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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: December 1, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
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SOUTHERN RT. WRECK FLEETS, OF BATTLESHIPS PEONAU_ ?. TR.IAL'.!: : I


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I Plans for Organizing Fighting I MELVILLE MCDONALD I Strong'Evidence Against the ;. f

Bale; : for Disaster Charged TILLMAN PAYS RESPECTSTO .
Vessels AnnouncedBy Defendants Was Adduced

Absolutely to C. D. Mat-
KILLED IN A WRECK
ILLINOIS OFFICIALS Admiral.Converse. in Court Yesterday.

toax of Rangoon. :

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Ir ... Assignment of *All Vessels Young Man Formerly of Fourteen Witnesses Heard .

pisappeared an Hour After Denounces Gov. Deneen and : ( JAPAN IS NOT
FIVE BLOWN TO PIECESBY Behalf of the Government '
Will Be Completed by This City, Meets Deathat on -

Accident and Has Not Mayor Dunne and Pre- DYNAMITE CHARGEBy ,: -

( Associated Press.) j January 1. Castlebury, Ala. ;

Been Located. dicts Race.Riots. Knoxville.Nov.30.-Five men HARDPRESSED ,

were killed by tue premature :

FIERY 'SOUTH CAROLINA SENATOR discharge of a dynamite blast ) ARRANGEMENT SUCH THAT WAS FLAGMAN ON TRAIN BOUND GALLAGHERGRACEANDSANDOR '

ALLOWED THE TWO FAST TRAINS in a deep cut being excavatedfor DIRECTLY CONNECTED WITH : j jTHECAPTUREANDRETURNOP
FOR PENSACOLA, AND WAS IN
EXPRESSES HIS VIEWS IN the South & Western rail- WHOLE FORCE CAN BE MOBI.

!KTO, THE SAME BLOCK AT THE road at Moccasin Gap, Va, '
Not in Great Need of Funds ENGINE WHEN IT OVERTURNED
HIS USUAL CAUSTIC MANNER- I this afternoon. LIZED IN CASE OF EMERGENCY, .

SAME TIME-DISASTER BEING A that seven THE HUNGARIAN, MIHALY- .t 4
( report says ON HIM-FOUR HOURS BEFORE .
r TILLMAN THE GUESJ OF MAYOROF ON BOTH THE ATLANTIC M'J Notwithstanding Con- \ 't
charges were prepared five of I
\
INVESTIGATED-EVERY WHEEL SHARP TILT BETWEEN ATTORNEYS : t
MILWAUKEE.By which exploded. Believing PACIFIC COASTS-THE TENTATIVE RESCUED AND DIED SHORTLY ;trt I iI't

ON RAILWAY WILL STOP FOFFIVE that all had exploded the men ) trary Statements.Special AFTERWARDS. OVER QUESTION OF LAW. f.
returned to the cut when the ASSIGNMENTS. I .i. I

MINUTES AT TIME OF other two exploded. terribly "I -, :
Associated Press.
mangling their, bodiesGILLETTE to Th. JournaL "
SPENCER'S FUNERAL.By Chicago, Nov. 30.-Senator B. R. By Associated Press. Melville McDonald, a young man I Considerable progress was made 1- ,J' ii

Tillman, of South Carolina discussed = : : Washington, Nov. 30.-The completed Tokio feelings Nov. 30.-on In the spite: subject of the pessimistic of'formerly f of this city but whose home (yesterday in the trial of W. S. Harlan I I I

.is In DeFuniak was killed yesterday Robert Gallagher et al on the charge I
the Chicago aspect of the race ques- plans for the organization for the Japan's financial conditions which |I
.the two fleets for 'In a wreck at Castlebury, Ala., on the I .
Associated Press. tion yesterday before taking the train fighting vessels of prevail 'in certain quarters by reasonof & I of conspiracy to commit peonage in y
M. & M. division of the Louisville
L nchburg Nov. 30.-The cause oft for Fon du Lac. Wia. where he lectured AGAIN coasts service of on the the United Atlantic States and Pancific in suchmanner Mr. Takahashi's mission to Londonit 'Nashville.: He was employed as flag- the United States Court fourteen wit. .' .

( awful wreck on the Southern Rail- last night./ He paid his final that thewhole.. force may be is stated 'on the best of authoritythat man, running between this city and nesses being examined on, behalf of
ray near Lawyers Station yesterday, Japan is not at present pressed in the cab of The heard .
of 'Montgomery, and was the government. witnesses -
in
respects to Major Dunne: whom.he readily mobilized; cases emergency .
'ar'in need of
for funds great money.
rhen President Samuel Spencer and the when the wreck occurred I
I 'is announced byTlear Admiral Con- engine were J"W. Rafford C. Frank Dunk ,
criticised ,
i9! guests were killed is laid absolutev in his Orchestra hall address I Japan has a deposit in Lodon of $250- the engine overturning and pinioninghim
Tuesday night for declining to verse, chief of the bureau of navigation 000,000 and it' is confidently expected ley H. K. Caldwell J. C. Satterwhite, ,
to C. D. Mattoax, the operator in ON STAND in his beneath it for four hours before
of the '
harge of the block station at Ran-I preside; denounced Governor Deneenas TJEJ annual report navy, made department public to-day. The that the balance of trade at the end, the massive machine could be raised. John Atwell Mr. Stokes Julius :

oon. Mattoax who disappeared less a trafficker in negro votes, ami pre- concentration of the battle fleet in the of the year"Will be a favorable one. He died at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon I Rhodes, J. B. Barlow, Jesse Kemp, J* 3 I
ban an hour titer- the wreck has not dicted that the Barnett incident in the American waters and the assignmentof Next year's b dget will be framed so at Montgomery, where he had [I T. Wiggins. Judge James Johnson. .I
'::Fen found. despite the fact that railway recent election proved this city had all vessels therein.to the commandof as to meet expenditure! : in excess been taken for treatment. I I C. H. Moneke and Ben H. .j '
detectives scoured the surround lost all semblance of. of receipts. with the surplus of the '
self-government will be completed Details of the accident the fatal injuring
Accused of Murdering one flag officer. Thomas. Messrs Rafford, Caldwell
Man
:r.;? country and his home at Sandy "1 made a'great hit the night when about January 1 next. war fund amounting, it Is believed to of the young man, and later of I
Let'el, forty miles from the scene offte I blistered Mayor Dunne," said 'the The tentative assignment of vesselsis 150,000,000 sterling and with the sur- his death reached here yesterday. Wiggins and Thomas were new witnesses

! wreck. A Southern Railway official senator. "The crowd got up and Grace Brown Testifies in as follows: plus in the general account of $30. The accident occurred yesterday mornIng not having been heard at the t

!. late this afternoon stated that yelled; it seemed to agree with my Atlantic Fleet-FirSt: squadron first 000000. ArministraUoa expenses will, about 1 o'clock and was causedby trial of Harlan Hilton and Hugging t 1'i7 I
II'! company was anxious to appren sentiment as applied to His Own Behalf. also be curtailed. Finally the sum for C
mayor.
your division: Connecticut, Louisiana, the third section of train No. 15. which was recently concluded with the .
> at.>ment that might throv some nett. for is fair illustration f win amount to at least $17.500.000.
judgeship a -
siding and
Second division: Georgia, New Jersey Castlebury to take a going .
'eht: on the cause that led him to al- of the indifference of unscrupu There will be no necessity for a fresh that the fourth With these exceptions the testimonywas ,
Rhode'Island. Virginia. back such a distance
! iwo trains in the block at I By Associated Press. Increased taxation. the same as has been heretofore ; ji.1 j
o same lous politicians toward the welfare of I loan or for into the
Herkimer N. Y., :Nov. 30.-Evidence I.I I. Second squadron third division: section of the train ran ca : ,
::. time. The official refused f
same
the country, continued Senator Till- Alabama Illionis Kearsarge, Ken- boose. reported.J. i
in the trial of Chester.Gillette
If ;whether the company would man. I tucky. Thursday night freight out of Montgomery W. Rafford testified to a conversation ,
rosP'ute, the missing operator should :"As long as Governor Deneen and for the murder ofGrce, Brown was Fourth division: Ohio, Indiana, DUBOSE DID NOT I for Pensacola was exceptionally with Dr. Grace at Lockhart with '
( b? found, and did not know other unscrupulous men of his political concluded to-day. During the after Iowa. heavy and five sections of train '
.
I"h'lhpr Mattoax could be prosecuted faith put such men for office the district called several I handle the reference to bringing a man back to ,
up noon attorney Third squadron fifth division: Ten. EMBEZZLE FUNDS No. 15 were necessary to + '
-4 the Virginia laws. the country is in danger. It's up to witnesses in rebuttal but defense nessee Washington St. Louis. business.? These trains were made up the camp in a"buggy. Witness was "

:Mattoax had reported to Lawyers the people to put a stop to this. Why consumed only two hours examining: Sixth divisionr Columbia Des and started out within about an hour at the time an employee of the Jack .

fttrain< thirty-three was on the do they stand for it? witnesses for that side and then Moines Cleveland SL Louis. By Associated! Press. I I of one another. 'Sections 1 and 2 son Lumber Co. by whom he was employed .c4' i ,

"'-. there would have been no accies Riots Predicted."I rested. Fourth squadron. seventh' division: Birmingham :Nov. 30.-In the fed- 'passed Castlebury all right, and sec- for thirteen months. He Is at :.i "

because the Lawyers operator have been accused of coming Gillette again stood the ordeal of Dixie, Marietta Newport Don Juan eral court to-day after all the testimony -,tlon three was compelled to stop upon resident of Pensacola .
51 have held train thirty-seven at here to stir up race hatred, but I cross examintion on the death scene de Austria.. had been submitted in the trial!I i I arriving there to pack some of the I. present a .
fA"oog until number thirty-three had I came here to depict conditions as they at Moose Lake cooly answering the Eighth division: P atrie, Dubuque of Gordon Duboee" former presidentof !axle boxes, which had become not Mr. Caldwell who is a farmer residing .i4

t':::-cd the block at Lawyers 'no mat-. are, believing' the Northern people merciless questions the district at Paducah Scorpion-{'.:/' the First National .Bank of Ensley, Knowing that the fourth section was near Laurel Hill testified that :.j; .

>w long the delay. -- should investigate the 'race question. torney. ,He testified,that many of the The seventh and eighth divisionswill charged with misapplying and embezzling I I immediately behind Flagman McDonald he saw the defendant Gallagher 2.4J' ,

i-Hntendent: Andrews of the Dan- which will become one of their perils.I things he said and wrote before the be held in reserve when their funds of a national bank. Judge I was sent back to flag down the two: ether men in a buggy talking with : r I

f: 'Inision. to-day said: the report predict that within five years Chicago trial were lies concocted for various services are no longer required for police Jones ordered the charge of'embezzle-I train as it approached Castlebury and Deputy Sheriff Atwell and that the : [ I
'tll' engine of the forward train will have bloody riots arising reasons; that many of the things lie and patrol duty. ment stricken from the Hctment.1 I prevent It from running into the third men had told Atwell to watch for a. .

1 '-i. >d was untrue and as a matter the blacks. The same will take placeIn evidences of guilt, were acts of Texas Brooklyn. shown embezzlement. The are* He went back up the track as direc- Saw Mihaly Returned. ; 9
r 0 the engine did not leave the all other Northern cities where the cowardice. Second torpedo flotilla: Hopkins, ments proceeded under the indictment ted and when the fourth section came I J T. Wiggins, a lawyer, residing at r '

"-i' more than twenty feet, the air negro! is pandered to in politics. There was a big crowd at the court- Lawrence, MacDonough Whipple. charging mis-application of funds. in sight flagged It down; notified the Florala stated that he saw the defendants ':
h ritu anplyinar!!: immediately upon the "The election and counting out of house to-day, much larger than the Truxton, Worden. conductor and engineer that his train Gallagher Grace and Sandor '

.".:-.'"i.', on the draw-head: on the for-'all semblance of self-government be- ioned gallery were capable of accom- Blakely De Long. Rodgers Stockton. ATLANTA HAS A on account of hot boxes and climbed Florala and beard one of the three say :

<4 X* caused the enrfne to become cause it let a political ring nominatea modating. Interest having been Asiatic 'eet-First squadron first I into the cab with the engineer, whichIs that the man had either run or gone i ',

,''ht'd This was being repaired man that the )people did not want. aroused by th eannouncement that Gil- division: West Virginia, :Maryland, customary. to go into Castlebury. away and that they had "run the .
-" Ij! the collision came. "Written.. _threats_to assassinate Mrs.Adele lette would be on the witness stand Pennsylvania, Colorado. DOUBLE TRAGEDY Thinking that the train at Castle- scoundrel down." On cross examina- C; ,

J. Keeler. burn her tome ana I again. Second division: Baltimore Chattanooga bury would remain stationary the tion he testified that Manager Harlanof ,, ,. .
EVERY WHEEL WILL STOP destroy the Chicago Union Hospital Immediately on the resumption of Galvesion, Cincinnati. engineer of the fourth section pro- the .Jack"on Lumber Co., bad ,
AT TIME OF FUNERAL beneficiary of the Tillman lecture !the trial Gillette took the stand, seating Second squadron third division: By Associated Press. ceed with his train under such speed signed affidavits against certain parties .

'..in on. Nov. SO.-The funeral ,were placed yesterday in the hands of f| himself carefully and comfortablyand Concord, Raleigh, Helena, Wilmington. Atlanta Nov. 30.-John P. Cooper that it could be brought to a stop before In.Judge John *on's court e I
n' will take United States government officials. looking Intently at the counsel Fourth division: Caliao El Cano, a carpenter. after fatally choppingthe reaching Castlebury. in coming After the testimony of Moneke hal I ,
IIdent I
V. Spencer place : Postoffice inspectors will begin a aroused by the announcement that Gil Villalobos. head and neck of his wife Georgia down a grade some distance above been given Judge Johnson was recalled : j. t .
Quiros
1:1'D': '> o'clock Sunday afternoon at. ;searching inquiry. and arrests are lette that he must face the jury when Coast defense: Monterey, Monad with a hatchet, blew out his own I{Castlebury however the engineer of and a lively tilt ensued between ; :
; ; church Rev. Roland C.officiatin promised. A remarkable feature of answering questions.Mr. brains. The sons of the couple who the fourth section saw directly ahead Judge L. J. Reeves of defense. and J 1 ..:
:;;'h The Interment will nock.
v' 'I' II the situation is the fact that the Ward read a letter from Gillette First torpedo flotilla: Bainbridge returned home at six o'clock found the the caboose of McDonald's train. The District Attorney SVnpard over a ,
'. Washington.F ; threats were written on stationery of to Grace Brown aider date 'of June Dale Chauncey Decatur. house locked and requested the asS(&.--latter had backed out so as to entera ouestion of Inw it being alleged t>y f

"" '" n-e minutes during the funeral Rev. Dr. Tilroe,.presiding elder of the 25, in which he said he had been to Barry Pacific, squadron., first squadron, ance of neighbors to gain admittance.The switch and let the fourth section Judge; Reeves that the reawn for tbe ;.4' i ". ,
':. nnins promptly at two o'clock Chicago district of the Methodist Little York Lake with some fellows. j Charleston, Milwaukee tragedy was then discovered. The have the right of way but of this recalling of Johnson was for the pur- .
| 'vi train and all the machinery .ofitire first division: .
about weak to make a statement and McDonald were the testimony of 1 1ronpkt'
believed
I)" church. It is some one They were in bathing. New Orleans. woman was too both the engineer nose of Impeaching;
,'1 "'1.- Southern mark Railway of system the Methodist Book Concern building, "Gillette, if you had struck Grace Second, Albany divisionCcago: York- and no cause Is yet known. ignorant, and they supposed, that the :\ .' hlch .th. < judge contended.. .) : .f.t
respect
'" "1 'stopped as a where Rev. Dr. Tilroe has his office, Brown at Big Moose Lake and f rm.T> TV cf nn Prfnreton. train was standing stilL was not allowable The court nmn- t.. \ 'r 1
hte
''"*'. president on the second floor gained ac.ess to stunned her, would you have told the Fourth-' dn-lt;; L1la: Preble, CONTRIBUTES TODEFUNCT The engine crashed into the caboose ed that. aecordin to general nracti've !>.. '
'" ,irtive, pall bearers will be the the minister's stationery. The federal officers Farragut, Golds- BANK of third section with great force, it would not be allowable but that, imd A,' t
: st in the service Paul Jones Perry
negro porters The engineer the <
investigation was begun there "Yes"PRSIDNT .and the engine overturned. >r the circumstances considering '. t.
f\ Southern. The list will be an- borough, Rowan.CONGRESS. and I
The message containing threats of i and fireman jumped condition of Moneke, the testimony of 1 '
1" ',' Associated Press.Butte .
1"1.' ''! to-morrow. death destruction and incendiarismwas By 30.-Receiver Wilson of escaped but Flagman McDonald' remained Judge Johnson would be allowed. < j i .
Nov.
II t. : honorary pall bearers Include written in ink in a religious Bank to-day received a I in the cab and the big engine .unekp hid testified that Mr. Harlan :1, t .
ATBOSTON
'The presidents: and officials of the strain, and was signed "Grace and the Etna hundred thousand dollars I fell on top of him. As soon as possible had signed a certain affidavit in Jude i iJohnson's J.,.
or-* J, Pierpont Morsran and other check for one in raising :tt. ;
Mary Owens." Heinze, with a every effort was centered court and the Judzp. noon ; i
':Jnent New York financiers. Rev. Dr. Tilroe was at a loss to un COMMENDEDBy OPENS from saying F. Augustus that although he had resigned the engine to extricate the badly being sharply OU 5t10Ued. stated that f' ; I
letter but it was not until 'u"'tom' of Mr. Harlan to ? I :
It the
of derstand who could have gained ac of the bank injured flagman was
Investigation Disaster. the. presidency ,
tynchtmr Nov. 30.-An investirain cess to his stationery. lIe declaredthe there was a possibilbility four hours had elapsed that the young telephone to Florala. saving authnrtly"t/ ; i.1
I three ago -
that Associated Press. I years rescued and taken immedi- for the signing of his name to affidavits J.i 1' : ,
of lot
stationery was part a of it was
< la not aware man
being
made
to-day into the ciristar.c Washington Nov. 30.-The presi By Associates Press. that many were I for treatmentHis employees of the com i :.! .
,
"::: s which ted to the wreck of: he had discarded last year. dent has received scores of commen Boston, Nov. 30.-The congress for and as through:: confidence in his repu' ately to Montgomery were fatal. against r.1: t. 4Harlan's : ;
'11 two Southern Railway fast trains Apparently to emphasize his disap- datory communications on his action the discussion of "social education, a tation his friends lost money he injuries. however pany : i
,
here yesterday morning result I proval of the course of Mayor Dunne in discharging three companies of negroes -' step declared to be demanded:: by the makes the contribution. I and he expired at 5 o'clock.of the young Letter of The Journal i-1; 1' '
;". n the death of Pro Mnt Soenc r I in the Tillman affair. Mayor Sherburn 1 1i ]'' of the Twenty-fifth infantry, implicated complexities of modern life" opened | The mother and sister were Ben. H. Thomas. .1

.r. road and six: other person! and I' Becker of Milwaukee to"confer who came with to I' in the late trouble at Browns to-day with a large attendance. Li- BREAKS THE SHOTPUTTING I I man. who earlY.yesterday reside at PeFuniak morning of ter staff.: from testiSM the to nostofnce having received addressed a let tl) ; :;! .
or others. The the city yesterday I supenntenntt notified "
"iury many dealt
yule, Texas. They are mostly from brary associations, Pen } ;
RECORD and passed through the editor of The Journal and to hav- -:: ,
certain
municipal I
accident I
the Mayor Dunne over mothersand the
'Ham Pollard. in'I"nt
negro porter the north and include many veterans and teachers organizations routs to Montgomery and the letter. This f :
1 en ins: opened read
1. hunted Senator yesterday
matters up and sacola
ownership educational
and .
Spencer's private car who served with troops. clubs '
negro womans before
Associated Presr. expired other things' that t i'
By letter stated :
among
.t. Shaw the fireman both Tillman and made him his guest at and similar or- but the flagman <
negro instrumental bodies Nov. 30.-At the field '
Francisco,
San had tried to get away beforeleaving t'i
While not coinciding fully their arrival. men .
breakfast
"n died in the city hosnital!: here, ganizations are represented., of the Olympic Club yesterday brought through anfl l f. ,
meet for
day will be New York the" camps >
': -"ht' swelled the death list to)with Senator Tillman's views Becker on the 4RMY AND NAVYIOOTBALL David Star'Jordan of Leland Stan- r Ralph Rose made a new world'srecord Pensacola The remains this morning and taken to had kept trying to escape after reaching : J
Mayor expressed
r all The latent word fromy1 ,race question said there never has f
m fprd University, twelve pound shot
by putting a interred this after letter signed with'a : "
to be there. The wa 11
admiration for the DeFuniak
1 ''' ital regarding the injured in- the highest been such an aee: for young men who and halt inches, .
I fifty-five feet six one the emetery at Ouchnianna.It stamp and J. C. Satterwhite was
.
) ''i that all of them are doing Southern senator.PARDEE GAMEBy do things. One third of the young: which beat the throw of Gray of the noon is In expected that there will be a called and testified that Mr. Harlan .
fI' I.
", . s< of 'hf wreck is ten miles: south Associated Press. I of their habits, but trained, one and one-half inches. number the body from Pensacolathis of his signature and that It was : Ii
2'T nrtl' inr and to it many' persons PARDONS Philadelphia Nov. 30.-\\fth every "loyal, soberminded young men were accompany I his custom to use it In signing let "
n>. H 'Id.i,:j out of curios- morning...,__ __ .... ._
their 'STATESEPARATION
It. .... way player in good condition and confident t tin demand. CHURCH AND was "wpci' .4..vw r I-I..r.. ....... ters. .: 'l:'
lii .
-h effects of the disaster the Annapolis and West Point football LAW McDonald some years since The testimony of the other witnesses .f
Will Speak. Mr. f
\\"')ri, Of clearing the debris Is ELECTION CROOKS i Cleveland !41t
squads arrived to-day for the 30.-Grover Cleveland employed in the yardmaster'soffice was practically the same as at 'T4' .
i 'I"!' vtrup.i on and some of the j annual army and navy game tomor i I New York, Nov. of honor and delivered Jy Associate Press. was as telegraph operator and held the first trial and the evidence wan

