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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 2, 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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PENSACOLA FLORIDA. SUNDAY MORNING DECEMBER 2. 1906.' .
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l lORE MEN ARE NEEDED AT NOT RESPONSIBLE. FOR SENATOR MALLORY TALI3'ONDDIMPROVEMENTS .. .J !iItl''



COAST FORTIFICATIONS .


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fort Pickens of No : EVERY CONFIDENCEIN Operator? Mattox, Through MIDSHIPMEN Much Impressed With His .

THE PRESIDENT.By ARE

Value Because Not > Brother Makes Statement Recent Trip Up the Ca- <
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Washington Dec. 1.-The AGAIN .''. I loosahatchee River. It !I

Manned. :.< Associated to Press speak was to-day for the authorized Regarding Wreck. .: VICTORS

Japanese
> embassy as follows: -

Senator Mallory and Party <>>. that Japan President has every Roosevelt confidence will Claims He Acted Under Or- ,Defeat West Point, Cadets in Annual Football Game-on tI Believes Congress Will Az. t-1, I

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Visit the Fort and Witness J adjust school the controversy Japanese-California In a man- ders in Allowing Train Franklin .:Field by .Decisive'Score of 10 to 0. f' : sistinWorkocprevent.. :

ner satisfactory to each nation. ing Floods.IMPROVEMENTS .
Drill. \> Feeling this confidence 37 in the Block. I
Daily Japan .
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By Associated Press. half ....
> has was an entirely different prop :
ceased to be -
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agitated
4. situation. overthe Philadelphia, Dec 1.-In a brilliant ,osition. i.. +

game the Annapolis inidshipmen today Despite the absence of President THAT MAY BE t ?
ATERESTING INFORMATION RELATIVE .' DOES NOT FEEL THAT HE IS TO Rooseveilt and the secretaries of war '
defeated the West Point cadetsin and the navy it seemed as though the f .V.I. ;. MADE AT FERNANDINA, BIS. r ,
TO FORTIFICATION THAT BLAME AND SAYS HE HAS the annual football game by a score capitol of the nation had been transferred -
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of 10 to 0 from placement and CAYNE BAY AND ST. ANDREW .
CUARDS THE MADE NO EFFORT TO AVOID -a goal to the Franklin field. The I
ENTRANCE TO
CREEK STOREIS touchdown and a.goaL); president's family was represented by ; -WILL DO ALL POSSIBLE FOR '
PENSACOLA HARBOR-MEN ARE ARREST-PRESIDENT OF M. J. This is the fifth victory for the mid- his sons and Miss Ethel. High officials f .. I

& K. C. PAYS TRIBUTE TO dies, in contests between the two Institutions of the army and navy were GRAVING DOCK AT PENSACOLA Tf :
POORLY PAID FOR HIGHLYI and it is the second time among the spectators. : -
SPENCER'S MEMORY. that West Point: failed to score. OUTLOOK FOR LEGISLATION. ::41'! t
TECHNICAL SERVICES. Twenty-five thousand spectators wit Harvard 1, Columbia 0. .

R ROBBED 8Y nessed the game of 'which the final New York, Dec. 1 Harvard defeated SENATOR S. R. MALLORY. It U
By Associated Pr SI. outcome was uncertain until the end. Columbia College In the foot- Senator S. R. Mallory left for Washington -
Lynchburg, Dec. 1.-L. D. Mattox, first minutes the ball to-lay, the score being: '
rOt the purpose of familiarizing In the thirty navy game last night to be present when j
;;:rsdf as much as possible with the brother of G. D. Mattox, the operator I was on the defensive but in the second I Harvard 1, Columbia 0. the second session of the Fifty-ninth .

l<'t.1l of the coast defense and partic.ly who was in charge of the block signal congress convenes at noon on.Monday. '' .
so in view of the effort which NEGRO station at Ragoon, on the Southern C COLLECTIONS OF F He was seen just ,before his depar- 4. .
Railway, and who is charged
E. be made during the coming sestea with being responsible for Thursday's I PROSECUTION RESTSIN ture by a representative of The Jour- i
of congress to secure authority nal and talked interestingly of his j
wreck called his brotherat
to-day on
tr an addition of 5000 men to the I recent trip through the Caloosa- tJi. 4 f
I a boarding house within a mile of
oast artillery forces Senator S. R hatchee river valley to Lake Okee-
allory[ yesterday visited the' bat- Steve Tabarras Again the the Ragoon office, who declared he I THE PEONAGECASELast CITY TAXES chobee and of the needs of various -f '
i had been there since tha wreck. L. .
'ries at Fort Pickens and wit- I ports which he has visited. In connection 4 I
D. :Mattox out the following
to-night

essed the regular daily gun drill by Victim of a Bold Negro statement: gave with his trip and possible leg.
he artillery stationed there. islation by Congress Mr. Mallory said: -
It has been only of recent date that "My brother was on duty on the I made by defense to quash the case, "About three weeks ago I went ..
!he new rule, permitting visitors at Thief. night of Nov. 28 and can prove he of the Witnesses for the i but this was overruled. Court then LARGE I down to Ft. :Myers at the Invitation of
did leave the I
not to sleep nor
go
'le forts without the necessity of se office fortwo- minuhe'Then train I I adjourned until Monday morning. the Board of Trade of that place In,. .f 5
turing permission from the secretary I I Government Examined During the session of yesterday the I company with Congressman Spar .J ,
thirty-three approached he let it into il
of war, went into effect, and consequently Steve Tabarras, a Greek, who keeps the block under-instruction. He witnesses testified to practically the I man and made a trip from Ft Myers'l
citizens may now visit any a combination fruit and oyster standat can Before I same as in the previous case, and no to Lake Okeechobee by way of the ,4- j
witnesses that he tried Adjournment.AND .
of? the coast defenses by permission of the corner of Garden and DeVIllier I prove three times by to get the operator at I new facts were brought to light. The Over Fifty Thousand Dollars Caloosahatchee river. Both Mr. Spark .
!h e commanding officers. This makes streets, was again robbed last night. cross examination by Judge ,Reevesof man and myself were very greatly
it possible for a public official or foiD.T The robbery occurred shortly after 7 Lawyers to notify him of the ap each witness was very rigid but Since October I impressed with the possibilities for development 4' '
of number thirty but Collected -
proach three
responsible citizen to visit a govrnnient -o'clock and at a time when numerous MONDAY MORNING THE DE. even with this nothing additional was In the country along the ,
could not from Lawyers
get a
fort without the necessity persons were upon the streets. response brought out. river. ,
for bringing into play all of the red The party who robbed the Greek He has a card to show that. FENSE WILL I INTRODUCE AN When the government closed it was 15th. To Prevent Overflows.l-- -:*- r--- I
he got the block card for train ihlrlyseen.
ape which, until the new order"was was a negro and he secured the sum ARRAY OF 'WITNESSES, WITH early in the afternoon, but It was d-- "The purpose of our visit to Lake J I
issued; made it next to impossible for of $17.50. The negro went into the 'The tht I cided not to begin on other witnesses, Okeechobee was to secure data as to 4
day operator can
anyone not connected with the army store and took his seat at the oyster he found brother duty prove when' PROBABILITY OF: CONCLUDING before Monday. morning, and the The collection of city taxes was the possibility of preventing the otfer- : ,. .
visit or inspect a government work counter where he proceeded to eat my on o'clock, I twelve Jurymen.will therefore remainas never better than this year accord- flows of the river which from time to \ I '
he reported at to -
ot this kind. about two dozen oysters After finish- him. He did seven not run away after relieve ., CASE DURING THE WEEK. guests of United States Marshal ing to the statements of City Tax Col- time do great damage to the orange J '., j \\l i .

Witnessed Gun Drill. Ing his oysters he paid the Greek evidently the accident does not feel that he is MeGourin and his deputies, and to lector Whiting, who had a rush of groves along its banks. We came to lf I
Senator Mallory was accompanied in order to see where the to blame and has made no effort to ;day will be given some recreation. business during the latter portion of I the conclusion that if a scheme ol/ i I
', President :Mayes and Secretary I change would come from and then avoid arrest" After the examiiiation in the It is not believed that the wit.: November and especially on the last leveeing for some miles along the river

feses of the Chamber of Commerce.I[asked for the privilege of using the Mattox flays his brother did not United States court :yesterday of a nesses for the defense wyi be as. day of the month. I' was resorted to, as a means of keep- \ *j
T 3. Marshall T. F. McGourin, and telephone which was in the rear of know that oScers searching for number of wltnesses In the case of large in number as those for the. Up to Friday night the collectionshad ing the waters of Lake: Okeechobee > a-fl
tt:;; I). G. Brent, and the party the store. He went to the telephone him. Local officials were of the Southern I W S Harlan, et al, on the chargG prosecution and "consequently it is I reached in the neighborhoodfofl j from' overflowing into the river and' ri
rat t some two hours at the various! and vas in conversation DistrIct 'thus flooding it, the work would have
apparently have been notified -where j of eousoirscto.. coivr' :?.v)9oca (.. anticipated that the case will come I $50,000. This 4
Operator
tow in connection with the Fort wlthsome one until the Greek became Mattox be- found Attorney ,bhevta" anaoancetl to a'conclusion daring the middle of taken'-fn since Octobe/ lath, when to be done by the state as Congress ,
Mens! batteries.The engaged in serving another customer i can f that the government would! rest its the week or Thursday at the latest!' I taxes first became due and probably 'rarely authorizes leveeing to be done '

men were seen In their regular when the negro pulled the cash : TRIBUTE TO MEMORY |case reserving the right to Introduce With few exceptions the same witnesses exceeds the amount collected in any for the purpose of preventing. over. -' 4
ran drill The big 12-inch disappearIng drawer from the counter and stepping II OF SAMUEL SPENCER !witnesses rebuttal of that offered will be used by the defense as I,similar! period in the history of the flows. ).
| gun, with their smaller compan- out the door fled.Another. by the defense. A motion was then In the previous case. I "We also came to the conclusion )'{ (r
;faa and the heavy mortars were all Robbery. I Mobile. Dec. President Bird '-1.1 I I I city.The fact that the city allows a discount -that Congress could assist and would '., t i '
rat through th, process of loading..1 I Another robbery of a similar natur I Robinson. of the Mobile, Jackson and i iI | I to those who settle their In- assist the state by constructing a lock t- l
<.imlnlt and firin?. (Simply drill has been reported but not confirmed Kansas City Railway has given orders ,debtedness to the city soon after in such a levee to permit transit from ,
fartndees were used, no shots being bv the officers. In this case it was I.I to stop all trains'and
firM I The monster guns are all Mrs. Conlyn, a white lady, who con of every character for five minutes the large amount collected, and also and to let off the surplus waters when ,, .
onwated by interchangeable hand or'ducts a store at the corner of Cevallos beginning at 2 p. m.. Sunday, Wash-I the fact that the general prosperityof accumulated in the lake. We are also >
'IPetrie l power and they rise from and Gadsden streets. It was reportedthat ington time, as a tribute to the 'memory NEARLY TWO MILLIONS the city Is such that the cititzens hopeful of being able to get action by ;:'I"'I"the .
t their
Lpay sand fortifications, swing into Thursday of a sack of coin. the Southern Railway who was f discount. and deepening of the river above Fort
('{> and are lowered again from I 1 killed in a wreck on Thursday morn-' During November a discount of 1% Myers and to deepening the river be- '1 "

ww! of the enemy with the noise- I ing. the total valuation of shipments per cent was allowed on taxes paid low Fort :Myers to its mouth, and at' .

Ms ease;: and rapidity of a leopard FOUR KILLED IN During the Month of November -reached 51,788 230, a big Increaseover but with the closing of that month the bar near Punta Rassa. :j. r
l>'arlngfrom! ambush upon its prey MANY TELEGRAMS OFSYMPATHY the month previous, while the came a smaller discount and during "The tnp was a pleasant one to t' .

?nl then retiring immediately into RECEIVED I While the Imports imports also showed an increase In this month- only 1, per cent will be me and very Instructive and the ho the R. COLLISIONBy l and kindness of .
impenetrable shadows of its for. R. Washington, Dec_ 1.-The family of valuation; reaching about $100,000_ given. the people > j t
t1 rrtrf>al whom we met wasmost gntifyingly !
}Ir, Spencer and officials of the Reached $100,000. During the month twenty-nine vessels I cordial. J i' .. S
Guns Cannot Be Used. Associated P-es Southern Railway are receiving great entered port, twenty-four from O. r. r
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A portion of these guns, however, Vergenns. Dec. 2.-Four women numbers of telegrams from this coun- -- foreign and five from domestic ports. At Apalachicola. .:. '
fannot: be used because although!: were killed or burned 'to death in a try and Europe. Among thp sendp- while twenty-four vessels took out CIRCUIT COURT "I also visited Aplalachicola on my ;t 1". .
'
fJE'rf' way back and found the people of that : ,I I
are MONTH WAS A GOOD ONE IN i
more men proportionately fire which followed a collision on the are ambassador Mr-formS/a- A. j clearance papers, seventeen for foreign .. j
et t city very much Interested in securing -t.
Ib"fiE' forts than almost of the'rnntry's and for domestic :
any Rutland Railroad and 'twelve others Cassat. R. T. Lincoln. StuyvesantFish seven: ports. /
) coast defenses, there are I I were seriously injured. Among the R. C. Clowery E. H. Harriman SHIPPING CIRCLES; ALTHOUGH The total number of entries of merchandise deep water In their channel from the .J t

qil, not enough; to serve all of the I latter were members of the Drury George J. Gould,, Mayors of cities and LUMBER AND TIMBER SHIPMENTS at Jhe port was 14, a great the city to what is known as West Pass. j ;! t

:un, here or to even keep them from I Opera Co.. negro musician boards of trade' and other commercial I amount of -which, was subject to TO C CONVENE N bay.westerly At a meeting entrance of to the Apalachicola Board of -.", t J

raiting/ Several of these monster A gravel train ran into a car of thepasst'nger. bodies. WERE NOT HEAVY. duty. Trade of Apalachicola the matter was 11.i i
'panons which cost the government Shipments to Foreign Countries.
threw two coaches downa
S7'f.1II1i1 I I presented fully in all its aspects, and !] '
with aldltionat'IO.OOb '
an ) for steep embankment and fire started Shipments to foreign countries and '
mnU.ment, or a total of $130000-/ from overturned stoves There were GREAT OVATION I The month of November was a their valuations were as follows: I am impressed with the importance J
pub 4re now lying unused covered heroic rescues by the crew and !I Belgium.. .. .. .... ... ..$ 20,460 MONOn and necessity of securing tbe deepwater ''J"r j j
"'* (hick srease to protect them many townspeople. I good one in shipping circles to judge France\ .. .,. .. .. .... ..' .. 14,525 wished for by that place. The l -
from) the "weather useless from any TO MADAM PATTIBy from the value of the shipments made 1 Germany .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 169,000 completion of the projected railroad 7 -

rnctlcal: standpoint, and represent to foreign ports, ami while lumber! Italy. .. .. .... .... .T61,643 to Aplacticola in the near future, con ''i' .
'las ;in absolute waste of money, OF TNE11ACUINISTS and timber was not shipped to any,Netherlands I .. .. .... .. .. 28,237 necting it with Quincy and other t:
''imply becausewhile the goverr- SIDE Associated Press. great extent other articles more than Spain .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 10.968 points, will make the argument in ; f \
*ent has esprit the money to install London Dec. 1.-Madani Patti. after made up for what was lacking. Cot:(I United Kingdom .. .. -:.. .. 739.004: 'Judge Carter is to Preside, favor of the desired action by Con- ;;'1

'Vm, It hag not provided for Piiffi: achieving repeated triumphs in ton formed one of the principle itemsof Argentine .. .. .. .. .. .. 30C27JBrazil gress stronger than It has been here. ( ,

,i'nt men to Serve or operate them more classic number hu aiternooo. export and this greatly increased.I .' .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 43,578IUruguay and Civil Docket Is a tofore. ,F ;
even In a time of profound peace chose for her farewell to London audiences the valuation for the month- 1 I .. '.' -. o. .. .. .. 79,1 S "These two projects and the project t .5''
The Rifle By Associated Press. *"Home Sweet Home" and i ,* One. of Improving the Inner harbor of Fer. ,t., '
Finders. According to reports compiled yesterday Heavy .
One of the most interesting I :Washington, Dec. 1.-D. J. Conlin, "Comin.? Thro' the Rye." Their rendition by.the custom house officials. I Total .;'.u .$1,7S8,230 ? nandina. with some additional work $ : t
*p1'' as highly imnortant features as arbitrator for the International Ma- brought the vast audience to Ion the outer bar-at that port together .: ,;.
%, const: defence is the raniro findins: of chinists Union in the wage controveisy its feet in an ovation to the famous I The circuit court is to convene In I II the construction of a south jetty ';"i'1
sniiratus! In fact this is with the Southern Railway, today "artiste. The cheering continued for, Post Pensacola Monday morning whit Judg/ at what is known as the Norris Cut '1:
:.,nortant as the guns themsehes.Mi-ry be-Pg made the presentation of his side more than half an hour. Madam Pa** Case of Helen Wiltnans i iI I Francis D Carter presiding, and it is I entrance to DIscayne Bay and the .

r111"i -' without a means of find'nstr before Judge George Gray acting as repeated a verse of the latter' song ,anticipated that the term will be quite Improvement of the entrance to St it
rn,'" or location of the object to be-I I umpire, at Wilmington DeL Presen-, as an encore. I a lengthy one. Andrews bay are all matters of ur. .t
fo"1 at the guns would be useless tat ion was made yesterday by A. P. Has Been Finally Settled,I The capital cases to be investigatedby gent importance and will claim the .-

J'"pi'' who have pone down the hat- Thorn, acting as arbitrator for the I the grand jury number only two active efforts of the senators and representatives
\"' have seen the several little II Southern. It is not expected that the NO MUTINY ONTENNESSEE or three and the work"of that body in Congress from Florida ,
Flu: houses stationed at intervals arbitrators will meet, but that each By Associated Press. tory rheumatism of which she can I along this line will nut be extensive. at tbe next session.
5on! : the outer beach of Santa Rosa will file a brief with Judge Gray. who Jacksonville, Dee. 1.-The case of not cure herself, paid five hundred The civil docket, however Is heavy "There are other matters of river .
.
Tdnd! and many have wondered what I will render his final decision by January Helen "Wlliams Post the alleged mental dollars fine promised to'stop using'many important cases being on thedocket and harbor Improvement of great importance
thr'\' wro for. Those houses contain 15.iGUILTY. the United States mails for her mental to be. disposed of during the which will also occupy our ,
yi*' Mriou: apparati for locating the I I By Associated Press healer of Sea Breeze which hasbeen healing, and was sentenced to term. attention and enlist our efforts, but

1st;'m,". "n<> the movement of a ves7 Washington, Dec. 1.:-Reports of alleged six years in the United States thirty days imprisonment, which was The Criminal Court- I[ mention these particularly because .
\1 at s. .1.i There are eieht of them! OF MURDER mutiny on the battleship court ended to-<<1ay. suspended. The criminal court adjourned yes- I am more familiar with the conditions i?
:; () \'th"r--two sets with four in I nessee which served as an Ten-I I Mrs. Post filed an affidavit that she .I Mrs. Post Is sevE'nty-fit'e years old terday afternoon after completing the at these places than with the -

a'h !!PI-anlt i each of the latter is I IM IOiw IN SECOND the president on his Panama was suffering from acute inflamma- and Is broken in health. business on the docket, and a number others.\ :-I.4
l h !. \ Yards from its counterpart DECREE were to-day officially pronounced I of' sentences were passed. The I Legislation."I .
b the first' four. There are there- out foundation and unjust to the officers term of this court was a short one, the do not anticipate any very Important :

nrp.' _four sets of ran finders-or By Associated and men of the Tennessee. ACTORS RESISTSAN SAILED TO MEETSOLDIER I docket being light and a majority of general legislation at this session -'
on, for Press. for petty offenses. i because the time is so short and j
being
wch Each the cases
tnn battery. set is in Roanoke: )E'e. 1.-Mrs. Herriet ;matters of great national important .-.
: electrical and telephonic Moulter charged with the murder of ATTACHMENTONE LOVERMISS i will probably not secure sufficient j
t'\tnm1Jnit'i.Uon with each other andthe her husband, whom she killed at Pulaskl
":Ih CASH BAILBy :time to be thoroughly discussed. 1
En battery and having locatedn.nn's ,. Va., in a quarrel several weeis ALEMAN PREDICTS I Therefore I do not think there will .;.
shin, its location is Im- was to-day found of Press. !
tt ago guilty mur- Associated be any such general attention attracted .7
1t"ij11'1
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filth.' thi telephoned the battery'I I der In the second degree and sen- San Francisco, Dec. 1.-Chief of MAN KILLED, TWO FATALLY I[ McCORD RELEASED FROM DISORDER IN.CADA to Congressional proceedings this f
!gun is trained according to I tenced to eighteen years in prison. It :Police Jeremiah Dinan, who was ar: !winter as during the proceedings of -
Ti,:raue. iril.' I alleged that Moulter abused his :1.rested on the charge of perjury, has WOUNDED AND ONE BADLY PRISON pN HABEAS I the last session. As far as the southis -
i, l xation of an object Is. found,lis and was threatening to strike I been released on two thousand five By Associated Press. concerned the river and harbor bill 1
.
ftr-de.: "" .mj, of the oH princiole of the(her when she seized a revolver and hundred dollars cash bail furnishedby INJURED AT QUINCY.By CORPUS.By Havana Dec. 1.-General Aleman,I:is probably the most important to the !r.
:
r:J? The distance between the shot him dead. The defense was in- an indemnity company. moderate governor of Santa Clara material Interests of our people. It t
'n'
I ," finders-2.000 yard;-renres"i --sanity. Associated Press. province to-day tendered his resignation -i I is to be regretted that it was not '
the base of the trianffle., The I PEARY CALLS Dec. 1.-In placing an attachment Press.New to Governor :Magoon declaring'acted upon at the last session because
:tase I. of the lines st.nUnefrom thi i BEEL IS NOW CHAMPIONOF Quincy on the theatrical baggageof 1 Orleans _Dec. "1.-:Miss GraceMcCord it was impossible for him to continue ; there would have been abundant l
md < THE UNITED ON PRESIDENTBy of Bayard. Iowa, who was arrested the policy of reinstating liberal officials '
cro;sin STATES I
1- ::: the obiect at s'=*" I show at Lagrange Ma, last I time to give it consideration without -.; ; '
4etrmine4 by instruments in thfrtte"6 I a Constable Rosea Duvall was charged with forgery on Thurs ousted by the moderates last year. risk of having it talked to death as t'
' a-p By Associated Pr night I '
finrl<>M, th. ss AssoriateC Pres released on habeas COrpDS'todu He says the elements now demanding 4
ob1PCt belv' of1 New Orleans. Dec 1.-Fred Beel, Washington, Dec. 1.CommanJerRobert shot and instantly killed Constab i'day was happened not may years ago In the ? f
at the and called for Havana to meet office are identical with those guiltyof '
Mint whore the IinfgM \l actor named : t' "
an I that
the Rohan and senate. am hopeful however
of Wisconsin to-night won wrest.
!. With Peary the returned arctic exolorer I James and assassinations in
the
these lover.John Combs, of outrages
! given figures the Stuart fatally wounded and her soldier those who were responsible for that :44 .'
of the United
, !!: nco to ling championship called on the president by-appointment Orion the 1903 and predicts thier to
thp C'ros'inl the I shot Eleventh cavalry a telegram from restoration .
point or Millard. an actor. throughthe unfortunate and mistaken actiof -
"' States from Frank Gotch In':1: three tc-dar. Walter Wellman. Roy I very
103 of of will result in disor
the vessel is ascertained The two actorsit Des Moines police said the charge power grievous *
fall bouL Gotch won the first and who will attempt to reach the pole by body and arm. 4 ;
wrong ders. (Continued en Page Two.)
was
the forgery
( is alleged, began shooting.
Continued on Page Eight.) Beel the last two falls. airship ,was also present

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more good than any other. I ,

i It. is the only medicine of there are any good things to be had, we invariably manage to get them. We havem

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which can truly be said v: ?_ I secured the exclusive -agency'for the Dunlap and Packard Shoes. The ,Dunlap


i 100 DOSES ONE DOLLAR :"' J\;: Shoe in all leathers for $5.00. The Packard Shoe for $4.00-in Patent Leather

"f : for $3.50. ,In Vici, Gun Metal and Box Calf. The profits on these'goods are small ;

we depend on large sales for our share--the customer gets the benefit. ,
You'll BeSorry

f : ; :.. Shoes are not the only good things we have.MEN'S '

'j ;" ;{ !f SHIRTS. "Griffin: Brand," the best in the land, for $1.OO.' .

t hed detached cuffs for'SOc.We .
The "Princess" Shirt, with atta or -


... r ,: lead'the pace in'Men's Underwear : Glastenburg_Wool. $2, and $3 per suit,

I': If you fail to examine our, can't be beat. Cooper's 'Darby Rib, 2 per suit ; fleece-lined, 75cl and 1 per suit.


f stock before making your .,- I GLQVES, dressed and, undressed:: kid, from Updegraff. Working Gloves fromF.

purchases ofPERFUMES '
t P. Sargent. There are none better. .
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'j too numerous to mention such as Hosiery, Suspenders, Neckwear, Overgaiters, etc.WM. .

F. We have all the .leading i. ,

i makes, imported and domestic '-

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MR. BEN DUNHAM AND HIS COMPANY OF ACRO 3ATS. .

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Last Night's Play. I I JI JI

The good kind by the \\hen Owen Wister wrote the now Jt I I e II 5___ __ .! v i"E; :_rn _

It' celebrated story which made him famous .i I ,, __ ___ _
I ounce. Also package goods. : almost in a night the dedicatory ------ --- -- --=
page bore the following unique t I -- -- : :n now 'Commodore' Cromwell Gibbons SENATOR
f Cologne, Toilet Waters inscription: "To Theodore Roosevelt.f I of Jacksonville. There are many MALLORYON

; Sachet Powders, etc. Captivating Some of these pages' : you have- seen. $.- ;11 & THE WEEK IN POLITICS & III voters in the state who think that IMPROVEMENTSContinued
some 7on hav praised, one stands I --t ,'Governor' Gibbons would sound better
odors at surprisingly new-written because you blamed it; I k t however." It'is hardly probablethat ( From First Page)
and all, my dear cntic, beg leave to. I the happy genial goodnaturedand
'low prices. Phone 4 3.Vhitl11an's remind yoa bf their, author's! :change I ,__ I whole-souled Gibbons will try' have realized how little glory or bene
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t \gents \ Candies. less It 'admiration.is not strange" that a man who II T" % The Palatka_ :Times: ,Herald, in a recent -Governor of Florida, who being duly to well be to governor.enter such He fierce enjoys contest life too' will fit there be deterred was in their from performance repeating it.and

f could write such a book should be an I issue, says: "If reports are to be lI prodded= deposes and says that he : a as "There may be a number of important
that
fhe admirer of Theodore Roosevelt, nor : : believedVest Florida will not be "didn't know it was loaded"-N.B.- one will prove to be. ;I measures introduced but I
r Crystal Pharmacy. is it. strange. that the latter should I 54SsS lacking in the number of its gubernatorial -At last accounts Will Ellis has not Syd..Carter. I doubt very much whether any of them
find in this graphic 'story of "the candidates in 1908." It is true I been heard from. He seems to have When the drainage campaign was S will secure final action by Congress
horseman of the plains" much to both I two citizens in this part of the state, been lost'in that Gadsden country first:launched SycL Carter of. Gaines-which, as you know, will adjourn on
interest and admire. It is a most. f I hue been prominently discussed by shuffle." ville was opposed to'the measure.i I'March third next and thereby t!>rml-
COFEE truthful and vivid story of a day that $5 't"1t }{ the press for this position but it is Gilchrist. Later on during the campaign he was J'!nate the existence of the Fifty.ninth
f Is past' a type that is gone, and as i I hardly: probable' that more than one: The Palatka' Times-Herald thinks elected a member of the legislaturefrom i t I I Congress. .
r- suc it must be classed with other I I will be in the race. It is West that Gilchrist is sure to be in the race Alachua county and at once announced 'I I I "What can be done' towards ecni!
ri ; historical novels bf American development -:I I 'Ida's time' to 'name the governor Flor'I' for governor-and say: thathe would be a candidate i ing a graving dock for Pen-xicola s!:'
ALLEN'S FAMOUS BLEND. most of which deal with i she will not jeopardize her "Gen Albert Gilchrist is securing for the speakershlp of the House.:''deep water to our quarantine I sill
earlier though no less imuortant or aA placing two men in the field. the lists of registered voters in the Some time after this he "flopped" on :i endeavor to do and while my exprtience

J history.remarkable periods of our country's I 4- t- -l'. '4tt's"t Sparkmart's Handicap.The I I various counties of the state. This i the drainage question and since that'!I! in legislative bodies has uugtt!
EVERY CUP'S A CUP OF JOY." ; -,' ,,ft : Tallahassee. takes the position means that the mail clerks, will be': time little has been heard abaut his me to be somewhat conservative o
"The Virginian" was: present in I 'I in regard to Sparkman's probable, kept busy in the course of time?* I desire to wield the gavel In the next: cherishing pessimistic news, I ai.
dramatic: form to the people of Pen- for the United States : House. Mr. Carter Is hopeful of success in both of the maters :-
candidacy a able
V Few of the Few Who Use ( Sen-j I I Some of the editors are a little tar I very man
and sacola last with just referred to.
night Dustin
Far-
ate that as the Congressman: is now J!:dy, in expressing their thanks for the and would make an admirable speaker
Recommend
It. mon in the title role. It the book f the ranking member the rivers and\ I and it is hard to where honest
on pineapples of the see an
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\: general but all
andy Kitchen Kompany, t they
City. was strong the is I
play ,
.,i'kp.tle No. :J, City. those who have seen' something equally so. To of'I! harbors committee e..of the House (and I I are hind in their praises of the pines I change of mind on a great public question A BEGGAR OF KHIVA.

