The Pensacola journal
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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 12, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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: THIS Former Vice-President and General Counsel of' :f.Iutual' vr- '
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During RecentTrip f .' -, : .
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and Recomrnenda- *,, WITH 'CHAMELEONS Life Insurance; Company Convicted in ,the\ [ESTIMATE T[ OF f Pal fox5HeenPur-v J. : -2

tions Submitted to By Associated Preas.ChicafO STARTIN LIFE New York Courts.By chaSciI Jd : 3. ; : :

Dec. 11.-A dispatch .Phis r

Congress. that as from the Omaha result of Neb swallow, says Associated Prcs*. Two other officers of the same'com COTTON CROP ,urp4\J :\ f t'

ll, Burn- -
ing a live ,chameleon as an New York Dec. -George pany who were indicted the same \ :t. '
Mrs.Storer ;
Claims That She ham, Jr., vice president" general time as the man ,who was convicted 11
advertisement Louise Douglas counsel of the Mutual ;Reserve Life to-day are Frederick A.: Burnham,and

High Praise for the Island, comic, formerly Opera singer a well-known died here Made Him Secretary of Insurance Co.. was convicted todayof George D. Eldridge ,vice president : Purchase 'A.jJ J ";;i : ; :
the larceny of seventy-five hundred Five Indictments were returned !For Current Year Causes

Its People and Govern- yesterday. An hour before the dollars of the company's funds., against each man. nings and W: W. Varn :
Navy. -
her two live chameleons
death ,
and AvicUon of ,counsel further.pro-- in'Pnces
The prosecution a> were By request Sharp Break on .. '
ment. crawled from the woman'smouth. .. the outgrowth of the investigation of ceedings,.were postponeduntil Friday and the Price
and physicians say her New York insurance companies by the and Burnham was:remanded to the New York Paid ;
Exchange.By -
body is alive with the little ---Mi.I 1
committee A S, Tombs. .
reptiles. Used Influence With McKin- legislative year ago. Was 30000. ----- ;

GREAT: WEALTH, OF THE ISLAND Two years ago Louise Douglas .e- '
whose real name was ley to Get Him the Appointment. Associated Press. :
AS SHOWN BY EXPORTS AND Washington Dec. 11.:'-The crop reporting ; -
Mrs. Harry F. Lee: swalloweda SITUATHPN IN FRANCE : -
chameleon and received board of the department of SITE IS ONE OF THE BE3T IN THI, '
agriculture pro
much advertising therefrom.But THOROUGHLY MODERN
dnction of cotton in the United States

CONFER RIGHTS, ,OF AMERU soon afterwards she began EX: MELY' CRITICAL from the current crop to be 12,546,00.0 HOTEL, AND IT IS EXPECTED S
and left the She
failing stage.
SPICY INTERV-IEW PUBLISHED IN bales of five hundred pounds each. -' S
CAN CITIZENSHIP UPON ISLAND- has been in a hospital in Oma- ,
,-f N The estimated production by states THAT WORK UPON SUCH f ;
ha for more than a year. CINCINNATI PAPER YESTERDAYIN : S 4 S
ERS WITHOUT DELAY.. is as. follows: South Carolina 875-
The nurse at the hospital In 000; Georgia, 1,578,000; Florida, 64- STRUCTURE WILL BEGIN IN .
-' which the woman died is authority CONNECTION WITH THE Great Excitement at the: ,VatV 000; Texas 3,994,000.GOVERNMENT S
S for the story, that two STORER-ROOSEVELT CONTRO TgIOPSMAY <* > I
By Associated Prets. of the reptues'crawled from icon Which DeclinesResponsibility. ESTIMATE .
Washington. Dec 11. The presldent's I'
.' r the dying woman's..mouth... VERSY WHCH IS NOW BEING CAUSES SHARP BREAK
congress I
special message to _. A deal which may mean much to !
giving the result of his recent observations _- -:- - :-- - - PUBLICLY AIRED.By i .. New York Dec. H.-The govern-I Pensacola was closed yesterday, q ;
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in Porto Rico and :orgirig'several i I ment estimate of the cotton crop whereby T. A. Jennings and W. W. -1 f.
recommendations concerning the REJ'NLIST proved more bearish upon the market Van, two well known and prominent I'a "

government of the Island was delivered Associated Press. TOUCHING! SCENES I IN '.CHURCHES than anticipated causing a sensational. citizens acquired the Mallory residence I-
to the'senate to-day. It was PPOINTMENTSOfCONFE Chicago Ill.,.. Dec. 11.-A dispatch to decline In price. January and March and site at the corner of Pala 4 "

read at length and received careful the Record.Herald from Cincinnatisays ON THE LAST DAY THAT PUBLIC broke to 9.40 and 953 respectively. fox and Wright streets the consider -
attention. The message is as follows: : '. the lowest since last August. ation being 30000. The negotiations S
The Message.- "My husband created, President Provided They F< illow ,Line CATHOLIC WORSHIP WILL BE between the Messrs. Mallory and -

To the Senate and House of Representatives Roosevelt said Mrs. Bellamy Storer ALLOWED UNLEss' the purchasers were conducted so t -
of'Procedure'Lad Down UNDER CERTAIN quietly that it was not until yesterday -
: ENCE last night to a reporter of the Commercial -
On November 21 I visitedthe islandof Tribune. EW RESTRICTIONS.! O DAMAGE OLAIM C l I after the papers had been signed -
that It became known and then only
Porto Rico landing at,Ponce crossIng "President Roosevelt owes much to- By thej;P sl !nt.. among a very few. S 5 -

by the old Spanish'road 1>y Cavey: day to Mr. Storer and myselfshe A hotel modern and up-to-date In

to San Juan. and returning; 'next mornIng continued. It was through-my influence By Associated Press. every respect is to occupy the site. -
over the new American.road from To the Methodist Episcopal that Mr Roosevelt was made as- 'By Associated.,Press.Washington Home, Dec. 11.There Ii.great excitement At least this was the statement made -
\recibo to Ponce; the scenery was sistant secretary of the navy and it, Dec.* 11=-:Gilchrfst at the Vatican"-over the situation IN CIRCUIT yesterday afternoon by certain par. -

wonderfully beautiful" especially Churchs in Pensacolaand came about in this way: Stewart representing 1 the, .Constitutional In France. The Pope tcnlay received ties, and when Mr. Jennings was seen S

among! the mountains of the interior "Mr. Storer',and I' went to Cantonto League has3' filed with the Cardinal Vincent Vannutelli seen regarding the matter he admittedthe S

which constitute a veritable tropic\ Marianna pay the president and Mrs. McKinley -I president a mass additional evidence::'and in the course of the conversation purchase of the property by Mr, ., !
Switzerland. I ,could not embark at a visit I told the presidentthat I I regarding,the Brownsville. affair which said that the Vatican, declined responsibility Yarn and himself and also said that I -
San Juan because the harbor has not Districts. I was not there to ask for any resulted in the discharge, without for what might''happen in COURT it had been secured with the general S

been dredged outand, can not receive thing for myself, but that it would bea I honor, of a battalion ,ot 'tie Twent -, France. understanding that it would be the i '
en American battleship. I do not great personal favor if he would fifth Infantry colored. I _, site of a 'modern hotel building. -
think this fact creditable to us as a make Mr. Roosevelt assistant secre- In a special memorandum to General An Historic,Day. Further than this Mr. Jennings did 's
Special toThe Journal. ... Paris Dec. 11.-This is an historic not to The plans, he said,
nation. and I earnestly hope that im tary the-navy. He at first opposedit Ainsworth, Secretary'Taft, by direction care say.
mediate provision will be made for Eufaula, Ala., Dec. 11.-Rev. J. 11.I by saying, that Mr. ,Roosevelt was of the presjdent, specifies the day for France. The struggle which Case of W. D. Wiggins vs. regarding the hotel were In their embryo
dredging San Juan harbor. I I Dannelly formerly pastor of the Pal- too much of a fighter/bnt eventually procedure to -followed by former began In 1880 with the banishment of state, and he could give no In- '1'

I doubt whether our people as a af x Street Church Pensacola, was appointed granted my reauest"Says members of the discharged"companies the Jesuits ended to-day with the legal 'W.A.FinlayJr.HeardYesterday. formation further than to say that the -
whole realize the beauty and fertility to the First Church Opelika who wish to re-enlist The Secretary rupture of the bond whichfor practically property had been secured for hotel -

of Porto Rico. and the progress that Ala., and Rev. H. T. Johnson,. also a It is Garbled. directs.the applicant to present to the a: thousand uninterrupted years I purposes. : : -
las been made under its admirable former, pastor at the same church. Cincinnati, 0., Dec. 11.-A remark- recruiting officer evidence that he was had united. church and state. By refusing -! S An Excellent Site. -
pvernmentVe have just cause for was appointed to the First Church at Interview published here to-day credited neither Implicated in the raid at .to.make the required declarations -' The site secured is considered an > -

pride in the character of our Eufaula Ala, by the South Alabama Mrs. Bellamy Storer with the Brownsville nor that he withheld 'evidence trader the pnbllc meeting law of excellent one for a hotel especially -'

fcntatives who-have administered repre- Conference:: of the Methodist Episcopal statement that 'she and her husband that nrfg tead .the.a'seovery .1881,, pubit ;:Catholic. worship, except One. case occupied the attention of one which is modern and t1 oto-date -
tropic islands which came under our "CfiurcETwaich concludedlts sessions haorereate fla here yesterday, The full list of Mrs., Storer to-day said that while she I becomes illegaL and it was not'until 5 o'clock In frontage of 19%. feet on Palafox street $ S
as a result of the with
? war Spain
and also fronts on Wright street the
for the Pensacola: and 3 had last in of the churches it submittedto
and of appointments seen a newspaper woman The scenes some the afternoon that was
no one of them is this ,
more of feet. For a hotel no
dlliitricts"are' follows: and had said of the extremely touching: Not In same
Marianna night things
some were the Jury.
true than Porto It FINESFOR'REBATtRS. I
Rico. would be Impossible : better site could be secured,, and that ,
> Marianna District-J. E. Peterson credited to her. the report as, published I years had.there been such an attend- The case was that of W. D. Wigginsvs.
to wish
business is shown
a more faithful '
amore I
the gentlemen mean
Elder Marianna D. P. different! at The'number of women I for defamation of
efficient and a more disinterested Presiding ; gave an entirely complexion ance mass. W. A.Finlay Jr., by the fact that they have already In- '
public service than that now being Slaughter; Cotton dale, R.: J. *Coxwell; to everything said and that was especiallY large and was noteworthy I character and the plaintiff asked for vested 30000. and it is believed by TT
J. W. Henson Cypressand undue prominence had been given to as Indicatingithe religious Indifference of $20,000. The -
rendered in the island of Porto Rico Greenwood ; 1 damages in the sum those who know the parties that unless j -
M. :Munn Blountstown. certain incidents the .of the male population. Al- I the connection of .
by those In control of the insular Sneads ; related during 1I I I suit arose through something very unexpected occurs -
government I supplied by W. L. WInslett; Wewa- Interview. While unable to deny that though seven-eights of the, lnhabitants the plaintiff with the McMillan Mill Pensacola will at last be In a position .
hitchka. Roy,Moore; St. Andrews Bay. such an interview had been given. she TWO BIG CONCERNS ASSESSEDONE of this city are nominally Catholics.In Company and some remarks allegedto to boast of a aotel that will bea
Work of Education.I I I E. W. Roberts; Orange Hill. W. D. said that so incorrect and garbled a no part of the city were the have been made by defendant credit to the city and to this sec ; S

stopped at a dozen towns all told Owens; Chipley and Bonlfay R. C. report had been published that, it did HUNDRED AND FIFTY I churches crowded. Even at Notre After counsel for defense and plaintiff lion of the state., .
and one of the notable features in Williams; Graceville, D. F. Northcutt; not give her views or statements and Dame cathedral where a solemn high had concluded their arguments *
f\err town was the gathering of the Freeport J. S. Stephens; Wfcstvllle, she did not want it to' be consideredas THOUSAND DOLLARS.By mass was celebrated the edifice was Judge Carter delivered his charge the NEWBALLOONFOR

school children. The work that has supplied by A. P. Peacock: Geneva. C. coming from her. Beyond this she only half ftl1 d. The officiating clergy Jury retired and returned within five
tan done in Porto' Rico for education B. Pilley; Coffee Springs H. Llzenby; refused to discuss the matter. Associated Press. I read the 'regular offices for the week, minutes with a verdict in' favor of the WAR DEPARTMENTBy I

has been noteworthy. The main L. T. Reynolds. superannuated; Hart- New York Dec. 11.-After counsel I as usual, without referring to their defendant Press.New S S 1:;

emphasis, as is eminently wise and ford. H. S. Ellison; Newton. J. L. had pleaded guilty. Judge Holt in the i Illegal status to-morrow. York Associated Dec. 11.-A new balloon t --
proper has been put upon primary Jones; Headland. W. M. Segrest; Slo- SMOOT'S RIGHT TO United States Circuit court to-day imposed Nevertheles depression of the Catholics has just been ordered by th's government ; ,
education; but in addition to this comb. W. H. Wold; Cottonwood J. C. fines of eighty and seventy : was manifest :Many women REUBEN POWELLIS ,for use by the war depart- : -
there is a normal school. an agricultural Harrison: Dothan Foster St., W. P. thousand dollars respectively upon I emerged from the cathedral with their ment for experimental purposes In

school three industrial and three Hurt; Dothan Circuit, H. B. Register; SEAT IN CONGRESSDISCUSSED the American Sugar Refining Company i eyes streaming with tears and lingered ; military wont. The balloon, will be of s -. .
high schools. Every eort! is being Gordon, R. J. Ross; Columbia H. M. and the Brooklyn Cooperage Co. I on the pavement to discuss whatto CAPTURED the regulation type, but an unusually z -
made to secure not pnly the benefits Andrews. for accepting rebates, after which on : do when the clergy'are turned out large one, capable of holding 90,000 ; -
of elementary education to all the Pensacola District-B. C. Glenun. motion of the district attorney the' of their churches. cubic feet of gas the largest of its .

Porto Ricans of the next generation Presiding Elder; Pensacola First AT LENGTH ,BY SENATOR court dismissed, two indictments on But on the eve of the struggle it Is kind ever made in America. It will be
but also as far as means will permit Church, J. B. Cummins; Pensa- the ground that the punishment imposed becoming'more apparent that both the MAN WANTED fN CONNECTIONWITH constructed in this city. The...order : -. ,

to train them so that the industrial, rola; Gadsden Street, F. *A. Roarers: ; BURROWS YES- was a sufficient deterrent to re-; government officials and higher ec- ELLA AN- came from Captain Charles 1J. F. l j

urlcultural and commercial ODDortonlhes Milton and Bagdad W. T. Ellisor; TERDAY. .baters in the future. clsslastics are resisting the advice of. MURDER OF J Chandler of the war department The | HJ

of the island can be utilized Powelton Circuit, J. O Marley; Brew- -=---- i the intemperate Minister of Public DERSON CAUGHT BY balloon will be finished within ninety .. JL?
\to the best possible advantage. It ton Station W. A. McCann: Brew- Rv Associated Press., Worship Briand announces that the J days and shipped at once to Washington. !

*az evident at a glance; that the teach- ton Mission supnli bv L. C. Duncan: Washington, Dec. 11.-Senator Reed ITO RUN RAILROAD government "cannot be driven into the SHERIFF. S it'll
*** both Americans and native Porto Castl berry J. R. McGlawn; Renton Smoot's right to a seat in the senate I trap of closing the churches." and J
Ricans were dp.yntf'd to their work ,supolled by W. H. Hasty; :Monroeville was discussed by Senator Burrows in PEOPLE Cardinal Richard, archbishop of Paris I TOBACCO USERS : t ,

took the greatest pride in it. and were C. H. Motley; Evergreen, C. S. ToIler; the senate to-day for more than three IN NAME. OF has strongly censured the placarding I I Reuben Powell, colored, charged WILL BE TAXED i -
endeavoring to train their pupils not Garland supplied by J. M. Griffln: hours. The speech received close at- of appeals to the clericals to make with being an acces ftry to the murder i' -
nnly In mind but in what counts for Georgian, George; Fontaine; Forest tention. Mr. Smoot occupied his placein I' ', violent resistance' to the officers of of Ella Anderson by Marion By Associated Prcjv -

far more than mind in citizenship that I Home, W. T. Arnold; Sepulsja. S. J. the senate. By Associated Dec. 11.-After Press.declaringa the law. Shavers, who was convicted In the Chicago Dec. 11_ A dispatch to the .. s
Is, In character. Gibson: Pine Barren. J. O. Lawrence; Senator Burrows arraigned Mormonism I .Richmond dividend of twenty-five percent "No violence." he said"but passive circuit court Monday upon that charge, Record-Herald from Kenton 0.. says: l4- r

It was very much struck by the excellent -I Pollard. H. T. Stroutf Bay Minette. A. and spoke Smoot of the responsibility member of script the stockholders ,ot the Richmond resistance the unjust} law after ex- wjs captured yesterday afternoon by President Albert Edwin Smith ot : -
attached to as a
character both of the insular B: Brown; Stockton, D J. Hartzo; II Fredericksburg and Potomac hansting all protests at every step"This Sheriff Van Pelt and is now in JaiL the Ohio Northern University at Ada. t
the :
police and of the Porto Rican regiment Woodlawn. supplied bv G' H. Hicks: ; church.the apostolic body -of Mormon. railroad adopted a resolution that the .Is the disposition so far as the The sheri! and Deputy Sanders has decided to require any student .- ,' -

They are both of them bodies Chaplain U. S. Navy W. ,G Isaacs. the morning the senate listened : :road should be run in the name of the hieher ecclesiastics are concerned but learned of the whereabouts of Powell that he discovers to be a smoker to
that reflect credit upon the American' :, During to the president's special mes-. I people of Virginia. W. H. White of their followers evidently have no Intention jf-rtcrday afternoon. and together theystsrted pay $1 per term more tuition than -'
administration of the island. The inular Porto Rico.' I Norfolk, was elected presidentDEATH to submit and are preparingto after the man. Finding that those who do not use the weed. In : I'
* police are under the local Porto .sage on I I assume the roll of martyrs abandon he had gone to :Mill view from God chapel yesterday Dr. Smith said: "AU ,

Rloan government. The Porto Rican! DESIGNATION OF I the churches and organize- private win's turpentine camp they took the pipe suckers and cigarette smokers Ira 3

rKiment of troops must be appropriated EXGOVERNORMOSES OF BROWN I worship. f road leading to the former thinking I fact all smokers of tobacco in any ';

for by the Congress. I earnest. SUPREME: BEING they might possibly meet him returning form will be taxed_$1 per term more -
ly hope that this body will be kept At one point another road than others in the future. This extra '" '; Shabit" r
Permanent There should certainly be DEAD EXPECTED SOON MANSLAUGHTER\ branches out leading to Millview *adfcerlns tuition Is to v be a license for the I'- i, ,
that he might come by that
troops In the island and it is wise S :
that these troons should be themselves CAUSED HEATED DISCUSSION AT route and ,consequently escape the 5-
CASEBy : i
officers took different! roads and ad FRISCO TO HAVE
native Porto Ricans. It would be from By Associated Press.. By Associated Press a
'eery' standpoint a mistake not to THE OKLAHOMA CON Winthrop, Mass., Dec. 17.-Former Washington Dec. 11.-Former United result the sheriff met the man after BIG EXPOSITIONBy '
Perpetuate this regiment. Governor Franklin J. Moses of South States Senator Arthur Brown going a short distance and placed o !
VENTIQN. I I Carolina was found dead in,a board- who was shot by ::Mrs Anna Bradley Associated Press. Mm....under arrest AssoclatedPress. -- >
Exports and Imports.In II his'physician., to be gradually Hazelburst Dec. iL-Mrs. Angie Dee11.Fifteen -1
ing house Wlnthrop Beach to-day is said by of San Francisco
ra\ersing the island even I '' and his death is expected ,Birdsong was todayfound guilty HAD 5
death being caused by asphyxiation. sinking Dr. Thomas KING CARLOS citizens to-day completed a corporation
the most cursory''survey leaves the By Associated Press. j I He was.sixty years old and had resided during the night manslaughter for killing 'WIth five millions capital for the '
with recommendation
Bolder struck with the evident Guthrie, Okla. Butler in November 1905 A NARROW ESCAPEE I commemoration of 4 o'
Dec.' 11.-The committee in Winthrop for several years. of the court ,great exposition In
rapId growth in the culture both of the of the constitutional conven- Mr. Moses had a varied career and TEAMS ARE EVEN minimum penalty
Jdr cane and tobacco. The fruit In- tion to-day had a heated discussion although he was once wealthy is understood BICYCLE RACE] dollars.Senator :McLaurin > Associated Press. discovery of the Pacific Balboa :, "
IN hundred
en-:try is also growing. ,Last year while considering the multitude of petitions to have died comparativelypoor. her uncle, will make a motion for anew Lisbon Dec. 11.-In the course of a HERE : i p'.'
*a! the most prosperous year that from different religious bodies He was governor cf Soum Carolina Associated Prest. wild boar hunt yesterday a very large NEGRO GIRL BROUGHT t
the island has ever known before or and atheists over the question as to in 1872.fiELD'D.Y. New York.By Dee- ll.-At eleven i trlal'tomorrow.. and powerful board charged King Carlos WOUNDED- IN THE ANKLE .. t .

fjtf! the American occupation. The whether the Supreme Being should be o'clock tonight In the six day bicycle i His majesty was thrown., but not mulatto girl appaie&tly "' t t
**;:' of exports and imrwrts of the designated as the "Supreme Ruler of all teams were even except Wal- BEACH MANBURNE&sTO hurt His horse, however was killed Annie Jackson, a of ; -

a}H1< was forty-five millions of dolt the Universe" or "God Almighty" as FOR race tnour'and Bedell, who are one lap be- PALM I.by the animal. The boar men charged about eighteen,from years Milllgan age yesterday 4- -
be In the members of the 'as brought here
adopted other hunting
t as aeainst eighteen millions in may constitution. I I hind. The record for the forty-seven party for treatment She Is
""1 This and four laps. .and inflicted wounds upon the Marquis morning
Is the lartrest In the island'swstory hours Is 946 miles CRISP from a wound above the -
HOUSE ORATORY de Cerra Count Molina and several suffering r
PrIor to the American occu- ankle caused by a WIncb 3ter
others. right
JlIt/n the greatest trade for anyone FIRST MARKETING KELLY. ON STAND rife bullet passing through the leg. -
)Ivar *as that of 1896 when It reached IN SHEA CASE By Associated Prest BIG CYPRESS The girl stated that she was shot by -
text!r By Associated Press. Beach Dec. 11.-Oscar ,
twenty.thre-e millions of dol-- West Palni II Louis Knight, colored near Milllgan\ 3
r Last :year therefore there was OF AMERICAN, TEABy Washington Dec. 11.Todaywas By Associated Press.CicagO Briggs brother of''the proprietor of MILL BURNED Saturday afternoon and that Knight e
in the house
the trade that there was in the field day bill oratory. Dec. 11.-Michael KellY. the Briggs botel fell In an epileptic .. Is now under arrest t 5,
The appropriation afforded wide lamp
.est a
prosperous year under the Span- In the trial ()f President fit this morning. overturning By Associated Press. She said that Knight after beating
for debate testifying the
a' field general covering a In
fire to a
retme.; There tons that during the and setting locked her In 11 -
210,273 said her finally
CI' was AssoclatedFress. wide range of subjects from a diserta- Sheai to-day hotel. When discovered GainesvIlle Fla, Dec. H.-John P. and choking
1e sugar "''xportf>d last Tearof the i iof Charleston, Dec.11.For the 'first tion on Alfred Nobel founder of the teamsters strike Shea asked him it he rear was of burned to a .cnsp from his I I Lynch's sawmill at Fairbanks burned a room and I
Cr0. $141R8yi9: 3555.163 of to- time in history the marketingof Nobel prize to praising members of I be knew ho could handle dynamite. and died ft:short time to-day with four hundred 'thousandfeet foot said he '

,'I the and 28290322 oounds of coffeeTvlue American grown tea began here congress and also including a discussion j He also said knives were distributedto to hips Briggs up was fifty frs old and of cypress lumber. The loss Is hit the member wound.'i
instructions use later'l
a..elj' what of $3.481.102. .Unfortnn- today. The season's crop of twelve of simplified spelling. No action! the pickets harness with and on negroes 'Who a ,widow In Chicas-. The fire I thirty thousand dollars' partly in the bullet,
used to be Porto Rico'sIContlnued thousand pounds was offered to buyers toward closing the debate on the appropriation them on of union drivers. easily.extinguished;with,-small Insured. Inflicting a bad

Seventh Pig.j .) here. bill was taken:, I If had taken the places .