I p I h-. already been remvoed. :row. Batallions from the two government was a guest at the banquet of Paris Nov. 30.-:Cardinal Richard: that position for some mouths. He all etrons against! the defendants In
,1\1"- ironer J.: '\". Davis Is ex- Sacramento By Associated, Nov 30.Press.-At the request schools are expected by special I! an address Society of the state archbishop of Paris has transmitted came here from his home in De the case at bar 3' -
II" Take some action on the nee train tomorrow.fINDICTED. :the St. Andrew of leaving the employof still number of government ? -
,.. of Attorney Henry Governor which was held at instructions to the parish priests Funiak, and after 'There are : a
".:Iv. He arrived at the I Pardee hag pardoned Steffens and Wy- !jof' New Waldorf-Astoria York tonight Other the city regarding the church and the L. & N. took the position of witnesses to be heard and It !s '
'
the
wreck yesterday but find- in THE included Andrew state separation law. The general report clerk at the Southern Hotel when the hardly probable that the rovernment .
ballot box
the alleged stuffers i guests .
'*" > been man prominent ;
bodies already had the
conducting to-dav. The defense
.
instructions are non. were will rest Its case
Morrison
:Mortimer Durand, is thatj.the Misses
order that they may testify against CHIEF OF POLICE and Sir H. 4 ;
Carnegie
: rVrrpd until to-day as to d"n Schmitz of Ambassador. recongnition of the law and passive hoteL Later he went to Montgomery hat a Jane number of witnesses sal e -
and ,
:'at >t* ns he should takp in f Abraham Ruef Mayor the British few months since entered the will probably consume fully three t
,., '."'r The escape of E. A. Merv -, San Francisco. The men were sentenced -.; By Associated Press. i, Leader Dead. resistance. and a of the Lousiville & $ashY ll favg in hiring theist As the case <:, : i
r N w to five years in prison for stuffing t San Francisco, Nov. 30.-Abraham Democratic employ .i:'f 5 I
Vorfc ton In Time. win hardly to
private secretary 30.-General L. Victor Just looks at pr -!*nt It po ;
ethe only survivor in theM ballot boxes at the primaries a' Ruef and Chief of Police Dinan were I Baltimore. :Nov.one of the Democratic New York ,ny. 30.-Adam J. as The flagman.deceased had many friends and the jury before the middle< and possibly # t i-;

*h., private car save for a short time before the last election. :f indicted by the grand Jury this afternoon Baughman of thos state. died suddenly SWOTX 96 years old. who Joined Trin- relatives in ppnsacola. He was a the latter part of next week. j'; f. ; i '
with :
; n". ; miraculous. The Ininriesp charged conspiracy in connection leaders of Methodist church in Trenton N. D. Morrison, and wuwell !
with the alleged protection of;today at his home at Frederick ity nephew of A. ACQUITrEDOF-- ':1 4: .
'IhwfJ1'e he of faith a week: FAIN '
not serious and 1 disease. General his confession and liied In the city.
J., on
r' Oijp to leave the city hosoitalo : ful genius as a railroad executive.I houses of prostitution. Dinan was also -I acute Bright's 63 old. He and who said then it was the known MURDEROUS ASSAULT :. d iJ
None of them would discuss the question -: indicted on the charge of Baughman was years ago. =, ,
ablv l bv the first of theweek. per- southern side during first time he had ever been connected WANTS ARCTIC ROUTETO $: t'j '
of his successor. They were also i jury. No attempts will be made to I served on the church died here Wednesday BEHRING STRAITS '" V ; ;
had been with 'E. :
prominently a ovfl.-li Fain.
He an
civil war. I Atlanta .
F>iends Pay Tribute. overwhelmed with distress that none, displace Dinan pending the trial. the '
y I the mentioned as a candidate: for night. _ Journal automobile machinist was acnuittadf i 1 } .
01'1XO", ..O.-Newa of the'' of them gave any consideration to I Soeclal to The
I. .., miV'f" I .t '
I Marine this afternoon on the charee of :
; ,"" fle-.th of SiTnn I Snencer I' matter. ..I King Menelik III. governor. Died of Pneumonia.St. St. Petersburg Nov. 30.-The f
I "' thp There will probably .be ',a special Home Nov. 30.-News from Adis, Joseph Mo., Nor. 30.-Richard Ministry Is considering the desir- derous assault upon a negro doritrr '.t' :
Southern Railway Meet.
trf to
i Abeba Abyssinia is to the effect that Navy Yard Employees expedition for the September rlota. An alibi was 1 'j i !.
e from of organizing an
t. ki"11| in a train wreck near meeting of the directors of the Southern meeting of the National J. Ganrey representative-elect ability ,' ,
v.::, .1" "1'"a. startled his many road at an early date to take: King Menelik is seriously ill, and It is There will be of Navy a Yard employees the second Missouri'district, died at the discovery of a sea route through nroven. Fain was chareed with fofe 'f" f '1 f
League die Marion hotel -jit
the from
action President Spen feared here that grave disturbances this city yesterday of i-the Arctic Ocean to the Behring I lowing negro \ '
SOc1ates here.: All of them appropriate on (Saturday night Dec 1. at 7:30 oclock his .home in him three times. :; .
411l:1li: 'iBvIng! tributes to his high cer's death. A majority of the directors -, are likely to occur In the struggle for(lln..the K. of P. halL pneumonia aged 42 years. Straits. and firing upon
be as a man and to his wonder- : will attend the funeral services. ,I Ii succession.




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I DYSENTERY CURED AT 88iK. W ALtOLcOuNtV L .w WE HAVE JUST ENTERED_ FLORIDA.The -


; ; Eastern Companies are making' desperate fight to keep the


t r p- -- Mr. Silas Dunton, who celebrated Tl State Mutual Life Insurance, Co. of Ga.
AT STATEFAIR "
his .
3' 88th .blrthday on
from doing the business of the south._ When one considers that these Eastern

April 9th, last, and" who has Companies have. practically .owned the insurance of the South for over 40 years
.
been one of the most highly respected that
from source
/ and received ,

; 4' 7 I k 2 : and best known merchants I OVER FIFTY MILLIONS OF PREMIUMS EVERY YEAR,

1/ for the past 60 years in I feel the of the tide by
-- we can understand how keenly they turning ,
} \ : : Millbury Mass. thanks Duffy'sPure '
,
t Fine Exhibit Is Highly Commended THESE PREMIUMS STAYING SOUTH FOR REINVESTMENTS.When .
Jj Malt Whiskey for his
we, THE STATE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., of Ga., in
youth and vigor. by a Tampa
.
? the beginning ,of this year gave out our ESTIMATE of business'we expectedto

''f; A friend of Mr. DUI ton's says Paper. do for 1906. we were told that it would reqijire a business equal to OXE 01

t j he looks so well that he is easily I the "Big Three," and that it was out of reason to say that a young

I r ., good for twenty years more.. J It is especially pleasing to note the SOUTHERN Company would do such a business._ We have not only: done

'i presence at the fair ot some of the more in Alabama in 1906 than any one of them issue ind 1905.: but
.i V Mr.\ Dunton visits his store I western 'to whom .the question -
counties,
.f their exhibits MORE THAN ALL OF THE BIG THREE TOGETHERas
almost every ,day. Last sum I of transporting

:i' ;tJIZ4( 4 :,' mer he had a severe attack of ; subject means no of small this sketch undertaking-Walton, and cpun-the will be seen by' the following, which is taken from "Alabama Insurance

Ii'k yrt t. dysenterywhichwaseompletely |ty-Is to be commended for her enterprise Report of 1906;"

her exhibit, though small giv MUTUAL LIFE OF NEW YORK . .$3,499,262
-.f: cured by Duffy's Pure Malt | ing the visitor from other states an op-

E 1 Jortunity to judge of the varied re- NEW YORK LIFE . . . :. .. . 2,463,769
1 Whiskey. sources of the state of Florida, says I
. I *- I the Tampa Times. EQUITABLE LIFE . . . . . 1.632,969

"I am using Duffy's Pure' Malt Whiskey, 'These remarks are called forth by
of Three"$7,596,000
'1 f / + _____ and think it very valuable as a medicine. Last Jhe fact that Walton county which ir Combined total "Big

. t.,. c July I was taken sick with dysentery, and the, r distinctly a farming section, shows Business written in Alabama during the TEN MONTHS of 1906 by the
: : 4 doctor thought my case was almost hopeless. some samples of wheat, a grain unknown -

,- i:_ _ A good doctor and a very good nurse worked to the farmers of the southern "STATE MUTUAL LIFE. INSURANCE CO., of Ga. .$7,613,750
. ____________ and for four scarcely considered
) .. over me night day or five months, portion of the state, an in TEN
,t I givingnie all sorts of medicines. Finally I in-> I among the farm products of a This shows that we have written more business MONTHS ot

: ... sisted on two or three spoonfuls of Duffy's section devoted-according to the '1906 than the "Big Three' combined issued during theTWELVE MONTHS of
i t;' __ _ Pure Malt Whiskey a day, and I do believe it ideas of many who are Ignorant of its
I' was the medicine that cured me. For a man I possibilities-to the growth of 1905. ,

if.: I $I. -L__:_ ___ of 88 years I am very well."-Silas Dunton. oranges. DOES THIS NOT SHOW THAT WE ARE DOING THE LIFE IVSl'R-
.. Mass. ISth 06. ,
1 & MUU DUVTOS, 63 YEAKS OLD. Millbury, May Walton county, furthermore oCCtrpies
the distinction of being the onlj ANCE BUSINESS OF THE SOUTHand
county at the fair with an exhibit of
ft Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey buckwheat. and a whale's rib is a that there must be something particularly good about our politic:, that enables -

unique novelty decoration which has by been Commissioner added as J.a us to do such a tremendous business in the face of the concentrated nrt

: is an absolutely pure, gentle and invigorating stimi ant and tonic, builds up the nerve tissues, tones up the heart gives power to the W. Henderson, of Luanna. who is in made on us by all companies, the Eastern Companies in particular?
,;:! brain, strength and elasticity to the musces and richness to the blood. It brings into action all the vital forces, it makes digestion charge of the exhibit. We the cleanest broadest fairest Annual Dividend
i;;4 perfect and enables you to get from the food you eat the nourishment it contains. It is invaluable for overworked men, delicate Canned syrup and honey both in are writing pohne"
J;_ women and sickly children. It strengthens the system, is a promotor of good health and longevity, makes the old young and keeps the comb and strained are to be that can be found; and they contain larger GUARANTEED LOANS and
4 the young strong. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey; contains no fusel oil and is the only whiskey that Is recognized as t medicine. found here, and samples of home-
CASH VALUES than other policy sold' in the South.It .
>;.. This is a guarantee. grown tobacco with a display of native any
'.,i Sold by all druggists aDd ""en, or direct,In sealed biJUles only,Denr in bulk. PriCe$1. 11ISi.st on the genuine, ce that tha woods, including briar root, red will be to your interest to give one of bur agents thirty minutes of your
:to "Old Chemist" trade-mark Is on the label beware of refilled bottles and spurious malt whIskey substitutes offend for uo by unreSt- cedar and sassafras.The .
r. Iococstcr tble dealers. N.Y They arc poMtive.y' baratut.end wW net cure. Mcd1W booklet aD4 doctors advIce ttSC. DidfJ Malt Wlll.ske <;0.. display of oats is probably the time. J

finest in the fair, and among a collec-
1 N. COLORING, DISTRIBUTER. tion of forage plants and native I OUR ASSETS MORE THAN DOUBLE OUR LIABILITIES.

__ ___ grasses .Is an exhibit of six cuttings
; of alfalfa made In one season, sam VIVIAN H. MARSHALL, Gen. Agt., 212213214 City Bank, Mobile, Ala.

I I Harrison i is also noteworthy: He was pIes of each of the cuttings being at- -
MANY."A VI: REPRESENTED : Secretary of the Northwest Territory, tached to a long board. -
Mr. Henderson has collec-
a great
delegate in congress from the Territory -- -
II governor of the Indian Territory, tion of gourds as well as watermelons
representative and senator in con- pumpkins, pie melons sweet potatoes. BIG SHIPMENT OF
I' mm THAN ONE STATE
together with so1a beans and
gress from Ohio, and president. of the a potted
United States. sage plant, the two latter articles beIng -I A GOOD SIDEWALK
SCOTCH WHISKEY
A Unique Record. hibit.also unique In the county's ex I

.f. I tile in congress from Mississippi and William Blount had a unique record Some citrus fruit is shown and a.. .
Interesting Facts Revealed later a senator from California for fa the history of the country commencing good line of preserved fruits while: I
N. GOLDRING RECEIVES 260 CASES
twelve years. I with his four years' servicein the samples of cane, corn, cotton and Gives the most ordinary property an appearance of substantial
by a Roster of the "Sunset" Cox served in congress fora the continental congress from 1783 :the show DIRECT the
!I rye are very' good of agricultural FINE WHISKEY FROM value. A poor one can ruin the effect of hand
number of terms representing an to 1787. He was governor of the territory house
products being completed by somest and grounds. You don't want any ragged
i Statesmen. Ohiclistrict<< a part of the time and aNew I south of the Ohio river by appointment -about nineteen different varieties ol SCOTLAND. edges to your property.

York city district another part. of President Washington; hay, among which Is a bale of the' Among good sidewalks a well laid concrete one is easily
Edward D. Baker one of the great I I chairman of the convention which much-prized alfalfa. best. Lasts longer costs less for repairs and adds an air of
est of congressional orators was a drafted the constitution of Tennessee I N. Goldring who claims to be the solid dignity and worth.
NOTACLE EXAMPLES OF SENA. representative from Illinois and I and first senator from that state. In Praise of Chamberlain's Cough largest wholesale liquor dealer in We lay such sidewalks and back every one with our guarantee.
L. TORS AND CONGRESSMEN WHO ward a'senator from Oregon. aftt'r-j' During his term .as senator'he was Retard/ Florida and who operates about fouror May we estimate on yours?
the unique distinction of being 'I impeached for instigating the Greek There Is no other medicine, manu- five saloons In this city has just
,f.; HAVE BEEN ELECTED TO OFFICE only senator lulled in battle. At the and Cherokee Indians to aid the Brit factured that has received so much. received a shipment .of Jno. DeWar
!outbreak of the civil war while still ish in conquering the Spanish territory praise and so many expressions of & Son's famous Scotch whiskey direct Pensacola Cement Stone
r FROM TWO OR MORE I a member of the senate he raised a of Florida and was expelled from gratitude as Chamberlain's Cough from :bcotland.: The shipment Company,
I regiment volunteers.. While commanding the senate. While his impeachmenttrial Remedy. It Is effective, and prompt consisted of 260 cases of this whiskeyand
t STATES GENERAL SHEILDS a brigade be was killed at was progressing he was electeda relief follows its use. Grateful part be claims that this is the first S. J.
t HOLDS THE RECORD. the battle of Bail's Bluff. member and president of the state ents everywhere do not hestitate to shipment of liquor ever imported di- Harvey, Manager. Telephone 1485.
I Charles H. Van Wyck was a member of Tennessee. testify to its merits for the benefit of rect to Pensacola. Mr. Goldring is
of congress from Xew York and Coming down to more modern times. others. It is a certain cure for croup proud of the growth of his business
1 By William Wolff Srrith. later a senator from Nebraska and the career of Senator Elkins. of West and will prevent the attack If givenat which has made such a shipment possible -
Alexander Ramsey represented Pennsylvania Virginin, stands out prominently for the,first appearance of the disease. and grows enthusiastic when on.
f Washington D. C., Xov 30 An
'- examination :- and Minnesota in the senate, its varied character. He was born in It is especially adapted to children the subject.
t ot the roster of the statesmen for twelve years. He was also Territorial Ohio and educated in Missouri from as it is pleasant to take and contains Ned Paltry, of New Orleans, South- Bankrupt Sale
f', of our country repeals the in Governor of Minnesota and which state he removed to New Mexico -nothing injurious. "*}Ir. A. E. Hum ern representative for Jno. DeWar &
teresting fact that a number of senators -served as Secretary of War In President and represented that territory asa phreys, a well known resident and Son is in the city looking after the
f and congressmen have represented Hayes' cabinet during the last" delegate in the 45rd and 44th congresses clerk in the store of Mr. E. Lock of goods.
'f more than one state: during their I war cf his administration. James H. he having previously been Alice, Cape Colony, South Africa, Monday Dec. 10 at 11 a. m.
tenure of office .
y' Lane was a member of congress from attorney general of, the:territory and says: "I have used Chamberlain'sCough King of All Cough Medicines.Mr. ,
i- General James Shields, of Irish: E G. Case, a mail carrier of
Indiana. end! was twice elected a sena- United States attorney. He removedto Remedy to ward off croup and
;*. birth, hold the record, he having tor from Kansas. He committed suicide West Virginia 7 served as Secretaryof colds in my family. I found it to be Canton Center, Conn., who has beenin
i. been a senator from Illinois! for one shortly after entering upon his. War la the cabinet of President very satisfactory, and it gives me the U. S. Service for about sixteen All the stock furniture and fixtures of the
t rr term, at the conclusion of which he second term. Harrison. He Is now serving his I I pleasure to recommend it" For sale years, says: "We have tried many
.._ nmoved to Minnesota: and served one second term as senator from West I by all druggists.The cough medicines for croup, but Cham estate, of Hoist Bros. bankrupt at the northeast -
t' year in the senate from that state. I Split of Virginia.The West Virginia. berlain's Cough Remedy is king of all ,
> Matthew Lyon also had the distinct splitting of Virginia into two and to be relied time.
Representative Charles A. Towne, climax ofa good meal-a cup one upon every corner of Baylen and Zarragossa streets.
: tion of terming three states in congress states caused Waitman T. Willey to "silver-tongued" orator, who was of Jackson Square Coffee. Ask your We also find it the best remedy for
t:' at different times, Vermont in serve two states In the senate. He grocer for a free sample. coughs and colds. giving certain results -
I
turned down by for re-nom Pensacola Fla.
Tammany Each
f: the Fifth and Sixth. Kentucky in the was fleeted from Virginia In 1861, and I ination during the last campaign and leaving no bad after ef article to be sold separately -
rep-
5 ''Highth. Ninth. Tenth and Eleventh. from West Virginia two years later.I L'ENGLE INDICTED BY fects." For sale by all druggists.Kind .
resented the Duluth, :Minnesota, district -
r 1 r.d'as chosen delegate from Arkan- William G. Brown wag also affectedby in the 54th congress, as a repub- MANATEE GRAND JURY For further information, apply to
t pas Territory in the Sixteenth, but the change he serving in congress, ,
t| deit'i prevented his taking his seat from Virginia one term and from! lican. The governor of Minnesota appointed The case of John A. Graham vs. Hearted. ALFRED MOOG
k.: Daniel Webster entered public life West Virginia the following term.I him to fill the' vacancy occasioned -Claude L'Engle was brought before Hewitt-Why did you marry? ;Jew- ,
f us a representative in congress from V He later removed to ,Xew York and
b New Hampshire serving two terms. a part of :Massachusetts. John Holmes indicted on five separate items .of clergyman a job.-:Xew York Press.
District" In has served in the present congress as published charges against Graham.
S I.:it. r be removed to Massachusetts represented the "Maine '
an,1 waa three times chosen senator the house. On the admission of a democrat. L'Engle did not put in his appearance There is no more perfect endowmentIn
from that slate He also served asgfcutaiv [Maine into the Union he was elected,I A Gift of 3oIoou'o.In nor was he represented by attor man than political Tfrtue.-Plutarch.
to senate, and served two terms.I ney. His bond for appearance was estreated.
of State under three presl- the
of Genoa
tie ancient cathedral a
I. di"nts-\\ 1liam henry Harrison, John John Chandler had a similar experi value has been .-:Manatee Record. A Limited Vocabulary.If H. G. DeSILVA & COMPANY
vase of immense pre-
Tyler and Millard<< Fillmore. ence. He was a representative of congress -I a person's knowledge of English
Sam Houston's Record. from Massachusetts two terms, served for COO i)( years. ,It Is cut from a were confined to one word, which

Sam. Houston had the distinction 'Itr and after the admission of Maine single emerald. Its principal diameter I would be the most useful>> This sub
serving Tennessee, in the house and to the Union served,that state in In-I Is twelve and one-half Inches and its DOING THEIR DUTYSCORES ject was once discussed in the presence
r Texas in the senate He also served senate for nine years. Jesse height five and three-fourths inches. It of Queen Caroline her majesty enterIng I Building Material,
* as governor of Tennessee, president of represented North Carolina In is kept under several locks the keysof into the
: question vigorously according -
the Texas Republic and governor of congresses,, and Mississippi In the which are In different hands and it to the Dundee Advertiser. The /IPA Shingles and Slate for Roofing ,
( the State of Texas. I senate for two years. Is'rarely exhibited In public, then only OF PENSACOLA READERSARE
k William M. Gwln a represent The casa of President WilliamIt's greater number of the company fixed: Patent
t was by an order of the senate. When exhibited LEARNING THE DUTY OF on "yes.** One lady decided on "'no," :,I Plaster, Store Fittings,

of a priest it is by suspended a cord. round and DO the one neck Is THE KIDNEYS.To means for, she no,argued na very'though often means yes never yes." J w Everything for House Building

MIu1Tk I allowed to touch it but him. It is How will Indorse' this
t many men ?
Very claimed that this vase is one of the I and Repairs.CHRISTMAS !
filter the blood in the kidneys After all, one 'Word would be as a drop'L
: gifts which were made to Solomon by In the ocean of our English language.A I -
the of Sheba. duty.
queen who had
woman learned
young a
When they fail to do this the kid- few Irish "words without understanding ..

k The Same Lope de Vr.... neys are sick.Backache them'lost herself in the mountains. -
Lope de Vega the famous Spanish Il
Meeting a handsome
young peasant l i ]
dramatist and poetlived she tried her Irish on him. Pat looked
1635. His literary work began when : astonished, then pleased. and, rubbing FURNITURE. I II
{ Man. he was about thirteen old and
, years
With a Woman as With a Urinary trouble, diabetes.Doan's his sleeve across his month slid1'-
from that time until his death, a periodof rah! Do ye mane it. missy The girl .
Kidney Pills! cure them all. .
he
sixty poured forth an enor-
years In:: her Ignorance, had asked him for a .
r Sh has her ambitions, I ished, strong active Brains, that are I mous quantity of plays, dramatic compositions Pensacola people endorse our claim. kiss. : :

i hopes failures and strhlngs'j,'clean and not, drugged. of all kinds, poems of everycharacter Mrs. F. B. Albert Jiving at 803 East
I Suppose clean up the machineryand I breathing every spirit from TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY 4t
you II
;tI:f, own field of human activity very similar -I be ready to think successfully,1 the strictest asceticism to the most unbridled Belmont St.. says: "My mother has. Take lets. Druggists LAXATIVE refund BROMO quinine Tab- :I Begin early to select and buy furniture for *
: money if it fails
c: to the man in his. I I! for that will mean gain of money or I license Over> 1,800 plays are used several boxes of Doan'a Kidney I eaclnS E. \V. GROVES signature is on f the home and for service for Christmas.
gift
J
At times both seen} to be hamr.ered:t taste whichever yOU are seeking.I credited to him and the published collection Pills which she procured at a drug t : _z.I I.
and unable to make headway against Try leaving ,off the coffee for awhile i I Our winter
w : I comprising about 300 Is contained K. OF i styles and stock have never
f; I P. ENDOWMENT j
store. She values them highly.!
homuch very
:md'SE'e more accnrattly -
some demon of Ill luck that IH r !st -; in twenty-eight(volumes.
I I.
| tently interferes. time and again just', th Brain begins to work from She has suffered severely from her t RANK MEETING been. so complete as now. A few dollars :
a correct premise .to a winning con
t when success seems clearly in view,, clusion.i The Preach. kidneys and her back for years.Doan's .A meeting of Endowment' : will surprise you with results. Good rockers J
a little way ahead. i i It will help mightily if take- on: The French were first mentioned as I.. of P.. win Rank I..II'
f: you Kidney Pills haT'erelieved her be held Tuesday Dec 4,' : for $1.25 $2 and $3.50. chairs :
.Oft repeated disappointment sours;I Post urn Food Coffee!' for it contains the Franks, a tribe of warlike Germans 1at p; In.. sharp for the Big, easy ,
t some and makes others more determined ,i certain elements which work to rer, in the northwestern part of the of the backache and made her kidneys J I electing officers: and considering PurPose other of I II i with loose cushions $5 to $25. t

t. than ever. i| build ,healthy soft gray matter In the,'I region now known as .Prussia. They stronger and better, in every way than business. i -
.} It is to the latter class this preachment brain cells and after little distinct :
a a came into notice about 240 A. D.. and H. HORSLER. Pre8idl '
is directed. dir..renceWill: I they have been for many years. : I
be seen between ,J, D.
with other German tribes .Invaded the GOSS, Secretary I '
: Think over the past failures and you' o'lr1'escnt that of the, For sale all dealers. Price 50 '
power 2ML
;: and Roman empire In the fifth century and by : ov 1
will discover that they have been I past. Try it. cents: Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, MARSTON & i
caused lack v settled In the country now known as Wherever I I QUINA \
by of
ability to accurately! "There's a Reason" forPOSTUM for Jackson Square Coffee ,
Frank- New York, sole agents the United
France. The word Frank or
analyze think been tried
: and out your course and I Ihes It* cup quality has
draw correct conclusions in advance man means freeman. After their con- States. I been ,praised. Leading grocers haTe I 108x110 S.. Palafox Sf. Phone 149. Pensacola, Fla. : I
to show the w-ay. i quest of Gaul they named the country Remember the name-Doaa'B-and jj here. ASK: your grocer for a free : f

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BERT 11 DORRTO BE t 1 1I MAJ1 BEHHJMAN iIIIfliflIj


T I Beauty is not only 1 1I :Has wo"l .wide for
a reputation ,High
"skin deep" in "Keith's j jI H1
mm H OF I AND t
U WIFEHERE
: A Konquerors" Shoes. Every Quality and Delicious Flavor ;

))3; I inch of leather and lining,

-1 I and every individual stitch

PEOPlESWill in them is trtistworthv.So BAKER COCOA j i.i
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Take Position With $3.50 and $4. Prominent Salvation Army E41 I Has held the market with constantly increasing sales ji I !'

