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Title: The Pensacola journal
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Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: December 5, 1906
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PENSACOLA FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 5, 1906. PRCENTS' -:- 'I J

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PRESIDENT'S MURDER
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'- -- For Cases of AliV0'! Peon. 4 .1

1 Was Verdict of Jury inCase DEFENSE E IN THE 0 "

Hi Views on An Inheritance 4 RALINSND N age in the Southern 1 j

a : of Gillette Charged With '

and Income Tax Meet : \. States, Declares Mr. :

Killing Grace Brown. : i itt;


With Approbation. .. MOOREHANBED H j PEONAGECASE _Lesser._ -

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)' Prisoner Broke Down Under

Reading of Message Followed # t Y WilMakeFurtherReporttc, .

Merciless Scoring by .

Closely by Membersof \ Murderers of .Carter Chil- ..,"--. German Government Respecting jj 't
\ I 5I Prosecutor.'
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the House. 0 \ I dren Pay Extreme, j Pen- Matter. '' 1 !

\ \ \\\ \ I ;Thirty-Nine Character Wit-
4; -"St-- altyAfterLongLegal GILLETTE APPARENTLY FEARED
:!HAM CLARK DECLARES THE ::i. \ Were the. BASED UPON EVIDENCE ADDUCEDAT
L- -. Fight. VIOLENCE WHEN IN HIS CELL nesses on
PRESIDENT HAS STOLEN AN- -" ', ; THE TRIALS NOW IN 4, 141'm
I WHILE JURY WAS DELIBERATING Stand Yesterday.EMIL .
OTHER DEMOCRATIC PLANK- \ :;;$ PROGRESS IN THIS CITY-. 4I i ':1

\ I NECKS OF BOTH 1EN wtEBROKEN ANXIOUSLY INQUIRING IF ,
MESSAGE ONE OF STRONGESTEVER : I '\\ WOULD MAKE NO STATEMENT .

WHEN fiTRAP WAS ALL DOORS WERE LOCKED- LESSER, OF BIRMINGHAMWILL
PRESENTED TO CON- \ REGARDING LETTER GIVEN ,
\ SPRUNG--RAWLINS'MAINTAIN. JURY OUT ONLY THREE HOURS.Sy BE A WITNESS THIS .
CRESS AND IN MOST RESPECTSAN \\ QUACKENBCSS. S
ED THE INNOCENCE OF HIS MORNING-CASE WILL PROBABLY

EXCELLENT.DEMOCRATIC. I
\ THREE SONS TO THE LAST- Associated Press. GO TO JURY THURSDAY '4
DOCUMENT.By II : \1TZ : Herkimer -Dec. 4.-After three "The New York labor agencies

: : HISTORY' 'THE, CASE. hours deliberation the jury tonight EVENING OR FRIDAY MORNING. who make a practice of sending illiterate '

Associated Press. found $hester E. Gillette guilty of and irresponsible men to the L -
Washington. Dec. 4.-The reading $ I murder In the first degree, on the south are undoubtedly at the bottomof

'i f the president's message consumed! \4 \ By Associated Press. charge of causing the death of Grace this whole peonage business1," said '
\ Thirty-nine witnesses were heardon 1
'o hours and twenty-five minutes in Brown the eleventh day of last I I German Consul Emil Lesser of Bir ;
\ j. on
Valdosta Ga., Dec-r<. G. Rawlins behalf of' defense in the case of I f'
of the star
is
I'ze house to-day and it was I: July on Big Moose lake. The case mingham. who one '
I losely by members. fOllowe.l'l : + and Alf Moore, the latter colored, went to the jury at 7:50 after Judge i W. S. Harlan et al, charged with witnesses for the defense in the cast ,.
were: hanged together at ten fifty-five conspiracy to commit peonage in the t
ne reading was punctuated with '\\ Devendorf hour and fifteen I now on trial in the United State
ap-i occupied one ,
lause from both sides ol the house.I I : ; : ; bis morning. The: necks of both' minutes in his charge. I United States court yesterday Judge Court to a Journal representative j-
and with -
broken Charles Swayne presiding, '
The, president's views on an inher-, I- ---- -- ere Rawlins to th'j.last maintained that I The day session was taken up by I ; last night "They are doing more to '
-'uice and income tax pleased the / I 'District Attorney Ward discussing the injure the reputation of the 80uththan .
.is three sons were innocent and, ,
and they
;Itmocrats. ether one agency
representative '- any
Champ relations between Gillette and Grace
.' -
I I
Joore reiterated hts former statement "
-
lark declaring: "The president has I It ;Brown. For the first time during the should be suppressed. .
Milton
and declared that Raw-
t tlen another Democratic plank." i :: mercilessly Lesser is president of the German -
did the of both the trial Gillette wept'as he was -S- Mr.
After the customary resolutions! ins shooting : scored by the prosecutor. Imnr-isration Society of Alabama Sand
tI children. t.S-- .5. -+ -
'or printing the the house .r E.r.1 declared '. thoroughly familiar with every 4 -L. '
message rjevendorff is
//t In his charge Judge, S
The crime for which J. G. !
_ ;journed. I ad Alf Moore were executed and the the case one of great importance t ( $: t aspect of the immigration identified question.with the t -5-I' '

ESOLUTION ON THEJAPANESE !i-okmg; litigation; which followed' and he Instructed the jury He Is prominently Association
-
Industrial -
that it must not be influenced by any Immigration and
DIFFICULTY j the attempt to save them from the 2-s, organization ., .
Alabama an
of
.'Callows, have been: -almost without ,thing except the evidence which en S
;;: : tered into the trial. He discussed the 5,55 a formed for the purpose of securing
TVashlngton. 4.-The presi- recedent in the history .of Georgia. '
I Ps.v ( )4. $ C -ea : 'ai of law providing for ,, 't 5.1
a
I I value of circumstantial evidence and the passage
tent's message occupied the atten- rh in of the senate for two hours and UT on the night of July 13. 1903: was declared that proof of a motive for the office of State Immigration of estab'J: :

. half to-day to the exclusion of all President Theodore Roosevelt. regarded as particularly cold blooded.: crime was not essential to conviction with the object agencies at ,,
her business with tIle exception of L:.udhg up to this crime was a feud and that it,was not required to establish lishing state immigration In this I
te Introduction of a resolution on between: J. G. Kawllcs formerly a a motive. He discussed the question IHON the principle ports several of entry of the cities i.T

'.3e lapanese: situation by Senator Baptist minister and W. L. Carter a cf crime and said: "If the jury country and In business interests f r
and has large
:ynor. of Maryland and the a in the city
of appropriate resolutions re- Coffee count}'. Georgia and which board, voluntarily and that defendant Campt. ,.. S ,
:idlag members of the house who was renewed: when the two men made no attempt to rescue her that Investigated after the pre- .> -. A
Some time since. Just
J i died during the recess. found themselves occupants of adjoining ,does not make him guilty. I In this city of the '
laynor's resolution declares the A INDUSTRIAL\ ASS'iV.Met farms in Lowndes county, of I The jury retired immediately after liminary hearing Grace and Sandor, r
of Gallagher
ra-nment has no right to enter in- which Valdosta is th v county seat. the charge concluded \ and Gillette ease of the Jackson Lumber .4.'i '

o>>> controversy with a foreign gov-' Children Sftct'Oowiv; j I was returned,to his celt He inquired] employees Co., of Lockhart., Ala.,. Mr. Lesser, 3
':rnent relating to the public school On the night of July 13 a disturb-;:anxiously if the'doors were all locked,. of the companyand 4
"tem of any individual state; that at Columbia, S. C., Yesterday on Call of, the President ance outside the Carter home brought apparently fearing violence but there : visited immediately the camps thereafter made an !

I"" is no provision in the treaty hewn Willie! Carter into the yard to Inves- was no evidence ot intended violence I to the German goveiument S
thf United States and Japanin Governor Hayward-Many: Important; tigate. Immediately a shot rang out by the big crowd filling the court official stating report that he had found no ,

? this subject or interfering and he fell mortally wounded. His' room there. Some.time after this -',: -
lib California's right to administers Resolutions Passed by Body. sister, Carrie tan to his. side and two I" At ten fifty-five word came from the report peonage was published Mr. Lesser was ,
own system of nubile schools- and I shots brought instant death 'to her. jury room that a verdict had been named .'
woman .5
called by a young
:attill' president notify Japan that The elder Carter opening the door I, reached and the judge was sent for. W. B. SHEPPARD.U. upon who Is better knownIn L' : L
he public schools of a state are not I By Associated Press. the most practicable method of sccurI saw that an attack was being made I I Sentence on Gillett will 'be pronounced S. District Attorney Who is Con- Grace Winterton Mrs. :Mary GraceQuackt'nboss. .
Win he jurisdiction of the generalWTcmpnt :! I Columbia.. Dee. 4.-Tne executive ling I desirable immigration; that tbe on his home. He barricaded the on Thursday morning. Gillotte's ducting the Prosecution in the this city as and after a short inter- Z '
,
The resolution went committee of the Southern Immigration committee of the association on con- house fearing even to go to the aid counsel announced that' he Peonage Cases. her a letter testimony i
rer until to-morrow.<< I and Industrial Association. or- gress ask for a modification of the of his children. Later Willie Carter would move to set aside the verdict view he gave which was adduced at the .; "

Senator Burrows of Michigan, gave ganized at Nashville last month met' existing.law to make the work of the dragged himself to the door and was Gillette gave no sign of emotion when, relative-trial the charge of conspir- .J' : ,. ,< T
tJcf that he would call up the Reed here to-day OR call at the" ..president separate'states'for immigration effec-, taken in. He died a few hours later. the verdict was announced but.few exceptions testified as to' conditions I first on and a copy of OJ'>; ; f
commit
moof: question on next Tuesday. Gov. Hayward,. of South carolina." live; that the association exert its influence The body of the little girl remained :In It was learned later that the Jury at the camps of the Jackson which acy to secured peonage by The Journal ::f:' ; t ,

Among those present were Gov. Hayward and efforts to support trans- the yard until daylight. During the had difficulty In reaching a verdict Lumber Co., which they described as Mrs.was Quackenboss before she ,, i' I

ThIE PRESIDENT'SANNUAL Edwin Brobston of Jacksonville Atlantic steamship service into portsof night occasional shots rang out bringing and six ballots were need before an the best, or to the character of the from left this city. The letter is as follows : ., t "J
Fla., F. H. Hyatt, of Columbia, the South, to refute slanderous reports ; added terror to the besieged I agreement was reached. It Is under defendants in the case on trial. But ,.il' : :
MESSAGE and Commissioner of Immigration against the south ana to inaugurate home. I stood that the jury stood eleven for little evidence different from that adduced -: : The Birmingham Courier. it -1 ,

-i;;: Watson, of South Carolina. an educational campaign throughthe Great Indrgnation. I conviction to one for acquittal on the'I at the first trial was pre- Offices 8-10-12 North Nineteenth St, '- ;
Washington, 4.-President The meeting resolved that to establish southern press to increase inter A recital of the crime the following first five ballots. sented. I Ala. Aug. 27, 1906. -i i ;
:IJOiief'elt in his annual message departments of immigration and est In technical. agricultural and in- day! brought intense Indignation,: Nearly all of the witnesses for defEnse -I Birmingham.will: notice that when I was at I .\

rain, urged the enactment of a lawctibiting commerce in each southern state was dustrial schools of the south. to the citizens of Valdosta and of have been disposed of and it is Pensaoola You and Lockhart. nothing of t;1,< I'

corporations from con- Ixwndes county, and for a time violence -: EIGHT LIVES LOSTIN l possible that the conclusion will be the testimony concerning the
.blltb; to campaign funds. He also was feared when the crime aplared -- I reached by this evening. The government of at Laurel! Hill whip"i'
rp-s the passage of the measure conrinp to be fastened on J. G. Rawlins will probably Introduce several ping a man ,: ;
found no peonage t
upon the government the right I Would Discharge All Negroes and TOWN rebuttal who will ]known. I lave ,
in
[ his sons. Jesse Milton ARIZONA witnesses there yet if it is true tl' t a man :
'- appeal in criminal cases on ques- Leonard and the negro Alf Moore. occupy the attention of the jury for and beeten at Lnnrell Hill ;c I
cought
'iis of law. Continuing the presi--I The five :were arrested and the negro : several hours. It is believed that arguments was Lockhart against his 4 .. !
to
-ut says: I From the United States ArmyUnited confessed saying that the elder, in the case will begin sometime and will and returned if It Is shown to me that this : .' ." 'j

caaaot too strongly urge the ras155 Rawlins bad hired him to kill tha entire By Associated! Press. on Thursday and that the case I wasdoneattbeOrdeTSOfth0Jk0n '! 5 t. i

oi the bill in question. A fail- [ Carter family and had sent his; El Paso Dec. 4.-A special from will go to the Jury either Thursday Lumber Co.. than In that event I will S I 1
E:* to pass it will result in seriously By Associated:: Press. States." three sons to assist in the job. The i Morenci Arizona says that eight evening or Friday morning. statement and admit that [ -. p !

tanertng: the government j in its ef--I' Washington.. Dee. 4.-Representative The gentleman said: "Tne.JSUl is to negro said Rawlins had told him to I lives are reported lost at Clifton last Among the witnesses who will be modefy my would constitute peonage ,.. ;'.,

at to obtain Justice especiallywealthy Slaydcn. of Texas has r introduced give congress an opportunity to purge kill Carter and his wife and as the 1 I night by the breaking of a great dam heard this morning is Emil Lesser, and this the case perpetrators ought to be pun- -;; -
Wnst individuals or corpo- I I a bill which provides that on "June the army of an admittedly dangerous children: ran out of the house. to kill sending a fall of water upon the town. president of the German Immigration shed for It.Signed. S '.\ 4

110ns who do wrong, and may atso 30.of next year all negroes: in the army clement. To say that negroes are them. According to the confession II All wires are down between the towns Society of Alabama who just after! ( ) E. LESSER, t
PTei the government from obtain- shall be discharged from the service brave is not an argument against the neither thenegro nor Leonard Rawlins -I but runners have been, sent out to the conclusion of the preliminary To Miss Grace Wlnterton, City. r' !
R Justice for wageworkers who are and that thereafter no negro or per- measure. Indians are brave. but en- fired a shot but the bloody work !learn[ the situation.. hearing at which Gallagher; Grace Would Make No Statement. {! !
}'
i themselves able effectively to con- son of negro descent shall be enlist tertain racial hostility; so do ncsroes. was done by Jesse:! and Milton. It appeared and Sandor were held to the Federal Mr. Lesser was asked last night regarding s I :
f. a case where the judgment of an ed or appointed in the army of the .' I that J. G. Rawlins had net TAFT NOW HEAD grand Jury visited the camps of the the letter and. admitted having ','..1.

!ferlor court has. .been against them.ae I I been at the scene of the murder,. but OF RED CROSS Jackson Lumber Company near given it to Miss Winterton. He t ,
specmcaiiy In view him implicated! Lockhart Ala., and made an investigation the t .
a recent de- certain remarks by then asked It, In the tiew of
on by a district judge leaving of our country,'now in another. Each In my judgment the crime! cf rape him as having guilty; knowledge of 1 Associated Press. of conditions subsequently conviction was of Messrs. Harlan. Hilton ., f '

ilw.ir! employees without remedy for i section north. south east or west I should always be punished vita death the crime. The resnit! of the trial Washington Ov Dec. 4.-The American writing an elaborate report in which and Huggins on the charge of conspiracy ; 1
:elation: of a certain so called labor I has its"own faults. No section can as is the cass with murder. Assault which-followed speedily was .the conviction National Red Cross at the annual be stated. in effect that no peonage to commit peonage in which
.
&tnt!:. The importance of enacting 'I with wisdom spend its time jeeringat I with intent to commit rape sLonld be of J. (I.. Rawlins his three meeting to-day elected as president existed there and that the men employed case testimony was adduced regard- .

:to [law the particular bill in question 'II the faults of'anothet section. It made a capital crime at. least: in the 1 sons and Alf !ore.: All received the I William H. Taft, secretary of war. The were happy and contented.Mr. Ing the incident at Laurel Hill r&f'

< ?tirt.er increased by the fact that should be busy trying! to amend its discretion of the court. ana provision:: death sentence except Leonard, for delegates were received by the president Lesser will probably be rigidly ferred to in the letter, he was prepared T '
-* overnraent:: has now definitely ovn shortcomings To, deal with the should be made by which the punishment whom the jury recommended clemency -I today.CONSPIRED. cross questioned by District Attorney to admit that peonage existed.Mr. ; i
*p' policy of resorting to thenear crime of corruption it( is necessaryto may fellow immediately: upon I i "and his sentence was life Iniprisonent. -I W. B. Sheppard. and a lively sessionis Lesser was a little wary of the :1 ;
; law in those trust and: inter- have an awakened public conscience the heels of th-3 offense I II I TO VIOLATE anticipated when he goes on the question but finally said: : toI !

"f"' mmerce cases wheie such a and to supplement this bwhatever No more shortsighted policy can be !i Fight fcr Life. THE INTERSTATE LAWS I stand. "I have no statement regarding the 4'V:,1:
-''. sSers! a reasonaole chance: of JegisJa.tIon'i1 add speed !I imagined than in the fancied interest J Then began the fight!; for life conducted AKlhe conclusion of the day's proceedings -I matter to make at the present time. ''f

aceets! I land: certainty in-the execution of the !of one class to prevent the education Ii by John R- Cooper.. cf Macon,I By. Dec.Associated 4.-Judge Press.Chicago. Landis In and after the Jury departed Later on I shall make an official retort ;} t
stated to "
f fI
which lasted until District Attorney Sheppard -
Proper Use of Injunctions. j la\\'. When we Seal with lynchingeven i of another class. The white man if ;attorney for Rawlins, district court today to the German government base ,
m> last message 1 suggested the more is necessary. A great many he is wise, will decline to allow the i i the gallows claimed: two victims. the sentenced United three States Ohio men to one year the court that one Samuel of the Ross witnesses had I upon the testimony adduced at the t i-

,::8etnt'nt of a law in connection with white men are lynched,but the crimeIs :negroes in a mass to grow to manhood I I Twice has the casa 'ea reopened in I each for conspiracy to for the defense one trials in thia city, which will be full -l ""
imprisonment threatened
( court the courtof cursed abused and several : f
?* 'ssuauce of injunctions. attention peculiarly frequent in respect to and womanhood without educa' the Lowndes superior the federal laws governing Interstate and complete." t
violate for the
II three times of the witnesses prosecution { .
"-Sting original juirdisctioa; 1 convinced now that -
been black
The existing not
sharply; drawn to the mat- men. greatest tion. used for immoral "Are yott
traffic in articles corridor Just outside of I 'r
nr '> the demand that the right of cause of lynching is the perpetration. has it come on appeal to the supreme I sentenced In the peonage; did exist at the camps of the -.
i "Preachers of Mere Ciscor.t nt. I II I a motion was purposes. The men the court room. A formal complaintwas :1' !
'r sing court of Georgia; once Co. Mr. tesserrThere .,
injunctions in labor cases especially by black men of the of the Jackson Lumber Ii
D. president for
RobL Bradley attachment
,
held l j be wholly abolished. It is at hid(()crime of rape the most 1 I In dealing with both labor and capItal filed in the United States district are entered and an I may have been Instaneef
"asr' doubtful] I abominable in all the of I I with the questions affecting both I court cf Georgia: once a motion was t Canton Rubber Co., of Canton, Edwin Ross Issued. He was later arrestedby but the whole trouble was with the
,; whether a law abolishT category district court Davis, vice-president of the same company Deputy United States Marshal i -
t and trades unions there :filed in the United States They will
ltl''Wether the of injunctions crimes even worse than murder. corporations New York labor agents.
use and William H. Oby formerly an in the '
has the case Wharton and placed county
1 matter to remember of and twice laborer to the
"nrr is one more important Macon of
I class*
cases would stand the test of Lawlessness grows by what it feeds court of the United -officer of the company but recently jail where he will be held until his send any about is their
'e else and that
than aught is reached: the supreme south and all they care
jews. in which case of course. and when mobs begin to lynch I l in law in Cleveland.last of Swayne.
e : slatlon upon the infinite harm done by preachers I States and in: every appearancein engaged practice case is disposed by Judge fee. Why. I have seen, myself after '
; would ineffective. for .
be they
rape speedily extend the the decision of
Ofi'fl\ of mere discontent These are the a higher court has raid in which a large number -
police
"J I a
;,tOtPtnP3. believe it would be wrong sphere of their operations and lynch I who seek to excite a violent class the lower court been sustained. Once of vagrants were arrested. that ..
to prohibit the use of In- for many other kinds of crimes so men I'II filed a petition with Saturday and Gov. Terrell was TERRIFIC RAIN would be shipped 3
.iNI)0. hatred against all men of wealth. Attorney Cooper the next day they
: this :
< It 1 is criminal to permit that two-thirds<< of the lynchlngs al'not \* commission asking i asked to defer-the execution untij and these .
'-, They seek to turn wise and propei'I the Georgia prison out by the labor agents
all1) for be settled. The .
could
criminals to weaken our for rape at all. while a consider- I J. G. Rawlins and matter legally ,
and, It upholding the law and ii able proportion of the individuals I movements for the better control of I i clemency before the for same board has he ;j governor declined yesterday to inter- ON THE ISTHMUSBy men are no good stated to any that: country.The Immigration .!r. t
:%1 $ corporations and for doing away ,with once confessedthat Mr. Lesser
Cooper
: to destroy" life or property lynched are innocent of all crime. commutation of sentence for fere and Attorney Industrial Association \

::!; Q::: violence there should be noOaIrent There is but one safe rule in dealing ,I into the abuses a campaign connected hysterical with wealth excitement I I Jesse asked and Milton pardon for Leon been the reached.limit of Five his'resources times has had the of Alabama and maintained an office In '.
of the power of the courts with black men as with white men. New trials have been of Inducing i:
the :
J Rawlins. York for purpose
tea3 falsehood in ard Associated Press. New
and which the aim i set for tne
with them in the It is the same rule that must be of newly discovered date of execution oeen of : 1
most ground
irI ; effective way possible. But in dealing with rich men and I embodied In a confession father also maintained an .
fa, passions of mankind. The sinister I evidence of Jesse and Milton Raw- in the last twenty-four hours has Alabama and
fate
.*et as! POssible the abuse of the poor men-that Is. to treat each man, demagogues and foolish visionarieswho I of J- G. Rawlins. admitting his The to be settled. Next Frf--caused the suspension of work on the omce in Birmingham. These offices '. "
remains
1luld be but denying lins .r t
provided whatever his color his creed or his that of Alf Moore of D. V. j
against respectively
3** hln bYe are always eager to undertake guilt and has been set for their execution. canaL The Charges river Has risen were in charge .f1" .
law A day '
: as I advocated rast social position with even handed justice such a campaign of destruction that of his sons. petition for commutation of twenty-eight feet, causing serious Evans and Ross C. Smith and were I
sometimes demanded for but the petition f
his real worth White was funds of the -i. :t f
on as a man. for habeas corpus life washouts on the railroad. The bridgeat supported by the association
seek to associate sentence to impriso
themselves that the the death ; ;
I Against Lynching. people owe it quite as much to themselves the defendants on the ground Matachian has been carried away the membership of which la-: :
?h "our with those working for a genuine reform from the trial ment will be heard by the prison commission '.4.":. .
l1 \ attention and the atten- as to the colore4 race to treat exclusion of preachers Thursday and what the and the town is under five feet of eluded railroads industries and commercial
In next I f fU01r
the governmental and social laws was class j't't' .
natIon
i-o ,
: to the prevalence of well the colored man who shows by methods and jury under Georgia As decision be will not be known water. There has been no telegraphic concerns of every descrip- f
sometimes may
masquerade uncocstitutionaL :
4iflong us and, above an, to the his life that he deserves such 'treat! legislation and 24 hours of the time fixed communication with Panama since tanners and others ta all parts 'f '
as such reforms. In Hawlins. until within '
of reality ehaJJ-G.
: : that lynching and mob vie> ment There Is,no,question of social I a final effort In of saidtTU3 ra1s for the legal death ,*,, *. -, of sta: '" )
;
springg the ucstion
Bp nowjiwine.wrt equality-el negro domination Involved _ICon tfcuttf-oa Second--Paaoa i .

