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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 8, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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I REPEALED PORTION SLVEN MET TRAGIC DEATH BEGINNING OF THE END \ 5\ I



OF THE WILSON LAW! AT CORNELL UNIVERSITY P

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RECOMMENDATIONS Four Students and Three

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and Manufacturers --1 .t-: ; ,' >>' I
Firemen Cremated in HOUSE SAYS WEBSTER Ii ; / ; Taking of Evidence ConS\
SPELLING GOOD ENGLISH
Generally. ,= OF THE PRESIDENT' FOR ALL DOCUMENTSBy :
Fraternity ,House } Ir4L! ed and Arguments Wi t

Associated Press. t'J
,Conflagration.Trapped Washington Dec 1.-Simplified %- "r BeginThisMorning. '

I States Can Now Legislate Upon the Japanese Problem in California Considered, By blow today spelling in received the appropriation a hard- $ 4't


Regarding Competitionof Japanese Residents, the Most Rational Solutionof Upon the Third says 'bill that of hereafter the house, in which print- Judge Will Charge the Juryat

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ing all documents authorizedby --i--, -
ConvictMadeGoods. ,the Difficutly. Floor, Victims Were Un- law- or ordered by either I Five O'Clock This .
branch of congress the government -

I able printing office shall It Afternoon.
By Assocated! Press. to Escape.MANY follow the rules of orthography +:
thousand Japanese in the state and tP: '
San Fancisco Dec 1.-In an inter-I! while not in a position to say these .. II established by the Webster ;;

ADOPTED view published in the Call to-day would take advantage of naturalization or some other generally accepted R. POPE REESE WILL MAKE ,
LAW YESTERDAY I THH
bearing on the recommendations privileges, I do think that the : BOYS JUMPED TO SAFETY dictionary of the Eng-
MAKES IT POSSIBLE FOR INDI- made in his message by President number would be comparatively large.I lish language. The bill car- s + OPENING ADDRESS ON BEHALF '
Roosevelt on Japanese naturalizationand think'this would be especially so in AND THOSE WHO HESITATED ries appropriations of $31- OF THE GOVERNMENT AT 9:30-i :
VIDUAL STATES TO on the segregation of their children the 1555. Public Printer Stall-
INHIBITTHE case of the Japanese in San.Fran
WERE EACH SIDE
CARRIEDTO
THE LIMITED
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in schools General K. Upeno.i cisco. i ings's salary is increased from TO THREE

SHIPMENT OF CONVICT the consul for Japan here says: "Many Japanese have family and BY FALLING WALLS UNIVERSITY .j $4,500 to $6,000. HOURS FOR SPEECHES-MANY '( :
"Sentiment is practically universal
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MADE GOODS FROM OTHER among the ten thousand Japanese in property interests here and they APPALLED BY CATASTRO : WITNESSES HEARD.

San Francisco that the recommendations would naturally regard San Franciscoas I .
STATES-VOTE NEAR UNANI. WORKMENRUNDOWN With the conclusion of the testi ;
their home
made by the President constitute permanent once they PHE. .
believed they bad the privilege 1 I II mony of W S. Harlan who was oq i
MOUS. the most rational solution of same BY TRAIN
I the stand in rebuttal of the evidence '
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American-Japanese as other aliens.'Concerning |I I
problems yet at '
of J. C. Satterwhite, at 10 o'clock
tempted. The Japanese are not only the school segregation By Associated Press. I New York, Dec. 7.-A gang of work DR W. E. GRACE. last night the last of the witnesses
pleased with the message, but they question a lot is being written and Ithaca N. Y.. Dec. 7.-Seven per- men on the New York Central bridge In the of 4 i'
By Associated Press. case W. S. Harlan et al 1 I
regard it as one of the most note talked about it that is due to miscon- sons met a tragic death here todayin over the Harlem river was run down Vetrinarian of the Jackson Lumbei, ,
Washington Dec. 7.-The house to- charged with conspiracy to commit .
worthy documents on international ception of facts in the case. I think the worst disaster that ever befell by a train tonight. Many are reported Co., and a Defendant the ,
jay passed several bills and receivedjom peonage was heard in the UnitedStates : H
questions that has been issued from that the entire matter will be solved Cornell University. Three of the victims killed or injured. Peonage Cases.
: the committee on appropriations I I court, and this afternoon the
the White House. ,,satisfactorily and that there is noI were volunteer firemen and four ... .. t .
the legislative executive and Judicial l._" ... will.... -, 5... h. 4- is ... .s
students of the university. The e' "' '' 4"'J. Lb n. \4' .
"There is no question but that the I I I occasion for believing otherwise. The were .
appropriation bill which was made a cided to conclude all the evidence ia
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bonds between Japan and the United Japanese not striving for anything firemen are all prominent here. -
special order for monday. States would be considerably, unreasonable areS and are quite willing toI The dead students are S. L. Schmuck INSANITY THE: DEFENSE the long drawn out case, which hascoered -
One of bills that a period of eleven
the passed repeals days and
of Penn. F.V. ,
Hanover ;
strengthened by conferring the privi- let the facts in the dispute guide
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portion of the Wilson interstate yesterday afternoon instead of j.d-
Grelle of South Orange N. J. W H.Ichols. -
lege of franchise on the Japanese in whatever decision is to be ultimately ;
commerce bill relating to convict- California. There are some fifty odd rendered." .:\ of Chicago ,and J.. L. Me- journing for the day at 6 o'clock '
made goods and permitting the statesto ,Cutcheon. of Pittsbur IN THE BIRDSONG TRIALBy only a recess was taken for supper 'k '

legislate for themselves as to competition The cause of the fire is unknown. and the hearing proceeded at 7:20 J
with "free labor" made A few ,minutes after the flames were continuing until shoitly after 10 1
goods. BIQody Fight With NegroMurderer ,discovered in the, kitchen of the Chi i o'clock when both the governmentand 'J 1 I
The repeal of that portion of the 'Psi fraternity house, the entire house First Witness defense rested.
Wilson Interstate commerce bill relating was in a blaze, fanned by a strong wind. Says Symptoms Arguments To-day. 4 '
to convict made goods has at GreenvilleBy The four students were trapped --on f FOUR KillED This morning the arguments !n tha

the enthusiastic endorsement ot ,the third floor. :. of Insanity Wereof celebrated case will begin, Assistant '

labor and manufacturers generally. Many of the boys jumped to safety District Attorney Reese opening for I l ,
7nder the Wilson bill. adopted in.I Associated Press. the house to arrest Holman were shot and those who hesitated were carriedto Killing. I the government when court convenes ;
1890 convict.made goods enter into Greenville Miss., Dec 7.-Two per- I at by the' negro. Enoch Thompsonwas the ground by falling walls. The at 9:30: o'clock. ,1 ,
active competition with goods made sons are dead. two seriously injuredand killed instantly. Officer Coffer money loss is nearly two hundred COlliSION !! !I The court has limited the arguments .
by free labor and under the Wilsonlaw two slightly injured as the resultof probably fatally wounded and two thousand dollars. : ATTORNEYS WILL ENDEAVOR TO to six hours three hours! for :'
the individual states were unableto a bloody fight here this afternoon. others less seriously'! hurt. Holman ihe university is immeasurably appalled I the prosecution and three hours lor
pass a law preventing the shipment Felix Holman, a negro, shot and killed then fled but was finally corneredand by the catastrophe and academic INTRODUCE EVIDENCE RELA.!,the defense, and this will bring the ;
into such states of prison-made a negro woman named Holman in .captured after being slightly work has been supended.RGEPT.Q {closing argument to a termination at
goods from other states. The law a boarding house and officers entering wounded. Fatal Wreck on Maine Cen- TIVE TO ALLEGED STATEMENTSOF 15 i o'clock this afternoon when Judge V ,
adopted to-day abrogates the Interstate I | Charles Swayne will deliver his I '.
commerce law as now applied!I I LOSEAMBASSADOR tral Railroad Due to a DR. BUTLER WHICH ARE charge to the jury. .V 1,1: .

to convict-maae goods thereby afford- SAID TO HAVE BEEN DIRECTLY Many Witnesses Heard. '{ : 1
:ng the states a right to inhibit the,. Damaging Evidence BroughtOut Misunderstanding.: I I Many witnesses were heard during :f i f L,I
upping of convict-made goods fromer I II RESPONSIBLE FOR THE TRAG yesterday, some .f them bein, recalled ;t ti,:! t :
states The vote for the bills I by both prosecution and de \1 t ... r
practically unanimous Against Counsel Burnham i ,EDY. tense. The Bret vJtnets: heard when I tti' !' .

The bill conferring citizenship on -, r' Associated Press. court convened was Will T Sheehan, ; ,J
te Porto-Ricans went over, but dor- MR. WHITE HAS MADE HIMSELF LewistonMa, Dec. 7.'our people who was on the stand the day pre- 'n ,t .
tar the discussion it was disclosed By Associated Press. I The photograph was produced by were jailed and three others seriously I By Associated Press. I vious. He testified: nt length. Ha t-jld V UI
that the democrats will fight the New York Dec 7.-A photograph I the prosecution in support of : VERY AGREEABLE TO ITALIAN injured in a head-on collision betweena Hazelhurst Miss.. Dec. 7.-In the ;.I of his visit to Lockhan for the Montgomery :;: f!
measure whenever possible!: of a check for ten thousand dollars I questions -i special and a regular freight trainon ,trial of Mrs. Angie Birdsong for the Advertiser on the staff of V I
The house adjourned until Monday. payable to Louis F. Payn and en- concerning the alleged demandsof KING. the Maine Central railroad near the murder of Dr. Thomas Butler the which he Is special riter, and stated ::;-L ; V
dorsed by Payn to the United States Payi/' when state insurance commissioner -I small station of Annahes acook late !'prosecution completed its evidence that as a result of his visit be formed V } Van '
Express Company was a sensation for one hundred thousand By Associated: Press. last night. The wreck was said to be today. i opinion that peonage did exist at : ; .. j
PHYSICIAN TO sprung today in the trial of George dollars under a threat to expose the Washington Dec. 7.--fhe Italian due to a mlsundertaking of orders. I One of state's witnesses Mrs. Nora the camps of the Jackson Lumber .I! .j !
Burnham. Jr.. counsel for the Mutual insolvent condition of the company ambassador to the United States, Both trains were going so fast when Garrett. testified that- she saw the Company. tti I
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Reserve Fund Life Association in the and at which time it is charged, for- Baron Edmonde Mayor Des Planches they met that eight oi the thirteencars shooting and beard the physician cry: I ur w. .\. j jfoiiook. Who treated V j ,
THE' POPE: DEAD: supreme court to-day. The charge is ty thousand dollars was paid by Burn- today expressed regret that Ambassador of the special were hurled with over the Angle don't :shoot: me any more" the Bulgarian. Miiml Jordmons after V. !
larceny of eight thousand dollars' of ham's father, then president of the White the American represen-I the engine and demolished and "My God Angle, what will become ; his arrival in this! city; said that V
the company's funds. company. v tative at the Court of Rome had been greater part of the contents. The of you when you die?" Witness : when he first visited the man the lat t -
transferred to Paris, saying his loss I track was blocked for hours. denied that she had informed Mrs. ; ter was suffering from a badly swollen V
CR. LAPPONI PASSED AWAY AT would be regretted as a loss not onlyI The dead are Birdsong of damaging stories circu- leg accompanied by a high fever. V V J I
by the statesmen of Italy, but by the Mreman Hodges. of the speciaL lated by Dr. Butler. In his opinion the condition of the '4
AN EARLY HOUR YESTERDAY Will of Late Samuel ,Spencer I Engineer Forrest Fletcher of the ,
,king as well. He spoke of the strong The first witness r defense was Bulgarian was due to kicks bruises V
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IN ROME. personal friendship which had sprungup regular train.Engineer the defendant's mother-in-law, :Mrs. S. V 11 !
is Admitted Probate between,the king cf Italy and Mr: : Harriman. Lewiston.The of the speciaL. ,1F. Birdsong, who testified that defendant etc.One of the government's star wit. i 'rVf I I
to White, and the general feeling for the Brakeman Rowe of after the birth of her last child, nesses was J C. Satterwhite em. V
by his coun injured: showed signs ot insanity and that the r-
By Associated Press. American representative Fireman Charles F. Freeman, of the ployed at Lockhart as telegraph oper V
Rome Dec. 7.-Dr. Lapponi physi- trymen. symptoms were apparent at the time ator. He told of hearing a conver. V '
clan: to the pope. died at 7 o'clock this By Associated::! Press. use for life of the one she does not "The king of Italy, who is a good regular train sustained have compound to be lof the killing; that Mrs. Garrett the sation between Manager Harlan and ,l V
morning He,. had been ill for sometimE Washington, Dec. 7.-Samuel Spen take. The residue is divided into judge of men, as well as Mr. Tittoni, fracture of arm the, which shoulder.may state's witness, called upon Mrs. Birdsong Dr. Grace relative to the foreigner V :
of cancer of the stomach. and cer's will was today admitted to probate three parts of which one goes to the Mr. Gioletti and all the Italian states- amputated brakemen at cut about the I a few days before the tragedy Mihaly who had been reported as ; V >I V
Two badly
pneumonia setting in. he could not, in The document was executedin widow another to her use for life men, feel for Mr White the deepest head and sustained scalds and t and that after her departure Mrs having run away. and testified to Vi1
severe
Us weakened condition withstandits New York in July 1905. All the to revert to the children or their heirs sympathy" said the baron. "A proofof burns. Birdsong remarked that if Dr. Butler hearing Harlan instruct Dr. Grace to .
ravages. household effects are given to the wid- and the third is divided between the that may be found in the mere I had told ill stories about her she go after the man and when he was i
"';hen Dr Lapponi was sinking the t,ow. Louisa Vivian Spencer absolutelyand three children Henry B., Verona facts that Mr. White was the only would kill hIm. I I caught to give him a good scare and t I
Pope sent him the apostolic benediction she is also given a residence in Spencer Laying and Vivian Spencer.The ambassador invited this year to the COGHUN WILL I Other witnesses told of defendant'sattempt this would probably keep some of the j;.
and when the news of the death Tuxedo Park or one in the city and total value Is not given. shooting and, hunting with his majesty at suicide a few days before others from attempting to leave. '17- 't

ot the doctor reached the pontiff he, the King in the Brown Alps the shooting.It j In rebuttal of testimony Introduced j ,
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that the
-'u exceedingly grieveo.f' 1 --- reserves, where chamois and other is announced attorneys I jby defense, the government recalledV ,,1_ :
I is reported that before losing Asked rare game are offered to the hunters. defending JIrs Angle Birdsong will Trurich Mihaly the foreigner who. '' ;'
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wnsciousnesi., Dr. Lapponi referring Big Appropriation He was for several days the guest of attempt to introduce into the trial it is alleged, was captured and beaten V
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to the Pope said: I his majesty treated with the greatest ADMIRAL REACHED THE the free acceptance of evidence con-jby Gallagher. Grace and Sandor It l i' t..

He has a strong constitution and for the Rivers and Harbors intimacy and friendship" cerning the physician's alleged state-I had been contended by the defense .;7 V I; !.
having studied him carefully I think AGE OF RETIREMENT YES- ments about the woman who deliber- that the arrest of Mihaly was because ; 1
he will live longer! than Leo XIII. TERDAY. ately shot him. Exception was takento 'he had stolen some clothing from anOther .; ,
'SIXTEEN the court at the closeof V
TEAMSIN the ruling of I >
The deceased physician ( foreigner Witness said how- > (
was very Soeclal to The Journal ,1to day. yesterday's session that only such
popular in Rome among the I By Associated Pres I ever that he had never heard of any
well as with the anli-clericala clericalsas Washington Dec. 7.-With the unanimous The delegates called on the president New York,' Dec. 7.-Rear Admiral parts of- this evidence could be ad-.ttealin;; and that no one accused him '- '\
adoption of a resolution urgIng at the White House who said he BICYCLE RACE Joseph Coghlan received orders from mitted as came to :Mrs. Birdsong'sears. t I of stealing the clothins of another; .. '

congress to appropriate annuallynot would consult with the'leaders in the the navy department yesterday In- I that he had been whipped twice V I
BIG SCHOONER less than fifty million dollars for national congress and hoped that structing him to remain on duty as It is claimed that the actions of women I once on the road near Laurel HU1 t.-- '
the improvement of rivers harbors something definite and effective would commander of the New York navy friends of Sirs Birdsong had and once at the ramp when he ex- V, V I.
and waterways, the National Rivers be done to increase the appropriation I WHICH STARTS AT MADISON : yard until furthers orders, though he quite as much effect in driving her to I pressed a desire to be changed from '
HARD ASHORE i and Harbors Convention adjourned I for that purpose. I I will retire on reaching the age limit the verge,of emotional Insanity as did cne class of work to another. After ": : V
I SQUARE GARDEN SUNDAY of 62 on Friday. This will be the first I gossip which she heard. Some of these being given the beating:: he was placed V V 1
time in the history of the navy yard I former friends are alleged to have refused back at the work he had been doing.
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NIGHT.I I that admiral has been retained to speak to her when they met I '
a rear
He said before closing that Bender
Makes
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THE FLORENCE I. LOCKWOOD Newsboys By A s;o-Ufd Press as commandant after retiring. her on the street to the stock. the man from whom it was V "
1 I continues to attract
New York, Dec. 7.-Sixteen teams Secretary Bonaparte has expressed I The case stated the clothing bad been stolen, "
LUMBER LADEN, WILL BE A I II Confesfion Awful Crime Of bicyclist gathered from every I t the desire that Admiral Coghlan be courtroom some of the leading personsof A I had ncter accused him of the theft --.-;
I and of the state.
the community
I quarter of the globe will start on Sun{retained at the post until Mr. Bonaparte trial has been the I after h<' returned to the camp, or ,
TOTAL LOSS. of the relieves him. In honor of his sad feature of the
I the long Journey '
I day night on ; inform him in any dinner that any f
both -
in the naval order of he United presence in court of the children I
retiring ,
International six day bicycle race I' one had taken his clothing.C. I '
By Associated: Press. :the hill, and as she took the west side Madison Square Garden. The release:States will give a dinner to Admiral of the young defendant and those of Frank:: Dunkey, an intelllwt ,t.
By Associated Press. I Dayton, 0.. Dec. 7.Yes, I did it I I:of the street, I followed up the hill I yesterday from Ellis Island of the i i Coghlan at Delmonicos. .the man she killed. i iI I I Hungarian. was another Interesting! 54' fl ,
PhiladlphIa Dec. 7,-The Assa am the murderer of Dona Gilma." on the east side. I then committed the championship French team, the Geor- witness. He aid that when he left .r:

Teasrue Life Saving station reported., Coolly, and without the slightest assault. get brothers who recently won the BIG CROwbON DEATH CAUSED BY the employ of the Jack"on Lumber '+
today that the three masted schooner I sign of emotion or remose. David j: After the confession bad been madeto first six day race ever held in Europe CHRISTMAS BOAT C. -mpany in September' Sandor procured .\J V
Florence I Lockwood from Norfolk ; Curtis made the above confession to the officers Curtis broke down and completed the list of entries which for him and another foreigner V
for New York with a cargo of lumber i iSIranded I I County Detective McBride Coroner cried like a child. was held open until the last moment.I By Associated Press. SHOPPING TRIP named Garry pavnorts addressed to f'
Williams Shoal, off Assa Kline Detective Colemand the Pinker- Curtis is 27 years old and earned a awaiting a decision of their case. New York, Dec 7.-A crowd gathered I the >DUty sheriff at Florala which i <
Tearue. Va., last night and is today ton agency and Prosecuting Atorney precarious living selling newspapers The champions of Europe Asia and on the Scandinavian-American permitted them to pass that point .
a total loss. Captain Taylor and his I I Kevin, in the office of the latter at etc. He is halfwitted and at times Africa as well as the very best riders Line dock ,In Hoboken yesterday and By Associated Press. without 1ntrruntIonlie ald Sandor :.V V
Crew were rescued by the life savers. j I''o'clock Friday morning. 41 labored under delusions that he wasa in America. *HI go to the post. Ed- I witnessed the first "Christmas boat" New York Dec. 7.-Medical skill I,Inouired of him his destination ana<< fV1 1

The schooner went aground during a I I I 'ihe confession was made without great detective. die Root of Sheepshead Bay, who won j i of the line to sail this year. proved powerless to check the nervous when told that he ws romto to Pn-
tE'a\"y gale and quickly pounded Among the newsboys Curtis was is again the favorite More than '1,100 sailed for peain him
toI I(I the sweating process and was complete the last two races persons decline of Mrs. Frank Henner which sacola aHvlsHI jrofnt-:
Pieces in the heavy sea. I in every detail satisfying the known as "Baby Dave. Many of with Joe Fogler of Brooklyn his Sweeden, Norway and Denmark to developed after her return from a there. tellin him be might; be called f
The schooner was built at :\orwaIX. ,I officers that there can be no doubt those who knew him allege his storyis partner last year but Bobby Wal- spend the Christmas holidays and a shopping trip' last week, and she has in court a" a witness and advised I II
Conn.H- in 1S67, and was owned by J j I but that the perpetrator of the most partly the result of his own disordered thour and Hugh McLean are a close big crowd saw them off. expired in her home at Morristown, I him to eo to Monte -mery instead of'
Ill fcraith of Boston. The vessel ,-.< fiendish crime in the histrry of Mont- Imagination and that he really second choice.S. N., J. PE'n:acola. Tho witness was rie1 feet long had a beam f' __,C Tomery county has ben placed within had no connection with the crime. SETTLEMENT REACHEDIN Mrs. Henner had a severe shock I cross examined but without his test- {

feet and a depth of fourt i e grasp of justice. FIVE PER CENT ADVANCE E. SPENCER WILL THE N. Y. C. DIFFICULTY' while taking her first ride in an "ex- monr b Ping ph9k*>n. j; ,

The statement of Curtis ai given to IN THE PRICE OF STOVES SUCCEED GLASS By Associated 'Pr M. press" elevator In New York. She Manager W. S, tArtAn then! took ',
MlSAPPROPRi : -1 S authorities this morning was as By Associated Press. By Associated- Pres- New York, Dec. 7.-The committeeof entered the elevator on tne tenth floor (the sttnd In r''htiHs l of the tMtl- hI

FUNDS '-' J.!I)0: : :I. ':.,TS: Chattanooga Dec. 7.-Secretary E. Jacksonville Dec 7.-S. E. Spencerhas trainmen and conductors on the of a skyscraper, occupied Jby a furniture -I|I n.ony of J. C. Sattrwliifp.! who hal :( .
.,v the evening of No f ember 20 I W. Sample of the Southern Association been promoted to the position of New York Central railroad completedtheir company. She complained of a toll) that he nard Harlan Instruct ::1,
By Asoclated .- < ,per in the Cadillac restaurant of Stove Manufacturers an- superintendent of the Gainesville district conference with the officials bf headache after returning home and a I I I Grace to eo flfter M'* aly *nd i1ve :a!

