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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 4, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-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.
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IX NO. 285.
PENSACOLA FLORIDA. TUESDAY
MORNING DECEMBER.4.
c--- 1906. PRIC" "FNT.


'IFTT-NINTH CONGRESS IMPORTANT DECISION DEFENSE BEGINS I !


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MEETS IN LAST SESSION" BYTHESUPREME COURT IN PEONAGE CA E : j




,, IN FORBES LAND CASE


;tr"wJg: List of Appointments MILLIONS .STAI RVING IN x 1: : -


Received from PresidentBut Ruling of United States Court for Southern Ditrict of


No Action Is RUSSISeveniy IAN' PROVINCESWHITE Florida Reversed in Case Involving Two Mil- \ : :

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Taken on Them. lion Acres of Land on West Coast- Phos-


Million Dollars Nec- Rate Decision Affirmed.By ..
MAN BROUGHT phate .

Resolutions of Inquiry Re- essary to Furnish Ade- ONLY ONE DOLLAR AT -- State I

KENTUCKY AUCTION.By Associated Press. main "wherever found. :The .
garding Negro Troops, quate Assistance.IN Associated: Press Washington, Dec. 3.-The United! court to-day reversed the' decision.supreme : 'e'rs: l i :

Elizabethtown, Ky. Dec.3.- States supreme court today .decided
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Introduced. Dock the case of the United Sttftes versus PHOSPHATE RULING, 8.1
Aurury, white
convicted
of Daclour and othersinv; ltlng nearly!I I! UPHELD BY COURT
vagrancy and under the
SAME
REGIONS INHABITANTSHAVE
two million acres of the west coast i
law of Kentucky, ordered sold of Florida, in favor of the United Washington, Dec. 3.-The Federal j
l-NDREDS DISAPPOINTED IN NOT BEEN SUFFERING FOR Into servitude'for nine months, States. Supreme Court to-day affirmed the "

TEN YEARS, ONLY TWO CROPS brought only one dollar at The suit arose from a Spanish decision of the Florida Supreme ,
GAINING ADMISSION TO GAL.LERIES to-day
auction His
to-day. reputationfor grant to John Forbes & Co., in 1818 Court sustaining the action of the ;
TO WITNESS OPENING HAVING BEEN RAISED DURING laziness and an enormous by the governor general of Cuba. The Railroad Commission in fixing the it was
appetite were considered disproportionate district court for the southern diS-1 i'maximum rate for the transportation cannot

CEREMONIES PRESIDENT'S THAT PERIOD-GIRLS SOLD INTO to his earning trict of Florida held that the i of phosphate'in Florida at, one cent trains
capacity. ants were entitled to the unsettled per mile. The railroad's defnse was: stop

MESSAGE WILL BE RECEIVED SLAVERY. :. :. land within the grant. 'a out eighty/; that the rate was unreasonable and The
thousand arces, and to twelve hundred deprived them of property without
TODAY-MORGAN STILL ON thousand acres of vacant public do- due process of law. pi
B:> Associated Press.
CROMWELL'S TRAIL.By St. Petersburg, Dec. 3.-Princes

Lvoff and Orbelianl, representativesfrom ClOSING SCENESENSATmNAl one
Moskow to the famine relief organization GRAND JURY RETURNS leans. : !
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Associated Press. furnish the following facts trains
ashington, Dec. 3.-The fifty. concerning the conditions in the cision

;ta congress began its last session famine-stricken provinces: FOR MURDER nolia. [
total failure and in twenty provincesvery the I
:.sen minutes to arrange the prelim- poor. Twenty million people uuuhU__ to the

ides and the house one hour. :need assistance until the new crops cause

The senate received from the presi-- are available, to ward off starvation.In Jury For the Fall Term of
nt a strong list of appointments for II some regions the inhabitants have Defense in Gillette Trial Ul POliCIES :t

nflrmation but in executive session, I been suffering from starvation for ten the Circuit Court Em- '
_e senate decided, as nomina- years and passable crops were gath--: Dramatically AttacksState's
!ered only two in the decade. .
'D3 were received before the body years
as formally organized, to make no Prince Lvoff believes the governIment paneled Yesterday.: f

infirmatlons until the annual mes- estimate of fifty million dollarsfor I Witnesses.By C CAN N CELLED[ I
gf was received! and the session a famine relief is inadequate. The ,
jl: > started. Moskow organization calculates that THE FIRST CASE TO BE EXAMINED TO
Senators Penrose and Foraker seventy million, possibly more will Associated Press. I
.c!> offered a resolution of inquiry be necessary. Herkimer, N. Y., Dec. 3.COntraryto INTO WAS THAT OF

-girding: the negro troops of the Lvoff confirms the report that girlsin expectations the Gillette case was Upon Buildings Owned by MARION SHAVERS, COLORED,
,lenty-fifth infantry. One resolution the Kaxan.province are being sold '
is adressed to the president and the into slavery and taken to Mohomedan not submitted to the jury to-night asdefendant'B I CHARGED WITH MURDER OF A '
the of Vice- harems. council addressed the Tobacco Trust on Ac-
:ie; to secretary war..
--eZldent Fairbanks suggested that J jury until the hour of adjournment, WOMAN AT MILLVIEW, AND f

vasunusual to transact business six p. m. District Attorney Ward count of Incendiary t I :
[jS> be president's message had will sumup to-morrow and the case TRUE BILL WAS RETURNED.The 4

[:MS received and the resolutions THE ELKS PAY will probably reach the jury at noon. Action.By In[ : ;
,tilt over by unanimous consent. The closing scene in the Gillette
fall term of the circuit court '
r:* opening of both houses was trial to-day was characterized by a
trussed by an animated throng for Escambia county convened yesterday -
sensational attack witnesses for
on Associated Press. morning Judge F. B. Carter, presiding i
iai filled the gallery. Hundreds the state. It was dramatically declared Princeton, Dec. 3.-All Insurance -
Ky. :
and State Solicitor J. Walter ; I
ft'' disappointed in not gaining ad-
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TRIBUTE TO that the five physicians who politicles covering the buildings :
Kehoe in attendance. Considerable i
r.'on. swore to a blood clot on Grace owned or controlled by the so-called the !
business was disposed of during
Eeven new members of the, house
Brown's brain. falsehood in Kentuckywere
swore a ; tobacco trust western
resented credentials and took the : day, the grand jury being The ;
that apreed the result of
they on a common story cancelled to-day, mpaneled'i
the civil docket sounded and
th of office. for the witness stand and deliberately I the burning; oi byo! '-v ..n'g.* by a I I : '
trial, and murder ease .
one
After the appointment of the usual DEAD E witheld testimony favorable to Gil mob here Friday night. I a'f'.jr hearing. Court adjourned about 5 mas .I I t[ 4
jamittee: to wait on the presidente themob's fifty of
lette. It was also intimated that the The excitement Caused by until this
house. adjourned out of respect toe physicians were improperly influenced. .action is intense and interestwas o'clock yesterday afternoon to ; t
the last business of the day
,
morning
of deceased members.The
memory Replying, District Attorney Ward the inquiry begun out
Increased by
second
for the
being to draw the Jury i :
will be
President's
message scathingly denounced the method used todaby the state tIre marshaL Several venire of ten '
:Memorial Service Held in the sway witnesses were jurors for the murder case, which has :
:: :; Mills, for defendant, earlier in the day I testified that they failed to recognizethe I been docketed for trial next Monday. the of II I.I
argued that Grace Brown had raiders. One exception was William with 1.'V I I !
!ORGAN STILL AFTER Lodge Rooms Sunday com-I i This number of jurors, together and is
mitted suicide and that his client Winters, who Is already under the regular panels, Is believed to be
SCALP OF CROMWELL lette, had been unfairly treated. arrest"charged with participation in .:sufficient to secure the jury. of poor hU. ;
Afternoon.Services I believed the chances
the raid. It Js : Grand Jury. :
The
.
Washington, Dec 3.-Senator Mor- wise be
conviction slight.
of securing a are :
From the regular venire returnaoie
111 planing to resume the investi- BIG CATCH OF by I;
yesterday morning the grand jury was brought :
uion of the actions of William Nel--
m Cromwell in connection with Isth- in memory of departed selected for the term, and is composed itable I I
brothers was held by the Benevolent INCENDIARY FIRE of the following: M. A. Dubuisson i Capt.
Jaa: canal and Panama railroad af-
:I'o and will ask the com- Protective Order of Elks on' Sunday RED SNAPPERS foreman: C. P. Proctor,'clerk; Frank I charge .: :
probably
' afternoon at the lodge rooms on Pal-f Girard, Edward G3.0"11et. J. R. Wiggins, : :;
ittee to meet next week. Mr. Mora year
: has fortified himself for a renewal afox street, and while the service was I NEAR OWENSBOROBIG W. A. Nicholson, R. Eddins, H. A. 250;
I open to the public only the memberswere Suggs a A. Brown, Dan Bergin, Hen cash : :
f the which lasted for
controversy : present and participated in the. MADE YESTERDAY BY SCHOONER ry fillingim, Leonidas Mims, Chas. need
veral weeks at the last session. Mr. I solemn though beautiful service. J. W. Coons ; ,
Gibson
romwell that he does I.I.I I WILLARD, FISHING OFF PEN- E. Grant George stalks
) has indicated affect- i Past Exalted Ruler Geo. W. Turton BARN OF JAMES WILSON AND R. J. Williams, W. R. Lucas and Britt i cans ;
11 intend to answer questions
the presided, and eulogies were heard SACOLA BAR.A VALUABLE CONTENTS DESTROYED Nicholas. 10 :
; his relations with
g business
the lives of D.s'V. and I
upon Daly and After the jury had organized; I i
.Ml! company and Mr. Morgan is de- Chas. II. Coston formerly membersof BY FIRE returned to the court room. Judge apples. f

nmnert to compel answers. the lodge, who have passed to the new record was made yesterdayby Carter delivered his charge to them, canned j

Important Nominations. i Great Beyond during the past year, the schooner Wilard, operatedby BUGS. instructing the members as to their pounds !

Washington Dec, 3.-In addition to I Mr. Daly having died only recently. Henry Curtis, Bill :Moore and; By Associated Press. duties, and what should be Investigated loaves :
i It is the custom of the Elks all'I barnof by them. His charge was one of ties
the nominations for cabinet changes others and owned by Ernest Eagle- Louisville, Dec. 3.-The big : :
the United States'to delivered in the "
revionsly! announced the president over set apart hoff when a catch of snappers sufficient -i James Wilson near Owensboro, the most able ever small
' -da im- one day In the year to be observed as to net the crew $66.85 was I with twenty-nine mules and other local court room and throughput the pounds I ,
sent to the senate
' j : many a memorial day when the roll is made in thirty minutes off Pensacola valuable contents was burned today.A entire time consumed, more than an shoes,
rtant nominations, which '
among called in each of the lodges and eulogies close attention to In
'ere II remarkable incident of the fire was hour, the jury paid :
Interstate Commerce
JDl'rs Edgar E. Clarke of Commis-I heard upon. those who have bar.The boat is a small one, and fishes. that a warehouse. seventy-five feet the remarks of the court. the
passed away.SUNDAY f for Hoist &, Co. hundred and One Indictment: treat
Harlan, of Illinois, and She went out during from the barn with one be-
Jments of Georgia; Consul to the day, and from the minute the I fifty thousand pounds of tobacco own During the afternoon the jury the ; (
iscar J. G. Carpenter, of Mad-I : first line went over until the men had I I ed by sympathizers with the farmer'ssociety gan its investigations first taking up sist In
'hitl, Society Islands. G. D. Dreher; SCHOOL ; all they could conveniently com to was not burned. Wilson is I''the capital cases, and before adjourning sending :: !
. South Carolina; Collector of Cus- !the city with, they were not idle a an anti-society man. Blood hounds ; in the afternoon returned one !:

':.!!ns J. F. Warren, of Apalachicola,I .minute. The men were fishing where followed the tracks of supposed incendiaries true bill. This was against Marion with ment ; ;
.
?.t: Henry McCall, New Orleans. ASSOCIATIONPROGRAM there was a big school of snappers, but lost them 'Shavers, c lored, who is charged !
and at the exniration of thirty mln- shooting and killing Lila Anderson f

APALACHICOLA WOMAN iithey; hoisted-sail-and returned: to SOCIAL NEWS OF I also colored at Godwin's turpentine TUG -il.f 1 <<-,

DIED AT MOBILE ALA. OF, MEETING TO BE above the city sum.and sold the cargo for the ST. ANDREWS camp shot on gun October as a weapon.6, of this year, usinga ] II III : l

Ills '1 he defendant was arraigned late
The remains of Miss Cora McCort'ct HELD AT BLUFF'SPRINGS ON reported that snappers are now
'ho died in this city Friday af-- found in large numbers off the bar Special to The 3C.JournaL D. Knowlesis in the afternoon, represented by J. I I } I J
t trflnOL were shipped last night topalachlcola DECEMBER 15. and towboats on station there have I St. Andrew, Dec. in Alabama this 1?. Landrum, and the indictment readto !
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relatives
- Fla.. her former home, made seme good catches recently. visiting him by State Solicitor Kehoeto BIG I
for week. which he pleaded not guilty. The
Interment. The body was II
accom- Comedy Co.. after -
I Earle I
The Roger Mon
! tad! y her mother and her sister ; case was then set for trial next
Following is the of the of a
iZra 112deceased s I... Richards of this city. meeting of the Escambia program county Sun BOARD OF WORKS week a here successful lett on.engagement. W dnesdar. witnesses daymorning present at 10 were o'clock dismissed, and the until i :

! came here aboutWP day School Association, Bluff Springs Mr. W. B. Gainer of Econfina has I
: that date. I ;
months ago on a visit to her Fla.? on Saturday Dec. 15. 1906: been visiting his daughter, Mrs. E. A.
st-ti'r
Mrs. S. L. Richards, at the 9:30: a. Devotional exercises HELD SESSIONYESTERDAY Register this week.! 1 I
hth\\'I' corner of South Carolina Mr. G. M. Gentry. Mrs. B. Birch is spending a few The
aM Lawrence SCtl MITZ AND) REDF and :; 4'
!ain streets, and was Temporary Organization. days the guest of Miss Young at Mrs.
15 at
sick
about two weeks an1 '
ago 10:10-Duties of a Sunday School Gwaltney's.Dr. .
The rradually grew worse until the end. Superintendent, Prof. J. M. Tate of AFTERNOON AND Booth of Gay. was the guest of APPEAR fOR TRIALBy at the her
deceased was 23 years of age Roberts. TRANSACTED ROUTINE Dr. Mitchell on Monday.
ld Asides her mother and sister 10:30-Duties of an Assistant Superintendent The teach sidewalks which were vessel
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kaves other relatfves.-Ioblle Item. Mr. W. B. Hubbard. BUSINESS.The almost washed away during the Into
Associated Press. The :
in' first class
"ECRO GETS 10:50 Duties of a Sunday School storm are being put San Francisco, Dec. 3.-Mayor the
FOR TEN YEARS Secretary, Mr. J. R. Bradley, o.. Cen- condition under a good force of work-fat Schmitz and Abraham Reuf appeared fleet
used
MURDEROUS ASSAULT being are
tury. Board of Public' Works held men. The posts of Four,, before the superior court to-day.,for was not
Bv Associated Press. Enrollment of delegates and appointment their regular meeting in the city hall pine and the flooring dollars cypress.has already arraignment on charges of extortion at a

Macon. Dec 3.-Henry Fews, the of committees. yesterday evening with Mayor Bites hundred and fifty toward the buildIng preferred by the grand jury. The stumps,
e.ro! 'who shot Will Solomon and Advantages of Sunday- School to and Chairman Zelins present. The been contributed court was thronged; but no ovation to get

!flrIe* Adams in October and pre- Church J. W. Croup. minutes of the previous session were fund. of winter tourists greeted Schmitz'g appearance. A decided ter she : ;
."J1ltat'd a riot and< the wrecking of 1:30()-Devotional llxercises; Mr. W. read and approved. The mayor reported Several families and the vacant coolness between the mayor and essary
R. LJsdale. of Bluff Springs. that he had have already come Indicated that their relations
tCOunty jail|] was to-}ay found investigated the rented to the win Reuf quarter
t of assault with Intent to com- %:Advantages of Organized Sun matter of remodeling the truck house hcuses which are visitors are being en- It were strained.The. attorneys asked to get :
If'.t ttnr>Pr and was sentenced to day School Work Judge E.,D. Beggs, for the fire department and had employed ter and summer for a postponement and. the case was since
D "':Irs in the penitentiary. of Pensacola. Lamar & Fulghum to draw gaged and occupied.W. I I set for Thursday.!_ have < $

-- I III 2:30: -The Greatest Need of Our the necessary plans. A. MONROE HERE ON work of I
Terry Held for Perjury. I Sunday Schools, D. M. Merritt\ of Engineer Rommell was ordered to A SHORT BUSINESS VISITW. Many Witnesses Arrive. pairs
anta Fe witnesses who are,.to testify
DOC. 3.-The federal Olive. make an examination of the flush Many were
tM jury to-n'snt' returned an in- The Church and the Sunday School, tanks on Baylen street \ A. Monroe, one of the promi- to-day in the United States court in beach. :
t4ent on the charges of 'perjury Rev. J. O. Lawrence, of Pine Barren. A communication was received from nent attorneys of Florala, was among the case of W. S. Harlan, et aL, i

tr.Ubornation; ; of perjury against The Sunday School and the Great. E. E. Saunders asking permission to the arrivals in the city last night. He charged with conspiracy to commit
e'! !nsuranoLC" Terry nperlnt,7nd itf Commission, Rev. N. Baggett of Mc- build a wharf on the east and west will spend a few days In the city on peonage arrived in the city last night. New :
rie\n ln Connection T.ith the David. sides of Palafox street. The Board business and visiting his relatives, and I All of the witnesses arriving have feated

11 coal lands 'in western New How to Interest Young People, Mr.j I decided to inspect the premises before will be warmly greeted by his numerous I been summoned to appear for the de' to-day

Parsons, of Bluff Springs.{ taking action on.same friends. fense.. __ _, ._ Cornell !,?,

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.t. WE HAVE, ,JUST ENTERED. FLORIDA.' OBTAINING' DATAREGARDING Chew 'What You Know About andChewing


The Eastern.Companies are. ,making'a:desperate: fight to keep i 'the .-


c; State Mutual.Life Insurance Co. of Gaa. Know What You Are

from doing the business of tEe south When one considers that these Eastern

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

k and received from that source ; ''CUDES There is real pleasure in chewing chewers and pounds of tobacco

r OVER'FIFTY MILLIONS-'OF PREMIUMS EVERY YEAR, the best tobacco grown where the chewed-population' in those

we can understand how keenly. ther.Je'et: the turning of the tide by best tobacco grows-in,the famous States where SCHNAPPS tobacco

'F THESE PREMIUM TAYINGSOUTH FOR REINVESTMENTS. Drainage Expert Sent By the Piedmont Country. was,fir ,t 'sold_ than' there are in the

of this States 'S HNAPPS has
where
selections
h.- Only choice not
When we, THE STATE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., of Ga., in Government Make
; to well-matured and thoroughly cured yet been offered to the: trade.
the beginning of this year gave out our ESTIMATE of business we expectedto

to do for 1906, \\e were told that\it would require a business equal to ONE ,of Investigation.Whether tobacco is used in making SCHNAPPS' is like a cup of fine

; the "Big Three," and that it was, out of reason to say that a. young SCHNAPPS. That'swhySCHNAPPS' Java coffee, sweetened just enough

SOUTHERN Company would do such a business. We have not only done or not the drainage of the and others of the Reynold's brands, to bring out its natural, stimuIatino-

:' more in Alabama in 1906 than any one of them, issue ind 1905.; but Everglades and whether is practicable not the lands and feasible within, as shown by the Internal Revenue qualities. SCHNAPPS pleases all
or
I p MORE THAN ALL OF THE BIG THREE TOGETHERas the vast area will prove of sufficient statistics for a fiscal year, made, the classes of chewers: the rich, be

will be seen by the following, which is taken from the "Alabama Insurance value to warrant the vast expenditure wonderful growth of six and onecause they do not find a chew that

r Report'of 1906;; ,',, of money:-that 1t'wt11 be necessary to net them better
quarter million pounds, or a really pleases at any
i MUTUAL LIFE OF NEW YORK ___ .$3,499,262 I pro-ject
gain of one-third of the entire price; the poor, because it is more
. '' NEW YORK LIFE . . . .. / .'.- 2,463,769 I that the United States department of
of economical than fee
chewing
\ increased consumption large lOc.
t EQUITABLE.LIFE .,-? . . . .. .'. 1,632,969 agriculture? now taking' the first or
.- steps to solder.QYS the Jacksonville; and smoking tobaccos in the United 15c. plugs and they get their money's
J Combined total of Three" Times-Union.
: "Big . .$7,596,000
With the object of obtaining dataas States. worth of the real snappy stimulating .
Business written in Alabama during i the TEN MONTHS of 1906 by the to the necessity for a survey to de ,

1.t', "STATE .:MUTUAL: LIFE INSURANCE CO., of Ga. .$7,613,750 termine the other points, Mr. J. O. Evidently, chewers cannot resist ,: .flavor so appreciated by tobacco
Wright, a drainage expert attached to
This shows that we have written more business in TEN MONTHS of the office of Irrigation and drainage theflavorand they cheer SCHNAPPS lovers All imitations contain

t{ 1906 than the "Big Three' combined issued during theTWELVE :MONTHS of investigation, has of spent the department the past of two agriculture because SCHNAPPS cheers them much 'more sweetening than

.
I .. 1905. t weeks in Florida and will leave this more than any other chewing toSCHNAPPs.. They are made that

jl.? DOES THIS NOT SHOW THAT WE ARE DOING THE LIFE- INSUR and morning submit for his Washington report to to the prepare bureau bacco, ana. every man that chews way to hide poor tobacco improperly -

H ANCE BUSINESS, OF THE SOUTH with will which be transmitted he is connected to Secretary and it SCHNAPPS passes the good thing cured.