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f r: lessens A the Bad usefulness Stomach and man the bap ||! pnESIOENT'S RAILROAD w "nK I Restores Vigor in. Old AUt


pmeaa of life. Mrs. Eliza Scheirer
It's weak' stomach., a Etomacb that can t. ,who

1' sot properly perform its functions. MESSAGE AT P PANAMA N CITY -. --'- lives: at Macungie, Pa,
distress'after ---
t-= eating Among, nausea its symptoms between1 are meals !beart urn, nowdrifi -. and who has passed a

belching vomiting, flatulence and nervous very strenous ,life, found
t. headache.Hood'sSarsaparilla. (Continued from First Page.)
Work Being :Pushed on At- at the age of 76 some
r they are the worst enemies of the -
cause they process to advocate, Just as lanta and St. Andrews 7'j' .. C.\v+/ of the old time vigor

f Cures a bad stomach indigestion! and dy. the purveyors of sensational slander in e + -'. e and energy lacking. She
Terminals.Special .
1< pepsia,and the core is permanent. newspaper or magazine are the worst Bay '- -c ...
t Accept no substitute. enemies of all men "'11. are engaged In 4-/ Journal. ? ( -. ; felt that she needed
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an honest effort to better what is bad to
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Mr. P. .1.Rormer ?b something give her
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: In our social and governmental condi > \ ___
t ; superintendent of "The Pana- ___
tions. adopted by C,.. 4 strength in her declining
ma Air Line, the name _
v'ii I Corruption is never so rife as in communities the Atlanta and St Andrews Bay \ / ? C For
_ c years. over a year
i.. where the demagogue and the Railroad. accompanied: by his wife and .
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%itator bear fall sway, because in daughter and Mr. Neale chief engineer 4 .d _____ she he has used Duffy's
*_j'>h communities all moral bands be- wife and son., arrived in Pana- .
t The surveylnf Pure Malt\ Whiskey as
ma City Saturday a
come loosened, and hysteria and sensationalism a
sound crew is busily engagea laying out tonic-medicine and
1f. replace the spirit of the terminal. yards docks etc., and v /' has

JuJsment; and fair dealing as betweenman ,; as soon as they get the lines all run ,,4/ .:' found in it the very thing
and man. In sheer revolt againstthe and grading stakes set grading will
squalid anarchy thus produced men ThEPRIDEOFThE5O1Th commence here. The company want 2.at ,:- -- -a>;; needed for one at her

k are sure In the end to turn toward any ,- .,,, to have the yards: depot grounds and ... time of life.
leader who can restore order, and then terminal all completed when the track .. Y'-
f Lf their'relief at being free from the In- ,, Made Under U.S. laying gang reach the bay. Contractors :'ci/; She writes the follow

.. tolerable burdens of class hatred, violence are now on the ground waitingto
and demagogy Is such that they :, _Government Inspection take part of the work. The. company ing and cordially recommends
Let us sell you a 'will not let the wont to one man .
cannot for some time be aroused to In- / Pure
'' contracts. Duffy's Malt\
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but will give;out;separate' t .
iBABCOCK ORCOLUMBIA dignation against misdeeds by men of Twenty cars of steel now at Pensa- .. ( .

L f BUGGY t wealth, so that they permit a new fTieScuthern Cotton 08 Company] cola, will be.barged over and an engine .-4 : Whiskey to both young

growth of the very abuses; which were will follow to assist in switching < and old :

with Ball Bearing Axles, fully In part responsible for the original out- and transferring material at this end "I would say that I am now in my meentysixth
I 11. guaranteed. break. The one hope for success for -------- -- of the line. :Mr. A. J. Gay will take year. Have always lived

f Reason our people lies In a resolute and fearless --------..;. :: :. ::: ::: ::: : ::: : = ::, ing charge at this of a end.couple ,of miles of grad- .... . I active life. About a year ao I tcjran B.as
," but sane and cool beaded advance ing DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY
1. Mr. A. J. Gay left on the steamer I
Reduces Draft One-Half 1 along the path marked out last year ArtEmbroidery I Tarpon Friday via PensacC-i;! for a I as a restorative, ad I can heartily recom-

!,, Come in and talk It over with us. by this very congress. There must bea trip north where lIe goes In tile Inter- ic:4: mend it as a very valuable! preservative fat

stern refusal to be misled Into following Opening. est of Panama City and new develop- I young and old." MRS. EISA Scamou
either that base creature who I ment work 6 '06.DUlly's .
: llr6l contemplated I MJsLizA"scaLIu 76 YBA19 OLD May ,
.I j appeals and pullers to the lowest Instincts All the ladies who are interestedin The tug Simpson arrived this week J

, rttUU w and passions in order to arouse dainty novelties for Christmas from Pensacola with the barge "Billy"
one set of Americans against their fellows gifts will be more than delightedwith having on board part of the Sale Davis!I Pure Malt Whiskey

,, or that other creature, equally thooe.to displayed by Mrs. Co sawmill machinery and a 500 horsepower ,

.; base, but no baser, who in a spirit ot I IL V. Kendall, :Monday, Dec. 3. engine. This mill Is going up :
! THE BIG STORE. greed or to accumulate or add to an at her store 34 South Palafox. All I at Anderson on Xorth Bay. The barge If yon wish to keep strong;and vigorous and hare on yonf'cheeks the glow of perfect
, I Palafox and Intendcncia. cordially in\ited. New I'was tied up at Panama wharf to un- health, take DnnV Fore Malt Whiskey regularly,according:to directions ad take no ttt 4
already huge fortune seeks to exploithis goods load the new planer for Thompson'Bros. other medicine. It Is dangerous to 11 your system with drags, they poison the body and
. fellow Americans with callous disregard added daily. depress the heart while Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey tones and strengthens the heart
I a action and purifies the entire system. Jt is the only whiskey that is recognized as a med.
jff to their welfare of soul and Mrs. H. V. Rendall. Thompson Bros have bought six ; icine and contain no toad oO. This is a guarantee. Daffy's Pure Malt Whiskey has
!f body. The man who debauches other I additional lots adjoining their mill and stood severe tests for fifty years &Ddli.. always been found absolutely pure aaa to contain
::: :::: ::: ::: : ::: ::::::: ::: ::: = : ::: : great medicinal properties.
; in order to obtain a high office standson : are erecting cqttages to be used a-s
t 'an evil equality of corruption with I mill quarters. Mr. iC. C. Hall Is now CAUTION_When you ask your druggist or grocer for Duf '

,; ,Lr the man: who debauches others for the civic standpoint it should be our I,building' Development the flrstthree.The Company. had Mt.vIll fy's Pure Malt Whiskey be sure "'..Ju get the genuine. It's the

: financial profit, and when hatred is object to do what we can In the direction : and is sold in
: \ Parker, a ,surveyor here last only absolutely pure medicinal whiskey only
A NOBBY NEWDELIVERY sown the crop which springs up can of securing the general observance
week laying ouC section of
a town
I sealed bottles-never in bulk. Look for the trade-mark, the
only be evil. of an eight hour day. to be used as negro quarters. One
n The plain people who thInk-the mechanics Let me again urge that the congress lot was donated for a Baptist church I II Old Chemist," on the label and make sure the seal over, the 2

WAGON farmers. merchants, workers provide for a thorough investigationof and another to the Odd Fellows lodge. cork is unbroken. Price $1.00. Medical booklet and (do or'. h .
with head or hand, the men to whom the conditions of child labor and of This lodge now has sufficient funds:
American traditions are dear, 'Who love the labor of women in the United to put up a building. The lot selected advice free. Duffy Malt Whiskey Co.,_ Rochester, N. Y. 0E

WHITE & NIX HAVE ONE OF THE their country and try to,act decentlyby States. The horrors Incident to the Is on a nice ridge and Is very desirable -!

I their neighbors-owe it to themselves employment of young children In factories property. 'I LEWIS BEAR CO., DISTRIBUTERS.
I PRETTIEST OUTFITS IN to remember that the most damaging or at worK anywhere are a blot Rev. Roberts sent here ->y toe presiding -
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elder of this jurisdiction of the
; THE CITY. I blow that can be given popular on our civilization.In I XI. E. church South this week spent ....... ................................ ......."
government is to elect an unworthyand spite of all precautions exercised some time In Panama City selecting : :

sinister agitator on a platform of by employers there are unavoidable accidents a location for a" new church buildingsoon NEW OFFICERS E .

White &, Xix, the well,known violence and hypocrisy. and even deaths Involved In to, be erected The ,Development ) '! ,

. clothiers, are just in receipt of one Railroad Employee Hoar. nearly every line of business connected -, Company ,donated a splendid lot '" i :
of the nobbiest delivery wagons ever I call your attention to the need of with the mechanic arts. It is a un, the center of .the city. Mrs. G. M.
great social to the West, who already has quite a sum t \
seen in this city, which was presented passing the bill limiting the number of injustice compel em- which CHOSEN BY'lADIES
to them by one of the clothing hours of employment of railroad em- ployee, or, rather, the family of the building was will contributed arrive from for the new t i

<, Bouses whose goods they sell and who ployees. The measure is a very moder- killed or disabled, victim, to bear the next w eek. ,It.i la stated that the Chicago build- c> .L JThTJWi1
sent the wagon as a Christmas present ate one, and I can conceive of no serious entire burden of such an Inevitable will beti : .
cost
I ling &>$3,500:: ) fnd $4,000 l .
in recognition of the remarkable objection to it. ,Indeed so far as sacrifice. In other words society shirks and will be uiltficoment-blocks.Mr. 1 .

t'. sales of these goods which White & it is in our power it shoUld be our aim its duty by laying the whole cost on G. M. West leaves for Chicagothis ( ..

r!,- :MX have made. steadily to reduce the number of hoursof the victim, whereas .the Injury comes week to make: arrangements t-s .
The is '
$250.00 vehicle fin
ished wagon in white a enamel trimmed in labor, with as a goal the introduction from what may be called the legitimate move his family jlo Panama City. : :-I II ..

-; purple with gold letters shaded in of au eight hour day. Thereare risks of the trade. Compensationfor Dr. :Mathews: of Dotha, Ala, last

red. The gear is ball bearing and industries in which It is not pos- accidents or deaths due In any line week purchased: acorner lot at Fourth i : II I- I
the whole affair is constructed especially sible that the hours of labor shouldbe of Industry to'the actual conditions under and Harrison avenues' and states Woman's Foreign :Missionary -
for the clothing business with reduced just as there are communities which that industry is carried on that he will later erect a building and .;J .

clothing racks and package shelves rot far enough advanced for sucha should be paid by that portion of the open Mr.a W.drug B.business.Caswell, Society Holding In- I

, so that space is economized and security movement to be for their good or, If community for the benefit of which The Pensacola Journal, is representing in i
our city
t
is assured. in the tropics so !situated'! that there Is the industry Is carried on-that Is. by and states he Is working a fine teresting Meetings.The : 1 .
i up
In few will .
I a days they have a
no analogy between their needs and those who the If business. It is his : ,
, large gray mule to drive to the profit by industry. first visit ,to this rrr i t
I wagon with harness made especial. ours in this matter. On the isthmus the entire trade risk is placed upon the section and he* .Is amazed. at its possi .4 .- C
I ; :.ly for him. The outfit in all respects of Panama! for instance the conditIons employer he will promptly and prop- bilities. Woman's Foreign Missionary 2 CI

, .- .!s about the neatest thing now in the are Iii every ways BO different erly add it to the legitimate cost of pro Society of the Palafox Street Methodist -
, !'ity'and will attract attention where- from what they ore here that an eight duction and assess: jt proportionately ------ --- -- ---- church began a series of prayer, fZJ :

i "iver' it goes. hour day would be absurd, Just as It upon the consumers of his commodity.It meetings at the church Monday after- I ) I
MRS. SARAH
, I Is absurd, so far as the Isthmus 19 concerned WINDROM noon at :3:30 o'clock. :Mrs Carrie'! :
-, New Suit Flied. is therefore clear to my mind that <
where white labor cannot be Nobles led the Monday afternoon!
'rhO following new suit was fi'edjesuraay the law should place this entire "risk meeting with prayer and gave a most I
employed to bother: : ns to whether the
; In the office or. the clerk of a trade" upon the employer. Instructive talk to the members of the: Jt
. -, bf the circuit-: court: necessary work is clone by alien black Capital and Labor Disputes. society. Alter the prayer service the!: When buying School Shoes find out who takes the risk.

t D. B. Suggs vs. Louisville &. Nashville men or by alien yellow men. But the Records show that during the twen- annual election of officers was held,'o Ask the Dealer if he will furnish a new pair for any paiF that
I Railroad Co. damages $ .5\O( ; wageworkers of the United States are resulting follows : fails '
: as : to give reasonable wear
I I r ,Avery & Avery, attorneys for plain of so high a grade that alike from the ty years from Jan. 1. 1831 to Dee. 31. President-Mrs. F. E. Brawner. i
I 1900 there were strikes affecting 117- : If you insist upon such a straight out and out guarantee you Ii i iprobablv
s tiff.: merely 1ndcstri.nl stardpoint' .: ? and from First VicePresldentIrs. J R.i .
! 509: establishments, and 6,105,694 employees Sannders. f) have to come here for School Shoes. .
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were thrown out of employment Recording Secretary-Mrs. John I 4 School Shoes for Beys and Girls. All made on proprr t

r Is to love children, and no tomt During the same period there Jones. : lasts for- growing feet. The heaviest are 'of Box Calf .
were 1,005 lockouts Involving nearly Treasurer-Mrs. Fred Favourite.'
omun's can be completely happy without 10,000 establishments, throwing over -, OrganIst-Mrs. Richard McAllister.I; with double. soles outside back stays. Other and mOl :

them, yet the ordeal through 1,000,000 people out of employment.These Agent Woman's Missionary Ad\ o dressy styles of VIet and Velour Calf. Low, !flat hee' :
: All sizes
widths.
and
< strikes and lockouts Involved an .
which Johnston. :
1 the expectant mother c.lte-frs. Geo. .
estimated loss to employees of 307. The service yesterday afternoon : $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 to $2.50.
must is full of : :
: pass usually so suffering, 000,000 and to employers of $143,000- was led by Mrs. John Jones and the

I NiJlure danger and fear that she looks forward 000 a total 450000000.. The public subject under discussion was "Mexicoand : Remember, please that when you bring the Children h 'r" tot :

! to the critical 'hour with apprehension suffered directly and Indirectly prob- Airs Sarah \\indrom.. of Chicago Cub." School Shoes you take no risk-we take It all. :
: cousin of Zachary Taylor, twelfth
additional loss. Each afternoon during the entire
i and dread. Mother's Friend, by its penetrating ably as great of these strikes and lockouts president of the United States and week some member of the society

' and soothing properties, allays nausea, nervousness and would Many not have occurred bad the grandniece of Alexander Hamilton, will be chosen to give a short talk I
I'I ,. parties who signed the Declaration of Independence on some foreign country, and the BOSTON SHOE COMPANY i
I all unpleasant feelings, and so prepares the system for the, to the dispute been required to says: meetings are proving, very Interest,
' ordeal that she through appear before an unprejudiced body 'Vinol is a Godsend to old people. I ing. ; ,
'I passes representing the nation and. face to am 76 years old, but have a hearty appetite f. .
the. event safely and with but sleep and feel active : Fashionable Foot Fitters
face, state the reasons for their con- soundly PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS. .
little suffering, as numbers have Mother tention. The exercise of a Jndicia and well: to-day, thanks to Vinol. PAZO OINTMENT Is iroaranteea: to ; ..
When I cod liver oil cure case of itching. Blind. Bleedingor
testified ,and said, "it is worth spirit by a disinterested body representing "- dispensed was in young a greasy, unpalatablEform. was Protruding any Piles In $ to 14 days or ................................. tt.'tH.
the federal government, such money refunded., SOc- .. ,
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; its weight in gold." $1.00 per and It fairly gauged me to getit -
a commission
would be provided by
as
dowr. Vinol is entirely different,
bottle of druggists. Book containing on.conciliation and arbitration would very palatable and nourishing to impoverished DEMONSTRATORIS DEPOT LOAN OFFICE.All .

: valuable information mailed free. friend tend to create an atmosphere of friendliness blood. It is the finest ton
and conciliation between con- ic and strength creator I ever used kinds of repairing done on Watches. C 1\ i 5,

i : THE BJUDmtD REGULATOR, AtltnU. Ga. tending parties. in my life." AT HOOTON'SMISS Guns, Pistols., Highest price paid for old gold. ::. : 'l
A member firm ofV..
of the II.
I Control of Corporation loaned on ,personal handle all kin-:' Cl
property.Ve
I L often be repeated that White & Co, says: "This is because
-- -- It cannot too
------ experience has conclusively shown the Vinol contains in a highly concentrated Jewelry: both new and vcond-hand. Don't forget.J .
form all the rjediclnal and GRACE WATSON WILL EX.
Impossibility of securing by the actions bodj-building elements of cod liver oil E Clement THE WATCHMAKER
of nearly half a hundred different state: HIBIT, ALLEN'S PERFUMES t
taken direct from fresh cods livers IO6EastWrizotStrezt.A t .
High Grade American legislatures anything but iaefi'eetlvechaos with all the useless oil eliminated and '- :. -
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! UNTIL AFTER HOLIDAYS.
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in the way of dealing with the tonic iron added.

Portland Cement great: corporations ,which do not operate "There are hundreds of old people i
exclusively within the limits of in Pensacola who need just such a I
i anyone state. In some method, whether strength maker and tissue builder as Miss Grace G. Watson, demonstrator -: GOOD SIDEWALK
: HARD WALL PLASTER. KEYSTONE LIME, ACME for Allan's perfumes, is In the
, by a national license law or in other Vinol, and 1can only ask every, _
DOUBLE FLINT COATED ASPHALT ROOFING FELT 1,2 JUB1 city and will be located at Hoc ton's
AND 3-PLY, FIRE BRICK etc. fashion we must exercise,'and that at such person to try Vinol on our offer
Pharmacy where she will demon-
to return money if not benefitted. W.
Bog to state that we are now In shape to make deliveries' an early date a far more complete 11 White' & Co., Druggists. strate Allen's toilet preparationsdaily
I on our Parthenon Ilrar.J of fl4j control than at present over these great Note-While we are sole' agents for until after the holidays. Gives the most ordinary property an appearance ol substantial
corporations control that will among Vinol in Pensacola, it is now for sale Beginning to-day free samples will value A poor one can ruin the effect of the handsomest
Pure White Portland Cement. other things prevent the evils ot excessive : -' at the leading drug store in nearly be given to all l ladies who call and house and grounds. You don't want any raggca;
overcapitalization and that wIll every town and city' in the country. ask for them and Miss Watson will edges to your property.
guaranteed to pass the specifications/ of the United States 4I'J compel the discloeure! by each Wg cOrporation Look for the Vinol in demonstrate the delightful effects of Among: good sidewalks a well laid concrete one is easi: -
agency your
C Army engineer Amerii'an Society of Civil Engineers etc. stockholders and of Its town. Allan' cream powder and the vari- best. Lasts longer, cost less for repairs and adds an air oi!
of Its
Architects. Contractors and Block Manufacturers will i solid
otU od.vshlch bear dignity and worth.
please remember the variety' of high-class results that can and business whether owned this well known
V be secured from the use of Pure White Portland Cement. I properties or FASTIDIOUS WOMEN label.; We lay such sidewalks and \back every one with our guar
Immediate deliveries for carloads and small lot. made directly or through subsidiary The ladles are Invited to calL antee. May we estimate on your:
I from our stocks at Montgomery, 1'cnsacola Birmingham and affiliated corporations. This will tendto consider Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic I
also direct from mill. to the tecnrln* of inor- necessity in the hygienic care of the MEETING i
a stop
as veil Tour as collect carload telegram lots. will get our. prices on small. lots dinate put profit by favored Individuals at person and for local treatment of g Regilar rensacou! communication Lodge .p. i.Thurs-A. M. I I Pensacola Cement Stone Company

the expense whether of the general;: feminine ills. As a wash its cleansing dkY.! De--mi,,' I, at 1:0 i
: Carolina Portland Co. of the wageworkers. germicidal, deodorizing and healing clock. VisitIng brethren
,Cement stockholders
the
., public. qualities are extraordinary., For sale tern&IJT InV1tett_
aStan1aCa. : Our effort should be not so at Druggists. Sample free. Address T. E. ttAR\"EY B. 11. SOLO OX.I .tra.1( S. Harvey, Manager. Telephone 1485.F .