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DYSENTERY 'CURED\ AT 88 character:* But ne cornea here with'apiece s
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not at ponrt11l corporations but at

...... '.' ,-, \ defenseless .laboring men. The American .
Mr. Silas IMuiteB celebrated congred 1a:lts decision betweenthe ; WmJOHNSONflSONTHE
who large and powerful shipping interests -

: Y: his 88th ''birthday on interests of this should country hesitate and the beforeIt laboring

April 9th, last, and who has passes this,bilL" BIG 3TOREPalafdx
Sparkman of the First '
e : : <:: been one of the most'highly respected I Congressman Sparkman of the First -

Florida district, was one of the clog and Intendenc.tr..f. .
and best known mer- .
and his ]
Ing speakers In the debate .. : g
.';, : ;:.. .::.: .. chants for(>> the past 60 years in speech was, a very foresail one. He '
discussed in detail the question of corn'pulsory ,
: Millbury, Mass.,.thanks Duffy : pilotage and showed why the ( : ,5
bill should not become a law at this After the first of the will back
Pure Malt Whiskey. for his time. The following are excerpts year we move to

and from _his speech: I
youth vigor "I had supposed it would not be I II
out old stand All 'be soldat
;j A friend of.Mr. Dunton's.sayshe necessary for anyone at this late day remaining goods must sict
: to stand upon; this floor and urge the
looks so well that he is easily importance to commerce of the pilot iii :
'v systems of the south or anywhereelse greatly reduced prices so as to make room for II

goodxfor twenty years more. In the country.. .

t Y : :>f< .: ..Mr., Dunton visits his storeI I i notwithstanding"Gentlemen you the ought various to know ports that. our Immense. Stock of Goods that will -begin- Jto': i
throughout the country have been. : I
: almost "
g every day Last sum- maRY of them, very greatly improved .- :

/ he had by deepening and widening their i
: :: : : mer a severe attack of channels, yet part passu with the improvement arrive.
the vessels i::
a .dysenterYwhichwascompletely ot those harbors :=
entering them have also been In-

.<;::::.. cured by Dufiy's Pure Malts creased in tonnage and draft rendering 1 See Big Display of Shirt Waists in Window at $1.00
the difficulties of navigation so : ,
\ ..., 'Whiskey."I ,
far as these larger vessels are concerned =

4 :%:': t :- am using Duffy's Pure' Malt Whiskey, provements, as greatas were made before so that the there-im- :: Special' Values in Men's; Ladies' and Children's', Shoes. I 3SS
h: ;": and think it very valuable as a medicine. Last is as great necessity for pilots In the
: :xr. July I ms taken sick with dysentery, and the navigation of those harbors as at any E
'. )55 : _:) : doctor almost .HS -
thought ease was time in their commercial history.
>"' k,-' A good doctor and my a' very good nurse hopeless.worked "Why was the law changed so far mIIIIUUllwmm:;:;; ;;:: ; ::;;;;:;:mmmllitmimiiiii ii: i!i!U: i Ii liliilHIiWI 1m III!I:! !!! mnu I:f!I:I::;; ;:;':: ;; isfi
> 3 ''; : u> over me night and day for four or five months, as steamboats were concerned, as it .
giving me alt sorts of medicines. Finally I in-/ was In 18711 .The reason was that -
-' ; sifted on two or three spoonfuls of Duffy the steamboat does not need the use
: Pure Malt Whiskey a day and JjJo believe it of A.'pilot as much asa sailing vessel AMUSEMENTS '
f : was the medicine that cured me. For a man Another reason was that it costs more' f.t FOOT BALL
of II .jean I ant very-wcll."-$2as&: Dunton.Mfflbury to run and operate steamboat seven
MR. 4ILAJ DUNTON, 68 YEARS OLD Mass. MaylSth, .06.Duffy's or eight times as much than' it does I

: giving If' r
: f' "Sweet Sixteen" To-Night
i( Pure Malt Whiskey ing vessel 4i great'advantage of''the I Tonight John B. Wills's Musical Palmetto BeachSATURDAY
steamboat and the idea no doubt was
Comedy Company win hold the boards
to place them more nearly upon an '
Is an absolutely pure, gentle and invigorating ctimi but and tonic builds up the nerve tissue, tones up the heart,'giy power to the equality by. exempyng coastwise at the opera house, .presenting the"
brain, strength and elasticity to the muscles: and richness to the blood. It brings into action all the vital forces, it make direction. steam vessels from compulsory pilot musical extravaganza "Sweet Sixteen. DEC. 15
perfect and enables you to get from the food you eat the nourishment it contains.: It is invaluable for overworked men, delicate age. No one, perhaps dreamed that The Mobile Register speaking of the ,
women and sickly children.: It strengthens the'syttem, Is a promotor of good health and longevity, makes the old young and keeps the passage of that law would discriminate performance in that city recently said
the young strong. Dusty Pure Malt Whiskey contains no fusel),oil and is the only whiskey that Is recognized as a medicine. against sail vessels, and in my In part: '
This is a guarantee. judgment,there w as none nor Is there "Sweet Sixteen was the bill at tha UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA, MEDICAL COLLEGE

Sold ** ?" druggists nd grocers or direct,In seated bottles only,never ia bulk. Pride$1. Insist the genaUe see that tile any now. opera house last night and if applauseis
"CM Chemist trademark Is..th.label. Bewsr..1 relined bottles mad *prios, halt whiskey Mbetrtate ffered for sale by earell I "Now, Mr. Speaker: remark was to be taken as any criterion it must VERSUS
fhff.lfrM, : .They arc paiUvely hamtal sad will mot cars. MedIcal booklet and dwtor' advice free. Dolly Malt Whiskey- ; es.. made.bysome gentleman a while ago be said It more than pleased the large
about exhorbitanT- in a few audience present The -relephone"song .
N. GOLDRING, Distributer. individual instances. L also, either as sang by Miss LIly Adams a PENSACOLA FOOT BALL TEAM
I heard or "saw the statement' in, the ,winsome little lass was very pleasing
testimony taken at the. hearings. on as was also the novelty. dancers the
have waited'upon.them all to abolish I this bill that $140 was charged one Durands. Joa. Leslie as Hannibal Game Called on Arrival of 3 O'clock Car.
6 LORiIiLicAT1ON ON compulsory pilotage when their foreign vessel for pilotage, and that after paying Cartwright opt the audience roaring
commerce justified It They waited that charge and other charges it with laughter and Chas. Brewer as ADMISSION '50' Cents.
I upon North Carolina until such timeas had only some $300 left to distribute Joaquin Jawsmith was amusing.
ANTi- their foreign commerce justifiedit among the Owners. Butwhen I "The character work of Margaret
THE; llOT AGE BILL When ours reaches that point we j looked further I found that the other Muller was clever. In fact the whole
are ready to join hands with the gentleman charges in addition to the pilot charges company of principles were In a
from Maine in repealing compulsory amounted to $1,700. And yet the gen- class of their own and' gave Mobile
"I pilotage." tleman testifying, the owner of the a good wholesome clean performanceof FOOT BALL
is constantly ,changing on vessel 'seemed to think his whole '
A.11 Three Representatives account ot the shifting sands. They Congressman Lamar.,. a real' musical comedy. _
trouble came 1 from the pilot charges
are not like the ports of rock-ribbed Mr. Lamar, of the third district was By special Arrangement the local
Teok Active Part in Defeating New England that remain the same the second-'Florida congressman to of about.$140, as,!.now discrimination remember.: managers of the theatre hare made
"So far. the focal
: all the time, and it is absolutely essential enter his protest against the measure concerned as,,the, laws of the statesfix the prices for this engagement.25, 35, Barton, Academy of Mobile
Measure. that pilots thoroughly familiar Among other things he said: f the tilot- charges, either directlyby (0 and 75 cents. ,
with the channel should be on handto "I remember that the vs.
upon attempt Ion saying what they shall be, as la PILES CURED IN a TO 14 DAYS.
guide these vessels safely into and the part of this house to regulate Florida ,for Instance, or indirectly PAZO OINTMENT U guaranteea to
out of our ports. It is necessary in railway extortionate and discriminatory through boards of pilot commissioners care any case of Itching' Blind, Bleeding Pensacola Classical
CONGRESSMEN LAMAR, CLARK the interest of human life it is necessary -l I rates the gentleman from Maine authorized by state.laws to do that or money Protruding refunded.: PUea 60c.in 6 to 14 days, or School

AKD' SPARKMAN ALL TOOK A in the interest of the preserva- I (Mr. Littlefield) was not so .zealous i very thing; and., sir, I know of no
tion of property. in behalf of that bill as he is here in *state 'law nor has-any, been pointed Send in 'yourorders Friday December 14 1906.
? SHOT AT LITTLEFIELD'S BILL! I "This pilotage system as we have it, protesting againstan alleged Injustice -' out which makes or authorizes such now ,
l AND ASSISTED 13 a great aid to us in matters of I done to American, shipping by discriminations. If,' therefore, there for.extra,copies' of The Jour '
MATERIALLY IN quarantine. The pilot Is always out- pilots of my state or of any other has been any discrimination it has nal's 'big Christmas Edition Palmetto Beach Admission 50 cents
1 side. He is the first man who comes I
KILLING IT WHEN IT COME TO I state. been made by Individual pilots here
I. into contact with a vessel seeking entrance "The bill Is unjustfrom .the simple 1 and there; and to say that this pilot and they will be set aside :
VOTE. into our ports. If there be I fact that it destroys at one fell swoop system which a gentleman now on
!', any disease on board he discovers the as !t were, the'property rights grownup the other side in a former congress for you.
i The debate in-the-lower branch of fact port. oefore He discovers the vessels and reports enters that our under of this the system American with people.the approbation It should stated be was destroyed, ,the finest because..In the, forsooth world )::E? :mRA. C>T.TSE] !

(r. congress last week on the bill to pro- fact and it is valuable to the quaran- has been said.by the supreme courtof some individual hasviolated the laws 'a l1aeQ"Owa" _. .
I" bibit compulsory pilotage in southern tine system. the United States that,the servicesof of his state Is 'folly. As well mightwe Nearly all the giddy youth of the
!I puns was a spirited one and brought "The overwhelming sentiment of :a pilot is as necessary,to the vesselas condemn the whole penal code be- lI neighborhood attended the charity
I to the defense of the measure some the people of, my state is in opposition are the services of the captain and cause a few evil-minded persons now bazaar;.and one by one they drifted to
or the ablest men of that body. to this bilL I there is no de- "
say That has been the sentiment
the -
crew. and then should violate some of Its .
i a ,where
stall a tiny shapely scented
The entire Florida delegation in the mand there for It The only demandromes' of the American people, and to provisions. Wednesday December J 2th.Wills'
s.. house got a shot at It and did much from the shipowner of Maine. destroy it at one blow 'as'ltwere., "1 wish to refer to one other matter. gray kid glove reposed on a satin .
Y to help carry it down to defeat The only demand comes from him. and without notice, Is unjust.: The men Something' was said about the statesof cushion. Attached to the cuahlon'wU
; Frank Clark of the second district only to Safe a"few dollars, regardlessof who will suffer if this bill is passedare Georgia and Virginia having license a notice written in a delicate'femln1J&e
,"T a was the first to open fire on the the danger to human life, regard- the laboring people of the p>untry. laws. It ill becomes the gentle hand, which ran, "The owner of this
measure. During the. course of his less of the danger: ; in the destructionof I have no disposition to twit the distinguished men who favor this bill to charge that glove" will, at 7:30 this evening be
;: remarks he said: I Ii property and regardless of the gentleman from Maine up against the opponents of the measure pleased to kiss any person who pur- Musical Comedy Co.
i, "This bill has been presented at almost -i rights of labor In this country I (Mr. Littlefield.) He Is just out of atilt because it was done In the Interest chases a sixpenny ticket beforehand"
a every congress for possibly I Mr. Clark was interrupted by Mr. I with the American,;Federation of .of the..shipping of those port The .
thirty or forty years and the congress Humphrey of Washington who stated ;.Labor. He is "still In the rinK andI legislaturesr: of those states Mid to Tickets were purchased bthe score
.", has never seen fit yet to take from the I that evidence had been introduced before shall not even suggest that he came the shipowners: ""You think you can and at 720 a long row of sheepish;; not

4 States the control of this subject the committee which showed that out of that tilt "a littte disfigured;" occasionally piled your vessels Into 'to say,dogfish, young bloods were assembled ., ', PresentingSWEET .
"If this bill should pass it would ab- the pilot at Norfolk never left the but this bill comes upon the meeting the ports.of thisstate; and that you outside,tbe stall ....
<' solutely destroy the pilotage system shore but sat in his office and collec- of this congress early swift upon Its may not'at-all times need a state pilot Then, punctual to the moment old -- .-
of the state of Florida. A bill to re- ted pilotage and that there had not convening and the gentleman, is just Very welt Bat if you are to have a Tom Person the local pork butcher.
peal compulsory pilotage has been repeatedly been a pilot on a sailing vessel in out of serious condition with.laboring pilot ready when ,you do need him, who
I introduced In the Florida leg that,port In eighteen years. To this men, not only,In his district, but 'he must;be paid in some way\ So il weighs twenty; stone and Is almost SIXTEEN
slature and it has '' as beautiful asa side of bacon, !
failed' of passage Mr. Clark replied: all over the country. you will day) a certain amount toward
every time because! our people recognize "I presume the gentleman who rep- "The gentleman from> .Maine, I repeat keeping up.the system, we will permit stepped to the front of the mIL
L that the commerce' from foreign resents the Norfolk district can take .' was more solicitous from my your vessel come in without;paying "Now, young gents" he said In his
nations coming to our ports is so exceedingly care of that. I am speaking solely understanding his words upon the for a pilot. ,except when., you, avail best "buybuy, buy" tones, "this 'ere
1 t small that it could not pos- for my own constituency and I know railroad rate bill to preserve those yourself of his services." But this glove belongs to'me.. I bought it this .
.i tlbly maintain an efficient pilotage that at the port of Jacksonville and powerful discriminatory corporations bill does nothing.of that hind and 'if morning. Now I'm ready for you.
!i' system in any of those ports. The Pensacola and other Florida ports from regulation by, law, than he was to you pass this measure, I want(to,say Come on. Don't be bashful. One at atimer'
6: channel In southern ports particularly there Is a body of pilots inferior to enforce upon them the remedial statutes to you that when the stormcomes. Pretty girls catchy tuneful: music
=} none in all this country. and true to that this congress finally stood and shIps'are, in: peril the pilot will songs, .
t -- -- their trust 'They do not sit in carpeted for. The success 'or his efforts on not be there to/ serve them. But nobody. frame on.-London Telegraph funny comedians all
r I I offices and draw a salary, but new specialties.
rr No Appetite in sunshine and in storm the Florida
pilot is outside of the bar seeking Bard Water.' A beautiful
only to assure to property and life a A farm woman in Pennsylvania once story, wholesome and sweet.
f f. Means loss of vitality, vigor safe guidance Into the port; and I say said to me "I never hear any one 8tnz'The'

r or tone, and is often a precursor that to the so gentleman far as our own again pilots that are I know con No OperationMrs. Old" Oaken Bucket' without a A sunburst of musical comedy. Funniest
shudder. For fifteen years she had
: and the
t. of side- cerned-the Pensacola pilot
prostrating Jacksonville pilot and the other Florida done the cooking. and washing for: a musical farce comedy ever written.
F ueSS. This is why it is I rllots-they know more about our family of six with no other water supply

,: serious. The best thing own ports In a minute than the pilots thB.u.what she had hauled out ota I
of these Maine schooners will Malinda\ Akers of Basham Va writes: well I
1 en one nearly thirty feet deep by means
;4 you can do is to take the I,1.nonbo t those ports In forty years, i _
"I 1'( had what doctors call 'prolapse, and couldn't of bucket Baths In winter were almost ,

great alterative and tonic I tl because they Littlefield stay; out Butt there.In. stand straight. I had pain in my back and the out of the question, and, even in Special Prices-25c 35c 50c and 75c
summer ,
they were regarded
: an ,
Mr. Llttlefleld, the author of the bill. shoulders and
[ Hood'sSarsaparillaWhich was irregular and profuse. ;
< Interrupted the Florida congressman.. very occasion of more than ordinary importance Seats now on sale at Coe's book
has cured 'land said: Doctors said 'an operation was needed, but I for which preparations bad to store.Uigh' *
thousands. -
L I{r "It appeared before, the committee couldn't bear the thought of the knife. After tak- be made hours ahead of the great
., that acts of injustice and discrimina- event A cubic foot of water
and continuous ing three bottles of Wine of Cardui I could walk weighs
k't I Ition I were repeated sixty-two and a half pounds, and In

,.:..... 'I more and that discrimination as a matter of than fact there there was was'regular around. Can now do my housework and am in all these years the number' of tons Grade
this American -
I=. treatment. Now why not splendid health.: 'woman had lifted had made poet
Christmas Linens ,join with us In wiping out the system leal allusions to "iron bound" and
.that renders that kind of conduct possible Cardui is a pure vegetable, medicinal essence "moss, covered" buckets a good deal Portland C em en'i,3 :

:. laundered ?", especially adapted to cure women's diseases. It like saying "rope" to a man about to
replied "If the gentleman be
Mr. Clark hanged.-Farming. HARD
II wants to wipe out systems that relieves excessive periodical pains, regulates DOUBLE FLINT COATED KEYSTONE LIME. ACME
t the FELT 1.2 '
objectionable, where Injustice
are Is irregularities, 'and, is a .lobMa oa Aet.... AND 3-PLY, FIRE: ,6RICK, etc a'
>.. dinner you want the I I I creeps in and wrong triumphant Although he wrote Bee to state that we are now In shape to deliveries ll ton
I I then why does not the gentleman join ,safe, pleasant and remz: ADVICE plays Johnson make
.r table linen snowy white. I([twith me to adjust the inequalities dtI liable remedy for all Write M .a tater describing .I1your claimed not to be fond of players. our Parthenon. Brand. of.
Yours I the Dmgley bill?" This sharp retort symptoms."ai we will f4 you When Bosweli suggested that we might
will be if .
right I I sick I In .!, tccJc envelope. Pure"White i
{brought forth _a round ot applause women. sucAJ4ress: Ladies'AJvHory pUin pepanweat. respect a great actor Johnson cried: Portland Cement.guarantt'ed .
4 done byThe I"f I I from the democratic side of the cham cessful use for 70 TI+tUalunoogaMeditt++eCoCMua- "What, air, a fellow who claps a bump to
ber. Mr. Clark concluded his 'speech over lawaa, Teas.. on.his hack pass the specifications of the fritted States
it. ,and ta bump on his legs Army Engineer. Ainerlean So l.tr of Civil Engineer, ete.
t as follows: Try .
Star SteamLaundry years. and cries 1 Architect Contractors and
I : am Richard HIT Nay Manufacturers win
1 say to the gentleman from Maine sir ballad please rememberthe variety of h that can
Plat I am ready to do my part in aiding ; a. auger .la a higher man." be secured I from the use of Pure Khhit Portland Cement
in ,
At Store
r Every Drug $1.00 .Bottles..WINE No doubt Immediate 44Uv. .
him to wipe out any Inequality ". Boswell bad Garrtck In mind rU lor carload and' small Iota made
!that may exist, but I am not ,willing when, after tearuc Johnson saT that also from direct our stocks trom.mill.at Montgomery. Pensacola Blrcttngham and

37 E. Garden St Phone 114 I to destroy a system that has done I be looked on player u no better than Tour collect telegram will ret our price pn maa lot ati
: BO much for us and promises so much 4.r I dancing..dogs, he timidly suggested as well as carload Iota.; I
fIt' for us In the* future, T&is"congress "But, sir, yon win allow that
; Fla. ought not to treat us differently from CABDUI some Carolina Portland
players are better than others. Cement Co., 1r4 ..e
In which they have treated .
f the way OF afr.lOme: I
ft the other states of the Union. They others. dogs dance better than MUmirta C:...

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1I I 1 I ... or... COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, ExtraQ rdlnary.Hat'i S'al
\ -1MMVIMM/1y
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As .Board Is At Present Con: .

stituted Was ,Held .. ".-

i I ....by.Purchasing... Last Night. '
.1' '
: At o'clock
\ / ; :. Thursday Morning:

a ;.. .

Suit I CONFER MATTERS WITH AND 'DECIDED SANTA ROSA TO RECORD I ,.' :. 600 Ladies' :Ready-to-Wear Hats worth ,from $1 J to $2.50 each.V :.; ,

,I COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ON : '. -- ;: By a fortunate purchase, from a manufacturer. who was anxious '.. "

JOINTLY BUILDING A BRIDGE. I to: unload the balance of his stock of .
: Ready-to-Wear Hats we are: in : ;: { E ,
Monday Was the Warmest
.or. .
.. .
I The Board of County Commissioners a position to offer the choice of entire, lot at 49c each --' -.7" '- ;
of Escamnia county as composedat Day Occurring In December l ,

i present held Its last regular ses- i "!?: See our special display of Bargain Holiday Offerings arJOc '19c Jc' f-
I Overcoat I fsion I In the court house last night in 27 Years. : ; ..

ii with Chairman Avery. and Commissioners i i 25c 49c and 98c. ,: .. ._,:, 4 .
i r Sennott Stuart Wiggins and iI f I;. ,. :. : ,

!I Andrews present Clerk McMillan and Another record was established as : A sale of Men's Suit Cases and Leather much uhdeV. :
and numberof Bags ::
for yourself or your son brotheror Attorney a large to weather conditions this season]j ; :: 4' .
:,! father. Here you will find an spectators were also in attendance. when the maximum temperature ati I .