Nashville, Dec 7,-In ., '1:1;:,,-'*!$r '- '\ street near Brown. Just as nounces that the association madea the third division of the Atlantic the road last night a settlement having painful illness set in. Physicians I'!him a eood: scare The witness! de. :y
tOUrt at Anniston, Ala, U: a.f'l: ,". 'ut I saw Dona Gilman waiting five per cent advance on all gradesof Coast Line, succeeding A. L. Glass, been reached. 'diagnosed her ailment as lockjaw. nl<*l any knoI: tee of such an occurrence i; ,
-f. Dike and "-R. Lowle). 'recii' ", ar; and I also) boarded the stoves. This contradicts the prevIous resigned. The headquarters ot the Neither side would say anything except They concurred in the opinion that the j'I and Mid that he positively i 4
and cashier, respectively' o. -.... "t. jQFifth: street car. At Na- report not authorized by the association district will be transferred to Jack- that an advance of wages had disease resulted from the terror experienced hd no knowledge; of any such cm- ,t.,
Li National Bank were int:';.: , nI .(111)rupriation of the bank ;\ -k '>I.< \ortly after she started up made. A J December 10. reached was satisfactory. J Henner was twenty-five years of age. -;,1.I


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OFFICE OP
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? S: ings winter, flashlights evin- :: Offi- Cje! ti ort Commission of Q;torgLl i
I Arrest of Three
Causes
2 are the thing. Anybody .'. Held Special: Meeting to .'
take them. It's '
i} easy. We can Instruct you. Get a Consider Disposal of .t 4a0M1ya arrya'1 cials of the Louisville & JOs.s.TURNER: TOIL BASS 0 ion. r. tLEKEiT A.EVA SChajrman. ze.GOOrLCK .

Kodak to-day. Learn to take pictures
' I s ions a.oiatrc1wbr YANCT. J.C.MOOTS.
t and amuse yourself. i City Garbage.A ,- Nashville.The s. reWJ. State Warden.
t i GEM BOOK STORE. PHONE 230. -
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t,' .......O................../1 tN00NONN00000000001Nt special! session of the Board of discharge of operators at Flo- ATLANTA+ August 10, 1904

i Public Works was held yesterday afternoon maton by the Louisville & Nashville E. C. DEWrrr & Co., Chicago, 111. .
{ the meeting being for the Railroad has caused the arrest of
f arm one of the requirements of life. purpose of considering the disposal of three officials of that company. It is Dear Sirs:-"I have suffered more than twenty years from hi I

;,:i C I ean C I ot h as send Yours them will always to be clean If' you council the city'recently garbage ordered inasmuch the board as the tocease haps This suggest cold weather to you will that per-anis alleged because that they the were men members were discharged of the I gestion. About eighteen months ago I had grown so much worse that

J The New Method Laundry dumping it at Cypress Pond. telegraphers union and the case is I could not digest a crust of corn bread and could not retain aayth. jon

f PHONE usa E. W. LAWRENCE. Prop New Vetbol; Liundrj. Bid). W. KlttlO The board 'received the plans for being pushed by the Order of Railway stomach. My heart would beat so fast I could not sleep, at
remodeling the old Masonic buildingat my
II s'"" AGENTS WANT EO. the corner of Zarragossa and Com- pondent Telegraphers.of the Montgomery The :Mobile Advertiser corres-- times I would almost draw double with pain in the pit of my stoma:.

'tIt .- mandancia streets which house is to be OVERCOAT I in speaking of the arrest of the 1 lost twenty-five pounds: in fact, I made up my mind that I ccu.d nt

......N...NNOON NNON. ....+ i44.............. of converted the fire into a truck hose companies.The for one. officials says: time, when a friend of mine recommended Kodl
short
ri !1 department "It has transpired that the ,arrestof live but a
be invited plans were for' remodeling accepted and the bids struc will what need. We have T. F. Farris of Floinaton chief Dyspepsia Cure. I consented to try it,to please him and'I was better 13:
you
il lOne Thrdif i iit If the followed train dispatcher for the Louisville & than I ever did in my life and am! in
ture. present'plans are an excellent line to show you. :Nashville Railroad at that place a one day. I now weigh more better
the building will be a nne one for
the designed.The Or should desire an all- couple of days ago on indictment by health than for many years. Kodol did it I keep a bottle constantly
I purpose
Your Life III Bed you the federal grand jury for violation of will be benefited."
of Geo. Rom- humanity
i i mel, Jr.report, upon the Engineer condition of the round service coat, we can fit the Interstate commerce law was but and write this hqping that
arrests. Ser- truly.
the fore-runner of other Yours very
Komana street sewer, was received with
, : Since about third of fife is in you one of our vice has been made upon H. G. Barclay -
a your spent and the recommendations adopted.The
i.
i.l' general agent of the Louisville $ .4. k
disposal of garbage was then *
1 ; bed, why not have the bed comfortable; you taken up and the street'superfnten.dent & Nashville here of a summons Issuedon

1; : get all that'sgood and comfortable in the : Instructe ,to cease placing garb- against an indictment the company by itself the grand and upon pury ,

. : bed line here. : age and Cypress dead animals Pond to on which the propertynear objec- HANDSOMECRAVENETTS Charles Marshall of New Orleans dI- Kodol Dyspepsia 'Cure Is the only digestant or combination of

, tions had been made' by the owners. vision superintendent of the New Or- will digest all classes of food. In adciticn to this fact
: : : Iron Beds $2.50, $4, $5 and up to $25. o oo The question of where to place this leans and Mobile division of the road digestants that ,
: I for similar violations of the federal It contains, in assimilative form;the greatest known tonic and reconstructive -
Springs, Woven Wire and Victor Spiral, $4.50. i :garbage was then discussed at some _
ft length and the board has under advisement statutes. properties. All other digestants and dyspepsia remedies
1 Felt Mattresses $6.50 $15. all of the refuse and "It seems that the three arrests all i i
: placing
L; to I'dead animals in the city clay pits. grew out of the complaints 1 by the digest certain classes of food only, and are lacking in reconstructive

o Feather Pillows, $2, $3, $3.50 and $5. ,. A number of applications for build Order of Railway TeJegra hf/S tat diScharged properties.
union being -
members of the were
1 s BUY USEFUL CHRISTMAS GIFTS. i ing. permits were received and granted. Call in and let us show you by the railroad officials be- Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is prepared at the laboratory of E. C

I cause of the fact that they belongedto Chicago and is sold by leading druggists everywhere.
,
Co.
the elegant style perfect fit DeWitt & ,
1 In Praise of Chamberlain's Cough the union. The section of the In-
Remedy. and splendid construction of terstate commerce law that is allegedto
: I i There is no other medicine manufactured have been violated prohibits any
MARSTON & QUINA, I that has received so much these garments discrimination between employees. Cure
11 praise and so many expressions of The prices are very rea- "The indictments against Farris and KodoI Dyspepsia

t"t"t t 108x110 S. Palafox St. Phone 149. Pensacola, Fla.I&MEDIES :T TtN100NONNNONONNNONONNNNNNONNNNN Remedy.gratitude It as is Chamberlain's effective and prompt Cough sonable, ranging from $12.50 grew against out the of railroad the discharge company of both tele-

relief follows its use. Grateful parents to $25.c I graphers at Flomaton so far as can
\ everywhere do not ,hestltate to !I be ascertained. United States Marshal DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT
{i __ testify to Its merits for the benefit of I Dean however upon being reminded -
. ---- 0 -- x I
, ; FOR SALE BY HOOTON'S PHARMACY.
Marshallbad
. It is a certain cure for croup that Superintendent
Land I will prevent the attack if givenat Jurisdiction only between Mobile .,
I the first appearance of the disease. Watson Parker and New Orleans intimated that other
t FREE DISTRIBUTION It Is especially, adapted to childrenas cases of violation of the law ..ad been
i :
I it is pleasant to take and contains discovered than that at Flomaton. Ho

.. nothing injurious. Mr. A. E. Hum- mentioned Theodore especially AS one A GOOD SIDEWALKGives
'J' IJ! "phreys, a well Known resident and & cf the places between Mobile and New
4 clerk in the store of :Mr. E. Lock, of i Orleans that "might" prove to be the
Colony 'SouthAfrica, of trouble between the railroad
f 1; PENN RHEUMATISM CURE Alice; Cape scene
,says: "I have used Chamberlain's officials and employees. It Is known
Cough Remedy to ward off croup and that former telegraphers' at Theodore the most ordinary property an appearance of substantial -
I colds in my family. I found It to be Rees'Company testified before the grand jury during I value. A poor one can ruin the effect of the hand
NOW GOING ON very satisfactory; and it gives me its session." somest house and grounds. You don't want any ragged
pleasure' to recommend it." For'sale. edges to your property.
by all druggists. "EVERYTHING TO WEAR"SAFETYBOAR No Opium In Chamberlain's Cough j, Among good sidewalks ,a well laid concrete one is easily
t I Remedy. i I' I best Lasts longer costs less for repairs and adds an air of
From the following well! known druggists-Hannah Bros, 'Hooton's ,
, There Is not the giving '
Send orders .. solid. dignity and worth.
in'your now Cough.Renej
Pharmacy, and \V A. D'Alemberte. Chamberlain's to i'I '
We lay such sidewalks and back every one with our guars
i f Call at once If you are a sufferer from acute chronic, inflammatory for extra copies of The Journal's small children as it contains no opiumor s I antee. May we estimate on yours!
or sciatica! Rheumatism or Lumbago. Edition other harmful drug. It has an established -
ti big Christmas D 0TO reputation of more than Iii

and they will be set aside thirty years as the most successful Pensacola Cement Stone Company
t.CAST
AWAY ALL HESITATION for medicine in use for colds croup and ,
I your and
whooping cough. It always cures

t Bultoua and Woiuea's Cloth .. is pleasant to take. Children like it S. J. Harvey Manager. Telephone 1485.
E Now is your opportunity to test the most reliable and safest remedy ", PREPARE Sold by all druggists. ,
,. kver made. Thy does a woman button her garments
lx- on the left side The questionIs Send in your orders now
discussed in the London Tailor and
f Closes Positively Saturday Night. Cutter by several correspondents one for extra copies of The Jour

of whom advances this theory: "For REPORT nal's big Christmas Edition,
f ladies to have the buttonholes la the '
aside Sale
and they will be set: Bankrupt
We guarantee Penn: Rheumatism Cure will cure all forms of Rheumatism right Me of their garments has its
;F \) If curable. We do not wish to be understood by this that we can origin in the times when it was necessary -- for you. .
make crooked limbs straight or cure within 24 hours. WE DO CLAIM that, for a lady wben going out at nightto ,
after an experience of over 60 years by eminent physicians in the special have a gentleman-escort, who supported Called for by Council Upon BUSINESS SENSE.A Monday Dec. 10 at 11 a. m.
,
treatment of Rheumatic cases PENN RHEUMATISM .CURE will help you
her upon his left arm, leavinghis
almost from the beginning of the treatment but if jour case is chronic Sale of Intoxicants Well Ordered Desk Means a WeD
ou must expect to take.if for several weeks to get the full l results.: Thus right the lady's or sword left band arm would at liberty.be free Ordered :Hind."There's All the stock, furniture and fixtures of the

PENN RHEUMATISM CURE i>? an uric acid destroyer absolutely to Minors. one piece of advice" said
',Harmless and entirely free from opiates, iodide of potash: or mercury, ands to fasten or unfasten her cloak at her the senior partner "that I'd like to estate of Hoist Bros. bankrupt at the nOl th.
1 } a strong tonic, building up the weak and debilitated.We own pleasure and without Inconven- business ,
give man taking a -
every young
are so confident of the great and estimable value of our Rheumatic ience. One of the important meetings of position with a desk attached to east corner of Baylen and Zarragossa streets,
Cure that we have taken this method of giving absolutely flee to every the year to be held by the Board of
.ufferer in Pensacola a generous sample box amply sufficient for an The Joy, of.Life. Public Safety will be that of Mon- it It's this: Keep your desk clean. Pensacola Fla. Each article be sold
, ionest test. The man who does not feel his heart day night when a special session is to What I mean by having a desk clean to separately -

;. This is the opportunity of your life if you are in need of such a medicine. throb with gratitude every day of his convene for the purpose of preparinga In keeping everything possible oS it For further information
:" Do not hesitate to call through any false pride. You are under no life for being born in the,very golden report demanded by the City Council except that which is related to the apply to
obligation whatsoever: to purchase one cent's worth. age of the world and who does not feel upon the sale of intoxicants to matter In hand. I've observed In my :
that he owes a tremendous debt to the minors.As time a good many men in their offices ALFRED MOOG
:.: The above mentioned drug stores were crowded all day with sufferers the police officers who are to :1 ,
and I that with few
past to all the people who have strugglad can say very exceptions -
? from rheumatism lumbago and kidney troubles, all anxious to test this enforce the laws, come under the jurIsdiction Trustee.
f L marvelous remt'dKind words were heard on all sides praising the Penn and striven and sacrificed before of the Board of Safety that the real men of affairs are
t: Prug Company for their generous methods in giving the people of Pensa him Is not made of the right. kind of body will make a report upon whatis those who are free from clutter.
.i cola such a liberal opportunity to become acquainted with the healing stuff.-Success Magazine. needed to stop the practice as I "With a lot of papers In front of yon I tNNNON----------------- ............1NNON!
': properties of the famous Penn Rheumatism, Cure. -- pointed out by the society of colored It's almost a certainty that some hourIn
to P. The latter brought the mat I the day you're going to be flustered
Ready s.
t People from all walks of life equally anxious to women.
were try the remedy
b. and it will be of few He-Why are yon wearing that expensive ter to the attention of the council and very likely it will be just when
only a matter a days when Pensacola citizens! who I i IT MAY BE RA Y I IIi
;tl have suffered the tortures of rheumatism will be blessing the day that the gown at that dinner tonight? and from the manner in which that i yon want a clear' bead. The old idea THEREARL
: > proprietors of the Penn Drug Company came to their rescue with their .It Isn't such a swell affair. She-I body took up the question the memo i that a mass of material every which
; great free and'liberal -scue. All that is asked of you is to give this remedy know it, but I don't feel like talking bers are determined to put an end to ;I way on the desk is a sign that a person
six
. It an honest test as they are willing to stand or fall by the results of much and with this gown on I won't children in some sent cases to barely saloons to t!l,Is full of business is pretty well out- Ii TO TALK i
l ft. this free distribution. You will meet couteous treatment and it will probably be entirely lost sight of.-Detroit Free years of age beer, being and other intoxicantsfor I I I worn. Such a collection not only Indicates 4
! ;i save you years of suffering. All are welcome rich or poor. Yours for purchase '
Press.
their parents. It is expected that a lack of order but also Is a sign
health, 9s
" c the report of the Board of safety upon that nervousness may be expected from
\
Where She Parted From PauLA the matter referred to it will be In- the man In the chair. What with filing 1 I
certain old lady was arguing teresting. cabinets and other devices no excess HOLIDAY GOODS

t- Penn Drug Co. Philadelphia Pa strongly for woman's rights in the way Anotber matter' which will be' considered V can be offered nowadays for confusion."A .
of when trial'of Police
preaching some one attempted will be the well ordered desk means a well .
her down with whose hearing was post-
I to put a text fromBtPauL Officer Neel J. .
ordered mind a mind taking up one 4P
"Ah," said she "that's where poned from the last meeting on account .
thing at time and it the .
-- a giving proper
Paul I dit'er-nousebold Words.I of some witnesses.MAXIMUM
and
r r TEMPERATURE 63 I concentrated attention. It effective denotes regularity effort"NewYork and; to you, but "forewarned is forearmed," and !

i' '.A"' NTfEDOR have always thought that: what was DEGREES MINIMUM 46 DEGREES Press. : a little good advice helps everybody and :
good was only what was beautiful put
f G ItJ la action.-Rousseau. Temperatures In Pensacola yesterday o hurts no one. :
EAsy Going Dutch Spoiling.In
maximum
the
-------- fell considerably I
ffltl'1t A Brave Staffer.I record at the local weather office at the good old days wben the Dutch o If you are thinking of making your husband !

: f tell you" said one man to anotheras 3:10: p. m. being 63 degrees, while were supreme in the administration' of a brother, father or sweetheart a Xmas 4
the minimum was 46 degrees at 6:40 t the affairs of New Amsterdam everybody
they emerged from the dimly lighted I : present, will find in Y
stock
L a. m. f knew everybody else and it nattered you my an assort
t corridor of a concert ball "I envy Last year on the same date the j little how proper names were I: ment of Bath Robes, Fancy and Silk Vests, :
fellow who singing""Envy
that was and the minimum
maximum was 61 degrees
i spelled: Modern lawyers and civil
t him!"echoed the! other "Well. 48 degrees. t t service reformers would be shocked ''i: Patent Leather Shoes, Large stock Hosiery, :

t. if I were going! to envy a singer I'd -. n' !, at orthographical: freedom of the I o and the swellest line of Neckwear to select +
t.i with ------- I'
't, You Can Sweep Up Dead select somebody a better voice.
] clerk of the burgomasters court of from
t Cockroaches by the Panful His was about the poorest I ever I I those times. i ever seen in the city, to say nothing of i
Here Is a sample case
< any Morning, if the Night heard." I If HANDSAND taken from the old Dutch records In ,: the line of clothing I have to offer at from
L Before You f| "It's not his voice I envy, man." was If COLD which the $9 to $30
Use and
name of a plaintiff Is spelled ; cravanettes in all grades and :
the. reply. "It's his. tremendous. eourShe's FEET I five different ways:
1 patterns from $7.50 to $25. :
age. In a' case before the court In 1C55; ;

Be ." are often caused by coffee I Jan -Hacking" is a complainant against Come early and. make your selection. _V : :
I It circulation. .the (Inspector of tobacco, who has certified .

t F{ Stearns' Electric Rat and Roach Paste 1 The left Lancashire the !word clergycuitt"obeout, who of the recently I drinking-poor I l to was Jan good."Hocklns"The Inspector that the saTs tobacco 1e ..

marriage service gives as hIs reason I In his defense i :
I Your money back if it fails to exterminate Cockroaches.Bed Bun. Water Boss.eto.r. wish to start :POSTUMMAKfS.J&iR.M.RED that be inspected the
It is them out of doors to dia. that he does not women tobacco.at the '
r. sore death to Rats and Mice driving request of Jan "H&ec-I JOS. COtEMAN
2 or. bOil, 29 Cants 10 oz. box SI.OO. married life at a disadvantage. But It klai" on June 26, and aforesaid "Ha- i
1! SeM everywhere tent direct prepotd.a receipt.1 price. 8 really matters little in practice. It Las BLOOD I gins" kept the barrel of
;, STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE, CO., Brill, N. Y., U. S. A. tTuIst7Qk aze li long been understood that though a the 30th without tobacco until Phone 727.
finding out that: it o 212 S. Palafoxl 1N
f: I man and his wife are-ene, the wife !Is I I "THERE'S A REASON" I fwd. Then Jan "Hakins" has some-was v .
that one.ndoD Globe.
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I THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER. 8, 1906. \ !

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, }i-I MUST BORROW 'What's'i The Shoe men With, BetterThan RepuUtlo'n : COOL W [EATBERI ; I Gained 'fen Pounds In Two- Weeks. -.



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1. II I MONEY FOR C c-us-.g U : -:--"-. S yUle M r.,J.Ark.B.CooperolScotts-, who wasted ,- '


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-. away from 180 pounds to '

SALARIES 150 pounds ina few : J' .

SHOES FIRES months, praises Duffy's -

I for Christmas gifts? What's 1. S f'- ,, Pure Malt Whiskey for -

I Board of Public Instruction more useful than restoring his health. -

Fire Department Had. Thre f
t required only two bottles .
Must Negotiate Loan of S SHOES? S
Calls to effect a cure and
,to" Burning 'Buildings : fss2; '
'
r, Several Thousand. What's more practicalfor ,,A increase his weight 10 4. .
Last Night. '
I IF IT'S A QUESTION Christmas thanSHOES S 7 pounds, according to his .- *:

MEETING OF THE BOARD' HELD / ,- -
? 5- own statement, written j jS : -
nut the weather, don't YESTERDAY, WHEN PAY ROLL The cool weather of yesterday and
last night had the usual effect.of call- ; -y,5 June 6, 1906, which follows : ; -
t::;KC chances take aIm FOR PAST MONTH WAS. SUBMITTED So,:why not let your pres- ing out the fire department to extinguish .

\'v raincoat. This is -TEACHERS ASK FOR ents for Christmas be Instances blazes where, but the in services two of the of four fire- -3 I ; :

: bf'1 rer than to take a PAY DURING PERIOD SCHOOLS SHOES? occupied men needed as ,residences.the buildings were not -S / man"During of general my seventeen merchandise yean I as have a sales-lost :. : -

: ,'qid.. WERE CLOSED ON ACCOUNT OF The first call for the firemen of the S 1J about six months time only until recently, -'.
when I contracted attack of bronchitis
.5 ; a severe -
day was to the home 01 Geo. T. Morgan '
; STORM. I whichma4e me feel as though I had : --
Here J :
are the real re- on East Gadsden street, where consumption."I .

Inhle The regular MEYERSHOE CO. i the chimney was being burn d out, had been bothered with a Blight! cough I- '-E
monthly meeting of the _
; waterproof coats
and
in the
some one turned fire alarm. -S.. '
County Board: of Public Instructionwas The second alarm 'l / for eight or nine months. I lost in weight, J
made in form-fitting and held yesterday. Chairman Clubb about was' last hight -s from ISO to ISO pounds. My doctor recommended -
7 o'clock when the
FEET FURNISHERS tiepartmen
FOR FOLKS
presiding and Messrs. mount and Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey as the -
regular Cravanette style Agerton being present responded to an alarm and extinguished / best cure for consumption, so I'decided to .