L and that there .must be something particularly good about our policies, that. enables James Wilson, of the department of along-one chewer makes other For the man who chews tobacco

i us to do such a tremendous \Business in the face of the concentrated fire agriculture.Wright Has Been Busy. chewers-unti1 the fact is now esfortobacco's sake there is no chew

,i made o'n us by all companies, the Eastern, Companies in particular? Since reaching Florida Mr. Wrighthas tablished that there -- -
are more SCHNAPPs. -
,
made thorough investigation of many .
r We are writing the cleanest, broadest, fairest Annual Dividend policies a
of .
what has been:done by the board of.
1 that can be found; and thet'contam' larger GUARANTEED LOANS and drainage commissioners; has ascer- 15C.-
tained the plans of the board for future Sold at SOc. per pound in Sc. Cuts. Strictly We. and Plugs t '
.1, CASH VALUES than any other policy sold i in the South. work; has examined' available .I a>5R K

:: It will be to your interest to give one of our agents thirty minutes of your records of explorations and attempted
\
4 time. surveys of the Everglades; has talked \: J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY Winston-SaIcm, N. C;
with Gov. Broward and the membersof
is I OUR ASSETS MORE THAN DOUBLE OUR LIABILITIES. the board of trustees of the Inter i -

nal improvement fund of Florida; has i an investigation and of a survey being NN.fe1.........................NeN1/NNNe//HH I
t;; VIVIAN H. MARSHALL, 212-213-214 City Bank, Mobile, Alabama. ascertained the general sentiment of made.
citizens in various localities as to the :
i! GENERAL AGENT ,FOR WEST FLORIDA AND ALABAMA. Visited the Dredge.
general desire for the government to i
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,: from that side of the ,
Returning :
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made
have a survey of the Everglades
;t with a view of ascertaining the cost state he proceeded down the east .
'I} -- -- ----, coast and then New River, where
and feasibility of the project; has per up : 1 :
1r 1 '- t, teeeeeeoeeeteota eeeeeetowee.eoiH Alien Lowe and George E. Standard, sonally visited the lower east and west the dredge Everglade Is engaged in
". anl Paul Schindler and Ben M. coasts of the state and has even penetrated -cutting a canal toward the Everglades.Mr. i J''
oJ'f e j Jerome wrote the music. The com- the Everglades. He has exam- Wright said yesterday that the j
'ff z pany includessuch well-known and ined the soil within the 'glades and dredge has cut about,three-fourths ofa
AMUSEMENTS ,t popular artists as Leslie Leigh: he is now prepared to make a report mile since it began operations. He i I
iH said that it is a powerful dredge and
\ Blanche Holt. Minnie Chambaier. upon the advisability of sending a .
;1 Beulah Hamilton, Mary Orth, Grace corps of surveyors here to begin a, was cutting through the rock in a : I:
Muir, W. J. McGraw.' Jack Leslie preliminary survey of the Everglades. manner that he had never seen any
NOeeHeeNeeOeNee00eeNe NtK. John Mylie, Harry Griffith, F. Chas. Clark's Bill the Cause. other dredge work. He expressed the : :
i Deagon, Bert Wainwright, and a The trip of Mr. Wright the drain opinion that with competent'men in .
chorus of dashing and winsome girls. charge of the dredge the work could v
age expert, was brought by Congressman -
, Frank Clark, representative from proceed much faster and with fewer f i
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY break downs and delays.
the I IA
second district of Florida, introducing !
a Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets Into the Everglades.He .
r t.'S a.i Druggists refund money If It fails during the last session of con
to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature is on gress a bill providing for such a sur- did not confine his observationsto
each box. 25c. vey of the Everglades to be made. the work of the dredge, but after :
, i t't'r. Jackson Square Coffee-a New Orleans The work undertaken by Gov. Brow- going up'the river as far as he could i
______ luxury. For sale by' all leading ard's so-called ,drainage board had with a launch, secured s1a1low.draftrow \
k_ :34v grocers. 1, 2 and 4 pound 'air tight nothing t UIjJ. tins. 25c. ,50c.and $1.00, Drainage Expert Wright to Florida, til he got into the Everglades proper. 1.
but while he was here he natural,Investigated By poling and pushing the boat he .. .
! MEETING NOTICE. what, has been accom- managed to get some little distance .
i:' There will be a meeting of Camp plished, and ascertained the plans of into the 'glades and obtained a very : 1e
Ward. Confederate Veterans at Superintendent .
,I of what difficulties a surveying -
fair idea
that board. .
Cook's office, to-night at, 7:30.Meclt .
. ri i After leaving Tallahassee, Mr. party will have to encounter. .
' '
ri i J 4 ,s Wright proceeded to Fort Myers and While on the dredge Everglades he ..
i Bright conferred with Engineer Newnan, whoIs
fey then up the Caloosahatchee river ina
When buying School Shoes find out who takes the risko :
"Can you stand on your head r asked small boat. He went to the head In' charge of the work for Gov.
: and obtained his views upon Ask the Dealer if, he will furnish a new pair for any pair that i
N Broward.
?g i a visitor of little Dudley."Xo waters of the river, but did not reach .
," he replied. "It's too high up." Lake Okeechobee. He obtained a the work that is now being carried : fails to give reasonable *ear. .
quantity of data on that side of the on. : If you insist upon such a straight out and out ,guarantee, you'll :
state and found that the people were Upon his return to Washington, Mr. :
: have to here for School Shoes.
To grief there is a limit; not so to ob- probably come.
all information :
in favor of the government maKing Wright will lay
. b--- : -c fear.-Pliny the Younger. tained before proper officials and it : School Shoes for Boys and Girls. All made on proper .

I Bad Importation. will surveying them corps be determined will be sent whether here this a : lasts for growing feet The heaviest are of Box Calf, !

Englishmen Introduced.the rabbit to A NEW DISCOVERYFor winter or not. Y with double soles, outside back stays. Other and more .
1 A Australia,where it ruined vast areas of Mending Torn Garments Without All Must Pull Together.The dressy styles of Vicl and Velour Calf. Low; flat heels. :
Sewing or Showing. Did it Ever Hap-
valuable land. Weasels sent to correct pen to You? department of agriculture has : All sizes and widths. .
the mistake found ground bird good Accidently tear your garment. What a small amount remaining from the .
eating and let the rabbits alone. Scots- did tried you to do sew? Well It together, you took after a needle which and it appropriation for Irrigation and dredging o $1.00 $1.50, $2.00 to 250. :

J : I men bestowed the thistle upon New was unsatisfactory. The garment was and this can be used for the expenses .Remember please, that when you bring the Children here fore :
,
is
if it .
w hadn't.A ruined and you gave it away. That's the of starting a survey,
Zealand and then wished they
.4 result. My MAGIC MENDER mends any deemed advisable. But if a survey of School Shoes you take no risk-we take It alL t.
pretty water weed of which Englishmen kind of garment without sewing so you '
l cant tell they were ever to-n. Package the Everglades is to be made Mr.
I II' are fond was transplanted to New
mailed with full ini'ructioi-s on receiptof Wright is of the opinion that It will
Scene in of
z the "Isle Spice. Zealand and throve BO that It dams 15 cents to be necessary for the people of Floridato

Ben Dunham. Miss Genevieve Hallmark. Harry broad rivers. The mongoose sent to M. M. FEINGOLD, urge ,upon the state's delegation in i BOSTON SHOE COMPANY ;Y Ys
Jamaica to kill off the cane rats ex- the importance of securingan
congress
. > Arrangements are being perfectedfor AYagenheim, and music on the piano,, terminated them and developed a fine P. O. Box 353. Pensacola. Fla. appropriation for continuing the ,
the big entertainment which is to by :Mr. Jas. R. Williams.Geo.
, be next ,'. liking for poultry., work. He is of the opinion that the Fashionable Foot Fitters
given Monday, in which }Ir.I' A. Voucovich is the official s :
to be of practical value
' anrlIrs., : Ben Dunham assisted by stage manager and director of the af:. survey any .
.
and there-
Safest Place In Tralas."I will take considerable time .
'; their Willie daring Farine acrobatic will be seen feats.in one of fair., )t i have one rule for my family when fore, it will take an appropriation of ................................................/ .
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. An elaborate vaudeville pro- "The Isle of Spice." .they travel* said the conductor of the several 'thousand dollars annually to -- _.-

:, pramnie Is being arranged, and the aft B, C. Whitney's musical comedy suburban train "and "that is forthem keep up the surveying corps.
I t fair will be one of the best of the with .new and up-to-date ideas, the.. never to ride In the rear coach or the King of All Cough Medicines.Mr. .
season. The following names will "Isle of Spice! ," will be presented at first one and preferably, not In the E. G. Case, a mail carrier of Bankrupt Sale
upbear on the progn+mme, which will the opera house next Friday night; coach next to the last or first. The reason Canton Center. Conn., who has beenin
be announced later: with a complete cast scenery and for it is so obvious that I should I .' the U.,S. Service for about sixteen
.. Mr. Marion. Eugene Roche, Archie costumes, and electrical and mechanical think the foremost and last cars of a years, says: "We have tried many
/ ..,. 1 Iosenstefn, Julius Gugenheim. Masror effects that were used in the five train would have scant patronage from cough medicines for croup, but Cham- Monday Dec. 10 at 11 a. m.
'." \ J. Fren el. Jack Adams .Frank Wells months run at the Majestic Theatre, anybody wha reads of 'railroad ncclueuts. berlain's Cough Remedy is king of all ., ,
} Joe McVoy, Mr Grant Mr. .\very XfcwvYork City. that has but recent- -
Fred Blount. Anderson Sisters Bert ly been brought to a highly successful If there is a smashup, those are and We one also to find be it relied the upon best remedy every time.for All the stock furniture and fixtures of the

I Coleman, C"js; Frater Mr. Phillips, elo,e. The 'book and lyrics are by the coaches that suffer. It seems coughs and colds, giving certain re- ,
1 __ 'Ir strange that some kind of a buffer is sults and leaving no bad after ef estate of Hoist Bros. bankrupt at the north
not pat behind the locomotive tender all ,
fects. For sale by druggists.
r i 7'e PURIFIES and at the rear of the train. How / I east corner of Baylen ,and Zarragossa streets
laaay lives would be saved by a deviceof FANCY WAISTCOATS A'Qaeer Play IB Baseball ,

S the kind one has only to study the Here Is a play in baseball that happened i,I,Pensacola Fla. Each article be sold
statistics of railroad accidents to( fig- It's always advisable to .I long ago. Perhaps It never win to sepa-

.THE BLCCD ure out for himself.) New York Press. hare several on hand-especially happen again. Did any one ever hear i iI lately. ,For further information apply to
around Christmas of a base runner scoring from first ,
As every part of the is the blood for nourishment I
body dependent
on .
Lifting a Kettle f Bat Rater time. base on a line drive that was caughtby I
and strength, it is necessary that this vital fluid be kept free from ALFRED MOOG
l germs Some time when the teakettle is bub A few will Increase the pos I a third,baseman and when the ball I Ii : ,
; impurities and poisons. As it remains uncontaminated fortified
long as
we are -
bling and boiling on the kitchen range sibilities of your wardrobe never left the third baseman's hand?
against disease and health is assured; but any humor or impurity acts lift it quickly by Its handle and set it wonderfully.We i The play happened in. this way: Andy Trustee
: injuriously on the system and affects the health culminates in
general ,
or
the palm of other hand I .
on open your Moynihan .
bit was playing third base for
make them a little
i"i disease. I '
t blood --- ---
some special Pustular rashes and the "
eruptions pimples,
,
This sounds like a foolhardy:
very thingto the Pastimes
better than the ordinary. of Chicago in 1SGS whena
TM different skin affections show that the blood,is in a' feverish and diseased do< -U if your hand might be blis-, Know how. Had lots of experience -:: tournament was held. The'Occidentals
condition as a result of too much acid, or the presence of some irritating tered In a'twinkling-but you will find I -the successful kind. o( Peoria; the -
';J humor. Sores and Ulcers are the result of morbid, unhealthy matter in the that can hold the teakettle which In were opposing team. 1 GOOD D,81 0 E W A lit
F jou the first Inning, with iA
blood and Rheumatism, Catarrh, Scrofula, Contagious Blood Poison, etc., has just come from a roaring fire for As for pattern-varietv and fimo the batter drove: liner a runner on

x are impurity all deep-seated or poison blood remains diseases in the that circulation.continue to Some grow worse as long born as with the some time-without .hurting you. TryIt ever exclusiveness seen compare- none with you've ours. i ovet third.. Moynihan a shoved straight up his I
are
persons andthen see If you can tell the reason Big of the "newest hand, toe ball
supply I struck It and stack:
f an hereditary taint in the blood and We'see the effect manifested in various'
why you are not burned. Be ..ue.howe.er. things" In wash stuffs here, fast in the band. The crowd chl'@red. Gives tilt most ordinary property an appeanxce of substantial
ways. The skin has a pallid, waxy appearance, the eyes are weak, glands that the ,water Is to I value. A
r boiling Just waiting for you pickthem An Instant later they saw somethingwas :, poor one can ruin the effect of the handsomest
in the neck often enlarged and usually the body is not fully developed or strongly 'before you make.the experI- out. : house and grounds. You don't want any'ragged
strong, because it has always been fed on weak, impure blood. In all blood ment. wrong. Moynihan writhing with I I edges to your property.
} troubles S. S. S. has proved itself a perfect remedy. It goes down into the WAISTCOATS. pain the base was running around third base.. Among good. sidewalks ,a well laid concrete one is easily
circulation and removes all poisons, humors waste or foreign matter, and, Kippered,Pator. runner at first saw something I ,best. Last? longer, costs less for repairs and adds an air of
Tailored to Perfection. was matter_, and ran down to ,solid dignity and
makes this stream of life pure and h althsustaining1othing- reaches A French Protestant pastor was the sec worth. "
inherited blood troubles like S. S. S. it ond. ,Then he ran to third and finally We lar such sidewalks and back one with our
guar-
; removes every particle of taint guest of a Scottish preacher! at a $5.00 to $12.50.PRICKETT I trotted home I antee. evsry
f.' purifies and strengthens the weak, deteriorated blood supplies it with the manse. One morning kippered herrings The trouble namolested. May we estimate on yours? I'
i t' healthful properties it needs and establishes the foundation for good health. were served breakfast. ; The,French: was that the ball, strik '
Rheumatism, Catarrh, Scrofula Sores and Ulcers, Skin Diseases, Contagious pastor asked the meaning of "kipper." ing Moynihan's band paralyzed; the PenS coa) Cement Stone
5 The
'j Blood :Poison and all blood diseases end disorders are cured! permanently ills host replied that it meant "to preserve GERSON GARDNER his nerve-hand. ball was stock tight In Company,
.E by S.,SL S.. It Js made entirely of roots, herbs and barks,.and is the King ." On taking his leave next day I TAILORS It was five minutes before
; ft all Wood purifiers. Book on the blood and any medical advice desired the French pastor, wringing his host'shand. (Incorporated) his fellow players could pry his fingers t S. J. Harvey Manager. Telephone 1485.
and the
eat free. FRANK B. GARDNER Manager open get 00"-out.ch1czo :-
CO.
i jj/C SWIFT SPECIFIC ATLANTA, GA. said. "May the Lord kipper you Tribune .
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THE: PENSACOLA JOURNAL,. TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4 ,1906.
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ii i Mt 1 I Aged Woman Released Upon Pensacola Inventor Has Device -i :\. 'r .:
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GET THE FIRST PICKof i
I i Payment of a $5CO That Is Practicaland SALE .:t t : !
the new lot of Shoes just received.| .t 't.

a t : Fine. The indications are that there's going ; Cheap.New t: }

r.aen to be a big rush for our new arrivals .

1 + +r so you had better call early to make

i JAIL SENTENCE IMPOSED BY your selections. They are composedof The following letter,'whlch" Is self- I Ill
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Jas., A. Banister Walk-Over. W. L. explanatory has just been received: I < i
JUDGE BOARMAN REMITTEDTHE
f t'e 1: I Douglas Shoes from $2.50 to $600.OUTFITTERS Editor Pensaccla Journal

PETITION. FOR:MERCY AND i I read ia :" :nr' paper of yesterday I

f will supply all the baggage want to |I I I I an account cf "Stanchions for Railroad III '
: you ORDER OF UNITED STATES I Cars" invented by one A. S., Beville. 5 ,

carry and fill it with all the clothes you want to *! of Jacksonville, who claims that his 1 ATCIIES
COURT JAMES W. LOCKE. I. ,
invention =s the only practical one on .l
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wear. | White { Nix .
a 3 the market, and that all others are

f Everything for anywhere, from Overcoat to Uni| obsolete on. account of their lack of I ,

derwear. i More than 7i years of age, brokenin i simplicity.As .
i | health and a sufferer from acute In- I a claim of this kind, without 1 .

4 Come see how we're prepared for Christmas in | flammatory rheumatism, her funds exhausted refutation, might lead to an erroneous t J .
and she and her husband unable opinion being formed by the parties ff I r. f '
tr.
everything to wear, for men and boys. to pay the counsel fees still out I I four Mcciyi WsrSfVT, ; YenfMmey. ."... I concerned. I would beg leave to state !.r'. ) .t: '

standing against them. Mrs. Helen I I the follov.1ngfacts: DIAMONDS .n Jt. .-:
Wilmans-Post,. -Seabreeze mental I If Mr. Beville had taken the troubleto f'

healer has agreed to 'cease all use I dictments, your petitioner,. Helen W.. consult, the records of the patent i
I of the mails in carrying on her "practice -" Post, hereby promises the court ta office he would have found that on' tif
I : ( (fiI I ,' has paid the $500 fine assessed cease doing all those things which 'in June 13::: 1905, a patent was issued a it i iJEWELRY

STAnDARDfOTHInG against her, and the sentence of thirty the third paragraph this petition from said office to me for "Stanchions 1

days imprisonment has been remitted, it Is alleged she ha3 ,determined u for Railway Cars," which for simplicity I .
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say the, Jacksonville! Times-Union. cease doin!!. and practicability will be seen : ;J : t ;t

#! Though she arms that she meantno "Sixth: That if the prayer.of this petitIon at a glance much superior to his. :"+ ; ,t .
t violation of Jaw In her use of the is granted or granted only to In deciding on the merits of a stanchion 1 ij
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< ". .. ''_', ..,.. :.>.> : was it must be looked at from three \
i .1f i U .. any offense against the. United imposed and the dismissal of different sides siz: The transportation
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States the woman, whose patients all other pending indictments in said co's., the shipper and the con-
TURTON A BELL I ':' stretched from Florida to Maine, from I'court, your petitoner will withdrawand signees. While his stanchion might .l 'r?'

kodak PHOTOGRAPHERS Supplie. Finishing SINCE tftmitaure.IEi It GOULDING. New Jersey to California, practically abandon the prosecution of any j'prove acceptable to the transportation ;
I JI admits that she cannot cure herselfof I writ of error to reverse sentence and companies, it would be Immediately "

the inflamatory rheumatism ,that will promptly pay the flne remain'ng! condemned by the shipper and con- .
SPECIAL PR-IC I has come upon her ,since the last I Imposed, or will pay such fine upon signee as the cost of loading and unloading For the -V
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I Special to The ..iourn3I :. trial before Judge Boatman the assurance by the court that the would I think, be much more Holidays,
CUT GLASS AND HOLIDAY JEWElRY I I Goulding Dec. 3.-A very enjoyable She and, her husband have: spent, remainder of the prayer: of this pe- than the present way, while with my f: }

W. A. Gahlenbeck 213 s.. Pala'oz! St. party and Mrs.was E.given.I. Stokes at the last home Tuesday of Mr. they allege, more than $2:>.000 in I tition will be granted upon the payment stanchion these items are reduced to ? f; .

I counsel fees and afhini that there of the said fine. I a minimum. .
night in honor of Mrs. Stokes's sister I f.
I are still unpaid debts. against them "Seventh: Your petitioners here He quotes $25 as being the maximum el ''
COTTRELL, Miss Nellie.Hartzog, of Mobile. Delightful for services of attorneys. In her old I and now affirm that it has never beeni cost of his stanchions whereas I Sale Begins }, ; 1
refreshments served at
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. were age she finds herselfwithout meansof i the intention: of the said Helen W. think that a conservative estimate of ;
Pensacola. Fla. eleven o'clock and games of different providing for the future and, :j Post to violate any federal law; and the cost of mine would be about $16, '.": : t'i
kinds were indulged in. wearied and worn out with, the six j! has never had a thought of so doing then I do not see how he can claim ;I.;'t
- Among those In attendance were long years of prosecution, she and her ; in connection with her practice .of. superiority as to cost. J' !
R. K. WHITE Mr. and Mrs. Von Werder, Mr. and husband have thrown themselves upon Mental Science or otherwise. i However, It will not be for him nor Dec. 4th )
Matchmaker.Manufacturing Jewsler. and Graduate I Mrs. Stokes, Mr. and Mrs. Herrmanand the mercy, of the tour:. I.I Asked Reduction cf Fine. :.I me to decide as to which stanchion Tuesday 1
C:ticlan.: 30,S..Paiafan Street Pensacola.. daughter Miss Pearl. Mrs.: C. H. In closing her, petition asking that ,. '''"Eighth:' And your petitioners further 'will be:-f und besfadapted for use on j afi t
Nettle of
Hartzog and daughter Miss the jail sentence be remitted,. the I aver that if any act of hers, the'the-' cars, and while Jacksonville may
Mobile: Mr. B. E. Whiddon, Mr. A. other cases nol prossed and the I I said Helen W.'Post, or her omissionto be an up-to-date city In other respects '
SCARRITT MORENO. C- _McSwaine, Mr. Holllday, Mr. prosecution dropped Mrs. Post prayed act. was a violation of any federal still she has lots to learn from her sister L ; : D-
Matthews Mr. Alex Mills of Pensa : and closes the
on
SAFES OF, ALL DESCRIPTIONS. that the fine be reduced to $2i>0, from statute that she was unconscious of Pensacola, regarding car stan- .:
Agent for Dlebotd Safe and Lock Co.. cola Mr. J. Budd and Mr. Alsup. Mrs. the by Judge BoarmzxPay I it; and that all her acts and doings i chIons. Respectfully yours.J. .j .
$500 imposed
-Canton. Ohio. W. M. Williams and brother Mr. An- .
Office and Salesroom E. Gov. St. $500 Fine. during the many years she has practiced I :MELLOR, Eve of Christmas.
drew Miller chaperoned a merry mental science done '! Lumber Co., P'ensa- i tt'1
This the court declined to were open- I Care Pensacola i
crowd out .to attend the party. Those request Y
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cola.
ad-I
of her
account
grant, though, on .
the Mr. PI1.lingim
composing party
were
,. violated federal law.
DAILY TOWEL SUPPLY.JUJNYAN'S vanced her affliction. and her that they no' I t f
Mr. Holloway Mr. Mims Mrs.R. age t'
"Ninth Wherefore, petitioners'pray is celebrated for its
Orleans
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ROLLERS... Hart. Mr. D. .Hart. Mr. L. Hen- rapidly breaking health, the government the premises being your considered,I coffee. Jackson Square is the coffee Having been enable to make satisfactory arrangements 1 11 t
CLEAN TOWEL EVERY DAY was willing to have the jail sea
$1.00 PER MONTH. derson. Mr. Frazier Mr. S. Stanley; tence remitted and to nolle prosse as' well as the record In said action from New Orleans. Try it. If not with a jeweler's auctioneer to make "= :i f'f'i i j
Miss Annie Hart, :Miss Sallie! Hart,
Phone 848-2 rings. M. G. RUNYAN. that a nolle prosequi be entered upon satisfied your grocer will refund Its +
Pensacola. Florida.Tersely I Miss Fannie Graham. the other indictments against her, her all the indictments pending in the cost. my annual auction sale, I have decided to make a t i-4 i > f
husband and her son-in-law, .Charles .
Miss\ Pearl.JTerrman, spent Thursday -
.I most pleasantly with the.Misses F. Berman. said' court against these petitioners,I great private sale and take these means of making r I J
or either of them; that the said sentence '
Told.. :Pose of Brents. These conditions the defense agreedto t of the said court may be so Size of Heads. the. announcement. By this sale, the public .1 ,I I
Mr. and :Mrs.: Reeves were guests Mrs. Post promised to cease using I The average adult head has a circumference
to remit much thereof ""
modified ,
I,of Mr. and Mrs. Yon Worder Thurs the mails, in any way in carrying on f as imposes as imprisonment so of the said of fully twenty-two inches. will have chance, to buy their Christmas presents i. J : .