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That Banking Institution Workers Dedicated theN VI i for 126 years, and has won 47 highest awards in t -

,.day begins the .
1t:1: Europe and America. jk -
This Morning.J. ew Hall. *}-'
ninth() that has the most .

i,ennortant! holiday I i 1 _jiyI., No Other Food Product has a'Like Record. 1:

CHRISTMAS I W. Dorr, for many :rears teller at Major and Mrs. J< M. Bernman, and .'I.I
', the First National Bank, has resigned MEYER SHOE co. Adjutant Widgery, the latter the secretary -
unit the before Tt1
V days that position and this morning as- to the major, were in Pensa- 1 WALTER. BAKER & CO. Ltd. .
t1 :istmas. Count the sumes the position of cashier with cola last night, and dedicated the new u. ce '
presents intend the Peoples Bank, which was tendered FEET FURNISHERS FOLKS Salvation Army hall at :No 3012 Established 1780 Dorchester_ Mass. jii
you him some weeks since and accepted. tWest I Government street In the pres- T .
11., .;--king. Mr. Dorr resigned from the First ence of a large crowd.
National Bank some weeks since to 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET Major Berriman in charge of this ?f i

(ount on us for prac- 'become effective November 30, and district of the Salvation Army work, ii rt
.:, ;,1 1 gifts for men and yesterday was the last day with that and has visited Pensacola before, accompanied -
.. institution and to-day he will enter DAILY TOWEL SUPPLY. by Mrs Berriman. Their .
t hM\>, .. I' upon his new duties, which he will ROLLERS. visit on this occasion was to dedicatethe --- -- iI .
Let us send no doubt fill acceptably, both to the ..JRUNYAN'S .. new headquarters which have .....;;. ;.4........e.............. ..$. ............... .- 4:1: l!-
you our .A CLEAN TOWEL EVERY DAY lJ -
officers of the bank and the public.Mr. $1.00 PER MONTH. just been fitted up and are considered f 4 .
list of presents. Dorr is a young man who is in Phone 848-2 rings. M..G. RUNYAN. the best headquarters the Army MEXICAN[ JUNTA : t r] 'ijj
every way qualified to fill the Pensaco'a.! Florida. ",has had establishedin '"1 > .il
\\ at c h the Xmas responsible since a post was i -

or\\ s change in this entire position life in, having the banking spent almost business his, this city.'Services .were conducted upon the M. & n L SPECIAL L LFOR :: t" ,'"I I! i .1J: ;

.uaceCTANDARDriOTHINGf.daily. and the position which he receivesby GULF CITY COFfEE CO. street last night as usual, lead by Major ('f ; L'.'
being chosen as cashier is a deserved Berriman, and assisted by Mrs. MEMBER fREt } '
I one. He has spent the past H. P. CHIPMAN, Manager. Berriman, who has a cultured voice I I. twr
twenty-four years in the employ of Roasters Blenders and Shippers of and Adjutant Widgery and ,the local :
Brent's Bank and later t the First Salvation Army workers. A large ;
JTHIESEN VBUILDINGIfO.TURTON National, and is familiar with every Fine CoffeesOUR crowd gathered and listened at the -
branch of the banking business. services and later the dedication ceremonies Decided That Conspiracy
The numerous friends of Mr. Dorr COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL occurred at the hall, where I : ;
wiJ* congratulate him this morning GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL Major Bernman gave an Interesting Against Mexican Govern- :!

I when they loam of his selection as gospel talk. I I Saturday and Monday I iln1i
& BELL cashier of Pensacola's youngest but The visitors will leave to-day for ment Is NotExtra- :
PHOTOGRAPHERS SI\CE 18i thriving bank. Mobile, where they are to conduct
(tdak Supplies.$ Finishing fa* Arn'ejrs.: to-morrow.
services
Jackson Square Coffee-a New Orleans COUNT OfG CAME ditable.By .

luxury. For sale by all leading Cure for Sore Nipples.As $15.00 and $18.00Cravenettes l|
SPECIAL PRICES IN grocers. 1, 2 and 4 pound air tight soon as the child is done nursing i ;
CUT GLASS AHO HOLIDAY JEWElRY tins. 25c, 50c and $1.00. apply Chamberlain's Salve Wipe It Associated Press. utI'I :

off with a soft cloth before allowingthe st. Louis, Nov. 30.-Librado Rivera,,
VJ. A. Gahlenbeck 218 b, Paiafox! Si. IN
OSCEOU child to nurse. Many trained .
a member of the alleged Mexican Jun- I '
nurses use this with the best results. ta, who was arrested three weeks age', I
COTTRELL, CENSUS OF THE Price 25 cents per box. For sale by on complaint of the Mexican govern :
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. all druggists. ment, has been discharged by United M

Pensacola. Fla. HUNTShowed Meeting of Women's Home. States Commissioner Gray. The commissioner : : ;
decided that the offense
There will be a meeting at the I 1 J
charged was of a political nature and
\V oinans Home Tuesday morning at

DR. ALICE CHIROPODIST.Room W. HERMAN. CITY WILL BETAKEN 11 o'clock.be p -esent.All members are requestedto IdecSt not Rivera seize extraditable.the was custom charged house:with at conspiracyto Nogales,,I: $1O.OO and $12.50 i 1r L I

301, Brent Building, 3d Floor. Caldwell's
Team Mexico, to seize two thousand rifles
All corns bunions. ingrowing nails reed -
'1JV scientifically without pain. Mani- ORPHAMSENJOYEDTHANKSGIVING from the government at Cananea and : SEE THEM IN SHOW WINDOW r / t
urmg a specialty.: :24ocUm" T Winner By Over Three enlist one hundred men to war on the 'I
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.R.Manufacturing K. WHITE.Kitchiralier. Jeweler..and Graduate Hundred P ints. FOR HARBORINGREVOLUTIONISTS I TH E M. & o. I 1 } t.F

( tocian.: 3D S. Paiafax' Street. Pensacola. Fla. Sanitary Inspectors. to Commence The count of the game resulting CONTRIBUTIONS ,F MONEY AND .
By Associated Press.El
I I the Work in Pen- from the Osceola Club Thanksgivinghunt FOOD ENABLED THEM TO Paso :Nov. 'SO.-Mrs. Maria de 4 i t j!M 'S 1
showed Captain Caldwell's team Gonzalez, a prominent woman of
Tersely Told had won from ,the team of Captain SPEND A PEASANT Juarez, has been arrested for harboring i CLOTHING STORE f ; I
sacola This Morning Blount by the score of 1330 to 990. '- revolutionists. It is learned that i :;
DAY.
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c C. Godwin, of Chipley, was here and to-morrow night the losing team of forty alleged revolutionists are In Jail. '
fc'erday on a short business visit. -- will bear the expense of the big game at Chihuahua. who were arrested in 321"323 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 1155 : '! i : -
supper which is always a feature of Juarez other towns.A .
Under direction of the city health and neighboring -
i. S. Brown has returned to the !officer the four regular sanitary Inspectors the annual Thanksgiving hunts of this ThePearl Eagan Orphan's Home I t....................................................: .-j.
ttJ after a ten days' absence on busi- was the recipient, some very much Theatrical Snpcrstltlom.
r will this morning commence club.All
CfeS, i the work oftaking the census of Pen- of the hunters report game appreciated Thanksgiving remembrances They were rehearsing_A new play, 2 -

.I' II Newton, a prominent businessman I sacola, not only covenng the entire rather scarce and the scores were I I 'which helped the1: little folks thereto and -every one was nervous, for the THE CONTEST IN I IA CHANGE IN r'
of Ure'wton, was In the city yesterday i city thoroughly and obtaining the population -consequently email Quail lurnished' pass a pleasant day and added first night was close at hand. The pIywas 'J J
visit. the the major portion of the game killed, cheer and happiness to the occasion.
on a short business but also ascertaining number I I a tragedy, yet at Its end the dying
of cases of sickness and other information but the dry weather prevented good Among the donations were flowers, heroine as the curtain descended, said: MANATEE COUNTYI I THE SCHEDULE .1OF
Mrs David J. Meade who has been
: which is desired. sport. The largest double score made fruit, a turkey, a halt barrel of oysters : .1
ten III is somewhat improved, but is "Three beers, please. r I
The city has been divided into sections by any of the hunters was by Captain and some small. contributions. of ,
words concluded the play. Yet 1
rail! confined to her room. and each inspector will be as- Caldwell and V.. B. Runyan who money. t .- Those
Mr. and Mrs Robert Walker are receiving signed certain territory to be coveredas scored 815 of the points made by their The Pearl Eagan-'Home is one of they were entirely out of keeping. The VOTE CANVASSED AND GRAHAM TRAIN NO. 4 WILL BE MADE -1'} ,
congratulations over the arrival soon as possible. The inspectorsto team. the most worthy of Pensacola's charitable concluding words should have been "I WILL CARRY MATTER TO .
ai their home of a fine baby boy. be employed are Messrs Sanchez, The hunters who went north of Pen- institutions and as it is supported die but, since I hare saved you I die TOMORROW, WHEN TRAIN WILL : '
Commyns, Wells and Ditmars, and it sacola after their game made the best entirely by individual contributions, happy," or something to that effect. LEGISLATURE.The .
Mr and Mrs. Tony Johnson are the LEAVE 15 MINUTES .
Is proposed to make the work complete scores as a rule, especially in bagging every donation of every kind helps. A dramatic critic new to the business j; .
parents of a fine girl, who arrived
and thorough in every respectIt quail asked how It was that the tragedy end- LATER. : !
at their home Tuesday morning.
is believed that the census when --- -- ed with "Three beers, please," and the Manatee Record says: The of- i 1 : f i.
he many friends pf Dr. Thos. S. completed with show a large Increasein The Charm of a Smile. TO CURE ANY DISEASEThe stage manager said: ficial canvassing board of :Manatee ::
Mitchell will learn with regret that he population since the last census A beautiful smile is as patent in the It is always thought county, consisting of Judge J. J. Stew- : t tSo. .1
Must be Removed, Same "Superstition. A change In the schedule of train ;
I h 'mite sick at his home on East Hill and also show the city to be in a drawing room as on the stage. Every Cause bad luck In rehearsals of new plays to art, Chairman J. B. Wyatt and Reigs- Jj' ;
Way With Dandruff. 4 will be made t -m<< by the t.. i'i
healthy condition. The work is to be count her tration Officer J. W. Nettles, met last 4ITow i
acquaintances -
woman
can
elder fortius among
R e\ it C. Glenn presiding Kill the that causes dandruff. speak the la!>t sentence before the opening "
while they are germ and canvassed the vote of Lousivlle and Nashville, and and of
on
the inspectors t
done by Friday
the favored few who the 1" _
district, will preach at the morn- possess falling hair and baldness, you will night: lie who has the last sentence
lag service at the Palafox Street carrying on their, regular inspection gift-not a studied conventional smile have no more dandruff and your hair to speak substitutes some mean- Manatee county. cast on the 6th of after that date the train will leave 'f. ;

Meihodist church Sunday, while Rev. work. that simply tightens, the l lips! across the must grow luxuriantly NewbrosHerpicide ingless phrase for it. If he dared to .this month.Both candidates were present and for points north fifteen minutes later 4 j. i

F A Rogers, pastor of the Gadsden Water Cure for Constipation. teeth, but the quick, responsive! expres- not only contains the dandruff !speak the true phrase the prospects of were also represented by attorneys. each day, but returning will reach the 4-i !
*reei church will occupy the pulpitt Half a pint of hot water taken half sion that springs first into the eyes and germ destroyer, but it is also the piny would be thought doomed. It was mutually agreed that the boxes I city at the same hour. -
t ih- evening service. The public an hour before breakfast will usually then to the lips. Another noticeab.e a most delightful hair dressing for Some playwrights won't even write the which had been improperly returnedbe The train now leaves the city for i i
h i invited to attend these I hair '
rordially keep the bowels regular. Harsh feature of this gleam of sunshine, regular toilet use. Xo other It to into. With this understand "
whisper
err-nee this scientific basisof last line of a play. They gone Flomaton at 11:55 a. m., but beginning I
cathartics should be avoided.'hen which transforms the plainest face and preparation: is on I assembled on its first ing the canvass was begun. It was j
r.tpn time The Journal issues a a purgative is needed, take Chamber. can transfigure the most commonplace destroying the dandruff germs It the company till the found after goin, into the boxes thata tomorrow it will depart at 12:10 p. m. }J'i t
,and from that day "
>'ial'issue ads left out. and Liver Tablets. stops all Irritation, keeps the scalp reading
) are Stomach
Ij(( many lain's large number in fact, nearly every 't't
surroundings, is that it leaves the features is
WI' are again urging our advertisers They are mild and gentle in their ac sweet, pure and wholesome. Remem- actual production the line never precinct, had failed to make proper can'j t
t'' .tvnare their copy now to avoid a tion. For sale by all druggists.The as quickly as it appears. ber that something claimed to be "justas again heard.: "-:New Orleans Times- returns. cinct, but, according to taw, must I "

"petition Advertisers will be too good" will not do the work of gen- Democrat. J John A. Graham, Democratic nom vass the face of the returns, which. 1 : 1
hue! later to give their special ad the quality of Jackson Square HeVa a Man.A u'ne. Herpicide and through his at- they proceeded to do, and declare :::_ .
: inee, personally t
Scot of Fecbles said to his. friend! DAlemberte, ,.
afention It ought to have, and we Coffee is guaranteed. If it does not For sale byV. A. Acoustics and Coughing entered protests against several those elected as shown\ by the re i '
do not promise to get it in unless give you perfect satisfaction your MacAndrew, ")Iac. I hear ye have fallen druggist and apothecary, ,121 South Coughing is one of the nuisances that torney precincts and asked that they be turns. t.-1} I
reived in plenty of time. grocer will refund its cost in love wi' bonny Kate McAhster." I Palafox street, or send lOc in stamps no one has been able to abolish in thrown out. The canvassing board It is understood that Col. Graham ',.,; 4

Florala News: The scenery for the "T\ eel. sanders," Mac replied. "I was I for sameple Mich. to The Herpicide Co., Detroit churches or.in theaters. A pbysi Ian, !heard the protests. but felt that they will carry his contest before the legislature :" (. !
pera> house is now being Installed y"r ---- -- -- near verry near-daein' it, but the bit I however, claims that the coughing nuisance -I had no right to throw out any pre- ,- :
lassie had nae siller, so I'said to ., 4. '.
!! Sam Flynn of Pensacola and myself -.- I is a mere question of acoustics. ,
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'hen finished will indeed be a work j You'11 BeSorry 'Mac, be a nion' And I was a "There: is a subtle connection be-I ; -- -- ;'-'

'f art. The scenery was painted by mon, and noo I pass her by wi' silent tweea the ear and the throat," be said. I
tr.p well-known scenic artist: Mr L. contempt." "The Best is What We Sell"WAKE i! :
the throat
"Whon the car is strained :
!, Graham. of Brooklyn, N Y., an ar- t ;
is affected and a cough i is the resultWhen Girls -
ti"t of national reputation. The setf'm.sists Traitor to Her Sex. I Growing = i
A NOISE LIKE hear in church
of seven scenes which is "Oh, she's not at all nice." said little i we can perfectly
11I"1than is usually used in opera Elsie. "She's always wishin she was or theater It never occurs to us tocough. : : ,
!to .:**s in large cities and win enable I a I An Order'Hello : But when we bend forward,

tt, nanagement to secure the best at- I: boy.Yell," replied Mabel, "I wish I was .. straining every nerve to catch the actor's I
tratrmns the road. preacher's muffled syllables,
on If you fail to examine our too." Central! Give or need advice and medicine 1
then we find ourselves coughing every Growing girls care, .
t!'. the "Blue Ribbon Flavor" that "I know, but she wishes it out loud, '
twHw. the exact spot Get Blue Rib- stock before making your so the boys can hear her."-Philadelphia me 391. Hell6, is that little while. Build auditoriums and I with war- especially on reaching the age of puberty. A '. ; 1 1mother's
acoustic properties
*erI i Lemon and Vanilla, Absolutely Press. Gereld's? perfect
Rosenau & .1.
purp, go twice as far and the "Blue purchases ,of rant that the thunderous choruses of tender care and words of caution will

Hi' '<'n Flavor" is perfection. Ask The Battle ef Life. I I Yes, ma'am.Have cough so common" now among us will often accomplish wonders. As for medicine, a ) t J
for the :2'x! in be no more heard.
size. No man lives without jostling and got your
PERFUMESWe you safe and reliable tonic is J
beIng' jostled! In all ways he _)has _to I new stock of gentle, strengthening J : '
elbow himself through the world giving of Cardui ::1
Wine
,
War."Treatment
BARK HAS I rtnonera ot
MARIE have all, the leading and taking offense. His life Is a KOSHER 'SAUSAGE? of f .
accorded to
prisoners
battle in so far as it is an entity at all It will prevent and relieve pain, regulate the ;
BEEN FLOATEDND makes, imported and domestic -Carlyle Yes, ma'am. war in the early part of the nineteenth t ;
I century would not be endured for a functions, clear the complexion and strengthen : Ttu :
comprising all the What kind have you? moment In the twentieth century,"says
popu- ;; I
constitution.
Claalro,",'. Cable Road. the pIt
i We have an English writer. To say that we
WILL BE REPAIRED BY THE lar odors. I A massive rope Is used daily In pulling Fresh Salmon...............25c lb starved our captives Is untrue; that we js a valuable medicine for growing girls. It -i i. i
all the London trains out of Glas- ............20c bRing stinted them of necessaries is a fact.
OWNER, CAPT. B. J. gow from Queen street high level station Fresh Bologna Cerveiat................Jfe lb kept In duranceon has tided thousands over a critical period, and f i
French were
IN BULKThe ......;.......15c lb prisoners
TRAEBUK. over the Cowlaire gradient, the Link Bologna Bologna...............15c lb board hulks at Portsmouth and saved them from years of suffering. It can never >- I
first mile and a half of which Is so Wienerwurst Large ..". ,..........15c Ib Bishops Waltham. Cases are on record J
to exceed the .. ... ... ... lb I do harm and is to do J -
good kind the steep as power of the Smoked Tongue Also-the-Beef- Fat. of the dogs of British officers pay- sure good. / t tA

'rtp} Italian bark Maria, one of the by locomotive. This rope, which Is madeof 3-Ib. We PaMs Have....,.,...............45c Ins; a call on board being decoyed below relief or cure for all female disorders in girls : rand
'....-.I is which sunk on the east side ounce. Also package goods. steel wire and is three miles long,' 5.Ib Pails.....-'._.............75c where they were killed and converted !

'\ t I. ". larragoua; wharf, was jesterrtoaud costs !600 and lasts from ten to twelve All right, I'll come by Into cutlets, while the master women.
and she will now be rei Cologne, Toilet Waters months. It is endless and lies on the were chatting on the deck. Hats In bottles. it. .
At in $1.00 Try .
'I' < and placed in seaworthy con- Sachet Powders, etc. Captivating surface of the .jup and down tracks and get some. Goodbye.DON'T the hold were fished for with hooks every druggist's

,. The vessel is owned by Capt supported on iron pulleys, dipping underground FORGET THE PLACE- bahed with ration beef and, when
trai'buK.. owner of the tug Oko-- odors at surprisinglylow at either
end. At Glasgoweach caught and cooked, were eagerly devoured
uo IIU) at he!public purchased auction.her some prices: Phone 453. train Is fastened on to it by a Rosenau 6 GereldsTHE I The French prisoners to kin WINE .