The first business to come before 102 S. PALAFOX ST. a blaze which had started in the 7 II t try it, and after using two bottles sweetened .
Prices $10 the warehouse on Tarragona street of the / III- S with rock candy I gained ten pounds ?
to $27.50. meeting was the report of the -
Lewis Bear Co. Hay and cottonseed
treasurer. which showed an overdraft \ Il/Il J \ 'S in two weeks. ; SS
meal sacks were burning and it S
-
required SIlI
of 11,063.09. This f///// "It certainly does all the doctor told at
the pay roll of the superintendent was followed for by C. V. THOMPSON() considerable work to extinguishthe it.,would do, and is the most effective tonic --
flames. arid stimulant I have ever taken. The doctor -
salaries of I
I teachers and other expenses THE While the'firemen were at that J S had me order some of it for his patients, ti -
,
CTANDARDfLOTHINGfO making a total of for STATIONERNo. II
the $7,319.62 I point an alarm summoned two of the I 1 so you can sec what he thinks of it. jI

I JThIESEN BUILDING t.... ordered past paid month.when It funds was approved' and. 20 South Palafox St trucks to box No. 15, at the corner I I Respectfully yours, .
are in hand.A Holiday goods all fresh and new. of Baylen and Zarragossa streets J. B. COOPER.Duffy's :
petition from the teacners Box Papers latest MR.I. B. COOPER. L S
requesting styles; Tissue and where a roof was ablaze but was extinguished -
pay for one week lost on account Crepe Papers. :
before the men arrived.
of the hurricane was received. Bibles Cards Testaments, Postal Paper, Booklets.Dollies, Christmas Novelty .- Shortly before midnlfibt.the worst
Malt
It Pure
was the IfIs If-
TURTON &. BELL. it sense of the board that Purses and Hand Bags French Stag blaze of the-day occurred' It was the : Whiskey :
FH01GGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. wasnot_ responsible for the s-/ries Novelties, Dainty Thermometers fordecorative store of C. M. Wilson'corner of Bar-
Kttak lufftt! rinisiiaj fjAnu'gurj.. of teachers during this period. The purposes Dime and Penny, known
schools had been ordered to open on Banks Visiting. Cards. Pound Papers etc. I celona the Gonzalez and Gregory store streets and but for the as an absolutely pure gentle and invigorating stimulant! and tonic! it build up the nerre 5 ; -
a certain date, but I tissues tones the heart gives power to the brain strength and elasticity to the mu & 7s -
owing to the facuuiij up ij
.. fine work of the firemen other buildings
.., ___ .
COTTRELL, nv UL mo L.uuiiuiugs""' were Un' in an unfit would have caught.' The flames cles and richness to the blood. It brings into action all the vital forces, it makes 4 --: d

FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.Pensacola. condition as a result of this storm, seemed to burst out of a number of digestion; perfect and enables you to get from the food you eat the nourishment it con V '4 -T > .
Fla. the commencement of the term was tains. It is invaluable for overworked men, delicate women and sickly children. It .
confined to roof,
postponed NEW OFFICERSOF points, being the the is of health and longevity makes the old
for one week. Under these strengthens system a promoter good young
short time It seemed that
conditions the board declined to grant and for a and keeps the young strong. Duffy' Pure Malt Whiskey is a form of food already i
R. K. WHITE the request and appointed Judge the residence of Mrs.but Coulson this ad- digested} i it contains no fusel oil and is the only whiskey that is recognized as a medicine. I '
joining would Ignite was
l VUtchiriVtr. .ngieweler. an1 Graduate Blount a committee 01: one to reply to This is a guarantee. :

( .K.ar.: .30 S. Faafo Street. Pensacola. Fla. the teachers. THE iBFC. prevented.The entire. roof of the store was Sold ly an druggists and grocers, or direct, In sealed bottles only; < j I
The board has
teachers will lose determined no time on that accountof the burned and the water stock,of goods. greatly never in bulk. Price $1. Insist on the genuine, and see that the "Old ; -1 --

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the delay In opening, for while damaged by Chemist" trade-mark Is on the labeL Beware of refilled bottles and .

Tersely ToldMr. the schools did not commence until malt whiskey substitutes offered for sale by unreliable dealers. \'
one week later than announced,they spurious
Milton. and Mrs. W. J. Wii ams, Jr., of will be continued just one week longer C. LOSSES: IN THE'IRISCO They are positively harmful and will not cure. Medical booklet and doctors klaE ii. ; J
were among the visitors to than if the
commencement had
te city yestErday.Wm. upon the date first announced.No occurred .- fiRE advice free. Duffy Malt' Whiskey Co., Rochester, N. Y.

R. Johnson has returned froma Money in Treasury. -
few days business trip to New Orleans Notwithstanding the fact that the LEWIS BEAR CO., DISTRIBUTERS. t' :

and ....lo ile. board was compelled to negotiate a A Large and Enthusiastic :

The many friends of S. F. loan of several thousand dollars last REPORT OF SPECIAL COMMITTEEON
Bogart '"
.nl) regret to learn that he is confined month to pay the salaries of the teachers Meeting of the Order a H i.I
K. his home by sickness. there is no money in the treasury SETTLEMENTS MADE *; PRESS DISCUSSION- OF I I$0 I Catarrh ? Cured SEEK NO : i.
to meet the pay roll for Novem- pEN b
Mr and Mrs. J. M. Griffin are the ber. the tax collections being but a Was Held.A PUBLIC. : PUBLIC MEASURES. YOU FJlRTHERr'l': '
I PenDc.rarrbCUNCOtDptete S rJ \ 11
rroud parents of a ten pound baby very small amount Consequently It I "1f.". ;t 1-Hr fi'*:1 I niooths treatment with atomizer! fcTablets Penn f j
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coy who arrived Tuesday will be and Uqnid Medication.Coughs .
morning. I necessary to borrow more what yoa bare ..

There will be a matinee at the money with which to meet the payrolls large and enthusiastic meetingof San Francisco By Associated, J;)ec. Presc.7.-The reportof Won't Have It. a and Colds Conquered An UrIc Acid Destroyer 1 f ,
I opera house this afternoon. Mr.Paul not only for November, but also Council No. 778 Knights of Colum. the special committee of the board Every one of the Constitutional PENN' CIIEBBT fXTZIB.ftm :Free from Delates, Iodide of t'- 11 1 I
I Gilmore, In "At Yale" being the attrac"on. -I for December, as there is little prospect bus, amendments was defeated. This is FoUnb or:Mercury. ul f J
was recently held when officersto of trustees of the Chamber of Commerce -
of a sufficient amount collected A (teoerous free sample tor- j
: I being insurance settlements after a severe blow to the "wisdom" of the RUB IT IN warded,wrUe to : ; I
and placed to the credit of the serve the ensuing term were chosenas on last legislature. When u
capt: T. E. Welles, who has been board to meet the pay roll. Mr. Ager- follows: the big fire whicA'.;has. .just been chance at the "referendum"the voter getsa he h11'-: PENNLINI5I' SSete. PLDRUG CO., 1.! ;\ :

assent from the city on a visit to ton was appointed a committee to'negotiate Grand Knlght--John' Massey published says: knocks It ,sllly.-Bronson Times- ltJnJdl.t: J For Sale by all Druggists Phubda..Pa.S ;
Ahens, Ala, and > "The totaT aeafii i was a out
Pulaski Tenn.. has for a loan of some $20,000 Democrat -t
returned. I which it is anticipated, will carry the Deputy Grand Knight:-L. B. Mar- 3,000 acres, or about 4.7 square miles t t !

W. A. Allen, special collector of board through until the collections zonL containing: 520 blocks and about 25- The Legislature.The .
Chancellor A. D. Alfred. 000 buildings. One-half of these:were
customs, who has been on a visit from taxes are sufficient "humble servant of the dear S
'(> friends and relatives in South In this connection it was shown :financial Secretary-Thomas John residences., I people" who wants to go to the legislature S
Florida, has returned to the city, and I that the city with Its system of tax son.Recording The amount of Insurance" overing I tells how he longs to serve Brighten Up the Furniture for Christmas r '
resumed his duties at the custom collections had received over $50,000 Secretary-J. S. Leonard. property In the burnedUdistrict :was his country, and when he gets to Talahassee -
louse. and that the amount placed to the Warden-R. L. Nichelsen. approximately $235,000,000 (estimated he hires clerks assis- '1 t- '
Mr credit of the school board from coun- Chapiain-Rev. i''atherFullerton.. ). The value of buildings and contents ants, and attaches galore pages to black Any woman can apply our ready-mixed .J I .
and Mrs. Joseph Arbona are receiving ty collections was less than $700. Lecturer-John O'Brien. : destroyed in the fire must have I! S
congratulations his shoes, do his reading and run errands paints to furniture. Wonderful how a little t\\
over the ar
Christmas Holidays. Advocate-J. J. Sullivan, Jr. been about $350,000,000 being an estimate -
riyal reached of a their fine home twelve-pound girl, who The board decided to have the Inner Guard--Chas. Gassayne. on the Insurance, liability the pay> the, and"dear"the bills.same-Bronson"dear" Timesdemocrat people- paint brightens up things. 25 cents a can. t. ; f
on Wednesday schools close for the Christmas holidays Outer Guard-Frank Riera. known ratio of insurance to value S
night-! Mother and child are doing on Friday.' December 21. and remained Trustees-John Christie, James ([about 70 per cent) ,and a guess that Shake or stir can before using. ,Apply with Il l''

wceiy closed. until 'WednesdaY"'J: McHugh and W. R. Gonzalez. there: was about 5 per cent of property The Drainage Proposition.The brush. Good brush 25 cents. )! :
Advertisers will "find The Weekly uary 2, thus Riving the pupils and that carried no insurance."In i J' :, -
has been
Journal teachers a lengthy holiday. spite of the earthquake. in spiteof drainage proposition I L
a good advertising medium. ;
Send in orders killed, and it's been dead since Saunders Mill Company
ever ; ( ,
your now
of Baltimore
The circulation is very large and it Geo. W. Milstead was appointed the nearness in time the ,
clr. nlates in a territory that is not supervisor of school No. 18 at Mill- for extra copies of The Jour and Toronto conflagrations. the but way down in the depths of our Phone 717. 21 Cast Cardan Street. 1 "
hearts, still
reached by any other paper. The adTertlHng view. nal's big Christmas Edition comoanies' will finally have paid undoubtedly that we those lands have a would lingering be vale.able notion t li i j', ,
rates In the neishborhood of 80 -- -- f'
are not high and all
01) rh,- readers of The Weekly Journal The Christmas Dinner.In and they will be set aside per cent of the amount of insurance and that they ought to be re- --- -- --------------------- ''
claimed. Again we say that the un- m e,. 44++ 4,. .... 'H +
*:'ill! have money to spend for the spile of the fact that the word involved. At Chicago there was 50 :
holidays. Think it over. dyspepsia means literally bad cook for you. per cent paid, in Baltimore 90 per prec dented slaughter of this proposition i n I

The Journal's it.will not be fair for many to lay the cent" was a more stinging rebuke to r GIFTS ,IN JEWELRYAND CUT GLASSNothing (
big Christmas Edi- blame on the cook if they begin the grafts and grafters than to the reclamation -
tion will be pride to every Pensaco- Christmas Dinner with little appetiteand CONGREGATION of these lands.-Jackson- : r
lan It will be by far the best ever ville Floridian.It !la more suitable for a Christmas gift or more appreciated by L .
printed in this end it with distress, or nausea. It THE HAIR BRUSH. T the recipient, than a piece of Jewelry or cut glasa. My stock was selected t.
section
of the state. may not be fair for any to do that- .T for the special purpose of affording something suitable for this purpose. f I
to Vmv!: extra copies will be printed let us hope so for the sake of the WAS LARGE! Breeds Dandruff. Which Causes Fail- It Coming.If 0 Here are just a few of the offerings: i. ,.
supply the great demand.' Orders cook! The disease dyspepsia indicates ing Hair and Finally Baldness. you are a politician, which nobody 2 DIAMOND GOODS. .,J. '
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relation coming in town in very and fast out, of and town the'will cir, a bad stomach that is a weak Prof. tuna Hamburg. Germany ought to be professionally just 4 Diamond Rings ........$10 to $185 1 Diamond Stick Pins ... ..$5 to $25.. "' .
"p ctomach rather than a bad cook, and European authority on skin diseases, put it down in your notebook that allover Diamond Breeches.59 to $50 I I Diamond UockeU ..... .$10 to $30 f. : l
sacola iarge.should Every business man in Pen- for a weak stomach there is nothing AT THE REVIVAL: SERVICES AT says that dandruff is as.contagious as the country the politicians whore i WATCHES. c'
be represented and else equal to Hood's Sarsaparilla. It suspected of closeness of relationto !
every progressive business man will THt BAPTIST CHURCH LAST any other malevolent disease and that Ladies' size, 20-year filled Keystone cases ........._...._..$1230 to' gao .,'
be represented Watch gives the stomach vigor and tone, one common source of the spread of the railroads are taking to the i Solid Gold 14 karet ...................................._.;__......$Z2 to $35 i It .;' "
for ILThe cures dyspepsia, creates appetite,and NIGHT. dandruff is the use of the same hair woods or being chucked over the Solid Gold Diamond set .................................................. $47 S f.; :, "
Tampa papers report the elec- makes eating the pleasure it should brushby> different persons. The way ransom. Every senator in :Minnesota Gentlemen's 12 and 16 size watches ............................. $14 to $40 > C
,
lion there Monday I be. who voted last session againstan
night of Estaban A. to avoia catcning aanurun or any oiner CHAINS AND LOCKETS. i '

;uoreno, lormerly of Pensacola, to the The largest congregation to disease from another's brush, is to anti-pass bill was elected the other Solid gold watch chain I ..................._...............:......$3.50 to $10 ; "'
captaincy of the Hillsboro Guards. gatherat insist on the use of Newbro's Herpi- day to stay at home-and this without I Solid gold locket ....... ..........................................$3.75 to $15 ?
Capt. Moreno was at one time a mem- the First Baptist church since the cide. It not only kills, the dandruff regard to party. When the Diamond Lockets .......!...........................................$10 to $30 Ii- ..' ...
ber of the Ebcambia Rifles and was "The Best is What We Sell" commencement listened the cf the revival services germ: but it is also an antiseptic that groundswell gets down this way be CUT GLASS. !
to sermon last of i
first the sergeant of that company durIng Rev. Dr. Hamilton and throughoutthe night will prevent the catching of any disease prepared for it-Tampa Times. Cut Glass Pitchers .................................._._....$4.50 to 11.50 .t, II I
Spanish-American war. He whatever through contagion of Z Cut Glass Bowls ..................................._..........$3.25 to $9.00 ': -' Ii
was: later appointed on the major's powerful effort of that prominent another's brush. Sold by_ W. A.I Croom Can Give Them. Cut Glass Vases ........................._....................$2.25 to $7.00 ,.. '
Stuffed evangelist much Interest was shown. ......... .. .................... i
Ftalt with the rank of first lieutenant D'Alemberte druggist and apothecary The Tallahassee True Democrat i Cut Glass Nappies ........ ...... $1.25 to $3 J' < '
Rev. Dr. Hamilton had as his text: in Cut Glass Sugar and Cream Sets ...............................$3.25 to $5.00 ; j jf
ill S. Palafox St. Send lOc claims to be the people's ands ,
Judge and Mrs. B. S. paper
.
LJddon, of Which Is to 'ihem a Token of Perdi- These are simply a few of the many articles I am offering and all of 5 ; 1
Marlanna spent yesterday and last ion," and he handled his subject ina stamps for sample to The Herpicide published at the Capitol where it f my goods are fully guaranteed. If not represented, your money back. : :r!
t'ght:' In Pensacola en route hfiie FIGSAND most masterly manner. Co., Detroit, :\lich.i has access to the state officials' .'

from Xew Orleans. where they spent Splendid music was rendered by records and acts. It might get the .. ,
the past week. They figures as to how much the railroads ::'
were cordially the choir led by Rev. Dr. Wakefield
of Florida assessed at, and publish 'i Wo A OAIHILIENBISCK9
(treated by many of tneir Pensacola and the chorus which is being organIzed are
curious and :
Menus. them to satisfy a
by him is larger each
night growing Van Camp'sPork contented public who are paying the 218 South Palafox Street. -
The best Is always the cheapest i taxes, while from our information f.
At East End Church.Rev.
Get nIne Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla. I W. D. Wakeneld: who is so the railroads are practically exempt ; ......................... ...................... .... ''llu

Absolutely pure, go twice as far and delighting the congregations at the : and Beans from taxation? Public curiosity is ,. .
the Blue( Flavor" DATESStuffed that has to be satisfied -
Ribbon is perfec- revival at the First Baptist church, something ". v.-v .v ?
tion. Ask for the 25c size. and the Democrat would make the
will sing at the new East End Baptist

W. A. GAHLENBECK'S church preach at Sunday 11 a. m.morning A cordial and Invitation will- make an appetizing i"hit fi."Ures.-Ft.of its life"Myers by Press.publishing these .
and al-! Can This 1 114K
WINDOW DISPLAY is extended to all to attend. dish are I You Match ?

way ready. Pleas- Send in your orders now :

". A. Gahlenbeck. the well known with TWELVE MEXICANS '
the taste and :
to for of The
!fo'\\'f'lf.'r. has ant extra copies J ournal's -
one of the neatest Christmas DROWNED IN MINEBy

*" windows in the city. In the low- PECANS, chock full of nour- big Christmas Edition : Solid Gold Watch, Elgin movement ........,......................$2900
portion of the window. a fine dis- Associated Press. ishment 10 15 and I 2S.year.Gold fil.ed Watch, Hampden movement .......................15.00
,
rl"" of watches diamonds and cut Laredo, Texas Dec. 7.-At Monterey and they will be set aside : Solid Gold Locket a* low as ..... .,................................$ 400 -
*ks: attracts every passerby and WALNUTS, Mexico, last Tuesday an accident 20 cents.Campbell's Solid Gold Cuff Links ................................................S.$ 2-00
''wve> these, standing under a Christ occurred in the shaft of the Avino !: for you. : Solid Gold Scarf Pin ..................................................$ 1.00

Blas bell is a magnificently costumed ALMONDS mine which sniffed out the lives of I Soups, in 21 : Gold and sliver-mounted Umbrellas of the best quality at lowest prices. ; I j.
*az doll in evening dress the dress twelve Mexicans. It is reported that I NOTICE. S
ben'! ? that must attract accident due assorted flavors, 10 I There will be a special meeting of the Anything to be found In an up-to-date; Jewelry store, such .t hand. I .
something the was to the carelessness
every' Mb Box Stuffed Figs .....25 cia stockholders of the Pensacola, Alabama painted China, Silver Noveitiefc. Silver-plated Table Ware, Carving Sets, ttc F I
I', woman and every girl who sees of some one letting in water tothe cents. I and Tennessee Railroad company on
Mr Gahlenbeck's window Is are Mb Box Stuffed Dates ......20 cU lower level where the men weredrowned. II Monday December 17. 1906. at the office All goods engraved without extra charge.CHRISTMAS ) S
fiste! in the I cf the company in Pen coa.! Fla.. at 11
extreme. Assorted Stuffed Dates ....10 ctsRoseoau&Gerelds o'clock a. m. to vote on the proposition.
Sol Cahn & Co. to authorize the Issue of additional capital
Send in your orders now Send in your orders now i I the stock construction and provide of the funds branch to line aid of.railroad in 'Davis

()T.extra copies of The Journal for extra copies of The Jour 'The Pur Food Store. line to Mobile from *Ala point, and on to the transact P. A. &such T. J. F. Jeweler ;

l s biqr Christmas Edition THE FANCY GROCERS, nal's big Christmas Edition S Southwest Comer Palates aid Inteadenda 1 other business as may, property come before ,

ind i they will be set aside 116 SOUTH 'PALAFOX ST. and they will be set aside Phones 1178 By the order meeting of the president. Brent Building i i 23 S. Palafox I Street. S '

for you. Phone 391 for- \ r J" IL SHERlULL.:1.oawhr Secretary. >....T..T u.........u.. .. "' ............... ......... .. .............. u. U.. -

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itijksatolu cmtnal Appointments and fir A
Recommendations.Nearly :i t.! 'C.SORTS. J I

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six years ago 'Governor Jennings LEARN STENOGRAPHY!

abolished the rule that had been I The Everglades.The .
In force prettiest) place that, I have seen E
SUNDAY. In regard to making appoint-
DAILY. WEEKLY.
.Where the hamming bird and. the
ments on the recommendation of county -
I : EVERY MORNING EXCEPT: MONDAY evergreen,4" : :*: : ; BOOKKEEPING !
, ___ PUBLISHED executive committees and Cover-: And the golden rods that never fade LEARN .

...BY... i nor Broward has followed his precedent -Nod in the, tropic Everglade. ;S
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'I but it seems that some t ..-
people
I : COMPANY. And all lovely isles, .
THE JOURNAL around those
: can't be made to understand this.It :
is
and constantly -
Where the redbirds sing and beauty The demand for Stenographers. Bookkeepers
L might not be right for tha ..)vernor I.

I FRANK L MAYES, Pr.cid.nt an* G.n.r.l Manager to ignore the wishes of a county committee 'Twas smiles there ,I met by chance a maid- as increasing. Last weak we were -called upon to fill

.I in the matter of an appointmentbut I The, Indian girl of the Everglade. ij nine good positions. Our courses'are". practical and terms very g

"' MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESSI nevertheless the fact remain'" reasonable. '

i that It has been done for six ;years A warrior sang a song to me' tiE si*
'Aswe" eat at the foot of a cypress i "
and is likely to 'continue for ,
sixty

4 I .:-"t On* Tear .. ....SUBUCRIPTION......$5 00 One RATES Month .. .. .. .. .. 45 more. A song tree-of, the wars\- so:long ago I ![t Twentieth Century Bookkeeping. IiII

c Six Months. % .. .. .. 2 50 One Week. .. .. .. .. .. 10 The Executive has been the subjectof When they used the .atrow', and the
I Three Month.. .. .. .. 125 Weekly Edition per ;year..fl COti much adverse criticism on this account bow. I
r. Shorthand. i i"fi'
; Pernin Light-Line
but it seems to have had no effect 1
He showed me how they used to
The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a' Detailed on him. If the'precedent set by 'prance I ::: tUti

Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. Jennings is objectionable to the people Through the maddening maze of the I i

" and they desire that in the matterof green-corn dance, f 5 5I
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-- all county appointments the executive As we lay in the cool, sequestered I We have the largest night 55

( ....... PMIM 3$ Papers Sal on Trains act only on the recommendationof shade, school in Florida. Phone 900 .
I" .I. In the the Everglade.Pat .
.... I sunny clime of
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. the
\IB'IIIIIIOffIcttlOO and stall News Stands. county committee interested Murphy In Tampa Tribune. 1 or ca.llat the college and let'stalk -
we suggest that each candidate for ::=:::

the Democratic nomination In the. When Father Rode the Goat. m it over. -7'" .:.:.:.:=..
-Corner and'DeLuna Sts.PENSACOLA ..
Offices-Journal Building Intendvnoia next primary; be made to go on recordon The house was full of arnica H 1

the question. It Is the only way And mystery profound; H I Pensacola Business College
i I : We do not dare to run about
SATURDAY by; which the question can be reached. Or make sound lii1:1unnltiiluiuinuI.: : : ....". :::.nttifli.d.: 'I:.".."._'!'" m !!!!:! ,!,,;::;:'::,,':'!",!:,:" ,,:,;
the ; :
slightest :
: S. MORNING DECEMBER 3 1306. '
f f FLORIDA ing The a recent Live Oak appointment Democrat In where discuss the, We And leave do not the strike big piano a note shut; : i; ; :!:!i!!!!!i!U i Ii: ffiiH f ai--: i!i!! i Ii: !!! I I:I !::!j i! m ;!!! i ill!!:i:;; i i:!!:i Hi E j:!j i: =...:.:..