(Continued on Fourth r lg..) The R.: Faxtoa Co, Boston,Mass. W. 1[. _.__

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THE PEN ACUL.I\ ., VUrtnl\L, nc.uNtSDAT':: MORNING, DECEMBER 5 1905. ': t

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i I iD DAMONLODGENO. if ASTING SJRH GTH 1xi II i HE'GRA.N.D.'; J RJ f


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1 Rest

I I 1 13 ElECT Women, who suffer from unnecessary, disagreeable j, J CONTINUES 1N I i;

the Stomach '
painful, weakening female complaints w&t'iffnd that ,.

Wine. of" qt dui is a safe and pleasant remedy for all 3
OFFICERS Nothing will relieve indigestion than!

their ills. It acts directly upon all the delicate, inflamed SESSION doesn't digest the food, itself and give ,

tissues, purifying the blood, throwing off the clogging the stomach a perfect rest.- r ,'

You can't reasonably expect that .!
Attended matter and relieving female disorders such as irregular
q Largely Meeting weak stomach will
k+ But No. True.Bills Were Returned any regain its "

Was Held By PythiansLast scanty, profuse, painful catamenia prolapse,etc. ', strength and get wen when ,it is l'

... I Also relieves headache, backache, dizziness, : During ..Yester. compelled to do the full work that a '

Night.A cound stomach should do. +'

The best things in life cramps, dragging pains, nervousness, irritability, etc. day. You wouldn't expect a sick' horse }
j
cannot be bought with largely attended 'and enthusiastic jf you, need advice, write us a letter, telling us all to get well when it is compelled to do a ,

money. meeting Knights of of Pythias Damon, was Lodge held No.last 13, your symptoms. We will send free advice (in plain The the grand circuit Jury court.einp, and n led which Mondayin returned full day's work every day of the week. '

one true bill on that day, con- Your stomach must have rest. -
Rut night in the lodge rooms when offi- sealed envelope): Address: Ladies' Advisory Dept., tinued In session .yesterday, but no Ul-sU
a good
,appearance cers to serve the ensuing term were true bills were returned .to the court But it isn't necessary to staroe-your '

\ is a stepping stone elected C. C.-as B.follows F. Wolfe.: The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenri. while It'was'in' session. self in ,order to rest your stomach.

towards, getting the best V. C.- M. V. Johnson. Early the In court the' forenoon that no the presentmentwould Jury notified Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is. a perfect .,. A ? .1 t

M. of W. J. D. Goss.M. be made during the day, .and digestant. It will digest all of the food .: '
1 rings: in life. of E.-F. E. Brawner. AIL,DRUGGISTS SELL IT IN $1.00 BOTI'LES"Jm after civil business ,. r
disposing some
i K. of R. & S. and M. of F.-Dan court adjourned until 10 o'clock' this you eat regardless of the condition of.., =

;ood Bergin. morning. your stomach. '
clothes
are good F. pY.
I :M. at A.-S. Fulghum. '
Judgement by default was ordered
topping stones. Stepin I I. .G.-B. H. Eaton. m.-you' WINE entered in the case of A. M. Avery .
'I O. G.-C. W. Jones.
Kodol .
vs. the J.L Kelly Co., and judgmentby
here for a Dressy Full I Lodge Trustees-J. E. Williams ,B. far advice and by following c1t and CARD U I consent entered In the case of N. ,.,'t 11.'
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R. Witskovskl and L. Carlsen. taking Cardui.Illy Female Troubles .
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were cured."-Mrs.R.S.Wallace Goldring J._ E. Echols.UNLOADING i lE
Suit, $10.00 to $3 .00 I W. O. B. Trustees-W. L. Moyer J. Lavaca Ala. JU OFHANDSOME F Cure) tl
Dyspepsia
G. Welsh, and Daniel Bergin. I ) .
I General Relief Committee; H. II I .

Vick. v For Sour ; '
Indigestion Dyspepsia f
THE
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Hall Trustee-W; L. Moyer.

CTANDARDfLOTHINGfO.JIHIESENUBUILDINGlr Grand .Lodge RepresentativesJ.E. .' MEW, HOME Stomach Flatulence, Headache, Water ,.
J., D. Goss and Daniel
Williams ,Brash,Belching of Gas,Nausea, Gastritis,

?. Bergin. Daniels R.II.. Heartburn and all troubles arising -jam'
Alternates-Abe ; ,

...- I Vick and Endowment B. R. WltskovskL Rank. .. I! ". FOR THE OSCEOLA CLUBClub C CARGO Of THEINGRID from indigestion and non-assimilation' 1' 1'

The Endownment Rank..K. of-P.,! .. .__ of the food. '
TURTON & BELL. also held a meeting last night and I d.UUUUU. i.
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE! 1373.rdak I had dyspepsia In its worst form '
i : was reduced *
I selected officers for the coming year. > Club and to the city. It'Is to be three
Supplier. Finishing Amateur They are :as'follows, : Awards Contract to C. stories in height, fronting about 125: in weight to 118 pounds. After' using two .
President-Henry Horsier. feet on Garden street, and have a and one-half bottles of Kodol I was completely
SPECIAL PRICES IN Vice-President H. Vick. H. Turner to Erect Beautiful depth of 100 feet. The present build- cured and restored to my usual weight of 143 F
D. Goss. is to be removed at 1
early
Secretary-J. ing an
CUT CUSS AND HOLIDAY JEWELRY I Medical Examiner-Dr. H..T. Structure. date and the entire:Jot will be utilized pounds. J.LUTHER JOHNSON. .

N. A. Gahlenbeck 212 S. Palafox St. Wright. I as a site for the new club Tug J. C. Watson, of Mobile, Cleburne Tea:! a

its house. KODOL DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATteUJ.wijCTa Y f ir
New Orleans is celebrated for The architecture will be of the Is .
COTTRELL, coffee. Jackson Square is the coffee WILL COST $46,000.AND WORK IS Spanish mission style, buff pressed Here to Assist in Delaarl.etl.l.U.i4 .. ,ra.r.1 at tb.i.-' I .- .
FJNE PHOTOGRAPHS. from New Orleans. Try it. If.not MAKES THE .tg. i
I brick being the material used in construction d '
will refundits TO COMMENCE NOT LATER Floating Ship. TOMA6H SWEET,. ae' ..,enteait..n.w.a : !
Pensacola. Fla. satisfied, your grocer I with a red tile roof. The ..

cost. THAN JANUARY 15TH AND BE first floor will contain the general reception --- + l
room, reading''' room, parlors, -
R. K; WHITE COMPLETED WITHIN 250 WORK. cafe, kitchen, private dining room Work of discharging the. cagro of t = i
I
h':'maker.Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate and accessories while the second the Norwegian ship Ingrid has now BY'HOOTON'S '
FOR SALE
(ptician.! 30 S. Paiafox'Street Pensacola.. j C COUNTY S SOLONS l ING DAYS. floor will be devoted exclusively to commenced and lighters to be used PHARMACYBankrupt .
a ball room, billiard parlors and a for this Duroose have been securedby I
1 1WID ladies reception room. The third the c contractor, Lee Kimball, of
Told The Osceola Club yesterday awarded floor is to be utilized for bed rooms Mobile who intends pushing the a
Tersely to Chas. H. Turner the contractfor and attached to each will be a private work rapidly. The_ Ingrid Is partly Sale Jt If

Blumer, of Milton was In the IN SPECIAL S erecting its handsome new homeat bath. loaded with cement, and when all of (
the corner of Garden and Baylen While the main entrance to the this is discharged she will be light-
:1 l:' yesterday and was cordially
streets, the contract price being $46- club will be from Garden street ened to a considerable extent. The I I.tll
reeled by his many friends here. 000. Work is to be commenced upon there will be a ladies entrance from cement will be placed in the Com- Monday Dec. 10 at 11 a. m. 'j j r
r, :M. Lovelace, a prominent onto construction not later than January the Baylen street side. mandancia street warehouse- of theL. L
'Jf Brewton was in the city yssirda 15 1907 and tbe building is to becompleted I The entire arrangement of the new & N. :
: > on a short business! visit ,- SESSION within 250 working: days. home of the club shows that it will Mr.: Kimball, who Is to float the the stock furniture and fixtures of the -.i* !
Ai long the, visitors In the-city-res.3 .The new building will be one of the. be modern in every I respect and arranged Ingrid has brought one of his tugs,I "
,-.' \ from Florala. were Wl C. Mciaiilin handsomest in the state owned and I not-only for beauty arid style, the J. C. Watson, to port to assist in I estate of Holst Bros. bankrupt at the northeast -1 1"r'.J; .J
: J. N.- McLean and. L: E. devoted exclusively to club) purposes but also for comfort' and conveni- the work, and while the work of unloading -! j (
jghes. and will be a credit to the. Osceola ence. is progressing the tug will be I of and j
!:
:
Executive Session Baylen Zarragossa streets
:Lengthy used to assist in floating the Norwegian -i corner Ji
!:lli H. Watson of Marianpa/ t chip Heresford, where she was r. '
0law firm' of Price & Watson, was and Little usiness.1 I at work yesterday.Jackson Pensacola, Fla. Each article to be sold sepa- $l :
1\bp( city 'yesterday,a. "sh'orMmi-. v;. JAIL BREAKER McGINNIS : j ;
: ;. iisit i :' t For further information i
Jf-
Transacted in Open Square Coffee stands for rately.. apply to !
The Ladies Benevolent" Association .
quality put up in 25c, 50c and $1.00 :
f temple Beth-El will meet on Fri- Session.The CAPTURED' IN MOBILEAnd air tight tins. It pleases others. Why ALFRED MOOG'J
ay afternoon this week instead of not try It! I ( f -1'
Wednesday as hertofore. Meeting Irustee. -.li
,,ill 1 Vat 3:30::: o'clock.E Board of County Commissioners I .!: .! r t. :
held special meeting last night, ]I of the 'work the last brick was < '
Mosher, of Cromanton, on St. a re DENTAL SOCIETY -" -- ---- --- =---
\nirews; Hay, was in ,the city yester-. with Chairman Avery and Commis- Returned to Pensacola, moved. This was about 10 o'clock ::
'a> en route home from New Orleans sion Sennott, Wiggins, Andrews and 'at night and they did not wait any ii- .
,here he had been to visit his son. Stewart present.. Last Night In Custodyof longer. They crawled through the ELECTS OFFICERS
;:Mosher is enthusiastic over'.the,.' The board first went into executive- opening and, scaling the jail wall I
"Jtare of SL Andrews Bay, and, in I I session and'it was 9:10 o'clock before Sheriff Van Pelt. went north on Tarragona street and -- -
'a" of the whole gulf coast country.'1 the regular meeting was called to walked the entire distance Floma- =t1 !
order. : ton where they separated and took AND HEARS INTERESTING PAPERS f
News was received here yesterday i ij The official bonds of R. L. Xichel- NO ASSISTANCE trains. McGinnis said that he was COILW1CScent$4 ] T
" Harry Hogeboon, of the death of sen and Joseph E. Hawks, justices of SAYS THAT THEY HAD the last one to leave the jail: building. READ AT MEETING is
2s nephew, Thiboa, at his homeear :i A,
Perry the peace W. W. Richards tax assessor IN GETTING OUT OF Hollister being the first.
: fhipley, on Monday. The debased and J. C. Jones:J. B. Perkins and JAIL, BUT THAT REQUIRED After his eScaPe he. proceeded to LAST NIGHT. I- i
leaves: a large number of relates E. D. Bonifay, notaries public, were
New York and went from there by '
': in this city and points along the approved, and will be forwarded by TWO DAYS TO DIG THROUGH cat to Galveston, and later to Mo- r 4 : ,
P. c A road. clerk of the court to the A meeting of the Pensacola Dental .
secretaryof was A
1 tithe THE THICK WALL. I'bile, where he working'when. nr- Nursing Mothersfind ;
("Iunt\ Commissioner T. J. Holman, state when commissions will be is- rested.In Society was held last night, when con-

f Baldwin:: county, spent last night in sued to these officers. Joe :!McGinnis one of the men who sedition to being one of.the witnesses siderable business came before the ..
'!i I i The petition of J. Z. Adams fora in the which body, principal of which was the elec- J1
:* -in and will be here a part of toaving participated jail delivery in the peonagecases; :McGinniswas : "
'a\ < In a supply of Christmas permit to sell whiskey, wines and occurred here in. August, when three held in jail at the time of the delivery tion of officers for the ensuing year. !.
:n r-d for his store across the river beer was read and granted. men escaped from the county jail for petit larceny, and an ad- This resulted as follows: their restoration to full strength p : _

!iron i iluscogee. Mr. Holman still j j"ans I during the night is again an occupant ditional charge has .now been placed President-Dr.. J. H. Mock. and health hastened and completed J'r !
:;;: that Baldwin county is tee of the jail, but on this occasionhe against: him., Vice-President J. G. Heard.
3f'tract of territory beneath the sun. II SERIOUS CHARGEAGAINST is held in one of the cells inside _Says He Will, Escape. I Secretary and Treasurer-Dr. J. W. along Nature's own lines by taking Acme Malt Tonic. ,.',-., : a
the enclosure and not allowed the When he was. locked In jail last ;
t''Ce "" a large amount of copy has freedom of the corridor. McGinnis night after 'reaching here from Mobile Higgins.Several very interesting papers It ministers splendidly to the three vital functions of the ;;;> : '
(a\ been received for The Jour- ""' '
"; Christmas Edition, The BOY wa captured in Mobile and returnedto McGinnis told the jailor'that It were read'and discussed. The paper system-Stood Nerves and Tissue, and through .these it .d', : "
an' the last in of be- .
of few
city custody
night a days
was only a question JI
:r" that commanded the most attention, contains the !
ial's large force of and the entire human It
expert typo- rebuilds restores economy.
Sheriff there
Van Pelt, who went yes- he would make'his escape again. He -
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'.tiical men are using their best however,-was on the subject of "Dead in form ws .
terday after receiving notificationthat said that he got out once ,and that highest percentage of concentrated food properties a ,
:'I: and resolution was proposedand :(
them. Don't Beats a
on wait until too:: DANIEL TIPS, COLORED, ARRCST-
and kick the man was under arrest. he would repeat the performance. Ex- adopted that the members keep readily digested and assimilated by even the most delicate a,
yourself. Send
"Y In now while you have time your tornaro I I ED FOR THROWING STONES The arrest of McGinnis was effected tra precautions, however, are being each other posted relative to this' stomach. Your doctor will recommend it. Call for Acme ...l j \
after he had been to many cities taken to insure his being held a :
!' It and while class. The following committe was all substitutes. / a
we can nine it Matt Tonic and refuse ,
ia the in Mobile
country finally landing
TRAINS ON RESER- prisoner. .
INTO F
::e orcper attention. appointed to look into the les as-
on a boat and securing employment Another Arrest.
of this question: Dr. C. Ray <
I U-!:best in quality but in the reach VATION. with the Rittenhouse :Moore! While In Mobile yesterday Sheriff pect Mitchell Dr. Jno. B. Tiller and Dr. t
-f' Company, of that city. He had been Van Pelt also captured another man t
->rybody-Blue Ribbon Lemon C. L. Smith. At Jill Drugstores, or Direct From Brewery
Vanilla. Absolutely l I In Mobile only a short time when the wanted here. He is Abe Jackson, 1 I Ti.'l'. l'
:\1(".. as far and the -Blue pure Ribbon go Daniel the naval Tips,reservation a negro ,boy residing'. sheriff secured information of his: colored who is wanted for grand lar Are you fond of good coffee Try Made by Acme Brewing Co., Macon, Ga. : ,
on was arrest
whereabouts and immediately laid left here some time since
ls"f is perfection. Ask for theCHAS. ceny. He Jackson Square, the celebrated French
.J(' ,I e. ed there yesterday afternoon by plans to effect his capture. Througha and having an idea where he could be drip coffee. Leading grocers have it.
United States Deputy Marshal Whar- reward offered this was successfuland found; the sheriff upon reaching Mobile 1, 2 and 4 pound air tight tins.
H. BROOKS I ton upon the charge of throwing Sunday night the police of Mobile went in search of the man and I .i;
stones into trains passing over the took the man into custody. He succeeded in arresting him. -- AfMSMJILT TOM :
> :
ASSASSINATED dummy line. denied! that he was the party wanted _. -- : !
!I It is alleged that on Sunday Tips i but the officers locked him up to PRINTERS' UNION BAGDAD.Special
Associated Press. hurled a stone into one of the cars, await the arrival of tire sheriff, who ; i eP
By
and that a lady seated in the coach was notified Monday. I ELECTS OFFICERSA lit
---
!'ana. Dec. 4.-Charles H. Brooke ,
I was struck and .
badly injured.For
.r ." :McGinnis. so the :Mobile! officers I BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANY
ip
assassinated to-night
was some weeks complaints have largely attended meeting of Pen
told the sheriff, was very indignant at I ;
I, <* chair at his home. A shot ( been heard regarding boys throwing being arrested and held in jail and I sacola Typographical Union No. 293 to The JournaL W. T. BED WELL. PRES. AND MANAGER. -1 I
"a; to do an electrical repairing on abort notice. Ring pbone S70 ao I, 'd through the window by an atones at passing trains and an effort so strong were his protests and I was held Sunday afternoon In Union Bagdad, Dec. 4.':-Mr. D, P. BeVllle, representative Prepared: will calL.Y.. T. Bid well. President and Manager 205: S. Bay ten = ;
"n party. Bloodhounds" are one I will be made to. stop the prac- threats to enter suit against the city,I Labor Hall when officers were chosen of DeFuniak Sprinks, visited his street l
all I I tice. that they began to fear that they had,.to serve during the ensuing year. mother and sister here Sunday. .
arrested the man. The' In addition to the election of officers The Thanksgiving service at the '
wrong Large stock of well-selected Jrwetry' m
er even denied that he was Prison-j I the union also had several mat- Methodist church Thursday night was UST RECEIVED I Watches, Silver Novelties and Silver ,
$* oyt.Rea giber the Full Jffllleuativa party when Sheriff Van appeared ters of Importance up for consideration quite well attended and quite a neat S -
mo but as the latter had seen and the discussion and action little sum was collected for the Or Plated ware. Call and get prices before buying. 1
? lI 1c3. oa eVtsryCatsaColdiaOaeDay. him on a number of occasions while I upon these caused the session to be phan's Home. Brent Building. J. F. DAVIS Jeweler. l
io2Dry ,/J'0'>V I IoL 25c he was a prisoner here the man finally a lengthy one.Poor Mr. Jim Hardesty"who worked here
gave up the bluff he was attempting with Sterns & Culver for a year spent'Thanksgiving .
to make, and admitted he - with his Bagdad friends $
was the party wanted. I The Epworth League social was i ;
Told of the Delivery. well attended at Mrs. Green's Friday '
McGinnis then told the sheriff of night and a neat programme was. rendered H. G. DeSILVA & COMPANY < .

Prevent Slamming Doorsills I the jail delivery. He said that J. If Eyesight 1 1may a i
ftf
P. Holltster, the plumber, who was Mr. L. P. Campbell visited home' :'
serving a term In the jail at the same folks Sunday.
time and who also escaped plannedthe come from the use Miss Stella Lowell Is visiting her p
\ ? quite so irritat ng and rasping on the nerves delivery, and being familiar with of coffee. Before getting I sister Mrs. Hub Allan. I Building Material, 4 }
brick work, told how they could easi- quit coffee and use k The skating rink Is still the chief
a' it.slamming door. 'Vie have a good pneumatic ly escape. A trowel, such as used by I. 1 glasses wellmadeiPOSTUMI I attraction.We Shingles and Slate for Roofing rr5t'St"
\u' brick I are glad to learn that ..t
check for $1.25.Saunders. masons was secured, and for 1
two days and nights they worked re- Will Stewart's broken arm Is almost Patent Plaster, Store Fittings 4 ; {
moving mortar and brick from the well again.
east waD of the jail This was not Mrs. Hamlet entertained Tuesday for House Building
Everything
II f
Mill in honor of her sister. :
Company evening
such a hard task as one might Imag J J.r. Wilibel McDonald went home ".*
:Miss
ine as the mortar was kept wet at A REASON" '
hone THERE'S
717. 21 East Canton Sfnwf. all times and was therefore more Sunday to attend the funeral of, her and Repairs. :fr'. *tt

easily removed. On the second night cousin.
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f h e 'mfutola I JOUfnl1I. [j'!sti years generally given showing,'loe'koutl Is covering advocated during and a,labor and period that statisticsare disputes period of 25; l. & BUllmNGI RESIDENrs' :"&''' '''s p A'i



i iI I that over seven million men were af-- jM

I I. DAILY. WEEKLY. SUN A)'.: ,'fected i I and that by the differences total pecuniary of this loss kind to HANDSOME MESSAGE


I PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY [I employers and employees was $150- -- ..

I ... BY... ;000000. .
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The control of corporations is dealt (Continued from Second Paa ) FOR :

I I. THE JOURNAL COMPANY. 'I with at considerable length and the DE OT ouch u jtrvvntoa$oidation as audi .

necessity for national action is strongly but so to supervise and control It as

; FRANK L. MA YES, President an' General Manager I set forth.Industrial. to see that: it results In no harm to the, I Saturday and Monday j

I peopl
training, the welfare of I
Combination of capital, Ute combination -
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. I the farmer irrigation and forest legislation At Flomaton, For Accommodation of labor is a necessary element of .

j ,. t divorce legislation. merchant
It Is
-- Industrial system.
j i : SUBUCRIPTION RATES marine and our outlying possessions .of the Traveling our not possible present completely! to. prevent It. $15.00 and 18.00 i{

One Tear .. .. ..........$ioo One Month .. .. ... .. .. 45 I are considered at some length and and If it were possible such complete

,( Six Months. .. ... .. .. 2 50 One Week. .. .. .. .. .. 10 I legislature to remedy existing evils Public. preT'l'n""n would do damage to the

.' Three Months.. .. .. .. 1 25 Weekly Edition per year..$! (0 suggested.The body politic. What \ve need is not

: I rights of aliens, especially in vainly! to try to prevent all! combination : Cravenettest

i .. i ii view of the present difficulty with Work upon the construction of a bat t> secure such rigorous and I I
i T The Duly Penaacol Newspaper From Which a Detailed handsome new depot at Flomaton for adequate control nod supervision! of
Japan over the refusal of the San
, Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. I the accommodation of the traveling their _
Francisco authorities to admit Japanese the combinations us to prevent
, I ;public has'been commenced by
the ru'lie! or existing In such
I pupils to schools attended by employees of the Louisville & Nashville Injuring I.
I 'I' i form is ia ritaUy to threaten -Injury,
will be
,;: Papers enSale enTrains white children, is considered at length Railroad. The building
{Edlt.rtal..sa I much larger more commodious and for the mere fact that a combination: and
"1 '; PhcIIsBIIDnCfflc.OO I and at all News Stands. and fair treatment is asked-- for modern in every respect than the one has secured practically complete control 'ii $10.00 $125O1 j jIi

I the well for citizensof ) would under
; Japanese as as destroyed by fire and which is only- of a necessary of life
now being The public especially how that such
all other nations. replaced. auy circumstances!:
! Offices-Journal Building-Corner IntencUnola and DeLuna Sts The Cuban question is discussed in I I those who have occasion to cotnbinat.o.i: vas to be presumed to be Ii SEE THEM IN SHOW WINDOW

if detail and after tiling the causes that travel: to any extent will be pleasedto adverse to the' public! Interest. It Is
learn of that the building 4I.
I the fact I -
I i PEXSACOLA FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY MORNING DECEMBER 5, 1906. led to the intervention of the United is now under course of construction. unfortunate that cur present laws I

States Mr. Roosevelt says: 1 Supt. E. O. Saltmarsh when been should forb'd! all ,combinations: Instead {

f Watch for the Journal's Christmas President Roosevelt's I I The United States wishes nothing yesterday by a Journal representative of sharply dbcnmiu.itins between !'il THE M. & O. j jii

t ,edition. It will Interest ybu. !of Cuba except, that it shall prosper stated that while the depot was not those combinations: which* d, good and I
: ,Message to Congress. : morally and materially and wishes within his jurisdiction he could state those combinations which do eviL Rebates -
I nothing of the Cubans save that they that workmen are new engaged in for instance, are:as'often due to j

I :. .. There are nine Smiths 'In Congress. I President Roosevelt's message to I I I shall be able to preserve order among building the depot and he assumed the pressure of big; shippers (as -was j STORE

:, ,i It is to be hoped that at least one is the last session of the 59th congress 'themselves and therefore to preserve I that it will be completed promptly. i t shown in the investigation of the I ii CLOTHING !

