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 28, 1906
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ;


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

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VOL. IX NO. 306., I




1 K KANSAS 5 CITY --- -S

Governor With Vardaman a Majority Returns of FOUR !lllED Petition for Injunction Is NEGRO SOLDIERASSAULTS County Committee Ns : 4

Filed in the City? Court- and Passes Strong RedLsj .

Soldiers. ND WOUNDED RAllRUADYI at Birmingham. WHITE 'WOMAN' lutions Upon the 3j] { 1

of a Negro Found in Endorsements.
Declared Insolvent by Chan. ALLEGES THAT THE SCHEME OF \ .'
Member of 25th Infantry At- ri ,1
the Woods Near WHITE MAN
Crap Game Starts Quarrel, cery Court at Mobile .. ,tacks Wife of Prominent Not Satisfied With Nortlit-! -J. ,E ::1
Town. MONEY TO BE UNLAWFULDOES -' tott 'Si -i:

Which Results in Fatal and Receivers Ap. BUSINESS IN MANY : Oklahoma Physician. and McGourin for Pos u ;t r .4P

SOME EXCITEMENT STILL PRE. Shooting. pointed. STATES. ,' SHOT TO DEATH master and Marshal. :!t:: ;1 j


By Associated Press. President Robinson Gives; By Associated: Press. PAS HIM ON SIDEWALK AT EL .
Birmingham, Ala., Dec. 27.-A dispute Birmingham Ala., Dec. 27. Charging I
Negro Lawyer Defending RENO, AND THREW HER INTO
ADJUTANT GENERAL FRIDGETO between two negroes in.a crap Out Interview in New Irregular business methods a petition DORSED FOR APPOINTMENT AS [
game at Marengo todaj resulted in was filed in the city court today STREET-NEGRO.MADE ESCAPE.By .
SUPPRESS ANY FURTHER the serious shooting of two white York. asking for an injunction: restrain- Murder is' Roughly POSTMASTER AND BRUCE S, "C .

men, the killing of two negroes ing the Standard Trust Company, of .
TROUBLE.By and the wounding of a third one. Delaware, from doing business in the Handled in Court Associated Press. WEEKS AS UNITED STATES "

After A. C. Jones, a negro, shot his state of Alabama. MARSHAL-SESSION WAS A J}
El f
SAYS ROAD Reno OkIa., Dec. 27.-A
IS negro
antagonist in the game Jones fled to his INSOLVENT AND The petition alleges that with a cap- Room.By 'Ii '
home and soldier, now known to be a member of LIVELY ONE. "
Associated: Press. barricaded himself inside. THAT ACTION WAS ital stock of fire hundred thousand dollars i
":eta: Miss., Dec. 27.-Mayor Lee Pope and Zeke Pope white men TAKEN the company does business in Ala the twenty-fifth infantry United

Q'JH"ind a committee of citizens attempted to arrest Jones who opened WITHOUT NOTICE TO ROAD-' bama,South Carolina Kentucky, Miss- Associated States troops assaulted Mrs. T. S. f *: -'"
b.r': rt inference with Governor Var- fire on them with squirrel shot issippi Florida and other states; that Springfield S. C., Dec.Press.27.-Tiney Clifford, the wife of a prominent p"hysician A lively session of the County Re\ fr. :
dawn aere today when it was decid- Lee Pope was shot in the face and CLAIMS I INTEREST DUE ON it issues upon payment of eix dollarsan Chavis, white 'yesterday called at the near the railroad station here publican Executive Committee 'was
f !::. twenty militiamen under the the sight of both of his eyes was ue- "investment home purchasing" house of Stephen Clements a negro held yesterday afternoon. All of th4r $ti -
rc'c.jnd of Adjutant General Fridge, stroyed and both of the men were BONDS WOULD HAVE BEEN contract and upon continuance to pay'six to collect' bill when he was thrown late to-day. Mrs. Clifford who was S fourteen members of the committee j .

(i ;.a remain in Scooba. shot through the body.A PAID IN JANUARY WHEN THEY dollars per month for six months from the door,and shot to death by the attempting to pass the negro on the{with the exception of John E. Still "
\ of the other troops returned. crowd of white men and negroes the applicant is eligible to a loan of negro. The authorities immediately sidewalk, was grabbed around the arm ,man A. G. Fell and G. W. PowelL wera
it,' Governor Vardaman left for gathered at once and united their efforts FELL DUE. one thousand which starts paymenton rushed the murderer to the jail at and thrown violently in the street, the present Resolutions were passed ,
jargon. :: this evening. in an attempt to complete the a home. The petition alleges the. Barnwell and averted a lynching.At soldier exclaiming at the time that condemning the State Republican. Com..j '
fie body of another negro was arrest, when Bob Jones, the father of scheme to be unlawfuL the preliminary trial to-day serious the sidewalk belonged to him. He mlttee for making endorsements for ,
fund In the woods near here today. the fugitive approached the house I trouble was imminent when a negro immediately made his escape, but the Pensacola offices without consulting .,'
Mobile Dec. 27.-Upon the the wishes of the local
Tvre: is still some excitement but the carrying ammunlmtion to his son. He application named Livingston of New York police department and several hundred committee I
j.'iation is now under full controL was warned not to approach the house of Ambrose Monell Thomas Morris commenced questioning the witnesses. citizens searched for him until a, expressing regret at the deplorable "
but did not heed the warning and was and John McLeod alleging the in- WILL Chavis's friends at once took chargeof late hour. The soldier was in uniformand condition of the local postoffice and ,,'"
solvency of the DISCUSS endorsing Rix M. Robinson, and Bruce
Vardaman Returns. shot dead as he neared the door. It railroad the chancery him and Livingston escaped witha will have to return to Fort Renoor I
court this afternoon appointed F. E. |I S. Weeks for postmaster and United J.
Meridian Dec. 27.-Governor Var- was then that a negro, for a rewardof broken arm and bruised head. become a deserter. .
Dewey and J. States marshal respectively.
Lewis Dantzler receiv ,
daman and the militia, returned this five dollars crawled to I
ers for the Mobile Jackson and Kansas The meeting was presided over bj! .
evpning from the of the late
troubles in the vicinity scene of Scooba. the Imprisoned house and negro set It was on cremated.Lee fire and. the City railroad running from Mo- C I CHARTER hall:Mark over S. White Muller's and store.was held in the j I I :
There is danger of further violence Pope's condition Is critical He 360 miles.Middleton Tenn., a distanceof BANQUET The first matter to be considered !
there and confidence has
restored has been taken to Selma for treat. was the Pensacola postoffice. Regret
Dewey :,
was formerly general manager :;
ment, while Zeke
Pope will recover of the road and ousted was expressed by some of the mem.
Both races worked harmoniously for about eighteen months was MEMBERS OF THE Y. M. C. A. bers it is stated. over the unsatisfactory
ON CHARGE OF the capture of Jones. T. ago and succeeded condition of the office and the ..r.
by Whittlesey, of Toledo SERVICE ; dissatisfaction existing in the city ..
present general mana '
over the administration of the office

COUNTERflTINGCOLUMBIAN C CAR R SHORTAGEDElAYING ger. President of Road Talks. Of, Boys7 Department, Was and Postmaster the service Korthopwho rendered. is a mem.' '

New BISHOP SMITH ber of the committee was present and
York Dec. 27.-President Rob-
REPUBLIC PESO erson of the Mobile Jackson and Board of Works to Endeavor Held',Last Night in As- I I made an explanation as to the unsatisfactory '
I service stating that the small--
Kansas City railroad: in a statement
NOTES FOR ROCKAWAY PRO. today says: "Action was without no- to Increase Number of sociation Building.FIRST pay received by the employees was t
largely responsible for this condition.
FESSOR IS ARRESTED IN tice to the company and was entirely Lights. HRUTHE5lAST I This statement, however did not S
eiparte. I know of no reason for -
seem to satisfy the republicans for
NEW YORK. the move. The company is not in ANNUAL EVENT PROVED the following resolution was nnani ,
default in the interest due, the bond
1 uv i-'ES, nor of-Vaym ..forall-eied- 'Aeial ( kie TO. BE .A .MOST ENJOYABLE AFFAIR J mously passed:
iessLea Board of '
.....,- : S "Be It Resolved, By the Republican
m it. The' company has made' preparations Public Works has been called for this VEVERAU in Executive Committee of Escambla '-
Vew York, Dec. 27.-J. D. Sulsons AND ADDRESS. Died Ashcville N. C.,Last
5d: to be the head of the school of to pay all interest on the bonds afternoon, when the question of a better county. Tla, that the service of tha
linkages; in far Rockaway was ar- due on January 1, but now the in- lighting service in me city is to ES WERE, DELIV'ERED. I Night-Was FiftySevenYears postoffice at Pensacola has been so ,
sted here today by secret service junction forbids the disbursement of be disriisspd. It is nrobable- that I unsatisfactory and exasperating to the
gents; on the charge of being implicated any of the funds of the company. The other matters may also come up at public, that a proper regard for thei
In the plan to counterfeit hun Lumber and Timber Reach- earnings exceed the expenses and I this session, but the object of the The first annual banquet of the .,Old.- j I repute of the party. as well as for the ,
dreds of peso notes of the Columbian will take immediate steps" for the_ removal meeting Is to discuss,the lighting ser charter members of the boys depart- {interest of the community. requiresa

republic. Two others were arrested ing Here SlowlyLighters of the receivers. vice.The ment of the Y',.M.: C. A. was held By Associated: Press.Aeheville I change of postmaster.". .
I Robinson Endorsed.It
here and one in Porto Rico on simi- board will endeavor to Increase last night and proved. .to be a very Dec. 27.-Bishop A. Coke' ;
lai charges three days the number of arc lights to a successful affair. Smith of the Methodist Episcopal was then moved and unanimously :
ago. Also Scarce.The considerable extent, locating them in The boys, numbering about forty, church died here tonight, aged fifty- carried that Rix M. Robinson, be endorsed

INVESTIGATION shortage of cars is. being felt R RAILROADS TO various portions of the city to the gathered at the Y. M. C. A. building seven.years. He was born in Lynchburg the local for appointment office. as postmasterat i

to some extent in Pensacola as it is best advantage. Some additional about 6:30: o'clock and with the invited ,S.C.In eighteen hundred and for' It is stated by those who were -
money has been allowed by the coun-< guests assembled in the rooms' assigned ty-nine and graduated from Wofford
In many: other places, and ships now present that during these proceedingsPostmaster J
IN RUSSIA in port are being delayed to some extent cil for Street lighting and It is the to this department. College in Spartanburg.: He entered Northup took his leave '
desire of the board to contract with Among the Invited guests were the the South Carolina conference shortly
on account of the mills being unable I I and did not return to the meeting.
-- to secure cars to ship lumber and BE PROSECUTED the electric light company for an increase gentlemen who are most) Interestedin after graduation and has been Jumped on State Committee.
CHARGES timber to port. Another source of an- in the number of lights. the work of the Y. II. C. A.. and pastor of the churches: at Cheraw, Columbia Much dissatisfaction 'was expressedby
OF CORRUPTION IN noyance and delay la' the scarcity of particularly the boys department. Charleston, and 'other cities. the members of the committeeat
NAVY DEPARTMENT DURING lighters in port many of them having Those who made addresses were Professors He has been a. member of the .faculties what they termed the summary and
been either destroyed or badly damaged H. Clay Armstrong and P. B. of Vanderbilt University and Wof-- despotic action of the officers of the
PERIOD OF GRAND DUCAL RE. during the storm Secretary Wilson Reports TWO 0 BUILDINGS Magee. General Secretary J. IL Sherilland ford college in South Carolina. In Republican State Committee and the ,
Two or three steamers am now- ho. \r_ -K. liver.'. Jr_ 1902 he was elected bIshop.SOUTHERN National Committeeman in passing! ,
GIME. ing delayed by the merchants being After supper, which consisted of noon and onAnrcfnsv- !' nartioa- fm on. I
unable to get lumber and timber from Nine Cases of Violationof the following courses, addresses.were PACIfICfIREMAN'SSTRIKE J pointment) ; positions in Pensacola $

the mills and it was stated on tht made: and 'West Florida at the meeting recently -
Sy Associated Press. waterfront yesterday afternoon that 36-Hour Law.By TO BEFITTED Oysters on the Half Shell held in Jacksonville, without
St Petersburg Dec. 27.-A strong the shortage of cars was responsiblefor Olives Celery Pieties consulting the local committee, or"
influence is working here to compel this condition but that Pensacolais I Cold Roast Beef giving them an opportunity to participate ''
thf'1 authorities to institute an investigation not suffering to any greater extent Associated: Press. Mashed Potatoes French Pea in the meeting. It Is stated that
: into the charges of corruption I than any other port or city. Washington Dec. 27.-Secretary Ice Cream Cake By Associated: Press. the members of the state committeewere

In th(> navy during the period of the The condition of some of the Wilson of the department of agricul- UP fOR USE Coffee San Pacific Antonio firemen's, Dec. 27.-The strike accord-Southern -I severely arraigned individuallyand
Grand Ducal regime before the Span- wharves which were formerly used in ture, today reported to the department Nuts Fruit collectively by speakers.At .
kb 'war in providing defective ordinance loading lumber is such that ships can of justice for prosecution nine Prof. H. Clay Armstrong.The ing to statements of the local members the Jacksonville meeting those
be The rail-
and not be loaded from them as heretofore railroads may compromised. endorsed for the Pensacola offices /
armor for the warships and cases against for violation president, Clarence Avery, who road officials that applications for
to which and this causes a heavier demandfor of the say were Opt W IL Xorthnp for post
loss the battle of the Sea of "Thirty-six Hour Law which was toastmaster for the evening positions are being received. in large,
lighters, which not to be master, and T F. McGourin for United ,
Japan are had
is of
attributed.PRESIDENT imposes a penalty five hundred in a eloquent speech introduced
By the City Officials Duringthe very lumbers. The embargo on live stock States marshal. and further i
owing to many of them being out of dollars /or detaining live stock in Prof. H.' Clay Armstrong, and perishable freight will probablybe of the as a expression '.
commission. resentment felt over ; I
transit Secretary Wilson that who "The High Schools' relation
says spoke on raised to-morrow.
ANDFAMILY Period of Building being Ignored the county committee 4 .
COUNTESS CASTELLANE there are several other similar cases to the Boys" Department"Prof.
unanimously endorsed Bruce S. r
MUST PAY TWO BILLSBy pending in his department. Hall. Armstrong spoke very feelingly HEAVY SNOW STORMIN Weeks for the position of United
IN City this subject and brought out
VA. on
THURSDAY States marshal. The meeting then I
Associated Press. I Borne strong points of'study for the 't
Paris Dec. 27. Ttoe three remaining MAGOON EXPLAINS adjourned.To '
boys in this department. The address Be Named Soon.It .
Ev Associated Press.Berlin
ARRIVED AT COUNTRY suits brought by creditors with Owing to the fact that the present seemed to give .the natural Dec. 27.-The heaviest snow Is expected that the president 'will ,
HOME, the object of making Mme. Gould ORDER OF TROOPSTO is to be demolished the thoughts of the speaker in regard to
building soon storm in a dozen winters is raging send thd: names of the parties to fill
PINE KNOT, YESTERDAY AFTER. (formerly Countess Boni de Castel-- Board of Public Works is planning to his subject which he handled in a here to-day, varying from six inches I the Pensacola offices to the senate for -
lane) jointly responsible with the fit np two buildings for occupancy by very impressive manner. The address to six feet. The storm has delayed confirmation early in January. There
NOON, WILL RETURN TO WASHINGTON count for certain claims were decided SANTA CLARA PROVINCE the city officials, and also as a jail was fully appreciated and listened nearly all trains and interrupted,are only three positions to be filled
today. The court. found that and recorders court. to by all present as' was'shown telegraph and telephone service postmaster. marshal and district attorney 'I
MONDAY. she was in no way responsible for MERELY PRECAUTIONARY The council recently authorized the by the hearty applause given. throughout Germany to-day. I and for the latter position it Is .
the claims of M. Ziegler, one of the board to rent the up-stairs portionof Prof. Magee Speak not probable that the present inctrtn- : ,
By Associated Press. I largest creditors who claimed that it .. MEASURE. the building at the corner of Jeff- Toastmaster Avery next introducedProf. bent. Hon. W B. Sheppard win have > j
Chailoitesville, Va., Dec 27.-Presi-, had been the practice of the Castel- erson and Zarragossa streets and this F. B. Magee, he Y. M. C. A. the boys were neglecting] their physical any opposition. Postmaster XorthU '. 11 -
dent and :.Mrs. Roosevelt with their lanes ever since. their marriage to By Associated: Press. 'will be used as a council chamber physical director, who made an address work and that there 'was no bet- term of office expires during the lat. ii.
!t4' children and surgeon General appeal to him to extricate them from Havana,Dec. 27-Governor Magoon and offices for the mayor, clerk and on the work of the physical de-ter form of physical exercise than"ter portion of February and that of tf
Riley. and guests arrived at Pine! financial difficulties but held her stated to-day that the dispatchment tax collector. partment.' Mr. :Magee brought before rowing swimming and other sports the United' States marshal about the ';
**)* at five o'clock to-day. The jointly liable for jewels valued at of the troops to Santa Clara Provincewas Both floors of the building on Zar- the minds of'those present the fact all of which would be engaged in, in Fame date. 'j'
twelve mile! drive from North Garden I $24,000 purchased from Mile. Vera merely as a precautionary measure ragossa street, adjoining Mailers store that "a sound mind goes with a sound the new field for work. Mr. Hyer The present fight between' the tWit ; j
"a without, incident Nimidoff, of Odessa v'ho'sold the and not because of any existing have also been rented. The lower body" and as most of, the boys present "was applauded and congratulated factions In the republican part? .I'f;
:01'l'b. purty will return to Washing- jewels to Count Boni through the in- disorder there. He stated that the floor will be used as an office for the ,were school boys the point was the work he had done toward helping promises to be a lively one and eacfi! '
Monday afternoon. termediary of a jeweler. The court visit of the troops would also enable turnkeys and also as a jail. The cells well taken. He impressed upon them in all lines of the .boys department faction will work hard to land their *';
LEAVES also found that" Mme. Gould wasjointly them to make practice marches in will be moved from the present buildIng not only should they look after their man In office. Those who rjpr hoM .<,
CHRISTMAS liable for the sum of about view of the present concentration of and placed in the one to be occupied mental but their physical being In order John Lewis, representing the boys the offices have the endorsement or t}
TREE TO END LIFE $57,000 the balance due to the Har- the laborers on the sugar plantai- and this will be the only workof that each and every man might department. next addressed an attentive the Renublican State Committee behind '1
py Associated Press. togs for a jewelry bill amounting to tions. 'any extent to be accomplished in enjoy and also be able assembly and called for a vote them while their opponentshav& !