.. chain arrangement, and the rope, being monotony gambled. The counters were "
"."tent t>>tl I was excepting! not damaged the to hull a Agents Whitman's Candies. set In motion by the stationary engineat FANCY GROCERS. I rations One man at Portchester lost -n CARD U

pUt' of the big anchors knocked Cowlaire. pulls the train to the sum- I 116 SOUTH PALAfOX ST. I his rations for eight days running and I i I
OF
In the :ship: thus causing'her The Crystal Pharmacy. mit, from which point it continues the Phone, 391 I died of starvation."
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\;: THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL- SATURIbDAY.. MORNINC, DECEMBER 1, 1906.,

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I I upon business affairs and his wholehearted Ida including Caloosahatchee river ; Ayers Hair Vigor was good, the
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devotion to the South and the valley- Lake Okeecbobee and 1 the Our / that .as made. But Ayer-s Hair

f'f'e Wenutola Jontrtal j I'be interests remembered of Southern that people.he inaugurated It will very Tampa much fair.improved The senator's and he health will has do ,:, PEONAGE CASES V e u.I'r1. new Improved formula, is better Vigor It J i1 I

theonegreatPecifiCfOrIflingbj.
for Florida work in the
:the policy of.: land development peculiar some good in
to the Southern Railway, and coming session of congress.TaUahassee Hair new preparation every war. Ask )
I making' glad True Democrat Vijor druggist to show you, the new
1 1f was the instrument in :'to tind
SUNDAY. Doua.SltfOeb .
: DAILY.WEEKLY.. :waste places of a country that had Will PROVE : lb._eoer_O1tbLr.__ _
Mallory and West Pass.
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been devastated by war.
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY to learn -
Senator 'desires
Mallory
has
he
Not of ,
f I t yet sixty years age
I second from his constituents how and 'how '
...BY... passed away leaving a record stock of
urge we
much they'can be assisted by con elected ..lev,
to none in its activity and wide influence JUST RECEIVED I
I i you've known Watches SIlver *<\ sties and ::
THE JOURNAL COMPANY. ? and its integrity Samuel gress. Well senator. ;
i Southern Apalachicola and West Pass for a BENEFICIUI Plated ware. Call and get prIces before buying.
1 Spencer was a credit to his
I birth and breeding. long time-even in the days before Brent Building. J. F. DAVIS, Jeweler.

r FRANK L. MAYESPresid.nt and General Manager you aspired to' become senator; and I
.*-.. .S.5 you must admit that the project is

1 a deserving one. And senator, while !
; MEMBER THE ASSOCMTED.PRESS., I# (tA LESSON THEY' we don't, expect a'million, we do expect Prosecutions, It Is Claimed, form one of the requirements of *

i* WILL NOT LEARN. something real nice and we hope Clean I ClothesFine I Yours will always be clean j if t y=l
ES" Will Do Much to Secure send them to
l'
SUBUCRIPTION A II, -, *I to see you doing your best to see that I'I
New Orleans States. we get a deal.-Apalachicola! The New Method
Oa! Year .. .. ..........$5 00 One Month .. .. .. .. .. 45 tb I Times. square Immigrants. PHONE 1188 i:. W. LAWRENCE. Prop. r.n Method Laundry Bid W Laundn. ? ?
11. Six Months .. .. ..' '.. .. i 50 One Week.' .. .. .. .. .. 19 "i %-I-. AGENTS WAN' EO.I ] BJin $

Three Months.. .. .. .. 125 Weekly Edition per year.$1 CO ; Graham's Contest. _
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The Brooklyn Eagle seems to be Colonel J. A. Graham. the defeated I I '=!!!
One who is in a position to speakon --
i't' convinced that President Roosevelt in candidate for the legislature from .
The. Only Pensacol Afowapaper From Which a Detailed spite of all he has said. will be forced Manatee county will ask Judge Wall the subject with considerable

t << Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. to accept another term in the Presi-; for a new count of the election re knowledge takes the position that the

dency. It calls attention to the fact' turns ,alleging fraud In several pre- peonage prosecutions now on foot in Feathers Make Fine BirdsWhen

f, that "during the last few years the' cints-Parrish, Palmetto Terra Ceia this and otter states constitute the

r fEcIit.riaI R..... 38 j Papers en Sale en Trains newspapers have been filled with ac Manatee and Mitcheville. He asserts
: PB' *.M |{, Business CHke 1500 {I" I counts of the great privileges granted that If his claims are establishedashe only practicable means of ridding the your prescription is delivered to ou
o; and at all News Stands believes they will be-he will havea south of something which is an enormous
corporations and the work of
exposure neatly 'labeled in good readable
f' Incumbus her prosperity writing wrapped
-' has been carried on relentlessly."' majority of forty. The other side upon

This work has, been done not only by scouts the claims of fraud and say ,, For peonage with the brutality that in a secure, tidy way, you at once get the
; Offices-Journal Building-Corner Intendtncia and DeLuna Sts. I such unlawful
\ they are not afraid of an investigation. naturally accompanies
the books newspapers have been written and magazines about it, and but, -St Augustine Record. I I slavery, and exaggerated reports of impression from the looks of the outside that

l PEXSACOLA FLORIDA. SATURDAY MORNING DECEMBER 1. 1906. orators have made the most, of it with Governor Broward. I I letter-writing that brutality victims made by are returning positively ana the inside is all right. ,
telling effect The insteadof I
agitation It is said that several of the "beau known to be preventing many laborers You can be pretty sure that when we
subsiding it would
as
:i. Joe Cannon has been In Washington whole state and It is Lake City's dutyas has many hoped ties" who were so enthusiastically and from coming into the south and to displayso

a week and no interview yetPowder well as that of Pensacola and every, evil steadily is "discussed grown everywhere apace until broadlyand the heartily in sympathy with the The be eliminating the more intelligent much care with the outside, that we take extra

t.. must be wet. other town to do all in Its power to understandingly. The questions Great Napoleon Bonaparte Broward'sdrainage I and capable workers from among precautions to make the inside! all right. \\:
scheme are now hedging the Jackson- e
those who do ,
r Polk and Alachua counties tied for build up the institution at Gainesvilleand ings have reached of socialists beyond and the mere mouth" with hopes.of getting on The People's "iUe TimesUnion.The come. says will send after your prescriptions and end

r the grand championship county prize make it one that an Florida can and have become great national anarchists ques Band Wagon since the people spoke I informant states that recently them back to you.
be proud of. so plainly and lorcibly on election strenuous efforts were made to fulfill
at the state fair and decided to divide tions. In commenting on the observa-
t day. Surely now it seems "some ofthem" three contracts for laborers to be sent
the The Jackson tions of its Brooklyn ontemporary Let us fill your prescriptions. have filled
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proceeds.Atlanta's county jury in the case that able and are willing to wait until the to Florida; that even religious efforts

f, : population- is-increasing. of William Christmas charged with' very, the Indianapolis conservative News says newspaper : : courts decide some of the important ; were brought to bear to induce them over two hundred thousand since we have been

the murder of his father and mother, "And the whole trouble points before going further with it. to come and that no Itaiions couldbe in business.
A train load federal have comes from
of prisoners
r after Not all of the board is now so vindic- obtained because of reports other
having failed to reach a verdict the failure of 'hat have come to be
just arrived for an indefinite stay in tive and threatening as is the governor Italians returning from Florida had
t Georgia's capital. was discharged Monday and the case known as the 'interests to do their I and it may just be possible all ,, made concerning the treatment they

r ___ ______ will go over to the spring term of duty to the public. The wore money, things will not now, work so smoothly bad received here.

Gilchrist's pineapples won the day court when along with this case, will a his man desire gets to the'control'greater' seems to be among these great men. The near I j t If the reports sent back to Europe W. A. ITAlemberte

; at the state fair. and DeSoto county come up the trial of Higdon Yon for some things. lIe into some one or, future will show some developmentsof and New York and elsewhere could be
goes politics not:
was awarded the prize for the best the murder of his son at Sneads on for the purpose of co-operating with, interest to the people of Florida.- stopped and future reports of the kind

t' display of this fruit. last Tuesday. These crimes are a his islation fellow-citizens to secure wise leg i Tallahassee True Democrat. 1 I rid could of the be peonage prevented that without actually getting exists Druggist and Apothecary ,

: stain upon the good name of Jackson and good government but to General Jewell.
r Carnegie will not give$ :oooOOO for county., get some graft for himself. And so I The election of General \\illiam H. then persons governed'by purely busi-that 121 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 109
considerations, might
argue
the promotion of universal As it has come to ness
peace. pass that not simply I Jewell of Orlando to the position of
talk
the thing to do is to the
he is the backer of great wealth but property itself is disliked of Florida suppress .
simplified spelling "Tommus" -commanding general the the -' !j( -' "
Appleyard has answeredall of instead of suppressing
'f he couldn't do it consistently. and distrusted. And thus we are I division of the United Confederate peonage

--- -.--- the questions of the Suwannee deprived of the influence of a. Veterans by the Gainesville reunionwas peonage itself. I r "
perfect-I ,
TOYS
News Can't Be Suppressed. HORNS,
r A man is being tried in London ont News and in a way that it is to be ly legitimate force operating an honor most worthily bestowed. But long as grand juries and petit DRUMS. RUBBER BALLS RAILROAD DRESSED DOLLS.TRAINS
so
t i the charge of murdering his mother- hoped will satisfy the Live Oak man. side of conservatism. In this coun- General Jewell stands for the highest Juries in the south find It their dutyto STEAM TOYS I FOOTBALLS, I KID DOLLS.
try most of MECHANICAL TOYS,
our people property. and BANKS RAILROAD
are of the Confederate veteran ENGINES.
type
f' It is doubtful whether the queries in
in-law and the first thing the court owners. Yet large numbers of voters he has a real enthusiasm for the. order report that peonage does exist and DOLL PIANOS BISQUE DOLLS, STEAM BOATS
did was to give him the insanity test. the Live Oak paper were deservingof instinctively take sides against official in an aggravated form it is impossible -
the
of which he is
prop- now Most
!
anything you Want In that line atC
to prevent the of it from being -
news
-- ---- notice but now that Editor Apple- erty. The growth of socialism points head in Florida which is an exampleto

J' And now the Oaines\ille Sfun bays yard has "come across" and made a inevitably to this conclusion. Hearst's all of his comrades. It is worthyof sent out. It OE'S 8 A A K STO R E aa SOVTH pjimrox sraur
this of Brent
in
In fact, age publicity Building. Phong 23i
: Uroward didn't do it, but that Frank plain statement of the facts in disputethe great vote in New York is another note that this battle-scarred soldier '
I like
that evil
ought to be obvious an
f. Clark was the man who sent {hat engineer Incident should be closed. Life danger signal Such signals,are flying of the Confederacy is a native this could not be concealed even if we ...
on every side. Yet our wealthy men of Massachusetts and that at the be-
down: to nethe Everglades. is too short to waste time, and space had no Juries erand juries or government -
and our corporations and trusts seem gining ,of the war, finding himself a j DEPOT LOAN OFFICE.
i I Summerfield Ohio has a fifteen (that belongs; to subscribers) to those to be blind to them. It is astounding citizen of the south he deliberately of any kind. I
" It Is pleasant to recollect that while
. *; year old boy who weights 488 pounds.Mr. petty differences. that they are not able to discern 'the made his choice as a matter of principle I I All kinds of
the in these
signs of the times.' But such seems. and entered "the Confederatearmy judges peonage cases are repairing done on Watches, Clocks..,

i. :: Taft should call upon him if any The busy little berg of'Milton is to be the case. It is hard to know where he became conspicuous appointed that by have the been president the grand Guns, Pistols., Highest price paid for old gold. Mom*
juries passing, upon
assistance is needed to keep the lid in what will awaken them." His r
certainly in hard lines and. to judge for his courage and devotion
t the facts have been representative I loaned on personal We handle all kinds of
property.
It is
position. from a statement of the case In The evident that Mr. Harriman is comrades cannot do too much honor
southern men. and that the south itself -
t --.---- one of our great financiers who scorns to such a man: -FtM Pierce_ Tribune. eweIry, both new and second-hand. Don't forget.
It is reported that they may have Star "biled" shirts are probably at the danger signals or regards them as is thus getting rid of the evil ,

i' to close the monkey house at the New a premium there. The people are entirely meaningless for a few days 1t"f..1:. ,"- which of: is few the individuals result of the chiefly money peoplenot hun- I E PlpmPnf t THE WATCHMAKER

p f York zoo owing to the pressure of even willing to take their chances ago he publicly sneered at the effortsto 7.t ger southern a born. d. 108 East Wrklit Street.

c' omen who want to see if Caruso is with the "jellow peril" in order that I that regulate they the should railroads be granted and declared more I* STATE PRESS ON ROOSEVELT.' ** Good Laborers Bring Others. -. ---- J

: the present harrowing conditions The only sane course to pursue is to .
taking an airing. maybe instead of = "\. I
______ power attempting to restrict wipe out the evil and then have it announced ,
promptly rectified. But let The that which they already ::? *;J. i-il-*::
Jesse James Jr. is possess. that it exists which
i. prosecuting hisbrotherin -' no longer ,
Star tell the story: This attitude of the men who have Hit the Line. can be made as clear through/ the re-
law in Kansas fort
l City
I "O, for a Chinese laundryman! grown: enormously rich and insolent is No the presiden' did not umpire a nods of laborers as its existence has JUSTAFEWMORELEFIof j jM
stealing his horse. Young James is fraught with the most I
,Can't somebody send Milton a "Sing dangerous con- game of base ball at Panama al been made clear in the same way. I

i: a lawyer and believes in the rigid; enforcement I Lee." "Wau Chung Tang," or some sequences because and as our, Indianapolis though he told the boys to hit the line Laborers. well treated are as willingto l HBHV MMMBMaHMMMMuMHiHM HMaMIMi M BHiMmi

:: of the law. .such celestial creature who wants to contemporary remarks, "the effort hard.-ApalachicoTaJ'fimes. bring their friends to join them in MMMHMV
:make'a barrel of to break down the influenC" oi i _
. money doing our the south as laborers. badly treated
: The FnhgO; ;; ;;t has i issued laundry work? One of the most crying insolent wealth, is fast growing in- I Meddling With State Politics. are to warn their friends and rela- those ODD AND END SUITS I've bee?* jj

a manifesto excluding American needs in 'Milton now is someoneto one to destroy the influence or property i Floridians are reminded that Presi tives that they had better RO else

r hogs. This is one of two things- handle "washee" in an uptodateway. Itself as an institution But it dent Roosevelt is not the only great L where. They would naturally want telling about andTHEY'RE ,
If some enterprising citizen seems that the appeals which have personage addicted to the habit of them here for their comnanlonsliiD u
-
either a blow at the trusts or an embargo been made by the conservative meddling with state politics.-St -Augustine 3
would put in a laundry here or if pressto for no other reason, and ordinarily
I upon tourist traffic. some Chinaman would go into the rich men all over the country have Record. have no motive except to find satisfactory -g GOING FAST ,

;; business we would keep in our town fallen on ears that will not hear. I work or fair wares for work that
The Madison :-If>w.Efrprisa thinks much money that now goes out and I Thp result is seen in, the lining up Hedging. is, difficult ort unpleasant.If ;

that eltrer Vice President Fairbanks the service would be more satisfac- of the same old forces ,of graft and The dismissal in disgrace of a whole these men. largely foreigners are In perfect condition and fine material and
I battalion of would indicate
greed for the usual assault on congress negro troops
is a much maligned man or tory. made to feel at home. are brought
and they are all at work on the that Teddy is getting wise and is down in sufficient numbers of the workmanship but odd and end sizes from a
rionaas climate is unaffected the '' ,
by "hnrloinO'. IOn }'fa .rl."f..Hnn... f np th"..
same old lines hence it is evident .v. .v. "
Tribute the ; same nationality to be foreach'
to .:. comnany
t l close proximity ,of iceburgs., that these interests have learned I negro race. Floridian. other have some attention paidto $9.75 to 1650. They're \3
Late Samuel Spencer.The nothing. Therefore, the conservativepress i
their peculiar traits habits and
k, A Xew York woman is under arrest In the Limelight.At .
Mobile Register the following of the country is ominously predicting traditions food '
pays this are given proper and
t. for threatening to kill John writing strenuous Teddy Is :
D. tribute ta Samuel Spencer that if things go on as they viewing the "big'ditch" at Panama fair treatment, they will be only too WORTH 25 PER CENT jj
: Rockefeller
unless he paid her one have been going the country will soon I : willing to report the advantages of
president of the Southern Railway and incidentally having a big time 44
t million dollars. Thieats against the have more than one Hearst in office I generally. Teddy Knows how to ; soil and climate and healthfulnessand !

t.-' life of the Czar of Standard Oil arc who was killed in wreck on Thanks- exercising political power in a way i himself in the limelight of public keep obi opportunity which we know the ; more than I'm asking for them. You had ;

t. becrming as common as those giving morning near Lynchburg Virginia -. that has never been seen before In i servation.-Carrabelle Advertiser. south possesses in a greater degree
'
against
the ruler of Russia. : this country. and these papers are .I than any other part of the country. I better take advantage before the COLD ?
most emphatic in their declarationsthat
Issues Warning. Demand Has Doubled.
r ---- The of the death of
news Samuel
In the award of prizes at the state I.Spencer president of the Southern there can be no permanent Improvement The president has commenced by'issUing The agricultural and industrial expansion ; WEATHER strikes you. They are bargains. \
until the wealth of the of the south has .
na formal to produced
a warning Panama a =
[ fair In Tampa Washington recei'dtwo Railway, is a great shock .to the business I
I tion "awakens to a sence of Its responsibilities against revolutions. With the exam I demand for labor that is doubl the ,
prizes one for being the banner and transportation world in and ceases to regard ple of Cuba before them it is "safe to I demand of a fpw years ago. and the ,

: county of West Florida and one for which he was one of the most prominent -I the nation as its legitimate prey." say that the gentle Panamians will retire .I I negroes.% even If willine and able to

f having the best display of hay, and able career actors.as a Mr.railroad Spencer's Mr across the border when they want 1 i adapt themselves to skilled labor are A FULL AND COMPLETE \
to raise a' "rough house."- not numerous enough to meet the de-
TTampa
Gadsden county received the prize for comprised In a period of a remark-I 0 '$ mand both in Line of ?
News. I the factories and the Clothing and Furnishings for Men Youths and
J'.. having the best exhibit of tobacco.In than twenty :years but was Nar SAID OF FLORIDA'S ot- .I'fields at the same time. ,

---- -- -- in the swiftness'___n_ and___ extent______ of__ n_ __ % PUBLIC MEN. Standing Pat. .- ]! The south roust have immigrationand Boys at prices perfectly
t Georgia they have a law giving velopment. At the time of his death a The president at last accounts was must remember that the Immi- satisfactory, 5

legal reserve insurance companies' he was president and director of the H: standing pat on his order for the discharge grants are white men with the same 1'

the right to deposit securities to tbe Alabama Great Southern Cincinnati of the mutinous colored battal- sense and spirit that we have. i

: total of the reserve value of all New Orleans and Texas Pacific, Southern Laud Brown. lion of the twenty-fifth infantry. It.is
f' poli- and *lorida, Mobile and Ohio, and Now somebody arises and.says thatT. not the largest but it is the best thingof !
cie!. In other words, the The ReTolrer. \
J
companiescan the Southern Railway and director of Laud Brown must needs be our its size the occupant of the white! JOS. COLEMAN
make the state the guarantor of the Central of Georgia Chicago Mil next governor Here's to Brown.Drink house has done since his incumbency, The revolver Is of dubious service in ,

all policies in for('('. This- looks like waukee'and ,St Paul. Erie, Northern her down drink her down.-St. i began.-Tampa Times. war. Its' only function there is as a -i ft
"
, a good thing and the Georgia law Pacific and other corporations. He Petersburg Independent.Steve I cavalry weapon. Indeed it is an evolution I Phone 727. 212 S. Palafox Street. I
conceived and accomplished the consolidation "And the Cat Came Back." of the,mediaeval purpose to provide -
might be studied with
profit' when of. the many railroad companies Sparkman. It's mighty bad fo be reminded that horse soldiers with a firearm. In

f; Florida l legislators begin the consideration that.. form the Southern Railway Congressman Sparkman is now the Theodore Roosevelt is the only president the cavalry the weapon i Is effective j jDnly I **zxvx s."S.. "S. ",- 4

t of insurance questions.In Company, and made that consoli- senior democratic member of the committee of the United States to visit a to -
op fifty yards. It has no value
,, on rivers and harbors and
dation a commercial success. He hada foreign country during His terns of
a recent issue of the' l.ake City genius for'big things and carried out many friends over this way are proudto office. But sadder still will be the announcement for hunting. The average man can do Snail In Wedlock HI. \AJa.slIC'J'

Index a writer in discussing the State his plans in a big manner: yet, per- know that he once represented this upon his return-"And more execution on birds and beasts! "Snails In wedlock, as! you might A. stol'11a told of General Sir Alfr 1Honford.

i University and its location in Gainesville sonally he. was such,a man as would district in congress.-Apalachicola the cat came back."-Jacksonville with a slingshot Tbe only purpose suppose live tranquilly" said a nature who believed In a o(>llbI J
.
hardly attract attention in. a crowd, Times. Floridian. which the revolver serves is to kill student. "They are not petulant and army. A soldier once sought hn F"
"Under
says: *, the authority being small.of stature. very quiet and another man. and even for that purpose fiery not quick tempered. They quarrel mission to marry, saying he bad t' 1
f Wills. .
this .
action o the juint l Judge A Pretty Experiment.A .
boards. real self-contained and at all Its usefulness Is little. I hare ,made f *
not Vf-as- J. T. who overestimated. a study of good conduct badges and $2In'
Judge Wills bas been be
f or supposed the board of control hast sertive It' was his well-ordered) intellect holding the term of court just closedin using very pretty some aniline effect may dye in powdered producedby New York Mall.Wbere'the. snails In wedlock and I bare found savings bank. "Well, go away.:' <;* I
: located the institution in the flat that dominated everything. He them singularly affectionate. TheIr bark '' *
f'" Suwannee county left this morningFor form lu alcohoL Fill a small glass Sir Alfred. "and If you come
woods of Alachua county. somewherenear was a strong. writer and a ftrceful: his home in Starke. While in Audience Wa.. eyes are at the tips of their horns. day year In the same mind you "' '
the smallest
with the alcohol and
speaker be knew drop
t. the burg Gainesville- a name he had; in hand always and there the'subject was no Live Oak the genial judge made a portion ot the dye on Its surface. It A London actor appearing a cheap When they meet they draw in their marry. I'll keep the u'Jlncy" 'I.4
host of warm friends and all of them theater In Salford found horn!!!, bringing their
f which by way of ai>pic>i>riate alliteration guesswork in his calculations. Southern will shoot down through the liquid so small an eyes close to- the anniversary the soldi, r repeal- '
i by blood and he will be delighted to see him again. audience that he sought out the manager gather so that they may exchange a his request "But do you really. *ft.a *'
goes well with Gret'dI..aJ.e education preserved lie is of like a strand of color, dividing into two
a man charming
t- always the :Southern personalitywho I for an explanation. "Yon see," tender look. Snails in wedlock put want to m&1T7r "Ye. ,
City dies hard in this matter but bhe : manner, wins as friends all he meets.- branches which will subdivide again year
was never brusque, the the manager told him, "my people an their beads 'together in '
t. or. as saying manner iuggestiTe very much. "Sergeant major.'y"
might as well understand Live Oak Democrat. and again anti! you have, apparently,
now that at the .
is. "absorbed in business. but was inverted Halle concert. "Oh, the actor of kissing. I have often seen a his name wn. Yes. yon may w ,"
an plant in miniature growing
i it is
settled for all timfAbu e of t't"adto meet man, high low said" surprised, "I should snail husband
have
'i any v Judge Wall. before your eyes.. ,An arrangement of hardly carrying dainty bits of I never believed there was so .
such a thriving hustling and tip-lo- even" the humblestmrK"man., in a We notice from tbe Wauchula Advocate throw the 'thought your patrons would care much green to his wife-a good provider. constancy in man or woman I> *
1. mirrors be made to reflection
frank may
date town as Gainesville will not help and friendly manner. One would that it is probable that a petition of tbis screen or a wall, for high class music." "No," the other Snail sweethearts are modest., They face. Quick marcar AS the ma.. left
on a
r the cause of Lake neveraccuse, Samuel Spencer of gloat. will be presented Judge Wall explained; to tell the truth da not make '
City in to love
any way, Ing over hs: immense seek- and the enlarged shadows will be very they go openly. If a third the room, turning his bead, be II'
power or "
This Is not the first asking him to resign. What: is the pick pockets. snail approaches-they and *=
break she' has ing to use that power for his personal matter with the Advocate* That is Interesting to watch. go hide under "Thank you sir. It isn't the *

f made in this matter and it is about advancement but rather was he op the first we have ,ever heard of any a dead leaf. woman."

. t time she let up on this question. Lake J pressed by ,the immensity of the responsibility complaint about Judge Wall. We

t City is one of the test inland towns j resting upon his shoulders hardly believe that v such a petition -

In the .state and it and the feeling that do what would receive any signers rom this
will be hard to believe
that there are many of her citizens -- [I he achievements would, he' could for his not companies bring his up county.-Ft. Myers Breeze. -

I who share the opinion of this to his Ideals. ,' Senator Mallory. I Plantation Chill Cure is Guarante

fcriter when he tries to discredit the I There are many here who personally United States Senator S. R Mallorywas

patriotic citirenshf of Gainesville. The!j feel the loss of a friend and associate in town yesterday accompaniedby
iantf ,Vill never forget his unnryingdness. hIs. secretary on hir'return from _

Uchersity of Florida belongs to the I j!I. his gentle ret firm touch I an extended trip to South Flor-. 1 To Cure, or Money Refunded Your
by Merchant $ot't, Not Try IT:! -rlcej *0c. Retail.







