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 22, 1906
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
30.433333 x -87.2


In March 1897, the Pensacola Journal was started as a weekly by William Marion Loftin. The Pensacola Journal became a daily in 1898. With competition from other Pensacola papers, the Journal's coverage included a large part of Florida. In 1922, the Pensacola Journal was purchased by John H. Perry, who in 1924 also acquired the newspaper's main rival, the Pensacola Evening News. For the next six decades, the Pensacola Journal continued to appear mornings and the Pensacola News evenings. Both newspapers remained extremely competitive. A combined Sunday edition published as the Pensacola News Journal also became available. A consolidated newspaper, also known as the Pensacola News Journal, began operations on June 3, 1985, and continues to the present. Pensacola is the seat of government for Escambia County, the westernmost city in the westernmost county of Florida. The city sits on Pensacola Bay, connecting to the Gulf of Mexico. Since the early colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was already one of Florida's four largest cities. The big news covered by the local Pensacola press in 1898 was the beginning of the Spanish-American War. The Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them troops under Teddy Roosevelt, who passed through Pensacola on his way to Cuba through Tampa. In the years following the war, the United States secured the peace in the Caribbean through naval patrols and maneuvers based out of Pensacola. In the early part of the 20th century, Pensacola experienced tremendous growth. The population doubled to nearly 23,000 between 1890 and 1910. A new Spanish Renaissance-style city hall was built in 1908. Two years later, the American National Bank building--at 10 stories, Pensacola's first skyscraper-- was completed. The same year marked the construction of the San Carlos Hotel and a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had 21 miles of paved streets, and the first modern hospital opened three years later. In 1916, the city began operating its first motorized fire truck, and by 1924 it had replaced all of its horse-drawn firefighting equipment. The Pensacola Journal covered the cycles of boom and bust that characterized the city in the years that followed, as well as the renewed growth after the Second World War.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1898.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Mills of German-American Henry l'Davis,. Charged/With Criminal Assault_ in remained the death nearly house five he.oBo. # HighestMexicanCouftR' \\ ."' "'-= ...

6ov'R 8nOWKno troublerto keepers, but *. ENLISTED. MEN : \ ;.

Lumber Co. Will Be Reconstructed [ -:From ]prisonbfAngry' Mob at Annap that ,he' is tobe ret: .; ders Decision in seizure \ '

.to 'the main prison as # ..
at Earliest Crowd fathered College Hall. prisoner be shows great & of American Smacks.f"'L.--' "" y"

Possible Date. ON A VISIT '"------'. ',,4' becanse the 'prison he must rules. com- '$s5 EXONERATEDInvestigation '- t-,- I' '
By Associated Press t The lynching party;used 'books will be taken 1=

Annapolis Dec '21.-A mob ,assaulted hall of St Johns College ; and he,can,only ,receive Vessels Captured and Towed
.5 the jail here to-day, broke sembling place. This Is. at established times un- rf.t '

Story of the Fire as Told by down thes door and removed Henry the authorities to 'rules.Instead" of meals to ,Progress Will Be : i
HERE Davis, who criminally assaulted.Mrs, participants were local p hotel he must live on if Indicates That _

Waster and Crew of the John Reid. :near here on: last Friday Mrs.from Reid the neighborhood some miles of wa prison- fare. #-g I Return to Owners. t t 1 -

and hung him to a tree. riddling the The mob began to .- -3 # | : ',They:Did Not, Fire Into >
Tug Simpson. body 'with bullets afterward? ,college campus at i -'H1134 II
Arrived Last Night, Bht His The prison Is' only five: hundred After twelve' the [ f : Car atFt.'Barrancas., THE SILAS STEARNS, OF PENS/I
yards from the state house and blark .
\ ex KM-senior hall and
DRY KILNS AND PLANING MILL Visit Is :Not on Public I tive' mansion. Governor Warfield said ,donned. masks and ur COLA, T. J. TRAFTON OF'tO* i'' a t
SAVED, TOGETHER WITH he knew nothing of the tragedy until c ', !< I
WERE JailThe By Associated Press. < :i
Matters. he saw it in the papers to-day. The movements of the i[ Washington Dec. 21.--=As the' result BILE AND ADAMS_ OF CALVES.. :

TEN MILLION FEET OF LUMBER i coroner's Jury returned 'al verdict of ['ned sleeping students, 'of. a demand by Secretary Tail for a TON ,WJLL. BE BROUGHT TO: :' .i'
I death at the "hands of persons. ua-!'tl1esp followed end i report of the .facts regarding :alleged
WHICH known. ceedings., 1> attacks bf armed soldiers from Ft HOME PORTS, ACCORDING TO I
Governor Xapoleon B. Broward'Wa3 ;11..
MINUTESi a trolley car '
YARDS-ALL EMPLOYEES WILL Barrancas. Florida. on
among the visitors to reach the city I I:en route between Pensacola and the INFORMATION RECEIVED HERE. -

EE KEPT AT WORK. |last night from the east. arriving: here\\Fruittess' Search for Bodiesiof jfort i in revenge for the rejection?' of
on the belated I i one or their number. Brigadier General -
The immense plant of the German passenger train after ; ,: Duval. commanding the Department Through a, decision rendered by tt.
midnight and Action Taken
American Lumber Company which registering at the :Merchants I : by *
Millville I Victims of I of, the Gulf, says the report.highest-.court in Mexico. the fishing '
at Wednesday Hotel.
was destroyed Colonel Stewart commandant at
I from -A
fire which started In Constitution- schooners: Silas Stearns, T. J. Traftom '
morning by a When seen by a Journal representa i the fort indicates that his investiga'tion '
the shingle department, will be rebuilt tive shortly after'his arrival the governor .,I By Associated Press. cue work difficult I 1 1'i: establishes the fact that no en- ,en-I Adams, have been ordered .re* :1 ,

by the company and that too. at as in reply to a query,. stated that! Vicksburg Dee. 21. After :a fruitless It is practically certain al Ccnvsntion., !listed men 'were armed nor fired ,the leased from custody These vessel n
to '
it is possible arrange -
early a date as his visit to Pensacola 'at .the present (shots. He regards the reported were seized last summer by Mexican
and machinery ,search for the bodies of those Quackenboss is under the t :
This the plans announcement secure was maJ3 business time was not upon any public:: killed by the explosio'v of,the steam- Captain Quackenboss is t i\: i trouble as not worthy ot notice._ gi&boats upon the charge of poach -

yesterday at the office of the -company nothing ,to'and ''that therefore would.. he be had Interest boat Scovell 'the Gold Dust Landing:! have been blown to ." ss"I": i Pre3&. I! I inj;;, and ,towed,.Into Progresso, where', Hi
say of I' .' DecO 21.-After violating
:: where It was also stated that party returned tonight. Rescuewill Attending physicians some of the crews were Imprisonedfor

the loss of was$31000Plant;;partially. covered by Insurance -!' The Is visit of Florida's chief executive -''be wrecking impossible boat until and the equipment arrival_ .,of The a I the negroes injured, will, Lennie die. 'The' the most official Important minutes rules to show aId SAFETY A f Y SO.ARD'ON A .R n nI a short time, and the vessels hell, 1
on private business and
From reports Burned brought the cityyetertay and greet Eseambia his many friends in 'nsacnla to 1:I.f water is rising' which makes. the re-j doing! welL | constitutional s had convention been com- is as The prizes.informaticn. relative to thaccurt's ;

county. He does not
until January '

and: later by morning the master through and the crew mails?f anticipate for any length remaining-of time and the will city. i the report, of the county : by decision Capt A. F.was Warren received. of yesterday the'> ;. ?
the tug Simpson! the blaze spread with leave pro t committee could been- OpERA Warren Fish Company, who Was. '

than remarkable two hours rapidity the single and: mill within and less the ably to-morrow morning. THE E C CAM PBIlL: V VACATION R Rf _were in face known of e exist.fact that de I chosen Interested by the to represent gulf fishing them companies In tha,' ,' \_I,

sew min proper which were connected HOTEL absence: :of many members matter and who employed Elias Amabilas .' ,
had been destroyed The Simr: f j Murray put? the motion:: .and, of Mends Yucatan. to repre- '
son wa lying at anchor near the mil I a rising *te, declared the HOUSE.Oders rent the companies in the courts..Tha ,
and the men stated yesterday: that.t IS REMODELEDWILL liBElED FOR THE ,unanimously first decision upheld the action of the, '. !'
tie flames seemed to burst through Mexican officers in making the t ;
the roof of the shingle mill In a) seizures' but the case was appealed to -.. j.,
solid mass as if an explosion had TROUBLE a hieber court, and this reversed tve "
cccarred, and nothwithsandmg the BE: RUN UNDER NEW MAN- the Management to decision and ordered the schooners released .. -
fact that many sren responded to the $$113.96 t
alarm sounded by the tug and played AGEMENT ON EUROPEAN GET SERIOUS, Make Certain Altera- I Captain Warren stated last nit "'
streams of water from leads of hose that crews would be sent! to Mexico ..
ftp water seemed to have no effect' PLAN. tions.A to return the vessels to their resr>ec- '' : :
atpvr on the fire and it soread to I \r By Associated Pr: st. five owners, and this will be done at :'; I .
,the: Raw mill and consumed the entire By Capt E. E. Saunders fot Holiday Began_ Dec 21.-Dun's tomOr- once. :
structure The New' Hotel )Manhattan corner I say that the Increased traf The Owners of the Vessels. ,, I
The Simpson moved a number of Baylen and Garden streets, is now Services in Floatingthe Afternoon ,and 'freight blockades and special session of the Board of The Silas Sterns is owned by the -
tshtprs? from the vicinity of the blaze one of the neatest places in the city. 1 .of motive power, not only Safety was held last night, with Warren Fish Co. and was oni of the : ,"i ,
n4 the master and some, of the men Entirely y'cu--od*>!p \::A left the boat and worked hard throughout, run snctloa, the European -' western points and show Messrs. White and Oliver present. members of the crew of the vt'sel" .. '
*re ;,
Cn1rlQh the fire. in charge Hotel Manhattan is I: from a special 'committee and Archi until the American vice-consul semred 4 <,i
While the main mill and the shine a credit to the city. Every room has 'The.Norwegian bark Campbell purchased I The public, schools tect Blount upon the best, means of their release and after considerable !I
$ mill: were destroyed there is leftof been refurnished with new rugs, curtains at auction some months since .county were dismissed } SENTENCE placing addition fire escapes at the Mla they wAre allowed to return to y :'-
the plant the dry kilns and the< beds bedding, etc. About half by D. Len for $50;; was libeled yes- ternoon and the many house. this city. The schooner was many "4] '
planfn? mill and machines were saved the rooms have private baths and all terday by CaptT E E. Saunders for teachers will enjoy a The committee reported that the miles from shore and returning: tn the
toepther with about 10.000000 feet of the of $223.96, the suit being ing from this date to BABY FARMERBy bavin sent
have electric bells. sum most feasible plan was to have an- ,fishing grounds after !: men
Timber stored in the yards. It was The hotel is under the management filed in the United ,States court yes- I The anticipation of other 'exit from the balcony or dress ashore to secure some provisions frm -
feared that the lumber beds wonlJ of Mrs. E. M. McBrearty and terday bY' Scott JI Loftin. proctor the fact that, books were t.1jf'1' circle, leading to,Jefferson street, and a light house Keener when the Mexl P '
catch but there but little windat ;aside for nearly two w ,
seized her the charge
it is very creditably conducted. for libellant Associated Press. I that another door be provided lead- can gunboat on ,
the time and these were saved. The amount is alleged to be due many faces to be bright Dec. 21.-tt hilhelmina Ing from the third floor on the south of pcf4 hine:. The T J Trafton 13! ,-
The First Information.; HENRY HORSLER RETURNS FROM for services rendered in floating the dren 'to leave the an aged mid-wife, who was ..side. owned by the Mobile Fish Company
The first information the officers VISITING K. OF P. LODGES vessel. She sunk on the east side yesterday afternoon a few weeks ago: charged : adopted and- the sod the Adams by the Gulf Fisheries -
This was
la: Pensacola had of the fire was 1 of Tarragona wharf during the hurricane and joyous lot. ry", baby farming, the report of the, house notified ('o., cf Galveston,. and these seizures -
ben they read The Journal yester- Grand Chancellor Henry Horsier and was purchased in that con- At its recent meeting 'I of Infants by burning in a. management opera were made about the same time. '- ,
day morning containing an account head of the order of Knights..olPythias i idition. The libellant states that he Public Instruction took several illegal 'operations, I to make the necessary changes.PRO'MINENT'MAN I, Tn" owners of the vessels Imme-. : ,
of the destruction of the mill. LaterIn of Florida, returned last night .not only rendered services in pump- of the length of the own daughter, was to-day 'Idiately appealed to the Secretary of ".'

the div: a short report was received after an absence of several weeks ,ing out and floating the vessel there. days for the schools and to:two and one halt years ( State, at Washington and placed evl- ,'
** them and yesterday afternoon during which time he* paid official] ,but also caused his tow boats to tow allow them to remain penitentiary. Clemency was |I deuce' Kfore him to show that their "
hen the Simpson: arrived another visits to of the in the <, net poaching as there
many. lodges, hej across the bay. where she again January 2.CANAL account of old age. I' {vessels were !:
Toport was received jdvlne further' information state. flshlne grounds within three I '
sunk and similar service was rendered are no : -
of the extent of the loss. In''several" of the cities visited, particularly and she was later' towed into I""WAS FOUND DEAD nJles of the Mexican coast and that -", '
President Boyer had left the city Tampa. the grand chancellor shoal water. WORK AFTER they were many miles out when the ; )
Tuesday nieht on the steamer Tarponto was the recipient of many attentions (I seizures were made. The secretary !
pay a visit to the mills and *a? ,at the hands of the Pythlans. By Associated Preu. I .commenced an investigation and mole : tJ
on the trip when the fire occurred. Sheffield, Dec. 21.-L. P. Hlbbard a Ineraries of the Mexican government, I ;
writing,:; at Millvllle three or four COUNTERFEIT: BOX TRUST prominent merchant of this city was and had evidently not completed his ': J ,
W after tits mills were destroyed.' German American Lumber Co, at 4 found dead in the rear of a building Inquiry. Last week however file matter 'I
He! remained! there and SouL Barrows, Millville on Wednesday morning Is Reed A. Bryan who is early to-day with a bullet hole in: his was taken up in congress on a Ii
"hI) was to come to Pensacola on a serious blow to the Bay country, SILVER DOLLARS ested in the progress of By Associated Press. body. At the coroner's inquest it was resolution passed calling upon him ?
throwing fiuiy five hundred men out De !
he Simpson to make a report of there Is being dug from Ft. disclosed to furnish congress with information .4
of employment A subscription list two, thousand'shares of 'was found; that, his ;
abandoned the trip when Mr. I Lake ,Okeechobee, is in where his body relative to these seizures. .
J\oTer arrived. The latter will 'pro --has been started, headed by Marion GOOD IMITATIONS ARE BEING 'day and gives the United Board and Paper money was missing and that he had Senator Mallory Active. .' ;
8.M, mum to-day. Jenks with $1,000, which. will be,usedin tion as to the canal filed a petition for an taken poison A verdict has not yet Senator Mallory has been active In 1
Fr Julius Schrever, of Bremen th9rr'.nt'fpa providing work for the unem- PLACED IN CIRCULATIONHERE. Record. today and asked for an been rendered. | the matter since the seizures were '. ; i
ployed. against the company pay- .... considerable Information r- I
} stockholder, was cabled yes- He states that about rode and has placed
fntfar t\' Secretary" Rolfs on the extent Only last Friday night the plant of I the canal has been The application al \ I before the secretary .f .'