Columbus, Ga.. Dec 27.-Goins about $137,000, provided the bill was moving. to do work that they will have to'do.i of thanks to be made the board 'of been endorsed by the County. Jli
portion of the buildingwill
Borne from a Christmas tree celebra. not paid. Three experta.were appointed ATLANTIC COASTLINE I The op-stairs used as a court room and He recalled the a.dmiration'every boy directors. The young man spoke very Committee. t 1 1IN J

,lion in the evening Wilson M. Mor- to appraise the value of the APPOINTMENTSBy I offices be of the marshal .and recorder. has for a ,strong man _both physicaland enthusiastically and received hearty BISHOP STRIKES
1ev .
\ a.Chattahoomee. county farmer, jewelry. 'work of placing the buildings moral, and: poln.ted'out the fact applause at the conclusion of his
a ed :!! Years Placed a revolver at Associated Press. in The condition and moving will probably that. on the" average the strong men remarks. FRENCH OFFICER 1 1p
hIs had directly behind the ear pullel ,BROWNSVILLE WilmingtOn Dec. 27. Cne follow. during the latter portionof physically are the strong men mentally Secretary J. H., SherilL '
. the trigger, and shortly afterward BEGINSBrowns ing Atlantic Coast Line appointments commence next week and will be occupied by and morally. The speaker was Was the last speaker of the even-in?.1 ." IctocUted PresoXanee. t j f
".3.5.a corpse.Iystery envelopes the INQUIRY have been announced to be'-effective the city officials until the new city heartily applauded His talk was upon "A Larger Boys' France' Dec. 27-Bishon LetS r
suicide! as there Is no known "cause Associated Press. January 1: Owen Page, superintendent tall is completed and also the new The Boat Club Property.Mr. Department. and was thoroughly enjoyed rlnaz was fined ten dollars today rOt i
for tie deed. hI Tesas,' Dec. 27.-Assistant of the third division, headquarters police> headquarters. Wr. K. Hyer, Jr_ was next in- by the young men. He commented striking a Gendarme who was expell- : j
He was a man of good habits and United'States Attorney,Purdy at Jacksonville to succeed H. P. troduced and made known in an extemporaneous upon the spirit shown by the In him from the Episcopal residence .

vas apparentl i iu good spirits when and other representatives of the gov- Connelly, transferred to Sanford, EX.SENATOR CAFFERY STILLDANGEROUSLY address the facts regarding boys of the department, which 'was MYSTIC SHRINERS TOMEET
he left the the boat: club property which most commendable and themto
community Christmas en- ernment today began an inquiry into Florida, as superintendent of the ILL
t tt.J.inmep.t.. for hom lIe wee" tlnllaiTied the facts of the riot of the negro sol Jacksonville. diatridt; G. D. McClellan has been lately acquired by the Y. M. work to increase the membershipof IN MEXICO ,

and llved with his mother, diers of the Twenty-fifth Infantry trainmaster at Charleston to be superintendent By Associated Press a ;.. this department lie also asked By Associated' Press-
h1i: brother and 8i terIIe was a here last August. The proceedings of the Fayetteville division New Orleans, Dec. 27.-The crisisIs Mr. Hyer urged the boys to do all them to asefet in the work of beautifying City of Mexico.Dec.27-The 'entertainment
half brother Jf? Richard ].. Salter. of are secret Only four .witnesses were Vice Page; C. M. Brand, chief expected tonight in the illness or in their power to help..make the club the building and grounds. Hi* of the Mystic Shriners from
COlUnibu. The funeral took Place examined, and ,it 'will ,require several dispatcher at Charleston to succeed former United States Senator Caterj. house a popular place among the boys talk to the-'roung men was one which the United States in January will be. '
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the queen of Sheba arrayed in.. of Cinderella Just before the coming of s fragile are the fabrics used that one I i appreciative of* the possibilities of is of black chiffon trimmed with lace mounted over white 'moire silk The pompons of ostrich feathers .
It her finest apparel should appear her fairy godmother. At least she i marvels how any hands save those of chiffon.: Other materials come and go; and Jetted passementeries.. full empire girdle and draped sleeves are of and graceful is the white mousx-ai
IF! in a modem ballroom among the I I would feel mighty dowdy and "out of i sprites and elves could conjure them ., but chiffon has ''-established itself too' skirt weighted at the bottom with I white chiffon. It took a Parisian artistto dress studded with mother-.; -."!'; .I
II smartly gowned women guestser it." The season's evening dresses ,are \i: to gowns. i I j deeply in feminine favor to be sup- bands of wide satin ribbon. Another think of fntroducing'oa the velvet sequins. A feature of this crew: T '
sensation would be somewhat that gorgeous beyond description and sot| Experience seems to make us more planted. One of the gowns illustrated loVely French creation is of black net adorned skirt and V shaped bodice the long hanging sleeve; draperies.

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Xov. 10.-The*e are some which she remarks with the air of a I which this modern Sindbad offers his work of narrow bands of moleskr. *:.*
who possess an In- saint. "Really the coiffure of the present q1I P illill I( .ft1 I 1i i IIi.l I{IlliIt.l.! ... I I I ffllil! f r Illl l l I I Iln "1 IIIlniirlI clients is are alike embroidered kid. It opened in front
for dress that is as sure day gets more and more impossibleand + xcept perhaps in sings, and when de- over a blouse of ecru guipure in
needle to the pole but I do not know where we shall really sred the design is- given with the ar- Ivory vat Her Lamballe bat was 11
f there are a lot more who never" had. E'nd.Pour thing! Her clothes M a<'le purchased. The gems are set taupe colored felt with a full crown
4 ind. sadder still never will have this must:; be actual torture to her and one with real dia nonds! If they enter into black spotted net over ruchtnga of pin:
neat gift. The good fairies bestowedit would forgive her all and help her suf- Jie composition and always in 18 carat chiffonSeveral shaded feathers tdl>
upon the Parisian at birth and from fer if only the result were beautiful.We gold or platinum. It is now quite a ing loose at the back looked as If the
the cradle to the grave these mon- common thing for'wealthy Parisians to contemplated (raving the creation al-
1 dames are chic that indescribable :ve duplicate se"ts\of jewels. "'hich M. together.
something" that means: everything In all have' our failings, I reckon '!"t>Cla makes for them In such a perfect This peculiar arrangement of feathers
the world of modes. The women who and I. who pride myself upon knowinghow = :manner: that no human eye can detect Is one of the special: novelties of thseason >
+ t possess; :; this instinct never have to be to apply the latest fashions havano i ) KCcr:9u&'t' he difference .My lady wears the and the more careless and ui
told how to put on a garment quite instinct for deciphering time table, { = I nanufaotured) gems with,a light heart finished your feathers look the mo'
E new to them or one they have never and sometimes it is with difficulty that 4j Th; M ) while the real and priceless jewels are certain you may be that the hat is
I tell which Is my right hand and
-afely locked In the vault.
worn. It is impossible for them to ( the movement.
describe; how or why they Know the which is my left But a truce to this / I aked a clerk about the wonderful The entente cordlale between Pram '
rambling, for I have a piece of real = 2 ,discoveries SI. Tecla. 'is "
place in which the particular article j "Ah madame. and Kngland blossoming" in all <
should be put: they "just do know." fashion news for you actually new was the answer, "nobody knows but the red'ions. English phrases even Ent-
But perhaps the most dreadful sinner news-we are returning to droop'assleeves. s .tged Tecla himself. We can only tell lash fashions are considered "quit r
i'l against sartorial law is the woman who The pelerine effects which are e you that the- pearls are made from rect" In French circles and as to *
mt, insists upon buying the "latest thing'"' so popular have led up to this development round small particles of the .orient Englishman his 1s indeed the paI
and refuses to wear it as it should be The pelerine and the puffed up 'earl with a real scale of skin on the triumphant.
i worn. Such a woman will buy a much sleeves! could not agree: one had Is: 5e utside. The rubies, emeralds and sap- Staying at a French country hour
i';f tilted hat and put it so flat on her head give way to the other. :Fortunately the 1, (hires are.made from the ground chips .not .long ,ago I was surprised to h
r that one is lost in wonder how she more aesthetic style has won and I == of the real gems,but. what the processof my hostess; speak of a new arrival
'I would not be if should $ "
:: achieved this difficult feat. She will surprised -we = cohesion Is'we 'do not know. quite the most amusing man ab
? insist upon elbow sleeves, though to readopt the three-quarter sleeve accompanied s w cn : i : I ItY In the'Tecla collection are long ear- town." It would be hopeless to
, hear her talk one would imagine her by a balloon or frills of rings such as' -there worn during the and quote the good things that a
I whole life a struggle against tnem and lingerie reaching to the wrist, such as == period 'of-'the first erfcpire. They have presented "to us during the visit of

, :?;: that it was impossible" to come across was revived a few years ago and found been'revh.t and will! grace the ears amusing Scotchman but the night
:; any other sort and then she "fills themtip" so becoming if a trifle unpractical.. Jf Stl. 1 of the belles of this winter., The eccentric fore he left the house he assistei '
we' are'wearing here in Paris .r
-'t( with clumsily: built cuffs and inappropriate And fad Adopted "by a fashionable at the birth of a phrase which will
: ; frills. This same woman theater frocks cut rather low in the woman'several seasons-ago of wearinga quickly die-at least in one Pan >.
neck. They are not as decollete as the = fltlrf.a. white pear! In the right ear and .'
; ippears with big veils attached to the .. r- a circle. The chef had developed
\> lack of her hats, regardless that mostf regulation evening bodice' .but the neckis black one in the left is. taken up again. during the afternoon and a whlspr
the new modes have avoided this more In evidence' than when a St. They are of enormous! size and are fitted "tea and sandwiches" crept thr -
1 fashion. She pins them up and loops Cecilia cut is worn. An old world with screw*. These earrings If of the house. There was a dinner' *
them touch to such a toilet is an inch wide = real pearls would cost anywhere from "
back and
I I here there or twists "on, and every one condoled wit
j f them around her neck until she appears band of black velvet around the throat == $:00 to ISO*. Madame 'secures the hostess. The latter with an exaspr -
i-t to be trying to commit suicide. Just under the ears. This effective s Tecla variety for U twentieth of these ingly contented smile said qu: T
l She talks band is fastened with a small pearl pin. sums. '
disparagingly of throw over = I "Every one will be charmed. Earl
furs and feather stoles: and ties, but preferably an heirloom. Veh'et. bands H meaning the amusing man-Is rAt
t. Is downright angry when asked Why adorned' with pearl tassels on the ends: 6e We begin "the" winter I this moment a man who
furnish another. treatment the season In
same '
wear them since you dislike them so. : Paris with the salon d'automne. This I reasons .not unconnected with a pa
and they are out of fashion now?" theme. .' V. > rr i 6 I I sounds like"a. bull but It isthe simple gray eyes and a crimson'carnation
:' Above all things she is positive she I R truth. The gowns at the Vernissageon l not attracted by the big Scotch:
+! suet look fashionable if I'he'e ,:,' fashionable thing. But, oh. "the dif I wonderful man here'at the capital who == was the c*sf ume worn--by Gabrielle the fellow cook as well as talk*" > '
ference to me" and to all of us who has revolutionized the jewelry marts of ::s DorztaT; who Is making such a hostess scarcely'lifted her.eyes. a
know anything about !a mode! Still I the world II., Tecla the alchemist, 2E' t f ti I' p; :9 hit at the Vaudeville. It was of gray replied sweetly: "Oh. yes! lie >. '
If one hints that she is martyring herself who in his laboratory has imitated the blue velvet that charming' shade that mous for his hachls des imbeciles
for the sake of de mode fancy allIs i II TALB '',1.
a finest gems in existence. Pearls are Doucet has made so popular. The
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not tell by any means. his specialty although hU rubies princess skirt "trimmed at the hem

$ r would test an expert's powers of Detection 5 with elaborate braidings which exactly! Tile Little GIvve Il..dkerebl'.,.
M. Tecla has establishment, = matched the 'velvet and with applications Those that are clever needle r
I am riding this hobby rather hard I' or as the French say "succursale." In of suede edged with narrow bands find it quite possible-to make th
:'t; know, but these people are to Impossible -, the' Boulevard Hausmann., There Is of mink. Wlmrl-saw Dorziat she; was glove handkerchief at home and
that 1 am sure you will let me have no hint of a shop in this charming i landing.before the sensational pictureof of Its most attractive designs. 'I'I v
lust on-- or two more canters. ."Well If atelier. One Is shown into a Louis >Cx/ C r the -salon l that of Miss Ruth St. first cut down a large handkerc--
this woman: who glories In her-ignot salon, where everything bespeaks the Denis the American girl who has taken the right size and then roll in '. "1
t rance wears a short' skirt it is either I period of that luxury loving monarch. all Paris by storm with' her Hindoo tightly the raw edge on all side. '
just: long enough to dip in the mud'all ] Ths jewels are displayed In cabinets of dances. With 'the actress was a 'chic little roll is finally overhanded *, '
round or"so short that one wonders If exquisite workmanship 'and about the I little woman :Wearing an exquisite heavy linen thread of some COI-T
she can know her own ankles by sight salon are little tables where the cus- 0IIllq gown of old rose faced cloth built on then overhanded round again !in '
i and. if not. how she avoids doing so.! tomer sits to examine the exhibits *
just | tailored lines. The skirt was round, opposite direction. This cross. \;
Any new fashion in hairdressing completely I as she would a famous collection art '' l l lli lll alllli I ,rt clearing the ground by about an Inch, the overhand stitches forms I
t1",1 floors her. She pretends to dislike I treasures. There are dazzling, neck and on the hem there were medallions small colored crosses over r
every new style as it comes in. but I laces ot rubies and. pearls that rival in of glove kid surrounded by embroideries which borders the handkerchi w
attempts a copy of it, which ends in appearance the famous strands of the 1 I THE 'LATEST DEVELOPMENT IN PARISIAN' THEATER FROCKS Irf rathercoarse-*. The bolero the glove handkerchief is of fin '
Cailure OJ. a perfect caricature ou gawjur. ** ...r--" of Italy An advantage was a quaint affair a sort of trellis- It is edi'ed'ith Valenciennes tats.ff.i .


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Don't Miss Our Overcoat Carnival. ', For .the Fire Department ,I I ,Nick's Restaurant Z

Paying One Thousand

Here are $2:5.00> Coats masquerading under a $20.00 price ticket; $20.00 Coats reduced to $16.00; TZ
Dollars For Them.Four
$15.00 Coats going at 1200. .., I i A

Do not imagine these Coats-are the common ready-made variety. They :are re dJ'-to?-wear,' 'but fine horses 'we're purchased The best Poultry, Eggs, Fish. Game, Fruit :

they were made singly, hand-tailoredwh: re hand work would improve, them. machinery used where yesterday afternoon by: a special com- and Vegetables, Wines, Beer and Liquors i:

mechanical work would benefit t'lel11.' and brains used at: every step. : mittee representing the" Board of Pub \ that are brought to 'Pensacola are purchased +*
Here is your chance to save $3 to $6 on every: Overcoat purchase.--By buying'now will get lic Safety for use in the depart-
you ment. The committee was "composedof by Nick Apostle for this restaurant. You get 4
the full benefit of the season's wear. ".-- \. : .:": Mayor Bliss, and Messrs.' McGaug- :
-" '". 0 j .' ,!: ts? : hey and OHver. The sum paid for the very best.of, everything here. They all try .Z r
See our north window for a few styles and prices: ,. .-\: } f? I

.This is a strictly cash sale. ',' f the-animals Recently when was 1000.the board was given if to imitate Nick's ,place, bunheycan't.

money' by the' council to purchase n
new stock, it was:'decided to appoint
a committee to make the purchase.The .
Thiesen Standard Clothing Company. > latter had W.' R. 'iaylor & Co. llNIC'K'APOSTLEiPROPRIETOR.
Building. purchase four large horses In Tennessee I |
where he went to secure some :
for himself. They were secured upon

.._ 'condition that if they proved satisfactory :: it -: j
to the committee and were
found to be sound alter an examina ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: !
TURTON & BELL. tion by a veterinary. Yesterday the ,
PMOTOGRAPHSRS SINE. 18701"lk Amateurs.. CHRISTMAS TREE AT committee had this examination made ".m ... .. "" j "'"
Supplittc.! SHIP FERRERA and finding the horses to be satis- ,

COTTRELLFINE THE NORWEGIAN 'CHURCH' factory purchase.decided to make a conditional ;

PHOTOGRAPHS. The animals weigh between 1,300 : ; I IThere Ii

Pensacola. Fla. I and 1,400 pounds each and are believed -
Tn BE T TOiED i iEvent" department to,be well fitted. for, service, in the, BuyNowPayLater c -

R. K. WHITE, Last Night Was, One It has been the policy,of the.boardin
H!j1Ct": kcr.Manufacturing l..ei*r. M< Graduate I AMUSEMENTS.: J purchasing stock for, the fire department -i;
Cp*..can.30 S. Palatox: Street renmola. Fit. ; to but and )
none large
of the:Enjoyable Affairs f buy .1 '
TO MOBilE powerful animals. as it has keen found '-

Told of the Season. Lat ,Night's Play.A that the smaller horses are unable to s_ no, need. not being able to give'with'such' a f

Tersely regular record-breaking audience stand The'the work won.derfuI.selling plan as this. Rockers '$t25 to $15. 1
T wag.out.last night to see that '"Musi board will also purchase in a .i.
Mr and Mrs. W. J. Williams, Jr.,' cal Cocktail," called "The Royal Chef." few days,1,000 feet of new hose for 1
WAS GIVEN FOR OFFICERS AND Druggets $'$15. gideboards $15 to $65. Clocks
cf Hilton, were, among the visitors Where She Is To-Be Docked This piece is just an ordinary comic the fire department. Bids have been 1

ID the city yesterday. MEN' OF SHIPS IN PORT, BUT opera easily reaching.the average. It called for: and will be opened at the Pictures,.:Ranges, Mattings, Shades and everything r
For Repairs to the has, like most of them, its merits and next, meeting._ .
Capt T. E. Welles, who has been I
WAS ATTENDED BY RESIDENTSWHO demerits, but,there is quite enough in required for.the'home. ", '* .-- N. i
confined to his home for several days, The CaiMOB Fog. ,
( Hull.The it .to satisfy anybody. The songs,
nil ia his office yesterday. ASSISTED IN :MAKING, .THE I while none were 'particularly striking!! In an air lock it Ia common practice .
Capt. J. Ed. O'Brien. president of I were pleasing, especially w.asthis, true l Lb note that while unlocking-that'Is, ZZ i
the National Bar Pilots Association, Ferrera,which EVENING ,PLEASANT FOR THE I of "Take Me Back to Chicago," and I,I coming through the lock and as the Iiit
Is In the city and Is being warmly Portuguese ship MEN. "O'Reilly,' ,and "What's the Matter. I pressure, is being reduced by opening: I ,
was recently floated, is to be towed to
greeted by his many friends. )Mobile where she will be docked with My Man in the Moon." 1 1'I. i]I the discharge valve-a fog accnmul.ates. I
The chorus carries aJarge 1 i thick as the temperatures and
becoming :
L. M. Levey left last night for New and repairs made, to the bull The 'I. company 'i !
York to the stock of the' in Christmas, celebrated at number of people, among ,which are pressure are lowered. The writer at MARSTON&QUINA
purchase sporting contract for placing: ship sea- .wa the I i
goods!: for the new Hooton-Levey Co. worthy condition has been awardedto Norwegian" church on South Palates! i some very ,pretty gjrls. The costumes : one time was attacked by the bends or ..

which will begin buslnes in the the Gulf Machine Works, and Inasmuch Street'.last..night, and but few, of the I scenery were was; very nothing:pretty extra., but the I i f the,caisson*disease, after coming out 108;110 S,''Palaf ox St Phone 149, Pensacola, Fla. .
Mount building about Feb. 1. as it Is necessary to place the I of the-old Hudson river tunneL He i .
readers of these fines have any con- I The comedians fell a little short,: .
There will be Christmas servicesat ship in dock the company; decided to ception of the uniqueness and touching ;but there was enough'of'natural'comedy I was promptly taken into the ''ho pltal,! ..........It. .-........i... ..............t. .........J j
have her towed to Mobile. but horizontal
nothing a
the First Baptist church Sunday was,
beauty of that celebration of the in the play to offset this defect-
morning. On Sunday night there The stern of the vesel was badly birth of the Savior of the world. Miss Gertrude Hutchesonmade an I tank about the size of a common locomotive rorm+ one of the requirements of life. t'
will be baptismal services for those'who damaged, and a big anchor from an- The celebration was ostensibly' a admirable "Princess Teto." She is II boiler. The pressure, amounting Clean I I' Clothes I Tours will always be clean If you
have united with the other vessel was driven through the send them to
recently Christmas tree for the officers and as' pretty as'a rose and sings beauti at that time to some thirty pounds o
church. hull during the storm, which caused seamen of the ships from all of fully.' was admitted, and It acted instantly to The New Method Laundry -; ":
her to sink. The
anchor' has been
Sheriff Mitchell of Milton, who has !removed and made. Scandinavian now in port but in reali- relieve pain and to produce normal eon- PHONE 1188 E. W..LAWRENCE. Prop. We. Vith 4 Uantfrj Bldj. W. ROVA1 sr ti'
been III for some time, passed throughthe temporary repairs ty it was a gathering-an eminently w. aDaACly. I ditions. He was told to open the throttle AGENTS WANTED. 'if
city yesterday en route to Mobile Yesterday the ship was towed respectable and devoutly respectable Benjamin Harris Brewster, one time' valve and' let the 'pressure out so
"where he will, be treated by one of 'alongside or 'another damaged vessel gathering-of all of Pensacola's attorney general was a_ most unique I that he might open the door. As be did "' "' ';;' "' d
in the harbor
began loading about
the physicians of that city. Scandinavian citizens to make merry character. 'According to,his idea he I this he noticed that the temperaturewas
: two hundred tons of ballast that
Hon. W. A. Blount, who has been 'she can make the trip to so Mobile. the Christmas tide for the men and was always faultlessly attired, and his : gradually lowered and at a certain 'MUSIclJJiiss'o'
confined to his home for several days After the hull is repaired the vessel boys of their race who "go down to makeup once seen won,\\d,,never be forjotte'n -! point known as the dew point, be 50 FREEFor
in fact,'
vith an attack of':la grippe the sea in ships. It was a He usually wore a.bell shaped: 1
was reported will be brought back here and load delightful l function, a really inspiring J J was enveloped In fog. The pain return. i
yesterday afternoon as being6ome"'hat cargo. scene to one who had never before I, white silK high bat with long whiskers ed about this time, so! that be shut off
improved, which will be witnessed one of these celebrations on it, a plaited and frilled white shirtfront the discharge valve and opened the

received with pleasure by his many GOOD WORK AT before. The brain and brawn and with a high standing collar car cock admitting compressed air. The

