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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: December 6, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
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Jury Selected to'Try Beautiful '
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of Condi '
Discussed and ReportOf s.ts Allegedand -. .

and Prominent Mississippi \ .4
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Returned Bill Against James -
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Head of War DepartmentSevere OR AT CRUSHED CLIFTON TO, ARIZONA.DtATH 1111: Ardis For Murder of Nephew Emil Lesser BRattled .;

II':, Longino in Office at .
on Officers and By Associated Press. !! Policeman Burnham.THEN v..r: 's I By Cross Ques\: ing of 1 .

Solomonvi, Arizona, Dec. Monticello. ;

Men at Fault. 5.-After thirty hours rain the Mr. Sheppard. .

great body of water impoundedby 1 ,
I PRESENTED ITS FINAL REPORT ;
a dam above Clifton swept ;
ALTHOUGH SHOOTING; WHICH
NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS away the wall and, .with AND MEMBERS OP THE '! __ 7II GALLAGHER STILL ON STAND I

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mighty force late yesterday WAS DELIBERATE IS ADMITTEDNOT -
SCORED FOR FAILURE TO DISCOVER engulfed what is known as the BODY WERE DISCHARGED-MIS- 7 WHENCOURTADJOURNEDANDWILL

Chase Creek section of the A LINE OF THE DEFENSEHAS I ______ I '
TO WITNESS .THIS -
AND REPORT PERPETRATION DEMEANORS REFERRED '' BE FIRST -
town. At least eighteen persons I _ '
PU6LIWOMAN
BECOME '
OF BROWNSVILLE OUT- were drowned or crushed COUNTY SOLICITOR.The 1IL I MORNING-FOUR OF THE JURORS j' :

;I to death by falling buildings. ATTEMPTED SUICIDE BEFORE

RAGE-SILENCE OF ENLISTED 1 II( Of these but two are Americans grand jury empaneled Monday !J' ___i SLIGHTLY iLL DUE TO

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II the others being Mexican\ morning In the circuit court after in- THE SHOOTING OCCURRED. -
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WEN: CONSIDERED CONNIVANCEAT LONG CONFINEMENT. '
I laborers. Full details are yet vestigating various matters broughtto T

THE CRIME.By \ unknown. its attention made its final presentment COL.'W. W. FLOURNOY. JUDGE L. J. REEVES. ,

to the court yesterday afternoonand 5y:! Associated Press. 1
\ = : : : ::: =: :: :: :: ': true in the Conducting the Examination on Be- The defense in the celebrated case .
Defense
was dismissed. Only two Hazelhurst, Miss., Dec. 5.-The trialon Leading Counsel for )
Associated Press. 'bills I were returned, both of which a charge of murder of Mrs. Angie Peonage Cases now on :Tria! half of Defense in the Peonin of W. S. Harlan et aL! charged with .

V i hington. Dec. 5.-The resolution [ charge murder. '1 he true Bill presented Birdsong. a young member.'of one of This City. age Cases. conspiracy to commit peonage will in .,
A/ NtW LAW fOR I 4
Cf '." ring the discharge of negro troops yesterday was against James the dost prominent families in Mississippi all probability rest sometime during '

cf Twenty-fifth Infantry was called Ardis, colored, charged with the murder began to-day, the choosingpf to-day, possibly by noon in whIch
z;; in the senate to-day by Senator of Police Office Burnham at the having been completed.Mrs. event the jury will get the case some'j'
j, .aker who proposed the NATIONAL BANKS a jury RAILROADS time Friday the intervening time T :
adoption
union depot a year ago, and who is I : Birdsong shot and killed Dr. CHICAGO on 'f
of
.f his resolution calling on the secrear still at large. In the case of Jesse T. H. Butler also a member of a being taken up with arguments .
\ of war for information as substi-- counseL Only half a dozen witnesses f
colored of Millview no true of for-
Wright, family and nephew
prominent ,
r-te for Senator Penrose's resolution the stand yesterday, three of s
were on
PASSED AUTHORIZING bill was returned. mer Governor Longino? of Misslsslnpi, WAGES '
MEASURE ADVANCE
TO and f I
Lamata
Harlan
calling on the president Senator The Final Presentment. on November 25. 1905. The shooting them, Messrs. ,
:*arren, of Wyoming offered a substi- Gallagher, being defendants in the I
LIMITED LOANS ON REAL The final presentment of the juryis occurred in Dr. Butler's office in i
'.If' for both of the resolutions. Sen ____uu'_____ --- case on trial. A notable witness or. t' }IIh
as follows: Monticello Miss., where Mrs. Bird- --- --
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; irs: Foraker, Culberson and Spooner ESTATE SECURITY. "Circuit Court First Judicial Circuit, resided. The woman the day was Emil Lesser, of Birmingham j

.. 'ated the subject which was finally Escambia State of Florida song young The Increase Will Amount who, after the proceedings
County
waited until 1
went to the office, a pa- 4. ;
Sandor
and ,
eterred until tomorrow on account oft : against Gallagher, Grace -
Fall Term, A. D., 1906. '
his i&terview ALABAMA
tient had completed THE I i f
and :
t t1 absence of Senator Penrose.A were instituted. went to Lockhart
the Honorable Francis B. Carter, Millions
PreSL "To
By Associated with the physician, and then enterIng to Nearly Thirty -i "
resolution was adopted calling Washington, Dec 5.-The house today Judge: fired five then proclaimed that no peonage existed h : HI
Dr.. Butler's presence, i
.' "a the secretary of commerce and while waiting for the report on "We the grand jury for the fall at the camps of the Jackson -
shots. Going to the stet, she remarked Annually. ",;.' i
1 IL nr for copies of all correspondences the appropriation bill, passed a meas- term, A. D., 1906, naving concludedour I to the gathering crowd that Lumber Company. i

1 s r.nected with the investigation of ure authorizing the secretary of the labors, beg leave to make this, they wculd find the result If' her CONfERENCE Four of the jurors, :Messrs. : t
:Milanese: excluded from the San Franco Puhtell, Kramer and Gilmore,
treasury to replace gold certificateslost our final presentment and ask to be work upstairs In the doctor's office, !
schools. I TO GIVE TEN cidedly under the weather ;
and also OFFICIALS WILLING ,
: or destroyed permitting ,discharged: and then surrendered herself to the : .i
Dr.
in executive session it was decided national tanks: to make loans on real i "We have carefully made Inquiry i iI sheriff. Although admitting the shooting : the long confinement, and Schad.'I'
:(ot to confirm any presidential cabit PER CENT DEMANDED BUT shaw was called upon to I i
I estate security and limiting the I into all such matters as properly she has not let her line of defense
Jurors
: nominations until all nominations t two of them last night t
amount of such loans.COMMUTED. and have made returns -
before
came us ;
Interestin EIGHT
r -re reported from committees.TAFT in each case according to the become public and the One Hundred and Twenty- WILL NOT GIVE AN Gilmore and Pnbtell appear to ,t fc
I the case has been heightened by fering from a slight attack of !
evidence as we saw it; returning true of her HOUR DAY-BELIEVED THAT J Jdue
EXPLAINS COUhSEOF the subsequent Indictment Six- Preachers Answer Mr. Kramer complains of an afflictIon% !
THE WAR DEPARTMENT TO bills where the evidence warrantedand husband 'ion a charge 6f being 'an,:J.c- WILL YIELD. to the water be has been drink'J. J"" .
true bills in such cases as the TRAINMEN ''
no
He Is not, however to be United .1 r
cessory. insinuated that << 'J'
,
It
:!;hingto Dec 5.-In his annual evidence was insufficient in our judg-- tried at' the present time.A Roll Call at Eufaula.Special """ ... ing-States Marshal was '1' f-" McGourin had "..,4 ; ( I

n Secretary Taft explains at IMPRISONMENTPRESIDENT ment to warrant a b.lL few days before the shooting By Associated. Press. been feeding the jurymen too high J.1 ; .4

f'' jrth. the course of the war departin "Such misdemeanors as came to Mrs. Birdsotg etterwt ,.l' s1 cMt.- Chicago Dec.' 5.-The Tribune tor and the suggestion was made that a *4 j\.'J

connection with.the discharge our attention we directed the state her preliminary hearing, her-mother- to The Journal. day says: plate of Dick Warfield's fish chowder 1 fe 1 ;.

tn military service of a battallion attorney to furnish the names of the in-law testified that the prisoner had Eufaula Ala, Dec. 5.-The seventy- The railways of Chicago contemplate -would fir them up al! right again. t.; i1 I II.
MERCY IN the solicitor for : .
''T c..iirpo troops. The secretary is SHOWS witnesses to county mental agitationover Alabama annual ;
experienced fourth :session of the making increases in the wages Emil Lesser. '
i> !in i his condemnation of the non- his action. her character. ..
in this city
rumors concerning conference convened I In the immediate ,
of their employees
utiissioned CASE OF NEGROES CONVICTED "We desire to thank the court and II i Emil Lesser, president of the German '
officers for failing to at 9 a- m., this day, Bishop W. W. future which, in the aggregate, will of Alabama. ', ,
courtesiesand Society
officials for their Immigration
the court
: ":." and report the perpetrators OF MUTINY AND The prominence of both' families in Duncan, of Spartanburg, S.' C., presid make all increases made on the rail j jI I defense as a star t "
". kindness and having dischargedthe who was called by J
I Brownsville outrage, and of the in: Mon-
the case and Intense feeling ing. Devotional exercises. were conducted roads of me country in the recent anythingbut ,
I -'Ki men, who, by maintaining siconnived MURDER.By duties Incumbent upon us by of to I witness, proved himself H 4
who read 1 _
ticello caused a change venue by Dev. A. Hood, small by comparison. Advances I
... past seem the on trial. t. tHe
men
J at the crime. In con- your honors charge, we ask to be dis Is about a good witness for
Mrs. Birdsong
be granted. Corinthians 12. are expected to be given be- agitated white on tht i '
Associated Press. greatly
I' on the report sa.sluch : I charged. 22 of age, and her youth and There is a large attendance of and January 1, which will was ft
Washington Dec. 5.-The presidenthas "Respectfully submitted. years tween now witness stand and kept moving abou ; .! .'
\ sympathy has been evokedfor the In court of her two and laymen. The bishop combined incomes of Che '
presence preachers make the : fj
commuted to life imprisonment, 1.1. A. DUBUISSON, rising and sitting and gesticulatinf
those who have I j
been
so long in exerteda
small children have already the recent death of lines from
t the the sentence of death pronounced upon "Foreman. : spoke feelingly on 450,000 employees of these wildly. Mr. Lesser, in reply to th
:Iublicservice as some of the noncommissioned strong sympathetic Influence on the Bishop J. J. TIgert and of the illness $25,000,000 to $30,000,000 greater in W. B
Arthur Adams and Robert Sawyer, "a P. PROCTOR questions of District Attorney
( officers and others of I the choice of a jury I One hundred tk 't
making Galloway. 1906. '
case of Bishop 1907 than in examination eta
of the
C) battalion of the Twenty-fifth In- negroes, members of the crew "Clerk. : Sheppard on cross \ '
very difficult and twenty-six preacners answereuto The only thing that prevents the with Jew -'
Ian' I It schooner Henry A. Berwind, who The final presentment was made to ted that he was connected
; is to be said with 4'
respect Among the special counsel presentat the roll calL J. M. :Mason was elected proposed advances between now ana the occasion o; .
I. 11 -SP non-commsioned officers that were convicted of mutiny and murderon the court about 3:30: o'clock in the afternoon ish societies, out on
the trial are Senator A. J. McLau- secretary. the end of the year is inability of the had been looking '
Lockhart
board that vessel about a year ago. and the jurors were discharged his trip to
UP"II" i-.pnj especially falls the duty ofE1dflsIning former Governor Longino, A. N. elders were made a their trainmen to .
nfl The presiding railroads and he had not investi -
still in for only
: The men were tried and are immediately.Civil Germans ;
; the discipline of the com- A. C. McNair and R. L. and they made The :
Miller
committee amicable and
nomination reach an agreement. into the alleged capture 4
jail at Wilmington, North Carolina. Cases on Trial. gated
r:1IT1": and the battalion?: and that
byre1tfli -V ,
.
of their long service and from Another member of the crew convicted The case of A. J. Ventors vs. D. J. Dent their report.Dr. engineers conductors, firemen, brakemen beating of Mihaly near Laurrl Hill .
W. W. Pinson. one of the gen- and other trainmen have asked the fact that he a9- it
th-i! on the same charge, was executed. Hennelly was on trial during the afternoon notwithstanding
official
huneover; authority the men they and have mor more I It involved the title to some L. &. N. OFFICIALS/ eral secretaries of 1 missions of the M. both for 10 per cent advances and for mitted having.been in the court room -, '. : ; i
op- i E. church South, is presentA an eight-hour day. trial when testimony -
CHISHOLM IN THE property near Flomaton and not be- at the preliminary '
tonnnln()
to learn the
circumstances John :Massey ,president that they T '
from officials indicate
.
until this report Railroad relative to this occurrence was .
this badint: to a detection of the guilty in INSANE ASYLUM ing moraine.concluded went over UNDER ARRESTCHARGED of the Alabama Conference Female are willing to give the 10 per cent adduced. Mr. Sheppard questioned 4

*Kh case than any others Connected College, showed the institutionin Increase, but that they are not willingto Mr. Lesser closely relative to his relations I

the regiment. Indeed It was By Associated Press. RUSSIAN INSPECTOR a flourishing condition. give an eight-hour day and their with immigration; societies and f fI .
their J peculiar duty to find out and Tuscaloosa,.Ala., Dec. 5.-Alexander KILLED BY WORKMANBy I DISCRIMINATION Routine tutiness was\ the order of present disposition is to withhold thewage had-him read the letter which ap- .

t disclose! the facts but they have failed R. Chisolm who was recently on trial WITH the day. advance until the eight-hour demand peared in The Journal yes't r-iay and ,.

do so. It may be that they were in the United States court at Birm- Associated Press. AGAINST MEMBERS OF TELE- is withdrawn. They believe the I which he had given to {Q-iacken-:

*' o derelict in this. If not, then they ingham, charged with embezzling one St Petersburg, Dec. 5.-Inspector trainmen will yield after the groundfor boss. In his letter Mr. Lesser had stated c '

| lw had the misfortune to be associ-- hundred thousand dollars from the Shermetlief, who after the antiJewish GRAPH ORDER.By CHALLENGE CUP the denial is explained to them In that if a man was caught and v :

atsi"* 'Ith men whose conduct and Im- First National Bank of that city was outbreak at Bialystok in June last conference. and then the wage ad- beaten near Laurel HilL as charged ,, '

onmt from detection require the gov- tonight placed In the asylum for the for which he was said to be responsible Associated Press. WAS WON FAIRLYE. vances will speedily follow. Railroad with\ the knowledge of the Jackson ,
erllae1it; in the public service to exer- insane here. Chisolm's trial ruled as was shot and mortally woundedby '4
Mobile, Dec. 5.-Warrants were today operating officials say the reason for Lumber Co., when the action was '
05! fts reserved contract right of a mistrial on account of the Illness of a workman ,this morning near the served on Charles Marshall, declining to grant; an eight-hour day proved he would be ready to modify 1 ; .
; '
thrb 1liI'narFe; against the entire body of a Juror and defendant was releasedon Fontanka canaL The Inspector's assailant superintendent of the New Orleans- E. SMITHERS EXONERATEDFROM to trainmen Is that it would either his statement that no peonage existed. .>.... '

The they were members. I fifteen thousand dollar bond. I then shot and killed himself. Mobile division of the Louisville and DRAGGING make necessary wholesale! changes In 1 W. S. Harlan. ,,I ( I
OF
I '
suggestion CHARGE
ters that this made in some quar- Nashville road and the attorneys of the arrangements of their divisions or, W. S. Harlan, general manager of .4, '

hated in battalion has been the company, charging them with discrimination RIVAL HORSE IN RACE. heavily increase their operating expenses -,the Jackson Lumber Co. was on the ,. .
tnia
way simply because Interest Bonds against certain employeesof in other ways :stand for nearly three hours. He told j' t
the WiJPrepay .
men are colored hardly merits I on By Associated Press. f -of''Xew
a
no- the with-one Schwartz, .
The arrests are [of his dealings
tice. The fact of their color the company. New York, Dec 5.-The board Of / .t t r
and the KILLEDT who Is now under >
the federal labor agent
result of indictments by Association THREE ; York : .
ranal feeling aroused between review of the National Trotting t. t '
In the them Due Between and grand jury on information from Wash- that the golden !! indictment for violating the labor
citizens of Brownsville I January MayBy to-day decided SIX INJURED that i ,;
may It is alleged Vie discriminations laws of New York state stating ; :
1--been ington. the
the cause and challenge offered by I .
.:_ furnhfced the cup negotiations for 290 j
members of the Order the bad opened
1
L ive. out; certainly not a are against Memphis Trotting Association in 1905; By Associated Press. 1 1Cahmbersburjr 1, been placed ,, ;
| tte for the plot to Associated Press. twelve million dollars. of Railway Telegraphers. was won fairly and the case against FSL, Dec. 5.-Three men the order having first batch of ., : -
JUStifica'l ;SO and the
*ftun and children; but to i Washington, Dec. 5. Secretary Secretary Shaw said that in anticipating Elmer E. Smithers was dismissed. men were killed. one fatally hurt and about being April received about the middle "' '. .

tni only in explanation of the 'Shaw to-day gave notice to holdersof this payment he was influencedby The case grew out of the alleged five others severely Injured to-day In men and others reaching Lockhart .< t
TRIED of May
ttaacvg is the fact of tneir circum-1 United States bonds that interest the fact that the treasury collected, COWBOYS drugging of Lou Dillon at the Memphis the works of the Geiser Manufacturing June and July. He testified :- '

III levant maturing between January 1 and May during November seven million dollars meeting In October, 1904 and Co.. at Waynesboro, by the fall of during the different departments ofI -

'9 1 .a body of men sworn to uphold 1, of next year would be prepaid with- in surplus revenues ancTTnat the TO HANG NEGRO Smithers, who owned and drove Major an elevator. regarding: each of which, he said. '
th w. enlisted as the instruments out rebate on and after Decemoe'r 15. :collections for December would likely Delmar in the race. was charged I!'was the company the control of a superintendent 4 1
under
*!?> antaining, the supremacy of the Checks for interest due January 1 on I be nearly as much. The action, therefore with being cognizant of the ill treatment Granted a Respite. ..I

b: :o obligation of comradeship, registered bonds will be mailed to the released to the business of the of C. K. G. Billlngs's mare Nashville, Dec. Governor C r*1 Harlan said that to his knowt\ 54 p,

tb,*; would prevent one from telling owners of the bonds on or before the I country an amount practically equal FOR WEARING KNIGHTS OF i which resulted in her failure to show has granted a respite of two weeksto Mr. bad been chased -' .
evei
rIl. ith and detailing the circum- fifteenth. The aggregate amount to the surplus revenue collected for form in the race and in the winning John B. Smith colored,* who was pdce. no one returned to the camps to : <
ra::". I PYTHIAS PIN AND "PUTTING I .thousand dollar gold cup to have teen ha need in Knoxville to- with dogs or '
the months. five
s thai would lead to the con- which may be paid out is nearly two of the work out debt and that ne knew of .
t't'.n! of his associates of murder, AIRS." I by Major 'Delmar. Today's decision day for the murder of a woman with whipping a having taken place at the '1
ON no
taI"! exonerates Smithers.By whom he had been intimate. '
recosmized by those in author- entirely He bad heard of men leaving '
{camp.
Ih.* inn chained with the responsibil- Fast Train Monon Route By Associated Press. I(the camp and had instructed Gallft- .'
'"f on John E
5.-Because
manuaining the discipline of Topeka, Dec. |gher that no one be allowed to com
I' 1Tn Lewis a negro wore a Knights" of Finley Chosen to Succeed to Lockhart during working hours.G.