John Rourke was among the v1 si. I day. 'i ., her "practice" and to cease the effort Helen \\'.. Post, and FO as to impose ; The average av'ult. bat is fully six and at greatly reduced prices-in fact, they will 1 ; l
:ors in the city yesterday from Bag- the
to trial through
a new ,
secure
Mrs. Stokes. Mrs. Hartzog and Miss
t to fine of not exceeding USP< r-nd-your' three-quarters size. The sizes of men'shats l
Jai I Nettie spent the afternoon at Mr. and prosecution of a writ of error. The petitioners will ever pray, etc. are six and three-fourths and six get auction bargains at private sale. ,This will 1. t '

Armsperger, formerly of Pensacola. ,- Mrs. Von Werders and joined Mr. $500 fine assessed by Judge Boatman As- "HELEN W. POST, I and seven-eighths generally. "Sevens" be a CLOSING OUT SALE OF UNREDEEMED ,: '1
but now on the road In the and Mr. Herrman In a game of crocuptte. was paid and yesterday afternoon "CHARLES C. POST." t .
Richard P. hats are common in Aberdeen, and the PLEDGES and of the two stocks of
sistant District Attorney Jewelry
clothing line, is In the city for a dayor The petition was'sworn to by both :
two. I :Miss Ruby Stevens spent.last Sunday Marks entered a nolle prossequi in Mrs./'Post and her husband CoL C. C. professors of our colleges generally recently 'purchasedtromTrustees' t I
at Mrs. Stokes's the guests ofMiss each of the other indictments against wear seven and one-eighth to eight
Post before a notary public.
J. E. Echols and C. H. B. Floyd Hartzog. Mrs. Post and Col. C. C. Post, and Order of Court. I sizes. Heads wearing bats of the sizes } \

two! prominent citizens of Apalachicola -I Miss Sophie Bose of Brent, paid against Charles F. Bergman. Being advised that the petition. as six and three-eighths and smaller or .

short, were business in the visit.city yesterday on a I I i Miss Pearl Herrman a pleasant visit Thus ended one of the hardest presented 'above, was to be filed being less than ,twenty-one Inches in Sale. ;1 :

Mprday evening fought cases that has ever been before Judge Aleck Boarman of Shreveport, circumference can never be powerfuL (
:Manager A. G. Crockett of the I Mr.\ Alex Mills of Pensacola, was a the United States courts in Florida, a La. the Judge who imposed a senItence Between nineteen and twenty inches '
Western Union Telegraph Co., who !visitor at Goulding Sunday evening case that attracted attention throughout -I of $500 fine and thirty days in in circumference heads are Invariablyvery ; '- The public .will have an immense stock to se'L' :
has two on a visit to relatives in I :Miss Nettle Hartzog visited Miss the entire United States a case ;
Mrs. Post, communicatedwith
Selma for several days, returned to F.-arl Herrman Wednesday evening.Mr. that has been pending in one form or jail on and apprised of was the facts in the wek and, according to this authority lect from, consisting of'Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry 4. t '

the city yesterday.John II C. H. Hartzog of Mobile was another for six long jears. I case. He consented to remitting the "no lady should think of mar of all kinds, Sterling Silverware of leading Ij'1 f '.
the guest of his daughter Saturday Petition of Deferdants. rying a man with a head less than I
Mobile \V. Burge Is In the city from ard Sunday last. The following is the petition of Col. i jail the $500.sentence upon the payment of I twenty inches In circumference. People makes, bearing the Trade Marks of the Manu:1::1- :-t

of friends for here a few days. He has hosts I i i Mr. J. Budd visited his parents near and Mrs. Post as formally presented Judge Locke, therefore when the I with heads under nineteen Inchesare facturers. } J
who always gladto : .
are
the poor farm Thursday.Miss to Judge James W. Locke,in the Uni-II petition of CoL and "Mrs. Post had mentally deficient and with heads t ; .\
see greet him him and again.who are pleased nowto Pearl Herrman and Mr. Alsupure ted States district court yesterday been presented to him, made the fol- under eighteen; inches invariably idiotic. Some of the-bargains at wholesale and retail .: I

t>!easant visitors at Mr. and morning: I lowing order which, whenjris conditions .London Young Woman. for spot cash are as follows: (
Work on The Journal's Christmas Mr Stokes's Sunday evening.; "Your petitioners, Helen W. Pest had been complied with, finally tSoIidr'Gold
edition! is progressing rapidly, but the Mr. C. H. Hartzojj and daughterMiss and Charles C. Post her husband respectfully end'ng this famous case: Chains Bracelets Lockets I .
nsnal Nettie and Master Sigsbee follows: I. The Family Game. Rings, ,
trouble in securing copy before allege as "In the United States district court 1
the last minute prevails. It is abso- Ftokes left Saturday morning for First: "That Helen W. Post Is now for the southern district of Florida. Mother (coming into the children'sroomRorie etc. "t

litdy necessary that we have copy their home In Mobile.\ over 75 years of age.. I Unied" States vs. Helen Wllmans what are you making Silverware Rogers' Tableware.* ? i'
Immediately or jour ad may be crowded The social meeting which met with 'Second: That she Is new. and Post. No. 176: such a terrible none over? Look at Sterling 1 ( .

ottt. Mr. and Mrs. Herrman Thursday for some time past has ben. afflicted "This cause!' coming on to be heard Hugo. See how quiet he sits there. Rich American Cut Glass. .- 1 i : ,. i q

The night xv as enjoyed by all who attend- with acute inflammatory rhellmgtisr. upon the petition of the defendant, Rosie-Yes, it's easy for him to sit I Waltham and other makes of 15- t
members of
W. T. Sherman 100 Elgin r
{'(t The next meeting will ,be- with ,
in her limbs; that said afflJc'MC! bag: sM havi'1 bren fully heard and con He 1
Post !; quiet in the game we are playing. -
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to are requested! Mr. end Mrs. Pt"kes." ,1 occurred sict' h<- last iria: n ->;Ji std"rid, it is hereby ordered that the is who has home late and j jewel movements. .; { ,
came
melt at the Salisbury building ,.. papa "
rest Little Miss !eerie Morgan of Molino -'court and 1 is oi. nIl a .:.r ,.i*" 'b : ntt'nce heretofore passed;; on Februry :
Government street, at 2:30 thIs I f Iam'en'Salonwitablath: J Solid 14 and 18 Karet Gold Watches with high ; i
IfterIoon. snont thA day !lt11'"ilav: with hPr acter danjerous! to lii< ('.':? : ,lulrconditions i *>, Ir06! b -r'In be so far moor 1 II.
J nted.: Business Visiting comrades in- aunt Mrs. StokS'1 o io; staving; -siitting rttr tn have gy(>d fed as to rrrrit therefrom the im- j grade movements. Filled cases, railroad adjusted f
of importance. J. C.attersen. with her uncle" Mr \V. T... M" ,
ran and attCwfirn, feed a:-d !i'onmfnt of thirtv days therein ;: (
I care :: rcpcr .. 1 WARNINGTO ,
A 19 21 and 23
commander. with 17 jewel
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Ceo move-
smith: adjutant R and attending school In Pr i" ia. lutnuon procoanc:'d.. JAMES W. LOCKE, watches, i

Cease Us i\1I\1ail;. j "Judge. f ments. t
Ft Pierce Tribune: A. MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE 76 Fla., Dec. 1, 1906. THE PEOPLE OF PENSACOLA. 1
rte, city of II D'Alem- DEGREES, MINIMUM 59 DEGREESThe "Third: That the vaU: union ;C. "Jacl's'D\.ilIe.! -- 20 and 25-year Filled cases to close out-at $10. x : t
manager the 1 ---
Pensacola Post has: finally 2.d! deinitklrt.drelded<<: | i "Sadden: changes in the weather I lj
investment Pensacola city'Co..,council also a member of the maximum temperature in Pen and determined ;eza-.ict8 !t events j 1 1 Surfeit of Oratory. cannot help bu result in coughs, : Higher grades in proportion. L i t

Pierce Tuesday. Mr. D'Alemberte was in Fort sacola yesterday, according to the cr results of the indictment nov pending I One of the mistaken! theories Is that colds, bronchial. troubles the grippe j '
is weather bureau. was 76 degrees at against her in the said court, to i: and other sicknesses. The weather .
A of the to the ;
member I Is
Supreme Council a "r-nM'c speaker" necessary I J.1'Diamond
the Knights of Honor and of 1:50 p. m., while the minimum was cease tc use the ira! !is or po&('>tfte? ,. affair. This the is also bad for old people and those l f flOrida"
was on a 59 degrees at 5' a. m. Last year on department in ca:'i.'n! cu 01 rtnu'jcl: ft-s of any public who are rundown or have a tendencyto
W!interest? of the of that entire organizatlo:1.There's East Coast. in the the same date the maximum was Mi ing the buSiLe ef ;3 old i.1 iatJ.f:. o .,:f r'1.. :i1F: si its rise: at a time when oratorywas any weakness or disease." i': largest Stock of Diamonds in West

I i degrees and the minimum 38 de- Mental Science: and .o cease lots; a' fad. Orators were cultivated; Said a member of the firm of W. H ,

I grees. anything connected vtL! n r( :.atrd and they were suj-poswl: to take human White & Co.,:' "It seems to me that I Rings from $5 to $1,000. ,l
none just as good" as Blue ;, thereto or under ooior tbe!"oof whit:h : pinions!' in their hand end toy! every man, woman and child in Pen-
1\\bon J ) Lemon and Vanilla. Absolutely Jackson Square Coffee stands for I can be regarded as an infrlr.- wenl or with them.' In this; practical age public I sacola, especially the aged and run Diamond Ear Screws from $10 to $1,000. .: ;' i
{ pure, !go twice as far and the "Blue quality put up In 25c, SOc and $1.00 violation cf any: federal} statute. '
speakers are a bore and nobody down, should be warned through; the Diamond Bracelets from $15 to $100. 1 .i
Sbon i
Flavor" Is perfection. Ask air tight tins. It others. Why undei I
pleases "Fourth: Thit: prosecutions '
columns of : to build themselves i 't
your paper
for the 25c size. cares anything a'?:tit! t&eia. Peoplegather i Lockets from $10 $100. i
not try it? II the .Indictments now rending In the up and take proper precautions' Diamond to {:
entertained and not: leetared. r
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to be ,
-,- said (court and other indictment: having been: to ward off sickness at this season,: Diamond Necklaces from $250 to $1,000. -f :f
-- ------ this! theory t
which have been disposed cf. some But.
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and there would be much less
very j
.-, BU-V }twenty-five In number, all under section established that a "public speaker" Is suffering and fewer deaths in Pensa Diamond Link Buttons, Studs, Scarfpins,, :,1, 1
5480 cf the revised statutes have important to a picaic an orator Is cola."

ALL MAGAZINES AND PERIODICALS, SOUVENIR POSTAL CARDS I been conducted against the said Helen hauled out and set loose on a few old When asked what was consideredthe Brooches, etc. II >f ;1 l':
FLORIDA CURIOS, SOUVENIR NOVELTIES. W. Post by the federal government and a few mothers .
PURSES CREPE AND I ( gentlemen with cane most universally successful medi- 1
AND POCKETBOOKS
LEATHER POSTAL CARDS, PRAYER BOOKS TISSUE AND PAPER HYMNALS I for a peiod of about six years. who must occupy the benches InI cine they had ever sold for that purpose '1 : 1T.
ISLES, LATE NOVELS, CATHOLIC PRAYER BOOKS. Irbat in her defense of such prosecutions I of the children.-Sabetta ,. without hesitation the druggist }
taking I
care Fir. Proof and
and
P. 5.-1 have a Safety Vault. Burglar am
%3SOUTHPAlA.oxsnr n it has been necessary to employ I answered: ,':Our modern cod liver to take good care of your artIcles of value andwlll make l'
COE'S BOOK STORE .....t .." ",... ,....... 235 counsel and pay counsel fees and Herald. preparation. VlnoL You know It Is liberal prepared advance at the lowest rate of Interest. Business strictly 'r !
!'"- costs of court and attendance therein II Facial Ilortlealtvre. not a patent medicine and it does not confidential. 226 South PalafOx Street ALEX. LISCHKOFP Prep.ALEX.LISCHKOFF. t 1 r1

and the cost of prosecuting a writ of "A new milkman left our milk today contain any useless oil to clog the I -1- .t t.t
DEPOT LOAN OFFICE. error to reverse a former sentenceof system and upset the stomach, but it
Dorothy.
announced
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the said court on some of the said does contain every one of the medicinal .t f
"Did he nave whiskers asked her

All kinds of repairing done on Watches, Clocks, Indictments.Costs_ Very Hsavy. mother, thinking perhaps It was the ments. curative of cod liver and oil body-building actually taken ele- I

Guns, Pistols. Highest price paid for old gold. Money "That the amount your petitioners proprietor. from fresh cods livers with tonic y.y.I I
have already paid in that behalf exceeds "Xo," said the four-year-old; "be iron added."
loaned \Ve handle all kinds of
on personal l property. the sum cf $25,000 and its payment didn't have whisker5 but he had the Vinol cures coughs bronchitis, 1 I

Jewelry, both new and second-hand. Don't. forget. has in large degree embarrassedyour roots."-Harper's Weekly. 'strengthens the aged builds up the .
petitioners in their advanced 'weak and run down and makes rich

I P t THE WATCHMAKER years In obtaining the means of future red blood. If it fails we return your 226 South Palafox Street t di
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J. liemeni, 106 East Wrlgbt Street support: and your petitioners are Pontxirr itamps. i money. W. H. White & Co., Drug- ,
-- still considerably indebted for unpaid Postage stamps are peculiarly liableto : gists.

counsel fees thus Incurred which become septic and to convey; deadly : Note-While we are sole agents for
form of the requirements of life. Custom House. .
one they are at present unfits to fcay. Medical Press : Pensacola fla. Opposite ;
Yours will always clean if you germs says the British Vino in Pensacola it is now for sale y +
tie
Clean "Fifth: That if the prayer of this that cannot be too i
ClothesFn send them to and Circular, a fact at the l leading drug store in nearly .
petition is granted, or is granted to widely known to tb2: public who find ia i every town and city in the country. ,. ,
The New Method Laundry the extent of remitting the imprison It a popular substitute for:sticking plaster i Look for the Vlnol agency in your I 1. :
"toiiE 1186' E. W. LAWRENCE. Prep.: 1I..1II .Hau."rrBld. W..RO"NAsr ment imposed by the sentence of said S-1 i town. l ; 7o
AGENTS WANTED. court and dismissing ,all pending in- t
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go to Tallahassee' to not grant the I :\ ? Because
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J f' VJbeWmttfoIa mtfnal out County governor his Record.A ,any drainage further. scheme.-Volusla power to carry PROF. ALLENS.VISIT. IN \J\LT. & \r 1 ourmostJy, because. Core it it,almost and save Invariably your hair l leads Anci Ce'I

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more,too, at the same time. All easily doc.I
New Plan. I with Ayers Hair Vigor, new impro
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., Governor Broward should popularizethe )!\: WI1'AL. ALABAMA muta. Cures dandrnJf. Stops rbi
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DAlLY WEEKLY. SUNDAY.t drainage question. Give away DoM .tala en'chaJI.-. J C.
t I, the soaP ariSe hair.ib Ln.
every alternating 10-acre tract of land _
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PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY in the drainage district to those who -
will agree to settle upon the land and Editor Pensacola Journal: James Turner Eiland and his family.I *--- --.
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...BY... erect a home and cultivate the land, I Sunday November 18 was a most 1 I They reside at 614 Randolph street. j -J .H.: ...BH- H--a--:;.- : .

THE ,JOURNAL and also irrigating privileges for a lovely day and, in company with my Montgomery, Ala. |
COMPANY. period of five years free of charge.St. .- grandson Felix Robinson I attended I walked up to his home_late In : j
; Petersburg IndependentGot Sunday school at Montgomery and !the evening and as I rang the bell \
- was treated of the best Bible I I a pretty little creature with woman' 1
": FRANK L. MAYES Pro.ld.rtt and General Manager to one
...-, a Gold Brick. class lecture I ever heard. There.: long dress on met'me at the door, andI I ib WORKINGNEN il!
The people of Florida will yet find must have been more than 100 In tile i,i said: "Are you Mr. Eiland's" daughter .
: MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. that the land syndicates handed them class and it was Indeed a pleasureto ;- "Yea sir." was her reply. I

:. ,-- a gold brick when they deceived a majority see how nicely every point in the I said: "How old are your__"Fifteen,"
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of the good of the statS '
SUBUCRIPTION RATES people lesson was handled by that grand old
( Into voting against that drainage After -,
1 One Year .. .. ...........5. CO One Month .. .. .. ?. .. 45 amendment-Madison Recorder. superintendent Mr. Washburn.there a II I Have heard of '
Six Months. .. ... .. .. 2 50 One Week. .. .. .. .. .. 10 hearty the lesson was over which, made was me i I you "Hickory Calf
hand-shaking
Three Months.. .. .. .. 1 25 Weekly Edition per! year.1 COt Jennings' Eloquence.In '
think of the ':'old time religion.
Bradentown the Journal fought the old calf skin tanned S
The next ,treat we had was some genuine by anew
,r alone against the amendment'backed of the finest music I ever heard which a ,
The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed by the eloquence of the originator of

t t. Circulation Statement. Can Be Secured. the man scheme Jennings the, with Hon.many William strong Sher-local and was three rendered five gentlemen.< singers-two by two Then violins ladies we a pIano.were and II r- I process which makes it absolutely I


f influences to help it along. Notwithstanding treated to a sermon from the text: impervious to water and as soft and
all these forces our position *
$(Editorial Rooms 38 Papers an Sal en Trains Education : or the Soul's Answer to
; Pfc'.e$ I was endorsed by a three to one vote the World's Rice handledthe

f J lBllllncSiOffi.1GOO _ and at all News ,Stands. Journal.In town and county.-Bradentown subject in CalL"a manner Dr. that proved I I i pliable as a vici kid? We have a I

i beyond doubt that he is a gentleman ,

'f' -Offices- -Journal' Building-Corner IntencUncla and DeLuna. --Sts- : Everglades During the Were drainage"Spongy.debate" it was I which fully qualified he fills. to In hold the afternoon the position we j ;g splendid line of Shoes made of this

took Park and
Electric
a ride to ,

t PENSACOLA FLORIDA, TUESDAY lORXI DECEMBER_ 4, 1906., I repeatedly the ,Everglades nothing stated in were that the the"spongy"world lands but-indeed in a- other Capitol MondaY places and 'of ad'.e interestOn paid a pleasure visit to the of I I I I IPROF H leather, with genuine rock oak soles,


.r To the conditionally pardoned con- spongy pretense for genuine soil. shaking hands with W. D. Jelks the sell for
Policyholders Should unlined to $2.50 $2.75 and
On the strength of the statement we t $3 j jI |
, lets: You'd better be good or the governor of Alabama. He is certainly
understand that is
a being
;. sheriff will get you. Vote Without Delay. company one of the finest looking gentlemen -
organized for the manufacture of
I and I was led to think Come and let show
ever saw H I pair. us
sponges and sell the whole surface of you.I B
Notwithstanding that effort that for
r every Alabama and Florida once
The Tampa Tribune asksThat's the earth down there by the ounce.- I. E. ALLEN.was .
I has been made: ti induce the policyholders had chosen two of the largest and
the next excitement? and in the Ocala Banner.
of the New York Life and handsomest men in their respective
I same issue suggests Laud Brown fort "Mutual Life Insurances Companies to "Whoop Her Up." states to be governors at the same the answer. Oh! how*sorry Ii I t WATSON PARKER & CO.Lmtm i

.. mayor of that city cast their votes for A couple of days after the electiona time was to think cousin "Jim" had a. EAEESE! .
directors those I
dwarf in his "I
Lake Butler man was traveling in Next I visited the "old Jefferson: family! am only 11,1 ;
I
f Oklahoma democrats are busy Concerns, up to December 1 only Georgia. As the train neared a little Davis home.? situated on the corner' gT was joking," she said and I felt relieved. | EVERYTHING TO gSVnX8X8XSXSSJtt
writing the constitution of the new ii-out 40 per cent had voted and the station the conductor cried out "Hoo-of Lee and Bibb street You can not j She and some of her friends !

I state and the first provision intro result of the election, therefor_ % hoopee!" from one end of the car, imagine the reverential awe that l']( were playing "women" and had putwomen's i :! J m.1i
f. while the brake screamed "Hoohoo-I filled my soul as I strolled from room j dresses on. In a few moments -i \
pends the uncast 1
upon vote, which I -
. duced was the "Jim Crow" law. to room and realized that I was treading a beautiful female glided into -
at the other end. The Butler
reach pee SXSJ XSX <
t. '. must the New York offices of man was awakened from a doze, and on the very same floor where that :: the room 'and I said: "Are you Mr. j ,
The editor of the Jacksonville the companies not later than December -I yelled out: "That's right boys whoop noble man once walked. Now Eiland's oldest daughter?" "I am his ,
;: Floridian is "already feeling good t. 18. This is a matter that is of I her up! Butler forever! Hundred I do not wish to dictate to any one or 1 I wife." she said,. and we had a good '

i. over ihe"prospects of'fun in the'next vital interest to every policyholder in .an' forty to six against dreenige! to say anything that will cause a laugh over the whole affair.. j JUST A FEW MORE LEFT 1
wave of trouble to roll across the after Mr. Eiland
Shortly supper arrived
} < political campaign." He evidently these companies, and a final appealhas ,Bless Lake Butler and dam the Ever ]
glades.:-Lake Butler Star.* breast of any person in Montgomerybut from his work and straight.
l- has no intention of being a candidate just been issued by the International 1\- I I do think it is a shame to let way I had him and his lovely wife u ,

for office.In Policyholder's Committee urging -1i i Illinois Way of,Doing It that historic mansion go to ruin without rendering some of the sweetest music
f. immediate action. i The most sensible drainage scheme an effort to preserve It. Why not i fI enjoyed during my trip. I have I, S of those ODD AND END SUITS I've been
I( this day when charges of graft The committee which is composedof :that we have heard of, says the Punta have it repaired and creosoted? The heard many people who could equal ,

If are so common and politics so strenUoUS such men Richard Olney Judge i Gorda Herald, was adopted in Illinois railroads creosote their piling and Mr. Eiland but not one that could I ; telling about and ;
t: it must be pleasing to former George Jonwell and Indiana many years ago. It permits why not use the same process on the'I I surpass him on.the violin. When he ,
Dr.
Gray, Judge Parker r the people in any section where Davis house? clayed "After the Ball" "The Mock-.