: named John. is one of the strongest, most virile de their independence. There has been considerable delay Standard OH company and as has been .

liverances ever presented to that body I'I The conference of American republics -i:I I he stated in constructing the building : shown since by the investigation of I : SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE
due : 321-323 1155
Now that Rawlins is dead the to the difficulty in securing material ; :
, poor and in most respects it forms an excellent at Rio and its value in bringing and men, but .he does net now I! the tobacco and sugar trusts) as to the
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i : Jacksonville Metropolis can stoP. and democratic document. about a better understanding i see any reason for further delay. I Initiative of big railroads. Often railroads ': t..t.$............ ................... ...:

take a short breath. Probably the most striking featureof between the people of the western i The foundation for the buildingwas would like to combine for the I' --

The football world Is anxiously the message is the position the hemisphere is referred to briefly anda placed some months ago, but purpose of preventing a big shipper the vraseworUr; who toils with his Just Rece'ved.
now the construction work the from advantages
- awaiting Walter Camp's decision on president takes with reference to an full report of the president's viewson upon maintaining improper hands and ,who mnst'we hope la a Imported Macaroni. Purest O'J rt ,
has commenced and I
the Panama canal is building proper at ,the expense of small shippers and Increasing measure) also nil pickles Sauer Kra,"' M 'ltoor.! r4
I ie all-Southern football team. promisedlater constantly
: inheritance and
! an income tax. While Monday and yesterday large forces of '
I of the general public. Such a combination FIsh. Pig Feet. Spanish <>ro&, f..iol
something along this line was expected on. The Algeciras conference men were employed and there is now instead of being forbidden by law toil with his brain. Under the constitn- Bread, French Navy Br 1..\I..lag

Uncle Joe is again at the helm and : it was not believed that he wouldgo the destruction seals! on the Pribi- every reason to believe that the work I' should: be favored. In other,words It ( tion the national legislature can. do but fresh Witch and hazel new. $1.00 per gt:1: '
In presumably happy. will be pushed completion rapidly. little of direct Importance for his welfare
Is. consequence lof islands
so far as to advocate a graduatedtax and the second Hague conference should to permitted railroads to Marine Grocery Company
without Uncle Joe would belike I save where he Is engaged In work
.
Congress in both instances. This was a are also dealt with and recom. make agreements,provided these agreements Interstate V. J. VIDAL Manaaar.ALLEN'S,
which it to act under the
f- an egg without salt. mendations'made. sanctioned by the Inter- permits
were
part of the doctrine of the Populist commerce clause of the consti-
Farmer's Alliance The army and navy are consideredat SOUTHERN state commerce commission and were
the
: Florida Railroad Commission to party and f FASTMAILSERYICE conditions tution, and this is one reason why I
length and the president asks that published. With these two
twelve or fifteen years ago and, whileit that both the legislative
Federal Supreme Court: A few so earnestly hope
'Jhe
.- both be at least maintained at their complied with it ia Impossible to see
would not have appeared strange and-jodicial branches of the government -
the decision
t Hiore props like Monday what harm such a combination could
of West coming from a democrat it Is a rather present strength. This was only pos will construe this clause of
j : )nd well.give the people do to the public at large.I.LerIiace
remarkable deliverance from the leader sible so far as the navy was concerned I the constitution In the broadest possible -
Florida a three cent passenger fare; and Income Tax.
:, of the Republican party._ by replacing obsolete'and out The national government has Ions manner.

1 With the conclusion of the Gillettei The president's reference to the worn ships with new ones the equalsof derived its chief revenue from a tariff Tbe Farmer. FINEPERFUME

l i trial the ceasing of the Tampa fair supreme court's*past decision declar-- any afloat "To stop building on imports and from an internal or excise ,The only- other persons whose welfare -
is ships for one year means that the navy tax. In addition! to these there is is as vital to the welfare of the
j and the further postponement of the ing an income tax unconstitutional ,
in worded and carefully goes back instead of forward." The Will Be Abandoned by the every reason why. when next our system whole country ns Is the welfare of the
Thaw case, congress can now come, so delicately
president then refers to the great of taxation Is revised, the national wageworkers are'tbe tillers of the soil.
t and claim the attention of the public I guarded that it is almost laughable. Southern Railway After
value to i the nation of ,the schools at government should impose a graduated the farmers. --
for evident that in PresidentRoosevelt's
is
: a few days. lit very West Point and Anapolis and continuing inheritance tax and, if. possible, a graduated I Several factors must co-operate In
own opinion either the January 5. income tax the Improvement of tbe farmer's condition -
': : The county Judge's office in Leon I says:
present or a future supreme court I am well aware that such a subjectas lie must have the chance to "
county must be an "easy berth" judging old There should soon be an increase in in THE "ALLAN JANICE,
might easily reverse the opinion. this needs long and careful study be educated In the widest possible

I from the number of applications' : but he is careful not to say so in that the number. These of men for our coast defenses. By Associated Press. order that the people may become familiar sims ;ia the sense -which' keeps ever In first and foremost, the J"pc
men should be of the Washington: 4.
""7.Tb. postoffice
D,5 .
for the position but then it is never I I' be
what is to
with
'many words. That however reading proposed view the intimate relationship betweenthe
right and
type properly trained and department to-day announced that it fume that meets the l'man.
hard to find people who are anxious i I'between' the lines in wnat. he does there should therefore,be an increaseof had issued orders. terminating the"al ,done may clearly see the necessity of theory of education and the facts

: to serve the dear people. 'I say is really what the following from pay for certain skilled grades especially lowance for special fast mail serviceto proceeding with wisdom and self restraint of life. of modern society.

In the coast artillery. Money New Orleans January 5. And may make up their minds Organization has become necessary
'his
Count Boni has accepted a position message means should be appropriated to permit The postaster general authorizedthe Just how far they are willing to go in In the business world and It has accomplished THE ALLAN VIOLET

I on a Paris daily paper. and is to ref' i| she question is undoubtedly very troops to be massed in body and exercised statement tonight after receiving the matter. while only trained legislators much for good'in the worldof

ceive one hundred dollars for every intricate _delicate 'and, troublesome.The in maneuvers, particularly, ;in notice from the Southern ',Railway can work out the project In necessary labor. H Is no 1 l less 'necessary for the finest essence ot the \1n-

article published. As leader, in this reached decision oy n one of the majority.court It was Is only the marching.In -- that the double owing tracking to increased of the traffic road and it detail. Bat I feel that ia the near farmers. Sack a4 movement 'as the est violets. Soft and s\vee<\

f'; series of stories he might publish law of the land and of course is accepted conclusion the president' commends would be unable to continue the train future our national legislators should grange movement Is good In itself and the natural flower with an
as
"Lo\e Letters of a French Count." as such and loyally obeyed by the army and navy for read ir known 'as ""Ninety-Seven" after enact a law providing for a graduated is capable of a well nigh infinite fur- ,

all good citizens. Nevertheless the ness and efficiency in dealing with the that date. Inheritance tax by which a steadily Increasing ther extension for good so long as It Is enduring fragrance.

i The death sentence has been suspended hesitation evidently felt by the courtas recent crisis in Cuba .and congratulates The last'session*of'congress appropriated rate of duty should be put kept to its own legitimate business.

t on a great many turkeys. a whole in coming to a conclusion congress for its wisdom In providing 'one hundred and sixty-seven up n'aU moneys or other valuables The benefits to be derived by the association THE ALLAN ROSEis
when considered together with previous thousand dollars for fast mail servicein coming by gift bequest or devise to
mutual advantage
,
They were respited for twenty-six for a national board for the i I, of. farmers for ;
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decisions one subject may the south of ..which one hundred and any Individual or corporation.: There : all the
dajs-Thanksgiving to Christmas. promotion o rifle are partly economic and part roses, fragrant as
practice. The
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perhaps idicate the possibility of devising establishment forty thousand was paid to the Southern can be no question of the ethical propriety -
The executioner will get busy againt a constitutional income tax law of shooting galleries and to maintain train "Ninety-seven." of the government thus deter- ly sociological. Preserratloc.Much .flowers and more lasting.

the end of that time and no further which shall substantially accomplishthe national target ranges in'all large which Irrigation asd Forest
the conditions
results aimed at. The difficultyof %#*%V**& #% # &* %* #* # mining upon any is BOW being done for the COLD CREAM
t.. : delay will be allowed. schools is recommended.r gift or Inheritance should be received. JANICE
amending the constitution is so 54.. *.- states of the Rocky mountains and I I

u It is rumored that the appointment great that only real necessity can jus. H 1a'$ & .w.-'l 11'i CURRENT COMMENT FROM As the'law now stands it Is undoubt- i' great plains through the development smoothes. the roughness .j t
tify a resort thereto. Every effort MR. BRYAN'S COMMONER edly difficult to devise a national In- of the national policy of irrigation and
pf county judge off Leon countyas I .
tax which shall be constitutional. ,I :the skin and for irntn'e; <
should be made In dealing with this SPICY # come ,
COMMENT No
& been declined by John L. Xeeley FROM 7 s !, forest preservation. government
Tallahassee. subject, as with the subject of the THE STATE PRESS. ?: *** $ But whether It is absolutely impossibleIs policy for the betterment of our Inter- chapped faces and hancK u
; of "Judge Neeley" would proper control by the national govern another question and if possible it
sound good to the many friends of the I ment over the use of corporate wealthin 55L1- :ti i"I "Ryan must sol"! declares the New is most certainly desirable. The first nal conditions has been more fruitful is perfection.

former efficient and courteous s interstate business to devise legislation -, York Press. What just after performing purely income tax law was passed by ;I of good than this.nivvree.

tary of the railroad commission.The re-I which 'without such action Familiarity Breeds Contempt.John such herculean labor in the the congress in 1861 but the most Im- LegUlctloa. SAMPLES FREE.

shall attain .the desired end but if L. Sullivan the famous old campaign for Mr. Hughes? portant law dealing with the subjectwas I ram well'aware of how difficult It U

next election of interest to this fails there will ultimately be no pugilist and ex-champlon prize fighter that of 1S94. This the court held to pass: a 'constitutional amendment Let Miss- Watson The lone bandit who held Pullman
: Floridians will be the chairmanship alternative to a constitutional amendment of breeds the world knows that familiarity sleeper full of people near up a Kansas to be unconstitutionalThe f Nevertheless, id my judgment the you our toilet goo s.Hooton's .

I of the railroad commission. The suc- I contempt and at the Tampa City and only realized $65 must question is undoubtedly Intricate whole question of marriage and divorce
Bay hotel where he ia
: \ cessful candidate will, not nave an The president again urges the en- will not show himself stopping oftener he have overlooked the porter. delicate and troublesome. The should be relegated to the authority

i I.'ove"'helmlng majority" as only actment of a law prohibiting corporations 'I than he possibly. can... any He always .1 decision of the court was only reachedby of the national congress. The I

k. three votes can be cast and possibly''I from contributing! to campaign takes his meals In his 'apartments The Pullman stockholders might one majority. It is the law of the change would ,be good from every I, Pharmacy
} funds and a measure conferring upon I Ocala Star. get rid of a portion of that embarrassing land and of course is accepted as such standpoint In particular it would be '
: I I only two of them will be recorded. 1! surplus by helping the,public pay I and obeyed all good citizens. because it would confer the
the government the right of appealin I the wages of the Pullman porters. loyally by good on i The Birthplace' Prompt CSUfif(;
_,- ''mte United States Supreme Court criminal cases upon questions of I State Bar Association. I Nevertheless the hesitation evidentlyfel congress th. power at ,once to deal

: has reversed the decision of the I The proposition to form a state Senator Dryden.will postpone the I by the court as whole in coming radically and efficientlywith polygamy, PHONE 1100:1

trict Court of Florida In the ms-I i law.The proper use of injunctions in labor I bar association at a 'meeting to be pleasant task of having fun with Sen. to a conclusion when considered to- and this should be done 'whether or _____ ._
-
Daclour et al in which the Forbes I held during the state fair, will probably ator LaFollette until he attends to ,a gether with previous decisions on the not marriage and divorce are dealt '
cases is discussed briefly and a I appeal to the members of that little matter of business down in Tren ', subject may perhaps indicate the possibility with. It Is neither safe nor proper ti ORDER YOUR
--- Purchase was In dispute but it is'not I law is suggested that will prevent I profession in Florida. There is hard. ton. of devising a constitutional In- leave the question of polygamy to be

recorded that the court has acted on .abuse of the power similar to that advocated Iy a state in the Union where some come tax law which substantially dealt with! ,by tb,! .several states. Fruit Cake and Pound Cake

the case from Judge McLeod's court I by the president last such organization has not been already Lieutenant Peary gained the "fur I I accomplish the results aimed at. 'the
year. Merchant Marine from
In Wakulla where he held that part I! perfected.-Tampa News. I thest north" but he did not really suffer i difficulty< of amending the constitutionIs I I I
Lynching and mob violence are deprecated Let me once againcall: the attentionof
cold until he askedto PFEIFFER
of the Forbes purchase was not in from the was so great that only real necessity can CHRIS ,
in the strongest terms', and Cease Abusing Governor. tell Vice President Fairbanks aboutIt. the congress totwo subjects concerning
the Jurisdiction of the state in deciding in this connection Mr. Roosevelt says: Now, that the election is a thing of Justify a resort thereto. Every effort which I have frequently before On East Hill-

; that it was not unlawful to fish history would it not be a good idea should be made in dealing with this communicated with them. One is I
I -There is but one safe rule I In dealing with the of the Fruit Cake 33 cent pound
Mn seasons" on the flats of Wakul for certain papers to cease their If the battle of 190S is to be won by subject as subject the question of 'developing American I per
with black,men as well as white men. control the national Pound Cake 30 Cents per pound.
by govern-
abuse of the Broward administrationand proper
the work
la. I the forces of democracy pf chipping. 1 trust that a law embody
I- _ It is the same law that must be applied turn their attention to the mat- preparation must begin now and must ment over the use of corporate wealth ing in substance the views or a major J

The war department has spoiled -dealing with rich' men and ter of advertising the ,wonderful possibilities not be allowed to lag an instant.- In interstate business to devise legislation of the views in the DAILY TOWEL SUPPLY
part expressed report
what the people were led to believe poor men--that is, to treat each man, of our fair state? This is; which without such action Mall on this subject laid before the ...RUNYAN'S ROLLERS...
f merely a suggestion of course.-Pa- The Topeka Herald is wondering If attain the desired end. but if this fails DA"
whatever his EVERY
was an exciting., thrilling example of; color his creed or his house at Its last session will be passed. A CLEAN TOWEL
latka TimesHerald.All the Japanese want the Philippines.Some MONTH-
there will be alternativeto $1X0 PER
no
r romantic love In the case of Mrs. social position with even handed"jus.tlce one must have been telling the constitutional ultimately amendment It seems to me that the proposed measure Phone 842 rings. M, G RUNYAN.

l Heidt who was Miss Mabel McKln-!I on his real wort has a man." Favored Drainage. Herald that the Japanese were growing a is as nearly unobjectionable as any Pensa o.*. Florida. t

ley, when. the latter as the reports! In dealing with the question of caplal :At the banquet at the Tampa Bay flighty. Indnitrial Trminlnff. can be.
Industrial
-
Our
development depends
i paid, against positive orders stowed and labor the, president pays his hotel .the other evening of the press The Cnrrencr. there tas !1"1
I I gang of the state you ought to, have Foraker and Dick carried largely upon technical education including call lOur body adjourned
herself away in a transport to Senators I especially your: attention to the -
going -
: respects In.no uncertain terms, to I the drainage and anti-drainage In this tern all industrial edu fluctuation in the fa crest o
; seen Ohio "without reserve, and if President second turf condition
the Philippines in order subject, of our ':
to accompany :"preachers of mere discontent" v'ho.1 boys mix. We really believe they Roosevelt can! find any comfortin cation-from that which fits a man to laws. The national bank money froc; 2 per cent t-> :CO: ptr co -

", her young husband. The war he avers, are the cause of much of i gave the solution to the Important that fact he is entitled to It :. be a good' mechanic, a good carpenteror currency has act and the Cactus Ion was even gr'...'..

department called an investigationand the trouble. Such men the presidentsays I question. Put that press gang downat out reserve." blacksmith to that which fits a man ably served great purpose In ald- during/ the preceding sir months :

it now turns out that the pretty are "sinister demagogues and Lake Okeechobee and they would "wIth.'I'I to>> do the greatest engineering feat Ics the enoraoas business development secretary of tn* tr: sary: bad to '. ;>
drink her dry inside of week-St. of the country and within ten tt*
!f. neice of the late president was not foolish Visionaries" who are really: the I Petersburg IndependentThat a "Do you know what sleep The skilled mechanic, the skilled workman years there bas Increase In In and by iris- action put n stop to

f even on the ship with her husband. I'worst Queries the San Antonio Gazette. To I can: best become snch by tech t.rntan most violent period of oscilntlca
enemies of the cause they profess circulation ter capita from $21.41 to .'
f
l be sure. it is the thing we would enjoy especial planrlons
,, Fifteenth Amendment.It nical Industrial education. The far I I do not press any
Count Boni when refused admitr to advocate. if we didnt have to get up so $33.03. For several jears evidence has recently been rr--
tance to the house of his former wife. | The need of a law limiting the number would be just as well for democrats early in the morning. I II I reaching usefulness of institutes of been accumulating that additional legislation plan have committee of ba=s-
and especially the people of the technology and schools of mines or of posed by expert
t_ i few days struck the concierge of hours of employment of railway '' Is nedctj. -The'Tecnrrence of which are ;' .l".':
ago
:
toe plans
south to keep quiet about the repealof engineering! Is now universally acknowledged ers. Among
.. a heavy blow with his cane causing employees is advocated as a step the fifteenth amendment to the I The Cedar Rapids Gazette is demanding and no less far reachingIs. each crop reason emphasizes the defects bly feasible and which certainlyreceive .1>0Jd

f that worthy to reel with blood spoutIng In the direction of a general eight. constitution of the United States. It take cognizance that the of pure the food railroad inspectors eating Is. effect of a good building or mechanical of the present laws. There must jour consideration Is tba'. rf'I

t \ from his scalp. and then the hour day. In this"" connection the is practically In abeyance by the com I II house sanwich. The Gazette Is: paving trades school, ,a textile or soon be a revision of them, becauseto peatedly! brought: to your flttet iD bY
of the of all leave them as they are means to Incur :ry.
mon consent people sections I of tte tn--.
president claims
That an eight hour of being the present secretary: _
the accusation watchmaking
i count jumped into his auto and of the country.It -is a time for way for an )j or engraving school liability. of business disaster. Since
wheeled awarf the count follows day on the Isthmus of Panama would sawing wood and saying nothing in O.3 advocate of ternal1sm. I In every possible way we should help (Continued on Seventh PafltB"

I f his former wife to America when she;'be absurd as conditions there are in this section. We may revive the torpid -

r comes and seeks admission into her every way different from what. they creature into new life and activity -

f home here it would be advisable for'are in the states. It would be equally ma/ start anew the, bilious north tongues :" : | ; wtm.frememna
of the negrophiles the
;
:, him to ,be a little easier In his man-absurd says Mr. Roosevelt to bother who are now silenced by the trend of

: ner or an American butler might put as to whether the necessary work Is events and the" acquiesoense of the lor Wwiii

Anna Gould to the necessity of call- done' by alien black men or by alien mass of the people in the conditions : Only
which obtain. We might start Into
} Ing an ambulance to carry his yellow men. -
of Garrisonand .
reanimation the -
spirit -
;
... ..
I honor's remains to an undertaker's' A commission of conciliation and and Whitman and :Phillips. Let:

; 11hoI -arbitration. lor ti' settlement oflii1'1iiiiail wen enaneh alone_7eu" T.i8L- Equal to any SI.OO preparation on the market.



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PEOPLE AND EVENTSBY


LADIES' TAILORED SUITS t4



AURELIE MAREAN BERNARD.