of the fire.Cacacity. the Tompkins Lumber Co. t. Bay- ____ cut 'so far has, been conspiracy wreck the, cor; ATTEMPTED TO state relative:' to the matter. Another : '
100.000 Feet. head. on North Bav,- the only lumber solid whlcn Is' capitalized for person very active in endeavoring tn i' I
rock and
The riant destroyed had a capacity plant in this immediate' vicinity except -I, Counterfeit silver dollars' whichare dredge employed in the )million dollars get justice for the gulf_fishing eom ; f !
per' day. It was only recently that Company, was destroyed by fire. This from the genuine dollar are its has been ,Taylor of Demoplis, Ala. t
wr and more modern machinery was plant was recently leased by Trous- being placed in circulation in Pen saI slow.progress SUITS Camoeachee Open Water.
afllod to the equipment which "great- dale & Co., of St. Andrew. who claim I cola. and two parties already have There about 400 By Assoe'ated: Prets. The Mexican court has evidently ;
*is 'increased the caracitv of tho saw they are going to use'the lumber that I received them' in exchange for small are Chicago. Dec 21.-The police authorities ruled that the Campeachee fishing ,
ail!! and this machinery had just was not destroyed to build an ice [articles purchased or dnnks ,bought. this hard rock to be cut WITHDRAWN' have decided that Frank tanks where mcst of the red sn'1)1 1 I
the will
been placed In operation. plant in the spring. Sixty 'thousandfeet Those which have been seen ap dredge emerge of Ellerbrock, who attempted to. murd ten are causht: especially during the .-7 I =
lands where the rate : \1 ..
", has canital a Cutting of the Probate > Is open territory and
f" comnany a stock of of dressed flooring and, a large abouv a shade lighter than a Judge Charles winters(season ".
t000.; pear be much better. be held for expert examination tha Mexican boundaries all "
but It is the intention of the amount of cypress was, consumed silver dollar, and the metalIs court to-day not within '
\"' genuine Dredge No 2 is MADE OF THE his sanity claimed by Mexico. This Is
(( ;holders to vote upon a prono--Emory Tompkins lost all he had by also somewhat harder than that of as to heretofore
sltlon on January 6th to increase the this ,fire. chinery and it Is thought Considering that the pistol was discharged considerable moment to' the TultffchUur '
the regular dollar, but the ring when readY for'active work by AGAINST STEAMER feet of the judge, for it means that 1
tartfa1 stock to J750 000. I On top of this fire comes the catastrophe within two companies
I the counter is good
Many Will Be Emoloyed.W at Mllhille Starting in 'the on January. THISTLEWOOD. the fact that he escaped death or evena their vessels can co and return from a l'
but few can detect anything wrong With the two dredges I attributed to the judge's <*hee without being harassedby J
> four or five hundred men are picket mill at 6:15 it spread to the I I : wound was Camnea I\
tiTnro ::rilr out of employment they shingle mill and from there to the ]I I with the money.POLICE hopes to do a great :t'- presence of mind and nerve.: '. Mexican gunboats. :

sill hf given work' as soon as tho balance of the plant all the buildingsof within the next few ot the steamer P. J. SANFORDAPPOINTED I j

f OBH' 'n' can arrange to begin build- which were consumed by the I'I : CHIEFIXCOMMUMCATED which was first libeled l '
'Picrmtions.. The men empolyed! flames. The total loss will be at least EXTRA by Max Klein for an amount .
PXI 'a.the: railroad running Into ,0,000. : T I. tr
thp nearly two hundred dollars i Washington, Dec. 21 -Edwin
'v Tw. will be continued steadilya Of the 8ve hundred men thrownout I I Friday by five firms fora 'Sanford of Knoxville, Tenn., has II j' CLAUS LETTERS I
work the shipping win
al.o n gangs of employment a large number ARE amount yesterday settled the I I been selected as assistant attorney'I !
Has -oTitlnued as the comnany were employed in the woods getting claims aealnst the vessel and;I 1 general of the department of justice Ito j i
piaaln a hare* stock on hand and the out logs which were shipped to the !I 1 I released from custody of succeed J. C. McReynolds, who retires -!I By Associated! PrelL' ,
? mp anjhoos will be onerat3 Associated Press. .
mill over the new railroad which has I I marshaL Sanfordis Dee.The post cBe : ,
I first year. Washington.
without Interruption. In addition Tours, France Dec. :21: .-The, Archj i the ;
I ''are cumber will be employed re- just .been completed' for. twentyfivemiles. j bishop of Tours to-day publicly excommunicated -. A NUMBER HAVE !I put Into port Wednes a prominent republican, and part department is receiving the usual .
11 of accident Journal- from postmasUrt --
totin: thf' I a'commissary of police on: account an I owner of the KnoiWIle deluge of requests \ '
!'l'11ni1.i n debris and preparing for Within the past month the German for ordering the: doors of a'seminary! TO THE FORCE TO j r machinery' and, the libels i iI Tribune., and philanthropic societies throughout /
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American Company has let a contractfor she moored I that appeals from ,
1., as.soon as was the country asking
to be broken late, thereby overcoming ORDER. i I
ft"1bich to renlace those ; here '
t!'sTrrn"f1"iIl are the extension of their railroad for i the resistance of students < oj the wharf I II I CAPT. MACKLIN" children to "Santa Claus'* be permitted
possibly have a lareer miles further into the between in order -
about twenty :' formerly plied to be handled locally,
t'5T'eit\: 1M< it is tonwn that thef2.cU against the carrying out ,of the separation j BADLY WOUNDEDBy '
;: woods in the direction of Blountstown Extra officer// have i t1. Mobile and other coast that presents may be given to worthy -
wn not be reduced. and Wewahhltcbka ThIs line of rail- the night and day police f! but recently she has been run suppliants Instead of sending the letters -

The Stock of 000,000 Feet. way will, when completed connect Sasser Murder Trial. ,, these; men will assist I| ween*Mobile and Port Inelis, Oklahoma AssOcIated City, Okla..Press.Dec. 21.- to the dead.letter office.
comnanv hand
bas a stock on with the Chattahoochee t- bound from the latter
cr about i Panama City Sylvania. Ga.. Dee. 2t.-In the Sas- cers in preserving Captain Mackliu United States army '
nonoooo feet and this Is and factorin Both the I Mobile with a of phos. NEARING
an important cargo TROOPS
rNrisnt' *ft fin the hand river prove ser murder trial to-day the entire time holidays. was shot and dangerously wounded '
tn the officer hope to have on the new the development of the: country. was consumed by arguments of the forces have been holidays. : _ by a negro tonight Fort Reno Excitement CITY OF TANGIERI ?
the ,
The plant at Panama City is is only for -
tlf:1:: in new counsel and the charge; of Judge Raw- is rising.
op-nitifta shortly after this left. in the Bay country. far the crowds that :. Blaze Last Night I < .
'lIpnh' is the only plant lings No verdict is expected to. So called By Associated PTCM ;
exhausted.SEPTflTTJrJWTO who is at the streets and that fir"* ,departnwnt was The Moroccan ,
Capt Dick' Madden, night. "thp Policeman Suicides. Tangier, Dee. SL-
j alarm from box
(head of the Thompson Lumber Co., saloons have been very < by an at the Ham- Macon, Ga..Dec, : :-Tom Wilson war minister, SId Mohammed Gab- : '
the local plant, has offered the use of King Oscar Improving. good natured, but it was the blaze' being West Ro- a policeman blew his brains out in bos with one thousand cavalry and

THE BAY COUNTRY his plant at cost to the proprietorsof Stockholm. Dec. 21.-King Oscar to add more officers house the on of Bar. the front yard 'of his _brothers houseIn i three thousand infantry from Fez ha I: :. .
the companies that have been continues progress toward.recovery.I spirit of .recklessness t. near defective East Macon, today. Financial 1 reached Indalia, twelve miles f : :
caused by a iO55
rot'", ma Cito'C.. 21.-The de-I burned out for the purpose of rebuild- His heart action Is stronger and he caused later through and"*..'was damage was slight. trouble: supposed to be the cause. ,i Tangier. .I'j :
is sleeping welL too freely .. '
n of the big plant of the |ing. -" .l I


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t. T The Two Best Days to Buy the Wears' You Want t f for, Christmas.

{ We are making the greatest reduction LITTLE BOYS' SUITS..

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

I lines of Ladies' Crav-
most popular price $ SmOO Russian and Sailor Blouse Suit,. $3.85 ,

\4,4 enette Coats and Children's Suits. $ S.OQ :U. j : -' : r:<< $4.95 D1i

1i OUR REGULAR $15. $16, $17_ and $18 : : -II II
11 Qf- S B 00 II U II 75
.. $5
11i (I CRAYENETTES. all placed on: one rack for your choice, .P ii09 \ I.

THE BEST $10 CRAVENETTE IN THE.CiTY I ;your choice o 7 $'0.00 II. $6.95 .

... in this 1 lot for '. .75 i' ,
it All in Cheviots and Blue wtthne '
If Fancy Serges, some s
0 'Special Lot for this sale I
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: )4i_ at . $ 5'.00 white over-collars. Sizes! from 3 to 8. wr '

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Don't ForgetTO FOR A LADIES BEDROOM ,,.,, .

Turkeys GET \ .
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Chickens XmasCakesIWe There's no one article of actual need and appreciation g, ,' A Box of Lowney's Makes,'.- .
Eggs in my ladies' bedroom than a pretty dresser. : : '
Have the Best in Town. .1 : ;; a. Choice Christmas Gift .
Geese Our : :. ;; "
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and everything else in the .
; They from
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a '
E! Line.
Eating newPRINCESS
Western i, '
I Refreshments of all! -kinds..' !I II :. DRESSER i package up to 5-pound fancy .
i Prices always reasonable.Opposite .
Meats i ", ; packagesLowney's Candies
Postoffite. Phone 134. I comply with all the'
Celery :Serves as dressing table :and dresser-has long oval j of the new.,food requirements Jaw, .,...
Lettuce ; Nick's Place ,'a. r"mirror, low. table and drawers" $18,,$25" $30, $35. .:: and therefore are not raised : :':'
I ': Give One For "a Christmas Present. Z in price. '.. I'
Cranberries N o2.' I .
i : A Toilet or .
-1' Vegetables I: I i T :- Manicure Set
: MARSTON :.\ .
I i A. QUINA, I I or
Just Received. I of
Military Hair Brushes
Imported :Maca-ont Sweet Oil. Cheeses : : pair
108x110 S. Palafox St. Phone 149. Pensacola, Fla.Get ,' -
mil Pickles Sauer Kraut'Mackerel Cod ;
also. makes
We have everything to make the i < an acceptable
; substantial tart of your necessary Christmas, dinner.up. We Fish fresh Bread.and Pigs French new Feet..Xavy.SparIshOnions.Bread. Everything Pilot" .................................................... .-l : gift-and our stock is: complete '
bought enough of everything, and. we bought the i Marine Witch hazel Grocery Jl 00 per gallon.Company., 1 .:. ,.,at prices, that will'permit .
very best. If you have ever patronized us you already II V. J.: VIDAL Manacse'-: I ,_ ; you to buy what pleasesHOOTON'S .
know that we never short-weigh or overcharge., "" -- qOU: .
Ask your neighbor what kind of treatment he gets, ,GULF CITY COFFEE: CO., Your Fruits, : f' "
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at this market. ,Everything spotle'ssly clean. Xbflies H.,P. CHIPMAH.-Manager ,. :
1/ no dirt,,no dust. I Roasters,'Blenderl.and Shippers of and '' ,.; '. The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery.."-,
Fireworks/ .. .
{ ., ':'" PHONE 1100. :J
Fine CoffeesOUR I _< "" :..
F. i E. GARTLAiVd ,4 ; -
4 Cor. Baylen and Intendencia Phone 1132P1ANOS -

STORE, next to .

Ladies'Chritmas The Gem Book Store. o $ I HI ..... ......... ....... .;.;.;;;;.....;....

=GOOp) PIANOS I Large and varied stock, i: A Chrisimaspresent \

i comprising all of the best 't. for the Wife \:

'. A_good> piano is cheaper in the end, in,the beginning # S things the market affords. I:. and one'that else,. that she could.would be given appreciate her, is m.6re than anything **
and all the time. Shoes .
Nuts, raisins candies dried Z. A GAS COOKING RANGE' :
A .
, I. Watch for 79c is nevertheless watch. "
t It will lessen'her work every day in the year, and :
A suit. of clothes for the ]largest man at '$4.98 isstill Our $2.00, $2.50 and J fruits, novelties,. etc We f save you money in fuel. $12 and $13 installed.. Merry :

<'. a .-suit. "- $3.00 Shoes for ladies, guarantee to give oubelier i Christmas. .:
Yet these' articles are dear because worthless. .
and to undersell all Pensacola Gas
are wonders-eye-open-: goods Company :
The same thing is true, pianos-pianos e-

"': which-after are a little made.] use.like_lightn.itAi.itA and sound, like thunder ers-purse ticklers' ; full -small fruit stores' $ ....Phone.......148........:....24+..'.and....27...E....Garden........Sfroet.B. ..++.+.* ++i
of snap, style anti\ com
r 3 A Kranich & Bach, Lester;' ;Packard, ,Cassell, .,*-' .. .
i' Clutter Piano, last a life tjme and are. always,good. fort. I Nick's Fruit Store.BAY CAR'V.dZ;; B. MASSiTSecretor> I

See them at the Clutter :Music House-oldest -/ y
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Steam,
", and largest in the state Office Domestic: 43,S.Anthracite Palafox St.and Telephone Blacksmith 93. _. COA L.
I Ir Riera Shoe Co. Yard: CoiTe'l Tarragona and Gonzalez I
1 ELECTRIC. AND SUPPLY COMPANY Street Yard: phones 6 and 372*
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Cor. Palafox ,and Romana Stat 'all ejectriia.1 noU phone i
' -I sentaveill ,
repr ulLV T. B4 und Managger 205 S OBaylen
% t NEW _cAFE I THE NEW ENGLNAD Brick Lime* Portland CementAlways

;i I Building Material, t.We 1. have Just -opened a j I The Watch for the great American opt'c. a full supply kept ready for quick deliver .
/rA Shingles and Slate for Roofing Cafe in connection-\\'iththe. i have them ranging from-$, .00 up; also a full line Contractors find it decidedly to their advantageto
Hotel and caif' serve meals; at I Waltham and Elgin Watches as' well as Jewelry submit estimate for our prices on,all Building Material
Iii Patent Plaster, Store Fittings; all hours.' Short Borders a I and fancy goods at prices that can't be beat. including Hardware.Saunders ; .
specialty. Special rates' by
R'. w Everything for House Building week. ._ month J., F. DAVIS
or ,
.._ and Repairs. .. ,. ', 'PARK HOTEL:;-, fc t_<.?- A Mill Company,
} ] I<; Brent Building; 23"S. P l fex Street. <|I FJroae 717.. 21 Ca.f Canto. Stnel.
104 E. Government St.
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L fiNE H HARD :ROAOI'The'ShoemenJAUth.. _!: -7A'.:.a:. .1.ReputationS 1-"'" ':. :: ; a jjae! 'J1 aaaeaaaeaaaaeaaaaaa"t.'''' ;! aaaaEeaai !>. :r"I I IIt 1'w '

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I TO DAY ,VIEW f'Y; .1u! '1 i: :. ,- : ; 'm. j J F J .