Mends.: the grace and beauty of Pem acola's j 1 dinal necktie pr scarf, buff waistcoat, fog immdiately disappeared, the tem- few weeks offer those who
Regarding the statement that he Scandinavians was there, and it mat-', maroon colored Prince Albert coat perature was slightly increased and the a we 'J J
had been sick half the time duringthe POWER PLANT tered not whether the sailor, whose with gold buttons, yellow trousers pain stopped. This condition was repeated
holidays and consequent big rushat function it was, was the master of aj patent leather shoes and soft frilled several times so'that here is a buy a piano or organ from us 50 Free || '1
the police station. Turnkey :Mike ship or the master's cabin boy he was cuffs, which matched his shirt front means by which artificial fog may be
Murphy wishes it understood that ne I TWO I LARGE GENERATORS SET UP recognized and treated In the spiritof I. around his wrists. On the thumb of produced at wilL The same physical MUSIC Lessons. Cut out the following i !
was< not off duty one hour, and each the occasion-as a man, one of 'l
I his left hand was an amethyst: ring laws apply in the production of fog as I
day served his twelve hours on duty. AND CONNECTED WITHIN children to celebrate the'
come encircled with perfectly matched diamonds In the condensation ef moisture on the and mail it to whether j ji -f
natal day of His Son whom 'He sent coupon ]
Forty- ne cases were on the muniffSl win- ,
FOUR MONTHS.A and the world. I and a bunch of old fashioned exterior of an Ice pitcher or on a >
to redeem save
court docket yesterday morning seals in heavy gold settings dangled dow pane in winter time.-Compressed
for trial. Of this number Reverend Johanes Helle pastor'of I i piano or is wanted
seven cases a :
I his fob. This his
were continued, one defenaant discharged -, the mission, was in charge of the r from watch was Air Magazine.Sweet ::1
illustration celebration, Mid master, and I usual makeup when he attended to
one turned over to the count striking of modern every ... ,
of the sailors business at his office, which was in the Simplicity.In v ,"
authorities, several given jail sen- progressiveness and the ability of the more than a hundred i T r I II
from the Norwegian, Swedish, Dan- old Freedmen's bank building opposite the old days there was a professorof :
tences of from ten to days,
men handling the work, can be seen I COUPON.
and fines imposed amounting to $85. ish and Finnish ships-the ships from i the treasury department, or visited psychology at Dartmouth who was "i .
at the plant of the local light and all of the Baltic states were there. I the United States supreme court to so abstruse that It U doubtful If at

Order the "Best Ever Made," Blue II power company. There within a From floor to ceiling, and from i participate in cases which .concerned times he fully understood himself."One I I wish"to buy a.- .. .... .,..and(( please r :
the back of the edifice the > >; :
the to
Ribbon Vanilla. Absolutely pure, period of four months,two large generators altar government His voice was pitched day be was profounder than usual. He
Foes twice as far and the, "Blue Rib have been installed and connected church was decorated with the flags!!I in a high key and this peculiarity lectured for nearly an hour on topics
bon Flavor" Is one to furnish for tire Of all the nations of Scandinavia,and r ; ;
Ask forthe
perfection. power with
I. was intensified by his sartorial getup, away over In the back of the book. send me a ,Catalogue,
'-5c size.DUEL operation of cars and the other cur overhead and to either side of the
which made him conspicuousat The class was dazed. It was far above '
rent for light and beat. entrance to the church, "Old Glory"was always I
IN LOUISIANA These Improvements have moved draped in graceful folds.: any gathering. Apparently be was their heads: and they did not under offer of free-musiolessons.
I I his stand the edges of it. When he to your fifty: ,
along continually, notwithstandingthe Immediately In front of the altar oblivious of the sensation which even l j
TURPENTINE CAMPBy j many obstacles to be overcome, stood an enormous Christmas tree appearance:almost invariably created. had finished, the old man took out his j11

i the delay In securing the materialand brilliantly illuminated with varicolored Charleston News. watch and said genially: "Now, there. Name ;_ ....K-,. .;-:,.:,-""..,:-.: . ._.,,..;,.:."...., ,1'
Associated Pre... I the vast amount of repair workto candles and bedecked with sparkling are ten minutes of the hour remaining.If ,
Lake Charles La., Dec. 27.-In a I be done on account of the September ornaments. This tree has liter Tea Acre Eneneb. any student desires to ask me a I I'" !

duel 1 at a turpentine camp near here]. hurricane. Within a short. time ally laden with remembrancestokensof Many a man who has gone into business question. I shall be glad to answer It ftJ.. '. .,.,. .. .0.. 4. .,., ..._.:..:.:......-=-e. ;.+.,.:-e:<... (
today, Sug Riley was shot and killed now the citizens of Pensacola wid love from the "folks at home" for with the notion that.he must havean to the best of my ability." The class { !r j jI.
_ by John Winnfield. Three negroes I have an opportunity experiencing the officers and men of the Scandinavian succeed tat in a stupor. The professor waited t '
who were watching tie duel were fa- ships now,l ip in port. extensive plant In order undertaken to too for a time and then said: "Is'there no I BusinessE. ...... .:.::.:.:.h. ....:_ ...,.. R..a... t .
'wounded. Riley has been arrested. I I In the anteroom more properly has found that be has 3
to aekl There
who has
speaking, in the reading room of the much. This was the experience of an one a question 1 l
. ,_ several minutes that
-- ------- church, tables literally groaning with Arkansas farmer, who for many years are remaining I
Always Remember the hall $ e refreshments consisting' of sandwiches fitfully tilled a farm of 200 acres without could be pro tably employed. Finally 'II.
mo O \i A PX. cakes, coffee, chocolate fruits, ,making at any time a comfortable one student put up a reluctant band. E. FORBES PIANO CO
JjraUveCeres carnrayt bon bons, etc' were set and ''were living. At last he sold! the land to fire "Ah" said the professor, "you have a .
8 CoM ; 2hn(9. ';: "' 25ci. served by the Pensacola ladies of 'the I Italian families', who took forty acres question. What is Itr "What time is '
congregation, and no sailorman or citizen It?" stammered the student-Saturday
traveler who passedthat I.
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who was there could have left 'I each. A northern Evening Pat. JAMES 0. Mgr. Mobile :.
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i. The national anthems of Norway,I' neatness! and evident Worship a Devz. ,
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SURPLUS SUPPLYELBERTAAND 4 Sweden Denmark Finland and America small farms entered Into'CODt'erilation When Dean Swift was called to the ........................................--1NNN.N. !
P 1'erelDg; and the most ;unique with- one of.the proprietors. living of Loracor he inaugurated the ALLIE RIERA FRED SCHAD T
| CARMEN eaces I It feature of the celebration was the I II "How' much land have your he custom of reading prayers on Wednesday i

singing by the sailors, as they march i asked. and,Friday. At the first Wednesday

ino: to three-feet stock at 5 cents each. Klondyke ed around the Ohristmas tree of the-,, "Forty acres," said the Italian. service he waited hi vain for anf i GEM SALOON
t I Christmas hymns of all of the nations I "Is It all In tillager"No one to appear except his clerk Roger.At I i
\ and Lady Thomson Strawberry Plants at $2.50 pert I represented there. Recitations from I, indeed! exclaimed the farmer. length be began, "Dearly beloved i
Ibsen. Bjornsen Wergeland, Wel-i attend RIERA & SCHAD Proprietors. j i'I
thouand.: "Ten 8Cl'H-are all one man can. Roger, the Scriptures moveth you and <

\ .VI other stock in proportion.Yrite for price list and haven an and original Runeberg poem were dedicated rendered to, to. I bought the rest for my sons." me in sundry places," and so proceeded Domestic i

t at once. Address Z Haakon the young king of Norway, i farm Ten to acres most may Americans seem, like but carefully a small to the. end of the service.Harper'SWeek11. I ; drsd 11
old man" WinenUq:
of was Pensacola's recited by the Scandinavian"grand citi: cultivated It produced for the Italian I II I and Cigars i atT ;

; C. R. LONG Nurseryman Andalusia I Ala' I zens, Mr. P. J. McKenzie Oerting. more revenue than 200 had for the pre- Pepper. I
: ; At eleven o'clock the distribution of. Tious, owner-Youth's Companion. Black and white pepper are from the :
*..... NNN N NNNilmultllflffdllhIuhIIIImN.+ .... the presents on the Christmas tree same round seed of a tropical plant :2[ All Leading Brands of Beers. ,{Iii

P::' occurred and It was indeed a' pleasing I The white is ground after the black DELICATESSAN LUNCH ROOM IN CONNECTION.s,

... ...... sight to witness the fair haired,i outer skin baa been removed. That Is '
.HuB.. .. Get Ridof '
blue eyed boys, (some of them mere the only difference. The white Is considered I Whiskies in :
The Brands of
lads) aad men receive the gifts' that 1 less Irritating to the stomach.It .
YOUR GROCER RECOMMENDS I were\, there from mothers,' sweetheartsand i Scrofula Is also preferred for dishes consistIng Stock: '
wives in faraway Norway and .of cream and milk such as oyster i i 'j;
; 11 Sweden. Denmark and Finland. Bunches*eruptions. inflammations, soreness creamed potatoes and the like. : Jesse Moore AA Novena t 1
JACKSON SQUAR COFFEE: i Home, Sweet Home; translatedinto of the eyelids and ears, diseases of the stews Full Dress John Cribbie ScotchAntediluvian
.. the Norwegian as .it Is in ,every bones rickets dyspepsia catarrh wasting :
of the 'civilized globe, was i of the troubles it causes Always FlasbI.g.TessShe De War & Sons Scotch I t
language are only some Z John 1
Try itl! We know that it will please you certainly Is the luckiest
Mt I- sung and the celebration of Christ It Is a very active evil.making havoc M girL Jess You mean because she has, : Old CrowHermitage Munson's Rye r *&
as it has others. maa 1906 was at aft end. the whole system.
an engagement ring? Tess Not only : Wilson Z

a IMPORTERS COFFEE; CO, Ltd.,' When yon fell all out of sorts and oo 's Sarsaparilla that,Press.but 'she's. left. Landed.-Philadelphia Old Kentucky Colonel Cascade, and others i -
N I snap and snarl It's your liver not'
n 2 New Orleans, U. S. A. your nature. L..L. L. (Lamars Lemon' Eradicates it, cures! all its manifestations i .210 South Palafox St. PENSACOLA, Fla. : ,
Ct Laxative) will thoroughly correct.liver and build op the whole system. Learning will give culture but It will I .

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Beyond the Hill. I \ YOU'NOT TO READ,

DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. I Laugh Whistle a little if you, sing will a: little. i ELECTRICITY |

When jou're climbing up a bilL (
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THE JOURNAL COMPANY. Smiles will trouble kill; Is Your dining room ever uncomfortably cold at breakfast time the. .>
fouid- Every professional man considers] ance cannot compete with skill and i winter mornings A

Perfect peace and the joyare hill. it necessary to take one or more jour. knowledge. Because It Is a negative Would you like ,the bath room warmer than you sometimes
Just find 4
beyond It'
or unknown quality does not preventour t '
FRANK L. MAYES; President an', General! Manag.r nals in the The Electric'Radiator
or magazines published operated for fifteen minutes at a trifling :
1 money loss from being annually + expense
Same 'Thing. interests of his profession. and to buy enormous from the lack of knowledgewe for current, would impart comfort In_the above Instances it does not *
I did not make 'a new resolve : vitiate the air and there is no odor dirt or dangerous flame. *
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED P ESS. did fllt-o each year as many of the new books might obtain from reading and asimilating. -
When the old "yeat" ; himas valuable Information at : Do I It now-telephone or drop us a lice and our
which that
-------- last treat of cases concern the representataive wI l':| *
I took the I made year,
SUBUCRIPTION RATES And wrote one beneath it: "Ditto" I possible. Yet how many farmers our command. If our fathers only had : call and give you complete Information about electric heaters. '

Oa Tear .. .. ..........$3 CO One Month .. .. ... .. .. itSix there are who think that they cannot eyes to see in dollars and cents would not ; i i>
,. Months .. .. .. .. .. 2 50 One Week.. .. .. .. .. .. 10 Would Die for Her. I afford to take even one agricultural to read, then no other argument i .
t TTsree Montts. .. .. .. 1 25 Weekly Edition .$1 CO j The fellow who tells a girl he would paper while "some of those who do ever need to be given them.
per die for her may'some day have a subscribe seldom take any time to Thirdly it costs 'us much loss In i Escambia County Electric Light & Power Co. j jGet
chance to prove it by eating her biscuits read its pages. pure pleasure and moral force. No

: The Only Pensacola Newspaper, From Which a Detailed' ,-Philadelphia Record. Farming has become as truly a profession man revers or loves the pureand sim :.......................$4.......................
as any of the so-called learned ple-hearted fanrier'.more than we do.
Circulation Statement Can BB Secured. Tells Which One She is.. professions. Therefore to succeedIn The style of city folks and ,the outward -

-- - Jack London the well known novelist it at this day requires as much show of worldly success,does not -

has a great affection for children study as for any other. The idea thatit overawe our minds.
; \(Editorial: Rom 38 I Papers en Sale en Trains says an exchange. costs you anything not to read will "But we know the refining Influenceof

rne"eij 1( Business Office 1600 c.4-er4.' f and at all News Stands. In San Francisco there are twin probably be new to you but by the culture and we have felt the pure Your Fruits

f. sisters little girls of six years, of time that you have finished readingthe joys that: can only come froIn..the con-
whom Mr. London is very fond. following from the Southern Cultivator tact with higher intellectual 'develop

Offices-Journal Building-Corner Intendeneia and Do Luna Sts. On the way to his boat one mornIng we think that you will agree meat So we would have. our farming
1 I Mr. London met one of the twins. that It is really too expensive a habitto class to taste these sweets also, and and FireworksFrom

lie stopped and shook her hand. be kept up any longer. in consequence. to be uplifted and

PENSACOLA FLORIDA FRIDAY MORXIXG DECEMBER 28. 1906. "Good morning my dear," he said. No doubt 'you have often had an saved from many low and sordid Influences -
-And which of the twins are you?" idea, but It.remained for some one to that tend to drag our human
If I "I am the one that's out walkinVWith embody it in a terse forcible sentence nature lower. Our natural force must
The Bellamy Storers have rented Why Not Make for you. So with, us. we were aware be expended upon the high and NICK APOSTLE'SFRUIT
i a white house In Washington for the i Due Apologies. of the fact that our 'farming class worthy or it descends to the low and

.- { ,winter but it Is not near The whiteS Endorsement Unanimous? ,Heads of great men all remind us, were suffering greatly on account of debasing., While we :would like our

) house. The alacrity with which indis- If we go the proper gait their lack of reading: but it remainedfor farmers to make more corn and cotton STORE next to
We may get up of a morning Mr. J. M. McDonald. of Rockdale we want' them also to know
i If Roosevelt can secure an opinion criminate public is accustomed to sign With a head that's just as great county to clothe the thought in a "How this globe was forged and

from the supreme court declaring the any and every. kind of a petition that -January Smart Set. most forceful sentence for us. In how our stars were hung and be able The Gem Book Store. *

Income tax constitutional it would is circulated was never better illus talking to us out at the state fair he to trace to their very source the <
goi trated than in the case of the present Beating the Street Car. said: "Our farmers often talk of the springs of life;" and we .lose this if
i down in history as the most important A young woman who got on a Sixteenth cost of the few papers they take and We do not read. Large and varied stock
) postmaster at Pensacola who is securing -
,accomplishment of his administration. discovered
street car recently the expense of a few dollars devotedto Fourthly it costs us much in our ,
endorsements for re-appointment. shortly afterward that she was reading matter, but I ask them influence In this world and In our
Oklahoma, is debating the abolish- Notwithstanding the fact that his without money or ticket showed such 'Did you ever think how much it cost preparation for another. The farmer comprising all of the best

'tnent of the death penalty. As a financial administration of the duties .of the perturbation that a young man asked you not to read!' Let us review this who does not read loses in his home

proposition it would be better office has been notoriously bad and her what the trouble ,was and when matter together. and see some of the life. In the influences upon his children -

'for them to make the criminals dissatisfaction. has not only been she told him he insisted on giving hera I items of cost entailed upon us, by our .in' the interesting power around I things the market affords.

'fferve life sentences in the convict widespread but general a great many trip ticket, says the Philadelphia not reading more. his hearth, In his power and influence
Record. She demurred at first but First. reading- a habit God has In his community. We are' all con"
//camps. people who ought to'know better Nuts candies
i are raisins dried
I the young man finally prevailed on madeour physical body'to demand or scious of this when we talk to a man ,
I Every town Inthe state should have signing his endorsement for a, reappointment her saying as he. moved farther crave its proper supply of food for who reads and informs himself. We' ,

, \.a representative at the meeting of r and are thereby lending front: its maintenance and growth. The are no preachers and do not feel that fruits novelties
the Jacksonville bar association in their support in the attempt to foist "It's the last ticket I've got, to oe mind however feels this appetite responsibility' to fit men for a future etc. We
f onto the community a postmaster sure; but that's easy." I only In proportion to the stimulus life;. but rather to help them along In I
that city in February at which time whom the When the conductor came to the given by the food taken in to promote this; but the two are Intertwined and,
., a state bar association will be or community does not want young man he was busy with his glove] Its development and growth. The "he is best prepared for a future life, guarantee to give you better
ganized. and whose re-appointment will simply until the conductor went by a little more you feed your mind the moreit who makes the best of this." We are'

--- mean..a continuation of four more way and then came back. demands food. Those farmers who unable to conceive of any'high degree' and to undersell
Foraker may be able to handle Taft years of a service which is now becoming "You've got my ticket' said the think they haven't time to read. are of immortality for us, that is not goods
in Ohio politics but he will find that simply the who have founded
almost insufferable.It young man. ones not acquired upon some high mental and
Theodore Roosevelt is a little bigger was all right when The Journal "Not ori your life" said the conductor the habit and taste for read- moral development while living here. small fruit stores.t -tt
proposition ithan the secretary of war ing. Their minds having never felt Sowho can tell the eternal: loss to''
, ,- even if the latter does weigh three!t,I took up the cudgels bE'tter'senice a few months "Yes, you have" persisted the young the stimulus of this quickening power that human soul who had the opportunities -
hundred pounds. ago to secure : The man; "I happened to notice the number -' do not feel the necessity for it, or realize to unfold its wings which '

:.. _._ ___ ;i business public generally thought It Just see 'if you hav n'tgot a ,J its value importance to them. alone can uplift and bear us above *
-?. The governor does not seem to have ,. was a good thing and various and ticket there in jour hand marked ti j Secondly it costs us much loss in the rtnlm of thp brute but who never,
,. I' {a financial way. Knowledge power Improved :them? Nick's Fruit Store.
asrml with (those Tampa ixiliticians sundry business men patted The Jour 70.103. I, i
I and just as great a power\ upon the Some wise man has written: "It is I
) who claimed that it was his clear !nal on the back,and said we were performing The conductor looked, just to humor -I farm as in other vocations. _
his refractory passenger and. There is the imponderables (things that cannot I
stitutional duty to call a special con-j I a great public service. j no way to increase our fund of knowl- be weighed) that the world
: Now, nine out of ten of those same there, sure (enough was ticket No. 70. j edge so readily and 1..__& _,__,-1_,,_ __move. ,____ .. _. I I
lion in rapidly as by ,
Hillbboroneh -Ut
county for 103: which the young woman had ten-| : tiecuiciiy aim Jo'"e."I ne -
election of a tax collector business men arc signing the post- dered as fare. ", 'master's petition for re-appointment, those who are traveling the same ; for to it Is given the powerto cflEtA: : IIcTThFrRIDAY :
The CoIJPiegrePo letter fraternities -I and are lining U() in support of the The Proofreader Asks for a 'Christ road that we are called upon to travel. change the form of the material :
are holding forth in different little close-corporation republican mas Gift. Besides the vast fund of valuable facts and bring order out of chaos and J
Just This- : opened to our choosing our facilities beauty and wo-th out of inanimate I
of the
country this week. Alpha machine which has its in JANUARY 4th
being an- i of
perception both
No Cu<;sing | are quickened matter. Since our loss from not
Tall Omega is holding their national other part of the state, which is domi- Or Fi'ssing" t'and strengthened. Those who do not ing Is often an Invisible read-I ,

convention in Birmingham and Sigma nated by the negro Joe Lee, and If lie Makes a Break. 1 1Xot j read lose money' by not being up. us, It Is nevertheless) a most real and Messrs. Martin &

Arr-Jia Epsilon is celebrating. in At-,which is jitot now engaged in, an at- e'en from the man who ne'cr'' upon the best methods and from being stupendous one; it is so vast indeed Emery'sColossal

J"! lanla. |I ISoenleen tempt to'dictate'who shall handle Pensacolas makes.a mistake. ignorant of many technical items that I that many of us cannot fully comprehend Production of RichardWagner's
we can turn into
greater productionand it Fellow farmers
realize that
mail for the coming four And the Composition Room Makes
of the members of the Answer. her.ce into more money. Those the twentieth century demands not Mystic Festival Drama
Oklahoma constitutional conventionwere years. Rem uibcr He's WHITE farmers who attain the highest desree that you Improve one, but that YOU
born in Texas, twelve in Illinois J We now have simply one suggestion -i He'll Try To D) Right of success are reading farmers. :Muscle : improve all your opportunities. AnJ
to offer-why not make the in no avenue of life commands reading is one of the most potent
an1; twelve in Missouri. Only five of So On His Rough Way
endorsement unanimous? After I the high prices paid to brains Ignor- onportunities within our reach.
the Give Him Lift
$ all the members of the convention Just a I PARSIFALAdapt
banks of the' have all 'Tis This,
city got through -
t. were born in the territory of the new -if. { ; # '$ "i I!
state | endorsing the postmaster and after That the Proofreader Has Gall Enough ?t- -r. H fa
i, I To Ask for'a Xmas GiftOnlyThis 1 !
|the rest of his business endorsementhas f:* POINTED PARAGRAPHS tf THE CHRISTMAS EDITORIAL. by Wm. Lynch Roberts and Presentedon
I The day-after-Christmas paper is a' been secured' it ought not to be -:0- # BY SOUTHERN PRESS '
"chamber of horrors,"-Mobile Regis rautif trouble to get an endorsementfrom At the Recital.. Live Oak Democrat &, Scale of Grandeur Never Before ,Attempted

ter.The the ity.council the county commissioners "1 hear she is a good ,judge of mu- "' H 8 I Evening Performance at 7145 Prompt. Carriages at 11.
editor of the Register must *
have had a vigorous Christmas if it "She is also executioner Maria and the Cat.
and the democratic. county executive .a good. ; The good old Christina it at hand : PRICES
ImmenScl..Vtickled : $1.50 1 75c & SOc Seats.
really made him "see things" like that she murders it"A'Psalm Old Tom Cat Platt is ,
the day after. I committee. Why not try it. anyway? over the"Dear Maria" episode. and the good old Christmas editorial ,
; I (Since the above was written we of Weather. .-Memphis ommercial-AppeaL must be dragged out like an ancient !