Cafe OsooU Nonpareil Club. Cit l.'it.).. frontier life In the great west it is aj I! : r'k be in case the chairman of a derodcratic tof this victory would -and the general. The Lake City In-f' could. If affect the advocates his usefulness of drainage in thisposition. He \\-.. SoUy and a Thl.K .( Skrefe
important des
Y. M. says: I
C. A. Cit:, staae i picture truthfully and -power-J( : 1 and Patehe
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,Klrmdjke CaC... City. fully drawn of conditions as then ex I committee') that'lie owes, it to the "General Gilchrist ,handed us.out,',control the next House Mr. Carter will,
Oafe tUnal. Cit-. isted In the early da's-a time anti i ecple of Florida to remain'in his at the state fair last.week, a pineapple i.'doubtlessreceive 'their support TnGainesville In an open square.where the dost pan
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John II.Bell.JIuio elty.: City. a place: where as the author says In' present position and not 'force the I weighing six pounds. All the news- [ Sun in speaking of the recent forbade sight or breath I directed: mr.
U VillL'i.. City. order to eet along. whether, it was state to be deprived'of,representation I paper men were remembered by the criticisms of Mr. Carter, says: steps toward the source of a ftrobbic:
: Gus II F.KitZf-n. City. cow-punching card playing;: drinking on this most, important committee.I gentleman from DeSoto.! "It is not unlikely that at least one roll that ceaselessly wove Itself with
Mrs. H eHrous.Tate. City.lr. Na\y! TarJ. whiskey or stealing cattle you had to The Sun thinks that Sparkman is due I And the White Springs Herald says: of those newspaper men who criti the noise of voices and the pattering of
}' 'alkt'r"lm!". )[ont omE'r)'. Ala. I do the thing well.) this much to.the'people of Florida for I 'Gen. Gilchrist of, DeSoto county cised Judge Sjd L. Carter's advocacy unshod feet of beasts. As I neared tt
Air.\!rS.Joe Jas. F Hart. Athens., Ga. i The house was almost crowded lastinisht i Miss Leslie Leigh, as | the fa\'Ors-tJ\ have' eonerred on him presented each editor at the Stat of the drainage amendment will regret the noise became detached from tte
C. J. O rtinp.Grant Citj.C C"j.-. and the audience seemed to.I in "The Isle of Spice."Peggy Brady, 'In the past" to. Fair last Thursday with a large pine it before the next legislature ad- hubbub, a distinct and individual thing
: McK. Oertrn. City. and evidently did, enjoy the play. That this question will prove a I apple. Ours weighed seven pounds." I F journs. The judge is a hard fighter, which insistently claimed attention sri
J.Pilots W.,Coons Navy Cilj.Yard.J. 'The'opera house management has I ---rsupported---- ----.-__, handicap to the Tampa. statesman if Attorney-General Ellis. and has never been known" to turn the made the. very motes in the air dac*
D RwHla.ll. Citj put Into effect the new rule suggested by a strong company of our I he should decide, to contest for Mal-i One* of the most enthusiastic Ellis']other cheek. He is true as steel to, to time. Under a willow tree by tti .
Bentto Caro, ('it). t by The Journal a few days best local talentMr. lory's seat in the senate there is little(men in the state a few years ago'I his friends and simply because he advocated i water ditch that defined the square fat
Walter Langford. City. requiring peoplf to be in their ngo-I Dunham is doubt. If he Governor Broward's
the to
only man living were defeat Mallory when the Gadsden pet
candi- ,
man
was
a bent old
Tb(() Ingraham. City..trio. when the curtain rises a man, unbelievably raggedSo
Cblltns. Cur.Albert or to to-day who accomplishes the daring Florida would loose two members from I date for Attorney-General was the scheme is no evidence that he'believesthe that
tho torn his kbalats
until the were :
Riera. City. rear act is concluded! !i act of baring with one bar 'a swing themost important committee In the!' editor, of the Palatka Times-KeraldI I Ii governor- Is right, In some ,other many
Joe Roth. Citv. The rule worked very well last nizht,and turning two somersets in the air national legislature so far as this i and now the Palatka:: editor matters. He has no string tied te'i they did not seem like constructed garments '
Mrs. Little W. a. Ta.\lor.Garfi..Id.lIss City.. and from.to those who like to see a wlayl"between the bars This. dangerousact state is concerned, for Senator Mallory -forth and says that when Ellis comes shies him and will advocate what he believes f at all. but strings of tatters ECJ
the ,beginning: uninterrupted byj:; is 0 tags collected and hung on hi* fat,
what
James Seholls. City the secured Mr. Dunham his holds a place on the same com his castor.into the political arena l for the best interests of the
Airs. Ella J ttoekinger. City. going and coming of people who j reputation as a bar performer.Mr. mittee in the senate, a candidate for as t'ropl weak body. His head was bent on hu
the
7 Dr. Thos. Mitchell, City. ought to ',know J>etter, it was a position of governor
very:
* I i breast and his half closed
wore
Dunham has traveled all Albert of eyes
Win. Warren Cit>'. gratifying improvement, j over Jennings. many those now spolfn of
And others too numerous to mention.I 'I this country, playing In some of the State Fairs aip drawing cards for will. take to the tall timbers. ':*.ere TfercrMIisea It. I,On his'stomach was a wooden bowi
I!IIi Ben Dunham. finest houses. In orderto give the I possible gubernatorial candidates.l lis no doubt but that the attorney-gen -Teacher Who discovered America? with a skin drum head stretched aero-
, The feature of the show season will J j 1 colored people an opportunity of see- I Gilchrist made such a hit with his eral will make a strong candidate: Small Bov-pnnno. Teacher-Why, 1 it, and on this drum head he beat m
-;" WEST FLORIDA be on Dec. 10, when the public will jm? him Mr. Dunham has arrangedwith pineapples that {he echo4 reached as should he enter the race but there are, supposed 'erery' bOY' in school knew cessantly with his knuckles and hf
again have an opportunity ot seeing the local management to give far as Pensacola and down went other good sprinters In the state. i that Sm n &y-T didn't know that It fist. The motion was so automatic ant
.:; STEAM BAKERY Mr. Ben Dunham and wife and Fer- the'the entire general admission seats In I Jennings. It is not known 1.11"1 II I I The Live Oak Democrat notes that: j j was Irat. I t[ deadly regular in its recurrent change
them
I balcony to for which the
rid, the world's greatest bar performers the Pensacola gentleman went to Tam!i I "The, suggestion of the Democrat | that it seemed almost as if be WPt
'0 N. McK. ,in some of their many new acts, prices will be 25, 50 and 75 cents. iI I pa on personal or political business !that the suspended industry of trot High Charge I I I clockwork figure set at the edge; of u..

Oerting, Prop. _h ________ ____I "Isle of Spice." I but he was given the glad hand there tlng out candidates for governor be "Electricity in the atmosphere affects busy market to record the passage of
r- SOLE HANDLERS FOR CITY. 'h I and he had nothing to attract attention resumed now that drainage was out your system," said the doctor. time. I flung some copper on ItS
I Phone 242. No. 8 South Palafox St. ,A CHRISTMAS DINNER "The Is.e of Spice" with company to him except his broad smile of the way has been adopt<1. Th9 "Yes" said the patient who bad paid brass begging tray by his:side and wi".t
How a Dyspeptic School Ma'am Pre intact and all ,the .scenic costume, me- and his hearty nandshake. Jenningsis name of Attorney-General Ellis has '2 guineas for two visits. "There are off, unconsciously adjusting my *t,- Ito
pared and Ate One.A I chanical and electrical the' effects that popular in Tampa. as he i i' throu V been added to the robust lit of prom- times when one- feels oTerchl1 ed.- his beating. He made th' mi 11
HICKS'CAPUD1NE Christmas went to make great success of out the state and those editors who inent Floridians each of whom would
dinner means "good London Tit-Bits. t barter !
and the "nmatseem
the long run recently ,brought to a make 'an ** driving of laden
cheer" to air but the who can'tget made his acquaintance while at the elegant governor. ,II
person j
close at the Majestic Theatre New I| vap'd' and futile, and oy: bit of
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4 Fair have been in Just what effect ,
it,or can't eat it after it's got. say ? some very ore-1 the vote on the rc
York: City will be seen at the opera about cent Generally speakf -. yep are perfectly charity sickened me. It was t* If I
I J A joung lady school teacher had ty things him. Tile following is drainage measure will have on
! house Friday Dec.. 7, the safe flora lightning! anywhere within had happened along and patted SeTs-
& t\\ CURES I dyspepsia so bad that her stomach from the Ft. Myers Breeze: chances of the attorney general,
t h' ,I Things out of the ordinary are "The I twenty feet of,a properly insulated tes on the back.-Langdon Warner mi
.: I was of little more use to her than a I "Since the election the papers are 1 or whether it will affect him at all is
F. ALL ACHES worn out shoe! Her Christmas dinner I Broomstick" Witches, ,"Mercenary" beginning to bring out candidates fort hard to ,tell just now. Some lightning conductor., i I i Century.
Mary Ann "Peggy Bra.dy, ;and "The papers
If Aacl Nel'Y01lSa- stoiy is good and United in the
Goo Goo Man." and those who Iik3d j governor States senator.It state are making much over
11 I TrUlWU lie Aa n&lied "Teaching In the Rural Districtsfor musical comedy. for its froth spice. is apparent. so far that no name the fact that Gadsden county tho :& -- -.-----. -.-- --. ----- lu years compelled me to board in has been mentioned for that home of Ellis
governor gave a tremendous
lightness acd melody, will_be charmed. II majority ___ '
-. -i-------- homes where I was served with poorly I( has met the \ against % _
general
----- No attraction ha been better equipped approval more the lII -a ure. In this
f cooked food and 'cold lunches. Asa with scenery, costumes, electric !!than the name of T A. Jennings, of connection the Jacksonville! Floridian ,
result' it seemed my stomach was effects and all that goes to.pleasa ,the Pensacola." .1 I.1I says:. |
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out I I Are You
completely worn could WorriedAbout
only retain I eye and ear while feminine loveliness -I The Jacksonville Floridian' takesthe : "Attorney-General Ellis had'quite a
the most delicate food and that I I runs rio in the ''Isle.., of SpICe." following shot at the Pensacola nice little boomlet planted to toe gu

had to be eaten ,slowly and in a reclining I'The piece has.,record runs in Chicago, manIa regard.to" his Tampa interview bern toria1 gardenrJ my, my! Dida't; the 'unhealthY condition of stomach: Liver,
position. Vomiting in the Boston and New Yorfc, : 'it get'a 'soxdollsger: : ia his,own county ._.Si Kidneys or Bow els?..If so!' you're your only mak, ir: matters'1.Intr.ci.
night was a frequent occurrence, and I ,...- "Andnow Honorable I ot'Gadsdenr : worse, and boslt i there is no need to. rem.u'such a
the T. .
medicine had no effect as it would always -I TIic I2arth' Inddra. Albert comes i It is just; possible the ? Ia.t4 condition. Just !get. a bOttle of
Jennngs-'generally
be ejected. Severe heart,spells acknowlt t attorneygeneral ;; 1iTTERJ
Is the earth made up of three con- edged administrative candidate f did not take an active interest in
and female trouble made their
1'r": \ ance. appear I centrjc spheres? A physician Rays that rj the fight there, cr anywhere in the Ij Hostetter'sStomach

"Ten dajs.before Christmas, I sa'd' such is the case.' The solid nucleus us state for that matter. The Jacksonville -
/ 'I think I'm doing my last, day's supposes to be between: ::, work: miles in diameter and this Is surrounded C';" Gadsden county went against the

"My landlord said be would get a 'I'l bya: liquid substratum outside of v. amendment It says:
box of Grape-Nuts. I replied 'if it is which Is the crust, variously estImate I Hc I Iyq "It 12 aid that evCongrPsatnaa; R ti "-' from your druggist to-dar and give it a fiir chin e '
Let us sell you a half as good as we read it may: do c a of I3zlg: entire d-geatHe and robi .5
such system and make strong
me a little good. en overwhelmiag you
More than two centuries similartheory. majority be- ,
BABCOCK ago a bJIt:: ing given rti again. Our S3 years record of cures is our guarantee.
ORCOLUMBIA c
: "This precious food was brought Including the slow rotation of 1 against the constitutional Thus, it presents and cures Nausea. Biliousness
L BUGGY home. I ate and retainea It. It was I the inner solid sphere oa different drainage amendment thus again, ,. s' :i'c.,_.__ Dyspepsia. Indigestion and Costiveness,
strengthening from the very first demonstrating himself Cramps. Poor Appetite, Belching. Heart
a leader of his
: with Ball Bearing Axles, fully "On Christmas day I prepared and axis from that of the entire globe was was not all "smooth sa1l1n i I people.. i'1 1, 1ct1-d burn, Malarial Fever, Colds and Chills.
: guaranteed. ate roasted chicken. mashed potatoes I held I by Dr. Edmund Ilalley to account I Boxham. '. .1 It Is also a mild and safe medicine for delicate
sauer-kraut and cranberry pie. for the changes in the earth's magnet Jack did some "tall figuring" before f About this time next year if the*I et'1 I females. Try sa bottle to-day. Avoid substltuten.

ReasonReduces'Draft "I am not exaggerating my improve- ism. The axis of the nucleus was he could see his ray clear to succeed good health of William '
D. Bloihaml
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t ment one iota. Grape-Nuts must thought to have been originally that of continues, an ::::! ""' -
announcement
I from him ---"!
I OneHalfCome have the credit for I hadn't taken a the entire globe: and to the change of Vulcanite roofing the SUbernatcrial I -
in and talk It over with U50rgJt. drop of medicine. I can now eat just its course was attributed the deluge. 1 t prove!L quite Interesting. question The will " ""." '.'''''''..''''''''''''''''.+.$:

what I wish have firm muscles. but I The earth's internal heat it is now : tt f vute' S:1n.h'as. the following GaInes! :,: .
always have I lack came to the rescue to say In'regard
{ IdniJ Grape-Nuts on the tableI pointed out nay be accounted for by plans i to the rumor that Bioxham : SURPLUS SUPPLY I :
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should
call it medicine and food as it always docs when t :
the friction othe'-di eient rotating biabouse rnay become a candidate for third' reacrieS
I rapidly put up in getting the same well.box. My heart is bodies its merits are known, .I|term as governor: a I ''i ELBERTAANDCARMEN :

S so, of course, Jack'shouse "And now it is
Intimated
"I know of that :
one case besides ex- :
that of a three year,old child myself of .': L .-: was a success. Governor for Bloxham may be a candidate ': in two to three-feet stock at 5 cents each. Klomh" 'p, .

almost a blue complexion and flabby Somewhere.tFanlon Yours will be.too,if governor In 1968. He has -never :: and Lady Thomson 'j
THE BIG STORE. muscles. Dy the use of Grape-Nuts : me madame. I think 1 use Vulcanite been defeated for nomination- to Strawberry Plants at $2.5O 1er i
Palafox and Intendencfa. he Have teen you somewhere." yoa which he aspired and : thousand.
changed to
a rosy- heeked boy full oould he be :1 +
the cheapest good
of vitality. Grape-Nuts cannot be "Very likely. I go there very often candidate he would be a hard man to :: All otherstock in Write for h-i
praised too much." Name given by -Le Sourire.If roofinj ever cade.Tor 1 de1eat The people or florida 'love proportion. price :
w'lTiH iT.
Postum Co., Battle Creek. Mich. Read sale! right herein : ? and "OUld delight to :: at once. Address :
.. the famous. little book. "The Road to thou love learntes thee thalt b a town now by honor again.
\Vellville" in pkgs. I jgamed.-Soer.lta .I' 1 Cromwell Gibbons. f C. R. LONG Andalusia Ala.t :
Nurseryman .
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We have been preparing for months for this great Holiday Season. and are now ready to show our patrons-the greatest .. ;


collection of useful and practical articles,, unrivalled in variety, and beyond all question, ',


THE GREATEST BARGAIN OFFERINGS OF THE ,SEASON.

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Bargains In Ladies' Tailor Suits. In ,
Bargains Waists and Skirts. it {I 1


Bargains In Silks and Dress Goods. 11Vi


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We are determined to double ,our holiday businessthis, season, and all are especially invited to come and see how we f


purpose doing it The following array of tempting bargains 'will go on sale at 8 o'clock Y F


Monday morning, and it will pay you to be: on hand early : __ i-

J 1 $
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1500 Dolls 1-3 Less Than Value. i
Sample at .
From 8 to 9 o'clock. ;
From 8 to 9 o'clock. ,

Ask to see DOROTHY, the DOLL QUEEN. This handsome doll, ,beautifully I' f

Ladles 50c Percale and Mad dressed in light blue Japanese silk with lace and pearl trimmings, WILL BE GIVEN From 8 to 9 o'clock 1

25c. AWAY ON CHRISTMAS EVE to the fortunate little girl holding the winning number I lot .39c
Corduroy' and Kid
ras Waists . . . ., 1 0 1. .
in the Doll competition. Belts . . . . C. ,

All our little girl friends are especially invited to meet QUEEN DOROTHY and I lot 25c Dressed Dolls . .
40c and 50c Dressed Dolls
,her army of doll babies now on display in our Holiday Department. ;; I lot 15c Amber or Shell ; '
39c Corset Covers and
Mad25c 1 lot 19c and:25c Dressed dolls to go in this sale for lOc. Back Combs 25c Hair eac h 1
ras Drawers, only ,
50c Dolls to go at 25c., brushes all to goat. . t

See wonderful bargains in Dolls at 39c 49c 75c 98c to $2.95. i'
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BARGAINS IN WAISTS. BARGAINS IN COATS. BARGAINS IN SUITS. SPECIAL SILK BARGAINS. Special Dress Goods Bargains. Special Miscellaneous Bargains ;

CO Sample Waists made of mercerized $500 Tourist Coats in gray or $15.00 Gray Plaid Jacket Suits, Ladies'and Misses 36.in. Pagoda Taffeta Silks all 15c Cashmere and Persian Cotton Boys Madras and, Percale ShirtWaists j 1.' J
[ Poplin in blue green br Worsted Velvet black velvet' collar; and buttons, colors regular, quality special ChallIes, special for.. .. .. ..84 worth 39c and 50c to s ; ,
and white worth $1.00 each collar cuffs and piping and buttons jacket' lined plaited skirt Read 'to-Wear Hats for.. ,j .. .., ._ .. .. .. ..59c. 38-inch. New Dane Mohair Suit close out a broken lot we say .15c. p I
j .. .. .. .. .. .. '.. 69c.. for -:Monday, only .. ....$2.95 special for Monday .. .. .. ..$795 ings in cream black or blue, 1
rspecial ; $16.50 Ladies Tailor Suits in man- less than half 36-in. Black Imperial Taffeta 50 dozen Ladies' '
Jl. gW at .. worth 40, special for .. .. .. ..29c. Jeweled Back I ;
made stylishly with fine tucks $9.00 Black Light Weight Kersy nish Coat or short Jacket .t" Silk ILSSLvalue,,for: Uo.. .,- ..98c. 65c New Mannish Tweed SuitCombs., 50c value special for ..25c.
and pearl buttons, in white or Jacket with velvet collar also styles !in Panama or unfinished pries.On Bargains ,in new. stylish Plaid ings ..' .. .. .. '.. H .. .. .49c. 4. .
black special for. .. .. ..$1.19 !in tan'special Monday. u ..$5.95 worsted in gray, blue or black Silk at .. ....49ci 89c,_98c &.$1.19 One lot of Imported Tweed lOc extra wide Torchon Lace Inserting i .'
S".50 Mercerized Pongee Waists special for Monday .. .. ..$1330 Monday morning, we Fancy Suitings worth up $and special. .. .. .. u ..5c.: .
$1000 Tourist Coats in gray or One lot of 50c quality neat style i
$20.00 Cloth Suits In blue or black
buttonhole embroidered and will close oct the balance yard agents sample) pieces
plaid with black velvet piping .. .. ...350.Per $100 10-4 Blankets, special pal r,$6.90
Dress for
a great bargain In black stylishly made with braid and 1 Sllks..spedal at.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..69c. t
tuckhlt at $1.49 and collar..and.. .cuffs. .. ,.special. .. .. for. buttons also stylish green and of cur 6 big! purchase' of Best 50c Velveteens for Shirt 25c double width Ombre Plaid 75c Fleeced Outing Petticoats or 4 ,
Monday .fp90
$300 BlackTucked Embroidered a d' gray mixtures jackets satin Sample Hats regardless ofWaists, in all colors, special ..39c. Suitings choice styles for.. .,.18c. Black Satteen special .. ..49c.
Batiste Waists special $2.39 12.50 Covert Box Coat self lined, a special bargain Worsted tS'.i.::15.90cost., See the bargain lots 75c Boulevard Corduroy for $1.50 Broad Cloth colorsblack and Mill Ends of 6c and 7c Calicoes ,
Cloth and
$350 Black Taffeta Waists, strapped with braid and but. $2500 Waists special. .... .. .. .59c. all the popular e to go at .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..35r4c. j
brown, blue, .
J3.50 Black Taffeta Silk Waists .$ .95 beautifully men at 49c., 95c, SI.39 and per yard .. .. .. ..$1.19
,
sneclal} .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$2.59 tons castor only special or. '" or-, black, jackets lined with $2 90 each b Your .
$aTaffeta Silk Waists beautl$15.00 Black Kersy Coats stitched Skinner satin velvet andbargain braid ) New Plaid Belts New Jeweled Belts New Leather Belts New Beaded New
blc'" ,
Bags '
trimming, areat at $17 50 if matchthemmore
fully trimmed in tucks folds and satin piping, special .. ..$10.90 a a )you can t .

buttons, special, in .black. .. ..white.. ..and..$3.95 $9.00 Rainproof Coats-, oxford $30 brown'00 French or black Cloth, very Suits handsome, In bulue at double the p price Handkerchief_ and Glove Boxes, New Jeweled Back Combs, all at Special Bargain ."' .' '.

feso Plaid Taffeta Silk Waists. only strapped and braided a ly made trimmed in braid and t
js jsnavy
stylishly made a bargain at ..$4.69 special bargain for.. .. ....$6.95 buttons a great bargain at ..24.90' 1 Prices. : t



10 to II o'clock Monday. j 100 Pairs Sample Curtains I 3 to 5 'o'clock, Monday. .

75c Madras or Percale

$5.00 Ladies Rain Coats, Ox- CO A Q in Cluny and Renaissand, Strictly new and correct style, to go for less than regular Waists for one hour > 25 G. ,

ford only, for one hour. 0 0 iT u prices.. Be sure to see them before they are picked over. Very special bargains at 50c Belts in Corduroy or Kid, ;

Only one to each customer. $3.95, $4.69, and $5.90 per pair. speClal.. I 'i.: s_


Tourist $1.00 10-( Blankets to go now j f
Oxford
COLLECTION OF SNAPPY Ladies Brown or . ,
A
Coats velvet and braid trim per pair' 69c. .'I'J.I J.
WM JACKMAN & SON'S FUR Blakts.; nw"
i S, worth $5.00to now $1.19 lox going f
BARGAINS FOR MONDAY.i.: .. .. .- .. .::0.. $3.95 HUNDREDS OF OTHER BARGAINS at, a pair .k.. .. .. .. ;;I .89c t} J ;

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special Monday .Cloth.. .. ..45c. $10.00, choice of entire line for $6.90 $150 Long Black Silk Gloves) togo I !
Ladles' $2.00 Thibet Skirts 75c Percale Chambray Satteen NOW ON SALE.TMannon&Co. 160, samples in Fur Stoles, per pair, for .. ... .. .. ..$1.19 'ir 4, (
in black or navy a great bar and Madras Waists, in Ifyhite. $1.2a Long Black Silk Gloves to_
gain at .. .. .. .... .. .. ..$1.39 Gray black or, blue to go now. go per pair for .. .. .. .. .98c. t 2 ,
Gray Fancy Tweed Skirts viorthJJ.50. at .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. ..49c Collarettes Cravats Per- Ladies 75c Flannelette Gowns a.q.
good sjtle for .. .. ..$1.95 White Lawn Waists lace ; '
$125 special value for .. .. ., .59c.: "fplain 1 )
I U.OO.Gray Fancy Tweed and special .. ... .. .. ..98c.
One of Muslin Underwear
andWhite case r.
ins -.
Panama Skirts black Lawn Waists beautifully -
$ .
or navy a great bargain for ..$2.93 made, serial .? .. .. ..$1.19 clines, Scarfs, etc., at oneSamples to go as follows -! '1. ",
?5c Muslin Gowns Drawers : I
$x00 Gray Overplalt Tweed f 2.00 White Lawn Waists newest 1
Skirts, to go at .. .. .. .,$3.95 styles, special. .... .. ....$169 Shirts and Corset Covers at ..49c. _,' i''
L ; third under value. Prices 39c Muslin Corset Covers and ,
One Lot Children's $-.OO Coats -- Drawers to at .. .. .. .. .25c. .
go ; ;
to go at .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.25 '
200 airarrive of find Swiss Curtains to $125 and $1.39:: Gowns, Corset
One Lot of Children's $250 and in two or three days togo range from 69c. ,to $14.90 Corset Cover Drawers and
$3.00 Jackets from several sale at 69c, 79c, & 95c. pairlines Skirts in Several styles to F
to go at .. .. .. .. ..$1.95 on .- close out these samples) for....93e. a ; #
One Lot of Misses New Tourist each. Several Samples garments In ;
feats, all late styles. worth 100 bundles of best :Manchester fine Skirts Drawers, and Gowns t s
$:>00, $600 and $650 choice Flannelettes and Percales.,go at about 1.3 under value.
tor this sale .. .. .. .. .. ..$3.95 on Monday per pound for.. ..35c.
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King Oscar II, which is celebrated in MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE 72 ALEX LISCHKOFF CARD OF_THANKS

TURTON &SINCE. BELL.PHCIOGRAPHERS 1 1870.. Tersely Told Sweden as a general holiday. DEGREES, MINIMUM 53 DEGREES GIVES ANNUAL SALE. We desire to extend our, sincere Coal I and Wood -5- ) i

Kodak Suppl.e&. Fmishinj tor Amateurs. H. E. DeLegal, Live Oak Fin. says: The maximum temperature at Pen thanks to the kind friends, and acquaintances
-- E. M. Sessoms a prominent business I have suffered for ten years with sacola yesterday was 72 degrees at 2 Elsewhere in The Journal this who gave such loving sim R
We -
deliver Coal. Charcoal
Ice.
while I the minimum was 53 Alex. Lischkoff advertises pathy and assistance upon the occasion and -t's
m. morning
and indigestion p s
man of Bonifay, was in the:city chronic constipation .
anywhere In the city. W ca arupply
SPECIAL PRICES IN jesterday. and after using two bottles of L. L. degrees at 7 a. m. Last year on the his annual sale of diamonds, jewelryand of the death of our little boy.Wood
CUT GLASS AND HOLIDAY JEWELRY L., I consider myself cured; and am same date the maximum was 62 de- silverware. Mr. L'schkoff will IIIs grave gave evidence of their service h you in any quantity and eat
N' A. Gahlenbeck, 218 S. PaWox St G. W: Earnsho. of St. Andrews,' in health than I have been in grees and the minimum 44 degrees. not have an auction sale'! this year, love and esteem being covered with Steam always and Domestic PromPLbetter CoaL
was the business visitors to of aucbeautiful floral offerings
among ten ----- but saving the expense an 2
years. -i
----- Pensacola yesterday. Jackson Square Coffee-a New Orleans tioneer wijl give his customers the MR. AND MRS. A. C ARMSTRONG.: Wood Cut Any Size. ,
11:45 This is the season of the year when For sale by all leading benefit of that saving. '' r
COTTRELL( I E. Allen left Montgomery at luxury. :,
A. NACHMAN'SOFFER Ic
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. Friday and arrived at. Brent at 4:30. every business man expects. do his grocers. 1, ,2 and 4 pound air tight Mr. Lischkoffs annual sales have).I Nachman.. Ladies' Outfitter of E. G. SEWALL, 'j'I ,
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Pensacola. Fla. He is loud in his praise of Montgomery best business. It is the veritable hartins.. 25<;; 50c and $1.00. come to be looked forward to by alarger ,Montgomery, In another Phone (14.363. 26 N. Tarragona St. E t.'f '
number of people each year as >
her gentlemen and ladies-es that
vest season. If you don't get your of Women's Home. of fine Christmas column of this issue he will give J.t
securing
-- Meeting
stand ,
who a means -
pecially e latter, : : always '
share of business now it will be foolThere will be a meeting at the presents at moderate cost and his all Pensacola ladies a 25>> per cent. reduction }
estimation. .
his 4't
R. K. WHITE, first in ish to try to do so after it is all over. Womans Home Tuesday morning at well known dentation for straight on tailor made suits !in his CUIF CITY COFFEE .CO. H#; '
+t(:i-mzier.. Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate The new regulation Swedish flag Now Is the time to advertise strong. 11 o'clock. All members are requested dealing with his patrons has given store. He offers to give this discount .., ,
f i t'aa 30 H. P. CHIPMAN, Manager. : tl
S. Faiatex Strft.Psiwaeola. Fla mail orders. Read his i ad. ;
was flying yesterday at the office of Get all you can before January Reach Ito be present. IdecSt the public a confidence in his goods on \i,
Swedish Consul Oertlng on South out for It and the way to do its to which makes his annual sale one of New Orleans is celebrated for its J Roasters, Blenders and Shippers ol ,,-: '\-._ "
Palafox street for-the first time since advertise. The richest and most sueWhy not get the worth of yeur the events of the year. I .45 .
CARRITT MORENO. The flag is of light cessful in the money-ask for Blue Ribbon Vanilla coffee. Jackson Square !is the coffee F-ne I Coffees ; !
its adoption. new men country were big the Jackson Square from New Orleans. Try It. If not,I i .
twice as far and Best in cup
AgS'.FES 9f,= ALL DESCRIPTIONS. blue with a yellow cross, which makes advertisers. The same opportunity Absolutely pure, goes i I .
onlY'premium its OUR COFFEES -
I Flavor" 1 U perfection. The given is satisfied your grocer will refund ARE SOLD BY ALl. ;:
D.eboid Safe and Lock Co. a pretty combination. The flying of is open to you. Should you take It the "Blue Ribbon fCoi.ee.
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GROCERS. r
cost GIVE THEM A TRIAL
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J >a"ton. Ohio .. the 23c s*r- .a guarantee of Its quality. 'a--
Ask for
'ce the of let it
and Salesroom"..20 E. Gov. st. the flag was in honor of name or go to TOOT competitor. i i'b

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: MORNING DECEMBER 2 1906.
SUNCTAV >
PAGC.;;-*. : THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL .

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==-- -- -; iVJIjt -- : ; development'of ? flH if*$ **" < 'tt7 expects the governor to resign, but more things .O1Ok after there than road would mean a rapid

we do think be should resolve to be we knew existed; and we predict for the territory 'and the influx of a j| -' : .- ,._ ,
good the balance of his term and him much more' popularity when he large population. With hotels erected -' ';' te4 --' ."-' : ; sr

: Jen U o a joufn suggest that he try being a real sure- retires .and'the people realize what A the line would bring, thousands of ,: : i
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both and winter to en- r ;
enough governor instead of a :Moses. force he has. been in their dry.-Milton -' people summer ft-- ; pk -- '
,-Bradentown Journal. Star. joy the many pleasures to be found -- :; ; t
i along the seacoast-Apalachicoia II -u' ; '-
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,
S DAILY WEEKLY. SUNDAY. "What happened to Jones" has given That Electric Railway. Times. t t -- :

way to What Happened to Brow-, An electric railway will be ,.built '-
. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT .MONDAY !ard.-Jacksonville Floridian. from Mobile to Pensacola, and the an- Andalusia Pe;;;;: I t S :..: f t

nouncement suggests that the line be It has been stated that if. Hughes ) a::
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...BY... Dabbling in Futures. extended from Pensacola to Apalactn-were' elected Governor"'of ,New YorK. ; lit
Governor Broward is' now dabblingin longWkedof'rallroad from r..: -
cola. The country beiweea: the latter that the -a-
; THE JOURNAL COMPANY. "futures" in his drainage scheme. places will be settled at not a distant Andalusia Ala., to Pensacola would r
-Lake Butler Star. date by a prosperous population, due built. We confess that we are too deficient -

FRANK L MAYES. President and General Manager Poor Cooper. to the many attractions of the coast- in political economy to appreciate ..... ,
: __ l country and the building of the elec- the relation.between the two but l t
;; 'N' : If Gov. Brow rd does not hang ,,
-
I Cooper the Punta Gorda Herald will tric line would hasten the fulfillmentof if any road Is to be built we want [ :

i MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED' PRESS. hang him, we are afraid.-Live Oak the prophecy. The lands are rich Milton to- have a share in its benefits.' _' ,., ', f
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--- -...' News. II and there Is at present a large amountof Suppose we investigate the matter. 'II
SUBUCRIPTION RATES I timber In the territory that could be get together and have that road run :- '" ,
Chance of Life Time. used for lumber. The building of the through Milton eh?-Milton Star. i <
: One Year .. .. ..........$5 00 One Month .. .. .. .. .. 45 a I
I
The had the chance of a
Six Months .. .. ..' .. .. 2 50 One Week..' ... .. .. .. .. _10 governor
lifetime at the anti-drainage editors in
Three Months.. .. .. .. 125 Weekly Edition per year.$1 CO f
I Tampa Wednesday night.-Lake Butler << *
Star. '

The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which .+ Detailed. Senatorial Sailing._ 'j POINTED PARAGRAPHS ON *'

:: Circulation Statement, Can Be Secured. If Governor Broward could open j $ c.TO4iy..C P15'

the Everglades as easily as he opened j .

the Tampa Fair he would have ]II PENSACOLA PEONAGE CASESIn I There is only one right way to waterproof cloth
smcothe for the senate.-Apalachicola I P
(Editorial Rooms 38 _. Papers on Sale on Trains II sailing ,
? PlaUtl \ B"lnelsOffj 1500 ,I I I 'limes. o. so as to give satisfaction. i
and at all News Stands
I I The Kirrg Bee. All our: rain coats are treated in this right \\ aWe .

So it is, "How do. you stand wither- ; the Throes. i 1 i!any one'who had followed the evidenceat offer a' great variety of fabrics, but only! -
Offices-Journal Building-Corner lntend.nea! and DeLuna Sts I I Groom" is it? Dear Governor whois Pensacola: is withering in the throes' all closely. It will be surprisingif you

the "King Bee" of the whole aggregation of an exciting peonage case.-Lake the defendants on trial this week one kind of waterproofing.Prices .

: I anyhow the people are now Butler Star.Barbarous for the crime of peonage itself are not $27.50.
$10.00 to
Pensacola Florida : December 2 1906.
Sunday! Morning asking themselves?.-Tallahassee True comic ed. The evidence at the preliminary :
I Democrat. Brutality. I trial was such as to show Come here for your practical Xmas guts for
The details Of barbarous brutality I that they were guilty and if guilty '
The Need of a Depot I As to Mayor Bliss and I Can be Governor Now. that have come to light in the peon they should be punished if for no men and boys.TMDARDItOTIIIIWU.