( Y for Christmas shoppers,,'. : ;c fUfU '
r Two of Phenomenal Price
i ;and every one. Qf them ,!:,m c Days tatting ; 1. gc
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1wrrr make acceptable 1 pres- m : . Why your not gifts be?practical fB in Ready-to-Wear: : : Department* This Special Cut PriceS-ale will eclipse, orru :: ;. j" '

Is Nearing, Completion' and We-Pair Men's' Embroidered,Slip.perL v .. : A all former .effortst / : .. rfJ
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t1.25Pah'Men's' Back: Felt
F .Will. 'Make a '.Magnificent $1.50.Rom: -eos.Pair. Men's. Slippers In tan, Ladiesr.: $12.SOand $15 Tailored Suits, in t7 50 I $18 and $20 Fine. Tailored Suits new flI3: 50 "t .

Driveway.A .. '$1.00 black-PahLadles'and fancy cos.Felt Juliets 1 ,w stylish new",Plaid'or Check effects. ,. at.._ and nobbystylesra ___________________ tv. .1{ a \
I $1.50-Pair Ladies' Felt Juliets.

23e Colors.Red-Pair Green Infant', Black Soft and, all I m T '. All our Finest Hand-Tailored Suits at Special Cut Prices fU 01 i :j r

fine hard road, built of.clay, and $2.00 Pair Boys' Patent Shoes, .
We will mail your upon the construction of which city sizes 2/2 to.5'/a. Ri. 150 Ladjes': and Misses' Jackets, odd. sizes and broken lines, some only onesize8.{ :
workmen have been engaged for several Besides ',big' bunch of .

package,and Give select us your,the and unless weeks, something Is nearing occurs completion to retard other Shoes a for Ladies, m.- !i of a kind, and :others only one color left of the line, to : m' ._:j{ i'I

presents. progress, the road will be com- 'Men and Children .A I I = four' lots follows \ .
and address 'of fJ" j go : special as :
names pleted during the coming week. It pair for Christmas will l. : N
extends from Ninthavenue, to.Bay .
parties to be sent to, and' View park and will be one of the gladden, their! heart.; 0; I', Bargain Lot. '.No. 1.. Bargain Lot No. 2.X: .: fUru
e will mail or express finest driveways the'city, forming \ .. N .
connections with other .streets r
any article purchasedhere. that lead to the city MEYER SHCE: CO. :m1 .:4 3-Ladfes'jCloth; Melton' :and Beaver Jack- 36 Ladies' Cloth, Tweed and Thibet jackets .: ,

The condition street, is which one'is hundred%being placedIn feet FEET worth from $8.50 to $15, in a fair line- ets, ranging in value from $5 td $6.90 for NN

The telephone, the wide and while .heretofore it has FURNISHERS FOLKS .of;sizes, while they last, your choice of the two days only, your choice of the ,entire m

mail, the telegraph, the one been of In the very best bad .condition hard roads it Is in now the 102 S. PAUFOX ST. l N entire lot| for. ... .'. .... .-.: ,'. . :$4.90 lot for. ..n : .. :. <.:. " ... .," .$2.90 N : 'fl. I{

city. The clay is being procured
express-all make shop- from the 'sewerage work where excavations :III": :::!:II:ii I!Ii iI': i.:::iil ::h'It c m Bargain Lot No. 3.' Bargain Lot No.4. : .
are made to place the sewers i
here. .
ping easy the and in contractor exchange to sand fill in is being these given exca- CAFE .tt 17. !II 40 Misses' ;Jackets, in'cloth of various'styles 32 :Misses' Cloth :Jackets various colors; to) l'

Phone or telegraphyour vations. It makes an 'excellent road, ; (If worth $3.50, to .$3.50.each, to go-now in worth $2.00 to,$3.00, while they last, your fiiru

orders and we will and after a little use will be in fine II ]IN. this., sale'for ..;-. . ... . . . . .$1.90 choice of the tot} . .. . .. . .'.$1.39 4
condition. i; NONPAREIL -- .
mail or express them. I I m ? / m .
Water Cure for Constipation.. "
OLD SANTA CLAUSwill Half a pint of hot water taken half: 81-2 S. Palatox Street,upstairs.Open | m Remember, for TWO DAYS ONLY-SATURDAY and MONDAY. ,18. ''j 1
an hour before breakfast. will usually''!!
soon be on the move, keep the bowels: jgular.; '1iarsl1. cathartics '' 7, a..'m. to Sep, .; m. HOURSPECIALTIES :

and you will have to hurry purgative should is'needed be avoided., take Chamber-When a!: :' tt : !i i

all the lain's Stomach and Livery Tablets.i Business Men's Dinner,, .-12 'to a I1'.F4-! Lannon & Co. *
to get presentsyou They are mind and gentle in their ac 2:30, 50 cents.Theatre g :

want before he tion. For sale by all druggists. ers and Meal Parties Tickets.. ; :regular .board- IS it ru

leaves U.Ask *. HEADACHES COLDS.NEURALGIA. FROM I l'hg PHONE u aa aa aa a !aa a
a ee 2e a
LAXATIVE BROMO quinine h* cCome.oace : .
"Yodd.j ; t ft
for our list of s e a nes best.
wide Cold anil:i Grip remedy: remoes'' t ilt rt1'! c : u '::{S. ?l i : f.E. : a RN ? s f F s p a a -
cause. Call for full neme.'Look for' t "T'Jr t ... ... '
signature .. .. _
practical gifts for men E. W.,. e5c.v . I aver. whl-tract. 1iP\i. w nI _J.. "-.-.-. ."" ...... -r / :
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A TRIAL. BEST THAT I :::;; c ''.o # l t a rteert&A'i'r ft fail2; try ,
more shopping days. ARE MADE, AT WHITE'S PHAR-' z
ft 1
MACY. 3t ,
Come to-day. Tersi iy'tkd -. J't i : oj'/ .
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s, d r' DeFUNIAK.I D. W. Burke, of DeFuniak,' is among: I J i; r ; ',, '

the: business visitors la the city. a .. .. M., .I
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Mrs. Sophie Holmes and Miss i i ;< ; i._" 1y .
I Elizabeth Holmes have returned froma J 0' : ;
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visit to Montgomery. '
1 DeFuniak Dec 21.-For the last l
three days we have had cloudy and Watch for tomorrow's Journal. It : XMAS' : }
cool weather. At four thirty Thurs- will be a fine issue. Full of interest.J L

day morning the temperature was 44, ins matter and.adrertlsementa. Ad- .
the coldest for the month so far.. >It vettlsers are.requestd to send copy r:: ;} 'I
HUiG is moderating this morning and thereis in early. This will be' the last ." f .f'
STANDARD CLOT GO. prospects of sunshine and warm chance you will have to tai*. to the ,, '. SPECIALS .;
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weather. It may be that we are not .public before Xmas day. t'] :," .t.

to The have ladies frosty of weather the Methodist this winter.Episcopal J. Conrad, Scot 4has returned from.]* -- '..... ..; ( .I ..- -.. t .-...i!.... -CJiisf .-.:. '",. .i ''I
a business trip ol two weeks through -
church, South, held a bazaar festival
west Florida and to Geneva, Ala. '
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TURTON &. BELL at Laird's Friday.Mr. :
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870.ik J. J. McCaskill and Miss Eva R. R. Cowan, of Carney and V. J. : CeVed."r!
ap"IIOItllllshl1l1 tar Amateurs Richardson are to be married St the Herlong, of Aianistee, were among the aI 11 11A

Methodist Episcopal church, South, Alabamians visiting, Pensacola yes -+ 1
COTTRELL Thursday evening. All DeFuniak con- terday., *\ 1\ I ,
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. gratulates them and wishes them. : Among (he handsome calendars beautiful assortment of ? t
Pensacola. Fla.R. much joy being distributed is one gotten out ; !1 .
Mr. Jeff Bell and Miss Milbra Wil- by the Reliance Life Insurance Co. 1 ; : \3it : ::1k'r. Strouse Bros. 'High Art -"
kerson were married on Saturday at of'Pitt9bu and distributed
K. WHITE, being Clothing, consisting of single
noon. The same sentiment is for I
& the by'l
Gray general
hl..I4. .Mamtacturino Jeweler and GradnteCrllcll..30 and double-breasted '
S. 'aialu.Street.. Pensacola. Fla. ,them that is expressed for Mr. and of the company in this city' fancy _
Mrs. McCaskill. Worsteds and fine blacks. :
Two electric cars'collided yesterday I }
Mr. and Mrs.. Jeff West are proudof .. I
GO TOChris I the arrival of a baby boy on afternoon at the end of the line at .,4i
Wednesday morning. They are the the foot of Palafox street' but the 25 Suits Fine Black Granite, : > I'
Pfeiffer's accident did not result in ;injury to 1'
BakeryHe grandparents of baby a little older
than the new born son.' anyone. One of the Cars leaving worth $22.50, for only $18. I 11 t
will make a specialtyof I S. K. Gillis is putting in a rosin ,the point to go north 011". one- track, j) 35 Suits Black Thibets, worth t 1 \
Mixed Cakes Pound dross foundation for a new walk in when} another: coming south ran Into j .
toe switch the'firstdan/ ; bad: #' kSBa': ;cr "' F :S.pyXwyra' wiattata.h 15, for only $12.50. .
I front of his office. The circle road -befOrg) :;,..; .' Ys j rt5i
Cakes, Fruit Cakes, Fruitsand is still being agitated and we hope succeeded InT getting clear. The latter 50 Suit Yancy Worsteds and :.! ;
Candies for Christmas. will soon be completed. was badly- smashed.upon oaei : ; ( ?.'., w..w ? q>r""ppH'K .
$15 for
Christmas is on and its joy is beam- side and was taken to the shed. The Cassimeres, wprth t t i
Corner Hayne and Jacksons ing in all faces. Entertainments are accident was due to the fact that the I'j ,. only $12.50. '
!t Phone 1429. to be held at the various churches as track was damp and the brake, which! f&
follows: had been applied by the motorman j :
Methodist Episcopal church, Mon- with all his strength, would not lock I! a}' wtafaae 3.-' "..t .J' :.
day evening; Methodist Episcopal the wheels. !
Real Estate Transfers. .. .
church South Tuesday evening j ;;.:
Following U a list of the real estattransfer e ; It is In the flavor. Try Blue Ribbon Boy's ri 1ent.
Baptist church, Wednesday evening ',' ep j
recorded yesterday furnished bs: Vanilla. !
Abs(>ltIt y. pure. goes twice
the POOl woe ,Ja Abstract Co. Presbyterian church, Wednesday : LEF'
as far and the "Blue Ribbon Flavor"is F/1 ; -
DEEDS.December evening. I ( In this line we have too ;0 t
perfection. Ask. for the 25c size. .
21, 1906. A is at each
'. good program promised and they will be sacri- x
Alfred \ Man-ray to A- A. Fisher many,
LJ a and 10 block 59. West i-Tract and cordial. welcome is extended. J'I GIVE'STACY'S FORKDIPD CHOC ;
-fl O and other valuable considerations. J. C. Scott has purchased two lots OLATES A TRIAL BEST THAT : :;Kn.ydxrnr.a .. .' ficed to close out. No 'room : r 10
X Fisher to Buck All i-Lot t. block : :' \y. :ra .T s' e: ria."soc' ;
H. Cawthon's and has of #
"l/ East Tract. east of Tarragonasum near.L. part ARE MADE, AT WHITE'S' PHAR: w to quote prices, but if you
-$0.O5.g the lumber on the ground for a new MACY. .
IK l arid Turpentine Co. to Union Naval house. j y I ,. will call, suits worth $2.50, f.,;
Stores Co.-Seo 31. Tp 5 N. Rn.: W.i J :,.d MJ3ki1 '
>> Leases, stills t'tclO.OO, \ A six weeks Chautauqua opens on.: and $3 will be sacrificed for .
R S. lars &: Co. to :XlcUavlj Turpen- February 22. It is said that we are ; : i.IS i. i
1 lY., Co.-AJ lot Sec :1. Tp 5 N. R 31 W,, to have the best entertainment ever McKIPrNONVILLE.. : only $2.00. f..
i4: acres-$1.00 and other valuaUU con- .I '
Ueratlons.: put on by the Chautauqua association.J41YfLAisoItrterPure I Iiii.
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Sped' to Thr Journal. ;, ; I tt"'Hats .
.. I McKinnonvilla.; Dec: 21Mr.: R. V '. j. and Shoes. : .
Vinuere,' manager for the.McKIanoa ,
and Larkin :Mill Co., was callad this S. .' ( ;
home in- Dayton. Ohio, Saturday: : i '
1 on' urgent business. His stay is in i'; t : :. Just received 10 dozen M. \ J f

"definite. & O. special Derbys, equal to
Messrs. A. J). JVfrKinnen ,and Tur- I' ." .
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ner mada a batty business: trip to I I1osC"ot"e' '.: any $2.50 hat. Specially 1

:\ Thursday.Mr. ... .. branded for us, $1.50. :
P. I Kl YOl? of .P !lga Ql.! wa: .. or :t
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,among the business tally's hare Fri- '. ,
i dar ,. .'....' ..
; ilr. and Mrs. William Ernest left Shoe stock complete, ,
Powder Friday for a ,visit to Pensacola. i -
Baking : ;.1' 1:
of '' : ', both Men's Ladies' and .
I' Mr.. Will Barrineau Quintette Chi'Y
was::: here Thursday. I t \t ; ",r' :> r. :. dren's. We are agents for '
oft ,
Messrs. Stewart and McCarthy -l. "
Walnut Hill., 1
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A wholesome, cream of tartar I t from Mr.a Dan visit Locke to''Pensaco returned a.. Saturday ,: ;K s .. .; 1.. ', :' '". :It _
Mr Silc x. of Pleasant Grove. called : I t
baking powder. Makes the finest, [I here Thursday, i iI : .,. ? '". ---
j Miss Elaine McKinnon is suffering i .
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lightest best flavored biscuit hot :from a slight illness this' week. 1 liid. 1 s; I : ;' : '; The M. & ,0..

Messrs. Mitchell and "Grimfrey. of |: .) .. .. nf'f.' ::''.' .
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Enon. were business visitors. .here I& .
breads cake and pastry.Alum one day last week.' | i i..v:111:: '.tv c. '. CLOTHING STORE C n il E
Messrs. Alex. McKinnon and Cv M. i
Merrlt. of Moscogee were here Sat .. : 'J
and alum-phosphate : J .
urday.Messrs.' Allan Powell and Thos. .. 321-323 S. Palafax 'StI ., J

pofvdersarairsjruioru. Do'not '- White went to Pensacola Friday. __ f

'flSe them. Examine the label Miss xBelle Alexander, of Molino, .;
spent last week with, Mrs. Turner. s
\% .' j Mr. A. D. McKinnon "and ,,eon.., Cllfpord : xt L., t Big Store with Red Front I; .
visited Enon Sunday.Mr. .' '\ !
ROYAl BAKING" POWDER CO...HEW 'OR<. ,, G. A. Lynch ; .
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Pensacola THE ,JOURNAL JournalBY CO. H-alf PriceF' Salel: l


I Editor and General Manager.


