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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 7, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
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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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VOL IX No 2 88.

PENSACOLA FLORIDA. FRIDAY MORNING DECEMBER 7, 1906. PRICE 5 CENTS ; '
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SOMPERS[ ADD N ANTI-PILOTAGE BILL IS ; WILL INVESTIGATE< THE DEFENSE[ PCSTS P t




DEFEATED IN THE HOUSE DISCHARGE OF SOLDIERS
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SNIP SUBSIDY 1

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Senate Calls Upon the President 1

CHARGED WITH HOLDING After a Bitter !Fight, Roll [EXPLOSION INSHOEFACTORY

rill Probably Demand to Be and Secretary of l'
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Call Shows Majority of CASE t. ,

Heard on Attitude of WHITE: MAN AS A SLAVEFive 54 Against Measure. War Information. 'L\ I


Labor Towards the k

Asks Specifically Regarding Only Seven Witnesses Were F

Measure. Indictments Returned At Jacksonville Against Great Victory'Won by _
Capt.
Orders Given Major Heard in the United

O'Hara and S. S. Schwarz, a New York O'Brien of Pilots' As- Large' Building Shattered

Penrose. States Court Yesterday i *
Federation of Labor Has i
Labor Agent. sociation. and Many Destroyed in


Adopted Resolutions'De. Fire That Followed.AT i
ACTION FOLLOWED A DEBATE OF if
I I By Associated Press. be proven that f a man is held for '

nouncing It. Jacksonville, Doc. 6.-The federal debt. AFTER FOUR HOURS DEBATE, TWO HOURS; THE PRINCIPAL ,
I grand I Four indictments Gallagher 1 Concludes Testi t
returned
jury today returned an indict- were LEAST TWELVE PEOPLE IN- I
DURING WHICH SPEAKERS
ment under section 5525 R. S. charg-.. charging peonage and one charging AND SPEAKERS BEING SENATORS

ADVOCATES OF BILL IN SENATE ing F. J. O'Hara with carrying a conspiracy with others to hold a man MEMBERS OPENLY LOBBIED ON JURED WHEN BOILERS OF CARTER, FORAKER AND CUL- mony and Other Defen -t
in slavery were returned against ,
HAVE SERVED NOTICE THAT white man from Jacksonville with in- O'Hara. THE FLOOR, FRIENDS OF PILOTS HARNEY SHOE MANUFACTURING BERSON-POWER OF THE PRES- dants Take Stand. *f
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tent to hold him as a slave. Among the alleged conspirators Indicted P ; K
UNLESS SOMETHING IS DONE Under this indictment the government is S. S. Schwarz, the New York FORCED THE BILL TO A VOTE. CO., OF LYNN, MASS., IDENT QUESTIONED. :

I I need only to prove that the man labor agent who sent the man here. BURST-FINANCIAL LOSS IS
FOR MERCHANT MARINE THE was held at labor against his will. The man held in alleged slavery is SEVERAL IMPORTANT WIT. r '

RIVERS AND HARBORS BILL I Under a peonage indictment it must Francz Mebel, a German Jew. Special to The Journal. NEARLY HALF A MILLION.By By Associated Press. .
Washington, Dec. 6.-After a bitter NESSES WILL BE CALLED ON jj y I i
Washington, Dec. 6.-The senate today ;, ij r
fight in the house
to-day Representative ,
WILL BE OPPOSED.By ,
Associated Press. adopted the Penrose resolution re- BEHALF OF THE GOVERNMENT I < '
ing compulsory Littlefield's piloting(Maine) in bill southern abolish- Lynn Mass, Dec. 6.-The boilersof questing tile president to send information ', siTODAYPROSECUTION :, J

Will GIVE E lOW lEFT BABY WITH waters was defeated by a vote of 110 the P. F.. Harney: .Shoe Manufacturing regarding the discharge of the APPARENTLY f ,
William Wolff Smith. to 164. By the defeat Captain O'Brienof Company of this city blew up this negro Twenty-fifth infantry and also PLEASED WITH TESTIMONY r';; ,
the National Pilots Association, morning and at least twelve peopleare the Foraker resolution directing the t 'ti
Washington, Dec 6.-It Is considered of to send all Informa- ; '
won the greatest victory for the reported injured. secretary war OF GALLAGHER. I( r-It
very likely that Samuel Gompers, American Pilots that was ever The explosion, besides shatteringthe tion in the possession of his department \ j
President of the American Federation. on the same subject. Both of '
RAilROAD A COlORED achieved In congress. big four-story factory of the Barney I' t'
of Labor, will demand that before the I' The house leadership, to oblige Lit Company,.wrecked several building the resolutions carried the identical Late yesterday afternoon, after : j i

ship subsidy bill is reported out of I' tlefield, decided to put his bill abol- near by in the crowded manu- amendment offered by Mr. Culberson hearing the evidence of six witnesses ; ,,' ; .
the House Committee on Merchant facturing district. A heavy southwest asking specifically for the orders giv- .
ishing compulsory pilotage, to a vote defense in the case of W. S. Harlan. f; I
Marine, he shall be heard on the attitude and the speakers and members con- gale soon drove the flames beyondthe en to Major Penrose, commanding the Robert Gallagher, et aL charged with, : "' ..,.f,
of labor toward the measure., nected with the house organization control of the local fire depart- battalion, directing him not to surren- conspiracy to commit peonage, rest ." l
He has zealously opposed the ship, RAT[ NURSE openly lobbied on the floor. After ment, and help was called from Boston der to the Texas authorities certain ed its case for the time being and .. ,,I It' )1.,f

subsidy, bill on the ground that it cre- four hours debate the friends of the .- In an hour's time two acres in troops demanded. .' :
i, -s a naval reserve and the sailors pilots succeeded in getting a roll call the West Lynn district had been The action followed a debate of two ; ;-

,. this reserve an annual allowance and the bill was deafeated by a vote burned, ruining the premises of more I I hours which developed along two I 1,
from the government as members of of 110 to 164. than half a dozen large business lines, one as to the propriety cf: asking ;
C' the naval reserve makes no dif- To Pensacola on the Occasion Taken to Orphan's This section 'will! be construed gen- firms, mostly shoe manufacturers, de- th'e president for information or .; i t
f,'n nee to him. Income erally as a victory for Samuel Gom- stroying twelve dwellings Charles directing the secretary of war to fur- '; 1 f'l ,

I nder his leadership the Federa- of the Mardi Gras By Citizens and pers of the American Federation of street, principally occupied by colored nish It and the other the indulgence '";: 11tt" '," ,
+'nu of Labor adopted resolutions denouncing Labor, but everybody gives O'Brien people. i.by I a few senators in comment r\ the

the bill, at its recent annual Celebration.A Afterwards Adopted. I cerdit for finally settling the questionin The explosion occurred Just as the![:merits of the case.
ceeting. but to offset this the Merchant congress by a test vote. This is factory operatives were assemblingfor The principal speakers were Senators txA .. ,, =11yy
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Marine League of the United i the first time in ten years that the their day's work. j'I Carter, Foraker and Cnlberson i' ''., dt
states! which has thousands of mem- I measure was brought to vote in the The devastated portion in West and also Senator Penrose who discussed I'f
;;ru! in all parts of the country, has low round trip rate will be given II I After remaining with a colored house. Lynn borders on Charles and Alley the actual occurrences allegedat :
nurse at her home Brownsville. The right of the president 4- : :
communicated, with many labor orntzations to Pensacola on the occasion of the for ten days a two- streets. Doctors and ambulanceswere '
year-old baby girl, who was left by RESULT CHARGED TOfEDERATION to dismiss the men from the : t
asking their endorse- coming Mardi Gras celebration, andIt i hurried to the scene from west
!tent I: of the bill. Consequently, is expected that its mother with the nurse has been OF LABOR.By parts of the city, but with so widea army is involved. Mr. Foraker claimed : 'f t
announcement will i adopted that if the could dismiss tne '
by parties out of the city. president
;;.ni> the Federation in convention territory suddenly stricken the '
be made at an early date The Associated Press he had the _same right to i
of the same parties adopting the child secured company ,
: :aiunced the bill, thousands of sub- Washington. D c. C.-ihe. house, bya work of aiding and collecting the r'
by the Southeastern Tariff I it from the Pearl Eagan Or- dismiss a brigade or the entire army. ,
!: late af- Associa- for positive
: : organization, although vote of 110 to 164, to-day defeated wounded and hunting t
phan Home, where it j
:::';led with the Federation of Labor, tion.The i by citizens. had been sent Littlefield's bill, removing discrimina- dead was necessarily hampered.The I,' ;9r '
.Tft come out in favor of the bilL date to Pensacola and return tions against American sailing ves- first firms to be burned out or ',-
"":ese resolutions were sent to upon this occasion will be the same as II Inga1.ong About ten days since citizens pass- .sels In the coast trvfr?. wrecked by the explosion; were: COAL PRODUCERS ,. "'
ftver' Cannon: and when the houseI offered to New Orleans; Mobile and I Tarragona street noticed tt t The bill Is commonly known as the 'P. J/Haniey Shoe Company: 1: :i
LaRnatstreets
near the corner of Hayne and
I -loned for the session presented other: cities where similar attractionsoccur I : anti-compulsory pilotage oil and has Tufts & Friedman Shoe Company.H. LARGE fUEL USERS !
a pretty baby who ;
'ft UM consideration of the Commit- and will be about one and a i girt was been the subject of many hearingsand P. Hood Creamery. -
Merchant: Marine ,about three third fare for the round trip. j I apparently ored people'residing being cared there.for by the Several col-' excited great interest throughout Boston & Maine West Lynn rail- :>,{-, t
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!i t wands such petitions. As he gets Not only the Louisville & Nashville I and ). the lake and ocean shipping sec- road station. ... ,
,days passed they still noticed the OVER SIX MILLION TONS OF ANTHRACITE a
:: ::1 fifty or one hundred a day the Railroad will! make this rate to Pen 1 i i child there and finally they made In-I'tions of the country. The debate lasted Jacobs Leather Stock Company.

:"ends of the subsidy bill believe: sacola upon this occasion, but all i J i quiries of the colored woman regarding ;four and a half hours and the resultis M. J. Worthey Shoe Company. A YEAR BURNEDAT :'
:'-' the subordinate organizations of roads coming under the jurisdiction of i'' the child and were told that tlVi' openly charged to the American Twelve dwellings.The H f /.

-, Federation of Labor do not agrees the Southeastern Tariff Association.I mother bad placed the 'baby in her 1 Federation of Labor. force of the explosion burst MINES IN PENNSYL- OSCAR SANCOR. -,,; f'

s ,' the action of the convention. Division Passenger Agent Lurton was ''custody until she called for it, agree- The house adjourned at five clock the four machinery loaded floors of Naval Stores Clerk and Interpreter, '. I. '( E i

Umough no one can accuse "Uncle recently in receipt of a letter from ing to pay 30 cents per day for its and war claims will be taken up -to the Harney factory, and lifted the VANIA. Who is One of the Defendant .
Jo( of being especially friendly to the association upon the subject, and I I I board. The mother had not returned morrow. roof. The wreckage spread outward p
th:. Mibsidy bill he must have had a expects soon to receive official notification and she was still caring for the child. shattering the walls of nearby structures .r: :tone f
f, :'jug: :: of natural satisfaction in pre- that the association has ordered I The authorities then and aMmg the spread of the Special t3 The.journal. 3 t
if" :+ns these communications from the rate upon all roads in its police were notified flames, despite the heavy storm of New York Dec. Anthracite coal witness was called and beard on 'I
and made inquiries for the GREAT LOSS 1 I
producers of Pennsylvania are shownto behalf of the Several '
In government
:arIJr started
organizations. The republican territory. snow and sleet that early
mother but she could not be located .
be among the largest cons\'ners of important witnesses will be called on '; 4 4' ti', :
:h d"T i !' of the house, especially ther and finally citizens sent the baby to the day. In a brief space of time ; I f
station of the Boston coal in the last report of the Pennsylvania behalf of the ,government to-day and :.1 i .
etc.: -r have been roundly dear the West Lynn
the Pearl Home to be
SIXTH VICTIM Eagan Orphan of Mines. At some .r
'm" ed by Mr. Gompers who sought cared for until arrangementscould AT CLifTON and Maine railroad was on fire. Department the defense will probably call threeor '
some where a vast quantity of : ; ,
of the mines four before concluding. t I
wide
rr how that they had been inimical Unchecked by the gap occupied '
be made. In the meantime the
'o !labor The fact that thousands of OF ASSASSINSBy police continued to search for the by"the railroad tracks, the flames water has to be pumped twentyfiveper used The first witness yesterday was ; 'r --
is
1.;k ." unions have repudiated Gom .mother, but being unable to locate reached structures on the other side, cent of the coal produced with whichto Robert Gallagher, woods superinten .;" ;,

*,' position on the ship subsidy I her the infant was finaly adopted by licking up first the leather stock factory for steam and heat Steam and slope engines dent for the Jackson Lumber Co., who : lot t'
:'1 st>ms to indicate that when heen'rs Associated Press. .a couple residing outside the city, Town Is So Badly Damaged of the Jacobs company and then operate shaft engines was placed upon the stand to conclude ; t
Vicksburg Dec G.-The murder of must be forced through more ,
(the field of politics and legis- and now has a good home. sweeping through the district coverect : and his direct examination. The t'
! i<'n he does not command the Benjamin H. Smith by an unknown That It May Never Be by small wooden tenements. The !than 100 miles of steam pipe; direct examination was concluded by 7 ; ,
t:11T..d support of the Federation. person in his home at Luna Ark., financial loss will be'about 150000. .In order to operate the machinery required ten o'clock and from that hour until ..i1J; :
last makes the sixth assassination I In anthracite mining, 460,218 '
night BON I APPEARS noon Mr. Gallagher underwent a rlgl-l I
TH in Rebuilt.
the
ben ship subsidy advocates in the past few days in this vi- GAS EXPLOSIONIN horse power had to be produced l\ cross-examination at the hands of t
tp must feel confident of
.ii.
very All northern The steam in 1905. '
cinity. were men. District Attorney W. B Sheppard.
t"r: position, for Senator Gallinger, last victim was formerly of Philadel- DEPUTIES LEAVE Ey Associated Press. LOCAL MINE For all these purposes the anthra- '(-
v r"o nad charge of the measure in and There is no Solomonville, Ariz. Dec. 6.-Late cite companies of Pennsylvania used While the evidence given by Mr ',,. ,
wealthy.
phia was -- '
h, details of the Clifton flood disaster coal and Gallagher on cross examination diet : t ,
body has practically served direct clue but suspicion points to a 6> Associated P'ess. last year 6,359,280 tons of -', t. i-
ic> on Representative Burton, of who is being hunted. By Associated Press indicate the most deplorable condition Wilkesbarre, Dec. 6,-A gas explosion paid a coal bill amounting to several differ materially from that given on ,' i
U.:' negro now Paris, Dec. 6.-A remarkable the inhabitants and tremendousloss direct examination a number o'f. .'
Chairman of the Committee onFirers scene among in the Baltimore mine of the Par- hundred thousand dollars. The least r )
and Harbors, that those who ASKS followed the interpretation of the gov- of property. Practically! : every rish Coal Company; near here today valuable coal was used at the,mines, points were brought out that directly ',N1., I
c. seeking liberal appropriations for PATRICK t I ernment's position on the Moroccan building in the town was damagedand killed two men and injured five oth- and of course transportation was controverted the statements of other J- f' 7 I

:'t. improvement of rivers and hari i FOR PARDONBy question in the chamber of deputies many were swept away. It is be: ers. It is reported that five other saved or this item which Is small in witnesses on behalf of defense, and > l; : t
)TS i may as well understand that un A today by M. Jaures, the socialist lieved that many persons in the Mexican men are in the mine and a rescuing comparison with many others which i both District Attorney Sheppard and : ;

3s something is done for the Associated Press. leader. Count Boni de Castellane, quarters were drowned of whomno party is still searching for them. make up the cost of anthracite production his associate, R. Pope Reese seemed :f' (
lant marine, their hopes will mt'r-I gaudily attired his hands in his pock- record remains. The damage runs would have been much larger. highly pleased with the result ,
Dec. 6.-It stated
'1' blasted He takes the positon I New York. that Albert was T. Patrick ets, unexpectedly ascended the tribune into the hundreds of thousands of dollars WILL ADMIT SHIPMENTSOF The case of John Malone colored, .. M '
last
here night
ist it Is folly for the government to who is under sentence of deathin whereupon half the deputies abruptlyleft and the town may never be rebuilt AMERICAN PORKBy 'SIX-YEAR TERM who was fired at by Gallagher, was .\1""
end annually the chamber.NOMINATION touched and In this connection -- ., .. f
great of
sums upon ;
money [ Sins;: Sing Prison for the murder of Associated Press FOR PRESIDENT '
' improve our harbors for the bene-II Wm. }I. Rice, the Texas capitalist, OF SQUIRES Paris, Dec. 6.-Foreign Minister Pi- I Mr. Sheppard remarked: ', ; I ;t -
!t primarily of foreign shipping it OPPORTUNITIESOF chon to-day notified American Ambassador is good old Irish ,
had secretly prepared an application Associated Prei "Malone a name _
CONFIRMED BY SENATEBy I By
t"' cost millions of dollars, for In.: to Gov. Higgins for a pardon. According McCormick that pending settlement Washington Dec. 6.-A term of six :Mr. Gallagher. Isn't Malone an Irish- I '"

!!'nce to make a forty foot harbor, to reports Patrick turned Associated Press.: of the questions that have I' for the president ,and vice man" ., <' ? 1
!'or Kew York when there is no Am'r-I from his attitude of resolute refusalto Washington Dec. 6.-The nomination OF THE amen owing to the elimination of years president of the United States "Yes. replied Gallagher, "but he Is '(. !
!ran i vessel afloat which can not enter microscopic examination of Amer-i'I Cullom In one"Throughout i '
seek mercy only after pleading ly of Hobart G. Squires, of New the was proposed by Senator a smoked t ,
"
I foot harbor. lean port for export under the new introduced today the time be was on the : \,,',
his wife and other relatives. Patrick York, as minister to Panama was con- ja I joint resolution r
S nator Gallinger's positon is en- himself is said to have drawnup firmed by the senate. The senate DISCUSSED BY SETH LOW AT meat Inspection reaalationsship- and providing for an amendment to stand' Mr\ Gallagher evidenced! the c.,
dvl"S, 1 by other Senators who willrrohtbly the application. adjourned until Monday. ments of pork now on their way to the constitution. It also provides that best of good nature and his reads'-' > '
be beard from later He is MONTGOMERY LAST France under thA new regulation! will these officers are not eligible for re Iri h wit kept the attorneys and :':
11' 'mber of the Committee on Comwhlch be admitted without mlscroscoplc ex election. others present In the beet of humor."
>!-r will have charge of the NIGHT.By : '
> amination. Other witnesses heard were Archie
r',... tnd harbor bill when it reaches Jesse and Milton Rawlings Associated Press. 'j YOUNG CRIMINALS TO BE Bellinger, "m,: Harry" Halvwson. Dr. 'G

tla nate. as Is also Senator Frye. Dec. 6.-Seth Low, Pleased With Report. #' SENT TO REFORMATORY W. E. Grace Oscar Sandor, Dr. Tram-
>f M\\tlni': who has for Montgomery, London Dec., 6.-operators on the ; lattera
; the
many years York ad- mell and Will T. Sheehan
New in an
of
h'.r'" ',- 'rested In the devlopment of I Have Escaped the Gallows former mayor Commercial Club tonight stock exchange;!; were favorably impressed -I 1 By Associated Press. Ter- special correspondent of the Montgomery ors
dress to the Dec 6.-Governor
''h the report of the secretary -, Atlanta, Ga..
h 'r pant marine. These two of the South." by directing .Advertiser who visited the t
spoke on "Opportunities issued a proclamation '
('ml"' of the United States treasury.rell to-day ; : '
with the other stalwart of the Jackson Lumber Co.. 1
I He declared that his observation of the state that camps
r-l"Iul;- ". the merchant marine, can I By Associated Press. I proved of this action. showed the crying need In this sectionof Mr. Shaw, and accepted It as proof the all judges under sixteen shortly after the preliminary bearing ;' I i e

1'1I"l1rI'h.".. do as they please with the Atlanta, Dec 6.-The death sen- The boys were convicted of participation more rural and agricultural schools. that something will be done to relieve hereafter persons who are convicted of of the charge of peonage again Y
.. of a
.inrt arbor bill in case thef tences in the murder of the financial situation and pre years age Grace and Sandor, and :
., on Jesse and Milton Rawlins Willie and He declared tta: time had come when crime shall be sent to the state re- Gallagher .
.
,hmld slaughter the ship subs' the execution of which were set for Carrie Carter near Valdosta nearly national aid should be extended to vent pxcesive! monetary stringency. in Baldwin county, in accordance wrote a lenrthy article relative to
formatory
s' ', favorably
tomorrow at Valdosta Ga. were com- eighteen months ago, for which murder '- the states to exterminate Illiteracy. American securities were with the terms of the law. conditions there. 6
ft I!, an Interesting fact that the muted to life imprisonment to-day by their father J. G. Rawlins and affected The, high priced Issues which the institution was esrtab- "Big Harry" when he testified at
.
t1r. '1' v of Alf Moore showed a rise of one point over parity,by trial. denied having! held anyone -
increased appropriation the Georgia pardon board. It is expected the regro were hanged 01 lashed the first
fJr 1"\\\ tml harbors arc allied with that Governor Terrell has ap Tuesday DO NOT FAVOR before noon.Control. J while a beating was being admin I' '
Ps. .
lf admitted baring
a merchant marine; Mr. istered. but yesterday "
p} ,.
Goulder. of Cleveland. is held a man In the_ harness shed '

f.n.!':rSlf1I'nl of both the Merchant Ma- Gillette Not Yet Sentenced l METRIC SYSTEM of Panama Railroad at the camp while the latter WM : I {

i; eague and of the Rivers and praying.
I: v-s ingress the latter meeting. I PreM. Court adjourned until 9-30 OCIOCK ::-tq '

:: "i ie! week It is likely the two for Murder of Grace Brown New York By Associated Dec. 6.-In a general, Discussed by Senator Morgan this morning when it Is probable that -- '''p:',itiotu! will work harmoniously I following the presentationof ) Sheehan will be recalled for farther

t.r"r"n' ting their mutual interests 1 discussion on the subject of weightsand cross! examination. I t.. ,
a paper
i Congress. by Henry P. Towne, In i By Associated Press. railroad under control of the commis-
By Associated Press. There are numerous rumors that I measures the American Society Washington Dec. 6-Senator Morgan sion although, with the control the Given the Red Hat i
Tulane Withdraws. I Herkimer, N. Y., Dec 6.-Chester Gillette has been heard to make' the convention Mechanical of Engineers todaya I to-day addressed the senate on president exercised over the commission I Rome I>>c. f-At the \n.lgtO'Y I r
\,\f Orleans not sentenced today.He of I he said wild I held' to-day In place of the public consistory -
: ? Dec. 6.- Tulane Uni E. Gillette, was that the ,the resolution giving the Panama Canal "tny arrogant man
kind of was pres-
opinion : .
Dvitti' last night by a vote of its ath- was taken Into court but counsel some a confession that he majority be Commission control of the Panama who happens to be president can do prevo! t jT r' Dn-d. Cardinal
ftir I association withdrew from the had been unable'to prepare a motionfor killed Grace Brown. Some of the reports ent system should not supplantedby railroad. Mr. Morgan called the Panama the country Incalculable InJury. camassa. archbJ!!bop! of Pt Sieonla, to' M t
Important
*athern Intercollegiate Athletic As- a sew: trial which It was desired say that the officials overhearda the metric system.that the change reasons -.I road a "legal fiction or artifice to Mr. Morgan spoke for nearly two ,Hnneary who ws present. alt! onrisuTerins

:Mtaton: : The position was takenr to enter before the sentence was confession to his lawyer and others advanced were and disturb relieve the country of a respoiIbiltiy hours. He did not believe he said, : from nin-%. ret h.-d the ', rred
nvt t' association enforces many passed. The case was therefore sojourned that he told a visitor that he struck would disrupt business foot of land, between i as a common carrier." that the canal could be constructed in hV The pontiT nwo-Txiw-d S' 4 ; i
titles to every '
ecsswhich check the growth of ath- until ten o'clock Monday the girL Nobody connected with the the the Atlantic and the Pacific. I Mr. Morgan advocated putting the. twenty: -five years. bishops.T'
': south morning., case will confirm the reports.

