply.900 East Jackson St.. 9dec1COOMS FOR SALE-A fine tract of land near ,Phone 637 and at Tarragona and Zarragossa streets, Sts. Visiting brethren cordiallY mvit' !
Part heavily timbered C: L. SMITH N ,
city. ; part as required by Section 1, or any'l'aUroad
TO REVT-Best in city. Mrs. :M. cleared. Call phone 2S5; or address 1102 company failing to provide flagmen to (!. L. W1LKINS. Secretary

B. Preston 1234. East Government St. East Gadsden. ISnovlmCONKErS precede trains at the Crossings at Wrightany I

LOST. 9dec On the Gulf of Mexico. Hayne streets,. Tarragona and Zar-
celebrated Boup Cure. Cholera -
FOR "SALE ragosaa streets: Tarragona and Govern-
I ROOMS-Nicely furnished cure lice and mite kiPer as wellas and
t tan I IS upstairs convenient ment streets Tarragona and Inten- EVENSVILLE &
LO$T-Black and hound two I Iohl unexcelled
years Egg Proiucer.
an All Hunting and fishing season ,now
to line, on.
car with
to- weighs about 60 pounds. Answersto or without dencia streets as required by Section 2.
name "Black." Reward for return to ,board. 1202 East 'Gadsden street. wheat guaranteed that will and make a splendid your fowls grade lav. F.of Oyster beds within easy reach. or any flagman thus provided falling to .
lit East Bobs act. 19declw Sdeclm perform the duties Imposed upon him by
\ S. Melee '". Co.. Pensacola, Fla. Phone
Offers exceptional advantages as a Sections 1 and 2. or any agent or servant TERRE HAUTE
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS for 334. 7nov place to spend part of the ,winter'months. ,
1X>*>T-Round gold locket with anchor on rent of any such corporation., company or persons -
one side on other Initials ".I. L. F. Lost with or without board. Table board. FOR SALE-Come quick if want owning or operating ,any railroad
1' either on '/\ North Hill car or near Union Phone gas and bath.. No. 3 Palafox. them., Two cheap horses two you good $3200.Buys ., LANARK INN. along or upon the streets mentioned In the RAILROAD
i'I'<>t, Reward for return to The Journal I! 27nov ones and one high-class saddle horse. isall foregoing sections who' shall move or
r Under modern and
ormiiast street ISdec new cause or allow to be
Strong moved
I have left of the car load I any locomotive -
got last a new modern up-t -date home. will afford special attention TO
ti- ROOMS-Two furnished front rooms, Monday.' I also have two secondhandtop well kept; tohunting train tender or car over or upon THE DIRECT LINECHICAGO
LCT--\ li\er-colored 'l.month's-oldf suitable for. light housekeeping. Use two stories\ with eight room reception and fishing parties. the crossings at Wright and llayne
in good condition for sale
rt i'. :nter nupp\, with white feet and of phone and bath. Apply 822 East T. E. Welles. ladectt hall and bath on corner lot and near car streets and Tarragona and Zarragossa
c \ri breast. Cor. 13th ave. and 14tht Gadsden or Phone 897. 25nov cheap. line on East HUI. This home is a bar- S Reached by the Georgia Florida A streets, without there being then and
1 FOR SALE-Just received fresh flashlights in the city. Take a look at it before Tourist rates now in effect. there stationed and present at such cross
__ and launch batteries.: Phone you Invest. .- -- ings flagmen, as required In Section 1. or in the
t 1W'l FOR RENT. 345. B.V.. Peake. New Star Laundry For hotel accommodations write LANARK. over or upon the crossings at Wright and and all points
FOR ADOPTION.FOR building. Hayne streets. Tarragona and Zarragossa
$1350 INN. Lanark. Fla. streets Tarragona ,and Government North and Northwest

FOR RENT-At Big Bajou. 7-room. 2- FOR SALS-One line wn Case, 23 feet For streets, and Tarragona and IntenSencia
S schedules.railroad rates. etc.. write
l.I AIMDPTION-One orphan boy. 7 ; story house. Bath and kitchen, all furnished long. S feet high with ribbon case 10 Buys a pretty home i site of five lotS. .S'. ,J. H. McWILUAMS. streets, without a Carman preceding
years old. Will be given for adoption, $20 per month; also 4-room. kit feet long separate.' Will make fine display facing east on 12th avenue. New City.C0'0YER. Gen. Pass. Rgent such locomotive tram tender or car: as
to '
responsible parties. For particulars5PjJy chen and'hall unfurnished, J17.50 Fisher case for any kind of merchandise. Ga. required in Section 3. sap upon couTtctloa -
Bainbrtdge. RoundTrip
t \Vart Eagan Ilotce. .or Mrs. Wm. Real Estate Agency 206 South Palafox. Apply to E. L. Reese. 17 North Palafox.20novlm. S for, euch oSenee. be punished by a Exceptionally Low

1' r. President. ISnov l dec ...,.. line not exceeding t" ntY-S1ve U5.001
,# -------I- --- -- dollars. or by imprisonment of not ex- Rates to all Summer

I FOR P.E."I'T-T..o nice double 'stores on FOR SALE-Bouse and lot at 1011 East CREWNOTICE.. ceedtag thirty (JO-days...