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-: THE ..PENSACOLA JOURNAL_ SATURDAY..... -\ -MORNING I DECEMBER' "

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Avoid u m.and alum phosphate 1 h-;

1TNESS-STAND -, .< I.l"" i

baking powders.The I I lit! f -i f,


label law requires that allthe Testified in Case.Brought by -.t.zr..."," f.f "' ..



the ingredients labels. be Look,namedon out Southern Timber States Co.Land & Holiday Opening Safe \ :'((11 l' ; 1



Gov. Broward was the chief witnessfor k

for the alum compounds. of.the the Southern defense yesterday States LanI in and the Tim-case The season of Christmas is ;almost upon us. Already Good Cheer and enthusiasm are gathering force and f r I

ber Company vs. N. B. Broward as working into the blood of inn, ''omen and children. Christmas! How much that word does mean to children- I{ j t

NOTE.-Safety lies in buying only governor.now being et taken al., evidence by Special in Master whichis. what visions of delight it brings! After all is said and done-what is there,.i in all\ the world, so intensely worth its ; "

Charles. S. Adams, says the Jacksonville price as the making of a child's life happy? That thought and the Christmas season brings us to : t f t-
Royal Baking Powder which is TimesUnion.The .1
a chief executive: was testifying Toys' .
Toys Toys !
of during the entire morning session.. In .ToSI.Toys fUJ.
cream tartar baking { ;
pure, powder, the course of his evidence he trottedout :
and the best that be made. the "drainage map" that played Everybody will agree with us that Santa Claus has been good to the Kress stores when you see the complete 1
can such a prominent part in his campaign assortment of beautiful have assembled from al of ;:# 1 ll I
the
through; the state when endeavoring toys we Iparts world. Shrewd buying by the thou- $ { I
to secure the passage of sanand dozens and upwards makes.it possible for you to buy a dollar value toy for 25c at Kress'. t ;
.'.. the late drainage amendment. Gov. 1 r
I Broward spread the now famous map BRING ALL THE CHILDREN-YOUR OWN AND YOUR NEIGHBOR'S TO :
out on the table and demonstratedas ''Tl i

When usual. he had finished wlfh this, SANTA CLAUS' TOY HOUSE, :
Gov. Broward put another and
map
S Iit'i
>>
NONN/NO'iN4sNN diagram in evidence and finally offered :
an entire suitcase full. In his .' :K.RESS' I''
A testimony he went over the entire
f reviewed the action of the .' "
WThn' ground ,
I I:6it1N trustees of the internal Improvement SATURDAY DECEMBER 1. "
fund in their official capacity as a "tliDThis !

,,!board contradicted of drainage evidence commissioners that had been; Holiday opening is an advance. showing of complete lines. which will give joy to the little boys )and

Oata0.000NN.90NNNOfOaNONNN.oN000.N +Nyr 1 offered by some of the witnesses for girls and be a benefit to the early buying parents. We get the crush later without telling you of this wonderful ,. f ''Jfl

jthe'the complaining character of company the land etc.regarding, and opportunity arrange this opening: your personal comfort. i :> ti

I'was then turned over to the attorneysfor .Kr ss' is the ideal gift-store for everybody-ideal in point of economy and value-giving. ._' ''J':'J't

the Close complainant.Cross-Examination. IT'S AT KRESS' if it's something for father or mother, a knickknack for brother or sister, a piece of "' ; JI

3 j Attorney J. C. LEngle, leading jewelry for sweethearts or wives and you'll be surprised at what you get for your money. That's the best part of .' '(I It i

M s wtv +M +ar I then counsel took for'the his excellency complainant in hand company and It-a dollar goes,as far at Kress as $5.00 elsewhere. 4_ I

4 'xt together I they went over the entire Everybody eats candy, at Christmas.; Kress' candy is Pure, Rich, Wholesome and always Fresh. We sell A -1}) i tl":

n .! s a' lu'f matter a close asain.one The, and crossexaminationwas rigid. tons of it in December in our 60 stores at 25 cents per pound. .: I:

< GOY Broward was on the stand for We are enthusiastic about this Holiday display because it is enthusiasm thaat makes the children happy' :.; :;
t 'ql le i k,, s A 4s' J9 ;R. session
s practically Special the Master entire Adams.day's before just the, same enthusiasm has built.up; the magnificent Kress business.One 1, ; 11;

., : jtl' tf.t sus, it>. ?:fta. < several The defense more witnesses it is understood present, has before last word-shop early It means better selection, less worry and no crowding. i ;i,; .+ \ :

the taking of testimony is finally

case then ended.make over Special to up Judge his Master report Locke.and Adams turn will the Kress' Umbrella Stand Sale. Kress' Jardiniere Sale } t 1

The complaining company' is represented -
i2L A: by Attorneys E. J. L'Engle J. SATURDAY 9 A. ,M. MONDAY 9 A. M. ; i
C. Cooper of Cooper & Cooper, andP. : tr.t I
A. Vans Agnew of KIssimmee.Case 5- i
%# Against Victory. 5- 25c' 25c Each. 4 t t I
S I ,Irf 5 ,t
In the matter of the United States
vs. the Schooner Victory, a libel with $1.00 purchase. To make room for Xmas goods we will reduce all : f, t t
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v r3.y si brought schooner on had the brought ground foreign that/ cargo the Very Special and worth 'up to ''$2.00. Jardinieres to the above-named'pricej, worth up to $2.ChinawareUnprecedented : +

:; z v3a into port, made no report thereon etc., 1 t
stipulation of probable cause was filed '
by the attorneys for the defendant Special Chinaware f 1 '
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owners of the'Victory. '
,. This means that the case which : Values Fine decorated china table ware, white and gold decorations, .J, ;

arcs than was awaited usual Interest with somewhat has ended.more An The beautiful designs in this stock are almost limitless and the.heavy Grecian border, consisting of tea cups and saucers, Saxon 1 I 1 r

agreement has been reached betweenthe Kress values simply can't be duplicated elsewhere for less than twice shaped plates, cups 'and saucers, cream, oatmeals; all match '- !i ,
United States and the owners of the price, I and make handsome sets each lOc ::1 I .
;
the vessel wheteby costs etc.,.wIth After-dinner, cups and saucers Bread' and Butter .decor'' J" } 1 i
'.t't.. .e M a fine agreed upon, will be paid; and with gold'and lustre.finIS new ated imported china, 25 .different I/ the action dropped. The 'stipulation and fancy designs In tulip and designs, each lOc. 1 EEL ..
;
y. t = In this wide assortment, *** r E I
555a' or probable cause is filed to protectthe kettle shapes, 6 different sizes, and dinner sets can easily i be made complete u tea.I A little money supplies many when spent:at Kress. Ten cents buys as much L !" ;I q 1 i
k
; s+ United States against any possiblesuit rich embossmgs and colorings, Gold decorated souvenirs in odd e good candy here as would cost you from 25c.: to 85c.elsewhere. .t'' '. .
the defendants agreeing that the .1,000 different shapes .and designs .shapes such as slippers, boots and I Kress'sell more than 1 million pounds a year. Hence we can sell fresh, a'f :, }"\I
government had,probable cause of action ,cup an4 saucer lOc vases_ + is e etc. ,. bigger the purchase the lower the cost and the selling price. ]t l, t!. 1
Some nice legal points were involved .
in this case, and the decision Fudge, (Chocolate tad Vaatfla garora).Chocolate dropi,worth :C.perpoauc1.- IOC_ ., 'J ,; ,
DUSTIN FARNUM IN "THE VIRGINIAN" TONIGHT. thereon was awaited with somewhatmore Christmas-TreeYoa can a Iron Hook Co.mp1etc:1y: PatentGIrIDons-'Theseare Jointed Dolls A.weaWi f enter. L ..
than usual interest. The Victory : Xmas. I WIt h all i new L f "
out
your equipped, dorisforcEildren. quality.at '
The Virginian" Tonight., I I recipient of.much genuine commendation had caught was engaged its sponges In sponge outside fishing of the, Ornaments tree most de. I 3 and in.long.,Ladder: -driver. ;.outfit. 10 C struction.and interesting in design and con &ldecwlawlda"eee.hIbIe.cMI te,pllatel: --.Unusual...MckIap., ....... IOC ::1!' I'.' t.," .1' ,,
The Virginian the dramatization I and will undoubtedly repeat 3-mile limit, and from this situationa gantly at Kr ess'at very little cos. ---- -- -- \ I '
.+, Cwpa Wister's splendid novel of j former triumphs during its coming engagement number of intricate questions arose. Every variety of decorations in tinChild's| Pretty SetwithOffloral Bangs and side curl, white mnsfin Patent Girl Dolls- This! is soma 't. !i :.
,
1 life, will be here. chemise lace collar, painted shoes thing new in :
"i-'prn at the
presented I '
Argument is Concluded. Self glass,decorated papers,etc-; pieces and stockings,nine inches long. Rembrandt Hair doll-land I t.;, "
nix-ra house tonight with Dastin Far- Major Alexander St. Clair-Abrams Tea:Set tOe s ,
value !
aTreeCandesboxes! of 2-1. decorations.Unusual aedblae.plakaaht.lu.bo.e4 eleaW I '
nua! at the head of the Kirke La i New, City Map. yesterday concluded his argument before 36 and 48,assorted colors,a box, lOc .- tact collar,,.-. .boo mod--.. t5c ;.. ,t ""

Sheila few dramas players.of the American plainslife I I new Hooton map of& the Watson city_ nave which issued'is filled a I, United Judge States!; James circuit W, court Locke, on In the the c Holders-Peerless with clamp, Tea Cups Pot and, Saucers" ,| b box per set, Aft ere Dlnn er Cups ]for Necessary tep e, ,, I "rumpetsIC' ece k.e,chenille l.lae, coed d :{} ,kf'randle ; J i > f

give such a realistic and thrilling with the latest information pertainingto I motion for an injunction in, the case assorted colors,also gilt 6 tor be f and Saucers pointed, ap.' and tassel,z toy hand- -I.1 .+ t } :
picture as that presented by this I Pensacola at the present time. : of the Colonial Trust Company, of ball to hang on tree Crean Sugar Pitcher? ) tOe duung-table. VeryajtUticcaJ&uctr.Tbe 15c I Mine;; t enouefa to-de 1 XVIC f\n and 1 IOC RiiChtaaychUd -1 r,
''harming stage version of Wister'swidely : Each: street and public park is plainly 'New York vs. the Florida East Coast price is rock4xmo Ja. "F k- : *, ; .,
read novel. The virility and i lettered and each block is numberedas I I Railway Company the Florida State I <
power of the original romance have' well as the lots in each block. The ,Railroad Commission et. al. Kress' Candy. Handkerchiefs-Special 1 ': '
been imparted to the stage version, different tracts thatgo' to make up : The court took the matter under .
ana the necessary atmosphere of the the whole'city are shown' as well as advisement and the decision will be Before the advance in cotton rates we placed an order for J15QOO worth of ;.t ::1 .
Wyoming: territorial days are known the water front lots. This is a valuable rendered later. Kress', by buym.gin vast quantities are able to sell Candy that handkerchiefs,one of the largest single purchases ever known in this fine of goods. 11. .
to have been cleverly added in sucha map and those wishing one This suit, as was pointed out yester- tests 25 cents per pound elsewhere, for 1'0 cents apound. Notice the This lot of 75 different patterns 15 a part of that record purchase and contains ..
, manner as to give strength to the I should call on Messrs. Hooton & Wat day in the Times-Union is broughtto belOW. I lames' lace hemstitched and embroidered handkerchiefs of assn rt ed'designs i ,.J i : 4'. '
Offerings initialed. .
aims"The Virginian" has been the son. some "j
the 'secure'railroad An commission injunction.from restraining enforc- Wherever candy is sold in a Kress store it is safe, fresh and Values,I2c.,.isc., and 25c................................... ...each lOc ,,. ) .,'I

ing the rule making three cents the harmless....................................................perlb. lOC r'k.'
maximum rate per* mile that can be : Blown Glassware-toc Each :: .
charged for carrying passengers con- For Reliable Candies-Try Kress'A I ] !
tending that it Is injuring the railway giant assortment beautifully decorated; every piece an illus- .' t

company in that it Is causing It to FUDGE, Chocolate and Vanilla flavors........... .....per lb lOc tration of Kress' wonderful values. : ; (
lose money and therefore causing : Whiskey' glasses, pear shape; claret and champagne glasses, bell "'1. 'f :
Your Food loss to the holders of the railway Strictly Fresh Chocolates and Bon-Bons, usual pnce 40c. to t .
bonds whom the com plain tan t repre- shape;cocktail glasses, stem flare and bowl top; cordial lasses:sher- i::i. 1 "
sents. 60c. per lb, Kress' price...................,.?......perlb. 20C.bet glasses,cupbell and J> arsbapesjtumblersbeUsbapefingerb'w1s.; ; ; :'=1' ; ft'
Inasmuch as the constitutionalityof "1 ;
must be properly digested and assimilated to be of the ruling on fares is called in ?< *-
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any value to you, otherwise it is a; source of harm question the case Is of widespread. In- WATCH KRESSWINDOW {f'I'
instead of good.If terest. 1'1"1

M sour not stomach digested" "heart it ferments burn,"and nausea decays, headache, causing THE GULF OF MEXICO.It SANTA- CLAUS "DAY---SATURDBY, DEC. 1. ;d : -. ;

y a flatulence.- bad breath and other discomforts.Dyspepsia h Surroanded by tbe'Richest Region .v.; .,
of the World.' ; i. '
'. S The gulf of Mexico ,1 is a sea 1,000 ------ ; '
Kodol miles long from the strait of Floridato MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE 64 WEDDED ON J
the harbor of Tampico and 800 miles DEGREES, MINIMUM 52 DEGREES.
wide from the mouth of the Mississippi! r-!

t Cure river to Mttliterranean the mouth of the of Coatzacqalcos.ThU tbe west Is. .sacola 1:50 The maximum yesterday, while temperature was the 64 minimum degrees at Pen-was at THANKSGIVING An By en Twenty = FiveBeautiful rr: tt

p. m. :
surrounded by countries of extraordinary
at 7 a. m. Last year on :
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compels proper digestion of the food and sends'thefood richness in the fertility of their the degrees same date the maximum was 5S MR. ALBERT MARINO AND MISS I

nutriment through the blood into all parts of soil, the geniality of their climates the degrees and the minimum 44 degrees. ,ANNIE I _JUFFRE MARRIED (
the body. vastness and value of their forests, the The total deficiency In rainfall since Velvet Rugs > f r
The tissues are thus built up and every; organ i is" variety and extent of their mineral en- Jan. 1 amounts to 9.52 Inches. i THURSDAY.A .

restored to health and strength and put in perfect dowments.All Best In the cup, Jackson Square t pretty church wedding occured
condition. these countries capable of sustaining Coi/ee. The only' premium given faa Thanksgiving day when Mr.: Albert
Disease is driven out to stay out-the.causa hundreds of millions of people, guarantee of its Quality.Stearns1 II Marino and MIls :Annie Jnffre. well '
are inhabited by nations and races who known young people in Italian circles Oriental
Is and Floral ;
removed. designs !
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live under republican forms of govern were married"at St. Michael's churchat "'f' ;
ment and cherish and maintain free in ieTtED. AfOR 4 o'clock In the afternoon Rev. .
Xodol PlanteririUe, Mist stitutions. The northern coast line of 6 0 At r+1r: Father Fullerton performing the ceremony real $300 values our price to : r : t
I bare prescribed quite often in my practice, this important sea Is in the rfRr41 : MJss 'Angelina Guardlna and f ,
and hive found it a efficient- for great, republic .X = 'r t I Zr
very remedy all I Mr. Peter Stagno'were attendants to t
stomach ailment. It has always given the best of America of, the the southern United States half is pf in North the the bride and groom, and th'e mar move, them ,quick $2.00. :f;'', ;", J
results. J. T. ]LAYt M.D., riage wa -witnesed by a large circleof '. '
next greatest American republic; that Invited guesta.Immediately l i
KODOL DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT of Mexico, while on the east are the after the ceremony the :,)::1" ...1.1t
important islands of the West Indies bridal party.-proceeded to the home of S t! f t-' ;
i+.llftr b tti.kaM*VM + MAKES THE pr..rd.tth.L.e4 ;Wltfi Cuba it'ttelr ,B air( 'Tn'e"Tegi6ir the bride, corner of Cevallos and In-
t>A.. neb tent M si.s.ttt STOMACH SWEET. ,,ot.to7,fEdi.Dwntutsr.cu aoa a around this most important sea is des Electric tendencia streets, where a sumptuous

1 and tined more to'be disiinguIsheSTIn far richer more: tLcThlstory powerful 18 Rat es.r.nt.ed and 10 ctrl Roach taw ban be.na Paste or stave oe8toarrfs' number wedding feast of assembled was served guests.to the large WATSON PARKER & REESE CO. :t+ f)1 !
it PIS 8e14ors The bride is A niece of Polled Officer ,
and affairs Of 1'-- =::
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.a..lr ....= F. C. Benjamin and the newlyweddedconple
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.those that bordered the ancient :iled.itemnean. a "EVERYTHING TO WEAR. '
were:the recipients of
of; -the ..eastern hemisphere, S.fAsigw.Y"r ElectrlopM.. Co:m JI ) I many handsome and useful wedding 1'': :, !

FOR SALE BY HOOTON'S PHARMACY. not Borne.even-New excepting: Orleans Egypt Picarna Greece and I gifts from their friends. '


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Ij;j THE. PENSACOLA JOURNALS SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1, 1906..
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: PAGF SIX.




I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS THAT PAY I




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................................................... LOTS ON EASY, TERMS. I -


OF ][)DESIRABLE: 'ABOUT.100' LOTS IN THE EAST KINO ARE YOU 1i
: I I LIST TRACT AT 50 TO $80 PER LOT. $1.00 WANTED

CASH AND $1X0 PER WEEK. NO
SAFE ? i
TAXESI NO .INTEREST NEW CITY MAPS

: PROPI6RTY FOR SALE I YOU CAN DOUBLE A LITTLE I

!I MONEY IN THESE- LOTS AND YOU In case of fire what will I Residences investments -
': WILL NEVER MISS THE MONEY YOU ,

I PUT INTO THEM. become of your savings? I business houses,

One-story dwelling on West Government street near street Romana, near with DeVilllers!lot 40 St ft$ -950.00 : $1600BUYS ,I In case of fire you can lots ; in .facUeverything JUST RECEIVED
: : Spring
One-story front dwelilav on ...............................<....... 3600j A 5-ROOM COTTAGE ON EAST.II'' readily see how the economy I in the line of .
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"grwin'dV'we'll'si'tu'ated 21 all new $
dwellings
and containing
.. Eock!and rented of rent at $1500 per annum If sold at once ...... ,.'.....v11,500.00 JACKSON STREET, $300 CASH. BETTER .- of years may be destroyed .


,_ .: Desirable at $-*tO per corner annum on the....West......end.with........r..good......Improvements............. .renting...". J uouuSplendid ': S 550-SEE Buys IT.two houses on East Garden in a few minu- REAL ESTATEWe : SHOWINGAll

Investment en Dayicn trect, n.ar Government, property: street renting for 191 tes.
now renting at $740 per annum................................... 6850.00'II : Stop and figure it up and per you year.will
of property on Inteijdencia street, near Palafox .. 6350.00 find that this property pays 11 per
2 Desirable JHege have the customers additions sub-dirisions and
cent. $150 cash balance S YOU CAN'T AFFORDNot
the i
with good dwelling attached: upon large corner lot on -per -
.. store west End, splendid UstrtelSit"n ............................ 2650.00 cent. and need the changes in names of streets, together
) prop-
the business $1750-Buys 4 good renting houses In the with all Information necessary to the
the ,
; desirable lots on the corner, fronting bay near
-: Seven center .......................................t................ 3500.00
: :2 Tot men ..on....desirable..........corner.......of....North.......Baylen.......street......,..splendid......i..!Invert-...... 1800.00 I and This balance pars 15 at per 8 per cent.cent.$500 cash fire insurance in a reli- ,mand. If you have any- owner of property In the

:: : We can rent or sen a number of houses of 4 rooms, upwards, at once, as able company. Phoneus thing to sell, list it withus
of PensacolaThis
f r we !have a great demand for them. City
.T Vacant lots also handled by us to advantage. LESLIE E BROOKSReal about the matter'or for quick sale and satisfactory -
at lowest rates.
We insure property +
4 call writeMcDAVIDIIYER
or results.
map Is u -to-date In eyery par

Estate t ticular.



i 1 HOOTON & WATSON | and Insurance. I L S. BROWN & CO. Mounted Maps PRICES on Roller and


$ THE RENTAL AGENTS," .i Phone 462. 112 S. Palafox. CO. LOANS REAL ESTATE Linen .. .. .. '.. ... .. .. .. $2.00

Pocket Maps .. .. .. .. .. .. ,". 50c

t i Real Estate. !Insurance and Loans, i B AND INSURANCE

: Agents New York Tfeiesen Bldg. Phone No. 9 I 8FORSALE

: i No. 37 S. Palafox Street. Phone. ,No. 54. : For Sane I 100 Life EAST Insurants GOVERNMENT Company.ST.. HOOTON & WATSON"The

;;; .++iw ......................... ..+............ ..... Phone 700. Pensacola, Fla. I Rental Agents."



;,' HELP WANTED. WANTED. -$3000for -I II Real Estate Insurance and LoansNo.


t STED-Lumbu marker for export WANTED-To rent a show window for _
mill. Address Home MID Co., Bohemia.Fla. about thirty days. Must be on l'alafox 37 South Palafox St.
: IdeclwVANTEOEvery street. This is wanted for a nice. clean .212 West Wright street, I Hon
business for the holidays! : Address Box $85per
\ : druggist in town to teU 48. Asheville, N. C. Idee a very desirable 8-room and '
lot gets ten lots % block of New City
his customers about CHICLETS. I WANTED-Young German farmer desires han residence with large lot. I property. None better as an investment.

\XTED-Men to tearn barber trade. I position. Thoroughly experienced. Edu-
Few weeks completes; tools given. wages cated at German Agricultural Academy, '; \ '- Nice 5-rom and hall cot- $550 -

, Saturdays: shops furnished new. Great I Not afraid of work. Address :Max Schohr -- ,--- --_. .
demand! for graduates. Write for cata- Century Fla. Ideclw tage, new, nicely finished, buys two three-room cottages renting for ---
$4500'For
Mohler Barber College New Or J8.00 per month. This as an Investment
l. ru :
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,t eam:<. La. Ideclw* I LETTERS do the trick. They are the large front and back gallery, will net over 15 per cent. LANARKOn EVENSVILLE
best trade-getters. They get to the new.two-tory. 8.room house with
'. W.\"TED-Young man as city salesman. msinfss man's heart and not the waste two halls and two large galleries; aa closets throughout house, $1500for .
One acquaintedlth manufacturing basket. The May? Printing Co.. hare artistic up-to-date home with all modern the Gulf of Mexico.
; trail and not afraid of work. Address A new process that makes typewritten improvements situated on car line on city water; lot 50 ,by 1372, a pretty six-room home in most desirable -' TERRE HAUTERAILROAD
P. l. Box 71%. City. 29nov4t letters cheaply and perfectly. Phone 181 high point overlooking the bay, at south the blocks location In city, on East Hill near'
f __ rill bring a representative. 21 West west corner of 16th avenue.and Jackson on corner, two car line.- Hunting and fishing season now on.
WANTED AT ONCE-Two or three Government street. Idee street. Oyster beds within easy reach.
from line nice
car neighborhood. _
gou.1 glaziers. Apply in person. Saunders ,
!' Mill Co., Brent road28novlw WANTED-Every girl who rides to try Offers exceptional 'advantages as a
i CHICLETS. Be sure and look at Co R. YAEOER place to spend part of the winter months. THE DIRECT LINE TOCHICAGO

THB DeFUNIAK HERALD wants a Money to loan at lowest market rate this if home
i printer. Good pay and light work. SEWING A1I."TED-Prlce reasonable.Mrs. o. interest. you want a LANARK INN.
1 :;novlw'f F. E. Perdue 221 :North Cav llos real 200 Thiesen
Mortgages on estate in this city !
$2,450.00J. Building.
St.. phone 118&. Idee bought and sold. Under new management, modern and
: :: well kept; will afford special attention to
WANTED Xo. 1 rook for bridge camp
Ii' at South Escambla. salary J40. Ad- Ar-"TED-Every girl who drives to try AH of tIM Mascot Tract west of "C'' Phone 686. hunting and fishing parties. and all points in the
dross J. C. Maxwell. Mulat. Fla. 2800rite CHICLETS. street now for sale.
? Reached by the Georgia Florida & North and Northwest.