The Atlanta' News says It is net "''FAT Ready-to-Wear Store

I only fire proof but liar proof. Now Ii
we know the News is in a class,all

j{ by itself. ,

J There may be some doubt about I / m NOTE ..THESE

j the ,constitution but there is following no doubt the about president the- S I Sale Commences SaturdayI -

, president not_ following the constitution. i i
i' ,2 S'ON A FIDE

.I Birmingham has just raised the -
} license on dealers in cotton futures Continues
f' from seven hundred to four thousand ; I Morning.and:
,. dollars. The cotton brokers, can __ .
thank poor Chisholm for this. REDUCTIONS

\ From the evidence that has come : "
: out in the case of Mrs. Bradley who Saturday and Monday 22 24.
killed ex-Senator Brown in Washington ,
a few days ago, she should be

". able law" hide behind the "unwritten THIS IS A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY$20 Furs Reduced to SID.OOSH Furs Reduced to S4.00

.t. people The long slow as time a steamboat been means discarded'of transportation which by has many fork TO BUY YOUR FURS AND NO : $12 Furs Reduced to 6.00 $6 Furs Reduced to S3 00TailorMacfe

Is coming back into use and the town
1 is fortunate in this day of railroadabuses'and I
slow that
freight delivery
has a line of these boats. [ Suits, Coats, Cravenettes and Millinery Reduced in the

c St. Augustine proposes holding a "
. celebration 'In 1913 on the four hun- Same THIS SALE IS POSlfP/ELY Y FOR TWO
dredth anniversary of the landing of, f7k- Proportion. : !
Ponce de Leon near the present site I eo
of that city. Rather an early start '
DAYS ONLY therefore do miss it.
but then St. Augustine is not slow : 1J not
about anything she undertakes. I

!! The commission appointed to select
: t permanent, camp site for,the Flor-
o i Ida state troops has decided that the South
The ;Store
i camp shall not be located within Ready-to-Wear :
three miles of any city or town. St.
Pretty hard on the boys who "rush
the. growler" on these occasions.Up .

in Kentucky 'they are still try. .
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ing the cases which resulted from the I III 11111:I ::::111111111 111:1: ::1:II1111 ill:IIIIIII III::1111111.111 III II III I III IIII II II III::1:11111: EIHH3HIBIIHHMIH ------ --_-HAre
... feuds in Breathitt county When .
.. sheriff these rest for are gets awhile completed Bradley, unless_ the out a'of state Kentucky Indiana* will 50 MUSIC LESSONS FREE I E. you' undecided, what to give him or a

long enough to serve a warrant on .' i her for a Christmas. present ?. gWhy'
4 him. R .
If Edgar Allan Poe were living today j ML ,'
he would probably tell Richmond For a few weeks we offer those who I i : ,not. give something useful'? EB '1r -
what Bob Toombs told the ,
University .
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buy a piano or from us' 50 Free ii iij s .
of Georgia 'when that institution organ II tJ II I
offered him a diploma late in his life. .
Toombs was expelled from the college Music Lessons. Cut out thefollowingcoupon II ,Say anice,, i pair ,of Slippers. ,_ 5 '
in. Athens before he
<{, -- and after he became famous graduated the university and mail it to us, stating,whether I! I'3 ,* See ours, from 75c to $2FOR | I. ,Y.iY
offered him the diploma but

he'refused to accept It. i a piano or organ is wanted: *. 5 s ,_ ', I|: ----'t tI
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Three years ago the sheriff of Car- ,.,- i
t roll county Georgia, was defeated! for .II 1\}\ | COLD FEET \ 1'
re-election because'me time } COUPON: S
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pre-I 1 m
vious to that he had held off a I g
5 Ask to be shown of ;:
Ii a pair our
which desired to lynch a negro in his i i I wish to buy a. .. . :. .'; .,:..and.please gI -
custody and now the president of the] :' I
A "
United States requests the attorney- i! I, ,"! 7 I !i iII
general to find this man something to I send me a Catalogue, with full information. asto ; I

do. Roosevelt's recognition of the J ,. II TRUNK ?
f patriotic services of ,this sheriff will I your offer;,of)fifty free music lessons. s Ladies' ,$3.50'Genfs' $4.50. !

meet with hearty approval in the J j" 1 :' ( J IIm Yes Sir what kind will yon have- Metal Canvas ,or Leather
south. '., ./*. .0'._ _ .. _ We bare all styles and all sizes.
\" J Name .'. .'. .,. .
in lock and
eor ,, u All the new improvements trimmings-most any price
i. I
Manatee is complaining of a clasSof , : ,; to,$25.00. '
r : .: o $6.00

have people valuable in property that community which they who_refuse 1 r P.. 'o.. .". .\' .'.... .. .'. .". .,.-.. .- .... .......f'.... ....... .. :: 1 Pensacola Shoe Parlor I A BAG ? '

to sell at any reasonable price. t -
>, There is no way to force a man to sell 1 Business .. . .'. .. .: . .::. :. ; :. t K: Yes. Sir: splendid assortment-most any size-Canvas or Leath-
his property, unless,he fails to pay : t j S. W, Cor. Intendencia and Baylen Streets. g er-several shapes; some moderate in price and some elegant affairs%
d F ; All, prices $150,,$18.00.
hi taxes when.the state
; sells it for ;19IrImIIQ6tIyrIHNiH nImImr1IImuICHRiSTIE : Yes we have Suit Cases in all ,styles also. $U5 to $20. Tie
,, lufli. but this class of citizens who I j scopes? Yes Btgand Trunk Straps etc., a fine line of course
hold property for unreasonable figures 'H E. E. FORBES PIANO CO. So you didn't know we had the finest stock of Trunks and Bags
< ,and some who refuse to sell oft ,. :: in town? Nell we have and the very best makes too. Come In anal

any munity.prices. are a dettiment to,any com; :|t J4MES-! ; SMITH Mgr. Mobile i Ala. :0:1 & FISHER ART PICTURESand well show">on.

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The Tampa Tribune notes "the fact
Calendars for Christmas Nothingmore
that Miami,is bragging about certain giving.
beautiful : Calendars $3. FASHIONABLE ,FOOT: FITTERS
assurances she has of getting an appropriation or appropriate.
from congress for her 'THE ,CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Pictures, 50c each, _$3.5Q for set of four. I 117 S Palafox Si. Phone 690
canal and
( calls on Congressman
Sparkman to' see to it that Tampa !I PENSACOLA _I
does not get left on the appropriation 1 I MAURA STATIONERY CO. I
: A General Banking, Business Conducted on a Safe md Conservative
business. Along this line we might I. Basis. .
remind Mallory, and Lamar that Phone 11)5 Government DeLuna Sts.. !
Solicited--R. M. Bushnell. Cashier.
sacola is looking to"them to .pen-I. Correspondence 'US ' t'substantial sums in the

": ". tions of this congress. J 'of the'i T.........................................NNN.N.1.' Coffee" i 1
main shoUld'try Jackson-Square
I other office in the part to add to the pleasure of
1, The Carrabelle Advertiser says "No building.The I eome one else. If you 'give yourselfover
t t other town In Florida has brighter to drunkenness you may be sure
prospects and greater possibilities Bradford County Telegraph ,that you will bring sadness ,to some J I Desirable Jewelry | It is the perfect blend and will please you. Tryit.
than Carrabelle. It is destined to be one of. the brightest exchanges on our heart:perhaps to many hearts. Your grocer recommends this coffee from a ]

-.;. a city with twenty-five or thirty list offers the following sensible }advice -I The average politician will promise B H BB quality standpoint. Remember the price is only >
thousand souls at to those who\ have an idea that : .
no distant age almost any old thing until he is elected silver all $3 Co 25c pound. Sold in 1 2 and 4-lb. >
either Leter Christmas is a time for drunken Gold gild filled and watches sizes up. per only cans.
go'Carrabellelike, and then be spends his time in Plain Band t
f Gold ana,gold filled Cult Buttons Solid Gold Rings :
J"' Pensacola has had many misfortunes rousals Don't:spend the Christmas, ca-I office explaining to the dear people ? Set Rings and Diamond Rings at prices that will scare you to IMPORTERS: COFFEE COMPANY, Ltd., ;
but the people there have the Pen- f
now near at hand in drunken carons- ,why he cant do this. and why, he death. '
sacola spirit and they cant be'downed.x' atIt is a season at which everyone'can't,.do that. I: Ladies Solid Gold Neck Chains $3.00 up.' .$ 5 NEW ORLEANS LA., U. S. A. ;
Just now the plucky little town is t= Children's Solid Gold Neck Chains $2.00 up. /
supporting one of the best edited
I Solid Gold and Gold Filled SUck Pins.
papers of the Florida,press. Y our doctor will tell you tint fresh I Musical Instruments Guns Pistols Clocks and Souvenir Shells. ----
t One of the most sensible things the The air and good food are the real cares All kind of repair work,done.: +
next legislature. could do would be I'I'j' I Cough o/ for consumption. But often the
i' to provide for the Immediate cough is"verj hard. Hence, we j J.ECLEMENTS |
Cojisumvtiori suggest that you ask your doctor ,
.l enlargement of the present state XMAS DAY
I capitol buiidfngorelse put up another I I 4 tT.tmblWkth.ter.mtaJ aboutAyer'sCSerry. Pectorsl.*.C-A rCts. Ii' Phone 1127. 106 E. Wright Street. f f"Plantation FOOTBALL I

-{ building near the present one for the 1 1t 1 1f A ef all OTJ preparation. L0VW.1C.M.. ..................................................... I
t supreme court and the railroad com At t Palmetto l Beach.Pensacolas .
mission., The 'present building is entirely
:i-, too small and there ,is not -I
if, single department that has sufficient
)!' room.' The comptroller's office force 1l Sarsaparilla.oniy 50 Is over
scattered all the building: and
the majority'It the 'records in the G.tre"catl; '- I
state department are stqrcd aVaiIn '
.F' the basement because there is not> Equal to: ant SUM preparation, 1)11ma- + .
:. "n!dent:oom for them in this or'any\I I ..... FOR SALE BY 'ALL DRUGGISTS. -'

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[ 1NVY' I do I- take; ',(, ar1&f'7:wntes. Mrs.. '.AMUSEMENTS.: USED.,-ROUND. THE-WORLD I +
jMAS Jelemma Mullins of Odessa
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We desire to call your Va. "Because, .after suffering'_ "Fiske O'Hara. f": .. l T'0
Rake O'Hara' singing
attention to our line of for several-.years' with female4, star being Introduced the,playgoers i
of this country\ihls season by Mr.I
Pure Chocolatesand .trouble,.and trying different 1 doctors Charles *E. Blaoey< the well-known rM '
French playwright and manager of many Q I
Creams, and medicines without obtaining 'relief. 1 I at last stars and plays, is a distinct novelty te
1' Inasmuch as he sings songs that no

20 cents Pound.Thoroughly found, /in 'Wl ,y of Cardui, a golden. medicine. for all I my. J other writes actor them or all star himself can and sing they for,ale be 4 11r .MME:4I: ; ; ,

Introduced for the- first in his I
pure and ills, and can recommend-it. abgve'all others for female novel Irish drama; "Mr. Bl9ra time Fm\ .r. 47 t 1
the children can eat all r' Ireland," written for him by MrJ 4 as
they like without dan-' complaints., Blaney. i Highest I S' s
The play, which is a novelty Introducing
ger of being sick. We Cardui furnishes safe relief for, backache, headache, as it-does-' sin la? IrlsL PC
,ell Nunnally's Candies. star in a four act comedy drama,,'i Awards
periodical pains' irregular, painful or unhealthy.. cata- j all the scenes of which are laid Ini I
and around New York permitted Mr.l I '" in
menial flow, and all ailments, from which sick women I O'Hara in composing his songs to get{j
Sol Oahn & CO. In those of love, of: the memories of';' I Europe.and i _
mother, songs for little ones and
suffer. A perfect tonic for delicate women. ,A MRS.'LOUISE rhlrruru .;
Th. Pure Food Stor. pure comedy songs also. A love song that Full assortment of'Christmas Toys at low prices. All kinds of dolls, big and '- s
I little ones. Large assortment to select from-also Tea Sets, Express Wagons, ,
Southwest Cerer Palates and InttndtncU vegetable medicine for girls and women. who:, are subject etc Com PFEIFFER'S in and look.BAKERY at our line. te 't
Phone.SCARRITT. 1178 '-- I. Has been the standard for years. Send In your Christmas orders for Fruit
to the complaints peculiar to,their, sex.. Has benefited America Cake. Pound Cake, Ornamental Cake. We give- you the best that good material
: t and skill
a can produce. &\ East.Intendencla street

,over a million who'used to,:suffer, ;asypu .do., .. K ABSOLUTELY
MORENO. At every drugstore; in $1.00-bottles. r U.Eerlmred.' &.omce PURE ,1 .
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Office Agent SAFES and for OF Sale Di.bo1dns ALL room-DESCRIPTION OhIo.20 fo E and, Gov.LocK,:St.Co.. descrlbinr WHITE fully US all A your LETTER symptoms WINE Syyl Made of.the by scientific best Cocoa blending beans- : .f A Magnificent i Displayt i iof E

;.......--- In and plain we will scaled send Fret Ladies'Advice CA'RDUI grown, in the tropicstheresult ;

Advisory Dept, The CbattanoozaMedicine OF of 126 of
Co. Cbattanooza.Tena. years suecessful
JI) I t'u a endeavor.A : i HighGradeFinest :

all you need. slew and handsomely Illustrated :,
Recipe Book sent free 1 == HOUDAY GOODS == i ;

Just think, a small I $10 payment WALTER BAKER & CO., Ltd. QNh.....t.............+++++..NN.........NONNZ >, j
will procure your fam- +
f, a Established 1780 DORCHESTER, MASS. ++ .

ily a high-grade lifelastingPiano. .[.... k'JR\ Zei n,F,, ? .. I .. .:1 line of hand-painted : :. '" f
I y vd b xZ3v; v, :
a. >. p %A3L$'' : China, Cut Glass, Diamonds, 2
Get it now-or buy it now, i C. V. THOMPSON : Gold and Silver Jewelry, :

and have it delivered just before FISKE O'HARA.will _. : -\ Toilet Accessories; Watches, :

Christmas.This be popular for years to come Is THE STATIONERNo. Z Umbrellas, and :Meerschaum i
) sung by him to the heroine and is en- 30 South Palafox St. I I Goods in fact everything
$10 will r titled "Sunbeam .of My Heart." New Style Holiday Papaterles Pete i +
payment get 1/ ,. It will do much to help the work of Pan and, Napkins other and Novelty Shelf Purses Paper, Frenct CrePaper <: ; + usually carried by the largest :
you a fine Caswell, Bach, .that little God that appears! to most Star No\eltles. Tiny enclosed I BookieChristmas' jewelry stores in the
00 Cards. Post Cards. Booklets,,: i i
Shulz, or a slightly used people who enJoylplays. Vanity style Hand Bags.,. Gent's Purses,, I
I } i.t >;'This will beth attraction at and Bill Folders. ,. t : A range of prices to fit any
Look # i
Kranich & Bach or Lester, Christmas matinee. and ove our stocfcf .
night. i_ I { j,. purse. .
or one of a number of good ChristmaS'1 Z Z '
Thet Royal Chpf,? The selection of a Christy :
pianos. TOYS; ..rI --c 'f J g.ts.F'TFURNITURE : ;Jf! ,Authors-. of musical I .
,. try" their utmbst'-t6"get "winning*or 40001-4000! '- : f mas present is an easy matter : lZ '-
$2.50 a week will for ; d
pay attractive dancing numbers. "The here. Z i'May I
the Piano ,without interest: l' ; irx" s 1 t. J Mother: log ej| ,number tin "TheRoyarCher : ", f'
HOUSE : is probably'the most popular What? Why, Records t' we show you our line i 'f' .: ,

Prices from $139 up.- ._ Getit FURNISHINGS, 1 .. i t in any dancing musiqial number comedy that in.many has'years.been \ Edsidn. .35<<:,. Columbia 25c.. :; ,.; of beautiful and useful articles : .e i'r.{' .,' ,

now. atModerate There 'are 24 little girls who take ;}' :. '. ? : ++ iii
U Prices. part in this number and they are Victor 35c 60c and $L00. : : 1;:
dressed in black,'red and green panta- =
GET IT NOW. Large line, comprising every loons, with a black. bolero to 'repre- You can get any record you ........................................+........ :i.;
new and up-to-date Toy. sent witches. '11- '
Hobby Horses. Rocking These "Mother'Goose" girls its they + o t .