"1 CREW NOTICE. rust Intendencia street, between Pala Jackson street, $1600. Apply to G. A.Dohlstrorn .(It said vessel. Sec. C That anT pedestrian or person In Tourist Points.D. .
Neither the Captain.. Owners fox: and Tarragona. Inquire at the Fisher 1013 East Jackson. street or S >either the Captain. Owners charge of any vehicle or any other person,
nor Consignees of the British I Real Estate Agency. 22nov 818 South Palafox. 27novlm nor Consignees of the who after having been warned as herein
a Steamship: Glencoe. will be responsible 1 ,Swedish::! steamship Gustaf before provided of the approach of
for debts contracted FOR REVT-A* R. Bingham has storag FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new MehlenA _ Adolf, .will ,be responsible- train, locomotive. tenderror car any
by the Crew of saId! vessel. I room for rent. suitable for furnitureor Sons piano in handsome rosewoodcase. 200, Thiesen ,Building. debts yontracted by the Crew crossings jshall cross or to at. H. Hillman 8. t.. Rogers.C.
upon: :or at. .
I J. ('QPF.R. Cirtain. I I other goods., IN and 10& South Tarragona .. A bargain. Piano san be seen 0BMt. tempt to cross or go upon any such* ranr P. & T. A. ,. General t,

_.J01l.'o A. 1llRRlTT & (,'0... Cuwsifnee. street. Phone ,(39. by calling at the E&nclr.X1tc11ea... Sect. Phone 686. JOHN. AERRLT&.. Cousigqe.CO... !ad tracks \, 'such ,tram, locomotive-, Evansvilie.IndNashville., Tees

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ow a_ feavannah, Ga.' :20! .-as The tallows-naval Gives th most ordinary property an appearance; of substantial ;1J ''

WW 85: value. A poor one can ruin the effect of the handsomest Y'
I IOn WO ................................(75X It Wants house and grounds.. Ton don't want any ragged -
AUCTIOI : ........ .,.:.................600 t. ',
M:...........Vt..........:.............S 50Kr. The edges to your property.Among -
Quaker 15 1 good sidewalks a :well laid concrete one is easily ;r
r ,[Si............;......................4 50 lli(iler best. Lasts longer, costs less for repairs and adds aa air of J, <.
H ..................:.*..:..........4 25 solid dignity and worth. ti.R'e
G .....................:..:..4 05 to 410 '-_ + '
F ........:.................4 05 to 401% lay such sidewalks and back story one with our guar
Dec 22 1906 K _.........................400 to .05' antee. May we estimate on yours!
D.4. 00 to 4 Oa;
C .......4 00 to 4 05Spirits
Rye1 Turpentine 66% cents '

AT 12 M. Pensacola Cotton Market. Pensacola Cement Stone Company,- kw

The following Pensacola cotton quota-

at the office of C. T. Irving,, Rich tions Co.Florida-F.are O.furnished B. cotton by brokers J. P. O'Connor Pensacola&, Makes the Best "RICKEY"you S. J. Harvey, Manager. Telephone 1485. ::1t

Miss. the Norwegian and mellow with Good Middling ...........t..........iS'A of'reat
Scranton, age Strict Middling .......................10 ever drank. A Gin
steel bark Baunen Middling ............................. 9%. mint that's in a class by itself. Hu ., .
,, delightfully Strict Low Middling ...................9*; the taste and flavor that will appealto..youand --
she now lies ashore in six IRis stimulatingand Low Middling ........................ 8% then there's the effect lamupbracer I IA

as that gives you snap
feet of water, at Horn Island,, smooth. JOBBERS' QUOTATIONSPENSACOLA and "ginger". Brick Lime Portland Cement
together with all masts,, .The produce market has an upward AU good dealers till It. ,
tendency due to the heavy demand
riggins, anchors, ;;tne approacn of Cnristmas. As will be I"B '
Tell the dealer send & B"ATLANTA.
jards I to ;noted tnere were many advances in produce Always a full supply kept ready for quick delivery.
etc. particularly butter eggs and turkeys .
dams, capstans, i .. The market is about as follows. Contractors_will find it decidedly to their advantage

Also at the same time and you a .case of it today.Phone Creamery Renovated Butter Butter,,per per pound Ib 2c. 34c to to 29c.Sac. to submit estimate for-our prices on all Building Material i

place in lots to suit purchasers -: 16-Lewis Bear & Co., Cream Cream Country Cneese Cneese Eggs,,SOc.daisies singles,, Ike.15(:. Food Guaranteed and Drug under ActMEMIUAN.the Naticnii .ruse j l, including Hardware.Saunders I

the sails ,ropes, hawsers, 401-403 Palafaz St. and 2-10 Main St., Grown chic ens. per dozen $5; to $C. j
I Pensacola, Fla. 3 Pucks, per dozen, J550 to $6.. I
furniture, compasses, boats, -Irisn Potatoes per bu 70 to i BROS.COJCOPPEK Mill Company, tl