(II If I and almost patterns endless In variety garment of fabrics of the The first business to claim the at the local weather bureau registered j value, your choice of 40 styles at special prices. '
tentlon of the board after the readingof
!! latest vogue tailored in true custom 77 degrees on Monday. This j >
tailor fashion. the minutes of previous meetings. highest temperature occurring during' .
: Bargains in Suits Coats and Skirts.. Bargains in Silks and'
: was the following petition from citizens the month of December In the history j :
I, of Bohemia In regard to the con- of the local weather office which covers _' t
struction of a new road from Pensa a period of 27 years. The aver Dress Goods. Come to the BUSY STORE for bargains inevery I. .

cola east along the bay shore: age maximum temperature for De-

I Bohemia, Fla... ,Nov. 22 1906. cember is 62 degrees.TE'mperatures thing. 'I : -
"Board of County Commissioners Es- : have been exceptionally ,,> -:
J: cambia county Florida., high all during the latter portionof i
"Gentlemen-We; the undersigned November and first of this month

IJ residents of Escambia county believ- but another record to' those already
ing that it is to he interest of established this season was added
most people concerned. do petition when It registered 77 degrees on De-

, your honorable body that In constructing cember 10. T. H. Lannon & Co.
I the new road contemplated from Temperatures Yesterday.The I

II I 3: Pensacola east.that you consider con- maximum temperature recorded -!
strutting same as near the bay shoreas yesterday was 64 degrees at 9:50)) (fit
I practicable- after crossing Bayou a. m, a fall of thirteen degrees from
!, Texar to'a point near Bohemia; thenceto I the day previous wHilt' the minimum
a point near Gull Point and from I I was 59 degrees at 5:30 a. m.. Last ,
1 4 thence to Escambia thus making a year on the same'date the maximumwas ... r -..."" .
-- --- --- -- -
,i : road along the bay front fora, large '54 degrees and the minimum 31 "
4 part of the distance covered and accommodating degrees. MANY MATTERS CONSIDEREDBY

more citizens of the ,
: countv than would be accommodatedby H. G. DcSILVA & COMPANY

any other route from,a road running ,
east from Pensacola, and your MILLIGAN. i BOARD OF SAFETY :

petitioners bee that you. give this yourconsIderation. '
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After the petition was read F. E. i 1 Building Material I"
I Special to The JournaLMilligan .

(( r! ar Mariner and manager Turpnetine of the Company PensacolaTar addressed Dec. 11.-A negro named 'McKINNONyiLLE.: Can See No Reason Why the L .shingles and Slate for Roofing ,

the board In'favor of the

) Quested proposition in the to extend petition.the He'road was as fol-re- the Louis ankle Knight Saturday shot a negro evening woman with in a Stand Pipe Should Be t I Patent Plaster, Store Fittings, j

r\ lowed by J. E. Stillman after which Winchester rifle at the negro quartersIn Removed.ASKS .
Commissioner "' gins moved that the west end '<)f town. In a few / Everything 'House Building.
1 1I minutes he was under arrest A preliminary Special to The:JournaL
JI the road be granted reQuested. '
trial was ueld and he was and Repairs. ; ,
Sack Suits for Men $10 to $35 Chairman Avery called attention to bound over under $1,000 bond whichhe ,McKlnnonville Dee II.Miss Mary
In every new style of single and I the fact that the board had made a failed to make and was committedto Barlow and Mr.. Ira Lisco, both of this
double breasted cut. ) ruling to the effect that when a new. jaiL Dr. Baggett was called and place, were quietly married at the MAKING IT UNLAWFULFOR ,.'
Overcoats for Men $750 to roadroad was to be opened by the. found amputation above the ankle of home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Julia :
$2.50. Every one a model of correct ,
county the petitioners asking for the: KEEPER OF SALOON TO
the The HILL 1
fashion and a standard of woman necessary. negro r
Barlow, Sunday at 11 a. m., Mr.. W. ffISAMPLES
quality and artistic workmanship. should secure rights of way and i contributed to the expense of carrying LAUREL FREE
! Store open at night until Xmas. } that these must be secured before the her to Pensacola for the operation B Hubbard officiating:: Only relatives ALLOW A MINOR TO ENTER THE

board, could act A motion :was then to be performed. and a few friends, here ''present to PLACE OFFICER NEEL DIS- \: : : : : :
.STANDARD CLOTHING rOe made that three commissioners be appointed I I Mr. Frank Sorre engineer on the wish them a safe"and pleasant voyage I 'f

! \J... to secure the rieht of way for log train, has moved his family here on'the matrimonial sea. In: the 'afternoon MISSED.A Special to The Journal! >!
I the road and resort at the next meeting and is living in a cottage near the
. : 0 of the board. Commissioner Wiz depot the happy'couple.' left for Pine- Laurel Hill Dec. 11e were favored -

sins asked, that J. S., Walton, J. E.j(I ''Mr. and Mrs. E. :M Sesspms andJ. ville, to visit the, bride's mother, Mr. : lengthy special session of the with a fine rain early yesterday :
Stillman and W. A. TIppin be appointed McLauchlln visited )!.orals last B. T. Barlow. morning. FOR THE LADIESTHE : .1,1$
TURTON & BELL I I Board of Public Safety was held last The many who have been In attendance
which 1.
done. Thursday.Mr.
Mr. A. of this,
PHOTOGRAPHERS A. Fleming place '
Kodak' 5upples.: Hnisiitnj SINCE tar 1873.Amiteari.: Bobe Asks for Back Pay. Kelly Sessoms,,of Bonifay, is : night,. when many matters! of ,importance at the United States court have f
and Mr. Alex. McKlnnon, of Moscogee,
I Chas. P. Bobe constable for the visiting his brother here tlus week. were.acted :upon, Chairman In- about all returned.
second district of Escambia county I Mr. J. A. Hart who has been suffering made a business trip to Selma Mon graham presided and Mayor Bliss and Mrs. Geo. W. Dunson and children Allan : i .

COTTRELL. 'addressed the board and asked that with a case of the mumps is Messrs. Oliver, McGaughey' and White of Andalusia, are visitors in Laurel Crabapple t
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. able to be out again. day.Mr. Hill the guests of Mrs. W. F. Martin '
they to him the
pay amounts,he had Denton, of Baldwin county, 1't
Pensacola. Flav. I Mr. A. L. Graves gave the young were present Mrs. Dunson's mother.J. )
earned as constable but which were I Ala., was in McKinnonville Sunday.Mr. .
. held by the board in settlement of the people an entertainment at his residence Jones of Alabama, ,was a visItor I Much routine business was disposedof M. Martin sold a house and lot to is the very essence of swee\ ; .t'1 "

alleged shortage which the state au- last evening. All who'attended here Sunday. .x and then the petition from a large J. H. Givens. perfume, is softer than velvet L:} '" f t
R. K. WHITE ditor had certified he ,was due the reported a delightful time. urwa'rd"ohns01J" number of citizens requesting that the Our school seems to be a problem.
'.'cltmzktr."anufacturing'c.elr.llld Graduate county prior to his I The little saw mill just across the Masters : and Willie I Nearly one hundred and fifty students ,, and has a rich, full odor '.:t. :'
suspension.The Evans went Molino Saturday.Miss Pensacola Water be
to Company compelled *
(Iticun.30\ S. Palates Street .river owned by Hinote' & Garrett is school several hundred dollars ,
Pensacoli. FIs. I out of ,
attorney to the _board was Sallle McKinnon returned to remove the 'stand pipe on and flowery sweetness thai( i J..
i running regularly. have been appropriated for the
called after into the the room had at been this Junctureand : Game seems to be plentiful and the Tuesday from" a; pleasant visit to Pen-' North Hill owing to the fact that it is building and yet no school. Some pleases. : I ;_ '1 I
case stated tot.I eacola.
hunters are enjoying their sport. I in a dangerous condition was read. is responsible. t
Tersely Told him sider asked the the matter board before for time to con I|i Dr. Baggett is ,moving to-day into Mr. J., D. Forrester, of St Andrews I This petition had been before the D. F. Flnlay. a member of the local Another. famous creatio" t. j t' ..ty !
the new office which he has Just com Bay spent Wednesday night of last 1 school board has resigned and J. H. b Allan IS f d. .f .
his opinion. H* stated however that pleted. week with ,Mr. A. D. McKInnon. I I board, upon a previous occasion and recommended for his .
has been .
Veptnne Buckner formerly of this there was a difference. In the' case I i 'A he citizens have come togetherin Dr.,, McCall of Beulah passed 'was referred to the coun lL At Its Givens .t.1!
city. but now residing in Asheville of the torn'er Justice of the'I Thursday week place. ; ;
the way of contributing for the services through here of last last meeting that body referred the In
of Lockhart Janice
Bud Gordan was Beauty"
is C., is In the city for the holidays peace and Sir.:: Bobe's that the;i ilatter's of a special deputy sheriff to be en route to Enon. I ,
back for recommendation.The
Mr petition a town yesterday.
Buckner prepares advertising duties were not the holidays, as I .
copy for a number of the local merchants ary and that when he discretlon-I! ]]on duty here during lawbreakers. board decided that the standpipe j Mrs. Doctor, Baggett of Oak Grove E
a precaution
against n
and his work along this line a paper to ''serve it was his duty toj a is in a safe condition and could spent yesterday In town.i Powder'
is of a bigh class.A. serve it. He said the, contpntinn ofi j( see no cause for--Its removaL Thiswill i Bud Gaskin was among the many In 1

A. Ericsen of Selma one of the Mr. Bobe's lawyers that he (Mr. Bobe) suggestion met with' the approval of WeaktingsNEED be' the report of'the body to, the town yesterday.Fountain Is il
Rick -
: having some repairs
had not defrauded thp the board'and the clerk"was< instruct .
promoters of the new street railway county by servo A delicate fragrant fac\ \
arrived In the city yesterday and will ine: the paws but that he was only ed to write the clerk or Santa Rosa council made to his dwelling i
doing what him to have Selling/ Liquor to Minors. Rev. D. C. Allen of Paxton willpieach with 's : l'
probably be present at the regular ; be WAIII commanded to do county and request a powder staying quali J
meeting of the city council to-night had some merit in It and that he would special meeting of the county commIs- Another matter which cane: from Sunday at the Baptist church next Its use beautifies the rl..Ities. 1, "
then the ordinance granting' that look throushly: into the matter and sioners of tnat county called in tne the council was the sale of Intoxa
tfmpany the right of way to build report at the next meeting- near future wnen roe entire board cants to minors and this was discussed Christmas. turkeys.are in great d<*--face; the.neck and arms. It : -i. jo

tacks on;certain streets, is to be reconsidered Ferry Case Aoaln. from this county will go to Milton at some length resulting in a mard.We is the powder of perfect J f a
are glad to note that Mrs. John pure f
The question of erantinsr a charter and discuss the matter. with them. I resolution recommending the enact '
Time will be np to-morrow. This for a ferry across the Eocambia river Road and Bridge Fund Short. ment of an ordinance making it unlawful Givens friends is are much hopeful better of and a speedy her many re ity and is superior to all oth ,4'

means that unless you have your ad- pear McDavid was brought hpforo the Chairman Avery called the attentionof I for the keeper of a saloon or c ers. 50c the box. r : ij
vertising copy for The Journal's big hoard bv Mr. Bnnifay who stated thathe the board to the fact that the road i billiard or pool room attached to a R.verr.J. Hart Is having material 5
Christmas Edition in by to-morrow understood!; the. board was thinking and bridge fund of the county was i saloon to suffer a minor to enter the placed on the'ground for a nice dwell Samples of these delightful I 1 .
night you will probably be left out It Is of building a bride Ulw>re sad that ff short over a thousand dollars and same; for the keeper of a saloon or !! goods at our store free, 1
strictly up to you Mr. Businessman this was the" CPS he would not rush; stated that while he was in favor of bar to sell any malt or spiritous ing.J.
BO do not blame anyone but yourself the nmtrer of the srantine of a charter spending every cent of money available liquors'to a minor; for a, minor to .a H.much Givens larger is also placing residence materialfor than Demonstration now going l' t i f i tI t-:

If your ad does not appear among the :Mr. JoJncaon. who runs the T>ro- on the roads and bridges yet he visit or go Into'any billiard or pool he l
others on next Sunday mornIng. You cut ferry at this nlacA then stated did not think the board should go In 'room connected with any bar or saloon the one large and now commodious occupiesThe dwe'IInzof on. r'J 1-
trill feel small if you are left out to the board that J1p wj so Folmer will soon be completed -
the best thing to do is to get your all he' could to get tl>P brid?. und that discussion of the matter, in which where malt or spiritous liquors are Jtfr. 'I t"

copy ready Immediately. You have hp" was willing for the board to iofpr Attorney Reese was called on_ for an VTNOL sold to be drunk on the premises. I James Clary log Inspector for the llooton'sPharwacyI t "

more time to ,do it now than you will [I action until it could be decHM what opinion the board borrowed foar The Opera House. Falco :Mill Company, spent yesterdaywith 11
hare later on. was going to be *,done about the thousand dollars frpm the general tits cod'liver elements heal The condition of the opera house his family here. The Birthplace of Prompt Delircn f ; :
bridee. fund to go into the, road and bridge was then discussed and a resolutionwas I t' Mr. Francis spent yesterday with "
To avoid having poorly flavored Just; at this point' the liehts. In theelprk's fund in order to meet the present in i and strengthen lungs passed ordering the opera house his family! In Laurel Hill. PHONE 1100 4s. ( .
desserts! Blue Ribbon Lemon office! went out but the commissioners debtedness. management to provide another exit ,be .
get and Many people inherit wean lungs | The axe and maul can heard in
Vanilla.! Absolutely pure go twice as i were" not to be outdone Several bonds of county officers and which are likely to be attacked by or fire escape from the second oalcony every direction. This means more '; tl I
fur Flavor" Is and while the clerk of the court was notaries public were read and -I and also an asbestos or fire curtain
and the "Blue Ribbon I approVd consumption. So also are lungs weakened faravlnz; in this section. ; .
of Aus- SUPPLY.
rfection. Ask for the 25c size. Recnrlnsr!': ]arms the discusskm; ; was! by the commissioners. During as recommended in the report DAILY TOWEL It
: by disease or by a stubborn j Rev. Mr. Sans is erecting some nice ,
i continued Commissioner!! Avery stated this Interval Commissioner Sennott hacking cough feld & BlountThe (stables and will embark in the livery ...RUNYAN'S ROLLERS.. < .
ANOTHER NEGRO ASKS BOARDTO j that the hoard had ordered p nssnHnHfpd notified the board that his appoint-. N o matter what the cause Vinol bill of Ausfeld & Blount for business. A CLEAN TOWEL EVERY DAY ?' f
for the portsfrnctfon' of a for Escambia $125 for services rendered in Inspecting f $1.00 PER MONTH. '
/nent as jraine 'warden weak lungs and gives one M. G. RUNYAN. J
GRANT HIM A PARDON strengthens Phone 848-2 rings.
bridee to Gnat apDroxiraately fifteen county was still being held up in the the to throw off wasting dis the building and making a reportof t Tie Sane Pensacola. .iti j
thousand dollars P*<\ he hor M tM Capitol at Tallahassee and Indulged in power Its condition and also for services.later Old Watch. Florida.'c
I I WOl11.1 nro'VP a solution to the ferryiqueefIoq several humorous remarks about the eases. in making, another inspection "Hello Rommel. I hear you had .t
.Another negro convicted In this I fit that niar.A JP gAi4 he did governor and his private secretary In The reason that Vinol has Is such because was received and ordered paid and your watch stolen the other day."

county of murder has'asked the State not think it would DA, a w'Isethine' for connection with this matter, power it to contains heal and in strengthen a highly concen- the council requested tq appropriatethe Tes but the thief is'already caught J} ire

Board of Pardons to grant him a par- the county to charter' a ferry at this The bids 'for furnishing the county trated form all of the curative medi- necessary! amount. Just think the fool took It to. the pawnshop

<""u. The man Is Charles Robinson. time as It might Interfere with the poor farm with provisions for the next cinal and strength-creating elementsof Marshal Frank, who was*requestedto the night and there they immediately recognized Typewriters ;
matter of "cnrin the report the matter o !
bridge upon
month submitted as follows 'W. It as mine and "
were taken from ,detained him.
actually ,
circuit court oil
who was convicted in the cod liver driver receiving a salary 6f $40
Mr Mc'nnlOn J
"IUrested to the board L. J8183 H. Muller JS060 patrol Fliegende the below (
Moyer : ; Blatter. offer
with the useless We :
of 1900 of murder In fresh cods' livers driver receiving $60 per .
this county in that It would be a good idea for a Rosenau and Gerelds $80.30. The con- and the day .
oil eliminated and tonic. of tI '
the: third degree and sentenced toserve I I committee from the board. or the entire tract was awarded to the latter.A nauseating month recommended the increase ,$100 MAKE TYPEWRITERS CHEAP iSteam'
patrol drive.t'UO
fifteen years. 1 board. to teo over to Milton and letter was read from the war de- iron added. of what Vinol will: the salary 'of the night the same as a Visible (new) ..............71 I< t
The board considered the case and takp up tha matter of the constructionof partment in regard to repairing the .So sure are we per month, making it also that WUJam ((re-built) ............... 6M' 'eDensmore ,
do that we ask every person In Pensa that of the other driver and practically' 7J t'
then passed it for the submission, of : the bridge with the 'county com bridge over Big Bayou in ,which the cola suffering from weak lungs stub they alternate as to night and day serIvlce Obscure Ailments Smith; Premier. ( :No. 4 1' .new-------... ........ 4J.I .:,:;.
farther testimony. .missioners of Santa Rosa county.' This department stated that nothing could born hacking coughs or any wasting I under the same system as patrol- 'RemingtonAlso J'o. 2 (re-built)........ a M, :;;:: 'i
I be done at present: that the work re- adopted .
Vinol offer to recommendation was
on our "
disease to try men. are often caused by the coffee for tm days' delivery we can tIC"
quired was of such an extensive nature return money' if it falls. W. H. White and the 'council requested to appropriate New Century, Fox, Fay-fahoJe 'la4"j( 'i ;4..
the poll that it would possibly have to & Co., Draggists. the, necessary amount. habit 10 Mays use of wood or any make of typewriter. AM.' ,;4<. LAfwOYS.Rem axative -ftWY take a special appropriation from congress. .. Mounted Officer Dismissed. machines also for rent. -. 1 "
c3. "" .
""a5c FASTIDIOUS WfOMEN The board then took up the trial of i '. I l
Cores aCoidbtQissDaye< 3D1Y$ The trustees of the coojity bonds re- O&ctrft Neel who was POSTUMwill !
consider Paitine Toilet Antiseptic a Mounted
ported a balance of 11416.00. .
-'- Mr. Morrison of the Southern Construction necessity in the hygienic care of the charged with, dilating unbecoming, visiting to a saloon an- PensacolaTypewriter 1 eI J
lorm one of the life. 'person and for l local treatment of and conduct
TOUTS win always be '"d'ata ff you Company presented the feminine ills. As wash its cleansing officer. The officer pleaded not guilty clear tip many a case. !
lean Clothes send them to board the drawings and, plans for;:the germiadal, deodorizing and healing. and a large number of witnesses were I Exchange; :: :
new bridge, the board Inspected qualities are extraOt'dinarrFor. sale examined resulting In a _verdict .ofguilty "THERE'S A REASON" -

The New .etlJ Latmrfry carefully.' at Druggists, Sample free. Address j and the officer was dismissed i St. t.i
27 CoveTnent
HONE. I18S E. W. LAWRENCE., AOENTS, Pro WANTCB.*. "n VKM' Umr BMf.-. -IOHAU St on The the board 22nd;of adjourned tU month.meet,again The RTPaiton Co,Boston;Mass.a .: ,I from the service* .