I I The Honorable Napoleon Bonaparte age trial at Pensacola are shocking j other reason than that the whole south
the Hall Corner Stone.We
Ji' At Flomaton. City Broward can now be governor since Surely justice will find a way to get; has suffered from the notoriety given

It has been many many months publish elsewhere in The Journal the people have put him out of business even with those declared guilty.-St' it in this. She needs needs labor and -

t' 'fince the L. & N. depot at Flomaton this morning a somewhat, satiricaland as a stump speaker and wouldbe Augustine Record. needs it badly, but with the idea,pre I ( I

burned down and there does not even altogether facetious communica- political boss.-Bradentown Jour- "Let 'er valent that the man who labors has S.
Gallagher.
nal. ,
ret seem to be any indications of rebuilding ion from Mayor Bliss regarding the "Let 'er go go, Gallagher!" seems to I no protection against the brutality of : THIESEnB DllG\;

; r It 'laying of the city hall corner stone.If Senatorial Rumor. have been the signal when the alleged and such must men depend as these upon it the cannot unreliable get it i l} i
downed
: The "opposition" having were to be "disciplined"over
No matter what iind of weather, 'I Major Bliss wishes to have the peons class which is today its greatest bur : .'.
Governor Broward on the drainage in that himber camp near Pen, f ;t 1H rri :7
t there Is no place at Flomaton: nor corner stone laid with the elaborate den.-DeFuniak Breeze.
sacola. And have
amendment seems disposed to keep Gallagher seems to I
1L t has there been since the depot burned I and altogether proper ceremony whichhe .
UI the fight bopposing a possible let'er go with vigor: and dispatch.Live State Should Act. .

i I r \o shelter the unfortunate passengers suggests, it is entirely within his I candidacy for United States senator Oakx Democrat a The jury brought in a verdict of ..r.-.r.:! ........... >IU.;.mm ..r'ft-.i.n. f

f S ho hue to wait there between I province to say so, and we agree with on the part of Broward.-Carrabelle guIlty in, the peonage cases tried in
Employers Should be Protected.
Advertiser. wm
r: Vains. Xo matter how hot the sun him altogether in the proposition.. The peonag trials now in progressat Pensacola. An appeal will be taken..

.j''i ar how hard the rain or how cold It occurs to The Journal however, Man of Strong Determination. Pensacola may result in the conviction but until the decision is reversed the

r. the atmosphere nothing has been that in this proposition he is going .along Governor Broward promises a of the defendants but they verdict of the jury will be presumedto ri-riWORKINGNEN' 1
at the next session of the will also in attentionto be right People all over the world m
result
I : provided for the comfort of the traveling distance out of'his way to renew warm fight calling
read
of the evidence. The
parts jurors
:
legislature. He says he will offer an- the need of some law which shall
r- public at that place. Even theat his old controversy with the city other constitutional amendment. Flor- better protect employers cf labor on heard it all and observed the mannerof c!

most ordinary sanitary conveniences hall contractor-for that is 'really ida's chief executive i s a man of the public works against the flagrantand the men testifying. Their opportunity .

ani! requirements are lacking. what his letter amounts to. It_ he strong determination and the Record habitual evasion of 'their con- for determining the truth was : '

at Unfortunately. Pensacola is the thinks that controversy has not: already believes that the voters will yet stand tracts by the 'employee.-Live Oak better than that of those 'who merely Have heard "Hickory Calf
by the in his fight againstthe Democrat read reports of the case. you ,
worst sufferer from this ill-treatment had ali that is governor
: the airing necessary The United States court will impose
-Bartow Record. ..
corporations.
' on the part of the railroad. Unfortunately it would look just as' well and Defendants Northern Men. punishment for peonage If the 'verdict the old genuine calf skin tanned by a |

also, Flomaton is outside the pug t. to ..prove just as effective, to Slipped in Calculations. The United States court at Pensa- of the jurystands.. If the testimony ,
of the Florida railroad Governor Broward during his drainage cola is turning up some ugly testimony on which the Jury convicted was
jurisdiction come at the matter direct without '
\: commission, and the Alabama commission resorting campaign asserted from every against the Jackson Lumber Companyof true, the* matter should not be per- I 1 1new process whi h makes it absolutely 8 1 1I
to the roundabout method stump in the state that the people of Covington county. However, the mitted to end with punishment for

seems to be either powerless to which he now.. employs for getting at South Florida and especially the Jackson Lumber Company is an organization peonage.: The testimony showed many" and soft and
act or indisposed to do so. it. drainage district were overwhelmingly of northern men but it will cases of. assault and battery. This! i impervious to water as |

; The matter is one. ho ehich As ,to the corner we in favor of his drainage scheme. injure immigration to this country, was a violation of the state law. The I ,
stone see no
t should" not longer go without a protest The ballot boxes have proven that he just the same.-Andalusia, (Ala.) crime of peonage was complete when vici kid? We have a
why pliable a
: as
reason Mayor Bliss should have was either ignorant. the- wishes of New s. men were held in involuntary servi |
t and the latter is something in waited this long to make the sugges- the people of this. section or tha.;. ne '--r- tude. No assault was necessary to

t which Pensacola must take the in 1- tion which he says he "had planned in was willing to mislead, by deceiving Full Reports Appreciated.The constitute the crieie: and every case splendid line of Shoes made of this |

.. tiative. It Is Pensacola people and his own mind." He knew when the those who had honored him by their peonage tri|\3now in progressin of assault and battery constitutes a .
those who do business with Pnsacola' votes.-Bradentown Journal. Pensacola are j probably; the most separate offense against the state laws,]
city hall was commenced-he at least important eve '' field in the south, and the men'who are guilty should be! 13m 1 leather with genuine rock oak soles, |M f
who are required to endanger their made racket enough about it at: the Safe With- Broward at Helm. and Ben Thomas of The Pensacola punished. I ,

t health and put up with the variousinconveniences time-and be knows now that it is not The central figure of the campaign Journal, has put a feather in his cap It is not clear whether these offenses'I unlined sell for $2.50 $2.75 and $3 ]
f- at Flomaton. was Governor "Broward.: The" Independent as a newspaper m9n by the very full arealleged to have been committedin to f
too late to have the stone
yet corner
[ A protest therefore on their part congratulates hin\ on the'splendid and clear story of the trials and the Florida or Alabama. Perhaps some!

-,i- ought to carry some weight with the ceremonies if he or the public desires, and clean-campaign he waged testimony of th \ witnesses ,he' has were committed one state and some, 11i! Pair. Come and let us show You. U i
to have them. for what he believed was right. and told from day' to day.-Live Oak Democrat in the other. At 'any rate the state! u
railroad and The Journal
'
i company For our own part, we think the I is proud to have stood by,him throughthe should act. 'The impression should!
,: suggests that both the Chamber of thick of the battle and in the not be created that the interference J P

i Commerce and the City Council take suggestion a very good one, although face cf defeat which it now believesto Law Was Vindicated.The of the nation is necessary: to the protection PARKER & REESE CO. t
f
t. the matter up with the L. & N. at not approving of the manner in which [ be \'icturWith- Broward at the peonage case on trial before of men from abuse and cruelty.} WATSON

once. it is ,made : .. .
t -railroad is emplojed. The corner stone of the the state will grow and prosper under I Court in Pengaoot shows very plainly show them that their lives theIr",.Ii "EVERYTHING TO WEAR." t1.,
When
::1 a passenger; buys a his administration until the people an unlawful if not outrageous, state person and their"property would b3| .... .
-; ticket he is supposed to have in addition !- city hall has not: yet been laid. There have higher honors to bestpw upon of affairs as having existed in the log safe in the south. Until we do this I "$iS:* 3 k r M tS&t' Lmrfnvinnrj(

: to merely being carried from one may be .no such a thing in the contract him in return for titiH greater ser ging camps of the Jackson LumberCo. it will be useless to boast of the'

t'E point to another the conveniences and as a eotn stone, hjat, however vice.-St Petersburg Independent .. located at Lockhart, Ala. Let splendid opportunities of success that -- --

r necessities that go with a modern that may be; we have no doubt atone Judge Swayne see'that the law is vindicated exist here. There never was a time of temperature than anyother state] cane, tobacco, rice, pineapples zra -
Bliss (tery) Administration. by giving thoSe people all that when the interests of the whole south ,
be in the Union. fruit plumlemons -
can easily provided and as the oranges guavas peaches
railway passenger service. But people In Pensacola all is not bliss under
: is coming to them.-Carrabelle AdvertIser ,ranch involved in the
were as as now Floridaleads all other states as a ,
f who travel to and from Pensacola building! can hardly be completed, in- I the administration of:,Mayor Bliss.- .', fair treatment of labor; and men resort for 'tourists and health seekers. pecans, limes, figs grapes to

[ and are compelled to walt between side of six months there is plenty' of I Palatka Times-Herald. should be treated justly now and always Florida has a greater va ety of matoes-in fact: varied assortment 0t

: trains at Flomaton do not get what I time to arrange a program and have I % Crime Everywhere Indigenous. because it is right and the opposite trees than' lay other state in the crops and fruits,.many of which <" n

r they are paying for and' they have not all the ceremonies that the major'had I Ist Jackson The peonage Lumber offences Co. people for which the is. wrong.-Jacksonville Times- Union. not be successfully grown farth'--

planned. : SAID OF PENSACOLA were con- Union. I cotton north except in hot houses
had it since the depot was burned 'victed in Pens cola Saturday were Florida produces corn sugar
Let4us have the corner laying % AND PENSACOLIANS j Assaul---;: I
: down nearly a year ago. -stone not committed ri ar that city nor Guilty of

The public has waited long enough by all means but let us not get the 'even in Florida: but at LockhartAla. The defendants in the celebrated i '
ct : : :: 0 :: :: :: : : :: :: :: :: :: :------
Now does :this statement rases at Pensacola were all
for the railroad to move and the public matter mixed up, confused, or embittered suit peonage
the Pensacola News? But even ff found jnriltv. After reading the ,evidence : from
,with If They Only Had. Current Comment
should now do a little moving on a controversy 10 which it '
The people ,of Florida seem very those offences had been committednear there ought:: to be some cases -
; Its own account is not in the remotest degree related. much opposed to the peopleof Escam- Pensacola:' that delightful city of assault found against the guards at
would suffer nothing in reputation the-camp.-Lake: City Index. Mr. Commoner
t Russians believe that Japan is bia county establishing a criminal Bryan's ;
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the matters the Sen- preparing !
t Among many and the trial of. the serpent is over
of record. Of thoroughly
court
: ate will have to wrestle with during for another great war and., being understood the course''proposition.they us all.-Live Oal\ DemocratAs 'Speedy ,Justice. ,;. 0 : : = : = =:: :: :: :: =-=,]
The jury In Escambia county found
under the
impression that the
; the coming session are the Isle of Ocala Banner.A I
Seen in Bartow.In W. S. Harlan. C. C. Hilton and E. E.
1; Pines treaty and the San Domingo Island Empire' will try conclusionswith the Higeins. guilty of peonage. The case The "standpatters"-doubtless realize i r, When the "big stick" returns fn"
-' treaty. The former gives a valuable the United: States, are doing Carrabelle Cheer. In cases, now on trial consumed ten days in the United now that they exhibited entirely too Panama it is to be hoped that the -
the United court at Pensa-
everything possible to help the;matter According to the reliable" Pensacola I States States court and was warmly contested much neck exposure., j|I shovel will begia active dUlY' fr-1
piece of United States property to Journal :n,000 bales of cotton will be, cola some terrible "tales of woe" have "
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-- Cuba and the latter along. Russia would be greatly fifteen been told by witnesses\ for the by able counsel for both sides. If j there.
practically estab- shipped from that port in the next pros- If the new theatrical trust will restrict I _
such thing really exists
pleased to see Japan welt"trounced.. da ,;. Hurrah for the Deep ecution: but it nrist be rememberedthat a as peonage lT1couragicz
lishes administration i-
a protectorate over San Do ) In Florida we hop that It may b4J output it will earn a little gratf- Perhaps .

mingo. Both are bad and should be I Now that the football season, is Water City.-Carrabelle Advertiser. 1 heard only so far one; side the reply o! the is case vet has to come been found and the guilty broueht to *ure tude from.a long suffering people. the base ball craze m P-w*
rejected. I nd- sn<>edy justice. Madison New I ama in order to have some jjlace
over it maybe well to call attentionto Grown in Alabama.! I and may put a different face on the Doubtless the administration organs score the errors. -
Needed-A the fact that only eleven were It is said that Pensacola will export! matter. But even admitting that the Enterprise.No will concede that the constitution : '

; Plumbing killed and injured duringthe :30,000: bales of cotton within the next! evidence for the prosecution is, in *Committed in Florida. follows the'flag 'under which the Those rebellious Utes seem fn *..
: in Pensacola.I I ninety-eight Pensacola is I.. hustler the main true, it shows that the 'witnesses : Ih -
Inspector under the reformed two weeks. I Tfao lumbermen on trial In Pensa- president sails-_ : very human after alL As soon I season rules.If but we'll bet good share of that cotI -, who tell these tales were mere all
Inside of two Pensacola's a cola havo been found riiltr of neon- :1 stomachs were filled theyIrot/ ;
years all the "Vermont Turkey" Servo I ton was grown in Alabama.-Florala: bummers who instead of.endeavoringto age. This however does not raakw it The low chuckling sound from the I t about their troubles.
:' sewerage system will be completed r pAh.( ) News. : live up to their contracts and nay n''sitlvebirk, that slavery of the vicinity" the Western_ Reserve Is
and before that time those Individ- ed on Thanksgiving day really came their honest dfbts pnt their time I .,
sp[ j""xvo irentionfl nature exists in I merely jour old friend General Gros-:j Speaker Cannon is out in opposit1':
uals who own houses will have to begin from Vermont' there must be a great Mayor Handicapped..., in dodeinc work and trying: to jump Florida but we hope the final outcome venor, figuring! '\1.. the vote of the gen-' to an income tax. "Unclo Jo1' ; ;

l I the expenditure of from $200,000' scarcity of that stately bird in the :Mayor Bliss and the people down;( their contracts. Upon their own show. will "rove this possibility! incorrect- tlemen who. swiped his congressional putting an awfully high tax on i-;

1 to $350,000 incident to putting in the Green :Mountain State. there still seem to be working at cross ilng they only got what they deservedand Miami Metropolis. II nomination. I I patience of the people."BiI' .
purposes. It looks to a man up a tree not by any means "all that is coming -
i proper sanitary equipment and con I Congress :wl1.be. up against a dose that the people are determined that_, to them.-Bartow Courier' Jo"rnal E nossd It
necting up with the sewerage s'ste'm.11en I fcrmant Frank and hi" nsacola ;
of simplified spelling with a vengeance the mayor shall do nothing right in Mayes "
< that time comes the city will J when the latest effort the eyes of the v.-orld.-1\Hlton Index. .Tonrnal won a 'ret victory over in Every mother feels ,a
There' president's Evidence Showed Guilt. he Gulf City, ''la th,. conviction of I Inc great dr.ead of the pain
nef'd'a plumbing inspector. b"
in the, is : I M
message line. sprung upon Vanloo Wrecked. The verdict: of euiUy as charged those, wrsons: charred 'Vith peonage and danger attendant ut'n
will be no disputing that point. that body.Congress The Italian ship Vanloo, three against the: defendants In the peon- The Journal m/: th" firt: Pxpo.e.,( the most critical
:; But the city needs such an individnal months out from Buenos A>res. was ace con<:niracy cases at Pensacola last IP rrstt'r and followed It up.-Lake pern-
right now-has needed him for will convene on Monday: wrecked near Pensacola while endeavoring week did not come ?s a surprise to City- Index.Ii of her ife. Becominga
)rs-and should have him without and the dear public will be treated to make harbor. Fortunately mother should be a, source of joy ti> all, but the suffering and
to another chapter Reed Smoot. danger incident to the ordeal makes it of misery-
further delay. i on : there were no lives lostThe Van ? anticipation one
I loo is an old trader of the port, and Mother's Friend i is the only remedy which relieves women of the gre-rf
the t
People go to expense of plumbIng ;} H'$'$ .tr-n$$ io
their buildings for just two purposes f <
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-convenience and sanitation.i STATE PRESS ON i; I Times.lumber as freight. -Apalachicoia FLORIDAFlorida severest trial is..not only made painless, but all the danger is avoide

'" : # GOVERNOR BROWARD by its use. Those who this or
They know when their convenienceIs v.. .,1 use remedy are no longer despondent!
Thanks.The 111: = : : gloomy ; nervousness, 'nausea. and other conditions are
- distressing
how
but people
satisfied any can ::: ?i- H l"ii
r-- tell whether the plumbing in their Pensacola, Journal under 'the hag an area of 59,268 square Florida is the best hunting and overcome, the system is made ready for the coming event, and tsEenous

;- houses is put in to the proper sanitary Has Faith in the People. management of Frank Majes has miles. ing'state east of the Mississippi ---I accidents so common to the critical;
Broward grown to be one of ,thet daily Florida's is 37,931.520.: .' Florida has
; of Florida and Hearst of acreage a greater extent hour are obviated by the use of Mother's
effect or not? New York might well feel that the papers of the state and in West Flor- Florida has 1,058,658 acres of land coast than any other state. Friend. "It is "
t It was said, some months ago .in 'game is not worth the candle-that I ida there is none-to dispute its privilege in cultivation. Florida has forty-five railroads, in-I ,worth its weight! _ia gold. MOlhetn.ge

i the waler pressure controversy that f"the people are not worth saving-: power and growth into a great Florida produces a greater variety eluding the branch and lumber roads. says many who have used it. $1.00per

: little if,any'of the residence plumbing t'Yet they come, up smiling with hope metropolitan daU)'. -It has just enter- of fruit vergetables and farm products' Florida is the only state in the bottle at drug stores. Book containing _

; in the city would stand a high pressure for the future and faith in 'the peo ed a contract Its for 12S tons of growth.Ocala paper.It ..I than any other state in the Union. Union Producing sponges; a harvest i valuable information of interest to all women, will ('4

r of water. "Whether it will or not belle ple" They are Great- Men.-Carra- deserves Star.Watchful prosperity-and. Florida's average death rate per .worth half a million dollars a year. I be sent to any ,address free 'upon application to fr-ICn
Advertiser. thousand is only 10>'. Florida is less
subject to extremes
: has never been definitely ascertained ., I BXADF1ELD REGULATOR 00., Atlanta Gat
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f! bat 'the question in reference to it Wants Him to Resign. of City's Interests. I .- -

: ought to be sufficient argument 'in itself Governor N. B. Broward stands a It seems that Mayor Bliss Pensa
discredited leader on what he choseto cola is always In hot water. We wonder -!
t as to the necessity of having an urge as the leading question of what's the cause. IR' it because

;. official inspector whose approval ,the day. The people of Florida have Pensacola Isngt' accustomed ,to a: uii
would be required before plumbling voted a lack of confidence by an overwhelming "strenuous" mayor one' who does, I iiut rnJiirnrwuij1

work had to be paid for or used by (I majority which in many of things? We confess that with our,
z the owner. I the countries of the world would i. present limited knowledge of affairs In
i mean his voluntary retirement in. fa- that city, we are with the mayor. We
:.. The matter Is respectfully referred I Ivor of borne: one in whom the people I like his activity and the Interest which

j to our city council. have.con1ldence.. Of course no one he takes in the city's affairs. He finds To Cure, or Money Refunded by Your Merchant. So. Why Not Try IT? rloe, SOc Retail.



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) Will BE PAID TO r EW8ANKINGCO. fIRST T DISTRICT! BARK. MARIE I Tuesday, Dec. 4th t hr i I t,; I!



VESSEL WHICH HAS JUST BEEN !, t

FLOAT THE SHIP INGRID FLOATED, TOWED'TO POINT 1 tj ,
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and closes on the .j '
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Will OPEN K. OFIP'SJOMEET NEAR PERDIDO WHARF. t'l'. y
awarded the contract. The aif Eve of Christmas. i 1 'r.'4

Lee Kimball of Mobile, Has the Pensacola Towboat Associationfor t (
floating the shin was S7.50&- The Italian bark Maria which is 'f" \)
now owned by' Capt. B. J. Traebuk, 'I : 1
Been Awarded ContractBy The successful bidder owns a fleet
of towboats used in harbor work in SOON i and resterday-which towed.was recently from the floated east side was Having been unable to make satisfactory arrangements ; f '1 i
Mobile, and some of these will be
the Owners. brought OTST .to ,Pensacola to assistin ''I of Tarragona street wharf to a point with a jeweler's auctioneer to make i ';. v t

the-work- P- be near repaired.Perdido wharf, where she will my annual auction sale, I have decided to make a [

AND IS EXPECTED TO COMMENCETHE Are you fond of good coffee! Try Bank and Trust Pythians :1tc.' Assemble at The vessel is partly loaded with great private sale and take these means of making t ; .'p 1
Jackson Square, the_celebrated French : r .f lumber. which will be discharged :.
the announcement By this sale the public # t I .
WORK. MONDAY MORNING --- anther'ballast "which has shifted "f'r
coffee. it. Co. .
drip Leading grocers have to Begin Next '
Operations CenturY .
-VESSEL IS AGROUND ON 1, 2 and 4 'pound 'air tight tins. Friday .1 placed.work will in1 then position be,don and. the repair will have a chance to buy their Christmas presents r" ,i':

ROCKS NEAR GULF TRANSITCOMPANY'S About Jan. 1. Evening.A Captain Traebuk Is undecided as at greatly reduced prices-in fact, they will : .I i I t "

to the disposition of the vesseL She get auction bargains at private sale. This will f .J t : ''. 1'
I Is in good condition. the hole
except
OFFICE. WESTYILLE. _
\\1 II III i The Pensacola Bank and Trust : district meeting of the' lodges of in the hull, which has been temporarily be a CLOSING OUT SALE OF UNREDEEMf i '.,

I Company, the new banking institution Knights 'of' Pytntas"of the first dis- repaired, and when she is in ED PLEDGES and of the two stocks of Jewelry '' '' ;.1 f
i which is to operate in Pensacola, is seaworthy condition will either be
trict of Florida' has called
been. by
The contract for floating. the to for business, just sold and used as a barge or else ply recently purchased fromTrustees9 "" .
,.. Special l to The 'Journal. i open as soon as Scott M. Loftta, District Deputy _
-1:111 ship Ingrid has been ror'l I out of Peii&acola in the lumber trade
the new building in which the com- 1.
' \Vestville, Dec. 1.-Cane grindingand Grand Chancellor, to convene at Cen- 1.
tee Kimtall, of Mobile, by pany is to have commodious quarters, for which .she is well fitted. i
syrup maklng'Is the'order of the
(\\D.'rs of the vessel, and if December Sale. it
Is completed. 'L'
day now, with fine weather for the ,. _
'iLee-ssful in floating the ship he will .
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President Bass stated yesterdaythat '
of the first district < '
operation.Mr. The lodges con
i MVP the sum of 6000. This an. J. F. Flournoy recently had the the company would have' officesat prise Pensacola Lodge, No.. 3; Damon SAGE LEAVES.Special J .f J
* mncement towboat was made yesterday who also af- misfortune to get his, leg fouled with the corner of Garden and Palafox Lodge No. 13, Rathbone LodgeNo. : The public will have an immense stock to SII I -f: .t, .
moon owners streets in the new Blount building, ,
'. the wire rope that hauls' logs up to 30, and Fidelity Lodge No. 68, allot
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:ti in bids for floating the big ship. I Watches Diamonds :
Iectfromconslstmgof
and that the lower floor had been Jewelry rll .
IK the saw mill in his mill. Fortunatelythe Pensacola; Felton Lodge, No. 61, j. : ,
.)1 rock Ingrid near Is aground the office on a of quant-thei'f machinery was stopped In timeto promised by the contractor by January i of DeFunlak; Milton .Lodge No. 29, *o The JourtiaU- l of all kinds, Sterling Silverware of leading ,,i. 1 i ",f I
1st. All of the safes, vault and fixtures ;
save his leg which suffered a and Century Lodge No. 81. Five Brent Dec. t.-We still have
ever
Transit Company and notwith- have been ordered and will be makes bearing the Trade Marks of the Manu.. '
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severe wrench. causing him much i delegates have 'been elected from changeable leather, although no rain I. I ,
( ndin the fact that she pounded
? The mill has been idle since here before that date and ready to each lodge and it is anticipated thata J
f.. during the storm it was found pain. has fallen during the past week. facturers. ,1 ', ;
I be installed. The fixtures, it is stated,
. the accident, as he prefers to the large number of Pythlans generally On had
run mIs-
Tuesday morning we a
'' aa examination was made dam-cf saw himself., will be the handsomest in the city will be in attendance as the mee tical fog-everything dripping' with Some of the bargains at '''wholesale and retaiI't t ;
i.ill that the plates were not I '
'' any will be modern and up-to-'
'. was not leaking. The ship is critically ill for some time, left for company special train will leave Pensacola ,the saturated atmosphere. : t'. t

P /11>1' loaded with cement which she! Mobile Sunday night, accompanied by date.The company will not only do a gen- at 7 o'clock p. m., and 'return Immediately Wednesday. gave us a cold dry- Solid Gold ,Rings, Chains, Bracelets, Lockets, t
after the meeting is .
her husband, where she will enter a over. north, wind.
the west side ot
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discharging on
eral banking and trust business, but The of the order at Cen- etc. : '
members
'c mmandancla wharf when the hur-! sanitarium and 'undergo a surgical The. farmer Ja&ve had unnsnaly -p. : 3
has added real estate department
operation. Later advices indicate a tury are arranging to give their rough experi !lCM the ftIL I.1m i- '
tf' I that the operation has been performedand 1 brother Pythians a hearty welcome, ately following tea great hurriciat t'
'ho of
some pile weeks rocks.since the Pensacola. she.is in a very critical condition. Wentworth. and it is thought the occasion will go came-a six Inch del go of rain ,washing I Rich American Cut Glass. 1. I! ; I
Numerous friends of the family deeply -' While Messrs. Bass, Wilkinson and down in the annals of Pythia ism as and drowning out what little the '.
'boat: Association took the con-: 100 Elgin Waltham and other makes of 15-
Scudamore will be vice-
sad president one long to be remembered. M t
their ,
*' to float the ship for J5.000, and sympathize with them in storm had left.When f
ral hour, and earnestly hope that Mrs. president and cashier respectively we began replanting' we had jewel movements. I :
for ft
tugs were engaged a num- ;
the other officers have not been
h-. of days! in an attempt to move the rownell will be restored to her usual chosen with the exception of yet a number PLEA OF GUILTYIN five consecutive weeks wHho'it a dropof Solid 14 and 18 Karet Gold Watches with high -j.1-.1grade J
health rain.
good :
yip from Ler position and succeed- REBATE CASEBy \
of the directors.
.'(rt I to some extent. but the contract A traveling preacher and family This drouth was fall weft by a dead movements. Filled cases, railroad adjusted :

*aa finally surrendered as the under struck town,yesterday morning, alightIng DEGG CONVICTEDAT Associated Press. ening frost fully three weeks in advance watches, with 17, 19, 21 and 23 jewel move- ?: t 4. _...-.-.
taking appeared too big for the from the 10:10: mall train. Soon Kansas City, Dec. 1.-Henry S. of the average date for such ,i i'i I .
amount of money involved. the sound of drum, music andsinging GADSDEN; ALA. Hartley, a broker, pleaded guilty in occurrences. ments. 1 t
There was some talk of selling the attracted public attention, and all the the federal court this afternoon to receiving We may: surely look to be snored 20 and 25-year Filled cases to close out at,$10. i:. l : ;
Fhlp, but the owners finally! derided children and a few men curious to Gadsden. Ala., Dec. 1.-The jury in rebates from the St Louis and under next. "
+o ask for new bids and a number know what the music meant, and the the Yolande Degg murder case today San Francisco road, and Judge Gar- All of..the"?post offices approachedby Higher' grades in proportion. J ; .I 1J: .ji
"re submitted both from local firms preacher soon! 'infOm1ed'them. found the defendant guilty, fixing the land fined him the minimum of one No". 2 delivery route are to be dis- i. 1
tnd from parties outside the city. Mr. J. M. Brownell, a prominent punishment at twenty-three years in thousand dollars. Hartley was indicted continued on the first of December to .
Lee Kimball of :Mobile was found farmer and merchant of Ilblmy coun- the penitentiary. Yolande Degg 'was for receiving rebates on ship- perhaps to never be re-opened. ;; 1 ;
*.-. he the lowest bidder and after a ty, was in town yesterday, and stated convicted of murdering Aubrey ments of cotton seed meal' from Indian What radical changes we are ex ;
'av of ten days or more. he was that he had a-very sick child at home. Womac in December, 1904. territory points. periencing.We largest Stock of Diamonds in West Honda 1':1:
hope that it will not be Ions _
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before Diamond from $5 to $1,000. f ,
ment on this rural route will be takenup Rings! ; ; 11

to give the country people between Diamond Ear Screws from $10 to $1,000. !{ 'i1

t K ---- KING OF ALL BLOOD REMEDIES- ------ E Pensacola.the.two'There railroads is no better"track"accessto for Diamond Bracelets from $15 to $100. 'f;} ii

[ us east of the 1* & N. except through Diamond Lockets from $10 to $100. f} "
beds of sand. The work of tl
"stalling" ;
Diamond Necklaces from $250 i
eliminating these should be com to $1,000. I
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CRIMINAL I menced'tb '.city and extended outward Diamond Link Buttons Studs Scarfpins 'r
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: 1 IT IS TO BE SICK 'as labor and means were avail- .r
(c) able. Brooches, etc; 'i;

I NI WHEN THE 'REMEDY TO CURE YOU CAN ALWAYS BE HAD. m tions.were If a. :small:clayed.portion-It would the worst make sec-50 iJ i .

Q w cent improvement on this route.In .
I The Highest Medical Authority concedes that all disease which seriously afflict mankind ARISE. FROM IM- D per getting cross the railroad from P. Sri I have a Safety Vault. Fir and Burglar Proof and I am \
PURE FOOD. It is also conceded that r the east"tbrough"Gouldlng to reach prepared to take flood care of your articles of value and willstrictly .
rI liberal advances at the lowest rate of interest. .. ; ;
m the hardened roadway we have to pull confidential. 229 SouthPalafox.. Street, ALEX. LISCHKOFF Prop.ALEX.USCHKOFF. ; ;
W through 10Q'yards .of sand which requires t t
0 :E'B: F "1 I ;
0I a good team to draw an empty j :

I 5 ,,-. (Ketterer's) (Excelsior) (Blood) (Purifier), i Y .... ;y over., :" *. yF \ : \

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I "r"*'-.. Is a Positice Cure For X .Advertisements.

I < .. : REHUMATISM, KIDNEY AND STOMACH TROUBLE AND FEMALE DISEASES. -f Legal :
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wQ NOTICE-OF SALE.
Hundreds of persons righthere Ja-Pensacola and Escambia county and all over the country are living testimonials 0. Please take notice that L F. Massa.master Fill
z of the unfailing curative properties'of K. 'E. B. P., and what it has done for 'them it will do for you. ; of the Italian sliprrojan.." of
c i i Those who suffer from any of the..above, diseases or their kindred ailments need suffer no longer. They can r 1624 reatstertanx-remetaled In 1905, In
be restored to perfect health'by' applying to your druggist or mm I. Wednesdaythe the interest of whom 16th it Jay may of concern December on 226:,South Palafox Street, ],: l',11;

I THE F. W KETTERER MEDICINE COMPANY lies, at 12 o'clocknoon. In fnlnt of the
,,505 .5. Palafox, St., Pensacola, Fla.. t Mobil -a1 tom house will sell at public, q.I'i/1
bidder for cash
( outcry. to tbe Wghest I
-\ the ship. Trojan.'* with all spars tackles Pensacola JIa Opposite Custom House.:1: .; s
appurtenances as she now lies on the : ; I
of. Mobileriver, above One--
west bank
B poiso P Mile creek.: N > ; l lt i il'
F'9ter. .
I UNFAILING REMEDY; FOR 3L OOD[ : 1VUUQH.. .. t j1

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1; ':i. tY. THE PENIAC L.A JOURNAL SUNDAY- MORNING.. 'DECEMBER. 2, 19O ,. .

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LIST OF DESIRABLE' I Ii II $100.00, CASH' r If You Pay WANT TO SELL ? i THE GREATEST BARGAIN SALE OF BUILDINGS I I


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| and $25.00 per month buysi 5-room cot-
WANT TO BUY ?
tage on East Jackson street car line

JIWO. $20 a Month flOtSEVERDFFERIDINTBE CITY OF PENSACOLA j jf


i PROPERTY! (()) FOR SALE I $4200-Elegant 7-room dwelling-, on East..: Rent Money : WANT TO EXCHANGE? I IWe : ..


Hill or car line. -Iot90xl25 feet.$35007.r0omniodern -' I You in I have- properties; listed of evervpossible : I have-40 lots between 9th. 10th and 11th streets and between t
will out
i One-story dwelling on West Government street, near DeVHIiers St $ 950.00 bath,_gas, etc. sr pay [f description:. in "every nook and I't T. 18th" and 19th avenues; two blocks from the East Hill car line. One .