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;[' EruptionsThe PYTHIAN Will I Danderine, NEW 'OFFICERS Schnapps, ,Tobacco is Hade ENTHELY from Hue Cured


BREW THIS HAIR Tobacco Grown in the Piedmont Country.


f of pimples only and way other to get eruptions rid lEAVE FORCENTURY I 'And we can CHOSEN BYINO1 The Imitation Brands Have Schnapps

is to cleanse the blood, PROVE IT Outsidej
-a Only On the
improve the digestion stimulate Quality;

I the kidneys liver and I 1M-
Of the
30 Plug
skin. The medicine to take is 1 I II I H.,
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Hood'sSarsaparillaWhich o i 'I --. Hundreds of imitation brands are claimed to be "just as good" as

has,cored: thousands. Expected That Fully One : 'H\ i 3: Rathbofie Lodge, Held Inter-!I on sale that look like Schnapps to- Schnapps, but there is only one gen

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uine Be
': -_ : : : : :_ : = : Hundrd Will Make the esting Session and Election bacco. The outside of the imitation Schnapps. sure letterson

zo is flue cured the sameas the and stamped on the
plugs tobacco tag, plug<
Trip on Special Train. I I
ArtEmbroidery II! :. Last Night.New .
:C \\, Schnapps, but the i inside is filled under the tag spell SOHNAPPSand

:: Opening. I From the present cutlook the Lumber -I 1'1I \ (:) officers were-chosen last night I I I with cheap,flimsy, heavily sweetenedair then you have it-the most

- All the ladies who are Interestedin of Pythians le.aing hero to-I 4 by Rathbone )Lodge No. 30. Kn'ghta! ol cured tobacco. One chew of ,wholesome tobacco produced, with
night for Century will be larger wan .
dainty novelties for ChrMmas that I Iythid, \>hen a large cumber cl members -] tobacco just enough sweetening to
accompanying any previous ex- I will satisfy hunger preserve
will be than delightedwith Schnapps
gifts more ( of that order gathered in the i]I
cuision made by mongers of that or- MiSS EELMA hASSEL,
those to he displayed by :Mrs.: I castle hall and in one of j chews of such to- the mild juicy stimulating quality of
\ d ll this tr t' ()n. The! occasioi i a 2723 N. 42d Ccurt. CH;cagoDindenue participated I! longer than two
IL V Kendall Monday I *c. 3. 1 L *..: produ'-es and mstrtz'ns: for the the most Interesting meetings of the:
ct me-jtm; of the Knights of the leaf tobacco. Expert tests
at her store 34 South Palar L All \ Pjthias of th.j; ->c"tion of the t1zc.which ; .I Scalp animaL a stats:Its ot hra-fi: auJ aCLnfly fr abort, tho I year. The officers chosen for the ensuing i bacco. The color, size and shapeof prove

cordially ImiteJ.New goods 1\1 has: seen (:.alKl) by Distn-i; and Tery tnv'gorat'Dg:srptii-jatoc! to both tins t:bcJlnf wi>aJra3 coollag added dally m Deputy Grand Clianrf'Jor! Scott 31Lcftin. : ItsbcftimuuifroTs tl Je TNt it.* ar> C. C.-Elmer 3 ay. tags,
It I H eo effl'vlous! : that a Sample bcttl V. C.-H. P. I
famous
dupman.
the
who still pitside over thg sssoa certain imitation brands of tobacco Piedmont
: Mrs. H. V. Rendall., W I cioy cases!,be n.fiic'f to pror its P.-A. E. Rice region, requires -
and it is expected that a cum c c virtues. SOW a*all rusguts '.!.loatlon.l! ,
her of proinineii ythans! will f.IJtt'r ?-I 25c., 50G. iau.$1.09 IKT t> il at A_--A._ Anghton. have been made so much like and takes less sweetening than
M. of E.- Arbona.'
Pythians addre on; the?. trip Acccmpanjin will be tin o the>lbrpted ?- K>O W LTO:YDANDHUlSi.;CO..CUcofOkI i i1 K. cf R. &Eusene S. and M. of ..James Schnapps that they have often been any other and has a wholesome,

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senatorial tam, and the even -__---_ --"-1I[Neville I under the belief stimulating satisfying effect
promises to be one of the most interesting M of V,'.-0. J. Levy. I accepted by buyers on

Reasons hei.l in ,enrolVeeks.. At. I..G.-J. D. Kirfe.O i: that they ,were getting Schnapps. chewers.
G.-J. M. Roper.Itepresentatlvcs
!, (.: -V"... for A the special trip,train and this!has been will leave char: U the re J to Grand Lodge; Sufficient proof has been securedto : If the tobacco you are chewing

.... Why union depot to th3 oromptiy: sfler at 7 o'clo"fe, re Thos.Alternates-C.\Vrighton F.and Stewart J. D. Kirk.and E. establish the fact that certain don't satisfy you more than the mere
1 -'- turning: cty the session::

t You can read a man's U The completed lodges nt couprhirg Century. the 1:3fnct COt'SBanks Arbona.Deputy Grand Chancellor-C. F. brands are infringements and in violation habit ,of expectorating, stop fooling

character by the collar arc In the termorr from DeFunsk- : Stewart.Lodge Trustees-James 3!. Johnson, of the trade mark laws, yet the yourself and chew Schnapps tobacco.

f I he wears- to and Pensacola it is anticipated anti rorth that to there Century will E Arbona and Jas. Neville trade will continue to be imposed Schnapps is like the tobacco chewers

Is a I I baa number present from each of the ..............;;..;.....10c to $1.CO Member Building, Committe-Jas. these until the suit formerly bought costing from
; yours odges: outside of Pensacola. Domino .................._...2Se to $1.50, M. Johnson. upon by infringers 750.
Steam Engines ...............25c to 250 Hall Committee-E. Arbona.
\I LION BRAND I Lamar's Lemon Laxative familiar. Toy Stoves ...,..............$1.(CO; to $1.50 already entered and novpending to to $1.00 per pound ; Schnapps is
.................. .
r Toy Pistols
$1.00 to $2 CO
I Cents Each At AllGood Ily known as L. L. L. is a positive and The Be.t. I is decided. A sold at in
I Magic Lanterns .......:,....>Me) to $2.00 protect Schnapps 5oc. per pound, 50. cuts
,
2 for 25 Cents Shops. quick cure for constipation all Foot Ball ......;.... ........11.50 to $3.00 There Is a legend says an English
liver disorders. Rubber Ball .......:.. ....,.50c to $100 I of these imitations are strictly and plugs.
writer, to the effect that after Lord great many IqC. 150.
I Rattles ...................,....I0c to 35c ,
ANNUAL DOLL FAIR. Boxing Gloves, per set......S2.50 to $5.00 Stanley came Into the house of peersa

THE SAND KEYSTATION the The First Ladies Presbyterian Missionary church Society, will of Lord lady Brougham somewhat et a indiscreetly dinner party asked who j R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, WINSTON-SALEM, N. c, I

hold their annual doll fair Dec. 15that was the best speaker In the house of

J.f f READY _Win Johnson's old store, corner lords and that Lord Brougham promptly
Intendencia and Palafox streets, Brent Building. and emphatically answered, "Lord
,
fri-sun. Stanley madam is!! the second best." MANY HEARD

t TO RECEIVE AND TRANSMIT MESSAGES Send in your' orders now Phona 235.. FINE SERMON A GOOD SIDEWALI{

The -- Don't Talk Much to Tour Hone.
for of
extra copies Jour
f: TO AND FROM PASSING A horse 'Who has always been madeto

t',. VESSELS. nal's big Christmas Edition obey quickly will respond to commands -
APPROACHINGFOOTBALL from whereas the DELIVERED AT BAPTIST CHURCH I Gives the most ordinary of sub-
and they will be set aside any one, property an appearance
i creature who has been petted and talk. LAST NIGHT BY EVANGELIST stantial value. A poor one can ruin the effect of the hand-
For you. ed to accords, unless hungry scant attention somest house and grounds. You dont want any ragged
Willis L. Moore chief of the United _ _
;i States weather bureau Has issued the to any one We talk: to horses HAMILTON. ) edges to your property.
Among good sidewalks a well laid concrete is easily
; following circular letter regarding altogether too much, and It is a sIlly one
ELECTION BY OAK best. Lasts longer, costs less for repairs and adds an air of
the transmitting of messages by the and dangerous custom. "Whoa! should
Sand Key station to and from passing mean but one thing and, slip slide or Another large congregation was I solid dignity and worth.
We lay such sidewalks and back every one with our guar-
: vessels: GROVE CIRCLE fall should meet with Instant obedi. present last night at the First Baptist antee. estimate "
May we on yours
"Announcement Is hereby made ence. Not another word should ever church and beard the excellent'sermon '

that the vessel reporting station at GAMEMuch be used, beyond possibly the order to of Rev. Dr. Hamilton who
Sand Key Florida is prepared to
"stand over" In the stall (although even or'mP.e Pensacola Cement Stone
here
transmit and receive messages to and INTERESTING SESSION OF THE e conducting a .series -: Company,
:;, from passing vessels at night by flash that Is best unsaid) except: the "click"of ings, assisted by RPV. l>r. \\akefleld,'
light signals using the Morse code LODGE HELD. YESTERDAY the tongue for Increased speed. The Not,only was tie seivice last nlgatwjtll
r as found In part III. International animal's attention is' kept if you are attended. but yesterday' afternoon ., S. J.: Harvey, Manager. Telephone 1485. i
t: Code of Signals. AFTERNOON.Oak Interest Being TakenIn silent He does'- know what you there was, a fait congregation '
"As this work I Is new to the station will do next, and as be distrust and and at both service- the congregation

T;i It will be necessary for vessel mas- Grove Circle No 4, Woodmenof Game. Between Pen- merely tolerates you, even as be fears showed much :Inters' 1
ten to send slowly, using special care Dr. Hamilton's sermons are both
'
theold.. held an interesting you Ills anxiety I always to find out
in spacing and In giving sufficient and instructive, and it Is
con- sacolas and Athletics. interesting
meeting yesterday afternoon, when officers what you wish done or what more you
tract to the dots and dashes"Send
expected that the congregations will
to sene the ensuing year were will next make.:-'F. M. Ware In Outing Bankrupt Sale
elected follows grow with each service Dr. Wake-
as : Magazine. --
in your orders now Guardian-Soverign Eldridge. \ f feld. who has charge of the choi-,

; for extra copies! of The Journal Adviser-Sovereign L. BoghichHanker tween The the approaehing Pei.sacolas football and Athletics game be-is mdm't KBW lb. Cipher. has that organized adds mucn an to'the excellent interest;chorus in the Dec.

: \ big Christmas Edition Musician--Sovereign Sovereign Rosa Alma Barrow.Gerkins. now the subject of discussion The inability to read a cipher once meetings Monday, 10, at 11 a. m.
wherever crowds of young people cost a notable of France his, bead.
: and the will be set aside I Attendent-Sovereign Carrie Bobe gather especially those who are Interested When the Chevalier de Rohan was in PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
Inner Sentinel-Sovereign :Mary PAZO OINTMENT Is guarantees to All the stock furniture'and fixtures of the
: for jou. Thorn in this sport. The game is to the Bastille his friends, wishing to let car any cure of Itching Blind. Bleeding ,
_ be played on the Palmetto Beach grid- him know that his accomplice had or In 9 to 14 days or
Outer Sentinel-Sovereign Fannie g5ell1w of Hoist
t estate Bros bankrupt at the north-
,, NOTICE. Saunders. Iron on Christmas day and both teams died without confessing passed the money ,
I have moved my office\ to the Brent hard at work each
are now day getting
Manager-Sovereign Elma Rowland. following cipher, written on a shirt, The best for the money-Jackson
,
Building room Is* :Qf, 24 floor. In shape for the big contestThe east of Baylen and streets !
: Mec4t. E. D. BEGGS Clerk-Sovereign: M. B. Olsen. teams to play on this occasionare Into his dungeon: "Mg dulhxecclgu ghj Square Coffee. Put up in air tight corner Zarragossa ,

much heavier than those that have yruj: ; 1m ct nlge alj." The cipher was 1, 2 and 4 pound tins Absolutely Pensacola Fla Each article be sold
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guaranteed to satisfy the most fastidious to
been seen on the local field this s"'\r not a difficult one, being arranged by a sepa-
son and while the players are not now complete transposition of the alphabet taste. For
: FREE DISTRIBUTION In as good condition as the average but De Rohan did not have the clew Send in orders rately., further information, apply to
now
: college players they are working and be puzzled over the meaningless your
towards that end. and expect to be I :words in vain. A solution of the rid- for extra copies of The Jour ALFRED MOOG,

in good form by the day of the game. die meant the guillotine or his free- nal's Christmas Edition
._ The players composing the two big Trustee.
I dom but the puzzle was beyond him,
PENN RHEUMATISM CURE game teams and have some all had of them experience have playedon In the I and he pleaded guilty because he could and they will be set aside

the I not decipher "Le prisonnier est mort; for
big college elevens during past you. rorm one of the requirements of lift
_ _
REMEDIES NOW GOING ON few lacking years with Team both work elevens is,what but the is now interest I I 11 n'a rico dIt"AFTER The Public IB Speculation. C I lean Cloths I s send Yours them will always to be clean II yea

: being taken by the members of I The public as a body never buys any
the teams insures good results withina SICKNESS thing when it if cheap. There are numerous The New Method Laundry

: Prom the following well known druggists-Hannah Bros., Hootons short time. reasons for this. To begin PHONE 1188 E. W. LAWRENCE. Prop. 5c. V U*< Laundry BUj. w R >*'<' .1'

:' Pharmacy. and W. A. D'Alemberte. The EndleM Pr.ce..I... OUR LOCAL DRUGGISTS, W. H. with the point of view of the successful AGENTS WANT &J.

Call at once if you are a sufferer from acute. chronic inflammatory A myriad of men are born. They labor WHITE & CO.. ADVISE PEN speculator and that of the public ----- ------
i or sciatica Rheumatism or Lumbago. and sweat and struggle for bread; trader are entirely different The first ?. +....4.4O.44+.. ...................... .....
they squabble and scold and fight; they SACOLA PEOPLE TO named operates on deductions, on care-

f CAST AWAY ALL HESITATION scramble for little mean advantagesover TAKE VINOL. fully will erected be a theories year-two of yearshence.The what conditions i
each other; age creeps upon them; trader acts IT MAY BE RATHER EARLY i
Infirmities follow; shames and humiliations The one thins; to aid recovery is to unsophisticated upon
Now is your opportunity to test the most reliable and safest remedy bring down their prides and their ; give the patient a blood-building and whatever of the future is already np.parent.
ever made. vanities; those they love are taken strength restoring tonic: one that will It is again a platitude to say

from them and the joy of life Is turned I impart new life and strength to every that Wall street discounts! everything, i TO TALK I 1
I. to aching grief. The burden of pain organ in the bcxly good or bad, but how many people
Closes heavier For this purpose a member of the who mouth this axiom extract its full o.
: Positively Saturday Night. care. misery, grows year by
at length ambition is dead, prideis firm ofV.. H. White & Co., says: meaning? They do not realize! that: this
I year;
dead: ; vanity Is dead; longing for release -! Nothing equals Vlnol" discounting means not the gauging: of i HOLIDAY i
.f We guarantee Penn RheumatIsm Cure will cure all forma of Rheuma- Is in their place. It comes at ; \inol is not a patent medicine, but the known, but of the holly unknown. I GOODS
tism if cural'e.e do to be I a real cod liver preparation which 'who acts the
< not wish understood by thin that we can last-the only unpoisoned gift earth contains besides of iron, The uan today on proba- .
,:. make crooked limbs straight or cure within 24 hours. WE DO CLAIM that peptonate ble conditions of the long. unseen future .
} ever had for them-and they vanish of the medicinal : :
body-building -
every one
: after an experience of over 60f'ar& by eminent physicians In the special J' Is the man who makes money, la
world where they were of noconsequence liver oil. .
f treatment of Rheumatic cases PEXRIIIU YTISM: CURE will help your I from a elements of cod actually other
Wall street or ia enterprisesfor
almost from the beginning of the treatment. but if your case is chronic. I ; where they achieved nothing taken from fresh cods' livers but I any

f t: you must expect to take if for several weeks to get the full results. I, ; where they foolishness.were a mistake There'tbey and a greasy without oil a to drop upset of the the stomach nauseating.and mind that goes; mutter farthest and ahead the man mares! whose the to you, but "forewarned is forearmed," and !
; failure and a
harmless PENN RHEUMATISM, CURE Is an uric acid destroyer. absolute / l left sign that they have ex retard its work. most money, "If I could only see the : a little good advice helps everybody and
t and entirely free from opiates, iodide of potash, or mercury, and I have no\
Vinol is delicious to take, and acts tape a month aheadr! cries the tyro.
Is a strong tonic building up the weak and debilitated Isted-a world which tvlll lament thema : hurts no ,one. i
directly on the stcmcch tones up the There who it a
1" We aro so confident of the great and estimable value of our Rheum day and forget them forever. Then are IDD.nrllen see year '
t ic Cure that we have taken this method of Riving; absolutely free to every another myriad takes their place, and digestive organs, creates a healthy appetite ahead, not' in its flumes and fractions! : If you are thinking of making your hus-

sufferer!' In Pensacola a generous! sample box. amply sufficient for an copies all they dido and goes along the muscle, makes tissue,pure and rich creates red blood strength and bnt In its great and: important entirety. : band, brother, father or sweetheart a Xmas :
honest test. -Thomas Gibson In Moody's Magazlce. -
same profitless road and vanishes as for every in the body.If : present will find :
organ in
t you stock assortment -
This is the opportunity of your life if you are in n 'ed of such" medi- I they vanished-to make room for another I Vinols falls to build up the run _ _ my an
: cine. Do not hesitate to call through any false pride. You are under no and another and a million other |dawn and convalescent. give strength A Quotation. :i of Bath Robes, Fancy and Silk Vests, i it
.
obligation _
whatsoever to purchase .
r one cent worth I If I myriads, to follow the same 'arid.path !to the aged cure stomach troubles A correspondent wrote to a newspa- Patent Leather Shoes, Large stock Hosiery, :
The above mentioned drug stores were crowded all day with sufferers 1 through the same desert and accomplish -j hard colds and banging-on coughs, wg to and :
per ask the author of this couplet: the
: swellest line of Neckwear select
1 1- from rheumatism, lumbago and kidney troubles, all anxioug to test this what the first myriad and all the cheerfully refund every dollar paid( us to
marvelous Kind words heard l'l'h r for IL W. &. Co., | How rrceh tbe fool who has been sent to from :
remedy. wore H. White Drug ,
: on all sides praising the Penn myriads that came after it accomt>Usllednotbing.From Rooe ever seen in the city, to say nothing of
It- Drug Company for their generous roetlwls la giving the people of Pensa Mark Twain's Auto- t ist.. j Excels tho foe who has been kept at the line of t
I clothing I have offer from
, cola such a liberal opportunity to become acquainted. with\, the healing. Review. Note-Whi'e we are sole agents for I home! to at
-f! properties of the famous Penn Rheumatism Curt biography In North American j Vmol in Peiuacola. it 13 now for tale I He had bt.relwritten when he- an- ; $9 to $30, and cravanettes in all grades and :
I' j
t jat the leading store In nearly
People from all walks of life were equally anxious to try the remedy Hasty Coaelusi.a.Tommy ', every town and drug city in the country.[ sweretl hU own query, banns found patterns from $7.50 to $25. :
and It will be
ii only of few days when Pensacola-
a matter a citizens who moment In the t Look for I the,source: of the lines and how he had
paused a i the Viaol agency In your Come and :
have suffered early make selection.
,
;it the tortures of rheumatism be blessing the day' that the i misquoted your
. : them. from CowP'
town. They
are -
;.r proprietors of the Penn Drug Company came to their rescue with their work of demolition. : I
' % preat free and liberal n.scue. All that is asked of you Is to give this reme- This Is angel cake, all rIght" be } s "Progress of Error" and read 'i :
WOMEN
h dy an honest,test as they arc wIlling:: to stand or fall by the results of said. FASTIDIOUS | How ranch a dimes that hath been sent
!::t. this free distribution. You will meet couteona treatment and, H will probably "llow do you knowr asked Johnny. consider Partino Toilet Antiseptic a I taroamExoela i
!t save01.1 years of suffering! AH are welcome rich or poor Yours for "I've found feather t11 1 "-(1h1ea.CO necessity in the hygienic care of the borne* !dune that hath been kept at ,i -, !
JOS.
i-: health Tribune. person and for local treatment of i COLEMAN
feminine ills. As a wash its cleansing ; W. are not sure but that u Is frequently ,
germicidal deodorizing and healing the case with misquotations. :
:\ There are about 185 Inhabited British qualities are extraordinary. For tale] I the popular version la better than the j! Phone 727. 212 S. Palafox i
Penn Co. kIn of whldx .BcoUand: .claims Over .
I Drug Philadelphia Pa &t Druggists. Sample free. Address 'poet's.-Xetr York Tribune. I It I. .
100. The R.; Paxton Co Boston Mass.
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;:! G 6REAT[ T FRAUDS U UIN t w N '





it t: ..r, i;**Z AUSTRALIA I M LADIES' TAILORED SUITS I Im } t


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t: **akw..e Defalcation Two Million Amounting Per AnnumIn To,I m : NO TWO'' ALIKE. m ir


f. i 1 ,i., f, ,

Gold Fields. !I! m! Each one of them. hand tailored. They came to us from II


; -- SYSTEM OF STEALING UNEARTHED .f -- the best manufacturers Ladies' (
Suits the
in
i very country m = F
4 THAT HAD SEEN IN USE'

;i FOR MANY YEARS-GENERAL 'W e cheerfully recommend them to you. Now you have |m 1

i We make a point of these three points in our METHOD ADOPTED BY THOSE i''

I m been waiting for this opportunity. For the next three days fU ;'fl
, .>n'ts;' : Which i is the most important point to you? ENGAGED IN PRACTICE. \ ,


* Todayve arc talking J P. R. I. C. E. Special, *o The Journal. I m we will give 25 per cent discount on them., Think of saving IH ;


4 The quality and the fit are always right, but toi gold Melbourne teems with Dec.instances 6.-The of history colossal of one fourth of the price of a nice suit.

frauds which have defied detection I -
.day the man that takes the price into consideration for years. Even the annals of mining 8ft m'CHILDItEN'S
however, can boast of few Instances il

1 ui'h quality and fit will look at your stock before pur- during the so past striking two as or that three revealed months!I CLOAKS m

the Kalgoorlie field In Western'
on
chasing a Fall Suit. Prices $10 to $35. ; Australia. A special commission was N ,.
,
appointed in July to inquire into the I One-third off the of Child's
4 alleged frauds. It has Just; finished N on price every ftft m x
r its sittings. The evidence points to 8 1
defalcations amounting to no less:: I;
Cloak in store. Every maked in
than $1,500,000 or $2,500,000 per an, our one a Ii
num. Moreover it is clear that the 1
; u'

TAllDARDLOTHinSroTHIESEH(( I system ception;of it fraud has There been is not is in indeed of progress recent reasonto for in- plain figures, and just as represented. They 11-i;


many believe years.that the peculations were m j 3 should sell one-of them by Saturday J- % n.A .