and provisions, etc. Irish Potatoes N. Y. per bu.. 80 to 85c, Phone 717. 21 East Card)" Street. 3
inventory -
Sweet Potatoes per bushel $1 00 '
For particulars apply to Yellow Onione, per bushel 85 to 86c. I liFACiURER3 err TILu 1
Red Onions, per bu.. 85: to 90c.
Spanish Onions In crate $1.40 to $1.50
the master. '.Holland Seed Cabbage per lb.,1% to as I
Coronet Old Tom and Dry Gin 1c. P blj BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANY
':Domestic Cabbage. per crate. U.. % -
HOY to $4.50. 'w. T. BED WELL. PRES. AND MANAGER. .
CHR Lemons, perbox$4.25, $2.75,to $3.00. Prepared to do all electrical repairing en short police. Ring phone 570 and arepresentative :.;: .
Limes per crate will-call. W. T. Bidwell.' President and Manager. 20* S. Baylen'treet. -
Apples (Ben Davis), per bbl, IS.25: to iI .
Scranton, Miss. $3.50. ..
best variety, per bbl., $375 to '
$i Apples I I 'itI.
Apples, best variety 3.50 to JJ.75. 5}
XMAS DAY Oranges, per-box. $2.75 10 $S.Oranges .
(Florida), per box $::;5.I .
Christmas'Fruits FOOT BALL Grape Tomatoes Fruit bushel per box crates$3..,75$%to.50.$4 SMITHS.. MriRII-K.,AIAMETAL.( i>KE -S| G. DeSiLVA & COMPANY 'j i ; i j jt I II

At t Palmetto Beach. I Geese Turkey per per dozen.pound$9 17 to 18{'. II I
Rutabagas, per bu. 75 to SOc. I
Malaga Grapes per bbl $5.00 to $5.50. M. A. BAKER &- CO. '
Cranberries per bbl. $11.50 to $12.50. Building Material y'L
This is the place to buy Pineapples per-crate.$3.00 to $3.5. MANUFACTURERS "

your Fruits, Oysters, Candies Pensacolas AthleticsGame Quotations THE TIMBER on sawn MARKET.timber in the Seamless Pensacola Turpentine, Fla. Stills, Shingles and Slate for Roofing .

etc. for the local market are about as follows on ,
FireVorks 1 called on arrival of 3 o'clock car. I basis of 40 cubic feet Patent Plaster, Store Fittings, .1
1IOlida' Prices reasol1able.1 SO cubic .feet average and over. 27cents. '
I IG. ADMISSION 35 ,CENTS 27% cubic feet average :2!5 cents. Everything for House Building 1
j 23 cents. .
P. Caparisos 25 cubic feet average
Smaller averages not wanted ;
Although considerable timber arrived '
Cor. Tarragona and Intendencia $ts. du ES .:'e. week the receipts were J .1
C. light. The demand con
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Florida and Alabama / ,

LAND COMPANY NW[ All Work Tested and Guaranteed.
Write us for prices. We can Interest you.

Manufacturers of T T -- THE IDEAL GIFTi

and Dealers hi Cleared Yesterday SCARRITT MORENO.
LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES 3lagno..Br bk.,btoessen 1091 for Montevideo '
ALti .
AND KILN.DRIED SAP. with 805,408 s ft SAFES.OF DESCRIPTIONS.Agent : .Sf'i
for Olebold Safe and Lock Co.
o 0 .VESSELS IN PORT. Canton. OhIo. BOOK
Stcamsmps.Alfred Office and Salesroom-20 E. Gov. St :. I IJ Itii
Henzele Ger ss, jorgensen, 1288, :- -
St. Vincent to H. Baars &. Co. I .: ;
Chatton. Br ss. Lelsk %3:1, Buenos
and Wood

Coal y r Y Gulf Ayres Cycle.Transit to Br .Long. 2227, Rio Janiero- to Typewriters.We Is undoubtedly a bank book. Give the boys 4;. "I

.D .( .. ',Swed ss Schriel.. 1422.Iluelva I I
re deliver Ice Coal.' Charcoal and ;. : L to HyerrPros and girls .a bank account and get them to .., t :
Wood\ anywhere in the city. We can Homburg. Ger as. Matthiesen. 1488. offer the below I .
i pplv you in any quantity and car s S Rotterdam Hornsund to Gee the ss W., Behrens S. Keyser, 1609.Co.Ham- add to it to see how fast it will grow. A dollar i: h
Eavlce M always promptSteam burg to master. $100 MAKE TYPEWRITERS: CHEAP: I IStearn's t='

and Domestic Coal. ,Baybreak. Br ss, Low. 1904 Buenos Visible (new) ............$. .W! will do it. i Sr, 1Mrl
Wood Cut Any Size. Ayres to the W.8. Keyser', 1839 Co.New York Williams, (re-built) ...!............. 6500 : .. .
ss. Cooper ....... "
.-rhlrl (practically newt 67.50
lo Hornfels. Ger *ss Co.. Meman, 1475, West Smith Premier NO.4 .............. 4500 } t..
E. G. SEWALL, H>.t'..nool o W. L. \\ittirh CO. Remington, No. 2. (re-built) .......;.30.00 J: .
Marian, Br ss. Hogg, 12181 Faro to .i1
Phcnea 614-363 26 N. Tarragona St. master. Also for ten days delivery we can sell :
New Century Fox, Fay-Sholea Under-
-Ship i
MRS. LOUISE PFEIFFER Avant Nor si-'". Anderson 1648 Lon- wood or any make of typewriter. ,Above FIRST -NATIONAL BANK
Full assortment of Christmas Toys at low prices. All kinds of dolls big and machines also for rent. t
the little ones. Large assortment to select from-also Tea Sets, Express Wagons, don to order.
desire to Lisbonto
to announce etc. Come In and look s'-our' linePFEIFFER'S Ferreira. Port. ,Burros 606 ,