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form of government ,. "s
r e 1Jenjutola mtfnal The president Indicates that the PRESS VIEWS OF i? **
time has come when it ia desirableto SS3

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citizenship upon the people of, Porto -
DA1LYs WEEKLY. SUNDAY. Against Water. E::::
Rico, and he requests that suitable
PUBLISHED EvERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY action be taken by congress to this "Uncle Joe" Cannon Is not in favorof
,; Inside water routes. His'n is not LEARN BOOKKEEPING! il ll
end. Porto Ricans, unlike the inhabitants 1
; ..BY... ; of that kind.-Atlanta Journal '
j of the Philippine..Islands, have -

i THEJOUR ALC9MPANY never been troublesome' ,and it is no Tom Platt. 1. itS

more than right, that citizenship of Senator himself Platt when says he resigned he made before.a fool .. The ,demand for Stenographers and Bookkeepers is constantly gg

FRANK L MAtES, Presidint anll.G.. .'a' Manager should be conferred upon them.' Of Some people think he has made a < > increasing.} Last .week we were called upon ,to fill
course, as the president says, it would .
not be wise for the United States government -. fool of himself -slnce.-ocala Banner. nine good positions. Our courses'are practical and terms very HHHJJJJIJ:
-_. relinquish all power in the Bill Taft. .# reasonable. ..
I island, but it can ,be done to such an Secretary Taft will have to stayIn n fcrtsSSH
;:, SUBUCRI..PTION. RATES Washington a'few days to.think up
extent that the mailed hand will not
Oae Tear .. .. ... ......$6 00 ORe 1fonth .. .. .o. .. .. fJ be noticed things to tell Congress to do.- Green ijTwentieth Century Bookkeeping. III
:- Six Months .. .. .. .. 250 ORe Week;. .. ., .. ., .. 10 the velvet glove of I Cove Springs''TimeS., '
: 'Three Moutht.. .. .. .. 1 2& Weekly Edition; per year..$! CO paternalism.The -

suggestion 'pf, the presidentthat Uncle Joe Cannon. Perm/i !Light-Line Shorthand. SHH
all the Insular governments Uncle Joseph knows if the worst I!
,. De Only Pnsacb ... ,. F.... Which Detailed II
..e a should be 'placed under one oureau Is ; comes he still has the Rivers and Har. ....
,: IhallatlOn Sta,.,.." C.. H. 8 curecL a I bore and the Snipping Bills left in the I' B "
good one. Conditions, as regardsthe ;
Pork Barrel.-:'Palm Beach News. ll ll
government of these possessions 1-1
are practically ihe same and the administration j Dunne.Since
r: J,5Edft.I1J 1.._ fa Pap..ft Sal. ... T..I". Mayor school in Florida. Phone,900 !5
,... { ,.- I of all our outlying colonies I his little effort to prevent the ,, '
B.sIMuOmc.15IS anll .' ",...a Stancls. if they may be so called would I freedom of speech in Chicago we .re or call at the college and Jet's '

be. less if all' gard Mayor Dunne as "done.-Wln-. '
complicated they were
ter Garden Ricochet II ll talk it over.
-.. Offlon-Journal BUl1dlng-Corner Intendencla, and DeLuna Sts. under one head. 'Ii#

1 Muckraker Fish.Stuyvesant I;
Pensacola Business
No Object in .I Fish, in the role of a

:: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. WEDNKSUAY MORNING. DECEMBER 1SOG.:) Mud: Slinging.. critic cusser.of Is predatory, a show- wealth where and all ye a trust-soda!' ;;ireniluHll:; : ;:;:!: :;;_Ixt!::!:;:xllgill-i:1..4::_ ::J';;!::_: ::!:1::::;:::::I]!lii!! ?ilihim! :!:I'iiiius; :i!: I:mm: 1111!i II:::11:i 11_::m; !::1!;;; !;; :::T 5gI

The :Mobile Item lets out what It-.Is'plea.sed and little fishes should have' front ...ii i iijiiil ijj; ; j; : :: ::::: : i ::; IliljII: :: :il ; l i': ..j ; ;::III: ;l ;;II 111.:1.:;;: ::I;;11;;; : i =sI
Bellamy Storer can DOT say to I looked it Certainly it is a serious .seats.-Atlanta Journal. I
to term
"' a Ughty"ail" over
Ala wife ",I told you so." I charge and one, too, that few people --=
would believe. Such an alleged report that has been sent I Chas. J. B lUpart FOR- ..........o .........................................
; Poor Castro is dying again. He alWays against out regarding the ,depth ,of water in If Attorney General Bonaparte sal I ASK

, ',- was slow about paying debts. public servants should not be made unless the channel over the bar at the 'en severe on .the trusts as he is on i A 'MISTAKEN IDEA ABOUT f
proof is given to back themup.
trance to Mobile bayand without giving Democrats who are fighting the trusts,
j Even Washington has a case of the it will be a bad time for the octopus. '. ,
its authority for'the statement, remarks MAGNOLIA 'FARM
: Unwritten law" Justifiable. homicide. Thomas-Jonathan-Laud-Tampa-State- : -Apopka Citizen. i ,ELECTRIC LIGHT f

King Prlscus will reach Pensacola Fair Brown says Florida will be creditably Within the past few, 'days the reports Champ Clark.Representative. ?

: ,,8 little ,earlier than usual next yearI represented ,at the Jamestown have been thoroughly- discussedin Clark, of :Missouri, : :
shipping and business circles in CANE SYRUPAlways Strangely enough there are people who feel that electric light
arriving herein the twelfth of February ': that the president is going to"fix"
I Exposition and if it is left to the general and have been denounced in says: i is expensive. They seem te argue that because It 1s so much T
,the Supreme Court, so that that therefore It
( -. aforesaid Brown It is safe to superior to any ether Illuminant must be mor .
predictthe strong terms. Prominent Mobilians body will declare what he wishes con- costly to-we. I It Js not 4
t I i I Mrs. Bradley will doubtless plead exhibit will be a credit to the discussing the matter to-day said that stitutional. This is a pretty state of -

'\ \the "unwritten law" Justification ot state. As a fair promoter and a the reports eminated from interests things,. John Marshall-Tampa Tri I.- THE: COST is LOWER I
;' genial good fellow Brown is hard to identified Pensacola and that bune. .
her shooting Senator Brown in Wash.L while the false reports of the conditions WAS ::, than for an7'other' form of lighting when you consider the *
IngtoD.f beat. of the channel had worked damage -t 't-- .' efficiency of electric light-the actual candle power available *
Bob Taylor. for use-and the'saving to decorations in a house In freedom .

: Three of the congressmen just elect. The association for the prevention of proved to untrue some extent by official they reports had been of Bob Taylor &enat r- lect, from Tennessee Pure : from soot or smudge. *

t ;ed from Boston are bachelors. They corrupt practices Inflections has discovered the soundings made on the recent trip In a public interview enthusiastically t IT.MAYPAYYOU :

should spend a season In Tallahassee ,that Hearst'made a campaign! and which are ,now in the hands of favors the nomination of ., 0
I before going to Washington.The contribution of fifteen hundred dollars the proper authorities,at Washington.The Bryan> by the democratic forces next before there was a ; to Investigate-to:compare the cost of less desirable forms of *
statement was made that the reports year. Boo Taylor Is always In very .lIIumln! tlon. A solicitor will call If you desire.. Telephone 106. *
which was not listed in his certificate close touch with ,the little
: pardoning board at Tallahassee had been sent out for the purPose common "Food .
of actual expenses But then something of advancing the 'interests of people.-Ocala Banner. Bill.
!" Saturday granted ooe full and eleven IEscambiaCounty Electric & Power Co.
t had to be invented to keep up Pensacola: The reports are to be i Light i
conditional pardons, and the usual tirade John Beckham.:
Interest in political circles there more thoroughly discussed at a meetIng -
r is expected from the usual kick campaigns. between to be held Il}. the very near fu t The republicans are' now telling .,...... ............................................

J ers this week.Congressman. i what they will do to Governor Beck- GULF CrrY'COFFEECO
{-.i ture.The ham when they'get control of the ,
Frank Harris of the Ocala Banner Journal does .not believe that .
Charles A. Towne will Kentucky legislature. But fortunately ,H- P. .CHIPMAN, ManaRer.Routen.
thinks there is some truth any "interests identified with i IPensacola" -
in the '
for the he Is not compelled -
t be the orator at the house-warming oft goftraor : Blenders! and Shippers o! '
charge which France makes againstthe are responsible for any derogatory to hold his breath until that
f t- the Gainesville lodge of Elks. The United States that it is a nation remarks ,about the Mobile channel -happens.-DeLand Record, Fine CoffeesOUR ? !

University town knows how to give a without manners. lie thinks that the and will not' believe it until the, Belmont. IANOSGOOD PIANOS

t genuine "Hello Bill" welcome. courtly manners, once our proud boast, parties who are alleged to have made, Perry COFFEES ARE SOLD BY AtU
I Perry Belmont resigned in haste as
The correspondence just made public are fast disappearing and says that the remarks are }named and. proven i I a member of>the New: York DemocratIc' -

l by President Roosevelt on the young people now rarely ever lift guilty. i State Committee and ia.now re
f Storer incident forms very interesting their hats to their elders. and the Pensacola has the finest harbor on i heating aj lejaure;. He should follow SCARRITT MORENO.SAFES ,A good'piano is cheaper in the end, in the beginning

i reading and proves that an over-am grace of manners is fast loosing out. the gulf,coast, and that fact has never i the example of Senator Platt. who alone and all the time.
lights republican
the shining
j- bitious wife is a bad partner for a been questioned. This being the case I Agtnt, for Diebold Safe and Lock Co. ,
The Savannah News in discussingthe it is hard to what could be gained party, Joes not propose to re i Canton. Ohio. Watch
A for 79c is nevertheless watch
politician. _
::' defeat of the pE'nt..8I be was caught In that trap: Office and, Salesroom E. Gov. St. ,
anti-compulsory pIlot.
with reference to I
by mud slinging
once before when he and Conklin re
: According to advices from Tallahassee age bill says:, :Mobile's Inferior advantages. ] signed In haste.-Galnesville Sun. A suit of.-clothes<; for the largest man at $-1.98 is

the secretary'of state 'has, Congressmen Brantley, of Georgia, ,Florida and Alabama .
'f called on the attorney general for an and Lamar of Florida, had able help .'. I still a ,suit. -;"'-

t opinion on the clause of'the new general -, from Samuel Gompers of the American ;'\ .
statutes Federation of Labor In killing the ILANtllMfANY! Yet these' articles are dear because worthless.
: reducing the amount of Commnctfrom
f. Littlefield bill to abolish compulsory r I[ Current

1 commission taxes. v I IfIorida' I{I pilotage. 31*., Compers went Into Ut. 1"Iw .The same thing is true of cheap pianospianoswhich
and Dealers Ia ,
tlefields district In Maine and worked
In'the Mr. Commoner I
t branch of. delegation lower against his re-election. He wasn't I Bryan's 'LUMBER.o SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES I are made like lightning and sound like thunder
Congress proved a lire wire able to defeat the enemy of the pilots, .. AND tILN.DRI$ D SAP.
F In the debate on the anti-compulsory but he succeeded in bringing such i : -=-after,a little-use.

f pilotage bill. The way Law, ClarkI ',assistance to the aid of the southern 1 ----,4, 0 I
and Sparkman handled Littlefield and congressmen fighting the bill that they The English' soap trust has been hare a right to select,,but their, own senatorial Just Received. A ranich-'& Bach, Lester, Packard, Cassell,
representatives lot-ot.peo--:
were able to kill it much dif cleaned up. -
ft- lit pet measure was a caution. : pIe wonder at the taste which results Imported Macaroni. Sweet Oil. Cheeses Clutter Piano; last life time and
J[ficulty.. Nil pickles. Sauer Kraut Mackerel.: CodFish a are always good.
t: Fernandina is cruel ln- James J. Hill, is becoming a noted in the selection of a Simon Guggenheimer pig Feet. Spanish Onions. Pilot

i {| sinuate that Jacksonville enough wants to to extend -j I The Leon county grand jury In its, leetur r. The lectures are free but to succeed a Thomas Patter-: Bread.fresh and French new. Navy Bread. Everything See them at the Clutter Music Houseoldestand
presentment last week said: you pay your money; at,.the freightoffice. Bon' I I I Witch Hazel. jl.OO per gallon. I
her city limits' to include PerI I : "' --- largest..in the state.
1 nandina and the deep water at that I I We are: pleased to note the fact 4 After studying the election returns, Marine Grocery Company. J
l ri ; Port. If this done : 'that crime, seems to be on the decrease I There would be one good thing Senator Cullom arises to express the I.\ V. J. VIDAL.....'.
were Tampa would '
in this county, and particularity about Bonl as a waiter-he would opinion tbat the tariff must be revised. I II
f Incorporate half. of South Florida. I If '!] in respect to the commission of hurry the service In' order to have a The election returns were such that J

Wall violence against the person. as there chance to squander the tip' even Senator, Allison might with perfect
Judge has decided

It': f| Is not a narcotic. The question that arose snuff I I to have us been of this but character three cases, which submitted shows to avery Senator Beveridge says no man 1 I statem safety nt'.1 arise and make the' same i YOUR GROCER HAS IT "

: ) on the refusal of an insurance com, marked Improvement In this respect needs a million doll rS. That may be I I A GOOD SIDEWALK(
| pany to pay a claim because of a slipUatlon over that of former years. A true but the fact does .not keep him The farmers' ongress went 'on Ask him to send you

il if in the policy against the use large majority of cases considered by from wanting a million dollars. record as being opposed to the gov
us was for the sale of intoxicating ernment's free distribution. But if
i: of narcotics and the company claimed The income tax catches them while
liquors by the colored element in this congressmen cannot put in a lot of 'JacksonSquare"
i; 1 I that deceased used snuff. I I'BaUer I|county, and we feel assured that by they are enjoying it; the inheritancetax time distributing free seeds how can GIves' the 'most ordinary property an appearance of substantial -
the continual and commendable vigilance tries to locate it after they have they excuse their failure to give the 'v Jue. A poor one can ruin the effect of the handsomest .
and the Texas attorney general -, of the officers of the county. and had years of experience in trying .to' people needed legislation? house"and grounds. You don't want any ragged
,f are keeping politics lively in the the rapidly growing ntiment of the conceal It.. I|I : edges, to your property.
T ., Lone Star State. The attorney general -law abiding element of our people, loaded Just to be in line The Commoner ad- Among good sidewalks a well laid concrete one Is eas!*>
,t':- has refused the <'dare" of the big that this tramcwtIl before many our Thanksgiving stomachs in day order a lot to of show us how vises you to do your Christmas shop-, best Lasts longer, costs less for repairs and adds an air )1
Texas months have passed. be checked pin; early knowlnc full well that' solid dignity"and worth.
: senator to produce proofs butL so as thankful that Ve did not hate ; ypuwill
; to this to we not do Java Blend. We lay such sidewalks and back every one with our gear-
in the meantime Bailey intends to cause county take its standas to ctaive to death like the PilgrimFathers. your Christmas shopping I ( )
I May
one that really respects the law, until the very last possible: momentI we estimate on yours!
stay .
i In Texas until his election I IMr :
Is as- and desires its strict enforcement. I
f ; Bured. j Root went all the way to Cincinnati -I I The :Milwaukee: Sentinel answers COFFEE

.1 President' Roosevelt's to favorably mentfou, tr. Taft The Commoner's challenge to 'reprint Pensacola Cement Stone Company,

,Florida ,has a congressional delegation ., for the presldency..and Mr. Joseph extracts from Lincoln's speeches and
r at Washington that she can well Porto Rico Message. Benson Foraker has been In the sulks letters by resorting to cheap billinserate. This Coffee Blended to
ever since. The Commoner can stand the Suit You.If S. J. Harvey Manager. Telephone 1485.
feel proud- of. Tee
They do not fill the messageof, President Roosevelt Sentinel's billingsgate much better

,, pages of the Congressional Record on Porto Rico, which was submitted to Mr. Harriman does not realize it, than ihe Sentinel can afford to quote it does not please you, return _-L

,t every day :with long-winded harranguesj the 'Senate and House of representatives but just the same he Is one of the Lincoln-and still claim to be a republican it to y yr groctr. Your
.( but when any matter comes up of int -' yesterday, will be pleasing to most convincing ad.ocates'of govern- paper. ... money refunded. Every; can ,
guaranteed by us.
1; rest to Florida they get on their the great majority of United States ment ownership of railroads now ap- *HP* ** *****;H ** -M Hf ...."J. K..u 'J ...
f' clothes citizens in that 'It' shows !liearins before the people. I Sunk In a Storm. 0
,, fighting and they know how that at least I
f to flght. ':one.of,our .Island -possessions is rapidly The papers that-poked fun at Poult I Christiansand Norway Dec. 11.- Importers Coffeeto. I DIAMONDS,. WATCHES, JEWELRY, $

, forging toward the goal of absolute ney Bigelow for claiming! to have The steam trawler' Forsoget has been Limited. | CLOCKS, PRECIOUS STONES 'BRONZ5E 2I
: sunk in storm. All of hEcrew,
c In discussing; tbe proposed extension self-government and that the people learned: all about Panama in a week's a STERLING :

.l: of the"city limits of Jacksonville the are beginning, at least, to appreciatethe visit are now claiming that President numbering twelve men, were drowned. New Orleans, La. SILVERWARE- *

t'; Times-Union says: "The roposed liberty which is guaranteed toevery Roosevelt learned all about it in a ART: POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS. 5
Rockefeller Gives $100,000.
change will take in Panama Park. ,,citii'en who lives under the two days visit-/ I i CUT GLASSWARE. $
New York. Dec. 11.-A Philadelphia
t r Phoenix Park. Cummers Mill, Grand Stars and Stripes. The Minneapolis Journal admits special to the Sup says John .U. The Lewis Bear Co. ,, ..
r Crossing and other places," and the' The president calls attention to the that .}fr. Root's post-election speeches Rockefeller has sent word to' the 'II#*,., -"*

. Fernandlna Star adds: 'Other places' necessity pf dredging the harbor at sound much more dignified than the beard of foreign missions, of the Pensacola, Fin.DISTRIBUTERS. Engraving and fine Stationery. =
San Juan : others. Doubtless'Mr. Root would ad-United Presbyterian church that hei I ;
-. Is what they called Fernandian once and -it would seem that this I I 2 :S -
mit toc If pressed. -
? j would give $100.000 toward education ,
beforje-dq we see our finish as a sovereign is a matter that should receive 'the a I I :t -
work IB Egypt and the Soudan.
city in this Greater Jacksonville rompt attention of congress The President Roosevelt addressed the
... | Mail Orders Receive Prompt Att enti 041. 1
: scheme? Jacksonville wants island cf Porto' Rico is extremely i Porto Ricans as fellow eithenlor Yale -
Elects Captain.
and 'what Since when? Or was the presi-- ,
deeper Vater and that would be' one.valuable its principal port shouldbe dent merely delivering himself of a New Haven. Conn.. Dec.11.-Luciua -Send; in your orders now -" '

:way to get If 1:[ of sufficient depth to accommodate little official "taffyr Horatio Bigelow. 190S, of Mont Clam for extra! copies of The Jourpal's Zt
the commerce of 'the, island, N. Y., last night was elected captain i E. 0.. d Jewelry Co.
.. The 'Arcadia Champion says that'which. ,is constantly growing and will The American Economist is tryingto of the Yale football team for next -big 'Christmas Edition

several persons have been charging continue to 'grow for many years to explain the defeat of several leading year. Bigelow played right tackle ,on and they will be set aside ; MOBILEALA. 4mfftUHNKMSS
," the state administration with using' congressional, '$taD patten." The the tram this year and was a memberof I : ILLUSTRATED' CATALOGUE.f
- school and road funds for the com' -; American Economist can pot under.' last year's crew. for: you. .* ..... ..... .. ................
- purpose:i. The great progress that Porto Rico have
stand why the people should *I I ;jE'
': of drainage and advises all these men,hasjnade since'Us' annexation t? the grown tired of ,being robbed.. j

1 who own property that they had bet-j i United State is, 'in great measure
tel: .be careful or their property might,.undoubtedly ,due to the fact that the This time It :was >!P. Hearst that

be sold by, the sheriff to satisfy judg.r i work of educating the people has been afforded the New ',York World corporation Its ex-i'
ruse for supporting |the
meats for libel. The charge which'the. carried on In the'most approved man-! the,Insurance grafters, the Wall street You Look Prematurely Old

Champion alleged is being madel net. Primary education. especially, sneculators and the franchise grabbers.

. against these officials has not come has received great attention and this The World always manage to, find

t. our attention and if it has been tOj will guarantee 'that coming generations the, excuse. ,

I l k Ufhed: we have Inadvertently of Porto.. Rican natives will fully] Of course the people of' Colorado Because of those ugly, crfzzfr, cray hair*. Use M LA CREOLE" HAI* RESTORER. Price, $1.00, ret-1

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r PEOPLE AND EVENTS I '. employee Mr.'.C. H.of Dunbar the,Western, a former Union popular Telegraph &* DELIGHTFUL PERFUMES !, i iWe }. 4:

It Company, left last Saturday : i 1

.: NONAREI1 @,: night will go for-Atlas to; Charleston from which where place he will he ; ;;'. i ; : '

i ..... ..cI accept.a position and will. reside,, per. I S 1-2 S. Pafaloi Strett.,stalrs. manently.. +: havfc: just! received' the largest, handsomest : -

l .. BY AURELIE MAREAN ..BERNARD.I f- : and most complete line
Open 7 a. m. to 9 p. m. 3 Little Miss Miriam Friedman and of:3 j

I. I No 669 Before 3 P. M. Miss badie Kugieman, were guests at .
Telephone-j! t No. 38 After 3 P. M.; = OUR SPECIALTIES: ; the surprise"-party given Mice Paula I -- .t. \ :, ': -.' '" ,

f' Business Men's Dinner 12 to Hirschkovitz at .Warrington a few ':. Xmas ( : '; ':

9 2.33 Theatre 50 cents.Parties days, ago. .. ,j '. '
regular boarders ;----
.. .,. ..... ; U and Meal'Ticket*. Mr.-J. B. Walker and ,': -I< :
:orI ,5O 10.011 sons, Messrs. Perfumes ;
.-- 4 PHONE 1530. iii Dan and William Walker left Sunday i"- -. _: -: ; J 1: :

a ; Waycross, Ga.. where they went to : '
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parkhill-Lykes The The neatest cleanest and best attend the wedding: of Miss Mary C. :>< ;
Bedding December 20. Journal's: Daily Fashion Feature -g place meals! In town in which to get your II Walker and ')ft. Douglass D. Peabody. : ever ofrered ,for salen Pensacola: Ho old stock- | j n.i l '

\ ;fI i Come oncej. we will. trust you to .. which occurs today Mr. Walker and :. .
Tre following invitations was reef .. N come S1J his sons will return home Immediately everything wand. clean.! Our Xmas stock'is now -s ,

!Ted.ub yesterday ct: Juagti aad evening Airs.by C.the B. many Park- ;: ) : ;; g after the wedding. ready for your' inspection. "We know: we can please t* : '. :.

and their accomplished eldest ; : The friends of Miss Annette : you. lOc to $40'a bottle 2* ,' 'j"j' I; ; -

.ghter, Miss GeaeUeve Perry Park- aaan13 Knowles will\ regret to learn that she : .' : '. f. j1 i L J'