I Governor Bloxham to note the many Charles Emery Smith. General i there are lands needing drainage, to While in the photograph parlors of I j I II ingbird." and "Whistling. Rufus? ;. THEY'RE GOING FAST ,
I tributes paid him by the state press Benjamin F Tracy, Edgar E. Clark :organize into a district, elect drainage Mr. Th>lany. I made the acquaintance told him he was entitled to the cake.On II =
whenever his name is mentioned in of Prof. John Proctor Mills poet musician I visit j 7S
f. Governors of six states, I commissioners from among themselves Thanksgiving paid a
Congressmen,
!1 connection with any office. Members of Houses I and vote the rate of tax they and artist By' special Invitation I I the' home of Mr. Andrew Wayne 2 'In perfect condition and fine material and
i the of Lords and I are willing to pay just as we organize I paid a Msit to the beautiful Eiland and his sister Miss Mary. .

Cromwell Gibbons has gone to Hal I Parliament and many other men of :special school districts in Florida only home of Prof. Mills, and proved byj 1{I Imagine my surpris when I found : ',workmanship, but odd and end sizes, from

vana where he represents a wealthy large business affairs, has made a :in the former cases several counties actual test that he Is a master oft!they i are my first cousins, being

Cuban cattle dealer in a claim for most aggressive fight against ,the I may be included in one district This music. I also had the pleasure of i children of Uncle Wayne Eiland my I ::. $9,75 to $16.50. They're
'should, serve as a hint to Governor meeting his mother and grandmother mother's own dear brother. They reside ,
nine hundred, thousand dollars dam methods employed by the manage 'I whom I found 'to be estimable I
t' I Broward and the legislature.-Live ladies. I in their own house 219 Colnm-
ages against: the Spanish government ment of the companies whose entire :Oak DemocratWas In my rounds J got acquainted, with bug street. Montgomery, Ala.. 'S WORTH 25 PER CENT
If the genial captain wins the case I organization of over 20,000 agents and "Docius" Turk and family. Mrs. Turkis After spending 16 days in Montgomery ,

the, local militia in Jacksonville can other employees has been converted I Not Understood. a handsome lady and plays finely and minding with the :citizens

to expect "spread" his return. into a vast 'campaign machine for the i Although his drainage scheme was on'the piano.Montgomery. I' am compelled to say Alabama's I more than I'm asking for them. You had s
r a on I
l hopelessly defeated by the people at : ,in 1900 had a population capital is famous for the breadth,and
Th% latest development in the purpose of assisting in the election ,the last election, our strenuous Governor of 30.346:; and probably has at cleanliness of Its streets the courtesy better take advantage before the COLD [
of the. so-called "administration still clings to his pet idea witha this time 38,000 It has 58 churches push and pluck of Its businessmen. '
-.. L'Engle-Graham controversy is the indictment tic % t" which, if successful .means I bull-dog gtip and earnestly asserts 200 merchandise stores 5 banks 2 and last but not l"ast. the great WEATHER strikes you. They are bargains.
by the Manatee county continuation in of the that he will ram drainage down the light; and power plants, a fine elec- number sad beauty of its females. '
f grand jury of the Sun editor on the power men throats of the people whether they tric car system, 125 saloons. and 3 I left Monday for my home at -
. charge of criminal libel. For the who have been at the helm for many .want it or not lie claims that the large music houses. I want to remark -Brent, and n>"de the tourney without

r "peace and dignity of the common ;rears and whose administration of question was not understood by the that notwithstanding I was on being in the least fatigued by the
A FULL AND COMPLETE
wealth" John Graham the affairs of the companies, In iew people was the chief cause for the defeat the streets of Montgomery 16 days long ride.. .
i ought to take of the light shed upon the matter dur of the amendment It was- under I failed" tor see a drunken man, or r In the rrooer place I should have II '
: t 'much-needed rest" somewhere of tear of One being arrested. Line of t and for Men Youths and?
ing1 the recent investigation of the'stood! in this district with a result made particular mention' .of my attendance I Clothing Furnishings ,
: when Claude goes down to stand 143 against to six (by mistake) for I accidentally struck up with some .of seryjces at the Flrct I '
t trIaL New York legislative committee,' has drainage. This is an unlucky year for of my cousins that I had never heard Baptist! church on Sunday Nov. 5. Boys, at prices perfectly satisfactory, 4

been anything but commendable., I' wool pulling.-Lake Butler Star. of. I met a fine man by the name of Dr. Stakely preached a strong dncI I .
t. The :young editors of the Gaines-I I .Almost every vote procurable, by Allen, and while we were trying to trinal sermon and was attentivlv j I I
hue University News are a little unCertain the personal influence of the agents J One of Two Things. trace our relationship. I remarkedthat listened to bv a laNA audience. TI to I '
I Governor Broward and the drainage there are many Aliens but thatI present church was dedicated In 1852 1 .
about the definition of the I I of the companies' has' been secured. papers claim that the people of Flor- was kin to one family whose name and was up-to date at that: timp. but I JOS. COLEMAN i
word "cute." They think that "it is The vote not yet cast belongs mainly ida did not understand the drainage had never been duplicated: nam ly the new 'Baotfst church which let bpIng ,

t the most popular word in the feminine -I I to the policj holders' ticket, and amendment and therefore voted Eiland. "Well," said Mr. Allen. built of Georgia marMp. will. It
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vocabulary. A gushing girl will should be cast ,at once if the policyholders -against it If this claim be true it "there is a man by the name of is said, be the finest church In the I =

;:. call anything cute. It would take a .desire a voi e in the management means either one of two things viz: Eiland" working for the express com- south when completed.I.. 5 Phone 727.. I 212 S. Palafox Street. jj
That the people of Florida are too panv. That expression put me to E. ALLEN. 5 I
philosopher to fathom the meaning of of their own affairs. stupid to learn, or that Governor work and I never stopped till I found Brent, Fla., Dec. 3, 1906. %\zvszy>ss3H. j
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the The election! is
pestiferous monosyllable for it
now on and no vote Broward and his board of partisan followers -
embraces everything from a bow- will be counted that reaches the New are incapable of teaching the -

legged elephant to a pop-eyed grass York offices of the companies after people. If forced to accept either of r 1
t: widower** December 18. Every policyaolfier Is these views the Journal would unhesitatingly HOldS'

; S entitled to a, vote and it Is the dutyof adopt the latter as we still 'I.. Supreme Court G., DeSILVA & COMPANY
The democratic primary in Mississippi to have unbounded confidence in the wis.dom .
every one participate in the JournaL
of the people.-Bradentown
, next year, for the election of a
'. I United States senator to succeed choice of 'the men to whom wil! be Conditional Pardons ValidCriticism
entrusted the. control'qf tne millions
I

l Ilernando watched DeSoto Money_ will be I. which constitute a trust fund in A Good Idea.'Governor < ......&......................................&...&.................................&.......&....;. I Building Material ,
with interest all the the election
over which Broward says
United c States.' The candidates are I.I every member is interested to was only the,first skirmish in the mat- of the State Board of Par- the remainder of his five years' sen I 1L Shingles and Slate for Roofing
the
John Sharp Williams, democratic amount his policy. ter of draining Everglades. and It dons for what has been termed the tence. ,
is intimated that another proposed wholesale pardon of convicts has been The question was raised on behalf | '
leader in the national House of Representatives Massachusetts' hag detided that the amendment to the constitution will outspoken in certain places says the of Mr. Home as to whether the Board Patent Plaster, Store Fittings,

and James K. Varda- _election of a new governor each year be submitted to the people in 1908. Tallahassee Sun. of Pardons had power to revoke the j
"E man, governor of that state. The gives to the state too much politics Let the new resolution be framed '50 The Supreme court at Tuesday's conditional pardon at the time subse-f w Everything for House Building

t campaign has already begun and will and will extend the term of the chief there will be no room for doubt; let session passed upon a case of conditional quent to the expiration of five years i '
be drained pardon which shows conclu- -the term of the sentence-from I and Repairs.
the
J no doubt grow warmer as the date executive to two years. In Florida it lay out the district to ;
the let it define and limit the powers of sively that it is not farcial and that date when the original sentence was :,
;y for the primary approaches. governor is only elected once the board in clear unmistakableterms judicial surveillance does not sleep on passed and service thereof begun. -

t' S every four years but the gubernatorial ; let it be subject to ratificationor such cases. # Judg Malone, in the circuit court --

,_,' The- Tallahassee True Democrathas discussion begins anew the day rejection by the electors who reside Justice is not vengeful. It is In- cided that the Board of Pardons de-I imprisonment'that he has not already Mr. Home, and directing th: &'' r
.. discovered that the "powere-that- after each election. within the district marked out tended to be corrective and its first not such power. The supreme court actually suffered. The violation suit court "do make Inquir', i':' lt:.
it be," whoever these men may be, are. then it will never be said that the people purpose is to make good citizens; and now reverses Judge Malone and establishes -j' any time of the conditions or the pardon truth of the alleged violaUi ':l'

: holding conferences at the statehouse t-' "- 4 $* --it- .. of Florida voted against it be- not convicts.In such power in the board. renders it by .its terms null and defendant in error of th:, "a* s
understood. the case of the state of Florida, Discussing conditional the I I void and the status of rt
kind jumps to the conclusion cause it was not -Chipley pardons the defendant of his pardon In the m.':-w ;
that the governor is contemplatingthe ECHOES OF DRAINAGE- Verdict plaintiff in error, against Peter Home, supreme court says: I I in error is as though' he had never received pointed out, and if such 'z defendant in error from Gadsden "There Is undoubted wisdom in the the conditional pardon. If, tion of the conditions of acl. ral fj ,
t a
calling of an extra session of the H- $ ..i"I OKLAHOMA.We county the court defined the status of policy of conferring upon responsible when the conditions of the pardon are shall be therein establi;hed, <..

legislature. The state officials haveS i) are mighty proud. of you. conditional pardons granted by the constitutional officers the power to I violated, a portion of the quantum of fendant in error be remanded
>; all gone on record as favoring pubt Bobs Up Serenely Oklahoma: \ State Board of Pardons. This case grant conditional pardons by which imprisonment fixed by the sentence custody and that the r"z''I"
t: licity in matters has attracted wide attention in mid persons convicted of crime maybe 'has not been suffered or served the of the original sentence IJ. I'
pertaining to tha 1 The You are mighty good to view
governor may be expected to dIe Florida owing to the prominenceand encouraged and to should be -
prompted again party returned to serve the
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I' executed but if the alI'gd
t state's interests and the editor of the bob Oklahoma. I ;
: up with another drainage plan iff popularity of the defendantIn become useful citizens. Should the remainder of hjs time of imprisonment lations of the conditions of such t F
t True Democrat if he has the near future. The voters will also We were filled with joy ecstatic Home
noticed any April 1898 Mr. was con opportunity thereby offered a. convict. as stipulated in tha termsof don shall not be established. ""< !
j.., unusual "conferences" at the statehouse bob up and kill it* deader than they And our' shouts ,were quite emphatic victed in the circuit court of Gadsden to reform be not appreciated and the i i the pardon; and, oesides this the there be shown any satisfactor, '" '
;. should have Invt'stigatt'd'Dnd did the last one.-Lake Butler Star. When we saw you Democratic county of the cltense of assault with restraining and salutary conditions of I i[I pardon, by the breach of Its condItions excuse for such violation he s..-" ;t

ascertained for certain what the subjct -) Taking Defeat Hard. Oklahoma. intent to murder committed upon Mr. the pardon be violated at any time : is rendered in law void and if 'discharged from further custody *i ,
Harry L. Taylor then a conductorupon during the convict's life or during the he sentence of imprisonment hasnot, it Is further ordered that the sia
i J under discussion wus at these unjusual i The Tallahassee True-Democrat .has As an ally in the fight, the Seaboard Air Line Railway.On time fixed by the pardon for their I been fully executed the law imposes torney for the Second judicial ..,
f' "conferences of the powers-'much to'say about some of us taking Oklahoma, April 28. 1898, he was sentenced observance the pardon becomes void 'the obligation to complete the service shall be notified by the judge r :
.t. S Uut-be" The Democrat says: I j!the defeat of the everglade drainagevery For strict justice truth and right to five years' imprisonment from the and there Is both punishment for the I'I cf imprisonment fixed in the judgmentof court of the time and place, when ,: f

t There Is a rumor afloat now to the{.! hard* We are not putting ,as Oklahoma.. date of sentence. On January 5, 1901 i lapse of'conduct and protection to society conviction and ,sentence of punishment where Tie will hear and determt-- ,'.
*, effect that some-of the "powers that much energy into our grief as you are You will be a help tremendous. he' was granted a conditional pardonby in the exercise of the power given The pardon may as one of its matter and that he be given a" '
5 be" are contemplating and desiring putting exultation into yours.-St. Pe Your new strength will help defendus the State Board of Pardons. On II by law to enforce the unsatisfied i restrictions and limitations designate portnnity to produce witnesses ,

5_ the calling of an extra session of the tersburg-Independent t July 18, 1906, five years and a half portion ol the original sentence. I;'the time for the ,observance of its tablish. If he can the truth of L,"' ,:u.
f', legislature but for what specific pur-1'Ft.i Lauderdale Dredges.- More like you the good fates send us- afterwards, after the date when the The defendant in error acceptedthe 'conditions but when the conditionsare leged violation of the conditions o' -
: Ost' not stated. Possibly it may be i), Press dispatches say the Cuban Oklahoma.Out original sentence began to run the I conditional pardon thereby securing violated. the pardon becomes void pardon and that the defendant m *',
t rithiew of taking up some of that treasury Is "short.? It be pardoning board revoked the condI. his release from imprisonment in law and the party Is subject to the ror be accorded the like privil::;:;'
'. may safely tional pardon granted in 1901 upon and he is bound by its legal condi- unsatisfied portion of the n .
: threatened I sentence refute
passing of bills to cause'"weeping !saId that It Is "]ong." when compared there In the sunset west, as producing witnesses to St.
that
representation made to it Mr. tions
'and limitations. The provisions though no had "
: pardon been .
and wailing and gnashingof to the Condition, in which Florida'streaure5 Oklahoma, granted.The leged violation if he can.
Home had violated the conditions of of the pardon are in effect that if at ,
i supreme jcourt therefore
teeth.The rumor goes that: chest will be if the next Of them all look the best enteredits The opinion was resdere'.tcuriam ,
you the ordered to be arrested -
pardon. He was any time his life .
defendantIn
during the judgment that the
Comptroller Judgment of the
Croom is the member behind legislature all the Justices conc'Mt.
does not to the OklahomaMay .
put a stop by sheriff in the state, and error shall
the move and In that case some- useless any fail to observe its con circuit court, _releaslnxHome and Home was represented by'"
expenditures being made on you never make revision was arrested by the sheriff of this ditions, the pardon shall be null and the'
holding order for
thing may, be doing in,that IInE'a1l i those his arrest Issued W. C. Hodges, of Tallabcus''Thomas ;
.. he'Is accredited with being almost the 1 Augustine dredges at Fort, Lauderdale.St. .- Of year new statehood decision county and imprisoned here pendinghis void and he shall be arrested to serve by direction of the Board; of Pardons '' L. Clarke of Mortfcelkj ,III

1'-. "whole thing" among the "great and I Ir Record.- Keep close ran s. without- dfrision, return to the state prison to serve out the remainder of his sentence of be reversed. costs to be taxed against I state by Attorney General EllIs

mighty.? Let them put the people of ftTurnir.g j on 'the Sean nlight.I Okla oma. ----- : Florida to such an unnecessary and t)|I A large majority of members of
;. uncaged. for expense that another gigantic -,the coming session of the legislature As was stated in the start

scheme may be put on footS :)r will be against the governor's drain- Oklahoma.You .
( and additional help will be furnished ''age ideas. H*.is reported to Bare have acted well your part.
end that by themselves, to turn them! said since the overwhelming defeat Oklahoma. .: Plantation
t from the offices they hold: As It la i of his drainage amendment that he As the new state of the nation Chill Cure is KusmteiTo
some of them will have to hustle and I ,ia! not through yet and will ask thelegislature You deserve a.great ovation- I II
; do a lot of explaining before they:can j' to enact laws that will Well join In the demonstration..

again; hope to fool the .people Into_ ref J permit him to onUnue the work. Oklahoma.. '
electing: them. This'large ,nlajority was elected to Brya's. Commoner. Cure, or Money Refunded by Your Merchant. So. Why Not Try IT? Urice, SOc. Retail.





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THE .-PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUESDAY, MORNING,. DECEMBER 4, 1908. PACE JI'IW I

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AT CENTURY THE SHOE. 'MEN WITH -A..REPUTATION; I [I. I.
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EVENTS g NONPAREIL i 4MANY -, "t 1: i'-
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; -DINNER- PARTIES AND AN IF IT'S: SHOESIT : It !l 1"-j I
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....S. ParafM Street epstairi:; ELABORATE BALL FEATURESOF ,
BY A.UJmLIE.AREAN BERNARD.Telephone f
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i Open 7 a. m. to 9 p.,, m. THE OCCASION. MAY BE ANYBODY'S

i 1N* 669 Before 3 p-t:M. OUR SPECIALTIES: i .
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.i, Business Men's Dinner, 12 to 3 'Special to'The Journal.

'UTheatre 5 230. 50 cents.Parties, regular, board Century, Dec 3.-This Is the most IF ITs THE BEST SHOES W

era and Meal Tickets. {H:( glorious season of 'the whole year. k 1
a PHONE 1530. S Thanksgiving came and went In a
r blaze of glory, heralded< by the autumn 1
THE CYNIC'S CHRISTMAS.Same Vie Journal = The neatest cleanest and best' ff gold of the beeches' and the crimson ITISMYR'Si1
old ChristmasAs Daily Fashion Feature in widen
place in town to get your fire .
r: meals. 5J of the maples, accompanied by !

Same of old yore nuisance .' M,x, Come once; we will- trust you to .., ; the jolly beaming face of the sun and -5---- f : .t
come again. !? the soft mellow moon which cast her : '
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Same old bore, ,
Same bum Santa ;;_gg-ar-al- J Wqg II X silver lances'all nature of tight with earthward gleaming, enveloping ra-' ;'h.. .. ,- ........ .. -;' il t

:Same exchange .r-" !
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diance. :: J.
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Christmas strange.giving's = = = = There was something' for@ ery one ..... ....!.. .. .... ,: :, ; !; j

Same very old holly, .v" I' )i 1 1Embroidery on'this Thanksgiving day, hunting : ; .... ,.. -
Art driving, giving of thanks, feasting r :
Same old cheer, f; : :'t
x { i 1 and dancing. Nothing was neglected. "
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old
Same slippers
I There was pleasure and good cheer for 1
Much too small aav Opening. 1 all. Quite a number of visitors were .; ...,i" !". 1 it: t Utll a
l tame cigars : in town. .
No good at all. r All the ladies who are interestedIn Miss Beanie'Patterson of,MUlC '' ..' Ipflm

Same old Omar, I R u 'v dainty novelties for Christmas is spending several days with her gee sister '. _1f t.'

Same old ties gifts will be more than del htecl ,- Miss Jeon1' Patterson. ; :1 : ., ,\ 1 'j ;11 <

Nothing novel with those to be displayed by; Mrs. Mrs. Tracy 'served a delightful din- ,

Meets my eyes. : Ill V. Kendall, Monday Dec."3, ner recently.- Her guests were Misses 3 ., t t .
Same old greetings, : 'H : l '. W t.1-.1, :?
at her store, 34 South,Palafox. All Roy Culbertson. Bessie and Jean.Pat -. ;, "' ''' :
Same old ills, t cordially Invited:.. New goods \ terson. j f '

Same old Sameness added dally I Private:tables were arranged at the -'*:',- ., .' r,
Even bills. hotel and parties .of friends dined : i!;. f o' f

.Harvey Peake in the December Bo 'Mrs. H. V. Rendall. there. j f:.. n .S t
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hemian. Miss Maisie and Genevieve Mc- : ;I

Keon, of Mobile, spent several days : : -. _.., h: t
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Fifty-Second AnniversaryOf with Miss Irene. Glover. They re- . j 't j.