ladies, dressmakers, and tail Has been the standard BAKERY for years. ,Send In your Christmas,orders for Fruit Harbinger master,' Rus s7. 1339. Algoa Bayto OF PENSACOLA, FLA. jc j
Cake, Pound Cake, Ornamental Cake. We give you the best that good materialand master. PensacolaTypewriter .
that I have taken the .for ;
ors, Bolmdorf. 1610. \
skill can produce.. 211, East Inttndencla street. Hildegard. Gee ship : : a t
Bremen with 004,286 8 ft lumber; for ;:- "- .
Wiss ,. ..
for the -
agency great .NON..NO/OsN/N..0.N.ON00..............ONNO's Brake Ingrid with Nor 176 917 ship.s LinnelU ft lumber.1260. Ant- : Exchange Desfgnsted-- Deoositary or the. United States. -:'!r l''.
Shears and Scissors.Th -
& Co. t -
: werp to McK. Oerting '
guarantee on these goods are that Lena Ital ship,-Tassara, 1581. Londonto '20 E. Government St. >* i
I wlH give a new pair on the return cl; : SURPLUS SUPPLY : order. BarkLAfredo. _

fit old pair, whether brok n, damaged 01vern ELBERTA AND CARMEN Peaches ; Uruguayan bk. Maragas. 9S7, W. H. Knowles President W. K. H'.r. Jr. Vice-President. and Caihler !l -
out. Simply return the old pair Montevideo to H. H. Thornton.Alfh1d. Thos. W. Brent Ass.t Cashier. W. N. Roberts. Ass t Cashter. :
and get a new pair.. j Swed bk. Svensen% 133!, Dur-- I Directors-P.&Brent, W.A.Blount, W. H. Knowlea. W. X.Uter,Jr.. -:;i ;
All of the Win brand will be sharpened' in two to three-feet stock at 5 cents each. Klond ke. ban C. to B.master.AVhidden Br bit Morrison 349, THE D. G. Brent
he Infinitely.( Lag'Palmas to Southern States Lumber STATIONER ,
F. B. BRUCE, and Lady Thomson Strawberry Plants at,$2.50 per : Co 1100" No. 30 South Palafox St 1Christmas'
thousand. Campbell. Nor bk. Hausken. New Style Holiday Peter
21 Brent Row.HICKS'. ; Btavanger to McK. Oerting & Co. Pan and other Novelty Purser Crepe
All other stock in for price list : Charles Racine. Nor bk. \Naage. Paper; Napkins and Shelf Paper French
proportion.Vrite Genoa to master. Stag Novelties. Tiny enclosed Booklets.

at once. Address. :S Fleetwood Nor oraer bk Jorgensen. 557. Vanity Christmas style Cards Hand'Post Bags Cards.Gnats Booklets Purses Anybody Would Like r a Savings Account For 3

Gustaf Adolf. Kwed; bk. joberg. 1468. and Bill Folders. .

i CAPUDINE 0: C. R. LONG Nurseryman, Andalusia,. Ala. : Bremen Hereford to,J.Nor A. Merritt Dk. Jensen& Co.1380. Rosario Look over oar stock. --- % Present; It's a Common SenseTho' I f::' "
BtMLDWtLT p 1 to order.
CBt1UBEADACBES ................................. ..................4/ Heimdal Nor bk. Henson 1354.J Hill : .
to order. Novel Proposition I
Humberto. Span. bit 1111. Battle Ha-! ., rt
ItIl 0 COLDS vana to order.Ingebiorg 1 NATIONALCOLORED ba
I.ite 1&H..,. Nor- bit. Eld, 1250. East.London } ,-I ;
1Msit* kL rrls Isabel to order.Browne Rus bk. Llndduist. 1231. You can open an account for anyone t

---- Get Your Fruits I Hull Kink to Oscar master H. Nor t.. Johnson 752. you like. We will furnish the Pass ,Jll, [ .

DAILY TOWEL SUPPLY. Rosario to A. Zelius. Book,with the name and any amount r !'
...RUNYAN'S ROLLERS... t. Ulla Nor bk Aanonsen 1030. Santo : i
to order. wish to deposit entered thereon 'j.
A CLEAN Swakop- you
TOWEL EVERY DAY Lysglint, Nor bk. Ilansen,1332
and Fireworks
$100 PER MONTH. mund to McK. Oerting & Co Also Home or'Pocket Bank, if desired. j
Phone 848-2 rings. M. G. RUNYAN. Macca. Nor bk. ln ammond. 995.:>> for JIi: t i
Pensaco! Florida. Buenos Ayres. with lL6U bbie rosin _
Ilaria. Ger bit French. 192. KingELMarinam

J.ladre.,_its! ''bit Simosetfa : AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOPERA t

From NICK APOSTLE'SFRUIT 1468 Negpore Genoa Nor to bk order.ojerdsen 1128, East LIGHTSWhen