..' ba* been quite seriously) 111 at her : S ,.. ) .. .
)g* and Mrs. Charles Breckenridge home. corner of Belmont and Barce- .J <
Parkhill lona streets. i'The. Crystal Pharmacy | : < 1
pt.>*t the pleasure] of your presence ,
at (he marriage of their daughter Mr. Geo. Hoffman has purchased the : .
Genevietq Perry home recently owned by Mr.-Manning; BrentUIIdIng. J : ,. f
and MORE DAYSand corner of Ninth avenue and Gadsdea ..................>.................. .. .MM MM.... r. "' .j;j
Mr James McKay Lykes streets,and will probably in the t. .' ,
,6 Thursday evening the twentiethof then Christmas. first part of the year. mOTe ................ It.. It It ......" u................ ;' ) 'i!
Decemberat .. Had
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eight o'clock : you thought how short the Mrs.Feltus who was formerly Miss I CHRISTMASGIFTS N.JEWELRY AND CIITGLASSj I Jt-j -j ;: :
St. John's ChurchTaUahhasse" Emma ChafRn will leave for her homein
time and had Nothing h more suitable ChrUtma ,
was, gift or more appreciated by
Florida. i- you Natchez Miss., at an early date.
4the recipient than a piece of Jewelry w,cut jjlaw. My stock was selected .' ', t,
At home thought of what you .intend Mrs. Feltus has been visiting her o for the special purpose of affording someThing suitable for this purpose. .. 4 i
after the. fifteenth of January father at his home corner of Palates .. Here are Just a few of the offering*: 1 : -' .
to give. Slippers make DIAMOND G OI)&. .
Texas. pleas- and Wright streets for the : ,
Galveston past t ....... I I- ; .j'
Diamond .
Rings (19 to $185 Diamond Stick Pine .. .
Miss Parhhlll was born and reared ing'gifts, and then you know month and has been the recipient of .. Diamond Breaches ,.<....$9 te 150 J Oiamaed Lacket .... .910$5 to to $30.$2S" ..I i 1 _J ;c i 1
Pensacola, and is a very handsome __ many social attentions from her :
&nd lovable girl. She is tho grand I I they are useful. We have all friends in Pensacola.Hon. ; Ladles' 0 size 20-ywr tiMed WATCHE''f. .................. : -.4.',. .
Solid Gold, 14 karet ............. .........."......................$22 to $33 i.J -
e.:,ughter of late Governor Edward A. styles and colors, for ladies', :. Solid Gold Diamond set -,....,..-*...............-_...-.................. $47 '{ ', .
rry. and is highly connected upon and Mrs.W. A. Blount are expecting Gentlemen, 12 and IS size watches .......,..................... $14 to $40 0- I '''"1: '
.er mother's side, as well as that of men, boys, or children. their accomplished daughter .4 CHAINS AND LOCKETS. + '
distinguished! fatter Miss Hilda, to return home for ;the Solid gold Neck Chain ._.......................................$350 ta $10 ';.1 ; :. ;
::; I $1.00 to $2.50Pair. Christmas holidays. Miss Blount has So d gold locket ........,,....,..........,..........,......_.........,$t75 to $15 t :i .,.i... i !
f'ntil the last two years Miss been 9 Diamond Lockets .'....................?...........*.................$10 to $30... .I .,; ..,:;. J. : I
'11 made her tome in park-j spending some time in "Washington CUT GLASS. .. !
as one ot the most popular and enjoying greatly the social : Cut Glass Pitchers ............................ ................$4. 0 to $11,50 ; '" .
f the city's society set. She a gaittes of the capitaL Cut Gtas Bowl* ..._._..._........ -.......,_......,.....>...$ $ to $5.00 ..
( yovAger I I Select them now and : Cut Gtac* Vases ........,...........!?...... ..................$225aoy.f ) .4' : '
.13 friends without number here, whoish :i- we Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Mellen left Cut Glass Nappies ......._..............._..?......................$1-25 to $3 :;!1'r j .
her much.future happiness. I shall lay them aside until + Cut Glass Sugar and Cress Set --$3.t S to $&.00 + J" .
for New Orleans last for few V. .
Bight '
I : a n$ Couth Palates St. ', .,
CushrnanHendrixWedding wanted. days visit They win probably return These are simply a few *f ttte nianjr articles I am ofTerkng and all of : ,
the last of the week. :: my sood*<.r* f Ny guN..*... tf net a* represented, ypur money back. : -. .. .
Last Night. "

At the home of the bride's parents i The friends of.Mrs. Frank Saunders t W. A.GAHLENBECK : <
!Ir. and Mrs G. B Hendrix, 1224 IiUL will be pleased to learn that she Is % >tt XMlMl 1ItatahNc Street. ., 4 .. ,' I

fficlatlng.Cast:: Strong, a Jlss street hattie, Rev.Hartfield P. A. Rogers Hen- ,--- MEYER SHOE CO convalescing she received fro.rn.the some time severe ago' burns L......-........-..-.....-..I4. .S.!.......O..IM..MM: 51 4

ffix lo }!was r. Ralph last night Carter united Cushman.The In marriage. .- Mr. J. J. SummerHn. of.Ocaja, is In I I.............. ... ....... ......................... 1.fi f.V, t 1 1i .

marriage ceremony occurred FEET FURNISHE FOR/FOLKS I the city for a few days. on business. i If. J "
1 ft half after eight o'clock and was wftDetjed. 45 He is a guest of the'Mtepcna&ta hoteL i tOneThlrdof '
by only the intiraate friends 102 S. PALAFflX ST. I I : --J: t,
rnd relatives. of the contracting par '- Mobile Itaml G. .C. Sewtosre, a! : J
;- well known business man of Peqsicola --i 4 'J4"
ties.The bride wore a...becoming'gown of School I FUL, is in the city and'is at the I i YourLfenBed I :
are contemplatIng a trtp i'
pure white habutui silk and carriedLride's -1---- to Mobile to witness the game of Windsor.: I .. '

roses. football to be ptajte4 by the Pensa-1 Mr. and Mrs. Neptune Backner and : Since about a third of life- is fI' + 'vJ ;!f'f
The groom wore tl1e'conventional cola High School team and the Mo-I little I your spent.it\\ .:, -1 :] : I'I'i
lack suit and looted very happy: in bile daughter Gwendoline arrived i bed not have the bed comfortable "
Military The why
Institute girls anticipate *
he possession of his pretty young : last night from Ashevilkv N. c., and ; you :., ; H j. j
bride, chaperone a,with jolly them day,tyidrtU probably return*re a will upend Christmas with friends inPensacotau : get all that's good: and comfortable in t ;
Mr. and Mrs. Cushman recelvedajium.er ;: They are at present reg t .
ing home In the'eveniJ g. The,.jouag I bed line here. ;
istered the f .
of hand!"ome presents which guests at actsois. }tr.Buc.be4 .
lady etudeats of tie high school are I "
will prove useful to them to their who. led P&n boU sometime
toad in their praises: of the pljfc school : IronBeds$2.50$4$5andupto$25.
pew home which .is in readiness for ago; for Ashevttle for the benefit e'I';: 'I':
football team the to
ftbft.expect: b6ys
them on the ocrner of Cerantea street of his health returns Pensacola :
and Ninth awnua eome home covered: -with gtnry. the picture of'health.. Springs, Woven Wire and Victor Spiral, $4.50.

The young people were the red, COAT OF BROADCLOTH OR VELVET. Our*boyi,are'::already oovered with Best In the Jackson i Felt Mattresses $6.50 to $15. :
Puts of the hearty gocd wishes of all glory sow bIe'nofears thft the cop." Square
vbo know them, for a long and happy The sketch shows a belted Eton cut away in front over.'a vest: of embroidered M. M. I. "witf gojdo-wii in: defeat:' Coftee. The only premium given is : ,Feather,Pillows, $2, $3, $3.SOand$5. i- : '
neddedlife. broadcloth,'.the'tiny revers on each side.of the front being faced The iL M. I. are "glorioas" a guarantee of its quality 1 ,

with corded silk the model being of brown velvet, the vest being in shades set of faotyallesta, 'jl.lery'ybd' best t. BUY USEFUL CHRISTMAS GIFTS. :. {" -( .:
U. D. C. Elect'OfficersFcr of ecru brown and gold. The buttons used on. the coat :were of ,gilt The look to their laar is nett Starday : d
,three-quarter length sleeves were cut' in sections the undersleeve being of for oar-boys Are icom1Dg loaded for A' Ctood Re.1r. i -- : ,:
Year. the embroidered doth finish with lace. ; "
.. bear. ; During the Apache war in ArizonaIn ,
-ecsacela chapter, United ;Daughters: 1806 Markopa Indian tode a hundred MARSTON & ; ;
c the Confederacy, elected officers Why not 'g-etthe worth of your i QUINA
held ban&aaxnetoTr. miles between van ;and sun to .f
The election was in the new will C. V..Thompson, l'
iterday!; : afternoon as follows: :
money? Ask)!: for BlQ9 Rlbtaa yanil-- '
President-Mrs. F. O Howe. chapter room in the.old armory buU. The Pensacola chapter now : has la. Absolutely pure, goes t'lce as -wam a party of'well to do emigrants I: i ( :, ,
lOMK S. Palafor Phone 149. Pensacob! Fb.
sirst Vice President-Mrs.. S. A. ing. The room has been leased and over one hundred members and Is ina far and the "Blue lObbon: FJawor", is that the Apa.ches.bad, planned to am- .ft
*,!'rreno: very vigorous and nourishing con Ask for the "25C'sIze.Gracefuii1c1s32fu2e trascade them at a certain pass. The I f "
second: Vice PresIdent-Mrs. Egbert fitted up for the.members and it is dition. perfection.. young Indian, volunteered to guide the :".......... .......-................................ .S S l't.
eall now a very attractiTep1.ace* In the retirement of Mrs.'A. E. Mo- ----- I
; -'DafeI. wajoos by- another route, and when he -------
Corresponding. Secretary Mrs. R. It is the intention 10; collect them David the former,,president the : the tlgJ>est had done' this he mounted his horse HEAVY BRAINS.Tk J !
F Reese and preserve such relies of the war Daughters of the Confederacy lose a object of;the' dahee among all peoples to go home.See .. Christmas = f'llt
( Nellie it be to: and efficient officer She is succeededby '
lecordtojj Secretaryrs. as may possible procure very ,
but their conceptions of what eoD t1- here" said) the leader of the r Ar Vet ScwwMarttr tile MM ;
C-vey Gihcore.! the members"of the U. D: C. will esteem a lady, however\ in every.way capable bt.Deet'eal _... .
treasurer Mrs. Effie Mitchell Thie- it a fl-vor.If.tho! who have such of keeping up'-the work which tutes-' grace differ -wWety. Accerdlng train to the young Mtrieopa, "you have :, 0 I FruitsThis > -. i f
r. relics and who are willing to present Mrs McDavid so zealously championed to a student of dancing, who has wIt I j 1 j I done us a xoo: Hi'torian Mrs. .Maunie D. Thomas. them to the_ chapter for preservation neared tens of thousands of dances! In price r known to toflnence! Intelligence. It'I '' .

_. Mrs. F, O. Howe is well known for all parts of the world, who has penetrated "My prlcer repeated the astonished : bat tear feeea' known that fis her executive abUlty and will fill to the in&dor of Africa and the Indian. character of the human bili.1: Fruits Candies ci t .

,...,...,...,...,...,..,',...v.,...,...,.......,...,...... .-,..-,.....-....-..._.,.C'i.yv .,..,.-..'.-,.'.Vy.y-" ",..,.".,..,' the place made vacant by the retirement desolate mountains of western' China. "That li what I asted. Is the large number ot connectiaj your Oysters, "3t. I
of Mrs. McDavid, with honor. ,there.are three daaeea that;, to his fibers by when its cells are cooraltated. .II Fire Works, etc., for the 4-: : /
have Had
"I gala
? way of thinUog ue equal In beauty.In no price. bef.111D7- In no other species are theyso holidays. Prices reasonable.G. .
Few Social Events grace and in the,poetry,of mQtl s. object I 'would have joined the Apachesand numerous or complicated.. The cells f :

Can You Match This? Fcr This Week.For These Mohammedans are the,dances especially of the the JartaeM,"'hftdance. the met brave you in wheeled the pass."his And horse so saying and welsat constitute There but a i.very BOW small considerable part of eri-the P, Caparisos, lCDI'

: the rest of the week there are ," in which only the younger' women rode proudly away. deuce that the some rule applies among Tarraeona and IntentfencU Sti. {
very few eve tSon'the social calen t' 1 !
) Individual and that those of
dare Everyone is busy shopping for participate; the tarantella of men great

14K Solid Gold -Watch, Elgin' movement .- ....,..- .$2000 I Christmas, the shops are open late Christian Italy and the butterfly dance IN THE. GOOD OLD FASHIONED intelligence* bare more connections, so
..- 25-year Coj!: Hied: Watch Hampden. movement -.. /.t.i.. .- .915.CO and the streets are ,thronged with of Japan. That dancing loses in poetry. DAYS. that their Solid Gold Uockets as low as .....,: .. ...* 400SoRd people coming out of stores loaded fire in meaning. as civilization in ''team work ; tj
Oetd Cuff ... .,.. .,..... 2.00 lin : I I
Links $ TIlE STATIONER 4. fi
Sjild Oioid Scarf Pins, .........s. 1.00 down with bundles and hurtytng'tothelr.va.rlous I t creases is the belief of this student ort Powdered Wigs Formed an Important Some inrestigations bare shown the -
;, homes. the.art The modern dances of civilized Adjunct! to a Gentleman's Apparel. corpus call snm to ban'a large cross No. 20 South Palates It. '
Gold and sliver-moun'ed. Umbrellas of the best quality at,lowest prices. Not one person has thought, of giving -II t nations, especially as expounded on It is safe to Uy that the majoritycf I section In men vbo bad shown great Holiday goods all fresh and ndir. -.: -
a reception or card party so far l I bald men of todaywould gladly revive Cox Papers. latest styl e, 7teRu' and '.
and ability. It la also fcaoroi that the i
Anything to be found in an up.todatejewelry store .suchat hand. the stage are not only meaningless I .crepe Papse..
as known, and everythingnow Is for the old. dignified custom If they
painted China, Silver Novelties, Sliver-plated Tablo Wart, Carving Sets, etc I Christmas Christmas l week will probably .I lacking In the beauty of the original :could. But they can do the next best brains of able men ant likely tn present 131bea. Terat8. Booklet. Christ. t.1 11

; All goods engraved without extr charge. I be a record breaker la the social dance but actually degenerate and I i thing to it,. that is, hold on to what more convolutions .and .deeper tr mas Irenes Cards and Postals.hand Paper Psjrs.DoUtm Kreata Noel Stat 't' :;
taerely physical contortions that whila !hair they have- ones than the avenge, at.thovgA therewere Ko\- ltles. Dainty: TT,"rr otr! ner foi I '
line.The crowds on the streets duringan they may be rhythmic and gracetuI.are' f In cases where the hair root or hair more brain cells a> :well aa more decoratlTe purpoRv I Jim. ant Penny' .f; .. I it
evening remind one of Siardi. Gras as insipid and as meaningless at '.bulb has not been completely destroyed connections. A fair obeerratioca lei Bankt. Visiting Cards, Pound Papers, etc. :' ;' f

t J. F. Davis Jeweler times-and speaking: of the carnival the waddle of a duck.-Chltayo Trib by parasites that infest it, the lower races point to*the fact that -_ ---- if ,, 'I t
Ii so many have wondered if Pensacolais une. 'Newlno's Herpicide will do wonders theIr brains are essential!? different iaorffa&lutiQns sn."The I tr
going to have a carnival this coming in the, way of encouraging a new '
season. growth of hair Destroy the cause. Q1crospic ,parUj a. j]r Best Is 'What We Sell".1 1 j.J..J. f'f'I
Brent Building, 23.6. Palafox Street.V Of course we are going to have our masts T1>at Take PHI you remove the effect That Is the J. .

'v .....-...,...,........y..y............. ..... ,.....,...;T.. ...... .............,..AA..", ............ .. I II Mardi Gras celebration just the sam A Tory large and sturdy orange tree ,successful mission of Herolclde.FOr8 HU S *eStr. I ,
I as we have had for the past seven or was growing in a small pot "If that I ie bi W: A. D'Alemberte. I .
.. ,,. 121 South A little boy was on bis knees,recently I THERE t hw
--- -------- --" -' i:eight years, and King Priscus will visit tree,"said: the florist! "didn't take,pills ,druggist and apothecary i. :
with PaUfox. street or send lOc in stampsfor at night and auntie, staying In the :
.tI: _:; -.the Deep Water City \ even more i it would) require a pot as by! as a -
pomp and granduer than .heretofore sample to The Herpicide Co., Detroit house., was present "It b a pleasure" NOTHINGBETTER ;//j,
inBut it takes pills
After having the "merrio monarch"I bathtub to sW t Mich. she said to him afterward to bear .,41 (
I'C r-- Fine Military with us this long we' could not afford I like a hypochondriacChemists, agricultural -/ :you saying your prayers well.. You

.to Rive him up.Mar4lras I experts make, plant pills- 1 epeak earnestly and seriously; and i- ( !
E Hair Brushes { day conies this,year on&e pills no bigger than chestnuts that contain .- mean what you say and care about It."
twelfth of February, and will be sustenance for six months a kind I 4of be but THESE COLD ; '
JLV answered "xh. .
; auntie.
I : : Twenty-two! : different celebrated ,here with everything I tabloid food. These chemists analyze Van Camp's yon should hear me,garglerHI i.1: 'jjMi
E which\ gees to male a successfulcar'nivaL ) a plant's ash and mate pIlls of

___ __________________ styles,suit the constituent! felts. The pills, In- rze- MORNINGSthan j

.k -: able tDrman or The Bridge; Whist Club was charm- jcloaed In a metal cover, are burled In I Pork and BeanSmake ,A.-I say old man do ice a fiver : ,
iagly entertained at Its meeting 'yesterday the earth at the plant's roots!!, and the
end lend me *3, B. & .
cry bnUifs cakes J.
-1'1'c boy.. They,are in afternoon by Mrs. W;. B Wright falls gradually: dissolve and diffuse I quite impossible. ,A --Impossible hot withgood: ... t t" -,
: S I at her'residence, 222 LaRna streetA through the metal giving the plants an appetizingdish and on'T .
-- ebony,. eintcnold! I And you are such.a wealthy man? B. bujter syrup t t.
- -f full attendance of the Children of '. day by !day the sustenance! that they I ,and are al- -I know, but I can't part :with my them. We have ,' J

I ,:_ Rose wood,and- Cel l the Confederacy is requested for the reqoire.: Pills are also applied to weak. way ready. Pleas- money. It is a keepsake from my in.ther.Salon.Wltzblatt -- ,,, '
meeting Friday the lth Inst by Mrs.Egbert tIcily plants which they help wonder- of Tlenaa. Meeker" Flap-Jack Floul'.10cta. ::'jPaIsth'i'e ; I
: baiksome the taste and Pan-Cake Flour..10ct sfl': t tHecker's
.4 Beall.. who is the directress of fully ant to a_ k.Wh..t, 10 -*'" 1Ji

; trimmed with.SterU'DfSn this organization. The meeting. will chock full of nourishment eM . .. .,..............25et' .
held In the old armory buildingat DON'T BE CROWDED OUT. SEND Buck Wheat, .' :
be OW-Fathloned
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I er.We 3:0: in the afternoon and business J ,. --------.T--: 10, 15 andO IN YOUR ORDERS AT ONCE FOR C pound .-Sets 'ff J
of Importance will be transacted YOUR CHRISTMAS CAKES. WEST
: -S ____ have them; with : I i Sliced Bananas cents. FLORIDA STEAM BAKERY. Florida Syrup. 1; J ,
The Progress Club will\ give their .

.__ !leather. just usual euchre party and dance tonight and Cream Campbell'sSoups, in 21 One Gallon' -" Can ...... ...66et* t .- i
I ; Send in yourorders : now Half-OaUon Can :::......:...35ctaruti t
1 ., the thing.f6rfrav.. A dance will be given toi1ght.at: assorted flavors, 10 for of Quart Can.........".2cts h .
-- eling. the. C. K. of A. hall by several young sprinkled with cents. extra copies The journat's Bulk In relv'.B gallon.lOcta! Jl. (
43c tb.-F c ib. .
J. men complinientary: to their young big Christmas Edition 4. "

lady friends. and visiting' guests. : and they will be 'set aside }

'i W. A.. -'Alembeiteand Mrs.The Dave Ladles 1Jel.Circle net,'will this meet evening with at Grape-Nuts Sol Cahn & Co. for yftu. Rosenau&GereldsTHE $ l

three o'ck1cat her home on'East Belmont Ffcod Star. I '
The Pair New Orleans: is. celebrated for .t. % .
I 1 Druggist Apothecary street, Try It1 for Dessert Ssuttomt Comer faialu ..4 laUa<.ada coffee. Jackson Square is the, coffee : FANCY GR CERS. -

i i2t Mobile 'Register: The Pensacola) THERE'S ,A REASON.". Phone ''liS I from New Orleans.:'Try. It. If notllatt.tied" 116 SOUTH PALAfOX ST. r -I

f"...,II i iM. SOUTH' *ALAFOXSTR.. .r+3: _* PHONE.--* .,.. 109, Journal says: "Xest''Saturday a number.'of 5- -/ .5 '. your. grocer will. refund Itscost. __Phone. 391' .- 1jt''J.
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iI I Ii INVESTMENTS .- INREAL'" ESTATE 1 i LESLIE Estate E. BROOKSReal [ CetfbVate[ Now --is the i An Abstract Free $225 Ii I

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1. I'HOOTONF l and insurance. Christmas -. .-.- $25 Cash, $10 per 4*
| | Time to Buy II i i

t i THE .RENTAL AGENT9, i it HOMES-FOR SALE. 1906. :: WiMhese. Lots no 'ril'tet i|

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950 "West Government i it 4
$ -One-story dwelling on 2- -
',1500-East Cervantes. 5 rooms, bath. The prosperity of this country 4
Reus. gasetc.$1600Eaat was never as great as it Is now. 4
i street near t By Buying
Jackson,, 5 rooms and hall. I The splendid conditions In every i I: have 40 lots between 9th 10th and 11th, streets and betweea *

!f $1575-Fine cottage on corner lot, convenient to L. t $2500-North Hill 6 rooms ,and bath real line, estate agricultural are marvelous., industrials and 18th and 19th avenues; Wo blocks('from the East Hill car line. One 2

& N. R. R. shops. gas, etc. In representing investments. do block from the bayou.. I offer this property at $%%5.00( per lot $23 00 *

1200 West Intendencia a Home. not lose sight of the fact that the down and the balance at liaoo per month. I will CHARGE NO IX. s

; '$2100-New and comfortable cottage; .with two lots i -T" street 6 rooms street.lot 90 by corner 125. I only way to amass a fortune In' TEREST AND NO TAXES AND WILL FURNISH AN ABSTRACT

these days is making money earn OF'COST This Is the cheapest i
; on East Garden Street. $3500-7 rooms all modern, North Hayne.IF more money; by buying stocks WITH EACH LOT FREE Pensacola. property
bonds or real estate at a price thatis ever offered on these, terms' In the C1tyof J
t; $2650() -A very nice one-story'dwellingwith 7 rooms, ii YOU HAVE ANY PROPERTY TO certain to advance.It \.
SELL LET I You it. We
US KNOW ABOUT IT. can do ii thus that wise investmentis i Yon cant buy Lots for Cash In this locality any cheaper. We of *
1. East Gadsden, near Alcaniz. : can show how a the most direct road to wealth." fer them pn terms that you can't afford to miss. These terms put

$3350-6-room dwelling on DeVillier Street, near : you ,you In. the same position as if you were buying. nearly two years f

J small payment down i from now at,prices asked for now. J
Garden. 2 and. little month $2750-We have Just had listed with More fortunes are. made In Real Estate than: In anything else. t
i a a
, i $9500: Two-story brick building, ,with lot fronting : LESLIE us home a on most East up-to-date HIll. Desirable little 2 You 'may: lay the foundation of your fortune by Investing a few i
E. BROOKSReal like does the :
just time.
I rent, section, south front. Lot 120- dollars In these lots at this
f both Zarragossa and Main Sts. Splendidbusi-
x32. House has every convenience ; 4
' work. See ,us today.McDAVIDHYER and was built for a I believe at a conservative estimate that these lots will increase *

'f ness location. ii Estate home. i In value 40 peenby: the time,they are paid for on these terms. |

t $10500-Two-story brick building on Zarragossa St.,
; I : near Palafox. A bargain. and Insurance.Phone $27SO-Another choice little home on <- Real Estate and Insurance :

i I East Jackson street-new anda LESLIE E BROOKS

: CITY MAPS. I 462. 112 S. Palafox. CO. very choice. location. i I t Phone 462 112 S. Palafox! Sf. '

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,Have you a new City Map? We have Just.received :a new supply I which ........... *
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r :f : has been carefully revised to date,-conforming to,all change made., Send Agents New York $4250-Close In. 7-room 2-story residence
$2.00 for Mounted for Edition." I desirable large
Copy, or'60c "Pocket locality .
': Life insurance Company. lot. House leased to Septem- -
t Correspondence Solicited. Some FineOpportunities her 1907. All conveniences
: 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST.. and nice place. Legal Advertisements.NOTICE. DIRECTORY

i ;' ." ... '." '.." .' ..'t. " ,.. Phone 700. Pensacola Fla.