1 possible that evidence may Wrecked Ncar Frankfort Ind. Pythias pin and "put on airs two I1 W. Lamata.
"irtuced "future which will tend Wichita cowboys tried three timesto G. \\.. Lamata. superintendent of the

'fanate entirely some of the men hang him on a Sante Fe train today The Late Samuel Spencerfor turpentine business of the company

hr" '"srharged both from participa- between Lawrence and this city. land also a defendant in the case on i '

tr' '"' the crime and assistance in By Associated Press. I I their way along the ground at the Each time he wiggled out of the noose ,' I trial, was on the stand for a short 11

ta mspiracy: of silence prevent Chicago, Dee. 5.-Train No. 36' on I side of the tracks for a considerable and after the third attempt jumped t the disaster .time. He said that ne naa never oeen -
Press.New was present, as was
,1 I 'wtion. of the offenders; and the Monon Road, which is the fast I distance before being brought to a from the train and escaped. The cow York Associated Dec. 5... W. Finley, Operator Jacobs at Lawyers. >present when anyone was whipped -J, '
,1'! such facts are shown into stop. The Injuries of the passengersare boys prevented the passengers from of the Southern had never seen anyone brought j I
J
limited of that line between Cincin- second vice president and
'- I bruises and cuts received by beIng by flourishing their I The hearing which will be strictly = ; ;
:
all be knew about ,
anyone affected by the or- saving the negro Railway, was to-day. elected president j back to the camps; : .
nati and Chicago was derailed early thrown about the cars. private is being held! in the generalmanager's ]
11.'U\ what he had read
be brought to your at- revolvers. the late president, Samuel; whipping was I" '"
succeed
t.' and, i understand, will render to-day two miles north of Frankfort, The conductor Mort Mason of In- to j office and a force of sten- any the newspapers. His testimony 'jf ;'
IUr I dianapolis, was bruised. The five NOWATLANTA'S Spencer. i* 1i ographers Is taking the testimony. All in ,
broken rail. JOYNER fi
sons eligible to reenlistment"it Ind., by a Eighteen passengers "CAP. I I was not of great importance.
passengers most seriously injured j the employees of the Southern who "f: '
THESOUTHERN
--- out of a total of 175 on the MAYOR INVESTIGATION OF Robert Gallagher. "
Girl Fatally Burned. were: RY. WRECK'had anything to do with the handlingof :. Robert Gallagher, woods super* 1; ,

,h mapolis' ind.. Dec 5.-Eight train were injured, but nobody was Frank Kelly, Frankfort, Ind., in- --=-Press. the two trains were ordered to be tendent of the Jackson Lumber Co. 't ..i of

T<- Perhaps fatally burned ind killed, and it is not believed that any jured Internally.Mr. By Dec.Associated 5.-The biennial mu JTashington, ;;. C. H. Ackert,] in Washington to-day to testify. Mat- and one of the defendants was th& iV '.', t '
.: in a panic caused by of the Injured will die. Atlanta, manager of the road. and E.I tor: : asserts he did not let train No. :27 6f the day and had not ; 1
an ex- and Mrs. to-day resulted In the general last witness
election
!. !to The train was going at a high rate Charles Cromwell, nicipal superintendent of ,the' into the block until he -had been givena .
a examination when t
match 't
factory in West beneath Frankfort Ind, cut and bruised.M. of W. R. Joyner to succeed H. Coapman finished his direct :
and the rail broke choice )
'polls to-day. of speed Woodward. "Cap"JoyDer Danville division of the Southern railway clear track by the operator at Lawyer's the court adjourned for the day. Sir. ;, i '
L. Davis James
the engine, which however passedthe broken. Frankfort, Ind., wrist Mayor has been for twentysevenYears began an investigation todayto the next signal tower beyond.Operator Gallagher was asked but few questions Q't. 1 .. I

', Supt. Glass Resigns. place In safety. All of the bag- Atlanta lire department determine officially the cause of Jacobs of Lawyer's denies during the time he was on the ; : f
of the
S,.,'" >'sville Fla., Dec. 5.-District gage and mail cars coaches and David Mabbett Manson, Ind, bruised chief formerly president of the wreck last Thursday in which the statements of Mattox and declares stand. and as a matter of fact needed ;. '! ., !! t'I
and -
(: lniendent Glass, of the Atlantic sleepers left the track. and 'some of and cut about the head. International was Associations of Fire President Spencer and. seven others that he received no report of; but little Questioning as he fired a I' tJ :

I t..:" .,.Line resl ned to-day, effective them were badly damaged. There Is All the Injured were en route to the being the only man ever lost their lives; Operator G. T. Mat- the movements of train X'D1.. which 'I "
1-Q'n.' 411- His successor Is not no embankment at the scene of the the Chicago Fat Stock Show. They re-elected Engineers to that""position., tox who -has been held responsible was struck-bY." the Atlanta express. I (Continued on Second Paic.l ..

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.' quet by:Dr. C.. P.Henry. The prizes, mmgwI.
which were silver cups, were presented -. TOI
on behalf of the ladies of the i CAFENONPAREIL i iI THE BREMEN

T. L A: by Rev John Stanley Thomasand Ii _
Hon A. G., Campbell. _
Thanksgiving evening there was an ; '

old fashioned spelling bee at the high I I HAfiMUSCOOC .-s' .
school, which was much enjoyed. The ARRIVE JAN.l

proceeds. are to go towards the pay- %;
ment of the piano recently published. i 8 1-2 S. Palates Street Bpstair g
Many sorrowing friends and acquaintances -

flaking attended the funeral of Melville .. Open 7 a. m. to 9 p. m. K; ,
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McDonald. The sympathy of the :It! 31 l -I
whole town is with the bereaved lOUR SPECIALTIES: e .
mother, brothers and sister of the -
12 to
I Business Men's Dinner
Powder young man,. who .has so suddenly: and 'e 2:30. 50 cents. 5 -_"a I
JL terribly been taken trom them. N Theatre Parties, regular board- u -
: .Tuesday. evening the ladies of the era and Meal Tl ket.. g Vessel Representing German

North M, E. church gave a social at .;| PHONE 1530. .
PURE the parsonage for Dr. Baker, who has
ABSOLUTELY x
: Will
Spend
just returned from conference. De n The neatest. cleanest and best Government
Funlak rejoices with tne members of 3 Place la town In which to get your H

Healthful of tartar derived solely from his, church in his being returned to ill A meals.Come once; we will trust you to BI tt I Nine Days Here.
j cream the pastorate here. The social was come again. >f u,

; grapes, refined to absolute purity, is the active largely attended and dainty refresh- Ii fl.1tl1 ....a;;llmgaJ: !"': -- Iji BEIBOC
ments served.
I cruiser Bremen the
The German
of of Royal Baking
c principle every pound : : fine representative of the German

: Powder. : 3\1 navy, which visited this port two
; Is to arrive here on a. visit
BEULAH.
r years ago
t Hence it is that Royal Baking Powder ,.:': ) < ArtEmbroidery I on January 31st. It was known some GreatlHome ."
that the cruiser was to
days since .
renders the food remarkable both for its fine ; "' pay another visit to the port Curing f .

'. Special tOThe, Journal.Beolah .- I' Opening. months, but the exact
the next few Drink For All
flavor and healthfulness. Dec. 5.ThanksgivIng was' not known-
date was
general, observed by the people of AH the ladies who are Interestedin II According to advices received by r

No alum, no phosphate-which are the I this, community' ;.but we were disappointed dainty novelties for Christmas the customs officials the cruiser will h

principalelementsoftheso.calledcheap In not having'services.ineither gifts will be more than delightedwith arrive on January 31st and remain Indigestion"I
of the chucbes.
those to be displayed by Mrs. here until February 9th a more extended V ,,
; baking powders-and which are derived :Mr.: Ella Woodson' spent Thanksgiving H. V. Kendall. Monday. Dec. visit than on the former cruiseto
with friends at Pine Barren, returning :4 _-_ _--_ _ _
: from bones rock and sulphuric acid. home at her store 34 South Palafox. gulf ports. This news will be received -
Sunday.
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+ cordially invited. New with much gratification by the
Mr. and Mrs. Bowman were the added daily. 3.1 citizens of Pensacola especially the r M I II
. guests of Mrs Bowman of Muscogee, '
German residents, who anticipate the The value of real
on Thanksgiving. They were accom- Mrs. H. V. Rendall. visit of the cruiser with much pleas I IP great a ,
panied by Miss Florence Thatcher.
: ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.. NEW YORK. : : : ure. The officers and men made many LJLJ Ale
They were also present at the : : : : friends upon their former visit to this genuine Ginger as a -
I Thanksgiving exercises at the Musco
port and it is expected that several
gee Union church in the evening. remedial -for Indigestion has
entertainments in their honor will be agent
-- --------- -- Mrs. Mahala T. Holman of Musco SERVICES ATBAPTIST
given during the coming visitNEW
: II out of the window and the dogs got gee, who has been the guest of fter been thoroughly' and satisfactorilyproven
.in behind him. They had a pretty daughter ?Irs.. Bowman' this week has
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t'CHUMUCKLA. : hot chase around the place, the cat returned to her mtC' CHURCHLAST OFFICERSTO Red Rock Ale
I finally taking his abode up in a tree Mrs. T., E.. _Garret: and:,,daughters, by Ginger
north of the house when Mr. Grimes Ruth and Violet, ofMobileAla., are

Special to The JournaL I I I shot him. the,.guest of Grand -pa ;A. J.. Garrett. NIGHT WERE LARGELY AT- BE CHOSEN : This statement is sustained by the fact
Mrs. Nora has from
It seems that the wild animals In Hyde returned
& North Chumuckla, Dec 5.-Mrs. Joe this section are quite friendly and Montgomery, Ala., and Is at present TENDED, AND MUCH INTER that eminent and ethical physicians
: }Wilier of this city, is visiting her want to b sociable. Only a few visaing friends in Pensacola.Mr. enthusiastically recommend it
I I daughter, Mrs. John Clark, at Foshee, nights ago a couple of young ladies Walter Bowman was in the cityon EST SHOWN. BY RATHBONE LODGE, AND ARRANGEMENTS

"., Ala. heard" the little chickens making a business one day this week. and use_it in their practice.On .
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. :McDavid spent racket and went out to see what the Mr. S.V. Long is some better at -- MADE FOR TRIP

a couple of days last week with theiri trouble was and found a very large this writing and his many friends Much interest was shown last nightin TO CENTURY.
brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. D. feaston hope- for his seedy the revival services at the First,
opossum in the coop"ha"ing a recovery.Mr. all and draught at soda founts
bottled at groceries on
I sale ) ,
\\F. McDavid at Bluff Springs. (
chickens. W. T. Long, of Andalusia, Ala., Baptist church. A good sized congre-
" Mr. Albert G. McDavid and sister, and his brother J. L. Long of Opp, gation attended the afternoon services -
j .Miss Daisy, spent a day or two in Mi!- Cure for Sore Nipples.As Ala., are at the Star Turpentine Co's at 3 o'clock, but last night the Rathbone Lodge No. 30, K. of P.,
:. .ton with relatives and friends. Al- soon as the child is done nursing camp. They were called here by the congregation was much larger and will hold an Interesting session tonight
: bert says they had a jolly good time. apply. Chamberlain's Salve. Wipe it serious illness of their brother S. W. greater interest was manifested.The and among the matters to come
- Mr. M. II. Savella, of Mobile Ala., off with a soft cloth before allowing Long. The young man's parents Mr. services were conducted by Rev. before the lodge will be the electionof
: |s visiting his sister, :Mrs. Emma Dia- the child to nurse. 'Many trained Tand Mrs. J. A. Long of,near Ashburn Dr. Wakeeld, and Dr. W. W. Hamilton officers for the ensuing term and form one of the requirements ot t i.f<,

.; Clothes I
4 Mr. Cash, of the Cash Dmg Company Price 25 cents per box. For. sale by him and, will remain until he is well Mission Board and although the prom- Friday night lean t send them to

"' > Birmingham, Ala., was in the all druggists.FREEPORT.. again. inent evangelists have just begun The famous senatorial team is to The New Method LaundryPHONE
1. city a few days ago in the interest of rehearse for its portion of the work at
:Mr. Robert Wiggins, of Pine Barren their labors in this city, it is predictedthat
. his He is Impressed : : : : has E. W. LAWRENCE. Prop. ties IMhod laundry Bldj. W. HJUm
favorably -
company. much Century, when the district lodge will
was a guest at the Busby home good will resultThe
with this hustling little town last Sunday.Mrs. sermon last night was listenedto convene in session. This. meetinghas AGENTS WANTED.
and made Mr. H. C. McDavid's head- :] the been called by District Deputy
James Snowden has been con- attentively by large congregation -
quarters while here. fired to the house with 'a severe attack and if the weather is favorable Grand Chancellor Scott M. Loftin, and
Mr. Coulby who is representingthe of La Grippe, but is better at it is expected that large crowds wijl' it is expected that there will be a
Clutter Music house of Pensacola, Special to The Journal. prasent. gather this afternoon and to-night large crowd of Pythians to go from
is in the neighborhood. Freeport, Fla., Dec. 5.-Mr. George Mrs. Eliza Busby was the guest of here. The district compiles all of A GOOD SIDEWALK
We regret to state that little Aubrey Arnsperger was here Monday, repre- her daughter Mrs. James Bryant over the lodges west of DeFuniak and a
. Diamond, who had The misfortune senting:I. and S. Bing. of Cincinnati. Sunday. special train will be chartered to carry
j .'' of cutting his foot on a piece of :Mr. Sullivan, traveling for Lewis SEARCHING FOR the crowd from Pensacola.
, broken glass at the McDavid Institute Bear Drug ,Co., made a business tripto Jackson Square Coffee-a New Orleans
Feveral days ago is not doing so Freeport the first of the week. luxury. For sale by all leading The best for the moneyJacksonSquare Gives the most ordinary property an appearance of substantial -
veil. He has been taken to Century Today Mr. Dan Campbelt, of De- grocers. 1, 2 and '4 pound .air tight HIS MOTHER Coffee. Put up in air tight value. A poor one can ruin the effect of the handsomest
;Jo the infirmary for treatment. He funiak was down on business tins. 25c, SOc and $1.00. #i 1, 2 and 4 pound tins. Absolutely house and grounds. You don't want any ragged
.r, Is very much missed in the school A junior and a senior Endeavor society guaranteed to. satisfy the most fastidious edges to your property.
11' room by his teacher and school mates I It have been organized by the Send in orders now J.'B. HAMMOND INQUIRING REGARDING taste. Among good sidewalks a well laid concrete one is easily
t. and they hope to see him back at his members of the Presbyterian church your best 'Lasts longer, costs less for repairs and adds an air ot
,' desk in the near future. here. We think that it.will do lots of for extra copies of The Jour HIS MOTHER, MRS. solid dignity and worth.

I" Miss Lillie Jernigan. of Milton. good. nal's big Christmas Edition SERIOUS CHARGE We lay such sidewalks and back every one with our guar-
.I' sent; Saturday night and Sunday with The sunrise prayer meeting on JOHN BRUCE HAMMOND. antee. May we estimate on yours? -
b lion. and Mrs. E. V. McCaskill at Thanksgiving morning was a great and they will be set aside
J Kora.' She had a most pleasant time success. AGAINST BOYSTWO

1 ; as everybody has at me senator's Two boat loads of men were out for :you._ _ Inquiries regarding the whereaboutsof Pensacola Cement Stone Company
! : lovely home. hunting all Thanksgiving day. They = = : Mrs. John Bruce Hammond, who ,
I Mr. Albert G. McDavid has accepted had a fine day and billed a large number ( : : resided in this city some years ago,

a position with the Floating SawMill of ducks. I BLUFF SPRINGS. !II are being made by her son, J. B. Ham NEGRO BOYS HELD IN S. J. Harvey Manager. Telephone 1485.

i of Co. Mr. E. R. Sprague, of DeFuniak, mond, of No. 217 Heywood street, COUNTY JAIL FOR ASSAULT. ,
t ; Mr. M. L. Hall, one of McDavid's was in Freeport today.DeFUNIAK.. \" : = : : ::W Brooklyn, N. Y.
i leading merchants, was over on our Mayor Bliss has received a letter ING AGED WHITE LADY.
; side of the river a day or two ago on : : : : : : = : :: : "" Soectal to The Journal. from Mr. Hammond asking regardinghis
m Bluff Dec. 5.-Seana L.
Springs '
a hunt. lie was accompanied by Mr. mother who, he states, made sev-
1 Pritchett died in Bluff Springs, Fla., Alonzo Hicks and John Albert
i'r=. Jas. Milstead. of Ebcarabia county. eral trips to Europe during her residence -
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: I I on Nov. 23. She was born in Pensa- Schufort, two negro boys, were before Sale
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McLeod returned in this city. He is very anxiousto Bankrupt
slf; from Milton last Sunday, where I \:: : :: : : : : : : cola, Fla., Aug. 12, 1834. She was learn of her, and any one knowingher Recorder Laney yesterday morn-
married to J. W. Crary January 15. Ing upon the charge of assaultingMrs.
Mrs. McLeod has been visiting her address
: : Special to The JournaLDeFunlak present can correspondwith
'( Mr. Dec. 5.-Mrs. J. B. Hess 1860 in old Christ's church, by the .. Sledentopf, an aged white lady
;L parents, and Mrs. W. J. Williams, him or notify the mayor.
,u Sr. and two daughters from Pittsville, IlL, Rev. Dr. Scott long rector of that residing on North Reus street. Both Monday Dec. 10 at I 11 I a. m.
r! Messrs. W. A. McLeod and I* A. arrived here Monday, and will stay church. Her husband. preceded her were transferred to the county jail ,
to that eternal home, and she often to tried in the criminal court.
be
)i, McDavid attended court in Pensacola through the winter. Water Cure for Constipation.Half .
t f'11 last week. Mr. and Mrs. N. Colver were in Pen- expressed her longing. to enter Into a pint of hot water taken half According to statements Mr. and All the stock furniture and fixtures of tht
its Mrs. Siedentopf have been much ,
I I Mr. Edward M. McCaskill, one of sacola last week visiting Mrs. C. N. peace an hour before breakfast will usually annoyed
, : Nora's' most gallant young business Robinson.Mr. Her illness was long and painful, keep the bowels regular. Harsh ca. recently by boys who In pass- estate of Hoist Bros. bankrupt at the north
but she endured it with the patience. Ing their home, abusive language
use
'I men, was in our town a short time I L. I. Smith has bought the Cham thartics should be avoided. When a ,
ago; looking after his interests in this bliss and Dave Atkinson place west of the fortitude and the resignation ofa purgative is needed, take Chamber. towards the aged couple. Tuesdaythe
:l' section. Mr. McCaskill is a wide I I town.J. true Christian. She was a womanof lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. two boys were passing and began east corner of Baylen and Zarragossa streets,

il awake and hustling young fellow. I J. Carmichael and W. I. Stinson rare mental and personal endowments They are mild and gentle in their ac ridiculing Mr. Siedentopf who ran towards
and leaves a legacy of precious them. The Fla. Each article be sold
boys immediately
Pensacola
iI- lion. Milton Watson has accepted aIN i are in Marianna this week. tion. For sale by all druggists. to sepa-
memories to her children. hurled stones at him, and of the
Mrs. S. M. and one
: with George
position Bonifay Bros. Mill Company i Simpson son
at McDavid :returned here Monday, and have She has six surviving children, Mrs.S. MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE 72 missiles struck the aged lady, who rately. For further information apply to
't Rev. J. O. Morley. our Methodist i rented Mrs. '0. M. Watson's home on W. Coley, Mrs. C. A. Moreno, Mrs.D. was seated on her front porch, InflIcting ,
.l Thirteenth for the winter. R. Coley, Mrs. C. K. Weller and J. DEGREES, MINIMUM 63 DEGREESThe a very painful injury.
L. pastor, left last Saturday for Eufaula I street : ALFRED MOOG
I to attend the Methodist annual con- I They intend to locate here and will W. and J. O. Crary.Tennyson's maximum temperature at Pen- ,

[f feronce. Brother Morley is a hard i build in the near future. beautiful lines, "Cross sacola yesterday was 72 degrees at TRAINING$ DOG POLICE. Trustee.
worker and has The.Scott house and lots the ing the Bar" seem appropriately applied
.f done much good in I on to her for know that she 1 p. m., while the minimum was 63 degrees
we
< this circuit this year and has made I Circle and Crescent street have been the
at 5 Last on
longed like a tired child, for God'seternal a. m. year Breaking !. of the Selae Patrol Oneof --- -
,fnany friends who will be glad to wel- sold to the Southern Methodists. 52 degrees
date the maximum was -
rest and the glad home going. same ,le Sight of ParU.
I come him back should the conference I They will have their parsonage there and the minimum 31 degrees.
'! return him to this church. and will probably move their church HEADACHES AND NEURALGIA FROM The training of the young Jfewfoundlsnds .
I. Mr. Fred Grimes, who lives near I on the Circle lot. COLDS. that are periodically addedto
G. DeSILVA
& COMPANY
f' mere heard' a noise in his kitchen last The tennis and croquet tournament LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine the worldwide -I---- the staff is one of the sights: of .
;1 flight and went out to see what it j I Thanksgiving afternoon, played by the Cold and Grip remedy removes Paris. It takes place in the headquarters -
t'f vas. and to his surprise found a large; j associate members of the T. I. A., cause. Call for full name. Look for signature I of the agents plongeurs, a small
E. W. Cnwe. I5c.
u ild cat on the table partaking of the I II was witnessed and enjoyed by a large
building on the quayside not far from
'good things. When Mr. Grimes made number of people. The tennis prize
t, HARLAN ANDGALLAGHER I I the Cathedral of Notre Dame. Dogs I Building Material ,i
f 'jis John F. Watson the
J appearance the cat made his exit i I i was won by ; croRHEUMATI5M- ,
and men 'enter Into the exercise with
I ON I zest, and there Is usually a crowd of /Aa Shingles and Slate for Roofing ,

WITNESS STAND onlookers. Only figures are
dummy I
I used but the "rescue" Is nevertheless ((1 Patent Plaster, Store Fittings,

l. (Continued From. First Page.) a very realistic affair. The big dogs
know perfectly well \vfiat the exercise: Everything for House Building :
cf talk at the jury explaining -
steady stream
meanS, and they wait with comic enthusiasm -
in a plausible manner, his I
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and
!i WORSE FROM connection with the Mihaly and other until the dummy is thrown Repairs.JAPANESE.
YEAR TO YEAR incidents. He made diagram of the Into the water, and an agent: plonseur: ---'

The of Rheumatism is roads between Laurel Hill and Flor- rushes out on hearing the splash and -
cause of uric acid in the -- -- -- ----
an excess blood brought ----------- -
; ala and Indicated thereon liis routeat the outcry of spectators.: While the '
on by indigestion, chronic constipation weak kidneys and a general slug. Let us sell you a I
gish condition of the entire system. The refuse! and waste matter of the the time of the Mihaly capture. men are busy with lines and life buoys I I'I NAPKIN'Sthe

body is not carried out as nature intends, but is left to ferment and sour and With reference to this matter Mr. Gal BABCOCK ORCOLUMBIA the dog plunges into the water swimsto from D -
had been
there a r1nison's
stated that beautiful <
most line direct
lagher
the dummy, watches with rare in- you ever saw,
uric acid which is absorbed into
generate the blood. The first evidence cf great deal of stealing going on at the BUGGY, 'I
Rheumatism is usually little wandering pains in the muscles and joints, or camps and that Mihaly was suspected; with Ball Bearing Axles, fully telligence for an opportunity to get an factory. Prices from lOc up to 50c a hundn',

J a tender, sensitive place on the flesh. These are often so slight that nothing when the latter left the camp it was guaranteed. advantageous hold, and then it either PMIAFOX STKftl

t is thought them and they pass away; but with each recurrence the trouble believed that he had taken some of swims ashore or waits for its master COE'S, BOOK STORE 23 Brent SOUTH BIIIlII;".. Phoni 235

becomes more severe, and from slight wandering pains and excited nerves the stolen goods with him -and the Reduces Draft One-Half who brings to the rescue long poles: --- -
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I Rheumatism grows to be a painful and almost constant trouble. The longer pursuit and capture was because of cork belts and the like. The more experienced ------_ -- ---- ---- -----_

1 the poison remains in the blood the firmer hold the trouble gets on the sys- this belief. He admitted that Dr. ReasonCome dogs, however, will easily _rL rw1wI

I tem. Each day the acid deposit is increasing and the disease grows worse Grace had a revolver In his hand at effect a. rescue from first to last wIthout -
overtaken but in and talk It over with us.
t from year to year. After awhile the joints become'coated with a corrosive the time Mibaly was human assistance, and It is an Inspiring -
claimed that the doctor was only wiping -
t substance which seriously interferes with their working and movementsand it off as It had gotten wet duringa sight to watch them lookingfor Prevent Slamming Doors

sometimes they become permanently stiff and useless. S. S. S. rain storm. As to the whipping. :Mr. a foothold on the slippery sides of

t cures Rheumatism by going down into the Gallagher stated that he had struckat r the rivet bank and pulling the heavy

't'i blood and attacking the disease at its head. It Mihaly as the latter had attacked t l dummy: Into a place of safety. Xothing quite so irritat ng and rasping on the nerve
I' neutralizes the poisons and acids and dissolves Dr. Grace when Grace attempted to It takes about four months to train
t. S S S the salts and irritating deposits, making the search him: at Lockhart he had struck THE BIG STORE. I the togs: efficiently. They are also as a slamming door. We have a good pneumatic!