London to A. Zelius.OlivarL I HOUSE: BUILDING! rl i
4 r ltal bk, Costa, Genoa to or- 4
STORE next to der. W. compound Interest at 4 per cent. every three months' In ur Say. ; 1
1 Larsson 1127, BahlaBlanca -
Ophelia. Nor bk. \logs Department. :
Gulf Transit Co.Paflas. M 1
Nor bk. Johnson, 1319, Ply- you are out doing : '
Buy The (Gem Book Store. te mouth, to A. Z iiu3 : i
to Phyllis McK.,Oerting Nor bk,gag .el8on._ 932, Belfast i your Christmas shopping, 1. .s. REESE. B iL CART. J. .v. DORR.'v.. R. QCINA.AssUUntCUhtar." i.. .1 t

i: a Large and varied stock, 664 Robert. Barbadoes Scrafton to McKenzie Nor bk. Morthensen Oerting & !I and looking for good things THE President PEOPLE'S Vice-President BANK OF Cashier PENSACOLA. 1 i. ;.

Whisky Co.Superb, Nor\ bit'. fJllch. 1934. Antwerp I and good goods, such as CAPITAL $100,000 SURPLUS AND UND/Y1iED PROFITS S2S.MQ. r':
to A. Zelius & Co. ,.DIRECTORS.. -l'-: :
That has the comprising all of the best Teresa, Urug bk. Estrado,1232, Cienfuegos Cake J. J. HOOTOV, R. iL CART. J.. J. REEVES, .-<."" ;:
FruitCake Pound W. DeC. KESSLBL :r
to Rlx M Robinson.I Rio : W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. J. 8. REESE 'I IA
rtputation Urtac Port bk CachJa, 891. Ja- General Banking Business Transacted and Accounts Solicited Ships' Disbuwments '!f. -
# j things the market affords. niero to master.Schooners.. Marshmellow Layer Cake given.Special Attention. : : .I .:

for Doris,' Am sell. Eastman 310. Havanato ----- ----------------T .
Purity. j J. A. Merritt & Co. and he.. Genuine_ German i
t Am sell, McLeoJ, 16*. ;
candies Donca Christina
It is just as easy tose- Nuts, raisins, dried. Belize to master.Barkvntine Cakes ."Lebkuchen" we THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK i lw :t'j

CUre the pure article tfocthcsuncm fruits novelties etc. Weguarantee tanille.Allan to wilde.master.Am bktn. Grace, 564, Man- are the headquarters.Look PENSACOLA :. ';

oatpthatyDt$ Beatrice Ita( bktn, Marchen. Savona tc 'I" 7
I A General Banking Business Conducted on a Safe and Conservative -
for the theywill
Pay for the adulterated1. If :rbtDan bktn, Rasmunsen. %60. Bar Lights, Basis.

Pure -to give you better badoes to order. to the OLD I 'r...
Whisky is you Scarf Pins Cheap. guide you Correspondence'SoJlclted--R. M. Bushnell. Cashier. ?.

wait, ask for jt j* Ja jl J* and to undersell all An error crept into the big ad of RELIABLE J'If< 4
.goods -
: J. F. Davis last Sunday, quoting ----- I-
"JESSE MOORE""AA" scarf pins"at $4.00. This should have

3 'small. fruit stores. $ .$ been $1.00 instead. Mr. Davis, of West Florida Steam -R. 1- CART. President. JNO. B. MASSET, Secretary
course has a large stock of scarf pins -
N. GOLDRING. at $4.00 and more, but it was his In C Y'ck, CO.
DISTRIBUTOR tention'to advertise .Us popular one .Bakery, .
PENSACOLA. .s dollar pips as leader.. -- Wholesale and RctaJI; 0 al.r In Stsam; ,
? No. 8 S. alafox St., where I Domestic Anthracite and Blacksmith COA L e ;i :,
Nick's Fruit The Riera Shoe Co. will "count the Office: 43 S. Palafox St. TsUphan 1 Gonzalez* 93. .. l
nmed Exclusively by- Store beans in the boot" Friday. Dee. :i. you can purchase the same. Streets.Yard: Comer' Yard phones Tarragona i and and 372. : '
THE GEM SALOON, I I The correct answer will get the : ,
Riera' boots.-
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SHEEP IN E 'J'. :',' .,'" _-,_ -
,1 124-128 E. Intendencia St

I II Children's : PHONE 66.

THAT MEN LIKE 'Imported Rag Muslin and Linen Boo ka printed In colors I5c, to ?3c; Nursery
AlA. ISLANDS stories, Mother Goose Pansies for Thou ght, etc.,_ -at 15c. DensloWs Picture We have everything to
. Books,.Tom Thumb, Mother Hubbard Ja ck-and-the-Bean-fetaOc. etc.; iSo to'11.25., .
9 make your Christmas

Boy'sAlger dinner a success.A .

i Books 30c Henty Books lie, Favorite Boys' .Authors Soc 60c and Gee,
When buy gifts for a man,buy him something Samuel Archer Writes Interestingly Young Patriot Series at Gee; Juvenile Histories at I5c.. All have food cloth bind
you : -i Lieut. J. P. Hutcheson, Philippine lag good paper. ,Illustrated clear. type. A fine, large -line of Boys books. Full Line of