Jt., $3500-A bargain In five lots and 6- PROFESSIONAL!

HELP WANTED.RPENTERS : WANTED. room cottage on northwest ..
Notice Is hereby that application -
.. given. [
.1 corner Reus and Cervantes.
: will be made to the Governor of the W. B. BARTON

t'C..\ WANTED at wtton WANTED=-A white girl for ,general State of Florida on the 9th day of January ,
, ; good wages and payment every housework good wages and good home. A. D. 1907. or as soon thereafter as Attorney At Law.

Saturday 'afternoon. For further Information Apply 110 East Gregory street. 12dec2t to Purchase B aims In $3000-New C-room 2-story modern practical for letters patent Incorporating Offices-Fisher Building PaUfor etr"",,
J! apply at Sylvester Campbell's dwelling. on East Jackson us our associates and successors. undera Will.practice in all the state and
I stort"Va..1ngton.. 12dec WANTED lady of good reputation to street. charter, a copy of ,which application States'Courts. Twenty-three years'n1tl't.
: ; keep house and care for children. Good and proposed charter id as follows: ,. cx.perlenc
WANTID-Man&ger for branch office we wages and permanent place to right per Be it Known That we the undersigned
' wish to locate here In Pensacola. Address son. Apply to or address W. A. Nors- Home do hereby make application for letters

i, ; with references. The Morris worthy. No. 1403 ,North Davis. lldeclw REALESTATE $1200- Tor a very nice little cottageNo. patent Incorporating us our, associatesand T. G. YATES M.D.
';I Wholesale House, Cincinnati Ohio. 1000 North Alcaniz St. successors into a body litlc- and ,
li: / lldeclm THE PUBLIC to kno& that the B. H. Lot 45x125.$1400Takes: corporate under the laws of the Stateof Optician.
FaIrchild Co.; Is now prepared to reno Florida under the name of Pensacola
I TYPEWRITER. OPERATOR WANTED Tate all kind of mattresses, pillows and Bank & Trust Company under the following 306 Thiesen Building.Twenty .
to take dictation from office grapho- bolsters, in first-class style and at low- charter or articles of corporation:
phone. No knowledge of stenography est prices. Ring up phone 4S5, write P. Article I. year* experience as an Eyt
seeded. None but expert operator need $900. No. 803 East Belmont Specialist. Examination free.
O. box 483 or call 15 East Garden street The of the corporation shall be
apply. Densmore machine used. Applyin upstairs. Sdeclm street a comfortable and reasonably name ,
Pensacola Bank & Trust Company,
at once to The Clutter Music $100 cash priced house. looms OOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOODD'
person and balance $15 per month I its chief place of business and where its
House. Hdec WANTED-To buy one male goat-must buys nice four-room house with two lots and halL Stone walk In rant.
,< _. chief office Is to be located shall be Pen :
"< Middle colored be" iinsexed and well broken. Address"G on hard road at Fishenrille. ,$3000 sacola in the County of Escambla and ,
WANTED- aged womanto
Journal office Sdeclw '
the State of Florida.Article
and laundress. Good Homeopathic.
do cooking good *
$850. for artistic and 6-room II. j-
an up-to-date
wages. Apply at ente to Col. W. F. Stewart *
W.ANTED-Posftion by experienced stenographer.'Legal and hall cottage with all modern conveniences PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Jo
Ft. Barrancas, Fla., L.S.BROWN6CO.REAL The nature of the business of the corporation -
work preferred. Can A five-room on West Chase street on large shall be "General Office and Residence, 12 N. Piafox.HoursStolla.m.lto5p.m. ao
, and hall house on large a Banking &
furnish good references. Address E. L.J. .
lot, on car line. : "
, ANTED-'WhIt. woman to do light ; ..BOX %78.. 4dec2w lot near Little Bayou. Trust Co. business. receiving deposits !
housework. Apply at No. 1% East in-. t: ', ESTATE LOANS 'AND discounting and negotiating promissory Phone 65. JJ
tendencia St. 9declwWANTED LETTERS $3'5. notes, drafts, bills of exchange and other ?
.:. do the trick. They are the $850.One : INSURANCE. oooooooooootoooooooooooooFrederIck' >
best trade-getters. They get to the ; ..... evidences of indebtedness, buying and
A good cook.North Apply to 701
, business man's heart and not the wastebasket cash or Installment plan for cottage at selling exchange coin and bullion. loan- Ausfeld. F. M. Blount.
; Palafox street. 9dec The Mayes Printing Co. have four-room house on North 7th avenue No. 1205 North "D" street 2 rooms and Phone 91S Thiesen Bldg. Ing money on personal and real estate security -
a new process that makes typewritten $50 cash; balance J14 per month. kitchen. purchasing and holding and conveying AUSFIELD & BLOUNT
A\'TED-Competent housekeeper for letters cheaply and perfectly. Phone 181 : v ; ( real estate as authorized by law;
small hotel who can do pastry cooking. acting as executor, administrator, Architects
will bring a representative. 24 West $80 Each.Lots guar-
l :Must give references. Apply at once. Xi Government street.. Ides dian trustees and In any other fiduciary 312-314 Brent Bldg., 43 Moses B'dg
X. X.. Box 138 DeFunlak Springs Fla. Money to' loan at 'lowest' market rate FOR SALE. capacity acting as agent for other persons Pensacola. Fla. Montgomery, Ala.
SdeclwWANTED WANTED TO RENT-A large house In the East King Tract between of interest. corporations buying and selling real
f. close In. Will lease it if terms Pearl Eagan Home and 1* & N. railroad, FOR SALE-Thoroughly good almost estate for other persons and corporationsas
are de estate piano,
00 Mortgages on' real In this city WM. A. BORMANS
-An experienced Grocery clerk $((5 down and $5 00 per month. ,
agent or trustee ,
sirable. Address Mrs. A. M, Care Jour. newt Apollo,Piano Player, and upon commission or
good salary to one willing to work. Ad- nal. 2 dre s P. O. Box 374. 9dec All of the Maient: Tract west.of W' sale cheap to quick purchaser. AddressF. estate for other persons aa agent or trus- Superintendent

WANTED-Some one of means who will street now for,Bale. t r* : E. Mariner Bohemia, Fla. Hdec tee upon commission brokerage, collecting Office' -305 Brent BiHIdlng
COLORED HELP-We fumish'cooks, care for and educate bright boy. 14 rents dividends notes or bonds Phone 823. Peniacola, Fla.
f. maids nurses. waiter butlers, porters years old. Apply Pearl Eagan Home or FOR SALE-Just received fresh flashlights as agent or trustee and such other business
drivers, etc., OB short notice. We get Mrs. Wm. Fisher. President. ISnov and launch batteries. Phone as 'Is usually carried on and authorized -- __ .1
good help and also good positions for D. HALE WILSON & 0. 345. E. W. 'Peake New Star Laundry by law in a Bank or Trust Co. SECRET SOCIETIES.
those who want them. Southern Employment ,
WANTED-All kinds beer bottles. I pay building. Article Ill.-
Fisher Real Estate
Bureau 51% S. Broad St.. Atlanta 15c di/zen. I handle all trading brands AgencyCOLLECTION The
capital stock of the
f'. Ga. Sdeclw of wines, beers ana whlsKles,. and still 30 ,S. PALAFOX STREET FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-Half blockIn be Two Hundred Thousand Dollars PENSACOLA LODGE. NO. 3.

L\ WANTED-Housemaid!;; wtilte or colored manufacture medicine. Joe that Roth well-established corgh OF RENTS A New City, near Bay View park; will $200,000) divided Into two thousand Pensacola Lodge. No. 3, K. of P.
7 5(
corner Tarragcoa exchange for sell if shares of the value of One meets 'every Monday evening at :
r live on premises. Apply 619 ;North and Government Sts. lloct PHONE 234 cottage or cheap par Hundred o'clock'at, their Castle lied
Palafor.c 6dec SPECIALTY. taken at once Mrs. R. Owsley. 1303 E. Dollars (1100.00 per share, payable In law temporary
> ful of the United, over Pou's stable West Intendencia St.
TAILORING :Z Diamond. Tatbr. Strong. 21novlm money States, 50 percent
Visiting brethren
WANTED-Four boys with wheels for Gent clothing cleaned.. pressed and repaired Phone 87. 206 8.. Palafox St. of which'Ehan be paid in full before E. H. DENNUID. C C.
: office work. Salary $*& per month. Apply on short notice. No, 11% West FOR SALE-One second-hand heater, 1 the company shall be authorized to commence H. UORSLER, K. of R. &. s.
W, Care JournaL, 2dec Government St., Pensacola Fla. FOR RENT.FOR wooden bedstead 1 sewing machine 1 business and the remainder thereof -
woven wire cot. Cheap for cash. Address to be paid in Installments of not less
i 1014 North Alcaniz. Sdeclw than 10 per cent. of the whole amount of DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA.
WANTED-A. R. Bingham wants your RE Four-room house and kitchen Naomi Lodge No. 10/, Daughters (4
the capital each
MONEY TO LOAN. moving and hauling Ha guarantees at Big Bayou. Apply to Peter F. Some VeryDesirable the whole ,amount month of thereafter until Rebecca. meets every Monday night al
all breakage. Phone 630. Strother Little Bayou. Sdeclw CONKJbSI'S celebrated Roup Cure Chol- capital stock 8 o'clock In L O. O. F. hall. Visiting
ha been
paid all of which
era cure. lice and mite klTer as well payments Invited to be
f' THOS. PEBLEY-R 'al Estate and Loans. FOR RENT as an unexcelled Egg Proiucer. All shall be certified to the Comptroller under sisters cordially present
WANTED-The Merchants Transfer Co. Nicely furnished 8-room MRS. J. T. POLLIAM. N. a
I Upstairs corner Palafox, and Romana IlilOmesFor guaranteed and a splendid grade of the oath of the President or Cashier.
wants your "moving and hauling. All house on North HIlL second door from MRS. HATTIE NEVILLE. Sec.
l 5: Sts. 8dec breakage guvanteed T. B. Thor .- car line. For particulars address No. 8 wheat that will make your fowls lay. F. Article IV.
Proprietor. Phone 978. East Strong. Idec S. :Mellen & Co., Pensacola Fla. Phone The corporation shall begin business -
UNLIMITED amount money to loan on : Sale 334. 7nov when authorized by the Comptroller or by RATHBONE LODGE NO. 30.
all kinds personal property on short :! AlIo"TED-AU kinds of electrical work. FOR RENT-Two nice double stores on hia certificate,' and shall exist and con Rathbone Lodge, No. 30, Knights rf
notice. Terms easy. Get my rates before I sell all kinds of electrical batteriesand East Intendencia street between Pala- FOR SALE-At a bargain a barber's tinue business for a period of Ninety. Pythias meet every Thursday night al
\i. going elsewhere. Star Loan Co., 116 other electrical!' supplies. When you fox and Tarragona. Inquire at the Fisher outfit good as new; one first-class Nine years from and after date when It Castle HalL Members of sister lodge
South; Palafox. 4novlm need me ring 215 cr 95.! E. W. Peake. Real Estate Agency. 22nov barber chair; one dozen excellent razors Is authorized to begin business.Article .. and jrisiting brethren cordially inv:tej
New Star Laundry Bldg. 1::. Garden. I brushes and combs. Address ..1.M. V. to attend. J. M ROPER.. C C
JsOOO.00 to loan on good security. Pensa : mugs K R. A S.
j FOR RENT-A. R. Bingham has C. J.
storage Armstrong, Sneads Fla. Sdeclm The business of the
cola Investment Coirpany. Suoct On West Gadsden street, south front corporation shall
: ) I Ii WANTED-Second-hand sacks of an descriptions room for rent suitable for furnitureor on car line a two-story. S-room modern be managed and conducted by a Presi
: wanted. If out of town other goods. 104 and 108 South Tar. dent. VIoe-Presldent Cashier E. B. A. No. 81, meets first and
ship and Boardof M.
i MONEY. LOANED on real relate and street. Phone 639., home house: In splendid condition, recently FOR SALE-Bargain In 6-room cottageat
them to us'if; in town ring us at No. Directors and such other evenings at 7:30 ,
personal property on notice. up overhauled throughout and painted: Hill, Fla. Terms to suit. One officers and third Wednesday p. m
r Terms aSS)'. J. W. B 1arOr% South 334 or bring them to us at corner of gas. city water bath lartte. deep lot best Cottage flowers and employees as may be designated 'by the Raffurd Hall. No. 10 West IntendracU
.:: J'al&fox: SL Phone 1144. Chase and" Alcaniz Sts. F. S. Mellen & neighborhood in city-$5000.00. acre fruit BeaU. garden. Address 6declw Board of Directors. The ,Board of DIrectors street. A. O FELL. Prto.
Co. 2Sjuiy! Egbert shall consist of such number as J. L. SWEENEY. Secy.

;j 1. CAN LEND YOUR MONEY at eight FOR SALE.COW On West 'Jackson street. the most mod: may be determined on, by the stockholders -
per cent. If you have any. that y.u em up-to-date little-'cottage In the city. FOR SALE-House and lot at 1013 East not less than five. PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 4, I. O. O. F,
: want Interest on, see me about, it. It 'MISCELLANEOUS.NOTICE AND CALF FOR SALE-5-8 Jersey bath, gas electricity 7. rooms.4 cabinet Jackson street. JlflOO. Apply to G. A.Dohlstrom Article VI. Pensacola Lodge. No. 4, L O. O. F.
.t j ..ill be1 absolutely safe on real estate 1013 East Jackson street Until the officers *.
: ; 3-8 Holstein; 6 years old; giving mantles folding doors"between dining or, elected at the first meets every Thursday evening at a
L security. Leslie E.Broo Phone 462. 2 gallons. Address Box 371 or call at room and library; butler's pantry, large 818 South Palafox. 27novlm* i election shall qualify the business of the at the new hall on Belmont and Rayiei.
J' TO wAN-veryayrrow3 -When in need of fresh bread 1312 East Ninth street. lldeclw front gallery. House beautifully finishedon ii i corporation shall be conducted by Oscar streets. Visiting brethren cordial'; tavlted.
HONEY money from Jno. A. Hall & Co.. 14V and fancy pastries. ,go to the West,End inside. yard nicely laid off, beautiful ;FOR SALE CHEAP-Second-hand buggies L. Bass as President, Ford L. Wilkinsonas B. R. WITKOVSKY, K G.A. .
t E. Government St. When In need. call> Bakery, Corner Chase and Coyle streets.or FOR SALE MONDAY-A car load of Tennessee flowers, stables, large lot, best neighborhood and wagons. If you want a bargain i Vice-President George' C. Scudamore KERLE. SecretaryW.
'J:: on us.MONEY. ring phone 1518. Cdeclw horses and myles. 'This stock In city.' This is cheap place. for in a second-hand vehicle of any description as Cashier and Oscar L. Bass. Ford L. .
tc i iit I was bought low and must be sold at the money-$4750.00. : call or write W. E. Taylor. Chip-I Wilkinson William E. Mathls, George P. O. W. ,
, Wentworth. Tho C. LIve Oak Camp No. L W. 0 W
LOANED on an kinds of i MATTRESS AND FURNITURE-Mattresses once as we have no stable room. Applyto ley, Fla. 23noTlm Watson. C. Thiesen. ,
per reiWednef'daya
t. made to- order and also Stables T. E. Welles. 8dtf John C. Green, J. Walter Kehoe William I meets In Pythian hall the 1st art
sonal property on short notice Terms renovated Pen&acola or 5-room cottage and hall bath and in
each month.Ii: J'
's raey. J. B. Gray & Co.., 2 W. Romana. t ;new jttcks ,furnished. New and shower bath, hot and cold water, cabinet FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mehlen I L.the Moyer board and of George C.all Scudamore as livereigns cordially invited.F. .
directors of
second-hand 'furniture. modern are
Phone 116S- lfeb or antique DECORATIVE EVERGREENS W mantles, modern throughout occupyinga "
t Sons in < C-
& piano handsome A. BOQHICH.
bought and sold. Davis Manufac- Smilax, needle pins, holly, mistletoe, % block of ground on East Hill block rosewoodcase. residents and citizens of the State of
A bargain. Piano be I LESLIE E. BROOKS.
3 UNLIMITED amount of money to loan' :an seen Florida and more than three-fifths ClerkThe
I turing Co., 114 East Belmont street. window wreaths and other Christmas from car line good neighborhood-$3000. of
at the Kltcnen.
by calling Handy
on all kinds of personal property. Spe.L Phone 771. Z4nov decorations. Miss Annie ;Jordan. 115 Soct. whom have been residents and citizens
oial rates to business men on large North Spring street. Phone 1535. 4dec2w of said state for more than one year last celebrated Frencn dn? coffee: ,
"- loans. The New York Loan Co., 204)4 : i Modern 5-room cottage, reception hall I passed. The annual ot Jackson Sold
MISS! LEILA REESE has fresh cut flowers FOR SALE and Immediate delivery. one meeting the stock- Square. No f remiunis.
I South Palafox. on hand.* Orders taken for, special ioisALE-00-rpent country place 7: large front gallery on corner lot 50x137%. automatic tandem compound center holders shall he held on Monday after the strictly on its merits. Ask for it at
two blocks from car line on East Hill; I
occasions. Phone 282. ISnovlm I crank steam engine of about 150 horse second Tuesday In January each year
short mile
miles from Pensacola west ,I house new, lot nicely laid off wth pretty for the election of Directors your grocers.
; and two return tubular boilers 72 of the cor
station and postoffice known !
WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP of Olive as flowers large stables fronts south. It Inches diameter by16 feet For poration. Each Director shall in his
i BOARD AND ROOMS. -We house on old Jackson road 30 long. full i ,own
...... are now in cur new.quarters, 214 E. 7-mile fenced and cross-fenced with woven acres wire I Is cheap at $2450.00. particulars apply Stone" Webster Eng. own right at least ten shares of stock In Joppa Laage No. 6. I. O. O F
: Intendencla. entrance also at 215 Romans i Corporation. Box 830. Pensacola. Itnov the < Jopp* Lodge No. e, L O O F1 w*'''
RJ.:1I.'T-Rooms for rent with privilK -I and prepared to do everything in wagon fence, balance partly cleared, partly finetimber. corporation.Article VII.. every Tuesday evening at 7:30 c'":* II
Fine oaks, chestnut ,
'' of light housekeeping. Phone and I and carriage building and repairing. E. pear and I I Raflord Hall. Corner Baylen and Belir '>l
t *lh. Apply SOO East Jaokson St. 9dec I.. Herring. Phone 923; City. I4oct other trees. Stream running through; FOR SALE-8 room house good location. The corporation shall not at any time Sts. Visiting brethren cordial' invite
i __ many springs on place: also horse buggy I J. .W. Bullock Jr.Real best water in the city. A bargain. Apply subject itself to a higher amount of indebtedness C. L. SMITH, K O
:ItOQJIS TO RENT-Best In city. Mrs. M. : MATTRESSES RENOVATED-New tick harness. wagon and farming tools; 3 1'1 9th avenue and 16th street. 13novlm I or liabilities than Two Hundred C 14. WILKINS Secretary.
-r B. Preston. 11V* East Government St. furnished If desired. Guaranteed. Carpet room houses. 1 50-foot stable with Thousand Dollars, the amount of
9dec : taken up and matting laid. Leave rooms; 1 35-foot barn and other out-I FOR SALE-One fine wall Case 25 feet 1 the capital stock. The name. residenceand

,&. HOOXiS Cicely furnished upstairs con-. orders at' Watson, Parker Reese Co.'.. houses. Suitable for sanitarium, country Estate and Mortgage Loans long. 8 feet high with ribbon case 10 amount of stock subscribed by eachof
brewery or stock farming. the incorporators is as follows:
club. factory.
: \oment to car line with or' without Wesley Duncan. 7sept Reason for selling-owner has no one to !, Room 302 Bren.BuiIding. feet long case separate.for any kind Will of make merchandise.fine display -: Oscar L. Bass Pensacola.* Fla., 200 FOR ADOPTION.FOR .

board. 120 East Gadsden street.Sdeclm* MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP-Willie manage place. Great bargain as Invest- Apply to E. L. Reese. 17 North Palafox. shares, $20,000; Ford 1. Wilkinson. Pen-
Mlms Proprietor. Furniture repairing ment or for one'looking for good farming II ZOnovlm sacola. Fla, ISO shares, 15,000; William ADOPTION-One orphan boy, 1
Nicely furnished rooms, suitable, for of aU kinds. carpets laid furni land. For particulars address E. W. I Phone 637 E. Maths Pensacola. Fla.. 250 shares years old. Will be given for adop"1!
light housekeeping block and half from ture packed for shipping. Phone S3. Peake. Pensacola. Fla. New. Laundry SHIP CHANDLERS-McKlnzIe Oirtlng S2 .OOO; Ceo. P. Wentwortlv Pensacola to responsible partis. For partlct.1-
Palafox., Apply between 1230 and 1.3 Next to Tampa landing. 22aprtl building, East Chase street. Idee ; Co wholesale and retail ship crand- Fla., 130 shares, $15,000'Thos. C. Watson apply Pearl Eagan Home or Mrs. Wr;
p. In.. or after 6:00 p. In., 219 East Government : and grocers. Only first-class ooust Pensacola Fla.. (0 shares,,$;.OOO; C. Fisher, President. '
; street. 6dec2w H. ALFMAJT-Tin. Copper and Sheet FOR SALE-Half-interest In one of the kind in city. Fair prices to alL Thiesen. Pensacola. FU, 50 shares. $5,000;
Iron Worker: cornice ,work and skylIghts best furniture houses in South Alabama. I& John C. Green Pensacola, 'FUu. CO shares, ;!
A PLEASANT homelike place to board, a specialty; roofing guttering and Reason for,selling to devote more timeto WANTEDInvestment 5.000; J. Walter Kehoe, Pensacola. Fla.
i: on North Hill. 2d door from Car tine.T repairing. 109 East Government opera other interests. Call on or address W. 50 shares. $5,000; William I.. Moyer. Pen
T Phone 860." hous% building. Phone 560. Residence S. Sheppard. Florala Alallnovlm Pensacola. St. Andrews and sacola Fla. SO shares, $5,000; George C. EVENSVILLE 8
pbon! 1316. I Scudamore PensacolaFIn.! 250
,1. ;-"CELY FURNISHED ROOMS: for rent ;iSALEThoroughbred pedigreed Gulf Steamship Co. 25000. .
;; with or without board. Table board. J. ,IL PORTER. sallmaker. 71( South Pointer Puppies, $10 and $15. Signed.