One-story dwelling on Spring street near Romans, with lot 40 feet ten years, including Interest I corner of Pensacola, -but we haven :- block from the bayou. I offer this property at $225.00 per lot J25.00

: front ....... .......................-.........-.........-..:..:.... 3600.00 't 6 the enough.We are* constantly- In'reeeipt- of enquiries down and the balance at 10.0 per month. I will CHARGE NO IX <4
Block of ground. well situated and containing 21 dwellings.. all new ,. ( dwelling on North at per cent, t from, spectators brokers TEREST AND NO TAXES AND WILL FURNISH AN ABSTRACT
investors
if sold at ,.............. "street all"modern..: .
and rented rent at $1500 per annum once 11,500.00Desirable Hayne ,{' enormous sum of I home and business seekers! who want :. WITHEACH LOT FREE OF COST. This Is the cheapest property I

i $4'>o per corner annum on the....West......end.with...........good......Improvement.....*,....,.,..,..renting'at ... ." /3300.00. .-- .. $3163.20.Enough i Ito. buy. ,: ever offered. on these terms in the City of Pensacola. :< .

Splendid Investment on Baylen street near Government; property $((2500- -Room dweIUnffon_ ,..North ui1 f Our Business i D.
now renting at $740 per annum..4...",>.,..,... 6850.00 -;- to buy your t:: JOHN ROCKEFELLER SAYS: :
bath. .gas and all modem. : ,
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I
i Desirable piece of property on Intendencla street near Palafox 6350.00 self a fine home, or more ; .To bring buyer and se'ier.tosether. J ': "I was recently,asked by a young man my opinion as to the t
Store with good dwelling .attached. upon, large corner lot on the Oar c'ients take:: no risks as we make 1
-. West End splendid business location, ............................ 2650.00 than the amount neces- I[no. _charge until. a deal is closed. Wa& ,t safest: way to invest: a little money. He had a few hundred dollars J
Seven desirable Iota on the corner, fronting the bay, near the bust i >,-give ,yen the benefit of our advertising ,. which, by severe effort he had succeeded in saving out of his weekly i

t ness center .............................!........................ 3500.00 LESLiE E BROOKS sary to buy a piece of mediu-ns free. vhica annually!: wages. I advised him to invest in a good house lot in some suburb +
Ten lots on desirable I corner of North Baylen street splendid invest cost us several.hunlrcl: .dollars.Advantages. close to the city. Land'lq alwavs there-It cannot run away. As.

men ............................................,.....%. ..: : 1800.00. property yielding to youa t :9 the population increases the land also increases in value. Yes for J''

We can rent or sell a number of houses of 4 rooms, upwards, at once aswe i Real Estate monthly income of $30or i : a small investment there is no surer, safer better investment than i'this. '
i have a great demand for them. ."
Vacant lots also handled by us to advantage. $360 a year. Buy prop are In your 'favor If -you want to sell ''i .4
We Insure property at lowest rates. and Insurance. provided you dO'.1t right.Select t NOW .
the install- agent and place :. THESE LOTS ARE GOOD they are near the car line
good
erty now on one your
property with him putting it in every ,: nar the bayou. In the coining residence district of Pensacola. and< :'
Phone 462. 112 S.. Palafox.. ment plan and own your MC'S hands lias a jendeacy to depreciatethe ,. you cannot buy lots for CASH in this neighborhood for less money .
i \"alue-it appears that you are real .0 Ask who knows the value of this property and they wifl ten
pnynne
own home. See us quick.McDAVffiHYER ,anxious to selL :See? J
i1| HOOTON & WATSON | f 'i you this Is true. :

I f I To Make Money.Is : ; I b 'l'eve at a conservative estimate that these lots will Increase *

THE RENTAL AGENTS, | For Slillll f in value 40 per cent. by the time they are paid for on these terms :
l CO. I every, business man's .desire. We i
I .make money-we have to make it-our
Real Estate. Insurance and Loans \ '
: expenses: are lame. How tto: we do it? : i
Agents New York I By ceiling property.We' are not speculators :: I lE'SLIE 1 i E BROOKS RaI Estate and Insurance
don and then ofter to ,
t
; we buy
1 No. 37 S. Palafox Street. Phone. No. 54. t 1 LIe Insurance Company. l lour clients-on the other-hand we always I : Phone 462 112 S. p '3rll SL :
$3000 I give them the of buying
opportunities '
.... ....................... .. .. ... ....... ....... 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST.. !'of first. 4 I :

'- _-- for 212 West Wright street, Dhnne 700. Pensacola. Fla. *. Our ....... 'et.i..O................

Experienc.
:
I IaHONE 1!
HELP WANTED. WANTED. a very desirable 8-rpom and
------ after several year3' clsf? study and at-

JUTANTED. -Lumber inspector (expert), at WANTED .Everv mother in town to try: hall residence with I large lot .nUon. enables \,5; to: lender better 5crtie -
MUM ogee; steady Job and good wag>s CinCLETS b fbre giving them to the t.an ever tdQre-our ciieDts are
for good man. .Apply W. R- Vaughn children.I <& gieater and they are aniocg every class '
: upt.. Muecoget, ila., or S. S. L. Co., of people in Pen&acyla.and adjoining ter
Ofli e. Pensacola. 2dec3tjVANTED WAXTED-To rent a show window for $4300 ritory. C
about thirty days. Must be on Palafox CITY
. -By a prominent monthly. street.. This Is wanted for a nice. clear For new two-story.. 8-room house.with We Sell Quick. ',. NEW MAPS
magazine with large high-class circulation business for the holidays. Address Box two halls and two ; .:: O' .
to look after large galleries; an -
. local representative 48, Asheville.: C. Ide Nice 5rom'and hall '
artistic cot- GhUs -
will
renewals and increase subscription list in uptodatehome,' with all modern a trial- you get results.
salary basis WAR'TED. Improvements, situated on car line on We are especially anxious to get in a
Fensarola and vicinity on a -Young German farmer desires
with a ooctlnmto Interest from year to position. Thoroughly experienced.: Educated high point overlooking the bay at south- tage, new, nicely finished,, large list of property as the demand .is :
year in the business created. Expert-, at German Agricultural, Academy. west corner of 16th avenue and Jackson large front and back greater than the supply. '
gallery
Mice de!'irabl but not ess.-ntiaL Goodopport.un.ty Not afraid ot lmrk. Address Max Schohr.. street. a JDST RECEIVED
for the right person. Address Century. Fla- Ideclw closets throughout house ,--
Publisher, Box 5>. Station O. New ; f __ ,

jork. dec2t I, LETTERS best trade-getters.do, the trick. They are the Money to loan at lowest market rate city water; lot 50 by 137 ,, Tor Sale.
They get to the
A..TED-Utiper aa dress: maker. Good I business 'mail's heart and not the wast I of interest. :on the corner two blocks; home onNorth Hill, !. ,; ., -
wages. Apply 625 North Hayne St.. basket. The Mare Printing Co. have Mortgages on real. estate in this .city. Elegant -. .; .. J "
)frs. E. E. Liger. :2decSt* a new process that makes typewritten; bought and. sold. j from car line, nice neighbor 'modern corner'lot12a conveniences; 13 rooms and," on all .. :..: a .. .. '..SHOWING. : I

letters- cheaply and perfectly. Phone 181]I All of the Maxent Tract west of "C" street car line ..............:.10500.00 -
cook. at will hood.
):V AXTED-A good Apply once I bring a representative. 24 West street now for sale. Be sure and look at L North Hill home. 2-story. 8-room
to 701 North Palafox St. 2dec Government
street. Idee this if want a home. all conveniences, on carline ..$ 8000.00 '- ; All additions, sab-divisions ani
\v WANTED good nurse. Apply to 791 I SEWING WAXTED-Prices reasonable you Six-room cottage bath ana gas change In names of streets togetherwith

);ortb! Palafox St. :dec! I I St.Mrs.. P. E Perdue, 221 North Cavellos .$2,430.00 East front .Jackson...........street..;.......south.....$ 2500.00 all information necessary to the

WANTED-Four boys with wheels fnr phone 1188. idee Fisher Real Estate Agency 5 tenement houses on West Jackson buyer or seller of Real Estate, or the
offlc* work. IS month. WANTED. street. renting for $23. per of 'In the
J Salary $ per Apply TO RENT-A large house owner property.
W. Car JournaL :dec! close in. Win lease it if term a-e desirable. month 7 lots. ..................$ 1850.00LI -; .- '

Address Mrs. A.. ).1., Care Jour COLLECTION. OF RNT5ASPECIALTY. :
AX'rED-EYery physician in town tot nal. .. J. Bullock Jr. '
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J try CHICLETS fur himself 21nov L S. BROWN & CO City of PensacolaThis

\rtCTORS WANTED--Sonie. one of means who will > 4 ..
-i EXCLUSIVELY wholesale and Phone 87. 206
care for and educate blight boy. 14 S. Palafox St Real Estate and Mortgage Loans
retaJ. Metropolitan Talking Machine years old. Apply Pearl Eagan Home or map. Is up-to-date In every par.
i Co, Jacksonville Fla. Agents wanted. Mrs. Wm. Fisher President. ISnovWAJ Room 302 Brent Building. Thiesen Building. Phone 916. ticular.
2decoaw2mo "We Sell Lots. -

: TED-Position MONEY TO LOAN.
as
stenographer or Phone 637
:W-ANTED-Good man in each county to assistant bookkeeper and PRICES; -
general office
represent and advertise hardware. department
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work. by young lady of experience.: Ad-
put out samples, etc. Salary dress B. c.. Care Journal. novlSU* UNLIMITED amount Mounted Roller and t
.. money to loan on Maps on
121 wwkly. Expense money advanced. f'O
Deparcmwit AS. The Columbia House, YOUNG LADY stenographer notice.all kinds Terms personal Get property. on short FOR SALE. 1R SALE Linen .. .. .. .. .. .. ..' ..; $2.00
Chicago. :2declt. wishes posi easy. my rates before .. .. .. .. .. ..
: tion in Pensarola or anywhere in West going; elsewhere. Star Loan Co., 116U Pocket Maps .'SOc'
Florida or South Alabama. References. South Palafojc.
ACTIVE salesmen earn J300 per month Address: M. E. C.. Care JournaL 17novCONKEY'S --- 4novlm FOR SALE-*00-arpentJountry place 7
selling as specialty and half that $5000.00 to loan on good security., Pensa- miles from Pensacola short mile west $85per i
amount & side" line. frequent of Olive station and postofflce.
5 Staple re- celebrated known as
o peater. Manufacturers. Box 1198. St. cure lice and mite Roup killer Cure Cholera cola Investment Company. SOoct 7-mile house on old Jackson road. SO acres lot gets ten lots }i block of New City HOOTON & WATSON .

!_Ou1a, Mo. Sdeclt* aa an unexcelled Egg Producer.as well All MONEY LOANED on real estate and fenced and cross-fenced. with twoven wire property. None. better aa an investment.
guaranteed. and fence balance partly cleared partly fine
a
splendid p-de of personal property on short
W.AJ\"TED-Lumbel' marker for export wheat that will make Terms J. W. notice timber. Fine oaks pear. chestnut and $550buys "
your Jowls lay. F. easy. Bullard. 28% South; "The Rental Agents.
milL, Address Home Mill Co., Bohemia. ai. MeUen & Co.. Pensacola. Fla. Phone Palafox St. Phone 1144.. ether trees. Streamrunning through; -
)'la. ldeelwVAJiTEDEvery 334. many springs on ) two three-room cottages renting for
7nov
harness, wagon :f dceia fnotisIfltl; $8.00 per month. This as an investment
I CAN LEND YOUR MONEY Real Estate Insurance and LoansNo.
% druggist In town to tell WANTED-Position as saw filer or cent. If have at eight room houses.* 1 S04ootsstable.: with two a-ill/ net over 15 per cent.: .
hia customers about CHICLETS. perintendent or mm su per you any that you rooms; 1 %5.foot. barn and other out-
foreman. by a want Interest on. see me about it. It houses' Suitable for 37 South Palafox St.
sanitarium
competent countrrclub
man. References furnished. will be absolutely safe $1500for
W AM TED Men to learn barber trade. Address J. W. Lasseter. Andalusia Ala. security. Leslie E. Brooks.on reat'estate factory. brewery or stock farming
Few weeks completes; tools given, wages Cnovlm Phone 462. Reason for selling owner has no one to a pretty six-room home in most desirable -I
Saturdays! chops furnished new. Great MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody manage place. Great bargain as Investment location in city on East Hill near !
borrows
demand for graduates. Write for 'cata WANTJ3V-All kinds biter bottles. I pay money from Jno. A. Hall $ Co.. 14WE. or for one looking for good fanning car line.
:
ogue. Mohler Barber College, New Or lie :.&en. I hanalc.all leading brands I Government St. When In land. For; particulars address E. W.
beed
*ana La. Ideciw'VAI1T8DTpung of wlnw. beers ano whUides, and atlll on us. call Peake Pensacola Fla. .'J Few Laundry
manufacture that well-established building East Chase street. laec
coi gh
\ man as city salesman. medicine. ..Joe Roth corner Tarragtaa: I MONEY LOANED on all kinds of I Co YAEQER<
One aoqualnted with manufacturing and Qovernmeiit_ lloctI property on short notice. Terms personal FOR SALE-Fine six-room cottage ,on i ........................................... ..........
;- trade and not afraid of work. AddressP. easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W. Romana. East Hill; neighborhood, high and '
O. Box 71!, Qity. 29nov4t I TAILORING I;. Diamond. Tailor Phone 1165. ifeb dry. House on two corner lots. Trees In I 200 Thiesen i
Gent' clothing; cleaned, pressed and repaired yard. AH modem conveniences. Building.
WANTED AT ONCE-Two *r three en short notice No. 11 y.! ,West UNLIMITED amount of money to loan new. Will/ sell cheap .or House.1 for Phone 686.
good; glasiacS Apply in person. Saundrrs -' Government. .. Pensacola FU. on all kinds of personal property.'Special property near IP town. Address .Mrs. A.
Mill Co., Brent road. "Snovlw.TILE rates to business men on large M. Care'Journal :25nov I I I PANAMA CITY j I II
WANTED-A. R. Blofham wants your loans. The New York Loan Co20411

printer.DFUNIAK Good pay HERALD and light work.wants a all moving breakage.and_ Phone hauling,630..' He .guarantees South Palafox. PANAMA Journal-a CANAL magnificently EDITION Illustrated of The FOR RENT.FOR .

J Z7nov'lw'tvA,7ED.ho. WANTED-The Merc ...nts Transfer magazine containing scores of view of i .
Co the city and harbor. Fo role RENT Nicelv furnished :
wants FOR ADOPTION.FOR t all 8-room
your and .
moving
: 1 cook for bridge camp hauling. All book,stores or at The JournU house
olSce. By on North Hill' second door from
: at South El! ambM. salary $40 breakage guprnte T. B.. Thoen '
Address
mall. 20 cents. Zlscit car line. For particulars address No. 8
PJoprletoPhon3 ;
978.
i J. C. 11&swell..J.lulat.o 26no\6t ADOPTION-One orphan boy. ,7 East Strong. Idee FLORIDAI I
Ar-"TED-All kinds of electrical work. years old. Will b<> given for adoption FOR SALE-Large furniture wagon and i
I sell all kinds of electrical: batteries to responsible parties. For 'particulars harness in good condition. Fisher Fur- FOR, RENT-Two nioe: double stores on I
; BOARD AND ROOMS. and other electrical supplies. When you apply Pearl Eagan Home or Mrs. Wm. niture house, IIS and 140 East Intenden- East Intendencia street between Pala-
need ma ring 215 cr 955.' E. W. Peake Fisher President. 'l&nov cia street. .. Snov fox and Tarragona. Inquire at the Fisher i .1
4 New Star Laundry Bld '. E. Garden. Real Estate I
Agency. 2!
A \.PLEASANT hot *lik* place to board FOR ADOPTION-One orphan boy T FOR SALE-Half-Interest in one of the nov
ov North IOU :2d! door from Car line. WANTED- econdhalroach of all de years old. and one orphan baby boy 5 beet furniture houses, South Alabama. i
t )tote Sto.rci scriptions wanted. If out of town ship months old. Will be given for adoption to Reason for selling to devote more time FOR RENT-A. R. t :1oa.. storage I NEW DEEP WATER PORT. RAllWAYTERMINAl |
them to us; if in town. ring us up at No responsible parties. For particulars apply to other interests. Call on or address W. room for rent, fun iture
f YURNISHXD ROOMS for rent. 324. or bring them to us at corner of Pearl Eagan Home or Mrs. Win. S. bheppard Florala,_ Ala llnov)tn or other goods. 104 and IOC South Tar .
with, of without board. Table board. Chase and Alcaniz Sts. F. S. Mellen & Fisher. President. lOony ragona street Phone 39. :
Phone ,8&$ and bath. No. 3 Palafox. Co. ZSjuiy FOR SALE-S room house, good location;: ON BEAUTIFUL ST. ANDREWS BAY \
r 27novBOO1IH Jackson Square Coffee stands for best water in the city. A bargain. Apply -
quality put in 25c 50c and $1.00 9th avenue and 16th street ISnovlm i

f.t: suitable' -Two for light furaished housekeeping.front rooms.Use MISCELLANEOUS.MATTRESS air tight tins.up It pleases others. Why FOR SALE-111 acres excellent *
pineappleand ij OHERN[ [EXPRESS f.
CO.Io ij. ] Panama
F of adr.e:: otlJho'n Apply i>22 Kast not try it? orange land on Jupiter river; excellent } I; Hotel open, Saw and Planing Mill ma- *

k :&nov AND FUn.1\ITCRJ.-lat market; close to railroad/ ; three 3 chincry here. Cement Block Works here. 1200-foot *
tresses made to order and also renovated miles from ocean; some improvements;
f FURNISHED ROOMS for rent at 212 ; new .ti Store J
; building
". West Gregory street. ISnovlm second-hand furniture modern or an STRAYED.STRAYED Aycock. Fla. Snov
t. I tique. bought and sold.* Davis Manufac | going Atlanta & St.
Andrews
FOR RENT-Pleasant furnished room. turing Co., 111 East Belmont street. FOR SALE-At a bargain pacing Furni:: up.' Bay Ry. nearingthe :
southern exposure second'< floor. Comer Phone 771.' : nov from Skinner's mill bay ture business at 139 East Intendenclastreet. I city.-
f loth avenue and 12th street near East horse with cropped tail. Finder will Address Box 325. City 8nov :
I ,11111 ar line. llnov MISS LEILA REESE has fresh cut flowers please return to Robinson's Livery
on hand. Order tak'n for special Stable. SOnovlw FOR SALE-One. fine wall 'Case,,'25 feet
FOR RF:1\"T-Rooln8 with or without occasion. Phone 282. ISnovlm long. S feet high with ribbon case 10 i

Rua board.b*. Men only. Apply 17 West 7novlm La- WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP-We feet long.case separate.for any kind Will of make merchandise.fine display GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR I

t FURNISHED- ROOM for are now In car new quarters, 214 E. PERSONAL. Apply to ,Ii L. Reese. 17 North Pali' fox, all .
rent. of the .
Apply 301 Intendencia. entrance also at 11$ Romana. Zdnovlm parts countryThe
W. Chase street.
21oct and prepared to do everything in : '
and carriage building and repairing.wagon EoI D. E. A. R.-A CHICLET will make you FOR Write or See :
p.2- SALE-Thoroughbred pedigreed .
Herring, Phone 923; City. feel better. Why not try It? .
14oct. Pointer
Puppies. {10 and $15. Signed.


t LO"T-On LOST.No. 22 I I pet MATTRESSES furnished taken up if desired.and RENOVATED matting Guaranteed.laid.-New Leaveorders Car tick ):.o.t'R.S.; I I FOR Bagdad SALE Kennels.CHEAP-Large Bagdad.. Fla.concert llnovlm talk- ecelres Southern and forwards Express freight Compan;. i THE PANAMA CITY REAL ESTATE COMPANY .?I

dopot car Friday
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I't4 a ladles' hand satchel containing e"t'lnf at Watson Parker Reese Co.s. FOR SALE. ing machine for lovers and of 50 music.select'disc B. E.records.A Hawley noney, and valuables. of all descrip
snap
f JIrs J5. Finder!% Ueirne will 217 please North leave Cevallos tame street with Wesley, Duncan.. 7sept FOR SAI..E-Three-year-old Jersey cow ; 361 West Chase, City. 3dec- ions toO. i41 parts of ,the country ......................... .........................4..

and rt-crive reward. Zdeclt LIL PORTER sallmaker. its South calf. Can be with for
Palafox street. Orders taken for tents and heifer street. seen at 1118 E.* FOR SALE J25.00 cash for Remington connections Canada, Mezi .

LOST-. Findor of pocketbook on Belt car awnings!: camp stools ,and house cots. Strong 2Sno'lw.l''OR Typewriter In first-class writing order; 50, Havana, Cuba, European points WcnUav'eTlxltTJZZ te U
t No .:*yesterday, return to Mrs. g. etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan reason for selling. have no use for same .
L* SVLE-1 second-band safe. 1 roU- here. Address HB." Care Journal ulVVUsJ O1IeflefmorphWe, EVENSVILLE &
: Betrne, 217 North Cevallos. for reward. SHIP r-"DL'ERS-fcK1nale O-vtlng top desk. and 1 dray. all in good con .ilnovim'FOR Us. :u-oI::= :
i. Ideclt & Co.. wholesale and retail ship crandlers dition. Apply H. F. DeBroux. Warring- The: Southern Express Compan ; .
and ton Fla. JSnovlw SALE 10.000 :whlstey.a
-- grocers. Only flrst-clasa UE' acres round timberland
of kind in city. Fair prices to all. 12.500 saw mill Umber and saw 'p rates on 30,000: miles of first O 1" book: of pits TERRE HAUTERAILROAD
SALE House and lot at 1013 00 bm.or
t I HOTELS. FOR East mill 32-roora hotel at- a bargain. Several .
MILTON UPHOLSTEJEUNG SHOP-Wil Jackson street. $160d Apply to G. A. good farms and town properties. 'lass routes, and in connection wit! tresatt
f: lie Mims. Proprietor. Furniture repairing Dohlstrom. 1013 East Jackson street, or Write Gentry & Setterbnd Chipiey. Fla. he-"Adami "ftlt
LCCKRAUT 1I0T L. Lockhart Ala., of all kinds carpets laid furniture 818 South Palafox. 27novlra :3eptFOR Express Company, 01hrough
k new :manager.ient. newrencn"ated., packed for shipping. Phone 63.: : _,
'" nice rocms. lath: anil all accommoda Next to Tampa landing. 22aprilIt FOR SALE-Small iron safe. Price $%0. SALE-Forty acres lana. well Um : way-bills, with throogtars THE DIRECT LINE TO
%*ons. Special attention to traveling men. Fisher Furniture House 138-140 East bered. good house. 1H miles east of : and through
Special rates to weekly boarders. J. ALPMAN-Tin. Copper and Sheet Intendencia street. 3nov Olive Fla.. Address Jas. T. Gerelds. P. O messengers,, per'orma
i Kodgers, Prop. fSnov Iron worker: cornice work and sky- Box 164. City. 9novlm ..a .unified service conetitutin : CHICAGOand
lights a specialty; roofing guttering and FOR SALE CHEAP-Second-hand buggies ; COLORED ,:LODGE.I. .
BROWN HOUSE-DeFuaUK Bprtngs. repairing 109 East Government opera and wagons. If you want a bar FOR SALE OR TRADE-Seven. H. P. he largest system. of the kind -. the
Good beds airy rooms, elegant weals: house building. Phone 660. Residence gain In a second-hand vehicle of any description wood mill; complete order.: Win cut ha world. all points in
r free bath and sample rooms. SpecialAttention phone 1316. call or write W. E. Taylor. Chip- twenty cords of wood per diy; tears to Northwest.
I. O. S & D. of North and
to traveling men. Rates $2.00 St. L.
ley, Fla. 23novlm right party or will trade for stock or Money Orders are sold ** *"
per day. J. R. Brown. Prop. other property. Address J. A. Donal on. Howard Council No. 1'
; FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mehlen DeFuniak Springs. P1*. 23nov2w -nc'es of the Southern and Bethlehem
iOTEL SOUTHERN-Open all the FOUND. & Sons' piano in handsome rosewoodcase. Exprwompany Council No. 2, Independent Orderof
t .' year. American and, European plan. A bargain. Piano lan be seen FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-Half blockIn at reasonable hours It. Sons and Daughters of 81. Luke Exceptionally Low Roun-;?
: Special summer rates. First-class in by calling at the Kandy HJtrDen. 3ocl New City near Bay ,View park; will ,
respect. Pleasant and FOUND-Relief from Indigestion 'pt; is given *. meets 2nd and 4th Wednesday nightsof
i. very convenient by a exchange for cottage ,or sell cheapif anr money is rexuniJ Trip Rates to all Summer
. Mrs. T. L. Bowen. Prop, P nsacola girl who chews CHICLETS. FOR SALE and Immediate delivery one taken at once. Mrs. R. Owsley. 1108 E. each month at nefr-hiin on Tarragona -
Fla. ISapr'BAT GRAY automatic tandem compound center Strong. Zlnovlra* if order i* lost. between Intendencia and Ro Tourist Points.
HORSE white spot In foreheadand crank,steam engine of about 169 horsepower '
j HOTEL-Open night and day. European left- hind leg white. Owner can and two .return tubular FOR SALE-A fine tract -of land near This is the c eapest'wa7 to sene- mana streets. D. Howard r. C. H.
plan. Rooms light and clean I have sam by-paying for this ad.Myrtle inches diameter by 1C feet long..ootJd city. Part heavily Umbered: part mall remittances by mail Rev. C. H. Jones Secy. No 1 Frank D. H. Hillman, S. L. Rogers.

J'&arOL Transient Jos.trade:8.: solicited.Mcolau. ProD.h 575-579:. South Grove Poultry Farm Myrtle Grove, Fla. : particulars .apply Box 830.Stone PenMtcola.& Webster Unov Ens.Corporation. ,East cleared.Gadsden.Call phone 2S5, or address ISnovlm ito iae., Or. ot1.et. No.Scott.2 F C. H. Stella Dawson Secy. a. P. &. T. A. .. General Agent .
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,, :.: '- J ''l -. Arrived Yesterday. } s
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r \ .- "j.'- "rJI" -.' Vniac, Port bk. Cachin, 831.: Rio Ja- j

aVi--: : 'fiev. niero Clara- to E.master.Randall.Cleared_ Yesterday.'Am ecir. Carlson. 863;' .

for; Philadelphia with 700,000 s ft lumber: hr
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't? (!.. -_ ,.; _. ";.! '\ a coG1 VESSELS IN PORT.SteamsmPL ,
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.J" !7 Alfred Menzele ,Cer fa, :
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.....dii11 .- :- Jorgensen 1288
'" : -.,'. ,.:- .. St. Vincent, to H. Baars & Co.
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:: "' Boltennall Br es. Simmons 2337. Bremen hu the a
to Gulf Transit Co.
; m Helsingburg- Swed se. Schriel.! 1422, .
Huelva to Hyer Bros. .t i
c Homburg Ger ss. Matthiesen. 1483,

And don't fail to watch for our ad in The I Gulf Rotterdam Ida Transit Span to 8S Co.the. Arano W.' .S.2160 Keyser Liverpool Co. to Purity. TA ,

iN Cayo Largo. Br 8S. Davey 2223, Tam- as easytose'a; 1

g Journal's Big Christmas Edition December 1 6th.t pico Lord to Stanley Gulf Transit Br es.Co Cunningham.. 3066,'j :pure article t y 1
St. Vincent to Transit Co. '
Gus that t r
I *. same money you ;
Q t Avantt Nor snip .AIlaer on. 1I4S, Lon. the adulterated. If i !s4
The market places have been gleaned to fill I don to order. Id ,
a I to-Ferrelra master. Tort ship, Barroa. 606. Lisbon Whisky is what you t t

a Harbinger. Bus ship 1399 Algo& 'Bay ask for J& > J* J* ,J&
with for Christmas andm .
I our store good things 13 to Ingrid master.Nor ship Dannell. 1260. Antwerp .
to McK. Oerting & Co. BIOORE""AA" 1

we are preparing to have the Largest Sale and W, I ..Lena order.Ital ship Ba... Tassara kL 1581. Londont '. sl t

Afredo. Uruguayan bk. Maiag&s. $S7 GOUDRJNG. <,: .
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I T.i. Biggest Bargains of useful l articles_ in the ,history Montevideo Alfhld.to master.Swell to IL bit ri., fetensen.Thornton.: lU:. Durban -i' PCNSACOLA.DISTRIBUTOR.FLA. t t

,Andrea .Nor bk, Quale 114 Durban t
.rt rE of our business Watch our ads master. B. \\hidden Br bk. Morrison. 349 f.c. : : GEM SALOON, ,

Lat Palmas to Southern States Lumber .
& Schad, Props.'f. f

i jet M-! Our Doll Bed Sale will be a wonder of the J 11E 23?'t Co.CanipbeD.Stavanger Charles Racine..to. Nor'McK' Nor bk.Oerting bit Kausken.. \\aage& Co. 1109 1S26,; ? {fl,, !'1f


Genoa Chacma.to master._I or bk. Jorgensen. 657., I E CTO RY'a :
t age. Nothing like it has ever been seen or 1)1)f Fleetwood to- order. 7 '1 z
Hereford. Nor bk. Jensen. 1380. Rosarioto
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1$ Uelmdal.order. Nor bk. Hensen. 1354:; Hull NAL. '' ; '
heard of before. Will take place a few days before .: to order. h s f' t p!
Humberto. Spanbk. 1111 Battle Havana :
: to order.Ingebiorg. B. BARTON, k'
;! ChrIStmas. Nor bk, Eid 1250 East Lon (
i: fI don to order. At Law. '
Isabel Browne, Rus bk. LJndquist, 1231 '
Building Palafox street. ;
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44 Hull to master. In all the state and United -_ ,
t eS Kink Oscar H. Nor bk Johnson, 752, Twenty-three years' ex. l '
,- to A. Zellus.
t t Rosario
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1 Wi Ulla. Nor bit, Aanonsen 1930 Santosto I ;
J 0. I order.
Mt' E Lluls.to Uruguayan order. bk Lopez. 700 'Havana YATES, M. ]D.Optician. ., I

= Lysglint, Nor bk Hansen, 1332, Swak p- I 11
tf mund to McK. Oerting & Co. : s
f3' Maria, Ger bk, French 1922:! Kings Thiesen Building.
I f _I4i Lynn to master. .
j' Marina Madre. Ital bk. Simonetta an Ere s
I I lfllt 14S3. Genoa to order. Examination fre.. ''
{ 1 i Mecca, Nor,bk EUefsen, 995 Hamburgto
A. Zelius ; Zi a'6Ta l a o'o r a if ,1 I
Negpore. Nor bIt Ojerdsen. 1128 East F
London to A. Zelius.Olnari PHILLIPS, Ph. M. ',
Ital ,bk. Costa, Genoa to order -
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4t .r ": .. ,. ,;;t : Homeopathic.
I Ophelia Nor bk Lare.!'on. 1127 Bahia f
I Blanca to Gulf Transit Co.. I and SURGEON. 1 r
Pallas. Nor bk.. Johnson 1219 Ply- Residence! 12 N. Palafox. t

V-- *IDJW "--. 'JIJI q-- ,... g, JI"-- Mi l.mouth to A. Zelius to 11 a. Moo 1 to 5 p. m.
) tJjUJtd; f.U..tWJ.I! .;t ill; ;aI; WN I. C64 Robert, Barbadoes Scrafton to McKenzie Nor bk. Morthensen.Oerting & Phone 65

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II to A. Zelius &. Co. Ausfeld. F. M. Blount. -

c : : I Clara E- Randell Schooners.. Am ech 8W, Caibar- & BLOUNT .8
'MARKET J
i REPORT m BONIFAY ijl fen Cuba, to J.-A, Merrltt &; Co.-- Architects :
} Doris. Am .echo Eastman :310. ;. Havanato Bid3., 43 Moses Bid. '
r.-'t'S"'i: E STIlts .. : : : = =:=== ::: : : ,= =:= : = ." J. A. Merritt &"Co. Fla. Montgomery, Ala. E +k ,+
Donna Christina Am ech. McLcod. 155,
I Special to The Journal Belize to master. ,
NAVAL STORES.
lURPE .' ./ 'v o.8oJC annah. Ga., Dec. 1.-The naval Bonifay Dec. 1.'-'Miss Nellie Detane. Domira Br .sell*. .,Reddie 2001..-'St.. Lucle A. BORMANS, I }. '
673C stores market closed to-day as follows: i Miss Annie Bell Devane Miss to master.
and
Am sen, Superintendent
Freddie Heuckeu. Bryant 475.
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1VG .. .. Lffa Charles, :Miss Lola Mood, Mr Havana to master.a. -305 Brent Building. f
!N .. H.ii..Hi.mm.m..iiH il Chas. Prim Mr. Albert Finney and Baskentlnes.t.Beatrice.Ital Pensacola. Fla. "
9 M : .. I others composed a crowd chaperoned master. bktn" Marcben Savona.to

II ............. ... .4 SO b> Mr and Mrs Fcrli? -bo-v.-ent out Thyra. Dan .bktnt Rasmunsen 260, Bar SOCIETIES.ri
:J..4: : : I on a bay ride recently to'Ii cane badoes to,order..!, t '

i0. :Y .:..::::::::..:::::::::::..::..::::::::i : I Ili I miles grinding from at Mr.here.Harrel out about six L_Bl|>9.s Centlpeds. ; LODGE, NO. a. ii }1 "g it I,
.. .. Y wee.'r Lodge No. 3. K. of P. I
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O Mr and Mrs. tf. D Miller had 'asocial Lizard snake, And natural electric Monday evening at 7:30 .
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li ::::::: .::::::.t..3:..:.:..:: :.:.:3 ii one night this week at viicn light! ..plant all.rolled into one-thh i their stable,temporary West utendenci Castle Hall BU

spirits Turpentine_66't t"l1ts.. the young folks spent the time the luminous eeutiped' one of the most cordially welcomed. ,
pleasantly with music and games. B. H DEXNUID. C. O I
creatures In nature. It fo
Pensacola Cotton Market. Interesting 1''
}Ion. C. M. Cox left this evening K. of K. A S.
Tile following Pensacola. cotton quota
about one and;" a qtmrter Indies long
tions are furnished by S. P. O'Conor & for Geneva. Ala. OF REBECCA. '
NOTICEElf' Co. F. O. 'B- cotton-., brokers. Pensacola i i! \"i'; Bludworth came over from: and covered narrow wltbshortbar's.' } Its body ; ] \ { : ( & No. 10 Daughters ol r
lonja: Is. :and 'appearsto be In Monday night at
Good middlng: ,_. ......_,...........10!4 DeFunlak Springy this morning. very L O.every O F. halj. V lilting { i ''
Strut middling ..?....................IDSMiddling I Some of the salvation, folks are in sections. In consequence of IbU peculIar invited to be present i
..............................10 4 Bonifay to-dav formation the creature appears to s.n J. T. PULLIAM. N. O. t
Strict low middling ................. 9";" lion J. NEVILLE. Sec.
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Hathawa sidewise when
Low middling ........i.:............. S'i! cameover move except: : frlghten'clLThen
dive I from Vte tville to-day, whrr3 ho? 11.1d the natural l electric light plant LODGE NO. 80. i
Sunday DANCE MONDAY.Mrs. I I been visiting feature appears, and, with an almost lodge, No. 99, KnIghts ot I
I Holbrook will have dancing school J. D. Crews of Westville 'was In every Thursday ''e
i Monday night at C. K.-IIalL Good music' town ,' Instantaneous ivavelike: l motion, beginning Members ot sister lodges
and a pleasant time to-day. at the tail the color of the reptile brethren cordially: invited ,
Dec c tuber 2nd 1906 !> I I I Charlie Cotton's' new residence will J. t.c ROPER, C. C. .'
soon. be finished. changes from orftnte.toa: greenish K R. S. t.
i f phosphorescent, shade. Then sparkling
'SPRING '
( A. No. 31. meets first and
Leaving time of 1 ,BLUFF Knights of Pythias. with a tiny streak} of green light the evening, at 7:JO p. mow }. } ,,
r Pensacola Lodge No. 3, K. of creature darts away to a place of ref- No. If, West IntenleacU .
.. :::::: h :: =: = s P. will hold regular meetingMonday A. Q. FELL Pres. Y I
= : u e"hen one of its pair is in search Secy. ; ',
; ;- : : night. December :3. at of its mate the color a bright : + i
a Special to'The Jeurnst., 1 I grows
L.N. 7 30 o'dQckp. m. Election of officers I LA LODGE NO. 4. |. O. O. r. ; -
Bluff Springs. Dec. 1.-Messrs. W. grand lodge representatives and aUternates yellow but at will! the centiped can resume : Lodge No. 4.: L O. O. F*
.\. Knapp* A\iU Plllingira and Lee Members of sister lodges; visiting its darker: color; and then if ly- Thursday evening at
brethren and every member of No" 3 : hall on Belmont and 1.a #
Willi,1.ins returned yesterday from 'a requested to be present to glwelcome ing close to the gram :of a piece of .. brethren cordially! 1
hunting trip down the n"er where to P. C., Brother Marcus Ende4'state oianizer. wood, is hardly noticeable.The B. W1TROVSKT.. N. 0. 4 f
Train No. 4 they spent several days very pleasantly ;: 'hoiU) fully explain the new Secretary + i i I

And had a jolly time. thias plans Insurance of Supreme Department Lodge Knights/ of Pj-_ Herd "Ca.t e.." W.O.W. .'