S i No., 689 Before 3 P. M. I
Telephone No. S3 After 3 P. M. OF I .
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...- I Each one of them hand tailored. They came to us from I' "f'u

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The In South Tourist Florida.Season Vie Journal's Daily Fashion Feature 'the very best manufacturers of Ladies' Suits in the country. I fUI fH_ j

I ae tourist season has begun with 4 :

i'. 'I ngeance i:_s dozens and of tourists nearly to every Florida.train m We cheerfully recommend them to you. Now you have \, ,;' 1 : jll j !:


,-. ne;m! up Southern and fast the With portion sidewalks this of itinerant the and state drive-pop.Is / ,- -i ;) Hi been waiting for this opportunity. For the next four days, 1 1i : i':1if


,,'e..'?.aiare. *&escapes a," filled hose with And sharp the really."eight eyes they seeing noth-do ', m we will give 25 per cent discount on them.. Think of! saving i m! t /if I


,?*m to get so much enjoymen out .;'. t' one fourth of the price of a nice suit. :
: life, and do so heartily appreciate I m :
"?mg:; what is to be seen, that one i ( :
nally envies their happy care-free ;j
,*.s and here today and gone to- lifti
arrow distances.t CHILDREN'S CLOAKS ;
tV
> is always easy for a native topot' I fj.j r.ij
a tourist, for they come in

-rm,wn the with fields what and appears byways to be loaded the t4 I i I G+ I One-third. off on. the price of every Child'sCloak m A i ;" :

JUst useless and ugly weeds and 1rI 1 '
tbbish that can be found anywhere. :1'

its The with girls long invariably festoons drape of Spanish their j in our store. Every one maked in m L F' i't

oss, which if they only knew it, is EWMHV

mds ill of ants The old and ladies bugs generally of different have I plain figures, and just as represented. They fini ;,) ;"i" : ;1

!ants of various kinds consisting 3
I should sell of them 't
, ,Bayonet acstly of the saw men's palmetto pockets and generally Spanish every one by Saturday .-' ; j. : : I

,'ulge out with oranges given them at I ,
cme packing house. night.WATSON. ;
ft)
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And speaking of oranges-what a I i t, i
delight the groves ol South Floridaare lN ___ !, ,I f
getting to be. The beautiful fruitis 't ': _' f 1ru i t
turning now from radiant green to
shining gold and the crop this year
i'!'h> immense. Even tiny trees whose aI ': I' ;

: heavy limbs weight.fruit are too are poroped slender up to under hold their the PARKER G REESE CO. I rt


Crowds oi men are now at work in
I the groves:: picking and packing I I Ii .. ii EVERYTHING TO WEAR.* RI I
; :
: oranges and it almost seems as if the : :
freeze which caused nearly every
South Floridian. great loss and misfortune i I II

tbat ,these was beautiful only a passing groves dream had sprungup and ? I ? 1 ?2 Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa. J; I.R, J Jthe

very quickly ,to take the place of 1 '- -
'hose which, in one night withered 'i point clear through his cheek. was captured by the hostess. The'f
,nd died causing the loss of thousands However no serious results are anticipated next meeting will be with Mrs. Geo. Ii
of dollars to the people of the I. though the accident was Hoffman at her hospitable home 803 A.t'!I' ;
t
were."tate. whose main dependance- .they 1 t quite a painful one. East Belmont street. I Fine Feathers Make Fine Birds > ; 1 .

Still the people of South'' Florida 1t < Mr. and Mrs:''Wiley McDavid will Mrs. B. S. Bernard and son returnedto
will noveiNBgaia pin their faith to the their home in Pensacola yesterday.
: this week to number 620 North '
move
is
.range grove ai.d really they are now Seventh Avenue: I Mrs Beatrice llarean, of Ocala Mrs. When your prescription delivered to you j?
+ml}" a scondary consideration as thethriving'gardens b I Bernard's mother will join her and .neatly labeled in.good, readable writing:; wrapped : "' 7 I
on ail sides will tes- Mr. Leonard Whaley, youngest son her sister Mrs. Owens some time be-
0l in a secure, tidy way, you at once get the i
ufr c of Dr. and :Mrs P. H Whaley left fore Christmas and will make her ;
Rows,and trowsof'dark green straw- last'week for Lootevllle where, he will home with them in future. I impression from the looks of the outside that \ 1
berry plants white with blooms are in ,,. ; :
spend some time. ''
*licence 'and great tender heads of : Miss Lizzie Ambrose of Palatka, the inside is all right 1' ,\ '
lettuce and cucumber vines yellow Fla,. is the guest of her sister Mrs. r I "
Mrs. Rowe Sch1IJ'ler.wh ,
Livingston
R- L. Bryans. She will remain You can be pretty sure that when we display :
with bloom, go far to prove I that the --------- has been the admlredguest of sever- .: "
Florida cracker" has at last realized Mrs. Henry Baarg, and Miss Madge al weeks., 1 50 much care with the outside, that we take extra '.j'F
'h? wonderful facilities of the soil DINNER OR 'THEATRE GOWN OF' SilK' AND LACE. .
upon which his home stands the old Maclay'friends.Jfcr is non Ocala the guest of, The kind. you ,want-Blue Ribbon precautions to make the inside all right. Wewill t ';

.range stove now being only a valuaolp I The illustration shows a gown which which were tucked to curve about?the .:..- x'a. Vanilla. Absolutely, pure goes twIce' send after your prescriptions and send r. ;
as far and the "Blue Ribbon Flavor"is
part of the whole. would be suitable for evening affair hips, a fitted tucked girdle being attached
;
any Capt.T S. Caro, who has been in .i
perfection Ask 'Tor the 25c size. \ them back to ou. :
in princess effect. The bodice )
at which a low-neck gown is not Norfolk, Va., for some time, where he iI l
trimmed with ,wide bands of
BurkeBazzellVedding required. The skirt which was of heavy was lace arranged' in bolero effect went as a delegate to the I National Let us fill your prescriptions. We have filled } J
Convention of Bar Pilots, has re-
To-Nighv. pale blue'taffeta" figured with a flower the underblouse being of pale,,blue ..1
returned to his .home InPensacola: [ : : AMUSEMENTS."Isle .: ever) two hundred thousand since we have been ;
Miss Jennett Bazzell daughter of pattern was finished around the bot cliffon. The top of the sleeves was of
'lIt late Comadore Wm. Bazzell andi tom with a deep hem of pale blue vel- tucked chiffon the edge of the sleeves The card,party and dance usual on in business. i
\ :-, Sarah Bazzell cf this city will vet and a pale blue pink which and the jacket being finished with silk Wednesday nights will be given tonight .1 ,
,+H married tonight at eight o'clock at repeats the color of the flower pat. ball fringe. Pale blue velvet bows at the Progress Club. Last week t -
'le home of her mother on West Gar- tern. The "upper part of the skirt was were used on the front of the bodice the club entertained with a Thanksgiving of Spice" I :
'I'j n street to Mr. Harry Burke for- cut with circular sides, the tops of and on the sleeves. ball which was largely attended -! W. A. D'Alembertet
!nif.lv of Glasgow Ky., but'now a resi- and greatly enjoyed by the mem-! Leslie Leigh Harry Griffith Jack S j '
,tent of Pensacola.Miss I Leslie W.' H. McGraw Blanche Holt, : .
Bazzell has lived In Pensaccla the business men. He is superintendent !!girls wore, afterwards to the basket: bers.Mr. and ,Minnie Chombaler head the cast I
'1' of her life and has many friends, of construction for the Pensacola ball game between the two school : and Mrs.iL'J. Owens who I of principals of the "Isle of Spice" Druggist and Apothecary : i [ i
in wish her great happiness She is electrical company.! teams. spent last week, in Ocala have returned company which comes here almost direct -
t
; bright and attractive young lady and The young couple will be married by!I The host and hostess made the occasion to their home in Pensacola.I from a long and most success- 121 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 109 :.
!noted for her sweetness of disposi- Rev. P. H.,Whaley, and the attendantswill as homelike as possible and During their absence Mr. and Mrs. ful run-'at-the Majestic Theatre New >f I It
tOil be Miss Etta Bazzell maid of every moment of the time was enjoyed Owens had the misfortune to York City. The company numbers
.lr, Burke is a recent acquisition to honor; :Mr., Gam ,Gonzalez, best man: by the pretty corterie of guests who their house broken into and have.. sixty people,in all and is said to be ,
i1\>;; city, but during his short stay has Miss Marlam Oldmixon. bridesmaid I included Misses Florence Beckwith: a, number of valuable ,articles. remarkable the unusually large J t
is:ace many friends. especially among and :Mr. Geo. Eazzell, 'groomsman.The Margaret Williams and Alice Munner- number of,really pretty young women. .... .. .......s... ...........a.........
ceremony will be witnessed only lyn of Jacksonville; :Miss May Hoke Miss Lucie Whaley expects to leave' The chorus and ensemble work of the ; WATCHES I
by relatives I and intimate friends. I of Jensen and Miss Jane Stillman of at an early date for a visit to various I "Isle of Spice" have also been the DIAMONDS, JEWELRY |

NIP IT IN THE BUD. The brides costume will be of white I Pensacola. points in North Carolina. I subject much favorable criticism. CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSE !
chiffon cloth. She will wear a bridal The organisation will be presentedhere "
First Appearance of Dandruff! a Fore- I ; -1'
runner of Future Baldness. veil and carry bride roses. I PERSONAL MENTION. Mrs. Furgerson was the hostess at i at the opera house Friday night"At STERUNG SILVERWARE, | : :f

That such is the case has been For the present the young people : the last Euchre meeting'Club.of the The Friday first After-I' ART POTTERY OPTICAL GOODS. 2 '.1 ;
{will make their home at the Almira noon prize :
'Delusively proven by scientific re- Mr. Rob. Jordan of New Orleans is Mrs. VInce the Yale. ]Ii
!linn, corner of Garden and Baylen was won by Fauna '
,:-ch, Prof. Unna. the noted Euro-;'!streets. in the city visiting old friends. second by Mrs. Baker and the boobyNO Mr. Paul Gilmore will be seen here i CUT GLASSWARE | i .
caa! skin specialist declares that Saturday night in his new play "At _
undruff is the burrowed-up cuticle! : The little son' of Mr. and :Mrs. J. E. Yale. The Roanoke Times has the Y = &i
(it i the scalp caused by parasites de-I Little Miss Whiting de la Rua met with quite a serious accident MEDICINEBut following to say about the attraction: J .,
-'ro-ing: ; the vitality in the hair bulb. Gives Birth- y-P rty. 11 yesterday The little fellow Change cf Food Gave Final Re '"As the name indicates it is a college = Engraving and Fine Stationery. i ;
The hair becomes lifeless, and in fell from his carriage and In' some lief. ] play on the order of "Strong- = "I i(
time, falls out This can be About ten ol the tiny friends cf little I I but r .
pre-
manner fell upon a buckle which,was heart, tnd some of the others
v'entedXewbrog. Carolyn Whiting& have received; invitations on the strap of his carrlage.'and ran Most diseases start in the alimentary still there is sufficient difference to ; "
Herpicide kills this dan- to a birthday* party to be canal-stomach and bowels.A lend novelty, and it is full of interest i Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention. I :: '
druff germ, and restores, the hair to given by the little girl -grandmother I great deal of our stomach and and action from start to finish. The i
its natural softness and abundancy. :Mrs. Clara Whiting, to, celebrate the i I bowel troubles come from eatius too new play gives Mr.,Gilmore a chance t.
Herpicide is now used by thousands first :rear that Carolyn has spent in much starchy and greasy food. his wonderful versatality I
to display
of people-all satisfied that its this great big world. "The Best Is What We, Sell" The stomach does not digest any to a more marked,degree than any in i E. QZadekJewelryCoar i i
', the most wonderful hair prepara- The party will be trom three o'clock of the starchy food we eat-white which he:has :been seen here. Thereis I '
on en the market to-day until about half ,after four Friday af- MAKE bread, pastry potatoes oats etc.-, a vein of comedy running throughthe J J riwS1f -
A NOISE
For sale by W. A. D'Alemberte, ternoon and it is to be'hoped that the LIKE these things are digested in the piece that is delightful and is 6t. f .. ** ia T+ FNlRIt r
nigglst and apothecary 121 South guests will refrain from putting their small: intestines, and If.we eat too carried out with admirable exactness. -
'UafoT street send lOc in little toes In their mouths or grabbing An Order -- }
or: stamps pink much as most of us do the organs "The supporting company and stage
: sample to the Herpicide Co, De- the one lone candle, _off of the that should digest this kind of food setting were all that the play required '
-L
_'olt Mich. big birthday cake, ,which will surely I are overcome by excess of work so :and. added very much to the FRIDAY NEXT
'I be in evidence, Hello, Central Giveme that ,fermentation indigestion and along production. Mr. McClain as Dave Coe's Book Store. :
I' Christmas Card at
I Carolyn Is a'dear, pretty littte thin;. 391.!) Hello 'is that I train of ails result. ;'Hurleigh, the man who tried to win will be Day ,
II"" ,u -::.I,. "JlL 't 0'L'I'' cD 3s.II'.1P and will do all.In nee power to entertain .' I Too much fat also Is hard to digest the girl and used every effort! both They are displaying one of the handsomest lines \J' t,

her guests. Rosenau & Gereld's?' l and this is changed Into adds fair and foul to, do so, ,was well played brought to Pensacola. Come, everybody, and Ii IiJ' I
Yes ma'am. I sour stomach belching gas and a and the frequent hisses that greeted ever _
HOT CAKES The Misses Rosasco I .bloated, heavy feeling. 'his appearance showed; that he had see these beautiful goods.! ;;
Have Returned Home.Miss Have you got in your la these conditions a change from made himself a thorough villian. 33 SOUTH PMLHrOX STRtfT }
81 WITH stock of iwJ-ijostlHp! foods( to Grape-NuU will -Mr. Glltoore' has scored another COE .s BOOK STORE Brent BvfM'n Phase 23S .,j. ,
Anna and Miss Adah Rosasco! new ,work wonders In not only relievingthe success and the large audience last .
MAPLE SYRUP the lovely daughters of Mr. and Mrs. distress but in building! up a atteated::approval by repeated i. i
W. S. Rosasco have- returned from KOSHER SAUSAGE?: strong digestion clear brain and night curtain calls and ,would not let up .0N..N.NNN1.BNli' 88N 6 !.1N;.Kf1111...1.....t: :
AND GOOD. their trip abroad. Yes ma'am. Btfjdy nerves. A Wash. woman until 'he 'had come out and made a 1
These young ladies have had a :writes: little speech which was neat and to : You ml>.;ht ,.A vtn get one right T 1
BUTTER most delightful trip which has lasted What kind have you? : "Aoout five years ago I suffererwith the point. He Is assured of a cordial today becaus; sooner o* later :
nearly two years,' and which' gave We have I : bad stomach-dyspepsia, ia iiRehtlon -, welcome every time he comes to Roanokejl : you're bound to be a -ito .
them excellent educational advantages. constipation-caused. I know flafcer." Us the &:** : p
:Make a dish fit for a Fresh Salmon........ I toort, ij'
Miss Adah, who Is well knownas >25cL Ib 'from ecting starchy and greasy : fun o'it- ,Jest J-
Fresh .......... ..20C1 .
kin j. Just the thing for a vlolinls ,of great ability, will return Ring Bologna Cervelat....; 15c-ti Ib>_ I "'f doctored for two years without I ,..Ben-..Dunham' ,Exhibition. 11.00 ip *' t' ,
to New York after the first of Link aologna..1 c Ib j-any i(nefit. The doctor told me I Little Miss Stone will entertain you Z $35. :
breakfast these morn- January and re-enter the conservatorj!! La-ge: Bologna' ...._.........15c IS) there was no care for me. I would with the,great Dunham's at t3e opera .
Swansdown Cake of music. Wienerwurst........_..I5c Ib .not eat'anything ,without suffering: serere house.M9adSiJec.10. **>*'* miss It. : :
ings. ... _... 0
Flour.Vestmoreland 'I he young ladies stepped' over fora Srnoicsd We Have Tongue.Also He? Beef Fat.3lb .ZSe..' iy- I' 'pains in my back and side and I An elaborate program has been aranged. i OD.A. .f ; J
few hours to visit their sister Miss Pails! .45c became: discouraged. .
and Log Cabin Maple\ Edna Rosasaco who Is a student at 5-Io Pails.......................75c : "A friend recommended G.apeNufs : ,t -- .. -.. '.. ;:'It'
end I began to use It In less I IMPORTANTTRANSFERS '. In long "
the Agnes Scott.Institute' All right I'll come'band > 5. <3s
Syrup. I' than) two weeks I began to feel Letfer -! IN DIPLOMATIC SERVICE : winter en:> ; ," 'i
THANKSGIVING DINNER get sonic. Goodbye.DON'T and inside of two months I vas: .. j togs.! *hnKbt\ "tl/ :
i oclatedPres
,FOR FLORIDA' GIRLS, .FOKGST :THE -.p A: .--.. j I,flivcll....:wripap ,and have.,J>een_ .*vcr WaiEIcgfon.> By As TJec 'Henry White. Z are the ttlar Any : 'If,
Sol Gahn & Do.ure Mr, and Mrs J. P,., Beckwith grave a, i iI I si11re.. I.American ambassador to Rome will body can tale then Its i i.eaty.
delightful little Thanksgiving dinnerto I: "I can! eat 1.thing I wish with be transferred in the near fature ,to .W. instruct you. Get a : s, ; ; s i l
the Florida girls at St Mary's Roseo3DGerellsTHE ( pleasure' : : We eat Grajx-N'uts..and Paris-where'-r---IU' succeed RobertS : Kodak to-day. Learn to tk #. r'
The Food Store. school Raleigh. :)*..chst ThursdlI. : ). 'cream for breakfast and are very McCormickT..cite will be succeeded tures and amuse TfI rse1t. ,'
SoythweU Corner Palafos! and lntende cia I.I.The dinner was given at the attrac FANCY GROCERS 1 fond of It" Name hen by PostumCa. : at Rome by Lloyd C. Griscom : GEM BOOK STORE. PHONE: 230. : f':": .:
'tive Cafe Girshe, and, the table was i I' 1 116 1 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. Battle Or<*Jw :Mich. Head the" American! ambassador ,to .f '
at present -
Phones W I '
1480., ,beautifully decorated with pink and I J II JiUl* book*.wrbLRoa4.to: :- UT1UE!, 'Brazil Q..e..t..H..t : .t..M }
I d :white 'chrysanthemums: which the Phone' 391 f UQ I pkgs. "There's" a rea _. .



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LIST OF DESIRABLE 'I If You Pay 1AZ1ESTATE
: 'II and $25.00 per month buys a 5-roora cot

I ?__ i tage on East Jackson street car line-
$1600. $20 a Month
NEW CITY MAPSJUST


: I PROPERTY] FOR SALE] I $4200-Elegant 7-room dwelling on East Rent MoneyYou

Hill or car line-lot 90H25A feet-

bath, gas, etc. will pay out in
I One-story dwelling' on West Government street, near DeVIIIlers St $ 950.00
dwelling on Spring street near Romana,' with lot 40 feet ten years, including interest RECEIVED

One-story front ...... .... ...... .......... ........ 10.................-. 3600.00 : modem 6 cent the
at
$3500-7-room dwelling eft North per ,
Block of ground well situated ind eontatnlng 21 dwellings, all new .
and rented, rent at $1600 per annum, If sold at one. .............11500.00 i Hayne street-all modern. enormous sum of

Desirable corner on the.West end.with good $Improvements, renting Safest Investment in
i at $''50 par annum ........... .......... ................... 3300.00 i $3163.20.Enough ., -
Splendid 'Investment on Baylen street near Government, property $2500-4-Room dwelling on North Hffl SHOWING
now renting at $740 per .annum.................................... 6850.00 bath gas and aQ modem. to buy yourself the World

; Desirable piece of property on Intendencla street, near Palafox' &350.00. a- fine home, or more
Store with good dwelling attached. upon large corner lot, on the All additions, sub-divisions and
West End, splendid business 'location ............................ 2650.00 than the amount necessary changes in names of streets together

t Seven desirable lots on the corner, fronting the bay near the bush i Penaacola Is growing fast and with Information
'. i ness center ......... .f......... .................................. 3500.00 LESLIE E., BROOKS to buy a piece of before a great while will have a buyer or seller of Real necessary Estate, to or the the
Ten lots on desirable comer of North Baylen street, splendid Inveet to population of 50,000. Buy in any
men ............ ............................................... ..... 1800.00 property yielding youa desirable section of the city. It owner of property In the

We can rent or sell a number of houses of 4 room, upwards, at once, as + Real Estate monthly income of $30or will five years.double In If value improved in the will next net

we have a great demand for them. : I from 10?to 12 cent on your
I $360 a Buy propI you per City of Pensacola
Vacant lots also handled by us to advantage. and Insurance.Phone year. investment.
We insure property at lowest rates. install-
erty now on the ,

-- 462. 112 S. Pa1afoxForSaile., ment plan and own'your This map Is up-to-date in every par.
Real Estate Owner. have you ticular.
i 'ii'iii own home. See us quick. property of any kind anywhere In
HOOTON & WATSON Penoacola for sale We are In PRICES
touch with many Investors both
i In and out of the city. It will
THE RENTAL AGENTS be to our mutual advantage If you Mounted Maps on Roller and

(()) McDAVID-lYER CO. win call in or write us. Linen '.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. $2.00

I Real Estate Insurance and Loans, I Ii Pocket Maps .. '.. .. .. .. .. .. 50c

Afrits New York $4250-Gets a very comfortable 7-

Mo 37 S. Palafox Street. Phone No. 54. t I $3000 .. Life insurance Company. room.convenient 2-story to modern car line house.and
100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST.. close in. Leased to Sept HOOTON & WATSON
.............................................e... Phone 700. Pensacola, Fla. 1.. 1907. Bargain.

for 212 West Wright street
'-
>'- "The Rental Agents.