I [: And Pensacola is still a conrting.ihaicorediother accommodations at Flomaton and the governor failed to consult a county The doctor's been here several times

"" I work of rebuilding at this time is poor committee says: Since father rode the goat. buys a horse and the next day the Georgia had been given a fine fat used a razor?"

; tragedy satisfaction and no defense '"or the I Governor Broward has appointed price of feed goes op." 'possum by some of his admirers ,and "Wuss dan dat?"
rf. to its credit In the Cowhen-Thomas I treatment that the company has accorded -John S. McFall as tax collector of He joined the lodge a week ago- was keeping it In a barrel feeding It "Is you-yo' ain't done killed nobody

-. duel on the streets of Atlanta Tues its patrons to the present I Hillsborough county to succeed ,Chas, Gotinat4AM.And 1> Applicable.A heavily to 'still further Increase its ?"
day. time. pp E. Worth. resigned and the Tampa sixteen brethren brought him Sunday school superintendentin weight says the New York Herald.He "Wass dan dat!"
}= Tribune complains bitterly of the appointment home, x talking to his pupils about crueltyto had decided to have it killed the "Den hyah's'bir; we tangle!" the
: That "tired feeling" is evidenced on because it was made with- Though he say ;he brought them. animals said: "Only a coward "next day when to his rage. It was old man shouted, throwing aside his
The Hardeman out the recommendation of the Democratic His wrist was sprained and one bigri' coat "De good Law.} tin
Tenn. in
)he faces of the peonage Jury doing ( ) Free' Press would abuse a creature that has no stolen the nightShortly forglbe yo
11' Service for the government: in JudgeJwane's man says according to the. Memphis know county executive committee.We Had rent his Sunday coat- I I way of protecting itself. Why, children afterward a revival meetingwas ef he alive wants! Yo's ter, but Abs gwne| skiayo'
de
about this
nothing case and ; varmint
dat stole
I knew little who being held and those who
Commercial-Appeal: once a boy among
time i
; court. make neither comment'nor criticism There must have, been a lively mah. 'possum!"
'We see from an esteemed ontemptnary it but the When father rode the goat. I I cut off a cat's tail! Think of It-took went up to the mourner's' upon vigorous
; expressionof
f The Memphis Commercial-Appeal ; that In the fourteenth centurythe opinion by The Tribune suggeststhe ,/ I a knife and cut the tail right off! certain very; black Jim and his Friends.If .
:' observes that Heart's campaign brewer was compelled by law to question to what extent does He's resting on'the couch to-day Can any; one tell me a verse In the grief seemed Inconsolable. you' don't want your friend to
1
:; added x-I sell three'gallons of beer, or forty-; party law-if there is any party law And practicing his slgns- Bible that would have taught this "Dat's all right mah brudder!" the forget ;you just borrow son. money
I i I renses-$26.io-wben I eIght glasses, for 2 cents. And here on the subject-bind the governor, The hailing signal working grip cruel boy'that he'should not have cut I old man shouted. 'Don' matter whut from him. If you want vor.r Mmd
E; xuake 23-Skidoo. we air like a darned tool living In In appointments ct this character to And other monkeyshines; off the cat's .tail?" yo' done, de good Lawd gwlne fergibe to forget you just loan him .om..
the twentieth century; and paying I Scents He muttel'S' words 'neath his After a moments silence a small i I you!" .
;' Governor-elect Hughes has announc- either await 'or abide by; the actionof pass money.; Paradoxical but true.
a glass. We would a been will the county committee? His constitutional breath boy held up his hand and when asked I I "But Ah's been powerful mean"
:- *d that he will not try; to organize the ing to live 600 years'ago if'we could function, of..course! recognizes And other things hell quote- to quote his verse ventured: "What Jim declared weeping."Is Recipe for Happiness.A .
frew York legislature but will let the have got a tank of beer fer a nickel no such committee and he They surely bad an evening's worth God hath Joined together- let. no man yo' stole chickens?" the old little laughing as you go

r legislature organize Hselt.f but it.looks like'as If we miss all the is simply required to use his best When.fatherrode, the goat, put asunder.? man demanded. A little work and play,
goods things of this here life. Judgment and get information from "Oh wuss 'en dat!" A little harmless hoping just
The strike of the mechanical forceof what sources he can In determiningthe He has a gorgeous uniform. The- Depth of Infamy. "Good Lawd! He'p dis po" nigger! !" To while the time away.

the Tampa News,has been declared The Atlanta Georgian gives this advice fitness of an appointment; but is All gold 'and red- and blue, An old negro preacher of Southern the old preacher entreated. "Is yo* -Paul Coot

i: cff and that bright and* newsy paper to the Kentucky Society of Atlanta there any; party law which requires A hat. with plumes and yellow braid ---- ---

: las resumed the- "even tenor of its which will give a banquet in that him .to do more than be sure that And golden badges too.
the is of the But somehow when mention it
appointee right political we
; in which
city the near future in
: "ay faith! Is there .any consideration He wears a look so grim ,
"acqua pura" will be tne! only drink: stronger than courtesy that weuld We wonder if he. rode.the goat li
: Patrons of the L. & N. would be "Let, true gallant descendants of compel him to adopt tne recommendation Or if the goat rode him. r.T..A..M..U..O..S..E..M.E..N..T.S..r

1 pleased if Flomaton and Mobile would ,Daniel Eoone choose the better element of the county committee or -Spokane (Wash.) Outpost I

,i-: be given new and decent depots-"They : and crown their feasts with the even wait to hear It," before makingthe i i I i !
The Newly Married Man.
g Heed 'em" remarks the Bay MlnetteTimes. 1 highest glory of their civic trinity. an interesting appointment one.? The and question we suggestit is The Atchison Globe observes that (

f 'Banished be the horses, banned 'be only to ascertain if there is authority "Somehow'after big first month's bills ..........:...............t.... ..t..t ...........to.... .

t The first event of the new year of every; drop of treacherous liquor and or weight on either side -of the is have come in, 'newly married man

let best and 'loveliest sue. suggests the unfortunate man who
f. Interest to Floridians is the Pensa women-last and
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t cola Mardi Gras and the railroads ,of Kentucky's prodults-be thereto i --------- '

have already; decided to give cheap compensate your every sacrifice ,,< .: "H i T s' :
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and to'reward with radiant smiles
r, rates for the occasion. I he ,brave reform which Kentucky; THE REAL ISSUE IN THE

Twenty-seven Republican candi- modern sons have set against Ken- { .

dates for' congresswere defeated by I tucky's ancient banquet creeds." : : -
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Democrats attheNovember, elections. NsJi4NqE.cA1yrPAIN "5" -

-. to say. nothing ci those who were refused The famous Gillette murder trial inXew : ;- ,::0 3c : ir'

f renomination. Lame dncka in York'came to a close a few days NEW YORK" PRE .$, -

f plenty for the president to provider ago with the conviction of the defendant I' 'Th $
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r The fOllowingda) Gillette '
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made :the 'statement: "She (Grace C'. '
I Justice Harlan, just retired from the The New York "Press" warns the ting out untessj-they a tr men- : ;
Brown stood and from her : '
) came
: supreme court bench. says there is not up policy holders of the New York Life 4uou3 selfish interest in the successof jt
end of the boat toward me and was and Mutual Life insurance companiesthat the ring tickets. It is certain that '
truth in the rumor that he will be a ti .
,r candidate for the Republican nomination crying, and said sha was discouraged. their fight against the StandardOil they have gone to the very; edge of ,
To end'It all I took my tennis racquetout and Morgan-Perkins Rings is by the law in theirefforts to enlist the 1'5'
: for governor of Kentucky next of the straps of my dress suit no means won. support of emp yes, who if left to .
f 'ear. He never believed In fighting a Those who are'backing the two administration their) own choice would see that 'S.
loosing battle. case and struck her twice. She" fell tickets have not givenup. their best interests lay in a change of : '4t -t:
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;and I dumped' 'her overboard. And Instead they are only. just, be- managements that would restore public -
With Hughes as the only Republican yet in the face of this confession a ginning to put In their hardest blows confidence in-: the two companiesand k -

member of the governor's cabinet -I motion has been made for a new trial. for the re-election of the old McCurdy make the writing of policies in *

;- in Xew York, it is safe to predict I I[Verily the criminal laws of New'York and McCall boards' of trustees. Their them something easier than the sale : ". ,.t' : ,, A c
'that he will spend the biggest part of I army of agents is equipped with almost of green goods or gold.bricks. ,
are queer. unlimited resources, and these Back'of the disgraced trustees 'who 1L
: his time near the executive onice. A
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are being used successfully to bribeor are now seekIng"Indication" by -
: lieutenant governor-of a different political Marse Henry, of The Louisville blackmail voters into giving up means' of a bought and bulldozed reelection '

: faith Is a bad-man-to: : leave at Courier-Journal, has made an important proxies for the administration tickets. stand the upholders of thegreat : '-:. :' ,:,, ". ;k :,

i the capital. *" i discovery, from a Kentucky pointof Agents are dismissed when they decline system of organized rapacity.
to take part in the work of cor- Behind Harriman's Peabodys back- of S : : :
; If the United States senate Is, in view; which he tells about as follows "moral I,
i ruption, as has' been proved by th I the Truesdales and other :
need of an old fashioned row," as I : Insurance Commissioner of Kentucky thieves" (we quote the United States
Jeff. Davis says, then Arkansas is' "The San Francisco fire has resultedin where the Mutual Life has been"for Circuit Court -of,Appeals) are ranged
.- I the discovery; of a new drink which bidden to do business. When they the most conspicuous champions of SCENE IN "AT YALE TONIGHT."
there with the material to start It. might be called boiled champagne.The will tak off their coats and work for coaIized cupidity. At the right of the
sergeant-at-arms of the senate fire cracked 100,000 bottles of tickets all the line is Henry H. Rogers the man who .
; the administration Last Night's Play. | Paul Gilmore Matinee and NightWhen I In strict training the ,,'
should see to it that Jeff. Davis and nherry. This flood of seething gold money they want Is put at the disposal dictated the personnel of the Mutual One of the largest crowds of this I I Paul Gilrnore early last sea,season and when"during the play >J-en
J. P. Clarke have seats, In. opposite flowed into a .cellar where reposed of the company's employes. administration ticket; who, althoughhe season was assembled last night attire I son was approached by; his manager duccd here it will show as r- -

,I parts of the chamber. 10,000 quarts of champagne. For They are spending it' by the hun did not dare run for re-election opera house to witness the "Isle with the proposition to appear in a1' ly a lot jof trained athletes ":,:" '
days the fire kept the sherry boiling. dreds of thousands.' Furthermore, himself saw to the choice of some ef of Spice? which was presented for college play and was told that the figured In the Identical fccraw
t On the back of a letter sent by J. G. I When the smoke cleared away the they:! are extending favors to delin- the most ruthless defenders ol financial the first time in Pensacola. i iWlhen i'I hero which he' must Impersonate was which has its simulation < -i th('

: : Rawlins, the Valdosta murderer who cellar was pumped dry and the cham- quent policy holders In return for and Industrial depredation: saw : 'the c'artain first wen up I I the stroke oar of the varsity crew, he' stage in the second act o' 'his! new
foundso
pagne thus boiled in bottles was the candidates.With to the choice of Clarke and Davies the beautiful the :
was executed Tuesday to his aged Ring scenery and lively immediately exclaimed "that is all college play. "At Yale" wib Paul
San Franciscans assert-to be a the aid of such a large andactive who helped to make possible the Mc- chorus girls sent a thrill through the very; well and I should like"ery Gilmore
Mother follows ; as Dick Seeley will l be given
he wrote his epitaph, as anchortite
f wine that would tempt an commissions
organization of agents all per- Curdy family graft in ; audience, most of whom had come much to play; the part but, if. you Its first hous
'- : Born June 19, 1863. Hung at and make driveling Silenus a youthful sonally acquainted with the policy I caused the candidacy of Cromwell with the full expectation of''seeing"a say. there is an actual race scene as ; a this afternoon production and at the opera

Valdosta Ga.. December 4. 190C. This Bacchus.? holders the two,'Rings have' an advantage the champion skindicator under Mc good show." As 'the first act race that requires perfected muscles tonightThe

: bark was well built, but misguided: Now for the stampede of Kentucl- in tho present contest that Curdy; obtained the nomination ofAuchincloss progressed however there was a I must go Into training :at once" and
I ians toward' the Pacific coast, before should not be overlooked. It meansso the echo of the Coal tinge of disappointment The comedians he did. I Dunhams.Mr. .
hard the rocka of destruction.
f..
ran on ab-
has all been
--- this wonderful stuff much to them that already the Trust chairman of the odorous Trues- and their Jokes fell flat. Ttis For athlete 'as he Is, "Mr. Gilmore and Mrs. Ben Duhact. assistedby

The first official instance of a candidate i'sorbed..: _ _ powerful "Nyllc": society of New York .'dale whitewashing committee; in- feeling did not last very long for soon realized that the actual strain of' William Farine will present on"
dorsed Jarvie Julliard and Hen-
being paid a salary to run for Life agents which has grown fat at and the whole audience joined In and applauded rowing even In the electrical device of this century's most wonderful ac-
t: The Georgia prison commission incommuting' the expense of the policy holders is derson and Morgan's man Baker the players. ; with which the real race Is simulat-,'
the entertainment
-, office has' Just come to light. James] the 'death sentences of already boasting of a victory practic- the salary raisers of the committee There Is no catchy music In the cd in the play; one's muscles must be on tars at the at the vaudeville house Mond, '-

H. Ma rer. who was the Socialist: can- Jesse and Milton 'Rawlins to life imprisonment ally won If the members keep up the I! that gave Richard McCurdy three "Isle of Spice" but enough of life and trained to their utmost and so, not night Harry Wag cpera(>nhelm. thr'be '-
didate for governor of Pennsylvania said: "good work" they have been doing.It times what the people pay Theodore fun to make up for it The attraction only Mr. Girmole but the other tenor will be one of the attractionThe

\ in his report of campaign expenses I "These Jesse and Milton is almost impossible to exaggerate Roosevelt; and 'approved the re-nom was well presented and greatly fifteen members of the two rival old favorite. Ella Frator U ...: '
defendants (
the strength 'of the movement behind ination of all the important figures enjoyed. j
j crews of Yale and Havard. have been .
: filed, with the secretary of the commonwealth ) at the time the crime was committed the administration tickets. Fear in the old McCurdy administration except I on the programme for a selection.ly

: states that he was paid ,- were aged respectively IS and and cupidity on the part of some of It A. McCnrdy, an exile abroad

:: a salary of $21: per week and aU'esenst'S 15, and were doubtless completely the wealthiest men in Wall Streetare and two or three dummies whose cyholders and not because they have' a grip on the compan"'' hundreds of aflliated with 'the Morgan Systt'n.

'durin,;'his canvass. by the So- dominated by their lather.from who would controlling' motives Some fear stupidity compelled Jerome to have really retired. Although George' W.t millions as it had when "father's son" If the administration tick t is eltr'
Malist organization. brook no opposition anyone arrest and Imprisonment when a new them indicted. Perkins is not a candidate for director played the dual role of vice-president I ed the voice of Perkins McCall a" !
,much less his miner sons. Their participation And behind H. H Rogers the supreme John C. McCall at!
atrocious crime must management digs deeper into the although is not of the New York Life and partnerpf I KIngsley; will be as potent in the ma-
Concerning the reference to the la-this books than the Armstrong Committeewas authority In the present administration I nominee on the New York Life administration J. Pierpont Morgan always; with a agcment as before. These men wi''
I his Instance and com-
want of a passenger depot at Floma have been at able to gol; Joined' by this powerful of'the Mutual .is the ticket and .although I, profit to the firm of Morgan and loss be the real rulers of the, New Yo: .
f ton. 'an Important Junction point t-a,: mand. the execution of the father Incentive to labor In behalf of whole power of the Standard Oil John A. McCalTs son-in-law, Kings.t!to the policy holders. I Life on behalf of J. Pierpoat Mor :. i
:Nashville north I "Since tickets old McCurdy System! ley, Is not tryin to himself Most of the
the Louisville and of almost the ring by-the. get candidates on the ticket & Co.. not the or less respeo'
.Mobile, which was inspired by a complaint I and Moore universal, public that sentiment the ends seems of Justice and McCall trustees. In the averice: In the New York Life the insult ed a director nevertheless these are,! are holders of manifold directorships'la ble dummies whose more names have b :
i
that who for Quarter of of public opinion In the choice of an the three men who banks and
of a Pensacola paper 1m. met by theclemency' of the men a a ; actually prepared ; other corporatlons closa- { put on the list of candidates.
will be completely
t; ears arc being used for waiting rooms recommended which is century looted the widows and orphans .: administration directors' ticket is not the list 'of nominees named by the
and that the accommodation is entirely citizens of funds and who wish 'to keep so outrageous as in the other company dummy Orr management for the New j '
4 Inadequate.the.editor of The j urged by wore' than 2.1)0) thereof their clutch on the' graft In' the two but the motives are identical York Life board. |, --- -- ---
Register en passing; through. Floma(the state from' every of portion life. This is life insurance companies. I and they will be as surely gained by Back,of these men tands the full' doctor about-these--"--throat coughs. He ui
and in station
ton ye .' loy found that workmenare ;.represented every by more than 200 letters When the full f exposure comes some the election of less disreputable financial and Industrial power crn- T:hroatAk3OtT bow deceptive they are. A tickling in the
bui!: '!:5 a new station. Criticism and telegrams besides petitions. More men cot yet smirched may be black-. though equally obedient servants of trolled ,by J. Pierpont Morean Co. neans serious trocble ahead. BCtieC

of the temporary) accommodation is j I'than 500 Lowndes county people have ened. Some alr ady: shown up'as conscienceless graft and greed.! Some of the hungriest The New York Life administration exp&n your cass carefully to your doctor, and ask
thertfiTe out of place when the railroad i crooks may not'be"able to and most! unscrupulous 'of the ticket was not put up until in had
1 asked us to commute them and the kin about Cherry Pectoral. Then
company is encased in removingthe escape thQ penitentiary dcspit the old McCnrdy regime of grafters have been O. K.'d at Broad and Wall oug'/i S year taking Ayer
includea
list bankers do
I lawyers, newspaper ss be Get the best medicine always.
slunk into the background but only streets. If it is elected says. ,
cau wj of complaint.-Mobile Reg- ministers and county district attorney. Others who have J. Pierpont j < WOu.o.o .
Uter, Dec. <>. officials\ men and members city of both the looted the trust funds will surely be I for the purpose of buncoing the poli-i Morgan & Co., will have just as tight S 5' ,orauJ... HONt8t aour, w. pctLi.. ,7.c.ArsrCo.Lcnr.U.......

l The Register shows remarkable house and senate." compelled to disgorge their unlawful i ___ __ _,,_ .
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: alacrity in coming to the defense of Long after, the. commission had gains when honest boards of trustees:
take ot1ice.Xaturslly.
9' the railroad company iu its neglect, reached the above decision and before the trustees who have

: to rebuild the' Flomaton 'depot As I the news was sent over the state the been so false to thE-Ir" trusts will not ii

!,< TheJournal stated a few days ago. governor and members of the 'com scruple to do anything that lies In
;L the work or rebuilding has now com I mission, continued to receive telegrams their power to do In order to avoid 1
expulsion nnd punishment And they _
rii .need. But It should be remembered front people over the state in various '
are undoubtedly doing It: It Is
that for 'more than a :year tho.'I stations oflife pleading for the livesof known that they are spending sums I _________

1 M4ift has had absolutely no proper the boys. which they would not think of put a Equal to any SI.GO preparation on the market. '


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MORNING I DECEMBER S, 1906.
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Itoy.I PLAY! _FOOTBALL Cocoa ARE CHOSENBY BACKACHE. OJ\r"nj'\ :



THIRD TEAMS OF HIGH' SCHOOLAND II -THE. PYTHIAN SISTERS, WHEN

CLASSICAL" \ SCHOOL MEETING WAS HELD YES wrote you for_advice," writes Lelia Hagood,

allinf: Pow4erAb MEET. and Chocolate TERDAY.* Tenn., "about my terrible backache and f '

pains in my abdomen: and shoulders. I } ,

An interesting game of football, Pensacdla Temple No. 14, this nine and five doctors '
way years
5clutely among the younger school set, was Sisters held a largely attended ; s Ia
:played yesterday afternoon at the 47 Ing yesterday afternoon, when, iIed to relieve me. On your advice I aook t; :
I corner of, Baylen and DeSoto streets. r officers
Pure i The contesting teams were the third the ensuing were term chosen:' as follows of Cardui, which at once relieved my pains '

: :teams of the High School and Classical Highest P. C.-Mrs. Helen Lewis. I am entirely cured. I am sure that '
'. : l School and the former was victorious M. E. C,-Mrs Gertrude Bliss.
: by the score of 12 to 6. The Awardsin E. ,S.-Mrs. S. D. Davis.E. saved i my life." .
D3STBWCTIVELY; A CREW OF players "of the two teams were. as J.-Mrs. E. Appleberg i. ;

TARTAR BAS POWDER :: follows High: School-R. Shuttleworth C.; M.M. R.T.-Mrs.C.-Mrs.Martha Lizzie Wrighton.Horsier.M. is a safe and reliable remedy for all female i' '

: White, F. B.; BojetL.R. II. B.; Cole F.-Mrs. Mary C. Oerting.P. such 1 t
: man L. H. B.; Fell Q. B.; Laney and 1 Europeand of .-Mrs. L. C. Boghich. as peri ,