The Bartow Record, in discussingthe learn hat the Ei-cambia county republican Little drops of mercury piece of furniture dusted cleane'd
and down More Sensational.It's .. j
rumor that governor Blox- organization. has had the nerve Going up repaired and made presentableand
Cause the kind of weather High Grade American
dollars to doughnuts tnat more
ham will soon wed a lovely Tallahassee to dQ-thgt Which. most of the people handed out to our readers with !
That makes people frown. people read Mr. Roosevelt's attackon
woman, says: J referred to above have never screwedup tbe Storers than the presidents all form and ceremony as a thoroughly Portland CementHARD
Former GovernorV.. D. Hloxham Both Were Noncommittal. respectable but
courage enough to do viz::: repudiated message.-Atlanta Journal.SkeeredoNothings generally useless
lias announced that he will never the postmaster in his town Speaker Cannon and Representative 'I I feature of the day. We love the Christ i jI
again seek offiC'{'. We presume this is own Ijongwortft the president's waInlaw.were Cost mas editorial, not only because of Its : WALL PLASTER, KEYSTONE LIME. ACME
because! of advanced years, but the and .count and entered protest in the senate chamoer yesterday Battleships! come high but we must I I unimpeachable pedigree, its antiquity* DOUBLE FLINT COATED ASPHALT ROOFING FELT 1,2

venerable gentleman will shortly take against his reappomtment.. The action during most of Senator Foraker's have them. They cost nine and .a its moral worth, its tender and innocent { AND 3-PLY FIRE BRICK. etc.

unto himself a fair bride. Tallahassee -ought to make every businessman in severe arraignment of the presidentin half million apiece.-Birmingham Age-,I associations. its call back to '! Beg to state that we are now In shape to make deliveries
will be the scene of this function ,the city! whojias.sigaed the the matter of the discharge of the Herald. to the dear days of the dead and' on our -Parthenon Brand of
: which will be quite, brilliant I ter's, endorsement. ashaired postmas-I negro soldiers says the Washington I I!beautiful) past when the Washington pxn

Herald Each listened, attentively to The Big Stick. i; hand press was the prevailing fasnion Pure White Portland Cement. -
The question of the constitutionality self, ) j the speech.: They left the senate o- After the earthQaaie, a fire,and. in print shops and the printer's devil

, of an income tax is likely to come It Is said' that the president will not gether and were met in the hallwayby after ,the fire a loud big stick. Is was a picturesque reality; but because; guaranteed to pass) the,specifications of the United States
I mutual friend. San Francis,Ico's it was no strain on our intellect to Army Engineers American Society of Civil Engineers etc. ..
the difference between !
op before the United States supiemecourt issue his proclamation admitting Oklahoma read it and absorb it; it didn't arouseour Architect Contractors and Block Manufacturers will s; .
again Two of the original "What do you think of Foraker'ssgeech" experience and ElIjah'sAt'l please remember the variety of high-class; results that can
"asa' state in the union and i I. inquired, the friend'of Uncle lanta Journal. -resentment; it agreed with our I be secured from the use of Pure White Portland Cement.
uembers of the court who decided iaffavor i thereby defeat.. the _will of the people j< Joe. I opinions; it promoted our digestion Immediate deliveries for carloads and small lots made JPHJ1SOHI

of the income tax are membersof as expressed in the bill passed by'' "That question :hasn't ,reached the Creators of Teddy. ,'I and was so clean and nice and good also from direct our stecksat from:milL llontgomerr.. Pensacola Birmingaaoi and,

the present court, and two others last j house yet and for that reason I must 1 It's a close race between Mrs. Storer and unexciting that we might safely Your collect telegram.; will get our price on small lots
conress jear, but we rather afford to skip it and turn
to the
have been pointed by Roosevelt. not express an opinion tipon Its mer and the Hon. Tom Platt. both'of as well as carload.lots ,i
think that when Oklahoma columns of the Heaven .
adopts her paper. bless
\\vhich if they are all in favor of the its or upon speeches dealing with whom claim they created Roosevelt.
1 constitution she will elect officers and ;i it," answered the foxy Uncle Joe. -Birmingham AgeHerald.Vice the Christmas editorial! If it has Carolina Portland Cement' Co.
tax, with one other member of ,the I done no good at least it has done nol| ,
do a "regular state business" in spite "What do you think of it Nick?"
court could settle the question right '' vs. Versa. harm,. and its intentions have been I! Atlanta, Ga. .
< of the absence of the official proclaI persisted, the friendly Interloper. i
honorable from the
start.e ___
by reversing the former decision. "1 did not marry an American fam- leave I -
I ma tion. The time for Roosevelt Clearing his throat, tbe- presidenrasoninlaw it -
and send back
t toj here it to its
I Bonl. peaceful
---- replied: -"The speaker has ily, but vice versa says Count I _.
The editor of the Si Augustine have blocked these people in their de-j, expressed ,my views exactly accu- Why does Boni add "versa" when that slumbers all our readers accompanied have by the wish I WI *JMf* W** *........ *..........******
Meteor does not think much of the| sire for statehood was when he had' "vice" tells the wnole story of his may a merry *

proposition to nominate a southernman i the power of vetoeing'the congressional -j rately"A unhappinessGalveston Tribune. and sober Christmas. I| DIAMONDS WATCHES, JEWELRY,

as the democratic: standard-bear-I measure but :at that time he was If learning la emphatic. Asasult on Constitution. Stands by Noah. | CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZ5E .

er in the next presidential campaign: anxious to get in the new state of i For your to be a diplomatic As the president's! attack on the old He Is a wise man who can :recognize ,STERLING SILVERWARE f

The,Meteor says: Arizona, and then again,he probably :j--There are certain rules of conduct way of spelling met with rebuff, per- his own mistakes even after he ART' POTTERY ,
Then you read an editorial commendatory was not counting on Oklahoma. going) :you' should know. haps his onslaught on the old constitution has been hit with a club as a gentle | OPTICAL GOODS. *

of a southern nominee for Democratic. For the way that you must mosey win also be repulsed.-Mem- reminder. Mr. Roosevelt has heard 1 CUT GLASSW ARE.fc .- ?
president jou can set it down that the Isn't anything too rosy. pnis Commercial-Appeal. from the country on that simplified = !
writer thereof is either indifferent as i? > $ # .> i? X As some recent publications seem to spelling order of his and be abandonshis -
to the success of Democracy or that f. # show. Trial Riches. effort to reform Noah Webster. .
his judgement is very defective t9 ROOSEVELT AND THESPELLING '$ The Rev. Dr. Hillis observes that The house adopted a resolution to Engraving and Fine Stationery.
or that he would divert the attentionof REFORM i. You must never buttinsky "there's no harm In being rich." Most stand by. old Noah in the spelling of i
the masses from the one. true I 'JoM people dogged by duns. will agree the official documents and the
ble prominent Bryan., most available incompara ..- n' _... _..,. .. a.. ...,.. .' ... ." ,.'" n; &.. .", And With never the talk whiskey too, on.our loudly 'from cninsky.your that at least it Is mighty convenient admits that he has lost and president quits- i '
Mobile Mail I Orders Receive
Herald. the Prompt Attention.
Killed It. perch; .r gameLlve Oak Democrat. >

Some papers have queer Ideas of The house of representatives jumped And it would not be an, illness Will be an Old Maid.' ; .
political that reformed If you'd keep a tony stillness While :Miss "not guil BIDS WANTED. *
obligations as will be seen on spelling of the Shonts pleads
from the following item in the St. Petersburg president and :'killed it in the road.. Especially In matters'of the church. ty" to the charge of being engagedto Bri will be received by the bviMuu; i E O. Zadek Jewelry Co
Jacksonville Floridian. a third foreigner we hope she did commute of the Palafox Street )J thod- : j
Independent; : Shut the pages'somewhat tighterOf Church up to January 1. for remonlnf
not resolve to remain single until her th. L Baron h
The Tampa Tribune is still bewail. ReadY Letter
Webster Good Enough. you Writer father has completed the Belmont and Guillemarde tirts. Address
ing that Governor Broward appointed The Or be carefnl'of the subjects that you pariama'j I or apply to A. M. JIcMILLAN, f "WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE." *
Col. McFall as tax collector of this Fiftj-ninth i congress positively touch; canaI.-Galveton Tribune. 28dec t Secretary. +*****fr&& &*...... .s..s..el.. .. .... .
: unequivocally refuses to adopt
county. It states that as Governor Or the parrot you'll .resemble. -
the Roosevelt
spelling book. Webster's"old
Broward was elected by the democrats blue-back" ( Who observed all in a tremble 0-
etc.." and loses sight of the fact them,-Ft.. Pierce is good enough' for The trouble is with me,, I, talk toomuch.
that Governor Broward, if he had not: ." .

f would been have elected been by defeated the democrats he: Goodbye... Andy. Aids : : I
by the dem Congressmen. I Guarantee
ocrats. Governorj3i-oward is not under By a unanimous vote, congress put The old style spelling Trill"be con Plantation Chill 1 Cure is
obligations to the Democratic: party simplified, spelling out of "biiaess" tinued in the-congressional- Record.. i
:t I as a whole but simply the Broward[ i and the world is startled by the affser- because it U hard to tell what some

,, faction of the party and the Tribune i tion that the. president has caved in congressmen are ,talking about without -

I Is certainly not classed with the"I and has "dun giv up" his pet scheme. complicating matters.-Gainesville To Cure, or Money Refunded by Your Merchant. So. Why Not ITT
I Browardites.I Alas for' Andy!-Tampa 'inbune. 'Sun. 5Oc. Retail.

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PEOPLE AND. EVENTS Great Holiday Reduction ,( '1

BY AURELIE MAREAN BERNARD., I Ladies' and Misses't' 1 '

TelephoneNo.S 669'Before 3 P. M. <
!No. 3S After 3 P. M.

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-Dance at Navy 77Jouniars Daily Fashion Feature In Black and Blue Cloths, and all (the Popular Plaids. 4

Yard Monday Night. i
;'rt' officers and ladies of the navy S
yard will tender their friends a daice PRICES GOOD UNTIL JANUARY 1 1907. f
Monday evening. The news of the 1
?aaoewas received with pleasure, by i
society people of Pensa. .
the young
cola, as things in a social way have iJ ., SUITS.CLOAK.. ,
I..,en very dull at both Fort Barran- I

,as orm.and invitations There the navy has issued yard been and since quite the-the a affair num-big $45.00 Suits, special, this sale, $27.50 $18.50 Cloaks, special this sale, $12.50 Z ;

ler< of '' .11 #' -
au ill no doubt be a very pleasant one. $30.00 $17.50 $18.00 $12.50 :

Mrs. Mellen and $27.50 (I. $17.50 $12.50 "' : $8.50

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Mrs. Zeek Entertain. II.II, "
Yesterday morning the Nomads $25.00 $16.50 $ 9.98 $ 7.50 _

were entertained by Mrs. C. F. Zeek I' '.
and Mrs F. S. Mellon. $22.50 $15.00 $ 9.00 $ 7.50.:4:
of the Nomads
This meeting was \ :
among the most successful and en- -

rn joYaole 4 home( ever of Mrs.held.Zeek It on was East given Gads-at See our big show windows fora .few of these 1

ien street and nearly all of the mem-
bers were present. !
The house was ,prettily decoratedfor t styles *
occasion I I II In
the a charming simpli.f'lty -!
characterizing the arrangement I
cf the holly vines and ferns. ,
The main feature of the meeting t Watson Parker & Reese Co. ;
VMS.' the reading of Goldsmith's play, .
She Stoops to Conquer. I
There are 'nine characters in theca
-t, all of which were taken by the I ''Everything to Wear."
lady members but one-the charac- ,
:ni.r of "Tony Lumpkins,"-which
vi as impersonated by Dr; S. R. Mallory ,. _

Kennedy. _
Dr. Kennedy is about the only representative '-
of "the lords of creation .,o- :.
," who has ever been admitted resting as easily as possible. The ..... .....
Into 'the charmed circle of the Nomadsand serious accident which befell Mr.! r. T'GLASt. i
GARNIER'S.Special ]
he has probably to thank his I Blount in the football game of Christ:, [10 GIFTS IN JEWELRY AND ,
splendid histonomc talent.for the privilege / y r I man was sincerely regretted by his i :
conferred upon him. Ilia interpretation many friends. i Nothing Is more suitable for a Gift or more appreciated by the reel
lent than a piece of Jewelry I or Cut Glass. My stock was selected for the : 0
of the character of "Tony Vanilla are I special purpose of affording something suitable for this purpose. Here are
bumpkins." hO"tweras perfect and Blue Ribbon Lemon to "he Journal. jut a few of the offerings '

afforded Us hearers no little amusement the twice far pride.and Absolutely the "Blue Garniers, Dec 27Mr. and Mrs. T T Diamond Rings ....... .$10 DIAMOND to $185 I GOODS.Diamond Stick Plna ... .$5. to $25 i '
r pure go as W. N. Hartgrove entertained a number i Diamond Brooches .... ...$1 to $50 | Diamond Lockets ..... .$10 to $30 i r
Ask ?
The play throughout was splendidly Ribbon Flavor" is perfection. ;' of friends Christmas, a four T. WATCHES. :,'
for the 25c size.CONCERT. 4 L dles' 0 size 20-year filled Keystone cases ...................a12. Oto $20 Y
read and gave an hour and a half course dinner being served. All separated 4 Solid Gold 14 karet ...................:...._.._.._.......$22 to $35 i
of genuine pleasure.The noting the day a very enjoy 4 Solid Gold Diamond aei'............................._.__.........,.... $47
members who composed the FOR THE able_ one and the hostess a decided *X Gentlemen's and. 16 size watches : .............. $14 to t40... ,:
cast of characters were' Mrs. Walker success as an entertainer. 4 Solid gold Neck Chain ...........................................N..Nt0 $10 't .
Anderson Mrs. R. 1[. Bushnel1.Irl CHILDREN OF MARY Miss Ida Pryor is spending the holidays Solid gold locket ................................-...._..__...$.p/.Ii. to $15 ,
>. Wm. J. Gonzalez, Mrs. S. R. M. at home. She is teaching a I Diamond LCket- .........,... .CUT..GLASS............_....._......$10 to *"
Kennedy Mrs Thos. Hannah, Mrs. school near East Bay this winter. ;:: J
will have in its Cut Glass Pitchers ,. :
Philip Hannah Mrs. John B. Jones ft/ A concert which musical; Mrs. Mooney is enjoying a visit y Cut Glass Bowls ............................. w..............53.25 to $900 s .:
Miss Reese.An cast Some of Pensacola's best with her cousins. Miss Maggie MathIs T Cut Glass Vases ..............................................$2-25 to $7.00 ';f-
elegant dinner talent will be given on Thursday, the of Union, Ga., during + 'Cut Glass Nappies .:..............................................$1.25 to $3 Z J.. ,
in courses was third day of January at the Catholic and Miss Wyatt Y Cut Glass Sugar and Cream Sets ...............................$3.25 to $5.00 .
served, after which the BODICE FOR WEAR WITH'CLOTH COSTUME. Christmas. *
; ,:: benefit of the T 218 South Palafox St.
was called. Knights Hall for the I Mr. Jerauld is home from Pensa- T These are simply a few of the many articles I am offering and all of i.
A room adjoining contained a table One of the fashionable guimpe bodices is shown in the accompanying.cut. Children of Mary. cola for Christmas.Mr. T my goods are fully guaranteed. If not a* represented. your money back.
the underblouse of the model being of cream-white accordion plaited silk The entertainment be given, Z 1
upon wMch were a number 'of 'smallarticles. P. L. Hand is improving his .
The class was allowed to batiste mounted on:a yoke of heavy ecru lace. The cloth part of the gown in a very worthy cause and deserves II home by overhauling his house W. A. GAHLENBECK
was of lavender broadcloth, the deeply-cut arm holes and yoke being trimmed liberal patronage. i : ,
pass by and then write down the. .ar- Capt.,Clement Brooks Is kept busy 218 South Palafox Street
with cut-out. band of white broadcloth braided over in a Greek Some of those who will composethe
'ides Mrs.seenupon the table Key pattern in narrow lavender silk soutache and silver cords. The fold cast are: Miss Missouri Caw- these days with his, : launch the Man .......t...........................................
Philip Hannah, who On last he carried a
remembered laid inside Of this: band about the armholes and yoke and a cross the lower tnon; -who ii well known ,for her grove. Friday
the greatest number of things. seen part of the front was of lavender vel-tet to match the cloth. sweet and well trained.. .voice; Mr. ,, load of seventeen to Pensacola, returning I.:
the out
on table was awarded the prizea Saturday, and brought
box of Hujler's cand.>. t!I Harvey, who is a splendid elocutiontat of Pen- another load on the Sunday following =........._____ ............ "
; Miss Lillian Jacoby, one
The next meeting of the Nomads Their home at 915 East Jaekson street Two candidates were put through the sacola's splendid violinists; Miss Ful- : ;:
Mil be, on the seventh 'of Januarywith was prettily :decorated with Christmas mysteries one undergoing the torturesof gham, whose sweet violin playing has Mrs. Bard of Wyoming spent FEET1o
Miss Julia ""h ting. evergreens; and the .splendid din the second and third rank, while delighted every one fortunate enoughto Christmas with ber brother, Mr. Good | FOR COLD 't G -

ner 'daintilysetted: the other went through the third rank have heard her, and others equally rich, at his place. Gulfview, on the ,
Mrs. W. L. Hahn Gives Those who dined..a-ith Mr. and Mrs and won his golden spurs in, the usual talented.A Narrows H V
Family Dinner Party. Hahn weretheir father Mr. W. J. manner. The grand chancellor granted as programme will be published in I There was a dance at Gulfview Ask to be shown a pair of our I.
Among the Haan, and sister, Miss Julia Hahn, a special dispensation for the lodgeto Sunday's Journal giving the cast in. Christmas. It was well attended anda j
, happy family reunionson Mrs. W. II Smith and daughter. Miss confer the ranks of esquire and full. good time was had by alL This
, ff Mr.Christmas and Mrs.was tae dinner party Nina Smith, all of.Cottage Hill and knight on one candidate in the same I Ir. will be the last dance given by Mr. I| CUSHION SOLE SHOES J i
William Lloyd Hahn. Mrs. Hahns. sister Miss Lois ][ou. evening. :; = = : : = Goodrich until _the pavilion is built,
, lette. ;' ,' which will, however, be in. the near tJ
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-- ---- Miss Joie: Palmes who fc visiting FREEPORT. future.