4 blood stream pure, fresh and healthy. fe.S.S Mihaly a light blow simply to attracthis Palafox and Intendencla. charged with the protection of their door check for $1.25.

I! is made entirely of roots, herbs and barks and attention. stand' masters when attacked by the desperate : I
;! PURELY VEGETABLE is therefore a safe remedy. When the blood Mr. Gallagher was still and on will the be the ruffians who sleep under the
when court adjourned I I
I.., has been purified byS. S. S., the pains and first witness heard this morning. It I arches; of the bridge in summer. ThusIn Saunders Mill
aches pass away, and the cure is permanent. Book on Rheumatism, and Is probable that he will be rigidly Paris the police dogs are a prondIUC'e'C5.Century. cJ/.r'
'1' **dkal advice fre Phmut 717. 21
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f a The Lord Stanmore Cleared Big Clam Dredge Will Re-
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Yesterday for Bremen move the Ballast From
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With 13,100 Bales.One Around Ship Ingrid.The rFI f7


} St. Nicholas is a Game Driver j i*; s I
Ring .out, the old. ring tn the ew.e- .f
of the big cotton cargoes of dredge Craighiil ,owned by the ;
I the season will leave port to-day National Dredging Cop of Mobile, King out the false, rin: rn ff\a o-'v #,

He's driving us all to this when the British steamer Lord Stan reached here yesterday-morning from
get through holiday more bound for Bremen sails for the latter port in tow of the tug Monarch ti 1

i[ business before the 23th. i that port The big steamer was and will be placed at work on
cleared at the custom house yester- the task of removing the ballast ;
upon
t You can find a more convenient place for shopi i day and she carries a solid cargo of which the ship Ingrid is resting near ; BELL'SNative's

if want with the fleecy staple consisting of 12,800 the office of the Gulf Transit Com-
t pint; you common sense presents a
square bales and 300 round Dales making pany. .
i of luxury. a total of 13,100 bales, with a val The dredge has been secured by :.

uation of 8181800.. Lee KImball who has contracted to
Magnificent designs in silk neckwear, fancy $ With the exception of the cargo of float the ship for $6,000 and being a PineTarDR. -Honey K

: vests, hose, handkerchief, mufflers, pajamas, suspend- the steamer August Belmont which I clam dredge can remove the bay st. L
cleared from this port some weeks it is thought with ease and if this is
Y; era. all packed in fancy boxes ready for the Xmas since the cargo of the Lord StanmoreIs done it is anticipated that the ship most natural rcnxdy.: ;improved by **rtr.e Jo ;

the largest to go from this port this can be' floated. There is some doubt ,
:: tree. season and also the most valuable.:; 'expressed however over the success a PLEASANT) PERMANENT, POSITIVE COSE (fc?

I*!: The dispatch given this vess '\ considering of the undertaking as divers have reported coughs colds and all inflamed t eofects nl tV Lrags .tt
the. immense amount of car the vessel resting upon a number -
Ea go, was excellent. From the day the of piling and it is possible that ,and Bronchial Tubes. The sort vre r cnqgfr.- 11;

: ship moored alongside of the Louis- all of these will have to De removed 4 is
e Lungs are a exhilarated; the mknt IT-:
ville & Nashville 'wharf about ten before the ship can'reach deep water.
( 11 days since until yesterday big gangsof The dredge was fitted up yesterday cut out; the cause of that tlcKfire* h ctoxnvx), rod '

STAJ1DARDfOTHInGJ cotton screwmen were kept at after reaching port and will commence the inflamed membranes are hcaW and wfyd n ,, f+,
work with the result that the big car- work this 'mornfng. ;'A large;

go was stored in remarkably short amount of the cement cargo has been that there is no inclination: to couth ,. :, ,
j i time. removed from the Ingrid and she has
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,...'..'" .. .,, ., ... No in Chamberlain's consequently been lightened' to a considerable What Want }
;" ", ;Wl-. i!? -? # .<...** ., .. .*7-< Opium Remedy. Cough extent 4 The People Know They

---- There is not the least danger in giving /- Over SJKmjem

TURTON 4 BELL, was painfully scalded on the face Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to BARK LILLAIS firs
PHOTOGRAPHERS arms and breast ;yesterday afternoon: small children as it contains no opiumor And tht! safe iacrtasing each yet 4pn .. J
Kodak Supphev. Finishing tor Amilsjrs. Her mother was carrying some hot other harmful drug. It has an established People's Cbrfcx: oft G '. lfcrn.d.

water in a pan, when the little os.in. reputation of more than FLOATEt

playing collided with her an* some thirty years as the most successful LooK for the Bell on the Bn.n J..
SPECIAL PRICES IN
of the hot water was spilled' upon the medicine: to use for colds, croup and -
CUT CLASS AND HCL10AY JEWELRY child. whooping cough. It always cures and ( I AM 89 YEA. OLD and-never used any remedy f
equal to Dr. BelTs Pine-Tar-Hooey. It gives quick aei 25c., SOt. ate $J.IO yati1". i ,
Children like it.
take.
'!V. A. Gahlenbeck. 218 S. Palafox St. :Miss: Kate Spelding corresponding is pleasant to AND IS NOW AT ANCHOR OFF TH well and colds. p '
Sold all druggists. permanent: relief in grip as as coughs 6 '
-- -- secretary of the W. M. W.. win be in by CITY |t make weak lungs strong Mau.oan..as. er. ,;
Pensacola from Friday to Sunday and fond of coffee Try UNDERGOING E E. SUTHERLAND HEBICDfli COMPANY, P 4 1IC'i & li/. f ;
Are you good fin. M. A. Mtkalle Paduwh. Ky. TEE ,
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FINE COTTRELL PHOTOGRAPHS.Pensacdla. on Friday afternoon at.S o'clock wWI Jackson Square the celebrated French REPAIRS. _\ .,...'_ _.: .. ..._ ._ .. __, __ ------ -.....- -. .. i,
bold a meetingwith the East Hill,Baptist have it
drip coffee. Leading grocers ,
'Fla.R. church 'and'on Sunday afternoonwill -,
1, 2 and 4 pound air tight tins. --" T -- -- --
meet"with the ladies of the First
Baptist church at 3 o'clock. All ladies The bark Lilla which was purchasedsome O01.10m06104A06ANQ04010t 4O01NlN6//ti4010 i94CA69t@4Cit3119P 19 E40100000A '. ; >i ,

K. WHITE are cordially invited to attend weeks since by.the Gulf Machine :
alchmaker. Maiiulacturwiq Jeweler and Graduate these services.If TURPENTINE GUARD Works, was floated yesterday afternoon -
lptlcian.30 S. Paiafox. Street. Pensacola.. Fla.. and is now at anchor off the :


DAILY TOWEL SUPPLY.RUNYAN'S Blue you Ribbon want Lemon something and Vanilla.better Absolutely get- IS SHOT IN BACKPISTOL city of The Perdido, where bark she was wharf is aground undergoing'where on she a repairs.yprtion was, i k I I AMUSEMENTS i i

ROLLERS... pure go twice as far and the blown by the hurricane and a big hole .A .. 11

A CLEAN TOWEL eVERY DAY "Blue Ribbon Flavor" is perfection.Ask was knocked in her side by the rocksor 10........:.............................. ....................W'M01 Itl1.i9 4 1 1d
$1X0 PER.MONTH. ,- for the 25c size. WENT OFF IN HIS POCKET piling. This has been temporarily :. : 1''J- }
Phone 848-2 rings. M. Q. RXJNYAN. repaired and the vessel towed from "
'
Pensacola Florida.Tersely MANY WILL ATTEND.THE INFLICTING DANGEROUS .1
her former position to a point more !
TEACHERS CONVENTION WOUND.J. convenient for workmen. y : >e ;rd 1ti .: II J

Judging by the first county to report The Lilla is an iron hull vessel and 1; "
is not damaged to any great\ extent ::.ii "
ToldVivian on the number of teachers that
with the of I f j jjH I
'exception the hole in her
will it here at the teachers'
represent C. Watson a guard at the Star "tJ
hull
H. Marshall; of ],Mobile is convention in December says the St. Turpentine Co's camp west of the J } ',
lie city and Is being warmly greet- Augustine Record the estimate of city was the victim of a 'peculiar'ae- J rt1 I,
/11 ihi* many friends.A I several hundred will not prove to i cident yesterday when his pistol went FRISCO LOSSES L I II

I have been an exaggerated one. Hills- ,off and the bullet entered the right CAUSED FAILURE '
t; Campbell of DeFuniak was _
.3 'tuMi.,. yesterday on a short visit boro county will send at least one side of his back near the waist line I A'ssociated J' : f
I hundred teachers writes the Superin- and passing upward lodged under By Press. ,
Hon "c L. Wilson one of the prom- tendent of Public Instruction of that the skin just over the shoulder blade.t Atlanta Dec. 5.-John M. Slaten -
:ear atTorneys of Marianna is in the county to Mr. W S. M. Pinkham. At The guard had gone for the mail was to-day appointed' temporary receiver r. :

shaking< hands with his many a propcrtionate ratio from other counties about a mile and a half from camp, for the Atlanta and Birming I} of i

::nd>. between seven and eight hundred and he was carrying*hls. pistol in bis I ham Insurance Company An injunc 1; r t
members of the association will come with the muzzle !
'na.C Simmerer representing the hip pocket pointed tion was issued restraining; the com- k "
is!., of Spice" company which is due and many of their friends will accom- upward. The weapon evidently struck pany and the Prudential Fire Insurance Al y 7, $ i !
1 v
.i r ai-h Pensacola Friday, is in the pany them swelling the. assemblage the saddle and was discharged with Company from interfering withor L .j d StYx.3y" ;,: '

:.; p'rfecting arrangements for his considerably. the above result. changing the status of the assets, -
\Jwn:: It is, of course probable that the The wounded man thought at first which were transferred to the Pru- ,t. t i
other counties will not be so well repres.'nted that seme one else had shot him and dential by the Atlanta-Birmingham : 'I: !. ', 1
I
Attorney J. T. Wiggins of Florala as Hillsboro but a conservative he dismounted and took off his coat Company. The case will be heard. : r'
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-:u Editor< O. R. Smith 01 the Florala estimate will not place the attendance but found his shirt afire. Remountinghis December 15. 11't 11 _

<*""...- HIV in the city IB attendance on lower than five hundred so horse he rode back to within a The petition alleges that the Atlan- ,:' "
"peonage trial now in the federal the Ancient City will present a rather quarter-mile of the camp where some ta-Birmingham Company is insolventon :. h.'j

Cart.P.: busy aspect while the convention is of the men were at work and was account of San Francisco losses. ; -.

in progress. The teachers will 'come taken from the horse and carried to ----- '
of ---- .
->nus desiring extra copies ""', tt' aa.Ma. .
The: iournal's big Xmas edition'should Immediately after Christmas, and will the camp. WILLING TO PAY .f 71'. 19. ,yA,,t:9swa..YaH fMI- 9tl Yiyw. ; d' !

,ew: !ni rr.eir orders now. Of course be here: three days. The camp physician who fortun -
t ',. will be many extra papers ately was at the place on one of his DEBTS OF BONIBy <

;;:!dsed, but the demand may be WAGE INCREASE regular visits dressed the wound andit :

a' rati-r than the supply. If The Jour- GRANTED BY A. C. L. is believed that the injured man, Dec.Associated 5.-The suit Pron.Paris of creditorsof <1uuuuu 1- ) ', I
fin reives orders in advance the while in a bad condition will get '
Count Boni de Castellane "
occupiedthe Scene in "The Isle of Spice ip f- ct I.
:arrihp.' be ,
: of copies printed will acJrtuu.h By Associated Press. well entire session of court to-day ci

regulated. Wilmington D. C., Dec. 5.-The during which time counsel for Mme. ---m---

Reorder Laney bad twenty-one de- joint committe of machinists of the NEW OFFICERS Gould'reiterated her willingness to 'ii'! best fellows in the world." lrl' 'f
"The Isle of Spice.
{h Atlantic Coast Line Line announced settle all legitimate debts but char- r- ,:I'i __ 'r- JI,
ants: before him in the municipal There is much about the "Isle rf : Olliam Tell Burdette was then
Our:i yesterday morning. Of this tonight that officials the conference resulted with the in WERE CHOSENBY acterized as unjust the attempt to include -II Spice,",which will be seen here Fri- ,lauded until he stej.pvd: before too rL.> ( ,: 1 i r. I

J t.: -f four cases were continued railroad to-day the enormous sums borrowedat day night that is positively new amS i ift't bights; making a witty speech d.,1 "t :
increase of 15 ,
th', granting an cents a usurious rates whereby to continuethe
aefendants discharged two de- refreshing. The lyrica treat of an ol.I daring that he could not express In %: ,
'srinrs turned over to the county au- day on the second and third divisions count's "extravagance" and princely theme the music while jingly is distinctly mere words his appreciation of the 1 };t<

.I: '''$, sentence suspended in two south of Florence and 25 cents per MAGNOLIA TEMPLE NO.4, prodigality. original and the stage business '. many kindnesses shown him by Char :';j !#
of Flor
the first division north
day on
and fines amounting l.-ston people He was well received I
imposed
ensembles and chorus work I ,) : :
The increase effects several ---- ;
(h1. ence. RATHBONE SISTERS, YESTER- genuinely attractive and up to date: : "" and carried his part well. I I
hundred men. SCOFFERS. i *It would doubtless be unjust to :;
-:very family in Pensacola who has DAY AFTERNOON. and new. This latter feature is particularly J
Often Make the Staunchest Converts specialize on the support for all the
ire rooms for rent should not fail Send in your orders now The man who scoffs at an idea or noticeable in the work of the I'. l leading roles were well up to the .I'" }t''t t .1'
'J have their want ad in The Jour- A largely attended meeting of Magnolia young women of the chorus In the I ; s r4,
'2.' big Christmas edition, because for extra copies of The J ournal's Temple No. 4, Rathbone Lodge doctrine which he does not fully un- three songs: Peggy] Brady" "The standard which Mr._Gilmore always 'i : : tp
derstand has at least the "At Yale" '
courage.to carries. deserves 4'
capacity
!'>- issue will be extensively circulate was held yesterday afternoon when Broomstick Witches" and the "Goo' : ;
big Christmas Edition show where he stands. business everywhere. It Is a bang- "1' i
and eagerly read. The public is officers to serve the ensuing term were Goo Man. As one New York paper I
i. aside The' .gospel of Health has many up goo,) piece and Mr. Gilmore Is a 'j i : J
will be set management
tog forward to The Journal's big and they elected as follows: said: "No such stage
"*> because it knows that when Mrs. J. T. Pulliam M. E. C. converts who formerly laughed at the has been seen in this little old city I ,_ prince of good fellows always" popular 11",, 41": 'i r
for Idea'that and tea for example southern audience.
coffee with
a
"V: you. E. S. With restless i
lournal undertakes a special edit Mrs. A. L. Wilkerson for many a moon. a
"i it is usually a fine one. I Miss Josie Edwards E. J. ever hurt anyone. Upon looking into, tireless energy, ,Sir Gus Schlke the ::1.. -
Ben Dunham. <<
Coffee stands for' often at the
Jackson Square the matter seriously. suggestion -I "
T. has outwitted
Mrs. Evama Corley M. director every
:tile!( Ella Anderson the nine-year- quality put up in 25c 50c and $1.00 :Mrs. lona Bell :M. R. C. of a friend. such persons have surprise stage; and muzzled every chance "Speaking of Piano playing" salt, it 1 '= t't't
(;'A Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. }'rankAnd. air tight tins. It pleases others. Why '. found that Postum Food Coffee anda tell that the :an who knows yesterday "Jas. R.* s
M. *
:Mrs.! Hattie Neville for repetition. They us
.son, of South Alcaniz street,, not try it! Miss Celestia Edwards P. O. T. friend's advice- have been their sal-I composer. Franz Schubert could set a lliams is there with the goods and :' ; I
vation. thi, is sure to make a great hit at the .
I believe
Mrs. Lizzie Sneed Trustee. laundry till to music \
"My: sister was employed in an eastern inham exhibition at the opera i. : '
........................ ....................... Mrs. Syblvia Steward Grand Repre- city where the had to do calculating man Schlke could marshal a bundleof of .m5e next Monday night" A .cplea- 4S| jt
sentative.Mrs. toothpicks into the maneuvers .. ..,
," writes 'an Okla. girl. ,"She suffered tactics, and that did programme has been arranged and ,
: F. M. Smith Alternate. the newest cavalry I
: OrderChristmas I with 'headache until she was! the occasion willbe an enjoyable'one. ;
at the last curtain you would find eacn I Mr; Paul Gilmore, in "At ,
MODEL OF MONUMENT FOR I almost unfitted for duty. 1I 1-
with
an
individual 'pick' glistening ; .
Z i Candy I BATTLEFIELD FINISHED I "Her landlady persuaded her to electric bulb." Yale," Saturday Night. I I I I bud moved NOTICE.my offlo!' to the Brent -t
quit coffee and use Postum and in a which Mr. B. C.I Building reom No. 309, 3d floor. .if
The
5y Asnciat-: Press. few days she was entirely free from company Sdec4t. E. D. BP 0433.
Now : New York Dec .3.-it. Hinton Perry headaches. She told her employer Whitney manager has'organized and tiful sister with whom he falls in love : ;
: 1 _ } d
just
the long run
for.
finihed the model for his is responsible
has it, he had the Is in
about It, and on trying at first sight There opposition
1 bronze statue "Reconciliation" which brought to a close at the Majestic
: \ will have in the next few days the lar- will be erected under the direction of same experience."My and. I have both suffered Theatre New York City includes Les-'I the shape of a disgruntled candidatefor ASK FOR.MAGNOLIA :. I
father the Yale who tells the object -
II IIYe the New York State Monuments Commission lie Leigh Blanche Holt Minnie crew,
gest and most complete stock of .1:, much from nervous headaches sinceI Chambaier. Beulah Hamilton. Mary of his affection stories of drunken
for battlefields of
the Gettys-
can remember but we scoffed at the WJ.. :McGraw brawls in which Dick Seely Is supposedto I ;
\ Grace Muir
Orth
HOLIDAYCANDIES.. burg and Chattanooga. Mr. Perry idea advanced by my sister that coffee Griffith. F. Chas.I have engaged* In. Dick's roommate FARM '
Harry
John Mylie
has been busy for more than a year of our trouble. -Ii
was the cause I is to change his sister'sopinion : .
We will the model which is to commemorate Deagon, Bert Wainwright and a powerless i ii
/ in Pensaccola. have the on quit coffee and began
ever seen "However we chorus of as pretty maidens as can J of his friend until after a i
the battle of Chattanooga and
Whitman's brand and i using Postum. Father has had tonlay. I boat race In which Dick shines. A reconciliation t
: celebrated they are will be erected on the summit. of but one headache now in four years be found on the stage is then brought about between CANE SYRUPAlways i lb