Royal does not contain an atom of I I Van Roberts Pelt, tackles.guards; J.P Barrow WiUdnson and and H. I I Grand G. O. Representative.-Mrs. Jenny ,pains" ,.irregulari Write,IRE M a ADVICE Utter 4aaIbf1Ic aD ,

phosphatic acid (which is the H. Bass, ends.Classical I Horsier. down senJOUI' cjmptgoM,and- will seed 70* ;f'

poduct of bones digested i in sulphuric I School-Lischkoff, F. B.; [t' Alternate-Mrs.. Jennie headache diz tne AJdmt A : LadlesPAdpvharyDeprtmeet! .
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-* H. White, L. II. B.; B. Gonzalez R.; II. AmericaABSOLUTELY Grand Chancellor Henry TtMQuttaaooca Medicine CA.Ch* : 1 ;
acid) or of alum (which, B.: L. Finch Q. B.; Green L.. G.; E. IG ,, of the Knights of Pythias, was: backache, etc.aoap..Ttna. u -
I Largue, R. G.; W. Wright;:: L. T.; I ent, and delivered i :
an interesting
one-third sulphuric acid) substances I Meriwether R- T.; W. Zelius, L. E.; dress upon the condition of the

adopted for other baking pow .D. Matthews R. E. t7.au! omd.e PURE and spoke of its progress- during )Drug Store In $1.00 bottles. Try It.N. i--

ders because of their cheapness I ,- past few years.DAIRY ir

i f DeFUNIAK.Special i! Made by a scientific blend- PRODUCTS

... ing of the best,Cocoa: beans SHIPPED' WINE ,
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ROYAL: BAKING POWDER I :: in the "
CO., NEW YORK. grown tropicstheresult CA"RDUI +

to The Journal.DeFuniak of 126 years of successful By Associated Press.
I Springs Dc. 7.-De- OF
Funiak enjoyed a fine and much need endeavor.A Washington: Dec. 7.-According
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I tempera'ture .
-----------1 ed rain this morning. The
of statistics of the of
(REV 1 F.T.! JOHNSON! CASE INCIRCUIT is> now 78 and the sky overspreadwith 1 new and handsomely lDastnt.1I merce and labor more department than $ ,
> i iI j lONE i'I clouds. die may have more Recipe Book seat free
0000 worth of meat and dairy
I
rain mere would do good just at this
I i :I J will have passed out of the
AT CONFERENCE I COURT I I time. i WALTER BAKER & CO, Ltd. States into the markets of other +
Mr. Storrs the editor and proprietor
of the DeFuniak Breeze, is in I Establish! 1780 DORCHESTER I, MASS. of the the present world month.in the This year total ending is without J Don't Merely Boy
Chicago attending the Fat Stock
FORMER PENSACOLA PASTOR A'' I up of a little over $200,000,000
JUDGMENT ENTERED BY DEFAULTIN Show. of meats, $10,000,000; worth of i 1
PROMINENT FICURE IN ALA- At the Election Tuesday Mr. II. E. cheese and milk. Candy-Buy the
CASE AGAINST FERRY Wickersaam was elected councilmanin .'Sun bright home for the winter. All No feature of the export '
BAMA GATHERING. PASS ASSOCIATION. the place of Dr. Morris res!?ned. are glad to have them with us for an- agricultural products has Best
Miss Evelyn Richardson, daughter
other winter. more steady and rapid growth
of D. E. Richardson, and John Me- : Mrs. William Rogers is under the that of meat and dairy products
The Atlanta Georgian publishes a Caskill are to be married at: the !doctor's care. It is hoped that she which there was an increase of
picture> of Rev. IL T. Johnson who was One case was disposed of in the Methodist Episcopal Church, Sc.ith, i will soon be welL 60 per cent during the past i
formerly pastor of the Paiatox: M. E. I circuit court yesterday, Judge Carter on Dec. "Oth. I Last year we sold ;,, : ; t ,
Church In this city, and the followingspecial presiding. It was that of the Cedar Mr. John Northcut the pastor of INFANT EXPIRED EARLYYESTERDAY
I Creek Mill ComJany's.. the Ferry the Methodist church is at Eufala, King of All Cough Medicines. I C I
: Pass Inspectors & Shippers Association Ala., this week attending the session : Mr. E. G. Case, a mail carrier of nearly l a tonl5OQJbs
Eufaula Ala. Dec. 6.There Is no I replevin of some timber and of the conference, but 's expected to|'Canton Center. n>nn., who has been The infant child of Mr. and '
more conspicuous figure in the Ala- Judgment bj default was entered. be returned for another year. l\lr'l i din the U. S. Service for about sixteen Tony Johnson of,West Romana -Y ( ) '
bama conference now in session here I Monday the court will take up the Northcut has made a splendid showing -1[:years, says: "We have tried many expired yesterday morning at 4 w t
han Rev. Henry T. Johnson:J. pastorcf murder the docket, for cough medicines for croup but Chamberlain's after illness of two three i i
on or
only case an ,
of church is This '
the and
as pastor ;;
the I I year we expect ,, 4.
First I
Methodist church and host
Cough Remedy is of all
king '
this term The defendant, a negro greatly beloved by his people and by' The child had reached the age of ]I I _
of the conference. named Shavers was indicted by the all the people of. the village. i and one to be relied upon every time. one month, and the parents have '
llr. Johnson rose from the foremanship grand jury at its session Monday, and B. W. Baker, pastor of the Methodist We also find it 'the best remedy for sympathy, of a large circle of to sell over a <
of a bridge gang on the Louisville the case set for trial Monday morningat Episcopal church Is just home I coughs and colds; giving certain results in their bereavement.The I CFNABl.E. -I \ t T t.4.
and Xashvllls! railroad to the ,, 'and leaving no bad after ef-: the little ton:
10': o'clock. remains of one !! 1
: from the session; of his conference,
which he He, re "
position now occupies. I I fects. For sale by all druggists.
turned to this church for another I interred yesterday afternoon +EtRt 7El.. ''
one of the greatest preachers of DAY ) I
1 TO CURE A COLD IN ONE I Michael's y
in St cemetery,
o'clock .t
o'clock1 I
Alabama Methodism'icld Take LAXATIVE BROMO quinine Tab year. He got home at ten Minister Expelled.
ooze of the best aPrL* to E. W. GROVE'S signature is on home.
conference II each cure box. 25c. reception was given at the parsonage. Roberts was.to-day expelled from the ily i
HI' has a style all his own. Some 'I Tuesday! evening, sixty people came in Louisiana conference of the Metho- A. D'Alembertei
rune': have called.hlm the "Sam Jones Shah.is Improving. I!I and gladdened the parsonage; people dist Episcopal Church South on the' Send in your orders
''fI'labama.l ." Teheran, Dec. 7.-A slight improvement with their welcome. charge of immorality. I Ii for extra copies of The J
was noted in the Shah's condi- Walton county: captured several
Jackson Square Coffee-a I;ew Or- tion yesterday and it was maintained nice" premiumsat Tampa. t I' Jackson Square Coffee stands for I nal's big Christmas Druggist and Apothecary
leans luxury. For sale by all leading today. In accordance with the tradition Mr. Sherman' and his estimable!: quality put:Tip JlnSSSc: Oe;,:and $1.00 and they -will be set '
rccers. 1, 2 ,and 4 pound air tight i practice of the Persian court- no daughters" came in from BroadheadWis. air tight tins. It pleases others. Why PALAFOX STREET PHONE 109
tint 23c: 50c and 100. official bulletins will be issued.'T'HIS ., this-morning!' and are housed in not try' It? for you '
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%ftl How Nature Cares for the Weakest Flower, and the Mightiest Tree ( i I



*& of Plants From 'Tiny Seeds 'to Full. Growth. -


NCLE ,Joe. ,The Story Teller, warm, damp spring comes, and the water and food from the earth from other helps the seed grow strong within them for if the '
'. 3s aa '
U had been out for a short busy little sun''waveplerce: -down Into its roots to Its lea-Yes. drinking in able to grow flowers when they of rain or dew the asf 1:

.,: \Z + stroll. It was'a Sunday morning the earth they wake up the plantlet carbonic acid from. the air, and using have'become plants. be useless, and the In-
and make it bestir itself. the sun-waves to work them all up "The bee is 'guided to the to visit them.
in early spring and
"At first the growing seed has no into food to be sent to all parts> of by theft bright colors and their not only 'necessary that
P ; 1i% Uncle Joe had brought back a small leaves or roots with which to feed its body. In this, way the leaves act scents. The brighter colored keep their honey

I bunch of delicate' wild flowers, the upon the soil or the sunlight. But, as the stomach of the plant, and digest showiest flowers as a rule are also have to guard

contemplation of which as he sat up- very much the same aa the little its food."Sometimes. the most fragrant while many the wrong kind

on the porch bench seemed to afford chicken in the egg it feeds upon that, more water is drawnup the rarest scented are most love honey as well ivMi( -' kt

'' satisfaction. which is with It contained in its Shellor into the leaves than can be used of appearance. Tou will be butterflies. Against the iti
and
him great pleasure
covering. And, as the little chicken and then the leaf opens thousands of if you once begin' to. count.them flowers protect; them- i ; '
i Here it was the children, freshly grows legs, wings and down be- little mouths in the skin of its under how many white and dull or or gummy, stems and <

r, dressed and awaiting the, expirationof fore it pecks through the shell, the surface which let the drops out Justas colored flowers are : bristles.
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the half-hour whet It would be little seed develops roots, shoots and drops of perspiration ooze throughthe while guady flowers, such as the botanist has little .. i i's a '

# time to start to Sunday'school, found I the material for the making of pores of our skin when we are lip, fox glove' and hollyhock a watch or' a barome- aoTt irti _* I

1 him. leaves. overheated. When the air is damp little or no, scent. And then, plants> and flowers. *.d -
"So soon as the tiny roots beginto and the plant has too much water as in the world we find some which are opening -*

ti : .'....'7i1;;? "0, look at the spring beauties!" drink, up nourishment from the these lie open and let it out, but who have everything, to, attract can very fairly ap .

cried Lucy in delight. soil, the nourishment so taken fills when the air is dry and the plant ers to them beauty: and hour of the day and .c'i.

;f rf ,ay "Come here and let me pin themon up the little cells closest to the roots I wants to keep as much water as it cleverness, kindliness, and .' ,a pretty shrewd .

.,., 1 you." said Uncle Joe. and expands them so' that they keep can, they are closely. shut. There are sympathy so we find some te made in regard to > V: \
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; pushing up and feeding the cells as many as a hundred thousand of like the beautiful lilly the conditions .
"What is that white one? asked
above then and thus the plant is these mouths under one apple-leaf, rose and the delicate colors and scents of :

Dick, pointing to a blossom. forced up and into the light of day so you may imagine how small they which have color, and scent pted to lure those par- J i',

? "That is the blood root," answered to grow and live out Its life. often are. graceful shapes combined. best suited to'carry J.

r Uncle. "it is usually the first wildflower "Once peeping above ground the "The plants which live only one "Have you ever noticed how kind to kind. The ..

to appear in this part of the : plant can no longer afford to be idle year take in just enough food to supply ferent flowers open and close at the violet provides an {

and live upon prepared food. It must their daily wants and to make ferent times? The daisy receives the bee after its flight, \ '
C ti country. But, this year the spring :
f ,rft work for itself, just as the little seed. After the water is no longer name DAY'S EYE, because it support to the In- r k
beauties seem to be running it a chicken must learn, early to scratch carried up such plants wither and at sunrise and closes at sunset, upon securing Its -

tt sye!. tight race" for itself. So far it has been taking In die, but the seed makes its bed wher- the evening primrose and i In trade for the pollen 4:' T +<

"Why are there no wild flowers in food of the same kind as you and I; 'ever it may fall Into earth and if spread out their blooms just as -,: .

s&t winter?"-Lucy wanted to know. that is, food which has once been It lights upon good ground and Is daisy is going.to bed.< And I frost has come and all KaIc1s:1Iie: ,

alive. Think over what peopleeat properly covered up by leaves and a very good reason for all this. ,are withered and
% "Flowers and plants, like people,
t and drink and you will find, almostall foliage, becomes a new plant next "The daisy opens by day leaves of bushes and i
are born feed, grow, have children, of it has been "alive; meat vege- I year. it is visited':by day insects, but .as a soft cover over
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,.. i 1's3.' sleep and at last die. For some plants tables, bread, milk; all these are ':O! course you know seeds are particular' moths'which carry ,seeds of summer time ,r t
; ry -,, winter means death and for others made from living matter, And, formed In flowers! and that the seeds pollen of the honeysuckle and throughout the long

only sleep till spring. For most wildflowers though you do take in such thingsas are necessary to grow into new evening-opening flowers, fly only until the warm

&> winter means death. For water and salt, and enD Iron,and plants. Most carefully does the night and if larch:flowers opened shall kiss them into
/ their seed it means sleep." phosphorus, you could not live on flower protect its seeds! as carefullyIn day other insects might steal 'Just such a bright R k

t t' r- "Tell us some more." pleaded such alone. The human body re- its'own way as the best of mothers honey, :whlla they would not be as this."

Lucy. r quires to be fed with food which can protect their children. right site or shape to touch the i* It,- Uncle Jo?" ,

"Well l, listen." said the Story Tel- ,be worked up into living matter. But "To their aid Cowers call' the'busy len ban and carry the dust. I I "

ler. And this is the plant, as soon as It has roots and little bees and like, Insects, holding "Again. "soma flowers! close you' children to run es

1 I Uncle Joe's- Story About Plant Life. leaves begins to make living matter out to them their tempting drops of ever rata. is coming; some to I schoolreplied,

1 t "When a seed falls'In***the groundso out 'of matter that has never b enali'e. honey. And as the bus fly from their pollen dust from being i after: ;glancing 'at his ; *
,
., long as tie earth ( .';Jo and'dry flower to flower they take ,with,thema away and others; to protect I "
i trance "H after after :ripening sort seed-food., 'called drops of honey. Cup-ihaped, t't' I u soon stay here," said -
,it lies, likea persof.\In:,j as ur hour and ,day; i .
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carried from oa -ta the often droop thelr-ieads to protect '
pollen, which I
If It-were 'deadbu .as soon as-the-. day our plant goes on pumping ups : s





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i PAGE SIX- THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL 8rVhDAY. -MORNING.--- -- DECEMBER-. ,- 8, "190*.





Ir Ii (CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS :THAT,. PAY





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: LESLIE E. BROOKS


I t i LiST OF J DES1 AIBILE i Real Estate f TheAv rageMaD l lI LOOKING ft % I



i: and Insurance. TOR A rHOME NEW CITY MAPS
Has landlord
his
I 1 paid

PROPERTY FOR(()) SALE i enough in rent to have


t I HOMES FOR:SALE. I purchased the home in I

1 + One-story dwelling! on West Government street, near. :DeVllliers St $ 330.00 : I which he lives, yet he
f One-story dwel:Ing on Spring street near ,Romana: with! lot.40 feet I' $11500-East Cervantes. 5 Tooms, bath JUST RECEIVEDSHOWING
t,: .* front ........................... .........; ..;.*;!...;...--. r.'. .;.;;.. '3600.00. '. gas. etc. has no interest in that -

t Block cf ground. well situated and contalnlniJ'21 dwelling$ *; all nevi : $11600-East .Jackson, 5 rooms'and halL I home. To the -
r 2 and rented. rent at $1500 per annum if sold at,once .. .',... ...11500.00 average
.1 $2500-North Hill. C rooms: and bath
Desirable comer on the West end..wlth good '!Improvements, renting, 'man who rent we We have Just had listed with usa
r : at $oa'O per annum ............... .... ......- -.... ...-. .. -.. 330000 gas etc. pays most up-to-date little home on
Splendid Investment on Baylea street. near Government. oroperty .1 $((1200 West Intendencia street. corner I have this to say- Desirable section, south -

,t., now renting at $740 per annum. .... ..?.,..... .............. '. 6850.00. i ir "F" street, C rooms. lot 90 by 125. East front.HilL Lot 120x132. House has

: Desirab: piece of procerty Intendencia street, near Palafox 6350.00 : $350O-7( rooms, all modern North If
want to own built '
lIayne.1 you your convenience and was
every
1" West End splendid business location ............ ....... ..... 2650.00 SELL.YOU LET HAVE US ANY KNOW ABOUT IT.I own home, and will call for a home. Price............$2750 changes in names of streets together

Seven desirable lots on the corner. fronting the bay near the business : WE CAN SELL IT. .with all Information
,_ : center ............. ....... ................................... 3500.00 : and talk over the situa- necessary to the
buyer or seller of Real Estate, or the
Ten lots desirable corner of North Baylen street, Invest- '
on splendid confidently -
t men ....... ............. .... ..................................... 1800.00 tion with us, we Close in. 'iroom.story residence owner of property in the

i, Vie can rent or sell a number of houses'of 4 rooms, upwards, at once as : believe we can desirable locality, large lot.

4 we have a great demand for them. place in home that House'leased to Septeml jr. 1907. City of Pensacola
i\ 4 Vacant lots also handled by us to advantage. : LESLIE E BROOKSReal you a
All conveniences and nlja place.A
:- We insure property at lowest rates. be for almost
t 4 can paid $4250. -

t .. Estate like rent.MCDAVIDIIYER. ticular.This map is up-to-date in every par


r I.i HOOTON & WATSON and Insurance. bargain. In-5 lots and 6-room PRICES -



THE RENTAL AGENTS : Phone ;462. 112 S. Palafox. CO. and cottage Cervantes on north'wst at .....corner.......Reus$3500 Mounted Maps on Roller and

t,," Linen .. .'. .. .. .. .. .. .. $2.00

t t : Real Estate. Insurance and Loans, i A4nts New York .- I Pocket Maps .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 50c

f. New 6room.stcry modern -
Life insurance Company.
' .. No. 37 S. Palafox Street Phone No. 54. | Some FineOpportunities dwelling on East Jackson str
1 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST.. $3000. HOOTON & WATSON"The
f ..... .. ....................... ............ ......... Phone TOO. Peniacola, Fla. : t.1

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' HELP WANTED. WANTED.: See us if you want to buy or Rental Agents.

. I have anything to sell Real Estate Insurance and LoansNo.
j411 mzn HELP-We furnish cooks. 11 I I -
.1; : .ads nurses, waiters, butlers porters "TED-Every trained nurse in townto I
,r ftrhvrs.; etc. on short notice. We get get her doctor's .opinion of CHIC- HOflE(( 37 South Palafox St. .

co..-l help and also good positions for LETS. __ to Purchasea
thc who want them. Southern Em-
I
jE tfcjnient Bureau. Jl'i S. Broad St. At- I -
Sdeclw WANTED-To buy one male goat-must I L.S.BROWN6CO."WE
i !UntJ. Ga. be unsexed and well broken. Address .
"G," Journal omce. 8declw Home
to chewC
t AI."TED-ETery gentleman '
"HCLETS.fcTAVTED I Nice 5rom'and hall cottage SELL LOTS"
WANTED-State Land Scrip. Advise
r. -Colored girl to do general number acres and price of scrip. J. D. finished Phone 518 Thiesen Bld ....................................................
new nicely
.
housework wash and IronGood Pirrong. Jr., 713 East LaRua St. 4
Ii E Apply Co!. W. F. Stewart. FortarrancaS. 7dec3t
wases. i l large front back gallery
and
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8dec5t
f Fla.
WANTED-Position by experienced bookkeeper $900. closets throughout house
NEW CITY LOTS
i iVo.rED-Ho\Lemald. wnite or colored, with best references. Address I ; I

Palafox.lire on premises. Apply. 619 North Wee "Bookkeeper," Care Journal. 6dec3t buys$100 nice cash four-room and balance house{15 with per two month.lots. city ,water; I lo$ 50 by 13734, FOR SALE. $2 h, $ .

;1;' I A."TED-PosIUon by experienced EteI on hard road at Fishervllle. on the corner, two blocks
W.AXTED-Reliable cook. white or col- -
: nographer. Legal work preferred. Can
c 01 ed: also first-class washerwoman toflo furnish good references. Address E. L. from car line, nice neighborhood. CONKETS celebrated Roup Cure Cholera month. No inte est
family washing. Apply at 518 North J., Box 278. 4decwI $850. cure, lice and mite klTer as well i i
': Palafox St 5dec4t Be sure and took at as an'unexcelled Egg Prc lucer. All
If.H I WNTED.-To rent a show wmdow for A five-room and ban house 'guaranteed and a splendid r.J.de' of f ON EASY TERMS no taxes. A Frea :
to help around kitchen. on large if wheat that will make fowjt:
WANTED this
I' girt I about thirty days. Must be on Palafox lot near Little Bayou. you want a home, your lay. F. .
Gx 1 wages to right party. Apply 613 Street This Is wanted for a nice clean S. Mellen & Co. Pensacola Fla. Phone .
;: East Government street. Chas. Erikson. .business for the holidays. Address Box $2,450.00 I 234. 7nov i Abstract :

1 4declw 48. Asheville :N. C. Idee $3150.Two : .
' I FOR SALE-At a bargain, a barber's I :
'i' W.\I."TED-Four boys with wheels lori LETTERS
do the trick. They are the houses on East Belmont street; outfit good as new; one first-class
!-f office work. Salary J18 per month. Apply best trade-getters. They get to the will rent for S35 per month. j barber chatr; one dozen excellent razors :
\V, Care JournaL 2dee business mans heart and not the waste

!t1 basket.new process The Mayes that Printing makes typewritten Co. havea $850. J. W. Bullock, Jr. M.mugs Armstrong brushes feneads and combs., Fla. Address 6declm J. ,' i. THE GREATEST BARGAIN SALE OF EUILDING i

: letters cheaply and perfectly. Phone 181 ,I
BOARD AND ROOMS. will bring a representative. 2* West Cne four-room house on North 7th ave- I"FOR SALE-Bargain In '-room cottage -
Government street. idee nue. $iiO cash. balance $If per month. Real Estate :ands Mortgage Leant f 4 at Cottage Hill Fla. Terms to suit. One
fruit flowers and '
\ acre garden. Address

: ROOMS-NicelY board. 120 to: East car furnished line Gadsden with upstairs street.or without, convenient I WANTED close. in.Address Will TO lease RENT it-if A term larjre are house desirable. $80 Each.Lots Room 302 Brent Building. I Egbert DealS Sdeclw* i IOTS-EVER OFFERED IN THE CITY OF PENSACOIA :

Mrs. A. M.
Cue JournaL -
Sdeclm FOR SALE-House
and lot 'at 1013 East
27nov in the East King Tract between Phone 637IF.Safle Jackson $1600
I street. Apply to O. A.
Nicely furnished rooms, suitable for Pearl Eagan Home and a... & N. railroad Doblstrom, 1013 East Jackson
I WANTED street or :
:
-Some of .
light bouseket ping. block and half from one means who wilt $5 00 down and $5 00 per month. 818 South Palafox. 27novlm '
Palafox. Apply between 12.30 and 1:30 care old.for and educate bright boy. 14 Some fine building sites on East IliU. I have 40 lots between 9th 10th and 11th streets and between *
years Apply Pearl Began Home
-. p. in.. or after 6:00 p. In.. 219 East Oov-,Mrs. Wm. Fisher. President. ISnovI or FOR SALE CHEAP-Second-hand bug, : 18th and 19th avenues; two blocks from the East Hill car line Oz *

. rnment street tdeC2w'I|I gies and wagons. If you want a bargain block from the bayou. I offer tils property at $225:: CO per lot, $.-, ) 4

:; FOR RENT-One fine double furnished !WANTED sistant-Position as stenographer or In a second-hand vehicle of any description i down and the balance at $10. bookkeeper and
general officp'work. call or write W. E.
F room with board and bath Tele by young lady of experience. Address I Fla. Taylor. Chip TEREST AND NO TAXES AND WILL FURNISH AN ABSTRACT .
pC\ cy
D. HALE WILSON 23novln
!' street 5, on car line at 41S west 4declw Gregory B. C., Care Journal. noviiit'WANT3a''AII & CO. ._J : WITH EACH LOT FREE OF COST. This Is the cheapest property .

FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mehlen : ever offered on these terms in the City of Pensacola. :
kinds beer tattles. I
1 r.: A PLEASANT homelike place to board 15c :..zen. I h&noU all leading brands pay 30 S. PALAFOX STREET Cash Installment &: Sons' piano in handsome rosewood :
on North Hill 2d! door from Car line. of wintd. beers ana whisKies- and still] or case. A bargain. Piano an be seen JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER SAYS: t
4! Phone 60.NICELY manufacture that well-established cot' by calling at the Kandy Kitrben. 3oct. ,
gh -
I medicine. Joe Roth. corner Tarrag na PHONE 234 Plan. i "I was recently asked by a young man. my opinion as to the .
i t FURXISHfiD ROOMS for rent. and Oorernmeut Sts. llocl FOR SALE and Immediate safest to Invest little
with or without board. Table board. delivery, one way a money.. He had a few hundred dollars :

t: Phone gas and bath. No. S Palafox.27nov TAILORING--B.LDiamond.! TeUor: n $2600For crank automatic steam engine tandem of compound about 150 horse center : which by severe effort he had succeedcd in saving out of his weekly .

Gent's clothing cleaned. pressed and repaired power and two return tubular boilers. 72: wages. I advised him to invest in a good house lot in some suburb .
I' on short notice. No. 11 u West MONEY TO LOAN. IOC East Garden; Inches diameter by 16 feet loi.g. For full close to the city. Land is always there-it cannot run away As 3
street,
ROOMS-Two famished front rooms. Government St. Pensacola a very
; Fla.
4 ; suitable for light housekeeping. Use I|I desirable 4-room' and hail .cottage particulars apply Stone & Webster Eng. the population Increases the land also increases In value. Yes for *

'::1 .-.f phone and bath. Apply 822 East WANTED R. BIngham wants your THOS.Upstairs PEBLEY-Real, corner Palafox Estate and and Corporation Box 830. Pensacola. 14no a small Investment there is no surer, safer, better Investment than *

Gadsden. or Phone 897. 25nov moving and hauling. He guarantees Sts. Loans-I I $850: I this." *
4
J all breakage. Phone 630. FOR SALE-8 room house good location. !
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent at Z12Weat I best water in the city. A bargain. Apply -: THESE 3
if' Gregory street Knovlm WANTED-The Merchants Iransfer UNLIMITED amount money to on For west one-half of block 272 of the 9th avenue and 16th street. Unovlm LOTS ARE GOOD NOW they are n-ar the car line.
} i wants your mpyii:: and hauling. Co.All all kinds personal property. on short New City Tract. on the east side of 15th near the bayou in the coming residence district of Pensacola. and *
FOR RENT-Pleasant furnished room. breakage guarinteeo! T. B. Thors'n. notice.elsewhere.Terms easy.Star Get Loan my rates before avenue. between 19th end 20th streets. you cannot buy 'ots for C\SH h this neighborhood for less money
going Co., FOR SALE-One fine wan
JU
ease 25
% feet
tII. southern second floor. Corner Proprietor. 'Phono 18..llI."TEDAD .
exposure
: J 9th avenue and 12th street near East South Palafox. 4novlm long 8 feet high, with ribbon case to'; : Ask anyone who knows the value of this property, and they will tell !
. r Hill 'ar line. 11 nowMISCELLANEOUS. kinds of I feet long. separate. Will make fine display you this is true.
-_ _ I sell all kinds of electrical electrical work. $5000.00 to loan on good security. Pensa Money to loan at. lowest. market rate case for any kind of merchandise.
and other electrical supplies When batteries you cola Investment Company. SOoct of interest. Apply to E. L. Reese 17 North Palafox. f I b l'eve at a conservative estimate that there lots will Increase J

.: need me ring 545 or 955. E. W. Peake. MONET LOANED on real estate and Mortgages on real estate hi this city 20novlm in value 40 per cent by the time they 2.re'paid for on these terms. 4
Star
New Laundry Bid*. C. Garden. bought and sold. .
persona property on
short notice. .
I NOTICE-When In need of fresh bread Terms easy. J. W. Bollard 28% South All of the Haxent Tract west of "C' FOR SALE CHEAP-Large concert talking .
and fancy pastries go to the West End WANTED-Second-hand sacks of an descriptions Palafox St. Phone 1144. street now for sale. machine and 50 select disc records.A .
.1 Bakery. Corner Chase and Coyle streets wanted. If out of town ship snap for lovers of music. B. E. Haw- : I i Ron! Estate and Insurance :
them to if in LESLIE F BROOKS
Dr ring phone ISIS. 6declw us; town ring us up at No I CAN LEND YOUR MONET at ley, 301 West Chase City. dec
,I 334 or' bring them to us at eight : :
corner of per cent. It you have any that Phone 4 2 112 S. Palafox St :
Chase and Alcanis Sts. F. & Melen! you FOR SALE-10,000 acres
MATTRESS AND FURlIo"ITURE-1ah &: want Interest on, see me about It. It round timber:
tresses made to order and Co. 2Sjwy will be absolutely safe on real land. 12.00 saw mill timber and saw .
:.(t1 : new ticks furnished. also New renovated and- I security. Leslie E.' Brooks. Phone estate 462.MONEY Fisher Real Estate Agency mill good 32-room farms hotel and at town a bargain.properties.Several ..................... ...............................

second-hand furniture. modern
or'
antique -
J Write Gentry & Setterlind.
:
HOTELS. Chlp.ey. Fla.
bought and sold. Davis Manufacturing TO LOAN-Everybody borrows '
i: Co.. 114 East Belmont street. money from Jno. A. Hall &: Co.. 1414 COLLECTION QF RENTS A 23sept SECRET SOCIETY S.
F--; Phone 771. 24nov LOCKHART HOTEL Lockhart, Ala.. E. Government St. When In need calln DIRECTORYPROFESSIONAL.
,! new management newly renovated, '> us.MONET. SPECIALTY. FOR SALE-Forty acres land well timbered -
MISS LEILA REESE has fresh cut flowers nice rooms. Bath and all accommoda good house 1% miles east of PENSACOLA LODGE. NuPenracola
if on hand. Orders taken for special tions. Special attention to travel ng men. WANED on an kinds of personal Pione 87. ,206 5. Palafox StFOR Olive Fla. Address Jas. T. Gerelds p. O. Lodge. No. 3. If P
!!t occasions. Phone 382, ISnovlm! Special rates to weekly boarders. J. property on short noti-. Terms Box 164, City. Snovlm meets every Monday even. "
::.
Rodgers, Prop. 2Snov! easy. 3. B. Gray Se Co.. 2 W. Romana. o'clock at their temporary ro -
L1 rr WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP-We Phone 1165 IfebUNLIMITED FOR SALE OR TRADE-Seven H. P. .er Pou's stable West Intena: H5 L
;I. are now In cur new quarters. :214 E. BROWN HOUSE-DeFunak Springs wood mill; complete order. Will cut W. B. BARTON; YUitiug brethren cordially we-. :
:. Intendencia entrance.also at 21S Romana. Good beds airy rooms. eiegant deals,. amount of money to loanon SAllE twenty cords of wood per day; terms to H. DENNVKi ', .; c.
," and prepared to do everything In wagon free bath and sample rooms. Special all kinds of personal property. Special right party or will trade for stock or Attorney At Law. H. lORSuii.! K. of R. & b
I1 and carriage building and repairing. E.' attention to rates to business men on large Offices'
traveling men. Rates $2.00 other property. Address J. A. Donalson. -Fisher Building. Palafox street
U Herring. Phone 923; City. 14octJIATTRESSES J. R. loans. The New York Loan Co.. 204>4
i per day. Brown. Prop. South Palafox. DeFuniak Springs, Fla. 23nov2w Will practice in all the state and United DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA
.
!i RENOVATED-New tick HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open afle States Courts. Twenty-three :years' ex- Naomi Lodge, No. 10. L'- 'trsf
: furnished If desired. Guaranteed. Carpet year. American and European plan. $1350-For one of the prettiest building FOR SALE-$25.00 cash for Remington perience. Rebecca meets every Alone }< o' taken up and matting laid. Leave Special summer rates." First-class PERSONAL. sites on East Hill! Five corner Typewriter In first-class writing order: o'clock ta L O. O F. b 1 \"bi q
1 here. Address "B Care Journal .
Duncan. MR" J. T. PULLIAM :\ O
Wesley
[ 7sept ient. Mrs. T. L. Bowen. ProP.. Pensa
cola. Fla. Ifiapr MART!-CHICLETS served at the tea I$2100-Buys a new. modern !six-room cot- ZlnoTlm OptiCian.I MRS. HATTIE NEVILLE. See.
I't J. H. PORTER. saUmaker. 711 South table makes a dainty bitPOLLY.FOUND. tage near car line on East lUlL
't Palafox street. Orders taken for tents BAY HOTF..L-Open night and day. European FOR SALE-A fine tract of land near 306' Thiesen Building.Twenty RATHBONE LODGE NO. 33.
I r: a1Im DJS. camp stools and house. cots." plan. Rooms light and clean. $3200-This is a bargain for a new 8- city. Part heavily timbered, part Rathbone Lodg. No. 39, 'irlts "tPythias
t etc. Prices reasonable. 31Jan Transient trade solicited. 57 -ii9 South room two-story residence modern cleared. Call phone 2S5; or address 1102 years' experience as an. Eye meets every Thursday n-K"t :
Palafox. .JOB. S. Nicolau. Prop. .improvements, large corner lot and East Gadnden. ISnovlm! Specialist. Examination free.OOOOOOOOOOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOO. Castle Hall. Members of sltar lo(;c.",
f CIAi\"DLERS-fcKlnaie OvMng near in on East lUlL and visiting brethren con'Iai: Inv Ito
I & Co, wholesale and retail ship crand- FOR SALE OR EXCHA..OE-H.1.lf block attend. J M ROPbR: C. C
<: lets and grocers. Only flrst-class aous t FOUND-A dainty tid-bit for after dinner hi New City. near Bay View park; will C. J. LEVET. K R. & S.
j I. of kind In city. Fair prices to all. } LOST. -CHICLETS. exchange for cottage or sea, cheap if > L. C. PHILLIPS Ph. M.
._ f Co IOYAIEUIER taken at once. Mrs. R. Owsley. 130S E. ).L E. B. A. No. 51 meets first *-.'
tf MILTON:. UPHOLSTERING SHOP-Willie Strong. 21novlm o Homeopathic. third Wednesday eveni.ijr at 7:50 p. "
Mlms. Proprietor. Furniture PARTY finding yellow! Canary In the I RaCford Hail No. 10. tVest Intenden astiect.
repairing -
t '. of all kinds. carpet laid furniture vicinity of Union Depot or thereabouts. FOR SALE. I- I PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. A. C. }FELL Pres
I packed for shipping. Phone I::. will receive reward by returning to 138East I, 200 Thiesen Building. I So Office' and.Residence, 12'N. P.lafox. J. L 5WEE "EY. Sec,.

ii -Ices: to Tampa_landing. 22aprtlII :! Gregory street. 8dec3t FOR SALE CHEAP-100 pine posts onegirl's Phone 686. Sepd in your orders now o Hours; 9 to 11 a. m., 1 to $ p. m. 3 PENSACOLA LODGE NO -O -* '

[ :4'.Lio'YA1'-Tt Copper and Sheet LOST One gold-filled gentleman's watch bicycle with foot pump almost for extra copies of The J PhOne 65. Pensecola Lodge No. 4. 11.0. 'g. -
and 2-wliied ournars -
new one push cart. ,
,
Apply
cornice work and fob Initials "K. L. fob.
r Iron Worker: and skylights ; on Rewardfor ;91JJtt2.2.L2J.LL2.PIL2JJ.2.2.t2Frederick J meets every Thursday evening at : ;
,Hugh Maloney 924 North Davis.
.a specialty' ; roofing guttering and return to E. Forscheimer Boston big Christmas Edition at the new ball on Belmont and Ka-
!
r rcpairlc 109 East Government. opera Shoe Store. 8dec I ;tdecli, FOR SALE.FOR Aucfeld. F. M. Elount-; streets. Visiting brethren cordially .
Muse building. Phone 580. Residence I 1 and they will be set aside AUSFIELD vited. R R. WITKOVSKY N. G
&
,.; phone 116.:: LOST-String of prayer beads, garnets, I DECORATIVE EVERGREENS-S. W.I BLOUNT A. KERLE. Secretary
on Palafox street. Sunday morning. I Smilax needle pins. holly mistletoe,1 1 for you.Pensacola..
Reward for return to Clan 3efl. Z!2 East: I window wreaths and other Christmas : SALE-Just received fresh flashlights Architects w. o W.
Romana. 5dec3t ,decorations. Miss Annie Jordan 115 and launch' batteries. Phone 312.314 Brent Bug- 43 MOMS B'dg., Live Oak Camp No. 1. W. O i".
i fi FOR RENT. :North Spring street. Phone 1535. 4dec2w' I 345E. W. Peake, New Star Laundry Pensacola. Fla. Montgomery, Ala. meets in Pythian hall the 1st and ,
. LOST-one laprobe Tuesday srorning i I building. Wednesdays in each month.1 .: ;
Reward for return to Ben Dunham 420 St Andrews and Uverelgn cordially Invite
FOR SALE-Good buggy with top and WM. A. BORMANS
TOR REI."T-KicfIY furnished S-room West Romana. Sdeclw : F. A. BOG mcn. c. C-
I been used two months-cheap. Leslie E. PANAMA CANAL EDITION of The
I
house North HiQ. second door from
on !: 112 South Palafox. !Custrated Gulf Steamship Co. LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.
I, tar line. For particulars address No. 8 ._ Brooks. 4declw Journal-a magnificently Architectand Superintendent
of of
I? East: Strong. Idee CREW NOTICE. I FOR SALE-200-arpent country place 7 ( magazine the city and containing harbor.score Fo. sale views t all STEAMER TARPON. Office' -305 Brent Building The celebrated Frencn drip co*.

I .! FOR RENT-Two nice double stores on Neither the Captain. Owners ofmJlre Pensacola short mile west book stores or at The Journal 015ccBy W. Go BARROW Muter. Phone 823. Pen acola. FI :. Jackson Square. No premiums. Sc :
'Ii East Intendencia street between. Pala nor Consignees o; the Nor I I station and postoffice. known as '1! mall 20 cents. llsti t: FIRST-CLASS PASSINGER AND strictly on Its merits. Ask for it at
J' fox and Tarragona. Inquire at the Fls'.erReal : bark Chas Racine will be meiponsible I 7-mile house on old Jackson road. 30 acres FREIGHT SERVICE.
Estata Agency. ::!nov for debts contracted I fenced and cross-fenced with woven wire 'II FOR SALE-Half-interest in one of the -BetwnPENSACOL. COLORED LODGE. your grocers.
by the crew of said vcss !. fence balance partly cleared. partly fine 1 best furniture bosses in South Alabama. MOBILE APALACHICO. I
;. FOR P.E'\"T-A. R. Bingham has storage'room G. WAAGE. i(timber. Fine oaks. pear chestnut ,and Reason for selling to devote more time LA.-CARRABELLE. ST AN. I. O. 3 4 ,D. of St. L. Joppa Lease No. 6. I. O. O. F.
for rent. suitable for fcnJture I, A. ZELTU8. Opfalnt |{other trees. Stream running through: )| to other interests. Call on or address W. DREWS MILLV'ILLE. Howard Jopr Lodge No. 6. L O O. F.. m
And all
a r other goods. 104 and 106 South Consignee. j I many springs on place: also horse bu gy. & Sheppard Florala AlaIlnovim points ci St. Anorews Bay CarLeave Council No. 1 and Bethle every Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'cloc
<: : ra oatachicolaZorMobileAIa. hem Council No. 2 Rafford Hall. Corner Baylen and BtlEta. Ir-.
verona stre t. Phone 33. -{harness wagon and farming tools; 31- eIlSC.E'Dt1' Independent Orderof
i Tar--I Send in room houses. 1 50-foot stable with two I FOR SALE-HI acres excellent pineappleand 1& Song and Daughters of St. Luke : Visiting brethren cordially inv;..e.'
:your orders now SundayS 1:30 C. L. SMITH N, t
rooms; 1 25-foot barn and other out- orange land on Jupiter river; excellent Po m.. I >
i FOR ADOPTION. I I houses. Suitable for nanitarium country market; close to railroad, three Pensacol meets 2nd and 4th Wednesday nightsof C L. WILKINS. Secretary.Are .
!Ji. for ,
I
f extra copies of The Jour- Tuesday. 1:30 p.. each month at their .
i dub factory brewery or stock fanning.- miles from ocean; some improvement, for St. Andrews. MU1vUe. ID.. hall on Tarragona
1 nal's big Christmas Edition Reason for selling-owner has no one to healthy locality. Address J. E. Benefteld. CarrabriJe! and tnt.rl'1todJa.te.Apalach1cola. between Intendencia and Ro I
FOH ADOPTION-Oneorphan boy. 7' place. Great bargain investment POints. I
as Fla.
manage Aycock. Snov For additional
1: I 'I I information anoiy to mana streets. D. Howard, F.. C. HRCT. fond of coffee? Try
old. Will you good
f tn years rt'poniite' pnrtie'be..given t.OT'for T'"Y'fI.'I.adoption. :1t,1 they will be *et aside !land. or For for one pah1Im1ss.looking .for*,-good farming 1:' tI' !''fI! CUy.---- ........ -. ---.. -.. ____ .I. R.. SA DE.F! C.JH..;Jones,,.Seer,..No.: 1 Frank I Jackson.,Square, the celebrated French

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.THE PENSACOA_ JOURMLi SATURDAV .
MORNING I DECEMBER. So 1906. .t .
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c :SmGBatEHKi M RKET REPORT 'I'o/d joe I', L t SH1PP1NS1NEiS '. Legal Advertisements. .. 'I. "T1L1 :.



ACTtiReq.3 SiiJ'L NAVAL_STORE whiskeys BIDS WANTED'!

Satannah. Ga., Dec. 7.-The naval Cleared Yesterday. and win be received until December Itat .
'
.tores market closed to-day as follows: Lena Its ship, Tassara, ,
r\v ................................7 00aYG nos Ayres with 1.073,119 a 1532 ft lumber.for Bue- -e hoc ee noon from for lot repairing 1* Commissioner's and moving-. \ 'ttt&
..............\.6 75 of 8EDTOP) stree*
...................................6 25M \ VESSELS IN PORT. ) house Woolsey. to Jot 4. Broadway: and one _

..................................550 Stam.mpa. _ _ to No.from 15 Commissioner's street No 11 i I :
.............. .. fins tasteits on the same street. The sp l
K .. .................& 15 Alfred Menzele ,Ger as. Jorgensen. 123$ -'--"-' clal condition )
.........,........................430 St Vincent, to H. Baars & Co --.'--: i.z- of McKeiune can be se a at the offlc< ,, .
I................._ ...._;...415to420 Boltenhali. Br ... Simmons 2SJ7. Bremen I------- -:,.-: t 1- ?-. Q. R. Wilklns OertJng & Co. Pensacola.and ( .
: J ..............i....................4 00 to Gulf Transit Co ..,,. ...'. to reject any and all bid Warrtnrton.I Rl hl .
C. .............................393to400 Cayo Largo, Br as. Davey. :aj, Tam- -# --' F.. ___ P. J. McKENZIB. *OERTIXO.reserved \, = .. ,

1; ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.355 3 93 delicious plco Helsingburjr.to Gulf Transit Swed Co.55. Schriel 142. i.: INCORPORATION NOTiCE" ; .' A

:2: .........:.....:.................3 85 Huelva to Uyer Bros. / I- Notice is hereby given that on the
t-plrits Turpentine 67 to 67'4 cents. flavor appeals to you homburg Ger ss, Matthiesen. 14S3 'V l. \ 15th day of
Rotterdam to the W. S. Keyser Co. : December A. D.. 1906 th| ,j .

Pensacola Cotton Market. "old joe" is just right Baybreak. Br as.' Low 1904 Buenos ; undersigned will apply: to the governof .
Ayres to the W. S. Keyser Co. of the state of Florida for letters patent
ASK FOR The following Pensacola cotton quota Ida, Span ss Arano 2160, Liverpool to upon the following proposed char: t .
tions are furnished by S. P. O'Conor & Gulf Transit Co. .
Co.. F. O. B. cotton brokers. Pensacola. try it-you'll say so too; Twilight, Br ss: Morris 2260. Charles- % : ; ter: Win. B. Runyan. W. P. Graves t1 .

to, nto the W. S. Keyser Co. The TOP of ffehe cLR.BurgoynetlW.LaxnaJ.J.
Florida: a million bottles sold an- Ships. McCaskill. D. W. Burke.