HELP WANTED. WANTED.MISS a very desirable 8-room and:
$2500-5 beautiful building lots,
I hall residence with large lot: East Gadsden street.. over Peal Estate Insurance and Loans
.WANTD-RrUabIe cook. white or colored DORA NICHOLSON announces to looking the bay. each 40x-
; also first-class washerwoman too her customers that she will soon make 132-6 feet. :
family washing. Apply. at 518 North her last order before Christmas. Anyone IHIOl 1E No. 37 South Palafox St.
Palafox St. 5dec4t wishing to order hosiery. skirts corsets.
etc.. will please notify her at once and $4500For I
' ''WAS'TED-Evef7 physician In town to she will call. Must send orders off by <
tell his patients of the virtue of ClllCJ.ETS. the 7th inst. Phone No. 1533. Address new two-story, 8.room house with L.S.BROWN5CO.
: 503 Hayne. 5dec2t two halls and two large galleries; an Nice and hall cot
-rom
artistic, up-to-date home. with all modem *.
SMALL. COLORED BOY wanted at the W.Ll\'TED-Every sweetheart In town to improvements situated on car line on "WE SELL LOTS"
4dec2t ask him for tage new nicely finished
.New Method Laundry. ClUCLETS.IWA1'o'TEDPosltJon high point the ,
west corner overlooking of 16th avenue bay.and at Jackson south- Phone 918 Thiesen Bldf. .....................................................
: WAN'rED-A..1h1. to help around kitchen. I by experienced ste street. large front and:back gallery, .
Good wage to right party. Apply 613 nographer. Legal work preferred. Can
East Government street. Chas. Erikson., furnish good references. Address E. L. closets throughout house

, 4declw J.._Box 278. 4dec2w Money to loan at lowest market rate city water; lot 50 by 13731,1on NEW CITY LOTS $225 'i

:WANTED Lumber inspector (expert). at W.A1\TED-Every wife In town to ask of interest. '
the blocks
Muscogee, steady Job and good wages her husband for CHICLETS.WANTEDTo Mortgages on real estate in this city corner,.. two I FOR SALE. $2 Cb per
W. It. Vaughn ,
tot Rood man. Apply '
6 apt.. Muecogee.}'la.. or S. S. 1. Co.. rent a show window for bought and sold. from: car line, riice i ; neighbor- .
. Office. Pensacola 2dec3t about thirty days. Must be on Palafox All of the Maxent Tract west of "C" FOR SALE-Bargain in 6-room cottage month. No interest
hood. Be r
sure and look
: street. This is wanted for a nice clean street now for sale. at I at Cottage Hill. Fla. Terms to suit. One i iiON
WANTED-Helper as dress maker. GoodY business for the holidays. Address Box this if acre fruit. flowers and garden. Address !
P&. Apply 623 North Hayne SL.I 48. Asheville N. C. Idee you want. a home, Egbert BealL Cdeclw* EASY TERMS no tales. A free i
I Mrs E. E. L-ger. Jdec3t $2,450.00
WANTED-YOUJ1& German farmer desires FOR SALE-I second-hand safe. 1 roll- I :
WANTED Four boys with wheels for position. Thoroughly experienced. Edu- Fisher Real Estate top desk and 1 dray all in good con- Abstract :
ofllr work. Salary JI8 per mqnth. Ap- cated at German Agricultural Academy. Agency dition. Apply IL F. DeBroux Warrington. .
ply W. Car. Journal. dee I Not afraid of work.' Address Max Schohr. Fla. 28novlw

WANTED Lumber marker for export Century, Fla.: Ideclw COLLECTION OF RENTS A J. W. Bullock Jr. FOR SALE-House and lot at 1013 East i i

milL Address Home Mill Co.. Bohemia. LETTERS do the trick. They are the Jackson street. $1600. Apply to G. A. -
Fla. Ideclw best trade-getters. They get to the SPECIALTY. Dohlstrom, 1013 East, Jackson street. or
I business mans heart and not tbe waste. 818 South Palafox. Zlnoyjm5FOR ii THE GREATEST BARGAIN SALE OF BUILDING I
Pione 87. 206
WANTED-Men to learn barber trade. i basket. The Mares Printing Co.. have S. Palafox St Real Estate and Mortgage Loans
Few weeks completes; tools given. wages a new process that makes typewritten Room 302 Brent Building. 0 :== ==== ===: === .
Saturdays: shops furnished new. Great letters cheaply and perfectly. Phone 181 SALE CHEAP-Second-hand buggies -
demand for graduates. Write for cata- will bring a representative. -.2* West and wagons. If you want a bar-
logue. Mohler Barber College New Or- Government street. Idee 'MONEY TO LOAN. Phone 637 gain in a second-hand vehicle of any description j
leans. La. Id w.WA1I."TED SEWING W.A1\TED-Prices reasonable. ... ley, Fla. call or write W. E. Taylor.23novlm Chip. i LOTS EVER OFFERED IN THE CITY OF PENSACOLA :

three Mrs. F. E. Perdue. 221 North Cavelloa UNLIMITED amount money to loan .
AT ONCE-Two or on
good glazier Apply in person. Saun- St:, phone 1188. idee all kinds personal property on short FOR SALE. I FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mehlen ..
ders Mill Co. Brent road. 2Sno\lw notice. Terms easy. Get my rates before & Sons' piano In handsome rosewoodcase. .

WANTED close in. Will TO lease RENT it-if A terms large are house de going South Falafox.elsewhere. Star Loaa. Co.4novlm. 11814 FOR SALE Large furniture wagon In by.calling A bargain.at the Kandy Piano Kitchen an be. Soct.Been I have 40 lots between 9th 10th and 11th streets and betweea *+

sirable. Address Mrs. A. M., Clare JournaL : good condition. Apply,Fisher Real 18th and 19th avenues; two blocks from the East Hill car line 1

BOARD AND ROOMS.Nicely 27nov 5000.00 to loan on good security. Pensa Estate Agency. .. ''''T(''./ 'noy FOR SALE and Immediate delivery one i block from the bayou. I offer this property at 22500 ,per lot J2;- ';) 4

WANTED-Some one of means who will .cola Investment Company. SOoct FOR S.u.E-J; received fresh 'flash automatic tandem compound center down and the balance at $10.00 per month. I will CHARGE NO t'I i
furnished rooms, suitable for #care for and educate bright boy. 14 lights and launch batteries. Phone crank ,steam engine of about 150 horsepower TEREST AND XO TAXES AND WILL FURNISH. AN ABSTRAcT J
light housekeeping block and half from 345. E. W.' Peake. New'.Star and two return tubular boilers, 72
old. Laundry
years Apply Pearl
Eagan Home LOANED
or MONET on real WITH EACH LOT FREE OF COST.
estate This
Palafox. Apply between 12.30 and 1 30 Mrs. Vttn. Fisher. President. 18nov and building. inches diameter by 16 feet long. For full is the cheapest property *
property on short
p. m.. or after 6:00 p. m., 219 East Gov- Terms personal easy. J. W. Bullard. 28 H notice.South particulars apply Stone & Webster Eng. i ever offered on these terms in the' City Pensacola.. t
ernment street. 5dec2w WANTED-Position as stenographer or Palafox St. Phone 1144. DECORATIVE 'EVERGREENS W. Corporation. Box 830. Pensacola. 14nov
assistant bookkeeper and general office Smilax needle pins holly, mistletoe JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER SAYS: tT
FOR RENT-One fine double furnished work by young lady of experience. Address window wreaths and other Christmasdecorations. FOR SALE-8 room house 4
front room, with board and bath. Tele- B. C.. Care I CAN LEND YOUR MONET at eigijper Miss Annie '"Jordan. 115 good location. .
Journal. nov81tYOTJNd If have I but water In the city. A bargain. Apply was recently asked by a young man my opinion as to the *
phone 865. on car line at 415 west Gregory cent. you any that you North Spring street. Phone 1535. 4dec2w
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street. 4declw LADY stenographer wishes posl- want Interest on. see me about It. It 9th avenue and 16th street. ISnovlm i safest way to Invest a little money. He had a few hundred dollars, f

tlon In Pensacola or anywhere in West will be absolutely safe on real estate FOR SALE-Good baggy with Stop and I I which, by severe effort he had succeeded in saving out of his weekly .
A PLEASANT: honeflke pLice to board.J I Florida or South Alabama. References. security. Leslie E.'Brooks. Phone 4C2. been used two months-cheap. Leslie E. i I FOR BALK 8 feet-One high fine with wall ribbon Case 25 feet wages. I advised him to invest In a good house lot in some suburo 4*
on North Hill, 2d door from Car line.Address M. E. long. case 10
C.. Care Journal.
HnovCONKErS *
Phone $60NICELT MONET TO-LOAN=Evwy6 d7b<,lTOW Brooks. 112 South Palafox. 4declw feet long separate. Will make.fine display close to the city. Land is always there-it cannot run away. As

celebrated Roup Cure, Cholera money ,from Jno. A. Hall &.. Co.. 14% FOR SALE-200-arpent-country place 7 case for any kind of merchandise. the population increases the land also Increases in value. Yes tor o
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. ,cure lice and mite 'killer as wellas E. Government St. When la need caU miles from Pensacola.,.short mile west{Apply. to E. L. Reese, 17 North Palafox. a small Investment there Is no surer safer, better investment than I
with or without b 1lrd. Table board. an unexcelled Egg Producer. All on us. of Olive station and postoffice known as I I Onovlm this." J
Phone, gas and bath. No. 3 Palafox. guaranteed and a splendid grade of 7-mile house on old Jackson road 30 acres ,
27nov wheat that will make your fowls lay. F. MONET LOANED on an kinds of per fenced and cross-fenced with woven wire FOR SALE CHEAP-Large concert talkIng I
S. Mellen & Co., Pensacola, Fla. Phone sonal property on short notice. Terms fence balance partly cleared. partly fine machine and SO select disc records.A THESE LOTS ARE GOOD NOW they are near the car line f
BOOMS-Two furnished front rooms, S3 4. 7nov easy. J. B. Gray & Co.. 2 W. Romana. timber. Fine oaks. pear. chestnut and snap for lovers of music. B. E. Hawley near the bayou, in the coming residence district of Pensacola and *
suitable for light housekeeping Use Phone 1165. Ifeb other trees. Stream running through; 301 West Chase. City. 2deo you cannot bur Jots for CASH In this neighborhood for less money I
of phone and bath Apply 8J2 F tGadsden. I WANTED-Position as saw filer or superintendent springs on place; also horse. buggy Ask wbo knows
many anyone the nine of this property and they win tell *
,
or Phone 897. % nov or mill foreman by a UNLIMITED amount of money to loan harness. wagon and farming tools; 31- FOR SALE-10,000 acres round timber *
this is
competent man. References furnished. on all kinds of personal property. Special room houses. 1 50-foot _stable with two land. 1X500 saw mill timber and saw : you true.
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent at II! Address J. W. Lasseter. Andalusia. Ala. rates to business men on large rooms; 1 25-foot barn and other outhouses mill 32-room hotel at a bargain. Several ;
Weet Gregory street. 16novlm Cnovlm loans. The New York Loan Co.. 204& Suitable for sanitarium. country good farms and town properties. : I believe at a conservative estimate that these lots will increase i

FOR RENT-Pleasant furnished WANTED AH kinds beer South Palafox. club factory, brewery or stock farming. Write Gentry & Setterllnd. ChIpley, Fla. In value 40 per cent. by the time they are paid for on these terms. fI
room. bottles. I 2Ssepti
pay Reason for selling has :
-owner Jio one to r __
southern exposure second floor. Corner ISc d:,zen. I honolt all ieading brands i
manage'place. Great bargain as Invest-
10th avenue and 12th street East of 'wined beers FOR SALE-Forty acres land well
near ana whiskies, and still timbered -
Hill "ar line. llnov manufacture that well-established FOR RENT. ment or for one looking for good farmingland. good house. Itf miles east of i \
cotrgh
I
I For particulars address E. W. Real Estate
I and Insurance
medicine. Joe Roth. corner Tarragtna Peake. Pensacola..FUu.. New Laundry Olive Fla. Address Jas. T. Gerelds P. O. LESLIE F BRIMS
FOR RENT-Rooms
with or without: and Government Sta. lloct ,Box 1(4 City. Snovlm .
board. Men only. Apply 17 West La-I building. East Chase street. Idee : PDOD84S2 112 S. Palafo SI :
Boa St. TAILORING i. Diamond. Tailor. FOR RENT-Nicely furnished 8-room :FOR SALE OR TRADE-Seven .
house on North Hill. second door from PANAMA CANAL EDITION of The H. P. .
FURNISHED ROOM for rent. inov1m.1 Gent's on clothing short cleaned notice. pressed No. 11H and West repaired car line. For particulars addresa "2Co. 8 magazine Journal-a containing magnificently scores of illustrated view of .twenty wood,cords mill: of complete wood per order.day; Will terms cut to ......... ...........................................
East
W. Chase street. 21oct I I Government St., P"'naacgla. Fla. Strong._ Idee the 'city and harbor. Por salet all right party, or will trade for stock or
WANTED-A.. R. Blngham wants RE1Io-T-Two stores book stores or at The Journal: office. By other property. Address J. A. Donalson
: I moving and hauling He guaranteesall your FOR East Intendencia nice street.double between Pala-on mall. 20 cents. Zl&eit DeFuniak Springs. Fla. 23nov2w*
STRAYED.STRAYED II breakage. Phone 630 FOR LANARKOn
fox and Tarragona. Inquire at the Fisher SALE
I 1 Real Estate %! FOR SALE-Large furniture wagon and FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-Half blockIn '
WANTED The Merchants Agency nov .
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i Transfer Co. harness. in good condition. Fisher Fur- New City near Bay View park; will _
from Skinner's mill bay wants your moving and hauling. All niture house 138 and 140 East Intenden exchange for cottage or tieD cheap Iftakerr
.. horse with breakage the Gulf of Mexico.
tail. Finder guaranteed
cropped will T. B. Thors. "
FOR RENT-A. Blngham has storage cia street. Snov at once. Mrs. R. Owsley 1108 E.
? please ProprtetoPhon3 J78. tIt.I
return to Robinson's Livery room for for furnitureor Strong.< 21novlm* $1500Buys
Stable. SOnovlw :, ANTED-All kinds of electrical work. other goods. 104 and 106 South Tarragona FOR SALE-Half-Interest In one of the
I sell all kinds of electrical batteries street. Phone J9. best furniture houses in South Alabama. FOR SALE-A fine tract of land near a six-room home on two and other electrical supplies. When Reason for selling to'devote more timeto lots near car line on East Hill. This is Oyster beds within
I you city. Part heavily timbered; part easy reach.
; PERSONAL. a bargain which must be
need ma ring 245 cr 955. E W. Peake --- -- other interests. Call on or address W. cleared. Call phone 2S5; or addre 1102 sold quickly.
New Star Laundry! Bldg. C. Garden. S. Sheppard Florala Alallnovlm East Gadsden. ISnovlm
COLORED LODGE.
: A TORCHED MOUTH Is a nasty thing to WANTED-becond'hand sacks of all descriptions FOR SALE-111 acres excellent pineapple $1350.For Offers exceptional advantages as *
h.-n't" A CHICLET will relieve it. wanted. If out of town. ship FOR SALE-Three-year-old Jersey cow five lots 12th place to spend part of the winter months
teed facing New
and Jupiter
orange on excellent avenue'
t them to us: If In town. ring us up at No. I. O. S & D. of St. L Bmrkcti close to raflMad frih and heifer calf. Can be seen at 1118 E- City. A very pretty building site.
tf 314. or bring them to us at comer of Howard Council No. 1 sad Bethlehem mOea from- ocean; some bnptwrements; Strong street 28novlw*
f HOTELS. Co.Chase and Alcanis Sts. F. S. Mellen ZSJuiyMISCECLANEOUS. & Council No. 2, Independent Orderof healthy locality.. Address J. E. Benefield.Aycock $700.Gets LANARK INN.
Fla boy
Sons and Daughters of Stt Luke,
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LOCMIART HOTEL., Lockhart. AIL.t meets 2nd and 4th Wednesday nightsof FOR SALE-425.04 cash for Remington II'' a four-room cottage on East Under new management. modem ilr>
new management newly renovated, I FOR ADOPTION.FOR Gregory Rents for $8.00 per month. well kept; will afford special attention to
nice rooms. Bath and all accommoda each month at their hall on Tarragona Typewriter In first-clan wrttincorder; This will make a pretty little home on hunting and
I tions. Special attention to traveling men. between Intendencia and Romana reason for Belling, have" no use for same : a good investment. fishing parties.Reached

f. Ppecial rates to weekly boarders. J. MATTRESS AND FURNITURE-Mat. 'streets. D. 'Howard F. C. H.. here. Address rtB. Care Journal ilnovlm ADOP'l'ION-One orphan boy. 7
Rodgers. Prop. SSnov treeses made to order and also reno- Rev. C. H. Jones Secy., No. 1 Frank, years old.' Will be given for adoption by the Georgia, Florida &
vated; new ticks furnished. New and FOR SALE-Thoroughbred pedigreed to responsible parties. For particulars Alabama Convenient schedules-
BROWN Good beds.HOUSE airy -rooms DeFuniaJc elegant Springs. second-hand furniture: modern or antique Scott. F. C. H.. Stella Dawson Secy..i Pointer Puppies. 110 and $15. Signed. apply Pearl Began Home, or Mrs. Win. Co R. YAEGER Tourist rates Railway.now In effect.
meals; bought and sold. Davis Manufac- I
free bath and sample rooms. Special No. 2 norlO-lmpd I Bagdad Kennels Bagdad. Fla. llnovlm Fisher. President. ISnov
turing Co.. Hi East Belmont street.
attention to traveling men. Rates $%.00 II Phone 771.
per day. J.... It. Browc. Prop. 24nov 200 Thiesen Building. For hotel accommodations write LANARK -

.. MISS LEILA REESE has fresh cut flowers Phone 686. I INN, Lanark. Ft*.
HOTEL SO1THERN-pen all the I on band. Orders taken for special WRITE YOUR WANT AD HERE.Send
and
jear American European plan. occasions. Phone 282. ISnovlm I
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Special summer rat. First-class hi 1 For schedules railroad rates. etc.:. writsJ.
every respect. Pleasant and conven WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOPWeare H. McWILLIAMS,
ient. Mrs. T. L. Bowen. Prop.. Pensa- In it The Journal'office When need have ._ Gen. Pas. Rgent.Bainbridge .
cola. }'... ISapr Intendencia now entrance our new also quarters.at 21$ Romana.and 214 E.. to : day or night. you help, anythingto EVENSVILLE & Ca

BAT HOTEL-Open night and day. Eu. i and prepared carriage building to do everything and repairing.In wagon E. sell, rent exchange or wish to purchase anything, try a want ad. They do the .

"Transient. ropean plan.trade solicited.-Rooms light 575-679 and clean.South L. Herring Phone 923; City. liocL work. I TERRE HAUTERAILROAD Pensacola, St. Andrews and

: Palafox. Jos. S. Nicolau. Prop.FOUND. MATTRESSES ..
RENOVATED
,I- _ tick
:
Co.
furnished If desired. Guaranteed. Carpet I Gulf Steamship
taken up and matting laid. Leave
orders at Watson Parker Reese Co.'s. SIX ORDINARY WORDS MAKE ONE LINE. STEAMER TARPON.W. .
Wesley Duncan. 7septJ. I THE DIRECT LINE TO G. BARROW. Matter.

: )eXD-Comfort and peace of mind b.1 J. H. PORTER: sallmaker., 711 South FIRST-CLASS FREIGHT PASSENGER SERVICE: AND
the girl who chewed CUICLETS. J I Palafox street. Orders taken for tents. I -Between-
awning camp stools and house cots. I CHICAGOand PENSACOLA. MOBILE APALACHICOLA '
: DRAY HORSE white spot in forehead I I etc. Prices reasonable. luau CARRABELUE.! ST. AN
and left hind leg white. Owner cant i iI DREWS. MILLVILLE.
>a\e same by paying for this ad. Myrtle i I SHIP CIU."mJ.ER8XcKtnsletInC all points in the And all points on St. Andrews Bay, Car
.' Drove Poultry Farm. Myrtle drove. Fla.28novlw. & Co.. Wholesale and retail ship crand- rabelie and Apalaehlcola.SCHEDULE. .
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.i i lets and grooen. Only first-class ious I II IIi North andNorthwest.Exceptionally .
1 of kind ta city. Fair prices to alL i Leaves Pensacola Sunday 8.30 p. m..
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,' --- I for Mobile Ala.
I MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP Wil-I I Leave Pensacola. Tuesday S:30 p m.
LOST. I lie Mima, Proprietor. Furniture repairing I II I Low Rounf- for St. Andrews. Mffiville. ApaJach!: .;&
of all kinds carpet laid, furniture Carrabelle and intermediate points.
packed for shipping. Phone U. i- Rates For additional Information anniy to
: LOST-String of prayer beads garnet Next to Tampa landing. JZaprtlH. Trip to all Summer J. R. SAUNDERS.
on Palafox street. Sunday morning. E .R. COBB. President.General .
; Reward for return to Clara Bell. 222 East ,. ALFMAN-Tin. Copper and Sheet II- Tourist Points.D. Frt. and Pitt. Agt. Pelt-
: Romana. SdecSt Iron Worker; cornice work and sky- sacola. Fla.

kOST-One probe Tuesday morning I I. a .specialty 109 East; roofing Government guttering, opera and Rates-The rate on, a want,:ad filling 'the above space is 25 cents first insertion H. Hillman, S. L. Rogers,

.k'w..t Reward for return. to Ben Dunham.idecttr 4_>0Uomaaa. Hit-building. Phone 560. Residence and 5 cents a day for each additional consecutive insertion. Send cash with the ad Evnav G- P. &lIe.T.1"9Naahvllle.A. .. General Agent.'Tenn.,. Subscribe for The JournaL


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M RKT[ REPORT p PHEsioEits[ s we HAVE JUST S ENTERED FLORIDA. 4 .


Pure The Eastern Companies are making a desperatefight to keepthe i

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;"oltl joe \\' ../... ......* 75 .
N ...6 25M S from doing the business of the south. When one considers that these Eastern

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..._...< 5 10 'a ood (Continued from Fourth Page.) Companies have practically owned the insurance of the South for over 40 years i
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whiskey I .Gao [ I
II ..h........,4 10 to 415 and received from that source : ij
G .. ... ...395to4os% the essential features of whIch have san
V .i 90 to 400 been approved by many prominent OVER FIFTY MILLIONS OF PREMIUMS EVERY YEAR : I
i': .3 85 to 400 .' I
I> .- 3 we can keenly
thejneanJng they
C ............,.3.90 to this plan. national banks should be turning by ; :

t of spliS.Turpentine eents. .y.oi4 permitted to Issue t specified proportion ;] THESE PREMIUMS STAYING SOUTH FOR REINVESTMENTS.I.I.

cf.thelr t s pltsl nbotei of aigiven ,
comfort Pensacola Market. S
Cotton
solid The' followinsr-Fensacoia cotton Quotations kind the issue tojxs,taxed at so-hfgfJ.a .I ,"When we, THE STATE :MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., of Ga., in :

is: the satisfaction of knowing Co., F.are O.furnished B. cotton b>brokers' S. P., O'Conor Pensacola&, rate as to drive:the notes back when the beginning of this year gave out our ESTIMATE. business we expected '
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t13t! you're always getting the Florida not wanted In legitimate trade. This to.do for 1906 told that it would business.
Good middling! .KHs we were ,require a equal to ONE of .
vhisv plan: would not, permit the issue of

i<' -most that's everybody"old joe. prefers a\ -, Middling Strict middling....10 10H>4 'HiS. D currency-to give! ,banks, additional prof.,j the "Big Three," and that it was out of reason to say that a young : '

rJt kt,tause it's always uniform Strict Low,middling low middling..... 9 9V%* Its,by but times to rcwt of: tie trl emergency gen'y.' present!! J JI j jed SOUTHERN Company would do such a business. We have not only done S

and ah that ,'in Alabama in 1906.than of them issue ind 1905. but
pure-fine. do nat say that this Is the right sys J S .more: any one .
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;,'\hcious flavor! tem. I only advance' it to emphasize MORE THAN ALL OF'THE BIG.THREE TOGETHER 1


full moderate! measure price-convenient-sold everywhere package SHiPPIr G NEWS TOP my belief of that some there system Is need which for shall the'a1toptlon as will be seen by" the following, which ,is taken from the "Alabama Insurance. ;

; 1 1I be automatic and .pen to all sound Report of 1906; fr

b" atlanta 1I I banks .so as to avoid all possibility of,
"b & MUTUAL LIFE OF NEW YORK
Cleared Yesterday. I discrimination and favoritism.The .. . .$3,499,262 ;

-- llornberg Ger ss. &:atthie;en. 1488.timber.for I law should be amended so as NEW YORK, LIFE ., 2,463,769
'G-enotk; with 1,750000 s ft sawn S

,i Sailed. Yesterday., ; spedfrally to provide that the funds EQUITABLE LIFE .,... . ,. 1,632,969 ,
Keora. Ttt IO!! for UenoaVESSELS PORT. RYE derived, from customs duties may b0

Steamships.IN ..q treated by the secretary! of the troanry Combined total of "Big Three".$7,596,000 !