CAUSE OF .FALLING HAIR. I I The Campers': Christmas. her parents, }Ir. and l Palmes, will leave in a few'days for our town last week. :
Dandruff, Which is a Germ Disease I "Camp Allen" Oh East Cervantes Birmingham to resume her duties at Special to I Mrs R. C. Irwin and Mrs. Bu-hnell ,
Kill the Germ. street was:.the 'scene of' a very enjoyable St. Vincent's hospital of that city. Freeport, Fla., TJ21.Christmas. spent Sunday in Pensacola, returning : '
Falling hair Is caused by dandruff. Christmas.. "The camp" is brings everyone to his home. He can Monday. -
which is a germ disease. The germ in(composed 'of a number of northern Miss Reine Cahn, the talented young stay away all year but when Christ There was. a shooting match at ; Penacola Shoe Parlors I 11 i
burrowing into the root of the hair daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Cahn, mas comes he longs' for home. Free- Uncle Billy Davis place last Satur
where it destroys; the vitality of the Pensa-I' will return to Sophie Xewcomb College !-I port brought quite a number home for day. to ,. .. 1
h.iir causing the hair to fall out, digsUP the lovely cliluate and sunshine of the in New Orleans on the secondof the holidays.On 0 .
the cuticle In little scales, called state. Mr and Mrs. Allen, of Michigan January. Miss cahn: has spent a Christmas night the .Presbyterian :: S. W. Cor. Intendencia and ,Baylen Streets. :: t
dandruff: or scurf. You can't stop the are the_ hosts and the guests or I very delightful holiday vacation at church gave an entertainmentIt BIDS WANTED.Bids -
'-ilHui. hair without curing the lan- the camp are: Mr. and Mrs. Cham- her home in this city. was held in the Masonic hall and will be received by the building uiia881il1IIaIIIIlIzi. IIIImalluIIIuIiIEIIIE.R...... -
: tniff ,old i 1011 can't cure the dandruff bers and son, of Indiana every one enjoyed it The singingwas committee of the Palafox Street Methodist
'without killing the dandruff germ. ; Mrands The friends of Mr. Frederick'Blountwill good. Church up to ,January 1, for removal J JI
Ii Illson. | especialy
Mrs. Vanwinkle of Kentucky; Mrs. of the LeBaron house to the corner of
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whros learn
iterpicide is the only hair with pleasure that his
con- Mr. Chas. Morris came to Freeportfor .
\\ of Boston DlrCahter, Belmont and GuUJemarde streets. Address '
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preparation that Kills the dandruff j dition is satisfactory, that he is Jj JjI
I Ohio; and Mr. Jennett, of Massachu and the Christmas holidays. or.apply to A. JL McMILl>AN.28declt
hair term Herpicide is also a delightful setts.A 'Mr. Wm. McCulIoueh and motherare Secretary. I THE /ENGLAND.\ ,
the holidays In Freeport
bplendid dinner was served of spending MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE 63
For sale by W. A. D'AIemberte. The Shoemen With a Reputation. Mrs. Everett Jonw of Hoetown: is
druggist many things sent down from the north DEGREES, MINIMUM 41 DEGREES
apothecary 121 South with her
I'alafox .street or send lOc in stampsfor and during the afternoon music and mother.spending the holidays I The Watch for the great American people.I .

sample to The Hen>ici;Ie Co., Detroit dancing were enjoyed. UntilJanuary I Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Wanl are yesterday Much warmer and last weather night, as prevailed predicted have them ranging from $2.00 up; also a full line
Mich I W hrs
PERSONAL MENTION. 'I spending. this week with Mr. by the weather bureau. The tem of Waltham and Elgin Watches, as well 'as Jewelryand
i f
continued rising during the
I i Simon Strickland of PLash- perature' 63 degreesat fancy goods at prices that can't be beat.
the being
"The Best is What We Sell'Everyone Palafox Methodist Sunday school i insrfon passed thro here this week. day maximum: .
I while the minimum of 41
will have its Christmas entertainment :Me CasU'l, is home I p. m
1 1st2H _Mr. Dudley:
registered at 3:30 a J. F. DAVIS j
degrees was
Friday evening at 7:30; clock in the I 1 from school for this week. .
the date the
m. Last year ,on_ same
second story of the Brent building.
maximum was 57 degreesand 23 S. Palafox Street
I II temperature Brent Building, ..
will with r the minimum 46 degrees.It .
The Bridge -
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tl\lrs. John C. Avery next Tuesday 'afi 'i Percent lo is expected that continued warm .
i I and ,weather will be experienced .
n 1t ternoon. ...
rr I I Discount ...,-....- ...w --"-'- during today.

Mr J. W. Bullard is spending the Soeclal to The JournaV.Millview .
Christmas holidays in Selma! and [ Dec 27Rev.. Thomas K. '
,other points in Alabama. j On all shoes and hosiery,] Pa-tell. an evangelist minister, -

I 'r eta a uetr atcc Mrs. EL J. 1wil.nhas been enjoying (Edwin Clapp goods, cxcept-: night preached of the at Millview:1st and church remained on over the i PIANOS=GOOD PIANOS xS

l i a visit with her son, Mr. C. J. Wilson ,cd), a. good opportunity to: until Sundae ,A .

of Brookhaven, Miss.. who I spent stock up. See what you save: }Ir. J:'T. Windham is spending the "
Christmas: with her. holidays with his daughters In Mottle. FEWBOXES
1 1e S6.CO SHOES .
FFf fitHNUTPAOM.eR1E.M r6 e r Mr. and Mrs. Max Kahn and baby, Ala. In Pensacola. A good piano is cheaper in the end, in the beginning s
$5.50 SHOES NOW.$4.4. : Mrs. W. A Biggs was .
of Philadelphia visiting Mr. ana
,Mrs. Ike IJirschman.,' ,They will be $5.00 SHOES NOW...............*.,$4.00'' Monday. and daughter. and all the time. s
Mr Henry Rogers OF .1
I here about two.. weeks.- ;I$4.00 SHOES NOW......... ;,,.,...$3.Z3 Christine, and Ion111ie, were visiting I A Watch for 79c is nevertheless a watch. '

Miss Maggie Lou Bennett left on $330 SHOES NOW .........!........$ .80; in Pensacola recently. NUNNALLY'S: I ,

I the noon tram. Wednesday- for Selma, $3.00 SHOES NOW ..................$2.40'' Mr. with Roy Wood his! spending the holidays A suit of clothes for the largest man at $198 is 1
she of
Ala.'heNi will he the guest i CANDIES
Mrs. J. K. McCask4Il. '$2.50 SHOES NOW ,........,...;:.:,r.Z.COf Mr. Oscar Rogers was visitng his I still a suit.
Pensacola Sun-
f and brother in
..... ........_.. mother
knows how nutritious Mr. Leslie Wiley1, of Ohio, spent $1.75 SHOES _NOW $1.40 LEFT.
Yet these 'articles dear because worthless.
and In the appetizing form of the peanut"peanut butter'Is. Mad It the Christmas ,holidays .with his cousin $150 SHOES NOW ...................$UJ, d&YMrs.. E- Pow eH is visiting her son. I are

delicious BEECHNUTPEANUT for everyday use.. IS his,home Mrs. last:Marion Wednesday Clutter, leaving for $1.25 SHOES NOW ...........,....l.$1.CO i Mrs spending H. Rogers.the holidays Mr. George with Lewisis relatives I THEY ARE I I The same thing is true of cheap pianos-pianos -s a

BUTTER Mr.. H D. 11111, of Xew Orleans $1.00 SHOES NOW .........:...h.:.$ .87'I in Muscogee.BROUGHT'CARGO-----. -- FRESH. which are made like lightning and sound like thunder k -

II NOW ............ ... 1
different! from other, kinds be- spent Christmas very pleasantly with $ .75 SHOES ;-, $ .60 OFrYRITES -after little al
a use.
?Mali,'It. In' the made"Beech-Nut"from tte finest his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. $ .50 SHOES NOW ._.n...........:..$ ;40'I -FROM: FARO {
t makes very delicious Und-way. Chris. Thiesen. !. 1! A Kranich Bach Lester Packard Cassell t
wich. : The British steamer Buckminster. & '
Glass J" ..... ............10cts: : Grand Chancellor u n.QHorsIer, I kitsch"" arrived: yesterdayfrom Faro Sol Cahn & CO.
Clatter Piano last lifetime and always l'
of the Knights of ,P -thias was a visitor : consigned to the Gulf Transit Con* a are good.

'Rosenau & Gerelds the. convention of ), brought a cargo of iron pyrites.amounting ,
at regular pace The Pure Food Store.
MEYER SHOE CO. See them the Clutter Music House oldest ,if'-
THE Pythagoras lodge Tuesday, much to : : to.oer. :.(100 taus.I Scrilmcst Center Pal !.. sad lattMdcacia at l ::>
FANCY The vessel ".a%- moored alongside
GROCERS, the pleasure of the members of that
116 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. lodge and'the order generally, says the FEET FURNISHERS,FOR FOLKS I e>f the "Tarragona street wharf, 'Where Phones, =tf788> and largest in the state. ,
the work of discharging the will
added cargo ,11
Tampa His.! presence
) -. Phone 391 largely to the interest of the meeting 102 S. AlA FQXS .. commence this morning. iit


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| PENSACOLA REAL ESTATE f Insurance & Real EstateReal ForIent MONIY ;i WHY 0 UN' T YOU In New city LOIS i

|: Is Enhancing In Value Each Day | Upon DeLuna St. INVEST YOUR MONEY $10$25 a Cash Month i

: estate 'bought spent In buying yourself a home l. .

+ sold on commission Rents NOW READYFourrooms wisely invested Invest and the In surplus The number of these lots is limited i
? Which will realize a good profit to you on short. holdings, and, cur. : cash: you and unless

: complete list Is always open for your inspection. : collected and repairs attended over Chamber of Pensacola Real Estate_' you invest now you may be too late. You cannot buy a :

2 Improved Property. + to. Commerce, at from $4 to lot in this district for cash at, this price. Lots are ill :
Is placed In something which Is
$2100-Will buy a new, one-story cottage on ,East Gadsden street- centrally i Can ,place your money on $7.50 each per month. sure to Increase In value and showa blocks 164 and 167, New City. :

A S22CO a story dwelling! and stare building on the northeast : realestate, at 8 per cent. Clean, light and airy. handsome profit for you. .

corner of Garden and lath avenue. Modern conveniences. Investigate These. An Abstract furmshed free., No taxes. No interest. :
$3350-Gets a bargain la 6 cottages on large corner lot, centrally located J FOR RENT.
5 on West' End, renting at $450() per year. T ABOUT .
7. 725GTakes a very desirable brick building centrally located on large lot, J 6-room house all modern READY Jan- $2650-Win buy a nice 6-room cottage -

;: and( carrying lease of five years at $goo per year. 2 conveniences uary 20th- Tew three- good, on bam East nice HID.shed with and a !LESLIE l i F: BROOKS, Real Estate and |Insurance :

$ Unimproved Property. $ Guillemard., corner Jacksonand story building, contain- fruit.line. Lot 120x137. On car i Pbona462 112 S. Palafol! SL :

I 4: 563MH-Cets ssooo for 10 a building bay front lots location on North, containing Hill fronting 15 lots,two In business itreets. center. *. ing two stores on ground $4250-house Will buy with a all Z-storv.modern 7-room con ......................... ... .. ...8 &...........

+ floor and twelve rooms veniences. Property all in .

$ : City Maps. + and third good condition. Avery desirable --=
+ LESLIE E. 8R KS'Real on location on North STORES FOR RENT

4 Have. you an up-to-date map of the city? Phone us for one, or send $2.00 floors. All modern con- Spring street. ,
: by m"

: Rent Collections and Fire Insurance. $ Estate veniences.For $2750-date Will little buy the borne most in Pensa up-to-
FOR RENT-From J J 1907
F. F. cola. 6-room cottage on the}
: Given especial attention. We solicit a share of your patronage. and Insurance.Phone terms see Lake View Ave., with all ,

I 462. 112 Palafox, Bingham orMcDAVIDHYER modern 120x132. conveniences.This is a most Lot desirable double two-story stores, Nos. 9 and JJ

HOOTON WATSON f fS place and was not ,

built to sell but was built and warehouse
S. Palafox street in 40
THE RENTAL AGENTS : CO. :'or a every home particular.and is completein You rear by

will like it if you see it. 70 now occupied by Wm. Johnson & Son.

REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSURANCE. THE BEST YET! Aj"nta New York MODe)"" to loan on Real Estate security. ,

: Established 1879. Special attention to Fire insur- ,
rt+.............................................. We have for sal lots In block 10L-- East I Phone TOOL_ Pensacola, Fla. I

King Tract at $100 each 35 down and $eper I RENT-Desirable offices in the Brent
month. No interest and no taxes ..

I HELP WANTED. WANTED. I until paid for. Building.

I We have a nice comfortable hones on L.S.BROWN&CO.

"_ IIiLP- "TED-WantM two or three w) .Ell.tMI: friends and patrons toknow North' Coyle street that we can sell for
hrst-class, yellow p'ne gradew and two win be in Pensacola the $1160 on easy payments.We -
: Manistee Mill Co., Manirtee. remainder of the winter. Am prepared
f 'lpr3.
.\1< : 28decV to do piano and organ tuning, and repairing have a nice cottage wth For StBllle REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY.
at reasonable prices. Satisfaction large lot, on East Hill I. on car line, aidnear
\\j. :VXTED Men to learn barber trade. )guaranteed. Order t>y phone 1401. J- hard road, that ne can sell for INSURANCE.
3000. This is one of the beat bargains Through and Local Time Tables Between Pensacola.and Points North.
i Scott 1320 15th 22declw
:;: Gu-at demand for barbers. Top wages avenue.
pa'4 llirndreda of good opportunity to offered here fIw.g'i: agree to car READ DOWN READ UP
on'11 business with small capita Few WANTED-Position by experienced ste ry a amount of purchase Phone 918 Thiesen Bldt. Trains NOL Trains Nos.
t "" r.ks completes. Best chance in the 'I.I nographer. Legal work preferred. Can price at S per cent. 2 4 s i
, ; wi-Ui for man. Catalogue mailed furnish! good references. Address E. L.
i free Xlohler Barber College. Kew Or- J.. Box 278. ISdeclOt One hundred and fifty by three hundred 11o5pmIIIOp Lv................Pensacola..................Ar J 5:00am 4:O tr 1
i f leans. J.a. 23declwTV I I feet on Little Bayou with two cottages $3000 C.Soani\ 6.35pm Ar................Montgomery......._...,..>LvAr j 9Spmttl.11:41am : ,.."
I. THE PUBLIC to know that the B. H. renting for $11 per mont $1500. !2oazn ...............Birmingham.................Lv / 4:20pmi *:3.-,
AXTiD- bookkeeper. Apply by letter j' Fairchild Co., is now prepared to renovate Ten lots on public the for 212 West Wright street. a very desirable 7: 5pml 37am Ar..Nashville........_........Lv I 8:45aml J.: "
square near
; at once (not in person). One who all kind of mattresses pillows and toddard property, very cheap at 859. 8-room and hall.residence with UP=TO DATE[ ) 7.4Cpffl 3:3aml Lv..NashvlIe..A.r! 8.37ani4: :::0.1:
,:' ba e-ij>eriene in retail store preferred. i bolsters, ]a first-class style and at lowest large lot. v = l-05am: SUSaml Ar...............Evan ville .................. Lv t 3:00amj S-2l'p-
.1. Please" SWte aalary' expected. Watson, prices. Ring up phone 4S5 write P. 7:40am 2:10pra Ar ................St. Louis! .............-... Lv 8:45pm| :13L ,
: Parser & Reesw Co. O. street
box 483 call Garden
' : iNTELLIGETXT PERSON may earns upstairs.. D. HALE ground 140x200''.feet,, in :2:10am! $:t0amf| Ar..................Louisville........?........LV J f 2lIaml| 9Iflpr: .
; to JlOO monthly corresponding: tornewspapers. WANTED TO REKT-A large: house WILSON & CO. excellent local 7:0amIOpm: Ar.....,...........Cincinnati................Lv [10:50pm| 5'PT':

Sure, steady work. Iso close in. Will lease it if terms are de ityi cash; balance on time. Modern

canvassing- Experience unnecess. )'. sirable.. Address.Mrs. A. M-, Care Jour $1875For improvements. BETWEEN PENSACOLA MOBILE AND NEW ORLEANS.
Send for yartivelars. Press syndicate. nat 2mov -
$47 2&3 4 .11
N. Y.WANrD..Whita. 21dec5m: 3 2 1&4 5&1
Lockport., 60 feet on the North Side of Government -
A1'fTEDJome one of means who will street by 125 fett on the east Price $5500. 70am'Upnl135argJ; Lv .......Pen.acou....... Ar J! iOOaml 4:00pm iOfr.l10:45aml :: \
girl to do general care for and educate brlgnt boy. 14 PHONE 234 side of Maxent street has a large %- [ 2.&tam|\ 4.12pm) Ar ..........Mobile.........Lv (lZ.l0amil.59am; :: 1itpr::
I\ hou-wwork. Apply 1202 East. Gad>den I years old. Apply Pearl Eagan Home or story store and dwelling house on same. C-30pml 7lSaml! 4:12pml Ar.......New Orleans...... Lv | 8:15pm: )........! 9:%:llm
street. 16dec2w Mrs. VTm. Fisher President "1SnovW4NTZDA11 ,

WANTED with: to -locate Manager here for in branch Addresi. we- 15c ': ,Jen.: I kinds t& beer ail ieadmg Bottles brandsof I pay FOR SALE.FOR i -s i 1 i 2Daily J Trains do no stop ata sta- $| 2 I 4 I 6

wWi references. The Morris I win en. beers ana whiskies, and;: still large brick stores, 140 and 106, Daily Daily f tions where no tune shown. J Daily |' Dailyl:38pm T .Daily

Wholesale House Cincinnati Ohio. I manufacture that well-established corgh SALE-Horse and baggy and one I Money to loan at lowest market rate East side of Tarragona street between 4: opm2.SOpmj| 2toaml Lv ....FJomaton.......Ar- '12:4im' 1:4Ipm8:25s-
lldeclm I medicine. Joe Roth corner Tarragtoa I fine milch cow. Horse safe for lady orchild I of interest. 6.00pm /85pm 2.55am{ ........Century........ 12:40am ( 8.21ai:
and Government S3., iloct I to drive. Apply to J. M. WilHams real estate In this and Intendencta. Elegant location 5:07pm S:41pra 3:01am..Bluff: Springs......., 12:33am{ l=. !Dm 8:15ar
TYPEWRITER OPERATOR WANTED Opposite Jug Factory, or phOne> 907. Mortgages sold.on city for warehouse purposes, 35.00 6:17pmi lZIpmj' 3:20am..Mcflavid.'lLam' l:29pmjl:07pm 8:(0*;ani
to take dictation from office grapho. TAILORING- B. I.. Diamond Tailor I 3Sdec1w. bought and 3SGpm 3:04pm. S:36am ......Pine Barren....,'... 12:08am 1:16pm 'l:5iar.
phone. No knowledge of stenography Gent's clotbmg cleaned pressed and repaired I AH of the Maxent Tract. west oi "C" per month for the two. 5:39pm 3:13pm 3.50am t.........Molino......... llS9pm : 7:47am:
needed. None but expert operator need on short notice. No. 11% West FOR SALE-House and lot at 1013 East street now for sale. 5:04pm.. ........Quintette........ ..11Slpm..l"I'm.'. 7 "9am
apply. DeneiBore machine used. Applyin Government St.. Pensacola Fla. Jackson street-,- $1,600. Apply: to G. A.Dahlstrom .. THOS. PEBLEY. : 5:43pm..C: ; 4llam; ......Cottage HfflCantonment......._ .11:4 4pm 12.55pm 7 4ati31m:
at to The Clutter Music 101s East Jackson street, or 4lBam .
person once WANTED-A. R. ..*.... *Ilt40pnll:35pm :
Bingham want
$ lldec your 818 South Palafox. :27Declm: a C.Olpmj- 4.23am ........ .
ouse. moving and hauling. lie 3.34pm Gonzalez.......... .1tpu' :: 7 .tin IT
all breakage. Phone 630. guarantees Romana and Palafox. S 6.03pm -36pm 4:25am .........Roberts...._.... ll:33pm .12:::41pm ; 4an;
FOR SALE-A modern wonder. The mechanical a 6:15-pm 3:43pm3.51pm 4.40am4:48am. .OliveBrent........... ll:22pm .12::%') m. ; 1,,
accountant saves men money S 1lpm. ........... .'
LOST. W.A.'iTED-The Merchants Transfer Co. br ;........ 11:15pm 12.2tpm' ; ":'am
wants your mtfia'S and hauling. All aides by simply multiplies pressing the substracts.kt'-s. Easy di- Fisher Real Estate 6.35pm:: 3.54pm 4.52am:: ........Gouling.......... 'llllpm .l:15prn :.lIam
6:30pm 5:00am .
breakage gu rnte d. T. B. Thors, to operate. Absolutely accurate. Two ,; 4:00pm Ar..Pensacola..Lv 11:05pm 12:10pm 7..If'pJh
lSTRAYED-.orrel mare mule about 15 Proprieto" PhoneWANTEDAU !878. FORJSALEMILK Tra as stop on signal -
hand Left Sunday December 23. Re- sets dials by which can prove work as
ward for return to PenS .l'Ola Livery kinds ef electrical done. Has no lever. Casts but little. j 5 I 1 I 3 | Trains do not stop a t stations where no f 2 ; 4 4i
.i tables. 28declw. I sell aU kinds of electrical batteries modern wonder. Every office Miouid have Dairy[Daily |DaIly| time is shown': I Daily Daily lal'

ant other oJectrical supplies When you one. Terms. M. A. Co.. Box'723, Pensa COWS AT AUCTION ...... iiOOI? 1:00[ Lv..Pensacola......._...... 10:30 1ll:. ......
: LOST-Christmas day. os e plush buggy reed me ring :45 cr tI 5o. E. W. Peake. cola. Fla. 23dcclm! SPECIALTY .-. I iO:. 7:13 ..................Bobemla......_..._...... .......15. ......
ui' robe. block en on rid, with bright red New Star Laundry BldR. E. Garden. ......) ..................Gull Point................. .10:33.10:5:: ......
& flowers on other. Lost:: either between FOR factory SALE and AT tannery.A BARGAIN-Harness conveniently locat- Phone 87. 206 S.; Palafox St Twelve .'.-. C 5:5/\:: ./ \ ...................YnI estra .................. ......10:51)'......
"- ; St. Michael's cemetery> and !th avenue onGregory. WANTED-Second-hand sacks of aU descriptions ed. hew buildings and up-to-date ma- Cows-good millo- .-.l' : 91. 1:18 ...................EIcambia ................. ..10:?' .10:'; ......
or aRua street. Reward for wanted. If out of town ship chinery. Address "Factory" Care this from' Wm. ...._.1'. 6:40' '1::;) ...............1Iulat...........,........ ..10:19.10:3., '......
return to 510 North Baylen street them to us: if in town: ring us up at No3S4 paper. 16dec2w:: ers- Ray's Dairy, .-... 5:131....... -................. llarp .................... ...... .10H!......
.;L 27dec4t or bring them to us at corner of ......I. 5:57 7:3;). ...........Galt .
Monday December 31 city ......_....._.. ..... .10:11......
12 .
) -1VItAYED-Froen--- Bob :Mclaughlin'sstable Chase and Alcanlz Sts. F. S. Uellen & FOR SALE-TWO launches: one 26 O.-A at .-_ 8:03 1:39 ...............Milton ............_..... 10:0;. 10lf......