;. THIESEH BUlLDmG\a: i even are now.larger The in the Kalgoorlie old days quartz than they was I every m)

then far richer. There was little supervision -
T :raa #*** a i: H M 1i-i' 1i--$ and a man could take his m night M 1 : :' '
cribbllly home full of rich specimens -
- with little fear of detection. mm
TURTON &. BELL. held many important and responsible Instances are even known of miners i f fj
FHOIOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. positions among them being attorney taking $200 and $300 per week out of
Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateur: general for Louisiana.At the mines right along. In" those

--- the residence of Mr and times it was a common thing for a
Mrs
SPECIAL PRICES IN Colbert Coe on F. St. Mr. Willie miner to spend," Sunday over the his own OfIf WATSON PARKER 6 REESE co. m

CUT GLASS AND HOLIDAY JEWELRYW. Rich quietly an] Miss\ married Brentice Thursday S. Robertswere morn- from private the"dolly stolen separating quartz. It has gold now ,

A. Gahlenbeck, 213 S. Palafol St. ing, Rev. J. W. Senterfltt officiating.Just been proved that similar frauds have .
been going on until the present time; IfM EVERYTHING TO WEAR.* .fd ,_ i
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what you want-Blue Ribbon At the last sitting of the commission
COTTRELL, Lemon and Vanilla. Absolutely pure, Mr. Thomas Maughan, secretary of
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. go twice as far and the "Blue Ribbon the Chamber of :Mines in Kalgoorlic, aa22aaaaa22aaaaaaaa222adEmotional
Pensacola. Fla. Flavor" Is perfection. Ask for the,estimated that 100,000 ounces of gold 222aaaaaa2aa2aa2aaaaaeaaea \ } 1 i
25c size. were stolen annually. Seeing that r ?
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gold is worth nearly twenty dollars "
R. K. WHITE, Send in per ounce some idea of the amount : I.t
Vttchmaker.Muu'acturing'eweler.and Graduate your orders now stolen can be arrived at. I Insanity Will I DEPOT LOANQFFGE.'All }
l plician.30 S. Peialox Street. Pensasola. Fl*. for extra copies of The Jour For a long time there have been rumors .
that the. returns from the Kal- kinds of repairing done on Watches, Clocks, f h i
- -- --------- nal's big Christmas Editionand goorlie field were not above reproach. Be Defense of Mrs. Birdsong Guns, Pistols. Highest price paid for old gold. Money )> .:
they will be set aside But the matter only came before the
C. V. Tai QMPN for West Australian public in July last -- l loaned? on personal property. We handle all kinds of j'R '

you. when the police reports were brought Hazlehurst MIss.. Dec. 6.-Mrs. Angle ible in evidence; also that Dr. Butler's Jewelry, both new .second-hand.. Don't forget. ; : ,
THE STATIONERNo. before the legislative assembly of Birdsong's defense upon the chargeof statement about her character; which :
20 South Palafox St. Are you fond of good coffee! Try the colony. There had been called killing Dr. Thomas Butler will be reached her ears, be admitted as evidence J I F Plpmpnf THE WATCHMAKER e .-t' :, 'h
Holiday goods all fresh and new. Jackson Square, the celebrated French for in consequence of the allegationsof emotional insanity. Her lawyers will bearing on her mental condi- 106 East Wrlgtt Street to t
Bo: Papers, latest styles; Tissue and drip coffee. Leading grocers have it. :Mr.: Scantlebury, a well known attempt to prove that she had suffic- tion. The ruling is regarded as strongly : "
rvjM. Papers. 1, :2: and 4 pound air tight tins. mining journalist an investigation of ient to suffer insanity in that in favor of defense in that the so :
"Yes" Testaments Dooklets, Christ- more than unusual scope. At first; aspersions cause are alleged to, have been called -unwritten law" Justified. her .................................................... ,, 'j
U> 'ards, 1'ostals! Paper Dollies, No\el- I .
i Purges and Hand Bags. French Stag the statements of the editor that at cast on her character by the man she ,act 2 J J
:reltias. Dainty Thermometers for least $5.000.000 had been stolen from killed. Mrs. Birdsong appeared calm at to- OrderChristmas l
..c orat re purpobes. Dime and Penny 1 McKINNONVILLE.Soeelal this district every year appeared too The court to-day, ruled that the condition day's session. Her husband, who has t .;.i" 'fr.
asks, Visiting Cards, Pound Papers, etc. i monstrous to be believed. Directlythe of defendant's mind when she I been Indicted as an accessory, was
- police reports were examined I killed the physician. :would be admiss- with her In court.DElEGATES. Candy i : J 1. 1
however, became clear that frauds 4Ii'
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to The JournaL ; r. i
Tersely Told vi a most: serious description were :. Now! 1 :
McKinnonville, Dec. 6.-Mr. Grahamof .
being perpetrated even if they did i

lions T II the Moore business, of Montgomery visitors in, the Is kin Atmore, of :Mohno, Ala.,Fla.and, were Mr. C.among M. Lar-the not gested reach by Mr.the Scantlebery.sensational limit The gen-sug-I fiRST SERVICE TO 1 i: We will have in the next few days the lar- ; ; I' .*.'

ttv! business callers here Wednesday. eral method adopted has been as follows gest and most complete stock of Ji :
Mr. William Jackson, of Enon, was -
: As a rule the leading spirit
j
Arthur Kelly, who has been ill here Saturday calls himself an assayer and carrieson ..1 HOLIDAY CANDIES. &1 J ;
*iih typhoid fever for the past thirty Mr. Lee \\'aters spent Sunday at the business of gold treatment ,
Ila\':,. is reported as being greatly Gateswood. Ala. works. He has a runner who calls at IN THE NEWCHURCH THE CONCREOn ever seen in Pensaccola. We will have the }f 1 i:, i : 4't
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snproved. day Mr.from Robt.Pensacola McKinnon, where returned he Sun-has various mining camps and collects :: celebratedVhItmaas brand and they are -.d f. '
Little Yelvia Wheeler, the five-year- amalgam and ore. Ttis> Is treated by :
been attending court. the who banks : above all in quality. They come in 1,2, 3, ;, I
"''i son of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wheeler! Chinie and Rosa assayer it 'allegingthat J "
Misses Matthis, of
w Bagdad who Is visiting his granljr Enon, visited friends here Sunday.Mr. it comes from a lease in which National Rivers and Har- :i 4 and 5-pound boxes and also in an assort- ,; : :
>nts Mr and Mrs. J. A. Kelly on he is interested. The assayer of .111 ;
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H. P. Bowman of Pleasant '
:."nth avenue, was painfully injured Grove, was a caller here; Monday. course, keeps the greater part of the ..1. ment of fancy i 't', ',
V r thoir home Monday afternoon, by profit, the actual ore thief securing a bors Number Nearly a I. !
Mr A. McCallum spent Sunday : : ,
,, merely fractional return from his LEAVE '
Mij! cutvitu tn ax while playing. at Walnut HilL baskets.:1'-:1'
partner in crime. Usually the actual i / f
,
Thousand. ; f
Miss T Christmas
L. Spalding of DeLand. Fla., thief is not the miner, but someone Preaching in the New East for '

ply church be, 13th at the A"e.,East and End Gadsden Baptist BIG INCREASE i INROLLING the employed mine.upon There the are treatment however plant cases at : from 50c to {t !i :' f

street at 1:30 this afternoon instead in which this Is net so. Instances End Baptist Church By Associated Press. : special packages. i '
m :, p m, as first announced. Tha STOCK have been discovered in which the Washington, Dec. 6.-Nearly a thou- 4
c:-nbcrs, and ladies of other churches stolen ore has been sent uo to the! Sunday.The sand delegates' are Washington In i The Crystal Pharmacy 'F- :
(; '11, are Invited to hear Mis.3\ surface in trucks laden with refuse.!' attendance on to-day's opening session .
'S'! Ming PACIFIC WILL After being tipped over a scrap heapit of the National Rivers and Harbors [: Brent Building '
M copy for the big Christmas edi- SOUTHERN SPEND was picked up by a confederate who first service to be conductedin Congress. Harvey D. Goulder, of ................N.N...NNy>I......1............ Hwett i
, .1. has been pouring in and It is SIX AND A HALF MILLION had received a warning to be on the I the new East End Baptist church Cleveland, Ohio,_ president presidesSpeaker j jJ
" ;i. handled by The Journal's big lookout. Profits can be more quickly will be held there Sunday, and it is Cannon and RepresentativeBurton t-t.: '!
t!(" of skilled workmen. The time DOLLARS.By made by a thief engaged in tho anticipated by the congregation that chairman of the house com- :jiif E I IVE D urge slieof -selected Jewelry\\ i
!-awing.' near. Don delay any treating rooms of the mine. I the church will be well filled. mittee on rivers and harbors were R EC watches, Novelties! and Sllvei( .1, 't.
at to-day's sessions -
--'r i but send your copy. This edi- Either Evangelist Hamilton or Rev. among the speakers '. j i'
,, What Surprised Him.Te The object of the conventionis Plated wart. Call and get prices before buying. :' ;
; ) will be a fine one and you .will Associated Press Dr. WakeEeld lull preach the morn-
" proud of it. Place your orders San Francisco, Dec. 6,-The South- minister of a certain church was j ing sermon, and on account of the revival to secure an annual appropriationof BrentBuildl'nb. .]. F. DAVIS, Jeweler. -f; ::: r I
1:'a for extra copies. ern Pacific has just ordered con- greatly exercised: by the drowsy habits r services at the First Baptist $30,000,000: from congress for sys-
structed about $6,500,000 worth of new of his people. Taking them to task on church there will be no services at tematic work in the Improvement of ------------- '\ :

Among were the J.visitors M. Mallory.to the industrial city yesterday -i: rolling aggr'g'atlng1.000,000 stock, and has with placed different orders!I' this score on Sunday afternoon he remarked night but the congregation will attend the Representative nation's waterways.Joseph E. Ransdellof ..........80.....f..........tN.....................N. $'-> t'
: : : "I see a great of services at the latter: church. .. .1. f ;
agent of the Central of Georgia with :I locomotive and car manufacture. many you is the Louisiana who has made a tour t
headquarters at Savannah and R. C.I concerns so that its equipment nay II | overcome with sleep. I do not wonderat The Thirteenth new church avenue near and Jackson cornerof of 20.000 miles around the country FREE 30 DAYS' TRIAL. { 1
Brooks, commercial agent of the same. be augmented as quickly as possible | it, for the weather Is oppressive !street, and those who wish to attend since the last session,of the congress i ELECTRIC FLAT IRON t', ,
railway, with headquarters in Montcomery. work Is hard -1 of the rivers and harbors .,
I I to meet the growing demands for | your an many you the initial service should leave the in behalf of i tt
"
The visit of the two gentle- : WHEN THE ELECTRIC FLAT IRON COMES"IN AT THE DOOR
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more cars :and more facilities foritransportation. I have; come a long way. Therefore, i car at the corner. movement, will report tp the convention -] *"
-en was on business for the Ctntralof OTHER SAO-IRONS GO OUT 0FTHEWINDOW" Mrfr
that he has found sentiment to j
he added. "T am not surprised to see i
Georgia. I The figures as given out at the general -, many of you asleep but what surprisesme ; << I .' be Ftrotgly in favor of a vigorous t __ r .
News has reached Pensacola of the i manager's office yesterday show So Help For the Drin* prosecution of waterways improvement NEVER TOO COLD '
IS
,
i is_ to see many bleeping who hav, callousness of the old : SAVES YOUR CLOTHES: i :
The extreme remedy for the "wholly In-
duth In New Orleans after a lingerfc a very material enlargement of tae as a i I
I ? Illness of General Simeon Belden. equipment of the company. had such a coaifot lil3 sleep here lathe ;I English gamblers or gentlemen as! adequate transportation facilities now : SAVES YOUR TIME IS NEVER TOO HOT .. .
.
\\\' was well known in this city whereto Compared with the rolling stock: mornn-I'earwu's! : Weekly. they were then called Is illustrated by 1 afforded by the railroads. .,
*tad many friends and acquaintan- now in commission. the prospective i] I the following account which Horace John Sharp Williams of Mississippi SAVES YOUR MONEY IS ALWAYS READY :
g' The deceased had reached an additions! amount In .some instances l Two Kinds of Iniomnia. !' Walpole the celebrated letter writer, and Chairman Tawney of the i PATIENCE IS ALWAYS CLEAN J, ,
YOUR i
H-anced age and during his life had to an increase of 25 per cent I "When Nan vas engaged to Jack she gives of a curbcs occurrence at house appropriations committee, addressed .. SAVES .-, I
,t didn't got enough sleep because she White's coffee house In London. In the convention to-night .
--- ---- had to lie awake and think how much one of his epistles to Sir Horace Mann, i Can Be Attached to Any Incandescent, Lamp Socket. "if ,I

AiwaysRem aber the Fun /ffmeLaxative she loved him." .under date of S t fI >mo / OQ every "Well?" ': They Lave put into the papers a goat + outfit on free trials
'lc8. "_ J J
-.2Sc \01; now their engagement is broken Whites A man dropped
/J' 'iIEI story, made at I '
Car. es esaCoUbOne Y.Cnpm2 and now the doesn't .get enough down dead at the door and was carried .! NOW AT WORKSTARTED i Name ..............,.................................. J -t
I sleep because she has to lie awake to !f: in. The club immediately made bets -."j -;

hate him." |, whether he wa dead or not and when .. Address ..........-................................... 'f
. 4t'4g'in.1F r' jftt!s '"I rT9f 'Ae'pabk kr7E't IuEgdrF HHHH" H I Ii YESTERDAY TO RE-
i they were going to bleed him the wa- Escambla Co. Electric Light & Power Co. Contract Dept. i rt!t't ,-
Cavght.
i DIAMONDS WATCHES, JEWELRY | death interposed and J
STONES I 1 1t "Well, well! I'm surprised to hear j jot said gerers it would for!his affect the fairness of the MOVE BALLAST FROM UNDER ..................................................... ,:
t CLOCKS PRECIOUS BRONZSE ? Miss Passay being engaged to Mr. 1 stopped their efforts." SHIP INGRID.
bet
and they .
t SILVERWARE Gayman. He's so awfully fast, you ; -----.-
STERLING |
,owned ti
know." The clam dredge Craighill by -

i ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS. |i Oh, I don't know! Apparently he the National Dredging Co, of Mobile, s
which reached here Wednesday mornIng -
wasn't fast enough to get away from Up the Furniture forChristmas :
CUT GLASSWARE. commenced work yesterday removing Brighten lj;,
: her Philadelphia Press. Strenuous ballast from under and around i t
t the Norwegian ship Ingrid which is t
: la a Class by Itself. resting on a pile of ballast between Any woman can apply our readymixedPaints !
: Engraving and Fine Stationery. The Doctor-You call that your "con- StrengthON Palafox and Baylen street wharves. to furniture. Wonderful how a little r. i t

k : stand.science The umbrella Professor-It I don't was quite returnedto under- FOOD The ballast up by and the sand big which bucket Is of beingpicked. the paint brightens up things. 25 cents a can. -, .

Is being deposited upon a with : ) I
dredge Shake stir before using. Apply f.
me anonymously by a man who said or can -
the vessel, and although -
R Receive Prompt Attention lighter moored: near
Mail Orders he had kept'' It for a year.-Chicago It,was late before a start was brush. Good brush 25 cents. r;I ;
R I i.Saunders .;.'
Tribune. GrapeNutsTHERE'S made yesterday good progress was
1\ made In work.It I WI ill Company ,
: Hmtrlm.mUl Amemltlem. Is 'the belief of the contractorthat pl- r .
; S. 0. Zadek Jewelry Co. "I was a fool when I married you," A REASON." I if the ballast Is removed from I Phone 717 21 CdS? Kanlei Sfr 6tt*. ii i- : I T

t .. MOBILE, ALA. iS "My madam.-Baltimore friends all told me so at the around floated. the vessel that it can be I OMUUfcM kli''OitfJ-i, .OUL MJ ..' >

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it : lJbe fenteola Journal 1,1 THE :REMEDY FOR PEONAGE

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PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY BOOKKEEPING II IIIn
The comment in the newspapersj becomes more and more dissatisfied, LEARN

t: ...BY... on the peonage cases .now on trialin and an easy prey to the next recuiter
Pensacola is very general, and is ii-.i coii.es along looking for hands
t: THE JOURNAL COMPANY.. uniformly condemnatory. Those fur :Efinvone else. He is in
.t papers in the sections immediately] has promised to pay it, but tries to ll The demand for Stenographers and Bookkeepers is con-
affected preserve avery marked 5i- slip away, is caugnt and brought
T FRANK L. MAYCS, President an' G *eal l Manager lence on the matter. The remedy for back by the employer who sees no stantly increasing. Last week we were called upon to fill

the conditions that bring it about is' other chance of getting what is honestly :- nine good positions. Our courses are practical and terms very

t I MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. a cash system, both in paying for la-: due' him, and then a peonage
bor and in selling goods. ; case is before the court reasonable. .: EE:
:i ---------- We ,do not believe that _the mistreatment Tnis is presenting the case of the -HW -

r SUBUCRIPTION RATES of laborers comes from In- employer In the blackest light

;: On Year .. .. ..........$LOO One Month .. .. ... .. .. 4S nate deviltry, except in 'oecasionaland .! On the other hand there are hun h Twentieth Century Bookkeeping. II

-. Six Months .. .. ... .. .. 2 50 One Week.. .. .. .. .. .. 10 rare cases, and the evidence in', dreds of disreputable and naturally
Tore Month. .. .. .. 126 Weekly Edition. per year..?1 CO the cases tried do not bring to light, dishonest laborers who make it a
the real status of affairs that, is behind -( practice to obtain all the advances fin; Pernin Light-Line Shorthand
it all We have no desire to I possible from employers with no in-
: The Onty Penmacola Newspaper From Which II MetalledCircmlation excuse or palliate the offense where tention of doing anything else than 5gB S SBtiti

; Statement Can Be Secured. one Is committed, bnt it must be admitted skipping out at the first favorable opportunity -
by everyone familiar with con-! and leaving the creditor II

> ditions as they exist that employersof with "the loss to bear. From this i We have the largest night /7ST7Q

labor have been aggravated almost class, that class of employers who .' 1 S
Phone 900 '
Florida.
t tr, ( Editorial' IUtm 38 Papers en Sale on Trains school in ,
'110... beyond the. limit of endurance. But treat their employes as men. who pay '
:r 8I1s'.essOfftc.1600' s and at all News Stands. again on the other band we must ad-, them every cent due them and who or call: at the college and let'stalk (': .. _'. __ .\n.. ,
mit that the employers hare not been run their commissaries as convenience 111111 it over. t \.-
altogether blameless for the conditions for the men rather than as "

:; Offices-Journal Bu.hUng-Corner Intendenoia and DeLuna Sts. which is an outgrowth of the profit making part of the business, I BusIness' --1

general credit and commissary system charging no more than a fair profiton iI ll Pensacola College. HH5
; which has been one of the curses cf the goods they sell in them, and

PENSACOLA FLORIDA FRIDAY I the south and has done much to hamper -, this class is by no means an excep- n : :: :nmpII':: : : :' :lP ""i"- '' _H5H
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; Under its growth the system and prosperity so long; in vogue tion in as this the section other. In are fact as they great often sufferers ti ;;;:::;; ;;;j.hlllil=:::::::;!::;::; :::; : ::;!!;!!;; :I!!::!:tHH: !!::I::HHHiJ;; ::I !:i i i i!i! i!;i I 1:; i i mm 1 !;f g

i- ( In :Michigan' there are four candidates President Roosevelt's employers of labor in toe saw mil's I: suffer worse for the reason that they -

:: to succeed Senator Alger, but and particularly in the turpentine I i are the more easily imposed upon. -
Absurd Position.In camps, recruiters, as they are- called The remedy, as we have said before ,y. fl
: I they all belong to the republican ore sent out to get hands, and as a lies in the cash system and a -

.. .' rowd. line with nearly every newspaper general thing men' are employed for I I further in a rigid enforcement of the # STATE PRESS ONNATIONAL High Grade American .

in the south, as well as'a major- this purpose who are neither very vagrancy laws. POLITICS. #

The senate is wrestling with the ity throughout the country, the Mont- Iarticular as to the class of men they I I There may not be labor enough; in I fI. .