+: above all in quality, They come in 1, 2, 3, Lookout mountain. due to a severe cold and I have lost "Paul Gilmore" I the young lady and they are ,e :
two figures in the "
composition I'
The and sour stomach '" fr
: 4 and 5-pound boxes and also in an assortment t typify the reconciliation and reunited my headaches convinced came from The Charleston Courier'has the fol-I betrothed. ; 1. .
baskets. country in the blue and gray shaking which I am now lowing to say about Mr. Paul Gilmorein "It Is a pretty piayv well staged .i J.i: '
j of fancy coffee. 1At Yale" which Is and accurately presented the boat
hands under the flagof the union. It of good hot Postum Is sat his new play : I t
is expected that the of the "A cup to be seen here Saturday: houses and. the Griawold hotel at "if
i LEAVE YOURR ORDERS NOW. i casting isfying to me when I do not care to
statue of bronze will be finished in eat a meaL, Circumstances caused]j. "The play gives Mr. Gilmore an op New London the scene of many banquets WAS :_ {
time for Its erection to do some clever acting In following the Yale victory over :" '
for next portunity
t Christmas deliver} Packages range spring. me to locate in a new country and I' Harvard, being
the reproduced correctly.
of Dick Seely one '
'
character ;
t from 50c to 85c per pound, also 5c and lOc Send in orders feared I would.not Postum be able but to pet I was my the best fellows In the world and by far "The show pleased the large audi- Pure ;!-,
drink.
nowfor t'
,
your ,04
favorite r ; -t
and Mr. ;
and his
Yale who Gilmore support f.
leading athlete at by ence : ;
i full Is the
supply t
: special packages. 'extra copies of The Journal's relieved to find that a Individual efforts adds much towards received a cumber of encores. He
demand for his
I kept here with a heavy defeating Harvard in the annual came before:;the curtain in answer to before there was a j ;:
Postum Co-
Christmas
Edition by
The big it" Name given on the Thames riverat repeated encores and made a happy
Pharmacy boat race .
i Crystal Read "The Roadto ,
and they., will be set aside Battle Wenville Creek,":Mich.in pkgs. There's a New London. little speech in which he lauded Will I ...{ .L:1':
Food Bill
Brent Burl l.,. Dick Seely's roommate has a beau- ,Burdette, characterizing him as one i g
1.
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MORNING DECEMBER 6, 1906.I -
THURSDAY
PAGE FOUR.: THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL,
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t 1..HH *** ##***#**#*** *#" If you think you< need

f.I ournal > .H..1 II. -. '*$ Nonalcoholic.your doctor. If you think atocic/ij you n&
Ufbe NEWSPAPERS AND MEN.
1JenJumla TOM PLATT : something for your blood,ask, ;
AND HIS TROUBLES. '--- doctor. If you think
The fact Jacksonville Times-Union. you-5
.. like to try Ayer's Don-alcohclJc
ing more ; .w"I-HHH.H ,
t received ,the -***** *** ***** *** 4 Sarsaparilla, ask your dociSarsaparilla .
DAILY. WEEKLY: SUNDAY. '* t WI publish .to"'Qse Jc
A .
ted States of aU Qerpi'SpaTtIOnI. Low,j.
concludes to __ -'-
wisely
Platt
}:- PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY and it is as a clam but he A Curious. individual who publishesa I

f be hiq friends from guessing newspaper asked the Lake City Int t- -

...BY... tection of .-Tampa Tribune. dex a number of questions relative ..................... ..... ......................

i THE JOURNAL COMPANY.FRANK supply. A Fast its ownership replied to and the questions control The answering Index --, .

ington Post Platt denies that he Is to re all the specifications. This the,

i L MAYES. President_ an' General .Manager short Waterfowl article seat not in in the the-habit senate. of The turning New Index But had all of a perfect these questions right to do.and all I I II MAY BE RATHER EARLY !

in good thing.-Falatka Times- questions of a similar character ask-
;I MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. and ed of any newspaper. a perfectly proper i

__ -._________ ___ States threatened reply would be: "It is none of your I! i TO TALK :(
i
Unanimous. business.
r SUBUCRIPTION RATES I future of"Senator Platt's resig- It is nobody's business who owns ,

;- Oa Year .. .. ..........$5 00 One :Month .. .. ... .. .. 4E by the to have been confirmed or controls a newpaper the only exception -'I

Six Months .. .. ._ .. .. 2 50 One Week. .. .. .. .. .. 10 distribution by almost everyone ex that we can now think of being -
Three Months. .. .. .. 125 Weekly Edition$ per year.1 CO II American The Platt: -DeLand Record. in the case of an Individual who II ROLIDA GOODS I;

i were claims that the newspaper has injured
Certificate. him. If the paper itself is not Incorporated -
!. The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed I for whole food Platt and his wife in their or is not solvent. in this case i i

{ Circulation Statement Can B. Secured. I formed in separation gave each other a I the Individual who claims to have : -

t -. of character but the scurvy sustained damage has a right to know' a
tinue to

portant annihilated reporters the of New old man's.York I I who But inflicted in other it.cases what does it ', :::' to you, but "forewarned is forearmed," and io i ia
Paperson5al. Trains eral
I" 38 on states
'"
P"ont.EIIItOrf.I l BatIRCS$ Office 1500 I Several (Ga.) Herald. matter who owns a newspaper? Whata little good advice helps everybody and t
and at all New. Stands.Offices it before all
newspaper says says
acted laws I
of the Him. for men. In a free country such as this | hurts no'one. 2
help feeling sorry
r: -Journal Building-Corner Intandenola and DeLuna Sts. and the Platt of New York. As a man I is supposed because to be, an it is opinion'the opinionof is not : If you are thinking of making your hus- #
i
the idea of world he has lived rapidly important
reference his this man or of that man. Its acceptance : band, brother, father or sweetheart a Xmas *
for anything except
f In this But he is a man for depends on whether it is : present, you will find in my stock an assort. *
and of this each man
right or
PEXS\COLA. FLORIDA. THURSDAY MORNING DECEMBER. 6, 1906. the I and been in many.his old He age is his a mil sor must judge.wrong The character of a newspaper ment of Bath Robes, Fancy and Silk Vests, :{

with but all of his money cannot must be fixed by its conductnot Patent Leather Shoes, Large stock, Hosiery, :
t Does it
hardly by its ownership. uphold -\if
Atlanta wants the next Democratic him the happiness that comes
& National Convention and Atlanta The Regulation of only found to the 'man with the hoe.- the right and condemn the and the swellest line of Neckwear to select :

:. ought to have It Schools by Congress. lar hunting wrong but even? If then so it its is opinion worthy on of any respect subJect ;-]j i i : from ever seen' in the city, to say nothing of J

;i. tar- No portion of President Roose- further Again. should not be accepted unless the: the line of clothing I have to offer at from :
The commission notary
a
velt's message Congress has attracted limlting'the Tom Platt is again in the individual considering it approves it. ; :
f .
public has been reduced to one dollar $9 to $30, and cravanettes in all grades and
wider attention or been the may be His personal morality has A paper that is generally right Is not ; *
;;: The state Is getting liberal. his right ; from $25. J
subject of so much comment as his ber of birds into question and always J patterns $7.50 to
.
;" pastor: are no longer his The man who magnifies the ques- *
Up to the hour of going to press recommendations regarding the treat hunter or a 0 n the contrary they tion of the ownership of a paper In. I t* Come early and make your selection.

:"- that call for an extra session of the ment of Japanese school children by one day demanding his resignation suits the people. He presumes that] C

: legislature had not been issued. the California authorities and his ing ducks senate. So long as Uncle the people do not think for themselves ,i .

views upon the subject extinct and grafted robbed the public but obey the orders of one'' -
are comingIn
Farmer James Wilson, of Iowa, is b$' legislation and non-leg- master or another.What'm tters it
for severe condemnation from all object to '
t the Dean of the president's cabinetHe of some*millions aided the to a self-reliant, thinking man. who I JOS. COLEMAN' \
t is the only man left of the original quarters. The idea that a state can I': grafters' nought some laws gives him advice. Does he not decide -

: cabinet of McKinley. be forced to regulate Its public and bought off some they for himself whether it is sound? ,

schools in accordance with the wishes so long he was all right Is the advice affected to any extent' .
------ I Phone 727. 212 S.
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( I of Congress is preposterous and the stood' with him. And yet by the personality of the man who Palafox
The advertising columns of TheJournals
intimation *, i people who ask what is the I gives It? Certainly not If the man *

i:* Christmas edition will tell!I power is vested of the in president Congress that Is ridic-such the church and wonder who receives it weighs it himself and :.... .. ..........++ ......................:
3011 what to choose for your presentsand lost its infiuence.-Tampa I acts on his own judgement

where you can get them. ulous in the extreme. Such an Idea I Dunne and I If a newspaper is clean it is fit togo -

. will! hardly meet with approval from I into the homes of the, people even '
Maybe :I-"," H'tP if it is owned- by a debaucher. If It "4
The Tallahassee Sun complains any source. -
through
r is unclean it is not fit even if it were Current Comment from
[
that state house officials are deniedice J it were possible for Congress to Dunne and COMMENT If
owned by a saint a newspaper
water and fires at the same time. force the people of California to receive Ize that a FROM STATE PAPERS. espouses the' right .it is good influence [ '

. Reminds one that internal neat some Japanes3 pupils Into the schools left-\\ Tf no matter whether the man { Mr. Bryan's Commoner :
*i ....".
I who owns it be good or bad
times needs a cooler. piovided for white chIldren upon a J
To The .
: = :
b sis'of If a newspaper works to build up
An exchange suggests that someone equality' Congress could Ben and a Schooner. a community it is a friend of the people --
compel the state of Florida, for in-! kind of a editor has bought a of that If it worksto
give the Palatka Times-Herald I community. Senator Smoot still holds on, but about as fast as any one could "-r,.
: stance, to allow gant English and retired from the news- add to the of all
a subject of prosperity partsof
a candidate for governor but the Palatka negro i but Senator Dubois must go. The Mormon fully expectThose
it is .
Great Britain or'any Just one schooner the state it is' the friend of the
other country to vote seems considerably more of a
man doubtless had his candi- expressive. have put him out of the .
people of the state, and he Is their i
eminent 'I.
enter the schools provided for Caucasians political factor than the W. C. T. U. Pennsylvania l'
date picked some months ago. i Lake Butler Star. enemy who would seek to impair its: opposition. men who made a profit of $*) J
-- ---- and there be received on tl.e Can't Be usefulness. : '
: I in building a $4,500,000 state r 33
Under the new general statutes, with same terms' as= a white child. If Chicago "Sassy." have every reason to pnint to'-! o.I .
President Roosevelt Elihu Root and
I every pleading filed In the courts 'fhe right of southern states to p-o- Tillman's of the state is awfully HER PET AVERSION.Tke ; -i Pat McCarren made a combinationthat I suit in Pennsylvania :as a vm-ut 1

hereafter there will also have to be. vide separate 'schools for the races back to days. Some are saying Mr. Hearst could not beat It lof I their graft

filed a copy of same to be served on has never been questioned and proba- ture them,and- about one another and Reason One Woman 18 Afraid,oi remains to be seen what effect the j I The workingmen-of Color-: w.
goes so far as to tell
opposing counsel or opposite bly will not be Her Bathtub."I combination will have on a couple of
party. I as long as the facilities of Manatee, that he either divided their strength at '*; i
F The death of Senator provided in the respective schoolsare Persistent have killed the Tallahassee know a good many people are eminent gentlemen connected with It. again experience the don!.tr: : I, >
Carter of 1
Levy will necessitate ; equal In every respect and there That, bluff or committed suicide. This afraid of a bathtub" said a woman ore of seeing the offit", ,,!1I i> .; :'
the calling "I'm off for the ditch, remarked
the negroes about-y the boys having a "but not in the that'I am. I am capitalistic interests thai rcvn hut
is not the slightest of : way
of particle difference
a special election in Levy county: -the 'effect at the OcaI&: editorial meet President Roosevelt as he boarded the II to act as a whole.Massachusetts .
to choose a senator as Mr. Carter, had I between the practice In the determined trip to the everglades. not afraid of the water after I am In vessel that was to convey him to i

i i: served only one-halfc of the term for south in this regard and the plan of can .d"r. "'at,Jacksonville and one at the tub. It'. getting In and out I'am Panama. What the president meant and Rhode W-ud! :

> which he was elected. the California authorities. who sim- from There"la'nothing1 like a full afraid of though water in a bathtub was that he was off to view the hole i are now the only states thai p.1't"( *

ply desire to separate the Orientals News. to.give an editor nerve.-St has been deadly too to some. I knewof where so much American money has i governor every year. Rhode l shad:
been sunk. has demonstrated that the >*-ar'!'
The child Independent just
: labor proposition frcu the Caucasians. just the : .a man once who was drowned in I
; as Plenty of election is occasionally a good tfc%;
promises to be one of the problems of south spearates the whites and ne I I his bathtub. Many a man has drownedin "Their own greed will drive the I for the state.

i the next legislature but Questions of groes. didn't Senator set Sometimes Hurts. his bathtub but I know the widow of trusts to destruction shouts the New:

l more vital interest to the state will Congress would undoubtedly have a little the roses bloom again" this one aad that was what brought it York Evening Journal. Perhaps but i Mayor Tom Johnson has triumph
aright be something doing over Whenever Introduced what'is to become of the in the '
home
t Snore than likely sidetrack this Issue lo on to the to me. they people I over twenty three injunctions and
dictate If the
.
: In the limited time in which the question In senator had Sixty days will seem her they whispered 'H !r husband meantime.Mr. I nall;; secured a three-cent street carfare
;. Solons volved schools supported by the federal of the time in which to handle was drowned in a bathtub.' in Clevelandith twenty-thrri*
ate given to enact and repeal but investigations that are be Edison has kindly given us another is "skid -"
government schools supported than he "It seemed to me a sort of disgraceto decisions in his favor was
laws. for and a few days during six months in which i
to rid
F:: get for his opponents.
by states or municipalities always month's should her that way of dying If he want-
be
set aside to of our horses. We are looking for a
Penrose was the first man at the have been and always should ne free nah News. re-appointment bill, discuss ed to drown why didn't he go to the man to insure us the use of one for Representative Lacey's home e }ugave :

fir bat in the senatorial game which has from fedtral interference even in the Eternal and insurance etc.! and river? If he didn't do It purposely the next six months. the head of the republican : '
!r4 Just third house must have one then it was the fault of the bathtub,
; started in Washington but when least particular. Congress has aboutas The nearly 500 majority but Mr i ,,'
1&: Pitcher Roosevelt throws his answer :much right to regulate Sunday against Ben themselves'Journal.during the and ses and that makes it a dangerous thing to Senator Dolliver told the people of lost it by 34. Representative l I.

j t to the Pennsylvania statesman In schools 'and to dictate. the. text of a In Chicago these doings are in the Yes my notion."I Iowa that there is no lumber trust will soon have leisure in which' "*
great
that harmony knew another man who was beri. but the people of Major Lacey's district vise his "standpat" doctrines
negro controversy we predict eertnon as It has to attempt the reim- likely to get those august
and the ously Injured by a bathtub. He was a seem to have taken the statement
f. that Penrose will go down and out in laion of the public schools of California in embarrasing trouble with .
short they will Florida press who will great friend of mine. He had promised copious sprinklings of salt. By the way, speaking of th :
order. or any other state and
'I' any wearing deeds like a hawk does to help me In a loW ways with Dr. matter teaching people the art ,,'
Forbes the famous
action that may be taken with der the Winslow ,
this
f.
T. J Appleyard of Lake City was .-Miami Metropolis. my work and one thing and another. English alienist asks: "Is the world government what's the mat"
defeated in Washington end In view in the present instance upon their Then he was taken very UL He was going crazy?" Tee Pennsylvania bringing a lot of the teach '

. : night for the position of Tuesday will be the precursor vigorous con- Dunne Do in Sanford. 'upon the verge of recovery and bad election return doubtless brought the from the Philippines and ; .. ;
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:!t- arms of the Democratic sergeant detonation and protest throughout It's none fun'to see a man read a written me he was coming to call in query to Dr. Winslow's mind.A them in Pennsylvania?

, caucus He : the length! and breadth of the land. in a newspaper than a day or two when I got word that be
.' deserved better but just can't WashlngtQn-Pr The Idea that the :z: -
when It is speaks bout popular
considered I fat man slip on a banana had fallen in the bathtub or on It-I
gust over the of ship of New York is aster '
'i that his presence many strangers on
successful opponent And narrow-minded man reads have forgotten which. or maybe it fell .
I now Major Dapray the general which the streets of the national capitaL to the presidency will be /
hailed from the home of John Sharpe : army officer who assists General Foster fered or eight times. and then on bioa-and had broken three ribs. Perhaps they are cabinet officers returning tered when It Is recalled .

Williams it is not surprising. I is married and on his way to the negroes in to The appropriate kind,hearted what man I "I never get in or out of my bathtub from their campaign travels.A ty years only one New Y, :"" ,
of Senator : can. him and his three hh'!
of
without thinking has removed from Alb
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1 If there is one piece of, legislationthat I capital with his bride. Must be getting to the office and pays
liver a ribs or without being afraid I'll fall London banker declares that House and his name "..1lir1lv..r
the chief executive should lonesome for those court judges :Mayor owes. The successful busi I Uncle Sam's financial
I who advertises regularly on the edge of It and knock out all system is Imperfect Cleveland. Mr. Roose'left! t1
force"" through the next house and who seem to be the only "elegibles" cost ; it. front teeth."-New York Press.A 'Gracious; we're marryingour state house at Albany to oecomf '-i.-:
by immediately my
senate it is the reapportionment bill. left. (Ga.) Herald.I to money find the editor and the r millionaire girls to British titles president not to become praidtZ.t'n.y ; t.

It has been twenty years since the I I InconsistentChicago silently down the street Darlar Bishop. -

L representation in the legislature has The Flomaton Depot ,I business man takes sugar in A story of the great Bishop Selwyn Shocking- Mortality. SUeacr.

been apiwrtioned and the present j!Under Construction. Senator would they Is sweeter both eat and a clove or settles two. i of New Zealand is told by Commander The crowded ship gave a'sudden The man who counts thirty in t.s:

: allotment of seats in the legislativepart for peace moments.I Gambler of the British navy in his lurch. mind before be speaks soon disc'v"-:
I I The Pensacola Journal makes a plea I I icn and their hearts
, of our government Is inequitable for depot accommodations at Floma ject lie the experience of a mustard book. The bishop's missionary yacht'I There was a splash. that when be talks he says !Oom('",'-..

I and unfair. The legislature ten ton. Since the station house was I I assured the falls on different ground.- the Southern_ Cross, oucbed a coral I "Oh" wailed the young woman who Try silence for a cll4neIt builu

! eara ago failed to pass this bill as burned there some time ago several have an Chronicle. reef when entering the harbor Port of I, had been sitting near the rail reading a wonderful reserve for<*e in your [v-':: "

t the statute requires, but the gonr-I:box cars have been used by the employes I protect his France New Caledonia. It became ; a book "think of all those lives being leal organization and surdy oven *

nor should see to It i as a station but the public is from the Land. necessary to examine her bottom but : lostr your temperamental inclination. "

1J of 1907 does that the ,uncared for by the company. Floma- I are the ; reliable information in the sharks were so numerous and so But nothing could be done and the babble.-Cairo BulletIn.Dhacouragln.

, l not adjourn without compiling -:ton is a junction point and in these the South the drainage project south daring that nobody would venture into gazed sadly at her copy of
I
with this! statute. days of trains behind schedule time erance of this city is that the Florida the water. "So the bishop who held dancing merrily on the ".
the people: suffer a real hardship while selves up as "PlUtMcb"l I
:. A dispatch from Bronson to the 1 waiting there. The Journal calls i-U\"e Oak Railway Company has that If a man showed a bold front to a astern.-ChJca go Tribune. She-Why do you laok; so '\\0-
sn
the land owned by the Bos -
t Times shark be would sheer off went overboard Bertie? Did papa obj -Union
sa'sfter : the Alabama railroad commission to Coast Land
Florida Atlantic
: Tillman in himself with a long sharp knifeIn i Labeled.. I II I but be saId: "It's all right You'll
-l \ an illness of several months'' take the case in hand-Mobile Reg- and of the East Coast Land {
duration Hon. X R. Carter state ister. Hen and of the East Coast Canal his mouth for defense, and diving In tie: Lejard house there was a find out it'* useless l to krlc ?

, senator from the Twentj first sena I The Journal. is informed since tafc South Company in the under- his -vessel ascertained the damage I J great dinner. After awhile the maid Nell's bead is set on anything"

tonal district and one of the most ling the matter np that force. of men 'I regiment whoops of << drainage district. and He then caae:: on board our shIp. :, was called and the; mistress said:
f prominent in the I ; and we arranged to careen the yacht : "Serve ..< Gravity.
men state and county is now at work on' the constructionof I the risk of the work as soon now as tfca: dinner. .There Is no one Lenity
died at his home in Levjville Saturday Flomaton from harm to get the men and sufficIently te enable him to nail on else to( come except a relation of little! Scott-I played a funny trict : fl.e
the depot though no evidence -
ff morning at 6 o'clock. ored men" some copper sheets which he did himself i! Importance." law of gravity this momiD 11'(1(
Ii: "The death of Senator Carter to that effect was apparent until ownership of the land spending : 1 L J' )
: was the north or again a long time In the Five minutes afterward the maid announced What was it? Scott-Dropped a
expected, as his condition has been this week. was one of the main For curious .-Ty" Ja:
water. mounta'cs
southern some reason not a : In a loud tone: my wife np In the
; without hope for se"eral'ks.. the delay in beginning the :
He If the railroad company means business negroes. In single shark hove In a1&ht.nll the time." "The relation Transcript.
-- *as surrounded by his family when all the companies were not little Importanc :r
now and the
completes depot white man
e the end came all of whom had been' to do their share in pushing Lo Scacclapenslert.
;tf devoted in their attentions to him dur within a reasonable time, the Ala I I each derstand other' [ : [ but now that the land ia Send in your orders now Send In your orders 'I

;l.f_ ing his illness. nama railroad commission need not_ ces the only one company and that for extra copies of The Jour Cant, Be, Bluffed.Chicago for extra copies of The J J'i irial's ':-.
; Senator interest itself In the interested in having the
Carter matter.
was 7:: of
age have
years negroes might, dis-
I and a native of Mississippi. lie served The fact remains however that this I I they News.could and in doing it at once.. nal's big Christmas Editionand played better-judgment than was man- big Christmas E'i: :.r:

it with distinction in the Confederate depot should hare been built !long ago probably be no further de they will be set aside ifested when they attempted to blurt and they will be set ;t' 1e I
army. He has been 'resident dirt will begin to fly before Senator
a and the railroad Had his Tillman,-Albany (Ga.) Her
For :
commission !
3 of Levy (county for thirty-five ;years, was neglecting Of course. .-Palm Beach News. you. ald. ( for you. I
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-t and had always been identified with its duty in falling to compelthe Chicago I _
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.t! the county. He"had served as county him to have
commissioner and county treasurer The next gubernatorial campaign. program.