1r 3NOliA FARM Good middling .......................10% Avanti Nor ship, Anderson, 1S4S Lon- f :
Strict middling ......................10''" don to order. Charter
Middling! .............................10H nually ; most popular Fcrrelra Port ship Burros, 606 Lisbon of Runyan Lumber Co. 4
Strict low middling ................. S" to master. 1. The name of the corporation '
Low middles: ........................ \dVi/ brand sold. Harbinger. Rus ship. 1399. Algoa Bay shall be Runyan Lumber Companyc

CANE L! SYRUP to Ingrid master., Xor ship, Dannell. 12(0. Antwerp Mellow in flavor. Aged for years in charredcasks and Its principal: place of businessPensacola i

Stocks and Bonds. full Pleasure convenient package to McK. Oerting tt Co. in warehouses flooded. h sunshine. Florida.
New York Dec. 7.-The course of prices Lena Hal ship Tass&ra 1681. London %. The general nature of the business :

to-day of stocks in spite was of downward substantial at advancesin the start I moderate pril:1 everywhere"b&b" to order. Barks. Best Northern. Rye always'selected by a member to be transacts by the said COP [C

AlwaysWAS Loudon. Northwestern fell l n. up 1%; Afredo, Uruguayan bk. Maragas, 987. o f the lrm. poration Is the manufacture buying, .
Southern Pacific and Kansas and Texasa Montevideo to H. H. Thornton. selling
shipping exporting and In- ,
point and Reading and Great Northern atlanta Alfhild. Swed bk.. Svenaen. 1332. Dur- Purest water from wells. sunk hundreds of feet specting of timber lumber and other -. ,
preferred. Rock and ban to master.
island Smelting
Railway Steel Spring large fractions. Andrea. Nor bk. Quale 114 Durban to into solid II mestone. wood products and naval stores and ;

There was a pain of a point in Northern master. Goes the heart general merchandise, both for the said -
Pure Pacific and small fractions in United --a B:. Whidden. Br bk.':'Morrison. 349. .to .!. .not to !the!!. head. corporauonanduponcommissiouroruuIsrn
States Steel. American Car and Pennsyl I L>a? Faunas to Southern :States Lumber -
vania. Co. ; receiving au or asia articles C. 4
PENSACOU COPPER WORKSM. CampbelL Nor bk, Hauskea. 1100.. Make the next high ball of I on consignment tor storage eala orI -

before there New York Fut.Jrel.New Stav anger to McK. Oerting & Co. I shipment; issuing receipts .therefor .
was a York. Dec 7.-Cotton futures A. BAKER &. CO., PROP'S. :: Charles Racine. Nor' bk, Waage, 152, for hypothecation; chartering load- '4 :
opened steady. December 9.:98 January Genoa to master. '
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10.OS; February 1015 bid: March 10.6. Manufacturers Seamless Turpentine Stills! Chacma Nor bk Jorgensen S57 I RED TOP' R'EWflISKEY I ing and disbursing ships; building a* ,j.
"Food Bill. April 10.30-33 May 1037; June 10.40 bid; Pensacola Pta.ia. Fleetwood to oraer. qulrlng and operating lighters and P
July 10.45-47; August 10.30; October Jf.Si Hereford. Nor bk. Jensen 1380 Rosarlo tug boats; buying and selling timberlands .i
to order.
bid. Helmdal. Nor bk. Hensen. 1354. HuU "I '. up to you" and other real estate; building. 3
acquiring: and 4 t
Foreign Market. to order. operating mills and private .j
Florida and Alabama London. Dec. American securities Hnmberto Span. bk. 1111. Battle Havana -railroads.cot as common carrier, j

opened an addrtsscsNsMblrvrcmfwww j Ingeblo to order.. Nor bk. Bid, 1250 East Lon- FERDINAND WESTHEIMER. .& and doing all things incident to such
opened quiet and steady to-day. Outsidea don business or businesses.Cinema.tI. }
gain of % In Union Pacific prices to order. J
LAND COMPANY were
unchanged from yesterday's New York's Isabel Browne Rus. -bk.-,LindquUt. 1231, O. 1.o1&1a.Ul.87. St. Joeph. 3. The amount of the capital stock .

closing. Hull to master. of the said corporation shall be thirty .. .
Nor bk,
:Manufacturers otaud Kink Oscar II Johnson. 752
Rosario to A. Zellus. thousand ($30,000.00) dollarsdhid
Dealers in Railroad Is Needed. Lila Nor bk, Aanonsen.. 1030. Santosto Into three hundred ((300) shares ot : ,
7.DeliverIng
Manchester. England. Dec. -
LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHIN. an address last night at the banquetof order. the par value of one hundred (100.00 '
Lids Uruguayan bk Lopez. 700. Havana -----
OLES AND ,KILN DRIED SAP. All Work Tested 'and Guaranteed. UI
the British Cotton Growing Association to order. dollars each to be paid for In lawful s
Winston Spencer Churchill under Write us for prices. We can interest you. Lysglmt, Nor bk. hansen, 1332 Swakop- DEPOT LOAN money of the United States; 20 per ',
secretary of the colonies. referred to the OFFICE
mund to McK. Oerting & Co. '
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cent of the par value of said share IJ'All
necessity of building a railroad in Nigeriato
Maria. Ger bk. French 19!%, Kings
GULF CITY COFFEE CO. assist in the development of cotton Real ,Estate Transfers. Lynn to master. kinds of repairing done on Watches Clocks shall be paid as they are issued an4 -. .ji
growing. He said the day was not far Marina Madre, Hal bk Simon at t a, the balance upon the call of the direotore. tjjfl
H. P. CHIPMAN Msr.ajer. distant when Great Britain would be Following is A list of the real estate 1468, Genoa to order. Guns, Pistols. Highest price paid for old gold. Money .
forced 0 to embark upon a great schemefor transfers recorded yesterday furnished by Negpore, Nor bk. Ojerdsen. 1128 East ,
Roasters, Elenders and Shippers of the amalgamation of the West African the Pensacola, Abstract Co: London to A. Zellus. 1 loaned on personal 1 property. ;We handle all kinds of i. The said corporation shall exist 'Ii
colonies of :Sierra:: Leone the gold Ollvari Hal bk. Costa, Genoa to or- for the term of ninety-nine (99) years. .
coast and two Nigerlas. The public DEEDS. Jewelry both and second-hand. Don't j
der. new
forget. 5. The business of the company : .
Fine CoffeesOUR would then wake to realization of ,
up a W. A. Blount to Catharine S. Worthington Ophelia Nor bk. Lfcrsaon 1127. Bahia
their possession of a West African em- -All of block 198, West King Blanca to Gulf Transit Co. THE WATCHMAKER shall be conducted by a president a
COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL pire. Tract-31.00 and other considerations Pallas. Nor bk Johnson, 1219 .Ply- J I. F. Clement vice-president a secretary and treas- ,
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GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL Josiah Rusk to Albert Rusk,-The taoutb to A. Zellus.' 106 East Wright Street urer and board of six directors who f
Cure for Sore Nipples. southwest of the northwest ]4 the Robert Scrafton. Nor bk. Mrthenz ,
A" "___ ft8 nn "nA 18 An..'" ...,,_f..... nnrth-w..t 1f H tha .nrth"rt 1 Anti; the 664 Rarh dOM to MtKft1IA: fl.rttnr .. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I shall be elected annually on the ..,
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ta awiA (AO AA .L&AA'4 A ""wlli south !Vt 'of"the south % of Sec 20, also Co-: : second Tuesday in February of each tl

apply Chamberlain's Salve. I I the northwest U of the northwest U of Superb Nor bit Dllch 1934 Antwerp _ _ _ _ ._ _ _ _--_ _- year. Until the officers elected at the : If
off with a soft cloth before allowingthe Sec 21, all in Tp 2 S. R 31 W. 2bd acres- to A. Zellus & Co.Uniac. .- first election shall be qualified the }I1t -t
,Coal and Wood child to nurse. Many trained $1.00 and other good and valuable con- Port bk. Cachln 891 Rio Ja- ; L
be
siderations. niero to master. business of the company shall con- f"
this with the best
nurses use .results'l I Leslie E. Brooks to W. XV. WeekleyLot Schooners. ducted by W. B. Runyan. as president.W. "
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Price 25 cents per box-; For 23 and the south % of lot 22. block' DoME, Am sub, Eastman 310. Havana All Successful BusinessMen F. Graves, as vice-president, We deliver Ice, Coat Charcoal and all druggists. 21. Belmont Numbering of the East King I' to J. A. Merritt & Co. Burgoyne as secretary .and treasurer, 'U
Wood anywhere In the city. We can Tract-100.eo. I Donna Christina. Am sch McLeod 165. '
Belize to master. and W. B. Runyan. C. R. Burgoyne W. l .
: Isidore Friedman to Eugene FriedmanThe i
I
..u;>p1y you In any quantity and our Send in orders /
your now south % of lot 16. all of lot 11 and S.rkentlnes. F. Graves. C. W. Lamar. J. J. McCa "
service is always prompt.Steam for extra copies of The Journal's the north 20 feet of lot IS. block 21. East I master.Beatrice Ital bktn Marchen Savona to kill and D. W. Burke as directors. t'L'' I ".
and Domestic Coal. King Tract west of Tarragona street i
valuable considerations. i Thyra Dan bktn Rasmunsen. 260 Bar- 6. The highest amount of indebted t
$1 00 and other '
Wood Cut Any Size. big Christmas Editionand W. Runyan et al to E. Rieciel, Trus- bad ces to order., Will tell you that the first dollar deposited in the bank ness or liability to which the corpora. ;i I t

they will be .set aside tee-Lots 22 and 23. block 18. East King was the first stone in the foundation of their success. tion can at any time subject Itself( ;3 :
E. G. SEWALL, Tract East of Tarragona street-$125.00. The climax of"a flood meal-a cup shall be one hundred thousand ($100,. !
for of Jackson Square Coffee. Ask. your :
you. 000.00) dollars. ;
Phones) 614-353. 25 N. Tarragona St.HICKS1 _ fora free saxntile. 6 '
New Orleans is celebrated for its I grocer Don't Hesitate 7. The names and residences of .:
Best in the. CUP. Jackson Square coffee. Jackson Square is the coffee I 'i"
: the subscribers to shares are as follows .
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Coi.ee. The only premium given is from New Orleans. Try It. If not Send in your orders now ,i
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But strat right to-day and follow the : .
'L : / path that surety i .,
a guarantee of its quality. satisfied', your grocer will refund its for extra copies of The Jour leads to success. W. B. Runyan of Pensacola Flol'f.f. .
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cost. who subscribes for (50) i
;; PAPU DINE PEOPLE OF BRITTANY. nal's- big Christmas-Edition ida shares fifty !
0 'd J Jo
& ancl-..they will be set aside Save W. F. Graves, of DeFuniak Springs. 4
CURES Tbe IVoiaem H..tlr Bald mad the Hea .- Bratcj of Great Men.Ecrj -' Florida who subscribes tor fifty ((60) '11.

l.I ALL ACHES Mostly Drunkards."The ; 9 of great nea vary very much. for you. >> shares. .f:.. j:
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AcJ Nervousness women, not the men, go bald in i I is fousfi that mea of encyclopedi The money thoughtlessly spent will work for you if deposited C. R. Burgoyne. of Pensaoola Florida '3

Tr baUelfic AJdr UIDnI Bnttaiy" said a barber. "They go S3d; have large and heavy brains- ATTAR OF ROSES. paid.Inour' *avmgg Department. Four per cent inter- who subscribes' for fifty (60) ;'1 : f J.test

bald where it shows most-above the ; 1Ce had to wear a very big bat- shares. I
-- -- ------- --- How This DeUeiona and ExpeadTe C. W. Lamar of Pensacola Florida ; : "
ears. Women quite bald above the -rla' an enormou .bed of gray matter Perfume Is lade. who subscribes for fifty ((50) shares.j j'j't (

THE CYPRESS LUMBER CO ears: are as common in Brittany as ud Dimerous convolutions. On the The word "attar" II from the Arab J. J. McCasklll, of DeFoaiak 'f .

baldbeaded men are with us. ..tLer land men whose genius is con- 1tr" and means perfume. So attar of Springs, Florida, who subscribes for ,. ,
APALACHICOLA! FLA. -eotr&ted upon one line of thought are (50) shares and ti 1
"Brittany la a granite' strewn, hilly of small brain and. consequently have If/sea Is simply perfume of roses. It i is FIRST F I NATIONAL I l BANK D. W. Burke of DeFunlak Springs .; t i iJ'iJ'fifty
Manufacturers ol the East Indies -1 '
well wooded country in northwestern small heads. Newton. Byron and brought from Turkey and .. Florida who subscribes for fifty (50) _: : f. f
France oTerlooJdng'the sea. It is New in small vials and is very costly.
shares.
Cromwell were In this class.-Kansas OF PENSACOLA. FLA. ;
Cypress Shingles. Hampshire with the sea added. The City Journal.! Even on the spot where It Is manufactured _ Wm. B. RUNYAN.W. :'; It j. j
it is extrenely dear because it F. GRAVES i
Breton peasants speak a language < i
i Designated Deooeltary' of the United States. : 1. ; t
C, R. BURGOYNE,
well to
w. x: 4" X: 18"is" which resembles Welsh. They hate requires 100,000 grown roses '
x: 5" x 18" and Many a SUP For tk. Farmer. I yield but 180 grains of attar. C. W. LAMAR 4.::1.
strangers they wear a peculiar ..F.Thoa. .
H. Knowles President. W. K. Hv.r, Jr., Vice-President and Cashier. J. J. McCASKILL. -: J. J
W.
costume. "Baising wheat is.no easy task remarked Its high price causes It to be often 'J4 I j !<
W. Brent. Ass't Cashier. W. N. Roberta Aat Cashier D. W. BURKE
Cypress Tanks of all a farmer. "One year I had adulterated with some essential or fix-
Descriptions. "This costume is what causes the Directors-F. C. Brent. W.A. Blount. W. H. Knowles W. K. flyer Jr.. State of Florida; Escambia county! .:. 4
Write for Catalogue and Price List 500 acres of as beautiful wheat as ever ed oil or with spermaceti.! However. ,
baldheaded: woman. One part of It, the D. O. Brent. Personally appeared before me J, 't. : ef:

---- -- -- coif. or headdress, seep of white linen, lay out of doors. It stood breast high, Cia adulteration mar be detected by _ _ _ _-_ _ _ _ ----g W. Andrews, notary public in and for 4 to'' .
requires that the hair be.drawn back and It seemed good for forty bushelsto testing it la awitch glass with a drop N said state at large W. B. Runyan C. i : \ .
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Just Received. very taut from the temples. Drawn the acre. That meant to me a I of sulphuric acid. It the attar be pureit W. Lamar and C. R. Burgoyne known ; / r' : II

jmpoited Macaroni. Sweet Oil. Cheeses profit of 7000. I.had the teams and to to be the individuals described I
M.1 F1eus. ta-er Kraut Mackerel. Cod J back thus as taut as it will go it begins will remain colorless for pure attar me r. 'w'..
harvest bands engaged and expectedto of Is colorless but If It adulterated .- and acknowledged to me each for him. .
Fbh. Plga F et, Spanish Onions. Pilot to disappear at the age of twenty- roses be ,
Bread French Navy Bread everything begin cutting on Monday. On Fri It will become darkened. IIMR.fTMWent.! : fOHN PFEIFFER. isslstastCas'elsr. self that ho signed the foregoing in I
fresh! aDd ntfv. five, and by the time she is thirty-five K,E.CUfiK.ttCfPretxtent and Cashier J.W.AIIOREWS'Agsitasi' Cualer.:i Btrument
afternoon there out of the
Witch hazeL $1.00 per gallon. or forty the Breton peasant woman day came In rose fields where the rose are 4:: t ,
Witness my hand and seal! of office! '
northwest a greenish cloud. Fol-
Marine Grocery Company. looks as if eb% were tie victim of some gray grown for the purpose: of making the BANK this 12 day, of November. A. D., 1908. f
the bail fell. IntenlIlInutes.the NATIONAL
lowing a heavy rain THE AMERICAN j'f ,
V. J. ViDAL. Manage. horrible disease'for from her templesto wheat flattened to attar, the bushes are planted In I'OWLIn. (Signed I ) J. W. ANDREWS, :; !

well behind her ear, aue ia a& Laid was the early morning: they are laden Notary Public state of FloridaMy "tor -'
sIx inches from the ground. We cut a PENSACOLA. n*. t
as an egg."The with beautiful roses but ere soon commission expires Feb. 24. 1909.
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ORDER YOUR little of it for hay. The remainder rot .
men, on the contrary are never comes they are all gathered and their .. f. '
!Fruit Cake and Pound Cake ted on the ground. The mortgage on Opera House Building. State of Florida; Walton county: .. .. :
in stills with twice
bald. For one r asou, they work bare- petals distilled clay '
before ) '
the farm was foreclosed and I hired personally appeared me / 1
their weight of water. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. ;
from I beaded. For another they belong to .
Howard L. Cawibon a notary public
out by the day to support family. !
my |
CHRIS PFEIFFER, I the low animal type of ma that preserves Do you wonder that the wheat; fanner I,,I The water that"comes orer" la put CAPITAL STOCK 200000.% SURPLUS W.000. in and for said state at large. W. 't .t
a head of thick coarse hair to into perfectly clean vessels and is then F. Graves and D.V.. Burke. known ::
On East is not boastful of his until he hc3 00
Hill. crop 'I
the end. They are a nasty lot. the men carefully covered with damp muslin DIRECTORS. to me to be the Individuals described .
it In the
Fruit Cake 30 cents per pound. of Brittany-drunk every day 6r two. granaryroutlook.The clothes to keep out'dust and Insects. It F. E. Brawner and acknowledged to me each for himself '
Frank ,
Pound Cake 30 Cents per Henry L. Co\ington, Rellly, that he signed the foregoing Instrument ; :.t
pound. .! putting all the work on their wives. Oldest TonmeL Is afterward exposed to the night air J. M> Pfeiffer, W. S, Rosasco C.W. Lamar ,

shouting ribald insults in the Breton or to artificial cold. By' morning a Durmody, T. F. McGourin, J. R. Sounders, .
Bryan
The oldest known tunnel in the world Witness my hand and seal u! office ', ; ,. I
tongue at tourtsts.-St. Louis Globe- film Is swept off with a feather and A. M. Avtry W. K. Milton 0. E. Maura, ;
la that of Siloah. near Jerusalem. It this 12 day of November A. D.. 1906. Iolu '
Democrat very carefully transferred to a small W. L. CimUion, Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKenzie Oertinq _;
YOUR GROCER was used as an aqueduct The famous HOWARD L. CAWTHON ; ,
HAS IT C. Covlngtoo, M. E. Clark.
vial Night after night this process Is / fttcGo-.fn J Notary Public. My commIssion expires : '. !
inscription discovered some t ,
Ask him to send you Miblnr Progress. celebrates,the first meeting of years the ago dig. repeated until all of the precious 011. WIt! } til uilluu kr rest ttJIH, JUC ud: JSIO: tie year. Mwto apartment April 6, 1010. 1 I'I'T

i "Have" the detectives got any clew gers from both sides. Newspapers did separated from the water, in ctcnectcn; Icr the convenience of customers. State of Florida-; Walton county: !- !.' .

;yet? inquired the reporter. not in those days. and so tha before
appear Fovr cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Personally; appeared m*

"I don't kaoTr" said the woman event cannot be exactly dated but It Value of Fats and Oils. _ _per_ _ _ _ _ _ Howard L. Cawthon, a notary public
'JacksonSquare" whose housa had been robbed. "My There is a remarkable misapprehension said state J. J. MeCaekill .-
most took place under King : and for at large, ,
probably
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husband they have got a hypothesis. ; particularly among many per = the individual .
5'1. HezelJah. about 700 B. C., and is an, ---- known to me to be -

That's about the same thing isn't interesting testimony to the high state i sons of the more intelligent: class of -a-, ,. described and acknowledged :.

UT.-Indian.pells' News.ric of civilization among' the Jews at a'i' our people, says the Dietetic and Hygienic I for himself that he signed the foregoing .

time when Europe was Inhabited bI' Gazette as to the food value of THE CITIZENS, NATIONAL BANK InstrumentWitness t: .

..int PafIii ent. the fats and oils. The muscle or red my hand and seal of once ''.
savages.-American Israelite. PENSACOLA this 12 day of November A. D. 1906. : _.
Pastor-I
hear that the lightning meat is a valuable source of proteid. I.A I.
HOWARD L. CAWTHON
(Java Blend.) struck; your bouse. Ilohenbauer. That but the excessive consumption of pro- General Banking Business Conducted: on a Safe and Conservative Notary Public. My comission expires ;."

Is a punishment far your wickedness. teid Invites various diseases which fig Basis.' '.
April 6, 1910. 1- -
PelSt.nt-WelI.: sire Ifs a punishment IouldI1't ure very prominently In the causes of nov7-oaw-4w :

COFFEE mind having again! :"f.l.got WE SOLICIT YOUR death. The fats and oils increase our Correspondence Solicited--R. M. Bushnell. Cashier. _ _ _ ,
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000 marks Insurance from It-LustJgtDlsttcr resistance! &;ainst cold and some of -. In E c mMa County Circuit Court. 1 4
State of florida-In Chancery-Jam** E-
This Coffee Blended to LAUNDRY WORKOn the causes of disease. The health of Harvey vs. Llizie Harvey-Divorce. Oa
called scrofulous children Monday, the seventh day of January A. '
Suit You.If many so J. S., REESE. R. M. CARY J. W. DORR. W. R. QUINA. D. 1S07. the defendant Lizzie Harvey, U
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NOTICE would be improved: by teaching themto President Vice-Presldent. Cashier. ..Assistant-Cashier required to appear to the bill filed against
the basis of
it dos: not please you. return There will be a regular givingyou eat more fat. Fats in abundance PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA.her Herein. This order to be published
THE week for t ur conseeutir* ,
Your each
it to your grocer. meeting of :Mt. Horeb R.A. perfect satisfaction. constitute a very essential part of the CAPITAL $103,000. SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $25,000. weeks in The Pensacola Journal. a newspaper .

money refunded. Every can Chapter on Monday dietary of the tuberculous patient A .DIRECTORS..;." published in said Eocambla County. '
guaranteed by us. 10t&; insL, at 7:30 p. m. Once a customer of ours, larger proportion' of the fatty elementsof J. 3. HOOTON R. M. CART. L. J. REEVES A. M. :McMillan. Clerk Circuit Court.. By ,
W. D'ALEMBERTE J. S. KEESE W. DeC. KESSLER. C. O. Mansfield D. C. Peasacol Fla. f ;
A.
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W. E. ANDERSON always one. Let our would a long In addIng *. nov24oaw'
foods go way A General Banking Business Transacted and Accounts Solicited; Ships' Disbursements Nov. %3. ISO !
Importers Coffee Co. Secretary wagon get your bundle. to the robestaess of many persons given Special Attention. NOTICE. ''

and saving them from the subsequent ,_ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ There will to* a special xnevtlnf Of tH .
--- stockholders of the Persacol and Perf4 -
AUCTION SALE.On ii,

Limited. development of tubcroalosU. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ railroad company, on Monday Dec.
December 10, 1306.,at 12 o'clock The Star Steam -- ISO. at 10 o'clock a. nv, at the office

New Orleans La. IThe c'telbrr'k:;: butcry at Pensacola in front, The best for the money-Jackson R.: J*. CART President. JNO. B. MASSEY.. Sec.iary.of r4.er company and vote In on Pensacola.the plan proposed Fla. to f .

.- Fla.. for the benefit of all concerned Laundry Square Coffee.' Put up In air tight 7" .Jl... ',- .. by the Board of ,Director for securing
about one hundred and fifty thousand 1. 2 and 4 pound tins. Absolutely __ .z. c "--, c:,., funds to purchase additional rolling 1C
stock and material required to
repair
The LewisBear Co. from superficial alongside feet of the picked British up lumber.steamship lost 37 E. Garden St. Pho 114 guaranteed to satisfy the most fastidious Wholesale. and Retail Dealer In Steam damage! done by the bnrrtcAB* of 6ep.Do"ntlc. jj '
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Tugela on the night of September 76th. taste. Anthracite and Blacksmith COAL mber 77. 1906. and for the traneacttot. "Ili
Pensacola, Fla.DISTRIBUTERS.. and now piled1 on the beach near F rdldoi Officer: 43 S. Palafox St. Telephone 93. .. of such other business as may come beYareU' -
wharf. Full particulars will be given Pensacola Flat" NOTICE.I Comer Tarragona and Gonzalez fore the nuetinc.
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upon application to K. Baars & Co., '. have moved my e-fflee to the Brent Streets. Yard phones S and 372. By order of tb-. President.
2 I Agents. W. F. WILLIAMS. Building room No. 30J. 3d iloor.SdectL ELWOOD McLAUGHLIN .
norlToaw4w
secretary ,
I ,-Auctioneer. E- D. BEGGS..r" .
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PAGE EIGHT. THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 8, 1906.

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;.. b f". _- _IV _I I OPPOSITION TO FREE -:.1 .' -0' AtCOE'S. SOUTHERN BOOKS



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: ; -" SEED DISTRIBUTION .