Mr A. J. Cowart died at *iis home' U. IL DENNAHD A.''strange etymological history is Camp No. t, W. O W, '
here last Sunday mornlrs after an HENKT HORSLKK, C. C. hall the 1st and 3rd; .'
will be 12:10: p. m. illness of several months and was I K. U. :S. that possessed by the word "canteen" In each month. Visiting j
Invited ,
cordially ,
which has caused so much talk intemperance
buried Monday at Pleasant Hill ceme F A BoomcH, c. c.
Escambia No. 15 F. & A. M. + c
Cowart' of the old' Regular and army circle*-1 its on E. BROOKS. Clerk. ,
instead of 11:55 tery. Mr. ;:was one communication of Es-
: a. 'm. est citizens of Escambia county: He ramhla Lodge No. 15. F. & gin is correctly assigned to the old : i'
A -X M. will be held- Monday iYencn; drip coffee Si'
leaves four daughters and two sons Latin: "qnintana. which literally means
I evening. December :3rd at No premiums. Sold
and a number of grand children. "of the fifth rank" or "fifth in order. .A
I I 7:30 clock. Visiting brethren its merits. Ask for it at;
Florida Mr. and Mrs.; Tom Douglas and lit I fraterna:'> Invited. The "qulntana! : (via)" was a street in : jsr. ,
and Alabama
tle son of Pensacola spent last Sun- C. D. BBYEK.: W.. M. the Roman camp so called because it
WTHE G. DAILEY. Secretary;
day with relatives here; came between the fifth maniple, or Lode No. 6. I. O..OF.F. ,.
LAND l COMPANY Miss Lillie Jernigan of Milton, has No S. L O nets: I
CONVENTION and the sixth. Here all the 1
returned to. her home .after a visit J company:: : evening, at 7:30 o'clock at {t .
business and marketing of the camp Corner Baylen and Belmont ;' ; '
Manufacturers with relatives here. AT GUTHRIE OKLA. I. f i
ol: ,. brethren cordially invited r t :
and Dealers in Miss Bessie Taylor and brother ; 1 here done, and "quintana" eventuallycame C. L. SMITH, N. O. .{ t
LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHIN- Mr. William Taylor: of: Foshee. Ala.I Bv Associated Press.. to mean a market-Chicago Secretary. t t' i ip'
aLES AND KILN.DRIED SAP. came down to attend the funeral of Gutherie, De*. L;The tim6 of' the I I'ews.
their grandfather Mr. Cowan. constitutional convention to-day was!

)[r. \V A. Knapp. of Greenwood is i taken up in considering the various: Simplified. ARK. t
visiting friends here. constitutional provisions Separate I 'It is said of a noted Virginia Judge

Z Mr' Londy Davi\. .of Caryvllie is coaches trust provisions and railway that in a pinch he always came out
I Gulf of Mexico.
TheGeniune at home on 'a visit.tn his parents Mr regulation measures were the most j ahead. An Incident of his childhood j' t
important in.roduced.Zhe.
Davis.
and Mrs. Gus
'_ I might go to prove thi*. and fishing season now on, i
I M-. Dancer Ccrlcy and: Miss Genie said his father when within easy reach. 1; ,
------------ "Well Benny,
I Purdr of Pensacola spent Thanhs- !I a+
thc.lad had been going ta: school about .
\ giving; here with relatives and i advantages as at
friends. I Man wliiAa a month, ""what did yon learn today' part of the winter months.

Mr and :Mrs .II." C. McDavid of CrokinfsCJ "About the mouse, father." 1 1 INN.
tChumuckla visited Mrs. D. F. McDa "Spell mouse" t
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modern aM
Article management
vid here thi3 week. After a little pause: Benny answered: will afford special attention U.
Mr Whiting Hjer .of. Pensacolawas ."Father I don't believe it was a ,i fishing parties.
up one day this week on business rr mouse after alL It was a rat."-Cleveland i .
Florida
THAT'S with the gravel company by the Georgia 4
connected
Plain Dealer. I I Convenient schedule) t i
of this place. : now I In effect. 1
I J. O Lawrence ol Pine Barren I l ;
Sharp Tontpie.
'\\:1S.a. pleasant visitor here Friday.Mr .' Sydney Sraltb accommodations write LAN
PIEl BROS. and Mrs Williams of Walnut Sydney Smith was at a party one I Lanark. Fla.

Hill have moved to ,our tmra and evening when. seeing Mrs. Groty' wife : .. railroad ratel. etc.. wrlti
are living at theirne'w home the of the historian enter, wearing a rose J. H. MCWILLIAMS t
REAL Garrett 'place recently ;:i purchased by colored turban be suddenly exclaimed, Gen. Pass. Rgent.Balnbridje, Ga. a% i
GERMANs Mr. '\\illiamsMr. "I now know the meaning of the word 1 .
and Mrs.. Garrett have moved grote3lUeDe: professed his cordial ; --
to their new home out on the hilL liking for both her and her husband. St. Andrews and ;

LAGER BEER Quite a .'crowd pf young folks saying; : "f like them. I like him, he Is Steamship Co. # I I.
spent last Saturday evening with HiP '
MOBILE BUCK so ladylike and I like her she's such TARPON. ,
Misses Tisdale's- their home and G. BARROW Master :
were entertained very pleasantly and will take out the kinks, and give a perfect gentleman. :
TRY IT! enjoying a bountiful supoly of cane you new life. Invigorating _and_ Between SERVICE.- ,' ; i ,
Great Art.
for witha English
strengthening. men
juice and''sugar cane. Those who MOBILE. AP LACHICo. *
weakness. It will new to have great difficulty E. ST. AN. .
give you Foreigners appear -
ONLY comoosed the party were Misses lima F4
15c A BOTTLE MILLV1LLE.
life and put on feet representative examples i
Davis. Florence. Fillin im. Birdie you your again. In acquiring : on Stv Andrews Bay Car- y 1
$1.50 Patrick. An.ni.. C., and Marry Lee Me- All geed dealers tell a."B of,the English! school of palntI I I I ell and Aoalachlcola.SCHEDULE.. r } ; ?
PER DOZEN David. Kate Taylor Ella Douglas and and with good reason. Our art Is I i .i
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Ing Sunday, 8:JO p. tILe 44. ; ,
Gracie Brockwav and (essrs. Terry & B"ATLA.MA. more fruitful in attractive hybrids than i Ala. ,- lI

Douelas. W. A. Knaoi Rob. Will and the art'of any other country In the. I I ,Mllhrlhe.Tuesday Apalachlcola.8:30 p nt, :'t ; .,,
i
Carrie Fillmgim.: \Vill> Jones, x.e1lUam's % '
world.-Burling ton Magazine.A and Intermediate points. 'i.
Morris Dannheisser \\ and Roddie Davjs. information\ ancly to .-. '
Mr. Padrlck of fensacola representing i mediocre when he J. R. SAUNDERS.President ,' P i
maD ''Is never { i
HW.zirragossaSl Bass &,Cw.: was here Friday. Iir146i and much' good 1 Frt. and Pass. Agt. Pen i
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Miss Ella 'Douglas entertained a has much good sense I sacoU. Fi.

few of her- friends Thursday evening feeling.-Joubert.

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I FORTI FI CATIONS I ruU .'. ", HOUSE' BOOKS

QUALITY

I An Ugly Roof Will Spoil .



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!n "I got out of the habit of reading
.Z .3 tff 1f S' x c i:'.a ltfi -' i rears ago" booq
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p ': x c:? xf. Do you not spend more money and
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Ys Y' less satisfaction than you did when r.J

had the book-reading habit?
And by the same token a hat
I In reading good books you are
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I timing your education beside entcrtaa:
poorly chosen will detract from
I and the guns are trained on it witb lug yourself

any man's appearance. almost mathematical precision.Poor If yon buy your books. you a., "21 :j_
Pay for Ttchpical Work another good object You entertain
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ROASTED CO
SQUARE
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When it is considered that, the men educate your family.
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who operate these technical instrc I have over 4.000 books, ovenr*

TRY ONE OF OUR NEW HATS ments, who have charge of the electrical ____ full range of English literature ;-the K/,
I Mother Goose .(in wash goods,
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i apparatus, the telephones, the __ __ ft
works of
Goethe with
side-step '
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dynamos, the engines and .all of the :LF : I humor and pathos, by the best -n__,
Will improve your appearance. There's a I other modern equipment of'a modern of this and other days. "*

fort are all 'enlisted men who have, _
Bindings: Paper here for :If i
All !
shape ever taste colors.
to learn how to do all these things bossed padded leather suitabic ;JT gHARRY -:V.
after they are enlisted. and who receive '
) Give him a hat for a Christmas gift. a salary of only $13 per month -

for their highly technical services,
the more the wonder that the United

$2.00 to $5.00 States army can find any men at all SECURITY AND T. HOWLAND
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under existing circumstances who are ROASTED
COFFEE:
willing to enlist for-a period of yearsfor Manager De Luna Book Store,
such pay. And It is no wonder JACKSON SQUARE
that after these men have become De Luna St. Phone 1131.
proficient in'.this work they leave the

service when the term of their enlistment IMPORTERS' COFFEE CO. Ltd.
THE JOHN WHITE STORESpecialists expires to take positions in private ,

Ute at high salaries, thus' mak New Orleans, U. S. A. -
ing it necessary for the army to begin :
over again and train new men to OPERA HOUSETHE
in Men's and Boys' Wear fill the positions which the govern Agents.J

ment will not pay its experiencedmen The Lewis Bear Company
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Phone 225 205-207 '8. PALAFOX to retain. ,
ACROBATIC
The present strength of the ,coast WONDER
artillery is about 13,000 all told. The .
t Mr. Ben
II, bill which will be presented to congress Dunhrm
will orobably provide for an In
,t Assisted ':
:'J- >
crease of 5,000 men or Just enough

BUY to serve the guns which are now almost I''MAYOR BLISS AIVD t BAD MONEY IN Mrs. Dunham
and Willie
rusting because of lack of men WORK ON THE DIG
ALL MAGAZINES AND PERIODICALS SOUVENIR POSTAL CARDS to keep them in proper condition. Farine
FLORIDA CURIOS. SOUVENIR NOVELTIES. Senator Mallory Favors Increase.; THE CORNER STONESAYS CIRCULATIONPOLICE ,
PURSES AND POCKETBOOKS, CREPE
AND TISSUE PAPER, of Pensacola.
When asked relative to his positionon
LEATHER POSTAL CARDS, PRAYER BOOKS AND HYMNALS,
BIBLES, LATE NOVELS, CATHOLIC PRAYER BOOKS. this matter. Senator Mallory said

C OE'S B 00 K STORE 23 SOUTH PALAFOX STKttlBurnt on returning to the city yesterday CHRISTMAS HE HAD PLANNED TO HAVE FIND SEVERAL,TEN CENT
Building. fhout 233: afternoon that he would favor such

------ ------- ,- an increase and that he thought ender ELABORATE CEREMONIES PIECES AND ARREST J. M. DECEMBER 10 1906.
existing conditions some action ,
by congress was highly essential. WHEN_ .IT IS -LAID. RUTLEDGE.The ..

"My visit to the torts has inter
1i' ested and pleased me greatly said EDITION MANY NEW FEATURES TO BB

Senator Mallory "and I was glad of Mayor Chas. H. Bliss has issued the circulation of'bad.dimes in' the INTRODUCED.

the opportunity to see something''of following city :
: ,yesterday caused the arrest of
the actual working conditions there. The of stones of J. M. Prices-25c 50c and 75c.
Evidently there are not enough men laying corner Rutledge, colored upon the i ,

Iri, In the service to properly care for the Journal., Is Getting Ready to churches notable buildings, court charge of being,a dangerous and suspicious _

fortifications which we now have houses,, citi halls etc, are often ,at character. The arrest. was THE CYPRESS
and while I do not of course think it Issiie a'Fine Number Be- tended with 'appropriate 'ceremonies made by Cap Fondebilla who after LUMBER CO

.
: necessary to increase our forces to a ,
rte war footing. I do think that several and' _serve to' interest the people In an investigation traced the money to APALACHICOLA. FLA.

thousand more men are necessaryA fore Christmas.Work the enterprise and advertise the matter the negro who keeps a restaurant on Manufacturers of

war footing would probably require abroad. Sometimes the ceremoniesare Tarragona street.

40.000 men. We now have only about simple, consisting of prayer short
Early in the
morning one ten cent
13000. An increase of 5.000 would on The Journal's big Christ addresses and the putting ia place of Cypress Shingles

not be unreasonable as we would mas edition ,is progressing: (a most 1 I a simple corner stone.- In other instances : piece made its appearance and Cap-
then have_only 18,000 men or less I the ceremonies more elab- tain Fondebilla' obtained) possession of 4"x18"

than half that would be necessary ina satisfactory rate.great. turned deal ofadvertising orate and are attended with much it A paying teller at one of the %" x 5" x 18"
"
"
time of war. copy has been in and barbecue
pomp a and In the cornerstone banks pronounced the'money worthless
Before returning, to the city. Col is already up.,and,the,;various' special I is placed a hermetically sealed Cypress Tanks of all Descriptions:
Stewart commanding the post, and features which,will go to make up the I leaden chest, containing such documents and later'two other pieces were WrIte for Catalogue and Price List;

other commissioned officers enter biggest Christmas edition The Journal and records as may be desired.I discovered.
tained Senator Mallory ,and party at had planned in my own mind such Captain Fondebilla then began working
has ever got-out prepared[
are.fifing '
lunch at the post club' directly after type. .: an event for the laying of the cornerstone to find where the money came KNOWLES BROS.Insurance. .
and into
put
which the visitors enjoyed a drill and of
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our new city halL I con-
parade bv four of the companies. 1 oThe-Christmas edition is going to be I('sidered I the time very appropriate. It from and soon had Rutledge under
cated at Barrancas.' arrest The man stated that he had .
: a big. one and a creditable one, and would be beginning of vast public

AT A. NACHMAN'S OFFERA. the,, merchant, who isq not. representedin improvements in the oldest city in the money in his pocket and the cause FIRE, LIFE. ACCIDENT, MARIE\
the ,United States -It of its peculiar that General Agents of
should be.a appearance was
it will be a sore man, after h l ::
,
Xachman. 'Ladies'; Outfitter, of finds out what he has missed. As ef I: time of rejoicing and thanksgiving he had ''quick silver in his pocket The EquitableLIFE
Montgomery, announces in another because! it would be the beginning of '
usual of large number will where the money had ,been carried.
column of this course a : of ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF NEW
issue ,that he will give [Ian era great growth and prosperity.
put off getting their advertising copy I. The coins do not appear to be counterfeits YORK.
all Pensacola !ladies a 25 per cent reduction I I had hoped to have an attendance
on tailor-made. suits in his up until it is too late and they will of all the ministers of the city and but have the appearance of 309 South Palafox Street

store. He offers to, give this discounton have only themselves to blame when have the blessings of Almighty God having been dipped In some solution

mail orders. Read his ad. the paper goes to press without them.3 invoked upon our new work. I had which brightened them as though Just Received.

!hoped to have appropriate ,addresses quick silver had been applied.
Imported Macaroni, Sweet Oil. Cheeses
.
; made by distinguished citizens. I had I mil Pickles Sauer Kraut, Mackerel, Cod
SALESMAN ORDE" YOUR hoped to have the presence of thegOTeroor SUIT CASE AND SOCKSDISAPPEARED Fish Pigs Feet. Spanish Onions, Pilot]

? and other prominent office FROM STORE Bread. French Navy Bread. tverythfrs
is
fresh .
Fruit Cake and
and Pound Cake new.Witch
: 4< : :; I was quite certain we would have a The Hazel }1.00 per gallon
BREAKS RECORD big barbecue and a grand time, all disappearance from the store Marine
fromCHRIS of the Grocery Company.
Watson
Parker'
& Reese Co.
i of which would have been a big advertisement .
V. J. VIDAL, *
PFEIFFER for the city. yesterday afternoon of a suit case, Manaoe

nrY"J i ; In the corner stone I had plannedto containing twelve pairs of socks, _f
tri j; rr k NEARLY'' 60,000 LITTLE MINISTER On East{ Hill. have a leaden chest which should caused the arrest by Chief Deputy A NEW DISCOVERYFor
contain Sanders of E.. M. Thigpen colored,
other
among things:
CIGARS SOLD IN LESS,THAN Fruit Cake 30 cents'per pound. employed at the store Mending Torn Garments Without
as porter and
A copy of the city code of ordi : Sewing or Showing. Did it Ever Hip
Pound Cake 30 Cents pel' pound. nances. he Is now held in the county Jail to pen to VeufAccidently
TWO DAYS IN PENSA- to II'
answer the charge. tear your garment
A of the
copy improvement bond
: Early In the afternoon did you do* Well, you took a new > *
COLA.E. law.A one of the tried'to sew it together, after a ,
copy of ordinances relating to : members of the firm noticed a suitcase was unsatisfactory. The garni "' .
I public improvement. i in the store which had evident ruined and you grave It awlt'or
ALLEN'SFINE Iy been placed there result. My :MAGIC MENDER me j .")
Copies of specifications and I by' some one for ..
contracts kind of without
garment sewingcan't
H. Briody representing the firm the .
on city hall and sewer systems. I purpose of being carried away at tell they were ever torn.matted ..
that manufactures the famous "Little the first convenient'opportunity with full instruction '
List of registered voters. I and ;
Minister" cigar is in the city and List of voters on issue of bonds. I such was done, for while the memberof of 15 cent* tolL

from the amount of business already Copy of city directory. i the firm was'engaged' In an effort M. FEIXGO' n.
done he is evidently a cyclone or hue
Copyright 1906, Copies of the daily,and weekly pa to secure police officer the suit case P. O. Box 353. Penance= rl'*
B. Knppeaheimcr&.Ca.,Chicago. ricane. disappeared. Shortly afterwards Dep-

He is considered' one of the most pers.Rosters of government officialstate' s, utq Sheriff Sanders recovered the
successful men on tue road having goods at the home of the
y pers6nal preference for a single been engaged in that occupation for :,officers including, court council officials, city various officials .{|Thigpen on West Belmont street sister, and of

,
ONL double-breasted could influence over nineteen years yet he claimsto boards and the police and fire department ThIgpen was placed under arrest
lay J coat have broken his sales record In PERFUME i I
I
Pensacola Friday'nd Saturday, dur
choice between these I But circumstances
your ing which time he sold nearly 60,0 00 conspired (if I NEW YEAR'S CALLS
r two suits-the ARWICK and the Little Minister cigars in ,Pensacola. !may 'use the term) to preyent this
auspicious event The
<' He was assisted, however, by Ike ordinance provided A New Drink to Replace the Old Time
f 'f PORTLAND.? The slightly body- Hirschman, who is connected withthe We are the special agentsof |should the supervise'Board the of Public Works "Apple-lack" t

t Lewis Bear Co. of this city. whois new building Twenty-five years ago the custom
lines the \V the popular line of i under instructions of the
tracing give A'RWICK also an expert salesman. perfumes council 1\0 of making New Year's calls was a delightful

a metropolitan finish while the The Lewis Bear Co. is agent for made by "Allan Perfumer came instructions the hurricane had been received. Then one for all! c"oncernel, until
and further disarranged

this brand of cigars and claims to some of the boys got more 'egg-nog*
f PORTLAND'S adherence to conven- have sold over one million and a half St. Louis. I matters. Finally at some I or 'apple-jack' than they could successfully
time unknown
to the
mayor the Boardof 'I
of them this as much as a solid carry.
year
tion bespeaks genuineness ,and worth. car load being shipped at one time a His perfumes were Public Works the Board of Bond I I Then the ladies tried to be chant STRIPES

t.' few months ago_ ed they award-I Trustees or even the architect, the I able and the gentlemen tried to be as
Style and worth- grand prize
genuineness The Little :Minister is a popular :; foundations lor the new city ball had I chivalrous as ever and stand. up at the I

: these are Kuppenheimer attributes five cent cigar and its popularity i is World's? : .- fairSt.. Louis been begun. Instead' of the public some time. I Men who keep astride with
; l being invited to witness,
the
f that's spreading every day in Pensacola' and, I. 19Q4and the lewis '& Clark there event I' If anyone thinks:there has not been the developments of Fash ,ain
why we offer clothes vicinity. were notices painted on ,considerable Improvement
you the made say that STRIPES are t'
"No
gates: : Admittance. '
Exposition Portland 1905 Keep I the last quarter of a It
made century in the
,: by The House of Kuppen- AUCTION SALE.On Out. And the gates were locked not .'use of'alcoholic beverages let him proper caper this: seafcon.We .
and
the
are highest only ,
grade the
against public but also
heimer. stop to ,consider, among' other hare a raft of id
December 10. 1!06. ,at 12 o'clock *" against the officials of the city. things.1 l
made. the fact that the '
goods old'custom of New along this line-but noth-
in I
frontof
noon. I will sell at public outcry Such was the real beginning ofwhat .
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the County Court House at P naacola.FJa.o years calls and the" genteel
tippling lockstepas
BO :suggestive of the
I had
for the benefit of all concerned. hoped to make a red letter .is nearly obsolete.r I
- about one hundred and fifty thousand "Allan's Janice Perfume"has da yfor Pensacola. custom 'of not to be acceptable to c. 'n

;l from superficial alongside feet of the picked! British up lumber 9team!lost hip CHAS. H. BLISS | however at calling'on the: beginning one'friends of's l!i of taste.

H. 0. ANSON Tugela. on the nicbt of September 26th, been well called the soul l i Mayor the new:year..Is a good habit and another All kinds of other jilt
and now piled on the bea"n near Perdido good habit '
to : at'that
start, time here too-if your prefer
wharf. Full particulars wIJI begiven |of the flowers is the ideal l Foe etfal. Is the",use 'of'well-made Tostum Instead
H. & ,
upon application to Baars Co. lies in other direction.
AgenL'W.. F. WILLIAMS. !of the perfumer's art and Why do girls wear engagement of coffee" or spirits. "
Our patterns are all r>; :
Auctioneer. ringsr A Staten Island

si CASH CLOTHIER MEETING.Pensa"oa. |stands as the criterion .of "On the same principle that a person ble daughter'who- has doctor'has set} Postum a sensi before' --they are selected with gi

I i ; Lodge. F. &. X SLRejrcHr high grade perfumes. ties a string around his finger-: so thewon't y drink her' guests as a good thing to est care-and you cant < '
communication Thurs at Yule Tide and
a good to
forget they're way left of them.
engaged on any
Derenier 6. at 7.JOo'clock.
day
. Miss Watson demonstrator begin th.e' New Year. Her father ,
CORNER'PALAFOX AND MAIN Vteithiff Inrtted! brethren fraternally writes: -I
f SUITSTailored
Crael. '
B. M." SOLOMOX. f is with us and invites the Miss "My daughter and I have used PS-1
t \ T. E.. HARVEY Sec., Fortysummers had a proposal tom for to Taste
1
time
.. some past and we'"feel !
ladies .
to call for free last
K; W.1L samples. night and refused It. Miss sure It contains 'wholesome. food ma $20.00 to $50.00
,
t CREW NOTICE Crusher Ton. are always thinking of terial.T. 'I I

1; '' d + Neither the Captain Owners Hooton's the welfare! of others, aren't you. dearThe ? shall not .only recommend It to t

Ii nor consignees of the Spanish Pharmacy, A my patients but my daughter will be
f a will be I DRICKETT. PERSON 6 TARDNER:\
: steamship respon. tomorrow of which we dream most pleased to,give_a demonstration :
for debts contracted
Bible bj
ITt l the crew of said vesseLS The ( never comes,. but the real tomorrow of Postum to our Christmas and New j TAILORS U Brent Building

t. -ARANO.GULP Birthplace Prompt Delivery upon arrival Is merely_a commonplace Year's'callers.." Read the "Road to (Incorporated.)

x r. % TRANSIT Consignee.OX.. Captain PHONHOO} today.-New York,Tribune. son.WelTffle"". ',In pkgs.: "There's a Rea I FRANK B. GARDNER. Manager

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::IDu rrne s PUZ L z; ;Zr:=T rS = T'E2Taw'- -T z.rZL'. -- Advocates Use of Oil on : ; :
TZZtE rrG Jo
4CTAzvuzr.zZf .

I .. c Roads and Says It is a \ : 3 : !_ f; f' t'jll'

Full of Answers Received I .
Box Great Success!
: London, England. 8 i t. ;
Dear Cousin Charley: ; >it -
JQ i4 I l' 1.
Last ynEA
to Sunday's Here we are in "dear old London." '
Wry landed in Liverpool on Fridry INTERESTING ARTICLE ON THE ., ;. lw+!

Pictures. : afternoon after six days on the water Y'S SUBJECT BY ARTHUR f
STEM REPRODUCED ,
rk J: and I tell you it felt good .to be on if :; l.t

tow. dry land once more. Soon after we v ,;: FROM THE SEPTEM. ti I"{I': t; I)
came in sight of land a tug-came out S ,.1 +
iE JOURNAL'S PRIZE DOLLAR to meet us and revenue Inspectorscame BER :ISSt1EoF tVt&t&K THE NATIONAL S J f I ,i

AWARDED TO MARY SOUDER, aboard. We were all told to de- GOOD Ro1ns MAGAZINE.The .
clare our baggage. I told him I had'a ', t

OF DELTA, FLA.-BOX OF CANDYWC .+ suit case' and a spotted'dog. He ask- Times has previously natel-the i r 1 t i
_.s ed me if the dog was full blooded andI --v. --- presence in the city this week of Hon. : : 1 111\
6Y WESTERLY HOWE, OF XRa said yes. He said full-blooded] what? A. S. Mann the noted advocate of 4 ; 4 ; !1
And I told him full-blooded dog of rae good roads
BARCELONA STREET. T1a&A / quoted the gentleman ; i i
KCRTH I'
course J* In the sazae ?&ffi Uaa as saying that J '1
iSay! They have the3'unto Lj1-; he had made a discovery which would i tS
)'67I yE Atrrnts.w4rCTXYYLT gines out here and Thgrafr-; prove of inestimable value to road. j{ i t 1 s a il
Correct Answers gines haven't got .an tl cjB@rs I .FM builders, says the Tampa Times. Dis- i : .
i- tI "' on them at all-and t passenger covery" was hardly the proper word<< t i ,1 ;;- ;t
II coaches are all Into: little to use-and yet4n a sense, It Is. + 1 I 'I'
-. :. compartments, each having a separate cRJ The fact is, Senator Mann has been t t I ': tl
door. But, my, they iifio run some investigating the use of crude oils on j .
-t i Hole. I ..Wasn't any time' afterire left Liverpool 0 the sand roads in California and other 1 ,r', ", ij
: itjje. ... ] until we were In .London, and @ western and middle states, and ha i'l i _
I >I,i><'ioom. thWe were cities. and owns all the5London is firmly] convinced that this is incomparably ., -. r ; t

-- 1lIlIler. I I A q.rrYZZLEzyG.Lu: way. '\ "" 1Y0TPDfL1Iu A.czr.y A ] the best and by long odds I ii ,,
.awser. ..A is awful pig; OF.TH.E the cheapest method ot building good ? I f
:"; prize dollar this week will gou big 'as New York and Phlladcombined. C" 1. 19CT71: OP .fA17E.7Y ME roads In this country. In brief, the j'i., .. j

> Sonder, Delta Fla., and the I method Is to grade the sand-giving .5 i .l f!
1.Candy will be given to Wester-1 I When we got out aithe depot we' :.. it a proper crown, wet and roll it, 1 r': '
:3
owe* 71:! X. Barcelona St., when S / were almost mobbed by cabmen. They jT11c ; run a harrow or rake over the surface 1" ij"
,ll1$ at Alemberts Drug Store. 'were crying "Keb sir?" "Keb sir?" and then apply the oil with a ;..
t "
The Journal's puzzlers are most cer-I 'ansom? 'ansom? Finally, we u.Aia sprinkling cart, putting on' 100: to 15ft, .r ;
inly dup the credit of hard work last took a four-wheel and were driven to barrels to the mile. The oil and sand i H II I
ek. The editor received a box full i our hotel. As it was pretty crowded form an asphalt which is durable, .
" answers and never before has he 1 ii inside they let me sit'up with the which sheds water and is free from ''i' .i
i driver. So I got first view of London 11f'i3Jj .
-:'D so much bad spelling all packedto my dust and which also has sufficient f :
one box. It is evident that lots I h < streets from a cab box. My, what iflexibility to be easy on horses. ; .: ,
. I crowded streets and i
narrow funny
While here Senator Mann drove it
the little folks are not very well un! I N i I I "
Celling. Hawser was spelled at street cars. They call,-,them Trams, over a number of u>e county roads .
3
::1 ton different ways. These errors, and you ride inside outside, just as which have been paved with rock=- '! !
... it suits you. and which become sloppy in wet 1- t
''oJ: .1. were not held against the "
..1 "- of The Puzzle Army and only! "We have been to many of the show c weather, and dusty in dry weather. I : f
,-. whose answers were absolutely places of London, Westminister Abbey To make an asphalt surface on these r ; : '
;o' ,,,f were thrown out ,and they The Tower London Bridge and If roads, he said, he would apply from _'- ; 1 ,

11 i 'Io! evident that all the Prn- People here talk so'funny-not at ..... and sprinkle the sand with oiL fi
,,1. :mzzlers are not living in a all like we talk, and they call police- This method of road building has ; t' a
'fW-D for nothing, for they men "bobbies." Ain't that a funny been tested very' thoroughly In California. L J
:
'II 1 seem to be familiar with name for "cops?" and has proven entirely satis 1 ;r ,tti! : I
Spots was awfully glad to get. on factory. Senator Mann he has I-
1 of a ship but then the puz- says i.<1 r .
.> easy last week very ._J.IJtih. it' Tar dry land again and ran around bark- seen some of these roads over which 4t i
his week they will have (f) ing at everybody till made. him shut traction engines weighing forty tons :if + ", ; .
time and they will have to r.p:. Dorothy says she'on't: believe in had passed without making an inden .f! S i
V.az: :. E 222Zr42rzrc.2rrs American girls coming over here and tion in the surf ace. I
them :A
'n. chinking to all
get in
.,l>.. ;42'Ili rny c f I II 1 f
J sQvr4n'xsz?6"1'l' : T AZ-21ez'.ZzY.72ZT marrying English noblemen. -And I By his advice a sufficient quantity / .. Ii
/ am mighty glad of It. Yours. any 'W'.E'TCtJ $:r of Beaumont oil has been ordered .f
':zzlo editor hopes that all the .l/EZ'ror CZi LA.IYDtt.R:ljll l D V/P.TT2- to t: ..
HARRY. make extensive experiments in Duval i' ,-
iemjoyed Thanksgiving ands : j :
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a '
county. .l' r ,
no reason in the world] why : ;
., .. :nW not God has been good O- Senator Mann says he will com-to s t i I !
J IP and big: folks of Pensacola To the ; or Girl Whose Name Is Drawn From the Correct Answers Received At This i Office'"By Next-Thursday Night, The Journal Will Tampa at an early date and address i !1
.1, and they should all be thank- .. the board of county commissioners '1
Give a Silver Dollar. on the subject. t
:
'"' V"<"' tars; are anproachinar nn-1 Senator Mann presented to the I t =
R' TV to "land" that dollar: or writer a copy of the September It'L 1

, ', S -it- day.will'all come in handy I The Boy or Girl Whose,Answer Is Drawn Second Will Be Given a Box of Huyler's Candy When Called'For at D'Alemberte's Pharmacy.down sue azine of containing the National an Good article Roads on Mag-this J

Correct Answers Received. I subject by Arthur Stem, which is here -
.
I reproduced at his '
nswers were received from request: :

"J: ems and boys: Riechman, Emanuel Roth, J. David Fell Sadie A. Holsen] Bennie Bernstein Riedel, Annie :Mooney, Ethel I Bernhardnia Henrickson. Louis Boley] ,I Bobe, Irma Wheat, Edward Bernstein, Mecadam and Gravel Roads
,",leT. Delta Fla.: Westerly Boley, Amelia Schmitz Vivian jay Angela Scarritt, Clinton Reilly,I Joe' S. Riera, U. Davenporte, 'I Sadie Mellor, Abey Net, Jr.,.:MargaretM. I Meyer! Bernstein, Mildred Chesser, Some five years ago Mr. Ernest Et /f i

-' M''iif' Simpson, Bagdad; Willie Pons, Lenora .Faggioni Malcolm R.IMPRESSIONS Beatrice Howe, Everett Rice, Edna V. dion Borras Hasten Pons, Max J. Heinberg; Jr., Arthur I Continued on Page Thirteen.) (Continued on Tenth! Page.)