Cfred Mtnztir Uer ss. ,-JorgenEen 1288, as be treats funds obtaiued uuU i

:SL::Vincent,. to Br It ss,Baars Simmons& 60Boltenhall :2337.!. Bre the I internal r.\-phu\ '* tavs*; ,lbere :Business written in Alabama during the TEN MONTHS of 1906 by the I

orI rcrn to Gulf Transit Co. should be a coniilderable increase it.: "STATE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.:, of Ga. .$7,613,750 4 '
Cajo Largo Br sp, Davey, 2223, Tamplro -
FERQINAXD' WESTHQMER&SONS bills! of small denominations.: IVmis. I
to Gulf Tran 'lt Co. CtVCMNATlO IOU1SVIU.C.KY. 5TJOSEPH.MCHICKS sion This shows that we have written more business in TEN :MONTHS of [
llolsinjrburg. i>*ed ss, Schriel 1422, should be given banks. If necear.-
I ll.ielva to Hjer Bros. 17 under settled t restrictions, 'to'rot1r': 1906 than, the "Big Three' combined issued during theTWELVE MONTHS of : '
Ger Matthiesc-n. liSS
Homburg. ss ,
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Rnterdam to the \V. S. Keyset CoBaj ., their circulation! 'lo a larger amount' 1905. I i
'break, Pr ss. Low. I t04. Buenos St. / than three millions a aaonth. 1 .
.\>rcs to the W. S. Kejser Co. DOES THIS NOT SHOW THAT WE ARE DOING THE LIFE INSUR- t
Ida, Span ss. Arano 2160 Liverpool l Oar Oatlyle. ...... ....
GIf Transit Co. OAPUDINE I most earnestly hope that the bill to ANCE BUSINESS OF THE SOUTH i
Lord Stanley, Br -as. Cunningham 305"3L ;; Sand
Vincent to Gulf Transit Co. provide a lower tariff for,or else absolute -
CURES that there must be something particularly good about our policies that enables .
Ships. free trade in Philippine product
.W Avant to order.. Nor ship, Anderson 164, London r ALL ACHES will become a law.: No harm will come us to do such a tremendous business in the face of the concentrated fire 'ti, .

rcrreira. Port ship Barros 506, Lisbonto S. Lad Ncmnuaess to any ,American industry and while made onus by all companies the Eastern Companies in particular? i 1.r.-

-, I _master.: _uA .L TdIILSUiSIk .1drugss.r.. there will be eoae( small but real material ,

Harbinger master. Bus Snip lass: AJgoa uayto ---- ---'-' --- ,,.------- : benefit to the: Filipints, the main We are writing the cleanest, broadest, fairest Annual Dividend policies 1

Ingrtd. Nor ship, Dannell 1260 Ant benefit will come by the ,hcmmade that can be' found; and they contain larger GUARANTEED LOANS and 1'
werp to McK. Oertlnf & Co. ,
NOTICE Lena Ital ship Tassara, 1581,, London GULF CITY COFFEE CO., as,to our purpose to do all In our power CASH VALUES than any other policy sold in the South. .1
to order.. for their welfare.
Barks. H. P. CHIPMAN, Manager. It will be to interest to give one of our thirty minutes of '
Afredo Uruguayan bk. Mai"'tas; 9S7, P.rt Kl.*a AEaIr.Amerkan *. your agents your ,; .
Blenders and ol
Roasters
Montevideo to H. H. Thornton. Shippers citizenship should be conferred time.
Alfhtld Hwed bit.'.,Svensn, 1332, Dur- -
ban to master. Fine CoffeesOUR on the citizens of Porto Rico. OUR ASSETS MORE THAN DOUBLE OUR LIABILITIES. '
Andrea. Nor bk, Quale 114 Durban tQJntlst The harbor .f San Zun.la! Porto Rico, ; ,

Effective Sunday C. B.r. Whldden.' Br bk. Morrison.: 349.. COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL should be dredged tad Improved. The j VIVIAN H. MARSHALL, 212-213-214 City Bank, Mobile, Alabama. .
GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIALReal
Las Palmas to Southern States Lumbr expenses of the federal court .f Porto i '.
Co. S GENERAL AGENT FOR WEST FLORIDA AND ALABAMA. .
Campbell Nor bk, Hauslren. 1100. Rico should be.met. from the. federal, I
Stavanger to McK. O rtlnj & Co. treasury. j -!

December 2nd 1906 Charles Racine. No*" bk, \Vaage, 1521. Estate Transfers. 8well.. _ -- -_ _ I
Genoa to master.
Chacmft Nor bk. Jorgensen. lint Following is a list of the real estate The needs of'Hawaii are peculiar. 1 F
Fleetwood to oraer.. transfers recorded Saturday. furnished. by Every aid should be given the islands; .1
Leaving time of Hereford Nor bk, Jensen. 1380. Rosario the Pensacola, Abstract Co.:' \ Coal and Wood
to order.Hsimdal. DEEDS. and our efforts should bs'tmeeastng todevelop
Nor bk. Hensen. 1354. Hull December 1906.A. them along.the lines of a community I .
to order. :J. Yenters to :J. J. Johnson-Commencing '
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Battle Havana of staaR freeholders, not of Successful Business Men '
L&N. Humberto. Span. bk. 1111 at a corner with J. D. McCurdy We deliver Ice Coal Charcoal and .;i:
Ingeblorg.to order.Nor bk Eld, 1250. East London & Geo. :McCurdy's land in the M.' Potts half great, planters With t cooly tllltft es Wood anywhere in the clt,. W. can e i :
Grant running
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to order. et "nceeau:1 tates., supply you In any quantity ud our +
chains and li links % half .
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Isabel Browne. Rus bk. Lindqulst,.1231. chains thence west 73 half chains and 15 Ai-b.' service Is always prompt. S r

Train No.4'Vill Hull Kink to Oscar master II; Nor bk, Johnson. ;liZ, links,of thence north 12. half chains, to Alaska's needs have been partially Take 1Advantage Steam and Domestic Coal. rjj f
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place beginning-$1
Rosario to A. Zelius. 1030, Louis Boley to :I. E. Ash ton-12 acres met, but there must be a complete reorganization Wood Cut Any Size. S j
Lilla. Nor bk, ,Aanonsen, Santos ,
to order. of land in; Sec 44, Tp 1 S, R 30 W said oftb govgrameatal **1tem..u'l '
Lluis. Uruguayan bk. Lopez. 700. Ha. 12 acres lying on east line of said SeQ 44, have..before Indicated to you.I E. G. SEWALL .i
be 12:10 and adjoining the T. E. Allen. land on ,
: p. m. vana Ly gllnt.to order.Nor bk. Hansen, 1332, Swakop- north IInl.-IO.UO. Uk your especial attentlen to this. S of the facilities ror doing business affordedby Phones 114363. 26 N. Tarragona Si : ::1 -
mund to McK. Oerting & Co. John R. 'Hendrix to Mrs. Theodore Our fellow citizens'WBO dwell on the -
Maria, C.r, bk, French 1922. Kings Miner-:All lot Iii, block 101 New City National. The of bills ;
First
instead of 11:55: a. m. Lynn to master. 'I Tract-J100.00 and other good. and valuable ". shoresof, Pare ;svund.with characteristic -, the payment DIRECTORY

146S.Marina'_ Genoa Madre to order.Italk.. Simonetta, Smith considerations.S. Randall to A. I. W. Rosa energy are' arrftoging to bold in transfer of money, etc, can be quickly made !, J

tots 5 to 10 inttushe block 49, Bel- .Seattle the A1askaYnkon.ac1epodition. ex:: .
N iPore, Nor bk-OJe.rdsen. 11ZS. East S 'when made here and a check oi '
London to A. Zelius. montTract-$100 and other goodvandvaluable .' 'TWr iiposltfon In its puf-: deposits'are _- ; b :
Olivari ,Ital' bk; Costa, Genoa .to. or- considerations. instead of in cash. PROFESSIONAL. : ;
der. : Q D; Hardy to :J. L. Blackburn-Eat. poses and cop. should appeal not only drawn on us payment ,

The Escambia Ophelia. Nor bk. Larason, 1127, Bahia 14 of the southeast >.4 of Sec !4. Tp 3.111., to the people of the Pacific slope, but We furnish neat check books, pocket 'or W. B. BARTON :. i '
Blanca to Oulf Tran'!'<:t Co.' R.32 W, containing. SO acres. S more'or less ,to'the people.of,the tinted! '>States'atIarg. ; : ,t ,.
I'alIas.1I or bX. Jo Jison. ,1219 Plymouth -$550.00.I .. desk size and will be pleased to have your Attorney At Law. ,,' ;'
to A. Zellus Harrison DavIdson to Jim PritchettLot .
.. block .. ,.M. '14' __ !s. ,__1,q .. '''"..I, Offices-Fisher Bulldng.: Palafox rtreet. { : t ;
Robert craftonr Nor bk Morthensen 5 63 West King Tract. matter.how small.:
,1U4DI.OUAU. deposit no I Id
664, Barbadoes .to McKenzie Oerting & Jim Pritohett to J. W. Hyer---Lot 5. ;.S :.,;" u. Will practice In all the aUte and United ( I ;
Oyster Depothas Co. block 53 West King Tract-$1.00 and : Not.nly must.Twe treat all nations States Courts. 1'wenty.three years' ex j'- t: I! 'I -
Superb Nor bK. Ullch. 1934, Antwerpto other valuable considerations.Jos. fairly; but we must treat with justice perience.T. ,I-> : t
A. Zelius ft Co. I Ollinger to J. J..Morrow-East 120 ; : i I:
('nlac, ,Port bk, Cachln. 891 Rio :Ja- I feet of Jots 18, 19 and 20 In.block 46. West and good will all Immigrants who come G. YATES M.Optician. D. : '
niero to I King Tract-1180,00. here under the law. Whether they are t". :
master.Schooners.
i A. A. Fisher to :John ezulovICb-The ,
just received 100 barrels Doris., Am Sen, Eastman. 310 Havana following law in block :25! West King Catholic or Protestant Jew' or gentile FIRSTNATIONAL BANK :; ", I
to J:A. Merritt *r- Co.' Tract, .beginning 120 feet south of the whether they jf Apalachicola oysters. Will Donna Christina Am:sen.:McLeod, 165, northwest corner of said block thencerun Germany, Russia i :)'Japan or'Italy, mat- Building.Twenty : j. "

er l lor the next three daysat Belize to master.- Barkentines. thence,east west 150 150 feet feet; thence thence south north 32 along feet; ters nothing All we aright to PENSACOLA., FLA. :[ Specialist years' experience Examination as free.an Eye i h'J' j r t' !\ S

Beatrice, Ital bktn. Marchen. Savona to -D' street! SZ feet ,to point of beginning question Is the man's conduct If be (
45c per hundred.C. master., -1390.00. and Cons S is honest and upright In his-dealings Designated Depositary' of the United States. o 0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0 0 0 II-0-0 Ii 0 0 0'0 0 0 0 0 : ::(I f
Thyra, Dan bktn,Rasmunsen, 260, Bar. Pensacola Development CO.
badoes to order., to A. L. Pierce-Lot :2 I, block 61, Beacb with his neighbor and with the state, L.C.PHILLIPSPh.M.4, t -r: I

TABARRAS Haven Tract-$35.00. then he is eatitled to respect and goodbeatment 'W. H. Knowles. President. W. K. Hy.r, Jr.. Vice-President end Cashier. "

The climax of a good meal-a cup H. E. DeLagal Live Oak Fla:, Especially!, do we, need to Thos.W.. Brant. Ass't Cashier. W. N. Roberts. Ass't Cashier. Homeopathic. S .1 :
of Jackson Square Coffee.. Ask your, K. I: PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. ," : 'J
Brent, W.A.Blount. W. IL Knowles W. Hyer:Jr.
F.C.
says: "I have suffered for ten years remember ,our :duty to the ,stranger Directors i 1\
for free t
sample. )
grocer a D. G. Brent. Office and Residence 12 N. Palafox. c
mm & 1NTENDENCIK! STS. with chronic constipation and Indigestion within our'gateL' It i 10 the sure mark 'HourLStolla.m.ltoSp.m. ...' : t ,
and after two bottles of .' .
Explicit. using of a low civilization, a low morality, to : Phone 65. '
PHONE 1210 S L. L. L., I consider myself cured; 'and
The Sedah poetoffice authorities have abuse or discriminate against or la any Jiw wJJwJJ, : -
in better health than I have beenin
a somewhat, blunt way ,.of putting am ten 3 ears." way humiliate such; stranger,who has Frederick Ausfeld. .F. M. Blount. -

things. Copies of a Peaaag paper posted come here lawfully and who Is conducting '
SCARRITT MORENO.SAFES C.W LMARPresident. JOHN PFEIFFER Assistant Cltkltr.M. AUSFIELD & BLOUNT -
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.Agent to a subscriber were the otber day MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE 71 himself properly. To'remember .ElcURK.Yict-Presidintand CuhKr. LW.ANDREWS.Assistant Cas""' .,. 'l

for Diebo: Safe and Lock Co.. returned marked, "Addressee hanged DEGREES, MINIMUM 61 DEGREESThe this I is Incumbent on every American Architects i:1'" -
Canton. Ohio. for xnurder.-.Baugkok; : Times. maximum temperature at Pen- 312-314 Brent BUff.. 43 Moses Bids..* .II...
Cflce and Salesroom E. Gov. St. sacc.la yesterday was 71 degree at citizen, andIt is of course peculiarly THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Pensacola, Fla. Montgomery Ala. '. i \
Incumbent on government
:2!:40 p_ m., while the minimum record. every j '1 '
The man' or woman who mileS, filling ed was 61 degrees at.640 a.. m. Last official, whether of the nation or of or PINSHCOU. r14.S WM. A. BORMANS, : "II

Florida and Alabama the hearts of friends from day today year on the same date the maximumwas the several states. Architect Superintendent : r s

with sunshine does more for the '47 degrees and the minimum 32 I am prompted to say this by the Opera House Building. Office-305 Brent Bulldlnfl, --1 tlt' t'(

LAND COMPANY world than all the' medicines of the degrees. attitude of hostility here and there assumed -' Phone 823. 'P.naacor., Fla., .',.
UNITED STATES.
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF S ..; I
apothecary. toward the Japanese: in this -------------- '
fond of coffee Try .
Are good
you -
Manufacturers of Jackson Square, the celebrated French country.; This hostility Is sporadic and CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS 60000. SECRET SOCIETIES. ; ; ,-
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and Dealers in Trouble For NotbiDC. drip coffee. Leading grocers have.it. Is limited to a very few places. Nevertheless w--w.----- --.S----- .; tPENSACOL4 -
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'- SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES To smuggle a human skeleton Into 1; 2 and 4 pound air tight tins.: It is most discreditable to us DIRECTORS. Pensacola Lodge.. LODGE No. 2. NO.K. S.of P. ..!, i.. ; ,
AND KiLN: Canada from Detroit a medical student -
'DRIED SAP. as a people, and! !it mav be fraught Henry L. Covlngton, Frank Reilly. F. E. Brawner meets at 7JO;
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: r.enlM.u t-j'.
dressed It In female! attire and NOTICE. c&secendesJto.the J. M.PfeIffer W. S. Ro asco. C. W. Lamar I ete1h.tW Hall t '
the
seating it by his side In a buggy,'crossed Building,I have room moved Ko.my 309.office 3d floor to the. Brent. with nation.' < *". ;, '. Bryan Dun od1. T. F. McGourln J.R. Saunders, orer Vlsitlag Pous bretb stable west Intendencla welcomed.B. St. -i:' '

QUALITY AND NO over the boundary Jloe. After begot 5dec4t. H. ,D.. BEGGS. r ask fali treatnent'tor; the Japanese A. M.'Avery, W. H. Milton, 0. E. Maura D'f C. aIL I 'i 1 !
safely into his house he learned W. L Ciwthon Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie Oertlna IIORSLER. K. of R. t S. '4 K '
PREMIUMS.
as I would ak fair treatment for Germans
M- E. ClarLtdttJ -
C. M- Covlngton .
that there is no custom duty on skeletons -I .Englishmen,.Frenchmen Russians Alex jtcGowln, DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA. I \

.' _________. S or Italians. 01 ask'It as due to fecU: tests fer nJlI t\\UU\ #M nd |fS.co the year. Write tar tmtnt Rebecca.Naomi Lodge meets every No. 10.Monday Daughter night of at ''

humanity and civilization. I ask it as in connection for the convenience of customers. 8 o'clock In L O. O F. halt Visiting '
'jacksonSquare All Escape]: but Htm. < sisters cordially Invited to be present. .j
I' tJ due to ourselves because we must act Fcwr cent InterestPald on Tim Deposit MRS J. T. IT-U.IAM. N. O.MRS. ,..;
Mrs: Hastymatch had a dozen pro- j uprightly toward Wall men., I recommend per HATTIE NEVILLE. bee.RATH ':-1 ;
posals, before yours;-all"'from smarter i i ,
that be
act
to the congress' an BONE LODGE NO. 30. .ft -
men than you too.' Mr. ,Ilastymatch ,r passed specifically providing for the \I I Rathbone Lodge No. 20. Knights of .... !
They must. have been. How did they ;, PythUa roeeU every Thursday night at :'t.
Buy naturalization of Japanese who come Castle Hall. Members of sister lodge '
manage to crawl out of It?, herd intending t6 become American dtiaecs. THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK and vlsltlns: brethren cordially Invited ; :;
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to attend. J. )( ROPER C. C. ;:
One of the great embarrassments C.J.LEVET.KIt.&S. !; -f i.
(JAVA BLEND She Murders It. 11 attending the performance of PENSACOLA -
) "How 1 lengis: the life Q.the average WblSkyI M. E. B. A. No. 1. meets first aa4 L L
our International obligations is the Generar Banking Business Conducted on a Safe .anc Conservative third Wednesday evenings at 7.10 p. nu, I.j t j.
called" pepularsong? J.
BO .
I the statutes of the United S Basis. Stafford Hall No1': Wait tatenAameJastreet. '
fact that
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Roasted I "Till the girl who lltesneat door to That Has the A. O. FELl Pre .lJ l- >
Coffee Post. States are entirely Inadequate. They U 8WEENET. Secy. t
us gets hold of if-Hoxurtea
reputation Solicited--R. M. Bushnell. Cashier.
fail to give to the! national government Correspondence '
PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 4, I. 0. O. 9.Pencacola .
T"i i is one of the finest sufficiently ample power through Unit 1.-' A'e. No. 4, L O. 0.' r..
i' : 'mim the wor4. You en- now mankind defers from day today for-PuritVe ed States courts''and. by the use of the meet every Thursday evening at 7.Mat .
Belmont and
the best'it can do without thinking tbe new hall on Bayleastreets.
.I" New Orleans' luxury for army and navy: to protect aliens In the :J. W.DORR. W. R- QuiNA.,. Visiting brethren cordially ta- S
,:r" ,'ktast. while drinking this lint l3at time I itt )Irwt eternIty.1u11er.Best It is just as easytose- ,rights secured to them under solemn :J. S.,S BPECE.:President. R.vice-president M. CART, Cashier. AasisUnt-Cashler. vited. B. R WITKOVSKT. N. O.

\ I te.'. Only packed in 1, 2, cute thc article treaties which are the law of the land.I PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA.CAPITAL A. KERLE. Secretary S
pure
THE
in the Jackson Square '
lid 1 4 pound aIrtight cans. cup recommend that W. 0. W ;
Cot/ee. Thd. only premium given. is I forth same money that you therefore earnestly $100,000. SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED... PROFITS $25,000.- Live Oak Camp No. 1. W. O W_ -J ,
and civil statutes of the _DIRECTORS
the criminal hall the tat and 3rd
We guarantee of its quality. meets In Pythian 1
guarantee every can. a I,: pay for the adulterated. If S United States be so amended and added J. J. HOOTOX R. M. CART. 1JBEEVES, Wednesdays in each month. Visiting ,. f i
W. AYD'ALEMBERTE. J. S. REE5SE: W. DC'C.' KESSIJER. Uverelgiu cordially: lavltcd .,po r t ,tF. .
CREW NOTICE.. I Pure Whisky is what you to as to enable! the president acting A General. Banking Business Transacted and Accounts Solicited, } hlpf- ,_ .Dltbone* A. nooIDcu. c. Co ;I t; ,<
Importers Coffee Co. the f Cafttata. Owners S United States government menu given Special Attention. LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk. 1'
for the 11 I
of the Spanish want, ask for .:* .:& j* j* 'j&
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A'Nelther! Ida. will be respon- ,which Is responsible In our International t.== _- ---------- ;The; celebrated Frencn drip cotr:1: f: S
Limited. debts contracted by to enforce the rightsof
'of vessel "JESSE ltIOORE"nu" relations, Jackson Square. No premiums. Sold
said .
New Orleans. S.' ARANO. ,aliens under treaties. R. '1.. CART President. JNO. B. MASSET. secretary.QIW strictly on Its merits. Ask for It at r"-

GULP TRANSIT, -CO.. Captain The c...at Matter. d CO. roar grocers.. : : ;.
Consignee. "
N. GOLDRING. Last August an Insurrection broke :
Joppa Lodge No. 6. I. O. O F. At .
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CREW NOTICE. DISTMIBUT6M.PCNSACOLA. .out In Cuba which It speedily grew evident Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Steam, Jopp Lodge Ho. _. L O O F-, meets :
The Lewis Bear Co. Neither' the Captain Owners FLA. that the existing Cuban government Domestic Anthracite and Blacksmith CO 4L every Tuesday evening at 7.30 o'clock at .t -
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nor" Consignees of the British : Offices 43 S. Palafox St. Telephone '3. > Stafford HalL Corner Eaylen and B lmontgts. ;.: -
steamship Daybreak. will be Handled Exclusively byTHE was powerless to quell. Thanks Yard: Comer Tarragona and Gonzalez Visiting brethren cordially invited. ";

L Pensacola, Fla.DISTRIBUTERS.. responsible traded bytke for- crew debts of con-said I GEM SALOON, toTthe preparedness: : o.!' ournaj5J Streets. Yard ,phones I and 372. c. L. WlLKEfS.a Secretary.L. SMITH, N. a. ,. .. I:

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.i r Flannel t: ,: MEN RECEIYE E MESSAGE G[ WEATHERIS S E.R.VI I C.E.SBEGIN': Christmas I-Imported have Books Rag.several Muslin: hundred and Linen Ch3r--boo iea\


printed la colors and from 15 tr> a?
These can be laundered.