4 Phone' gaa and.,bath. No. S Palafox.27nov awnings Palafox camp street. stools Orders and taken house far tents cots. Bagdad Kennels. Bagdad. Fla. llnovlm Property. .STEAMER G. BARROW TARPON.W. Matter.. Incorporators In witness of hav all.the- hereunto foregoing*ubacrib the said,dour TERRE HAUTERAILRpAD

FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER AND names this the 2Sth day of Novem
etc., Prices reasonable. JUan SALE 10,000 acres round
FOR Umber
SERVICE. nolo' ,
: HOMES.If her
ROOMT furnished front rooms land. 12.500 saw mill! timber and sawmill .
l suitable for light housekeeping Use 32-room hotel at a bargain. Several -BetweeQ- 0. L. BASS.
t. of phone and bath. Apply\ 822 East farms and town PENSACOLA. MOBILE APALACH1CO. FORD L. WILKINSON
good properties.Write
::fr Gadsden. or Phone Gentry, & Setterlind CblpJey Fla. you have a good DREWS. MILL VILLE. CEO. P. WENTWORTH

FURNISHED ROOMS for rent at 212 LOCKHART HOTEL Lockhart. Ala.. 23aept home sell I have And all point on St. Andrews Bay, Car TKOS C WATSON,
ment or a to rab ll and A aachlcOIa.SCH .
c West Gregory street Itaovlm C. THIESEX. CHICAGOand
new management newly renovated FOR SALE-Forty acres sans well timbered I EDULE. .
F nice rooms. J3attand all accommoda good house, IK mIles east of clients who willing to Leaves Pensacola, Sunday, 8.30 p. m..' J. C. GREEN,
FOR RENT-Pleasant furnished room tions. Special attention traveling! men. Olive. Fla. Address Jas. T. Gerelda p.o.1 are for Mobile,' Ala. J. WALTER KEHOE In the
;._ southern exposure. second floor. ,Corner Special rates ;to weekly boarders. J. Box 1(4. City. Leave Pencacola Tuesday 8:30 p. m., WILLIAM. L. MOYER all points
lith avenue and .12th street near East Rodgara. Prop. 28nov for St. Andrews Mlllville. Apalachleola. a C. SCUDAMORE.: ,

-t Hill -ar line. llnov FOR SALE-$25.00 cash for .Remington 1 buy.List CarrabeBe. and Intermediate points. State of Florida. County of Escambla. North and Northwest.

BROWN HOUSE-DeFunlak Springs. Typewriter In first-class writing order; I your property withme For additional Information aooly toE Personally before, the undersigned appeared .
LOST.LOST { Good bed*. airy' rooms, elegant MealS; reason for selling have no use for same J. SAUNDERS, Oscar L. Bacs Ford L. Wilkinson
I! free bath and sample rooms. Special here. Address "B." Care Journal, if want' it sold. I .R. COBS President William E. )1a.U11aGeo...P. Wentworth.
j attention ,to traveling men. Rates *2.00 Zlnovlm you General Frt. and Pat*. Agt. Pencola. Tbos. C. Watson C. Thiesen. John C. Rouni-
-A solid badge." Engraved on back per dUo J. R. Brown. Prop. .. Fla. Green. J. Walter: Kehoe Wffilam 'L. Exceptionally Low.
"G. J. I'ngerer Liberal reward fot return FOR SALE-A fine' tract of land near Moyer and George C. Scudamore each of
all Summer
; to Journal ofUIMeclw* -pen' aU the Trip Rates to
timbered whom acknowledged his signature
I American and city. Part heavily : part to the
LOST-A nice black wool rochet' shawlon Special year. summer rates. European Ftrst-class plan.In cleared. Call phone.285; or address 1102 CREW NOTICE.a foregoing instrument", and that, the .sameIs ,
Paiafox.between Cervantes and ; Pleasant East Gadsden. .. ISnovlm Neither the Captain. Owners his act and: deed. Tourist
,&. ,. First Baptist church. Reward for return 1 t lent.every Mrsr respeet.T.'I.. BoweD Prop and ,conven-Pensa- Co YAEGER nor Consign of the British In witness whereof, I have hereunto Met
': to 100 Isorth Bajiea or phone 1234.lldeclt. cola.' Fla. isapr PANAMA CANAL EDITION of The steamship cycle will be.-responsible my band and affixed my official neal, this
i- for debts contractedI. of December,' A. D. .
Journal-a magnificently Illustrated 8th day ISO*
; LOST:.:One gold-filled"gentleman's- watch i !; BAY: HOTEI! -Open night aDd day. European -.. magazine containing scores of view of 200 Thiesen Building. by the crew--ot., said vesseL W..LMACKET, 0. H. Hillman, S. 1.. Roger.
't and fob; initials "E. L." -on fob. Reward l] "plan.', Rooma light and clean. the city and harbor. For ealet all I. *** LENG.consigne. Notary Public. : **'
i for r tul"1to.. E., Forscheimer Boston>t I Transient trade solicited. 675-579 5uthPalafoa. book store or at Th .journal, office.- By Phone 686. GULF TRANSIT CO. cap :My commission expire Jan 29. 1910.desj0oawlw G.P.&T.-A. .. General AS
"'J.Bhge Store. S Wee 11 .. Jos & Nlcolau, Prop.. mall 20 c nU. UNIt EvaiwvUI. Ind. Nwhvllle, Tenfc'i'i':41 ,


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'rHE PEHSATtULA J UR'iA.aD. & -*,Y' MORNING. b El3 12,. .190t. PAGE SEVEf. .,
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t ... THE[ PRESIDENTS "old joe". SHIPPING NEWS. '. 'J" I Y e

I. I MESS CE ON whiskey. Menseie VESSELS Steamsttps.Alfred -,Ger IN as-.PORT.jergraaea.' 1283, 1

'tore's looking St. \incest. to H. Basra A Co. }
PUBLIC'SALE : Cayo Largo. Br as. Davey. 2223, Tam- t rama f
,pico to Gulf Transit Co. I
111r Up
iR I.r matyou* Ayres. Chatton to order Br as. Lelsfc 2221. Buenos '

PORTO Cycle, Br as: Long, 2227, Rio Janlero to
;Gulf Transit Co.

I good _cheer I Huelva Helsn to burc.Hyer Swed Bros.as, ScbrieL. IU. and Nervousnesswill ..

I Homburg. Ger ss, Matthlesen. 14S8, / i a<
and Rotterdam to the W. S. Keyser Co.
(Continued from First ,Page.) I Bay-break. Br ss. Low. 1904' Buenos
Ayres to the W. S. Kevser Co.
prime crop-coffee-has not shared satisfactionwhen Ida. Span ss. Araco 2160. Liverpool to certainly pull you down" ,
this It has recovered Gulf Transit Co. ..
prosperity. never
from the disaster of the hurri- j I Hargherita. Aust ss. Ivancich 2070, and nothing will so certainly build ;
I New Orleans
to Gulf Transit Co.
cane, and moreover the benefits of .you Twilight Br ss Morris 2260, Charlesto you, up as ACME MALT TONIC
throwing open our market to it has nto the W. S. Keyser Co .

not compensated for the loss inflicted I drink Avantl. Nor ship Ship Anderson. 1641. Lon- It is purely vegetable, and is creative,* liquid vitality- '
I Ii by the closing of the markets to it don to ordE'r.Ferreira. '
abroad. I call your attention to the "old joa" r Port ship Burros, (OS, Lisbonto ;nerve and tissue food conveyed to the. famished system in 4 1

:j accompanying memorial on this subject ,. Harbinger master. Bus "ship 1JS9. Algoa Bayto a form readily and easily assimilated, creating new blood, ; I ,
of the Board of Trade of San particularly pleasing: bccatse master. new life, vim and energy. It is not a mere stimulant. It ; t, i .,
Juan and I earnestly hope that some Ingrid Nor ship, Dannell. 1260. Ant- is nourishment than bread and meat and leaves -
J 'J
fnonncu! -
lit's always goc y i werp to lleK. Oerting: 41 Co.
will be taken for the benefit -
measure of the excellent and high grade Por- : !'. to Lena.order- Hal sttp Taunts, 1651, London you brimful of healthy, enjoyable life,' delightfully free .

WATCHES to Rican coffee.In ; feU mUStl1't'tamut p.tka emu.srata Barks. from nervousness an$ insomnia. '
from the pries-*c4 evtrp.kcis Afredo, Uruguayan bk. Maiagas, >S7,
addition to delegations ; Montevideo to It. H. Thornton.
Board of Trade and Chamber of Commerce : ; Alfnild Swed bfe. Svensea 1I3X Dur.-
i i ii of San Juan I also received 1"\ U. ID"t. sti wit:E+- ban ,to master. .J& Jill Drugstores or Direct From a

delegations from the Porto Rican Federation .. ,:T'" '--'. .,..' ,..'.; : La C. Palmas B. Whldden to Southern Br bk.States Morrison Lumber 34' Brewery .
of Labor and ,from the Coffee i Co. Made by Jtm.9 Brewing Co., Macau, Co. j '
Growers' Association. Guaranteed under the'National Pure I CampbeU. .Nor bk Kausken. 1109. 4--- + .
Stavanger to leK. Outing & Co.
Asks for Citizenship.: Food and Drugs Act. ; rsI +
Charles Racine Nor bk. \\aage
There is a matter to which I wish to nuster.Cbacma .
i DIAMONDS to call your special attention and that Nor bk Jorgecsen. G7.

t is the desirability of conferring fun, PENSACOU COPPER WORKSM. Fleetwood Hereford,to Nor cider.bk. Jensen. lUG, Rosario f
I Iand American citizenship upon the peoples!I to order. tk
i{ of Porto Rico. I most' earnestly hope A. BAKER,& CO., PROP'S. Helmdal ,Nor bk. Henaea. 1354. 1l'ill I-
Manufacturers Seamless Turpentine Stills, to order. i
I that this! will be done. I can not see Pensacola. FJa. Hvucberto. Span. bk. 1111 Battle. Havana -
j how any harm can possibly result from! to order.ingebiorg .
I it, and it seems to me a matter of Nor. bk. Bid, 1250. East Lon. GAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COM PAN.Y
t' right and justice to the people of don to order.Isabel '.
Browne Bus bk. Llntlquist. 1231 W. T. BEDWEI.U: PRES. AND'MANAGER.
II Porto Rico. They are loyal, they are Hull to master. Prepared to do all electrical repairia on short notice. Ring phone 170 t4nj, a t' }
glad to be under our flag, they are Kink Oscar II. Nor. bit. Johnson 7SX representative will call* W T. Bid well. President and Manager, 205 S. a7len % .
JEWELRY Rosario to A. Zelius.LUla. .
tr et. K
making rapid progress along the path Nor bk. Aanousee.; 1C30 Santosto _._
I --- --- --:--- -- -
G cf orderly liberty. Surely we should order.Lysgitnt
show our appreciation of .them, our Nor bk. IIansen,133.%. Swakop- BSSK2B1 <_Emm ; .:, ,1

pride in what they have done and our i mUM Maria to, ilcK Ger 111 OertinaCo.;. i"j ncb, 19U, Kings s 49 1
.. I pleasure in extending recognition for Lynn to master. Heath &; Milligan's Railway ,
Ital bk. Slmonetta.146S i
what has thus been done by granting listing Madre

For the Holidays I them full American citizenship. Un- All Work,Tested and Guaranteed. Negpore, Genoa, Nor to bk order.Ojerdsea., 1128. East White Lead lr '
der the wise administration of the Write us for prices. We can interest you. London to A. Zeliua.Olivari. .
F ltal bk. Costa Genoa to order
present governor and council marked
I progress has been made In the difficult Ophelia. Nor bk Lar son. 1127. Bahia 'We have the agency for this popular ,and -. '

matter of granting to the people of the M5MILLANBROS.CO.corn I ItADNUFACTURrgS Bianca to Gulf Transit Co. superior White Lead. It excels in durabil- l
f Pallas Nor; bk. Johnson 1219. Plymouth +
Island the largest measure of self got
to A. Zeltua ity, whiteness and covering capacity. Eight 4 : -E
SALE NOW ON .J ernment that can with safety be givenat Robert Scrafton. Nor bk Morthensen. ..
the present time. It would have f54. Barbadoes McKenzle:: ; Oertlng & cents per pound.Saunders ,
been a very serious mistake to have TuRP$11J
1 faster than have already ae Co.Superb.. Nor bK. Ullch 1934. Antwerp .
and closes the gone any we
I on j to A. Zebus & CoUnlac Mill Company .
gone in this direction., The Porto Ricans Port tk. Cachln 891. Rio Ja- :
Eve of Chistmas. I have'ccmplete and absolute' lero to master Phone. 71 7. 21 East Garth Street. 4,,. ,
autonomy in all their municipal
I Doris. Am sen, Eastman. $10, Havanato -
: the only power over them J. A. Merritt &; Co.
f possessed by the insular government Donna Christina Am sen, McLeod. 163. #
I being that of removing corrupt or J : lelire to mastrr. E

,I; Having been unable to, make satisfactory arrangements I Incompetent municipal officials.' Thispov.er Allanwilde.. Am Barkentines.bktn. Grace. 64.. Man- 5
I s has never been exercised save inUle to master
h : with a jeweler's auctioneer to make k; on the clearest proof of corruption or* ;SMITHS*-. MORI/ LCt,ALA.wor\fcns| l Erl Beatrice ltal bVtn. Marcben... Savona to 1

r 1 my annual l auction sale, I have decided tomake a of izp'inconlJdenee-such the interests of the as people to jeonard-of the j j ----. --- badoes laster.Thyra to Dan order.bktn Rai munsen. %60, Bar- Pay for Gifts With Checks

great private sale and take these means of making island it has; and been under fearlessly such circumstances used to the! : Send in your orders now il! .:;

,-.t the announcement'. By this sale, the public ., not Immense a power benefit with of which the people.it would It besafe Is MAFitE:1iNAVAL( REP RT for extra copies of The Jour- ,

4 will have a chance to buy their Christmas presents for the sake of the island itself, nal's big Christmas Edition I Ian
j to dispense at present. The lower Place your money in the bank and pay for t J. '
: at greatly reduced prices-in fact they willet -' house is absolutely elective while the 6 STORES. and they will be_ set aside gifts by check. You will be Surprised how t -.
c upper house is appointive. This ivannah Ga., Dee. 11.--The naval for i, f "

, 1 auction bargains at private sale. This_ will 4'' scheme Is workIng well; no Injusticeof WW stores..market........closed....'...to-day.....;..as...follows....6 85VO : you.Real much farther your money goes by this : :J J I .

be a CLOSING OUT SALE OP UNREDEEMED any kind results from It, and great \ ................................( 75 method 'it will prevent the useless 1- i.1
Estate as spend-
benefit to the island and It should N ............. 25B ,
;. PLEDGES and. of the two stocks Jewelry certainly not be changed at this time. 11 ................:4..1................... 60 15> Following is a llst oi the' real estate! ing of many little amounts. e E 1: : 'r a

Election Machinery.The f :::::::::::::::.p..b....:..:...:.::::::.4 40 transfers recorded yesterday ,furnished by '
the Pensacola Abstract Co.
recently purchased from machinery of the elections Is ad- II ..................................4 15 j interest '
J ministered entirely by the Porto Rican G ...............;............ .....4 05 DEEDS.Dec. Compound paid in saving depart ;: >
P ..,.4.00 to 4 05B 11,' 1906. 11
I'. ai i people themselves, the governor and ::.:::.:::::::::?.::::::..-:........400 \V. IT. Carney to H. P. Davis-The ment.
: Trustees' Sale. 3 council keeping only such supervision D ..............,....................395C south % of the northeast U of Sec 12. Tp
. .j i I as is necessary In order to Insure an .................,...>.:...........390 5 1 N R 33 W, SO acres. more. or less- r
Spirits Turpentine W ents.pen.s 5 360:00,
orderly election. Any protest as! to

i'I I At Chicago, Illinois; and Des Moines, Iowa. electoral frauds!; is : settled in the cora: Cotton.'Market.?. of U.the S.southwest to Robert V Brexton* Of Sec-The 4, Tp east 2 N H, i t.< ll llOF'
: courts. Here'again It would not be The fol'owlng :P coI 'cotton quotatIons R 31 W 80 acres-Patert 't
'I'! d for spot cash. safe to make any change In the present are furnished: by J. P. O'Connor &; Robert Brcxton to W. P. Beard-The NATIONAL BANK V
east i,S of the southwest U of Sec 4. Tp 2 1
!i ,I The public will have an immense stock to se. were gjstem.ab lutE'lordprl The elections,.-, this year Co., F. O. B. cotton brokers., Pensacola N, R U W 80.62 acres-JSOO.CO.
unaccom- Florida Kathryn Hamilton,to W. P. Beard f fr
i i lect from, consisting of Watches, Diamonds,,Jew- R panied by andisturbance; and no Good fiddling .......................1014 The south % of lob 2 In the southwest >i PENSACOLA. FLA. j ,t
protest has been made against the Strict Middling _.....................10 of the northwest % of Frac Sec 14, Tp 1N -t-
I 1! : city of all kinds, Sterling Silverware of leading ,i management: of the elections, although MUion?! ............................. 93, R II -JJ2000. : '.
.................. z ;
Strict Low Middllnc: t% : Ie to W. P. Beard-The
makes, bearing the Trade Marks of the Manu- three contests are threatened where Low Middling .. ...................... S% northwest Mary Jane U of the southwest Vt of Sec. Designated Depositary of the United States. J f :.j :
l t I facturers. the majorities were very small and error 10, Tp 2 N, R II W 40.12 acres-J100,00.() i." ;y
claimed the W. P. B'ard-SO Ii
was : contests of : : Harrison Sunday to "
4 course, to be settled in the courts. In acres of lot J. of fractional See 14, Tp 8 N, I'W. l'
wholesale .
Some of the bargains at and retail l.00. ti i
short the governor and council are W. K. Jr.. Vice-president and '
President Hyer Cashier.
.. 'I W. P. Beard H. Knowles. ei .;
: Co to .
Escambia Realty
for spot cash are as follows: cooperating with all of the most enlightened W Lots 11. 12 and 1J, block %61, New City Thos. W. Brent, Ass't Cashier. W. N. Robert. Ass't Cask!.,. ; .. "
I and most patriotic of the = =: : = : -: : : ': : Tract-II.00 and other good add valuable Director*-P. a Brest W.A. Bleunt.VT. H. Knowles. W. K.Hyer Jr.. '
:I Solid Gold Rings, Chains, Bracelets, Lockets, people of Porto Rico In educating the onsidera tions. D. <3. Brest. t.i' "

l I etc. I citizens of the Island In tie principle? Special to The Journal. Robert Knowles to W. H Mitchell-Apiece I.' 'J'I. i
chains 7H
of land being 2Vi
of orderly liberty. They are providing Bluff Springs. Dec. 10.-Mrs. Sharpewho chains and lying !In .ec SI, Tp S N, R JO 1 "
i Sterling Silverware, Rogers' Tableware government based upon each ---------- it"
.J ] has been 111 for the past west Is W-SUO.Oo. ,f f
citizen's self-resoect, and the mutual W. Dean-A lot .
up again. J. N Andrews to John 1 il
I Rich American Cut Glass. respect of all citizens; that Is, based]I Mr. Abb Kamsay. of Bay Minette,, of land in block) U, East KIng Tract east JOHN
of L. i NV B, R. beginning 40 feet from : CasAtea J.W.
100 Elgin Waltham and ether. makes -15- vcon a rigid observance of the principles -,Is visiting his sister, Mrs. Porter. the northeast comer of King &; Gonzalez; :
I of r of justice and honesty., It has!I Mr. Nell Gentry has returned this o, streets, thence north 30 feet, thence east THtAMERi 7NAtBANK '.if-
jewel movements. not been easy to Instil into the mindsof work at Mobile after visiting his 110 feet, thence south 30 feet, thence west. t
110 feet to point of beginning5230.00.ii
people unaccuatrraed to the exercise I parents et Bluff Springs.
Hale Wilson to T. F. Bludwerth- ,
Solid 14 and 18 Karet Gold Watches with
\ high of freedom the of Bluff
1 two basic principles The people Springs are I The south 125 tot of the west H of lot CF PtNSACOl, Fl*.
grade movements. Filled cases, railroad adjusted yr of 'our American system; the busy making syrup now. 2 and the eat-18i feet of lot 3, block 46,
\ principle that the majority must rule I Mr. Sim Gentry has returned this o I East King Tract East Tarragona St.- Opera House Building. _: fto "' _: ,
watches, with 17, 19; 21 and 23 jewel. 'move and the nrinclole that the minority has home after spending Sunday night $100.00. -
; \ rights which must not be disregardedor with his sister in Pensacola. Robert Bear "to Phillip "Hannah-Lot 1 DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. Jt.
ments. t and the east,t,,* of lot 2. block *S. (: '
I trampled upon. Yet real progress, Inere will be services at Pleasant son's addition-$1.CO and other BE-tter-I I-
20 and 25-year Filled cases to close 'out at $10. has been made In having these prlnrl-j I Hill Baptist church next Sunday valuable conaiderationsand A CAPITAL STOCK, 200000. SURPLUS $60.0&0. r-' -1 :' ,
pies accepted as elementary as the There will also be a Sunday school C. V. Smith to D. Hale Wilson-Lots : '
t:: Higher grades proportion.. t. foundations of successful self-govern- convention Saturday before the third 14 to 20, inclusive of block OTract street. East-1100 King.00 DIRECTORS. ; f i. .! T (
I Tarragona
i I ment: Sunday in December. and.other East.coosideratictis. Henry L, Covington .Frank Rellly, F. E. Browner, t.: :
I transmit herewith the report of Christmas will, soon be here and we E. W. Reese td A. H Green. Sr-Be- J. M. Pfeiffcr, W. S* Rasasco C. W. Lamar, (. f,i: '
I the governor cf Porto Rico. sent to!I wish .everybody a good time. frinning at the north we..t corner of Mc- Bryan Duimody.A. T. F. JrfcGourin, J.R. Saunders, .'- : :t 1 ;
Largest.Stock J the President through the Secretary I Naiar block in Sec. 18. Tp 2 S, R 30 W. M./ncry. W. "Milton\ 0. E. Maura, I
of Diamonds in West Florida
thence running south 30 feet thence east
I of State. 340 feet, thcnc north 30 feet thence W.L. Cowlhon, Dr. W. J. Hannah MeKenzIeOertingME. -4 _rk : t
All the insular governments should east to point of beginning-$100 and Alex fdcGewln. C. Covington Clark. .:; ':f ; -