".- iloltio' ,' 1)cc. ::. one dark chestnut Co. 23july 5% feet beam; oak timbers; white cedar --. C ...... ...............Good Range...._............ ...... !I:43 _.....
sorrel lioibe'reached tail mane, front planking: copper fastening; equipped with Some noon.McMillan .-.. C 6:31.. 8:15 ..Holts.................... ..... : .......
] feet shod; al.o hay mare bobtailed, abetttfoir an 8 H.P. 2-cylioder. t cycle Wolverine Very & T rton ....... :: 8:30 ...................l1illlgan.................. !I:12 9:15.........
;years old. Any infarmattcn sent to MONEY TO LOAN. engine. She has halfcabinSpeed 7V 0f*" 1:408:38 ............._..Crestview................_ ':04. 8:38:......
U11. A. TriinTnar Molino wji be paid miles and in fine running condition. Price Westlntendencia St. -. a C 8:09/ 1:56. .....Deer Land..a. : ......
C' for if it leads to of h Bob $750. Also one 19-foot launch; 6-too Desirable Homes 9:1 .... .
rses. [ i.
f :Mi LaugnUn. .recovery- 27dec THOS PEfeLEY-Money to loan. Up. beam; 1V4 ILP. kerosene engine, copper :=. : ; :.:.:::.:::DeFunlak Springs.::::::::::: n ( 7:4i1.. .::::::

}-: stairs corner Palafox and Roman. Ste. fastened. In good &oka.rdp Price "..... a 9:301.. 9.25.. ....................A.rgy.. ................... 7:44''. 1:4!. .....
" LOUT-.toady's 1Xn e. between depot and 8dec. $lsO. Apply King FOR SALE.FOR ...... 9:53 .............Pon'e DeLeon................. 1:9 6:2 !.... ..
I Kfiring t-treet. co: Bclrooot. Contained nsatedec ]For Sane "'-. It:1r ...._............Ytestville .................. ..:1. 1Wtj.... ..
: artul _)bu.t and $20 gold coin UNWM1TED: amount of money to loanon SALE-Good turPentine .--. 10.2:1:1:: 10:15 ..................Caryvl1le.................. 1:1! 6:62.......
"h au.i several biCs. Reward for retorts to all kinds of personal property. Sperial FOR SALE-Two buggies very cheap place at bar- ...-. 10:41 10:30..Bonifay................... ':55 54!......
C' Miss "Dell Road, 37 North Print $t. rates to business men on large: loans. Apply 104 East Wright street ISdeclm gain. "Plenty)1." Box of 135 timber Panama and hands. Address .5-... 11:1 10:47..............Crip ley.................... 1:3., 4ii1.... .
2declwLO9T The New York Loan Co., 20414 South City Pie.Ildecim' ....,. 11:28 10:58. .............. ':%7 4:1';......
Palafox. Phone SO.:! ::dec FOR SALE-200-arpent country place 1 ...... 11:43 11:07 ..............._. COttond .e........ ': ..
, -On teoaday, December. 24, a round miles from Pensacola. short mile west -,...- 12:10 / 4:24J.eo.
'. VOM pin iNth ihtiOffrsuii >l. L. B. Reward UNLIMITED amount of money to loan on of Olive statioa and postoffice. known as TREES of aU-kinds Shade; also, ornamental hedge plants or fruit trees 5.13:44. ; ;. ;; : :: ::::::::: : ::: :::::::::::::: :: ;fI::::::
} fW return to li S. Boiurlcer. 2 2*A all kinds personal property, on short 7-mlle house on old Jackson road 30 acres ...... 12:55 ......
1 North Government street room }O. notice. Terms Easy. Get my rates be- fenced and cross-fenced. with woven wire On West Gadsden street. south fronton and planted by S. D. Jackson on terms ,...- 1:13 .11:25.Marianne.oe. ; : /. .
suit ::48.... .
1 ::Tdee1w fore KomK! elsewhere. Star Loan Co.South .. fence balance partly, cleared partly fine car line. a two-story, 8-room modern to purchasers. Bent references. Ad ...... 1:30 .
dress S. D. : .
Palafox.. Phone 919. home. Jackson City 25declw : : : :
----- llG timber. Fine oaks pear, chestnut another house in splendid condition recently ...... 10:50 ,I ':30\....
trees. Stream running through: overhauled throughout and painted; FOR SALE-Pointer AM : \ P\I
BOARD AND ROOMS. : LOANED on real state and many springs on place: also horse. buggy. gr* city water bath,.large, deep lot best marked. Liver and puppies white., beautifully -
perwcal property. on short notice. harness wagon and farming tools: 3 1- neighborhood in city-$5000.00. Sam. June 2!. Sold one to Royal L. jlngos S.- Trains 1 and 4 and trains 2 and 3 carry through sleeping car between" Pensa'
J. W.
Teo1s! UMY. Bullard. 28 K Seutb room houses. 1 50-foot stable with two cola and JJacksonvllle via River Junction and Seaboard Air Line.'
: Brown. W..A. McCreary
Evergreen, Ala. __
riTBNISHED wxJtas for rout with St. Phone 1144.
pW- Pal=.lo% rooms 1 25-fo barn and other outhouses 5-room cottage and hall bath and
lees Ufel t l1 keeping. Apply 2342Dec2 23d ec Trains stop on signal.
( Suitable for sanitarium,
country shower bath. hot and cold water cabinetmantles
;. 11 Oegory.nt I CAN LEND TOUR MUNPI12t, eight brewery or stock ---
club factory farming mode'tp throughout, occupying SHIP CHANDLERS- McIOnxi O-irtlog ----
I f war cent.t you any that )buwant Reason seUiny ow- er has BO one to a % Mode of ground on East Hill, block & Co. wholesale and retail ship crand- ,
ROOMS FOB KfiNT CHtJAP Two nicely fa
interest it. :
t furnished upstair roonxh. suitable for mill be Ja:;\ c eme'M est&tsecurity. It manage Great looking bajfiam for as invest from car line. good neighborhood-$3000. lets and grocers. Only first-claw houseof Legal Advertisements.AN perform Sections the 1 and duties 2. or imposed any agent upon or lIf'n-a.t him i, <
good farming
meat or ope kind in city. Fair prices to alL
F liebt houleitee4i1z4. clone to Air line, highand Leslie E. Brooka' Pb.o* 452.MONEY land. Far particulars address E. W of any suth corporation company or pf' .
U&tof and .
healths phbne gas. Ap- M 4ern 5-rooni cottage reception hall ORDINANCE
Fla.. New owning or operating raflre <
Pensacola sons :
at :314 East iStnuis SU or TO LOAN- Peaks Laundry lot FOR SALE-At a bargain a barber'soutftt Providing for the any
plv phone Everybody borrow East' Chase street. Idee large front gallery: on. comer SOxlJ7%. ; Safety of Persons and along or upon the streets mentioned in (1 *
It' 12\J.:! 27CLEC: from Jno. A. HaJI & building. two blocks frem cat line East good as new; one first-class at Certain
aoney Co.. 14H on Hill; Property Railroad Crossings
_ _ foregoing sections who shall move ">
barber chair one dozen excellent
St. When ; raron, In the
t R Government in need call house new, lot nicely laid oft 1\'th.pretty City of Pensacola.Be : or allow to be .
10.600 cause moved locon
FOR SALE- acres round timber any
I. FOR EEItt-FuaBV hed cooma with prlv- mugs brushes and combs. Address J. it ordained
\ > MI US.3nsT : flowers, large stables, south. It by the Mayor and Council
nfia nd live, train tender
land. 1J.MO saw timber sawmill or car over or >
M. Armstrong. Sneada Fla. iipcnthe
or I 212 We Sdeclm
Jiegff lignt ttousetoetpins, tO'rgory. Is cheap at $2450.00. of the City of PengacoU:
3r om hotel at a bargain. Several crossings at Wright and Ha-n
: 25decJ.d LOAJfED en all kinds of per Section 1. That the Louisville & Nashville -
good farms snd town froperues. streets and Tarragona and Zarrago! I
FOR SALE-Bargain In 6-room
FOR KKlTT-/rw!: Burnished woma.:; sul- eta oaal!. J property. B. Gray on&short Co.. 2 noi.oeRo! a. Write Gentry & Setteeliad: Clupiey Fla.22se" at Cottage Hill. P1*. Terms to suit.cottage One Railroad. companies Company, or and persons all other, who corporations now streets without there being then 81 ,Ithere i

at1 for fefct hocsekeepinK. Apply tot Pnone ),1';). lleb >p aero,fruit flowers and garden. Address or may hereafter own or control railroad stationed and present at surh cro--' .
t Ciaee! t'tt"f'.t.-t. :N c Egbert BealL 6declw tracks for the operation of ings flagmen as required in Section 1. '
'" UNLIMITED amount of mosey to loan PANAMA CAN4If EDITION of Th .. or steam cars I over or upoa the crossings at Wright si, rt
upon Wright street and Tarragona
LAR'JK ttont room. picehr ftmtlsbed, ..o all kinds ef personal property 6p.- Jovirn&l magnificently ttjuetwitec street in the CRy of Pensacola, shall; i Hayne streets Tarragona and ZUrraso -a
jilt or w\lba bovrrcT. P One 8V 435Z magaejne, contain&x scores of Views (It streets. Tarragona and Government
"fo 1J rates te bustoess men en brg, MISCELLANEOUS.MATTRESS station
; West (5assw.I 1 .. The New York Loan Co.. :O,% the city and hoC. 1"0sale :i eli J. W. Bullock Jr.Real at one Wright or more and liayn flagmen streets at the, and crossings at streets, and Tarragona and Intender .
4 ,
I at The Journal effice.
_utla Pala.t L book stores or By I streets without a flagman prwedi-1
I FOR R e arpe ro rr. f\Yn ; mall. 20 cents. :lsei AND P'UR1'ftTURE-Mat' Tarragona and Zarr gosf>* streets whose such ktcomotive. train tender or car. d
made to ord and also ,_ duty it hall be daring the hours of each
! or istlrx4lc'4. pp.7 34 SetttJ tresees r re I required in Section 2, shall upon' eon\ -
street, | biocte is'um lI3nu Estate and Mortgage Loans rated" new ticks furnished. New andsecondhand day from sK o'clock a. m- to nine o'clock tion for
only: FOR SALE OR RffiTT-One of fines offense be punished bv t
furniture p. m., to warn pedestrians and personain .
fjfSD in. West Florida 2%"miles fromCbW1cY. modern or antique tine not exceeding twenty-five ($ ; 0. I
t HOTELS. # or on vehicle of all kind about -
FOR RKXT-R oinp: for Mat wtt*i iope rw cultivatlOTi; line R om 302 Brent Building. bought and sold. Davis Manufacturing dollars or by Imprisonment cf not ,. -
the railroad
tracks at such
l of U?ht hevOekecpJof. Phoae anBoth. Co.. 114 East Belmont cross cross-
buJ nt)KS. Ca fniin M C* per af1e. L... street. ceeduig thirty (20) days.
kin of the of
: Apply! S8 Cut JUjtst B St. SdecREXT Phone 771. 24nov approach any railroad
t THE TASKER HOUSE. Marianna. Fla,, C. IRditour. .! T4deo2 train. locomotive tender or ear by !lignalI. Sec 4. That any pedestrian or person i

I; :OO :ro .-Bart tn 0%. )f, L per centrally day. Transient located. only.Rates Wilson$1.00 to Taske$1.23; SAlA A fine of Phone 637 MISS LEILA REESE has crest cut Bow. .,. with a Ug in the day time and with charge. after of any having vehicle been, or warned any other as herebefore pr"who. -
FOE tract land near
a lighted lanttrn in the
Eaet Orders taken night time. Provided .
t B. I'rescon. 123% GwMrnraent St. prbp. 28dec: ers on hand for special provided of the of
eft Part beav timbered approach d'
. J't ; put occasions. Phone 22. 18novlm that automatic gate ef such character
! .cleared. can phbne 7SS; or address 1Wtuait : a* may be approved by the Boardof train locomotive tender or car at .
r.OOISlcely tundshed vpataira. conerient paa.! Gadaden.CoNttDS linovlm ... crossings shall cross or go upon or '
New nianaemnt. Rp-tiodrfed WAGON AM CARRIAGE SBOP; We PubHc works may be by such railroad
.' \ to car )iee. with or without and refnnlahed .in cur new quarters. company established and maintained at tempt to cross or go upon any such -s '
board. 1202:! :! East Gadsden street. thr ugho; tSooms stogie or ; cebdlrate& Roup Cbre: Oh -; Begin the New Year are now entrance also at 21S 2l< E. such crossings in of flagmen. road tracks until such train. loromo:;' '.
ensuite with private beth. Electrjc be?. InWndencIa Rornkna pc .
Meclm era cure, liae.and. mite kirer *s we Sec. i tender or car shall have passed over
to de everytttog In 2. Thai the rt&road .
Sample rooms. UpsUrrs comer Garden ti and prepared wagon or corpora- ,
I ut, ee eoJ Egg Aguartfcteed. tracks at suh shall < -
. and ayl .n. Phone 1..::S. Mrs. E. 5 L as M RI.rje and Carriage building and repairing. E. floes, companies or persons mentioned In crossings upon *
and a victlon for
FfKNISHED ROOMS for < Of such be
NICELY rent. Offense. punisheda
Phone 923 City. the .
'McBrearty, Proprietress.LOCK.IIART 2Cdeo L. Herring. ; 14oct. foregoing sectin Mall at the cross
., ,- with or with.ut board. Table board.Phono wheat that wiU make year fowls! lay. F. tags at Wright and Haj-ne fine of not exceeding twenty-fire (S- >

b gas a ad bath. Ne. 3 Palafox. I HOTEL Leckhart. Ala., S.234.Mellon t., Co.. ensaoela. Fla. Phone 7no In Your Own Home MATTRESSES RENOVATEI>_New, tick gona and Zarragossa' street atreets., Tarragonaand Tarra- dollars(30) i-Rptiaonment not exce-J-' .;
( days-
if _- STnov new nujiagemtnt. newly renovated. furnished if desired. Guaranteed. Car. Government ,streets and Tarragona Sec. 4. ,
That this < *
----- Ordinane shall >
i nice rooms. Bath and all accomoxxia pet taken up and matting laid. Leave and Intendencia streete. cause a flagman .
SALE-i-Come If .
FOR want effect .
ROCM.Two I furnished front rooms tions. Special attention to traveling men.Special'rates them. 'Two cheap horses two you good orders at; Watson. Parker Reese Co.'.. to precede by at least fifty (501>)> feet and thirty (39) days after its aUoo.
J 'tat'a; !! for light housekeeping. Cf,
to weekly boarders. J Wesley Duncan. 7sept not more than one hundred (100) feet.
and one high-das &addto horse, is
of pi and btl. Apply 822:: Passed December 5th. 1904.
H : Rodgers, Prop. 2! ovBRO..N left of the load I every railroad train locomotive, tender or .
Ga.isor Phone H?. 25nov all I have. car got last UPHOLSTERING SHOP Approved December 6. 130*.
t MQllda,. I also have two second-ban MILTON -WU- car passing over the said crossings at
, HOUSE-DeFumas 5prbs bugstes in good condition ,for sale lle Mlms. Proprietor. Furniture repairing the times as follow, to-wit: At the cros Attest: CHAS. IL BLIS>
j top 700 cottage with
$ Buys four--room L.
a G
an kinds AYMARD. bla'-r.
of carpets Kid.
Good beds airy KWZS. elegantfree j ; cheap. T. E. Welles. ISdecf East furniture ings at Wright and Hayne streets. and
kitchen : Gregory.
summer on
bath and safopta fAoajs. packed for shipping. Phone (3.Next and Clerk.
1 Tarragons
S5.sih..lattentto Z&l'ragoMa streets, be-
FOR RENT. to traveling 11: A. Rates J2.CO FOR SALE-Just received' fresh flashlights S100 the rest at $10 per to Tampa landing. 22aprtlH. tween the hour of nine p. DI.,and six a.1:I dee:. oaw44

; per day. J. R. Brewc. PrO and launch batteries. Phone ttu. and at the other .twe crossings above I

r: -- Ft"RPNT--Vrom the 1st et Tenuaryt'o ,, 'I 64*. E. W. Peake. New Star Laundry $1350 Gets a five-room home, with bath .Iron ALFMAN Worker-:Tin cornice Copper work and and Sheet named at all 'hours of the day and night. AN ORDINANCE.To .
' : store No. S 2 JT.. OoVeraatet St., HOTEL 2OUTIOItN-O7'eB till CI building. on East Hill. near car line. ;:so Sky. and to warn pedestrians and persons in Be Entitled An Ordinance to fix t"e
year. American !sad U.tL cash. $15 month. lights a specialty; roofing guttering and. or on vehicle of aU l kinds about to .
t JWW or..upby X- GoWrtag$, &s a bar- per crosstie Salary of the Comptroller.Be
. >,'<.-, In.\iir of Mre. SL; B eimo. J ? XV-fi: t'evallos St. Cl.Wi everrtsffft.Mrs. L.Psaza3t ana! cen- I 1ag, 8 feet Kgb, with ribbon case 1 i iI 13200-For a pice new two-story home of 131C.J. building-. the approach of such railroad train, loco cil of the Oty of I-rns.aoia.
lent. Bsasn Ftep., E'f'.J'sa. I Zest long separate. Win make fine display eight rooms, bath. gas reception I motive tender or car, by signaling wuia Section 1. That from and after ti-, l.t
i FOS.Riyr-At Bissf Dyg ", : I to'a.--Fla.BAY l r case for.any kind of merchandise.Apply hall etc.. near car line. East Hill. H. TIC flag in the day time and with a lighted day of Octeber. A. D. 1906. the s(<.:*;''''
i ry liotiso. :Baihaim ki ck. a.-U fur- to E. L. Reese, 17 North Palafox.Svnovlm. Can up or see me quickly if you Palafox PORTER sanmaker South I ed lantern at night time provided that of tba Comptroller, shall be Fifteen H )'
street Orders taken for
jsished: $.'I pr month; srfso Vrcoins. kit- : QT51.-OPiaLPhI 2nd *ay Eu-I 'want a bargain. tents automatic gates are provided for In Sec dred Dollars per year, payable in -' i imonthlv ,
1 and 1.all | ropjftth J) &a. R eos Ifjchr trul clean. awnings camp stools and house cots. ,
chn upfurnia, ts. 1
: : $ Fisher I Ron 1 may be used Instead .f flagman. installments.
t Itultt: Agency :20b!i Soutix'Palafox16Uec. j palafax.Triilfclat.J ti"...*.S.'sl Wcuia.iu !4.* PlG Z15 .. South; FOR SALE'and tt medtajbe: ,delivery one etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan Sec 3, That any railroad company: tailing Sec. 2. AH ordinances' or parts 01 ri
: I in conflict with the provisions:
I t .;atoic&ttc tandem compound center to provide and station flagmen at. the nances
1 : .I crank steam engine of about isepower h Po' ?'T
FOR : Two
..-' ril-e double stores en acd; two return t"bu1a.r'boUers, 7laches CREW NOTICE. and at Tarragona and Zarragosna streets, by repealed- "
t East : !c.a :si-eot.t bel\\<:,-i PalL !-, Sec. 3. This ordinance!' shall take
as required Section
diameter It feet by
FOR ADOPTION. by long. For full L. or
either any
the Ownersnor
. fox a:> rai.a.1nuire at tuo Ki.. "-, immedIately upits passage and aP
Real j- .,t' panioulars apply Stone .& Webster Eng Co IRo Y AIEGIEIR Consignees of the Earl- : company falling to provide fiag-.n to
; c A.eui-y provaL
CorporatlOB. Box 830. Pensacela. lino a precede trains at the :
-- ---- --- -- -_. orrrffaa"toy wood will be responsible for 1 crossings at Wright I Passed November 14th. 1X .
'O[ OAT'TON-.Ope 7 debts contracted by the : any Hayne street, Tarragona and Zar-i W> Ij'.'!...
1 } ( KK\T-V IL Bi-:uhan has storage years otJ. Will be given for adoption FOR-SALB P-\lme.t Became effective Iwcerntwr t
roots for rei-t. -=uHabl for ; new Mchletc. 200 Thiesen Crew of said vesseL! rxosea streets, Tarragona and limitation
fjrijtjreor to responsible parties. For by
particulars'japply Building.
1 Soos plane la bandso 4- other goods. 131 and lOG South Tar- I Pearl Eagan Home or Mrs. Wm. case. A bargain. Piano an be see JOHN A. MERR1TT, Captain. dencia streets, as required by Govern-I Jktteot.L.C.ATMAED;
J a&"I1. .tre U I'Uon ':::1. 'Fisher, President. llmrt Phone 686. City Ct
at Kltcnen.
by calling the Kandy Soc Consignee or any flagman_ thus provided, ,'aw4"

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The One Woman. rOld I W.B.,BARTON
.A regular whirlwind of enthusiasms .
Arrived Yesterday. .
4 I[ greeting *"The Qne Woman," on its Anna. Aust es, Redaseich 1039. Guada- Attorney At Law.
r I New Year's Cakes tour of the south; and it looks as if loupe. to Gulf Transit Co.
I this newest play by Thomas Dixon. Euckminster, Br ss. Hadaway. 1W7.- Offlc.s-FUher BuSSing! Palafox nr @L
Fare to J. A. Merritt & Co. Will practIce In all the state and United
11 We Have the Best in Town. Jr., will be even a greater success Irishrook Br ss Kerr, "0. Norfolk to- States Courts. Twenty.tbree years' experience. I
;than last season's phenomenal production ensacela Lumber Co. j .
t FRUIT CAKE A SPECIALTY. '1 The Clansman. -

and everything Eating Line.else in thet' .Among the twenty-six players ia some know VESSELS IN PORT.. T. G. YATES. M. D.,

1 the caste presenting this wonderful men 4 Stcam"ps.August .