The Clutter Music '\ -Horses Velocipedes,: Express, Goat Wagons Sglldes.l .,..* .. they erg 1nowjf.taJtlng! their name want at t tjie
ouseCONCANNON& etc. : **> ;- front the:utle{ovtWsong, are famous i UndenstruthThe i i ii
You are welcome not. whether throughout the country, and are the I Clutter _Music House.
buy or
you ? ..originals of that class of fancy .
TE ." r dancing, who enjoy the soubriquet of .:Machines going daily at $1
E. ; Harrison- .' ..Bros.. ... ... .-.t-J-' I.""broilers." **&$ "Mgttver Goose"*' I a. i Jeweler I :1
number 1.taUs"to'iU4lee than :
120-122 E.; Intendencla St. j nev per week.
4 .. !. nine or ten encores at every perform i
CO.5O9. ance. "The Royal Chef" will be here Do you own one? 120 South Palafox Street. .

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.3. PALAFOX ST. CX S.17iV YCS Ck X7CS11SXC as' 11
| REWARD $100. : .r 'h
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The t>f< this paper will be -- u. {
pleased to learn that there is at least one fOf
-- dreaded disease science has beenable I CHRISTMAS -
to cure In stages, and tnaiIs i
+..+++t+.+.+......... +...++.++....>..+....+..*+..+.. only Catarrh.positive cure Hall's now Catarrh known Cure to the is med the r
New Store New Goods fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional -
I CRIHSTMASGITFS IN JEWELRY AND CUT GLASS i treatment disease Hall's, requires:Catarrh a Cure constitutional Is taken 3 LIQUORSPer

Z '' : Internally acting niire'tly>00 the blood ..
New Service.We Nothing is more suitable for a Christmas gift or more appreciated by I and mucous surfaces of the ystem.kthere-I I >
the recipient, than a piece of jewelry or cut glass. My stock was selected by destroying the foundation of the-disease w.
i for the special purpose of affording something suitable for this purpose. and giving the patient strength by
-- Here are Just a few of the offerings: : tl bulld'ng! up the constitution and assisting SSe Per Gal, SSea

Diamond Rings,__._...$10 DIAMOND to $185 I GOODS.Diamond Stick Pins ... ..$5 to. $23 nature have in doing so much its faith The its curative proprietors -
i Diamond'' Brooches .:::...$9 to $50 I Diamond Lockets ..... .$10 to $30''' power that offer torte Hundred Dollars a "PORTWINE Christmas 1 1 1a !
extend to the WATCHES.Ladies' for ythIs to cure. :1
public ................... Send for list of testimonials. f
these compliments of the Z Solid Gold 0 size 14 karet 2O'yearfilled.........Keystone...,........cases..........................$12.50..$22 to to $20$35 Address F. .. CHENEY &; CO., Toledo. g SHERRY WINE :
Solid Gold Diamond set .................................................;. $47 O Sold by all druggists I5c. .
season and beg to say thai t: Gentlemen's 12 and 16.size watches .. .. .....? $14 to_ $40 .1 Take Hall's Family Pills' for constipation. CATAWBA
.. D.i. .K TST.c.; .
we are in a position to save i Solid gold Neck Chain '.CHAINS.........................................$3.50; t. $10 BLACKBERRY f"NE! e.SSe i
Solid god: locket .,.;........................:.........;...........$3.75 to $15 Presents
you money on Turkeys,, Diamond Lockets -...:....:.........................................$10 to .$30 I :

Chickens, Eggs, Butter, Gro- .. Cut Glass Pitchers-' ...........CUT......GLASS............................$4.50 to $11.50 I i THE CYPRESS'LUMBER CO Per Cal t5c t I :
ceries Fruits Cut Glass Bowls ...:.T.:........:................;.:............$325 to $9.00 APALACHICOLA, FLA. : I
Celery, etc. : Cut Glass Vases ........................,......?......,-........$ $7.00 ,

PHONE 1428. ..:,. Cut Cut Glass Glass Sugar-.s1.25 and Cream Sets ...............................$3.25 ta to 5500$3 :. Manufacturers o! I Can :1, li
218 South Palafox' St. One of the most desirable is one that is ?
These are simply a few of the many articles'i-am I offering-and alt of $ SaveYouMoney i !
i my goods are fully guaranteed.-If not as--represented, your money back. i 'CyPress Shingles. on.All $ I useful.. We want the public to see our ex- :i f. '-.

W: A. GAHLENBECK; wx4"x15" 5 Christmas o quisite assortment: of Fancy Suspenders infancy ;6,.! ,

NATIONALLIGHTS i 213 South PaUfox Street ,1 Vn" x 5" x 18" I 5 Liquor. 2p j' boxes, ranging in price from 5c- to 'r

..............NOON........o............... .N.N+N Cypress Tanks of all Descriptions. p Don't take 11)wot.dbut j*I ipall *$2. We have more.real beauties in Neckties !'
Write for Catalogue and Price Lost .
and gefniy prices. I $ that we want you to share the pleasure in t: t

COLORED Clean I Clothe orm Yours: one will of always the requirements be clean it of you life. $ ,know where you'll buy. / them. Prices, 25c'to $1.50. Fine linen f: ,
!s send them to t'
"The Best is What We Sell' Handkerchiefs, Fancy Socks, Shirts, White .
Tile New Method
Laundry, I f
FHONEI186 E.W.LAWRENCE.: Prop -.>eaVethoiLasedrfBid&tJ.dtililAGENTS I I JOE. KOHl : Vests, Cuff Buttons, Collar Buttons, Watch : ;

---;-;--'--7" -- WANTEO.MAN YOUR i,i", Car EOYem eat" indTarraiona. Sts. Fobs, etc. t{f' 1.!

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A IS KNOWN BY Xnis Tt\ble\ I'Christmas. 'W HIT E & NIX I \ 1i'I

When are doing .
your Christmas shopping, .,' .,',....,. will be Fruits \
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and looking for good thingsand -4" ; .4
This is the place to buy Phone 79O 29 S. Palafox St. :

good goods, such ,as I ompleteI your' Fruits, Oysters, Can- !'IY it.

Fruit Cake Pound Cake HUYLER'S '
dies, Fire Works, etc., for the

Mar hmellow Layer Cake Some of Our holidays. Prices reasonable. t

and the Genuine German .' t I Relishes. G. P. Caparisos, AG GU OoD-gIDEW [ K \: '

Cakes "Lebkuchen, we .- ... .- i! We Have Cor. Tarragona an', Intendencla Sta.

are the headquarters. ..Known, the:world over for purity, quality' and I Dunkley' Celery Salad .....,30cU Gives the most ordinary property an appearance of substantial
Look.forthe Heinz' India flelUh ...........3SU! I desire to announce to the raiue. A poor one can ruin the effect of the hand. I
Lights;they flavor.. Inhere: can be no more welcome. gift for old Bishop's Chile,Sauce ........25cts sourest house and grounds.. You dcn't want any ragged
.i ............... ladies dressmakers and tailors I 3 3J
will to the OLD and young,.' .Jn: one-half, one, two, three, four and India Chutney .40cta ; edges to your property.
guide you English Crow-Chow ..25 and 4Jcts 'that I have taken the Among good sidewalks a well laid concrete one is easily
RELIABLE five-pound boxes; ,,and fancy baskets. I Catsup ...........-1&> 15 and 25cts ; ; best Lasts longer, costs less for repairs and adds an air ofsoLd j
I I !' .And Many Other Too. Numerousto agency for the great Wiss dignity and worth.
Mention.Rosenau&Gerelds! Shears and, Scissors. 'We lay such'sidewalks and back every one with our guar #
West Florida Steam The- antee: May we estimate on yours* t =-
these goods that .
------ guarantee on are
W A D'Alemberte
tve-'new-palr'-on the return of s t
: tile old pair,'whether broken,damaged OP
Bakery, : worn Out;Simply: _return the old pair- Pensacola Cement Stone Company, i
Druggist and and get a new pair. .
No. 8 S. Apothecary "' GROCER' All of the Wte b.*.4 win be sharpened
Palafox where THE FANCY -
lndMnltifx' : 1485. Ji:
tree. S., 'J. Manager. Telephone
you can purchase the same. .I 121 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE T "90 I1680UTHPAUFOX8T.Phone:" -. "F." B.BRUCE ', ,:

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Insurance &' Real Estate. 1 t ITO ,2.-storT; 19-room ,house., with plot ? $225

; ground 148x200 .feet,?in excellent;: ..locality ,

11 ii .: Enhancing. in Value EachDay # : OWNA ;, % cash" ? balance. on' time. Modern- : : $25 Cash, $10 per A: BH

WE OFFER A FEW BARGAINS and- I HOME Improvements.. .. : .s-... :. ,- r I interest
: -. Real estate. bought I ? Price $5500. WithThese Lots rLH !
! .t.complete"llst'Vs ,
tjffc sold commission. Rents .
on "
*. Which will realize a good pwfittpyo on short holdings. and our$2100 .... .

-- : \ always open toe your Inspection. : collected and repairs attended I I :

: Improved Property. to., for a small amount down .
;- 1 have 40 .lots between 9th
10th and 11th streets and beta .
Itl : -wm buy a new, one.story cottage on East Gadsden street, centrally Can place your money on and ; twenty- Two-.large. bride stores, 140 and' 106. i, 18th'an4..tth' Tdnuts; two blocks from the East Hill car line. Oue eel1 .
tF ;oa1cd. twenty East sid* f'Tarragona'street, between bJock from.the bayou. I offer
real estate at 8 percent. this property at $%%5.00 lot :
S22CO Will buy a 2-stor dwel'ing and store building on. the northeast J per $2, 1
0 corner of Garden and: 1Ctfc ,,"!.'n"c. five dollars a month we Bomana and Intenden la. Elegant loiUoa : down and' the balance at $10.00< **' month. I will CHARGE MMV *
$3333-Get* a bargain In 6 ttage on large comer lot, centrally located .+ FOR RENT. ;: 'for ,warehouse purposes $35 00 TEREST AND NO TAXES AND ." ABSTRirr :
-> on West End, renting! at $-16) per year, will build a house on WITH EACH LOT FREE OF Thl3"StSTca
.t 7!50-Takes a very desirab'e! brlc: buhdlns.: centrally located on large, lot,. J house all modern you ..per month,for the two. COST. prop ;,.J J
4* v : and carrying lease of five years: at $ OO*per!ear. ... J 6-room a desirable lot with .all ever offered on' these' terms In the City of Pensacola. :
+ I conveniences, corner Jacksonand THOS. PJEJB You can't buy Lots for Cash In
: Unimproved Property. conveniences complete EV.I locality any cheaper. we cr. !
.: Guillemard. I fer them on terms that you can't afford to miss. These terms .,

i. $2000 for 10 building'lota on North HtU fronting/ two streets. into. This Roraana and PalafOX. you in the.same position as if you were buying nearly two yc-4 t
containing ready to move i :
business center.
$&30fr Gets a bay front location, 15 lots,.I in from. now at prices asked for now. *
City Maps. arrangement makes 'you More fortunes are 'made In Real Estate than 'In anything ele:; 4
6.jt t You mar lay the foundation of your fortune *
InTestinz a f1r
, f : Have you an up-to-date map of the city!Phone us for one, or send $2.00 + LESLIE E BROOKSReal your own landlord. Talk. w dollars in these lots at this time. ( *4

j; 5 by wall. f
j : Rent Collections and Fire Insurance. : to us about the question. r SPEND XMAS t I believe at conservative. estimate that these lots will increasa! t

Estate JI In value 40 per cent by the time they are paid for on these tern tI
Given especial' attention. We solicit a share of your patronage.I ;

dl F I HOOTON & WATSON I IIT Phone and 462.Insurance.112 S. Palafox.. In Your OwnHOME ,f I i LESLIE i i F BROOKS Real Estate and Insurance 4.:

: J. liTHE RENTAL AGENTS," McDAVID-HYER., I Ii IiI | Phone 462 112 S. Pa'afoiTst.! t

;; :' % REAV ESTATE, LOANS AND INSURANCE. : Ag'tnq New_ York I.......................... .........................:

I IT 5 No. 37 South Palafox St. Phone 54 : Life Insuranca Company. I

: Established 1879. : I 100' EAST GOVERNMENT: ST., I STORES FOR RENT

:' :. ................................................. Phone 709. Pensacola, Fla. You will a'd'au uptodateand ,

modern home, all ready to I.

We hate for sale lots in block 101. East move. Into onthe- northwest FOR RENT-From )January 1907
: King Tract at $100 each. $& down and $5 the
HELP WANTED. WANTED. per month. No interest and no taxes .. corner of, 14 Avenue and West ,

; S A.'iTED-My' friends and patrons to until paid for. 11th street. The price is rght double two-story: : stores, Nos. 9 and I 11 I
I:: ANT INTELUGEVT may We have a nice comfortable house on ,
know that I will be fix. Pensacola the
;r, liepapers.JT5 to SlOG monthly Sure steady corresponding work. :for No remainder of the winter. Am preparedto North Coyle street that. we can sell .for $2400 S. Palafox street and ''warehouse in rear 40 by
unnecessary. do piano and organ tuning, and repairing $1100 on easy payments.We ForSlffiJle ,
t I&II.SSDg. Experience When:we modern, we
at reasonable prices. Satisfaction
Sendor particulars. ITess syndicate, guaranteed. Order 1401. J. have a nice six-room cottage with 70 Wm. Johnson &
N. Y. 21dec3m by phone mean lthas.fine porcelain tub now occupied by Son.
Lodlport. .
Conrad fccott 1320:: lath avenue. 22declw* large lot on East Hill on car line and : ,
H near hard road that we can cell for shower. bath and toilet in bath
: WA VTED-A first -class barber 'at once WANTEt -Partner' in mill busine- 13000. This is one of the best bargains 1 Apply to F. C. BRENT Brent Building.
N.) bode fighters need apply. J.- S. Must have experience and three or four offered here recently. Will agree to carry roo n.. $75.00 range in Kitchen ,
: IHiituun.! 108 East Wright btreet._ thousand dollars capital. Address ""Part a mortgage for large amount of. purchase ; with hot. and coldwater
ner," Care Journal. 19Dec5t price at 8 per cent. ,

,: WA1'.TED-\Vhtte housework. Apply girt 1-02:: to East do Gadsden general WANTED-Position by experienced stenographer. .- One hundred and fifty by three hundred $3000 through the house., FOR RENT- 'Desirable offices the Brent

: street_ 16dec2* Legal work prfprr Can feet on Little Bayou.'with two cottages The house is situated upo in: ,
furnish good references. Address K. L. renting for $11 per month, 1100. for 212 West. Wright street, a very do- '
W 4 VTED Manager for branch office wew4i J.. Box 215. ISdeclOt! sirable 8-roora and'liaU; residence with .lot30x1324. th Mtb frqnt. [ i: .Building .- '
to locate here In PensacoU. Ad- S Ten lots on public square, near the large lot., ir 1 -, I,
Frui .
dr.!>. with reference,. The MorrisWborsale TED-Poaltlon as assistant book- Stoddard property very cheap at JS50.. I 1-lt'JJi nfbd Jf 4. : a 0 & v .
!House Cincinnati, Ohio.I '- wood '
keeper and for general office work by $, I !
lldetlm* l4dy. Address Box I ... ., .' ... ,
young stating wages. I ififsU '
142, Evergreen Ala. 18declw .f jhe $t 11 o( -e,

mJ'wRITER OPERATOR WANTED D. HALE WilSON. & CO. wellwaVUs', c ni cftd dJ Ii 't : > ..
to Lake dictation from office grapho- THE PUBLIC to know that the B. H. tr MGive
phone. No knowledge of stenography Fairchild Gx. is now prepared to renovate $1875 akfideal\ ? .I. little' home
: seeded. None but expert operator need all kind of mattre&, pillows and 30 S. PALAFOX STREET IfTnotsold [
apply. Densmore machine used. Apply bolsters. In flrst-class style, and at low- For 60 feet on.the North Side of Government i ? 'by *January 1st: Bank Account
In person at once to The Clutter Music est prices. Ring up phone 4S5, write P. 'street by 125 feet on the east next-; the property will be off a :
House. Hdee 0.. box 4S3 or call la East Garden street. PHONE 234 side of'Iaxent street, has a large 1-:I
upstairs.. Sdeclm story store and dwelling house on same. the market at this. price.
WAl".TED-.An experienced Grocery clerk, .
Come In;e rJy and let us
good salary to one willing to work. Ad- WANTED TO BENT-A large house
tress P. O. Box S74. 9decMISCELLANEOUS. close in. \VilI lease it if terms &re de- FOR SALE. show }'OtLl '

\ sirabU nal.. Address: Mrs. A.. M-, Care Jour-27&ov for a Christmas Gift JI !