I t' and was elected state senator in 1904 is approximately eighteen months off'I!guarded by

l"'. and served with credit and ability and jet whenever, Pensacola's- Jennings -, he must remenina: for p Women ii
f' to his '
t; session county of the legislature and; state at the last gets out of the Deep Water this president of only

he Is thrown ,
"His death has cast a gloom over City bouquets on every blame. It
: the entire 'county and he win be hand. '"Coming events cast theirshadowj submitted to : _" iii_

r lorely...missed. before." others.- 1. Equal to any ,$1.00 preparation on the market.






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J S69 Before 3 P. M.
TNephoneNO.l tN0. 38 Ater3 P. M. NO TWO ALIKE. fJ,1t! : }"r 1


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Tourists life Saving Visit Station. Vie Journal's Daily Fashion Feature' i, "" the very best manufacturers of Ladies' Suits in the country. J 18 : i: L



"a\,arty aptain Wednesday of Pensacola Dixon for Reed visitors an took outing.across a jolly The the AI 4 We cheerfully recommend them to you Now you have 18 j : : lflfU


arty was composed mostly of north :6 been for this S .
e'ntrra'a people sunshine and the was lovely greatly weather enjoyed and, I: waiting opportunity For.the next three days, 18 : : r'l t

i.. it was in such groat contrast to lB will 25 cent discount them. Think of IS ,
'j-p frozen northland from which they i I I we give per on savingone ; tut
)""pntly c..me.
Those who enjoyed the outing were fourth'of the of nice SUIt. u J
Mr and Mrs O. Chambers an I son, price; a I '.htf
of Logecsport, lad, Mr. and Mrs. B .
f!rank: Butler of Goodland Ind.; Mrs. I
>fill, Mrs Cook and Mr. W. W
:rephens of Logensport, Ind, :Mrs. n CHILDREN'S CLOAKS i t..ttll. .
:;!laker, of Lucerne Ind.; :Miss Ida But-
1"1'i. Miss A. B. Johnson and Mrs. E l.
\. Coleman, of Pensacola, Mr. and I .! I'

Urs dich! II. E. Allan of Benton Harbor I 0I I+' fU One-third off on the price of every Child'sCloak J W i


'hospitality Captain Broadbent showed the, with visitors his many usual i o I IM Ih 9u 1 1 in our store. Every one maked in m .1 I

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the
I jjalred-by the,party.rMlss'Ernestine. 3
should sell one of them by Saturday *, .
': Coe every ( : : :Ij
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''Entertains On Birthday.A night'WATSON II i: '"
fifs
birthday party which was greatly ,
enjoyed by the little ones who attended
' was given by Miss Ernestine Coe 11 .
at the residence of her parents Mr. 1
and Mrs. John J. Coe 211 North DeSVllJer -

) The party street.was In honor of the little l f :
9or PARKER 6
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lady Holt s guests sixth Martha birthday were Portless,present and Gladys the following Muriel Roch, OJfU i


Essie Henderaon, Ruth Crook, Des sie i m ). i
Crook Annie Marehetti May Mart "EVERYTHING TO WEAR ..:
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t chettj. Laura Hard Dewey Hurd Ernest ;, .f
I Gonzalez Lamar Sarra. Celestine h" 01 r. i i
,Serra Raymond Henderson Harry :
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Hoist, Aldrich Hoist, Ernest Portless ; t1.
John Portless James Fisher and Alfred ,-" -
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Rero. r v [ of school number two, is I '
A pretty luncheon was served the PERSONAL MENTION. cipal public t
convalescing from a rather serious illness -I
children and a big birthday cake was -' l'
at the home of Mrs. John B.
sliced. of Mar-
State Senator C. L. Wilson
Miss Erne tine was the recipient of ianna, is in the city for a few days. Jones;on North Barcelona street Mrs. LEATHER\ HOLIDAY
many little tokens of remembrance Wilson hopes to be able to resume k :'1i;a#
tad the children departed hoping thaton Miss Fara Hawks an attractive her,duties next week.
her next birthday she would remember young lady of Atlanta, is the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Roberts and
her friends in the same delightful Miss Carrie Roberts. baby,. of Providence, R. U are the

way. Mr. Robt. A. JJrench! of Florala, is guests for the present of Dr. and Mrs.J. GOODS > J :!

BurkeBazzellWedding in the city for 4 few days attendingto G., Heard. Mr. Roberts Is superintendent if-,!
of the Pensacola Electric
business. I *
Last Night. '- Light Company and has decided to locate '3 !! )
Mrs. E. E. Saanders,.will, entertain' here permanently. ; l.
last A very night at pretty the home wedding of the occurred brides : Mrs. Guy Wilson is still in Tampa,
mother, Mrs. Sarah Bazzell on West']I Old blue foulard figured with black rings was used for the house Jackson, at her street beautiful. home, 221'West where she went to attend a family reunion music_ .rolls, collar and cuff boxes, new style t.;; ; t.I
warden street, when Miss Sarah Jean gown pictured although challie. cashmere or,any such material would he \ atthe, borne of her parents Mr.; i I
hi +-- ee collar boxes card cases cigar cases gentlemen : ; > i.
;,<' to second daughter of the late equally suitable. The chemisette was of white mull tucked, the top of the Louise" the little daughter; of Mr.and and Mrs. Bonacker in that city. :Mr.j ; ,
imodare Bazzelle was united in collar being finished! by a band of lace. The rever collar was of black velvet Mrs.Eckels, is quite ill! of typhoid C S. Bonacker Mrs. Wilson's brother' and ladies traveling cases. Swellest line ; : sever ;

marriage to Mr. Goldman Humbert;I finished with old blue silk tassel The fronts and sleeves bad ,vel- fever at the home of her parents 312' has returned to his home in this city. seen in ,Pensacola. Excellent Xmas !! -
Jinrke I i
vet ribbon laced through eyelets aiultied in bows.played North Alcaniz street '
rae home was tastefully decorated I Ih I Mrs. Andrew Lewis is comfortably gifts. All useful presents. Watch our big 4 i ,
a profusion of pink carnations and I I Judge'E..T1, Uey. of Milton. spent located In a suit of rooms at her own : "
white t.ides roses interspersed with by Mrs. Hazel Bazzell Hughs the wedding will be at the church Sunday In'Pensacola.. the guest of his home. Mrs. Lewis, after returning window display. : .
terns and trailing vines. A soft pink sister of the bride was beard and and will probably occur about the first sisters Mrs M. E. Riley and Mrs. F. from her summer outing rented her 1 Il : 1
light illuminated the rooms and in:the pretty maid of honor, Miss Etta week in January. The bridesmaids a Credille. home to Mrs..M. L. Sutgie, of Bayou .
the front parlor the room used for !Bazzell, entered from the halL Miss hare been chosen and are among the Grande. Mrs. Surgie and niece. Miss
The nuptial ceremony a minuature Bazzell was gowned In white chiffon prettiest and most graceful girl.friendsof Miss Susie Moreno, the pretty young Flossie Haley will spend the winter' ,
tar was arranged. al'1 I cloth over white silk and carried pink the prospective bride. daughter of Mrs. aid Mrs. Scarrett in Pensacola! probably returning to f1"
At eight o'clock the wedding ) carnations. Moreno has recovered from a severe their home at the Bayou for the sum- W. A. D'Alemberte! > i
I Then came the bride who was lovely Monday afternoon the Nomads will attack of LaGrtppe.Mrs. 1 !I ;; 7
I meet with Mrs. C. W. Oliver at her
I In a soft creation of white chiffon mer.Mrs.
CONSPICUOUS IN A BALLROOM over white silk. A filmy tuille veil; home on the bayshore. F. R. Osborne of Jacksonville, E. C. Aylward and son James t' '
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Flakes of Dandruff on the Collar and which was fastened with a diamond is visiting her sisters Mrs. Scarrett accompanied by Mrs Aylward's sis Druggist and Apothecary : '. .t 1 I .
The Whist Club entertained Roberts. She
Bridge was Moreno and Miss Carrie ter Mrs. Cosgrove have returned to
Shoulders of a Gentleman in I. ornament, fell gracefully about her.
I. at its last meeting by Mrs. will be in Pensacola several days. their'home corner of Palafox and De
Full Dress. She entered with her mother Mrs. 121 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 109 :
i W. K. Hyer Jr. The meeting next Soto streets, after a delightful visit' t. ; :.r I I:1i
frequently Sarah who handsomely
This Is the thing you quite Bazzell was and her i
I I' black silk, and lace. week will be with Mrs. W. B. Wrightat Miss Gladys Davenport to the north and west. "
in
man'sblack
In the ball-room-a gowned point
see I her home, 222 La Rua street. father Mr. J. G. Davenport Mrs. Aline
f.:
dress-coat literally covered I :Miss Miriam Oldmixon and Mr. who >tit'
Mrs; M. L. Surgi .
with dandruff. i. George Bazzell followed the bride and The Thursday Afternoon Euchrewas were Anson in and Mobile'last week, have returned best Your Get money Blue Ribbon entitles Lemon you and to the Va .......................0............................. I"
It must be annoying to the wearer. her mother. Miss Oldmixon. who is entertained at its last meeting by home. nilla. Absolutely pure go twice as >
and certainly not a pleasant thing to a charming girl was prettily gownedin Mrs. S. E. Commyns on South Bar far and the "Blue Ribbon Flavor" is i i Jou might as well get one right iI
II'serve. Bat dandruff can be eradi white mull over pink silk. celona street. Mrs. Will Harris will Miss Spalding, corresponding secretary perfection. Ask for the 25c size. I Z to-day because sooner or later ,
I
,rated It is a germ disease that will The bridal party was met at the al be the hostess next week. of the Women's Missionary Union you're bound to be a "Ko- : j"i
jme day cause baldness. tar by the groom and his best man will arrive In Pensacola tomorrowand Best in the cup Jackson Square Z 4aker." It's the greatest '' "
Xewbro's Herpicide kills the hair Mr Gam Gonzalez. The impressive Otiglm of Cro..et. will be the guest during hex stay Cot.ee. The only premium. given is Z fun out. : T.- r .
iextrojring and stimulates the ceremony was. performed by Rev. P. of its quality. 100 ,
germ The origin of is involved here of Mrs. J. H. Pierpont. a guarantee f up to p.. <
croquet certainly
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:alr to a rich abundant growth; it H. Whaley. $35. ,. *1+ !; iv
es more-keeps the hair soft and After receiving the congratulationsof in mystery. Some authoritiesare General S. G. French Is in the city Send in your orders now i : :* i itL:
their many relatives and friends, of the opinion that It is founded on
ant
Furthermore Herpicide Is a most refreshments were served the guestsby the old game of "pale mallle," or pell- visiting Green. his General daughter,French's Mrs.old L. friends Hilton for extra copies of The Jour i I OI: > .A. I :

Peasant toilet accessory; of pleasing the following charming little girls: mell, from which we have the street accord him a hearty welcome and are nal's big Christmas Edition' ', i
odor and to the :Miss Lorena and Norma Bazzell who Pall MalL I. i! '
cooling scalp This is described by Cot.
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here
his
that
stay .r
learn
For sale by W A. DAlemberte,, wore frocks of pink and white silk: grave in his dictionary as "a game will pueased be to extended one. and they will be set aside Z In long '. "I' !
druggist an<\ apothecary 121 South Miss Fannie Bell dressed in white wherein a round box bowle Is with a an for : winter evln- : t- < i
you.
1'alafox street, or send lOc in stamps with pink ribbons and pink sash, and I mallet struck through a high arch of Professor I. E. Allen will leave on Ings. flashlights f
for sample to The Herpicide Co. De. Misses Lala. Mary and Katie Cusacks the seventh for Tallahassee where he : are the thing. Any t '. -<
and of this In Strutt's"Sports .
yron a picture
troit Mich. gowned also In white dresses with and Pastimes" shows that will remain for some time._ The professors .r The-Oiler- -Ltatas.Mrs. body can take them. It's t ;
pink ribbons. friends here will be pleased to easy We instruct you. Get t .:' I> t.
-- -- The wedding guests were receivedby these bad a strong resemblance to the learn that he will return home in time Suburbs (after the crash)-There Kodak to-day. Learn to take pie }' : .
Mrs. Sarah Bazzell assisted by her croquet implements of today.-London for the Christmas holidays. is another of my china dishes aonet! inter and amuse yourself. i frTHE ,
Best is daughter Mrs. Hughs who wore Academy. Suburbs N v.r mind, dear; it has stopped i GEM BOOK STORE. PHONE 230. ',
"The What
We
Sell" white chiffon over pink silk; Miss Annie Miss Ruth G. Derret sister of Mrs. the cook's> singing.At _

Langley gowned in blue silk, :Mrs W. D C. Kessler has returned to her ................................ ...... ............. ,d' : ''
Gertrude Derret silent .
Miss Burynes Miss
I E. H. Simpson home in Baltimore.
one time daring the ute of John
The Shoemen with a ReputationSay
all hand. and made
Thomas Cusacks in Pensacola
Stuffed and Mrs. several months
I somely gowned In black silk with lace friends who regret her depar- Bright there were no fewer than seven BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANYW. i
trimmings.Mr. ture.many members of' .bas family with seats In T. BEDWELU, PRES. AND MANAGER. ,. .
and Mrs.' Burke were the recipients I the house of commons. Prepared to do all electrical repairing on short notice Ring phone (TO and a '
FIGS of a number of elegant and Mr. Scarrett Moreno and Mr. Mans- representative. will can. W. T. Bidwell. President and Manager, 205 S. Bajrleartreet. t'11'.:- J

useful presents and the sincere good field Moreno are expected home! today ___ -
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wishes of many friends. They will be from their camp in Alaoama; I .....................................................
home to ,their friends! at the Al- where they have been for some time 1
\\at and Garden the excelent hunting of that
Inn corner of Baylen enjoying
Van Camp'sor '
section. One Third of t;. -i

DATES I streets.DAPRA. ASSIN. Mr. and Mrs Wilmer Hayward who I.

cards Mrs announcing Joseph R. Cassia the marriage has Issued on have. S McGaughy been the guests, are now of Mr.cosily and housekeeping Mrs.J. and Beans Your Life in BedSince :j

baturday December 1, of her daugh- in a pretty home on nortn ,
ter Miss Helen Cassin to Major John Spring street. make an appetizingdish : ;."
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about a third of your life is spent in ,.
Augustus Dapray of the United States Miss Bessie ,and are alway .
Stuffedwith Army says the Jacksonville Times- Mrs.Bliss Bliss of Cleveland and daughter, Ohio. are the ready. Pleas- bed, why not have; the bed comfortable; you ; I t

Union. Mrs. C S. Bonacker. that's comfortable in the :
guests of :Mr. and get all! good and '
The wedding took place at Washing l ,ant to the taste, and ".
ton. D. (X, and was an event of much Mrs. WilliS Roberts of Mobile, arrived bed line here. t -
chock full of nourishment -
interest. evening and will
PECANS, Major and Mrs. Dapray will be at spend yesterday the winter with her daughter ,- 10,15 and Iron Beds $2.50, $4, $5 and up to $25. i "i' :, ,
home to their friends after DecemberS at her home, 18
WALNUTS, at Tallahassee, and his charming I of Shoe! You in havn't a month seen of a Sunday craftier.piece It.s! Miss\\est Lillie Jackson Taylor street 20 cents.Campbell's i Springs, Woven' Wire and Victor Spiral $4.50. j .,! r t.J
wife will be a congenial adition to the Edwin Clapp's "Fen way." Patent Cost, : !; ;' j
ALMONDS delightful society of the hospitable old Blucher Military. Heel with a most, The many friends of Miss Blanche Soups, in 21 : Felt Mattresses $6.50 to $15. i 1

graceful swing.MEYIR McHugh who is at school at the con- flavors 10 Feather Pillows $2$3, $3.50 and $5. i --r t. ,
city.Major Dapray Is 'on duty with the I vent ,in Mobile, will be pleased to assorted : #

1-lb Box Stuffed Figs ......25 cts: Florida state troops as military ad- learn that she will spend the Christmas cents. i BUY USEFUL CHRISTMAS GIFTS. i !t, { .
visor to the governor and Instructorof holidays with her parents at her .
I-lb\ Box Stuffed Dates ......20 ets the state troops. ,He is quite pop- ..SHOE..CD.FEET home-in .this 'city.. '

Assorted Stuffed Date .....tO ctsRosenauSGerelds ular with the military ofQcere throughout I' who has been Sol Gahn & Co :;
Hanway 1
the state, and particularly in Miss Minnie i i : ; t
Jacksonville, FURTHERS FOR FOLKS the popular guest of the Misses Quina, '. MARSTON & QUINA I
-will leave ,
and 'Mrs.Frank Whiting Th. uri Teed Store.
PensacoU's t younger society set Is 102 SOUTH PALAFOX>: STREETP. Tuesday night for her home In Mis- Slut......C fMf,.Iatn ulll latsalssda '. '
THE FANCY GROCERS, much interested in the approaching sissippi to the regret of many.friends -l18- ( 108x110 S, Palafox St.. Phone 149 Pensacola, Fla. : ; "
n 116 nuptials of two of Its most popular here.: i 1i 1-
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SOUTH PAl fOX STILL members The' Invitations'have not S.-Don't forget our Friday Crowd- 1[rs. E. J. ;Wilson, the popular prin- ............................................N....1.. .
Phone 391 been issued as yet. still:it is said that Coaxers.
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OF DESIRABLE[ J Ji r RveeManHas 1
LIST
1 and $25.00 per month buys a 5-room cottage REALESTATE

on East Jackson street car line- :


i PROPERTY] FOR SALE i 1600. "\ paid in his landlord have I NEW CITY MAPS

$H200 Elegant ,[.room dwelling on East enough rent to

Hill or car line-lot 90x125. feet- I purchased the home in

Onc-story dwelling on Welt Government: street near DeVIIIiers St $ 950.00 bath gas etc. which he lives, yet he I

dwelling on Spring street. near ,Romana, with lot 40 feet JUST RECEIVED
.. One-story front ........................ ................. ...... ............. 3600.00.* $3500 7-room modern dwelling on North has no interest in that I
Block of ground, well situated and containing dwellings, all new J home To
and rented, rent at $1500 per annum. If sold at once .............11500.00 i Hayne street-all modern. the average :

1 Desirable corner on the West end.witn good Improvements, renting A man who rent we : Safest Investment in
1 at $453 per annum ........................... ..................... 3300.00 pays I .: "
J Splendid Investment on Baylen street near Government,. property $2500- -Room dwelling on North HID- have this to say- I SHOWINGAll -
4 now renting at $740 per annum................... ................. 6850.00 J bath gas and all modern. the WorldPensacola

: Desirable piece of property on Intendencla street near Patafox. 6350.00 A If you want to own your
store with good dwelling attached upon large corner lot, on the 4 additions subdIvIsions and
West End splendid business location ........................ .. 265000 own home, and will call changes in names of streets, together
Seven desirable lots on the corner, fronting the bay, near the busl- T Is growing fast and
: ness center ............ ............................................. 3500.00 LESLIE E BROOKS and talk over the situation I before a great while will have a with all information necessary to the
buyer or seller of Real Estate, or the
Ten lots on desirable corner of North Baylen! street splendid Invest confi- ; population of 50,000. Buy in any
.. men ............................................ ................... 1800-00 with} us, we desirable section of the city. It owner of property in the
will double in value in the next
2 We can rent or sell!! a number of houses of 4 rooms, upwards, at once, as J Real Estate dently believe we can. five years. If Improved will net
we have a great demand for them. + from 10 to 12 cent on .
in that you per your. of Pensacola
.T Vacant Iota also handled by us to advantage. i and Insurance. place you a home Investment.' City
Vi/e Insure property at lowest rates.
+
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be almost -
can paid for /

.. .. I Phone 462. 112 S. Palafox. like rent. I Real Estate Owner, have you .tlcular.This map is np-- ate in every par. ,.


: HOOTON & WATSON | I -. : I I IMcDAVIDDYER property Pensacola touch with of for any many sale kind?investors anywhere We are bothin in in PRICES ...

i and out of the city. It will

THE RENTAL AGENTS," : For 5SllleCash CO. I be to our mutual advantage if you Mounted Maps on Roller and
will call in write
or us. Linen .. .. .. .. .. .. .. $2.00 -

: Real Estate. Insurance and loans, I Agents New York I Pocket Maps .. .. .. .. .. .. .-. 50c

$4250-Gets a very comfortable 7-

: No37 S. Palafox Street. Phone No. 54. | or InstallmentPlan. Life Insurance Company. convenient room 2-story to modem car line house and

t 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST., i close in. Leased to Sept. HOOTON & WATSON"The
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...0................ ..... Phone 700. Pensacola, Fla. 1, 1907. Bargain.