: Penrose and Foraker resolutions on gomery Journal takes a decided standin set or the means used to get them. I the country to supply the demand, II. Portland Cement
} the negro question but Ben Tillman Their Instructions to "get hands"I I but with that here compelled to workor Profanity Reformation.
'. opposition to the position of Presi--
"hasn't been heard from yet. and in many cases their pay depends go hungry or to jail there would Speaker Cannon is said to be really HARD WALL PLASTER, KEYSTONE LIME, ACME
dent Roosevelt, as expressed in his upon the. number they get. I not be the apparent deficiency that I favorable toone reform, at least, and ; DOUBLE FLINT COATED ASPHALT ROOFING FELT 1,2 3UBi1-

It is up to the Florida delegation in message to congress, that the San Very oftea: they entice men away II I now exists. I that is to reform his vocabulary so as AND 3-PLY, FIRE BRICK, etc.
, : to get busy and "make good" from positions they already hold, and We believe the employers have the
congress Francisco school board should be I to eliminate the profanity that he is in Beg to state that we are now In shape to make deliverieson
' those promises they have been giving compelled to admit Japan ie scholars from employers to whom they are already solution in their own hanpds. Refuseto the habit of garnishing his every-day I our Parthenon Brand of
indebted. Sometimes they 1 advance a cent 'either in goods or speech with. The Presidential bee
to the dear people all summer. into the
: schools provided for white agree-to pay this indebtedness and at II money without security", just laws, a II must be .buzzing.-Gainesville Sun. I .White Portland Cement.guarantf'ed
': 1 The sugar trust has retained a lawyer children relative to which it has the other times they are, spirited away.I business man must glve"lf: he wants I Pure .

J'" rn by the name of Alton B. Parker following to say: At any rate their traveling expensesare i accomodation, and pay for the work Toilette's Hunting License. to the specifications of the United States
TbeIr It is unfortunate that President advanced and they begin work: done in cash when it is done. In addition I Senator LaFollette has taken outa Army Engineers.pass American Society of Civil Engineers, etc.
;s-- 1 In Its pending rebate cases. I Roosevelt should have marred an otherwise under a debt. I to this, bring their powerful hunting license. As he doesn't needa Architects, Contractors and Block Manufacturers will
I name seems familiar and his home is Under the commissary system as influence to bear on the oScers! of 1 I license when hunting trouble, it is please! remember the variety of high-class results that can
I I Esopus, New York. fairly good message on the used .by, many, but by no means all,I the law for enforcement of the possible that he is after somethingelse be secured from the use of Pure White Portland Cement
11n race question as to have insisted that Immediate- deliveries forcarloads and small lots made'
I the San Francisco school board should I of the employers the necessaries of vagrancy: law, the laws against gambling this time.-Sanford Chronicle. from our stocks at Montgomery, Pensacola Birmingham and
Ir I' In New Hampshire Delaware and admit the Japanese to their public I life are charged to the laborers at extortionate -. and illicit whiskey selling, anda also direct from mill.

?: iNew Jersey the contests for United schools.. He calls this discrimination : prices and as each succeeding better day will dawn, and the temp Dick as a Prophet. well Your collect carload telegram lots. will get our prices on small lots
Richard Croker the old-time boss as as
promise of un- pay day comes, with no reduction tation to anything that savors of ,
senator
States give "discreditable to us as a people and
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of the debt and not infrequently what the United States law of Tammany says Hearst's defeat was
; )1 usual interest and it is possible that adds that schools to shut them out of our" an increase in it, the laborer as peonage will disappear.designates -caused by God Almighty We are at Carolina Portland Cement Co-,
"is wicked
public absurdity.
: ;dn one of the three states a democrat a loss to understand where Dick got I
He then recommends that "the civil Mania, Ea.
his information. It
J ----- has heretofore -
slip in.
may and criminal statutes of the United Hfl lius been believed that Crokerwas
ofiE-Hflfl N. Bliss was its treasurer. generally
t 1 In the current issue of Collier's States be so amended as to enable the I It is said that the president has in closer touch with His Satanic -- --

there is a picture of President Roosevelt president, acting for the United States # SAID OF .FLORIDA'S. tried to get Mr. Cortelyou and Mr. Majesty than with the Great Ruler of
government which Is responsible for Bliss the Universe. Gainesville Sun. BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANYW.
;_ f on the steam shovel in the Pana- our international relations, to enforcethe $ PUBLIC MEN. to return to the insurance companies -
asA this with interest BED WELL, PRES. AND MANAGER.
money
Vma ditch and under It the sentence rights of aliens under our treat- Hearst's Expenses. Prepared 'to do electrical short notice. 670 and!
repairing Ring phone
C ;7; H : .. and has failed, ., .,Mr. : on 4
f ("The two things that will dig the ies." I and :Mr. Bliss have taken'Cortelyou1 tho I The .question of the amount of representative will call.V.. T. BidwelL President and Manager. %Oi S. Baylen

i Panama canal"That That is, the president wants the Poor SurLGOvernor position that to return the money spent in the recent election in rtreet.
: ; power to force the school board of Broward says that the I would be an acknowledgement money that New York continue to bob up, semi- -::::

2 Interesting and entertaining San Francisco to admit Japanese chil- drainage fight has Just begun. It It was a violation of law to receiveit occasionally, in the State press. In
f dren to the public schools, and to force seems to me that it got a mighty poor and this connection, the News wonders
publication, the Congressional Record, such an acknowledgementmight c Z n SEEK
NO FURTHER
Mongolians into our hotels and our start on election day. Williston Ad- have a prejudicial effect whether it hasn't appeared slightly pEN Catarrh Cured
i ;. 'will make its bow to the public in a places of public amusement and everywhere 'upon ludicrous that whereas Hearst spent
vocate.
the of
cases those insurance YOU HAVE IT HERE
few days. Theodore Roosevelt they think they may be entitled who officials a quarter of a million dollars in his I Cbtarrh Core complete S f\

( probably be its special Panama correspondent \\illl-I, to enter, regardless of "race, color Trammel Flagging.The are president threatened doesn't with like prosecution.The campaign Hughes, the candidate of I ,.an-I treatment Liquid Medication.with atomizer rfC I&nn KbcuioatJFm to fm4wiuU
to haveit
i or previous condition." etc. Lakeland Sun, of which Hon. a plutocratic party, contented himself 700 b&v*been took:"tag tor
f I/ for the coming session. appear that he owes his election in ;
and
The permits himself to account of aPen Colds Conquered AalYJeAeli DestroyerFree
president Park Trammell, president of the with turning in an expense
some measure to money
t f With Stephen M. Sparkman as the I take statement as a that basis we for should this argument not'discrimi-the State Senate, is editor, advises Gov.I by life insurance companies.contributed,In fact about $500?-Tampa News. S CHERRY FLI;CIC.S3 eta Pstas5OrM.ri from Opiate io4IJe ':t\.
Broward to "cease drainage.LaleCity
: } ranking member of the Rivers and nate against the stranger within our Index. : it is saidhe: restive under that condition Hughes'* Expenses.His : RUB IT IN midecl- A'n--,wrtttoPEVN ee tamJlll .,

i i Harbors Committee and William B. gates, or humiliate him. A11 we have of'affairs. In1 his message he enemies are making much over ; PEHJflJSIlIEXT as eta.

f 1 Lamar on the Foreign Affairs committee i I a right to. .question," says the president Mercury Down. recommends that a law be enacted the fact that it cost Mr. Hearst a I t"s: For Sale by all Brngglsts CRfC CO. )"

o( the house, Florida is well I in his message, -is" the man's At last accounts'the Mercury at Da prohibiting corporations of all kinds quarter of a million to be defeated for I _ _ PMiad3Fa.
.: represented from
conduct, If he is honest and upright Land had gone down and it is tot contributing to political campaign -.' governor of New York, and it is observed -
I in the lower branch of i funds.
con I in his dealings with his neighbor and likely to rise again.-Palatka Times- that some mugwumpian dille-
t gress. is entitled to No doubt ,.corporations would welcome still shuddering at "what I
:with the state, then he I Herald. taats are five times
mittees expended or ten
I respect and good treatment. Especially such La' Iawas., they have been I would have been the consequences if Send in your orders now
times, the distributed in be-
'the Birmingham Age-Herald thinks do we need to remember our duty Malone and the Blind Tigers. taxed heavily for political campaign it had happened that a man could buy money I The
half cf Mr. Hearst. Times. for of
Tampa Jour-
extra copies
to the stranger within our gates, it is According to the News there must purposes. Judge Parker, the Demo-: the governorship of New York with _
] that "al! the paragraphers should I
the sure mark of a low civilization, a have been "something doing" in Mon- cratic candidate ,for President .has money." That is very frightful but nal's big Christmas Edition
GilchrisLThe
F- i sign a pledge never to mention foal I I the satisfaction of I
low morality, to abuse discriminate ticello; during court week. Judge Malone knowing that at : it still remains open for the charge
'. again." With Boni's multiplied I: against or in any way humiliate such and the grand jury mixed things I the very beginning of the campaign..I that Mr. Hearst was beaten by the expenditure State Fair closes to-day afteran and they will be set aside

t troubles It would be unkind for the I stranger who has come here lawfullyand up): pretty hot for the purveyors of In 1904 he announced that the Democratic of much larger; sums of unusually successful run of two

L ; press to desert him at a time when who is conducting himself properly. blind tiger booze. Good thing.-Mad-I party would not receive contri-I money than be vainly blew. In his weeks. Thanks to General Gilchrist for you.
.
_ _
butions to DeSoto was'very
I its county creditably
campaign fund from treasurer and
10 remember this is incumbenton ison New Enterprise. case he was his own
f- j he is in such need of their sympathy. every American citizen, and it is, I corporations. If the president had :I treasury, and he told where his money represented.! -Arcadia Advertiser.Best New Orleans is celebrated for it!

I of course, peculiarly incumbent on Bradford's Senator. been as thoughtful he wouldn't now .. came from and how much. Hugheshad coffee. Jackson Square is the role*
With the closing of the present ses- every government official. whether of They do say that Senatorial bees i be worried by the fact that contributions a' hundred treasurers and a thou in the; cup. Jackson Square from New Orleans. Try it. If not

sion of congress the South will loose the nation or of the several states." are beginning to hum sorter sweetly from life insurance companies I sand: treasuries to draw from, and Coi.ee. The only premium given is satisfied your grocer will refund its

three men from the senate who have The absurdity cf this position may around the headgear of Dock Crews I helped to make him president there Is but little doubt that his corn- a guarantee of its quality. cost.

occurred to the presidentinhis end Gene Matthews, and that Zccus
f long been prominent in the public eye. not have
and his hasty Adkins is beginning to sit tIp'and take
I desire to be friendly
General Jas. II. Berry of Arkansas preparation of his message, frank with, notice of a few legislative bees tht = =- I York paper said: "No such stage baler, Beulah Hamilton Mary Orth, f trained voices In true Yale style so:

i. 3 will be succeeded by Governor Jeff the Japanese and to maintain his position are pestering around his bonnet AMUSEMENTS. management has been seen in this Grace Muir, y{. J. McGraw, John My- that when his play is seen horr.'i i
( Davis, and Joseph C. S. Blackburn of for .fair and square deal for Lake Butler Star. I little old city for many a moon. Witha lie, Harry Griffith F Cbas. Deagon, lege men who witness the pprtnnnaiice -
; Kentucky by Judge Paynter. The I I ) I restless, tireless energy, Mr. Gus Bert \Vainwright and a chorus cf as will be able to thoroughb! enjoy

,all.But the fact is, to treat a stranger "Jeetrs" in Trouble. Schlke, the stage director, has outwitted pretty maidens as can be found on both the songs and the singers.Ben .
senate will miss these
interesting
-_ 'with courtesy within our gates applies When one reads of the case of I every surprise and muzzled the stage to-day..
t j characters from its daily life, as well :simply to business relations. We are Frank Pope vs. Jim Alexander he is "Isle.of Spice." every chance for repetition. They tell Dunham Entertainment.
t' j as the masterly brain and wisdom of not required to invite the stranger; reminded of the fact that even old- There is much about the "Isle of us that the composer Franz Schubert. "At Yale."
Edward W. Carmack of Tennessee :i to our home and fireside and make asocial tJmo friends may have their little Spice" which will be seen at the ,'could set a laundry bill to music. I One of the chief features of the new Considerable interest Is i ;ire '* i"'-

who will give to Bob- I equal of him.v'e are not required quarrels.-Palatka.TimesHerald.. opera house tonight that is positively believe this man Scblke, could marshal college play "At Tale" which will be fested in the coming entertann! ,", '"
way "Fiddling I to associate with him anywhere new and refreshing. The lyrica a bundle of tootpicks into the produced by Mr Jules Murry at the which Ben Dunham will DP fia: :mlat
L Taylor.: terms of social equality and it is Laud Brown. treat of an odd theme the music, maneuvers of the newest cavalry opera house on Saturday night is the the opera house :Monday niht: Th-j
on .
k J the ill-bred and self-assertive who The general verdict throughout tbe while jingly, is distinctly original, and tactics, and that at the last curtain music. Mr. Paul Gilmore, who is a programme is being' :." -'!'.f'I"d
: John Sharpe Williams has just been only State is that the Tampa fair was E. the crank this '. ,''->; tcdly
such recognition and they only stage business. ensembles and you would find each Individual 'pick' on subject took the precau- every day and there will ::
L elected to the sixtieth congress 'and expect show themselves the more unworthy complete and surprising success and I chorus work are genuinely attractive, glistening with an electric bulb." tion last summer to spend some time be an immense crowd.

will doubtless succeed himself in that I and contemptible by it that its success .was almost wholly and up to date and new. This latter The company, which Mr. B. C. at Yale, studying the songs and the Archie Rosentelm, th f'd; time 1-'"

congress as the minority leader. If Under the general rule laid down I due to tbe indomitable energy and extraordinary feature is particularly noticeable in Whitney, manager,has organized and singers on the college campus, and, as vorite, will assist In programm--
we should have to executive ability of Mr. the work of young women of the chorus -is responsible for the long run just a result he has selected nearly a Master J. Fenkel, the coming Al Wli-.
he defeats Vardaman next year for I I take by the to president homes and fireside every I Thos. J. Laud-Brown, the director-I in the three songs: "Peggy brought to a close at the Majestic dozen of the best national college son, will sing "My Heaven !tfl X0':
our
the senate' and the Democrats should visitor who might come to us from sjeneral. In view of his remarkal-te Brady," "The Broomstick Witches" Theatre New York City, includes Les- songs and has taken care to have .tyes.aleh: for the bal r."-" >>,i I..*

I win the next national election which other lands, however, unworthy hi i' talents, some one'has made the excel-I and the "Goo Goo Man." As one New i lie Leigh Blanche Holt :Minnie Cham- them sung by a double quartet of;i vaudeville programme.

of the two positions would the distinguished might be of even blacking the shoesof i k-nt suggestion that he should, be enpaged -
I to install a state exhibit at the
jl people. i
decent and self-respecting,
Mississipian choose? Charles: a i ,. -
Jamestown Exposition. Tallahassee ,
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schools to onr
i The relations of our t- ; ,
3?o'. Crisp, of Georgia, declined a seat I True Democrat. -4
thatWE'
'
intimate
I'homes are so .close and j
in the senate to serve as speaker ot cannot separate the one from the ;- .
.,! the house and if \\"il1iams'should follow other. The white man will not per "Col. Bob. ) 5.5 -
4
The ejection of Col. R. W. Davis f 'e 1t ?* ..
his to mix and mingle in ;141
example Vardaman will have a mit his child to be brigade comandef of the United '. -
second chance schools with a race he feels is his In- ,- ;- .4 '
at the -
senate. On the Confederate: Veterans is a deserved "' k
;, other hand Williams fails in his ferior, whose habits different and ideas and of dangerous God-I I compliment to one of the most popular I i :, 4' t ;

e contest for the senate it will and moralityare : and beloved survivors of the civ.
weaken and he is not bound by any ,
,
him In the house manhood or il war. Eloquent gentle", kimllyI ;
Washington and demands of courtesy,
I hearted he peculiarly fitted for the :
I -I i4 I It
whether
. probably result In his retirement a honesty, to make this sacrifice to duties that will devolve upon him of ,

: Democratic leader. us the in the race guise be native of strangers born or and come visi J directing the chtrishment' of a memo .i -

without offense to the victors and
social ory -
and
: No decision of Florida's supreme torsseeking recognition. knowledge without morbid regret by- the losers. -' t / _i'r : Ve'S

court in years ha!. given more general Roosevelt asks that a dangerous -Tampa Times. q4t
:
satisfaction to the people than the hands of the c 5
decision the
be plased in .
weapon H fl "'$fl ;JHHK. 'S.-- : -
1 : handed down last week in president when he asks congress t6 *: ; ,

I which it is held that when the termsof give him the power "to enforce "the *:; EMBARRASSING. S ,; i' '
under our treaties. *
of aliens
rights *
conditional have
a pardon been
Savannah News. ; S &
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broken the be made
guilty
one can to -
, If Jacksonville_ extends her limitsto a -a.-
: re-enter the penitentiary and serve .. *HH H I-HH .
include Panama and other adjacent
the balance of his term for which he '
suburbs it will be up to Tampa to
that Representative Lons- .
was conditionally pardoned. The Live The fact C : -
brins back to life that Greater Tampa worth the president's son-in-low, is : S
Oak Democrat in discussing this matter -
t_ chanter ,that was buried a few years secretary of the International Policy
: I says: "Under that decision the Holders' Committee that- is trying to ;; I' : e
ago In Tallahassee and we predict
I man who violates his conditional pardon will in oust the present managements of the -
there be "something doing"
i t even if the violation occurs after New York Mutual life' insurance' com- SCENE IN "ISLE OF SPICE" TdNIGHT.iiiiIiiIil4VLtliipi .
Tampa along this line if the
the time has expired for which he panics of New York, is somewhat
Jacksonville idea is enacted into law. embarrassing for the President if
was sentenced can be rearrested and
; statements made in"the public printsare
< compelled to serve out the remainder I Send in your orders now I Ii to be relied upon. One of these.

J Of the sentence. This is sound sense statements is that the foregoing companies I
i for extra copies of The Jour
and we are glad to know that it is together with the Equitable: Jj1TL

f- I round law, for it "ilI-gtTe to the conditional nal's big Christmas Edition I Life. contributed'"5148,00* to the Republican i
campaign! : fund in 1904. Mr.I
.t. pardon system a greatly increased and they will be set aside : Cortelyou now Postmaster General I

5 I value as an agency to discourage : was the chairman of the Republican I

J;" crime." for :you. Campaign Committee, and Mr. Corne- Equal to any SI.OO preparation on the market.
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... /JHE PENSACOLA, JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, ,DECEMBER', ,t 906. J
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BY AURELIE MAREAN BERNARD.Telephone ;

No. 669 Before 3 P. M. 2JRiSTH :'
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l No. 33 After 3 P. M. CUJSJ1 1

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I I There is nothing so acceptable to '"-' Q ,fS= < ': :



COAXERS bedding Was

Great Surprise. Sweetheart or Friend "t i f r, '

A special to the Montgomery Adver- F '
:1 1
i I tiser A sensation from Greenville Ala.. says: .. as a Pair of f attractive and serviceable Sh oes. But you ::1 :- 1; ]l lest I.