?"3)) Refreshments of all kinds. f 1 tale of loveand adventure in the Belmont Br iw. Clarke, SlOT, I I Optician. I

: Prices always reasonable. t j frozen gold fields of the Klondike are 'Qualltybylnslinct. .Newcastle to Gulf Transit Co. !
.Aristea, Aust ss. Dasullch. 2254, Phfladdlphia 306 Thiesen Building.Twenty .
Opposite Postofhce. Phone 134. f I:even who are natives of the South. to Gulf Transit' Co. Rye

They are Misses Gretchen Dale of those who know Capera. Ital ss. castanzo. 3211 Messena years' *
: good to Gulf Transit Co. Specialist.
Kentucky; 'Charlotte Learn. of Georgia
Cycle Br as. Lone, 2227, Rio Janlero to -- -
Wick's PlaceNo. ; Elsie Griffith of :Mississippi; whiskey insist upon having Gulf Transit Co. '

: Leonora von Ottlnger- Maryland "old its Earls wood, Br ss,Peyn, !14SO Tamplco ii the utmost in
and Messrs Austin Wjebb of Missouri; joe. enormous to J. A. :Merritt & Co. is good whiskey.Millions ? L. C. 4
has been 'Uornsund, Get ss, Behrens. 1609. Hamburg -
2. popularity :\ to master.
alone Glencoe Br ss. Cooper 1859 New York. to
won by quality PHYSICIAN end
wyk to J. A. Merritt & Co. spent prepare
1 than million bottles Louise, Get ES llelbeck U12, Coupon Office and Residence .
more a
to W. Powell. Hours: to 11 a. m.
sold annually; must be good Ships. I a perfect product-years Phone 1

Avant Nor shh'. Anderson 1848 Lon- o'e .
fun measure-convenient package don to order. taken to ripen it.Don't .
Coa1andWood Ferreira Port s. Barres 50$, Lisbon Frederick Ausfeld.
:- \ moderate prke-sold! everywhere to master. AUSFIELD &
,' Harbinger .Bus su 1399, Algoa Bayto .
I master. let the dealer. give
We deliver Ice Coal Charcoal and "b & b" atlantaGuaranteed Ilildegard. Ger ship. Bolmdorf 1S10 for I
anywhere in the city.Ve can Bremen with .04,546 s ft lumber; for 312.314 Brent Bldg..
"' ood Brake with 175,917 a ft lumber. just "whiskey. Pensacola Fla.
apply you In any quantity and our Ingrid. Nor ship. Ljmnell. 1260, Ant you :

= rvlce is always prompt. under the National Pure werp, Ie McK. Oerting &: Co. Phone 16 Lewis Bear & Co., WM. A. i 1

Steam and Domestic Coal. \\e Food and Drugs Act. % Barks.. 5 404-408 Palafax St. and 2-10 Main St., Architect and :;

Wood Cut Any Size. s' w d1' 'Alfhild. Swed! fck Svensen. J382 Durban Pensacola Fla.
to master. Offtce-3ilS Brent {-
\ A 4a Campbell. Nor bk. Kausken. 1100, Phone 823. ..;
E.: G. Florida and Alabama
Stavanger to McK. Oerting & Co.
Nor bk Waage 1526. I
t : Charles Racine :.
Phones 61-t 363. 26 N. Tarragona St. Genoa to master.
LAND COMPANY Gustaf Adolf Swed bk Sjobexs 1468 --- SECRET
= ; Bremen to J. A. Merritt & Co. -1
Hereford.NotbX-Jensen. 1380_Bosario
GULF CITY COFFEE CO. Manufacturer of to order. Coronet Old Tom and .Dry Gin 'PSNSACOLA; 3 ,
and Dealers la Heimdal Nor bk.- Hensen. 1354, Hull Pensacola Lodge,
H. P. CHIPMAN Manager. to order. meets every Monday
LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHIN- Ingebiorg. Nor bk. Eld, 1250. East London o'clock at their ; :
Roasters Blenders and Shippers of CiLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP. to order. ewer Pou's stable, .
Isabel Browne Bus bk. Lindquist 123L VitiUac brethren '
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Hull to master. E. H.
Fine CoffeesOUR Lilla. Nor bk. Aanonsen, 1030 Santos H. HORSLEH. K. of :-

COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL fl1inMARKETREPORT to LysgMnt order. Nor bk.-Hansen. 1332. Swakop- Brick Lime Portland Cement DAUGHTERS b

GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL. mund to :McK. Oerting & Co. Naomi Lodge, No.. i1 '
Maria Ger bk. French, 1922 Kings Rebecca. meets every 114 i
lJr R! Lynn to master. 3 o'clock in L O. 0.
THOS. DIXON, JR., $ ESTllb Olivarf Ital bk Costa, Genoa to or- Always a full supply kept ready for quick delivery. liters cordially invited :!
Just.Received.. MRS. J. T.
Author of "The One Woman," 'to 'be t der. Contractors will find it their 1
Imported Macaroni. Sweet Oil. Cheeses, p Ophelia Nor bk. Larsson. 1127 Bahla decidedly to advantageto MRS. HATTIE
Sauer Kraut. MackereL Cod Seen Here on January 12. Blanca to Gulf Transit Co. ,
f nill Pickles.
Fish. PU Spanish Onions. Pilot Pallas, Nor bk Johnson, 1219, Ply submit estimate for our prices on all Building Material RATHBONE 1
d. n eek-a Bread. -Everything Lawrence Griffith of Louisiana and mouth to A. Zellus- Rathbone Lode. s
fresh and new. Carolina.. Phyllis Nor bk, Uabrielson 932: Belfastto including Hardwa"e.Saunders'Mill. Pythiaa, meets every : P -
Bourke Jenkins of North & :McK. Oerting & Co. v Castle HalL Members 'g
Witch Hazel. J1.09 per gallon. I The play is not a dramatization of Robert tcrafton. Nor bk, Morthensen and visiting brethren ;

Marine Grocery Company. Mr. Dixon's novel of the same name & 664. Barbadoes to McKenzie Oertins & Company to attend. J. 3
J. K n.
V. J. VIDAL Manaqe. but rather a comedy-drama suggested Co. C. ltEVEY.
Nor bK Ullch 1334, Antwerp
by the book with many added char i I to Superb A. Zellus & Co. Phone 717. 21 Caaf Garden Street.BAY -ii E- B. A. No. SI ,,

SCARRITT MORENO.SAFES acters. The scene of the book was located i Teresa. Urug bk Estrado, 1932, Clenfuc- third Wednesday o..e' \ -
to Bin M. Robinson. Rafford Ball. 10,
in :New York City but the play ,gos
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.Agent Uniac. Port bk. .Ca hln 891, Rio Janiero street. A. -4
for Olebotd Safe and Lock Co., i opens in San Francisco. The three to master. J. L. SWBENET, i
Canton. Ohio.: other acts represent three different I ', ,
Office'! and Salesroom E. Gov. St. Sch Oners. PENSACOLA LODGE }
in the Alakan gold fields.
scenes '
Pens&eola Lodge
The love story presented is one I Donna Christina,''Am scb McLeod 165 to d. all electrical repairing cn short notice. Ring phone 570 and a meets Thursday .J
Belize to master. representative will ca.1LV.. T. Bldwell. President and Manager 205 S. Baylenstreet. every
of the strongest ever used:: for the purposes Barkentlnes. at the new hall on

HICKS'CAPUDINE of the drama and the attention Allanwilde. Am bktn. Grace, 564. Man- vitedB.streets. Visiting. R. !

ot the theatre goers i is gripped and sanille to master. A. KERLE. Secretary
held from the rise of the curtain Beatrice Ital I>bktn Marchen Savona to I

tMXtf MTLLT CUIt throughout the play. The entire gamutof master.Thjra. Dan bktn Kasmunsen.260.. Bar Live Oak Camp W. O.

dA&A71 HEADACHES human emotion is embraced by the badoes to order.- Make This New Year's Resolution meets In Pythlaa ball
story and there is never a dull or uninteresting NAVAL STORI:. : Wednesdays in each

Im Up COLDS moment for the play Savannah Ga., Dec." 27.-The naval GOOD WESTERN MEATS. Uverelgns cordially
F. A.
abounds in action. "The One Woman' stores'market closed to-day as follows: -i
I.Gte UH.IU''hI1tlt.1It \VI \\ ...............................0 I 1 The Parlor Market is the place to LESLIE E.
Jt 11II!11m will presented 3. at the opera houseon WON ................................, '5 buy first-class Western beef.No Pll! Open a Savings Accountwith Joppa Ledge No.

"Parsifal." I II .:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::..68.00.S SO gross fed stock sold here. Nothing Joppa Lodge No. &. :

I All admirers o( the chaste in art K ...,;...............................6 15 but the very best and at the same every Rafford Tuesday Hall. Corner -

Typewriters. all lovers of things beautiful as well !H":;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::...4.415 50 price paid for the other kind.Capital the American National Bank. It will be an Sts. Visiting brethren .

as the many well-wishers for the bet- ..................';.......41Zto415 &j : easy C. I..
terment of the stage and the development lu: ........................;..h..j 19 Building.One resolution to keep if just make the start. $1.00 C. L. WILKINS. 'I
: ...........................40to407; you
of its possibilities for the ii' .. ..........405 will
We offer the below < benefit of mankind will without doubt.''ti .::::::::::-.::::::::::::_-....,,.40a of the most sensible things be enough. .
,Spirits Turpentine S7& c nts. the neat legislature uld do, says THE NEW r
be. learn, that the forthcoming t
$100 : The Pensacola Journal, would be to 10-

........ mystic production drama of"Parsifal-Wagner's"- famous is an- Pensacola Cotton Market. provide for the present state capital BANKDESIGNATED SHORE
Steam's Visible (new) .VJTS.OO The following fensaoola cotton quota AMERICAN NATIONAL :
Williams, (re-built) ...........!T.i.! 65.00 nounced for Friday Jan. 4, at the lions are furnished by J. O'Connor & building or else put up another building -
T'tnBmore. (practically new) ....... 07.50 opera house. Co., F. 0. B. cotton brokers Pensacola, near the present one for the (Effective Dec.
mlth Premier No. 4 .... ........ 45.00 i Florida: court and the railroad com DEPOSITORY OF THE UNITED STATES.
Remington Xo. 2 (re-built)........ 50.00: I Xo production that has ever been (.Good :Middling .................;,.....10} supreme !
The Journal nota
i presented to. the American publichas1 (Il'trict.Ii .dling .......................10 mission. sa"Sthat Pensaoola-Fort
Also for ten days' delivery we ran sell been received with. such universal -Middling ...._........................ sea single department has sufficient OPERA HOUSE BUILDINGWe Leave Penaaoola.
1 New Century- Fox Fay-Sholcs! Under commendation and praise that has j'Strict Low Middling .................. 9% room. The comptroller's office forceis ':00 am FU."t:
wood or any make of typewriter. Above 'Low Middling ... .....'.'..'.... 84JOBBERS' scattered all over the building and compound Interest at 4 per cent. every three months In our Savings > 11:00 am 1
machines also for rent been accorded! "Parsifal" wherever .:.:.::::.: Department. 1:00 pm
produced. Scholars and artists, press the' majority of the records in .the 2:00; pro :& ,
and clergy theatre goer: and churchgoer : QUOTATIONSPENSACOLA state department are stored away in 3:00 4:00 'pm
all have joined in acclaiming it PRODUCE. the basement because there is .not 5:00 pm

the gentlest. sweetest and 'most gratifying .. sufficient room for them in the main 1:00 pm
Tbe produce market has an upward !
story ever enacted upon the tendency due to the heavy demand by' part of the building. There seem to WEEK .
stage. the approach of Christmas. As will be be good reasons for extensive repairsand Pensacola-Ft.
This spontaneous outburst of appreciation -. noted tnere were many advances in pro.duce additions to the building but it Leave Pensacola.
The New Year Is
particularly butter. eggs and tur
Exchange, is, not occasioned, as one I keys. The market is about as follows. is not at all probable that the people 9:50 7:13 am am
would be inclined to imagine because I Creamery Butter per pound. Sic to 35c. would stand for an entirely new 12:50
20 E. Government St. pm
the play emanated from the brain of Renovated Butter per Ib. ftc to 29c. capital.-Live Oak Democrat ScSO pm I
Cream Cneese, daisies lc.
one of the greatest genuises that. <::00 pm
Cream Cheese singles lac.
ever lived, Richard Wagner. Other. Country Eggs SOc 8:00: pm : j.;
M. A. BAKER & CO. Uiown $3 to JS, CREW NOTICE.
great men have written great plays. chicKena. per dozen. Rapidly Approachingwhich PensacoIaBlo ;
... Neither
the Captain.
The cause lies in the fact that the Ducks per dozen Ji.eO to S. Owners Leave Pensacola.
MANUFACTURERS Irish Potatoes, Michigan, per bu, 70 to nor Consignees! of the steamship 5:00 am t
i beautiful story'told is one that appeals I 7io.;; Anna will be responsible 7:00 am :
Seamless Turpentine Stills, direct to the heart'and soul of every. Irish Potatoes. N. Y., per bu., 80 to Ole ; for debts contracted by 8:00: am :
man or woman that has 01!r Sweet Potatoes, busheL the Crew of said vessel.! 8:00: am : '
Pensacola Fla. a spark per $1.00. G. REDASEICH.:: is reminder of the fact that
85 10:00: am (
Mood in their "veins; that every 1 chow Onions pr busnel to-86ciKed GULF TRANSIT CO.. Captain.
speech .and action used in the development Onions per bu.. SS to 30c. Consignee. this would be a good time for you lt:00 11:00 pm am
Spanish Oalona. in crate. $1.40 to $1.50.!
of the simple story are sc I 1:00 pm 1.
Holland Seed Cabbage per': to"l to start a summer's bank account 2:00 I
intensely dramatic that one sits absolutely i to :c. CREW NOTICE. : pm
enthralled with their powei' omestlc Cabbage per crate $2.15 to Neither- the Captain Ownersnor for the.children. It's the gateway 3:00 4:00 pm pm :

and Impressiveness.Everything S-imons.: Consignees of the steam- 5:00 pm "
per box.Jl.I3 to J4.50.; a ship Capera will be- responsible '
and all pertaining to the I Limes per crate J2.73! to 300. for debts contracted by TO THE ROAD OF SUCCESS 6:00 7:00 pm pm ; i
play is so different from what we have Apples (Ben Davis), per bbl 13.23 to the Crew of said vesspl. &:00 pin :
been so long accustomed to witnessing J3.50.:: G. COSTANZO. ':00 pm
upon the stage that one almost: :Apples, best variety per bbl.. $3.75 .to GULF TRANSIT CO.. Captain.Consignee. Start the account with one or five .10:00 pm

3 seems to be in another world while $1.00.Apples. best ,'arlet).. ;3.50 to $3.Th. 'dollars."FIRST 11:00 PensacoIa-BUr pm Bayou : :It t
under its magnetic and dramatic in. Oranges per box. JI.Tj to $S. CREW NOTICE. day except that flrsf
All Work Tested and Guaranteed. fluence. You watch and wait wilt I Oranges (Florida), per box $2.75. Neither the Captain. Ownersnor 7 a. m.
Grape Fruit per box $3 3.0 to S3." ; Consignees of the British Saturday only.
Write us (OJ prices. \Ve can interest you. baited breath, each succeeding action I Tomatoes bushel (crates $::.50. a steamship Irisbrook. will be NATIONAL BANKOF 1 ;
Geese per dozen. $9. responsible for any debts contracted -
-- -- - --- ,- Turkey per pound 17 to 18c; by tbe crew of said H-
Rutabagas per bu 75 to 80c. vesseL .DONALD KERR.
Malaga Grapes. per bbl. $5.00 to $5.50. Captain.
Cranberries per. bbl. $11.50 to $12.50. PENSACOLA LUMBER CO.. PENSACOLA. FLA.
I Pineapples per crae3.00 to $3.26. Consignees.

H. G. DeSILVA & COMPANY THE TIMBER MARKET.' I I.- Designated Deoosltary or tne United States On the Gulf I'j

Quotations on sawn timber In the Hunting and fishing }
local market are about as follows, on beds within ; -
basis of 40 cubic feed Oyster
30 cubic feet average and over 27 I W. H. Knoirles. President. W. K. Hv.r, Jr.. Ylce-Presldent and Casoler.Tbos }f
I Ass Cashier. W. N. Roberta. As *t Cas&fcr. -Offers exceptional
I Building Material cents. W. Brent. place' to spend part of
2714 cubic feet average S$ cents. Directors-F. C. Brent. W.A. Blount W. H. Knowles. W. K. Hyer Jr.. !
:25! cubic feet average 23 cents. DL O. Brent. -
I Shingles and Slate for Roofing Smaller averages not wanted. LANARK
Trading was light on account of the Under ,
but little timber arrivedfor new
holidays and well kept; will afford lio
I I1 Patent Plaster, Store Fittings, market.BIDS BuyThat -- -- :, hunting and fishing ;

/ Everything for House, Building WANTED.Bids THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Alabama Reached the i.i' .