W.-\XTED-At once. man or boy cook in WANTED TO RENT-A large house W. Bullock Jr.Real FOR SALE.FOR Alabama Railway. Convenient schedules.
boarding house for l!.to 14 boarders. close in. Will lease it if terms are desirable. Tourist rates now In effect.
f- Apply at once to Mrs. IL L. Byrd Past Addrebtf Mrs. A. M., Care JournaL -
ton. Fla. 24novlm 27cov I SALE-Three-year-old Jersey cow For hotel accommodations write LAN Exceptionally Low RoundTrip '
r Fisher Real Estate Agency Estate and Mortgage Loans and heifer calf. Can be seen at 111S E. i ARK INN Lanark Fla.

\VANTED-Good house girl. Apply 229 Ar-"TED-Some''one of means who will Room 302 Brent Building. Strong street. 23novlw Rates to Summer
North Spring street. 22nov care for and educate bright boy. 14 For schedules, railroad rates etc-, writs ,
; COLLECTION OF RENTS A FOR SALE-1 second-hand safe. 1 roll-
years old. Apply Pearl Bagan Home or I I J. H. McWILUAMS.
Tourist Points.
WANTED AT ONCE-A good cook at I Mrs. Wm. Fisher, President. ISnov Phone 637 top desk and 1 dray. all in.good con-' Gen. Pass. Rgent I
SPECIALTY. H. F.
dition. Apply DeBroux.
18 East Wright street. 20nov Warring-. !' Balnbridge, Ga.
!AlI."TED-Posltion as stenographer or Phone 87. 206 S. Palafox St I ton. Fla. 28novlw D. H. Hillman, S. 1.. Rogers

I assistant bookkeeper and general office I FOR SALE-House and lot at 1013 East' Q. P. & T. A. .. General Agent

BOARD AND ROOMS. 'work dress B.by c.young. Care lady Journal.of experience.novlSlt Ad- I FOR SALE. Jackson,street.1013 East$1600.Jackson Apply street to G. A.Dohlstrom. or. Pensacola. St. Andrews and Evansville. Ind. Nashville Tens!

PLEASANT homelike place to board.on YOUNG LADY stenographer wishes position MONEY TO LOAN. :,FOB SALEOOarpeat'country place -7 818 South Palafox. 27novlm Gulf Steamship Co.

North liii!. :d door from Car line. In' Pensacola or anywhere in West miles from'Pensacola. short mile west SALE-Small Iron STEAMER TARPON.W. .
I'hone 860.NICELY Florida or South Alabama. References. of Olive station and postofflce, known as FOR Furniture safe. Price $%0. G. BARROW, Master DIRECTORYPROFESSIONAL.
Address M. E. c., Care Journal. 17nov TjxUMTTED amount money to loan on 7-mile house on old Jackson road 30 acres Fisher House.- 133-140' East FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER AND !
: FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. all kinds personal property on short fenced, and cross-fenced.; woven wire Intendenda street. 23nov FREIGHT SERVICE. I
with or without board. Table board. CONKEYS celebrated Roup Cure Cholera notice. Terms easy. Get my rates before fence. balance partly cleared' partly fine -Between-
Phone gas and bath. No. 3 Palafox. cure. lice. and mite killer as wellas going elsewhere. Star Loan Co., 11CK timber. Fine oaks pear. chestnut and FOR SALE CHEAP-Second-hand buggies PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHICOLA .
and If .
t7nov an unexcelled Producer. South Palafox. 4novlm wagons. you want a bar- CARRABELLE. ST. AN'
Egg All other trees. Stream running through
; gain in second.hand vehicle
a of
description : .
any DREWS. MILLyiLLE.And
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guaranteed and a splendid gade of also
many springs on place; horse, buggy,
wheat that will 5000.00 to loan on rood security. Pensa call or writeV. E. Taylor Chipley all points on St. Andrews Bay, Car-
ROOMS-Two furnished front rooms, I make your fowls: lay. F. harness wagon and farming tools; 3 1- I
S. Helen cola Investment Company. 300ctIO"EY Fla. 23novlm: rabell. and Aoalachlcola.SCHEDULE. W. B. BARTON
suitable for light housekeeping. Use & Co.. Pensacola Fla Phone room houses. 1 50-foot. stable with two .
of phone and bath. Apply ,&22 East 334. Thor rooms;. 1 25-foot barn 'and other out- I
LOANED on real FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mehlen Leaves Peaoaoola. Sunday, 8:30 '
Gadsden, or Phone 897. novFUR."ISHED ) estate and houses. Suitable for Unitariuin p. m. Attorney At Law.
personal property on short notice. /'country & Sons' piano in handsome rosewoodcase. for Mobile. Ala.
WANTED-Position as aw filer or superlrl.tendent. 3.V. club factory, brewery or stock farming. A bargain. Piano ran be Leave Pensacola Tuesday. 8:30 [ Offices-Fisher Palafox .'
Terms easy. Bullard. 28% South seen P. ra, Building. Ft'"
ROOMS for rent at 212 mill
West Gregory street. ISnovlm competent man.or References foreman. by a Palafox St. Phone 1144. Reason for selling-owner has no one to by calling at the Kandy Kitchen. 3oct. for St. Andrews. MlEville, Apalachlcola. Will practice in all the state and T'I.States '.
furnished.
manage place. Great bargain as invest- Carrabelle and intermediate points. Courts. Twenty-three ,' ,.
Address J. W., Lasseter. Andalusia. Ala. ment or for one looking for good farmingland. FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN_25 000 For additional Information apply to perlcnce. yean
FOR RENT-Pleasant furnished room, 6novlm I CAN LEND TOUR MONET at eight For particulars address EL W. brick 3hors J. R. SAUNDERS
.one power engine, 100 .
southern second floor. Corner cent. If you have any that
exposure per you Peake. Pensacola Fla-i New
Laundry feet 1-inch pipe. This engine jus. tne E .R. COBB. President.
nth avenue and 12th street near East want interest on. see me about it It building. East Chase street. Idee for small mill. General I Frt. and Pass. Agt. Pen.acola .
Hill -ar line. llnov WANTEDTo rent. a bouse on North will be absolutely safe on real estate thing a saw Address Box Fla. T. G. YATES, M. D.,
Hill with 6 or 7 rooms; will lease for security. Leslie E. Brooks. Phone 462. 103 Pensacola. Fla. Sloctlm
FOR 'TRoom3ith or without one year from date of December 1. Address I I FOR SALE Fine six-room cottage on
I board. :Men only. Apply 17 West La- Pensacola Investment Co. 3nov2t MONET TO LOAN-Everybody borrows East Hill; fine neighborhood high and FOR SALE-Light, fine healthy country' Optician.
Rua St. 7novlm money from Jno. A. Hall & Co.. 14WE. dry. House on two corner lots. Trees in raised turkeys worth $2.60 but let go COLORED LODGE.
WANTED! kinds beer tattles. I Government St. When In need call yard. All modern conveniences. House at S1.85 each. Apply to Nettie Oliver. 306 Thiesen Building.Twenty .
FURNISHED ROOM for rent 301 pay new. Will seU cheap or exchange for Molino Fla. I"nov2w
Apply on us.MONET
lie ecrzen. I hanail.aU leading brands
near in town. Address Mrs. A. I. 0. S & D. of St. L.
,Yo Chase street 21oct of vrlned, beers ana whiskies, and still property years' experience as an Ejrf
manufacture that well-established LOANED on an kinds of personal M Care Journal. fIner FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-Halt block Howard Council No. 1 and Bethlehem Specialist. Examination free.
;; e__ _ medicine. Joe Roth; corner Tarragtna corgh property on short notice. Terms Jn New City near Bay View park; will Council No.: 2, Independent Orderof
and Government Sts. Hoc easy. J. B. Gray & Co.. 2 W. Romana. PANAMA CANAL EDITION of The exchange for cottage or sell cheap if OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOI
PERSONAL.DENTISTS Phone 1165. Ifeb Journal magnificently illustrated taken at once. Mrs. R. Owsley. 1308 E.I Sons and Daughters of 'St Luke,
magazine containing scores of views of Strong. 21novlm* meets 2nd and 4th Wednesday nightsof L. C. PHILLIPS, Ph. M. S
t WANTED: once a: four or five-room UNLIMITED amount of money to loanon the city and harbor; Fo sale it all each month at their hall Tarragona
are prescribing CHICLETS to cottage. Must be close in and In good all kinds of personal property. Special book stores or at The .ournal office. By FOR SALE-Strawberry plants. Ber- on Homeopathic. *
f aid in the care of teeth. neighborhood. Address 123. Care -Tour rates to business men on large mall. 20 cents. List;l muda grass for lawns and California : between Intendencia and Romans -, SURGEON.CI
naL 25sep loans. The New York Loan Co.. 204)4 prints for hedging by Thos. cJrltllan. streets D. Howard, F. C. H.. I PHYSICIAN and
South Palafox. FOR SALE-Large furniture wagon and Brent. Fla. 2Snov Rev. C. IL Jones Secy., No. 1 Frank Office and Residence 12 N. PalatesHoun:9tolla.m.lto5p.m. 3
c LOST.LOST .TAILORING I*. Diamond, T Uor. harness in good condition. Fisher Fur- .
: .Gent's clothing cleaned, pressed and re; niture house. 13S and 140 East Intenden- FOR SALE-A fine tract of land near Scott, F. C. H.. Stella Dawson. Secy..
paired on short notice. NO. 11$4 Wes ciastreet.. boor city. Part heavily timbered; part No. 2 noTlOlmpd Phone 65. n.
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-FJnder of pocketbook on Belt car Government St., Pensacola Fla. FOR SALE. cleared Call phone 285; or address 1102:!
s No. :.. yesterday return to Mrs. S.d.L.ldeclt. I FOR SALE-Half-interest in one of the East Gadsden. ISnovlm I
Beime. 217 North Cevallos. for ;'a WANTED R. Bingham wants houses In South Alabama.
your best furniture
!FOR SALE 125.00 cash for Remington Frederick Ausfeld. F. M. Cout.:
moving and hauling. He to devote timeto FOR SALE and Immediate I I
guarantees in first-class writing order Reason for selling more delivery. one Legal Advertisements.PROPOSALS
I ,all breakage. Phone 630. Typewriter have no for ; other interests. Call on or address W. I automatic tandem compound center AUSFIELD & BLOUNTArchitects
for selling. use same
_. LOST-A parched throat by a man who reason Address "B," Care.Journal ., S. Sheppard. Florala Alallnovlm., crank steam engine of about 150 horsepower -
dl CHICLETS.. .A.\"TED-The Merchants Transfer Co. hete. 21novlm and two return tubular) boilers 72 win be received at the Bureau -i
I wants your mcrins: and hauling. Al FOR SALE-.8 room house. good location.best inches diameter by if feet long. For full of Supplies and Accounts Navy 312-314 Brent Bldg., 43 Moses B'd;..
I breakage guaranteed.! T. B. Tho.,- FOR SALE-A pottery works with steam water in the city. A bargain. Apply particulars apply Stone & Webster Eng Department. Washington D. c.. until Pensacola, Fla. Montgomery. A*.
FOUND.GRAY ProprietLPhODG 07$ engine. steam drying room. moulds 3th avenue and 16th street. 13n vlm >O'v 10 o'clock a. m.. December 11, 1906. and I _

r I WANTED I sell all All kinds kinds of of electrical electrical work. and business.everything together complete with the for finest carrying bed on of FOR SALE-111 acre excellent pineappleand rW publicly to furn'sh opened at the immediately navy yard Pensacola thereafter I I WM. A. BORMANS.

HORSE white spot in forehead other electrical! When batteriesand pottery clay in Escambia county. Located orange'land on Jupiter river; excellent FOR ADOPTION.FOR Fla-, a quantity of naval supplies as fol : Architect
f. and left hind leg white. Owner can need me ring 215 or supplies.956. E. W. Peake you right in the city. Apply to or address market; close to railroad; three low: Hydraulic jacks, galvanized shingles and Superintendent
v have same by paying for this ad. Myrtle, New Star Laundry Bldg. 1::. Garden. R. P. Reese. ISseptfFOR I miles from ocean; some improvements; ADOPTION-one orphan rivet forges, creosoted piles sheet' Office' -305 Brent Suildir"
Grove Poultry Farm Myrtle Grove. Fla.2Snovlw. : healthy locality. Address J. E. Benefleld boy. 7 tin. Applications for proposals should Phone 823. Pensacc -
: round timberland Aycock Fla. nov years old. Will be given for adoptioj refer to Schedule 270. Blank proposals
10.000 acres
WANTED Second-band sacks of an SALE-
descriptions -
to
responsible parties. For ---
particulars will be furnished ,
mill timber and upon application to the
t wanted. If out of town. ship 12,500 saw saw -- -
-- -- -- FOR SALE-At a bargain. paying Furni- apply Pearl Eagan Home or Mrs. Wm. navy pay office Pensacola Flk,
them to us: if in town. ring us up at lI o. mill. 32-room hotel at a bargain. Several Fisher. President. or to
334.: or bring them to us at corner: of good farms and town properties. ture 'business at 138 East Intendencia lSnov the Bureau. E. B. Rogers Paymaster- SECRET SOCIETIES.
.f t HOTELS. Chase and Alcaniz Sts. F. S. Mellen & Write Gentry & Setterllnd. Chipley Fla. street. Address Box 325, City. 8nov FOR .ADOPTION-One General U. S. N. 11-14-06. -
orphan boy, T
23sept
Co. ZSjuiy wall Case 25 years old, and one orphan baby boy S Notice is gveo PENSACOLA LODGE. NU -
!; FOR SALE-One fine feet hereby that on the J'
I.OCKHART HOTEL. Lo -if
<-khart, Ala.. Pensacola K
I with ribbon months old. Will be given for adoption to eleventh of Lodge No.3. ,
10
t FOR SALE-Thoroughbred pedigreedPointer long. 8 feet high case day December A. D. 1906. at "
new management newly meets 1"
renovated For every Monday even; : .
rice rooms. Bath and aU accommodations. Puppies J10 and Signed feet long separate. Will make fine display responsible parties. particulars apply 12 o'clock. noon at the office of the o'clock at their -' > ii
r5. Pearl temporary < >!
Eagan Home. Mrs.
F Special attention to traveling men. ; MISCELLANEOUS.MATTRESS Bagdad Kennels. Bagdad. hlnovl.nFOR case for any kind of merchandise. Fisher, President. or WIn. Gulf :Machine Works in Pensacola FlorIda. over Pou's stable West' 1ntendcn't.
E. L. 17 North PsJ&fox. ISaovI a meeting of the stock
to Reese holders
to : Apply of the vIaN
; Special rates weekly boarders. J.Ro.lgers Visiting brethren cordially 15""-
SALE OR TRADE-Seven H. P. 20novlmFOR said Gulf Machine Works a corporation
C c
Prop. 2Snov t DENNiiU.
f AND FUR.\"ITURE-Mat- wood mill; complete order. Will cut Jackson Square Coffee stands for organized under the laws of the state of H lIORSLEt 1t of K. 4 &
5. BROWN HOUSE-DePuniaS Springs. tresses made to order and also renovated twenty-cords'of wood per day: terms to SALE-Forty acres lana, weD timbered quality put up in 25c; 50c and $1.00 Florida will be held for the purpose of
i< Good beds airy rooms elegant meals ; new ticks furnished. New and right party. or will trade for stock or good house, iVi miles east of air tight tins. It pleases others. Why voting upon the proposed increase of the
; modern Address J. A.Donalson. Olive. Fla. Address Jas. T. Gerelds. P. O. capital stock of said corporation DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA.
t- free bath and sample rooms. Special second-hand furniture, or antique other propCTty. to fifty ..
it?
attention to traveling men. Rates $2.00 bought and fOld Davis Manufacturing DeFuniak Springs, Fla. %23nov2w Box 164 City. Snovlm not try thousand dollars (J50.090.00). and upon Naomi Lodge No. I. Da ighters/ 1
day. J. R. Brown. Prop. Co., 114 East Belmont street. proposed amendments of the 2nd 3rd and Rebecca meets every MOT :ay nlgl' >
pot '
Phone 771. 24nov Gth paragraphs of the charter of said coi- 8 O'clock in L O. O. E. -*. Vis "
: poration. 'W. F. sisters cordially Invited 1" bt present
HO EL SOUTHERN Open all the CREART
:: year. American: and European plan. MISS LEILA REESE has fresh cut flow- WRITE YOUR WANT AD HERE.Send .E. E. REESE. President. MRS. J. T. PCLUAM. N. G.
,. Special sunwner rates. .First-class in ers on hand Orders taken for special Secretary and Treasurer. nov0oaw4w MRS. HATTIE NEVILLE. Sec
occasions. Phone :82. ISnovlm
every respe t. Pleasant and conven :
lent Mrs. T. I* Bowen. Prop., Pensa- NOTICE. RATHBONE LODGE NO. 30.

!f.Fia. l apr WAGON now AND in cur CARRIAGE new quarters SHOP, 214-Ware E. it to The Journal office day or night. When you need help, have anythingto stockholders There will be of a the special Pensacola.meeting Alabamaand of the Rathbone, meets Lodg No30 Thursday, Knights nigt' I iPythla.s. :

BAY HOTEL-Open nigHt and day. Eu. Intendencia entrance also at 215 Romana. Tennessee Railroad company on every ,.. '
of sister rand
ropean plan. Rooms light and clean. and prepared to do everything in wagon sell, rent, exchange, or wish to purchase anything, try a want ad. They do the Monday December 17. 1W6. at the officeof Castle visiting Hall. brethren Members cordially Im Ito
Transient trade solicited. 675-573 South and carriage building and repairing. E. the company in Pensaoola, Fla., at 11 attend. J. M ROPER. C. C.
Palafox. Jos. S. Nloolau. Prop. L. Herring Phoc4 923: City. 14oct. work. to o'clock authorize.. m-the. to Issue'of vote on additional the propoeitioft capi C. J. LEVEr. K PW & S. _.

-- MATTRESSES RE.O\-ATED-Xew tick tal stock and provide funds to aid to M- E. B. A. No. SL meets first ard
furnished if desired_ Guaranteed. Carpet the construction of the branch line of third Wednesday evenincs at 7:39 p ,
FOR RENT. taken up and matting laid. Leave SIX ORDINARYWORDS I I MAKE 11 ONE LINE. dJm. a point on the P. A. i T t na3..rd hall! No. 19, West Intend' ,a
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t orders at Watson. Parker Reese Co.'g.I line to Ala\, and to transact such Street. A. G. FELL Free
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Duncan. other business
Wesley as
FOR Rf'\T-XIc'ly furnished 8-room 7sept fore the meeting.By may properly come be- _J. L SWEENEY. Secy. _

i house on North Hill second door from I J. IL PORTER, sailmaker. 71* South order .of the president. PENSACOLA LODGE NO 4,1.0. O. F.
car line. For particulars address :No. 8 Palafox street. Orders taken for tents. J. H. SHERRILU Pensacola. Lodge No. 4. L O. 0F.
-- East Strong. Idee awnings camp stools and house cots. I L" novlioaw4w t.r)'. meets every Thursday evening at 7'2
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T v FOR RENT-Two nice double .,ton 8 on I etc. Prices reasonable. Slja NOTICE. at the new hall on Belmont cordiallyvIteI. and Bay "T.
brethren
streets. Visiting
!
: East Intendencia street between Pala- SHIP CHANDLERS-McKiczie Oirtln There will *? a sptoMaJ meeting 4)f the B. WITKOVSKT.. N. OA. ,
fox and Tarragona. Inquire at the FisherReal & Co. wholesale and retail ship crand stockholders of_ the PensacoU aji p<'r- KERLE. Secretary
Estate Agency. %:nov lets and grocers. Only first-class -: company on Mondav. r) ,
cc:
of kind in city. Fair prices to all. 1. I II. 19\16. at 10 o'clock a. m.. .t thi- office 0. W.
FOR RENT-A. It. Blnsham has storage -I ; of the company in Pensacola, FU. to L4v Oak Camp No. 1. W. 0 VTM .

room other for goods.rent.104 suitable and 106 for South furniture Tar- MILTON He Mlms UPHOLSTERING Proprietor. SHOP-WH- _ consider and vote on the pUn t>rotx>B* er Furniture '
repairing \
by the Board of Directors for Wednesdays In each month. Liivereicns
ragona. street. Phone U9. of all kinds, carpets laId. furniture H funds to purchase additional securing cordially invited.
.. -- packed for shipping. Phone 63. I r Li_I stock and..material required to totting repair F. A. KOGHICH C. C.
Next to Tampa landing.
t STRAYED.iRAYED 22apr tember damage 27 done. 1S06.by and the for hurricane the transaction<>f &-t>- LESLIE E. P.ROOKS. Clerk.:_____

H. ALFMAN-Tin. Copper and Sheet of such other business as may The celebrated Prencn drip coff*".
com before
from Skinner's mill bay Iron Worker; cornice work and skylights want ad the above is 25 cents first insertion the meeting.By :Sold
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aaiL Finder will a specialty; ; roofing, guttering and Rales The rate on a filling space order of the President. Jackson Square. No premiums.

p1eM1e Stable.horse return with cropped to Robinson's:SOnovlw; Livery*[I I house phone repairing.U16.building.109' East Phone Government 560. Residence opera and 5 cents a day for each additional consecutive'.II insertion.. Send_ cash with the ad nov7oaw4w ELWOOD McLACOHUN._BtcreUry. your strictly grocers.on its merits. Ask for it at


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SCARRITT-- OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.MORENO.SAFES t I'5HIPPINC: oIdj e"4 : \ nI Legal Advertisements. k:" %A111 I1


**rnt for Dlebold Canton.Safe Ohio.mceandSale8100T12O and. Lock Co.. NW[ MARE1.REPffRTNAVAL I I-
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E, Gov. St. whiskey I I NOTICE OF SALE. -
-- .I ITlinS YOU ABWETTHE CARES OF UFE ; Please take notice that I, F. Mua -bi 4 i' -
!master of the Italian ship "Trojan." e\ jj *
HICKS'CAPUDINE Cleared Yesterday. STORES.Savannah. I IUt register ton, remetated in 1806 la 14 i
King Oscar II, Ncr bk 75:. for Buenos hoIditup'totholighr .', Ga-,* Nov :30.-The naval I the Interest of whom It may coaeeni. onWednesday. -i j -
Ayres. with GOO.062 8 ft lumber. tores market closed.to-day as follows1 I the 15th day of December.