George Pfeiffer, Sr. Helen Gonzalez; :;, Ella Rupert. Florence turned home Saturday. I ,{, I {
Connors Mary Davidson. : Misses McNeil and Wallace of At- ;I &
. .Yesterday was the fifty-second anniversary
more spent some time with Mrs. A.
Kindergarten room: Misses Edwina
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of George Pfeiffer Sr., of D. Mc lel. Their friends' regrettedvery ;
and Marie Christie, Lloyd and Al-
East Government street and last thea Blumer, Claude much to see them depart Satur I
night, by way of a surprise to him Blanche Durant Riera Mary MEYER SHOE CO. .tf: a !
Mignon Hannar Vir- day.Mr );
who
his mother Mrs. George Pfeiffer,
ginia Merritt, Oril M. Williams, Masters ; and Mrs. Pingleton of Foshee .
recently celebrated her seventieth -
only I
James Neville Edward Johnson. : are visiting Mrs. Pingleton's parents. 102S. PALAFOX.
anniversary paid him a call i\\ ,
O. A. One of the most delightful eventsof 3f
Warren Riera Gonzalez, Willie
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and spent several hours most pleas ; Fauria, Robert Howland Whiting An-! the season was the dinner party FEET' FOR :: t i ;M n
antly. No other relatives were pres drews. given by Mrs. A. Vff Ranney Thanks- '

-Junior Misses Allie giving evening. The dining room wasa 4 j !
cntDuring .. girls: and Ila : .
the evening :Mr. Pfeiffer I
dream of beauty. The color scheme ;
.opened champagne which had beenin Jeudevine Lindsay Ernestine, Caramella.Jeudevlne Mirabella, Hattie Lillian !.. green and .white, was carried out in j : .
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his sideboard' since his marriage .1. .l
everything The tabje glittered with :
Adams Josle Johnson Mildred f'la'lli
29 years ago. Armstrong. I cut glass, china and silver. The center )-I. I I II
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TWO PENSACOLA LAWYERS. Junior boys: Masters Malcolm 1 piece was an_ enormous pumpkin urge stock of wen..elected l Jewelry "j I ; 1
filled with fruits and four tall vases JUST R E eEl I V E D .
Tallahasseeans feel much' pride In Rafferty George Greenwood, Denis I W.tchea. Silver Novelties and Silver 't '
the notable success being achieved by Robinson Waldimus Johnson Joseph) 1 of snow chrysanthemums lent their Plated war*. Call and.. set price before buying. 1 3
two in the solid.old O'Connell Salvador Scalese Louis i queenly beauty to the scene. Covers .
Tallahassee boys Brent
seaport metropolis of West Florida. Sanchos. Letlus Williams. were laid for fourteen. The guests Building.. J. F. DAVIS, Jeweler. ;. ; s1
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: Mr. and Mrs., John Miller and
were
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Several weeks ago thee bar and citizenry '

of Pensacola were recruited by As soon Cure as for the Sore child Nipples.is done nursing t :I Mrs.Mrs. Tlllittson H. L. Glover of Duluth and Miss; Mr.Irene and .................,....................................' r.'t,
Messrs.. William B. and John T. G. j' ill\
apply Chamberlain's Salve. Wipe It Glover, with her guests Misses Maisie
Crawford the eldest sons of Secretaryof i {
off with a soft cloth before allowing. and Genevieve McKeen. of Mobile and .
State II. Clay Crawford who went 1. tf- ;
there to enter upon the practice of the child to nurse. Many trained : Dr. .J. P.. Dey of Pine Barren. Din- One Thirdof

law. It appears from the notices in \, nurses use this with the best results. ner was served at half past five. The 1
\ Price 25 cents per box. For sale by dInner' cards were turkeys and the
the Pensacola that they are
already making papers creditable records in all, druggists. favors were 'wax fruits oranges ba- Your Life in Bed I J 1 (

he field of their future endeavor. nanas and pears filled with candy. ,

These young to men would be valuable __, i Mrs.of alice Millen blue.wore silk.! a Mrs.handsome Glover black gown Since: about a third of your life is spent in : .! f' +
acquisitions any city and Pensa .
cola is fortunate in having been r ANDERSON.Special net Maisie, Mrs.McKeon Tillitson white black net over lace white:Miss bed, wEy not have the bed comfortable; you ; i ,U <; '

chosen future activities.by them as Both the'scene are welltrained of their .: _: _, i l slIt Miss Genevieve McKeon pink *get all l that's good and comfortable in the .i' .. 1 k't :

young lawyers,,cultured gentlemenand to'The JournaLAnderson. grenadine and net over pink silk. Miss bed line here. f ;
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and Mrs.
-5- 5 Irene Glover"white-stIk lace.
manly men. Unless all Indications Dee; S.The lighter Bil- : .j"
FROCK FOR SCHOOL GIRL
( fourlard with blue trimmings 't j
Ranney gray -
are deceptive they will each Iron Beds $2.50 $4 $5 and to $25.
week
lie of Pensacola arrived this ,After dinner the guests engaged up ; '
make a proud record in the legal profession The gown .sketcbe4 is a charming yoke and down the middle of the back, with a load of machinery consistingof I .
as well as in the public and model for a; school;! girl, the lightweight the braid dividing as shown by the six boilers and a large Corliss en- ball opened In.a game at the of Century bridge Club until, the Springs, Woven Wire and Victor Spiral, 450. t i \>:
t-O'iallife of Florida's western metropolis sketch. In five rows each, which out '1'
gine. ,
serges or cloths being especially Never hare -the rooms of the Cen- Felt Mattresses $6.50 to $15. :
and their careers will be watched lined the upper half of little diamond- Mr.: H. J. Jernigan is 'now occupying : : : ,
tatury to better advan-
iv we greai-aumber-of.friends jn this good four such wear. The original shaped pieces of ecru cloth set in on his new !cottage on Second tage than Club at appeared the Thanksgiving balL J Feather Pillows, $2, $3, $3.50 and $5. i..f: t ;
section who have watched them grow; frock was of blue and green checked each side the front and ''in the back.! avenue. ..; ladies' ;
The parlor was daintily decorated
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Into promising sterling manhood. serge, the trimmingconsisting of The yoke was of tucked lawn and was Messrs. O.. R: .Harding, E. S. Day with smilax and Spanish moss; BUY: USEFUL CHRISTMAS GIFTS. '
Tallahassee Sun. soutache and tiny gilt buttons., Ten worn with a linen turnover and :four;: and H. W. Johnson made a flying the reading room with palmetto and i .1 i'
I rows of the braid;were used about the in-hand tie of sUir.HONOR trip to St' Andrews Tuesday even -
billiard and lower hall
pine the room e
An engagement of much Interest recently n ___.___ __ __ ing to attend the show. with;.smIl Spanish'moss and small : if
announced is that of Miss! AnnaV.
Taliaferrb, of Jacksonville the ator James P.: Taliaferro. of Florida ROLL FORCONVENT week The from schooner Pensacola Maxwell with was a load In this of flags"of many, nations; the refreshment i MARSTON A QUINA i' ), r r

lovely daughter of United States Sen- and Mr. Edward W. Lane, presidentof freight room was a fairy bower and ZT ..
Southern smilax trailed its daint
the Atlantic :National Bank of SCHOOL :Mr. 'J. C. Savage moved Into his T
Jacksonville. The. wedding will take new! cottage this week. length against the walls. 'the chandelier 108/110 s. Palafox St Phone 149 Pensacola, Fla : S '.

A CLEANLY AGE. place early in the new year. Following is the honor roll of the .Mr. Carlos Evans, of Ashburn, Ga was gracefully draped with gray i .
Twentieth Century Ideas Incline Mr. Arthur Kelley is very sick at convent school for the month of November paid us a visit this week. : festoons of. the moss,-while a graceful ....................................................: !, t
branch of hung beneath. The ',
his home on Ninth avenue, with : J orange \
Toward Sanitation and Preven- '-

tatives. typhoid; fever.Mobile .. ferty Senior Ada girls McHugh: Misses Genevieve Raf "' WAYS Of THE TOAD. ball umbrellas room.was_and decorated lanterns with and Japanese with- ..................................................... ,:, i r t
Agnes Quigley
Nowadays scientists believe that In ,
J. Kate King, Emma Schambeau Sun- many flags. Music was furnished byWyer's i : t 1
Register :Mr. and Mrs. i i
cleanliness) lies the secret of prevention fame el Ole OMItte of This Peew1Jarct.M. You .might as well get one righttoday ti ;
Pensacola-
'of The
shine Gertie Whitehead Lela band refreshments :
of diseases.To D. Torrey left December 2'for Pensa Bergin .... .' .
because later I'
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were turkey sandwiches, sooner or I Iyou're
Cussacks, Florence Roche, Annie ''
prevent a disease, remove the cola, Flav to spend a few. days. It Is remarkable that the toad loving bound to "Ko- t: t
Maher Mercy Hatton, Edna Sheppard, pickle> olives, coffee, ice cream, and : be t'" .
rause. water as it does, should wander cake. Baker It's the great. '
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Hilda Willie :
last as unclean habits breed Little Nanette Rosique; after an ill Bicker Moody Evelyn f1t f1-
many away from watery regions to dry Miss Florida de LaRua came up T fun out-i .
Bond. :
diseases, so careless habits will breed ness of 60 days with typhoid fever, is 1 \j. .1
dandruff. Improper use of another's now convalescing much to' the gratification The name of Miss' Jennie Byrnes i ground, where it can never see a drop from Pensacola with Miss Lottie Rice |LOO up tC i i

Brushes combs etc.. will surely cause of her little friends. was inadvertently omitted of. the honor : ;; I of water except at rain time and leave to attend the ball. : ;:!5. : .1 t !
roll of last month. Its water rights to the undisputed I Quite a party of young people from
possession
in time will |
dandruff and. Just as
furely cause baldness. .Mary Adelaide the beautiful baby Senior boys: Masters "EmanuelJohnson | of Its renal neighbor the frog. i Brewton chaperoned by Mrs. McClel- T i !
lon, down to the ball. Among IWDt Et.
It's microbes Infection nothing more daughter of Mri\ and Mrs..George' P.I I Greg G. Quin, Wm. Jno. i JOY the toad loves water most be : them came were' Misses Hazel Slaughter, ,t -
Wentworth, baptized Sunday at Croaker Clyde Bicker Dudley 11<: 1 4
was
nor 1 less. known to every garden Ipyer. Whew and Penn 'i
.Loflin
.1 Mary Douglas ;
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Edo Swathe, Edward
Hugh :
Newbro's Herpicide kills the dan- St..Michael's church.- ; ever there is a shower the 'creature Messrs. Rabb Weaver Rankin and In long -
O'Brien Motta, Adrain Farinas, Willie ,
iniff germs and causes hair to grow i leave its cool retreat under the : winter evln'f+ I'I
Mrs. R.A. Wheeler, ot Bagdad is Merritt Cameron Bonifay. Herman : plan Bowers and Mr.: and Mrs. T. J. Booth. -
"luxuriantly: Herpicide Is (absolutely visiting her parents, :Mr,..and Mrs. J. Pape Leo }Maher John Rafferty Herman I i or shed and stands as far aa its fore Mr.'andMrs.. Mashburn-. and tags, flashlights r t ,

:free substances.from grease* or other injurious A, Kelley, of this city. Hall, Russell Villar, Rosco'| legs will ,let it, erect In the rain apparently Mrs., HllanyBryan., Mr. and Mrs. Mc- Y are the thing. Anybody R
I enjoying to the utmost the Curdy Isses Ida and Elizabeth 'Mc- can take them. It's i
'w. Thompson Alfred Bradley John IL
For sale by W., A. D'Alemberfe, i Mrs. J. N:,Lewis King has been confined Christie,Paul Reumont, Thos. Cu- \ shower bath.Whenever. Curdv,1; Messrs. Cartwight, Hammonds, easy. We Instruct you Get a -1 "
druggist and apothecary 121 South and Wilkinson came down .' Kodak I :' t ,
to her home for several days sacks. Dan Bergin Gilmore'' Hatton Jackson 0 to-day. Learn to take pio \
they the water -
Palafox street, or send lOc. in stamps are near .
tosilitis from Flomaton.Mr. tures and amuse yourself.
for sample to The with Leo Reymundo, Arthur .Kiedenger at breeding time they deport long, .1
Herpicide Co., De- Eulane Thos. Maloney Horace R.JL Wheeler, of Bay Minette, f. GEM BOOK STORE., PHONE 235.. ; i
Bonifay,
rtroit, Mich. I her 1 of and
Mrs. W. H. Hart returned to Coburger, Jno. Sweeney, Jno. slimy strings eggs t&tjfOGng spent Thanksgiving with friends and \

home at Hart, Fla", Sunday after a i Johnson Geo. Cazeppa Joe Corrigan, ; toad has to go through the tadpole attended the ball. .N/N1fiNl..... :................t+++O.. /NN4NN. !
visit her-daughters.Jlrs.' H. H. Warren Graham Harold Hall Frank i stage in common with his brotherrog. Mr. 'and Mrs. Hauss were shockedto ?
Cowart of .this-city. But when they are wholly excluded by receive -telegram announcing the -
and Fred Schiller, Raymond Merritt\ ,,
The Best Is What We Sell' J Jno. Muller, Willie Campbell Ernest distance from the water they seem to death*'of 'Mrs.' Hauss's mother Mrs. BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANY ; I,

Mr. and -Mrs. Jesse 'Barfleld, of Castro Eric Anderson Walter Moody, have the power of being viviparous, Allen of Detroit, Mich. Mr. Hauss W. T. BEOWE'.t!: PftES. AND MANAGER. +j
the proud parentsof Intermediate girls: Misses Katie or bringing forth their young alive. left for,tha'north! Saturday afternoon. Prepared to do all electrical repairing on short n.tice. Ring phone Sill and a 1 It"
MAKE A NOISE LIKE Louisville Kr.are They have the sympathy of their representative will calL \V. T. B14w n, President and Manager, 205 S. Baylen ,
a fine boy.: Mrs: Barfield was for- Connors, Florence Drennon Nellie In the water fertilization Is effectedIn I street. 1

merly Miss Genevieve Coulson of,this !Mullen. Ruth Roche Annell McCarthy; the same manner as In fishes, but I friends J I'I I --- .--- i'

An Order city. Elma Rupert Ada Johnson Ruth the method in the land life career la The Ctaimfimg Freaehmaa.There .
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Turner. Mamie Bicker Mattie O'Con not known. About all that Is knownis I time when to
was a having
I Mr. J. W. Carter, of Repton, Ala., nell, Estelle Sheppard, Annie and
I
Mrs. T. that confined toads are found with cross ,,the,frontier of his native land
Hello, Central Give is the guestofhis daughter i
J. Butler 1304 EastcGarden streetMr. little toads, no larger than house,flies,. i was regarded by a Frenchman aa the Fine Feathers Make Fine Birds I.

me 391. Hello, is that Carter was stationed at the Pensa-II 1 j about them after a time, and In walled I greatest hardship he could undergo. I ;

Rosenau & Gereld's, ? cola navy yard during the war and,] gardens and places far removed from Today tt la the rival of the Anglo- is delivered to i I :J t
although he has never resided in this : water little toads, no larger than peas, Saxon where love of travel and adven- When your prescription you t

Yes, ma'am.Havc.you city has always ,been greatly inter- 's HOT CAKES I wandering around on their own resources ture are concerned.-Paris Figaro. neatly labeled in good, readable writing, wrapped f f 4
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in csted In its :rss.and prosperity. and which could have
never
got your I I in tidy at once the
:I WITHMAPLESYRUP ;a secure, way, you get ;
been are within common ex fare of His Vmbrella.Departing .
new stock of I.1 Tampa Tribune: Ocala has of suffered Dr. W. I 'perience.tadpoles : 'Guest-Dear me, what a impression from the looks of the outside that fi l '
a serious loss in the death
KOSHER SAUSAGE? Marean.. which occurred'In that city wet night!.-I wonder if you could give the inside is all right. '
the 24th Inst. .Marean has -'It .. t* a '1'." ; me the' load of an umbrella: ? Host
Dr. I II Ii
AND GOOD
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Yes, ma'am. I ever since 1882, been Identified with I II Tie clause "It suits to a T,* met* Certainly, but-weJt..the fact Is,'I thinkI You, can ,be pretty sure that when we display .t t f

What kind have ,you? I the home of.his adoption where he BUTTER Ing It' fits exactly Is as old as the would be the better for a walk. TH so much care with the outside, that we take extra ;: .
has won a -world of earnest friends l familiar Instrument, the T square or T Just take a tuna home with you and
We have I who looked up to him no less because : rote (110( called from Its resemblance t* shelter yon-by the -war." precautions to make the inside all right. We r, T t

Fresh Salmon.........i.....25c It' :of his beautiful"Christian character Make a' dish fit forking a' the letter Tl), used by mechanics and will send_ after your prescriptions and send .. =. !
Fresh Cervelat............20c Ib than for his splendid attainments in the i' and
Ring' ologn..................15c Ib the line of his profession. a. Just thing forbreakfast I draftsmen for making angles true them back to you. :4't)f
Link Bologna................15c Ib : these mor fofobtainmg perpendiculars.' 5e expression
Large Bologna...............15c Ib in In the We < j
use have
Wienerwurst..........,.....15c Ib When In doubt get Blue Ribbon ings. Swansdown Cake was common Makes Red BloodGrapeNuts I Let us fill your prescriptions. filled
Smoked Tongue....-........25c to Lemon or ypnllla.--Absolutely pure time of Dr. Johnson who is quoted by two hundred thousand since, we have been '.
We Have Also tie Beef Fat. go twice as far and'the "Blue RIbbonFlavor' Flour'ectmoreland- as saying of Wharburton over
3-lb Palls.....................45c: is' Ask for the ; Boswen to in business. ," tI Ii t
perfection i him :
5-lb Pails......................75c ; and Log-- Cabin Maple Yon see they'd have fitted Y
2Bc size.
All aT." : 4-i'' \
I'll '
right, come by Syrup.
Meeting :of Women's;Home., t 1 > ,
and get some.: Goodbye.DON'T There will be a meeting at the His Best Bread. W.'A'D'AlemberteDruggist ,

FORG '-r THE' PLAC.E- "Womans Home Tuesday morning at :. ,Baker-I keep the best bread. Customer -cooking. Vi;
:u o'elock. AU members are/requested -Sol 'Gator -&; Do -(who Ur cdm"plalnlng"Tot' tbf'bread's -requrres-nQ }
IdecSt Inferior quality)-I don't doubt '
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to be present .r "Road to Weflville- In 1
Rosenau 6 GereldsYTHE what have to Read and k ;
.It' Baker,Then_ you Apothecary .
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Wherever Jackson Square Coffee Food Starev f complain about? Custonier'rhat: pkp- I

FANCY GROCERS, has been, 'tde4', ,its" cup quality has Southwest, Corner Palmer' .ad Intudinda stea-'et keepiac tike:best bmd-yoo -THtRE 116 SOUTH PAlAfOX'Sr. been praised.: Leadinggrocers haveit Phones tT8 keep'fh f bad
.. .'f. 4t30 ,abpnld_sell thebest, aad t
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F h..- -IX.It THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY M 0 R N I.N G,..D.E.C E.M..B.E R 4,1805. .



It CLASSIFIED' ADVERTISEMENTS- THAT PAY I





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-- $100.00 CASHand -: WANT TO SELL ?


LIST OF DESnlRABLE $25:00 per month boys a -roomcof. If You( Pay' : '
TO BUY ?
I i tags on East Jackson, street car liae. WANT
$1600. '" $20 a- Month'


f' PROPERTY FOR SALE Rent Money WANT TO EXCHANGE? NEW CITY MAPS

i $4200-Elegant 7-room dwelling on East

Hill or car line-lot 90x125 feet- '
-- : have listed of every
we
You in properties
wilt out :
bath etc.
street, near DeVIIIIers St ..... gas pay possible description. In every nook and
dwelling on West Government ,
One-story dwelling on Spring street near Romana, with lot 40 feet ten years, .including interest corner. of Pensacola-but we haven RECEIVED
One-story !
enough.We JUST
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front .. . .1 $3500-7-room modern dwelling on .North at 6 per' cent, the constantly In receipt! of en
21 all brokers -
Block of ground well situated and containing dwellings new quiries from investors speculators
i and rented, rent at $1500 per annum. If sold at once Eayne street all modern. enormous sum,of home and business' 'seekers who wantto .
; Desirable corner on the West end.wlth good Improvements rentingat buj.' ,
i $AO per annum ....... $3163.20.Enough '
Splendid Investment on Baylen street near Government propertynow $2500- -Koom dwelling on North Hill- : Our BusinessTo :_ SHOWING
renting at $740 per annum......... 6850.00 i bath. gas and an modern. to buy your I

Desirable piece of property on Intendencla street, near Palafox .. 350.00 self a fine home, or more, bring buyer and seller together.
with good dwelling attached upon large corner lot, on the Our clients take no risks as we makeno AU additions. sab-divisions and
.: Store West End splendid business location ..........- 2650.00 than the amount neces charge until a deal la closed. We I changes in names of streets, together
Seven desirable lots on the corner, fronting the bay, near the business i also give you, the benefit of our adver- with' all Information
3500.00 LESLIE BROOKS sary to buy a piece of tising mediums free which annuallycost necessary to the
; center -
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us several hundred dollars.Advantages. buyer or seller of Real Estate or the
. -, Ten lots.on desirable corner of North Baylen street splendid Invest- 1800.00 property yielding to youa \ owner of property in the -
: men '

:. I We can rent or sell a number of houses of 4 rooms, upwards, at once, as i Real Estate, monthly income"of.$30 .

;' we have a great demand for them. If want to jell, -
or $360 a Buy prop- are in .your favor you City of Pensacola
year.
S ,' Vacant Iota also handled by us to advantage.> and In9urnc0. provided you do it right. -
& We Insure property at lowest ratee.r erty now on the 'install Select one good agent and place your
I property with him, putting it m every
r Phone 462. 112 S. Palafox., ment plan and'own.your one's bands has a tendency to depreciate .l', < This map r Is up-to-date in every par'
value-It that real ticular.
the are
appears you
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r H'I own, home. See us quick. anxious, to'selL See? -- ----

I HOOTON &, WATSON PRICES .

To Make Money.

THE RENTAL AGENTS," I For S llle Mounted Mapi on Roller and

i fleD A vm. fYER. CO. la every business man's desire. We Linen .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. $2.00

i make money-we have to make It-our Pocket Map .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 50c(
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Real Estate Insurance, and Loans expenses are large. How do we do ItT
By selling property., We are not speculators -
York
Agents New ; we don't buy and then offer to

i No 37 S. Palafox Street. Phone No. 54. i $3000 Ufa Insurance Company. our clients-on the other hand we always
them the opportunities.- buying
100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST., give HOOTON & WATSON
, : ...t........................... ..................... 1 Phone TOO. Pensacola, Fla. first.

p for 212 West Wright street, Our "
L=- Experienc.after "The Rental Agents.

WANTED. 'WANTED. a very desirable 8-room and
HELP close and attention
several
years' study
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I. hall residence with large lot. enables us to render better ser Real Estate Insurance and 'Loans
:" SMALL COLORED BOY wanted at the WANTED Position by experienced ste vice than ever before-our clients are
>ew Method Laundry. 4dect nographer. Legal work preferred. Can .' IHIOnE.Nice greater and they are among every class No. 37 South Palafox St.
furnish good r ereacea. Address E. L. of people in Pensacola and adjoining ter
l' :WANTED girt to help around kitchen. .3.. Box 278. 4dec2w ritory.
; Good wages to right party. Apply 613 $4500
! East Government street. ChaS. Erik.on.i W.A."ITED-Every wife in town to ask
; 4declw her husband for CHICLETS., For new 'two-story,' 8-room house with 'We Sell Quick.Give .

.i'{ :AXTED'IrsklasS Salesman to car- WANTED-To rent a show window for artistic two halls up-to-date and two home.large with galleries all modern ; an- 5-rom .and hall cot- us a trial )"Oo'wIll get results.