.t: i'I' useful; he'll appreciate it more than some worthless to Paper in, Scout, Talks of Girl's '. Holiday Goods

trinket or piece of junk so often used for gift, service North Carolina Louisa M. Alcott books at from 35c to $1.30. "Laura E. :$!cbards books at -
New Possessions. $1.15. Elise Dinsmore books at $1.15. Little Colonel Booksat11.30..' Little Pep -
per at $ .:O. .',- :, DOLLS, TOYS,.ETC,
I during the Holiday Season. An interesting letter written by 1 '
I fl % Samuel ,Archer on sheep husbandryIn I Fiction, New.and Old Wholesale and Retail Deal f,
this section recently appeared In Lieutenant J. P. Hutcheson. an officer -
r the Landmark of Statesrllle N. C..I in the Philippine scouts whose This store was established with the primary idea of popular the people of CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES
Smoking Jackets Pensacola and vicinity with all the new and op-to-date fiction as fast as
where ilr. Archer has made his home romantic wedding to Miss Teresa it came from the pre ses. One of the charms-of the now poular*first seller" is -
for a, long period. He has decided 0'Maller, of Columbus, Miss., occurred I I to possess and read it while It is fresh and popular; you keep .up with the new CROCKERY, STATION-
Dunlap or Stetson Hat to 'move from North Carolina how' in this city late Sunday afternoon almost and popular any circumstances ideas of the day and have a. ready' topic of conversation, under ARY. GLASS TIN
. ever and embark in the 'sheep husbandry -: has had a most varied and interesting This season has produced a great number of notable novels, many of them WOOD AN D WILLOW
, Fine Pair I I business near Florala Ala.,' army life. says the Atlanta I l the acknowledged masterpieces of famous authors. The new.novels of Chambers, WARE CIGARS I TOBACCO
Suspenders _
Doyle Winter and Dillon win stand classics.
Anthony Hope Mary as SNUFF
where he News.
has a' of '
I purchased tract
I Stock and
handle all of these and many more. and have a good Holiday '
: I[about seven thousand acres of land I In the spring of 1893 he shouldereda I make a cut of 20c per book under the publishers' regular retail price,,or $1.30 for STUFF ETC.Remarkable
s Elegant Neckties !land, one thousand sheep Recently I II carbine and marched,away to Cuba a $1.50 book.
In fiction I have a large stork 60c and JS among the
( when In Pensacola Mr. Archer who I'' with the Fifth ,United States volunteers latter 1nld sucks as Virginian In .the Ieogf the- Kin-;Via Cruel.
Dress Shirts ,has :spent his entire life in this business (immunes) and was mustered Richard Yea and Nav. Calumet K, The Road Builders. .' The. Cost. Red Kesgers
Soldiers of Fortune,,Prisoner of. ,
Zcnda etc
J declared that no section in the I out after having risen from a private
;,country offered a better field for ,this.' to the rank of sergeant. Late in I .
industry than Western Florida and 1899 he joined the Twenty-ninth U. PoetryThe Case
Southern Alabama. A portion of his S. V. and went to the Philippines works of all the great poets in handsome padded leather bindings at
,|letter to the'Landmark is as follows where he remained until April, 19J1.) ] $1 and 1.50 per volume a large stock. Also a fine assortment of the works, of
THE JOHN WHITE STORE 1! "This is"indeed a vast country and He served through several campaigns I books famous and writers very bound appropriate in ooze as calf Christmas leather $1 per book. These are beautiful of( Hypnotism

I in its largest: aspects it is. ,a new there and his bravery in action was I
country. There was a'time when our recognized by several of his superior: ReligiousBibles T

Specialists in Men's and Boys' ,Wear :own Iredell county was farmed only officers and promotion was given '
with the bull-tongue plow-that, is, him from time to time ; of the Bagster, Nelson and 'c Cambridge, editions about thirty different Vast crowd awed by stupenfo array
f styles of binding type. etc.. ranKins'from 90c to JS.50 .. : of ExtraordInary
paper prices per copy.
Phone 225 205-207 s. PALAFOX i farmers just scratched a little on the In October. 1901 he was musteredout Hymnals, Foster's Story o: the Bible Cruden's Concordance Catholis, Prayer'
I surface of things. The great mine of the Twenty-ninth regiment in Books. i HABERDASHERY.Displayed
I of agricultural wealth had not been order that he might accept a com-
touched. Allow this to illustrate this mission as second lieutenant in the Miscellaneous In'' show window opposite the
-f whole country as I now view it. Its Philippine scouts.This organizationis postoffict:
Dictionaries'at 2.K to Ii!. a fine assortment Fad Books,' such as Extra Pry.
j; great resources have scarcely been composed of batallions there being Cynic's: : Rules of Conduct. Tour, Health. Cigarettes in Fact and, Fancy. That .Re-,:
scratched, and I must say this.notwithstanding four companies of '104 men' in the minds Me. etc. 50c and 75c.! ,, STONEMOULDER
the of the squad. The equipment{ and organization -I, For higher priced gifts would suggest some complete works of great authors r
presence in sets, say Macauley. Cooper. Thackeray, Dickens. Shakespeare. etc. If Shakespeare '
1 sage but great grand seaports of Mobile Is exactly'like the'regular United I have several editions complete at from $!50 for..the Avon edition to $26:: OF APPEARANCE
"HAS HINTS"Special and Pensacola the great artery States troops. The :officers are with for the Temple edition consisting 40 volumes. This would: make a,fine gift .and Come In and Get Hypnotized
the price is 20 per cent, less than book agents.
traffic lines' of railroads; the, great one or two exceptions Americans, Please plan so spend some of your Christmas money! with me.-
saw mills and lumber factories and while the men In the ranks are natives f THE HABERDASHER.