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oo there, are the predominant element !. stead of the modest misnomer -everything in fact usually seen in most instances horny handed, sons of I was forced to feel and believe that
Ii Iii up here-southern men and it bore, the Florida State Fair. a state fair-and more. There was toll were as a rule, attired during the I I morning in the latest style tailor f-
OP THE women-Floridians-and too since Instead of a cheap the most comprehensive the most made suits, in the afternoon in Prince at least one section of my beloved
this section of the state is suscept- try fair, the Florida state magnificent the most exquisite display Alberts with top hats, in the eveningat southland his returned to the ease, t tI
i I able of a development which an exposition par excellence. of citrus fruits ever exhibited dinner, in Tuexdos or full dress the elegance, the comforts, the joys '
TAMPA STA TE FAIR when accomplished, would yieldin West Florida Counties. anywhere. togs; the women-the wives and ''of I the days when my forefathers u I.
I dollars and cents, in the proportionof Comparisons are always Unique Feature. daguhters of these men-wore silks ;j i flourished-and this, without the baneful r f
1 I three to one, upon a like area of therefore, I refrain from an : The most unique feature of the Her and satins and jewels-gowns that : ,blight of negro slavery. f

: BY W. C. JONES. any other section of the state. sion of opinion as to the most nando county exhibit, was its house would be noticed because of their elegance j''j I Florida is a state of broad domain.
i ml All things considereddrinkingwater ious county exhibit there, lof corn with its roof of cane cf the ornaments that would be coveted -.1'I of magnificent distances; she is pop- '

Secretary Pensacola' Chamber of Commerce.all .. climate, soil, proximity to the DeSoto county exhibit its pineapplesfrom because of their intrinsic worth, :;;: ulated by elegant people; her resources '
markets, and the outside word in gen the pinery of General Gilchrist; on Fifth Avenue, New York.. j' are more varied than those of any
__" I II eral-West Florida is to one who has I of Lee country Its royal palms In Those men and women were inmost ''I other state of the Union, and yet the + i
drank its sparkling, limpid waters- full fruitage of green cocoanuts, of cases Florida crackers-the development of these resources has i.
the nectar of its wells and springs, as of stock, .
Marion county, its .exhibit
"
just begun.
folk of south Florida: In
I.! aphroism that "one half of the despicable moods of : country my
man pessimism pure and sweet and soft as the dew of of Manatee county, its splendid display I
." \ : doesn't know how the other I is the most despicable to me amazement at finding them thus, I I Though it isn't yet West rtd
;
who has baskedin citrus'fruit.
i early morn: to one of known avriety of
I is true and to the point; but with all of the optimism of which to who every was reminded many times of.the tales ;::will in time be the garden spot of the ''j
.' and nature is I its balmy atmosphere; one I've so .often heard of the wealth and Eden of Florida-the "Land of Flow'era' ."
Ct'ing: : it, I am reminded, my capable, it is impossiblefor has inhaled its invigorating, life t3 4 !
) producing The Florida fair conceivedfor i'I
" 1 state was splendor of the ante bellum south, and and of perennial Indian summer.'
.ul observa-
experiences and me to escape the observation
or who of I
to knows
ozone; one the of demonstrating to I
: '"J). my recent visit to the state to restrain" an expression of the fact I its agricultural and horticultural purpose :
pos the world the varied and limitless resources ------------ ----
3' 'arcpa, am convinced that in that our littll one fourth of FloridaI
sibilities to who has dwelt in the
; one of county' in Florida,
, ,
" i-.iiication. it may appropriately mean that portion of the state ]lying i delightful and elevating society of its from the western every border of Escambiato BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANY
udensed to include only the state between the Perdido and the Se-
people, is the most attractive sectionof
of Monroe-a S
I the southern shores
Kirida, revised, however, about as wannee rivers, is really not appendage W. T. BEDWE'-L PRES. AND MANAGER. r 1
ws, : "One fourth I j the "Land of Flowers" but in the broad guaged enterprise-liberal in Prepared to do all electrical repairing on short notice. Ring phone '70 and a (
of the of to the balance of I II
state o'lorida-tbe I development of its resources, West its conception, broad in its scope, representative will call.V.. T BHweU. President and Manager. 205 S. Baylen
+ida has no conception of what the I real Florida, the hustling, known of Florida is as far behind east and magnificent in -its execution-a fail- street. .
three fourths is doing ia the all men, except in our little of
corner south Florida as the arid deserts of .
that
in in the fact
" ure nothing except -- -- -
of its II
pment resources: and Florida-from Maine: to Texas, any
Arizona behind the fertile
are valleysof not county In the state' was rep- 'e 1
fourths of the state is so busy from Seattle to Pensacola, as Ameri- the Californias. every "'""'" ..
" regressive, so prosperous that : ca's garden; of.Eden. resented there. ; 1
z.' 'wwledge] of the other The above is not an extravagant Instead of an aggregation of towdry .!
one fourth Built Up By Southern Men. T
* -' +ted to its recollections of geog- I And what a reproach it is that the i statement; it Is true, absolutely true. I side-shows of questionable characterand

fl' I above observation is true, since it is Went to Learn.I boards'I still less merit, to afford relaxationand I SOMETHING NEW I # ri 7
B >' and South Florida, the peninMition la fact that east and south Florida -went to Tampa to learn, to become >r amusement to patrons of the fair,
tL:. of the "Land of Flowers," (contrary to the popular impression, acquainted with conditions existing horse racing of a class that would be < f, ,
\\i; "'"> busy with its problems of an1JnJun has been built up has been developedin in other sections of Florida to accepted as a standard for any state
@\ :, of barren wastes, fair: in the Union was provided every
howling the main by southern men and gather information as.to how they '
'!1 eniesses and dismal swamps, into women-natives, to the manor born, accomplish what I had heard of, and afternoon; and at eleven o'clock_a. m.
f21t!,! and eight p.'clock li m. daily a i IT 18 FINE i. ; t
producing gardens, vineyards I instead of northerners. What a reproach yet had but a faint idea of what was ? kr
Ind' (J biard in the race for greatness I repeat that east and south being done in the peninsula sectionof uippodrome. entertainment of thirty- ,
and i,:(,fv. and the "coin of the realm" Florida is so much ahead, in its development the state; to educate myself In the fire; acts by all star performers prodded .
i.-t. thi.iiKh; the aforesaid laggard I and progressiveness, of this modus operandi of the promotion and at a. cost of. $20,000 for the :ih
1
; -' \ .:..',ihi and of section period of the fair; was given at the
< ally a part parcel of the state, since it is true conduct of a fall or winter fair.I W. C. JONES.
: nominal admission of fifty cents.
t price
I that in the main, the same breed of of course, had drawn mental pic- I b ss
n nauii' i am an optimist and of I men and women who predominate tures of the Florida state fair, had ar- !" 'j. There was of course a "Pike" or as" J It is called '"The Conqueror Brand," and it is a.lot .
rived at my own conclusions as to its j!I not at all out of place for me they termed it there "The Range,
I of mixed for and sells for I .
4 which I felt at set aside from the ubiquitors street vegetables soups
the
? 'p....... ... ... ... magnitude and magnificence, its ex- I press delight .
. + + + NMNON + + + +.+.+..++.... hibits gathered to illustrate Florida's two west Florida counties fair attraction-the fakirs and the f.
in the main building with most !flying ladies, the fat woman and the I 2
and attractions
resources but the pictures
i i LET THE GAS COMPANY I of my imagination were but I lent most creditable exhibits |}ossified man the midget and the ;: TEN CENTS A CAN. i iI
daubs, and my conclusions were. based I Walton and Washington ,dancing girls and so on, add infini- .
entirely upon false promises. also to express the belief turn; but this feature of the Tampa 4:
Collier Bros, of fair was the most meritorious respect- It contains 12 different kinds of vegetables that
I anticipated a first class county I I exhibit of the t
\ SHOVEL THE COAL still, in able and entertaining that I ever witnessed
fair containing a complete and com- ley, two Florida boys anywhere. cannot be had at all seasons except in this package. =
prehensive exhibit of Tampa, cigars teens which was included 4
Refined. '

1i i \hat's the use havingyour coal handled three or : and products Hillsboro, embellished county fruits with and fragmentary other awarded Washington first county prize for exhibit of the most j I Instead Cultured and of"a unacquainted simple and] country with folk the untutored 2 TRY (It. ..(j 4 tt

!Z lour times before it gets to your grate or range? Let i. Florida exhibits, and of numerous a few other and countiesof :sundry I and duced excellent on one exhibit Florida farm. j i j I world. the patrons of the fair-ninety- 2 2' r:
Floridians-
u, handle and deliver fuel right into the side The exhibits from Alachua. i.five per cent of them i '
catch-penny attractions
: your grater to enter ,
i' DeSoto, Lee, \ 'were as a rule, cultured, refined, pros-

: <; cookstovc where you can use it without effort : simple tain and country amuse folk the; but children my anticipa-and a: Hermando Hillsborough, M .pion, Orange, porous and a large wellkempt majority men of and them women were; I East IHI BR Grocery Co0 I //f-:f61'
of the i
: 1l1ply turn a valver and strike a match. Pay, for it tions were rudely disturbed immediately in fact almost every one exquisite. country folk-farmers, truckers, fruit ,
ater! upon my arrival at Tampa. I sular counties were it "
: 11ingGas Range $13, Heater $3.25. i Indeed in these exhibits I'growers stock raisers. 1'
surprised-but
1. was Instead of an enterprise agreeably confined so. to ton and corn; rye and and barley commodious The Tampa, and Bay probably Hotel, the the most most R Cor. Hayne and Gadsden Streets g 'f. :1'DJ

the narrow scope of a county fair. I and hay; sorghum sugar In Florida
: Pensacola Gas Company i it found a show worthy of the' dignified pinders and potatoes; rice and elegantly appointed hostelry! with 11 fy'
the pineapples and persimmons; was filled to_ overflowing M. F. Bowes, Manager. Phones 831 =212 :
appellation, "Florida Exposition of I these people-fanners, truckers fruit
Phone 148. 27 E. Garden,Street. il Fine Arts. Agriculture and pecans; bard woods and .
. 24 and Horticulture pine growers stock .raisers-:the mea in :) =' '-- "'-!:. "
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the semi-form fitting cut
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lis, of Lexington Ky., began experi-

If' m t ; .>y-T: garments ever put? on the market ruIi. menting from what with is known crude petroleum as the Ragland taken Wm. H. Knowles, John E. Stillman,. ,R. B. Simpson,

The length of the Chesterfield,1S district In Kentucky: The oil used President VIce-Prejtt Gen'l Manager. Secretary.
m was heavy dark In color and contained
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I ru 46 Inches. Among .the. desirable tU I Several from macadam 35 to BO per and cent gravel of asphalt.streets Knowles Hyer Treasurer., _. :" f': .:'',.. A.' H. D'AIemberte, Citj Manager.,
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and turnpikes in and about Lexington'were : '
I: ,, fabrics for Chesterfield, overcoats first treated The result was a :., '.. St.ft
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revelation In '.the;way of health, com- r .
I; : this season are, Frieze, N fort and economy, and since that
.r'J time-the work his been'extended until amsU

I ? N .. ..-- !. Meltons, Kerseys, Moulaise and, 'N turnpike there and am.streets'now over in Fayette 80 miles county of How About an Investment in Suburban Properly?

II f 'O.o \ cheviots. Linings of Venetian which hate been treated. witu this
t ,- are N oiL -

rJ : ; serge and the nevi Irene oiling Among is the advantages fact that the obtained dust is absOlutely by- net IIt
: 2300 Lots i in East Pensacola
Own
eliminated. The fluid part of We
I m .>-; :" .,. The lapels have the. new raised the.oil sinks.Into the ground and 'after l n
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,.,...:. "'_''..y; several pilings a layer several inches [espor

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I x f' the On the top there remains a coatingof fil. Lei
<" I although
I .. worn
(
;, :: ImlR! asphalt each year growing in depth ion
' cuffs demand until after a few years a perfect asphalt This addition to Pensacola has over one and one-half
I: m 4' .: tation will continue in surface is produced elastic but Gen

ft c jVsrt' : r V :$I8) $20, $25, $30. not slippery oil should in wet be weather.No used except. one miles of water front on Pensacola Bay and Bayou T exar. It is bek>
i and the nIns
base
ruU containing an asphalt

i V 'ft) V 1WHIT & NIX larger oil the the better percentage tile of result asphalt obtained.in the the coming residence section of the best people. I to*

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OiL\\'lth a paraffine base is injurious en'
L.
fj m and 'eeln9t
worthless.
:' .fUOf Just received, swell line of Fancy Vests and OUTFITTERS.I m The cost at Lexington, which Is Also We are owners of over J,000 acres west of the
i Neckwear-the season's best. Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back. flU near the oil fields, is about two centsa ht
I : square yard for each oiling; at more MJS"Ing
and Little
between Bayou.
Big Bayou
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I. increased by the additional'freight trer
rate on the oiL This quality of oil I den
tiou to beet production where science can be had in some parts of Kansas the ofsub
Also several hundred north between
, and lllonis. The 1 acres /of city
: PRODUCTION OF SUGAR has outstripped: itself through selection some parts of heavy
and in scientific farming, in imparting -,Texas oils also answer the same pur
at att
a saccharine richness of tne'pose. Pensacola and Goulding. We control the West Pensacola V
' beet exceeding its average in the cane.! It has been demonstrated that the [tin

;; : CANE IN THE SOUTH until Seemingly in very, less recent attractive years,to the' science same,treated'saving in with repairs-is of oil a ranges macadam from street fifty Land Company, (Pettersen addition) and, the South Pensa- ?atop

impulse of sugar cane on a commer-II:to seventy-five per cent; consequently ..11Ivas
; I I! strides the treatment pays for itself many cola Land Company.
decare Texas has made rapid cial basis, and its area has continued !
i j : Interesting Paper Read Before in the cultivation of cane for sugar restricted within the borders of Louisi- times over. One'stretch of pike four 'ay
I 'miles long first treated five years ago dv'F
making and her climate and soil justify ana as a base for in lim-
a
r Association ofCom- I, the expectation,of her agriculturists ited development sugar in Texas save, and with :park with boulevard oil, and today which: has finer been than sprin-any Money invested now in lots in East Pensacola or in the

i that there is "a bright future for her, these conditions confronting us we approach kled with water to keep down the
missioners of Ag- as a sugar producing stte. today, the question of thesouth's dust cost in four years for repairs West Pensacola Land Company addition or in acreage
As early 1767. twenty-seven possible future in contributing ,
r as years $50.000 or $12.50 per mile, a little
riculture. before Etteine De Bore's successful experiments to the emancipation of the United more than $3.00 mile
year.
per per suburban will handsome in the
in.producing cane sugar in States from foreign countries in providing Where the road is subject to ordinary I property, give you profits
I I i Louisiana, Sir Alexander Duncan au') for her consumptive demanl for traffic one oiling a year is sufficient
INTER- I Dr.: Samuel Turnbull organized a com sugar. Where the travel is excessive it I near future.
PRESIDENT PURSE, OF I
pany and brought a colony of immi- Soil and Climate Adapted.The I should be oiled twice a year. It 1'
:STATE SUGAR CANE GROWERS' grants, gathered from the western soil and climate of the south should be carefully swept and cleaned I E
.'slal1 s of the Mediterranean, planted eastern part of South Carolina and\ before the oil is applied. It will then -
ASSOCIATION, TELLS OF POSSIBLE ,- them upon the Halifax river founded soutnern Georgia, Alabama'snd Mississippi absorb less.oil and the oil will pene-
New Smyrna the sole object of this I and the whole state of .Florida, trate the roadway .better. For forty-
RETURN OF FLORIDA TO I
venture being to cultivate sugar cane are admirably adapted to the product eight or seve.ty-two hours. according'
:'LEADERSHIP IN PRODUCTIONOF for the production of sugar and the,tion of sugar cane high In sugar contents to the condition o'f the weather it will Walk in and Talk''it Over With Us.Pensacola .
I cultivation of indigo as a companion ; in fact, several years ago, Dr. be unpleasant until the fluid portions f
THAT STAPLE. I I I crop both: products for European con W. C. Stubbs a distinguished scientist of the oil have: ben absorbed. The I .
I oil is also likely to be tracked onto
t sumption. Thus Florida is entitled to and sugar expert of New '
'One of the interestin:; features of.1 I I the honor of having been the first reporting upon several -orleans'l the side walks,and into the houses un st.pI
it
: After
the convention of the Southern States commonwealth, within the present fed- alyses upon several hundred drnwn-lesscareis smooth exercised. that ,
j produces brown surface
tC Association of Commissioners of Agriculture -I''eral I union into whose soil the sugar; from these states, said that the ayefage1 agreeable a to :'the eye relieving it of
cane I transplanted from its nativeI contents in them.was'fuIly twen I
Tuesday afternoon was a paper! sugar of
from the glare the macadam road
by.: Capt D. G. Purse, of Savannah I habitat ty-five per cent higher 'than in the in the hot sun, noiseless for vehiclesand faPT
president of the Interstate Sugar Cane Increasing Demand. cane produced in the rich alluvial bot ride The
I pleasant to over. asphalt et
i' Growers' Association, on Sugar Pro-I The ever increasing consumptive demand toms ,of Louisiana, and that from a oil has but little odor and this Investment Co. .
A Uuction in the Southern States and the, shown by the hundreds; of millions previous, visit to these sections, he I Is not unpleasant and disappears entirely si.li
l r Possible Return of Florida to Leadership paid out for the products of foreign could"add that the cultivation was.accomplished after a few days. An oil with lin''
I in the Production of that Staple,!" countries in Some single years ; ; :;at._ ,on :-half the .cost re- a- paraffiDe'base continues to be extremely .

L I says the Jacksonville Industrial Rec I exceeding $100,000.000, so inadequatehas quired in Louisiana with an equal offensive. No. l N. Palafox' St. Under Methodist Church. n'U
rt- been domestic production .for tonnage to the-acre under equally intelligent The statement sometimes made that L n'E
ord.Capt.. Purse is well known in Florida meeting this demand, ...oush; supplemented l cultivation; and this testimony 'the surface of an oiled road is not t. tJP.
t and always: takes a deep interest by" the sugar from the beet, stands' today ,as when uttered clean Is erroneous. Last summer after
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[ in the welfare of the state. His views.the United State; today being the without one change. a very heavy rainstorm I threw '' < #
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f' tn the production of sugar in this: largest.[ sugar consunMns country ii The Industry in Florida. my handkerchief on the middle of a ,
state are of particular interest as hec t'aeorld.. and second only to Great The I road and placed my foot upon it and F
sugar industry in Florida spread I -
is considered an authority on the subject Britain in.her per capita. picked it up without there being a 0'
His paper, in full, was as fol The inadequacy of domestic supply; I over planted the at entire New state from the seed sign of any discoloration or dirt I may always shed water. The road ,....................................................1
Smyrna 'by Duncan also be well gutted so that the "
should
lows I In treating a macadam or gravel rVC
: the ab-
continues notwithstanding :
) and Turnbull and, if we may judge ; water flowing off the sides will be car
with' best results
road oil the are se- .
POrt
Capt. Purse's Islands, I
Paptr. the Sandwich
I sorption: from the ruins of sugar houses over ried The road before treat- ,
cured having the road constructed away. .
by
r' .Mr. President Members of Convention to Rico and the Fhilipines. southern and. western Florida, it was ment should be swept clear of dust or ,
with a good crown in order that it
Ladies and Gentlemen:-L'ui3i.; Sugar,' strange as it may sound, is at its zenith from. 1861 to 1863: and dirt for the cleaner it is the better. 'I .
ana for a century has been the chief i the only important agricultural prod- after the capture of New' Orleans by The asphaltum oil should then be applied M. & O. SPECIAL ZC Z
and much of that time, he
only nevvr uct for which this country pays tribute Gen. Butler, was the Confederacy's $100 REWARD $100. with an oiler which is so under ot
l failing continuous source contributing ] foreign lands, though; home production chief sourceof domestic supply until I The readers of this paper will be control of the operator that he can oc
the south's quota to the world's, of both the cane and the betare 1 federal gunboat-destroyed the eaten pleased to learn that there Is at 'least distribute the oil evenly over the en :
available cane sugar supply.In :I fostered for I one dreaded disease that science has r.
by import sugar tire varying the supply ac 0
sire surface
\ Gamble and Braiden plantationsand been able to cure in all its stages and ,
the first quarter the last cen-: in the United States and every to the condition of the road 0 f
sugar plants on the Manatee river that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is cording
I t tury Georgia gave great promise of: encouragement afforded to encourage; At the time, it is said Mr. Gamble had the only positive cure now known: to the from one-half gallon to a square yard, : FOR : .
lining up with Louisiana in contributing : and Increase production; the inducements thirteen hundred, medical fraternity. Catarrh being! a con upward to as much as a gallon or t
acres'and Dr. Brai
stitutional disease requires a constitutional .
the south's quota, and in the last I have Imparted a keen stimuli- den four hundred acres in sugar cane treatmentflail's Catarrh Cure Is even a gallon and a half. The road t

____ ____ __ __ __ c .___ _______ __ '_. _'_ for sugar making. taken and internally, acting surfaces directly of the upon the should be given all it will readily ab- I and :
blood mucous system; sorb without flooding it. Otherwiseit Saturday Monday 1
The Gamble and Braiden sugar thereby ddestroyinjr the foundation of the I will off and be wasted. It is ,:
disease, and giving the patient strengthby run tf
AND plants were only two of many, but
building up the constitution and assisting found by experience that it Is better .
i OLD 50RES = were, apparently the most pretentious nature in doing its work. The to put it on light and follow with J j .
and conspicuousThe late David L. proprietors have so much faith in its 'second oiling rather than to flood I '
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curative that they offer One Hundred
Yules, a distinguished citizen" Florida Dollars powers for any case that it falls. it If the oil is put on only in such j $15.00 and $18.00 .. R
A 'and an ex-United States senator, .
to cure. Send for list of testimonials. measure as to be quickly absorbed ..
A great many: people have an idea JIV" IMPURE BLOOD also had large investments in the Address F. J. CHKNEY & CO., Toledo; the road can be used immediately.Oil I* '.
,, that old sores exist merely because of sugar industry on the Suwannee river, Ohio.Sold all 73c. is not beneficial to the paint or .
by Druggists.
: a diseased condition of the flesh where the ulcer is located.. They I and possibly at other points. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation rubber tires of a wagon, hence the .
patiently apply salves, powders, plasters and other external applications In the present year analyses have, necessity for allowing proper time before 1 1f
but in spite of all such treatment the place refuses to heal. 'Whenever I been made Manatee cane, plantedin using the road. I ErencftV..
a sore or ulcer does not heal rtadily: .the blood is at fault; this 1903. as it continued.to grow in the 'The machine used for oiling the .
f' vital fluid is filled with impurities and poisons which are constantly open field up to last May; samples being roads referred to in this'article is ..
being discharged into the place, feeding it with noxious matter I 'cut and forwarded Washington' known as the White oiler the Inven- : .
t- which makes it impossible for the sore to heal. Old sores maybe the result in'_ the months of December, 1905, and THIS IS THE WAY tion of Mr. Theo. F. White, of California .
.
-of an inherited blood taint, or the effects of along spell of sickness or:gain January February March and Aprilof $1O.QO and $12.50.1.
the circulation be contaminated this year. The analyses of these WE MAKE TROUSERS I Authorities are all agreed upon the |: .
may with the collections of refuse matter sanitary advantages resulting from:, ..
I"samples sustain those made in 1902,
I' Which the different members have failed to expel through the channels of and show that a uniform richness is dustless roadways. Acording to Dr.I']'A ,S,

nature. Whatever the cause the blood becomes preserved from December to May affording Y I Samuel Allen, the health officer of i i' I: SEE THEM IN SHOW WINDOW '.
t' steeped in poison and a cut bruise I a grinding season equal to I Cincinnati wettfng down the dust : '. '.
s.s.s scratch or other wound often develops into I Cuba; a most indispensable: 'consideration i with water is inadequate, but he believes J:: .
}: asore,fed and these that the proper method of lay-j, if '
kept up by impurities in sugar-making. .to obtain the '
f causing it to eat deeper into the surround best results. ing dust has been answered by the 1 I' I

.PURELY VEGETABLE ing tissue inflaming festering and caus- The Manatee river section'seems to O n advocates The Madison of oil Road Committee a j I'; :f TH E M. & O. 1.
t ing pain. External applications can only be but the type of a large area in J year ago last spring took up the experiment '
keep the sore .clean;: they cannot cure the Florida ad spied to the profital J cultivation : of treating with oil a macadam : :
trouble because they do not reach the blood. S. S. S.*cures Old Sores by of cane for sugar.. I roadway sixty feet wide between I,i : '
going to the vsry bottom of the trouble, driving out the impurities and Cevelopment of Industry.The u QICI the curbs and probably carrying I CLOTHING STORE 0. '
poisons and purifying and building up the entire cir ulation. When S.S. S. development of a sugar indus 1 s Q'JIY. more traffic than any similar road In ;:. .
t has removed the cause the blood becomes rich and healthy, the sore begins try in Southern Florida cannot but I the state of Ohio. For a few days j, .
f to heal, new flesh is formed, the place stabs over and is' soon permanently possess a keen interest for every mem- ot the committee heard nothing but I f 321-323 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 1155 ..
r. healed .Book on Sores and Ulcers and any medical advice free. ber of this convention because it t curses and denunciation from all who : .
t V THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA would vbe reflected upon the.cane cultivation lived upon or traveled over the road. "1:..tl.NNN.MN.11...MMtH.N................1t1t11 111.
? CAmE in each of the states htre A prominent citizen living more thana

E f. -- represented, and though it may net mile from the road but driving over !
t -- make all of them 'sugar; producing It daily wrote an abusive letter to the I
states, it will strengthen their posit board .of public service and threatened I R'''
MY tion as- syrup: producers and hasten to apply for an injunction. Two
H. G. DeSilVA S COMPANY the work 'ot science in developing'a, weeks afterwards he sent a letter of I STAIN YOUR FLOORS FOR THE HOLIDAYS
congratulation
; hardier variety cane, or V quickening The'TlatlronBrand-I to the committe and
i' the. maturity of those now cultivated. I enclosed his check for $100 as a voluntary -
( : In .st dying diversification of crops,I are noted for Individuality and for contribution for the work. This Everyone is fixing up, :the home now to Present

; Building Material l no product ;of: the south;'is:'entitled to York tallor-tailors made make fit. The these best trousers.New season those using the road waited I the best appearance for the festal Holiday et more consideration as a: .cumPanionmoney + No.tailor could.make better ones I Impatiently until the weather was Anyone Wood Stains.
and
c- warm dry enough to have it oiled. can apply Stag
crop for cotton tiaB.-B* af cane, Sold Pensacola by
t Shingles and Slate for Roofing for in the language of Drl: Wiley "and 'WHITE 4. NIX.CLOTHIERS perience Housekeepers not who do have their had housecleaning the ex-- They are durable arid economical. Eight c' jl>

Patent Plaster Store others, who have bestowed much study I, or painting In the spring"until ors. $1.75 a gallon.
Fittings, upon the subject the south' has jt at 29 South Palafox SL the street has been oiled. The Good

F Everything. for House Buildh, g .\ her syrup command,market 'of to dominate this country the,table, they] MADE BY grew Roads out, Improvement of,experiments company.of. the, which.Madison Saunders .Mill Company,
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product-of-the maple:b l too limited BLOCK BROS. &KILPATR1CK' Road Committee
;' c ; ; baa",oiled many '
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as a headline for the most ;
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.J' authority," that his wes.aired '. k
;;.e Ct at Petersburg, and 'I /i : )
!jt good authority that he hate Tc2&1\
den to return to SL Peters-
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A 4 cer of fact the presence oft f nc
is not required here at
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pC it l time, and he has no mistacial 11: 4t
i jc:. political or otherwise,
Germany or elsewhere ands :;
his day his lberty to visit 1J
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t. ufested against him by the _
'! advocates of : :

ction to the same ( ... .. :
r are prevented from 9
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1r .- chances of success. The -
Monarchical faction which
ret .
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1 :a' aunt: Witte as the sole ':.: '.
,t .ustitntionalism and of all the !. j 4
11' lent! troubles in Russia is open- L, ,:. '; : GAMES- .... + t
his life if he returns, ''
atening 'f." OUR DOLLS
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which this .
1 the frankness with t } l
.l.ic is discounted sheds an unpleassidelight -A LINE OF lOc TOYS: \ : ; Games, that test the;:play-, : f:'*Are acknowledged! the great- j f
j :I ; on things and persons. .i -
untVitt, however, throws, nearly that cannot be equaled In the DOLL CARRIAGES,. ers' skill. Most pleasing to est values and nicest selections I
1 1 of the threatening letters into the city. the young ones while'giving t -
aste basket and goes on his own ever shown in Pensa- '
ay regardless of the treachery of hi Tin, Iron and Wooden Go-Carts, and Runabouts.Over 'amusement to the old' folks, cola. .