L- I Rental Agents."

HELP WANTED. I WANTED. $2600For $2500--5 beautiful building lots.

East Gadsden street overlooking Real Estate Insurance and LoansNo.

WATTED- puny boy to chew CHIC WANTED-Position by experienced bookkeeper 106 East Garden street avery I the bay each 40x-

LETS. It will make him better. 1' with," Care best references.JournaL Address"Bookkeeper 6dec3t desirable 4-room and hall cottage. i HONENice 132-6 feet. 37 South Palafox St.

-WANTED-Housemaid,' white or oolored,
11on premiaes. Apply 619 North WANTED-To sell whit. Japonicas. 514 $850. i
PalafJX. Mec' East Government. 6declt

For west one-half of block 273 of the !I L.S.BROWN6CO.r
WANTED-RellatVe cook. white or colored WANTED-Every sister in town to ask New City Tract on the east side of 15th hall
; also ftre -e1a.ss washerwoman toro her brother for CHICLETS. avenue, between 19th and 20th streets. ;-roni and cot I I
family washing. Apply at 618 NorthI'alafor "WE SELL LOTS" ..
St. 5decUvV'ANTED HISS DORA NICHOLSON announces to tage, new, nicely finished-
her customers that she will soon make Phone 918 Thiesen BId!. ......... ,..........t...............+t.............
-A. gJtl to help around kitchen. : her last order before Christmas. Anyone Money to loan at lowest market rate large front and back gallery, 4'
Good wapaa to right party. Apply 611'' wishing! to order ho=iery. skirts, corsets, of interest-
East Government street. Chas. Ertkson. : etc., will please notify her at once and closets throughout house
Mortgages real
on estate in this
. 4declw she the 7th will inst.call. Phone Must send No. 1533.orders Address off by bought and sold. city.- city water; lot 50 by 1373'4Ion I I NEW CITY LOTS

WANTED: /'' street now for sale. the corner two blocks
office ,ork Salary $18 per month. AppLy -' I FOR SALE.FOR $25fflperI
w. Care Journal. dec -Position by experienced ste from caroline nice
nographer. Legal work preferred. Can neighbor-
.AI"TED-Lumber marker for export furnish good references. Address E. L. SALE-Fine milk cow. Apply 809 month No interest
milt Address Home Mm Co.. Bohemia J...Box H8U iIt \ 4; : 3. 3,4dec2w hood. Be sure and look at East Strong street. 6declw f |!

J'1a. Ideclw WANTED- To rent 'a"show WIndow for Fisher Real Estate Agency this if you want a home, FOR SALE-At a bargain a barber's ON EASY TERM no taxes A Frss
J
rTAXTED-Men to learn barber trade. about thirty days. Must be on Palafox outfit, good as new; one first-class
pew weeks completes; tools given wages street. This is wanted for a nice dean $2,450.00J. barber chair; one dozen excellent razors, I
gMurdays. shops furnished new. Great business for the holidays. Address Box COLLECTION OF RENTS A mugs, brushes and combs. Address J. Abstract t
temand for graduates. Write for cata- 48, Asheville! C. Idee M. Armstrong Sneads, Fla. 6declm
SPECIALTY.
logue. :Mobkr Barber College, New Or- 1 .
{ aid!, La. Ideclw* A1\'TED-Young German farmer desires Phone 87. 206'$. Palafox st. ,FOR SALE-Bargain In 6-room cottageat .
position. Thoroughly experienced. Educated W. Bullock Jr.Real Cottage Hill. Fla. Terms to suit One .
WANTED AT ONCE-Two or three at German Agricultural Academy. I acre fruit flowers and garden. Address 1. .
good glaziers. Apply in person.: Saunders Not afraid of work. Address Max Schohr. Egbert BealL Sdeclw
Mill Co.. Brent roadSnovlw Century. Fla. Ideclw .. THE GREATEST BARGAIN SALE OF BUILDING
MONEY TO LOAN.. Estate and Mortgage Loans I FOR SALE-1 second-hand safe 1 roll.I I :
LETTERS do the trick. They are the Room 302 Brent Building. I top desk and 1 dray all In good con
beat
trade-getters. They get to the UNLIMITED dition.. Apply H. F. DeBroux
BOARD AND ROOMS.Nicely business man's amount money to loan on Wamng-
heart
and not the waste
all kinds ton, Fla. 28novlw
basket. The Mayes Printing Co., havea notice. Terms personal easy. Get property my rates on short Phone, 637 ,? I I .
before
furnished rooms, suitable for letters new process that makes typewritten goiiiff elsewhere. Star Loan Co., 11614 FOR SALE-House and lot at 1013 East i LOTS EVER OFFERED IN THE CITY PENSACOLA i
light housekeeping, block and half from cheaply and perfectly. Phone 181 South Palafox. 4novlm Jackson street, $1600. Apply to G. A.Dohlstrom. .
Palafox. Apply between 12 SO and 1:30 will bring a representative. 24 West 1013 East Jackson street or .
p. m., or after 6:00 p. m., 219 East Government Government street. Idec 5000.00 to loan on good security. Pensa FOR SALE.FOR 818 South Palafox. 27novlm -- .

street. 5dec2w SEWING W.-\NTED-Prlces reasonable. cola/Investment Company. '30oct : :

FOR RENT-One fine double furnished Mrs. F. E. Perdue, 221 North Cavellos MONEY LOANED on real SALE-Just received, fresh flash FOR SALE CHEAP-Second-hand buggies I.have 40 lots between 9th 10th and 11th streets and between *
St.. phone 1188. idee estate and lights and launch. ,batteries. Phone and wagons. If you want a bar 18th and 19th two blocks ..
front room. with board and bath. Tele- personal property on short notice. i avenues; from the East Hill car line New
345. E. W. Star
phone> street 895 on car line at 415 west 4d Gregry clw.- WANTED TO RENT-A large house Palafox Terms easy.St. Phone J. W. 1144.I Bollard. 28% South building. P.ake.! Laundry gain in a call second-hand or write W.vehicle E. Taylor of any Chip-description block from the bayou. I offer this property1. at $225.00 per lot, $:.1: ; "> .

close In. Will lease It if tsrms are de. j ley, Fla. 2Sno>lm i down and the balance at $lO.M per month. I will CHARGE \INTEREST t
A PLEASANT homelike place to board sirable. Address Mrs. A. )1.. Care Journak CAN LEND TOUR IO"EY.at eight 'DECORATIVE EVERGREENS- W. AND NO TAXES AND WILT FURNISH AN ABSTRACT J
Smilax. needle mistletoe
pins holly ,
on North Hill 2d door from Car line. 27cov per cent. If you have any that you 1 window wreaths and Jother Christmas FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mehlen WITH EACH LOT FREE OF COST. This Is the cheapest property *

Phone 850.NICELY I WANTED-Some one of means who will want will be interest absolutely on. see safe me on about real it.estate- It 1' decorations. Miss Annie Jordan. 115 case.& Sons'A bargain.piano in Piano handsome an rosewood be seen i ever offered on these terms! in the City of Pensacola. J

FURNISHED ROOMS for rent care for and educate bright boy 14 security. Leslie E. Brooks. PhOM 482. I' North Spring street Phonel535.. 4dec2w, by calling at the Handy Kitchen. 3ocL :
with or without board. Table board. years old./ Apply Pearl Eagan Home or i I JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER SAYS: %
Phone, gas and bath. No. 3 Palafox. Mrs. Wm. Fisher President 18nov MONEY' -TO-LOAN Everybody borrow5 FOR SALE-Good buggy with top and FOR SALE and Immediate delivery, one : *
27novllOOMS I money from Jno. A Hall & Co.. 14UE. been used two months cheap. Leslie E. automatic tandem compound center "I was recently asked by a young man my opinion as to the *
WANTED assistant-Position as stenographer, or Government St. When In need call Brooks 112 South Palafox. 4declw crank! steam engine of about 150 horsepower : safest way to Invest a little money. He had a few hundred dollars, :
bookkeeper and I
general office
Two furnished front and two return tubular
rooms. work, by lady of on us.MONEY SALE boilers 72 which, by severe effort he had succeeded in saving out of his weekly
suitable for light housekeeping. Use young experience. Address FOR -200-arpent country place 7 inches diameter by 1C feet long. For full +
of phone and bath. Apply 822 East B. C., Care JournaL no visit* LOANED on all kinds of personal miles from Pensacola short mile west particulars apply Stone & Webster Eng. : wages. I advised him to Invest in a good house lot in some suburb
Gadsden or Phone 897. Zanov YOUNG LADY property on short notice. Terms of Olive station and postoffice, known as Corporation. Box 830 Pensacola linov close to the city. Land is always there-it cannot run away. Ast %
stenographer wishes posi easy. J. B. Gray &; Co.. 2 W. Romana. 7-mlle house on old Jackson road. 30 acres the population increases the land also increases in value Yes for
tion In
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent at 213 Pensacola er anywhere In West Phone 1165. ifeb fenced and cross-fenced, with woven wire FOR SALE-8 room house good location 4'
West Gregory street Unovlm Florida or South Alabama. References. I fence, balance partly cleared, partly fine best water in the city. A bargain. Apply a small investment there Is no surer, safer, better investment than J
Address M. E. C.. Care Journal llnovCONKEr'S UNLIMITED amount of money to loan timber. Fine oaks, pear, chestnut and 9th avenue and 16th street. ISnovlm i this." .
FOR RENT-Pleaeant furnished room on all kinds of personal property. other trees. Stream running' through;
southern exposure second floor. Corner celebrated Roup Cure, Chol- cial rates to business men on many springs on place; also horse, buggy FOR SALE-One fine wall Case, 25 feet THESE LOTS ARE GOOD NOW they near the car line %
10th avenue and 12th street. near East era cure, lice and mite killer as well loans. The New York Loan Co.. %spe.j harness wagon and farming tools; 31- long, 8 feet high, with ribbon case 10 are
Hill -ar line. llnov as an unexcelled* Egg Producer. All South Palafox. room houses. 1 50-foot stable, with two feet long separate. Will make fine display near the bayou, in the coming residence district cf Pensacola, and *
guaranteed, and a splendid grade of rooms; 1 25-foot barn and other out- case for any kind of r.erchandise. : you cannot buy lots for CASH in this neighborhood for less money. *
JOR RENT-Rooms with or without I wheat S. Mellen that will maKe your fowls lay. F. houses. Suitable for sanitarium,' country Apply to E. L. Reese 17 North Palafox. Ask anyone who knows the value of this property, and they will tell <>
& Co.
board. Men Pensacola Fla. Phone factory, brewery stock
only. Apply 17 West La. FOR RENT.FOR club or farming. 20novlm this is true. *
334. you
Rua St Tnovlm boy Reason for selling-owner has no one to i .
manage place. Great bargain as Invest- FOR SALE CHEAP-Large concert talk-
FURNISHED ROOM for rent. Apply 301 :,WANTED-Position as saw filer or superintendent RENT-Nicely furnished 8-room ment or for one looking for good farming ing machine and 50 select disc records.A I believe at a conservative estimate that these lots will increase :
W. Chase street 21oct or mill foreman by a house on North Hill second door from land. For particulars address E. W.Peake snap for lovers of music. B.,E. Hawley T In value. 40 per cent. by: the time they are paid for on these terms. *
competent Address J. man. References furnished. car line. For particulars address No. 8 Pensacola, Fla., New Laundry 301 West Chase, City. 2dec *
W. Lasseter. Andalusia Ala. East Strong. Idee, building East Chase street. Idee .

STRAYED.STRAYED WANTED All kinds Bnovlm FOR RE.'T-Two.. nice double stores on PANAMA CANAL EDITION of The FOR .SALE 12,500-10,000 saw mill acres timber round and timberland sawmill : I LESLIE i F Real Estate and Insurance
F beer tattles. I pay East Intendencia street between Pala Journal magnificently illustrated 32-room hotel at a bargain. Several BROOKS j
from Skinner's mill bay 15c lIzen. I hand It all trading brandsof fox and Tarragona. Inquire at the Fisher magazine, containing scores of vIew. of good farms and town properties. : Phone 452 112 $. Palafox St
wined
beers
horse with and whisxtes and still the city and harbor. For. sale -.t all Write :
Ii cropped taiL :Finder will Real Estate Agency. %%nov Gentry & Setterllnd Chipley Fla. .
M. please return to Robinson's Livery manufacture that well-established cocgh book stores or at The -Journal; office. By j j 23sept I
i-r Stable. :SOnovlw': and medicine.Government Joe Roth St,. corner Tarragtna FOR. RENT-Ay R. Bingham has storage mail 20 cents. ilteit1 ;.................................. ..$.O. ........
: hoot room for rent suitable for furiiiture FOR SALE-Forty acres lana, well tIm.
t .TAILORING or other goods. 104 and 106 South ,Tarragona FOR SALE-Large furniture wagon and bered good house. Itt .mlles east of
PERSONAL. It. Diamond Tailor. streetPhone ,ago harness, in good condition Fisher Fur- Olive. Fla. Address Jas. T. Gerelds. P. O.
Gent's clothing cleaned pressed and repaired niture house 138 and 140 East Intendencia Box 164 City. Snovlm
on short notice. No. 11% West I street. 'nov JPO R SALE LANARKOn
Government St.,
f THANKS to the trained nurse who Inn Pensacola. Fla. FOR SALE OR TRADE-Seven H. p.
traduced CHICLETS in the sick room. WANTED-A. R. Blngham wants your 1 HOTELS.LOCKHART FOR SALE-Half-Interest in one of the wood mill; complete order. Will cut _
moving and hauling He beat furniture houses in South Alabama. cords of wood
---- ---- -- guaranteesall twenty per day; terms to the Gulf of Mexco.
', breakage. Phone 630. Reason for selling to devote more timeto
HOTEL, will trade
Lockhart Ala., right party or for stock or
FOUND. W.A..TED-The.. Merchants new management. newly renovated other ipterests. Call on or address W. other property. Address J. A. Donalson. $1500Buys Hunting and fishing ceasor iow on.
Transfer Co. and all S. Sheppard Florala, Alalinovlm DeFunlak Fla. Oyster bed within .
Bath
:; .wants your moving and hauling. All nice rooms. accommodations. Springs 23nov2w:: a six-room home on two corner easy reac

: : GRAY HORSE white spot In forehead breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thors. Special. Special rates attention to weekly to traveling boarders.men.J. FOR SALE 111 acres excellent pineappleand FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-Half block lots near car line on East Hill. This is Offers exceptional advantaoe as a
ri and left hind leg whit Owner can Proprieto" Phona 978. Rodgers Prop. 28nov orange land on Jupiter river; excellent In New City near Bay View park; will a bargain which must be -sold quickly. : place to spend part of the winter morths.
: have same by paying for this market; close to railroad; three
i ad- Myrtle \.Alo.'TED-All. kinds of electrical work. I exchange for cottage or sell cheap If
; Grove Poultry Farm, Myrtle Grove Fla.28novlw.. I sell all kinds of electrical batteriesand BROWN HOUSE-DeFunlaK Springs. I healthy miles from locality.ocean Address; some J.improvements E. Benefeld.; taken at once. Mrs. R. Owsley. 1308 E. $1350.For LANARK INN.
other electrical supplies. When you Good beds. airy rooms elegant meals; Strong. 21novlm
_. need me ring 215 cr 955. E. W. Peaks, free bath and sample rooms. Special ;Aycock Fla. 8nov five lots facing 12th :avenue New Under new management modem and
NIISCELLANEOUS. New Star Laundry Bldsr. B- Garden. attention to traveling men. Rates 12.00 FOR SALE-A fine tract of land near City. A very pretty building site. well kept; will afford special attention to
I day. J. R. Brown Prop. FOR SALE-S25.00 cash for Remington city. Part heavily timbered hunting and fishing parties.
s WANTED-Second-hand sacks of all descriptions per Typewriter in first-class writing order; ; part
wanted. If out of town, cleared. Call phone 285; or address 1102 $700.
ship
I for selling have no use for
reason same
IS :\OTICE-W'hen in need of fresh bread them to us; if in town ring us up at No. HOTEL. SOUTHERNPen an the here. Address "B" Care Journal East Gad deiu ISnovlmI : I Reached by the Georgia. Florida &
i and fancy pastries go to the West End I. 334 or bring them to us at corner of year. American and European!: plan. 21novlm* Gets a four-room cottage on East 1 Alabama Railway. Convenient schedules
t Bakery Corner Chase and Cojle streets. Chase and Alcaniz Sts. F. S. Mellen & Special summer rates. First-class In j I! Gregory. Rents for SS.00 per month.i Tourist rate now in effect
t. DI' ring phone 151$. 6declw Co. 2sjuiy:: every respect. Pleasant and conven FOR SALE-Thoroughbred pedigreed FOR ADOPTION.FOR This will make a pretty little home on
lent Mrs.' T. L Bowen Prop.. Pen sa. a good investment 1 For hotel accommodations write LANARK :
f Pointer Puppies. $10 and $15. Signed,
cola.. Fla.
MATTRESS AND FURNITURE_Mat- ISapr Bagdad Kennels Bagdad. Fla. llnovlm ADOPTIOS'-Qne INN Lanark. Fla.
tresses made to order and also LOST. orphan boy,7years
\ated.; new ticks furnished. New reno- BAY HOTEL-Open night and day. Eu. old. Will be given for adoption For schedules railroad:! rates etc., writs
: :
: second-hand furniture modern and ropean plan. Rooms light and clean. FOR SALE-Three-year-old Jersey cow to responsible parties. For particulars Co RoY AEGEJRi J. H. MeWILtlAMS
\.; tfaiue, bought and sold. DaViaManufac.or an- LOST-All worry and care by every Transient trade solicited. 57 -619 South J and heifer calf. Can be seen at 1118 E. apply Pearl Eagan Home, or Mrs. Wm. Gen. Pass. Rgent
turing Co.. 114 East: Belmont street I chewer of Chi: 'lets. Palafox. Jos. S. Nicolau. Prop. Strong street. 28novlw Fisher President. 18aov Baln rlde. Ga.

Phone 771. 24nov ., 200 Thiesen i
LOST-Strlng of prayer beads, garnets. Building.
i! MISS LEILA REESE has fresh cut flowers on Palafox street Sunday morning. Of east thr !
Phone 686. L. & N. P R. and nmrlng
; hand. Orders taken for Reward, for return to Clara Bell. 322 East C .
,j. on special Romana. WRITE YOUR WANT AD HERE.Send i (3) chains; thence south f.) :T-three
SdecSt
occasions. Phone 282. ISnovlm links; thence west three O and 84:
chains thence thlrty-ci (31) H: ;
WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP-We LOST-One laprob Tuesday morning. north.; with L. &. N It. R. '

Jntendencia.are now in'E'ntrance cur sew also quarters at 21S Romana 214 E. West Reward Romana.for return to Ben Dunham Bdeclw 420 it to The Journal office day or night. When you need. help have anythingto Legal Advertisements. I II starting varying point. Said lot i- boundedthe and" ,,
west by L. &: N. It. It. on
,and nd prepared carnage building do everything Mid repairing.In wagon E. sell rent exchange, or wish to purchase anything. try a want ad. They do the NOTICE. I north south by by George Henry Gladden's Grecif lot tot and and on retains -,

-i U Ileain!. Phone t 28; City. l oct COLORED : Is given I and 1091-2500; square thai '
LODGE. work. hereby that there win be a one (1)
: meeting of the stockholder of Said lot i:! In the northwest \i of '. :
:, RENOVATED-New the Ger
MATTRESSES .
\ tick _ SO
a. N. R
man-American Lumber southwest % of Sec 8 Tp
furnished if desired. Guaranteed. Company at the
Carr I. O. S & D. of St. L. th -
omce of the Together with the Improvements
t taken up and matting laid. Leave company In the Thiesen I .
Howard Council No. 1 and Bethlehem Building In the and the hereditaments and appunances
frdrs st Watson. Parker Reese cO"'.. cltyof Pensacola Florida on
WORDS MAKE ONE
:: Wesley Duncan. TseptJ. Council No. :2!, Independent Order SIX ORDINARY LINE. on the 8th day of January A. D. 1907. thervjnto belonging or in any *
at 10 o'clock Peed l at cost; of p. "
appertaining.
a a. m., for the of
Sons purpose
and Daughters of St. Luke
, : H. -PORTER saUmakcr 711 South I lot acting upon a resolution to increase the chaser. Scott M. Loftin, Master
: Palafor street. Orders taken for tents, 2nd and 4th Wednesday nights o. capital stock from $240.00000 .to $750- dec6oaw-iW
awnings camp stools and housa cots. I of each month at their hall on Tarragona 00000. H. H. Boyer, Vice-PresMent
etc. Prices reasonable. Sljao between Intendencia and Ro- '" 6decoaw4w CREW NOTICE.