other immense, fabrics of industrial of the islands. Lieutenant I HARRY 1 T. HOWLAND Manager 222 South Palafox Street,
: business and also the cotton fields. Hutcheson says that they give excellent -i ,
Give these all the credit they will service and are loyal and brave. I \ Telephone 14S1.
r bear and still this grand country lies Their duties consist of patrol and I DE LUNA BOOKSTORE:
I there in most of its primitive grandeur garrison work,' and subduing riots .
! I of length breadth and depth of and insurrections ,when they come up.. De Luna Street: "Phone 1491
; unused usefulness. Turning to most Need More Defense. I KNOWLES BROS.
: i}j. : : any industry we find a door 'open .: Lieutenant Hutcheson says that I ---- I Insurance.
I for it here"However. in his belief the United States should
.' 'J'; in' this letter J will not have 'a better coast" defense and a I I I FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT MARINE
<: :" Discount; !try' to spread out but confine myself larger body'' of soldiers on the island. I j Ii i I General Agents of
/t/to t the outlook for sheep husbandry. He believes that in case of war with A e"I
I There is only 5 per cent of this Japan that'Uncle Sam could not hold II EquitableLIFE

on Men's and I I country where I now am in cultiva the islands. The Philippines are but I ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF NEW
t tion. Last year there were 5,000 seven or eight days away;from Japan :I YORK
bales of cotton marketed. It is esti- while it takes over""a'month to make 303 South Falafox Street
'Youth'sCraveneftes I mated there are 10,000 piney woods the trip from America.The I
sheep running almost wild in the officer believes that Japan has I ,
I woods, that are not fed a bite, and its eye 'on the Philippines and that
I are only gathered up once a year to they will ,make a great effort to se-. Opera House.
be :shorn and the lambs marked. cure the islands'even if they have to I -- '
Thep clip about two and a half go to war. He argues that 'Japan is MATINEE AND NIGHT f
and Overcoats '
I pounds of wool that this year sold the only country on that side of the I
1 for 28 cents per'pound; and the averI world that could hold the'Islands and I FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21
I age increase in number is about 25 get financial results from them and
Friday and Saturday per cent. The sheep are healthy and therefore it would be Ho 'her advantage THE ONLY AUTHENTIC, SIGH
they are self-dependent all the time. to get them: 'triL the event of. PICTURES.BATTLING .
"I learn that at different times several a war it would probably .be necessaryfor '
only have tried the cross: with Meri- the' United give up the, NELSON

nos on them and every time it was a islands to Japan; until 'a large fleet ....and.....
successful improvement they admit, and army could, be mobilized and
but "de Just didn't follow it up" because then retake them. Lieutenant'Hutche-i JOE GANS.
the sheep are profitable the son says that the 'Japanese are':great: -\ WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP.The .

old way, and it was 'easier: to let well fighters* and that under<<2 present conditions '- Memorable 42-Round Battle .i
enough alone. they would ttafe every advan- Taken at Ringside,
"There are in the boundary first referred tage possible over the?United Statesif
to about 200,000 of these sheep, a war should come lup. JATRUNK All the Preliminaries Incident to the
WATSON PARKER & REESE Go all of them needing the Merino im Great Future There., -', \ Big Fight. .
Scenes of Goldfield Nev., the preatr '
provement. I have personally: inter The lieutenant' believes' that, there mining camp in the world. ,
viewed the owners of more than one Is a great future ,for the islands.
I "EVERYTHING TO WEAR.'! fourth of these and they :anxiously There Is 'no doubt, he says; that they: ? Did Nelson Foul Gans
1 assure me that if I will move in here are as rich in natural 'products as I
and show that the Merinos will do any islands in the world 'They have j' See For Yourself.
'I Yes Sir; what kind will you hare-Metal. .Canvas or Leather? Prices-Matinee, 1* and 25c,
well they will buy aU'the southern not been developed to 'any extent j
We have all styles and all, sizes. Prices-Night, 23c 35c and -*ft", ,
acclimated rams I can raise. The There are all kinds of mineral properties I in
AU the new improvements Jock andtrimmtngs-most'any price
I climate products and water are even while the forests abound in !j I $6.00 to $25.00. .
MULES better than Iredell county for'sheep.. hard woods of all kinds. Rubber I I
HORSES AND They have here the primitive sheep cocoanut coffee and 'chocolate are :I tti
husbandry and ,sheep. I fully under- raised there-or at least will be in I A BAG ? -
stand the improvement and progressive the next few years. Before the United 1 1
end of the business States secured'the island Spain had Yes Sir; splendid assortment-most any size-Canvas or Leath- N ,
1- '' a'nd "Now please hear me a little done little' to develop the country. er-several shapes; some moderate In.price and some elegant affairs. r a #x.
Just received two-carloads horses mules. 'Extra longer. Before I came down here I The: Americans are. planting rubber All prices J1.50 $18.00.