FOR SALE-Four fine mules two double Money to loan at lowest market rate
WANTED-Some one of means who will wagons with harness. all in firstclasscondition. of interest. -

care for and educate brignt boy. 14 Can be seen at my Lb corner Mortgages on real estate. in this dty
old. Home 9th avenue and 10th : B L.S.BROWN6CO.
years Apply Pearl Eagan or e bought and sold. :::-
JOHNSON. Contractor and Builder
CKO Mrs. Wm. Fisher President. 1novWANTEDAll White. ZOdeclw*
will give you estimates oil all work InCr All of the :Maxent Tract. west of "C" ..,.. One of- the most desirable gifts that be
street now for'sale. f'JSli. ;
out of town. Repair a AT -
spedaltlil kinds beer tottles. I FOR SALE A BARGAIN-Harness '
1023 f';;* lIe d; ;,K>n. I bsnati all loading brandsof factory and tannery conveniently located .i >'- ;\ .. INSURANC, ;a.. I bank book with a small deposit.
wined beers ana whiSKies: and still new buildings and up-to-date ma '\ .!. .
MATTRESS AND FUR.'lITURE-1fat- manufacture that well-established eoi gh chinery. Address ""Factory," Care this' --.' Phone 918 Thiesen BI g. !i A DOLLARWILL START ITs

tresses made to order and also renovated medicine. Joe Roth corner Tarragiiaand paper. Udeclw4'FOR '9< ,

; new ticks furnished.- New and Government Sts. lloct SALE-Two launches: one 26 O.-A. J I
I it work
furniture modern and will begin to at
second-hand or once drawingintent
an- TAILORING It Diamond. TfiUor. 6% feet beam; oak: timbers; white cedar Estate 1 _

tique. bought Co.. 114 and East sold.! Belmont Davis Manufacturing street.- Gent's on clothing short cleaned notice. pressed No. 11%and West repaired plarik1ng'copper an8 H.P. 2-cyllnder.fastening 2 cycle; equipped wolverine with Fisher Real Agency ,FOR SALE I This account will prove a stimulant to the' recipientto

t Phone 77L 24nov Government St.. Penaacola. Fhu miles engine.and She in fine has running half-cabin.condition.Speed Price 7% add more to it, thus instilling the saving habit.
mss LEILA REESE has fresh cut flowers WANTED R. Blngham- your J760 "Also one 19-foot launch; 6-foot FOR SALE-Almost new Victor dlc
on hand Orders taken for special moving and hauling lie guaranteesall beam; 1% ILJ;>. kerosene engine, copper Phonograph with large horn, and 12
t t' occasions. Phone %8:. ISnovlm breakage. Phone 630. fastened in good working order. Price SPECIALTY. < records. Will make splendid Christmas
A1\o'"TED-The Merc'.mts Transfer Co. :$150. Apply Kln *& Runyan. Pensacola. present. Address 423 West Gregory.Z2dec5t

j4 wants your ,nvv'.ics..and hauling. All 16dec Phone 87. 2 6S. Palafox St. '
T. B.
breakage guaranteed
't are now in cur new quarters 214 E. Proprietor. Phona 978. Thorsn. FOR SALE-Two buggies very cheap. SHIP CHANDLERS-:McKlnzie Ovtingtt FIRST NATIONAL BANK
I Intendencia. prepared to do everything In wagon I Al.TED-.U kinds.of electrical work.I I and grocers. Only first-class nous
and carriage building and repairing.. E. ,sell all kinds of electrical batteries FOR SALE-80 acres good farming land of kind in city., Fair prices to all '
ift'anti L. IIe;r1Dg. Phone 923; City. hod.t t.I' an-1 other electrical supplies. When you about 14 miles of city limits.! Containsan PENSACOLA. FLA.
< need me ring; 145 cr 955. E. W. Peaks. excellent stream and fish pond. A FOR SALE-At a bargain a barber's :
:t MATThESSE$ REN'OVATED-New'tlck New Star Laundry Bid*. H Garden. bargain. Apply'J. H- Nobler care Saun-* outfit good as_ new; one first-class
ders Mill Co. l dec Iw Some
furnished if desired. Guaranteed. > Very barber chair; one doien excellent rasors.mugs .
Car- WANTED-Second-hand sacks of aU descriptions brushes and combs. Address J. Designated Deoosltary .or me United State
pet taken up and matting laid. Leave wanted. If out of town. skip FOR SALE-Thoroughly good piano and
orders Watson. Parker Reese Co.'.. them to us; if In town ring us up at No. almost new Apollo Piano player with }L _Armstrong, Sneads Fla. Weclm
I' Wesley Duncan. 7sept 3S4 or bring them to us at corner of about fifty pieces of select music for ][)esirable,1HIomes '
Chase and Alcaniz Sta. F. S. Mellen & sale cheap to quick purchaser. Address FOR SALE-Bargain Terms tn -room cottage II W. H. Knawles. President. W. K. H".r, Jr.. Vice-President and Caihler.
Fla. suit.
Hill. to One
J IILTON UPHOLSTERING tlHOP-WU Co Zsjuiy F. E. :Mariner Bohemia Fla. IZdec acre at Cottage fruit. flowers and garden. Address Thos. W. Brent Asa't ,Cashier. W. N. Roberts. Aaa"t Cashk-

1 lie Mlms of aU-Proprietor.kinds carpets- Furniture laid furniture repairing -- FOR SALE-200-arpent country, place ? For Sale Egbert BeaU. : Sdeclw* Director' .- ,F,C. Brent W.A. Blount.:. W. IL Kaowles, W. E. tiger Jr..
D. Q Brent. IJ.
miles from Pensacola short mile I
for sh1 west
: packed plng. Phone 63.
, LOAN.THOS FOR ol1c buggies -
Nut to Tampa landing 2aprilJL of Olive station and postoffice known aa .
and wagons. you want a.bargain -
7-mile house on old Jackson road. 30 acres
ALF'MAN-Tla Copper and Sheet fenced and cross-fenced. with woven wire in a second-han4yehirle of any description ..- -.
PEBLEY-Money to loan. Upstairs call or write W. :E. Taylor. Chip
Iron Worker; cornice work and skylights corner Palafox and Romana Sts. fence balance partly cleared. partly fine
a specialty; roofing,guttering and 8dec timber. Fine oaks. pear, chestnut and lay,'Fla. __ Knovlm : S. 'REESK. B- M. CART. J. W. DOER W. R. QUINA,
repairing. 109 East Government. opera other trees. Stream running through; President Vfoe-Freaident. Cashier. Assistant-Cash.
lious building. Phone -580. Residence UNLIMITED amount of money to loan many springs on place: also horse buggy. On West Gadsden street, south fronton FOR automatic SALE and tandem Immediate compound delivery center one THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA.
phone 1315.J all kinds of personal harness. wagon and farming tools; 3 1-
on : property. Special car line a two-story 8-room modern crank steam engine of about 150 horsepower -
I rates to business men on large loans. room houses 1 50-foot stable, with two home, house In splendid condition, recently and two return tubular boilers, 72 i CAPITAL' 100000. SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $25,000.
H. PORTER satbnaker 71C South The New York Loan Co. 204Vb South rooms; 1 25-foot barn and other out- overhauled throughout and painted; Inches diameter by 1I.feet-Jof1C'. For full I _DtRECTORSI _
Palafox street. Orders taken for tents. Palafox. cmlj houses. Suitable for sanitarium country gas, city water, bath, larsre deep lot bestneighborhood Stone & Webster Eng J. J_ HOOTON. R. M. CART L.... REEVES
awnlEK camp sto l* and house cots j Palafox. Phone 920 22dec club. factory brewery or stock farming in city-$5000.00. particulars Corporation apply Box *30. Pwisacola. 14n v I W. A. D'ALEMBERTE .. S. REESE W. DeC KES'LER!
etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan Reason for selling-owner has no one to A General Banking Business Transacted and Accounts Solicited; Ship' Disbursements -
... .UNLIMITED amount of money to loan on I I manage place. Great .bargain as Investment ==- i given Special' Attention.
all kinds personal property oa abort or for one looking for good farming S-room cottage and hall bath and FOR RENT.
HOTELS.HOTEL notice. Terms Easy. Get my rated before land. For particulars address K. W. shower bath, hot and cold water cabinetmantles I _
coins elsewhere. Star Loan Co.. Peake. Pensacola. Fla. New Laundry modern throughout occupying
116K South Palafox. Phone S19 22dec building. East Chase streetIdee a tblock of ground on Last Hill block FOR RENT' At Big Bayou, 7-room. :-
from car line, good .neighborhood-$3000. story house. Bath and kitchen all furnished
MANHATTAN-European plan. $5000.OP t 3 loan on good security. Peo8 FOR SALE-10000 acres round timber : ; $20 per month; also 4-rooms, kit I Would like
t New managementRemodeled and refurnished cola vestment Company. SOoct land 12.500 saw mill timber and sawmill Modern 5-room cottage, reception hall, chen and hall unfurnished, In. o. Fisher! Anybody a Savings Account For a
throughout .
single or hotel at Real Estate. Agency, 20 South Palafox.Ifidec
32-room a bargain- Several large front gallery on corner lot 50x1l7%, -
neuite with private bath. Electric bells MON::::Y LOANED on real estate and good, farms and town properties. two blocks from car line on East Hill; '
bample Upstairs corner Garden personal property on short & SetterUnd. Fla. Christmas Present; It's a Common SenseTho'
end 1528. Mrs. E. M. J. W. notice.'Terms Write Gentry Chipley house new lot nicely laid off wth pretty FOR RENT-Two nice double stores on
s* y. Bullard.
28H South 23sept flowers large stables, fronts south. It
McBrearty Proprietress. %%dec Intendencia street. between Pala I'
PaU/ox gu Phone 114* is cheap at $2450.00. East
fox and Tarragona. Inquire at the Fisher Novel
LOCKHART rn&na1"lIm1nt.HOTEL.newly Lockhart. Alanew .. II tAN: LEND YOUR MONET at eight Journal magnificently illustrated Real Estate Agency. 22nor
renovated. _r cent.If you have any that you magazine, containing scores of views of
< nice room Bath and all accommoda ,, I RENT A. R. Bingham has storage I
nt interest on see me about It. Itrill the city and harbor. For sale :t all FOR -
". tions. Special attention to traveling men. be absolutely safe oa real estate book stores or at The Journal office. By room for rent suitable for fundtura 0 You can an account for
hpe'-Ul rates to weekly boarders. J. secartty. Leslie E. Brooks. Phone 4C2. mail. 20 cents. Uses or other goods. 104 and IOC South Tarragona open anyone
Rodgers Prop. ZSnov Btr et. Phon. 633
you like. We will furnish the Pass
MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows FOR SALE OR RENT-One of finest
JROWHOUSEDd'1Il141t- Snrlnn I I noney from Jno. A. Hall A. Ox. HVi farms in West Florida, 2H miles from Book with the name and amount
Go-:-Il beds airy rooms, elegant laeals. I r. Government St. When In heedS cajjn Chipley. 140 acres hi cultivation; fine any

free bath to and traveling sample men.rooms.Rates SpecialtteniJon 32.00 UA.ilONEY. C.buildings.Ridenour Cull, ,Chipley rent $1 Fla..CO per.acre.14dec2w L. J. W. Bullock, Jr. DIRECTORYPROFESSIONAL. you wish to deposit entered thereon.

;: JKT day. J R. Brown Prop. LOANED on all kinds of personal Also Home or Pocket Bank,.if desired.