I' will be received fey the building L Tourist rates now In .
committee of the Palafox Street Methodist WbiskY
and Repairs. Church up to January 1. for removalof I PENSACOLA For hotel
Lt I. the IA>Baron house to the corner of ARK INN, Lanark. Fla.For
Belmont and Guillemarde streets. Ad- has the I A General Banking Business Conducted on a Safe and Conservative
dress or apply to A- M. McMILLAK.2Sdcclt schedules,
: ;Secretary: : reputation I Basis. J. H.

r Solicited"R. M. Bushnell. Cashier. .
Real Estate Transfers. for Purity. Correspondence

The following is'a: complete list of the '
Real estate transactions for The past It is just as easy tose- = -- Pensacola. St.
week, as furnished by the Pensacola Investment J. S.-iiiiE. R. M. CART. J. W. DORR. W. R. QUINA.
> Co.: cure the pure articlcfesainemoc.eythatyOU. President Vice-President. Caahler. AMlstaat-CaaUer. Gulf
Pollock and Edwin li. BurnI
helm to L. & N. R. R. Co.-Lots 7 and THE
Gives the most ordinary property an, !appearance of subtantial I R block 2. Bluff rings-SlOO.M.. $100,000. SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS 123,000. STEAMER
value. A poor one can ruin the effect of the _handsomest 'B. F. Wolfe to JV \V. Bullock. Jr.-Lot pay for the adulterated. If ...RECTORS I ... W. O. "
15. block 15. New City Tract-Jl-00 and R. M. CART. L. J. REEVES
house and grounds. You don'tsrant any. ragged Whisky is what J. J HOOTOX ITOST-CLASS .!'
tronsideralions. Pure ypu
other valuable W A. D'ALEMBERTE J. S. REESE W. DeC. KKSSLCR. -
edges: to your property. I ask for It > > A General Banking Business Transacted and Accounts Solicited; Siiipt Disburse
Among good sidewalks a well laid concrete one' easily w aat, J J menu given Special Attention. PENSACOLA. ( 4

best. Lasts longer costs less for repairs,and add an alr'of ai.d word of the characters appearingin ----'- : LA. :
solid dignity and worth. F tho play. "JESSE MOORE""AA" I DREWS. i

\V* lay such sidewalks and back every one with .our'guarantee I You do not wish to lose one word or 'to 3u. CART, President JXO. B. MASSCr SecretarY.CA.Fl.Y And all ra&elie points on and St.Io
May we estimate on yours:. act of the whole spectacle for each, GOLDRIG ,
one preceding it that you fear N. c CO. Leaves Mobile Pesucola Ala. : -
'might lose the thread of the-thriU- DISTRIBUTOR. -
Leave Penaacola,
FLA. :
Pensacola Cement Stone. Company ing and soul stirring theme and story. 'Wh leal and Retail for St. Andrews. -
Domestic Anthracite and Carrabell and -4
![ It is this intense interest this absorbing .
Handled Exclusively by- Office: 43 S. Palafox St. Te 372.COAL.' For additional -
attention that the play enacts : ; J.
Yard: Corner Tarragona
S. J. Harvey Manager. Telephone .1485. I that holds you spellbound from beginning THE GEM SALOON, Street Yard phones S and E .R. COSB.
General Frt and "
to end of each of the,four acts Riera & Schad, Props. tacolt I
of this remarkable production.
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MEN WHO WANT STYLE collar ALL THE received! A new shipment ,

SPARKMAN TIME is the man who THE WEST T To 0 NAVAL A l Fighting of Chance Lion and, Sir Mouse Kigd

insists on having Lady Baltimore, Jane Cable)


CentsElch At All S Nothing but Books,
2 for 26 Cents Good Shop
Interviewed in Tampa on At Florida Female College Changes Announced by the but all kinds of Books.

Current Issues in Will Not Interfere With Navy Department During:

Congress. 4000! 4000! Session. Past Week. HARRY T. HOWLAND
well examine
j will to our. Manager, De Luna Book Store,
1 to The Journal.
line of handsome Cravanette arrived at What? Why, Records. Washington, Dec. 27.-The following De Luna St. Phone 149t
Congressman Sparkman Tallahassee, Dec. 27.-Since the Borders have been issued by the navy

Coats-a variety of pretty home this morning from Washingtonto Edsion 35c, Columbia 25c. destruction by fire of West Hall on department assigning naval officers .

spend the Christmas holidays, says last Sunday morning President Mur- to duty: DROP IN

patterns and all sizes for men t the Tampa Times. He is'than looking usually and Victor 35c 60c and $1.00. phree of the Florida Female College dered Rear to Admiral-C.duty in the F. Navy Goodrich Depart-or-

feeling well,though more has received numerous messages from ment. AND SEE

; Ioij and youths, $10.00 to 3500. jj engrossed As affairs noted at in the the seat Times of You can get any record you the students who are home for the Captains-J. Hubbard detached dutyin
the Bureau of Ordnance and order-
a few days ,ago he has been made the Christmas holidays asking if the loss
want at of the
ed to duty as general Inspector
with the
by the rivers and harbors'committee of this building will Interfere Minnesota and assigned to vessels
virtually a sub-committee on a dis prompt opening of tae college on
Clutter Music House. when placed in commission; A. Mertz
trict embracing several states next Wednesday morning. commission announced.
cluding Florida, and it has much in- phree states most emphatically that Commanders-C. J. Badger detached
creased ,his special work and responsibility Machines going daily at $1 the loss of West Hall wiu in no way duty in command of the Chicago;

on' the committee.Mr. interfere with the regular session, ordered home and placed on waiting
: Sparkman speaks very encouragingly per week.. which will be resumed on the morn- orders; R. M. Doyle detached in com- CARDSThey
of the business outlook for ing of January 2. mand of the Philadelphia and orderedto
the country at large and especially Do you own one? The conflagration it Is believed command the Chicago; A. F. Fech-
THE JOHN WHITE STORE as to the wonderful development now was caused by a defecure turnace as teler detached command of the Du- are just the
In progress in and throughout the there was no other way -for the fire buque and ordered home; T. S. Rod-
I south. This section is advancingat to start, aU the buildings being heat- gers detached duty as assistant to
Specialists In Men's and Boys' Wear a rate never before equalled andit KNOWLES BROS. ed by steam and lighted with elegy the inspector of the Fourth Light- thing to send absent

is in a way compelling the recognition Insurance.FIRE tricity. It was not discovered untilIt house District and ordered to the in-
I Phone 225 205.207 8. PALAFOX of the country and its largest had made good headway, but the spector of the Fourth Lighthouse District friends at this season
exponents in a business way. ACCIDENT, MARINEGeneral largest blaze was in the vicinity of and ordered to command the
As regards the question of Cuban Agents of the furnace room. Very few students Dubuque; J. B. Bernadou and J. A.
annexation he confirms what he had The EquitableLIFE roomed in West Hall for the reason: Dougherty commissions announced.

previously said-that he finds an overwhelming ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF NEW that at least half of it had been converted Lieutenant Commanders-H. A.
sentiment in oppositionin YORK. into studies for the music department Bishop detached the Maryland and or-
congress and the country. The 309' South Palafox Street. the painting and drawing dered to the Pennsylvania; F. B. Bas- Gem Book Store
r Cuban people themselves do not seem classes, the domestic science labora- sett detached Naval Station Cavlte ,
NOTICEWe to want it; there is no necessity for tory and the domestic art room. Ample and ordered to duty as superintendentof
1 it; the administration disposed to accommodation has been provided in the National School, Manila. P. L; C. R. Johnson, Prop.
with the
A. detached duty
regard public sentiment and thereis 'the neighborhood of the campus for
J WHITES the Phone 230.
FIRED General Board and ordered to
positively no prospect that the the young ladles of West Hall whose
Bureau of Navigation; D. V. H. Allen,
question will again reach a stage quarters were destroyed. The great-
:1 I W. S. Crosley J. F. Carter commis-
which will excite the least est in finding suitable
apprehension difficulty was I
sions announced T. J. Senn orderedto .RUNYAN'S
: I ; .. ROLLERS..
: accommodation for the several stu-
r'j will Naval Station, Newport
Torpedo .
j open our storetomorrow Rivers and harbors matters are in UPON BYNEGROES ios. This however, has been arranged !'I R. I* Jan. 15; H. O. Stickney ordered CLEAN DAILY TOWEL TOWEL EVERY SUPPLY.A DAY.
a fairly satisfactory condition when by Mr. Murphree and save for a' to Norfolk navyyard; W. S. Crosley $1.00 PER MONTH.
there are considered the immense little temporary inconvenience all ordered to New York yard. Phone 848--2 rings. M. G. RUNYAN.
Saturday corner amount of that kind of work need- branches of work in the college will I Lieutenants-A. T. Graham detachedthe Pensacola. Florida.Remarkable .
ed in Florida and the impatience of be resumed next week. Mohican and ordered home; H. P.
the people locally interested. Such President Murphree requests that Perrill detached the Colorado and or-
matters move slowly,both on accountof all state papers make this announce-I I dered to the Maryland; C. G. Sweet Caseof
Palafox and Intendencia their character and the method by ment for the benefit of the college I I detached the Rainbow and ordered to

which they must .be arrived at but students, so that their minds may be the Raleigh; R. L. Berry detached the.
the outcome -will be satisfactory. at rest and that they will make every I Raleigh and ordered to the Colorado;
and will be Florida projects and continuances are preparation to return promptly with I.N. Mansfield ordered to Army General HypnotismVast
glad to not yet generally closed up but will Shooting Affray at Dellwood the re-opening of the school next Wed :Hospital Fort Bayard Texas for

be further considered and there is nesday. A large majority of the .treatment;' F. L. Sandoz ordered to
1 reason to believe that satisfactory Christmas in Which young ladies boarded in East HaIL 'the Dio Juan de Austria; A. W. crowds awed by stupendous

serve you. progress will be made at this ses- They will retain their former quar- Marshall ordered to New York navy of
sion. The aggregate appropriationsdirect Many Are Wounded.Special ters and still not be required to give yard; D. E. Theleen ordered to Naval array extra-
.. Proving Grounds, Indian Head :Maryland ordfnaryHABERDASHERY.
will probably be smaller than up any of their room as ample accommodation -
I -. ; C. Wells ordered to Naval Prov
has been secured else-
they have been in some previous sessions -
ing Grounds. Indian Head, Maryland.
but that is largely because the to The Journal. where. .
several larger projects are on the Marianna Fla., Dec. .-In a shoot Thestate: board of control, havingIn Ensings-B. Barnette when discharged -
from treatment at Naval Hos-
WM. JOHNSON I continuous list and will not show up ing affray Christmas night near Dell- charge this college together pital, New York granted three months Displayed in show window
SON in the bill. with the other educational institutions -
coming "wood about nine miles north of Ma- sick leave; A. B. Reed detached the opposite the ,.toffice
of in po
Mr. is Florida met
Sparkman hopeful of accomplishing rianna two white men and two negroes monthly ses- Paragua and ordered to the Baltimore;
things of much local interest sion today andendorsed the prepara-
. were severely wounded. C. S. Vanderbeck detached the Balti-
and importance but owing to the in- The trouble was started by four tions and plans mde by President more and ordered to Naval Station STONEMOULDER
The Big Store complete character of the conferences Murphree for tne prompt reopeningof

negro brothers by the pg ue of Bell Cavlte A. K. Shoup detached the
of the committee cannot speak who were using abusive language in the college. It is probable that the Rainbow and. ordered to the Mary. OF APPEARANCES.
with the confidence he always desiresto joint boards of control and tne '
the store of J. W.Nichols and were land. _
122 TO 128 SOUTH PALAFOX before saying anything at all de ejected by Mr. Nichols and some by- stated board of education, will immediately Midshipmen-R. _A. White detachedthe COME IN AND GET

finite. Altogether he feels that the standers. Later when Mr. Nichols order the construction of a Rainbow and ordered to the HYPNOTIZED.IN .
Interests of the people are being for started to leave the store accompanied large dormitory to take the place of Maryland. H. Delano and B. L. Canaga -
warded perhaps not so rapidly as he by Melt Dykes they, were attacked the one' destroyed. If this is done detached the Baltimore and order
would personally like and desire, but by the negroes and,In the melee the new building will be much larger ed to the Paragua; S. 1L Lawton Jr., BUYING YOUR
1.................f" .tf,.........,..........NNN.* in full keeping with what other sec- which followed Nichols and Dykes than the old one so as to take care detached the Paragna and ordered'
tions are receiving and other members of the constantly increasing atten- the Colorado.
both the face
shot about and
of the committee are able were neck. dance. Every department of. the col- Medical Inspector-<3. P. Lumsden
the They were severely injured as
New Year
Right 1 for lege shows a increase commission announced.
their more immediate constitu well as- four of the negroes, two of healthy in at- Holiday Giftsdon't
ents. whom tendance and there is no doubt but Surgeon-R. Spear detached Naval
.. I Buy the Wife a Present Deputy were Sheriff badly H.wounded.T. Belser on that the next legislature will heartily! Station. Canacaco L ordered to Naval
of action the Hospital Yokohama) Japan then
approve any joint boards
| that she would than COTTON GROWERS hearing of the affray at once proceeded may take looking to the bettermentof I to Naval Hospital, Mare Island.
appreciate more anything to Dellwood and placed the Bell the college: and the making of Passed Assistant Surgeons-E. C. forget you can be accommodated :-
; | else that could be given her. It is J brothers under arrest. Two of them visions for the constant growth of pro the Taylor F. E. Campbell W. S. Pugh. with the choicest -
SECOND SESSION were lodged in jail at Marianna but Institution. Jr., L S. K. Reeves Jr., and J. E. Gill
i : A GAS COOKING RANGE | the other two who mere too badly commissions announced. of useful articles for the
wounded to be moved were. left at '
; Pay Director-C. W.: LIttlefield de-
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS. Men Youth and ;
J It will lessen her work in Dellwood under guat .i r PAZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed to tached duty as ,general Inspector of a-
every day year, and i; Bv Associated Press. J cure any case of Itching. Blind. Bleeding the corps of the Navy and to duty as prices that make buying a

5 save you money in fuel. $12 and :$.13 installed. Merry :; Boston D"ec.27-President James R. NEW GROCERY or money Protruding refunded.Piles 6 to 14 days or Purchasing Pay Officer Navy Pay pleasure.
J Christmas. :McCall: of the National Cotton :Manu-- Office. Boston Mass.
: facturers Association has issued a Pay Inspectors-S.. :McGowan de Men's and Youth's Suits in
o 4.i call for a second conference. betweenthe fiRM TO OPENHOYT tached duty as assistant to the Chiefof
I manufacturers associations of THE "ALLAN" HIGH- the Bureau of Supplies and Accounts Black, Blue and Fancy,
Pensacola Gas \ and to duty in the Bureau J.
Company cotton growers and the ginners associations ; from $7.50 to $30.
for October. GRADE PERFUME. S. Carpenter detached special duty In
Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. IM BROS. & CO. WILL BEGIN Bureau of Supplies and accounts and Boys' Suits, ages 3 to 17, all
to duty as assistant to the chief of the

1- .................................t.. .v.............. $100 REWARD $100. BUSINESS AT 14 WEST GAR I Bureau; C. Williams detached dutyas styles, from. $1.50to
The "Allan's purchasing pay officer, Navy Pay $8.50.Men's .
dI The readers of this paper"wIH be DEN STREET ON JAN. 10. Janice"The
Office Boston Mass., ordered to set-
pleased to learn tbat there Is at least one .
I dreaded disease that science has been tle accounts and wait orders. Hats from the 50c
FREIGHT ,CAR FROM able to cure In all its stages and thatis Allan VelvetThe Assistant Paymasters-H. I. :Mc- Crusher to the $5 Knox.
Catarrh. Halls Catarrh Cure is the Hoyt Bros. & Co. is the name of a Crea ordered home and granted two
only fraternity.positive cure Catarrh now 'fg a the constitutional medical new grocery firm thai will begin business months sick leave; G. R. Grapo detached Full line of Stetson and No
ST., ANDREWS LINfc disease, requires>s a constitutional at 14 West Garden street about the Yankton; ordered home I
Everyday treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure-is taKen January 10, or as soon as the stock Allan Rose to settle account and wait orders; B.1 Name at $2.50 and $3.50.
internally acting directly the blood
i and mucous surfaces of the system, there- and fixtures can be secured. t Mayer ordered to the Yankton; J. H. King: Quality or Snow Pat-
FIRST CAR FROM NEW ROAD WAS by destroying the foundation of the disease The firm is composed of J. H. Hoyt The Allan Knapp appointed.
Vici is nice
building and up giving the constitution the patient and strength assisting by who will be manager. W. F. Hoyt, andJ. Crabapple Paymasters Clerks-T. A. Henry or- ent or a presentto
SEEN IN PENSACOLA YARDS nature in doing its work. The proprietors C. Green. While Mr. Green will dered to Portsmouth, N.; H., yard; N. make, and only from S3.50
AppearanceIt's have so much faith in its curative not be actively associated the business The Allan Carnation M. Grahllng ordered to> the Ohio: W.
YESTERDAY. power that they offer One Hundred Dol- to $6.
lars fnr any case that it falls to cure. he will have a desk there and R. Pattlson oruered for duty at Washington
Send for list< of testimonials.!< the firm will hate the benefit of his D. d. navy yard.
I Address F. J. CHKXEY: fc'CO.. Toledo long experience and advice. Nellie Warrant Machinists-J. J. Cotter or- It costs you nothing to
A freight cap which attracted some: O. Sold by all druggist 75c. The coming holds Bly dered home and wait orders; J. W. look. Courteous
Take Hall's- Family Pills for constipa- year some exceptionally trcatntC'ntand
attention in the L. & N. yards :yester. tion. bright prospects in store Murray ordered to the Baltimore; B.
usually the II day was one which bore the name! for Pensacola and this new firm will Heggeohaugen ordered to the Colorado Good Values a Speciah) .
everyday "Atlanta & St. Andrews Bay," and was I. come In on the ground floor and sharein and others. ; G. I. Peary ordered to the Raleigh;1
appearance of a man numbered 206. the good things that to T. G. Randall ordered to naval station.
i. that The Atlanta & SL Andrews Bay t ti are come. Cavlte, P. L; B. G. Coleman orderedto
counts. e Railroad as projected. will : the Maryland C. H. JOS. COLEMAN
run from i "What You Want When You I Mary Queen of Scots. ; Gilhuley ordered
: It seems a pity for any'j I Atlanta to Panama City on St. 'Andrews Want It." Mary, queen of Scots must have be- to the Tacoma: P. R. Fox ordered ,
Bay. The line has been completed to the Maine; F. P. Mugan ordered
man to go round in a I I only from Dothan Ala, to 'ai I PATENTI I lieved in phonetic spelling for she to Boston navy yard; A. T. Percival Phone 217. 212 S. Palafox St
1 half-worn suit when you -, point a short distance :south of Boni-; wrote to her son in 1570: ordered to Union Iron Works. -
I Ii !fay, Fla., but it is expected to reach Deir Son-I sen thin berar to see :tow Our perfumes have often Boatswains-J. M. Shaw discharged
i such handsome :
: can get a i the coast inside. of the next six FLAT and bring me word how Ie: do and to treatment Naval Hospital Yokohama rdJI
i- one here for $10.00, as .; I I months. remember zow to learne in tyme to love ,been imitated, which we consider and ordered home; A. C. Larsen detached
I knaw and feir God, and nlxt yat. con-
The car referred to is the first one t the Supply and ordered home;
we are now showing. Oft forme to Goddis command and good nature sincere flatter1We
: from the new line that has been ,, OPENING to remember ye dewtle anent his N. Drake ordered to the Hancock.
course want fort noticed in Pensacola although trains Gunner L. E. Bruce ordered I The
one to
you I yat hes borne sow in hlr sydes. I send them the continue
c to trade
Christmas and whether are now rulning"regularly from Do :cow a bulk to learne ye -eamyn. and I present treatment at Mare Island naval
;, than to Bonifay. LEDGER pray God sow may learn jat begennlngr. hospital ,
f you pay $10.00 or $35.00 I i. and that he will give zow his blessing as with a knowledge of their Chief Carpenter W. Richards or ChristmasWash.
s Fish Sold AltTF. I do hart!!. gfoe SOW mjroe.. In help zowsaD dered to Naval Station, Cavite. .
t you are assured of best .Fleusburg a seaport town on the eastcoast deserve it quhan sow come, to dis superiority.HOOTON'S. Carpenters-W. R. Donaldson order- ,

h in quality for the money. of Schleswig-Holstein. has an ex- For business men. Saves cretion. Your loving and good MARIE moder.R. ed to the Raleigh; J. Murray ordered .

cellent system of bringing to port fish time and worry.jecar to the Colorado; 7, W. Melhop ordered
S which are intended for Immediate j to the Raleigh.wSrlne .
con The Turk and the Crescent. Send the soiled Christ-
sumption. Instead of packing the fish .ry a full line of Blank When Philip of Macedon approachedby Corps Orders

f In the hold of the vessel the fishermen Books in all l sizes and night with his troops to scale the Brigadier General Geo. C. Reid, mas linens here to be

} use flat oblong boxes; drilled with ] walls of Byzantium the moon then granted leave for one year with per washed and returned for

holes to allow free access of water and bindings. We solicit new or In crescent, shone out and.discovered mission to leave the United States;
Captain Logan the New Years' spread.
duty at.Marine
I H 0. ANSON into these the live fish are placed as I your trade. his design to the besieged Barracks Norfolk Va. in connection --I
soon as caught and aretowed under who repulsed him. The crescent Was with the Marine detachment
The Star Steam
.1 water. By this means the fish are kept after that adopted as the favorite PHARMACYThe for the Minnesota; First Lieutenant
I CASH CLOTHIER, g alive until the harbor Is reached. and Maura Stationery Co. badge of the city When the Turks E. W. Banker to continue duties in I I
they are then taken out of the boxes took Byzantium they found the cres- Cuba; First Lieutenant S. W. Brew Laundry
Corner Palafci and Halo. i and sold alive on the that Stationers That Know. Phone'165. cent In ster ordered to command marines i
r quay so every public place and, believe on Phone 1UPensaccla
Birthplace of 37 E. Garden St.
I there can be no 'question as to>> their Co,. Government and Deluna Sts ing it to possess some magical power Prompt Delivery the Indiana; First Lieutenant J. T. Fla.
absolute Buttrick granted one months leave. j
freshness. it
Adopted themselves
f Phone
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