Iversaries. Toys. '. 40 styles, 25c.to $10. 25c to $1.50.Just ; ,.., 'f
The famous "B e B e Dolls,
Horns 5c to 50c; Drums, received the t -
o CONSTRUCT Mechanical, Stationary and followingtelegram with beautiful faces and pretty f ,
25c .to $1.50. Balls 1 1h
from the .Teddy"
Movable, of .
i I ringlets hair falling al5c ,
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iI I LARGE PLANT lOc I5c and 25c ';. 50c to $J.OO.. ... Bears: r most to the waist line, '
"Expect us at any day. \ '

,IVER RHONE WiLL FURNISH r : "Teddy B. and Teddy G." .I. $J.50 to $8.50. ; t

ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER ,-e-- : .'

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MECHANICAL TOYS; Our Stock i is Now At Its. Best, At Prices That Enable All to Purchase' p 7'i:= : .,, t ,

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Special' to The Journal. .'.
Geseva, Dec. 1.-The Paris municisfr I ..
.-as practically decided to cont Mechanical Steam Engines WATCHES 4 I t
j Niagara Falls on the River DIAMONDS I -
Ttoae: .>r Seyssel near Geneva to sup- and Trains, Automobiles and J'J'EWELRY "THE PEACH" 14; ,- ;
oh$ if French people with electric .
Trick Lots of others t
;!gttnd t electric Toys. r
J>rench commission-has power. been here .. ; f Bisque Dolls-solid bodies '
e for'Sf! of reporting upon the too,
purpose
and jointed limbs-goes to $
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reposition::: which it is estimated will .
';3:; tt>. 000,000The commission con 25c.to $7.50. 0
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.t r.> o') (the president M. F. Roussel . : .?7frl, ; 4
1. Rrn,, and :M. Dousset, the engiv \ t\ ; J ,' I- ( ;F '
1'- Hahl, the originator of the I J JOc to $J J.5X(

J kn A oar end cage M.of Lauriol.210 feet in height .:a. I 7F A
:hal \;::."'-.a" Falls will be built across the
.
!:r> ai Seyssel: while aeriat cables I
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1r\ ir"v the electricity generated / .It.
is 'h water-power to Paris across MAGIC LANTERNS
i ... The work will. be the largestof Diamond and Pearl Broaches. Gold Hearts, Diamond Lockets, ,
of -- in Europe.MURDERED -
4
..0.. furnish amusement for an entire $6.50 to 225.00 $1.00 to 15.00 $8.00 to $25.00 Kidy Body Dolls, so 1

FORREFUSING party-a most pleasing """rr. i;. strong and durable. A swell f; ;; .i'j
KISS
4Z present. for the.girl or boy- ,- _- doll with cork-stuffed body t .,
Sneclal to The Journal.K
Z 1' .. Dec. 1.-Ani\etta Scheimann r- and celluloid head and limbs. R 41 I
of \ .01,1\3. in Hungary., was stabbed 25cto$2.50. S-: '. -; .' f .
for Other
value $2.
1e t' n art because she refused hern R. Extra +r c
, :1 >,iss They were to have been a- ... .-_ Diamond Rings, F 0 and Fancy Stone Rings, Kid Body Dolls, f .
h day after the stabbing
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.. t, red i but the match had been $500to45 0100 .6.00 to $150.00 K: f
, IJ cy the girl's parents against 25c to $2. .,
!Wi' of the girl herself and she .
II n conceal her aversion from

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Be her father's house .- ;
'os leaving HOBBY HORSES. "' !
11 her if she would not give him J4 _
-fore the wedding. "No nor .
.: 1' ier," was her reply where- The combination kind can '.< ;
0 .r.'If.. .. 'p cousin killed her on the ; :
,. rock roll.
be made to or -
/ ) :? .Girl- Boy and Baby Dolls,

.. $1.25 to $7.50. dl dressed just like your own (

t. little tots, 25c to $12.50.
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0e I tMWMWI Reasons ,..:. -. 'ir In fact, Dolls of every description -

even China limb .
Why --I-- i !'.. ;' 't"j!
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.. t**>" ; Dolls, .t 1 : f
You can read a man's i
.V I SHOOFLYS.Upholstered ,. 5c to 25c. ;
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.. :character by the collar k ,. Gent Watches, Watches, l'

Y l hr! wears- seats with $12.50.to $75.00SILVERWARE to $50.00. ,
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I b> yours a ,_.._ :
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attachment can be IFTGIV1NGLadies' ,.4 j

1e::1 LION BRAND go made to recline. Also with .. ,., _

1" ';t"lta Each At All
? 'or >- ce ts.' Good Shops. combination roller and rocker 5 CLOCKS. t


1r 1f ,. ..,. .."<",,, $J.75 to 3.50.AUTOMOBILES DOLL ACCESSORIES. -

tZ I --' Everything for the doll's .1'

.e SEND THE toilet, table, parlor, bedroom,

.. .-'.. kitchen and Exact '
y .,f .} laundry.
SOILEDTHANKSGIVING '
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LINENSto L .' ,, .
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The kind '
pedal-propelling : : .t' < -
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for the boys $3.50 to ----- 1
.large ,. k ",: 'j .:: .' .
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Iron and Hook '
Wagons __ 4
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Laundry and Ladders, Goat Sulkies a "' \ ;- ;

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LADIES OUTFITTERS BY AURELIE ,MAREAN BERNARD. IF MAY_ BE ANYBODY'S

3 E ., l Io 669 Before 3 P. M. ,
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+! <::2 Of Montgomery, Ala. ;. ,-" ,. "" Ij-. IF: IT'S; THE BEST SHOES


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i 1 Announce to the' Ladies of I Euchre Party at ?lief,Journal's Daily Fashion Feature IT IS I MEYER'S,

Pensacola that he will, beginning -: };I Bagdad Tuesday.Mrs. -. i: % r ,!!
W. S. Hamblen, of Bagdad. '"
Monday December 3rd I was the hostess at a euchre party .
r Tuesday afternoon, in honor of her ''

sister :Mrs. G. 'V, Treou of Edinburg,

I > Reduce Every Tailor Made tt I Indiana.The first prize a sterling book 1 "

mark was won by Mrs. J. A. Schafer. & "'
Suit in the Store 25 Per Cent I The consolation, a stamp case was I *-*&*! : ., ,- :
t tf :
awarded Mrs. Robert Stevens. 1 /iJ; -- ': Of
The house was beautiful in its decorations ,
I of. red and green. 63 r s
f = Which means that you can Refreshments of cherry ice cream; ,,-.... ,
cake and coffee were served, at
= order of us suits i in any color t t which ,a number of red and green ; ;.. ,:-.
.1t
lighted candles threw over all a soft -
I "
i f and style! for selection and we glow of light. :: :";
Those favored on this delightful f "': .'
will send the regular' occasion were Mesdames G. W. J i : ;
t = you Treoi:; Robert Stevens, Frank Barton, / .
E t William Barrett; R. E. McEwen, 1 "'
Frank Stevens, A. N. Charles
Breaky q1- !i
e! $20.00 Suits at $15.00 Abbott, J. A. Schafer; Misses Emma
$< and Mary Joyner, Marie Eidson, of : J, ,

$25,00 Suits i at $18.75 I Greenville Ohio, 'and. Mrs. J. G. Joy ; F .f"..-. -;?l "
ner, of Pensacola. '

U t {; $30.00 Suits at $22.50 J;I AVery Enjoyable. "


Ii $35.00 Suits at $26.25 t I Birthday Party. MEYER\ SHOE CO.
A very enjoyable party was givenat
the residence Mrs. C.'Durant, on
r = And the liberal l reduction I Adams street. Friday night, in honor 1 02 S. PALAFOX.
same I of the twenty-third birthday of Mr.

: on all higher priced gar' Martin Delightful Durant refreshments were served -- .- i FURNISHERS FOLKS

s I Miss Eulalie Durant serving
1 ments. Just write us a letter punch. The table was beautifully __ h__ "
: decorated with roses and chrysanthemums. .. ----, -,-' ., ''
t''i saying about how much you I '
The 'guests were Mr. and Mrs. C.
E desire suit and I P. Bobe, :Mr. and :Mrs. Frank Bobe, makes
to cost Monogrammed Stationery a daint
your I I Miss Eulalie Alfred, Mrs. Eulalie i io ; }

the size and color wanted I Bobe, :Miss Mary Glackmeyer Mr. and Christmas Present for
t t Mrs. M. J. Rosensteln, Miss, Nellie
I I Glackmeyer, Mr. and :Mrs. George i A GENTLEMAN TO A LADY.
and
will
, we by return ex- > I Bonifay, Mr. and :Mrs. Chas. Durant,
Miss Katie Bobe. Mr Eric Gonzalez,
send you several to I Mr. Chris Hendrix, Mr. Oscar Kues-
press
t I Iter. :Mr. William Alfred, Mr. Tom Send us your orders now so that they can be

choose from, and allow you I Heine. Mr. Manuel Bobe.. :Mr. Malcolm executed in ample time. Samples and prices
Durant, Mr. Thad Durant, :Mr.
f to deduct 25 percent from the I Francis Durant. furnished upon application. J. P. STEVENS

Unique Indian ENGRAVING CO., manufacturers of Society}
plainly marked if .
prices or
I Whitehall Street Atlanta
Summer Party,. Stationery Georgia
f not pleased with any of them One of the unique, character- par PETER PAN TOQUE

ties of the season was the Indian One of the smartest of the new hat 'was made with a high bandeau at the :i FHNN" " " .'." '$" ..N'N911;
J r return all of them to us at I Summer Party 'given Friday evening models is sh6wn in the drawing tit left covered"with draped velvet, : .
by Miss Lois Houlette at.the residence "so-that'it had quite a decided tilt. A Z ,You might as well get one right :
of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hahn, 807 toque being made of plaid velvet, in .
t' our red wing was placed at the left, and today because sooner or later :
expense. East Strong street. The soft blue and green shades with
young people
there was a green and gilt enamel : you're bound to be a "Ko- j
1 >>'I in perfect .Indian costumes, gathered touches} of crimson and yellow plaided ornament at the base of :the wing, "daker." It's the great- .
::7lrtl'1i. fi"t I in large numbers, and spent the through the design. The little hatCahn tucked into the knot of velvet in front. : est fun outs :
evening'around camp fires, and before ..
.
LOO to
: _- :__ __ _ __ 4.-I the -,close'of- the evening participated .....,. -1- L .. $ $35.,up" _"---, ..
r. aN1NON4+.NINN..It1N-.....,.,......... .......... iii a-mock' nt irig'aM scalping. :\Jrs.Iol1s: Danheisser, Mrs. ;cock; is a cousin of, Mr. Xeils McKen- 2 :
.. '- ,! The invitations sent out to Tier Edward Forschelmer, Mrs Alfred zie Oerting and a' brother of Mrs. A.
r. i .: friends by Miss: Houlette read as follows :Moog, Mrs. I.AVagonheim, :Mrs. Adolph H. D'Alemberte. He sees a great
OI.A.B: i
: ;, __ ___ :, : Cohen, Mrs. N. Gpldrlng, Mrs. C.Gold- many changes in Pensacola since he i :.
1.
.0 '? e The East-.Hill clan of the Pensa- stucker, :Mrs.. A. Greenhut.. '- left here and he Is'very much grati- .
.
.\ '0 cola Tribe of'Indians will meet around r 4': fied with the prospects.. of the DeepWater In long .
t the camp fires on the Hahn reservation The Cozy Club City. -- : winter evln- :
f- i 807 East street,
Strong Friday
i ings flashlights Care
i night, Nov. 30, 1906. You are expected Holds Meeting: Tile Thanksgtvln ball at the C. K. s: the thing. Anybody -. :
0 : to be present. For 'Healthen In- ,An interesting meeting of the Cozy of A.hall Thursday night was a big i
.can take them. It's.
or You're Indian Club held 'Friday evening with social success. There fine
L" dians; I'm an. Indian; an was was a at O
Too. Lois Houlette,.alias Squaw I I :Miss Helen Fisher, many members of ten dance' and every one enjoyed the t easy. We instruct you. Get a :
Kodak to-day.: Learn to take .
pic-
the being present and occasion immensely. .
Red Face. organization ,
md i i I I I tares and amuse yourself. .
most'fpleasant and Instructive
The recipients invitations were spending a -
O requested to each come dressed in Indian I evening. Miss Marian Blount's -Mrs Dexter M Lowry and son and GEM BOOK STORE. PHONE 230. j!
y I I, article "A Great Surprise," was Mrs. D. F. Chittenden and son ar.rived _
It ... .. when costume they had, which"all gathered they the did home and, I I declared on the best of any submitted to Thursday night from Tallahassee ..+....+......+.........NIfFMF9 ...+ *.+.+......<.

which had been turned into an Indian I the club and she was awarded the I and will be the guests of their -- .
:. : Camp, produced a most beautiful and i prize. parents,. Hon. and Mrs. William A.
picturesque scene, for the young pee The club, which holds its meeting Rawls on Cervantes street for sev
o te pIe who had been invited to partici-i only during the winter months, was' eral weeks. ,
pate had garbed themselves ,.true to recently organized for the season by I
Fine Feathers Make
i A Foreign Missionary prayer meet Fine BirdsWhen
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the Indian style, while the large the election of Miss Fedilia Sub- ing is to begin Monday afternoon at .
, double rooms which formed .the In- lett as president. Miss Helen Fisher I
3 o'clock the Palafox Street
at Meth-
: : i dian camp was decorated with Indian vice-president, Miss Marjorie Yonge,! ,
odist church and continue each after- prescription is delivered toou
treasurer and Miss Winston Jones, your
It weapons, such as tomahowks, guns, the week.
noon during ;:
.. .. lances, etc., while covering the floors secretary. The first meeting after neatly labeled in good, readable writing, wrapped -
were skins and fur rugs. organization was with :Miss Majorle A
pleasant party spent Thanksgiving in
.
Around the edges of the rooms, i Yonge and the second with :Mis I day on the bayou gathering, a secure, tidy way you at once get the

: which had been converted into one, Marian Blount ,I II (I cooking and eating oysters and all impression from the looks, of the outside that
f' /LC i were numerous wigwams, while in the !, had a jolly good time. The crowd j the inside is all right. .
: center were two camp fires, over I I Ii I was composed as follows: Mr. John I -
which cooked two large kettles of I I Personal MentionMr. Belle, wife and baby, Miss Agnes You can be pretty sure that. \\vhen"we displayso
0 When buying School Shoes find, out who takes the risk. chowder, sending forth inviting odorsto Ramme, W. B. Sturdivant and wife I '
the assembled Red Skins. Presiding -i W. W. Handcock, who left Pen- and E. C. Getnry and wife. much care with the outside, that we take extra :
0 Ask the Dealer if he will furnish a new pair for any pair, that I. 1
over one of these kettles was Miss sacola some twelve years ago and :
: fails to give reasonable wear. .. Nell Richards as Nokomis, while the i'who has since been residing in South Mrs. August McCoy leaves todayfor precautions: to make the inside all right. \\ e .

: If you insist upon such a straight out and out guarantee, you'll hostess, :Miss Houlette, as Squaw Red Florida, has returned to the city and her home in Bay St. Louis, Miss., I will send after your prescriptions, and send: :
orobablv have Face, presided over the other and Mr. Hand atfer a six weeks visit with her sister, '
A to come here for School Shoes., will make his home here. I them back to
Mrs. John Quigley. you.
served out .the delicious chowder in I
I: School Shoes for Boys and Girls. Ali,made''on : earthenware dishes. while wooden ,--- -,- ,' I
proper
/" Mr and Mrs.H. who have I Let us fill prescriptions. We have tilled
'j your !
t : lasts for growing feet. The heaviestare of Box Calf t spoons were provided with which to been residents of Pensacola for many II '

:: with double soles, outside' back sta'ys. Other and more : partake While of eating the>chowder.their chowder the In- "The Best Is What We Sell" months have gone to Chattanoogai j over two hundred thousand since we have: been

,
: dressy styles,of...Vici land! Velour ,C3:1: .- Low, flat heels. : dians sat about on the floors, no chairs where they will reside in in business.

All sizes and widths. .. being provided, and the scene'at that t
MAKE A' NOISE LIKE Miss Goldback, of Waycross, Ga..
$1.00, $1.50, $2.CO to $2.50.4 .. time was an enchanting one. sister of Mrs. Haywood Stnngfield, is
:Music and Indian songs caused the the guest of her sister, and will spend W.
: Remember, please, that when jou bring the Children here for : a hours fitting to scene pass' pleasantly to the evening's by, .and en-as An Order some weeks here. A. D'Alemberte
School Shoes you take no risk-we take it all.SHOE .
joyment a mock hanging and scalp- Mr. L. H. Frolichstein, of Mobile,
ing was enacted. This occurred in Hello, Central Give t is in Pensacola on a visit to1 his daughter Druggist and

l 1 I the yard where two large fires burned me 391. Hello, is that I Mrs. Adolph Cohen at her resi Apothecary
(brightly, and 'where the scenery was dence on West Garden street ,
COMPANY 'also that of an Indian camp. Rosenau Gereld's? 121 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 109 ,

i J Each guest bore the name of some Yes,'ma'am.Have J Miss Anna 1\Iay' Silver will leave ,
for Dotban, Alabama, C
!Indian, and the costumes were such Monday accompanied
: Fashionable Foot Fitters i"as to call forth many words of praise you got in your by her uncle, Mr. Louis Wilk, -- -- J
|from those who, witnessed<< the ,entertainment of that city, and will visit there be-
1. .! new stock of fore returning to .her home in Augusta :'Tarpon, where they will spend. #
:' NNNivN000.OttINONNNNiONNONNNN/NNNN Ga. :Miss Silver has been visiting'with days then proceed to their horn J
1 I Miss Houlette, the hostess and ,her SAUSAGE?
KOSHER
HERPICIDE'S MISSION.It Mrs. J. MendeL
e sister, :Mrs. Hahn, who assisted in receiving Oklahoma City, Okla.
::. :MMC **" MHHMra4H, M FF"'H, : iE'a.ii iii4t were congratulated upon the Yes r ma'am. .takes Away days.the Dread of. Birth- ilrs. Haywood Stricgfield has as I Don't walt.:-order Blue Ribbon, i *
,
1 DIAMONDS, WATCHES .i JEWELRY :r: came success in of for the their event share, while of the praise guests for What kind have you? Nothing is" more anoying to men and nah.her guest Miss Simmons' of Savan. on and Vanilla today. Abu!' ;;' ''f
women of middle than to see : pure, go twice as far and thrRibbon -
I CLOCKS PRECIOUS I their costumes and the spirit with We I age r
.{ STONE3{ BRONZSE: which they entered into the party. have those unmistakable signs of age- After a 'most pleasant visit in the Flavor" perfection. v--> <
Fresh Salmon.25c Ib thin hair and the 25c size.
: STERLING SILVERWARE, I Fresh Cervelat_...........20c Ib science has graynessapproaching.But city and during which" she has been _
of I _.......... discovered that these
OPTICAL Anniversary, Ring Bologna .15c Ib the recipient ]of .many social attentions
ART POTTERY, GOODS. Link ,.We Ib conditions are no- longer "unmistak c
Bologna. :Miss
Mrs. A. Lischikoff. Large Bologna..............the lb able" evidences of old age for the Lottie Rice who has been J
j '1 CUT'GLASSWARE. I: Mrs. A. Liechkoff entertained a Wienerwurst.Smoked Tongue.-................15c- Ib Ib dandruff germ1theory proves that the Rice guest returned of her Thursday brother to, :Mr.her C. ArtEmbroidery

number of her friends Friday afternoon even very young people may suffer -
We Have Also the Beef Fat. in Century J'I '
: with a delightful card party in 3-lb Pails....,....45c hair loss, while those fortunate .:.
... and Fine honor of her anniversary. The house 5-lb PillI.....;..""..............750 enough to escape the ravages of the :Mr. and !. George W. Carpenter Opening.
| Engraving Stationery was decorated for the occasion, the All right, I'll come by scalp germ retain their abundant are the proud parents 'of a fine baby '.
color scheme being"green and white.- I locks to a ripe old age Newbro's his All the ladles who are tat*r- -
who mad
i Four.handed'euchre was played after and get some. Goodbye.DON'T Herpicide )kills the dandruff germ and evening ; appearance Friday In dainty novelties for Chris', a

i Mail Orders Receive Prompt which delightful refreshments were FORGET THE PLACE- removes the risk of appearing old before gifts will be more than di-: '
Attention served. '..,_ i your time Save your hair and Miss Jennette Isreais is still con- with those -to be displayed b it'll.
: j'' The first prize,a handsome cut glass : your feelings, by using the genuine ftned..to-.her..b d.wUh1ever. Her little V. Kendall. Monday. I1 ",
: bowl was won by Mrs. Sol Cahn and Rosenau&Gerelds Herpicide. friends. hope.to. see her out again soon. at her store 34-South. Paiafox.:!\ "' ',
the consolation prize, a vaseline jar, For sale by w. A. D'Alemberte. j I cordially invited. New z *! \
i ,E. O. Zadek Jewelry Co. i was captured by Mrs. Adolph Cohen. THE FANCY GROCERS druggist and apothecary, 121 South :Mrs.CHatti May Dixon and little added daily. .
.. .. .those" Ealafq.street; or_ send lOc. in }
The who have
:tc -- followingwereamong 116 SOUTH PAUFOXST; stamps daughters been visiting her
r MOBILE, ALA. :' present: Mrs.,_P." StoneMrs. DaTe? 391 l k for sample to" The, Herpicide. :Co. Detroit mother, 'Mrs. Annie v- Wood, left I Mrs. H. V. Rendall. '
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sizes 8 to 14: years, i in Checks 1 lot Ladies -length See our line of Pillows and Specials in our Portier and : : : !tt K1'

and Plaids. The I latest Ladies' Long and Short.. \ extra values, hem ., i :
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Coats in Tan and Black only Pillow Tops, fringes and .: .
Lace Curtain It :
novelties. Regular $!.t)0 Komonas- 75e to $2.50. departmentsthis med and embroidered edges, :,.,.!;j t If,

and $5.00 values, special $12.50 values, ;special $9.98.. . fancy cards. week well>._worth 124 and 15c, at tx :.j 1 i h..11,

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25 Plaid Waists in Gray Facinators and Shawls at Ask to.see.. our $1 Kid i.f-r,' : .:; k, t._
and Blue only. Regular $6.50and.$7 : GI'I Ladies' and Gent's Fancy Cloth. 60c values, special at : .,:.t' !; 1, ff.
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only. $1.50 values at $1.19. ., ': I 23' 50,75c. ,.up to $2'each. ;, '{ i. !
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Taffeta Silk, oil finish', wear" Ladies, Outing Gowns at Ladles Fursall., styles,, I H .
Hose. Regular 15c values. h'i '- Taffeta Silks, 75, 85 and $1 cloth. $1.50 values, special at l4 1 + j'
guaranteed. $1.50 value at .r(oc, $1 and $1.25. $1.50 to $.C.).0. j..1 'I :'1 ::
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Children's Fur Sets at A ful lline of Ladies Purses rHandkerchiefs .'1 : .

Sheets, size 81x90,' special at well worth. 30 and;l assorted, 3 in inches. Regular $2.75 and : :>: f;4 '. .i i i
$1.DO, $2 00 and $2.50 each. V 50c to $5. .' 1
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HARD 'WORK OF ,Sunday Morning December 2, 1906. : : ,
DEPOT LOAN OFFICE.All f :. i
NOVEMBER MADE 3-AISER..LEA6UE ';I'HEPlZZLE ARMY 1{ "i'

kinds of repairing done on Watches, Clocks,

Guns, Pistols. Highest price paid for ,old gold. Money (Continued from Ninth Page.) I PUZZLE ANSWER COUPONS St':

loaned on personal property. We handle! all kinds of Otta Reihhardt'Roy, Courtney, Ruby :" i 'I
SOME NEWRECORDS Durham Ed Swaine, Alice P. Pritch- :: '
DESIGNATED Aaron Kurt It Wrtttea oa This Coupon Kaak. KAttn&ea ,
Jewelry, both new and second-hand. Don't forget. ard Alice Edwards, Carrye Edwards, Win Ie hid 'Those Ket WrttUa Oa It. KtExcepBoa }_ .1 i
Mary Jones, Jno. Frenkel, Florence -to this Rule r.
I P Plpmpnt I t THE WATCHMAKER Balkan, Alice Louise Roch, Minnie ;
J. 106 East Wright Street.t.U Hazel Watson: William Johnson Car- My answers to the puzzles in The Journal to-day art as follows: ;: f fN
A r FABLE[ nella" Di Lustro Willie Harris, Jr., .,iJl ',
Gladys Vaughn Century: S_ Vermillion tt
form one of the requirements of life. Otto Cobb Julia Creary, Corinth 1. ::!
f'I C I h Yours will always be clean if you S Miss; Annie Cherburg, Anita Girl Arthur ,.: :I'. -t-, f
01 send them to
U eall 1 as Johnson, Manuel J. J. Johnson 01-- : _
The New Method tawdry Was the Driest November on Although Existence of An Willie Henderson Muscogee; Bryan No. 2 1. ':f f
PHONE 188 E. W. LAWRENCE. Prop. "e r Melhdd Laundry Bldj. W.. ROMAU Si Vaughn Century; Fla.; Nena Sander -S S 4' 1' ; i.
AGENTS WANTED. Delta; Henry Johnson Lillian Reilly :
Record, and Total Wind uneasy Feeling in Aus- Clinton McConnell, ,Escambia; Marie No. 3. .',fi. l .'' I
Massey, Bertha Gagnet Mary Louise .
Movement Greatest.The tria is Not Denied. Gabel,'.Lucy Swaine, Edith ,Panse ..f i J
.. Myrtle L:.Ruleff, Oliva Thompson Re- No. 4. of' '; i
-- Minnie Barbare. i i
The gina Davenporte. .
Singerin month of November, which Special to The Journal. Arthur.Hagood, Nathan Balkun. Viola t J
came to a close Friday night, made Roch Raymond Watson Dennis No. 5. J 4.
some new records as to weather con Vienna, Dec. I.-The much-dis- Eaganr -Hilda Louise Harris. : M t
Altai r/If- '
Your cused project for the formation of .. ;
ditions especially, as to the total Lowry Anna T* Henrickson. Geo. '1 .
wind movement which was greater "The Three-Kaiser League between Keating,Jr., Montgomery; Clara Girl NtJ. : 0', #i
than any month on record, not excepting -I Austria, Germany and Russia is now Nellie. Blackmeyer. Edgar Collins .Jl .'
r Sewing Room the previous month when the designated as a' mere fable in official' Rosalie Sellers. C. J. Heinbe g, Ethel i J
hurricane added much to the total quarters here. There is no doubt that May IJansenEdna.. May Evans Ellie No. 7.No.t : .. ,
win! movementIt was 'also the the report owed its origin to the resignation Bobe, Clinton Thompkms.. Mnscogee; 'l :- I
f I1 makes that corner of your home a driest November since the establish. of Count Goluchwowski and the Milton Wood Lappington, Mobile, Ala.; I x; I 1\\
place to take pride in. ment of the local weather office. appointment of Baron Aehrenthal as Eva Holsen Sadie Bernstein Irwin. ...1 1 S
And comfort, too. Not only is Weather Observer Reed yesterday Austro-Hungarian Foreign Minister. Morgan, Nelde Taylor. I I
The conclusions drawn from this nom Katie Parker of Muscogee. Fla.. 'Name-
the Singer the lightest-running, issued the following covering the extraordinary
conditions of the past, ination by no means correspond with writes telephone her if she wins the t ',
most noiseless and'efficient of sewing month the actual facts in the_case. It. is an- dollar. bqt- she ,was not fortunate is :.3.; :
4 t1 but know its nounced information derived .Street No.
machines you "U. S. Department of Agriculture,I upon enough to win this time. .
\ always going to stay so.' No disablement Local Office Weather Bureau from well informed quarters that the ; f t' 'f f-
choice of Baron Aehrenthal not only
this because: of missing parts from, Dec"The 1 weather, 1906. for November just! produced disappointment in Berlin but taken place with the Baron far earlier.It Answers to this week's puzzle must be on this coupon and I I-.t! 1 1jli 1 ; ,i t tI
year ,ortenty years past was extraordinary in many actual disapproval. A certain symp- must, not be forgotten that the direction 1
bear this date.
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lfl now-there's a Singer store within I tom of this feeling is the fact that the of the-foreign policy of the I 1, '
r., ( \vays I Raiser,has not appeared anxious to monarchy has been ,
I reach, and know never given by
lour easy you Precipitation."It -i'! 1! '
meet the Baron. KaiserVllheIm, all the Foreign Minister but by the Emperor 1
?p / \ : 'quite well there al- was the driest November on DC"/C"l\/CTrN Large stock of weR-selected Jewelry* : r f
: contrary notwithstanding It Is ,
reports to the Francis Joseph. notorious -
\. will be 1 Ir I. record; only .63 of an Inch of rain ; JUST rftLVsELlvC.LWatches, Silver Novelties and silver! : i
ways might have arranged his movements as has been proved in F
many cases
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was measured. There are only three Plated, ware. Call and get price before buying.
that a meeting would have that the emperor who so often yieldson :-
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** ]Novembers out of the past; twenty- questions ,of domestic policy Insists 'Brent: Building. J. F DAVIS, Jeweler. ,itt' 1fI
eight that had less than one Inch' of
When .
youb upon, the strict observance of >
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rain viz: November 1887, with 065.; ,
., $ y.a sewing ,, 1S94;with .70 and 1906 with .63 of an; his directions in matters of International .................,NNN............>.MM.M.M.MM.. .!
.a. machine policy. No grounds exist for '>f'l .l.
keepin inch. During November 1885 and i "
i supposing. "that.the' monarch on the t v- ;.ff
mind this eleven inches occurred. tp
over
Ji110 1 l l \C v"I ;,1903 Snow has never been observed in J HOT CAKES present occasfon will depart from his One Thirdof :
one thingit'sorlife usuaLhabiU: It Is true neverthelessthat f 'f.
I I l, t I'That's i November. WITHMAPLESYRUP in,the last few years situations
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Temperature. have'arisen 'when'the attitude of certain '
"The mean temperature for No- I Your Life in B.e.d .1 .
I I j statesmen and the Italian press lIt
vember this year and November:i I .
r why have caused an impression in authoritative ;
was 64 degrees which are the t
warmest
:you*-want the Novembers on record;' the cool--I AND GOOD. I Alliance quarters for:Austria here,at that least the, scarcely Triple Since about a :third of your life is spent in lls

Jul N' r Singer. and no'other. mean est November temperature was in 1SSO 56'when degrees.the BUTTER t answered 'any longer to its original oneof bed, why not have the bed comfortable; you : i
when
i The minimum temperature has, the intentfonfor allies-assu>1e\J instance\ a threatening atti get,all that's good and comfortable in the :t., <:
reached freezing only nine times 'in Make a dish fit for a '> ,
tude.Quite recently however an im- bed line here., : t .
The strongest claim that.can be made for a sewing BJUdssfgn November during the past 28'years; Just the thing forbreakfast provement-has taken place In the re ; t
king.
ichine is that it's "practically as good as a Stager" J01ImQlatow the the lowest 13th this when year light v.oas'35 frost occurred degreeson these morn lationswith Italy this being chiefly Iron Beds $2.50, $4,,$5 and. up to $25. f : '
awlwm f10d of
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manifested by- .
Everybody has heard it-but it's better than
never .a.
The average date of the first light : credits for armaments Springs, Woven :Wire and Victor Spiral 450.
Swansdown Cake the large ,
'daim The Singer is in every way the best-all the way frost in the fall is November.- 7th. i ings. planned by.Italy, and exclusively Intended r'i rr. : a
from cam to cabinet-and everybody knows itl I Wind. : FlourVe.stmoreland I( for the fortifications on the Felt Mattresses $6.$0 to $15. :i E :' i'

Sold only by a record"November for the this greatest year total holds wind the!: .and Log Cabin Maple I the Italo-Austrian existence: =it frontier.a-certain Nevertheless uneasy feeling 1 Feather Pillows, $2,:$3, $3.50 and $5. T '.1 r "

movement 8,049 miles giving an: Syrup. cannot be denied especially re- :
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average daily movement of 268.3 i garding the open and secret difficulties i BUY USEFUL CHRISTMAS GIFTS. tft : .:::4!
SINGER miles and an average; hourly, velooi i prepared single Balkan states for i : :
ity of 11.2 miles. The total numberof i. the.' appointmentof i -
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Sewing Machine Co. this miles year was recorded 7706.in September" of Sol Cahn' [ Baron Aerenthal has certainly lathe .. : 1 .!
first place the'-effect as well as S MARSTON & QUINA !
Fopd Stan. still i .It
The best for the _Jackson Th. Pur the intention of producing more -- '

L I 32 South Palafox St. 'Singer. Storeseverywhere! 1 Square, 2 and Coffee.4 pound Put tins.money'up ,ia Absolutely air .t1*ht S o.thweitC.rnerPalatsx and p IateadesdaPhonO.LZ. cordial as.reasons there relations can are persons probably with interested Russia be given as in for many telling it- i I I08nO S. Palafox 51. Phone 149. Pensacola: Ha : i : i il !