VESSELS ww........,... .4...............( 90 I 130$. at 12 O'clock. noon, In front of the -4 -
IN PORT. : WG ..., I......bU. custom IM u* Will MIl at public 4 i 4

,r' I I'? t HXLCKTU.Y cctuHEADACHES Alfred Menzete Stea Ger rumps.sa. Jorgensen 128S. N M .:::::::..::::::?:....::::.::.::::::.550( 25 50 .1 I outcry the ship to"Trojan.the highest" with all bidder spars for tackles cash.'t, F -

St. incent. to H. Baars & Co. K ....................................5 00 'I appurtenance, aa she now lies, on the -& -
trim Cji COLDS BoJtenhan, Br ss, Simmons 2337 Bre- itspurity Jr ...................-.-..............* 40 west bank of Mobile river above One- -I )-
a'r men to Gulf Transit Co. H ....................................4 15 i Mile creek. p. MASS.A0. -. -
I.au laB.unW Hflslcsburg. Swed se. Schrlel. 1422. shines I G ..................-.4 00P IVLLICH Master. -'
WitH: Sura Huelva to Hyet Bros. .................................v.395 Consular Agent of Italy. -
Homburg. Ger B I Mobile, Ala.. November 13. 1906.
Mattblesen. 3 90J
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-- Rotterdam to the W. S. Keyser C.>. 14SS through. J> ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::..390 I _

Ida. t'=Pan ss, Arano, 21M. Liverpool to C .....3 90 INCORPORATION NOTICE 41 .

Coal and Wood Gulf Cayo Transit Largo Co., Br ss, Davey. 2223, Tam- test it by all Spirits Turpentine-651* cents. !I Notice Is hereby given that on the il- -

pico to Ouif! Transit Co. Pensacola Cotton Market. 15th day of December A. D., 1906 the l .
Lord Stanley,Br ss!, Cunningham, 3055 means. The following Pensacola cotton quota: I' undersigned will apply to the governor iI

,\', deliver Ice Coal Charcoal and St. Vincent to Gulf Ships Transit Co. note the flavor Co.tions. F.are O furnished B. cotton by brokers S. P., O'Conor Pensacola& I I of the state of Florida for letters pat.
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*, (v in quantity and don to order. the bouquetthe Good middling ....,..................10 4 I ter: Win. B. Banyan. W. F. Graves 4 P
jou any our
Ferreira Port ship Barros 60C, Lisbon Strict: middling ......................10a.a !
tft ice is always prompt. to master. Middling ............................lOVi : "It'. .j\\ i C. R. Bnrgoyne C. W. Lamar J. J.' i t ..1MCGaSIIII
lingering
Steam and Domestic Coal. Harbinger, Rus ship 1339. Algoa Bay Strict low middling ................. J'g : 1irtIP D. W. Burke. } -
to master satisfaction Low middling ..f--..>................ 914 'sL
Wood Cut Any Size. IngrW. Nor ship, Dannell. 1260: Ant- Best flavor Charter of Runyan Lumber Co. t4

werp to McK. Oerting & Co. Cotton Markets I to 1. The name of the corporation 1. 1
E. G. SEWALL to Lena.order.Ital ship. Tassara. 1581. London that comes from only a high :New York. Nov. :30.-The cotton market I : becauseyou" shall be Runyan Lumber Company -
grade article. opened firm at an advance of 8(@10 points. ; '.
and its
Barks. ? principal place of business T
Phones 614-363 26 N. Tarragona St. and worked up to a net gain of 12@1 it is the -
f
Afredo. Uruguayan bk. Mai-agas 987 full! ,measure-convenient package points on covering and bull support attracted Pensacola Florida. P4
-- ----- - Montevideo Alfhild Swed to 1C bk H., Svensea Thornton.1332 Durban mtckratc f>rice-sold everywhcre"b&b"antata by the firmness of the Liverpool I BestWhUKey 2. The general nature of the business ., : t

Florida and Alabama to master. market jesterday. the fact that no notices ? /C. r to be transacted by the said corporation 4
Andrea Nor bk, Quale 114, Durban to December of consequence contracts were and the Issued continued against: I is the manufacture buying .. 1

master. reports of firm conditions in the southern selling shipping exporting and inspecting : t
C. B. Whidden. Br bk Morrison.
349.
LAND COMPANY !spot market. Trading was moderately ] of 1
Las Palmas to Southern States Lumber I 1) 9. timber lumber and other -
active on the advance, and. while the A' wood : '
Co. products and naval stores and -
market off a couple of during
sagged points ;
Manufacturers. ol Campbell Nor bk Hausken 1100, the middle of the morning. under I general merchandise, both for the said :

and Dealers In Stavanger Charles Racine.to McK.Nor Oerting bk. \Vaage.& Co. 1526:! I ICURE"S realizing the undertone was steady. I corporation and upon commission for V I

LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SKINOLES Genoa to master LILJcRiJD others; receiving all of said articles -

AND KILN.DRIED SA?. Chacma, Norbit.. Jorgensen, 557, New Orleans New ,Orleans Nov. 30.-Cotton Futures. futures on consignment for storage sale or -:

--- ---- Fleet*ood to' oroer. -!' "ESTIllS opened steady D <'ember. 1096; Janu-'I shipment; issuing receipts thereforfor !?4
Hereford, A or bk, Jensen 1380 Rosario
to order. arj, 0.nodil.O:! ; February 110301105.March. hypothecation; chartering, load. .1 :

Just Received.Imported to HeimdaL order. Nor bk. Hensen. 1354. Hull TUilPEtt11 .or't Slay. 11. .26@11.27; June. April lf.33@ll 11.1311.15; July: ,. I TOP ,R'E WHISKEY ing and disbursing ships; building, ao'J'

Macaroni Sweet Oil. Cheeses 11.3S@11.40. quiring and operating lighters and .- f -j -
om llckles Sauer Kraut. :Mackerel Cod Humberto Span. bit. 1111 .Battle. Havana is aged in charred eastern warehouses flooded Y Ih SDDS1 ne.distilled from best Northern Tjt tug boats; buying and selling timber j -
Fish. PIg Feet. SpanIsh Onions. Pilot ; to order.ingebiorg York Futures. selected by a member of the firm and purest water from wells sunk hundreds of feet into oUlbmestoM. -
Rread. rrench Navy Bread. Everything Nor bk. Bid 1250:! East Lon- New York.New Nov 30-Cotton futures Goes to the heart,not to the Ioead.--Jr.r.//11 jw.." lands and other real estate; building : -- j

fre'h and new don Isabel to order Browne. Rus bk. LindauisL 123L:! opened firm. November offered 11. December Ferdinand Westheimer a Sons, duiauti.o..l.aImlle.ly: ,SL J..*k.B*. acquiring and operating mills and private j
Witch Hazel. $1.00 per gallon. !, Hull to master. 1040, January 1050, March, 1070. railroads not as common carrier 4I .1
Marine Grocery Company. Kink Oscar II: Nor bk. Johnson. 7S!. 4 s April offered 10.75, May. \.1080, June and doing all things incident to such -
V. J. VIDAL Manane-. I Rosario to A. Zelius. :'l<" 10.82 bid; July. 10.88. August offered 10.is. business or businesses. '

to Lilla.order.Nor bi: Aanonsen 1030. Santos :{. Grain and Provisions. ........................ ........... .............. 3. The amount of the capital stock f ; -
LJuis Uruguayan bk Lopez. 700 Havana Chicago hiov. 30.-The wbeat market I of the said corporation shall be thirty i
to order. to-day opened easy on continued realizing thousand ((130.00000) dollars divided 1' j,
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NOTICEThe Lysglint. Nor bl Hansen. 1332. Swakop- sales on the December option. There was -
into three hundred ((300)) shares of F
mund to :McK. Oertlng & Co. also considerable selling by commission I I
:Maria. Ger bit. French 1922:! Kings -- ------ houses in changing from December to I Witcher Zemurray &. Co. the par value of one hundred ($100.00) i '
Woolley Sanatorium the only initltute Lynn to master. :May. Argentine shipments were much dollars each to be paid for in lawful :
in the United States where the Marina :Had re. Ital bk, S'monetta! Real' Estate Transfers. smallet last week than usual and this money of the 'United States; 20 percent 4- j
146.&. Genoa to order. had-a steadying effect on the market '
Opium, Cocaine and Whiskey.habitstau Mecca Nor bk EUefsen. 995:i Hamburg Following Is a list of the real estate May wheat opened a shade lower to a of the par value of said shares j
Commission
be cured without exposure and< to A. ZeliusNegpore transfers recorded Saturday furnished by :hade higher at 18 to 78%, and sold at : Brokers. : shall be paid as they are issued and j -
with so much ease for the patient. Only Nor bk Ojerd en. 1128. East the Pensacola Abstract Co.: 11'.. Minneapolis., Duluth and Chicago the balance upon the call of the directors -
KO days' time required. Describe London to A. Zelius.Oinari. reported receipts of 1,054 cars against :
Ital u k. Costa Genoa to or- DEEDS. 7<0 cars one year ago. The arrivals today :'t 1'
your casa and I will write you aa Pensacola Development & Cons. Co., include those of yesterday. : Pensacola end New Orleans i 4. The said corporation shall! exist '
opinion as to what I can accomplish der.Ophelia.. Nor bk. Larsson. 1127 Bahia to Wm. B. Run>an-Lot 14. in block 115 The corn market was steady principally for the term of ninety-nine (99) years. :l I
Tor you. Ask your family physician Blanca to Gulf Transit Co. Reach Haven Tract-J35.00. on covering by shorts in the December tl 11! W. Intendencia. 820 Common. 1
5. The business of the
Pallas, Nor bk. Johnson. 1219. Plymouth Pensacola Pevelopment & Cons. Co., option. Unsettled weather. which is expected company .
to investigate Dr. B. M. Woo ley! 104 to A. Zelius to R. W. Little-Lot 8 in block 50, t* interfere with the movement shall be conducted by a president, a. r -
V. Pryor Street. Atlanta. Ga. Robert Sera ft on. Nor bk Morthensen to C. S. Ht"ard-Lot 10. in block 16. lot steadied the market so-newhat May i vice-president, a secretary and treasurer '4. J
6h4. Barbadoes to McKenzie Oerting & 9 Haven in block 74: lot 7 in block 78. Beach opened '- higher at 44 and sold at 43 74. : Cotton Stocks Grain Provisions, and a board of six directors who J
0.- Tract-$90. Local receipts were 101 cars.
Superb. Nor bK. Ullch 1934. Antwerp Pensacola Development? &. Cons. Co., The oats market was quiet and steady. : bought and sold on margin or for Investment. : shall be elected annually on the '
to A. Zelius & Co to C. t," Ht'ard-Lot IOu in block 16: lot May opened a shade lower to a shade second Tuesday in February of each t i -- ,
Schooners. 9. in block 74.; lot 7,. in block 78, Beach higher at 347s to 35, and for a time held x. year. Until the officers elected at the l
Clara E. lUndell Am scb 863. Caibar- Haven Tract.Pensacola within these ,figure3. .
NOTICEEffective len. Cuba to J. A. Merritt & Co. Dev element & Cons. Co., ,The provisions market was steady. t Out-of-Town, Orders Given Special Attention. first election shall be qualified, the ,
Doris Am sch Eastman; 310 Havanato to John C. Avery-Lot 15 In block 10!; lot January pork opened 2H lower at $14.52%. business of the company shall be con P
J. A. Merritt & Co. 8 In block 1<55, Beach Haven Tract$70.00.J. Lard was down a shade at $8.45. Ribs t ducted by W. B. Runyao. aa president, --
Donna Christina, Am sch, McLeod. 163 E. Williams to Julia C. Luce-Thewest were a shade lower to a shade higher at : Direct Private Wires. Telephone No. 1173. % C. R. :
W. F. Graves, as vice-president,
Belize to master. % of the south K of the south ft J7.75 to J7.77%. .
Domira.Br sen, Redfiie.. %001, St. Lucie of lot 4, Sec S3, Tp 2 N, R 30 W.-containIn Burgoyne as secretary and treasurer. 4 '
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to master. ? 19 acres. Also west 10 acres of the The best for the money-Jackson and W. B. Runyan C. Burgoyne, W. ? 4 8
Sunday Havana Freddie to Heucken master., Am sch Bryant 475 north i? of the south I* of lot 4, See 35'", Square Coffee. Put up in air tight :......................... ..........................: F. Graves, C. W. Lamar J J. McCa fl
Tp 2 S, R 30 \V, containing 10 acres being
Barkentmes west 1 Oacres of said north %-U-00 and 1, 2 and 4 pound tins. Absolutely kill and D. W. Burke aa directors. .. f I- t
Beatrice Ital bkth Marrben. Saiona to other considerations. guaranteed to .satisfy the. most fastidious 6. The highest amount of Indebted 1 i
master. j A G. Ward to \V. Y. Gordon-southeast taste liability to which the corporation 1 i
ness or
December 2nd 1906 badoes Thyra to Dan order tktn Rasmunsen' 260; Bar- ** of northeast U. See 11, Tp 5 N, R 32 _- 7- c.w. UHAR.PrtjWent JOHN PFEIFFER, IssistantCasitier.a can at any time subject Itself ,. I- .
west containing 40 acres.-$13.50. ,E.tLAIII.Vice.President and Cashier ..W. ANDREWS. AssUUat Cashijr .
Margaret Hoffman to \V. L. Hahn-Lots GOLDSMJTH'SDEBTS., shall be one hundred thousand ($100* .
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Are you fond of good coffee! Try 1 : P
and 2 block 80, New City Tract-$100 00 000.00) dollars. -
Jackson Square, the celebrated French and other good and valuable considera The Sale .t the Manuscript Copy THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK 7. The names and residences o\ :
tions.
Leaving time
of drip coffee Leading grocers have iL Richard Goldsb to Julia Luce-The The Vicar .( WaVefleld.." the subscribers to shares are. as fofc .1. : ,:

1, 2 and 4 pound air' tight tins. north, H of the south Vt of lot 6. in Sec Utter incapacity for managing his lows: I
: 11, Tp 2 S. R 31 W. containing 20 acres ::' VF FtNSMCQLA Ft* \V. B. Runyan of Fensacola, Flox 4f i
.00- and other own affairs i had brought "
Jl considerations. money poor
L.6N. THE COLD WATER ORDEAL. C. A. Brown to Julia C. Luce--The Goldsmith, not' for the first time to his Opera House Building. Ida who subscribes for fifty ((50( .:'I'r t
nest 1 Oacres of the north Vt of the south shares. ;: r r
Importaat Teat .t 54 of lot 4, bee 35, Tp 2 S. R 30 W. Also last penny, and his landlady to the DESIGNATED -DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. W. F. Graves, of DeFunlak t '
It Was Once aa tne west K of the south > of.lot 4, See (50\ ;
x subscribes tor fifty
mho
end of her stock of patience. It was in Florida t..,
Gnilt or Imnocenee. 35 Tp 2 S, R 30V', containing 10 acres-. 1
CAPITAL STOCK J2CO.C09. SURPLUS #0.000.
$1.0 Oand other considerations. shares. -
the : these circumstances ,that "The Vicarof
The cold water ordeal was one of to
C. R. Burgoyne of Pensacola Floe .f' .
Train No. 4 moat important tests of guilt or inno No Opium In*' Chamberlain's Cough I! Wakefield"..was sold to pay the unhappy DIRECTORS. Ida who subscribes for fifty ((501 -

cence a few hundred'years ago. If the Remedy. author's unpaid rent. Boswell Henry L, Covfngton Frank Reilly, F. E. Brawner, shares. I' J

accused floated, he was guilty; if he There is not the least danger in giving -' tells us that one morning in 1764 Dr. J. M. Pfeiffer, W. 8, Rosasco C. W. Lamar, C. W. Lamar of Pensacola Florida, ,4

will be 12:10 sank he was innocent In the twelfth Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to 'I. Johnson received an urgent message Br\an Duimody, T. F. McGourin J.R. Saunders, who subscribes .for fifty (60) shares, ': '1

p. m. century some; altar vessels were stolen small children as it contains no opiumor from Goldsmith begging he would A. M. A>ery. W. ". Milton. 0. E. Maura. J. J. McCaskill. of DeFuniaK '1 r

from the cathedral of Laon and the other harmful drug. It has an established -I' come to him as soon as possible!! as he W. L. Cawthon Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie OerllngA'cx Springs Florida who subscribes fo* 'it. r

instead of 11:55: a. m. learned Anselrn proposed: that a child reputation of more than xras in great distress. Johnson at once McGowin, C. M- Co vingt n, M. E. Clark.filcty fifty (50) shares, and '. .. ; .
I .
DeFuniak
of
from each'parish and.then a child from thirty years as the most successful sent him" a guinea and then went over iejtiilltus icr not ttJUP!, \3.tS sad ,J5JO lie yeir. Private apartment Florida D W. who Burke.subscribes for fifty (501 g,t 4' f
medicine in for colds and
use croup i to see' his friend. He found Goldsmith
-- each houselioia snouia DC put to me I in ccjmectcn for the convenience of customers. hares. :
whooping cough. It always cures and much excited and,in violent 1
test and so on until the guilty one was a passion Wm. B. RU YA.:1: :

The StormVe found. The proposition raised a great is Sold pleasant by all to druggists.take: Children like it because his landlady had arrested Mm Four percent interest Paid on Time Deposits. W. F. GRAVES. -:'! ; .

outcry and the people clamored that ,for his rent. "I perceived" says the C. R. BURGOYNE _.,.1 It.., i

those who had easiest access to the doctor, "that he had already changedmy \ a W. 1AMAR.J. ,;.t. ; t
New Orleans is celebrated for its i
church be the first to undergo the ordeaL guinea and had got a bottle'"of J. McCASKILL 't:t. ;
now have all of our coffee. Jackson Square is it.the coffee madeira and-a glass before him. 1'put D. W. BURKE. :.. ; eState
New Orleans. Try If not
from i I
reasonable enough. So the cork in the bottle desired he of Florida; Escambia countyn :
This looked ,
will refund its
storm-beaten docks work- satisfied your grocer Personally appeared before me J. f :
the six of would be calm and to talk to
ordered priests began
the bishop cost. "
ing, and are prepared to dock the cathedral to prepare for the test I him of the means by which he mightbe GET THE SAVING HABITSaving W.said Andrews state at notary large W.public B. Runyan in and for C. ---4 i, I f

vessel from 100 to 3,000 In the meanwhile Anselm thought to CAUGHT FINE GRAY FOX I extricated." Goldsmith then produced W. Lamar and C. R. Burgoyne known < !

any try the experiment himself as a pre NEAR JACKSON'S BRIDGE. the MS copy of "The Vicar of to me to be the Individuals described ij 1. .

tons on short notice. We liminary lest So he .was bound and I Wakefield" lying in his desk ready for and acknowledged: to me each for himself ,A, .'

placed in a tub of water.. To his great R. II Harvey and Jeff Lee, two colored the press. Johnson looked at it per- secures comfort. .Saving makes pru- that he signed the foregoing in : I ,' f
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elicit estimates from captains satisfaction as well as discomfort he men, hare in their possession a i ceived its merits and thereupon took it strument. -.4 1 J. '

and owners of vessels promptly sank. The day arrived and fine- : tray fox, which they have chained I to a bookseller named Newherry and dence the dominating characteristic. It secures Witness my hand and seal of office 1 ; :

crowd to see the at their home, corner Cevantes and {00 -I Gold. comfort drives away' and care this 12 day of November. A. D.. 1906. )! J' -
with It an immense I sold it to him for brought worry .
f
DeVilher streets. J. W. ANDREWS, : .
Signed) y
and (
requiring docking re- triaL The first priest sank the second smith the money," continues John..con."and and i '
and
They caught the fox near Jackson'sbridge I brings happiness Notary Public state of Florida. Mj? t "
pairs. floated the third sank the fourth floated Thanksgiving day after a he discharged his rent not with commission expires Feb. 24. 1909. J .'
the fifth sank and then Anselm his in high tone F.! i
chase of over four hours. I out rating landlady a : r
OLLINGER 8u BRUCE himself-wonder of wonders-In spiteof I for having used him so ill."-London PROTECTION FOR OLD AGE State of Florida; Walton county: "j 'i

experiments and protested innocence Escambia Lodge No 15, F. & A. M. Tit.Bits. Personally; appeared before me {
Regular communication of Es- L. Cawthon. a notary publlo .. !
floated around with the buoyancy of an Howard \
DRY DOCK COMPANY cambia Lodge No. 15 F. & .
said state at large W. -
air bubble., While he was serving his .A. M.. will be held :Monday Helping His PIsish."You'll Start the good work to-day by opening an in and for and D. W. Burke known '! ;. Ito
MOBILE ALA. sentence in prison Anselm found ,time c evening December 3rd, at find I'm hard to discourage" F. Graves
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7:30 clock. Visiting breth- : account with us to-day. One dollar startsan me to be the individuals described (. t
to write a learned treatise on the "In invited said the persistent suitor melodramatic -. .
fraternally each for him.
ren and acknowledged to me I .
,I expediency of the Water Ordeal and C. D. BEYER, w. MW. ally. "Some day I'll make you admit interest-bearing account. Start it with that he signed the foregoing In. ;
,
Cases." G DAILET Secretary love and then-and not till 1.self 1.
Its Failure In Many you me more if can. strument.Witness.
I :you j
QUALITY AND NO CREW NOTICE. *. then-I. will die happy." my hand and seal of office 'j ,
PREMIUMS. Knew the Game. Neither the Captain Ownersnor '"I'lI say it now" replied the heart this 12 day of November. A. D.. 190 ; I .