>, 5-SHIP "DLERS-McKhwe OJrtins'ft 1'jmana streets. D. Howard F. C. 11.. MASTER'S SALE. Neither the Captain. Own1> I
of the Br
: Co.. wholesale and retail ship crand- ,. Rev. C. H Jones Seer.. No. 1 Frank .' By virtue of a decree rendered 6y Hon. nor steamship Consignees Daybreak. wU, be
SeTS and grocers. Only first-class house Scott. F. a H. Stella Dawson Secy- Francis B. Carter. Judge of the Circuit A responsible for debts "
.cf kind In city. Fair price* to all. 0.:1. : novlOlmpdSend ( ., Court ot Escambia County Florida on tracted by the crew of J
;- the 24th day of October A. D. 1906. in.. vesseL LOW. Capta:, '
; JJILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP Wil. the case of Newman
Gotdrtog against
W. S. KEYSER CO-, Consignee.CREW
lie Mlms Proprietor. Furniture repairing F' James Wells and Mary E. Wells his I
c of edn kinds, carpets laid furni in orders now wife I will on Monda', the seventh day
Lure shipping. Phone 63. your of January A. D.. 1W. sell at public NOTICE.
iNext to Tampa landing. 22aprtlJL ]for extra copies of.The. outcry for cash before the county court :Neither the Captain Ow: 5
Jour- .
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bouse door In the city of Peosacola. Flor nor Consignees of
.ALn.lAN-Ttn. Copper and Sheet nal's big Christmas Edition ida during the legal hours of srJe. the A bark Chas Eadne will isporsible -
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Iron Worker: cornice work and skylights following described property situate, lying for debts contrby ,J
f repairing.a specialty 109 East; roofing Government, guttering and and they will be set aside Rates The rate on a want ad filling the above space is 25 cents first insertionand and being in the city of Century.- the crew of said vesi.
I opera I county of Escambia and State of Flor G. WAAG.
._ Douse fhone 1316.building. Phone 5bO. Residence for you: 5 cents a day for each additional consecutive insertion. Send cash with the ad ida to-wit: Beginning at the southwest A. ZEL1t'i. Captain.
corner of Ceo. Green's lot oa east side Consignee.i .
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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAl;, THURSDAY MORNIN G: DECEMBER 6. 1108. PAGE SEVU... i

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WE HAVE JUST .ENTERED FLORIDA V ; V4'V


Cleared-- NAVAL STORES. The Eastern Companies are making desperate fight to keep the j '
Yesterday.Lord "
m .Stanley. Br ss. :stores Savannah.market Ga.closed Dee.to-day 8.-as The follows naval: State V Mutual V V
Life Insurance
Bremen with
12,800 V Co orGa
square- WW ...........fl..c 85WO .
300) round bales cotton. ............;.",.....,.......... 75
1% A drink that means LJuis. Nor bk, Lopez. 750, N....................................( J5 V from doing the business of the considers
cia. with 139.204 s ft sawn M ...................................$50 south.Vhen one that these Eastern V
t fpew vim. vigor and courv2ge. 873 s It lumber. K ,..................................510 Companies'have owned the of the South \
Keeps alive the fire Mermerus: Rus ship, ;; before I ................................ 4 40 practically insurance for over 40 years
for Buenos Ayres- with 1.05S. H ..........................4 10 to'420 and received from that .
cf youth and gives ber. 'O ...........................SSOto400F' source :
"happy" feeling ..........................ISOto3SS OVER FIFTY V
that VESSELS IN H ..........................3 90 te3SS MILLIONS OF PREMIUMS EVERY YEAR,
of bygone t Stoamsmps.Alfred n D ...............,..................3 SOC
V St. Vincent Uenzele to IL.Ger Baara S9. & ...........i......................3.W we can understand how keenly they feel the turning of the tide by V

days.A Boltenhall.. Br as. Spirits Turpentine 66% cents. THESE K
PREMIUMS STAYING SOUTH
FOR
REINVESTMENTS.
pure bghV ; men to Gulf Transit Co. PensacoU Cotton Market. ,

grade article I pico Cayo to Largo Gulf! Transit Br ES, Co.Davey :: :: when, The are following furnished Pensacola by S. P.cotton O'Conor quotations &- :. Whence, THE STATE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., of Ga., in h

that is enor- Iluelva HeUmgburg to Hyer Swed Bros..., ; Jack's Co.rJi: :O. B. cotton brokers the beginning of this year gave out our ESTIMATE of business we expected Vt > 1

mously popular. Hornburg. Ger as. Good middling ................ pensacol"I' to do for 1906 told that it would business V
Rotterdam to the W. S. : : Strict middling ............... : we were require a equal to ONE of i 9:
Baybreak. Br !s. Lo \'. : too,if Middling ...................... the "Big Three and that it out of that
ALL GOODV Ayres to the W. S. Keyser was reason to say a young IVJ
Strict low middling ................. 9%
Ida hpan BS, Arano 2160, Low ... .......... ... > SOUTHERN
DEALERSSELL middling j 4 I Company would do such a business. We have not only done
Gulf Transit Co. .:.:.:.::..: i
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good
F IT. Lord Stanley Br ss :: Cotton Futures. more in Alabama in 1906 than of them issue ind 1905 but t
St. Vincent to Gulf Transit J New Odeans. Dec. 6.Cotton anyone .
Ship here opened quiet and steady: Dt>('em MORE THAN ALL OF THE BIG THREE TOGETHER Vas
i un & B" Avanti. Nor ship. bid; January 10,43. to 1045! ; future"l V
don to order. j 10.48 to 1050; March 10.51 bid; will be the following which is taken from the "Alabama
Atlantafc Ferreira, Port ship. Barros 5A. 10.57 to 10.59; May 1087 to IOCS seen by Insurance : J fl
c to master. 10.72 to 1074 July 1077 bid. "
; of 1906
Harbinger. Rus ship 1399. Co. II I Report ; V .
to master. V
Ingrid. Nor ship. Dannell. I New York Dc6 Call Money..Money on call was V MUTUAL LIFE OF NEW YORK I. . .$3,499,262 V

; werp Lena.to Mc Ital K.ship Oertlng Tassara.& Co., loaned ket at 11 at o'clock 18 per to-day.cent in the stock mar- NEW YORK LIFE . . . .. . 2,463,769 f4; -
EL-i to order. i
Vuaranteed Barks. New Orleans is celebrated for its V EQUITABLE LIFE ; . u. .. . 1,632,969 .
Afredo. Uruguayan bk. :

rca and Drugs under Act.the Nati6nal Pure Montevideo Alfhlld. Swed to II bk.li. V coffee.from New Jackson Orleans.Square Try is it.the If coffee not Combined total of "J1ig.hree' . .$7,596,000 V j 4V

ban Andrea.to master.Nor hI;:. Quale, { satisfied your grocer will refund its Business written in Alabama during the TEN MONTHS of 1906 by the V
I I cost.
Just Received. JIl.\stE'r.C. B. Whidden. Er bk. 6I l "STATE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., of Ga. .$7,613,750 V

, Imported;. Pickles.:MacaronI.Saner Kraut.Sweet Mackerel.Oil. Cheeses.Cod La Palmas to Southern V A GREAT BEER HOUSE. This shows that we have written more business in TEN :MONTHS of + ,

F Bread'"i. Pigs French Feet. Spanish Onions. Pilot Co.Campbell.. ->or bk. I I 1906 than the "Big Three' combined issued during theTWELVE MONTHS of '' 1 V
Navy Bread. Everything: Stavanger to McK. Oerting 3I.nieh Owns the Oldest and Largest
'eeh and new. Charles Racine Nor bk,
Witch Hazel. Jl.00 per gallon. Genoa to master. I Saloon IB the World. 1905.: V

Marine Grocery Company.V. Fleetwood Chacma to Nor oraer.bk, : The the Hofbrauhaus oldest and largest Munich saloon la perhaps fn. DOES THIS NOT SHOW'THAT WE'ARE DOING THE LIFE V INSUR- :
J. VIDAL.
Manaae. Her Nor
ford. bk. Jensen. '
to order. V ,, the world owned by the king of Bavaria ANCE BUSINESS OF THE SOUTH '

to Ileimdal.order Nor bk. and patronized by an average of and that there must be something about that V
particularly good our policies en-
On ,
Humberlo. Span. bk. 1111 12,000 customers a day. holidays
The Escambia1ys.ter vana to ordrIngebiorg the number often runs up to 15.000 and ables us to do such a tremendous business in the face of the concentrated fire i
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Nor bk. Eld.
don to order. V V 16,000. Nothing to drink is sold but made on us byall companies, the Eastern Companies in particular? t 1Ire :
Isabel Browne. Rus bk. brewed at the royal brewery.
: beer
Hun Kink to Oscar master.II. Nor bk. which was started by King Ludwig \ are writing the cleanest, broadest, fairest Annual Dividend policies V '

Rosario to A' lixnOI1Sen. Severe in 1255. The present Hofbrau- that can be found ; and they contain larger GUARANTEED LOANS and --
Depothas Lilla. Nor bX hanS was built In 1044 and the bee
to order. CASH VALUES than any other policy sold in the South.It 3-
Lluia. Uruguayan bk. was brewed on the spot until 1878

vana Ljsgllnt.to order.Nor bk. Hansen. when the brewery was moved into the will be to your interest to give one of our agents thirty minutes of your 1'

mund to McK. Oerting & country to less expensive quarters. time. ( V
just received 100 barrels Maria. Ger bk. French. There are seats for 1. 00 customers V
Lynn to master. ASSETS MORE THAN DOUBLE OUR LIABILITIES. V b
OUR
Apalachicola oysters. Will Marina Madre. Ital bk plain wooden benches without backs >*1 1ii

Bell for the next three daysat London 1468 Negpore.: Genoa to A.Nor Zehus.Olivari. to bk.order.. beside covers. plain In the wooden garden or tables court without are 100 VIVIAN H. MARSHALL, 212-213-214 City Bank, Mobile, Alabama. ;' !

45c hundred.C. barrels Mt _' '. whichare GENERAL AGENT FOR WEST FLORIDA AND SOUTHERN ALABAMA. '
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per Ital bk. Costa empty beer on (
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derOphelia used for tables. Th. steins, whichare -- -- .
Nor
bk. Larsson :
V Blanca to Gulf Transit! Co. of very heavy and hold a quart of ? 'i :
TABARRAS Tallas. Nor bk. Johnson lead- beer, are piled up in stacks before the V
mouth. to A. Zellus.
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Robert Scraftoi Nor bk, '!!! bar on the floor in the morning where DIRECTORY : J
664. Barbadoes to they remain until they are used. V
BAYIEN[ & INTENDENCIA STS. Co I .
Superb. Nor bK Ulleh late When a customer wanta beer be

PHONE 1210 to A. Zelius & Co. picks out a stein'takes It to one of the Successful Business Men PROFESSIONAL. k4 iW. i\\

nlero Uniac.to master.Port bk. Cachin,' : told basins of running water which line the .J

Schooners. of walls and washes it himself. Then he B. BARTON, :. t r-i

SCARRITT MORENO.SAFES Doris, Am scb Eastman tot- carries it to the counter and hands it .
At Law. i4a
Attorney 1
to J. A. Merritt & Co). : i
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Donna Christina'Am sen. over,to the bartender, who fills it with Offices-Fisher Building Palafoz itrt.t. : V
Agent for Diebold canton.Safe OMo.! and Lock Co.. Belize to master. to beer from the barrel. The price is 6 Take Advantageof i Will practice in aU the state and United ;; t'
Barken tines. .
States Courts.
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Office and Salesroom-20 E. Gov. St. Beatrice. Ital bktn.' cents a stein sad theprofits support i Twenty-three years' experience. 'I
master run the hospitals of the city although the I V !i I t .c
Thyra, Dan"bktn, thus king could claim them If he desired to I *>V
T. G. YATES M. D. :
Florida and Alabama badoes to order. I do so, as the brewery and the Hofbrau- the facilities for doing business affordedby I --. ,

In Praise cf Ch to him by Inheritance.- I Optician. ''fl: .
hans belong the, First National. The payment of bills, .f \
LAND COMPANY Remedy. Chicago Record-Herald. 306 Thiesen 1 ;
: Building.
There is no other estate I transferof money, etc, can be quickly made I .. :,. ,.
factured that has -. Twenty years' experience ss an Eye .- V
Manufacturers ol praise and so many Committee.'l by r Am Art .A.eed.te. when deposits are made here, and a check Specialist Examination fre*> 'V .
and Dealers In i Edward Rosewater. founder and editor I:
gratitude as drawn on us instead of payment in cash. '
LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES -4
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of the Omaha Bee, had a sincere
Remedy. It is effective
AND KILN.DRIED SAP. relief follows its use. .. hove of art. He bated pictures that in- We furnish neat check books, pocket or I L. C. PHILLIPS, Ph. M. 4j

V ents everywhere do not the 'dlcated scamped work, so' called impressionistic desk size and will be pleased to have your R \. !
HECKS'CAPUDINE testify to its merits for f ec and 2. pictures that were merely I Homeopathic. i I e
small.
how )
others. It is a certain rough and hurried sketches and 89 deposit, no matter V I PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.V I 1 \

and will prevent the called portraits that bore no likeness to Office and Residents, 12 N. Palafox.HoursStolla.m.ito5p.m.. -:; : ". ,

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v1 1fl IOILDlTILTCURU4AL6:1 at the first appearance of their originals. A young painter showed I .
Phone 69.
It is ;l 'Vt 4
: especially adapted .
HEADACHES Mr. Rosewater one day a portrait of j
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as it is pleasant to take lots .

Bmb COLDS I nothing injurious. Mr.. A. of lot a mutual friend.V Smith FIRST NATIONAL BANK Frederick Ausfed.! F. M. Blount. i r '
That a portrait of the editor
, la 6 toll Hours phreys a well known Co,. AUSFIELD & BLOUNT V I
Tr I ..Ut hhlnl clerk in the store of Mr. Beach exclaimed. "I'd never have known t. : j: f ,

Alice Cape Colony. It-" OF PENSACOLA. FLA. Architects
says: **I have used Co.. "Oh," the artist exclaimed 1 didn't 312-314 Brent BidsPensacola -. 43 Mona BWflMontgomery ., i'l ,j
Cough Remedy to ward Beach I tried Fla. Ala. j 1 ,
likeness, know.
GULF CITY COFFEE CO. try for a you of the United States.W. 1 '
Designated Deooaitary -
cclds in ray family... I Co., ,for an effect-an effect In grays." WM. A. BORMANS j :*
H. P. CHIPMAN. Manager. very satisfactory. and It : and "I know a man in New York" said l ,

Roasters, Blenders and Shippers of pleasure to recommend it. Mr. Rosewater. "who had his portrait H. Knowles President. W. K. Hyer VIce-President aDd'CuhIer.. Architect and Superintendent V : :
by all druggists. Co., It cost him Thos. W. Brent, Ass't Cashier. W. N. Roberts. Ass't Cashier. Office-305 Brent BlIlIlIln;. I ; : I it
4000. ,
Fine CoffeesCUR Beach painted last year. Director -F. C.Brent W.A.. Blount, W. IL Knowles, W. K. H7U.Jr.. Phone 823. Pensacola Fb. :' V
The climax of a good and he was very proud of It When It D. G. Brent. V .; '

COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL I of Jackson Square .Coffee.; Co.and I came home be showed it to his cook. SECRET SOCIETIES. j

GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL.! grocer for a free sample. $7000. "'Well, Mary,' he said, 'how do you -- 4Pensacola

west like this portrait?' PaN5ACOLAODGNU.L j c. I

I The Sultan's' 5$560 N,. *'Sure, sir,' said the cook It's lovely. Lodge No. t, K. of P. ... if
An ambassador of a.well divine.' meets every Monday evening at 7:30 s "i
T. L. It's beautifuL It's JOHN PFEIFFER AMUUM Cnhbr
V C.W,LAMAR,President o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall V
i ropean monarch was -The friend V.E.CUJII.VIc.Prcsidellt: sad Cashlet J.AK08EW8.AMiiUrt Cubar *,
Coal and \Wood J 'And of course, said my 'you over Pou's stable. West Intendenci St. : oj
streets of Constantinople .. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. -i V ,. t;
eouth- know.who It is? fc. IL DENNAHD, C. a V
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the sultan's carriages Tp 1 ."Ob, of course I do, sir,' said the THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK H. HORSLER. K. of R. & 5. :- l'- f

We deliver Ice. Coal. Charcoal and Ing it was guarded his' '- cook. "Of course of coarse.' As she -I f'j",' V 5
Wood anywhere in the city. We can the better of him, and known spoke! she kept drawing nearer to the DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA. : V
supply in or JVSJC014 n*. Naomi Lodge. No. 10. Daughters of '. ;
you any quantity and our riage reached him be 32, and .
service is always picture studying It more more Rebecca, meets every Monday night atC .,.
jrompt.Steamtand enough to peep in at t c closely. 'Of course, sir,' she said. 'If s Opera House Building. V o'clock In L O. 0. F. halL VUittetf .7 V !
Domestic Coal. lIe was surprised and I slaters cordially Invited to be present. V t
Wood Cut you or the mistreu..oo-Bu1ralo En- DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. MRS J. T. PULLIAM. N. O.JIKS. t
Any Size. ceive a blow In the :face quirer. DESIGNATED HATTIE NEVILLE. Sec. :
V
tendant in charge. Mad STOCK J200.000. SURPLUS $60.000. tf t
E. G. SEWALL I CAPITAL RATHBONE LODGE NO. 30. s .
demanded audience of the
I A Royal Leek.UIa. Rathbone Lodge. No. SO. Koljrhts *tPythias t
Phone. 614363. 25 N. Tarragona St. sultan listened attentively Louis XVL had a passIon for the DIRECTORS. meets every Thursday night at ,

moment appeared lost in. I II it you! locksmith's V trade and it is said that Henry .L. Covlngton Frank Reilly. 1". E. Brawner. and Castle visiting Hall. brethren Members cordially of sister Invited lodges '.' ft,

I last he spoke: "ily .flear; j the t; over hIs} private library be had a fprge, J. d. Pfeiffer W. S, Rosasco. C. W. Lamar, to attend. J. 1C. ROPER. C. C. V,
gone carefully into the i iI the, two anvils and a vast number of iron ran Dunwody, T. F. McGourln, J. R. Saunders C. J. LEVET. K R. A 8. 'V {

I YOURGROCERHASff I exactly how It stands. I : tools. together with all kinds of locks. A. M. A try,' W. ". Milton, 0. E. Maura, M E. B. A. No. II. meets first and J.

I! course a geatleman.. I once. common: as well as those of a secret W. L. Cawthon Dr. W. J. Hannah, "'cKenzleOertlog third JVi1 sday creninrs at T.30 p. nv, ,V '
j Alex McGovvtn. C. M- Covlngton M- E. Clark. ', No. 10, West IntendencUtrect V
Ask him to send you would never have and elaborate variety. It was here A. O. FELL, Pitt. 4

breach of good manners. : I that Use king would conceal himself IttJ: (i1tiiittIi&1CrTtt: silt-Ct, ttad SJ' (he Jur. Pm lpartmeat J. a. SWEE 'EY, Secy- V ,:

loge to hue taken pla e. I from the queen and the court to file :is connection: Icr lie convenience; of customers. '1'
I pENSACOLALODONO.4 i.O.O.Y. _
! 'JacksonSquare" attendant: could possibly' I II : And forge with the infamous: Gamin. Interest Paid on Tim Deposits, Pensacola Lodge No. 4. t O. O. F, r" I
I yon. The whole affa.fr. se i it :and I vho: taught hm! the art of lockmaklng. Four percent meets every Thursday evening at '1." .1;:,.
hall Belmont! and : .
I at the new on BaT' ,
product of your fancy' also i It is said that Gmln while teachingthe streets. Visiting brethren cordially In. t':4.\.
miss V Sick I king his trade took upon himselfthe vited. B. R. WITKOVSKT N. aA. t;.. I
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I it"A ,j tone and authority of a master I_ KERliE SecretaryW. : l

I Kaffir'8to";: I i and, according to this same master, THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK O W -a :. I-.