(Continued Page) Rosebud Stories, Nursery Stories,
from Seventh Star
PRAISE COMINGand lea of Jesus, Mother Goose, ChrToken. -- !
Pajamas Pansies for Thought, Good r tf?

r .".. was able Immediately to send enough Affection's 15c Tribute. Bible Pro::...;. f*{

:' ships to Cuba to prevent the situation
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from becoming,,hopeless, and I furthermore this is to remind you Child's Delight series 10 and ISa.DensloWs .
-: dispatched to Cuba the secretary "' already At First Baptist, and Are At-
f General W. P. Duvall Compliments that if you have not Picture Book for <*h* ,_
Do you sleep in them? If not, youdon't of war and the assistant secretary that Tom Thumb. A. B. (X, Humpty f:sr-:"?

i Those of Local of state in order that they might bought tended, By Large Con One Ring Circus. Mother H.ibtn'j't

, know what comfort you are grapple with the situation on the : winter ,suit and under- and Built the, Three'Beanstalk Bears Zoo., Red Rii Ua s > T'

Post for Bravery. ,ground. tIn gregation. Five Little Pigs Mary tad a 'j>ti
wear Lamb etc., at- lIe to JLI3. '
missing and should at once accordance called
get with the so .
Flatt amendment which was embodied NOW IS THE TIME Banbury Cross. Bo Peep EiJtba Pit
next to a pair of ours. They're In the constitution of Cuba I there- I' The first of a series of evangelistic ture Land Holly Tree Wee books o::L-
Brigadier General W. P. Duvall services was_conducted at the First Syllable Books lOc tolIe.

t; beauties. commanding the department of the upon proclaimed for the island a provisional, the secretary government of- to do so. There's still a Baptist church last night and the congregation Louisa M.Aloott Books at from ;*
gulf recently issued the followin general big assortment the In attendance was both large book to J10 per set. trt
order complimenting officers and .war acting as provisional governor mv and representative and the outlookis

men stationed at Fort Barrancas for tUbe'could be replaced by)Ir.Magoon best of each style and at bright for a most successful meet Laura', 51. Richards works, Peggie, IUu.
Three Margaret etc., ,$Llk
I $$1.25 $1.50 $1.75 up to $$3.00. acts of bravery during the hurricane the late minister to Panama and governor }: a positive saving. Look ing. ;

in rescuing comrades from Fort Mo of the canal zone on the isthmus. ,' Dr. W. W. Hamilton conducted the A large assortment of One-Srble:;: IrIS-
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and tories, at 75c.
" r Ree: Troops were sent to support them and ; at our $10, $12.50 services last night and his sermon

Make Fine Christmas ,Presents- The department commander de-. to relieve the navy, the expedition being $15 suits. They please was a powerful effort and the congre- Stock and-prices the same as i in \or_

I sires' to express his appreciation of handled with most satisfactory : gation followed him closely throughout them Department Stores.
r Flannelette Night Shirts at $...OO.I' .. the courage and devotion to duty displayed -t speed and efficiency. Peace has come and satisfy. Underwear his discourse. His text was "Wilt

by the following named officers In the Island, and the harvesting of the bargains at $1 a suit. Thou Not Revive us Again; That Thy HARRY T. HOWLAND

and men during the hurricane which sugar cane crop the great crop of the for Christmas.H. People May Rejoice In Thee." ,
swept the Gulf coast on Sept. 27. 1906- Buy now Manager, De Luna
Island, is about to proceed. When the This afternoon services will be con Book Store,
I' Capt. Fred T. Austin A. C.r Second election has been held and the ,new ducted at 3 o'clock and to-night at De Luna SL, Phone 143L
C. Crawford A. C. First
Lieut Sergt.
; o'clock will be the
7:30 and these
THE Gustave Ungerer 9th So.. C A.; Sergt. government Inaugurated In peaceful will
JOHN WHITE STORE hours each day that the meetings
Frank Britton 7th Co., a,A.; Corporal and orderly fashion the provisional be held during the entire aeries. D KL D ---=.

Paul Dreager. 7th Co., CL-A.; Corporal government win come to an end. 0 0. ANSON Dr. Hamilton reached the city last .
Malie Haynes 9th Co., C. A. Private of ?
; The United States wishes nothing ,
late train just ln'time to
L.: Specialists in Men's and Boys' Wear Franfi Brown. 7th Co.."C. A.$ Private Cuba except that It'shall prosper morally night conduct on the a service and this morn 'CAFE i
Powell B. Chandley 7th Co. C. A. CASH CLOTHIER
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; and and wishes nothfng
materially ing Dr. W. D. Wakefleld who is to
Phone 225 205-207 5. PALAFOX Private Rancy Grigg 9th Co., C. A.; of the Cubans save that they shall be Coraer Pilifox and Mali. assist in the meeting will arrive. j
Private George Reid 7th Co., C. A.
F "These officers and men manned a .able to preserve order' among them- I I They have been conducting a seriesof NON P AREIL !

boat and after several hours effort selves and therefore to preserve their meetings in San Antonio Texas,
! 1 and direct to Pensacola from
__ ___ came
made a successful trip from Fort Bar- independence. If the elections become !
rancas to Fort Fla. and farce and If the habit that city. B 1.2 S. Palates Street.upstart. M
\.................................................. cued comrades from McRee -res-of insurrectionary COCKROACH'PEST ,The prominent evangelists come to
a position becomes Island it is
confirmed
the
: on: Stern's Electric Paste Guarantec to Pensacola upon the invitation.of Rev Open 7 a. m. to 9 p. m. ?
; great periL The boat
was In constant absolutely out of the: question, ,that the Exterminate'Them. ThoSe M. Callaway pastor of the First
I danger of being swamped by the storm Island should .continue, independent, church and ,the members of ft OUR ,SPECIALTIES: |
and Put Sterns' Electric.Rat and Roach Baptist
the
'crew in imminent danger of
I h A SURE CURE FOR COLD I I'f I drowning as no man could have over'and the ,United States: which has assumed Paste In sinks and one the shelves the congregation and represent the Business Men's Dinner, 12 to js

come the force of the waves 'had he the sponsorship before the clv- and In the morning you can sweep upa Home Mission Board. Some time a 2-30, 50 cents.
been thrown Into the sea. world for Cuba's career as a nation panful of dead roaches. since the Southern Baptist Convention Theatre Meal Parties regular boa'dS
ers and Tickets.' 5
i would to Intervene This remarkable exterminator is which represents all of the !!II :
ROOMS i "It is courage such as this,,aa wellas again have :w
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[ bravery In battle which has made and to oee that ,the government was the only one on the market where churches of the, south decided to PHONE 1530.
Is returned If it fails to I recognize the evangelistic work and I
If service in our, army one of honor." managed In such orderly fashion as to your money I The neatest. cleanest and best 9
selected Rev. Dr. Wakefield as the
satisfaction. Much better than
i : Put a gas heater in them-$ .50, $3.25 or: $10. Jackson Squire Coffee-:a New Or secure, the safety.of.life and property.; give powders,aa it does not blow away. representative of the board. He and I.I.= place meals.In town In which to get four 3 C

A.,' : leans luxury. For sale by all leading .b at.'cIereee Sterns Paste is also'guaranteed to Dr. Hamilton have since been engagedin h Come once; we win trust you to 2
Turn valre
a scratch a match and the fire's made. grocers. 1, 2 and 4 pound air tight ,Tbe.second .International conference kill, off,rats and mice. this work, and have' been meeting come ayain. g

; : Just the thing for; hall, bath room, dining room or tins. 25c 50c and $1.00. American m republics,- held'In Mexico Sold everywhere or sent prepaid with great success. A-'DXIl ;IIKBgES: WKI!

: bedroom. In the yearw 1i1-02, provided for: on.receipt of price. ,2 oz. box 25c.. The meetings at the First Baptist:

ALABAMA CONFERENCE TO the:'holding oftththlrd ''conferencewithinfive 16'oz. box, 100. ,,Stearns' Electric church will continue throughout ,this
Paste Co., Buffalo N.: Y.. (formerly week Into the .
CONVENE IN EUFAULA,'TODAY.: learat&U ieommltted the and" next, if the interest KNOWLES BROS.
Chicago Ill) I It, and it is requested that
warrants
I fixing,.of the time,and place'and the: .. "
: The South Alabama ,Conference of ; all .those who anticipate assisting in Insurance.FIRE .
arrangements the conference to the
Pensacola the Methodist Episcopal church the chorus come prepared at the service -
Gas :
| ,Company gayejT49g..lo Dd'>ot...th.'- bureau of:I LIFE, ACCIDENT, MARINE
South, will.conv ne in ,Eufaula to-day, r-oOO.ooo.hS now been reSuced"to, ",this, : afternoon' and' .tonighC ,
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I Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. i and it is !xpectea. that there will be a iwBiftf about 150,000. This result has been .LMH- lBMMBWHw General Agents of
I repreentav.e..t- alI'tbe American The "best for the money-Jackson
... .................................................. L.large E. Nobles number of of this delegates,city. and present.C. L. nations in Washington. That board brought about by Canadian and some Square Coffee. Put up in air tight TheEquitable
other sealing vessels killing the female
Wiggins of Pine Barren are discharged the, duty imposed uponIt 1,' 2 and 4 pound tins. Absolutely LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF NEVt

................. ........................ ......+S4S the Mr. delegates from this district among and ,,with marked fidelity and 'pains i seals annual while pilgrimage In the water to and during from their the. guaranteed taste. to satisfy the most fastidious -,. 309 South YORK.Palafox Street.

Wiggins will leave to-night for taking care, and .:upnthe! courteous'r south or In search of food.
Eufaula' Invitation ottU, Unite!*States of Brazil '
i One Third ofYourLifeinBed Among the matters of Interest to Jbe conference was held at Rio 'deJaneiro The-process of destruction has been
I WORKMAN WAS
Pensacohans which are to come up at accelerated during recent years by the OPERA HOUSE
continuingt tromthe 23d' of
this session will be the assignment of appearance of.a number of ;Japanese
July to the 20th of August last. Many ,
i a pastor' to the new First Methodist vessels engaged in pelagic sealing.Suitable .
: church formerly the Palafox Street subjects of common Interest to all theAmerican I representations regardingthe BADLY INJUREDFELL

church. :Many of the congregation are ; ,nations weres dIscussed .byt I Incident have been made to the THE ACROBATIC WONDER
i : Since In hopes that Rev. Henry Trawicfc of conference. and the conclusions
about
third of '
a your life is spent in t government of ;Japan. and we are as-
Montgomery will be assigned to this reached, embodied in series of resolutions Mr. Ben DunhrmAssisted
bed why not have the bed comfortable church. sured that all practicable measures will FROM STAGING IN, L.. & N.
f i. ; you .. and proposed conventions, will be taken by that country to"prevent
all that's be,laid before upolitbe'coming of WAREHOUSE A DISTANCE By
get good and comfortable in the ADJOURNED SESSION OF' yon any recurrence of the outrage.We .

f; bed line here. CITY: COUNCIL TO BE HELD. the final report of the ;American''dele- ,baTe not relaxed our efforts to 'OF ABOUT 50 FEET. Mrs. Dunham and Willie

gates., MPftMnut; secure fen agreement with Great Britain -

I Iron Beds $2.50, $4, $5 and up to $25. An adjourned' session of the City returned'' rP4: .:-, ,V ;SUfI for adequate protection of the seal ;.Will Mitchell, colored a workman Farlne,
Council Is to be held have just =from a trip to '
to-night and herd and negotiations with ;Japan for employed unloading kalnlt from one of Pensacola.
Springs, Woven Wire and Victor Spiral, $4.50. many matters of importance are to Panama and shall report to yon at the same are in of the steamers' moored alongside of
be discussed among which will be the length later on the whole subject of the purpose progress one of the Louisville & Nashville
Felt Mattresses $6.50 The' laws for the of the
protection
$15.
|' to : selection of a building recommendedby Panama canaL wharves was badly Injured there

Feather Pillows $2 $3 $3.50 the Board of Public Works for urn The .AkM.. tea..tI. seals within the Jurisdiction of the yesterday by. falling a distance of
; and $5. United States need 'revision and DECEMBER 10 1906.
f as a temporary police headquarters The Al * and city hall during the constructionof amendment.8eeoB. broken and the man was otherwise
BUY USEFUL CHRISTMAS I signed by the United. States as'wen as
t. GIFTS. the
I new building. Reports from < Ha v* Comfere e.. bruised. ,
.. the Bond Trustees will also .be heardat by most of the powers-:of.Europe,'su' 'In my last message I advised you Mitchell 'was trucking kainit from ,
f;' ++ this session. persedes the previous.(convention of that the emperor of Russia bad taken the ship to the warehouse.; Inside the MANY NEW FEATURES TO BB

The meeting was adjourned from 1880, which was.also'tigned both by warehouse he attempted to throw INTRODUCED.
tile initiative In bringing about a second -
i MARSTON & QUINA last Wednesday'on account'of lack ofa the United States. anda majority of' the load of_ kainit from' the barrow,
peace conference at The Hague. Prices-25c 50c and 75c.
i quorum. the European, powers! This treaty and in doUa&,1O lost his balance fallIng ,
: confers upon ,u* 'equal' commercial Un4er'the guidance of Russia the arrangement from the staging to ,the kalnlt

i 108/110 S. Palafox St. Phone 149. Pensacola, Fla. POSTMASTERS .rights.with all European countries and of the preliminaries for below. He was taken. in the patrol ONE NIGHT ONLYI
such a conference has been progressing wagon to hla.home. No ,123 North
does not entail. { of
a single obligation FRIDAY DECEHBER 7.Sale .
+.........>.. ........................................ APPOINTEDBy any kind upon usandJ..eaP1\9ltly hope during the I past year. Progress has Tarragona street
-L- necessarily been slow, owing to the
It may be speedily ratLed.SealIeg. .
Associated Press. : great'number of countries to be consulted TO INCREASE PAY
one of the requirements of life. Washington. Dec. 4.-The following .
Clean I Clothes I h will always be clean if you postmasters were apointed today: The destruction of the Prlbilof island upon every question that hasarisen. OF, CONGRESSMEN
.
It Is a matter of satisfaction
I them to Florida L. C. Lynch, Gainesville; fur seals by pelagic sealing still S I ii. T1 .
that all of the American republics have AssocIated Press.
The New Method Laundry Georgia Wharker, Elberton; South ,,continues. The herd which, accordingto Washington. Dec. 4.- -Representative
now. for the first time, been Invited to ; -
Carolina J. F.
Richardson Greenville
PHONE IffiS E. W. LAWRENCE. Pro,,. 5eVethsdLaiisdryBI4.. W. Rnnn i, : the Burve y made in 1S74 by direction Gaines of Tennessee introduced a
in the conference.
G. D. Short, Sumpter, J.-R. Cothran join proposed
AGENTS WANTED.l \ I Jr., Anderson. of the congress numbered,'-700.- bill to-day raising the salaries of members
Army aaa Kary.It
000 and which according to the surrey of congress to 17,000 effective
-'--- must ever be kept In mind that r
with the
sixty-first congress and
reimbursing -
of both American and Canadian
saBSB'ssxsxswJUST FOUR CHILDREN war is not merely Justifiable but imperative them for
money actually
commissioners In 1891,.,amounted to '
BURNED TO, DEJATH upon honorable men upon anI spent in traveling. at, each_ session of
honorable nation where peace can congress. '

A FEW MORE LEFT By Associated Press. $100 REWARD $100. I I only be- obtained by the sacrifice! of

I \Vestfield N. ,J.. Dec 4.-Four children The readers of this' 'paper Trill be t conscientious conviction or of national yt
two boys and two girls ranging pleased' to ,learn that there is 'at least welfare ,
from two months to five years old one 'dreade4| disease that science baa GoodNas: ;
I wer burned to death near here tonight been able. to-:cure Irv all Us' stages and ,|F The United States navy Is the surest ) ,
that is atarrh.' :Hails Catarrh Cure is guarantor of peace which this countrypossesses

;, | of those ODD AND END SUITS I've been Oscar Felter Mrs. W.who F.are Wezel living and together Mrs. medical the only fraternity.positive cure Catarrh-now.known being a to constitutional the I do not ask that we con ;

f telling about andTHEY'RE went out to work leaving the children, disease requires' a constitutional '," tinue to increase our navy. I ask _

1; at home alone. The house. ,caught fire' taken Intefnallr treatment.: acting HaIr directly Catarrh upon Cure the is, merely, that It'be maintained at Its : rc 'ii Iiico

t during their absence.FLORIDA .. blood and mucous surfaces of the system, present strength and this can be done MANY PENSACOLA READERS

I GOING FAST thereby ddestroytng foundation of the only if we replace the obsolete and out- '
disease 'and giving the,patient strengthby HAVE HEARD IT AND PROFITED !.
MAN building up the constitution and assisting i worn ships by new and good ones, the i
f : nature in doing its work.' The equals of any afloat in any navy To THEREBY.
In WAS DEFEATEDBy hare much faith In its
proprietors so
perfect condition
and fine
:
material, and curative powers that they offer One Hun stop building ships for one year means of teats: to-day. Prices 23 un'
Associated Press. dred Dollars for any case that It fails that for that year the navy goes back to $1.50.
w. workmanship, but odd and end sizes,,'from Washington Dec. 4.-The house to cure. Send for lint of testimonials. Instead of forward.In .
Address F. J. CHENEY &. CO.. Toledo "Good news travels fast" and the
r $9.75 to $16.50. democratic caucus tonight elected Ohio both the army and the navy thereis thousands of back ,sufferers In Pen- AT THE
li They'reWORTH ,
.. Paul Porter of Mississippi sergeant- Sold by all Druggists T k. urgent need that everything possible
.. sacola glad to learn that
are
> at-arms of the caucus and a "special Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. prompt
house employee." Porter's strongest should be done to maintain the highest relief Is within their reach. Many a

i. 25 PER CENT opponent was T. J. Appleyard of standard for the personnel alike as regards lame weak and aching back Is bad

Lake City Fla.JUDGE the officers and the enlisted men.I no more thanks to Doan's Kidney RINKTHURSDAY

do hot believe that In any service Pills. Our citizens are telling the

more than I'm asking for them. You, had BUCKLEY OF'' there Is a finer body of enlisted men good news of their experience with

THE SMILE OFSATISFACTION and of Junior officers than we have in the Old Quaker Remedy. Here is an
better take
advantage before the COLD BIRMINGHAM DEADBy example worth.reading:
both the and
army the navy. Including
: Z. A. Thomas circulation managerof NIGHT,
f WEATHER strikes you. They are bargains. Associated Press. the marine corps. The Pensacola Dally ;Journal and

'Birmingham, Dee. 4.-Chas,-A. Buck Is visible on the face of'every West Point and Annapolis already living at 913 East Lloyd St. cornerof DECEMBER 6.

ley for twenty years postmaster of man wearing shirts collar or turn out excellent officers. We do not 10 AV&, says: "I had a dull aching

this city and previously probate judge cuffs laundered here. need to have these schools made more pain In the small of my.back at times

;' A FULL AND of the county died to-night after a scholastic. On the contrary we should which annoyed me greatly and whenI

: COMPLETE brief illness. Judge Buckley' was a Perfect Laundry WorkIn never lose sight of the fact that the saw Doan'a Kidney Pills advertised. Fancy Dress ,Night.
native of Indiana and came south as I thought they might cure It so I pro
aim of each
f [ Line of Clothing and Furnishings for Men Youths and chaplain of a Union regiment every detail and it's the details man, who shall school be above Is to turn out a cured a box. The result was all that

f that count. : everything could be wished.: One box cured the All skaters will in
appear
\ Boys at prices perfectly else a fighting man. trouble
: satisfactory, AUCTION SALE. and there has not been the
There should soon be an Increase in slightest sign of a recurrence. ShouldI fancy dress. Grand race between -

t i ii On December 10. 1901. at 1%. o'clock The Star Steam the number of men for our coast de- have another attack in the future. fast skaters. Positively -
noon. I will sell at public outcry In front fenses. These men should be of theright I shall surely resort to Doan's Kidney -
of the County Court House at Pensacola and Pills, as I know they be depended only those in fancy dress
type properly can -
Fla-. for the benefit of all concerned Laundry trained and
iI JOS, COLEMAN about one hundred and fifty thousand there should 'therefore be an Increaseof upon to do all that is claimedfor permitted to skate. Ladiesin
superficial feet of picked.. up lumber. lost ,paf for'certain them." _
21 from alongside the British steamship 37 E. Garden St t J>hon.'114Pensacola skilled grades. especially For sale by all dealers.. Price 50' fancy dress admitted free
Tugela the of In the coast
on night September 2fith. artillery. Money
cents. Foster- nburn Co.
; I Phone 727. 212 S. ,Palafox Street. 6 and wharf.now Full piled particulars on the beach will near be Perdldo given, ,*Fla. should be appropriated to permit troops New York, sole agents for the, Buffalo United

f upon application to H, Baara ,ft: Gx. I to be massed In body and exercised Inmaneuvers Stater.

: "'" Agents. W.F. WILLIAMS,AucUon"r.i particularly In marching. Remember the' name-Doan's-and Bruce Skating Rink

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