,) ry as aide Hne or exclusively, a> complete about thirty days. Must be on Palafox improvements, situated on car line We are especially anxious to get in a
: assortment of Stock Remedies, street. This is wanted for a nice. clean I on tage, new, nicely finished, large list 'of property as _the demand la
.t asCii and every on. guaranteed. Their I business for the holidays. Address Box high point corner overlooking of 16th avenue the bay.and at Jackson southwest greater than the supply. ........................ ........t..., ............. .
reputation.Is established In Western and ; 48. Asheville N. C. Idee I street. large front and back gallery, 4

j. Middle rood men.States.None Proposition other need will interest i WANTED-Yonag German farmer desires I closets throughout house,

j Paul.Write.Minn.Prussian Remedy o anPJrt.2T.-4 cated position.at German Thoroughly Agricultural experienced.Academy.Not Edu-. Money to loan at lowest market rate city water; lot 50 by 13734, For Sale. NEW CiTY LOTS $225 I

I Ij afraid of work. Address Max Schohr, of interest.
\ .WANTED-Every dentist In' town to try Century Fla. Ideclw on the corner, two blocks Elegant home on North Hill I. $2 C
Mortgages on real estate in this city per
j CHICLET3 for himself.VANTEDLumber I corner lot, 90x125 IS-rooms, all II
LETTERS do the trick. They are the bought and sold frqm car line, nice neighbor- modern conveniences and on

1 inspector (expert). at best trade-getters. They get to the All of the Mazent Tract west of'"C'? street car line ................10500.00 month. No interest
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llusicogee; steady job and ,good wages business'man's heart'and not the waste street now for sale. hood. Be sure and look at North Hill home,' 2-story. 8-room, !

for good man. Apply,_W. :B. Vaughn, basket. The Ma yes Printing Co. han t' ; all conveniences, on car line ..$ 8000.00
< this if
iXpt.. Muscogee. 1'la.. or S. S. I.. Co., a new process that makes typewritten you want a home, Six-room cottage, bath and gas ON E- ASY'TERM S taxes. A Free
Office Pensacola. 2dec3t letters cheaply and perfectly. Phone 181 East Jackson street south :

will bring a representative. 24 West $2,450.00J. front ....'..<...................$ 2500.00 I
WANTED-By a prominent monthly Government street. IdeeSEW'D Fisher Real Estate 5 tenement houses on West Jack- Abstract :
magazine with large, nigh-class clrcu- Agency son street renting for $25 per I +
fetion. local representative to look afterfcnewals G, WANTED-Price* reasonable. month 1 lots ..................$ 1850.00
and Increase subscription list In Mrs F. E. Perdue, 221 North Cavellos
Pensacola and vicinity oa a salary basis, St.. phone 1188.:' .idee COLLECTION OF RENTS A W. Bullock Jr. i i

tilth a continuing interest from year to ,
;, year in the business created. Experience WANTEDro RE1I.'T-A large house SPECIALTY. L S. BROWN & 00
.: a desirable, but not essentiaL Good close) in. Will lease It If terms are de I THE GREATEST BARGAIN SALE OF BUILDING ;
ppportunity for the right person. Ad- sirable. Address Mr$: A. M. Care Jour PhOj 87. 206 Palafox St. Real Estate and Mortgage' Loans
[ rtress Publisher. Box 59. Station O. New nal. 27nov Room 302 Brent Building. Thiesen Building. Phone 916. .
;York. 2dec2t* "We -Sell Lots." < > 4i
,WANTED-Some one of means who will
t A."ITED-llelper as dress maker.: Good care for and educate bright boy. 14 MONEY TO LOAN. Phone 637 LOTS OFFERED j
EVER
IN THE CITY OF PENSACOLA
wages. Apply 623 North Hayne St.. Mrs.years old. Apply Pearl Eagan.Home or i J
:Mrs. E. E. Liger. 2aec3t< Win. Fisher. President. 18nov FOR SALE.FOR .
UNLIMITED amount money to loan on .
WANTED good cook. Apply at once WANTED-Position as stenographer or all kinds personal property on abort FOR SALE.FOR .
to 7C1 North Palafox St. 2dec c ,assistant bookkeeper and general office notice. Terms easy. Get my rates before I ,SALE 1 second-hand safe 1 roll- .
work by young lady of experience. Address going elsewhere. Star Loan Co., lltu top desk and 1 dray all In good con' I have 40( lots between 9th, 10th and 11th streets and between *
WANTED good nurse. Apply to 701 B. c., Care Journal. novlglt South Palafox. 4novlm SALE-Large furniture wagon in dition.' Apply H. F. DeBroux, Warring- *
North Palafox St. 2dec good condition. Apply Fisher Real ton Fla. ZSnovlw 18th and 19th avenues; two blocks from the East Hill car line. One

YOUNG LADY stenographer wishes posi- .00 to loan on good Estate Agency. 9nov block from the bayou. I offer this property, at $225.00 fcer' lot $::k00 t
WANTED-Four boys -with wheels for tion in Pensacola or anywhere in West $5000 cola Investment Company.security. Pensa FOR SALE-House and lot at 1013 East down and the balance at $10.03 per month. I will CHARGE NO INTEREST -
FOR SALE Just
receivedfresh flashlights
SOoct .
omce work Salary Sit per month. Apply Florida or South Alabama. References. Jackson street. fl<00. Apply to G. A.
W. Care JournaL dee Address M. E. c.. Care Journal. 17nov and launch batteries. Phone Dohlatrom, 1913 East Jackson street or AND NO TAXES AND WILLTtSH AN ABSTRACT .
MONET LOANED on real estate and 345. E. W. Peaks New".. Star Laundry 818 South, Palafoz. 27novlm WITH EACH LOT FREE OF CO ST.- This Is the cheapest property 4I
WANTED-Lumber marker for export CONKEY'S, celebrated Roup Cure, Cholera personal property' on short notice. building. !I ever offered on these terms la the City of Pensacola. J
mitt: Address Home :Mill Co.. Bohemia. cure lice and mite killer as wellas Terms easy. J, W. Bullard, 28ft South
an unexcelled Phone 1144. DECORATIVE EVERGREENS W. FOR SALE CHEAP-Secondhand bug-
Fla. Ideclw Egg Producer. All Palafox St.
guaranteed, and a splendid grade of Smilax, needle pins. holly mistletoe tries and wagons. If you want a bargain JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER SAYS: I
WANTED-Men to learn barber trade. wheat that will make your fowls lay. F. window wreaths and other Christmas in a second-hand vehicle of any description *
Few weeks completes: tools given, wages, 8 Mellen & Co.. Pensacola, Fla. Phone I CAN LEND YOUR MONEY at eight decorations. Miss Annie, Jordan. 115 call or write W. E. Taylor. Chip- I 1 was recently asked By) a young man my opinion as to the f
". Saturdays shops furnished new. Great 334. 7novWANTED want per interest cent. If on you ace have me any about that It. you North Spring street. Phpne 1535. 4dec2w Icy Fla. 23novlm safest way to invest a little money. He. had a few hundred dollars T
It
demand for graduates. Write for cata will be, absolutely safe on real which, by.severe effort he had succeeded in saving out of his weekly +
logue. Mohler Barber College, New Or- -Position as saw filer or su- Leslie E. Brooks. estate FOR SALE-Good buggy with top and FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new :Uehlen
security. Phone I advised him to Invest- in house lot in suburb 4
> leans, La. Ideclw perintendent or mill foreman. by a 482. been used two months cheap. Leslie K. &. Sons' piano in handsome rosewood wages. a good some
competent man. References furnished. LOAN Brooke, 112 South Palafox. 4declw 'case. .A bargain. Piano :ran be seen close to the city. Land is always there-it cannot run away. As *

WANTED AT ONCE-Two or three Address J. Lasseter.. Andalusia. Ala. MONEY money TO from Jno., A Everybody Han & Co.borrows. by caIIng.at, the Randy Kitchen. Soct. the population' increases the land also increases in value. Yes fora +
good glaziers.: Apply in person. Saun- GoovimWANTEDAll E. Government St.. When la need 14V call FOR miles SALE from-200-arpent country short place '7 email investment there is no surer safer better investment thai T
Pensacola. mile westof
ders Mill Co.. Brent road. 28novlw
FOR SALE and Immediate "
delivery
on us.MONET one I
kinds bw bottles. I pay Olive station and postofflce, known as this.
15c C"zen. I handle all leading brandsof 7-nslIe house on old Jackson road. 30 acres automatic tandem compound center I .
wirea. beers ana whiskies, and still : LOANED on all kinds of per.; fenced and cross-fenced,with woven wire 'crank steam, engine of about ISO horse THESE LOTS ARE GOOD NOW, they are near the car line. 4-
Eonal short and two return tubular
property on notice. power boilers. 72
manufacture that Terms
BOARD AND ROOMS. medicine. Joe Roth well-established corner Tarragtna corgh easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W. Romana. fence.timber.balance Fine oaks partly cleared chestnut partly and fine inches diameter by 16 feet long. For full near the bayou: in the coming residence district of Fensacola. and :

f and Government Sts. iioct Phone 116. ifeb other trees. Stream pear.running through particulars apply Stone & Webster Eng. you cannot bny lots for CASH In this neighborhood for less money. +
1 FOR RENT-One fine double furnished also! horse ; Corporation. Box, 830. Pensacola. 14nov Ask anyone who knows the value of this and they will ten
front with board and bath. Telephone many springs on place: '' buggy, :: property
room TAILORING
L. Diamond Tailor. UNLIMITED amount of money to loanon harness, and *.
wagon farming tools 3 1- this is true.
85. on car line at 415 west Gregory Gent's clothing cleaned, pressed and repaired all kinds of personal property. Special room houses. 1 50-foot, stable with two FOR SALE-8 room house good location, you
street. 4declw on short notice. No. 11 i4 West rates to business men on large rooms; 1 25-foot barn and other out- best water in the city. A bargain. Apply f *
I believe at conservative estimate that lots will increase
Government St.. Pensacela Fla. loans. The New York Loan Ox. 204% houses.' Suitable for sanitarium, country. 9th avenue and 16th street. 13covlm a these
A PLEASANT homelike place to board : South Palafoz. (club factory brewery or stock farming. In value 40.per cent by the time they are paid for on these terms. +
on North Hill 2d door from Car line. WANTED-A. R. Bln ham '
fine wall
wants your .. FOR SALE-One Case. 25 feet
for has
Reason selling-owner no- oneto
Phone 840.i.lt moving and hauling Ho guarantees manage place. Great, bargain as investment long 8 feet high, with ribbon case 10 I :

FURNISHED ROOMS for rent! all breakage. Phone 630. FOR RENT.FOR or for one looking for good* fanningland. feet long case separate.for any kindof Will make merchandise.fine display I Real Estate and Insurance
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For particulars :address E. W. :
or without board. Table board.Phone WANTED-The Merchants Transfer Co. Pensacola. Apply toE., L. Reeae. 17 North Palafox.SOnovlm. LESLIE F BROOKS
Fla New .
gas and bath. No. 3 Palafox.27novHOOMs breakage wants your guaranteed nv!vinz: and T. B.hauling.Tho -All n. Peake.building, East Chas street. 0.Laundry. Idee i l ", : I Phone 462 112 S. Palafoz StTvfT :

Proprletft- Phone 978. RENT-Nicely furnished 8-room t .
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suitable$-Two for light furnished housekeeping.front rooms Use Al'o'TED-AU' kinds of electrical work. Oar house line.on For North particulars Hill second address door No.from 8 PANAMACANAL Journal-a magnificently-- EDTIONof illustrated The FOR machine SALE CHEAP-Large and 50 select concert disc records.A talking .ff.. .f4.ft44ff...444444444..44444444444..M...

of phone and bath. Apply 822:: East I sell all kinds of electrical batteriesand East Strong. Idac magazine containing,scores of views'of snap for lovers of music. B. E. Hawley -
and harbor. For salet all 301 West Chase. City.
Gadsden. or Phone 897. 25nov other electrical! : supplies When you the city 2dec
reed me ring :U c!' '55. E W. Peake FOR RENT-Two nice double stores book stores or at ,The. oumaIothce.. By
Star :on mail 20 cents." ; Ilsest FOR S.ALE-toooo acres round timberland FOR SALE.FOR .
New E.
Laundry Bldg. Garden.
,FURNISHED
ROOMS for rent at 212 East Intendencia street between Palaf PO
12.500 saw mill timber and saw R SALE
West Gregory street. 16novlm x and Tarragona. Inquire at the Fisher '
t : furniture' wagon hotel
WANTED-Second-hand sacks of all descriptions Real Estate 22nov FOR SALE-L&rge and milt, 3I-room at a bargain. Several SALE-Three-year- -Jersey cow
Agency.
r I wanted. If In good cenditlen Fisher Fur" good farms and town properties. _
'I I out of town harness.
FOR "T-PJea.sant furnished and heifer calf. Can be at ills E.
seen
; southern exposure, second floor. Corner room. them to us; If in town, ring us up its No nlture house,13S and-149> Ea't,Intendeo- Write Gentry & Setterllnd. Chipley, Fla. Strong street. 28novlw*
10th '.enand 12th 334, or bring them to us at corner of FOR REVT-A. R. Bingham has storage cia etreet. !noT 3sept
street East
i Hill ear hue. near I I Chase and Alcanix SIn F. S. Mellen & room for rent suitable for funJture $1500Buys
llnov' Co Zsjuiy or other goods. 134 and 10S South Tarragona FOR SALE-Half-interest ,Iri one of the FOR' SALE-Forty acres lana wen timbered -
street. Phone (39. best furniture houses in South Alabama. good 'house 1'% miles east of LOST. a six-room home on two CCTTT
'- FOR RE."T-Rooms with or without Reason for selling to devote more timeto Olive Fla. Address Jas. T. Gerelds. P. O. Iota near car line on East HilL Tn: (Is
board. Men only. Apply 17 West LaRua i } a bargain which must be sold qukldr
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other interests. Call on or address W. Box U. ;1ty. Snovlm
.: :bt.: lnovlm'i'tRN1S1ED : MISCELLANEOUS.MATTRESS ,
S. Sheppard Florala Alalino. vim I
1 COLORED LODGE.I.O.8&P.OIStL FOR.SALE; OR 'TRADE-Seven H. P. LOST-Gold-nHed watch and leather fob $1350.For
ROOM for rent. Apply 301 : AND FURNITURE-Mat- FOR SALE-111 acres'eiicellf'nt: pineapple- wood mill; complete order. Will cut with gold Initials "E. F." Liberal reward .
I TV' Chase street. Sleet I tresses made to order and also renovated and orange land on Jupiter rtver;, excellent twenty cords of-Wood per day; terms to for return .to 'Boston .Shoe- Store. five lots facing 12th avenue, New
I new ticks furnished. New and ; market; closeto: railroad; three right party, 'or :will trade for stock or 4declt City. A very pretty building site.
t-- I second-hand furniture modern or antique I Howard Council No. 1 and Bethlehem miles from ocean: some improvements: other property. Address J. A Donalson.DeFuniak -
I STRAYED. I bought and sold. Davis ManufacturIng Council No. 2, Independent Orderof healthy locality. Address J. E. Benefleld. Springs, Fla. 23nov2w LOST-AH chance for seasickness: by the $700.
Co., 114 East Belmont street. and Aycock Fla. Snov person who chews CHICLETS.
I Sons Daughters of St. Luke, ,
: FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE! -Half block
Eat
Phone 771. Gets four-room
24nov a cottage on
STRAYED horse wth' from Skinner's mill bay meets 2nd and 4th Wednesday nights FOR SALE$% .OO cash for :Remington .n New City near Bay View park; will .. Gregory. Rents for JS.00 per montt
cropped taIL
flense return to Robinson's Finder will MISS LEILA REESE has fresh cut flow of each month at their hall on Tarragona Typewriter in first-class writing order; exchange: for cottage or sell cheap if This will make a pretty little home on
: for selling 'have no use for same taken at once., Mrs. R. Owsley. 1308 E.fctrons .
30.Jle.t reason ,
Ruble.. I era on hand. Orders taken for special between Intendencia and ,Ro here. Address "B," Care, Journal 21novlm Legal Advcttisements. a good investmenbCe

.. L-------____ ___ _______ __ ___ occasions. Phone :282. ISnovlm mana streetS: D. .Howard. F. C. .H. lnovlm-

PERSONAL. WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOPWeare Rev C. H. Jones, Secy., No. 1 Frank FOR SALE-A fine tract of land near NOTICE OF SALE..

; Intendencia.now In entrance cur new also quarters.at 215 Roman 214 E.. Scott F. C. H., Stella Dawson, Secy.. FOR Pointer SALE Puppies.-Thoroughbred$10 sod, JIB.pedigreed Signed. cleared.city. Part Call phone heavily 285; timbered or address; part 1102 Please take notice that...LF.. Massa." YAEQER
master of the Italian ship "Trojan. of
No. 2 novlO-lmpd I Kennels, Bagdad;, Fla. llnovlm East Gadsden. ISnovlm
IX>CTOR-The greatest' Surgeon* m the and prepared to do everything in wagon Bagdad 1Ut 'I'? stet' tons remetaled in IMS, in
o' east are using CHICLETS. Why not and carnage building and repairing E. -- the interest of whom It may concern. on 200 Thiesen Building.
)rO\l' L. IIerIngPhone 923; City. I4oct- Wednesday the nth day of December
1 06. at 12 o'clock.: noon, In front of the 686.
Phone
I MATTRESSES OVATED-New tick WRITE YOUR WANT AD HERE.Send Mobile custom house. will sell at public
if desired.
furnished Guaranteed.
HOTELS. I Car outcry. to the highest bidder for cash
pet taken up and matting laid. Leave J
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the ship Trojan with all tacklee.appurtt'nances
spars ,
orders at Watson Parker Reese Co.s. I
LOCKHART HOTEL Lockhart, Ala., Wesley Duncan. 7sept it to The Journal office When have bank of, Mobile as she now lies on the
t new manareroMit newly renovated day or night. you nqed help anythingto west river, above One- EVENSVILLE &
:Mile: creek.
nice .rooms.fc-pecial Bath attention and to all traveling accommodations men. J.Palafox H. PORTER.street. Orders saOmaker taken 71C for South tents. sell rent, exchange wish to ,purchase anything, try a want'ad They do the G.- 1VUUCH Consular Agent of_ F, ilASSA Master.. .
Italy.
i; Special rates to weekly boarders. J. awnings camp stools and house cots -
: Rodgers Prop. 2Snov etc. Prices reasonable. 31 Jan work. Mobile Ala.. November 2&. 180$. TERRE HAUTE

: BROWN HOUSE-DeFunlaK Snrinvs.. SHIP CHANDLERS-McKlnxi* Otrttag TRADE MARK.
Good beds. atiy rooms elegant meals; & Co.. wholesale and retail ship crand i Notice as required- by, Chapter 4584. RAILROADTHE
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free bath and sample rooms. Special lets and grocers. Only first-claw douse I MAKE 'ONE Laws of Florida
WORDS LINE.
attention to traveling men. Rates $2.00 of kind In city. Fair prices to all SIX ORDINARY Notice to all whom It may concern Is
per day. J. R. Brown. Prop. hereby given, that th4 Hygela Bottling DIRECT LINE TflCHICAGO
MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP-Wil I II Works. L. G- Crosby,proprietor, of Pen-
HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open all the lie Mima. Proprietor. Furniture repairing sacola. Fla.. is the owner o{ an boxes,
year. American and Europeaa plan. of an kinds carpets laid furniture easesbottles and portable fountains,
Special summer rates. First-class In packed for shipping. Phone 63. bearing the following. marks, brands or
every respect. Pleasant and conven- Next to Tampa landtag. 22april stencils via: '
ient. Mrs. T. L. Bowen. Prop.. Pensa- All cases and.boxes having the name and all points In the
cola. Fla. ISapr H. ALFMAN-Tin, Copper: and Sheet - "Hygia Bottling Works" painted stenciled -
Iron Worker: cornice work and sky. or branded thereon. North and Northwest.
BAY HOTEL-Open night and day. European lights a specialty: rooting guttering and All Soda Water other-bottles hav
plan. Rooms light and clean. repairing. 109 East Government opera .- log the name "Hygia Bottling Works"
Transient trade solicited. 675-579 South house bunding. Phone 660. Residence I blown in the glass, and all other portable
Palafox. Jos. S. Klcolau. Prop.FOUND. phone 131C. 5 fountains having the letters "fl. B. W." Exceptionally Low Round-

or "Hygla Bottling Works" thereon..
The foregoing notice has been filed Rates to all Summer
FOR.ADOPTION. J with the clerk of the Circuit Court Es. Trip
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." cambia County, Florida, and' with the Tourist Points.
.. Secretary of State of Florida. Decetober.
; GRAY HORSE white spot in forehead FOR ADOPTION-One orphan boy, 7 ISO*. HYGIA BOTTLING WORKS

,have and same left by hind paying leg white.for this Owner ad. MYrtle can to years responsibleparties.old. Will be given. For for particulars adoption .fes-The .mte-on a. want ad' filling the above: spaceis25 cents first insertion dec4oaw By I. Q. Crosby. D. H. Hlllman S. L. Rogers,

Oro\e Poultry Farm. Myrtle Groxe. Fla.Stootlw.'*I apply Fisher.Pearl President.Earaa 'Home ,or Mrs.ISnov Wra. and :5 cents a day for each additional consecutive insertion. Send cash with the ad Subscribe for-The-Journal. Evansville.a P.& T.Ind.A. .. General Nashville AS, =Ten"'"'*


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..-.' THE.PENSACOLA. ,',JOUNAL d_ 4- ._, ':TUESDAY_ '. 'MORNING_ D EC,EM__,B_E R .4, 1908."h .
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fHoayM.buIt MARLETREPORT[ i foolish.. -followan cIt's 15HIPP.IN'C. NEWS ./- DIRECTORY ji 1



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old custom just because -- l PROFESSIONAL .t : ill
; NAVAL STORES. it r an- :
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Arrived Yesterday. V
old
Savannah. Ga.. custom. Often .
DecT: 3.-The naval the
you get Keora, Br as. Martin. '1309 Gulfport to Old

WW torea .market... .. .closed.... t .day..as...follows. .7 00: worst of it. You always do ifyou're Gary & Co. ... [ W.B. BARTON, J 'I.J J:

not all "smooth sailing" XVO .... .. ..... .? .....!.: satisfied tiaybreak. Er Low 1J04 Buenos '
.6 75 with the of ., At Law. : t.
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was sort Ayres to the W. 8. Keyser i Attorney
Co. I
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fiid "tall figuring" before ..j....j..\:...,i.!I\Ijfj\ jfj 1 s 59 whiskey that's usually handed out ] Keora. Cleared Martin Yesterday., i Office* -Fisher Budding. Palafox street I ;
jaci some K .. ..,. .. .,.'.. .. sio of the unlabeled bottle-the* kind j t wIth 300 Br tons BS.coal.VESSELS. 1309, for Genoa Will practice In all the state and United i f r.i r.
,... ... : EUtes Courts
>uld see his way clear to succeed. I .. ..... /. .... .450 I IN Twenty-ttree years' experience.
j.e c II ...................................4:0 without a name. t PORT. i -""' ; .
R .................. .... Steamcmps. : QuakerRye
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.4 00 to 4 05; MARK ROGERS :Alfred Menaele ,Ger as. I I
Vulcanite roofing F .........................r95to402&j is a fine old 1 St. Vincent to H. Baars Jorgensen.& Co. 1283. T. G. YATES M. D. t i

E .............<.'...........3 90 to 4 GO whiskey that's upset this custom I BoltenhaU. Br ss Simmons. 2337, Bre- _

:. came to the rescue I C>, .,.,;...::::::::::::::::::..::::::::::::.395 3 95 It's so good that you want more, I men.Helstogburs.to Gulf Transit Sw d'f Co.*, SchrieL) 142:!:!!., i Optician. 1j ; 1' t

jack 'Spirits Turpentine .6$H cents. ,and you're call for Haelva BM 1 t. t'
JflS as it always does when sure to it' again. I i Hornbnre.to Hyer Ger >s.' 306 Thiesen Building. j f :
ss Matthlesen. 1488.
I its merits are known, Pensacola Cotton Market. It:5: flavor is enticing; it lingers ; Rotterdam to the W. S. Keyser Co. Twenty years' experience as an Ey i. : : k
The following Pensacola cotton quota with you. } Ida. Span ss. Arano %160. Liverpool to i I 'SpeclaI iat. Examination f..... .\ ; F J
z.. so, of course, Jack's tions are furnished by S. P. O'Conor & Gulf Transit Co. ... ". .t"' ,

. :: house was a success. Co.. F. O.* B. cotton brokers Pensacola ; Ask for MARK ROGERS- 'Cayo Largo. Br 8.' Davey, 2223, Tarn- ,LcnTr66Toirnmcd1ToTOt: .
Florida "
: pico to Gulf Transit Co.
Yours will be,too,if Good middling ..................- ....104 -. I look at the bottle and Lord Stanley. Br ss: Cunningham 3056. L. C. PHILLIPS, Ph. M. J ; i
Strict middling ......................10% see that it.! St.. Vincent to Gulf Transit Co. :
you use Vulcanite, Middling .............................1014 --- you get Ships. Mellow with : Homeopathic. 111 1 1 t \1
the cheapest good Strict low middling ................. 9% It's a. good thing to AvanU. Nor ship, Anderson. ..1848. Lon years. 1- t.
Low middling ........................ 9'* get acquainted With don to order. :I; PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. I t; (. J.
roofing ever made. .1 Ferreira Port ship Barros (06 Lisbon Smooth rich and I Office and Residence 12 N. Palafox. -t. j t 'I

For sale righjt herein ADD MARKETS. ft Take a bottle home 1. master. pure, delight. i Sto11sL.m-lto5p.m.. j ,
Cotton Futures. I \ with Harbinger. Rus ship 1399 Algoa Bay _ Phone 65 ; i t I
b town now by New Tark Nov. 3.-Cotton future you. to master. l I
opened easy. December 1011. January C y At ill good places Insrld Nor ship, DanneU. 160 Antwerp .. fully stimulating. 90000000000010010000000000. I

A. M. Avery Hardware Co. 11.18 February 10.25\ bid. March 10.3T, but to McK.. Oertlng & Co. (I Frederick Ausfeld. F. M. Blount. .. :! j' ij(1
April ie.41 bid. :May 10.51. July 10.59. 'U you must call for it. ..Lena Ital ship Tassara, 1581. London !