This Kaffir story Is:true; ; the king was good, forbearing timid, Live Oak Camp No 1. W. O. W* .
Zulu-Kaffir was"heard re inquisitive and addicted to sleep. Louis PENSACOLAA meets In Pythian baU the let and SHWednesdays !'. '
(Java Blend.) in each month. YlsiUng '
other Kaflir a vision of : Lad also n great passion for timepieces.and Ilvereigna cordially inTfted. ; i. V
he General Banking Business. Conducted on a Safe and Conservative F.A.BOGIUCHC.O.V
had
had a dream. .& the difficulty which he found In ; i
Basis. LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.
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COFFEE any Kaffirs there?" i adjusting his clocks and watches Is '" "'i .
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er. The teller cf the i I said! to have drawn from him the reSection Correspondence Solicited--R. M. Bushnell. Cashier. The celebrated Frencn drip coffe., V"r" -

awhile and then "No" that it was absurd of him to Jackson Square. No premiums. SoM ; t

This Coffee Blended to I did not look Into the! al attempt to bring men to anything like strictly on its merits. Ask for It M ": ,. i

Suit You. uniformity of belief in matters of faith your grocers. .
R. M. CART. J. W. DORP. W. H. QUTNA. tJ .
of his REESE.
make two J S.
If It does not please you return Resolutions of or 'when he couldn't any V Preeidt'nt Mce-Preeident. Cashier. Assistant-Cashier. Joppa Lodge No. 8. I. O. O. F. .11;' I
agree with each other. Jorpa Lodge.No. *. L O O F., meet* ,: t ;
it to your grocer. Your Whereas, The Great Ruler. timepieces THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA.CAPITAL every Tuesday evening at 7:30 O'clock alRaSord 'iN .
verse has nt to '' "' V
seen
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money refunded. Every can Hall Corner Baylen and BelmonlSis. :
guaranteed by us. world Brother Chas. }I. V E.camba! Lodge No. IS, F. & A. M. 100000. SURPLUS_' AND UNDIVIDED... PROFITS 125,000.DRECTORS .' Visiting brethren cordially invited. V r
Whereas Brother Chas. : communication! of Ls- '
Special V a L. siiiiii. N. a. I
a good citizen consistent: cambia Lodge No. I;. F. 8 A. J J. HOOTOK. R. M. CART I.. J. REEVEs! C. L. W1LKIX8. Secretary. { ; r.V'V J.r' .
a fraternal worker\ and loyal de 4 M. will be held Friday evening. W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. J. S. REESE W. DeC. KESSLEn.:
Importers Coffee Co. ResoUed That in the Oeoember 7th. at 7 30 o'clock. A General, Banking Business Transacted and Accounts Solicited. ; Ships' Plsburse- __ :
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Chas. M Coston the Work In the E. A. degree.VIsitlng V menta given Spcclsl AUentlon.R. ,1 : : .
fered a great loes the brethren fraternally invitf'od.' V : t
Limited. fraternalism will miss Co D. B&TER. BIDS WANTED I : ; :
chair In our order will W. G. DAILET. W. M. V'
New Orleans, La. vacant. Be it further SecretarY..ADMINISTRATOR'S. .-1.. CARY President JNO. B. MASSEY S.cretary.c&iw I and will! Ix received until December 1*, ; 1. V V
Resolved. That this lodge at noon. for repairing and moving 4 '.
condolence and sympathy to NOTICE. ck CO. house from lot II Commissioner's street 1 ct
family that a copy hereof Notice is hereby given to creditors legatees Wooisey. to lot 4, Broadway, and out V
The framed and sent them a distributees and all other persons house from Commissioner's streeC: No li .''.
Lewis Retail Dealer in Steam,
Bear Co. the city press and a 114 I having claims or demands against theestate Domestic and and Blacksmith to No. 15 on the same street The spe) ; -
Anthracite f
aside in the minute book an. I of Mary Bauer deceased to nrc- Palsfox St. Telephone 93. .. CO A cisl conditions can be seen at the offlcl :.. g
the undersigned within Office: 43 8. V
lutions therein engrossed.R :sent the some to of McKenzie Oerting St. Co., Pensacola.and 1-. ..
Pensacola Fla.DISTRIBUTERS.. and Gonzalez I ,
November Corner Tarragona >
this date. Yard:
V L. two (J) years from G. R. Wilkins Warrington. Rightto !
and 372.
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M. a 1. 1946. C. F. BAtEEB. Streets. Yard phones reject any and all MdB Is reserved : V
:2: J V O. G. Administrator cum testsmento covlos-wlw annex P, J. ilcKENZffi OCBTUf, VV '
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ordinance providing for the
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,: CITY COUNCIL CONSIDERS sale of. $450,000 .worth of Improvementbonds. BOOKS

Alderman Maura introduced an or-

i Our Clothes dinance giving to the Standard Oil

( I MANY IMPORTANT MATTERSTo Co. the Passed right to Safety construct Ordinance.The a spur. track.

ordinance compelling the I* & Christmas I have Books several: hundred ChI en'.

j N. to place flagmen at the corner of
For erty was undesirable. It was far and streets and Imported Rag. Muslin
Tarragona and
Young Zarragossa Linen
Issue and Offer For Sale away from the city hall, with no at the corner of Hayne and Wright printed In colors, and J.rom IS to booV.i?.
water for stock, and the location very] streets was read the second and third These can be n

$450,000 Worth of Improvement undesirable. : I times and passed, Alderman D'Alem Rosebud Stories, Nursery Stori s. .
In addition the city owned prop > berte, Renshaw and Yonge voting In lea of Jesus Mother Goose Chrfst."T'(-
tYiX Men Bonds. much more desirable for such the negative. Each explained his Token. Pansies for Thongb*" Good C' I

poses, which could be used willingness to support the. measure ISC-Affection's Tribute, Bible Promises, -i

the expenditure of this sum but for the fact that they thought it

2 when called upon to name some useless to place a flagman at the corner Child's Delight series, 19 and 15c.Den .
: NOTICE GIVEN OF INTRODUCTIONOF the porperty the mayor referred and Tarragona
are distinctly of Zarragossa glow's Picture Book
for
young the vacant south of CJ !drl
space ,
ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING streets. Tom Thumb A. B. c., Humpty
I L"men's clothes Theyare Michael's cemetery and also to The Street Railway. One Ring Circus. Mother Hubbard Durn"l, jV-w:

of original ISSUANCE-COLORED WOMEN property. The matter of the ordinance granting ,and the Beanstalk. too, House that j....:.5
design
Alderman Built, Three Bears, Red
D'Alemberte stated new I Riding Hvn'
the right to A. A. Eicson and
and with workmanship PETITION BODY TO STOP SALE something should be done at once others to construct a street railway, Lamb Five ,Little etc. at Pigs.iSe to Mary JL25.had a LIt:

; : superior to the made-to- OF INTOXICANTS TO MINORS. I other, parties were seeking the sold .' Q. was discussed, 'coming up on a communication I Banbury Cross Bo
II erty and .that it could be from Judge Avery, stating Peep, Ediths Pb
r1 I than to ture Land Holly Tree, Wee books, O-.T
more the
tailormade city had agreed -
measure gar that the applicant would have been Syllable Books lOc to S3c
for It.
4 &t ment. wantable .I I able here but was prevented ou. accountof
Every
: f < Many matters of importance were i Alderman Yonge said it was sickness. The council decided to Louisa M. Alcott Books at from nic

I 1' style, and at prices anywhere discussed and acted upon at the adjourned question of buying property, but of allow the matter to rest until next book to $10 per set. r*
it had not been
meeting of the City Council paid for. Wednesday. Laura E. Bichards works. Pej '
from $10 to $35. : le. R'ta
,
I The mayor then stated that I Quarters. Three Margarets, etc, $L1.
last night principal of which was the! of Temporary
Board Works
; Christmas gifts of wearing I would probably The Board of Publlc Works reported A large assortment of
I determination of the council to issue a report to the council at its One-SrlIabe: ma.
apparel are always and sell improvement bonds to the meeting, and.with this the that temporary quarters could be secured tories, at 'j5c.

x F1 appreciated. sum of $150,000; the report of the was dropped. land for use as building a city hall Just south and jail of Stock and prices the same as i:1 Xor.
in the two story them Department
Stores.
} . The Bond Trustees.
Bond Trustees submitting the con- Chairman Green of the Bond the Plaza, in the rear of the store of I -

tracts of T.. Chalkley Hatton as engineer tees submitted a contract pro- H. Muller, and also the building at I

I of street. paving, and Ausfeld & the city and T. Chalkley Hatton de- the corner of Jefferson and Zarragossa HARRY T. ROWLAND,

Blount as architects and superintendents engineer of the paving work. streets, adjoining the present build- Manager, De Luna
THE of the new city jail building; provided that the engineer inn. Action was deferred .until the Book Store,

the passage of the ordinace for the I I furnish all superintendents and next meeting. De Luna S1., Phone 1WL

protection of pedestrians crossing and establish widths and grades To Investigate Property._
gj y JOHN WHITE STORE railroad tracks on certain streets; do all other necessary work, and Alderman Cahn introduced by request -
the receiving of a petition from color- these services he is to receive a resolution relating to the en-
ed women of the city requesting the sum of :3 per cent of the cost of croachment of some lots on :Main OPRAllOUTHE
SPECIALISTS IN MEN'S'AND
c I council to stop the sale of Intoxicantsto lug grading and curbing. street near Donelson street. It was

BOYS' WEAR. minors of their race, and the determination The contract was approved and referred to the committee on Public

Phone 225.. 205-207 S. Palafox. of the body to take imme- mayor instructed to execute the Ways and Parks and the city attorney
diate steps in the premises. Chairman Green also submitted to be reported upon'at the next meetIng ACROBATIC WONDER

Those present when the meeting contract between the city and : of the council.
-- I convened were Mayor: Bliss, and Al- feld & Blount architects for Colored Women Protest. Mr. Ben Dunham

-- i dermen Cahn, Christie, D'Alemberte, I,new city jail, and for : A petition was read to the council
Maura, :McHugh Muldon, Renshaw I same during building coming"from the executive committeeof I:. ..-' Assisted ErMrs "
DEPOT LOAN OFFICE. Reilly an |
the Bond Trustees; Chairman In- 3% per cent for services as 1 cieties. In which they protested to the Dunham and V/iUio

;. All kinds of repairing done on \Vatches, Clocks graham of the Board of Safety. The I tects and 1'* per cent for :! council the action of saloons In selling Farine
wines and beers to minor of their ,
lengthy minutes of the previous meeting
tending construction.- .
I
Guns, Pistols. Highest price paid for old gold. Money were read and approved. I The contract was approved and I color. The petition stated that it is of. Pensacola.

loaned on personal property. We handle all kinds of Communications from the Mayor. I mayor directed to execute same. I with a frequent occurrence to. see minors
Under the head of communicationsfrom money with buckets either coming from or
r Payment of Inspectors.
I Jewelry, both new and second-hand. Don't forget. the mayor the latter in- I Chairman Green then brought going to saloons, and in many,.instances -
formed the council that the the I Fla. this is done by order of the par-
I THE WATCHMAKER ordinance I payment of inspectors of
E Clement t ents, and led to the children becoming DECEMBER 10 IS08.
providing for the widening age work and asked that some I i ,
106 East Wright Streit.J. t. of barrooms when
of sidewalks on certain portions vision be made by the council to frequenters
of Garden street, had been lost. them, but it was the 'sense of is they became older. It Is the custom,

... .................................................. The original ordinance which was board that if possible the payment said the petition, for the children to MANY NEW FEATURES TO BE
4 passed was the only copy, and therefore -'made out of some other fund than and pass untensils for beer through win-.
:: it would be necessary to pass an-: bond money. It had already to dows or doors and not go inside of saloons INTRODUCED.

other ordinance. The communicationwas i found, he said that there would I which is forbidden by law, and
j A SURE CURE FOR COLD i I filed. II( be sufficient funds and it was !: of the requested that the council take some Prices-25c, 50c and 75c.

: Another communication from the I necessary to cut out .a large of the steps in the premises.The I -

i li I mayor was on the pay of inspectors of the area of the storm sewerage news petition caused much comment I
ROOMS : of the sewerage work, and he conI -!I number of streets having been doing among the councilmen, and every al- ONE NIGHT ONLY!
: I tended that the sums should be paid' riorman- nresent--- tnvn-reA-- talrino--- stone: I FRIDAY DECEHBER 7.
I
i I
I out of the bond money and not the out.Alderman Tonge said it was Cairn to eradicate the eviL Alderman I j

: general fund. It was received and evident that the funds available saying D'Alemberte said that It was not only s .

S i Put a gas heater in them-$1.50, $3.25 or $10. fled with the understanding that the the sale of bonds, were not going ar the custom among the colored I IN ,f
Ifopn-I
but also
i bond trustees would report upon the te sufficient to properly that lation among some of I
sewer
: + Turn a valve, scratch a match and the fire's made. + matter later in the meeting.The city, and moved that the city pay here. whites, to. send their children

: the for hall Finance Committee. inspectors for period of same saloons. 1'
Just thing bath a
room dining _
room or
Some of the aldermen styled the
: Chairman Reilly of the finance a tef
: committee -| months and that by :that date
I '
bedroom. reported upon the bill of City would be known whether it could | here, present conditions as disgraceful anda
& Engineer Thornton for $HO for carried further.. of ar reflection upon the city.
suri i( :
Alderman Muldon moved that the
veying implements necessary to carry!I Alderman Maura moved that done
Board of Public Safety be instructed to
on the duties of surveyor of the city.:. matter be referred tQ the _
i It, was recommended that the bill be'' committee, except 'that portion present a written report to the council 0
Pensacola Gas I
Company paid but the committee reported unfavorably -', due inspectors;'which is [ was next Wednesday night upon the sub-
upon the bill of the city] The motion carried.To [ would ject. This motion was carried and
: Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Streat. t engineer for traveling expenses in was of also one calling for the appointmentof '

...................................f.... .......... I making the purchase. The report ol[( Sell More Bonds. a committee of three to confer with
I Chairman Green then reported the city attorney in reference to
the committee was adopted. or
the Bond Trustees had the laws and In
Those City Lots. I requested in amending liquor reference -

:- JUST RECEIVED I Large stock of well-selected Jewelry, Chairman Reilly then inquired of! city attorney to draw up an on'Q[ to licenses. The mayor appointed .
Watches, ance providing for the issuance ,i Alderman Maura, Muldon and
Silver the
Novelties and Sliver mayor regarding the payment of
bonds follows For Cahn the committee. ; ; 'I
as : sewerage upon
Plated ware. Call and get prices before buying. $3,200 for some lots purchased by the I drainage $100,000; for paving Recorder Laney sent a communication ,
city from Hooton & Watson and
Brent Building. otherwise improving streets, $ re to the council stating that recently .
J. F. DAVIS ;
Jeweler. wanted to know why the payment had S. ", it I
for purchase or_construction of : a collision occurred between a
not been made as the council had. in-
structed. works, ?Z5Uuw. The report
__
-
. KNOWLES BROS. The mayor replied that appropriations filed.The Bond Trustees Pensacola. Fla-, November 21, 1906. 1
VIOLATION OF THEARBITRATION according to the opinion of the were City of Pensacola:
; Insurance. city attorney, must be made by ordi- to proceed to advertise for bids the provisions of Section 86 of the Charter,.!
nance, and this had not been done in the erection of the new city jail. my report for the fiscal year ending September Sale of seats to.day. Prices 25 cent
; FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT, MARINE. Chairman Green stated that he to $1.50.
u ACT the present case. Furthermore the and Disbursements.
General Agents of mayor informed the council, the law paid the sewerage inspectors $ 30. 1905 ............. $ 04339
ii .. The EquitableLIFE and asked to be reimbursed, as follows:
provided that property must be purchased was ordered done out of. the .............................$ 26,676 88 SATURDAY, DEC. 8th
ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF NEW by the Board of Public Works, ........................... 16,477 95
j YORK. CHARGED AGAINST L. & N. CHIEF with the consent of the mayor and already appropriated. There was ........._..........?..... 110.40545 Jil/ESHIJIW'
309 South Palafox council.In money available for this purpose ............................ 4.521 22
j Street. TRAIN DISPATCHER, WHO IS the chairman of the board in order ........................ 4,720 32 PRESENTSPAUL
this he contiued the
ease, prop- New ..
the had their Bonds, unearned. 3,661 65
F UNDER ARREST. out pay of his men personal paid funds. ............................. 4.KS 98- 4171,32045 : !

ORDER YOUR $100 REWARD, $100. Board of Safety. ............................. 9179.36384- .
Fruit Cake and The readers of this paper will be Chairman Ingraham of the Board : : '
Pound Cake The Mobile Item of pleased to learn that there is at least ............................ 14,169 00
! from yesterday says: oae dreaded disease that science hasbeen Safety reported upon the ...............u........... 4.600 no
T. J. Ferris, chief train dispatcherof able to cure in all its stages. and in his department during the ............................ 1,142 M JIMOE
CHRIS PFEIFFER the Louisville and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is month. Also a recommendation & Trust Ox, for Coupons
Nashville Railroad the only positive cure now known to the Officer Etheridge be paid for 30 ............................ 607 50
On East Hill. Company, was arrested last medical fraternity. Catarrh being con- ............................ 12,795 00
night at Flomaton stitutional disease requires a constitu- time, lost on account of injuries ...-................._.... 64 M
Fruit Cake 30 cents per pound. Ala., by Deputy tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is ceived during the storm. The ....................... 824 11
Pound Cake 30 Cents per pound. .-United States Marshal J. H. Gates taken internally acting directly/ upon the was referred to the finance ..............*............. 500 00
and blood and mucous surfaces of the system tee, together with the : ............................ 3,762 69
-' [. brought to this city. He was thereby ddestroying the foundation of the ............................. 122,101 53-$165,56698
taken before the clerk of the United disease. and giving the patient strengthby of the board that eight new fire .

States court and made bond for his building up the constitution and assisting tinguishers he purchased at a cost 30 1906 ............... $ 13,79686
nature In doing its work. The $200 for the fire department. Bonded Debt.
appearance.
proprietors have so much faith in Its The of : at C per cent. .............. $240,00000
OURDRESS I The arrest was made on an indict- curative powers that they offer One Hun- petition a large number 1936, at 434 per cent. .....
ment from the United States grand dred Dollars for any case that It falls residents requesting that the 300,00000

jury charging Ferris with violation of Uo cure. Send for list of testimonials. pipe on North Hill be condemned ......................... $540,00000
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo,
that portion of the interstate com Ohio. I the company be compelled to of Floating Debt.

:! merce !<>w known as the "arbitration Sold by all DrugRtsts. ';5c.. It. was read. It came from the .......................Sept......$30, 190 485.50 Sept.$ 30 25450 1905.
act Take Halls Family Pills for constipation of Safety without
otherwise discriminating againstan ....... 4.23335:
employe. II and was referred back for a ..................-. 4,60000 4,25335 9,20000
mendation. Alderman Cahn said ..... 1,78143 152
: It is alleged that Farris while acting .0
SHIRTS ............. 7000
in the above capacity dischargeda did not see the necessiyt of -

telegraph operator who is alleged any action when the board had ............................"$ 11,12028 $-13,92595-- -
: to have been a member of the'Orderof no recommendation. of Expense

The fit of a shirt ,I Railway Telegraphers. Two cases Printing and Publishing. .....................125,50600
similar to the above have been in the Under the heading of. printing ................. 29,41367
counts most when a man courts at Birmingham and Montgom. publishing Chairman Cahn of ............................ 1,67412

4 | wears evening dress- ery. The case will be hrard at this committee submitted a report : ....................... 1,125 1,10000 00 See Hear the the great Glee boat Club.race
term of court which it was recommended that Prices-25, 60, 75, $1 and $1.50.
i and our' excellent dress after the printing of the city be ............ 2,069 00-.$ 60.83779 .

I j shirts are appreciated I l King of All Cough Medicines. vided as near equally as ........................ 11,15311 -_ --- '
Mr. E. G. Ca!e, a mail carrier of between the two of the ...... 26.53871
| in proportion. You 'Canton Center. Conn.. who has been Alderman papers .................-... 4,53129 $4222311 AT THE
t : Renshaw wished to .............................
13,93340
1 | should see those we in the U. S. Service for about sixteen how it could be divided. Once ........... .a 7,22336
years, sayse have tried many he said. this had been attempted 't-

; : J otTer at cough medicines for croup but Cham- had proven very- unsatisfactory. ............................. $124.26768
J Ji berlain's Cough Remedy is king of all Chairman Cahn said it could Revenue. RINKTHURSDAY
-;: is estimated as follows
and one to be relied upon every time. I I done by the mayor clerk or .............................;.$ 13,79686<
i ii : ONE DOLLAR. We also find it the best remedy for troller. He said he thought the : ...................$ 38470 .
"coughs and colds giving certain results ing should be divided as both ................!.. 2,026 352,411 05-$ 11,325 gj

F I fects."and leaving no bad after ef. GET 'THE FIRST PICKof were working for the upbuilding .................:............ S 25.000 00
For sale all NIGHT
by druggists. Pensacola. and ,
; Ve that was the : ... -
\ believe they're the 16 000 00
*
the committee had made its report .' -
best in 'I the new lot of Shoes just received. this form.Alderman. ] : ...................;......... BOOQ m
! town for the AUCTION SALE.On The indications are that there's goingto Muldon. also of the .............................. .: 135.965 2,500 12 00 DECEMBER 6.

money-same with our December will 10. 1JOS.! at 12 o'clock be a big rush for our new arrivals mittee, said he signed the report .............................
! $12.50 and $15 suits. rec;; t sell Court at public House outcry at Pensacola in front, I so you had better call early to make I! the reason that It had been I .............................. 9,94354 Dress Night.

; Give half a dozen shirts !SFlau.about for one tb hundred benefit and of nftr all lon thousand med. I your selections. They are composed ;, to fore the customary newspaper to that give was the on ,I ..submitted............ Fancy
superficial feet of picked of Jas. A. Banister. "Walk-Over. W. L.
up lumber lost
for that Christmas ,from alongside' I winning side in campaigns and CEO. T.
the
gift. British MORGAN.
.; :.Tugela., on the nleht of September steamship:Sth. Douglas Shoes, from $%.50:to $6.00. I was time this was stoPDed.I I r _ Comptroller All skaters will appear infancy
and now pOd on the beach near Perdldo I {Upon motion of Alderman I I
i wharf. particulars will be given "the dress. Grand race be'
(upon application to 1C Baars & Co., recommendation of the I j I train and a street and
car. that while -
,,Agents. W. F. WILLIAMS, ,tee was adopted. ordi- the emploY of both )tween fast skaters. Posithily -

'H. Auctioneer. Board cf Works. I:|: I found to be at fault, there companies was no were or i only those in fancy dr .
0. Chairman
: ANSON MEETING. White & Nix Zelius of the Board !i on I I I dinance covering such matters and
Pensacola Lodge: F. &. A. M. Works. submitted ,a report of for .. they could not be punished. I permitted to skate. La-
He
; Regular communication Thurs- work done by his department In read t re-'
CASH CLOTH1EH, A o'clock.day December 6, at 7:30 report it was stated that three >i re ji jii ]II acted.quested that proper legislation be en- 'in fancy dress admitted irle
Visiting brethren fraternally
animals had I I
been
Invited.B. OUTFITTERS placed at ., Alderman
J Ccrcer Filifci and Main. I M. SOLOMOX. Pond. Alderman Mjldon ]\r I II t'he would at Cahn the gave notice that
next
T. E. HARVEY. Sec. arose and objectedjtp any more j that j' meeting Introduce
... w. 11. ')I an ordinance covering the de :
t Ton Jtauvx Worth or Tour Monej lick.:4i animals or tine-beiDg placed I Intro-'I sired .DOints. Bruce Skating Rink


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