.\ weekly occurrence of when was it became sprung yesterday known that afternoon should be satisfied! with only the best-a reliable, hon f. t o -- h

marvelous BARGAINS.This the marriage of a prominent couple '
Shoe in which have Confidence. t
had taken place and they were at the you can implicit : : lit

week we offer you station en route for a trip to Cuba. If_you select -- t .
The contracting parties wer Dr. H.
three values of exceptionalmerit. Rouse and Mrs. Laurie R. Frazier. It J JI

was a quiet home wedding, impresiveIsy y : 'i i 'i"y
It would be wise to performed by Dr. W. M. Black- :fpi dD7alf:8hoJ8: f

select one or more of the welder, and immediately after the
ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Rouse left for you are sure of Style, Comfort, Fit and good wearing Qualities. l" r-, -
stvles offered for some of FRIEDMAN : ,
Montgomery from there to to Havana
go
The Shoe dial has Satisfaction for 52 and
a '
gIVen years .
those Christmas gifts as lor.a honeymoon trip. SHOE CERTIFICATES : t -
P : .
preferred from "Ocean Ocean. It Is the One make that
Mr. Rouse is the eldest son of the ( to t ,
]footwear makes practical FOR CHRISTMAS \ : 1
late W. P. Rouse,'and like his father, .
has stood the "Test of Time"and in which you have absolute i
ia a noted planter ,of this section. He : t <_
,presents. farms on scientific and extensive system 3s Assurance of "RefiabJEty.** \ '"i <, t ;: <

and has been eminently success For your Convenience, we have arranged with the "Friedman" Dealer in your city,to sell \ I .i .'j J ..1 \

$3.50 ful.Mrs.. Rouse Is a daughter of Mrs. Certificates good for a pair of the famous ?&GfaiflIfJJlOG& at bis Store. This enables -ft : ;j'i "$t i

Mollie Riley formerly of Union the make their Selection and the Worry j
Y Recipients to own saves you mquxmg ? ,1,1J : :
Springs a sister of Mrs. W. J. Bee- .
Men's Shoes, patent and land. She is a woman of culture and t '- % : Size, Width, etc. There nothing easier and everyone is pleased with the Idea. "r 't r : ,k t :

refinement and is admired and loved See Dealer and of these Gift Certificates." ft '
plain leather, lace, button or by a wide circle cf friends. The news your today secure one i.i'?. L ,

;blucher! ; in fact, the choice of of the unexpected marriage was a ,, As a suggestion we offer the following: : \ ;
great surprise and on their return ..f l!
;my Men's three fifty Shoes they will be the recipients of hearty "ATLANTIC" "PACIFIC" LITTLE SAMSON" '' ; /: W :

for to-day, Crowd-Coaxers- congratulations.Rouse 350400. 300350. School Shoes. ,I : I :. ,
Mr. Is the father of Mrs '
George Turner and Mrs. Herbert f( For Men. For Women. $1.50 to $2.50. + 3 '
$3.00 D"Alemberte and his numerous Pen- '
sacola friends will read the above announcement Worn From Ocean to Ocean 'f' 1 i' : | :

I with pleasure. i, ; T: :J.1

$1.75Ladies' Mrs. E. E. Saunders Gives '

Felt Juliets, fur Charming Card Party. e i-4; { t :

One of the most enjoyable card par. 1'I \ akWr ;r < '
top, flexible turn soles, ties given this season occurred yesterday I \ sf '! 11>, '
}
Cuban and Common Sense afternoon from halt after three t c": : *t,
ST. LOUIS
until five o'clock, when :Mrs. E. E. MAKER : ::1
heel; red, brown, wine, grey, Saunders was the charming hostess: ; '
A SUCCESS FOR 52 YEARS i .' ; 11.1 '
,
green, and black-these make and entertained about forty of her -" ," :i
lady friends in a most delightful way. ., v. .
elegant Christmas gifts, as The beautiful home presented a picture 'f :4
.Friday Crowd-Coaxers- so pleasing to the eye that it .. :"L
will be long remembered by those who :" I }. t
spent a pleasant afternoon within its : ; :'
$1.35 hospitable walls. WALTON COUNTYAT ................9.................................... : .<'
In the reception hall the color "
l.-
; TAMPA FAIR i t
scheme of buff and white began and : ;
was artistically carried out through I 1- ----'. I One Third of
I 4 !
The made that Walton
$1.50Child's the double parlors and into the din I prediction i R
county could not win of the
-
ing halL where it changed to pure i any premiums

Blucher Shoes, pat- green white of intermingled long leaved with ferns the in tender hand ::strong competition at Tampa in that the was face certain of the j ,}' j

!to be there lacked much of being
ent tip, spring heel, extension some jardinieres. SUIT FOR SMALL BOY :" << very 1 KYourLifeinBed f

soles! real Goodyear welt, Everywhere hall great in the bunches parlors of and pale reception I Tne suit portrayed in the illustration trousers and 'a blouse made in one Breeze verified, and In addition says"the to DeFuniak the cash!i i Since about a third of your life is spent in it; .' <

Othepedic last; a Shoe built yellow chrysanthemums were seen, is an excellent model for a boy of from piece, long enough to reach from the I I premiums won, is much the gainer by bed, why not have the bed comfortable; you ,
three to six years of age the design neck to just above the knee. This having the varied resources of this
their graceful ragged heads drooping all that's and comfortable in the < ';K i :
for feet-something I brought before the thousandsof get good 'j
growing above the cut glass races. nsible for Santa to put in I' Russian blouse. ,Dark blue chevoit in the middle',of,the front and backs visitors at< that big exposition.In bed line here. : 11 i 'i. -1
them.JiitQ,roses were Intermingled with serge is a very useful material for with yoke,sections on either side, to the county competition it won : {. '
:-tocking--.sizes '5 to 8, andor the ferns of the dining room. I|i i such a suit;which consists of bloomer which<<,the plaits r were attached., I first prize hay,, for and the in best addition exhibit to of the alfalfa -1 t:i Iron Beds $2.50, $4, $5 and up to $25. < '. ':,: .. :j s

: Friday Crowd-Coaxers- Mrs.guests Saunders in a gown cordially of white receivedher swiss Times.Union account of the premiums:i'' Springs, Woven Wire and Victor Spiral, $4.50. i : ; i'' .
soft, warm bath robe or dressing great ability and his sermons are an awarded the following are noted: "
applique with medallions of lace.
$1.05 gown-perhaps fashioned by the dainty inspiration Best bale of alfalfa hay. Felt Mattresses $6.50 to $15. : ; l" .
There
six tables and
were progressive -
euchre was played, the games fingers of the woman he loves? Best six sheaves of wheat. i. Feather Pillows $2 $3 $3.50 and $5. >* : ;{ !
I They are easy to make, even by the The'Friday Afternoon Euchre Club Best Kershay. ,1"1. ,
being very interesting. |'most inexperienced, and they don'thave' meets this afternoon with Mrs. Geo. Largest and most attractive displayof lIi '
Refreshments were served on the to fit very tight, and a few Hoffman at her home, 803 East Belmont beeswax. BUY USEFUL CHRISTMAS GIFTS. i s{f :
MEYER SHOE GO small tables and consisted of a delight. wrinkles across the back won't be _street. Best glass plum Jelly. _
ful salad course followed by ices, cake, ..
noticed if they pnly have a.comfort- Best salted almonds and other dainties. I I The Pleasure \
able feeling. If he is the fortunate Club was entertainedthis Best brandied cherries.C. 'AI'if
FEET FURNISHERS FOR FOLKS
Mrs. Saunders' guests were: :Mrs.Wm. week by Mrs. Sidney Bell at the '
of these rememberthat with his
possessor things E. Pleas Washington MARSTON A QUINA
Johnson, Mrs. James McGibbon, ti
residence
of Mrs.
Blumer.; The
Harry I
there is something else which county exhibit won a large number of ; j'
102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET Mrs. Charles Marsh, Mrs. Fred Marsh, first cut
prize a glass bonbon dish,
will please him equally as well, and premiums In addition to the sectional
Mrs. Marian Caldwell, Mrs. Chas. Turner all one has to do is to quietly find out ,was won by Mrs Bell and the second premium of $500.00. In the grand I 108/110 S, Palafox St Phone 149. Pensacola, Fla. t
Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. Geo. Howe,
prize, a hand-painted fruit bowl, was
< what the things are which will\ please championship contest his score was i .

Imported Just Macaroni Received.Sweet OIL Cheeses Mrs.Eltzen Walker, Mrs. W.Anderson H. Northup Mrs.Mrs.Gustave Walter I I him As most.to the women of the household club awarded_this to week Mrs.will Annie meet Blumer.at the
Ml Pickles, bauer Kraut Higgins, Mrs Chas. Swayne, :Mrs. of
Mackerel Cod Christmas present for them is easily Mrs. Blumer, Mrs. Julia Jackson Square Coffee stands for r
Fish Pigs Feet. Spanish Onions. Pilot Thos. McGuorin Mrs.. :Frank Dunn, a i Mooney being the hostessPERSONALMENTION.. 50c i 2
25c and
fresh Bread and French new. Navy Bread. Everything Mrs. Arthur Stillman, Mrs. H. De selected shop windows as it, really at Christmas, seems that time the, air quality tight put tins.up It in pleases, others. $1.00 Why .N..111.1NN..1...11 00......<........................ !!

WItch Hazel. $1.00 per gallon. Silva, Mrs. Herbert D'Alemberte, Mrs. not try it? <
edificationof
for the
created
Marine Post, Mrs. J. G: Hurd. Mrs George were only II : You might as well get one right : :
Grocery Company. of Eve, and the de
the daughters -::: ,
Wentworth, Mrs. Simon Johnson, Mrs. to-day because sooner or later Y
Mrs. M. Danheisser won the first Send'in orders
V..1. VIDAL. Manage- of little children. now
Samuel Pasco, Jr..Mrs. ,W. J. Forbes light prize at the Progress Euchre party your ,: y od're bound to be a "Ko : ; f :."
Mrs.J.C.Avery,Mrs.Frank Dunn, :Mrs. last Wednesday night The prize-wasa for extra copies of The J ournaI's daker." It's the greafc >', < 1 1 <
Chas.P. Hall
Rev. '
Rix Robinson, Miss Lizzie Rogers, II handsome cut glass fruit dish. Mrs. big Christmas Edition est fun out- lJ :
Mrs; :McKee McClellan, Mrs. J. C. Expected To-Day. A. Greenhut was the fortunate winnerof : |LOO up to II Z ff'/
ALLEN'SJANICE McGaughy, Mr. J., O. Semmes, Miss ,I the second prize, which was a cut and they will be set aside S $35. : r. .
Emma Fettus, Miss Llllie Taylor, Mrs.I Rev. Charles P. Hall president of glass nappy. 't- \"
Goodloe, Mrs. Henry Bellinger, Mrs the Alabama State Universalist Convention for )'ou. Z 1 : I
J. R. Keller. Miss Florence Guttman' Is expected to arrive in Pen Mr. Sam Gonzalez, Jr., is quite ill I QD' : ,
kept the score of the games played. sacola to-day. Reverend Mr. Hall will at his residence on North Spring RunnlBar n. Exercise.The 1.'::"ccIn
fact that a person is capable of
.
: hold services Sunday morning at street to the regret of his many 1t" <
What Shall We Buy eleven o'clock, and in the evening at friends. I doing the> best running and speed long 1"' .
seven,thirty, at the Universalist church walking before the thirtieth year need winter evin- .. ..:J. i' -.
k
For Christmas?, on East Chase street. It is hoped Dr. R. C. Philips leaves Saturday not lead those who have passed the Ings, flashlights :"t j ti f t
that the services will be well attended morning for Jacksonville where he third decade to think that they are on jre the thing. Anyoody : ,.
As Christmas time draws near the as :Mr. Hall is a young minister of I goes to attend the meeting of the the down grade of life, says an author : ,,' can take them. It'seasy. .k : t
PERFUME old question which has agitaI <
same
State Homeopathic Medical Board. He < .
Christmases ..- ity. These exercises call for elasticityof We instruct you. Get a : i ,'
ted our minds for Innumerable : : It.
will probably return home the early .
4 Kodak today. Learn to take pictures .
before, cpmes up again and we part of next week., the arteries, and that lessens soon h
begin to wonder what in the world we after the thirtieth year, but powers of and amuse yourself. f.j .
A rare and fragrant per- are going to give our friends for pres- "The Best is What We Sell" Mrs. G. W. Bennett has returned to endurance Increase in the well pre- i GEM BOOK STORE. PHONE 230. : r. :i j

fume. Imagine a sky of limit- ents-and It is;hard especially to select,our a present"men,which folk." her stay home of several in Bennettsville weeks with La.. aftera her fifty served-five'man'or even or woman later. Soldiers up to fifty of fifty or .+++.+1..................../N..te1.*... ..........1.i. .:Sj 1 4 ;. ;{ 'f f

less azure blue spread like a ones sweetheart. husband,or brother StuffedFIGS daughter, Mrs J. H. Bickerstaff.Mrs. are like leather and can perform -. 1. f '
Of they are "
,course
appreciates.
anopy over a vast topaz sea. reallly usually polite about such things and M. R. King and two childrenand feats of endurance that would kill the

nder I this Ideal !sky, thouSands feign a joy over a necktie or a pairof Miss Alice Gay left yesterday for stripling and the same is true of
slippers,which 'are too email, that '.Cottcndale, Fla., where they will spend women. -
of acres of most love -far from feeling. As the several weeks visiting friends. -.J
they are
.
\ flowers grow with the prolusion gentleme'n'or the family usually Christmas haveto i I I Best ever made-Hlne Ribbon Lemon -' I LEATHER HOLIDAY
: foot the bills fortheir
of grain. Great fields the matter : and Vanilla. Absolutely pure go I ,
to give
presents. U js wise AND
the "Blue Ribbon
If t roses several square milesin I sincere thought and'to choose accord j twice Flavor'as" Is far pertecUon.and Ask for the Van Camp'sPork r

extent, plantation of violets inglr.. < Christmas' -i 25c size.. GOODS : f
Men really enjoy a present | '
\ as large as the cotton! which they ,want, and can make DATES I League of avy- Yard Employees. and Beansmake 1 -
+'arms of Alabama's prairiebelt use of fully as much as women do, but j A meeting of the League Navy tt ', c
'< when they have received about forty-" Yard Employees! will be. held tonightIn .
roll in billows of glorIOUS seven various neckties which, accord'\ Union Labor Hall. Old Armory an appetizingdish '
}ng to their taste, are hideous, and as 1 Stuffed, building, at 7'30:: clock.. Businessof and are al- Finest line of ladies' purses and hand bags
color between rock and ,
>many: handkerchiefs a 'woman feels, : Importance and all members are music rolls, collar and cuff boxes, new sty lai
hore is generally that her duty'to.'ber "lord. ready. Pleas-
This
the French \requested to oe present way
'. and master" is at an end. j -- with : < and i collar boxes, card cases, cigar cases, gentlemen
the
Riviera"and here are culti A very good way,: if It' possible to'' I Hear the Big Noise.The ant to taste, and ladies traveling cases. Swellest line
II ated the superbflower ,and is. to find out in a manner not composed of the chock full of nour-
quartette
PECANS S3: in Excellent Xmas '
Pensacola.
: :
give one's self away, what is really ever seen
,1 :' FeloJMcAllister, Ed ishment 10 15 and
i -
nlosxoms .which to. \ following stars ,
are concentr -, Wished for and needed the most -- -- -- "-- Watch
; : Josie Rosenau and Ellis Frater I I I gifts. All useful presents. our big j :
ited for the manufacture. o f help the men tQ "spend a comfortable'comfort -]I WALNUTS, [May With the great Dunham's,at'the opera 20 cents. I i window display. : 1 1I
.. -' evening at home. Think'of'the ] ,house Monday. Dec 10. Tickets on f'
ALLAN'S we derive from 'a' tea gown, orl ALMONDS 1 -- Book"Store.Jackson Campbell's Soups in 21 t.a. 1
JANICE ,PER-. a< kimona, 'wIthin which we" may enfold -', |sale at Cbe's I -.- f. :, 'f.
FUME. ourselves and sit in a big easy I Square Coffee-a New Or- assorted flavors, 10 I -'

chair, by a glowing fire, when the 1-Ib Box Stuffed Figs ..-._.....:25 ctsI leans luxury For sale by all leading cents. .ih ,. : ,

Samples free for the asking. weather turns cold, to finish have up the a I I I Hb Box Stuffed Dates ......20 eta I grocers1, 2 and 4 pound air tight D'Alemberte ;
novel. How few. men W. A.
latest Uns. 25C, SOc and, 100. lli f
$1.00 the ounce. x:- comfortable dressing gown pr bath 1 Assorted Stuffed Dates ....:10 cts, < Sol Cahn & Co. "t .
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rolls; with easf, slippers;, awaltnig 'I - ---- "SencTin your orders now
chairs, when
hijJh.elF-fatorite
they come home in'the evenings, too I Roseoau&GereldsTHE for extra copie's of The Jour- The Pure Food Store. Druggist and Apothecary : t
Hooton's .
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Pharmacy early to retire but still lacking that j : --- nays big Christiliis Edition: $..th est Cine Palatal aid IntendMda f4 ,

The indescribable bring comfort and rest_which FANCY GROCERS t and -will.:be set" :aside Phone_ "J ago 121 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 109 }
Birthplace of Prompt'Oelivery] these things one. f 116 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. they r ; i
< Now what could a man appreciate < I j1'
PHONE 1100 more for a Christmas present than a Phone 391. for you. ." ,


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I i ILllST> OF DESIRABLE. i. Estate, f The Average Mao 11 11I REAL -


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and Insurance. Has paid his landlord

i PROPERTY fOR ',ALE i enough in rent to have

HOMES FOR SALE. I purchased the home in

: One.story dwelling on West Government street, near DeVilliers St $ 950.00 : which he lives, yet he ESTATE RECEIVEDSHOWING

: Spring street, near Romana, with lot 40 feet 91500.-East Cervantes. 5 rooms, bath, JUST

,One-stcry front ...dwelling.........on.............................,....... ............... 3600.00 gas. etc. has no interest in that ".
Block of ground, well situated and containing! 21 dwellings, all new : $1600-East Jackson 5 rooms and halL home. To the averageman
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rent at $1500 per annum if sold at once 11,500.00Desirable
2 and rented $2500-North Hill. 6 rooms and bath, Investment in
the West end.with good'Improvements, rentingat etc. who pays rent, we Safest .
+ $*:S0 per corner annum on .................... ........................ ... 3300.00 gas -
: Baylen street, near Government, property $1200-West Intendencla street comer"F" have this to say- -
on
o Splendid now renting Investment at $740 per annum............. ......... ............. 6850.00 : : street 6 rooms. lot 90 by 125. the WorldPensacola

Desirable piece of property on IntendeneU street, near Palafox .. 6350.00 : $3500 7 rooms all modern North HayneIF If you want to own your All additions, sub-diYisions and

Store West with End.good splendid dwelling business attached.location upon....large......corner.. .....lot.....on....the.. 2650.00 !.SELL.I YOU LET HAVE US ANY KNOW PROPERTY ABOUT TO IT. own home, and will call changes In names of streets, together .

a desirable lots on the comer, fronting the bay, near the business 'WE CAN SELL IT. I is !growing' fast and with all Information necessary to the
Seven center .................................................. 3500.00 i and talk over the situation before a great while will have a buyer or seller of Real Estate, or the
: Ten lots on desirable corner of North Baylen street, splendid Invest- ,- with confi- population of 50000. Buy in any It owner of property in the
men ..... ...............;.................. ................... 1800.00 I us, we desirable will double section in value of the in the city.next

: We can rent or sell a number of houses of 4 rooms, upwards, at once, as : \ dently believe we can five years. If Improved will net
: demand for them. you from 10 to 12 per cent on your City of Pensacola
have a great that
we in home
place .
: Vacant lots also handled by us to advantage. : LESLIE E. BROOKSReal I you a investment.Real .

b We Insure property at lowest rates. can be paid for almost .
I This map is up-to-date in every par-
: : Estate like rent. Estate Owner have 'you ticular.

property of any kind anywhere in S

I iIOOTON & WATSON f and insurance. Pensacola touch with for many sale?investors We are both in PRICES '

in and out of the city. It will -

:. THE RENTAL AGENTS. ," :. Phone 462. 112 S. Palaf x. McDAVID-HYER CO. be will to call our in mutual or write advantage us. if you Mounted Linen .Maps. .. ..on.. .Roller. .. ..and.. $2.00

Pocket Maps .. .. _. .. _. .. .. 50c

0 Real Estate. Insurance and Loans, Agents New York $4250-Gets a very comfortable 7-

LIfe Insurants Company. room, 2-story modern house
Fao-; 37 S. Palafox Street. Phone No. 54. $ convenient to car line and
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Some FineOpportunities 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST., I close in. Leased to Sept. HOOTON & WATSON

..oo..t..........*.."*.+*..".*.M.M. M....**.e..t Phone 700. Pensacola' Fla.. 1, 1907. Bargain. -

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$2500-5 beautiful building lots
HELP WANTED. East Gadsden street. over Real 1 Estate Insurance and LoansNo.
looking the bay, each 40 AV\TED-A strong boy to chew CHIC- Land Scrip. Advise IHIONEJNice 132-6 feet.
LKTS. They will keep him in trim. and price of scrip. .1. D. 37 South Palafox St.
East. LaRua St.
WANTED-Housemaid, white or colored '. 7dec3t to Purchaseallome
U,.- on .prein1e5. Apply 619 North
: Palafos. 6decWAXTEReUab1e trained nurse In town
I LS.BROWN6CO."WE
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cook white or colored -
also flrit-class washerwoman to by experienced book- -
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do family washing. Apply at 518 North best references. Address 5-rom and hall cot- SELL LOTS"
Palafox St. 8dec4t Care Journal. 6dec3t .............+.....t........... + *....+....+..*
tage, new, nicely finished, Phone 918 Thiesen Bldg. .
WANTED-A girl to help around kitchen. by experienced ate-
Good waxes to rIght party. Apply 613 work preferred. Can large front and back gallery,

East Government street. Chas. Erikson.4declw Address 4dsc2w E. L. $900. closets throughout house, l I I NEW CITY LOTS ; I


,W.\XTED-.Four boys with wheels for rent a show window for city water; lot 50 by 137$,
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. office work. Salary $18 per month.. Apply Must be on Palafox $100 cash and balance $1$ per month I FOR SALE.FOR $2 Hi) per I
W. Care Journal. 2dec wanted for a nice clean buys nice four-room house with two lots, on the corner, two blocks f
holida Address Box on hard road at FisherviUe.
WANTED-Lumber marker for export C. >s. Idee from car line nice SALE-At a bargain. a barber's month. No interest, t
mill. Address Home Mill Co.. Bohemia. $850. neighbor-I outfit, good as new; one first-class ,. i
Ideclw"WAXTED German farmer desires hood. Be l barber chair; one dozen excellent
Fla. sure razors'l. A Free
)? expe ebced.Ddu. mugs brushes and combs. j ON EASY TERM: no taxes. :
-3Ja to leara "toa/toer rabe .XynnJiVoja) ) l:>>b 1D7.' f.. '8a-vvimn." so4. ha.Q ba'ise. (!u taai.e I \ ) \\ '\) .wit 'a % )?M. Xrmscrone, Saeads. f?t. fdeclra 4
compieVee VxAa gt..U.Y; a ()' Acideaa .taL t\\M. lot near Little Bayou.
:Few eeXs ; I II
Saturdays shops furnished ne..... Great ld lw. $2,450.00J. 1(FOB SALE-Bargain in (-room cottage I i scac.I :
demand lox grfctosAes. Writ for: cataIoge. $3150. I at Cottage Hill Fla. Terms to suit. One
Itofciw BasViftt Cxrttegft, New Orleans the trick. They ate tt ;'acre Jrult, flowers ana aroen. Address:
La- Ideclw They get to the (Egbert >>ea.'W'. i i
TO houses East Belnvwvl
on fcttfctti
heart and not the waste
Co,. hate will rent for'$3$ per month. i FOR SALE-House and lot at 1013 East I
es Printing

: BOARD AND'ROOMS.Xicely and that> perfectly.makes typewritten Phone 181 $850.One W. Bullock Jr. t Jackson,street 1013 ,East iltOO;Jackson Apply street to G., or.4.Dollistrom i' THE GREATEST BARGAIN SALE OF BUILDING i

representative. 24 West 818 South Palafox. 27novlm

furnished rooms. suitable for Idee .
four-room house North 7th
; l-Sht housekeeping block and half from on avenue Real Estate and Mortgage Loans FOR SALE CHEAP-Second-hand buggies -!
$50 cash; balance $14 per month.
PalafoL Apply between 1230 and 1:30 ED-Prlces, reasonable. s- ,and wagons. If you want a bar-
p. m.. or after &:00 p. au. 213 East Gov- 221 North CaveUos Room 302,Brent Building. gain in a second-hand vehicle of any description i I LOTS EVER OFFERED IN THE CITY OF PENSACOLA I
ernment street. 5dec2w idee $80 Each.Lots call or write W. E. Taylor, Chip
Icy Fla. 2novlm .
FOR P..EXT-One fine double furnished RENT-A large house Phone 637
in the East King Tract between :
front room. with board and bath. Tele- lease it if terms are de Pearl Eagan Home and i* & N. railroad. FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mehlen .
Mrs. A. 1L. Care Jour-
phone 65. on car line a 4declw 27nov $5.00 down and $5.00 per month. & Sons' piano in handsome rosewood I have 40 lots between 9th. 10th and 11th streets and between +
street. Some fine building sites on East HI1L I case. A bargain. Piano ::an be seea I .
FOR SALE. ; by calling at the Randy Kltcben. 3ocL 18th and 19th avenues; two blocks from the East Hill car lint .::
A PLEASANT homelike place to board. educate one of means bright who boy.will 11 -. --- ; I.. block from the..buou.. I offer this property at $2% _OO per lot $ ,I
North Hill.! 2d door from Car line. I .
Phone on S60.NICELY >ly Pearl Eagan Home or FOR SALE and Immediate dellv-ery.'one' down and the balance at $10.00 per month. I \CHARGE \O INTEREST .
FOR SALE CHEAP-100 pine posts. onegirl' automatic tandem compound center
President. 18nov AND NO TAXES AND WILL FURNISH AN ABSTIU''T
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bicycle with foot pump almost crank steam engine of about 150 horsepower
\ FURNISHED ROOMS Table for rent, as stenographer, or D. HALE WILSON & CO. new and one 2-wheel push! cart. Apply and two return tubular boilers 72 S WITH EACH LOT FREE OF COST. This is the cheapest propm .
with or without board. board. and general office Hugh Maloney. 924 North Davis. inches diameter by 1C feet long. For full ever offered on these terms in the City of Pensacola. :
Phone and bath. No.t:
gas Palafox.27nov lady of experience. Ad- 7declw particulars apply Stone & Webster Eng. t