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rPAiROLMANMETCALF. CURED: ,OF '> STANCHIONS FOR r WE HAVE JUST ENTERED FLORIDA. ,


The Eastern Companies are making a. .desoerate fight to keep the


RHEUMATISM : \'< RMLROAO 'I State' '- Mutual. Life- Ins-urance"Co." of Ga.

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"!- from doing the business of the south. When one considers that these Eastern

Companies have practically owned the insurance of the South for over 40 years

: BY COOPER'S NEW DISCOVERYThe CARS < and received from that source ''' .

OVER FIFTY: MILLIONS 'OF PREMIUMS EVERY YEAR,

I L I I :celebrated new medicine :with we can understand how keenly they' feel the turning of the tide-by

Which L. T. Cooper_Was accomplished such, ; New' In -
Stationary- Device THESE :PREMIUMS STAYING SOUTH FOR REINVESTMENTS.
remarkable results for the sick and afflict- "

: r ; ed of St. Louis, New Orleans, ,Nashville, vented Jacksonville; When we, THE.STATE :MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE ltO., of Ga, i in

1 : Pittsburg and other large cities throughout ; the beginning of this year gave out our ESTIMATE: of business '/expectedto

y the country. Man Attracts At- do for 1906. we-were told that it would require a business equal to ONE of

a tention. I the- "Big. Three' and that it was out of reason to say that a young

His Letter Tells the Story. I! SOUTHERN: Company would do such a business. We have not only done
A. S. Beville, of Jacksonville an
had more in Alabama in 1906 than any one of them issue ind 1905. but
experienced railroad man, has
Co..
Medicine
The Cooper patented invention which is calculated THAN ALL OF'TliE BIG THREE
2- "" Gentlemen: I have bad. rheumatism for,the last twelvemonths \ MORE TOGETHER

4k1 and was so afflicted'that I could not stoop. -over'or. the railroad to make companies"it an easy to equip matter their for I as will be seen by the following, which is taken from the "Alabama Insurance
the ground. -
i pick up anything on "
fi flat cars with stationary stanchion. of 1906
t used one bottle of the New Discovery medicine and I, Report ; _
something whichbas Ions been demanded "
I-x feel perfectly relieved. walk. Her by the shippers of that classof MUTUAL LIFE OF NEW YORK . .$3,499,262
not
could I
; Y My wife was worse than I was and II
i 15 t feet",and ankles were badly swollen._ : rment freight, for-the"purpose which requires'of retainingja-an :equip- JtfEW YORK LIFE .. . . .. . 2,463,7P9

p'r Phe began taking the medicine and before theJfrrst walk bat and ':load t, says the Jacksonville Times-1 EQUITABLE LIFE e . . .. .. . 1,632,969
tle was used she was much better, being able to. Union. e.
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to work. I want i Several years ago, the various saw- Combined total of "Big Three".,. .$7,596,000
treatment, and ,
Ve are going to continue the
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; S (mill associations through the south' '
5* ;. everybody to know how much: we,'have been.benefitted. .took the matter of stationary equip Business written in Alabama, during the. TEN; MONTHS of 1906 by the
forces
.;# I am a patrolman on the City-Police ment for flat cars with the railroad STATE CO.
S r CHARLES P_ METCALF up MUTUAL, LIFE INSURANCE ., of Ga. .$7,613,750
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companies and insisted that the railroad
i Indianapolis, Ind. companies provide their own This,shows that'we have .written more business in TEN MONTHS of ,

1S stakes, instead of having them sup- ,1906 than=the "Big Three' combined issued during theTWELVE MONTHS of
IS A
RHEUMATISM. :: plied by the sawmill men and at the 1905.r- .
'expense'the shipper. But owing to

1 BLOOD DISEASE, I;the give lack to the of companies any device the which opportunity would DOES THIS NOT SHOW THAT WE ARE DOING THE LIFE IXSURj j

Caused by excessive acidity "of the'fluids for furnishing these stationary stanchions ANCE'BUSINESS OF THE SOUTHand

of the stomach. Cooper's New Discovery I practically; the prevented railroad companies from complying were that there must: ":be, something p .r icul.r y;good about our' policies that en- I

will neutralize these acids and expel them ,with,the demands of the sawmill men: ables us to d :such a tremendous business. ,in the face of the concentrated fire I
the the attention
Later matter was called to
I -- CHARLES P. METCALF. and give quick relief,to rheumatic painsCooper's 'of the railroad commissions of made on us by all companies, 'the Eastern: Companies in particular?

g several southern states and a ruling We are writing the cleanest, broadest, fairest Annual Dividend policiesthat
New,Discovery costs $1.00 per bottle; six for $5.00. Cooper'sQuick made that, the railroad companies '
found
be and contain
can they larger GUARANTEED
would compelled to furnish station ; LOANS and
Relief, the assistant remedy, costs 50c per bottle. Buy from our agent, ary equipment. This ruling on the CASH VALUES than ,any other, policy sold in the South. j
or where we have no agent send the'price: of the remedies you wish direct.to part' of' the railroad commission wasco'nte'steo" '
It will be interest to of '
by the' transportation com to your give one our agents thirty minutes of
The Cooper Medicine Co., Dayton, Ohio and the medicine will forwarded. -, panies''and the matter is still awaiting time. your

to you, charges prepaid. Sold by a decision of the courts.Modef'on '
Exhibit.. OUR'ASSETS MORE THAN: DOUBLE OURLIABILITIES.VIVIAN .
S In the meantime Mr., Bevflle, Inspired
by the necessity, for such & H. MARSHALL, ,212-213-214 City Bank, Mobile,.Alabama.
L HOOTO 8 PHARMACY. equipment and appreciating the advantages GENERAL AGENT FOR WEST' FLORIDA AND ALABAMA.
1 1 *' of having that equipment
provided as cheaply aa .possible, interested .....,,=.
himself in an effort .devise .
I some plan whereby the fiat car stakes -
By a loop device these chains maybe
< believe 'it may be- it will be possible,\'the could car be and made at permanent the same time fixture arrange to)easily; released when the load settles
flSti! COMMISSION IS to hatch artificially the mullet fry. them .so that they could be removed and forces the stakes to spread.: :4 GOOD
Straps are run alongside the nody'of'tbe' : SIDEWAl! ({
I just as shad fry and the fry of other, easily when occasion required. That
fish are hatched. To accomplish this he has been successful his model, now car, but in such a manner as not
to interfere with the stake
STUDYING THE MULLET result the Fish Hawk the largest, on exhibition in Jacksonville proves pockets.
steamer,"in the service of the fish commission : beyond a doubt.. He has provided a These straps are of metal and to them
is now at Mosquito Inlet, on most.practical method for meeting all are attached the'stakes by means of a Gives the most ordinary property an appearance of sub-
the east coast of Florida, and the ex- of the requirements and at the came chain and rings. When the stakes are stantial value. A poor one can ruin the effect of the hand-
r coasts of North Carolina and South perts on board of her are endeavoring time has given to the railroads an appliance not in use theyare detached from the somest house and grounds. You don't want any ragged
Carolina. Thousands of- barrels-of to solve ,the"problem'which has ,puz which can be added to any flatcar pockets and easily moved to a box edges to, your property.
them are shipped annually, from bothof zled the fish commission for many quickly and cheaply. provided each end and underneaththe Among good sidewalks a well laid concrete one is easily
these states and from Florida. The : years. There have been a number of inventions car. The ring fits over the metal best. Lasts longer costs less for repairs and adds an air of
run of mullet begins in the Carolinas: "It is the purpose of these expertsto along this line but all of strap and holds the stake to it. solid dignity and worth.
early in the autumn and in Florida take the ripe eggs from the female, them, with the exception ol the one Everything is so constructed as to We lay such sidewalks and back every one with our guar
waters, on the east coast, it begins fertilize them with the milk of the lby I|I Mr. Beville, has lacked simplicity make the task of removing the stakes antee. Way we estimate on yours:
November.. The fish appear in untold male .and hatch tngm artificially. practicability. Some of the Appliances comparatively an easy matter. Any
millions. The schools Once this accomplished, the I hand at a saw mill may do the workin
; are some- fry provided by these inventions
times miles in extent the fish seemingly -I will be deposited in the waters of the I were'so expensive as to.be prohibitive, lessthan ten minutes, where it now Pensacola Cement 'Stone Company (
being crowded together so close south coast to add to the vast number but in the case of the invention of Mr. requires a couple of hours, and about ,
ly as to form a solid mass. In Florida of mullet already there. The fry will f Beville, a car can be equipped at a.I$2 worth of lumber to provide stakes
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particularly the first 4run"of be protected 'until they are large for a'car. I S. J. Harvey
I Imullet" cost not exceeding $25.-and the equipment Manager. Telephone 1485.
is an event of great importance: enongh to take careuj themselves."No I will be permanent in every re, A Good Feature. ,
Indeed, it is said that if the announce- fish in southern waters ,is of spect. I' .of. the most advantangeous
ment is made in church that the mule greater importance, commercially,j I Mr. Beville has in giving this appliance in connection with his inven-
let have begun to run all the elo- than the mullet. It is highly-desirable to-the transportation world, a, of Capt. Beville is that in the
quence of the pastor will not restrainthe therefore, that the fish be ,not only,j l proper conception of what has been event of an accident to the car there
congr gatidn. The people will protected but that its habits be thoroughly -i?1,demanded. In fact he has so well followed -would be no trouble in reloading"and
leave the oburch 3n' masse and hurry understood. It will -be a.great-?f' the rules of simplicity of 'eon-holding.the. load to the car. The SaKe
to the;riverside., ,and assist in catchingthe step forward if the fish can be hatched .struction, that he has succeeded in inventing wooden stakes may break the device
fish. artificially, as this will prevent its J}t something which can be readily may be bent so as to make repairs
The mullet is regarded as one" of ultimate extinction as an article of-' necessary, but If the ear can be
: applied to any flat car; without taking -
the'finest edibl (;dishes in the Atlantic food and preserve what is now a great f i i from the present equipment of the moved, all that would be necessary Monday Dec. 10 at I 11 I a. m.
I'r waters. In aenfte of the Southern industry on the south Atlantic cosaL"MUNICIPAL I car as much as a naiL would be tq provide new stakes and ,
states it is protected by laws in the 1 I l A Simple Device.As place them in the pockets. This done
spawning 'season, the fish not being I HOGRAISING the. car would proceed with its load.
I I a matter of course all that has All the stock furniture and fixturesBankrupt of the
allowed to be taken in nets during the i been needed'to: provide a permanent But with the other devices which ,
period when they are supposed to be I I I have been invented where an accident
SCHEMESpecial equipment Is a device by means of
is. for the to estate of Hoist Bros. the north-
spawning. Opinions differ as to the I :which the stakes would be locked to occurrs.it necessary car bankrupt, at
time and place of their and return to its home shop,'sometimes 503:
spawning to The Journal :the car, and in such a manner as cdnld
It is to determine, if possible, these I I Berlin, Dec.. 1.-Berlin's aristocratic : be easily fitted Into their pockets, or miles away to repair it so as to retain!east corner of ,Baylen and Zarragossa streets,
': points that the fish commission is,con- suburb of Charlottenburg. i removed, but at the same time connected its load. This feature was given care-
ducting its investigation. tains 'con-: i ful study Jby Capt Beville and it'was Pensacola Fla. Each article be
more millionaires than any city with the car, preserving the to sold
II by this in mind that he sepJ-
keeping was
The Accepted Theory. in .Germany, has decided to go Into I stakes and keeping them intact. '
"The generally: accepted: theory is the hog-raising business on its own ac : The stakes which have been provided -able,to invent system of permanent rately. For further information apply to
I' stakes which is not and
only simple
that the -mullet': spawns at sea but count in order to overcome the hard.j' by Mr. Beville's Invention are the ,
this is contradicted by close observers of the those which at cheap but which in no wise takes from
ships meat famine. The municipal :same as are present in ALFRED MOOG
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of the habits of the fish many of council proposes jto assemblela use. They are adapted fit the cus- the present equipment of a flat car. ,
whom maintain' that the fish spawnsin I I herd of many thousands of swineto r.tomary pockets of any flat, car, and Capt. Beville has exhibited: his
the creeks adjacent to the ocean, fatten them at the expense of the :are arranged in the' ordinary manner mOdel to number of ranroaa officialsof Trustee.IJUST .
where Jt lies in untold millions I the south and all of them have indicated
for municipality. in one of the council's, along the sides of the car.
several days at a time. Thus far the huge vacant areas and to feed them,. Each'-stake isprovided with a to him that it is the most ser-
experts of the fish commission have on the household garbage gatheredby sleeve,! adjacent, to its upper end to viceable of any of the several Inventions "** *"- 4
been unable to catch the male mullet the city and hitherto used for:;fen which'a-chain is attached, said chain on this line.
T when his 'mIlk will fertilize the eggs .tilling; purposes. meeting the. chain from the op- The railroad companies have made i.I i.I
1 properly, If this could be done-and It is expected that Charlottenburg'sexample' .1 posite; stake and thus serving as every effort to provide permanent A FEW MORE LEFT
the fish culturists-of the commission I will be widely followed. a strap to hold the stakes in place.. {stakes men and several have'submitted arrangements to the, none sawmill -.:f >
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._ of Jackson Square Coffee. Ask your!:]
t grocer for a free sample. l: of those ODD AND END SUITS I've been I,

It f ; You Are 'Probably, MARRIED AFTER Ii j! ,telling about and '.y \N

RUNAWAY :>

S )44 Special to The 'MATCHj J THEY'RE GOING FAST. :' MIn

Berlin, Dec. 1.Mr. Karl Han thej I J| **4

a R..ose"ustomcr naturalized American; German birth ; y ; who was arrested "at"the Hotel Cecil, 1 and-fine.material; and y
London,'a few days ago on the charge : "
of murdering tis mother-in-law ath I j workmanship, but odd and end sizes, from

> Baden-Baden, married his wife after i:* 4S
l $9.75t9 $16.50. They're .p.
a runaway match and has'had a very :
*;.fiv If you:are you know'the quality of Rose's Old Rye and Rose's Old COIn: romantic career. He met his '.wife i< /

:, You know that for thirty-nine Rose has been distilling' and when she was'a student'in Zurich and J*" WORTH 25 PER ; /
..c7n,. Q b.. II years whiskey selling asked her parents consent to marry i! CENT p
to the consumers You know that Rose does< ,.not,sacrifice. quality for'-prke. her. When this was refused the pair I:
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'!- :. .. ran away and were secretly married! '. 7
more than I'm asking for them. You had **
;- Mr. Hau. who returned from Con-"
You know that Rose depends upon absolute purity to sell his whiskey.: : '. -t. stantinople some months ago, spent i better take I
You know that in case of sickness that you can give Rose's- Whiskey (fo. any'ineniber-of your family with the this summer at Baden Baden 'where advantage before the COLD *4 4
he met Mrs: Molitor, his mother-in-
.supreme satisfaction of knowing that you are using the best to be had. .. ,{-" Jaw"almost daily. For several weeks ,: WEATHER strikes you. They are bargains. 4M

.You know thatyour :always} shipped by first,express:after": receipt* ," :' '. be stayed, at her villa. ; ......

: You know that you could have gotten your money back if not satisfied'by asking for it. You-know ,that K.'OF.P.ENDOWMENTRANK ;i *4

Rose's most valuable asset, is back of every sale That's his reputation. ;*, MEETINGA A FULL AND COMPLETE **

Four full?quarts of Rosens' Old Rye or Rose's Old Corn or 4.quarts assorted, shipped by express'prepaid for t'h'Eudowment 'TJ Line of /
meeting Clothingand ?
for Youths and
Rank Furnishings Men
$3.10 to any address in the following states: Georgia, Florida, AlabamaN. Carolina'S. Carolina, or any point on K. of P., will be held Tuesday, Dec. g ,

Adams or.Southern Express line*. _.? '. T-!? at 7 p. m_ sharp, for the purpose 4'1:SS Boys, at prices perfectly satisfactory, I
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Remit by Postoffice.or Express(!.IOQeyOrderNew York Exchange, or: send.the money by-registered mail. Do electing business officers' and considering .. 7

:not send stamps or personal checks. v _., H. HORSLER, Presiding. (It
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n J-D GOSS, Secretary.

i 4 Feachtreo 9trecAtlanta. Nov 2T-TL' .JOS. COLEMAN

Dose! L".quor" Company: : Wherever Jackson Square Coffee ,
: Ga.. bas been tried its cup quality has N
been praised. Phone 727. '
Leading
grocers have 212 S. Palafox Street z
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ESTABLISHED 1867 .: It here. Ask.,rour grocer for free
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AN OFFERING OF Watch
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_, SILKS and DRESS GOODS for our W. J,: 6 B FORBES for our faImUl


I :.. e z While we have not the HolidayBargain { HolidayBargain __ .

... ., room here to describe the ..Chinese Rags ._
123 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. 4
many fine Silks and Dress Sale. Sale. and and .,. t
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Goods, still we do wish to remind ., -

you that here will be Japanese \ Stair .f

ji 'found many valuable offerings The question of the hour is that of buying Christmas M attlnCs. .. ,- '11 I Carpets. r 4 r.it


which. will pay to investigate. presents. The object of such offerings presented below t tff.: %j l t

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I I is to show the thrifty buyer where he or she can save a. S 'I'II jii' i 11

ii.i. rfc
i dollar here and there on useful and needful apparel andfurnishings. '

1:t Here Are Our Offerings I for Newlmpo'rtationsinMattingsfromChinaandJap' '&', .1

t;:1: the Little Ones. Dollars saved ,now mean extra money to buy New importations; ( ? Yes, just recen'ed-Chma and ,. : .(

the dear to hearts Japan Mattings in plain and carpet figurings. These } t
gifts I so our at Christmas tl I.d e. = 1 .
1! i, Mattings are considered exceptionally, valuable offerings = '
SHORT AND LONG COATS
I, and positively cannot be matched in this city. 50

FANCY LACES AND EM OUR UMBRELLAS FOR rolls -2,000 yards' obtainable at from i
11 for the tiny tots-Silks! and Ottomans of finest texture, a f -t
BROIDERIES.I LADIES and GENTLEMEN 20c to 35c a yare d). .4. *: t .
1, made to wear as well as for appearance. A good scope ** :f ,, k
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. in price, but only one quality-the best for the money. There is always a greatVet weather protection A SMYRNA RUG FOR YOU. 3S
I i demand for laces of betm f
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the of reliable t
: shape a and will it if '
you surely appreciate: bought from this
$1 50 $5 00 Garment. fit ter quality at this season. Umbrella-that's the line I t >*
From to a ; grand lot. Fifty Rugs,30x60, valued at $2.50, how t r I
i. .i. :,l Laces for trimmings, laces. presented here. :lfany'ele-
$2.00.
{;: rl;.t.;:' 1\\ for? fancy work, laces for gant handle designs, steel I, 4
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: .J, l' :: big! demand with our new rods, waterproof Umbrel- FOR THE KITCHEN FLOOR. I .

I .A, k .; 7,efts. We are ready for a las-cheap enough, but V. 5 The celebrated \Vtlds Lmoleums-we are the sole ; : t 3;

1 .;i N iJf,2"Wl 1 stock bought early in an- good values. agents. The Linoleum the government specifies for .

i i THE BABIES' CAPS ('- 4> ij ticipation. Genuine Val. 100 LADIES UMBRELLAS offices and all places where linoleums are used. .. i'

laces these. %26-Inch plats and handles- I
fancy of variety of ; 11
offered.make ideal I companion apparel 1 to our Babies' ," design. They are positively $U5 values offered: at FOR THE HALL STAIRS' ::t'1'

Coats. Everyone hand-made, from the best Fre ch. NEW E MBROIDERIES. ?; 83 cents. An exceptionally fine line of Stair Carpets in an end- f.:j 1r. i,
100 GENT'S UMBRELLAS. less of colors and ''
variety
styles. Many grades some
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:.j', makers of New Orleans. Words cannot do these caps Something new and elegant here. None_ "When buying Umbrellas. we remembered the selling as low as 1 t.";+ I I
: I gents by getting' a Jot of 26 and. 28-inch, steel rod, -- "
justice, but they're the best we ever sold. too big a stock, so come early. I dandies. ., 89 cents. 25c the yard.'THOUSANDS 1



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.lk/tt11ttL) Qz; 'xi axlt=JI.JIl:!"[ant supervisors. Then In order of [FYJ
' OF MEN LEARN [seniority, other things being equal, f 1. :
CAFE {it they become supervisors, assistant
i i 1{engineers, superintendents. With few } ,'t ,

RAILROADING AT ALTONAPicked Io exceptions the divisions the east superintendents of Pittsburgh served on all fTPECIALBAR-GAIN SALE 8 f r' -tru

i NONPAREIL i iXJ their time in Altoona.
As men start in the railroad service z
is the largest freight yard In the at Altoona, so it is the great ambition S. I., '
Men From Colleges world. It is seven miles- from end 8 1-2 S. Paiafos Street upstairs. = of large numbers of them to
to end, and in that 'stretch are 221 I rise to positions in the company :OF: m
and Shops There Study miles of tracks. In one month last Open 7 a. m. to 9.(:; which will call them back there. For ft'';
here are located the headquarters of
154,442 the I
year cars passed through
Art of town. Dozens of trains, laden with OUR SPECIALTIES: = the general superintendent of the t.II t. U Us.
Transpor- ccal, come in from the mountain district Business Men's Dinner, 12 to Pennsylvania Railroad Division, the Ladies' Cloaks I Suits
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every' day, the cars are separated I'* 2:30, 50 cents. I largest and most Important of all the N ; '
tation. and classified and new made trains = Theatre Parties, regular board.' grand divisions of the Pennsylvania II ;
and Meal
era Tickets. i=' lines east of Pittsburgh and Erie, .
roll eastward. The total movementof '
.
:t' Here are gathered a number of the At : tII
j PHONE 1530.
the Altoona .
SOMETHING OF THE FACILITIES freight care through' Ixl I
yards in one was 2,004,603, the ::1 principal operating officials of the '
year '=
The neatest cleanest and best
AFFORDED AT THE GIGANTIC I average movement per day is about 5 n? place in town in which to get your road and with them their families. :AND: r.MILLINERY' r.
6,000 trains _. meals. Recreation and: social facilities had
cars Ninety-nine freight
PLANT AND RAILROAD YARDS, have been known to come Into Al- :1: Come once; vre will trust yoi to d to be prorided..ior both old and young. II ,
come again. nl Altoona, at beSt.1snot
a a garden spotIn
toona from the west in-a single day
WHERE FIFTEEN THOUSANDMEN of twenty-four hours. l i a .7ih7xfl7a:;;: mll summer; particularly. It is very hot f
and Therefore, just 1 L'rI
disagreeable.- as
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ARE EMPLOYED The student here learns that to take S
would set about the of
they building
care of this steady flow of traffic in- ;
either work or get out. It's dirty a new round house, or car shop In
New York. Dec. 1.-There Is nothing creasing day after--- day week after :
or which the onrushing flood of pros- week, a remarkable machinery of grimy, work, too,. at the beginning; the same business-like manner the }
,".'ritin the United States has created yard management and train manipulation but when a man is through with ,this railroad officer attended to making IS i I Iat
o grater demand than for trained : has of necessity been developed. apprenticeship he has a good start. conditions as agreeable as possible for I f L-F-I If'I J.I
ailroad men. There is no railroad : The intricacy of it leads' to a dizzi- "Post-Graduate" Railroading. the men. U
whool.\ no railroad college in this ness in the head. A torte of 25 yard Special apprentices as they are Clubs for Officers and Men. the.READYTOWEAR. 3 I.t
country, in the accepted sense. As masters and assistant yard masters called-usually college graduatescome They took hold of the Altoona ,
have to Altoona to take a course in Cricket Club, which had been in existence '
tae best possible substitute for such charge of the. work/.andunder
.in institution, there has grown up'at them are hundreds of clerks: car the shops. They must go through the for many years, and turned it RJ I
blacksmith shop, the tool shop, the into a club for the officers of the main.
\ Pennsylvania, a railroad university markers, levermen, switch tenders, STORE.We ,
of vast proportions-the alma enginemen, conductors and brakemen. wheel shop, the tank shops the boil- tenance of way motive power and "1 f
er' shops-all the different shops. other departments, and the special
mater of railroad men all over theitufive Fifty-Acre Study Hall. I ,
;, states of the Union. Another gigantic study hall is here They must learn how to keep accountsin apprentices. If any club can boast of I
There the shop clerks' office. Some timeis a more beautiful situation and groundsIt
is in
no other place that offers the greatest railroad shops in the
.ia real parallel. From the time one world. From all over the Pennsylvania's spent in the draughting room and is fortunate. The Cricket Club- I Offer the Following Bargains for This Week. I 'I
it still retains it old name-Is the ;
on '
reaches Altoona to the timehe leavesno system east of Pittsburgh, cars some in the laboratory (or testing
-- matter how long that may be- and locomtives by the thousands are room.) Through it all the apprenticesare crest of a high bill that rises far '
Read Each item One is Saver. :
as Every a Money F. i'i'the
in which the
the
.he hears "the company" spoken of by sent to be repaired. On October 1, carefuly watched and directed.A above valley run I
"' ;t' citizens!: without any qualifying adJl'f.tt'e. for instance, 12,065 freight cars were record of every man's performanceis railroad tracks. In every directionone .
! Everybody Knows what that repaired In these shops. The machine kept. looks down. Golf links tennis .' I
iiiifans, so there's no use of wasting shops have a floor area of 71,392 Here, too, In the department of the courts, indoor James-aIl the appoint- COAT DEPARTMENT. SUIT DEPARTMENT'
v ords. square feet, or 15 ''1-2 acres, and In principal assistant engineer, are gath- ments of a well-regulated country club "' 1 50 Semi-fitting Black Broadcloth 100 Black Suits. These come in t i'I.
ered, from all of the are provided.For .., Coats, tailored, lined
The society of Altoona is railroad them are employed 5,100 menThe parts system elegantly Broad Cloth, also in unfinished '
S'x-tety. the Y. II. C. A. is a railroad car shops and shop yard'cover about east of Pittsburgh and Erie young the men employed by the Penn- N throughout with guaranteed satin.
V M. ('. A, the club is a railroad club, 80 acres, and the Juniata shops. In- civil engineers eligible for promotionto sylvania Railroad Company the Y. :M. Former price $2.50, for Monday Cheviots, lined with guaranteed satin m 1 6
Among the men all serious..talk is of cluding yard and buildings, forty the position of assistant supervisor. CL A. offers the advantages of the ,to''' only Pony, loose and tight fitting jackets. : : -1
':ailruads. Their wives and daughters acres. In the East Altoona engine These youths, after completing their club. Books and papers are there in t $15.00.Don't Well tailored throughout A bar.
inmibe, the interest-they are railroad house are 180,779 square feet, of floor education at technical schools and col- plenty comfortable sitting rooms and Miss This. gain at $18.00 Monday only J t F t- .
'iwn. If a visitor comes to town it'akn space and 729 men are employed; 300 leges, have entered the service of games. Nowhere has a branch of theY '
M. C. A. been more thoroughly de- One lot of all-wool 54-inch Ions f
the either in the construc- ftJ
1> locomotives there
company
: for granted that he has some- are handled every I f
I":.ju: to do with the railroad, and the day. The South" Altoona foundries tion department or in the offices of veloped and nowhere has one had loose-fitttng Coats. These Coats\are $12.50.. i fIftJ
division superintendents. As they greater opportunities to spread its 'positively the best value even given. ..
s-TTOsition; is usually correct. have a floor area of 317,807 square
Support For 45,000. feet, and the"'yard covers 84 acres; show fitness for advancement they benefits Men go there instead of sa Well worth $12.00, for :Monday only One Lot ot Colored Suits in all i .
'n the Pennsylvania offices, shopsand the men employed there numer 1,000. are sent' to Altoona, where a recordis loons. Even as a strictly business I' 5 $7.50. ': k...the leading stylish shades, made in I t ,
yards at Altoona, steadily em- The total flqor area of all the shopsis kept of their age, education and proposition the Cricket Club and theI J the very best styles, well worth : .
I Y. M C. A. would be profitable inveatjments One Lot of Ladies and Misses Cra- (
;'toyed, are 15,000 men, enough to nearly 50/ acres and the space Is previous experience. v $18.00, for Monday only
make a good sized army. On the basis increasing every year. Highest Standards Taught. I for the company. They make f w venettes in all shades, loose or tight ''
Well
of three persons to a family a conservative With these extraordinary facilitiesat They become acquainted with the better workers. fitting splendid material. .. f fru
estimate, that means 45,000 hand, youths from all over the general routine of maintenance of Not only is the Pennsylvania in- worth $12.00 :Monday only 1450. i ;, .
human beings looking to one source country gather there to learn. They work\ and with the Pennsylvania meth- 'debted to Altoona for thousands of Its ftJ $8.50. Don't Miss This. i !
'or their supportAs learn railroading from the bottom up. ods of operating a railroad. From principal men, but many other rail- a
one tremendous classroom here "Silk stockings" find no place-its this force men are appointed assist-''roads have drawn operating officials
}from among those who have learned
the art'of transportation there. When MILLINERY! MILLINERY! r
I the International Railway Congress ,
niet In this country last year one of

r-. yLr's'rcwA -its chief greatest purposes railroad was to town visit on Altoonathe earth fa We will place to-morrow the following big bargain In our Millinery deN "

Wherever there are a pair of steel on*i partment'N
iron rails, there Altoona is known. ." in all shades former _
iN 200 Ready-to-Wear Street Hats, -, nj iN'

NUN RftUSDTO price $2.50 and $3, Monday only .at_____________ $1. ru-;

r 1I .m 100 Trimmed Hats very latest styles and all shapes,. :"" ru )= t

APPEAR IN COURTON former price $4, for Monday only;..*. --..:------,.. ct2 25 N'

.i One lot of White Felt Street Hats, in all shapes, r ,

ACCOUNT OF VOWS, AND THE former price 2.50, for Monday only.___._______ $J.25 N"'I

I Li k- r- To TOKTIFY Tfl Doff i

1 1 i A5M1 T FATlfillE Tuff COURT HELD CONVENT.SITTING IN A I IK ALL ARE CORDIALLY INVITED. I'm m' t

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at Vienna Salzburg Dec.has 1.been-The forced criminal to hold court a I''I'The Ready to Wear Store d

sitting: in a convent owing to the refusal ,
: -' SOLD. Iff SEALED FAOM ES to give evidence in pub '
of nun
An old soldier writes about p '- J. a 'm Falk & Friedman, Proprietors RI :: : f s

ARIOSA Coffee "Your coffee / OmY-'fDi yout! paGYCYlOi.1' lic.A wood cutter in the service of the
: tecfaoa''oi consumers.roastedand convent on the Nonnberg was on trial Brent Building. 27 South Palafox Street.aeeaeaaaeeesessgaeeBeesaaeeaaaaeaa iti ,-{
h the best and richest coffee I ever i r for stealing and the evidence of Sister "
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pores each berry sealed with average cost per pound,and enables us Celestine, one of the nuns was material aaei 1
drank since I left the service,from a coating of fresh eggs and 1 pure sugar, to give you better coffee for your She however refused to attend t

'61 until I received your coffee to hold the goodness in and make the money ,than you can buy in any other ::the court forbade on the her ground to allow of herself her vows to ;.i J ,
which
coffee settle clear and quickly. Better way. There are more packages of abbess took her place behind a .. 4." ,
yesterday. A soldier knows coffee I be seen by men. R. J. CART Prwidcnt. JXO. B. MASSET. SocreUrr.
ARIOSA 'd. ] of Salzburg curtain so she could be, heard but not
in the United States appeal to the archbishop
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by the tact and the way it makes him than "fresh roast" Wanning a than all the other Coffee packages ,;I elicited the reply that only the seen. 'The' sister .then underwent a C4H."V &;, CO. ;)
eel, and Would sooner go without little develops the flavor and makes die combined. ,, Pope himself could release the sister cross examination, and on her evidence <
I from her vows. so arran -pm >nt8 were the man was condemned to two Wholesale and fUtall Dealer In Steam ? f '
I tis bread than without his coffee. smd ng easy. Our enormous coffee be examined in the : Domestic Anthracite and Blacksmith COA L i'! f T
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If made for her
: your grocer wl not supply,write to.ARBUCXLE i months Imprisonment Office 43 S. Palafex It. Telephone M. -- .1
A uclles* ARIOSA was the first business,TtrffTng: the next four largest convent The anti-clerical papers here protettagainstjevidence Yard: Comer Tarragon and Gonzalez s rStrecta.
; BROS The and the council were accommodated Yard phuwland :. :
wed,packaged coffee packaged for firms in the world{ together,reduces our N..Yrk CaY.- Judge In the visitors room.II, being admissable. ,given' In this way _: ..; 1:
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EDMUNDSEN "
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