fine and well broken. Can be seen at our stables.W.R.TAYLOR&CO.. was under the impression that this cocoanut, hemp coffee and choc- Yes we have Suit Cases in all styles also. $L25 to $20. Tele-
whole Mack belt and country ,was olate trees and these will be bearingin scopes? Yes! Bag and Trunk Straps eta, a fine line of'course.So .
thickly settled by the negro and per a few years. About ten years is you didn't know we had the finest stock of Trunks and Bags
haps a large part of it was passing required before they', reach the age in town? Well *e have and the very best makes too. Come in and
into his hands as property. I do not necessary to bear fruit and after we'll show you.BOSTOIVI. '

209 E. GARDEN STREET. find it so, but in closely observingthe that, the wealth of the owners will \
situation I must say that althoughhe be assured. The officer states that In
-. has made great and good steps in the last fire years Americans have I SHOE STORE
human progress, yet In au these forty done more for the islands than Spain I
years he has failed to grasp the industrial did all during the centuries that. she I FASHIONABLE FOOT FITTERS A
: I situation here that was at held them.

first and all along open before him, Lieutenant Hutcheson and his bride 117 S. Palafox St. Phone 69Of
UNDERWEAR1'and carry It forward successfully in left Atlanta last night for Montgomery -
development to any extent equal to where he will visit relatives fora
I similar sections of the north that were short time and 'then they will go
after the war and before It was set to Columbus Miss, her home. After
tled by people of different nations of visiting there for a short time they .,....ttfMMtMM.MM.teetf.MfMMfi ........+....
the old world. I would not throw one will go to San Francisco and then to ..
straw of disparagement on his good Manila where the ;:;rung officer is !

tion work of-or things good here progress tells but its own the condi-story. now ,stationed. i GAS ARC LAMP FOR STORE I WING HOP & CO.Importers .

FOR COLD WEATHER "The younger generation of our and Dealers In

southern people are showing' them $100 REWARD $103. LIGHTING $7.00 Chinese and Japanese Fancy
selves equal to the great opportunities The readers of tbis paper' will be ,
of this country in their displayed pleased to learn that there is at least one i Goods.
dreaded disease that science has been
1 1I zeal and energy to open up and improve able to cure in all its stages and that Embroidered Canton Crete Shnwie.
: We have it. You need it You it. Old plantations are being is Catarrh. Halls Catarrh Cure is the The, better lighted the store the better the i Handkerchief. Ivory. Chinaware
farms openingout only positive cure now known to the med Toys Fireworks. Silks and Linen
sub-divided new are fraternity. Catarrh being a conrtitu- goods may be seen by the persons who Embroidery Goods Dress Goods !t>
have the We itLet's the railways are rendering .efficient tlonal disease requires a constitutional the yard.
money. Want help, new towns are building treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken enter your store "just looking around, or

It will be a up. land values are Increasing from and internally mucous acting surfaces directly of the upon system the, there-blood with the intention of buying, and don't forget :- i Fine Imported Teas, Flo Etc''tt.
good 31 8. Palafox Street, Penwcola
swap. 50 to 200 and more per cent It was by destroying the foundation of the disease '
said to me when I sold 'my Iredell and giving the patient strength by i that the crowd follows light.
trade for bad for building up the constitution and assisting +
you-not me county farm at $22 1-2 per acre thatit nature in doing its work. The proprie- +
was too high.. Why if that old tors have so much faith in 1U curativepower
that they offer One Hundred Dollars -
farm was set down right here closeto for any case that it fails to cilre.
Florala it would sell for $30 an Send for list of testimonials. f Pensacola Gas CompanyPhone i
[ acre quickly. If Iredell county lands Address F. J. CHENEY CO, Toledo One Less Worryto
SOc and $1.00 Suit O told by all druggists, 7 ic. 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden
a do not get up and go on in usefulnessand Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. i Street.

value this comparatively new .................................. .. ..............:
t country. will be ahead of it in ten contend with in life's

Others at higher price too and years. struggle is the certaintyof
Cleans Out the System.
all to the good.. L. L. L. (Lamar's Lemon Laxative) k The man who

is a gentle laxative that thoroughly ze belieyes,in a clean Christmas Gift StationeryThe Laundry Satisfaction.You .
cleanses the- 5Y5tem'and removes all get it when your

Impurities.the work by It gently never touching gripes.up Coos the collar 'ALL THE New Store corner Government and DeLuna streets, offersan laundry work is done by

Irrer.AH. TIME is the man: who attractive box paper' from 25 cents to $5.00-all ,uitable for gift

;. H. ANSON The-druggists Shoe 50c. will"count.the insists. on having. price. theThe Star Steam
beans In the boot" ,Friday, Dec.. 21.

CASH CLOTHIER. The boots.correct answer will get the' "LION""BD. MAURA STATIONERY 'CO.I Laundry

Garden St. Phone H*
37 E.
r Palafox and .Main. TENN. BUTTER, NICE AND IS Cents Each lUll Phone 165 Government DeLuna SuoI Pensacola, Fla.
FRESH. THIS WEEK 30c PER 2 for 25 Cents Geed,She**. I I

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