.- to.. order. AUSFIELD & BLOUNT -:: ;I IArchitects U '
Stocks and Bonds. Barks. Time and spent to ; I'
Afredo, Uruguayan bk. Maragas, "3S7. money 't t
New York. Dec.The opening quota i ? BLtn3JEJJTHAt; BICKAKT .1 ,
tions for stocks showed a higher r ethan es Montevideo to H. H.. Thornton. 312-314 Brent Bid;.. 43 MOMS Blda, ."" j l J. 1
"AlfhUd. Swed bk, Svensen. 133:!. ; .L'
EM1LLAN BROS.CO I on Saturday and dealings were I Wn to master. Dur make you want it again if you Pensacola Fla. Montgomery AlA ..J J 1i
active. Low priced stocks were conspicuous ; "B & B" _
:Andrea. Nor bk. Quale, 114, Durban i
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In the strength of the market. but ;
r.._AcuRefts there were eharp advances also in a number ,master. order WM. -A. BORMANS, : F j ;
C. B. Whidden. Br bk, Morrison,
ESTILLsTU1ptft of high-priced railroads. Canadian : 'THE CUAT BIG HOUSS" 549. -.
Pacific: advanced 2%. Great Northern preferred -' Las Palmas to Southern. States Lumber Arc itectandSuperii1tendentt': : i ; t q.

.1%. Virginia Iron :2!%. Hocking : ATLANTA Co. -v,--r Office-305 Brent Building, l: ; I (
\ 'p ;frE Coal IVi. and Railway Steel Spring and : Campbell 1\or' bk. Ilaucken, lion Phone Phone 823. Penucc Fla. I Is2:9
Guaranteed under the National once.e4. > t r i
Wisconsin Central a point. The principal -I PureFoorf Stavanger to )leI{ Oertlng & Co. 1 404-408 r i
fractional gains were In Union Pa. and Drugs Act. Charles Racine Nor bk, Waage. 1526 <<
([' iflc Chesapeake and Ohio. Ontario and I Genoa ,to master. "', 1[ J : : .: :r : i '

Western. Big Four. Hide and Leather Chacma. Nor bk.. Jorgensen- 537. 1: i'. f
Fleetwood! orfler.t
preferred Oil and International Paper. Cot- .- A Satire Hereford. Nor bk" Jensen, 1380. Rosarioto PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 3. r-.i! t i-n
ton preferred sold at a decline of 4, African Food.
order. Pensacola Lodge. No. J, K. of P. ;: .' : : .j
and Northern Pacific receded one-half. The native food of the Mahtnda country ;Heimdal Nor bk. Hensen.: 1334, HuD meet every Monday evening at 7:39 j--.' } "i

In southern Africa comprises manioc to order. Coronet Old Tom 'anc) Dry Gin o'clock mt their temporary Castle Hall .I'.. ,' ,r I ..
Real Estate Transfers. Humberto. SpaJi."b 1111.: Battle Havana over Pou's stable, West Intendencla St. .. < ; i
: and that alone. It is a plant particularly to order. .- Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. I, ; -
11 _. Following 'la a list,of the real estatetransfers adapted to wet, marshy soil Ingebfor*, Nor bl ; Rid,'1250. East London B. H. DENNARD C. aIL .::' t'. h U
re rded Saturday, furnished by ,
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to order IIORSLER. K. of R. & S. :: ': :! : U I
the Pensacola Abstract Co.: says the author of "In Remotest Ba- Isabel Browne. Rus bk. Llndqulst 1231. .-
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DEEDS. rotseland.." It takes two years to arriveat Hull to master DAUOHTERSOFREBECCA. ,i,;.. t 1. ; tt
December 1, 1906. Kink Oscar IL Nor bk, Johnson 15%, Naomi Ledge No. 10. Daughters of .,-: 1 : f''
Pensacola Development & Con Co. to maturity aM while growing requires Rosario A. Zelius. Rebecca meets every Monday night at s' ", :
The Escambia Samr- Pouncey-Lot IS,"' block 16%. Beach very little attention.- The root Lllla Nor bk Aanonsen. 1030. Santos ,i. o'clock In L 0. 0. F. halL Visiting ',"6: I Ii
Haven Tract-$3500.: to order. sisters cordially Invited to be present: ';, 1 I ::
C. A. D'Alemberte to Benj. Mason when full grown is about the size and Lluls Uruguayan bk, Lopez, 700 Havana Prevent Slamming Doors MRS :J. T PULLIAM. N. O. '1 L : d :'
Lots 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. IX 13,- 14 find 15. has very much the appearance of a to order. MRS. HATTIE SEVILLE. Sec. rI.I.r I. i
In block 24!. New City,Tract-JaOO.W. and. German Lysglmt. Nor blt.tll.ftsen. 1J32 Swakop- t' 1t.I'
at it
times
although
other valuable considerations.' sausage, RATHBONE LODGE NO. 30.
mund to JIcK. Owning & Co.- } I
W. L. Hahn to Jno. 1. ''IoChdre-Lot groves 'much- larger. ,One shrub has: Maria Ger bk.- French 1922, Kings Rathbone Lodg No. J9, KnIghts t>tPythias ,..
Oyster Depothas 13.block 106 New City Tract-J1700.00. several roots and the extraction of two Lynn to master. . Nothing" quite so irritat ng and rasping on the nerves meets every Thursday night at t.f I: i iI 4 t
Carrie R. Perrong to Mrs Abbie DJrnnette I Marina Madre," =Ital bk, SImon.tta, Castle HalL Members of sister lodges t
-Lot 8 block 6 of East King- or three in no way Impairs the growth .1468.!! Genoa ,to order. as a slamming\ door. We have a good pneumaticdoor and visiting brethren cordially Invited : t-.t 11" I i
Tract Also n6rth SO feet of lot 1. block of the remainder. When newly dug it Mecca, Nor bk Eliefsen. 885 Hamburg I to attend. J. M ROPER C. c. L I I
6 East King Tract, Sec 19..Tp Z.S, Jl 30W$3500.O0. to A. Zelius. check for $1.25.Saunders. C.-.!. LEVEY. K R. & S. ,;": I ..
tastes like a chestnut, and the digestion 1'f.' 'Of
1 Negpore. Nor bk. Ojerdsen. 1128, East 'i 1 I
just received 100 barrels J.:S. Jennings to.:Mrs. Pearle'Wilder of the proverbial ostrich can alone. assimilate London to A. Zelius.Olivarl. I M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first and i' :.. .I. J.
Beginning at a point on the east side of Ital bk, Costa Genoa to or- third Wednesday evenings at 7:J9 p. nu. .1 .
Apalachicola oysters. Will the L. & N. railroad tracks. Ell feet 6 It.'raw. but when soaked in der. Mill Kaffurd Hall. No. 10. West Intendencla ,\ ... ; I

Bell for the next three daysit inches southeast at right angles to the water for a few days until partly decomPosed. Ophelia, Nor bk. Larason, 1127.: Bahia Company, street.L. SWEENEY.A.Secy.O. FELL Pre e t '
north line of lot 7. In the M. Gonzalez Blanca to Gulf Transit Co.Palla.s. J. 1 I :
dried onthe roofs of the Phone 71 7. 21 Cant Canto .t..f. C
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45c hundred. Grant sections! and '14. Tp 1 N. R 30 Nor bk. Johnson 1219, Fly- ,
PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 4 I. O. 0. F. .4 "J
per t
huts and it.forms
stamped: a delight mouth. to A. Zelius. ,
and 31 west; thence running southeast ,
Pensacola Lodge. No. 4, L O. 0. F.. r
along the east side of.the L. & N. railroad fully white soft meal, far whiter and Robert Scrafton -Nor bk. Uorthenaen, meets every Thursday evening at 7.39 .jl' p .
tracks. to the north. lin of of 6S4, Barbadoes to McKenzie Oerting- & .. 'I..
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$ property <
hall Belmont and
the on Baylea
than the best flour.: Then it is at new \ I Ii
C. TABARRAS the L. & N. railroad Co.: thence running purer Co. streets. Visiting brethren cordially In. .J .I I >..
along northeast'line"of* said property of beaten into 'thick paste' and eaten Superb Nor bit Dlich. 1934<<, Antwerp i vitedB.. R. WITKOVSKT. N. O. ;
said L. & N. railroad company, wb re the 'ota to A. Zelius & Co. A. KERLE. Secretary i '
with a little flavoring composed
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north line of the property of C. II. and Uniac. Port bk. Cachln, 891, Rio Ja- t
BAYLEN[ & INTENDENCIA STS. Anna F. Jackson Intersects. having a. locust or a caterpillar! which the natives niero. ,to master.Seio5ners.! ,- w-o.w '- 't

width at this point of 240 feet; thence eeek }In decayed. trees:., Another .- LIve. Oak Camp No.1. W. O. W- :, f- 'I
running In a northeastTltreotion along the Clara E.; Randefl! Xm ch. 16!. Catbar- Successful Business Men meets in Pythian hall the tat and 3rd ..'. )
PHONE 1210 north line Lof said-Jackson- property to way: of eating' this native luxury: 'is by len, Cuba, to J. A. Merritt Co. Wedneedays in each month. Visiting -..j

the east line of.eald JU.' Gonzalez Grant.. bating'the roots after soaking them .Ports. Am \th..; 7astman, 319., Havana. wvereipa cordlPliIflYitd.. iw '1 ';
thence running northwest along said to J. A. Merritt& Co.: F. A. BOGmcu. c. c. ;
and it would banana.
grant line 240 feet, thence southwest eating as you Donna'ChrliUna/'Am'sen, McLeod 165. LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk. .
parallel to the: north line of lot 7 to point Belize to master. '

of beginning. ., -. AbgkqjjjJ, George Eliot'*.,Savonarola.. Domira. Br sen. ,.Reddie, %001. St. Lucie Take : The celebrated Frencn drip coffee 1 1"j 4 :
of beginning $ .00 and Other considera to mister. vFreddie Advantage '
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NOTICEEffective : Savonarola Jackson Square. No premiums. Sold i r :
tions.. IDecember- is one.of the most striking Heucken. Am sen, Bryant: 475.
3, 1906. '. characters In George Eliot great Havana t6 master. strictly on Ita merits. Ask for it at .i t'

D. W. McMillan to .1: W. Bullock. Jr. Barkentlne your grocers. ..
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and Leslie B. Brooks-All blocks 1S4 and historical novel "Romola. the scene of Beatrice. Ital bfefo..:Marrheq, Savona to C : : ):

167 New City Tra valuable considerations. that of Savonarola's career. The Idea Thyra Dan bktn,. Rasmanscn. 260,, Bar ., ."o : doing I Joppa Lodge No. c, L O O. F.. meets '! ;
Pensacola Development and Cons.. Co.. badoes to order...: the First National. The of bills !every Tuesday evening at 7.30 o'clock at 'f"I
Sunday to W. C. LeGallais-Lot 11. block 103,1 of :writing the book occurred to the : payment i Rafford Hall. Corner Baylen and Belmont <" I

:Beach Haven Tract-$35.00. novelist while.on-a. visit to :Florence, Are you fondof good coffee? Try ''transfer of etc can be ,quickly made i Sta. Visiting brethren cordially invited. .,i I II
? coM! > and on Co. to Miss; Jackson Square..the celebrated French money, ; c. L. SMITH N. Q. :'
Georgia al -Lot 2, block 138, and on .a second visit to the city in .
C. L. WILKINS. Secretary.LANARK e
Beach Tract-435.00.' r', ;; 1861 she began to cm-/Dut/ her proj-, drip coffee. Leading f rocers'have'it. when -deposits are made here, and 'a check I if'
December 2nd 1906 1..2. and 4 pound air tight tins... '
'On instead of
Tw. La41. ect. The subject and design were for ..dtawn us payment in .cash-r it q

eign to the author's genius but ebe We furnish check books
neat pocket
At one time when De Qulncey was i POWER .PERFUMES.; or
spared pains In making .thorough! i
Leaving time of living at Lasswade in simple and : study of no the locality; the people and 1, .'a.De desk size and will be pleased to have your '
TarloaaiSeelib
friendly relations,with the:people,.who Way Act -a the On the Gulf of Mexico. I
the literature of the Italian renaissance Nerve. asd Brat. .deposit no matter how small .
respected him not as a -writer. but as : IL ,

LJN. a good neighbor, he formed a very delightful I for the purposes of% her story,. Nearly all perfumes have antiseptic f' ." Hunting and fishing- season now on. '

friendship with littla Child : In her,own words the work "plowedInto qualities and are valuable in keeping Oyster beds within ea.reach.. ., 'f- i

her"'more than any of her: books... infection.. r.J
a boy of four years. This lad, a J away J Offer exceptional advantages as a \
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She began it, she says, as a""oUIlg'w9" The perfumes which are the most ,
I place to spend partofth. winter months. '
nephew of of the housemaids .
one was .
man and finished it as an old woman agreeable the/ease '
are not always
the of the ( FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ronstut'companIon great .
Train No. 4
and would forsake Her picture of Florence and Savonarola the most helpful/to.: the nerves. Am- LANARK INN. .., j; ;.
man amuse.meut It
any : is .undeniably impressive, and berjrls, for instance: is poeltirely offensive Under new management. modern and 4 f
for the pleasure of walking well kept; will afford special attention to !' ;
some critics declare i "Romola".t<. be OF PENSACOLA, FLA.
to 'yet it Is said to C .
many possess hunting and fishing parties.. c .
will be 12:10 round a dull little gardea with him. .
: p. m. George Eliot's greatest novel' and the a wonderful power of clearing the I
One day somebody heard this conversation of' State. Reached by the Georgia. Florida AAlabama 4 : ; :
character of Savonarola one: the brain and driving tbe blues. On'the Designated. Depositary of the United i I
between the two comrades: I finest delineations. Pearson's away' __ __ ______ __ __ ______ I Railway. Convenient schedules. :;, ,I' I
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instead of! 11:55: a. m. "What ,d'ye call tholtreeT'. asked : other hanJ, attar of roses, with the Tourist rates now In effect.or ':! (

suggestion of glowing suns and gore W. H. Knowles: President W. K. Hyer, Jr.. Vice-President and Cainler.Thofc ; '"
the child. hotel accommodations write LAN.
A KU Tlaat'Bro.... DeAtk.Courtship .
W. Brent Ass't Cashier. W. N. Roberts Aeat Cashier. '
peous eastern colors predisposes to ARK INN Lanark, Fla.
De Quincey considered and then in Spain' is regulated 'by tears. Director -F.Brent. W. A. mount W. H. Knowles. W. K. Hyer. Jr.. :\ .\ -

said, with careful deliberation "1 am the strictest etiquette.., As is well. D. Q. Brent. For schedules railroad rates. etc., write -. !
Florida and Alabama' A faint odor musk acts as 'a tonic, .... H. McWILLIAMS 'j- 1
not dear, but I think It known .
sure my maybe : a young man Is never left Gen. Pass. Rgent. ,
for which the best antidote is the odor i__
a lanrustlnus." alone with his fiancee. Near Malaga Balnbridge, Ga. i
LAND COMPANYManufacturers of sandalwood. ,The fragrance of citron t ,
The child Interrupted him with some, a beautiful young girl of twenty committed ,
is to folk
soothing
as nervous as
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ol scorn: "laurnstlnus, !, Lad. d'ye no suicide by drinking a cup of the sound of faroff mcsic. C.W.UMAR.PrMitfent JOHN FEIFFER, AttJlUM. CssMtt" Pensacola St. Andrews and h 4

ken a rhododendron coffee in which phosphorus had .been IJ.E.CUKILVIc..Pesident aid Cashier. J.,W. ANDREW At I.U>( CwUu!! -
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and Dealers in The scent of orange flowers is so depressing Gulf Steamship Co. J .
At that time the "lad" must have dissolved. It appears that the girl had I
LUMBER SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES to the action of the heart thatit STEAMER TARPON. ,
.been about serenty years old. been driven to the deed by the adverse W. O BARROW, -"" I -
AND KILN DRIED SAP.. is not safe for any one with diseaseof THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Matter
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comments 'of neighbors who became FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER AND '
that organ ito, Inhale It for any FREIGHT SERVICE. : -
Hade Gorilla that she had ,
HICKS'CAPUDINE King- aware given her sweet -Setwe.Q- '
length of time.
The craze among society womf'n'fo heart a kiss.-London Mail' Reviving perfumescome GF I'lIfSAC01A. Ft* PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHICO-( .}
I from herbaceous plants largely CA. CARRABEU.C.: ST. AN. ,
(. queer pets Is an old.story.- It usually I -- from the odors of mignonette rosemary Opera House Building. DREWS. MILIVJLLE. ; i

% I.Dtm.1cuRutIkJ ends through being carried too far. And all points on St. Andrews Bay Car- .. : -
and lavender and soothe the rabelle and Apalachicola. I -
DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. .
HEADACHEStrtasdpCOIDS There Is the case of Andromeda for In- I I nerves. _DESIGNATED. SCHEDULE. 'j (

stance, and there la that other affair of leaves Penucoia Sunday. 8.30 p. m.. '"
The perfumes of lilies Jasmine and CAPITAL STOCK, $2 J2W,0H( ) SURPLUS W.003. for Mobile. Ala. t
the decadent Roman emperor's daughter. Leave Pensacola. Tuesday 1.19 .
A BILIOUS SPELLcan p. m. '
1.6t. acacia are pleasant and soothing to a .
S2HelU'S DIRECTORS. for St. Andrew MlUrllle. _
who bad a pet gorilla, procured for ApaUeucola.: r '
Trw '
1icIIt.t Jth 3m
healthy sense, though delicate nerves Carrabelle and Intermediate point 't :
her at great cost by an Arabian trader F.C. For additional Information aoplr to ,
Frank Brawnet
be very quickly overcomd ifyou cannot enjoy them even in their garden Henry L. Covlngton, ReHly ... R. SAU DER&. ;
who supplied strange beasts for the will only! resort to the Bitters at the freshness. Brought closer In clusters I J. fil. Pfelffer, W. S, Rosasco C. W. Lamar E .R. COBB. President r ., -

amphitheater. One day the Praetorian first symptom. Your lIver. needs the Bryan Duowody T. F. McGourln, J. R. Saunders, General Frt and Pass. AgL Pin -. I -

guard arose and murdered the caesar. assistance that only this medicinecan of blossom, their odor is narcotic and A. M- Avery,, W. H. MIlton, 0. E. ftC.unI, sacola. Fia. ;

YOUR GROCER HAS IT The gorilla, who happened to be present give. Be sure to try it at once.Hostetter's depressing, so that persona grow faintat W. L. Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, Mckenzie Oerting

strangled the ringleader, who was ,the smell of them and may be put Ales JHcG.wln, C. M- Co\'I Qton. d. E. Clark l'

Ask him to send intq heavy slumber as if drugged by K.rrl.ar. Lottery.
:you
to have assumed the Imperial purple 't ,lately depsit texts for nut at $SUo, IUD ted $asa the yes?. thrill zpartoesthi
in the Rumal la
their odor.-London Express.SIMFLELJDICINE5.. Every year country
its bare hands. This so
himself with
ccnoecUoa for the convenience.( cusUmen.
delighted the Praetorians that they Stomach Bitters India, about October a marriage )ot>>

"JacksonSquare" unanimously elected the gorilla whom J F'our'ercent interest Paid on Time Deposits. tery Is beld. The names of all the mar -

took for barbarian from,North has a 53 years' record back of it and riageable girls and of the young then I .-
they a
I to the vacant throne. On the beside stimulating the liver also Remedies That :Mar B. Found IB 5&.1 of the circle who want ta get married .t
Britain ..
cures' Poor Appetite, Belching, Sick tnre'a Drug Stores. are written on slips of paper and !
mistake being explained by a zoologically i j i I Headache, Sleeplssness, Indigestion, ,
.
If thrown into separate earthen: pots.
chemists and druggists disappeared
minded patrician the dives caesar Dyspepsia, Chills, Colds, or Female THE CITIZENS TIONAL"BANK
had to be killed and another one chosen. Ills. from the face of the earth humanity From these they are drawn against :

.-London' News. could still worry along with the simple PENSACOLA one another by the local WM tnaa. '.