Journal. novlSlt 30 S. PALAFOX STREET Corporation. Box 830, Pensacola. 14nov : JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER SAYS: i

ROOMS-Two famished front rooms. FOR SALE-Just received, fresh flashlights FOR SALE-8 room house,'good location
suitable for light housekeeping. Use stenographer. wishes posi and launch"'batteries. Phone best water in the city, A bargain Apply 4."I: was recently asked by a young man: my opinion as to the .
of phone and bath. Apply 822 East or anywhere InVest PHONE 234 345. E. W. Peake. New Star Laundry I
'Alabama. References. 9th avenue and 16th street. 13novlm safest way to invest a little money. He had a few hundred dollars :
Phone 897. 25nov
Gadsden. or building. |
C.. Care Journal 17nov which, by severe effort he had succeeded in saving out of his weekly .
FOR SALE-One fine wall Case 25 feet
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent at 212 W.I I long 8 feet high, with ribbon case 10 : wages. I advised him to invest in a good house lot in some' suburb
Roup Cure, Chol DECORATIVE EVERGREENS
West Gregory street. 16novlm and mite klTer as well MONEY TO LOAN. Smilax; needle pins holly mistletoe feet long separate. Will make fine display V. close to the city. Land is always there-It cannot run away As i
. FOR RENT-Pleasant furnished room. Egg Proiucer. All window wreaths and other Christmas 'case for any kind of cerchandisa. the population Increases the land also Increases in value. Yes tor
southern exposure, second floor. Corner a splendid grade of UNLIMITED amount money to loan on decorations. Miss Annie Jordan. 115 Apply to E. IA.. Reese 17 North 20novlm Palafox. a small .investment there is no surer, safer, better investment than :
10th! avenue and 12th street, near East make jour fowS lay. F. all kinds personal property. on short North Spring street. Phone 1535. 4dec2w i this."
Hill 'ar line. llnov ., Pensacola. Fla Phone notice. Terms easy. Get my rates before FOR SALE CHEAP-Large concert talk. .

j 7nov going elsewhere. Star Loan Co.. 116H FOR SALE-Good buggy with top andbeen ing machine and 50 select disc records.A THESE LOTS ARE GOOD NOW they are near the car line,
i Palafox.
South 4novlm used two months-cheap. Leslie E. snap for lovers of music. B. E. Haw- i :
kinds beer bottles. I pay near the bayou in the coming residence district of Pensacola and
STRAYED. Brooks. 112 South Palafox. 4declw ley. 301 West Chase City. dec
!r h&Ilotall leading brands $5000.00 to loan on good security. Pensa. you cannot buy lots for CASH in this neighborhood for less money
whisKies, and still
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well-establlihnd. coigh cola Investment Company. SOoct FOR SALE-10,000 acres round timberland i Ask anyone who knows the value of this property, and they will tell i
Skinner's FOR SALE-200-arpent country place 7
STRAYED from
mill bay
12,600 saw mill timber and
IJ" Roth, corner Tarragina MONEY LOANED on real estate miles from Pensacola. short mile west saw you this is true.
i :orsc with cropped tail. Finder will and mill. 32-room hotel at a bargain. Several .
Sts. .
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''ft please return to Robinson's Livery oct personal property on short notice. of Olive station and postoffice known as farms and town
I Stable. SOnovlw I. Terms easy. ;J. W. Dullard 23 H South .mile house on old Jackson road, 30 acres good Gentry & Setterlind; Coipley properties.Write Fla. : I believe at a conservative estimate that these lots will increaseIn :
Diamond. Tailor.
tl : Palafox st. Phone 1141. fenced and cross-fenced. with woven wire value 40 cent. the time
: cleaned pressed and re i I I 23septi. per by they are paid for on these terms.
cleared, :
fence balance partly partly fine
r PERSONAL. notice. No. lift West i I CAN LEND TOUR :MONEY at eight timber. Fine oaks, pear chestnut and ',i. 1 : .
Pensacola. Fla. I per cent. U you have any that you other tree Stream ,running through; FOR SALE-Forty acres land, well timbered .
want Interest on, see me about it. It many springs on place: also horse, buggy good house. 1V4 miles east of I 1 Real Estate and Insurance :
t, DKXR BILL-After a cigar. chew aCHICLEJT. R. BIngham! wants your I will be absolutely safe on real estate harness. wagon and farming tools; 3 1- Olive, Fla. Address Jas. T. Gerelds. P. O. LESLIE E BROOKS
p .i"W Phone hauling 630.Ho guarantees security. Leslie E. Brooks. Phone 462.MbNETT0LOANEverybody room houses. 1 50-foot stable. with two Box 164. City. 9novlm : I I Phone 462 112 S. Palafox Si :
f... rooms; 1 25-foot barn and other out-
Merchants Transfer borrows houses. Suitable for sanitarium. country FOR SAJOR TRADE-Seven H. P. t +
t FOUND. wff': ;,-; and. hauling. Co.All money from Jno. A. Hall & Co.. 14&E. club, factory brewery or stock farming. wood mill; complete order. Will cut ............................. .. .............
<1. T. B. Thoreau. Government St. When In heed caU Reason for selling-owner has no one to twenty cords of wood per day; terms to I
978. on us.MONET menage place. Great,bargain as investment right party. or will trade for stock or -
FOUND-The only chewing gum used in or for one looking for good farming other property. Address J. A. .Donalson.
polite society-CHICLETS.MISCELLANEOUS.. kinds of electrical LOANED on all kinds of personal land. For particulars address E.V.. DeFunlak Springs. Fla. 23nov2w* .
I of electrical work. property on short notice.: Terms Peake. Pensacola. Fla. New Laundry FOIR SALE!
supplies When batteries you easy.Phone J 1165.. B. Gray & Co., 2 W.. Romana.Itch building. East Chase street. idee FOR SALE-Thoroughbred pedigreed ]For Slalnel
c? 955. E. W. -
|i Peake. Pointer Puppies. $10 and $15. Signed.
I Bldg. E. Garden. Ur'LIMlTED'amount of money to loan PXXM'CANAL EDITION of The Bagdad Kennelsv Bagdad. Fla. llnovlm
NOTICE-When in ned of fresh bread on all kinds of personal property. Special ;Journal magnificently illustrated
and fancy pastries go to the West End : -. sacks of all de rates to business men on large magazine, containing scores of view of FOR SALE-A fine tract of land near $1350 For: one of the pw
Bakery Corner Chose and Cojle streets If out of town. ship loans. The New York Loan Co.. 204% the city and harbor. For pale :t all city. Part heavily timbered; part sites on East Hill '
or ring phone 1518. 6declw in them town.to ring us at us up corner at No.of South Palafox. book mall stores 20 cents.or at The Journal olfice.b.u By t East cleared.Gadsden.Call phone 2S5; or address ISnovlm 1102 Cash or- InstallmentPlan. lots facing east on 1.

MATTRESS AND FUn."ITURE-Mat- : Sts. F. S. Mellen & $2100-Buys a new. modem '

tresses made to order and also reno- I FOR SALE-Half-Interest In one of the FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-Half block tage. near car line on !-. I
\ated. new ticks furnished. New and HOTELS."w" COLOREDLODGE.. best furniture houses in South Alabama. hi New City, near Bay View park; will $3200 This is rr-
second-hand furniture modern or antique I I Reason for selling to devote more timeto exchange for cottage or sell cheap if a bargain for
bought and sold. Davis Manufacturing I.' O. S & D. of St. L. other interests. Call on or address W. taken at once. Mrs. R. Owsley, 1308 E. $2600 room two-story real! improvements
Co., 114 East Belmont street. i S. Sheppard. Florala, Alallnovlm Strong. 21novlm- large '
: Piion 771. 24norMISS I 'khart. Ala.. Howard Council No. 1 and Bethle- For 106 East Garden street, a very near in on East Hill
mpnt. newly reno\ated. hem Council No. 2, Independent Orderof FOR SALE-111 acres excellent pineappleand desirable 4-room and hall cottage.
S : LEILA REESE has fresh cut flowers and all accommoda Sons and Daughters of St. orange land on Jupiter river; excellent -
on .hand. Orders taken for special to traveling men. Luke market; close to railroad; three
Send in
occasions._" Phone :S:. 18novlmWAGO to weekly boarders. J. meets 2nd and 4th Wednesday nightsof miles from ocean; some Improvements; your orders now $850. Co YAEGER
28nov each month at their hall on Tarra. healthy locality. Address J. E. BenefMd.! for extra copies of The
AND CARRIAGE SHOP-We gona between Intendencia and Ro Aycock. Fla. 8nov Jour For west one-half of block 273 of the
! are now in our new quarters. 214 E. -DeFuniak: Springs. New 200 Thiesen
nal's big Christmas Editionand City Tract on the east side of 15th Building.
also streets. D. Howard F. C. H. for
, Inttndencia. entrance at 215 Romana. rooms. elegant Meals: mana FOR SALE-$2500 cash Remington avenue between 19th and 20th streets.
and prepared to do everything In .wagon sample rooms. Special Rev. C. H. Jones Secy., No. 1 Frank Typewriter in first-class writing order; they will be set aside -- Phone GSG.LANARK.
; an.1 carnage building and repairing E. men. Rates 12.00 Scott F. C. H, Stella'Dawson. reason for selling have no use for same
Secy.
L. Herring. Phone 123; City. Uoct.SI.VTTRESSE3 .. Brown. Prop. J I here. Address "B" Care Journal for
No2 novlO-lmpd Zlnovlm you.
Honey to loan at lowest. market rate ------ -- -
RENOVATET.veMr tick ; ."-Open all the of interest.
furnished if desired. Guaranteed. Carpet and European plan.
i : taken up and matting laid. Leave rates. First-class in Mortgages on real estate in this city
I orders at Watson.: I'arker Reese Co.'s. Pleasant and conven bought and Bold.
Wesley' Duncan. sept L. Bowen. Prop.. Pensa WRITE YOUR WANT AD HERE. All of the Maxent Tract west of "C"
On Mexico.
-- l apr street now for sale. the Gulf of
iit. PORTER. sallraaker. 711 South
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Hunting and teaton now'
. a Palafox"n:nss.! camp street stools Orders and taken house for tents cots Open Rooms night light and and day.clean.Eu Send it to The Journal office day or night. When you need help, have anythingto Oyster beds within fishing easy reach.

; etc. Prices reasonable 3ljan solicited. 575-579 South

';:, SHIP CHANDLERS zle Ovting I S. Nicolau. Prop. sell, rent, exchange, or wish to purchase anything try a want ad. They do the Fisher Real Estate Agency place Offers to spend exceptional part of the advantage winter mont'i.11

. &; Co. wholesale and retail ship crand- I work. .
4 lers and grocers. Only first-class .aous LANARK INN.

i of kind in city. Fair prices to all. I RENT. COLLECTION OF RENTS A Under new management modern ,",*.

t WILTON UPHOL3TERINO SHOP: -Willie well kept; will afford special attentiai
I Elms Proprietor. Furniture repairing : furnished 8-room SIX ORDINARY 'WORDS ,ONE LINE. I II SPECIALTY. hunting and fishing parties.
, of all kinds carpets laid, furniture Hill second door from
1 packed for shipping. Phone 63. particulars address No. 8 CAKE I Pone 87. 208 S. Palafox St Reached by the Georgia. Florid *
: Next to Tampa landing. %% Idec II I Alabama Railway. Convenient scheai
I Tourist rates now In effect.
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I' : 1L ALFMAN-Tin. Copper and nice double stores on
, :" Iron Worker; cornice work and skylights street. between Pala CREW NOTICE. For hotel accommodations: : write L"
! ':' a specialty; roofing guttering Inquire at the Fisher Neither the Captain. Ownersnor ARK INN. Lanark. Fla.
', '; repairing 109 East Government ::nov I I,1 I Consignees of the British ,
house building. Phone 560. a steamship Daybreak. will be For schedules railroad rates. etc. ff '<

.. phone 1316. I I R. Bingham has storage : responsible for debts con- J_ H. McWILLIAMS
suitable for funJturr : _. tracted by the crew of said Gen. Pass. RgentBainbrldge
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. ------- 104 and 106 South Tar- 1 I I : I It vesseL LOW. Captain. G.

i i ; LOST. I Phone 633. _, __ W. S. KETSER CO., Consignee.

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CREW NOTICE. Send in orders r -'
LOST-String of prayer beads garnets ADOPTION. t .Ii Neither the Captain. Ownersnor your'
I t -" on Palafox street. Sunday morning.eward '. Consignees of the Nor for extra copies of The .j.jnars
I .. for return to Clara Bell 32:!! >< ,bark Chas Racine will be responsible -
Romana. -One orphan boy, 7 for debts contractedby big Christmas L \ _
i < : be given for adoption Rat..5- rate on a' want ad filling the above space is 25 cents first insertion the crew of said vcseeL .'
LO 5T-One laprobe Tuesdav morning. parties. For particulars G. WAAGE. and they will be set a-- (e

I, \L--Reward. NDD1ana.for return to Ben Dunham.SUeclw 4 i jI i an. Home or Mrs., 18noT Wm.I and 5 cents ? day for each additional consecutive insertion. Send cash yiith the ad A. ZELIUS Consignee Captain. for you.



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If you; demand a MARKET REPORT SHIPPINI NEWS fJ 1 .DIRECTORY ; ; 'H

good whiskey you generally get it .9

otherwise you don't. Good .
PROFESSIONAL. '
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whiskey is beneficial to mankind. NAVAL STORE '
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Always specify the brand. Get ,
stores market closed to-day as follows: Twilight, Br ss, Morris. 2260, Charles -

acquainted with a good brand. \\'w ................................'100 Buy to nto the W. S. Keysw Co. Attorney At Law. '
\YG ..........."... .. ..675 Sailed Yesterday.
Make it your point to meet old N ................"."I"I..!"...."...6 25 Lord Stanley Br ss, for Bremen: Offices Fisher BuDdIrI Palafox street '
.................. Will praeticA In all the state and United ,
MARK ROGERS the brand: of ? ................5 50 '
'K ...................................6 15 VESSELS IN PORT.- States Courts.. Twenty-three years experience. -
gooJ whiskey that's served at all I, ............-............*.......... 4 40 Whisky 6t m.'t1p' :. I 1 T
places. I* ...........................410to415 ._ Alfred Menzele Ger ss Jorgensen, 128S, Quaker'Rye -
good G| ...........................355to400 i St. Ylnc nt. to H. Baars & Co. T. G. YATES. M. D.
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MARK ROGERS is a whiskey! F ...........................390to397> That has the Boltenhall Br BB, Simmons, 23)7, Bremen ,

E ...........................3 S3 to 3 :95 to Gulf Transit Co. ,
made for men who appreciate D ....... reputation Cayo Largo Br es, Davey. 2223. Tarn- Optician.
| ....................385to395
something just a little better- C ....................". ......3 80 to 3 85 pico to Gulf Transit Swed Co. 306 Thiesen Building.Twenty .
Helsingburg ss. Schrie!. 1422HueKa :
it's old mellow and It Spirits ,Turpentine (% cents. Tor Purity. : to Slyer: Bros. /
pure. Hamburg. Ger ss, Matthlesen, 14SS t. years' experience at an Em C
builds you up; and the PensacoU Cotton Market. Rotterdam to the W. S. Keyser Co. Specialist Examination free.

.:f: flavor is delightful. The following Pensacola cotton Quotations It is just as easy tose- Ayres Bay break to the. Br W.ss.S.Keyser Low. iota Co.() Buenos rrnTrrrnTn'11oooooo3nL.C.PHILLIPSPh.M. -

No better whiskey are furnished by S. P. O'Conor & cure the article Ida Span ss, Arano 2160, Liverpool tc ,
pure
I Co., F. O. B. cotton brokers Pensacola, Gulf Transit Co. is the utmost good in -
made. All goo.* places I Florida: forthesa.mcnioneythatyoupay Ships. 1 whiskey.

sell it-but you'll Good middling .......................10% for the adulterated If don AvanU.to order.Nor Chip. Anderson, 1648. Lon Homeopathic. t' (,

\ have to ask for it. Strict irWdJlng ......................ION Ferreira, Port ship. Barros Listen Millions I PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. i
/ Middling .............................10% Pure Whisky is what to master. 606 spent to prepare Office and Residence 12 N. Palafox. .
It: costs the dealer Strict low middling ................. 9% you Harbinger Rue ship 1399 Algoa Bay ?

\ I more. Low middling ........................ j I IJOBBERS' want, ask for ,,' j* .j* .4 j* to master. I a perfect product- HoursOtolla.m.ltoSp.m.Phone *S. .. 4
Ingrid. Nor ship. DanneU. 1260.. Antwerp years
to McK. Oerting & Co. .00900080090000000800000300Frederick. j
QUOTATIONSPENSACOLA "JESSB MOORE""AA" Lena. Ital ship, Tassara 1581. Londoi taken to it.Don't '
.
ripen M. ElounU
: BLUTHESTHAL& B1CKART to order. cIDX Aucfeld. F. '
\ Barks. AUSFIELD & BLOUNT .1' .

"B & B""THE The PRODUCE. N. GOIJ3RING. Montevideo Afredo. Uruguajan to H.: H. Thornton.AUblld. t>k. M lagas..-. 9S7 ? let the dealer Architects i 1 ,

following are the quotations on DISTRIBUTOR. Swed bk. Svensen. 133!. Durban give t ,
produce In the Pensacola market: PENSACOLA. FLA. to master. S1 -S14 Brent Bid3. 4J MOMS Bldg..
CHEAT BIG HOUSE, Creamery Butter per pound. 30 to S2c. Andrea Nor bk. Quale. 114 Durban t< .: PensacoU Fla. Montgomery, Ala.
Renovated Butter per Ib. 15 to 26. master.C. you just "whiskey.

ATLANTA; Cream Cheese, daisies 16c Handled Exclusively by- B. Whldden Br bit. Morrison 349, WM. A. BORMANS, .
Cream Cheese, singles 15c. THE GEM SALOON, Las Paimas to Southern. States Lumber Phone 16, Lewis Bear & Co., ,
Country Eggs 27 to She 5 404-408 Palafax St. and 2-10 Main St Architect and Superintendent L
Guaranteed under the National Pure Grown chickens per dozen, $a to $6. Riera & Schad, Props. Co.Campbell.. Nor bk. Hausken 1100, Fla Office' -335 Brent Building IPf
-od and Drugs Act.M1LLAN. Ducks. Per dozen J5.60 to $6. Stavanger to :McK.' Oerting" Co. Pensacola Phone 223. PenMcola' Fla. ,
Irish Potatoes, Michigan. per bu. 70 to Charles Racine. Nor bk, Waage, 1526, I '
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- -- I II HICKS'CAPUDINE Genoa to master.
Irish Potatoes. N. Y.. per bu.. 80 to S3c.:; Chacma Nor bk Jorgensen 657, -:- SECRET SOCIETIES.PENSACOLA 1 .IL1
Sweet Potatoes. per bu., 85 to SOc. Fleetwood to oraer. t
? BROS.CO.I Yellow Onions per busnel. 85 to 8Sc. Hereford Nor bk. Jensen 13SO Rosarh,
,
Red Onions per bu.. 85 to 90c. to order. -.. LODGE. NO. .3. 1 4'
Spanish Onions in crate $1.40 to t.r.. Heimdal Nor .bk. Hensen. 1354. BuD I Pensacola Lodge, No. J. K. of P. [i V ,-
......' : CURESACHES to order. meets every Monday evening at 7:30 .- p,. '
: Holland Seed Ib., %
Cabbage
.c..1J"ESTIlI.s omestic Cabbage. per per crate. $2.25. Humberto. Span. bk. 1111. Battle Havana Coronet Old Tom and Dry Gin o'clock at their temporary Castle Mail ,, -
Lemons bo\l.25 to $4.50. ALL to order.Ingebiorg. over Pou's stabl:.. West Intendencia St. .. t.
luRPE per p.. Nor bk. Bid 1250 East Lon. VisIting brethren cordially welcomed. '. F
to $3 00. .,
$2.73
Limes per crate And Nervousness '
Jon to order. E- H. DENNARD. C. C. -
'' i $2.00.Apples (Ben'Davis). per bbl $3 to $3.: .- .___._./ f rial bBUle lite Atdntfitertl Isabel Browne Rus bk. Lindquist 1231, IL HORSLER, K. of R. i a ,'
Hull to master.
Apples, best variety $3.50 to $3.75. Kink Oscar IL Nor bk. Johnson 752,
Oranges per box, $2.75 to $3. Rosario to A. Zelius.Lilla. DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA. 'V"
Oranges (Flonda), per box: $2.75. Real Estate Transfers. Nor bk Aanonsen, 1030 Santo Naomi Lodge No. 10 Daughters of'
Grape :Fruit per box. $3.75 to $t. I to order. Rebecca Tneeell: Monday nicht att '
Tomatoes bushel crates. $1.65; to $1.75 Following Is a list of the real estate Lluis Uruguayan bk Lopez. '700 Havana H. DeSILVA & COMPANY o'clock F. ball. Visiting -
sisters cordially invited to be present.
Geese, per dozen. $9. transfers recorded yesterday furnished by to order. .
Turkey. per pound. 13 to 16<:. OoA' L}-Bglint, Nor bk Hansen 1332, Swakopsnund \ MRS. :J. T. PULLIAM. N. G.
the Pensacola Abstract
bu 75 to 80c. MKS. HATTIE NEVILLE. See.
Rutabagas per DEEDS. to McK. Oerting & Co. _ _ _
Malaga Grapes. per bbl. $5 00 to $5.50.
Maria Ger bJ[, French 11:%. KIngLynn ] Wi.
Cranberries per bbl. $11.60 to $12.50. December 6, 1906. to master. RATHBONE LODGE NO. 30.
C. L. Wiggins to Chas. A. Hilbun-Lots Rathbon Lodge. No. 13, Knights of '
:Marina Madre Ital bk, Slmonotta, Material
4 and 5. block 64. New City Tract$250.00.Mary 1468. Genoa to order. : 'I Building Pythias meets every Thursday night at
ENGLISH SPORT. Strains to T. J. Welch-Beginning Negpore. Nor bk. OJerdsen 112S Eas Castle Halt Members of sister lodges I
at a stake SO feet west of the center of Slate for and visiting brethren cordially Invited. '
London to A. ZeliULOllvarl. : Shingles and Roofing '
ASK FOR It Aboond. In Graft That TVoald X64 southeast the P. & parallel P. R. K.with track said, thence railroad running track Ital bk,' Costa, Genoa to or /I,,, to C.attend.J. LEVET. KJ.R.M&ROPER S.M. C. C. 1,

,Be Tolerated Here. 63 feet thence southwest 180 feet thence der.Ophelia, Nor bk. Larsson. 1127 Bahl; I Patent Plaster Store Fittings
It tbere Is any man on this earth northwest 63 feet. thence northeast 180() Blanca to Gulf Transit Co. j I K. B. A. No. 81. meets first and ,. ;
feet to point of beginning, being in block Pallas Nor bk. Johnson, 1219 Ply third Wednesday evenings at 7.30 p. m..
MAGNOLIA FARM white or black who Insists that bva: 198. Maxent Tract-J 1.00 and other valu- mouth, to A. Zellua. : W Everything for House Building Raffurd Hall, No. 10 West Inten ends ,
able considerations. O. FELL, PreJ. '
in must be Robert Scrafton. Nor bk !r1orthl'nsen66f. treet. 'A. hit
sport
competitive .
expenses W. A. Armlstead et al. bv Special Muter Barbadoes to McKenzl Oerting I.. SWEENEY Secy. : a
no drain on 'himself, that man Is the to C. L. Bannerman-The west % of : I and Repairs.