I who has consignees of the Spanish less "I don't mind telling a lie fora HOWARD L. CAWTHON, -
Mother ( been asked to suggest a Ida, wIll -be respon girl
a game for a rainy afternoon. : remip; contracted by I good end."-Philadelphia Ledger. Notary Public. My commission ex: .
the crew of said \.f"t 4jacksonSquare" Why don't you pretend yon are me? S. ARANO FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF ;-' r

And George can be daddy. Then you GULP TRANSIT CO. Captain More Than Foolish.He State of Florida; Walton county: t t I

might play at housekeeping. DaughterBut Consignee. -Do you think it would be foolish Personally appeared before me t 1 .i

mother. we've quarreled once' Joppa Lodge No. 6. I, O. O F. of me to marry woman who was mj PENSACOLA FLA. Howard L. Cawthon, a notary publlo

already.-Punch. Joppa Lodge No. ,. I. O O F.. meets Intellectual rafenor? She-I don't know and for said state at large. J. J. Ho ;.f'f I
every Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at be foolish but it wouldbe the United States. to be the Individual J (
Rafford Hall. Corner Baylen and Belmont that it would Designated Depositary Caskill, known to me ;
,Sts. Visiting brethren cordially im-Ited. a difficult thing for you to do. --- described and acknowledged i -
Pet Boar. C. L. SMITH X. G. I for himself that he signed the fore '
The nicest'pet the French forest affords I C. L. WILKINS. Secreta!'). W.: H. Kmmles! PresW ent.. W. K. Flyer, Jr.. VIce-PresMept and Cuhler. a
Oar Lanxaace.M. Cashier. W. N. Roberta. As 't CaaUer. going; instrument. i
BLEND t
(JAVA ) .W. Brent Ass
Thos.
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I It the marcasbin, or baby wild hand and seal of office! : "
De France-Yon wind up ze clockto Dlr"ton-lo C. Brent. W. A. Blount W. H. Knowlea, W. It ib-er.lr.. Witness my
boar. It is almost human in its cleverness A. IX 190 ;
make him go? English Tutor-Ex D. G Brent. this 12 day of November f ..f't t
UellxhU In funny pranks, has an HOWARD L. CAWTHON ti j .:
Roasted CoffeeThis eTII d'..' *.. f humor makes friends actly. M. De France-Zen what for Notary Public. My comisElon expire t i i
To make it
beesinessl
ox ,,: ama te.tf and even lends Itself SEND THE you wind up ze April 6. 1910. :J. t i

is one of the finest to mimic bunts playing the part stop? nov7-oaw-4w I t I t tIn

blends in the world. You en. of the% hunted' animaL Its antics are SOILED City of Pensacola Improvement BOndsDenominatiOn. Eacambla County Circuit Court, ;1'j !

joy \ew Orleans luxury for varied and originaL The only creature 1st. ioo. Maturinp State of Florid -In Chancery-James K.
Life In the Kennel. $1 000.00 each. Dated January' January 1st,
breakfast while drinking this toT which the marctssin objects is its THANKSGIVING swell 1936. Redeemable Jan. tat, 1926. interest Payable' Semi.Arinualiy. Harvey vs. Lizzie Ilarrey-Divorce. OB 'L.
offee only packed in 1, 2, The following story from WE OFFER FOR UTHKBWWWET TO PRIOR SALE Monday. the seventh day of January A. I
md 4 distant relative the pig.. Pirectly it known Devonshire clergyman shows I IN AMOUNTS, TO SUIT PURCHASER. 3. 1507.>> the defendant 1.I≤ Harvey 1* J' i
pound air tight C3BS.'We sees that animal Its back is and its regulred to appear to the bin filed against
,up LINENS how the lfe! in the kennel Is brightenedby her herein. This order to b* publishedonce ,1J,
guarantee every 'can growing tusk is bared. In babyhoodit play: "Some fifty years ago I was The Peoples Bank of Pensacola each week for four consecutive : .:::
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has a lovely sleek coat of'el'1 dark Garth's kennels when the weeks in The Pcnsacola: Journal a n.w> ;;
to
Mr. -
visiting in said Escambia brown and tan. When the silky hairis tunnel in the Pensacola. Fla paper published Circuit Court. .-
Importers Coffee Co. first whip showed me a A. M McMillan. Clerk By .; .
shed and bristles take its place the about six feet long which C. 0.HarUfleld. D. C Pensacola. TTaSov. .. i I-
ground
airing nov24oaw4w :4 i
%3. 1 oc.
temper grows uneven. If marital and hounds had dug themselves and
the
Limited. paternal dies come on' the wild boar The Star Steam utilized' as follows: They used to PROPOSALS will be received at the l'1'

New Orleans. oO puts away Us childish ways and wantsto choose one of themselves and start CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Bureau of Supplies and Account. Navy : '

take its family. to the forest to feed Laundry round the yard, they beingin THE Department Washington, D. Cnntfl 1ft .
him to run o'clock a. m.* December IS, 19ft. an* "; -
there on acorns aad beech mast. Woeto full pursuit: till he had enough. PENSACOLAA publicly opened ImmedIately thereafter -

the bound or tQ the, keeper who went.to ground in the tunnel to furnish tone planer at the navy yari. -
he
The Lewis Bear Co. wants toke.8P.him backIn the forest 37 E. Garden St. Phon 114 Then while another hound took his turn to General Banking Business nducted on a Safe and Conservative Pensacola.should Fla.refer Applications to Schedule 265.for Book proposals I

this paterfamilias may be called the be hunted and go to ground." This : Basis. proposalavUl be furnished upo'nappU- :.. i
Pensacola, Fla.DISTRIBUTERS.. Pensacola Fla. cation to the navy pay office. Pecsaoola.ria .
line defense the the second
first of sow is one way In which hounds train them- .Correspondence Solicited--R. M. Bushneil. ,Cashier. or to the Bor_tf. E. B- R4qsg -
and the little ones gambol round her.- .. selves.-T. F. Dale In Outing Magaiin parmuter-Geneza.r.: U. S.. N. _fl.13-4$ "
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f SOVEREIGN OfI9'CRSOi CITY nm i OF 1 Reefers,



I SWEATERS W. 0. W. ADDRESS MEETING Mufflers,


I I _______u___ HEAlTH IS AT Seasonable


... At Odd Fellows' Hall, Which SOUTHERN



I f FOR COLD RAW DAYS Was Very tended.Largely At- WORK Happiness SweatersHat


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f PHOGRE55 Shirts in Smart
SocietyTHE
AFTER THE SPEAKING LOCAL In An.Effort Protect, Citizens

ft' Our assortment comprises all CAMPS ENTERTAINED AT BAN- F- w. A .From Typhoid S'Fc> :m


that's good and stylish in QUET WHICH WAS ONE OF THE New Corporations Formedin Fever.The HABERDASHER.


e sweaters for boys', youths' andmen. ENJOYABLE FEATURES, OF THE Dixie During Week 222 S. Palafox.WANTED.
EVENING. City Board of Health assistedby

In all colors and combination Just Past. the medical fraternity of Pensaco -=
la, is endeavoring to take precautionsto
.
of colors. T. W. :Mitchell, Sovereign Managerfor ,protect citizens from typhoid fever
t Georgia and Florida, and B. W. Chattanooga enn 30.-Th especially where a case is found and !
Jewell, Sovereign Watchman of the Copyright 1906 is sending out Instructions as to the
Woodmen of the World, who arrivedin new Industries established in the t The House of Kuppenhelow proper manner of preventing the communication Everybody to Have Their
r Pensacola Thursday night from Savannah southern states during the week end-I iers.
1 of the to o
50c 75c $1.00 $1.25 i I germs Feet Treated and
were royally entertained,here attachedlist ,
ing today are shown by the Swell Overcoats.We Circulars giving instructions to the
yesterday by the two local camps of reported to The Tradesman use of a solution which will have the JV not limp around town Inckiie Daj,
that organization. through authentic channels.. The list have the roomy box style or desired effect have been printed and With corns on your toes and i
$1.50 and up to $3.50F Yesterday afternoon the visitors the slightly body-tracing overcoat are now being distributed by sanitary Halls; 1grnr.c
were given a trolley ride around the does,,not include the large number of warm yet light:in Most weight nobby officers That portion of the circular Bunions nose.Where on. your feet and warts On you
city shown the various points of small industries which in the aggre swagger stylish. any price
and up to- bearing upon this, and which is signedby can you go to find r'!po.e!
I j
interest gate are a very considerable Item In City Health Officer Pierpont, Is as You surely great ease win gain.
Last night in the Odd Fellows hall the progress of the south. A study of Twenty-Seven Dollars. follows: For Dr.pain.Herman removes t:;cm w: hat t

at the corner of Belmont and Baylen I the week's new investments will give "Put one teaspoonful (using a cheap

I ing streets a held largely by attended the two public local meet- a fair idea of the work being carried spoon which may afterwards be discarded Room 301. Brent Building.
was
f THE JOHN WHITE STORE campsof I ) of the solution labeled Bi-
; the order at which the two grand I forward in development of mineral ---=
Chloride of Mercury in an ordinarycup -
lodge officers made interesting-" addresses and timber interests the manufacture; of warm water and then pour Into
H. 0. ANSON I
I iI. I of cotton and diner textile products the vessel to be used by the patientto OPERA HOUSE
F. A.
Boghlch presided over 'the ,
: Specialists in Men's and Boys' Wear meeting and Introduced Sovereign the organization of,large development I catch the discharges.
I CASH CLOTHIER "Whenever the vessel Is used by
Mitchell as the first speaker. :Mr. companies and the diverse lines in t I
Phone 225 205.207 S. PALAFOX I the patient the discharges should be '
r Mitchell is the state manager for the which this section is being so strenu-I Corner Palafoi and Mala thoroughly mixed with the antiseptic ONE NIGHT_ ONLY
. woodmen and in a witty and entertaining -
ously exploited. It is an early winterof solution and allowed to remain in the
manner of his experiences -
gave some
i i aggression with indications of avery vessel at least half an hour. If there
during the twelve years that he
' has been a member of the order. He I busy season in which large Undertakings j' be sewer connection the yessel is then Saturday, November 1st
' discussed at length the financial will figure conspicuously. emptied into the bowl of the closet;
!: |
ELECTRIC AND
BAY SUPPLY COMPANY
but should there not be sewer connection The KFrke La Shelle Co.,
Submit
of the woodmen and aid
standing The Tradesman's list for the week'OAD
j W,'T. BEDWELL, PRES. AND MANAGER. that the order had more member ,- YEAR F FOR n then a hole two' or three feet
i Prepared to do all electrical repairing on short notice. Ring phone 670 and a one county In Florida to-day than AJ is as follows: deep should be dug In the yard as .
", PYircbentatiYe will call. W. T. Bldwell. President and Manager. 205 S. Baylen; had in the entire state five years ago. Alabama.Hillian's far away from any well as possible Dustin FarnumIn
" He said he had recently visited Tampa Store-$10,000 lumber mill. and the contents of the vessel .emptied -
Birmingham-46,000 lumber com therein and lightly covered with Owen Wliter's Famous
and had found there quite a num- Storycf
! i ber of agents of the old line Insurance -pany. COTTONTRADE earth. the West
companies. In a conversationwith Arkansas. "After the use of the hole Is discontinued

h wtect.WORKINGMEN Ii one of them he said the agent Gassville-Canning factory. it should be filled In.
told him that he was going: to try and Argenta-Gas plant. "After a vessel is emptied in this THVIR6IIAN
r find some other place where he could Little Rock-Typewriter, company. way, and cleansed, it should again receive -
I !Ii sell his old line insurance without being Winnerva-Lumber company. a cup of antiseptic solution to
New Orleans Supporting of
: worried with so many Woodmenwho Jonesboro-Lumber company. Exchange Re- I be in readiness for further use. Company Superior Ex
Collins land and lumber i cellence
$100,000
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had insurance in their own'order "Another solution of pi-chloride of
and the Sovereign :Manaeer said he company. ports the Worst Year in mercury should be kept, In a porcelain A PLAY THAT WINS ALL HEARTS
..i. frankly told him that he knew of but Pine. Bluff-Lumber and land com or crockery bowl (metals are;destroyed -

I one place where there were no woodmen pany.WynneConcrete Its History. by this chemical) for the purpose -
I Have you heard of "Hickory Calf and he was sure he did not wantto block factory. I of washing the hands of the Prices-SOe and '1.50.

*o there. Another insurance agentin Georgia I nurse or attendants which should be Curtain 8 o'clock sharp.BOOKS.
Tampa was braeeing about the Atlanta-$60.0000 mining company; done several times daily and is pre-
J the old genuine calf skin, tanned by a ii promptness with which his company, $50,000 wheel factory: mining p .By Associated Press. pared iy putting one teasponful of

naid death benefits and he said he told' company $30.000 leather com-I New Orleans Nov. 30.-The Cotton the bichloride solution in a quart of

I I which makes it him that he was in Atlanta when they: Augusta $100,000 fertilizer Exchange report issued today says: water.
: new process absolutely I were erecting the Candler building a 1 Lawrenceville-$10,000 guano factory -"This has been the worst year for the "Person' or animals should not be
few years ago; that he saw a man' allowed to drink either of these solutions ((
impervious to water and as soft and working on the nineteenth story who 1 Albany-Laundry. cotton business In New Orleans since as they are deadly poisons!
1- he knew was insured in the woodman: Cotumbus-BottUnl1: works the inauguration of the exchange 35 "In using the Chloride of Lime a
that while he was standing there he Sylvester-Telenhofle'systeni'' years ago. The cause is given as lump the size of an egg or two table-
pliable as a vici kid? We have at saw the fellow fall and knowing that Kentucky. largely due to abnormal conditionsand spoonfuls of the powder should be
he would be killed he quickly wrotea Louisville-$100. disasters also
check for his Insurance money and stone company.; $60,000 manufacturing diversion to other a similar manner to the bl I splendid l line of Shoes made of this centers. The receipts of American '
I as soon as the man hit the ground company gross of mercury. The receptacle contain- "Get out of the habit of reading books
stuck thp check In his Docket, This Casey Creek-Telephone system. cotton at New Orleans was fourteen ing the lime should be kept tightly written "

y| leather with genuine rock oak soles he said was tho quickest results he Brandenburg $500,000 cement and three-quarters per cent of the closed to prevent "slacking" of the years ago.
i had ver heard of in paying death works. crop as compared with lime and thus rendering it useless Do you'not spend more money ands; I benefits.Mr. 1 Clay. City=Canning factory; Ice fac twenty per less satisfaction than you did Then you
?] unlined to sell for $2.50 $2.75'and $31 Jewell followed Mr. Mitchell and' tory. cent the previous year." had the book-reading habit!

choke on the benefits to b" derived' Glasgow-Cement works. The report recommends the establishment EXONERATED IN In
books
reading good you are eon-
from membership in the Woodmen.Mr. Louisiana. of a direct wire system be-
I | pair. Come and let us show you. Jewell is a v'ry'nleasln sneaker Lake Charles-'$15..000' Implement' tween the New York and New Orleans CRIMINAL COURTGEORGE Ing tinning yourself.If your. education beside entertain-
and a very interesting character to company I'
exchanges to be owned
..aI all Woodmen as hf was one of the Amite Light and power company. Jointly by the you buy your books you accompli.
I originators and founders of the order. New Orleans-$20,000 engraving: exchanges. another good object You entertain and

WATSON PARKER & REESE J Last night he gave a short history of company; $100000 supply company. I C. STANFORD WAS TRIED educate your family.I .
COil the early days of the order and the Mississippi.
I I, Spartanburg-$10,000 development have over 4.000 book, covering the
strnersle it had before it was finally Kosclusko-$11000 canning factory. YESTERDAY AND ACQUIT
"EVERYTHING TO WEAR'I company. full range of English literatur."I'm
placed on a solid and fl"n foundation Meridian-$100.000 wagon factoryHattiesburg ,
Tennessee. Mother Goose (in wash goodto the
'n a financial wavefr.. JewpJl Is -S50.000 mill company. TED BY JURY.
:mm mm mi! works of Goethe with side-steps into wit.
.
r the chairman of tho Sovereign Finance Missouri. Chattanooga-$5,000 wood fiber
plaster The principal case before the Criminal humor and pathos by the best authorsOf
Committee of the mr an-l as St. Louis-$24000 hardware company company.

- ......................... surh oass! s anon every death claim ; $25,000 land company; 10.000' Xashvil1e-$20OOO land company presiding Court was yesterday that of George Judge C.Beggs Stanford this and other days.
! that is paid and has done/'so since the chemical company; equipment com- Johnson City-Lumber company. Bindings: Paper, cloth leather' and em-
order was founded He said the pany; $30.000 Investment company; Paint Rock-$10,000 flume and a young man who was charged bossed padded leather suitable for' gifts.
tr LET THE GAS COMPANY Woodmen in their sixteen years existence -, manufacturing companr transportation company. with embezzling goods to the amountof
I had paid t1I'ent.ftTe million Carthage-$15000 mining company. Bulls Gap-$5,000 canning factory. about $60 from the Anchor Supply -
i dollars in insurance; that to-day the: Joplln-MInei- $2*;.000 concrete Memphis$15,000 lumber and manufacturing Company, while he held the positionof
SHOVEL order has four million dollars in the company; $60000 mining company. ; company; $30,000 lumber local manager with that concern.
THE 1
I COALWhat's reserve fund and between five and six' $100000 minlne company. company. He was arrested some weeks ago in HARRY T. HOWLAND,
i hundred thousand dollars in cash in::1 Sedalia Water works.Springfield$50,000 Harriman-$20,000 lumber and minIng Tampa and came here for trial. The
a the beneficiary fund. The membership mining com: company. hearing of the case was started Manager, De Luna Book Store
__ the use !having your coal handled three or of the order he stated was about i pan,. Bnstol-$15.000 bottling works. Wednesday. afternoon and consider-
: four times before it to ? Let i six hundred thousand. I Webb City-Mines. Clinton-$5,000 bottling works. able testimony taken and was resumed De Luna St. Phone 1431.
gets grate or
your range ?Ir. Jewell discussed at length the Galena-Mines. Texas. yesterday morning when court recon-

i : us handle and deliver your fuel right into the grate : monument: feature of the order and' Kansas Citv-<>fl.000 land company: ,Denison-Gas vened after a holiday.C. .
said that the Woodmen of the Worldwas investment land company. M. Jones appeared for the defense
$50,000 company;
: or cookstove where it without Dallas
you can use effort. : the only fraternal order with this' company. -$10,000 manufacturing company and Solicitor Loftin conducted

.f 1 Simply turn a valve and strike a match. Pay for it : feature and that they' had placed fifteen North Carolina. Brownsville; $10,000 amusement company. the prosecution and the jury after
-$3,000
thousand of these monuments Morrisville ';OftO cotton mill. cotton. gin. being out about twenty minutes returned -
{ after using. Gas Range $13, Heater $3.25. _: throughout the United States J i .Tarboro-$50.000 land company. Algot-Canning factory. a verdict of not guilty, thus

t : About ten o'clock the speaking end.: Wadesboro-SKO; .000 land company. Amarillo-Building and loan com acquitting the young man of the TURKEYSHOW.

pd and the Woodmen renalr" to the, fUalev-$2"!>MA\ chair factorv.Bessemer pany. serious charge. _
t I Pensacola Gas Company banquet ball where a sumntuous feast Citv-Totton mill. Hallettsville, OO warehouse Mr. Stanford has a number of

: had been prepared for them. ; Gold Hill-. SI.MO.000 mining com company. friends in the city, who congratulated
r Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Sfr-ef. J Several other grand officers of the' Oklahoma. Happy-. $25,000 lumber and granite him yesterday upon his exoneration.

t_ eat-" " " '..NN"MNO N..N.Nr order were to have been with these' Guthrie'Wfl.000 building and loan company.KerrvilleConcrete block factory. .
entlemen here to-day but were called company $;O ono development com '
unexpectedly to X >w York 1*' Sa- panv t'OOOOO! investment comnanv.' Hamilton-$100,000 electric light $100 REWARD, $100.
l era vannah where they were visiting a Oklahoma City-SIMMO development plant. The readers of this paper will be Come and the fine
few Port Lavaca-$20,000 investmentcompany. pleased to learn that there is at least see
days ago. company; $500,000 investment one dreaded disease that science has
1 STAIN YOUR FLOORS FOR THE HOLIDAYS company. been able to cure in all its stages, and and
and turkeys
Houston-Building
Causes of Insanity. Carnegie-$25,000 oil and .gas com- navigation that is Catarrh. Halls Catarrh Cure is inspect my
company; $50009 building and transportation the only positive cure now known to the
; Everyone is fixing up the home now to present In England, where everything that Is pa n v. .*. company; 10,000 land company medical fraternity Catarrh being a con- up-to-date market and
excessive in a great civilization is to Coalsate: -Water works. stitutional disease requires a constitutional -
a the best appearance for the festal Holiday sea- be found, mental alienation is very frequent South. Carolina. ; $20,000 medicine factory; manufacturing treatment. Halls Catarrh Cure Is .

t, son. Anyone can apply Stag Wood Stains. Many especial causes contribute Marion-?son to this such as 111 assorted marriages -$10000 lumber company. thereby ddestrorintr the foundation of thdisease
t durable and pany; $100.000 steamship and import and giving the
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which engender hereditary insanity ing J.
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t ors. $1.75 a gallon.Saunders ; hazardous and desperate speculations Virginia. nature in doing its work. The

the frequency of commercial j I Bartonville=-Grain elevator. curative proprietors powers have that so they much offer faith One in Hun-Its corner Government and

crises, the Increasing fluctuations .of Norfolk-$999,000 manufacturing dred Dollars for any case that It falls
Streets.
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: Mill Company political life the laziness Peculiar to 'I WE WISH company; $50,000 brick works; $20- to cure bend for list of testimonials. Baylen
Address F. J. CIIKIs"EY & CO., Toledo,
I the abuse of fermented 000 quarrying company; $50,000 development
the
{ Phone 717. 21 East.Cardan Strati. rich liquors YOU Ohio Phone 343.
and, lastly the immense number of re-, company. Sold by an Druggists 7c.
GOOD Stuarts Draft-$30,000 iron com- Take lUls Family Pills for constipa
.. li ious sects.-London Hospital.So
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HEALTH Lynchburg-$15,000 laundry.
t, .***t.1NNN.NNNNNINNN.i+..+++....+..+....++. He Heard. I THROUGHOUTTHE Portsmouth-Ice factory. KNOWLES BROS.

'f wonder if there be any industries East Falls Church-$ >>.OOU land and )--n b LwnllXJ Insurance.FIRE .
t % lou might as well get one right carried on in heaven inquired the loan company.
today because sooner or later i. town ignoramus."I've HOLIDAY Petersburg-Development company 5 CAFE LIFE ACCIDENT: MARINE-

J you're bound to be a'"Kodaker. f- allers heerd as how matchesare I Ocoxjuan-$50,000) stone and lumber General Agents cf

." It's the greatest + made there. was the guarded answer SEASON. company. The EquitableLIFE

T fun out_ : of,the local sage.-Louisville Con- PURE Gate City-$10,000 machine shops. i NONPAREIL !! OF NEW
4 $1.00 up tot .. rier-J oumal. FOODS-. Alexandria-$75,000>> manufacturing ASSURANCE SOCIETY
?35. +1 company YORK.
: .. : THE KIND WE Lexington-Canning factory. ; 303 South Palafox: Street
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factory. -

iK.OI: : > .A.K.i: : "1 think." said the: reporter "that the SELL-- 'Roanoke-$:>0,000) development company Open 7a., m., 'to 9- p. m._ 5I
public would like to know how you MAKE FOR ; $50,000 Ice'and cold storage CO
THE LUMBER
managed to live to such a great age." plant: $50,000 land company OUR SPECIALTIES i CYPRESS
In long By perseverance" replied the cen GOOD HEALTH. Graham-$25,000 investment. com
t T winter evin. i pany. Dinner. 12 to APALACHICOLA, FLA.
+ Ings flashlightsare tenarian. Jest kept on livin'."-. 2 JO, 50 nuts.Men': *
a : i. Philadelphia Ledger. West Virginia. 5 Theatre Partl.., regular board. )Manufacturer(; of
the thing. :Anybody and Meal Ticket.
'- can take them. It's Sol Cahn & Co Parkersburg-$2.000.000 cement jl en ;fii
A Dlpot.The company. ..
easy We Instruct you. Get a PHONE J530. Cypress Shingles.
- Kodak to-day. Learn to take Child-Mother which had rI better i Th._Pur Food Stor.. Cha.rleston-GOO.OOO gas company eIf.
pictures : Bluefleld-$25,000 coal = The neatest cleanest and but
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do, to school In the rain and company
< and I go get I l place in town in which to ..
amuse yourself. blltllwu'Cuss Palates n4 Uttfnci Point Pleasant-$25.000 manufacturing get your ill & r 4" x J8-
soaking wet and catch cold meals.
probably to
GEM BOOK STORE. PHONE 230. company. %- x S" x 18"
1[- and die or just simply getan absent_I Phon.s \480Ce Grafton$ OOOO coal and coke come Come agalo.once; we will trust you to am
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mark against my name!-Sxcha&gft, pan com' ba Cypress Tanks of all: Descrip.mat:
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