Blend. remedies which nature yields, prtctlcally This simply determines the fact that :;
Java
( ) CU aabler'seaasee.. ready made.." There is nothingto A General. Banking Business Conducted on a Safe and Conservative the Rumai girl has come out. and, is f :

A Chinese cse cook named Chin Kan had beat rhubarb Juice as"a cure for Basts. ready to be married. and the youthj! ,

COFFEE been engaged by a wealthy Chinese In I THE SMILE OFSATISFACTION gout or rheumatism All except kinds water of from Correspondence SolIcIted---R. ,M. Bushnell. Cashier.. whose thereby name obtains is a drawn letter against of lutrodce0 hers ,I'I; 0\.
medicinal springs. scurry
Ho In street In Canton. All the moneyhe j
tion with authority to make lore immediately I. 'f
yield to the juce
and blood poisoning
earned Had been lost In gambling.
This Coffee Blended: to
with what ardor and sncctsf
'I t
of limes which are the
of lemons or
On one occasion his master paId him
Suit You.If some money.for the provisions hesup: Is visible oa the face of everyman greatest blood purifiers. existence. J. .S. IU: s&F.. :M. CART. J. VT. DORR. w. R. QU1NA, he Is capable of. 't..-
.
Cashier. A i t
Vice-FresUent. &nt-chUr.
I President
it does not please you, return piled. The cook. lost:all the money at wearing shirts collar. or Even doctors acknowledge that natural L 2''l'

it to your grocer. Your one stake. Finding :that his debts 1 cuffs laundered here. fresh cream from cows' milk can THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA' : !-i
,
refunded. can : points to cod liver oil and similar CAPITAL 100000. SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $25,000. aaIag a MemWr '
money Every on.the give .
were accumulating day by day,
fl
-.DIRECTORS It is an ancient belief that a mans
guaranteed by us. twenty-fourth day he, went Into the j Perfect Laundry WorkIn nasty liquids in treating consumption. J. J. HOOTON RM.. CART. L. J, REEVES, has "
mysterious
some sympathy
kitchen and chopped off the forefinger, Common mustard used as a plaster or Wl AYD'ALEMBERTE. J. S. REESE W. DeCo KESSLER name ..
detail and it's Business Transacted and Accounts Solicit; Ships' Disbursements with his nature, whence arise neb '
the
every details is the best cure for a cold on A General Banking ,
asV poultice '
Coffee Co. of his left hand self .
Importers punishmentand
j that count. given Special 'Attention.R stories as that of numpelstUt lD". -
and the white of an with .
the chest egg '
warning order tb relinquish this I :
... whose power over a human being vaaisbes :
Limited. evil habit of gambling In the future. sugar is the finest medicine for hoarse.ness.
the moment that his name is pronounced I
The Star To cure a burn an application of
He became unconscious through the Steam
aloud. It has been
New Orleans, La. pain but Vas brought round again In the white skin that lines the shell of ,'It. CART; PresiderL JNO. B. 14ASSET, S cretarr. suggested r, -
with MUM show of reason that the \.
a few minutes.-Singapore Times. Laundry an egg is unbeatable, while the raw .
C yolk is a capital tonic. In fact far- OA.R.-V dwMIeseI. OC>. modern practice of "naming" a refractory r

The CREW NOTICE.Ntltbw full of herbs of member of ,the British house of ;:f '- '
roadsides
Lewis Bear Co. I dens and are le and Retail Dealer. In Steam I
the Captain. Owners. 37 E. Garden St. Phone 114 ; which the juice or leaves affsrd remedies DomestIc''Anthracite and Blacksmith commons Is merely a survival of this 1
COAL. -
nrConsIgnee3of the British Office: 43 8.Palafex fit. Telephone 93. .. belief, which the Norsemta bros4 :
for almost disease
a steamship Daybreak will be or palliatives every .
Pensacola .
Fla.DISTRIBUTERS. Verdi Center _T rr Bona and GonzaezStreetL : ,
responsible for debts'con- I Pensacola. Fla. I to which humanity 1* heir.-Nsir Yard phones 6 and 372. IntoEngIsid.. ,.
tracted .by the crew of said ... -
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PAGE EIGHT. THE! PENSACOLA_ ,JOURNAL TUESDAY, MORNING, ,' DECEMBER_ '4,1906. i

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:: t ''SAfETY8nAR A HATTER OF. HEALTHAbsolutely SHEEP INUU TRY BOOKS


WE STAKE '
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i IN REGUlAR 'f FOR THE-GUlf


*1 got out of the habit of reading


OUR REPUTATION SESSION T. 'GOASTSuccessful years less Do satisfaction you ago.not" spend than more you money dd when and boob toy bet


had the book-reading habit!
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-. ."; ..t. .. In reading good books you are COlI-

Several Matters of Impor- .'Sheep: Man Says tinning yourself.If your. education beside entertaji.ing : .

J'on : ',
; '
'lhat'$ the sort of confidence tance Was Transacted .;; This Country' Admir- you buy your books, you &ealnP1\!!
.
> : another good object: You entertain hf
t. we have in them. They.THIS Last Night. ;' ,, ,.r. ably.Adapted to It. I educate your family.I .

are strictly! fir tclass.in T- "'_ I ..-> ':. G i' have over 4.))00 books covering the
YEAR'S -5 ; full range of English literature from
make, linings and fabricworsteds f The Board' of Public Safety held AKfN '. Samuel Archer, of Stat svllle. N. Mother Gooee (in wash goods) to the

cassimeres its regular meeting in the city clerk's, c., one of the most successful sheep works of Goethe with sidesteps, into wit,
serges, office last night with Chairman Ingra- in that section of the country humor and pathos by the best author
men
l ham, Mayor Bliss and Messrs. Mc- of thisand, other days.
cheviots and neat in : morning
patterns In yesterday
Pensacola
$15and$18Suits was, ..
Gaughey and Oliver present. :* i POWDER
Bindings: Paper cloth leather
fancies, plain blacks and The minutes of the last regular and In the, afternoon he went out to bossed padded leather suitable for and gin.;-n..
meeting and of the special meetings look over the Southern States Lumber -
were read and. after being corrected PureA Co's stock'farm west of Musco-
blues.We approved. '
gee. *
I want you to see our .Marshal Frank preferred chargesof Cream of Tartar Powder Mr. Archer has Just purchased a

dollar shirts. driver Insubordination William Maloney.against The defendant patrol- free from alum- or phos- 72.acre'tract() of ]land, with 1,000 of HARRY T. HOWLa Np,

was brought before the board phatic acid sheep about eight miles northeast Manager. De Luna Book
locate Store
to ,
BUY CHRISTMAS GIFTS HERE and after pleading guilty made a Florala, and he expects
extend
statement calming that he had been there though he will probably. De Luna.'St. Phone
HASKO SUBSTITUTE the sheep industry to other parts of
unjustly treated in the department.The .
South Alabama and West Florida.In U9l"I
board
went into executive ses-
sion and voted to reprimand the officer speaking Jo Journal represen-
THE JOHN WHITE STORE and suspend him for twenty-fonr tative yesterday, Mr. Archer said
hours. that he had been in the Gulf coast KNOWLES BROS.Insurance. .

During the discussion of this case country for the past:seven weeks in-

Specla'isis! in Men's* s;*> boys' W"tir it was brought out that 'the night vestigating conditions:here with a .
patrol driver had the hardest workto IATHlETICS AND 0 0i JOURNAl'S CAll view to establishing. his sheep Indus- FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT, MARINE

Phone 225 205-207 S. PAL4FOX a month do and while received the day only driver forty received dollars try:Mr.in: Archer this section.says that. after lookingover general Agents of

sixty dollars. Marshal Frank was the country, he 'Is more than The Equitable
called in and stated that this was pleased with it and that he is 'LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
the case and said he thought some PIN 5'ACOlA5TO thoroughly convinced that it is ad- YORK. OF NEW

.*. *.+++.++...M..tMfMf......+..................... and chang that; should the drivers be made should'in the be salaries madeto i FOR II DEPOT mirably does adapted not mean to simply sheep the husbandry.This common. 1 309 South Falafos Street.

n shift in their work as the patrolmen sheep said )JJr. Archer-hut the blooded -
do._ The board decided to con- animals 'as well especially the i t Just Received
A SURE CURE FOR COLD I Ii IiI sult the city attorney and see if they MEET Moreno sheep-with heavy: fle
-had.the power to reduce,the sa'LvYot APPROVED thinks,:in fact that if tne South will Fish frill Pickles Pigs ,Feet.Sauer Spanish Kraut. Hark Onions Tl, Pilot Cod
into the sheep raising industry
one tEn' dollars and, raise the- salarY go Bread. French J avy Bread. EierytMcz
-t
of the other a like amount.so both can make the latter ,second, only in' fresh and new.
I ROOMSPut of the drivers would receive the same importance to:cotton. :. Witch Hazel, $1.00 per gallon
Game
For Christmas :
i pay, Arranged ; The Business Men Protest Mr: Archer says that he has been Marine Grocery Company.
Several resignations from the fire Between These'Two raising sheep 'nearly'all of his life.I V. J. VlOAL. Mana u.
He of the men who helped
: and 'police departments was one
a gas neater in them-$1.50, $3.25 or $10. and accepted as well were as several revceived Strong Teams. Against Injury to City .demonstrate ,that the"industry would

: Turn! a valve, scratch a match 'and the fire's made. applications for positions in pay in the west, from Kansas south ORDER YOUR
e r L. & N's PoorFacilities. through Texas, and he has for
these departments.The I by years
: lust the thing for hall, bath room, dining room or case of Officer Neel was called A game of football'In which much made! a success of it ,in North Caro- Fruit Cake and Pound Cakefrom
.1 interest is already being shown has
: bedroom. and on the defendant stating that he been i IIn. :!.
: was unable to have his witnesses arranged between the Athleticand If what Mr. Archer says is true

present at the meeting last night the Pensacola, two-strong elevens of, The Journal's editorial of Sunday the Gulf Coast country has a remark- CHRIS PFEIFFER.
: the city, to take place Christmas at able undeveloped resource in thisgreat
i board postponed the trial to some Palmetto Beach and as much greater I. morning calling atention to the need sheep business.. Major Van On East Hill.
[date In the future .to be set by the: "
i Pensacola Gas Company chairman. i Interest is now being manifested ,In of a depot Flomaton, was the suo- Kirk, who was In company with Mr.
: The chief of police reported $2258 the game than ever, before known it Ject of a great deal of favorable comment Archer yesterday, says that if this Fruit Cake 30 cents per pound.

i Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. f assessed as fines: $1,425.00, of which is anticipated that an immense crowd I by, business men all over the part of the country will just raise 1C! Pound Cake 30 Cents per pound. .

H..NN.NNN....................t...NNNN.. was collected. The number of arrests will Both be teams present to heavier see the contest I city and, In fact by everyone who sheep for every cur dog that now I
NN are and contain travels what harm is at large It will constitute
for November was 498 of which or who realizes roams a I
.----,- number 239 were whites. There were' stronger players than any of 'the' being,'done to Pensacola by this lack 16 to 1 cure that will be worth more GULF CITY! COFFEE CO.
2,212 meals served to prisoners daring -'I teams seen on the gridiron here this of proper accommodations on the than the other remedies that have;'i ,
REV. J. S. ALLEY OflC"IPLEY | the month which cost six and season and the managers are .!both part ,of, the company. Said one business ever been proposed. H. P. CHIPMAN, Manager.
Coal and Wood two-thirds cents a meal. confident of victory. All of the men man yesterday: I .. Roasters. Slenders and Shippers of!
I composing the teams have had con No Opium I in Chamberlain's Cough
The board decided to purchase two "If\It were simply a matter of in
IS DEAD horses for the police and two for the siderable experience in the frame, and j I convenience or discomfort on the part Remedy. Fine Coffees
We deliver Ice Coal Charcoal and fire department, said horses not to last night witnessed -their first prac1tlce of Pensacola people who have to pass There is not the least danger in giving
Rood anywhere In the city. We can in getting into condition and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to OUR COFFEES
cost over one thousand dollars for the through Flomaton it would be bad ARE SOLD BY ALL
'
supply you In any quantity and our from now until the day of the game enough,' but it is more than that-It small children as it contains no opium I GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL
service Is always prompt. WELL KNOWN GENTLEMAN EXPIRED four.Chairman Ingraham reported that there will be hard practice and it Is 'Is a matter of grave danger to the or other harmful drug. It has an established
Steam and Domestic Coal. expected that both teams will be in reputation of more than
the opera house management had health of many people who have to
Wood Cut Any Size. SUDDENLY OF failed to comply with the requIre- good shane The plajqra of the two wait there'in bad weather an'l it is thirty years as the most successful I 1
ments of the board In providing. fire teams will be as follows; I altogether a serious and standing inJury medicine in use for colds croup and I ReasonsWhy
E. G. SEWALL, HEART FAILURE. escapes fire curtain etc., at,the opera Pens&oola-1tI. Broughton L. E.: A.Zelius. to the business interests of Pen- whooping cough. It always cures and I
house and the board, on motion In- Jr., manager and L. T.; Cbil- sacola., is pleasant to take. Children like ill I
Phcnes 614363. 26 N. Tarragona St. structed the recorder to collect the dersen, L. G.: Mallory:, R. G.; Langford ;- That seems to be the general sen- Sold by all druggists.K. 7'

Chipley Dec. .-The communitywas fine suspended at once unless the C.; Welles R. T.;, B. Blount, Rj timent and some loud protests over "}
shocked Saturday morning whenit opera house management gave hima E.; H. Lurton Q. 'B.; F. Blount. 1,. this treatment are now being made. OF P. ENDOWMENT "!"f !JlAlfJ"
OPERA HOUSE was learned that Rev. J. S. Alley, definite promise that these Im H. B.; George Brent,,.R. H... B.: P. ,At the ;coming meeting of the You can read a man's
RANK MEETINGA
postmaster at this place was ,dead. provements would be made without Quina F. B.; Green and, Sweeney, Chamber 6f Commerce President
Mr. Alley came down to the office further delay. substitutes. The colors of the elevenare Mayes announces that the matter character by the collar
early Saturday morning; as was his orange and black.. will be taken up for action there with meeting of the Endowment Rank, he wearsIs -
THE ACROBATIC WONDER custom and had returned home -in a MARY CAMPBELL* Athletics-McVoy or Wilkerson L. the hope that a united demand from K. of P., will be held Tuesday, Dec. 4,
few moments. He had an attack of E.; Banasder, L. T.;":Fell L. G.; R. all interests will induce the L. & N. at 7 p. EU sharp, for the purpose of 1 a
yours
Mr. Ben Dunhrm heart failure and died before a physl-. Tie Lassie Who Vfmm the Origlaal .f Cam C.; Flashner.. H. G.:. Scholls, to rebuild the much needed depot electing officers considering other
cian could reach him. manager' R. T.: Duncan R. E.; business. LION
Assisted By I Mr. Alley: moved to Chipley about "HichlaaA ]Mary." W. Lurton'Q B.; w..Zelius, captain ,The climax of a good meal-a cup H. HORSLER, PresidnL BRAND
I,eight years ago from Indiana and The original of "Highland Mary" and L. H.; P. Caro R. H.; Brown F. of Jackson Square Coffee. Ask your J. D. GOSS, Secretary.Nov I 15 Cents Each At An
Mrs. Dunham and Willie :about four years ago he was appointed was Mary Campbell a highland lassie B.< The colors of the'Athletics are grocer for a free sample. 27-7L, 2 far 25 Cents. Good Strops

Farine postmaster, and has served the people who was a servant at Castle Montgomery ,
honestly. honorably and effectually. with whom Burns became acquainted -------

of Pensacola. during his residence at Moss- MflA.fr.frfrfrik: 1 1)

giel. To her he addressed the, lines,
Iin Praise of Chamberlain's Cough
Mmllye'go to the Indies, my Mary]" ; ,
Remedy. and many others. In a note to one of UL'
There is other medicine
no manufactured Our New Overcoat-Ths
DECEMBER 10, 1906.. that has received so much his poems on Mary:' Burns says: "Aftera -
I praise and so many expressions of pretty long time of the most ardent
:gratitude as Chamberlain's Cough reciprocal feeling we met by appoint

MANY NEW FEATURES TO :Remedy. It is effective and prompt ment on the second Sunday of May
BE
I relief follows its use. Grateful parents in a sequestered spot by'the banks of IMPERIAL

INTRODUCED. I everywhere do not hestitate to the Ayr, where we spent a'day In taking ..Yr
Prices-25c 50c and 75c. testify to its merits for the benefit of a farewell before she should em- .: "'
,others. It.is a certain cure for croup bark for the west: highland to arrange d a, Tw'L f % w I and will prevent the attack if givenat ;.. -
matters among her friends for our projected ., 1't !
; .
WI '" the first appearance of the disease.It ; f.
is especially adapted to children change of life. At the close,of

as it is pleasant to take and contains the autumn following she, crossed the'Bea .w k. Thee, ; great thing that J
I nothing injurious. Mr. A. E. Hum- to meet meat Greeu ct. where :

COLD phreys, a well known resident and she had scarce landed when she 'was v1: r... .. makes, a "city rnan" attractive 5 i.' _

clerk in the store of, Mr- ELock, of seized with a malignant fever...which r', -. ':' .
Alice Cape Colony South Africa hurried my dear girl to her grave I : 'Neh t -,, ,; IS his well-groomed, stylish a f r; z
:
WEATHERIS '
,says: "I have used Chamberlain's fore I could even hear of her be-I : .-: look-his "good clothes." '. I f-: .
i Cough Remedy to ward off;croup and The love which Burns felt for Mary -
: .
colds in my family, I found it to be Campbell appears to havebeen deeper i: ? < r. .. :!. Here, is a smart. Overcoat4:Y: ": +
and it gives me '..
satisfactory
very pleasure to recommend it." For sale than any,he ever felt before'or after.' r h ., ; ,'.; Style that all the well-dress.. =
Tears later, when be married t
was and I
'
COMINGand by all druggists.The had a family, her memory inspired' the I I t .r; ,' to ,-- '. ed **city men" are we ring. t1 r,;-

: best for the money-Jackson pathetic lines -:1"0': Mary In Heaven," : H ,
; -J this Winter i
:
7 r'
I Square Coffee. Put up in air tight: which breathe the soul ot tender'mel- : :.

this is to remind,you 1 guaranteed, 2 and 4 to pound satisfy tins.the most Absolutely fasti- ancholy.-London Tit-Bits. ,i 5; i 5'I_ .- The new Imperial.f .. -'

that if you have not already dious taste. Femiaiae. Finance.- !I. {;,'" ;", ,, f matter where you live,. you can -. : fI" t

bought that A poorlady, whose husband had just 't.rx' ; ,dress! t in as good style and taste as .

winter suit and underwear i AUCTION SALE.On failed was bemoaning the fact. 5ti rrA 1, e3:, i the best informed cosmopolitan itt ; ;-

December 10, 1906. at ,13 clock "At any rate." she said as she wiped ,,.., .:.;t ,, -; you wear our -fashionable '"Schloss '.-C !..

noon the I County will sell Court at public Houseat! outCry Penwicola.FUu IB frontof the tears from her eyes "the"' Brown. ,4 ,it ..,,., v, g t:1: ,2 Clothes." This ,Overcoat for Instance ,,:.f;
for the benefit! of a'! concerned. failure was worse than ours. s I -_' -a true example of the .', $>
NOW IS THE TIMEto about one hundred and fifty :!usand "How so?" said one, who knew that '1 :? .; latest style- :
superficial feet of picked up lumber lost r her husband's smashup! had been. terrible. t,.., 'ki. ;. ., ideas, -correctlyinterpreted- -a gar ';-i;

do "so. There's still a I from Tugela.alongside on the night the of British September steamship 26th. I I ': ment in which 'you will look better. _: '

and now piled on the beach! near Perdido "Why," she said "we only failed for,. z2 ,.: nearter.; smarter. : r
the
big assortment
wharf. Full particulars will be given ,xF
I upon application. to H Baars & Co. 5 cents on the ,dollar whereas Mr. ,. ;, Medium lengthi-44 to 46 Inches \
best of each and .
at '
style Agents. XV. }o'. 1LLIAMS. Brown failed_for fifty five.
Auctioneer. rx ;. emi form-mtlng, !back with deep

a positive saving. Lookat vent. and .skirts.with side pleats and
$10 $12.50 and Best in the cup, Jackson Square $100 REWARD $tOO. ; p : khe
our given is The readers of this paper will t>" 4: y t" sr desirable"French Flare" broad-.
Coiiee. The only premium .
$1;) suits. They'please a guarantee'of its quality. pleased one dreaded to learn disease that that there science Is at least hasbeen T a ,* y4sY; eut shoulders and cuffs on sleeves.

ami satisfy. Underwear able to cure in alt 1U stages. and ;t The whole affect Is one of fresh, crisp
MEETING. that'is Catarrh. HalTs Catarrh Cure Is z1'"c style and taste
bargains at $1 a suit. Pensacola Lodge F. &. A. :M. the only positive cure now known to. the .Mw 6i. < :," e ooorf We have a
medical fraternity. Catarrh : spl ndl Ic T "at
Regular communication Thurs- being a .constitutional < of these Overcoats In 4

Buy now for Christmas. day.clock.,December Visiting! brethren e. at fra-7:30 treatment.disease Halls requires Catarrh a constitutional Cure is- t. gibed f! all vices_ .'J.d.fabrics from $15 to $45..
r ternally Invited. taken Internally acting directly upon the E : 8y See them.
B. M. L01ION. blood and mucous surfaces of the system w '-a.., tom e at
E. HARVET thereby ddestroylng the foundation of the
T. Sec.
disease and giving the patient strengthby 1otbes Meg J
W. M.
; building np the constitution'and assisting sal fitaw
H 0 ANSON CREW NOTICE. nature in doing .its work. The Watson Parker & Reese Co.Everything
proprietors have so much faith in Its
Neither the Captain Owners curative powers that they offer One Hun- .
consignees of the Spanish dred Dollars for any (case that It falls
CASH CLOTHIER. a. steamship Ida will be respon- to cure. Send for !list of testimonials.
slble for debts contracted by Address F. J. CHECO.,. Toledo, "
the crew of said vesseL Ohio. to Wepr.
Corner Palifox led Vila '
s. ARAXO. Sold bv all Druggists. T5c.
GCU TRANSIT CO. Captain Take Halls Family Fills. for constipation. -
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