British And be la .quite right. An the northwest H of iaec. 8, Tp 1 N, R 31 Co.Superb, Nor bir. Web, 1934, Antwerj PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 4. I. O. O. F. I
W. 80 aCI'E's-$500.00. to A. Zelius & Co. Peosacola Lodge. No. 4. I. O. O. F..
CANE SYRUP amateur should be neither in'nor out a Mary T. McArtbur by Special Master to Uniac Port bk, Cacbin, 891, Rio Ja mesas every Thursday evening at 7.JO i '
The Pensacola Investment Co.-Block 95;;, niero to mast.r. at the new hall on Belmont and Baylen : '. .t
dollar. It is entirely that his .00. '
proper Petterson's Addition-$1200 Schooners. streets. Visiting brethren cordially tnvited. -
club his college, hIs association or such Doris. Am sen. Eastman. 110 Haven B. R. WITKOVSKY. N. Q. ,". ,
Staff members of Naomi Rebekah to J. A. Merritt & Co. A. KERLK. Secretary ; : : '
Always collection of bodies as he represents Lodge No. 10. I. O. O. F., will meet at Donna Christina. Am sen, HcLeod. 163 i'J-! )

should pay his legitimate! expenses their hall to-night at 8 p. m. sharp for Belize to master.Barkentlnes. All Successful Business w.o.w. ; .J
practice. A full, attendance is requested. Live Oak Camp No. 1. W. O. w.. -' -
wLen he' to for that -
WAS ia sent compete Beatrice Ital bktn. Marchen, Savona tc< .(
meets In Pythian haS t&e tat and 3rd !
college or club or association or union. The thy of Great Britain. master. ,. Wednesdays: in each raonth., Visiting \ '
Thyra Dan bktn. Rasmunsen 2(0, Bar
England 'goes much farther and gives Unless we command the sea we cannot baUoes to order. MenWill tiverelcns cordt&Dy Invited. p '
Pure F. A. BOGinCH c. c.
much more latitude in the matter of keep open the roads by which our LESLIE: E. BROOKS. Clerk. '. 1'1
expenses than we do. In cricket for people are fed.' Britain has In efcctceu The climax: of a good meal-a cuj
of Jackson Square Coffee. Ask yOU] tell you that the first dollar: deposited in the bank 'The celebrated Frencn drip coffee I
example "amateur" players in England e-J to be a coautry. She is now !
before there was a grocer for a free sample. was the first stone in the foundation of their success.Don't Jackson Square. No premiums. Sold : .
whose services are desired for the considered from -the political and military !"' 1
strictly on It3 merits. Ask for it at ...4' "
county championship series are literally point of view a city, though a .
Origin of. the Balloon.The ,
"Food Bill. "found dnrlng the entire season. city with very large perks and pleas- word balloon meant "a iarg Hesitate I your grocers. !' :.

No of this kind could exist In and kitchen gardens in whichto > +
graft annces of H l.t:
I. -
balL" To Moplgolfler Annonay Joppa Ledge No. 6. O. O. Ft
America without raising such a stormas 'grow her Bowers' (fruits and Te e- France, the invention or_ t&e oaiioon H Bat strat right to-day and follow the path. that surelyleads 3oppaLodgeNo.GLO.O.Pneeta t' .r j

SCARRITT MORENO. I -Would blow the whole thing to tables A city from the point of Tiew credited. It is said that be was led to to success. every Rafford Tuesday Hall Corner evenlne Baylen: at 7.30 and o'clock Belmont at j;,' i, %

SAFES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. kingdom come. Nor would we tolerate of be described asa place -
war may turn his attention to balloon: making Sts. Visiting brethren cordially favited. 1' -
Agent for Diebold Canion.! Safe Ohio.and Lock Co., the conditions'that obtain in English : :which ,If besieged long enough must from the following incident: A French : Save'i C. U SMITH. N. C. ; : f i'I 1 ,;

Office and Salesroom-23 E. Gov. St. track athletics and "amateur" foot fall, since supplies! once consumed cannot laundress wishing to dry a petticoat C. I* WILKINS. Secretarr.
,
which la covert be Britain! to '; ;
ball. both of are steeped replenished. answers quickly, placed it on a basket work "j

professionalism. And as for Junketing this description. The moment the sea frame a store to prevent the The money thoughtlessly spent will work for you if deposited > 'f. t ,'J '
over Pensacola. St. Andrews and .
Florida and Alabama -why, that comes near to being roads to her are closed by an enemy beat from escaping by the opening at in'our Savings Department Four per cent interest 3\

the Englishman's alter go-it is a part she is. ipso facto in a state of siege the top of the petticoat she drew the paid.FIRST. Gulf Steamship Co. "''J i\ -r .: :

LAND COMPANY of the English game. You might as Face to face with a need 83: imminent! belt strings closely together and tied STEAMER TARPON. ; f" '

well deprive him of his dearest pos It would be madness for us to give I I them. Gradually the garment dried FIRST-CLASS W. C. BARROW PAS E'iOER, Master AND ; i "

Manufacturers of liesion-hls prejudice for Instance-as any consideration to what we hope or and became lighter, and as the stove FREIGHT fcERVICE. \ >

and Dealers in deprive him of hIs junket. Let the believe are the Intentions of this or I out beat and rarefy -Between-- 'i4 '
continued to give PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHICOLA 1\{
LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHIN stewards figure up how many good that foreign power. All that we can 'the air concentrated under the basket NATIONAL BANK( CARRABELLE. ST. AN f' :.
U.ES AND KILN.DRIED SAP. American dollars have to satisfy how to DREWS. MILLVILLE. 1I t I '
gone rightly do In coosiderins! : secure 1 began to {
the petticoat
work frame And all points on St. Andrews Bay, .
-- this national predilection through the our national safety and Independence move and finally rose in the air. This OF PENSACOLA FLADesignated rabell and Aealachlcola.SCHEDULE, j t :

medium of cricketers golfers and oth- la to count ships and guns and to com- so astonished the laundress that she Leaves Pensacola Sunday I:30 p.Car't''t't' '

GULF CITY COFFEE CO. er English athletes that have visited pute the units of naval: efficiency.-.. and asked them for Mobile Aia. f'J
her neighbors
9 ran to Depositary of the United Stat ,. Leave 1 Pensacola Tuesday. (:-2Q p. i .
us.-Caspar: Whitney in Outing Maga. London Spectator.A < .
sight. .
the strange MlllviU
H. P. CHIPMAN, Manager. to'come and witness for St. Andrews. Apalaehleola, If !J
zine. Carrabel1e and intermediate points. It.
: those that : (
Boasters Blenders and Shippers of! ShootIng Gallery Secret. I Montgolfler was among in W. H. Knowlea President. W. K. Hyer, Jr. \To.- s14.at and Caihler.Thos. : For additional information nroly to r I ..-
came in. The petticoat suspended Asl't Cashier. W. N. Roberts, Ats't Cashier. J. R. SAUtfOERS :
.
this ball?" said W. Brent .R. COBB. President.General .i ; ".
PRESERVES. "Do see glass
Fine Coffees ODD you I. midair suggested greater things to Directors-F. C. Brent. W.A- Blount, W. H. Knowles. W. K. flyer Jr IE Frt. and Pa.. Agt Pelt. 'r
the shooting gallery man. It was a.. him and he returned home with! P. G. Brent i,

OUR COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL Peach Leather of the South and Wild ball of hollow glass an airy glass soapbubble "something to think' about. He at 1 <
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3ROCERS. GIVE THEM: A TRIAL Roc Jam of Europe- that had swung all season at studying works on dHrerI I -'- .

Perhaps the oddest of all jams (some the end cf a thread In the foregroundof once ent kinds began of atmosphere, and the invention 1 BIDS WANTED -f', :

'"---- of which is imported into this country) the day pipes, bells and what not the result !, ,
of the balloon was
is made from a red pulp obtained from that had made up the gallery's targets C.W.LANAR.PrtsKent OHM PFEIFFER Asatsta,,I CisVM. and win be received until December 10. ; '1 :
wild I tUU.Yite.Pr*& 1 the seed vessels of the common "This glass tall, the man went on, "Is K.E. '
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Aecepted.French
Coal and Wood Ko Excuse douse from lot If CommIssioner's street 3 1 _
rose of Europe. It is brick red in color my great money maker. All season officials are said to be par- \VooIgey, to lot 4, Broadway and one -* ltt.5Til; .
is in flavor BANK hon"* from Commllsl'", "'s street, No 12, "
and as might be imagined long people tried to hit this ball-It la their discipline of THE AMERICAN NATIONAL 1.
strict '
ticularly to No. IB on the earn street The' p e- m. { ,
tVe deliver Ice. Coal Charcoal and entirely unlike any other known kind was bigger and nearer than: another tourists. A lately returned traveler cial conditions: can be seen at the office J" r. '

*ood anywhere In the city. We can of presen target-and everybody failed. Thou- several more or less apocryphal CF PfASJCOlA. (14. of MrKenzl Vrtlng ft Co., Pcnaaeola jl: : 1 p '.

i.ppy you in any quantity and out In parts of the south what is knownas sands of bullets were fired at the ball tells stories to illustrate the state of affairs. and to reject G. R.any Wllkina.and all bide Warrinston.Is rea rved.Right '1', 1! to.

K-nlce Is always prompt. "peach leather" i* made from peach thousands of nickels were spent on It, An American lost his footing slipped Opera House Building. P. J. McKENZIE OERTING.; "

Steam and Domestic Coal. Juice which Is put into bright pans and yet here It Is, still untouched my best down an embankment and fell Into a DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. t :, : t.

Wood tut Any Size. dried In the sun. In the dry state it breadwinner. All wise shooting gallery !- shallow pond. As he scrambled I DESIGNATED AN ORDINAFCE.'! f 1 : '

looks a good deal like leather and is men hare a glass ball like: this. It small embankment to the CAPITAL STOCK, tfOO.OOQ. SURPLUS W.000. To Be Entitled an -dlnafe- to grant to .", ;
E. G. SEWALL dripping up the J. E. Taylor, his hei% and attic"- t ., '
without further prcparatlonkeep- cakes such a tempting target yet it is '
eaten
footpath he was confronted by an DIRECTORS. the right to construct a spur track l t
Phones 614363. 26 N. Tarragona St Ing for an indefinite time. never hit. It Is never hit because the law. across Garden street In the City of Pen :i, f,
arm of the : 4 1'
There is commonly manufactured In air that precedes a gun charge is sufficient "Your name? Your address demanded Henry L. Co inglon, Frank Reilly, E. Brswner. Be aeola.it Ordained Florida.by the Mayor and Boardor ,!;-' i /:

Turkey a similar product from grapes, to blow the ball aside out of this uncompromising person J. M. Pf eWer, W. S, Rosasco, C. W. Lamar Aldermen of the City of Pensacola: 'n jo 1 .II: 11
T. F. cGourin. J. R. Saundcrs That J. E. Taylor his heirs, : j -
the juice being evaporated to the con- the way. You might fire a tundred ran Dunnody Section 1. .. 3 '
notebook in band. 0. E. Maura and v 1lls.: be and are hereby cranirl "
f
W. MHton
QUALITY AND NO sistency of molasses.! Some flour Is shots at it, but. like a living thing, likea "But I fell" began the astonished A. M. ""cry. Dr. W. J. Hannah "kKuzleOertJng the privilege and right to build and construct if i ,

PREMIUMS. mixed with it, and the stuff is spreadIn tinill soldier, for instance, it woull W. L.; Canthon, E. Clark. a spur track for the purpose of ;-..j,, .
onlThe 1. Co\Ington,
Ameri an. "I ) Alex McGovtin, C. having transported thereon and tbers- -,
thin sheets upon muslin, being then dodge each sh6t"Mary waved his arm. "It Is for- over cars moved by steam or other loco ( .

exposed to sunshine for a couple of bidden man to bathe In this lake," he said IiHtj CluitlufS ;cr net &tUI: !, J3.W: II4 $LLS the year. friTtta ciruacs. motives from a point on the north I'ne ''. ? ;-
coovtaleace of customers. of Garden street which is two hundred -
the
Anderson'sotcc.. in cccaection! Icr
days. firmly. "1 ara not here to listen to and seventy-six (%7') feet from the
'JacksonSquare" In the same oriental country: walnutsare Miss Anderson's voice was' : always extenuating circumstances." Four cent interest Paid on Tim. Deposits. northeaat corner of Tarragona street and :' '

strung upon twine and her predominant charm. Certain tonesin per Garden street southeasterly to a point .. ,
commonly on the south line of said Garden strest .1.
after coating them with a mixture of it-so thrilling so full of Wild passion Tr_.. which Is one hundred and fifty-five (15S
molasses and sugar are dried. and inexpressible melancholywent IfVorr feet from the east line of Manresa street. : ,
grape It Is.rather a pity that our hickories Sec. 2. The track of wM: spur shall ': .
Travelers bound on long Journeys fre- straight to the heart and brought be so laid and maintained as to permit j: '. "
highest appreciationfrom
qusntly these strings of nuts tears Into the eyes. The voice is the should receive THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK vehicle to pass across the same at aay '" ".,' -,
carry ..
us when they are yielding up point on Garden street except that allotted i' 1 k,
nourishment in concentrated exponent of the souL You can paint '
which afford much their substance in roaring flames in our PENSACOLA to sidewalks and said grantee. his !";
JAVA BLEND shape.In your face, you can pad your person. forest heirs and assigns/; shall keep' tbs space : '
( ) nowhere In the -
California a delicious sirup is you can wear a wig.; y/ra can walk la : world fireplaces.can For we find a genus of trees A General Banking Business Conducted on a Safe .j-.d Cc .er/ct: between for eighteen the ivite(1*>of trocbes Mid spur on track each side and I E' .

made from orange juice which of shoes that augment your height, you attractive Basis. thereof In as good repair and condition,

Roasted CoffeeThis course is quite rich in susar. And in. can In various ways change your body, that is, as a whole the more bicoria. and of the same material..U. M thereof th. streetand shall =
and valuable than genus Cashier. sidewalk on each .
nrt. Bushnell. ,
Virginia watermelon sirup which Is but your voice will sooner or later: reveal hickories are beautiful In Correspondence! Ucited"R. kept and maintained by the city o* .1be ; 1 :

said to be particularly delicious is not you as you are. Just 'as the styleof Most of the Pensarola. If at any time the portion o( .
is one of the ,finest summer when their glossy foliage is at said street adjacent to said track sbafl I,
unknown as a local uct.-Phlla.del- the writer discloses his character, bU heirs '
pro an
said grantee.
turns the
world. You this foliage be paved.
clends In the en- In autumn '
Its oest.
of the voice discloses W. R.QUINA.. also between the sal4 ;: ;
phia Press. so the quality RM.. CART. J. W. DORR. assigns shall pave
joy Xew Orleans luxury for the color of uncoined gold and when FS.REEaE. \lce-President. Cashier. AJI.filttant.ca.bfer.THE rails and eighteen Inches on each aid* I" i,
nature. It President ,
actor's seems unlikely I
oredUast while drinking this the leaves .there Is revealed an thereof with I the sam material and hj 't
of :
bare
Miss Anderson's melting tragic BANK OF PENSACOLA.CAPITAL that the rest of cat* t f
coffee. Only packed In 1, 2, I that oakllke twist to the branches which PEOPLE'S the same manner and shall in all : 1 Iotht'r
be paved;
shall i
BIDe Ere street -
uttered In of her girl- UNDIVIDED PROFITS $25,000.T
were any
tones AND
ina 4 air-tight cans. SURPLUS
pound trees most picturesque $100,000. conform to and obey the L
respects
That the color of the eyes should affect but the lovely makes these DIRECTORS-. In f
said
ish impartments copious regulations of city the j'T.'
in the winter L. J. REEVES.TV police '
objects Rlrf. "
We guarantee every can. their strength may seem strange voice was there, and it gained her and beautiful .J. HOOTOV DVOICIIBERTE. J. CART.S. REESE W. DeC KES3LER. operation of said trat ,! ;
made
We have never as A. track shall not be vsMfor -'it
3.Said
yet that such Is the case need not at Winter In Saturday landscape. Business Transacted and l Accounts Solicited; Ships' Disbursements Sec ,all ,j
I first Tictory.-Wllliam commercially of the nuts as we A General BankIng the storage of cars nor si: the ..1.
Attention.
Importers Coffee Co. this time of day be doubted and thoso Evening Post. much given Special sidewalkS be obstructed thereby except st-. '
Indian
whose are brown or dark colored might well have done. Our during passage thereover. iI I'
eyes knew how to make a KPC 4. Said track shall be complete- t '< ..
Limited. should be Informed that they are predecessors .______ withIn one (1) year from the passage of 4j {'
to Injury A Good Laugh.Every most attractive beverage from them JXO. B. MAS3ET Se this ordinance. of.. :
weaker and more susceptible CART President. '
1.
hearty laugh tends to prolong and the early settlers pressed from K. I See. s. That an the right privileg-i ;
New Orleans. from various causes than grayor b rein shall continue -tj '
and tran 111t-1 $ granted
blue : Light blue eyes are generally life as It makes the blood flow more them an oil that was ,a luxury. The ciw for the term of thirty (M) years .. : 4 ;':t }
eyes.
and gives a new and different pecan is the only hickory species that M.dzjCOCAC retary.1 from the date of the adoption of this J .I t
rapidly
the moet powerful, and next to and cultivated te .Wholesale and Retail DesI.P l ta ordinance unless sooner forfeited. ; !
those are The lighter the' pupil stimulus to all the organs of the body bas been' developed Domestic Anthracite and Blacksmith Passed November 1*. ISM. ,, .
The Lewis Bear Co. gray continued Is from what Is in force at the th rumes. any extent; and this hu only recently Office: 43 S. Palafox St. Telephone W. I Approted November I. 1>*S. ;ftC ;J
the greater and longer and Gonale CIUS.( IL BLISS.
cultivated tne.- Tarragona .
The saying. "L ugh and grow began its career as a Yard: Comer Attest: j ,
6 and 372. MFI1RITT Mayor. Ii
of tension the can sustain. Yard phones E. ;
Pensacola Fla.DISTRIBUTERS.. the degree eye Streets. .
II I .. fat.Uct.----------" has therefore a foundation in Cocntrj life. In Am.cL.! I ,,- r.noc30oaw4, t t }!


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PAGE EIGHT. THE PENSACOLA, JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING DECEMBER 7, 1908. ____________________




.; "" "'"L-'if .-"": 1 IWll T. SHEEHAN N 'BABY'S' it Is no the happiness Joy of? the can household be complete., for without How FLORIDA fiRMS BOOKS)(

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:;:; Ya sweet the picture of mother and babe!

-I The, First Angels smile at and commend the

-- thoughts and aspirations of the mother I have. ..several. hundred ChBdrea'i

AGAIN IN bending- over the cradle. The ordeal through ADOPT NEWSYSTEM Christmas Books

: VOICE I which the expectant mother must pass, how- Imported,Bag, Muslin and Linen books.

evei,is so full of danger and suffering that she printed These can In be colors laundered.and from .1$ to :

Derby.Hat look forward to the hour when she shall feel

with indescribable dread and fear. Rosebud Stories Nursery' Stories, Stor.
: the exquisite thrill of motherhood ies of Jesus. :Mother Goose. Chriso-ss
CITY : Every woman should know that the danger, pain and horror of child- Token.Pansies for'Thought, Good Cheer.
Affection's Tribute Bible Promises,
birth can be entirely avoided by the use of Mother's Friend, a scientific ISc. at

liniment for external use. only, which toughens and renders pliable all Child's Delight series. 10 and Uc.

the md assists nature in Which Has Been
parts, < Of
A. MB on Spelling
Made America Special Writer For Mont- its sublime aid fflnF U Denslow's Picture Book for ChlHreix
in work. its W
By S Tom Thumb A. B. c.. Humpty Dump .
thousands of women have 'I R Recommended by Presi- One, RIng Circus Mother Hubbard Jatt
LI gomery Advertiser Hereas and the Beanstalk. Zoo. House that Jack
passed this great crisis in per Built Three Bears, Red Riding Hoot
fect safety and without pain. dent Roosevelt. Five Little Pigs Mary had a Little
Was a G & K Knapp-FeltHatfor MenIt Witness in Peon- Lamb etc.. at lIe to JL25.