:,A. .:,__ '!.",",- I have several hundred CLZirexi:
wv PROGRESS Christmas Books:
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,... I tutes. Illinois State Grange. New I -.:. Imported Rag. Muslin and Linen '-'
Matter Will Probably Be York State Grange, New York State printed In colors. and from 15 to *
; ::. I I Agricultural Association, Minnesota Royal Crystan Bond Writing Paper at .-, These can be laundered. **
L Thrashed Out State Agricultural Society New York 25c per pound. '
.,; : Again 1 I Prince Henry Fabric Finish Writing The Tradesman's 'Weekly Rosebud Stories Nursery Stories, S t
.. 1I State Agricultural Society, Ellington Paper, 25c per pound.- les of Jesus. Mother Goose. O,.nstnT
By Congress.MANY I I ConiL, Grange La Valle, \\1B. Lodge, Hot Pressed and Highland Unen Writ Review :of New Indus Token Pansies for Thought GociAffectiOna c*2::
1 Society ot Equity New York Poultry I r"ing Paper at SOc per box. Tribute Bible Proc. :i Ii j

} Society, New York State Association Japanese Christmas Napkins and New 1Cc Year to 50c Cards a hundred. tries in the'South. 15c.Child's

of Bee Keepers, New York State 1907 Calendars. Delight series, 10 and *.
REASONS ADVANCED WHY Sheep Breeders' Association, and hun- Souvenir Festal Cards:
Chattanooga Tenn. Dec 7. Here-
Denslow's Picture Book for ,
dreds Pensacola Souve- CT"Tom ::'-,
of Florida Curies and
GOVERNMENT SHOULD CEASE other resolutions adoptedby nirs. with Is presented a list of new Industries Thumb A. B. c.. Humpty r;3:-";?
J societies in all parts of the coun established In the southern states One Ring Circus Mother Hut.-'. i.1?
EXPENDING MONEY ,FOR THIS try. .An interesting hearing is an during the week ending _today as reported and the Beanstalk. Zoo, House t: .\ jji:
ticipated. Built Three Bears, Red R. ::::2 p, j
to The Tradesman, includingonly hafa
Five Little Ply Mary
PURPOSE AND Ltte
DIVERT ;
FUNDSTO
HONOLULU the more Important ones selected Lamb, etc. at 1-c to JL25.i .
PEOPLE ARE
Brent
Building. from the'grand totaL In this compilation
MORE VALUABLE WORK.By .
WITH CALIFORNIANSBy Banbury Cross. Bo Peep. Ed t..... iv.
will be noticed a pipe line
ture Land. Holly Tree Wee DC..A n-L
Associated Press. Phona 235. company in Texas capitalized at ?3- Syllable Books lOc to SSc. -
; Honolulu Dec. 7.-Gov. Carter expresses 500,000; a cold storage company In
William Wolff Smith. his approval of the naturalization -I I .__ -- Tennessee with capital of $100,000; Louisa M. Alcott Books at from 3 c n
Washington, Dec. 7.-While It is of Japanese as advocated by I 1 .an electric light plant In South Carolina book to $10 per set.
not expected that the house of representatives President -a R;. g a D ; Laura .
I Roosevelt in his message ; four companies In Oklahoma E Richards works. Pessfe.
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{ will devote a week to discussing to congress, but popular sentiment' 'cacti announcing over $1,000,000 cap!. ] Three Margarets. et<%. JL15. "*,

i the question ol whether the favors the position taken oy the peo- | CAFE i Italization; a $ OGOOO manufacturing A large assortment of One-SrEasie
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government should continue: distrib- pie of California. The planters here I! j company in North Carolina; a $ZOO,- I lories, at We R*
uting pumpkin and squash seeds as i claim that they have spent large sums | 000 brick works in Missouri; a $100- '
TREAT YOUR FEET it did last session the matter will no to build up and develop a middle ,: : ; 000 clothing factory In Arkansas and 'I them Stock and prices the same as la :\or.
Department Stores.

j f1ON PREILi
doubt gain come before that body class of substantial citizens. two oil companies in Indian Territory.
To a pair' of our $3.50 Shoes'
or men. They're all that
good shoes when
the
should ce and have all the style that can be put Into a shoe. Others too, agricultural appropriationbill i I .5.. I The complete list as given out for the
is considered. Last session tne r: r i
"" $4.GO. $4.t3 and $6.50. week is as follows: HARRY T. HOWLAND
house committee on agncmture which OUR BIG PLATSDVvIAGDBY i ti.2S. Pa.acx: Street.ups.ta.rs.a 'I Alabama. ,
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had considered the matter very I hardware Manager De Luna Book
care-l Abbeville-$6,000 com Store
fully reached the conclusion Open 7 a. m. to 9 p. m. I
the government had been itt a pan / I De Luna St. Phone 1431
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FIRL
THE JOHN WHITE STORESpecialists the same varieties of seeds for many i? OUR' SPECIALTIES: :,' Birmingham$50,000 construction.
n company; $5,000 land 'company.Montgomery$50,000 ,
years and that all the seeds sent out i
I :5: Cua'eMen's: Cinrer, 12 to syrup comI -
I have been on the market for from ten By Associated Press. 2::20: :CO tents I I I 1
Pittsburg, Pa., Dec. 7.The: plant of
to and could ':! Tr-ear Parties, regular boardf pany.
fifty purchased
in Men's and Boy Wear I years oe the International Portland Cement Selma-JSff.OOO oiL ice and fertilizer -
had ia ers and Mea. Tickets. I .
at any seed store. the farmers J i ArtEmbroidery ;
I Company at Elizabeth Pa., near here, company. f
been well educated as to the characteristics PHONE 1530 ?
was damaged by fire today to the Arkansas.
extent -
Phone 225 205.207 3. PALAFOX of those seeds and it was a I I jrt S I
I of 200000. i The neatest, clearest and best ; Hamburg-$20,000 lumber ccmpany.
waste of to spend $242.000 Opening.
money \\tS plate in town in whiib to get your :2a I Greenwood-$10.000 medicine fac-, \
hi annually in distributing such common I I Lumber Fire at Jackson.. j, Ireals a ,tory. '
I varieties of seeds. 1 Come will trust to AD the ladles who are
garden
Birmingham, Ala., Dec. 7.-A special x once; we you j; Keyton-$5,000 lumber company. interestedIn
The committee also took cognizanceof jj come aga.n. 3v I d ioty novelties for C )
from
I! Jackson, Miss., says the plant of Fayetteville $50,000 land company. .r'a5 '
*.>i"M MM" M"MMMM. MMMMfMMMM MMM MI the fact that the seeds were distributed the National Lumber Company in the B m U C C : B S j Batesville-12 ,OOU lumber company. gifU'wU1 be more than dented: I
4 through the mails and entailed southern suburbs of ,the city was destroyed : Fordyce $20,000 manufacturing :; with those to be disi..::rrd i ilrs )
a burden on the postoffice depart- this morning by fire, with a I (l H. ;V, ReniJan Mon _% t L' j '

Christmas Trade Handled f fIf ment and also considerable expense, loss of $75,000. The origin of the fire DAILY TOWEL SUPPLY. company.Fort Smith-$100.000 clothing fac- at her store 34 South PsOa: 11, AJ :
i, I Easily 1t estimated at from fifty to two hun Is unknown. ...RUNYAN'S ROLLERS... tory. cordially invited. Kew goods "
dred and fifty thousand dollars per I I
A CLEAN TOWEL EVERY DAY Paragould-$50,000 land company. I added dally "
annum. The committee omitted the Fire in Frisco. S1.CO PER MONTH.

i t i the store is lighted with $ item for seed distribution but it was San Francisco Dec. 7.-The plant Phone 848 Pensaco-2 rings.. Florida.M. RUNYAN.. Tallahassee-$10,000 Florida. hardware company -|' Mrs. H. V. Rendall.i
reinserted by the house of represen- and stock of the Union Lumber Com-, Y
1 gas. Colors easily distinguishable : tatives by a vote-of 153 to 83,after a pany at Sixth and Hooper streets was ; $50,000 tobacco.company.Georgia. : = :=: : :

? t because gas light debate which raged for nearly a week. completely destroyed by fire early j
i One of the strongest objections made today. The flames were. confined by .- SCARRITT MORENO. Waycross-Gas works.
t : is more'nearly-like daylight. to the omission of the item was' that hard work of the fire department to '. SAFES OF AcUx DESCRIPTIONS Cartersville-$5,000 block and brick KNOWLES BROS.

{ : r : the committee had acted without any the premises of the 'company The Agent for Diebo Safe and Lock Co. works.
one appearing before it to object to I loss is estimated l1ci. canton. Ohio. Covington-$15,000 lumber company. Insurance.
t : Wellsbach 300 Candle Power Lamp : I the distribution. This! was explained er $200,000. Office and Salesroom-23 E. Gov. St. Atlanta-$25,000 locomotive works; f FIRE LIFE. ACCIDENT MARINE

: Inst llcd$7,00 t I by the fact that although the seed Had to Summon Help. I 'lumber company. General Agents of
:T dealers had objected to the distribution HolycJve, Mass., Dec. 7.-A disastrous Indian Territory. .
t, .. I I I for many years they had no intimation -II fire broke out. in the McAufiaaVakelin COAL BARGE Tulsa-Two $40,000 oil companies. The EquitableLIFE

that the committee, would & \ block at the corner of Hgh! Kentucky. ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF NEW
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take action on the subject and therefore and Dwight streets early today and Brandenburg $100,000 quarrying YORK.

I Pensacola Gas Company; !I did not appear before it. fanned by a high gale, the flames were MO I. FLOATED company. 309 South Palafox Street
When the point was raised it was beyond the control of the firemen,who Burkesville-Canning factory.

i: Phone 148. 24 and 27 Garden Street. V of course too late to make represen- summoned help from surroundingtowns Louisville-$15,000 land company;

L...................................t................fH tation large delegation to the,house appeared committee before but the a early estimated and Springfield.at $200,000.REMAINSOFMRS. The. loss was DREDGECAUCUS AND TUGS UNCAS $10,000 company.skirt company; $15,000. .lumber OPERA tiOUSE

senate committee. and as a result of Lexington $10,000 construction

that hearing it reported that a distinct WEBB AND HERCULES ACCOMPLISHED company.. I

majority was ,opposed the plan of TO ARRIVE, THIS. MORNING THE TASK. Louisiana.
L and at New Orleans-$10,000 plumbing com THE ACROBATIC WONDER
free seed distribution hoped :
G. DeSILVA & COMPANY The remains of Mrs. Webb, motherof
this session to be able to make a satisfactory i
Conductor Henry Webb, of the pany.WInnfleld$50,000 ice
those company. Mr. Ben DunhamAssisted
In order that
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change. Louisville & Nashville, Railroad, will Xavy coal barge ,No. i, one of the .
Monroe-Electric
light plant.Arcadia
seeds shall have an
to free
opposed vessels to be blown ashore
reach Pensacola this morning from at the navy
opportunity to present their case to] New Orleans, where she expired yes- yard during the September hurricane, -$3,000 warehouse com By

I Building Material, that the house committee committee has granted on agriculture them a terday.to-day.The: funeral will! be conducted clock was floated, and Thursday 13 not damaged night,at to s any.30 pany.Ruston-Oil and fertilizer. company. Mrs. Dunham and Willie/

L hearing on December 12th, at which Mrs. Webb had been in great extent. The dredge Caucus and Mississippi. Farine
Shingles and Slate for Roofing the entire matter will be very carefully -i health for some weeks and recently failing tugs Uncas and Hercules accomplish- Ricey-$10,000 land and manufacturing ,

Patent Plaster Store gone into The anti free of seed the went to New Orleans for treatment. I I ed the task of pulling the big coal I company'CollIns$10,000 machine ships. of Pensacola.
Fittings movement has the support barge from the beach. ,
,
National Grange, National Farmers' Battle is Expected. I I The three vessels have been work riatUesburg$10,000 cold storage

/ Everything for House Building Congress and other national state and Melilla Morocco, Dec. 7.-A detachment ing to float the barge for a number I plant.

local organizations ot farmers, to- o fthe sultan's troops, under the ;,of days, and their efforts were successful Meridian-$10,000 amusement com DECEMBER 10 IS06.
I with the horticultural societies pany. ,
and Repairs. gether command of Kaid Bachina, has crossed Thursday night
both state experiment stations the Moulouya river, and native runners Jackson-$10,000 oil and gas com

and agricultural colleges. report that the pretenders' followers Hanged for Assault pany.
It is unnecessary to remark that are preparing. to attack the Alexandria La., Dec. 7.-Thomas C. Missouri.! MANY NEW FEATURES TO BE
the American Seed Itade Association. Sheri fin force. Braden white, was legally hanged Kansas City-Construction company INTRODUCED.
BAY ELECTRIC,AND. SUP L COMPANY the Wholesale Seedsmens' League and here today for criminal assault upon a ; $36,000 ice and fuel company;

W. T. BEDWELL, PRES. AND MANAGER. all associations interested in the seed white woman at Lecompte, La., last $5,000 investment company; land Prices-25c, 50c and 75c.
Prepared to do an electrical on short notice. Ring phone 570 also opposed to this distri .
and a. trade are September. company.
representative will calL W. T. B ilnf.r I and $100 REWARD, $tOO Matinee-50c, 75c and S1.00.
Manager 20 S. Baylen bution. The seedsmen take the ground The readers of this paper will be St. Louls-$5,000 construction company ---- --- -'- -- -
that this government is the only one pleased to learn .that- there Is at least Water Cure for Constipation.Half ; $10,000 building company; $8,-

: that gives away anything in competition been one dreaded able to cure disease in all that its science stages and has a.pint of hot water taken half 000 hardware 'company; two $5,000( SATURDAY DEC. 8th
with private enterprise and that that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is an hour before breakfast will usually investment companies; $50,000 mail ,
the only thing given away is the com- I. the only positive cure now known to the I.keep the bowels regular. Harsh cathartics chute equipment company;, $200,000
street.UNDERWEAR monest varieties of cheap garden I medical fraternity. Catarrh beIng a constitutional -I should be avoided. When a brick works; $25,000 manufacturing! # "I17ESIFIIRKIIt
t disease.
seeds and therefore the congressional -I treatment Halls requires Catarrh a constitutional Cure is-I purgative is needed take Chamber- company; Ice factory; $75000 iron
free seed distribution is an unjustified taken Internally acting directly upon the lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. and metal company; $25,000 lumber % PRESENT3r
interference with a private blood and mucous surfaces of the system I I They are mild and gentle in their ac company.
legitimate business. The farmers protest thereby ddestroying the foundation of,the tion. For sale by all druggists. Joplin-Mines. PAUL
disease and giving the patient
that while this appropriation is building up the constitution strengthby and assisting Carthage-f' MO raining company.
I made ostensibly for their benefit nature in doing its work. The I I New Suits Filed. North Carolina.
there are mills of packets that are proprietors have so much faith In Its The following new suits were filed Charlottee-$50.000 bottling works. I ILI4OflEHear.
curative powers that they offer One Hundred yesterday in the office of the clerkof
burned or otherwise destroyed or are Dollars for case that it fails Glendon-Soap stone factory.
IF YOU any
HAVEN'T BOUGHT YOUR I distributed to merchants bankers to cure. Send for list of testimonials. I I the circuit court: Biltmore-Veneer factory.
mechanics laborers and others who Address F. J. CHCXEr & CO. ,Toledo Chas. Knox vs Peter O'Reilly damaged Greensboro-$500,000 manufacturing
In Ohio $250: Avery & Avery, attorneysfor
can not possibiy have any interest .
Sold by all DruggiSts. TSc.; compary.
WINTER SUPPLYWe them. They also maintain that as plaintiff. Oklahoma.
Take I&Jls FamJy: Pills for constipatIon -
they are perfectly familiar with the I Arthur Peters vs Constantine Mitchell Oklahoma City-$50,000 machine
varieties of seeds distributed, they et al, bill in chancery; Blount & shops $10000 grain "omoany: 500.
.
will be pleased to have you call in at our can they learn are distributed nothing from In them penny-weight and as i Blount. J., attorneys Wallace and for plaintiff.M. others for use elevator 000 oil comnpnv company.GutbrleL000.000:. $100,000 grain ana!

store. We have some splendid values that will interest packages the amount received is too 1of A. J. Venters. vs. ,D J. Hennelly.
the majority of the URIi Ii: ejectment; Sullivan & Sullivan, attorneys mining company -
you. small to justify there- r o for plaintiffs. ; $ .OOO.OOO cigar factory; $1-
farmers in planting them. They 000.000 mining and milling company.

: Full line of Cooper's celebrated, Jersey Ribbed I fore contend that this money should of be Shawnee-$1,000,000 mining'com-
the department agriculture -
Egyptian Cotton in the $1.50 and $2 qualities. turned over to with the :state experiment : pany. .
; for use
Kingfisher- 'I I
$25,000 lumber com'
;. Lambs stations in developing new. 1DRESSSHIRTS A Hard I
Down Fleeced at $1.50 per suit.: I of Struggle. pany.i .
and valuable seeds and plants
f rare i i Chattanooga-$10,000 lumber
Good Jersey Ribbed and Cotton Fleeced, per both domestic and foreign origin pany. com

suit $1. whose adaptability to the locality can I. South
Carolina.
; _
,; Fine Egyptian Balbriggan at $2.' 'per suit. I be stations.determined Some of by them the think experiment a part : MANY A PENSACOLA CITIZEN i loan Greenwood company.-$50,000 building and

:: An excellent of the money can be properly em I The. I FINDS THE STRUGGLE j
Jersey Ribbed Merino at $2 per in developing superior breedsof fit of a shirt Anderson-$.8,000 oil company.
ployed II IIf Seneca-Electric light plant; waterworks the Glee Club.
: suit. cattle and even horses: HARD.
hogs. sheep counts most when a man See the great boat race.
Genuine Australian If[ their proposition were adopted the Prlcea-25, 50, 75, $1. and $1.50.
Wool, in white and gray, at department would have from five to wears evening dress- Tennessee. Matinee-SOc, 75c and $1.00.Typewriters0.
Memphis-$100.000 cold
$3 per suit.Fine ten thousand dollars annually available and our excellent dress I With a back constantly achIng. plant: $25000 lumber company.storage -I
work with each of
light-weight wool, in white and gray,.$3 per the experiment for additional stations, and this Ideal I shirts are appreciatedin With distressing! urinary disorders, Knoxvllle-$25,000 motor transit

suit. .. to the experiment Dally existence U; but a straggle.Np company. .
strongly appeals You
and agricultural colleges. As proportion. need to keep It up. Clinton-$5,000 ice factory.

I Elegant Lambs Wool, in white, at $3.50 per suit. II I no stations one except a few members of conCTes should see those we Doan's Kidney Pills will cure you. I Marfa-Laundry Texas.: $15000

Silk and.wool mixture in white at $5'per'suit. !* has appeared to defend the seed distribution offer at nsacola people endorse this plant- $1500 tel*nbone system.power
and squash ,
: One lot of odd shirts and drawers, our regular I i!j and as the of pumpkin entire agricultural press [ cisIm l' I Sevtaour-$5.000 laundry. We offer the below
Q A. Oertln seam?n, of 419 IA SL Palestine-Ire factory.
$1.50 quality. for $1. 1 and ninety per cent of the dailv press II I .. Caivon-*T!>,000) brick $100 MAKE TYPEWRITERS CHEAPi
has been attacking this? distribution ONE DOLLARI tf'lTs how to dolt: TTp !'I"V"= F"-nt : .works.
Boy's cdtton' fleeced shirts and dra\vers 25c: for years there 1* rea!'on to hope that Try rT>*T''>nc'" with IMm'q KM."y. port wonn-$ ObOO glass factory; Steam's Visible (new) .............$"-; 11WUrams. \.
per $100000 mining and smeiOng com- (re-built) ................ .,-. ."
garment. I consress:: will at lat do away with it I 5 ; Pi'K I can trr>n"ly fPCOreIN'nt1 t'm pij"v Densmore. pract'caDy new) ....... .j;
i at the present session \\ believe they're the : to Smith Premier No. f. ............. r "
nvone In "H of H"ust'n20 000
Fine Ribbed to the house I n a rn"4rin mpril. typewriting com- ........ -. .
Jersey cotton shirts and drawers | There will be presented ** Remington No. :2 (re-built) ;;;
committee a series cf interesting ex- best in town for the 5 j i for tV kt1nov9. V1'ney ron- pa"T <2 ,ooo cfi romrany.Temrl .
at $1 per suit.Elegant +tl5no() auto Also for ten days delivery we can '::
:
'blnt
Ii an bc\Th company
I hlbit" One will be approximately one money-same with our t (can d me !'ttrl'rrrin -ptnv $5,000( oIl New Century Fox, Fay-Siioles, t"nrj.-.
all-wool Jersey Ribbed shirts and drawers thousand packages of these seeds : 2't Intervals for y >ar*_ The I company.'art1n$3.$0O.000 wood or any make of typewriler AU>'"
at $1.50 suit. (I!which were rescued from a bon fire $12.50 and $15 suits. | :, fir't or -fcond slt/ck I 1H! notbat mInt pany. pipe line com machines aldo for rent.
per Ion Long Island la! t summer. They
Give half dozen shirts
Come for unde the franks of the members cf'{ a as tfm@wf'ntbythey grew worse i DaUu-US.oOO lignite company;
to us wear. We have the kind show end ,at times laid $100. ':congress to whom the seeds were aj- for that Christmas gift. ,'I me up. I could company
-; that will please you. I lotted and testimony will show that It hardly walk and the kidney secretions H1l11ettsTUle-Warel1ouse Westbrooke company. Pensacolarypewriter !

'none of the varieties was less than were Irregular and unnatural I -$5,000 hardware com

I ten old and some had been on Doan's Kldn pany.
[ years y Pills cured me. From .
,I I the market for from thirty to fifty! : personal experience, I know I Virginia.Manchester Exchange,
that this -Fona dry.

WATSON PARKER & REESE CO. I years.Anti free seed resolutions- will also H. 0. i remedy the can representations be depended made upon for to fulfill It"-I Marion Alexandria-Laundry.-$150,000. brick works' 20 E. Government"St.

i I be Grange presented National from Farmers the Coneress.National ANSON'I cents.For sale Foster-MIlburn by all doalers. Price 50 Norfolk-$150000 navigation company -.

"EVERYTHING !Louisville Board of Trade: Board CASH New York sole agents for Co.the Buffalo.United ; $10,000 iumber.company. i $100,000 coal and coke company.
TOWEAR" West
Virginia.
Kentucky Farmers Institutes. South States. Lewboburg-SOtOO milling company
Texas Fruit and Truck Growers As- ,. Center: Remember the Kermit-$10.000 cement works. Williamson$ 5.000 coal company.
.1 Buclatlon. Wisconsin Farmers'- bath I take BO other. name Doan's and Princeton-$5.00Q() .laundry. I Rowlesburg-$rx>,000) stone companY

.. '- Charleston-J5JQO mining COmDan1'ti : i to develop juanies.
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