; .HOTEL SOUTHERN Open all property on short notice. Terms FOR SALE-$23.00; ) cUb for Remington Real Estate and Mortgage Loan
tt* 4My. J. B. Gray & Co.. 2 W. Romana. in first-class .
}e-.r American and European plaju: Irene ,,11':. Ifeb Typewriter writing order;
:- Spdh'.iaI 1 summer rates.. first-class reason for sellinghave no use for same
;< here. Address "B." Care Journal .I Room 302 Brent Building. AMERICAN
Pleasant and .
rtt-jt-t. NATIONAL
very. Mrs. T. L. Bowen Prop.,convenient. Pensa- UNLIMITED-n all kinds amount of personal ot money Sp loan*- I 2lnovlm'FOR W. B. BARTON, BANKOPERA

cola. Fla. 15apr iU rates to business men Attorney At Law.
on large SALE-A fine tract of land near Phone 637
I'..jts. The New York .Loan Co.. 204 Vi HOUSE BUILDINGWe
BAY HOTLL- day. European city. Part heavily timbered; part Office*-Fisher Building. Palafox street
Crtn ::S'lth Call 283 address in all the and United
plan and clean. cleared. phone ; or 1102 Will practice state .
.. I compound Interest at 4 .eaU tl1ree'month. in Savings
per our
Transient trade solicited. 675-5;' South ----- East Gadsden. ISnovlmCONKJBY"S States Courts. Twenty-three years' ex Department. every
; 1'alafox. Jos. S. Nicolau. Prop. perience. ,
ROOMS. celebrated Roup Cure. Choi'
t era cure, lice and mite klTer as, wellas FOR SALE
T. G. YATES M. D. -
an unexcelled Egg Prciucer All "
LOST. FOR REl\"T-Tw furnished rooms. suitable guaranteed. and a splendid vade of
; for light housekeeping. .M'PIj>il wheat that will make your fowls Ja!". F. Optician.
West Chase street. & Co, Fla. Iiid
S Mellen Pensaooia Phone
LOST, -Rta. 'k and tan hound. two years -- 234. 7nov 306 -Thiesen Building. Typewriters. Coal WoodWe i
.' old. 1\tHI:: about 60 pounds. Answers LARGE front room nicely furnished.
to nam' "'BJa<-k." Reward for return to with without boa"'. Phone S6$. 415 FOR SALE-Come quick if yon want Twenty years' experience as an EyeSpecialist .
ill En.: Kobe St._19declw. West Gregory. 22deelw them.. Two cheap horses two good $3200.Buys Examination free. ,
I ones and one high-class saddle hOl'Se1 is We offer the below
LOST Uound gold locket with anchor on FOR RENT-One large room furnishedor aI"I have left of the car load I got Last a new? modern up-to-date home 00000000000000010000000000i. deliver Ice. Coal, Charcoal a: >
oi)<-side: on oth initials "J. L. F." Lost unfurnished. Apply South Spring i Monday. I also have two second-hand two stories with eight rooms. reception : L. c. PHILLIPS Ph. ; $100 MAKE TYPEWRITERS CHEAP I ISte Wood anywhere in the city. We :a'
rit "'r on a North Hill car or near Union street only 2 blocks from Palafox. ISdec i top buggies in good condition for sale hall and bath on comer lot and near car ,
i I>e' ot. Reward for return to The Journal T E. Welles. ISdectf supply ;you In any quantity and on
; cheap. line on East HOI. This home is a bar Homeopathic.PHYSICIAN m'. Visible _........... ..-
Pr 19 East Strong Street ISdec FOR RENT-Rooms for rent with privilege the which not be dupli.cated'in (new) $75.00
gain at price can service Is
always promptSteam
of light housekeeping. Phone and 'FOR SALE-Just received fresh flashlights the city. Take a U before and SURGEON.M.j Williams (rebuDUu......,.... 65 W

Bath. Apply 300 East Jackson St. Sdec !345.. E- and W. Peake launch New batteries.Star Laundry Phone you, Invest. i. Office and Residence U N. P,, JDOrM':No.. (rBem1D&'toD ;: and Domestic Coal.

FOR ADOPTION., ROOMS B.:Preston TO REl\"T-Beet i:8'.i East in Government city. Mrs. St.M. I,building. ,$:350. Hours: 9 to 11 Phone a. m.69.1 to 5 p. No. 2 (ra-hailt) ........19.00 Wood Cut Any Size.

Sdec : SALE One' wan oooiOOOOOOOODO"OO'O'OODORFrederldt Also for ten days' delivery we can seTh
FOR sac Case 25 feet
FOR; ADOFTIOV One erph&a boy 7 I long;: t feet high' with ribbon case 10 Buys a pretty home alta of fire lots, New Century Fox. Fay-S holes.. E. G. SEWALL
year old. Will be given for adoption ROOMS: -Nicety furnished upstairs convenient feet long. separate. Will make fine display facing east on llth avenue. New City. AmfaU. F. M. Blount. wood or make of rtter. Abor ,
|o resF>oi.flWc" parties. For particulars to car line. with or without I case for any kind of merchandise. machines also for r at.rPensacela, N. 5t
AUSFIELD & BLOUNT Phones 14.53. 29 Tarraon
Ipply Pearl Eagan Home or Mrs. Wm. board. IMS East: Gadsden< street. Apply to E. L. Reese. 17 North Palafox.
flsl> rt President ISnov Sdeelm* a-
.. SOnovlm "Architects .
:- ,
--- -------- NICKUT FURNISHED: ROOMS for rent, FOR SALE-Bouse and lot at 1012 East J12-314 Brent BUg., 4* Move BldBtPensacola. TOWEL SUPPLY.
CHEW: NOTICE. t with or without board. Table board. Jackson street. $1600. Apply,to. G. A.Dohlstrom. Fla. Montgomery Ala. DAILY
Neither! the Cfcptam, 'Owners Phone. ;aa and bath. No. 3 Palafox. .. 1013 East Jackson street or C. R.YAEQER ...RUNYAN'S ROLLERS.
B_ r (nignp..j of tu British : JTnoY $18 South Palafox. 27novlm WM.A..BORMANS
A: steams i (,:" nco-, will be re- ACLEAN TOWEL EVERY DAY
Kponsihfor debts contracted ROOMS-Two furnished front rooms. FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new MehlenA 200 Thieserr' Architect and Superintendent Typewriter $1.00 PER MONTH.
by the CifT: .n f "-! vesseL I suitable for light housekeeping. Use Sons piano la handsome rosewood Building. Exchange
t 3. POOPra, Captain.: I(of -phone and bath. Apply 8.12: :But case. A bargain. Piano ia be 'seen Office' -SOS ...Building, Phon 1t S48-2 rlWBS. M. C. RUNYAN.
I t J011X A. MERIUTT & CO.. Consignee.iGaaaden. or Phone 837. 25nov by calling at the Kaady Kitch_ 3 ct. :Phone- --686.. Phone 823.- .. P cnsacaUi.. Fla.p .. 20 E*Government st.f.f P..... ....


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II''! A Modern JUST REC.VE" siN']! rn[ iftEH t.r -

The, Largest Line of .
: 'or -5F -
Laundry Plant H REACHING G ,

Is at the service of Pensacola XMAS CANDIES .. .
and surrounding territory. l
Thoroughly equipped with all
that's new and modern in 'machinery CIlIA "t... ,
and manned Ijy experi- -
enced help. We will be pleasedto ,ever. before offered.. for sale in this city.Whitman's ...
have your work. We wish
you a :Merry Christmas.
But Many are Not the Class Poo I II
The Star. Steam Pure Candiesare I

Desired and Five are .
Laundry ; .
37 E. Garden St Phone 114 endorsed, by the Pure ,Food Law., They come in Jailed.

Pensacola Fla. Yi,.1, 2, 3, 4, and 5-pound boxes and also in fancy

I baskets. Give us- an order now for Xmas. If you I men Strangers with no most avilabie of whom means are of white making

-- bpy anything from us that yon want sent out of town, a livlihood, are ,reaching the city
=- we will it free of in large numbers especially during j.
I pack charge. I tf
the past few days. they are not the
Opera EXon't fail to .see cur assortment of ,holiday class wanted and yesterday the police -
r ; ,per- sent five to jail upon. charges. .of '

:Matinee and :Night, fumes, imported and..doniestlc. vagrancy.The men' arrested yesterday could I I i :

December 25, i not give the officers a good explanation -I r .
Phone 453.. of their presence here or how j I
Chas. E. BLANEY -' they gained a livlihood and under i o i b v
t-ese circumstances they were sent
Present to Jail and will be, given an oppor- !

The Crystal Pharmacy, I tunity the recorder of making this further'morning.explanationto 1Mc&.r ', :f1Hm's t r

Fiske O'KaraThe r Brent BuiUlng. It is the intention of the officials to

I II r keep the that city come clear south of the each undesirableclass winter

I and the police officers have been instructed -
Famous Irish Tenor late of the to keep a close watch for LU'
Bostonians. 1 them especially during! the Christmas
ilrar oilara Sing-"Sunbeam of My holidays. S
Heart 'Mv Own Mother Dear," "One t1ttt tj I
lyittle Bab>..' No Opium In Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. :'
Mr. Blarney, from IrelandAn There' is not the least danger in giving r
Chamberlain's uough Remedy to
Irish-American Comedy-Drama. small children as it contains no opiumor
Price Matinee, lie ;Sue and 75c. Night: &EDTOP1TheTOPpfthema
other Harmful It
drug. has
an established .
fx. 60C The and $1.05.pij reputation more than AMERRYCHRISTMASTOALL
thirty years as the most successful f
medicine in use for colds, croup and
wnooping cough. It always cures and 1.
BUlAAUCflON Is pleasant to take. Children like' it." t -
Sold by all druggists. I
/ :: We extend to you our 'greetings. Your Xmas will not be complete without 1 I
\ FRESH THIS WEEK 30c PER I some of the choice brands from our stock. "The cup that cheers does not M '

I POUND. NEW CITY GROCERY CO.' inebriate." Here'are some prices: fl s I IL > !

nin' OLATES ARE MADE A TRIAL.AT WHITE'S BEST PHAR-THAT FOUR f Yalu Valley eClair $2.75 t$ ot t

MACY. 3t
MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE 52. : St. Rye, $2.75 ;, I .

"DEGREES" MINIMUM. 46 DEGREES FULL' Brookfield Rye, $3.00Delivered ..:t: ':'I t

On Dec 22, 1906 Mellow in flavor. Aged for years in charred The maixnm temperature at Pensa- 10 Year Old Rye' $3.20 "- .
casks in warehouses flooded with sunshine cola yesterday was 52 degrees at 3:40p. ;
., while the minimum 46 de-
m. was
T 12 M. selected memberof QUARTS Monogram No. II $4.00 t;
Best.Northera Rye always by a grees at 2:50 a. m. Last year on .
the firm. the same date the maximum was 58 CASH WITH ORDER

at the office of C. T. Irving, Purest water from wells sunk hundreds, of feet degrees and the minimum 49 degrees. I mentioned ;I'ft.M .
The brands are of our own bottling and: is guaranteed by us to y

Scranton, Miss., the Norwegian into solid limestone. fl As soon Cure as for the'Sore'Nipples.child is done nursing be in accordance with the PURE FOOD LAW now governing such articles. :! .

steel bark Baunen, Goes to ,!the! heart, not ,to the!! heads apply off with Chamberlain's a soft cloth,Salve.before allowingthe Wipe it We pay EXPRESS. CHARGES ON ALL CASH ORDERS. It will pay you ;

902 gross tons, as she Make the next-high ball of' child to nurse. Many trained t to send 'us your orders, for you will get exactly what you order. Any of our :, !

now lies ashore in six nurses use this with the best results. customers, will tell you that.: ;
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by j ,
feet of water, at Horn Island, D TOP ItYEWUISKEY aU.gists.. *$i ;vfa Send. a :trial order for ," I

together with all masts, TENN. TURKEYS, NICE AND FAT,
yards, rigging, anchors, .It's up to :you"FERDINAND NEW CITY 223.MEAT MARKET. TELEPHONE 44.I. Rye Whiskey p <, ;

chains, capstans, etc. I Apiece of'goods that we are putting on.the market and is guaranteed to be r tttI'
Also at the time WESTHEIMER. ,
same and
place in lots to suit purchasers Cincinnati,.O.. mlsville. Ky. St."to" I
I The Riera Shoe Company closed its
the sails, ropes, hawsers, guessing contest last night, and it.
was found that Celestine Sara. daugh- .
furniture, compasses, boats, -- ter of A. Sara, had won the pair of o.

inventory and provisions, etc. PENf\l Catarrh: Cured SEEK NO FURTHER b contained ots. She 377 guessed beans that and when the boot the l80 .

fJ !
For particulars apply to 'YOU HAVE IT HERESmonhtreatm.ntwithatomiur beans were' coun'ed it was found It 4 2'48 PENSACOLA FLA.
: S 4 held '378 and the company desires r
the master. Tablets and! Liquid Medication.\ 4b Penn Rheumatism core la Just her to call and receive the prize. It ", ,. !
1I bat you bare been looking for .. s
CHR HOY {\ Coughs and Colds Conquered An Uric Acid Destroyer GIVE STACY'S FORKD' PD CHOC 1

PEXX. _CHEBBT M.IXIB S3 eta Potash Free or from Meteory.RUB Opiates. ,. Iodide of OLATES A TRIAL. BEST THAT 1 r' Ji
IT IN: A gencmas free sample forwarded ARE MADE AT WHITE'S PHAR-
Scranton, Miss. ,write to
REMEDIES PENN' LixtaEfT : ISet*. PElDRUG CO., MACY. 3t > 1MMfrfrYoung >> Ij

IN BUYING YOUR I Fer Sale by an Druggists!! _3ilatla, SEVERAL CHANGES IN Men 'I


Birmingham, Dec. 21.-It was announced -| '
Holiday Gifts > : : = : : : : : : : : : '\\ morning en route to Pensacola on I today that Joseph H. Hoad-j L Young Women '.,1
business. ,ley of New York. succeeds to the
\ LAUREL aILL.. J Philip Garrett. of Bethel,was in presidency of the Alabama Consolf- If you fully realize the ad'f,
Laurel Hill yesterday. I Idate! Coal and Iron Company Vice :
\;., : : :: : : :: : :: : J of and ; :}
: Mr. Charlie Stewart the Journal's Colonel TV G. Bush and Morris W.I{ x vantage Bookkeeping .
don't forget you can be ac- Special to The .JournaL epresentative, passed through Laurel :Bush have been 'placed in charge off a = Stenography in opening up a 1c
Laurel Hill. Dec. Aubrey Hill Tuesday. Charlie talks Journal comI I f
the Alabama properties of the
commodated with the 'choic- Morrill who has been employed in the wherever he goes and has many pany. William C, Sedden of Baltimore profitable field of employ :i. : i
est of useful articles for the office of Supt -Saltmarsa in'Peiuucola friends in this section. .
becomes a,member of the executive ment, you would not be long I 7 .
for three is at home with
Men Youth over, years. The public school will open on the: committee. r
and Boys, at his father and will spend ,the holidaysin first Monday in January.The 1 }
prices that make buying a Laurel Hill.Mr. city tax collector. Allen Fountain ) t
pleasure. D. C. Cobb. agent at Falco Junction closed his books yesterday and: -lc IN' W
was In town yesterday. the same were approved by the con- with ; Id
Men's and Youth's Suits in Mayor Axelson visited Florala yes- cil last night Why It Succeeds?, in beginning a course H i ie I IJ
terday.Mr. Our people are Delighted able I us. Our next term opens E.
Black, Blue and Fancy, George Folmar is visiting In to get The JOUTPP' nn the d'lv" of publication .
uary21dal1dscholarships f
from $7.50 to $30. Troy this week. by 12 o'clock each day. I '
J., M. Martin has moved his family The Bautist chir-ch, at B*rl" near. Because it's for One Thing. Only, and are being-sold on very liberal ts. :r/
Boys' Suits, ages 3 to 17, all from'Samson to Laurel HilL He will Fa1 o. is arranging for an ,all day Pensacola People AppreciateThis. terms Call phone or write Prealdem .
from $1.50to work in the office of the L. & N. depot sprvieo Christmas dav Dinner will be I I ., 1 .
styles, in Florala for the present. The telegraph -served on the erouiHs. I r forrfull information. PensacOtQ Business College.
$850.'Men's wires are in bad shape these Rev. D. S. All"'n, of Paxton.aTh-4 his i i I

Hats from the 50c get days a'and message.Jrom,, it is almost Laurel Imoo Hill<;sible to any to 11 tpe-ul.r o'clock; :ainrlnro and at : o'clock bore S'1Y1i1"T in the af at;; Nothing Doing one can thing,be good well for brings everything success ,. t V 1 ".g TOTWW3irWWWSanta : : {( II!: tt'iJ.'l t '3 l t t!: {t {t '$ it{t {t {t t i
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Crusher to the $Knox. point. ternoon. "
Mr. C. A. Neal president of the Rev. W. F, Martin 'c'r'aa to Hacnda I! ot
Full line of Stetson and No I Doan's Kidney Pills 40 one thing .
First National Ban in' And.aluMa.passed next Sunday and will fill the pulpit at I I .
Name at $2.50 and $3.50. through Laurel'Hill Thursday 11 o'clock and at Paxton at 7:50 .r1