Sold at$Z.co bottle by druggists. Our book
per F R I E D Banbury Cross Bo Peep Edltha Picture .
age Cases. of priceless value to all women sent free. Address Simplified spelling has been adoptedby Land.Holly Tree Wee books. Or..
ITUE lOc to 35c.
Books
is especially noticeable for style IlRADnELD REGULATOR CO.. At I ant.. Om a number of: Florida firms and U, Syllable

Louisa M,Alcott Books at from J3c
and superb quality. But that's Will T. Sheehan special writer of the adoption of the system continuesat book to $10 ,per set, P"
the Montgomery Advertiser who its present rate it will be a question -
Laura' E. Richards works,
Peggie R'tt!
finest in spent a week or more in Pensacola I ORDINANCE PROVID1NG of only a short time before many Three :Margarets: etc., $t.U. ,
they qualityand
easy, are immediately: following the September I will be using the shorter form in
j hurricane when he handled that important A large assortment of One-Syllable Hli-
best spelling. The firms In Florida recently tones, at Vac.
in
workmanship. | event for his paper, is in the
city, having arrived yesterday morn- FOR FLAGGING CROSSINGS signifying their intention of Stock and prices the same as tn Ntr-

in;;. Tbis time he ,is here as a witness using simplified spelling as follows: them Department Stores.

$4.00 and $6.00 in the peonage case on trial in -,------- .,.____nn___.._ Spence & Fryer, Naval Stores Alligator -
| the United States court and was on I
T.
Fla.Charles HARRY HOWLAND
the witness stand yesterday after. Measure Which Was Passed NEW PRESIDENTOF : R. Converse, Druggist, ,

noon. .
Manager De Luna Book Store
"There has been remarkable Apopka Fla.
change In Pensacola since a my last By the City Council Wed- SOUTHERN RY. Half Million Club C. L. Bonney De Luna St. Phone 143L

visit" ,said Mr. Sheehan last nUht Secretary Box 799 Jacksonville Fla.

: THE JOHN WHITE STORE "When I left here there was wreckage nesday Night.AND Alexander Leslie. Real Estate 1454

I and debris along the waterfrontand BRIEF SKETCH OF W. W. FINLEY,I Main street Jacksonville, la. ,: JI.E. I::;. mK1:
in the streets of the city. but now C. E. Perperday, Broker 20S West

Specialists in Men's and Boys' Wear there is hardly a sign of the hurri- WHICH WILL BECOME EFFECTIVE SUCCESSOR TO SAMUEL Building, Jacksonville Fla. I CAFE 2 2I
cane except a few dismasted vessels United Grocery Co.. B. G. Las-

that are aground along the beach.I WITHIN THIRTY DAYS SPENCER. i seter General Manager Jacksonville
Phone 225 205.207 S.. PALAFOX visited the waterfront this after. iI iI I Fla. .

noon and could hardly recognize the -FLAGMEN TO'BE STATIONEDAT I I E. J. Blum Merchant, Live- Oak I i NONPAREIL I
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scenes, so changed are the condi TWO STREET INTERS EC-.I W. W. Finley was born In the south I Fla.
tions. Of course some wreckage re being a native of Pass Christian I Theodore L.. :Mead C E.. _Orange ,
mains and I suppose will remain for TIONS. ;. grower and member of Horticultural Ba
8 1-2 S. Palafox Street
VSa4
Miss. where he ,was born September j
..................................................... years. I' Commission for Orange Co.. Fla.1 -
"Pens<''tcola appears to. be prosperous ':2, 1853. says the Mobile Item. JSe saw I Waitabit Cottage, Oviedo. Fla. Open 7 a. m. to 9 p. m. *

and I notice that there is every The new safety ordinance which all of his transportation service in William Schneider Vice President Jt II

: Christmas Trade Easily Handled f fIf good indication business.of your The merchants streets seem doing to a provides by the Louisville for the stationing and Nashville of flagmen Rail- New Orleans begining with the .old I Veneer Warnell Co.Lumber. Fla. Co., Plant City.I x OUR SPECIALTIES: *B

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road at two street intersections and New Orleans Jackson and Great Lewis Business Men's Dinner. 12 to
.
be we! filled with shoppers and M. L. Bear Secretary The a 230sOcents.
everyone has the appearance of havIng also for the flagging of other crossings Northern Railway In May, 1873 and I Bear Co., Wholesale Grocers Pensa- *! Theatre Parties' regular board2 .

: the store is lighted with i plenty of money," concluded Mr. was approved by Mayor Bliss ,i|!was consecutively with that road and i iI cola Fla. era and Meal Tickets. J
yesterday and becomes effective within 'I
: Colors easily distin- Sheehan. the Chicago St. Louis and New or-! H. A. Ring Merchant, Slsco Fla. PHONE 1530. 3H
gas. thirty days after Its passage.
the Simplified Spelling
to
: According
The ordinance first introduced leans until 1883 first as stenographer I
: because was 3
guishable gas light Board in a recent stock-taking of The neatest cleanest and best
: several months since and during the in the office of the of the I 3tf
WILL/ RECORD TUE president its business of securing users of condensed "1 'a place tn town in which to get sour
: is more nearly like daylight. source of the various readings has met former. Later he was sent Into the rather meals. a
but words there are some : Come once; we will trust you to
with considerable opposition was freight depaitmenL In 1S83 he be- ,tf
profits in what might be
again.
significant
come
DYING LANGUAGES passed dnesday night by a vote of came assistant general freight agent .. !
: Wellsbach 300 Candle Power Lamp : called its wholesale department-th<3 I
nine to three. The ordinance is as .of that road. extension work i IflI-g. !I ";IIRC!>
to
devoted
:. Installed $7.00 : follows: In 18SS :Mr. Finley left New Orleansto department
I among those whose adoption of simplified _. -
AN ORDINANCE
become general freight agent of i
SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION TO Providing for the Safety of Persons and which spelling means its use not DAILY TOWEL SUPPLY.
the Pan Handle route comprised -
: Property at Certain Railroad Crossingsin I merely in an occasional personal letter ...RUNYAN'S ROLLERS..
the Fort Worth and Denver
USE TALKING MACHINES FOR the City of Pensacola. :'I but on a large scale in commercial -
I Be it ordained by the Major and Coun- the Denver Texas and Fort Worth A CLEAN TOWEL EVERY DAY,
:1 Pensacola Gas PURPOSE. cil of the City of Pensacola: and Denver Texas and Galf. correspondence and printed mat. $1.CO PER MONTH
Company : THE Section 1. That the Louisville &.!\ash- ter. From its list of 10,600 signersand Phone 848-2 rings. M. G RUNYAN.
YUle Railroad Company and all other corporations At one time Mr. Finley was chairman from 10,000 letters and Pensacola. Florida.'
Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. | companies or persons who now of the Trans-Missouri Traffic As some the Board

....................................................: Special to The JournaLWashington. or tracks may for hereafter the operation own or control of steam railroad cars sociation at Kansas City and at another learned newspaper that clippings 1037 firms, heads of concerns -I
Dec. 6.-lndlan time he was chairman of the
languages
.
along or upon \\risht street! and Tarragona and men In managerial capacities -

..................................................... are so rapidly disappearingthat street in the City ot Pensacola the shall Western Passenger Association the which are using the shorter forms. In OPERA HOUSE
the Smithsonian Institution hasundertaken station one or more flagmen at crossings shows with strong emphasis great
to make.a series of talk- at Wright and llayne streets, and at versatility of the man in'matters pertaining this list are not included the hun-
and ZarraKO streets, whose dreds of professional men-lawyers,
: SURPLUS SUPPLY L : ing machine records of the dialects duty Tarragona it shall be during the hours of E-a1! to transportation. As late as I
physicians chemists engineers nor
F-eacuies songs and musical chants of the day from six clock a. m. to nine o'clock :: 1895 he was commissioner of the I[I THE ACROBATIC WONDER
: ELBERTA AND CARMEN : American aborigines. Although,the p. m. to warn pedestrians and personsin Southern States Passenger Association i iI I i the 1,500 clerks and stenographers
phonograph has not proven entirely or on vehicles of all kinds, about -tocross I at Atlanta from which position !1[J who have agreed to employ these Mr. Ben Dunham
railroad tracks at such crossings limited to
the I forms. The list of 1031 is
in two to three-feet stock at 5 cents each. Klondyke satisfactory for this purpose becauseits of the approach ,of. any railroad I he went to the Southern RaiVay! as what might be called important fac- Asiisted By
reproductions 'were too mechaini- train. locomotive tender or; car. by signaling ; third vice-president in charge of traffic. I t
: and Lady Thomson Strawberry Plants at $2.50 per cal and the record cylinders so perishable with a flag in the day lime and w.th 1 Mr. Finley remained in that position tore in the business field.
a lighted lantern in the night time. Provided until when he accepted tEe 1 Of these 1037 business men, 279 are Mrs. Dunham andFarine W1U1A
1836
have
number of records
a large
thousand. automatic gates of such character -i '
that
i | ;'in Xew York State where the active
of the Great
Board second vice presidency
been made by this means.It be approved by the
as may
All other stock in proportion. Write for price list has now been found that perfect of Public works may be by such! railroad Northern. He became second<< vice-( support of the movement by John ,

.i records may be. secured by means ofa company established> and maintained' at' president of the southern in September -! Manamaker the dry goods economist of Pensacola.
at once. Address : such crossings;; in,place.of flagmen. I of the and since that'i and other well known firms is
new device known as the tele- Sec. 3. That the rtuitoad or corporations same year
graphone.The records for this machine or persons mentioned in period has been constantly with the rapidly spreading Its doctrines bust-

: C. R. LONG Nurseryman, Andalusia! Ala. i which is designed primarily for the foregoing companies section shall! at the crossings Spencer system. Mr. Finley has always -'I nessward. New York City claims
,
dictation and to take at \right and Hayne streets. Tarragona been regarded! the active business 213 of these adherents and so leads -
..............................................6 ..... I Hnnn correspondence nnnvprsatinn over the telenhone.are Go\eminent and Zarragossa streets.ana: Tarragona Marragonai; ; associate and confidant of Mr. the commercial list. Pennsylvania Is DECEMBER ID, I90S.

I Ir 'made'by-magnetic-impressions on and and Intendencia streets streets, cause a flagman |Spencer in the operation of the next with 94 business users: Ohio is

,, a steel wire or disk. These are practically to precede, by at least fifty (50) feet and I Southern Rafl 'ay. third with 80; Illinois and Massachu-
KNOWLES BROS. -, : '" indestructible.It not more tnan one hundred (100) feet setts each have more than 50; New MANY NEW FEATURES TO BE

r GARNIER'S. I is said that the records made by car every passing railroad over train.the locomotive said crossings tender or at Send in your orders now Jersey comes fifth with 47 commercial 1 INTRODUCED.

Insurance. the telegraphone are so perfect that the times as follows to-vvit. At the crossings adherents led by the L. S. Plant
they can hardly be distinguished from at Wright and Jlavne streets ami for extra copies of The Jour- Co.. the Legal Department of the Edi- Prices 25c, 50c and 75c.
FIRE LIFE. ACCIDENT MARINE. streets between -
General Agents of bpeo.ll to The journal.Ganders the original voice. Once a record is Tarragona the hours and Zarragossa of nine p. m. and six a. nal's big Christmas Edition son Company and other widely Known Matmee SOc, 7c and 100.

Dec. 6.-Mrs. U. E. Scranton made it can be transferred any number -'m., and at the other two crossings above, business .men.TftBARRANCAUI. --. -- ,- --.-- -- -- .
The EquitableLIFE and son, Clarence are on the sick of times. and these duplicate records named at all hours of the day and night. and they will be set aside *
: :
In : ONE NIGHT ONLY
list this week.McKensie while and to warn pedestrians and persons
will reproduce perfectly vehicles of all kinds about to cross for you.MAXIMUM.
ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF NEW & Davis have completed one phonograph record can not be or the on railroad tracks at such crossings of I _ [ FRIDAY DECEHBER 7.

YORK. I their last shanty and are now ready made from another successfully. One the approach of such railroad train locomotive TEMPERATURE 75 ;f
809 South Palafox Street. tender or car. by signaling wiui
I to their
begin operations at turpentine telegraphone has already reproducedover
DEGREES, MINIMUM 67 DEGREESThe ..
a flag in the day time and with a lighted
works for the season. forty thousand times a record I ed lantern at night time, provided that
Captain Mooney returned from Pen- which shows no signs of having lost i automatic gates are provided for in Section -t maximum temperature at Pen- I I AIJJJL1IJi7M
ORDER YOUR sacola Monday after an absence of a any of its original strength and clear 1 may he used instead: of flagmanbee. sacola yesterday was 75 degrees at 2 Special to The Journal.Ft. .
fail- Barrancas Deo 6.-An exciting
2 Fruit Cake and week. He reported the sailing as be- ness. 3. That any railroad company p. m., while the minimum was 67 degrees
Pound Cake. ing to provide and station flagmen at the game of base ball was played here on
ing very trying on account ot the Scientists and philologists are therefore crossings at Wright and llajne streets, at ::40 a. m. Last year on the Thanksgiving day between two rival
from calms that prevail now. much attention to the tele- and Zarragossa streets 55 degrees
giving and at Tarragona same date the maximum was teams of the 20th
Mr. Jeraul home from I'I of preserving as required by Section 1, or any railroad Company "Regu
CHRIS PFEIFFER, was Pensa- Kraphone as a means flagmen to and the minimum 33 dsgrees. lars" and -Scrubs" In which the
to provide
failing
cola to spend Thanksgiving. the only records that will exist in the company trains st the crossings at Wright "Scrubs" by of 6
On East Hill. I I precede ._ won a score Jo 3.
Buddy Brown has the dialects whichare Zar- -
given up mall future of characteristic any Hayne streets, Tarragona and This occurred in the forenoon and
Fruit Cake 30 cents per pound. route and Mr. John Sanford has been gradually disappearing. ragossa streets. Tarragona and Government -
sharpened the appetties of the
and Tarragona: and Inten Drink Beer in men
Pound Cake 30 Cents per pound. carrying It for the past week. All dencia streets streets as required by section 2. for dinner. -

.. I hope that the mall launch Ruth will or any flagman thus provided failing to After dinner both teams were
handle our mall. There is every reason UNNA DEFINES A CAUSE perform the duties imposed upon him by Cool Weather swelled up with importance and threw
why it should come to Garniers as lections 1 and 2. or anv agent; or servantof
or persons out a defy to the post. It was accepted -
such corporation company
it would receive enough freight and Europeon Skin Specialist Says Dandruff any
railroad
owning or operating any by a team composed of pickedmen
i passenger traffic to fell repay it for is Caused by Parasites. along or upon the streets! mentioned in the from the other companies. The
OURDRESS the time and trouble.An foregoing sections who shall move or Old Time Theory That It Was Good
beyond a fine.
Upon that theory proved cause or allow to be moved any locomotive -I game was Rooting was excellent,
error occurred in last week's report -
doubt a cure for dandruff was sought train. tender or car over or upon Only in Hot Days: Refuted. but was finally won by the 20th com
from Ganders in regard to Mrs. after. Scientists. chemists, druggistsand the crossings at Wright; and Hayne, The theory that beer is strictly a hot pany. Score 11 to L. '
Duncan of Pensacola visiting Messrs. physicians all "took a hand" and streets, and Tarragona and Zarragossa weather drink is losing ground: almostas The 20th company played the Orioles
Thomas and James Duncan. It should streets. without there beIng then and fast the beer
issue is the as prejudice against as from Pensacola
the successful present Sunday.
have read Mrs. Duncan and daughter there stationed and present at such crossings -1 j an alcoholic drink. Beer is becomingmore
"Newbro's Section 1, or'' The the servedon
product known. as HerpI- flagmen as required in I. and more an al2-tbe-year-around! following was menu
Belle of Boggy instead of Boggy .
cide." over or upon the crossings at Wright and I drink. It is, truth to tell fast becomingour Thanksgiving
SHIRTS Belle. This remedy actually kills the parasites Hayne streets Tarragona and Government Zarragossa I' national beverage, and with its largely Breakfast.
I I. Mrs. Bard and daughter are visit- streets Tarragona and Increased consumption we are glad
that infest the hair bulb. does IntenOencia Beefsteak with Onions
ing Mr. Goodrich. 'ihey hail from streets and: Tarragona .and :to note a steady decrease in Intemper
Its work most effective and containsnot without flagman preceding I Gravy ,.
streets a ance. Rich. wholesome Pabst Blue Rib- Sale of seats to-day. Prices 25 cer
1 The fit of Dodge City. Kansas. an atom of substance Injurious such locomotive, train. tender or ear as I:bon, with only S\s per cent alcohol satisfies Buns Bread Butter to 11.50.
a shirt Captain Asa Ward did not get into to any thing else than the germ alone. required in Section Z, shall. upon convic- the. natural raving of o strenuous Coffee Cocoa. --
the bayou last week until Sunday. tion for such offense be punished by a people without the over-stimulation of
I counts most when the hair to I Dinner.
a man Herpicide causes grow as fine not exceeding twenty-five ($%lO) i strong alcoholic beverages and without
Too much calm weather. nature intended it should soft and dollars or by i-nprlsonment of not .cx- 'I the shatteting of nerves produced by the Roast Turkey SATURDAY DEC. 8th
wears evening dress- The hunter Is much In evidence now abundant.For thirty (30) davs. i excessive useof tea or (,'Off'E'Ith its Giblet Gravy Cranberry Sauce
adaYs-duCks on the water and turkey I'I'i. 4. That any pedestrian or person in refreshing zest It also carries a rich.
and our excellent dress sale byV.. A. D'Alemberte Mashed Potatoes Sweet Corn
; ij and other game in the woods are the of any vehicle. or any other person I wholesome food value that makes It a JlllESitil'iVx7AiZ
121 South | Tomato Sauce
' I druggist and apothecary. after having been warned as hereinbefore I commendable all-the-vear-around drink. '
|shirts are appreciated attractions. Palafox street, or send lOc In stampsfor '' provided of the approach ef, any The major consumption of beer used [ Celery Peas Chow Chow PRESENTS:

in proportion. You The Duncan Bros. are busy at pres- sample to The Herpicide Co., Detroit I'I'train. locomotive tender or car at such I I to be in the hot months. then as win Mince Pie
I ent planting a new orchard. Mich. crossings shall! cross or go upon.such or attempt ter came on the use of it would fall offvery Candy Apples Oranges i PAUL>.
,
should see those we The Italian ship that went ashoreon to cross or go upon any considerably giving way to strongdrthkg !:
Coffee Cocoa
I I road tracks until such train. ran-I and hot drinks. Dealers will tell Beer -
: offer atONE Santa Rosa Island some time ago I I tender or car shall have passed over you that the call for hot drinks is not Cigars. .
: has been sold. Captain Asa Ward was tracks at such crossings. shall upon i by any manner of means so large as in Supper. ORE
the purchaser.The ------.i I I viction for such offense twenty-five be punished(125)by I past tears, and they will also tell you Oyster Soup !
a fine of not exceeding that beer la fast becoming a popular cold
Robinson Lumber Co. is changIng -
WE SOLICIT YOUR I dollars, or by imprisonment not exceeding weather beverage. Apple Sauce
DOLLAR Its wharf from Garniers to N1gger" i thirty (30) days.Sec. I With this increased consumption of Bread and Butter Crackers
;' Bayou as this will make It nearerto i 1hr-ra this Ordlnanc hall its adop take beer the public is becoming more and Coffee Tea
the mill and safer during storms. LAUNDRY WORKOn 'effect (30) days after I more discriminating. It* deriands a beer

\Ve believe they're the I tion.Passed December %atft 1306. that pleases *ts taste agrees with its ----
stomach and carries witn it a richness
: AUCTION SALE. I basis of Approved December 6.. n416.. <> BUSS.U. I I and whoJesomeaess that maces it a sustaining $100 REWARD $100.
best in town for the the giving I Attest: CIU H. .., sis well as a refreshing beverage-
On December 10, 1906 at 12 o'clock G AVMARD.Major. Pabst Blue Ribbon The readers of this paper will be
- mbney-same with our noon. I will sell at public outcry in frontof you perfect satisfaction. I Clerk.dec" ad the people. It meets is the cleanest the approvalof beer pleased to learn that there Is at least
the County Court House at Pensacola.Fla oaw45
dreaded disease
one that science
; $12.50 and, $15 suits. .. for the benefit of all concerned. Once a customer of ours, inates brewed au bet.auSoe possible chance Pabst of process contamination elim- able to cure In all Its stages and hubefn
about hundred and
one fifty thousand
{ Give half dozen shirts superficial feet Let MYSTERIOUS DEATHOF Made from Patet exclusive 8-day that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure If
a of picked up lumber lost always one. our malt Jt III the richest beer without being the only positive cure now known to the

for that Christmas from Tugela.alongside on the night the of British steamship I6th, bundle.' MINISTER'S WIFE. heavy. Made wit- choicest imported hops medical fraternity. Catarrh being a con
September ,
gift. wagon get your it is a superior tonic without stitational disease requires a conctitutVmal
objectionable
I and now piled on the beach Perdido -
near treatment. Halls
; wharf.' FuU particulars will be given New Orleans Dec. 6.-A special bitterness. It acrees with the stomach I taken internally acting directly Catarrh Cure is

upon application to H. Boars & Co., from Meridian:, Miss-, tells of the mys- meJow.because It is thoroughly aged and blood and mucous surfaces of the upon system the
( I The Star Steam Physicians recommend It and
Agents. W. F. WILLIAMS, of Mrs. Annie
terious death'yes erday most people drink It because It is thereby ddectroylng tbe foundation of tht
if Auctioneer. Nelson wife of. a, Methodist minister feet In age, purity and strength. Owing Jf'r- diseaSe. and giving the patient strength

Eacambla Lodge No. 15. F. & A. M. Laundry who Is attending the Meridian Male to the:! nourishment In Pabst Beer the by slating building nature up in the doing constitution its work.and as;
H. 0.O ANSON found brvly i* better noixred to ieefssohj.. Th
Special communication of Es- College. The woman's body was ., proprietors have so much"faith In ifcurative
;
cambia Lodge No. 15. F. &\ A.
apparently concealed In a clump of powers that they offer One Hun,
: -0 CASH CLOTHIER c M-December will be 7th.held at Friday 7:30 evening.o'clock. : 37 E. Garden St. Phon. 114 bushes. Bloodstains were found on 5. A. FRIEDMAN Pbae 17 to deed cure.Dollars Send for for any list:of case testimonials.that It fail -

Work In the E. A. degree. the body "but they :were small and a 331 S. PaUfox Street Address F. J. CHENEY CO. Toledo
. Visiting brethren fraternally invited. Pensacola, Fla. coroner's Jury rendfVed a verdict that Ohio. -
I the Glee Club.
Hear
Coner Pilifoi ul MB. vSold
Pabst Blue
C. D.. BEYER.W. Ribbon
Mrs. Nelson came to her death Beer by an DrucgUts 7 c. See the great boat race.
O. DAILEY. W. M.Secretary. through natural caubcs.o WHEN OKDEBCfO ASK Take Hails Family Pills, for- constipa Price*-25, SO, 75, SI. ,and J1.M.
FOB PABST Uon. Matinee-50fe nc and It.OQ.rH .

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