King Quality or Snow Patent p. EL only.They cure sick kidneys. f s I .
I They cure backache, every kidney a -
or Vici is a nice present THE MICROSCOPEProves L. & N. WILL PUT ON ilL t r

to make, and only from $3.50to That Parasites Cause.. Hair NEW FAST TRAINA I Here is Pensacola" evidence .to
$6. Loss. i: I I prove it: t 4,
Nine-tenths of the diseases of the ., special dispatch from New Orleans Anthony Collins of 420 E. Int:nden- Claus Headquarters 1':.
It costs you nothing to scalp and hair are caused by parasitic say:: I c'a St., says: "Mrs."Collins read an advertisement : .
look] Courteous treatment germS: The importance'of this .It was anounced by the Louisville about Doan K'dney .
discovery by Professor Unna, of the Nashville railroad officials Books Games Block Frames J:
find (Good Values : &; to-day II Pills and procured a bxShe suffered 0jtf, .
a Specialty.
Chartty HospitaL. Hamburg, Germany. that that line will establish a new at times from aching In her loins V
can not be overestimated. It explains fast passenger train between New
why ordinary hair preparations, even York and New Orleans on January i and across 'her back after working Gold and Leather Goods c cI '
of the most expensive character. fail 6, The train will be known as the bard In, the house. She usd less t
JOS. COLEMAN to cure dandruff! ; ;-because they do New York and New Orleans limited I than one box of Doan's'Kidney! Pills .
hot and they can not kill the dandruff and win be routed via the Pennsyl- and they did her much goad. I have FIREWORKS! FIRE WORKS f t
germ. The only hair preparation in vania lines to Washington, Southern I heard these pills spoken! ,of highly by ,
Phone 217. 212 S. Palafox St the world that. postlUveJy destroysthe Railway to.Atlanta Atlanta and West I different people who have triad them Elegant Sfore,'Elegant Stock, Store Service Unequalled.
dandruff parasites, that burrowup Point to Montgomery TflnisEllle al
the scalp into scales' called scurf and Nashville to New Orleans! The i and all consider them a remedy which tae ola' .'li bl' 8.t S.lIdIA,. ,
HICKS' or dandruff'Is Newtoro's Herplcide. train will carry: only passengers for acts ap to the representations made C. OE'S'BOOKSTORE
In addition to Its destroying the dan- the East o>-,*. of this city. 'II fort ." nO"1%3$. 4'. 23 I. 'aJ.fu. s ss

CAPPINE druff germ HerpIcJde Is also-a For' sale by, all dealers Price ,50 THE LARGEST, THE CHEAPESTTHE BEST.
Cf' ful hair dressing. l ,,. dellght-I I Refuse a Pardtn.WSAington. cents. Foster-Miibura Co., Buffalo, 1
CURES For sale by W. A. IY : Dee. 2L- Thd presi- I
: for
sole agents tic United
ALL ACHES druggist and -apothecary, 121 South dent has declined to grant pardon New York .
Palafox street, or send lOCo }In' stamp to William McKalght. convicted of States. ----
Lad.NenuuaasssTtWk1. lie &IIII"Ik. for sample to The ,Herpidde Co.,' Detroit embezzling a large sum from tbe I Remember the name-Doan's--and: : .
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124-126 E. Intendencia St.
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,Is here and at. ,a price. to suit any We have
: ,NEARLY UPON US. -DAY : everything to

.pocketbook. Some special pr"ie& to 'make your Christmas

and the question, "What shall I r Xmas buyers: % dinner a. success.'
:EellcS EniIotlD tIoib es -
give him? is easily solved by a For the Holidays, and Will\ A Full Line of

visit to our mammoth Men's Christ- i .
mas store. Reconvene Here' on' $22.50 Men's Suits $J9. O Holiday Goods

January 7th. I 20.00 Men's Suits J6.75 1 {;

1111 18.00 Men's Suits 15.25
s STETSON HAT .. . . . . . $3.50 # Wholesale and Retail Dealers in

4 SHIRTS, 50 CTS TO .. ... . .-:. .-. $2.50 Kith the conclusion of to-day's 15.00 Men's Suits 12.00 CHOICE FAMILY G'OCERIES
session of the circuit which has
1 SHOES $2.50 TO . .. . . .-: eo. :.. $6.50 court
9 been in session here during this .
J CRAVENETTES $10 TO ... . . . $35 month it will adjourn for the holidays CROCKERY STATIONARY

SUITS $10.00 TO . . ... . . . $35 and Judge Carter will go to his horaa 3 : r .$6.00 Boys: Suits $5,15 ... -E EI WOOD, GLASS AN D WILLOWWARE TIN ,

LOUNGING ROBES $10 TO .-. . . . .$15 at Mananna for Christmas. Court 1s 5,00 Boys Suits 4.25 ..., CIGARS TOBACCO
to reconvene here to hear the remaining -I'>1 "
ETC. : t :
cases on the docket on January SY' = 4.50 Boys' Suits 3,75 -
We also carry nice line of gentle- 7th. I. t >--

. men's jewelry-watch chains, fobs, Yesterday the Jury in the case of ; 4.00 Boys' Suits 3,35 .
cuff and collar buttons, etc. T.A.Jennings vs.Louis Boley suit ,for
ejectment, returned a verdict in favor 3.50 Boys' Suits 2.95
of the plaintiff.The case occupied Remarkable Case
the attention of the court throughout 3.00' Boys' Suits 2.60s
Thursday and it was not until yester-
..t day at 11 o'clock that the jury returned i f& of
it< verdict. The case involved the I .,.3 250Boys' Suits !-90. Hypnotism
ownership of about 320 acres of land I
In the case of the Bay Electric & -t ; crowds
4. Supply Co., vs. the Western Union I For holiday presents see our line of t Vast awed' b\ stupendous
in Men's and Wear ..
Specialists Boys' Telegraph Co, a non-suit was en- arm) <'\tra-
tered.In fancy Ties and Suspenders in. fancy ordin.
U.i Phone 225 205.207 S. PALAFOX ;
Praise of Chamberlain's Cough J;
s Remedy. boxes. Suspenders 75c to $t.50; Ties HABERDASHERYDisplayed .

I There is no other medicine manu- 25c to 75c. Handkerchiefs silk and I,
in shoe ,'
J factured that has received so much II \h.v
praise and so many expressions of linen with initials Fancy Vests opposite the po;. 'v.
gratitude as Chamberlain's Cough ; ,

I r FX1ASi HINTS"J relief Remedy.follows It is its effective use. ,Grateful and prompt parents Hosiery, Cuff Buttons, Scarf Pins and STONEMOULDER 1

everywhere do not hestitate to '
testify to its merits for the benefit of e numerous other things that make good OF APPEARANCES.*

others. It is a certain cure for croup COME IN AND GET
and will prevent the attack if givenat Xmas gifts.WMIJOHNSON&'SON. ti
J I the first appearance of the disease. :;] HYPNOTIZED.
It is especially adapted to childrenas
J it is pleasant to take and'contains ----
I nothing injurious. Mr. A. E. Hum- .
phreys a well known resident and i ,
I 1ft
: clerk in the store of Mr: E. Lock of I THE, BIG STORE. JSi
Special : Alice Cape' Colony South Africa, J I
says: "I have used Chamberlain's '
I. n-
Discount Cough Remedy to ward off croup and 1 I "'.., ;.J ._ I
k colds in my family. I found it to be .
very satisfactory and it gives me

it on Men's and pleasure by all recommend'. it** For sale. KNOWLES BROS.Insurance.. m.1 BOOKS(()) (()) II

t OLATES A TRIAL BEST THAT General Agents ofThe

I EquitableLIFE FOR. CIHIRllSTl1A5-
m CravenettesI MACY. 3t

and Overcoats 309 South Palaftf Street.M. Children'sImported _
The Parlor Market is the place to Rag. Muslin and Linen Boo kai. printed in colors, Lao to 35c: Nursery
buy firstclassVeslern beef No :.. stories' Mother Goose. Pansies for Thou ght. etc., at 15<0. Denslow's Picture
Books Tom Thumb, Mother Hubbard, Ja, ck-and-the-Beaa-Stalk, etc., JSe to$1.25.
Friday and Saturday gross fed stock sold here. Nothingbut A. BAKER.& CO.
j the very best and at the same MANUFACTURERS Boy'sAlger
price paid for the other kind.
only Seamless Turpentine Stills. Books. 30c, Henty Books 2Rc Favorite Bovs' Authors 33c.; SOc and 60<-. er
NEGRO IS CHARGED WITH'APPROPRIATING Pensacola Fla. Young Patriot Series at SOc; Juvenile Histories at 75c. All have food cloth bind-
I OVERCOATA ) ing, good paper illustrated clear type.A fine large line of Boys books.

negro who is supposed to be a Girl'sLouisa WING"HOP & CO.

m I stranger in this city was arrested M. Alcott books at from S5c to $1-29 Laura E. Richards books at Importers and Dealers In
:- : "' .. ." % ,;oJ yesterday afternoon by Police Officer 115.. Elioe Dinsmore books at 115. Little Colonel Books at $1.30 Little Pep Chinese and
Japanese Fanes
'- Schmitz on Palafox street, charged per at $1.30.

with the tailoring appropriating establishment an overcoat of from B. Fiction, New and Old ,Goods.
I WATSON PARKER & REESE Co Embroidered Canton Crepe S'lawls
Solomnon.The This store was established with the primary Idea of supplying the people of Handkerchiefs, Ivory' Chlnaware/
overcoat was on display and J Pensacola and vicinity, with all the new and up-to-date popular fiction as fast as Toys, Fireworks Silks and Linen
it came from the presses One of the charms of the now poular "first seller" is Embroidery Goods.' Dress Goods by
it is charged that the white
negro to and read while it is fresh ,
possess it and popular you keep up with the new the yard.
EVERYTHING' TO WEAR. walking along the street quietly appropriated -, All Work Tested and Guaranteed. and popular ideas of the day and' have a ready topic of conversation under '
11 the' overcoat and contin- Write us for prices. We can Interest you. almost' any circumstances. Fine Imported Teas, Etc.
This season has produced a great number of notable novels, of them
many 31 S. Palafox Street, .PensicoU, FloridaSTEVE
ued his walkup the street but Officer
the acknowledged masterpieces of famous authors. The new novels of Chambers

Schmitz escorted him had to been the police notified station., and .............e.....'...... Doyle,handle Anthony'all of Hope these, Wister and many and Mary more,Dillon and have will a stand good as Holiday classics.I .Stock, and -- --------
I make cut of, 20c,per book under:: the publishers' regular retail price or $UO for
a $1 book -
NOM'UlES King of All Cough Medicines.Mr. .. In the older popular fiction I have a large stock at 50c, hoc and 75c, among the GEEKER
HORS latter being suchbooks'1 as Virginian, In the Palace of the King, Via Cruel,
E" Sia' E. G. Case a mail carrier of at Richard Tea and Nay. Calumet K. The Road. Builders, The Cost, Red Keggers.
Canton the U.Center.S. Service Comu for who about has sixteen beenin i Soldiers of Fortune,' Prisoner of Zendatetc. t 38 S. Palafox St.

years, says: "We have tried many .. .1. Poetry (Next to Kress)
cough medicines for croup, but Chamberlain's 1.____-.... ,_.;w.__..w____ _w I
Just received,two carloads horses and mules. Extra The works of all the great poets in handsome, padded leather bindings at
Cough Remedy is king of all $1 and SI.60 per volume a large stock. Also a fine assortment the works of
fine and well broken. Can be seen at our stables.W.R.TAYLOR&CO. and one to be relied upon every time. famous writers bound in ooze calf leather at $1 per book. These. .are beautiful FIREWORKSFine
We also find it the best remedy for i books and very appropriate as Christmas gifts. -
coughs and colds giving certain results I
and leaving no bad after ef Religious. -- Fruits, Confections,
fects." For sale by all druggists. i Bibles of the Bagster, Nelson and Cambridge editions, about thirty different
209 Get styles of binding paper, type etc. atprices ranging from SOc to $3.60 per copy. Cigars.Escambia .
E GARDEN STREET. GIVE STACY'S FORKDIPD CHOC- ,yourLuncheon. i :Books.Hvmnals, Foster's. Story of the Bible Cruden's Concordance. ,. Catholis Prayer
.a ARE MADE, AT WHITE'S PHAR :; MiscellaneousDictionaries Oysters.
MACY. 3t
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at 25c to Sl%. a fine assortment Fad Books such as Evtra'Pry, Always on Hand.
LET US HAVE YOUR ORDER FOR While outSh9pping I Cynic's Rules/of Conduct. Your Health' Cigarettes in Fact and Fancy. That Re- Goods Delivered to All Parts of cstv
.. minds Me. etc. SOc and 75c. '
Men CHRISTMAS CRANBERRIES AND For higher priced gifts would suggest some complete works of great,authors New Dates and Fresh Nuts Jtll'
s <;9 CELERY. NEW CITY GROCERY CO. in sets say Macauley, Cooper Thackeray; Dickens. Shakespeare. etc.If Shakes-
pear-1 have several editions complete at from |:2 60 for the Avon edition to US Received.
!y for the Temple edition consisting of 40 volumes. This would make a fine gift, and PHONE! 1231.
the la 20 percent less than book agents.
: Please plan I so spend some of your Christmas money with me. j

Christmas Presents MRLETREPORTNAVAL io At the i iI HARRY T. HOWLAND, ManagerDE ChristmasBOX

Kandt' .
Men will think you sensible if you give STORES. -
Savannah. Gsu. Dt>r. 21.-The naval I i
Kitchen Luna.Street 'Phone 1491
them something for-a Christmas present WW;..6 85: :; PAPERS
WG .....................t..........6 75 i ,
N ....................................600
that they can wear. M ............................;.....5 60 What you BOOKS,
K ...................................S 15 i
H 15 to 4 25
H ..................................4 2S CARDS.
GET A TIE SHIRT G: ..........................405to410. 'Want quickly i

F..O.E.....'.....................4 00 to 4 65 I CALENDARS,
....................... ..:;.....4 00
HAT PAIR SHOES C 1> ..'.........................;........4 00 Served.andY
Spirits Turpentine 661* cents. Here Is Your PICTURES,

PentacoU Cotton Market. and' thousands of anal
SUIT SUSPENDERS The following Pensacola cotton quota- i Hot Coffee. I Xmas TurkeyThis .I pretty
tions tire furnished by J. P. O'Connor &
Co., F. O. B. cotton brokers Pensacola. useful gifts of every description.

OVERCOAT .i Good Florida Middling: ......................10. >4 f and ChoJiate! ,
!:Strict Middling ......................10 is the right place to lay in a supply .
'Middling ,..........:.................9? that Christmas dinner. We '
.................. i for hare a lot of -
\ be them here I Strict Low Middling tilt '
and sure get -the saving Fit.for
you : 'Low.Middling ........................ 8% the .. Turkeys Chickens Ducks Geese Eggs"Vege Ii
effected will dollar (I tables Celery, Lettn-ce. Western Meats, Pork.
.. give you a or two to I Book Store
God't I : Veal Lamb and pigs. Our place has just Gem ,

spend for something else. MCMILLANBR05.CO. : been repainted and everything Is bright and

t ; -J i nice. C. R. Johnson, Prop.
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f triESTllts : A. ZELIUS &,SON, Ptooe 230.
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O. ANSON I Florida and
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Palafox and Main. 2 1Z .. : ud aufactaren Dealers la or

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