Diamond Rings from $5 to $1,000. i be placed in one bureau. either in the other. W.valuable H.rel.tl: considerations.J. ) A. H. Green.. Sr. Beglnnirsr clcty (Sian hexes ter rut tllUt, ILLS end J5I lie year. Frtvrte apartment .i 1 J =

r Department of War or the Department at a point 30 ff'et'utb of the north- for the convenience of customen. ,
in ccccecUoa :1" ; j.I
Diamond Ear Scr from $10 to $750. "
ews y i of State. It is a mistake! not BO to east corner,of the AIcNair block: In Sec. "

Diamond Bracelets from $15 to$100. ," i arranse our handing these islands < l feet IS, Tp thence 2 South east R.340 30 west feet,. thence to point south of b*;11.I Foi-rperctnt l ter..tP.ld en Tim. Deposits. j t
J I at Washington as to be abl to take I ginning-Jl.00 and other valuable consrierations. : 1+ 1

., Diamond Lockets from $10 to $100 11 advantage of the experience gained I and' Cons Co., .j ,Ili ;
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Development -
Pensacola -
Ii in one when dealing with the problems "
Diamond Necklaces from $250 $1,000. that from time Buy t& W. A. Cre1'haw-Lot 2. block w. lot J. S. REESE. ,B. M. CART J- W. DORR. W. K. RUIN '
to to time arise. In
S :. block $S. lot 1 block 24 lot 9 block ; President VJce-lTwIUent. Ca Uer. Assistant-Cashier.. f .
another lot 19. block, 14*, lot :Z. block 49; lot 2. '
] I Diamond Link Buttons, Studs: Scarf p ins, 3.t In conclusion let me exnress my admiration block J:3.lot 8. block M: lot 8. block 108. THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA. '.f h: : '. f
Ii 61 ail in Beach Haven Tract
block + t
lot 3. ;
Brooches etc. for the work done by the WiiSkyThat ) 35000., CAPITAL $100,000. SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED. PROFITS 25000. .; : ..
DIRECTORJ. $ r \ ,
Consresa when it enacted the law under Pensacola Developrtent and Cone. Co. ,..
t jf,I which the Island Is now being! 'ad- to A. J. lareuky & ,H. T Parker-Lot J. I100TON. R.- )I. CART. L. J. REEVES, i"
tic J s. REESE W. DeC KESSUOl "
"j block 41 lot 4, block W. A
1 1 block e lot 23. ;
s,|, ministered. After seeing the islandpersonally 107 lot K block 129 lot 14. b.ock. 108; an A General Banking Business Transacted and Accounts Solicited; Ships Disburse >'; I
J I and after five years' X'f't"I- reputation In Beach Haven Tract5175.00.Pensacola menu given Special Attention. !

f3 a il P. S.-I have a Safety Vault Fire and Burglar Proof and I am I|. ence in connection with its administration -R Development- and Cons. Co.. -
prepared to take good care of your articles of value and will make r i it is bat fair to those who devised for Purity. to Mrs. L. J, MareilV Lot 5, block 4SBeaci ,
; I liberal advances at the lowest rate of Interest. Business strictly. this law to say that It would be Haven Traet-fUO. ATIONAL-BANK" )j
confidential. 228 South Palafox Street ALEX. LISCHKOFF, Prop. x i THE CITIZENS
., i well-nteh; Impossible to have devised Itbjustaseasytosc- A Traedy.
I any other which In the actual working On Sunday be bought it
.r r would have accomplished better results. curt theipore' article l) And 'started' to read PENSACOLA ; r- :!

for tilt Sanlc monq tha.t.ou. Penning the pages A General Banking Business Conducted en a Safe and _Contervatlvt E ''

w I: I White THEODORE House. ROOSEVELT.The pay for the asfolterateL: ; If At motoring. cpeed. ., .. -Baal&i.. t \

ALEX..LISCHKOFF December 11, 1906. Pare Whisky Is what! you The morning of- Wednesday Correspondence Solicited. -R. M. Bushnell. Cashier. :1:.'' t; ".-
I Revealed hire half throDgh I

: SIR, KNIGHT Special ATTENTION conclave I of want, ask for jI .ii J J. J I J Bat tired as the dickens ...___ 'apt,, *' I

ff4 : I 1 "r Coenr De Leon Com- MOORE And thoroughly Wue. ,
'.-. tnanderjr .Jfo. 1. ; I
I 226 South Palafox Street \.' l / Knlsht. T a mplar. 7.30p. : 1189 When Friday came trippingIt JNO. B. MAS3ET. cret4ry. 1>
nt, Friday I>cem- found him ,In bed, &C1tky" :
b+r 14th. Worte in
II the Order of the Tern- With fifty four pages

I Pensacola Ha. Opposite CqSt oil.I o lSe. \ We.are Sojourning Fun Sir nniform.Kn1ght PENSACOLA.XSTRIBUTO ft*. On Remaining Saturdaymorning unread. Wholesale Domestic Anthracite and Retail and Dealer Blacksmith In Steam, COAL r 1 ,. .J
i courteously larttwt '}
flickered and died. 93. ,
Handled Exclusively by- He Office: 43 $ Palafox St. Telephone e...
whole am1c'sectiOD Yard Comer Tarragona and Gonzalez ;
HARRY w. The
Street. Yard phones ft and 972. :'1
a .Untouched by his rid* 4
W. H. NEEDHAM RaG. Riera & Schad, Props. -Paul Cook. 1l'r"j


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,.. DECEMBER, 12, 1908.I .

!}Ii :' ,- ''lpUBtiC' WURKS[ 5 I PENSACOlA! DANK Pure B(()) K5- '

1 I hare cut out btood-and-t&nM*,h.

BOARD HELDSESSION I nowdft AND TRUST inhabitant novels but I have a stock of ; ? {k14!

standard. strlctl

SAnd COMPANY Chimney Corner series 49 or SO
Horatio Alger Jr.. tlL'by !
"th Am_-......
t Henty. at SOc. others, price {:.

Ideal series, 40 titles by G. A. n
at.25c. Mr. Henty Is KIng of Story
Yi4 era for boys. All boys will r z3 tie ?
Took Up Garbage Dis- Gives Notice of Applicationto lee with eager and unflagging Inter'tor.
are' all
episodes graphic ez..:.
realistic, and in many of his tacos t:
3:. posal Matter, Askingfor the Governor for a .. tortcally true. The tendency j to ?!i
formation of an honorable, nu ,3
even heroic character. *
,Charter.As .
a Crematory.The .
Uttle Men series, by favorite boys
Board of Public Works held a i 1 RED thors, at 35c i*

-- special session last night, with Chairman I c 94vf will be seen by reference to the Young'Patriotic series by snch! anft -
r=. I Zelius, :Mayor Bliss and Mr. Dan- 4 NY h / columns of The journal. this morning .. as Ellis, Chlpman, Otis at SOc.
: -
+ iel present. The meeting was for the Pensacola's banking
\ new company
... Rover Boys' series at 40c.
r purpose of acting upon several matters the Pensacola Bank & Trust Company, .: "

t ,.. ... referred to the board by the City gives notice, of application to the governor Juvenile histories of the United g.>t
r Council at Its last meeting. for a charter to do a general England Ireland. Germany g a
After passing petitions from TEPRIDE OFTHES'3ti1ll' /'TOP France, Japan Heroes of His:-rf r?'
T rt upon y ; banking and trust business end deal : at 75c. tlt-
i many merchants'requesting, permis- in real estate. 4 .
Choice Shirts 50 cents to $2.50. sion to place signs of certain character The capital stock of the new company : If you want ,to spend more fir "th tbs
in front of their places of business Made Under U.S. is placed at $200.OOO, and among I boy" than. 25c'to lac, let me p'.:k 0".1\
:II' Every kind worn by mankind Is here-Plain, Plaited, Negligee and the board took up the matter : # the stockholders are some of the half date a and dozen treasure of tie all above of them., he wm app'..
,D,*... Men who want all the shirt wear possible for their money, will. *ee of a suitable lot upon which to build : Government Inspection prominent men of the city. While -

II 1v,. our They Shirts tit before the form buying easily, naturally and stables for city stock. The stock of i many of them are named there are f "<
comfortably.. '
Shirts make fine Christmas: gifts. this department is now cared for in' still others interested in the new concern :: mIE
I'l buildings adjoining the police station who are eqnauy prominent in
i and inasmuch as this space is all to The Southern Cottnu Oil ColnpaiiyCAPUDINE business circles in Pensacola. The / i ,

be used for other purposes it is neces-i Pensacola Bank & Trust Company Manager De Luna Book Store,
sary to secure other quarters and the I promises to be one of the strong finan-
,. council has purchased' site In the : cial institutions of this section of the FZRPIXAXD) WTSTHEIMERft SONS Ds Luna SL, Phone 1491,

THE JOHN WHITE STORE purpose.northern section_ of the city for this I HICKS state. -- The_ Officers. CWCWIU.T10_ LOVISVllLC.KY JTJOttPH.MO''

The board however does 'not deem The officers' who w.U conduct the !
this location suitable'for the purposefor !business of the' until the first
Specialists in Men's and Wear concern
which it is to be used, and formu election has been delayed in transit The KNOWLES BROS.
1j: Phone 225 '205.207 S., .PAUFOXCHILDREN'S lated a report to be submitted to ts! 1' 1"1i t MMUMUJ cum President are-: Oscar It Bass. meeting of the commission la,for this
council objecting to the lot purchaseand HEADACHESpmacpCOLDS VIce-President-Ford I*. Wilkinson. purpose and the following' amend Insurance.FIRE .
ii specifying others that can be s: Cashier--George C., Scudamore. ment to the rules and regulations of
cured. The report will probably re Ii H.ara Directors-Oscar L. Bass,. Ford L. the commission will be considered: LIFE, ACCIDENT, MARINE.
ommend,the lot soutn of St. Michael: "17. Whenever 'shipments have General A ut> '>f
MM.*.** ***>** Wilkinson William E. Mathis, Geo. P. i''>>.
N................................................... cemetery which is owned by the city Wentworth Thos. a.Watson, C. Thie- been received by any railroad company .r.: -The
1 : Want a Crematory.A sen, John C.,Green' X Walter Kehoe, such shipments destined to stations <1 EquitableLIFE
resolution was passed: stating William L. and C. within a distance of fifty miles
that inasmuch as the board is prohib .. Scudamore.To. from starting.point shall be delivered OF NEWYORK

I IBudd's ited from placing garbage outside the Easy to Get Rid of Them With Open January 10. within two (2) days from 7 o'clock p. ...
i SHOES i city in the city and In the clay pit, .309 South Palafox .eet.
Stern's Electric Paste. While the officials-, the new com m. the day of Issuing the bill of lading -
that it hal no place to place this garb- I -' pany anticipated opening for business and one day's additional time
age, and recommends the appropria-: Nothing can be easier than to rid about January 1, it will possibly be for each additional fifty miles or fraction -
: tion of a sum sufficient to provide a the house, barn store of ,
I. or rats and about January 10 before the building thereof; and for failure to transport
: T crematory of a capacity large enough mice by using Steam's Electric Rat will be ready for occupancy. All of such shipments within the time
of the of the I
to dispose garbage city
and Roach Paste.
the necessary fixtures have been or! prescribed the railroad company shall ChristmasBOX
i Maloney's Godman's' in a sanitary-and acceptable manner., ,This. Paste contains a peculiar dered and will arrive and be Installed I forfeit and pay to the consignor or

i There Is danger In ,constipationavoid chemical that creates a burning ; as soon as, the contractor completes consignee the sum of two dollars per
, ,it by using a remedy that is thirst, and the rates and mice, after the lower portion of the Blount building I day on all car-load freight and one
.i i guaranteed to give prompt relief and eating it, rush out of doors for water.I which is to be occupied by the cent per hundred pounds per day on

keep you regular. I... I... I.,. (Lamar's and soon die. I bank: The bank will have, offices at package freights and freights in less
t + The very best that money and skill can s Lemon Laxative.).. It Is sold under an absolute' guarantee the corner, which are most desirable. than car-load with minimum chargeof PAPERS
. of satisfaction twenty-five cents for any package;
produce ,in just any size, style, or kind you Steam's Electric Paste is sold I I provided the shipper makes demand BOOKS

i might want. everywhere or sent prepaid on receipt TO CONSIDERNEW therefor In writing within thirty days ,
PANAMA CITY. of price. 2 box 25c. 16 oz.
[ : ] oz thereafter; provided farther that in CARDS.
For Baby sizes the prices 60c $1.75.I box 100. Steam's Electric Paste Co. no case shall'the penalty on any ship-
are to .
Buffalo N. Y., (formerly Chicago, III) RULESFLORIDA ment exceed the 'value of the goods

. nsizes 5 to 8, the prices are 60c to $2. In Special to The JournaL r transported. The period of time during CALENDARS,
Panama City Dec 10.Mr. A. B. which the movement of trains Is suspended -
I sizes 8to 11, ,the prices! are $1, to $2.50. In Steele president of the Atlanta and for any cause not within the PICTURES,

. sizes \\yz to 2, the prices are $1.25 to $3. nied St Andrews by Superintendent Bay Railroad Dormer accompa-have All JURYCASES COMPEL RAILROAD ROADS COMMISSIONMAY TO PAY added power to of the the time road to allowed prevent herein.shall" be and thousands of pretty and

;, You can get just the shoe you want from Z been City spending locating several their terminal days In Panama prop-- CONSIGNEE DEMURRAGE. Send in your orders now useful gifts of every descrip--

i us. Thousands of pairs to select from. i here erty. busily The surveying engaged corps setting Is final still for extra copiesof The Jour- tion.

i :I stakes ,and are making every effortto POSTONEDl IN'U. Notices of an important meeting of nal's big Christmas Edition
begin grading as soon as possible.
Florida Railroad Commission to will '
The railway party accompanied by the and they be set aside -
; be held Dec. 18, have been received in
of the
Captain West, general manager for

i I WATSON PARKER & REESE Co I Gulf days Richard Coast around Madden Development SL Andrews have spent Co.Bay, and several In Mr.a U.U .C RT railroad this city companies may and adopt at that to rules pay'time compelling demurrage the commission you.SANITARY CONCRETE. I Gem Book Store,

launch, and examining the pass to the to the consignee of freight 'where it ----,
"EVERYTHING : Gulf. They have been .getting neces- .' : BaUtU1f Material of the Fatare sad i iIU C. R. Johnson, Prop.
sary data for having same opened in j iI" "" ..T..talfee.The .
..__ the near future. The Juryment Were Dis- $too REWARD, $tOO. of concrete the Plane 230.
0N.NNN..N..........................tNNN..NN Mr. Steele stated that while he was The readers- of this paper will be advantages on
and %rwi i < i ?vnrcharged pleased to learn that there is at least mechanical side are these:It Is proof
In Ohio last week he purchased
................................................ shipped a modem steam shovel which {Yesterday JJntil been one dreaded able to cure disease In alt that its science stages, and has against fire wind and water, rata in-
would reach Cottondale, by Saturdayand that Is Catarrh. Halls Catarrh Cure is sects and dry rot and the danger of
then dirt will fly between White January 14. the only positive cure now known to the electricity. It needs no painting or re Christmas Evergreens.Holly .
A PORTABLE FIRE medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional -
| Lake, Compass Pond and Panama disease. requires a constitutional pair. :Fire or water overflow Inside can
t-- City and with the grading being treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is do only local damage to the contents of
i pushed from the bay we should have taken internally acting directly upon the a room and no more.
All in the United States court,
Is one of the handsomest imaginable. In cases blood and mucous surfaces of the system
r i arguments trains into Panama City
running Then the which are to be heard by juries have thereby ddestroylng the foundation of the It becomes stronger and harder with Mistletoe, Wild
,[ 5 Any home or office can have one by usinga :: a struction very few of months.our enormous/docks con will been p postponed .until January 11. disease building and up giving the constitution the patient strengthby and assisting ace, which is, of course, an advantage, ,

i begin which It Is estimated will cost This announcement was made yester- nature In doing its work. The except when additions 'or alterationsare Smilax, Needle Pines, Magnolia : -
i of million dollars, proprietors have so much faith In Itscurative made, involving hard work to cut ,
GAS HEATER II about one quarter a day by Judge Swayne and the Jury offer Hundred Foliage Moss: etc. Put
: and by the latter part of 1907 large discharged Jefuh;; : ythis aynt falls the walls and floors. There are no I ,
vessels from all ports of the world men were ordered until to cure. Send for list of testimonials. leaky roofs no damp or cold east or up in assortments suitable
T Just the thing for heating up the* bath room hall will be coming In and exchanging that date, when they will again,report Address F. J. CHENEY &. CO., Toledo north rooms. There Is great economyof

'-_ i business at Panama City, particularly for,duty. Ohio.Sold by an Druggists.' 75c.Take heating. Being a firm mass throughout for parlor, church, hall or
.J or knocking the chill l off the bedroom nights and from the West Indies and South The cases on,the docket to be heard / Halls Family Pills for constipation. like a house made of baked clay church decorations.
Gas"heafers American trade.Arrangements by juries are principally criminal actions there Is no vibration, and in case one
mornings. .$1.50 to $10.Pensacola all made to accomplish
: the construction 01 the roadas and several of them are from spot of the foundation should be under- Orders taken and delivery
r the naval reservation. It is expectedthat mined the well knit structure '
+ and labor can do 1L might
I fast as money when
before the date announced for guaranteed promised.
0 When this division is completed an not show ao much as a crack. It Is
Gas 'Company | extension from Dothan to Opelika, the jurymen to report Judge Swayne practically earthquake proof.
will have rendered his decision on the E. M. Pooley
Ala., will be commenced Immediately, Concrete la healthful because It ,
i Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. 'I a distance of about 100 miles, makinga question raised as to the jurisdictionof leaves no fissures for dust or for in- 501 W. Chase St. Phorr 1:'1.
court to hear where acts
the cases
>.NNNN................>....................*...+* total line of about of the 200 miles richest long cotton and are committed outside of the en- I sects which spread disease It.Is cool Will call with Catalog on rer -t: ,

developing and timber one sections in the south.. closure of the navy yard' or not in in summer and warm In winter and
some government building. with a minimum of exertion can be
TALKING OFPICTURES I kept sweet and clean On the artistic

ISHOES I side M the house beautiful It lends BE
Words.MANY CONDITIONALENLISTMENT Itself to sculpture and painting, and as ,

Comforting an object on the landscape it can be SUCCESSFULTO

made a Joy to"the eyes.-Country: Life.
In America.
AND / reminds me of Coe'. Book Store... The A PENSACOLA HOUSEHOLDWILL
mOlt complete 'picture display you ever Little >Economies.I BE SUCCESSFUL YOU,MUST
aw. Framing of all sorts done quickly FIND THEM SO. PENSACOLA NEGRO WOULD NOT once made up my, mind" said a .

HA TS carefully and neatly. Gibson, Cnst and London man, "that I would becomethe BUY RIGHT.
To have 'the pains a
miscellaneous .
pictures ready 'framed in possessor of a good gold watch. I

great profusion. All are welcome. They bad ,back removed be entirely A NEW TROOP. saved up the money for it In this way:

want everyone to see these beautiful pic urinary When I felt like eating a shining TO
dangerous GO
tures. free from annoying TO BUY RIGHT{
I luncheon as I often did I kept>> It
Make Desirable disorders. Is,enough to make any i The Montgomery Advertiser of Sunday down to tenpence. I put the twopence

kidney sufferer grateful. To tell how I contained the following regarding saved toward my watch fund. You

Henry Sheppard. a Pensacola negro, Women's Juliets will hardly believe but with
Gifts this great change can be brought I the me little JOE COLEMANWhere
who has re-enlisted In army: f economies 1'ie this I had in less than
comforting to hundreds who '
about will prove "Henry Sheppard a negro
BX! months saved to
halls from. Pensacola, has: just been Our New enough' buy my
Juliets are
More especially thosewe COI'S'BOOK STORE of Pensacola readers. the gold -wat h." "But,": said a listener
I given a very peculiar privilege by
sell. Value is their I :J. M. Bullard, residing at 120 East enlistment officers of' the United Handsome. "where Is your gold watch! You are you can make your selection

.distinctive and Brent Building. Phone 235. Intendencla St, says: "My kidneys States army. He ,Is'a former soldier, That They are Comfortable Beyond wearing a poor little gun metal thing." from a full stock of wearables forman <
'quality a having served two terms of enlist Any Other Winter Foot Covering "Well" was the rl'plr."when I found youth and boy. Grades ano

t gift that is useful is have bothered me off and on for years. ment, with, honorable discharges for how easily I could get along; without brands from the best manufacturers ,"

doubly appreciated. I!The secretions were Irregular, distressing both. In re-enlistins: he was pei-nuto Every Woman Knows That has Ever, shilling luncheons I concluded I could the country, such as Eagle Shirts

Coal and Wood and annoying. After sittingat to name a condition upon which he Worn a Pair. get along with a ten shilling-watch instead Knox and Stetson Hats, King Juali'r.
would agree ,to again join the army.!Several Styles and All Sizes. of a ten pound one. So that the Snow and Florshelm Shoes and Gar
Beacon Light Shoes. I my work my back' would become "He was In the 25th Infantry and watch fund grew until.It purchased for Underwear, with theswellest

$3.00.Stetson We deliver Ice Coal Charcoal and lame and sore and ache severely. I the 9th Cavalry when in the army be- $1.00 and $1.50. me my own house."London MalL ger's lot together ever
T of holiday goods
Wood anywhere' In the city. We can fore, serving last In company .
supply you In any Quantity and our procured Doan's Kidney Pills and the 9th Cavalry In this troop he had We Have Many Other StylesIn sad saw.' Fancy Silk Vests, Neckwear,

Hats; service Js always prompt. while..1 cannot say that they curedme a fine reputation. as. sharpshooter, Aalatal. Ral.. Gloves Suspenders.
x IH. Steam and Domestic Coal. as i have only used one box they but this reputation was :dimmed by Women's House It seems strange that'no'animal on- Just the right thing for a
$3.50. WOOd. Cut, Any Size. marked relief! I havea the fact that the troop boasted another Foot Wear. less It be the.squirrel seems to build
have given me Hawkins byname
t sharpshooter,
itself a shelter.wltii the
E. G. SEWALL friend a carpenter who swears by who Is accounted one of the Boudoirs in Black, Red, Blue keeping 6'*tne> ram,"which express they objectof all Xmas Present

loan's Kidney Pills and he has often best in all the.regtmenta-of'the army and Pink. so much dislike Monkeys .
are miser
Phone 614-363.. w N. Tarragona St. told me he considers they are the best of the United States. able Be and successful.
In wet
and eoojd easily happy
Felts in
"X w Sheppard does not like the Black, ;Brown, Red
remedy for the back and kidneys. that If they had the 60
Idea of playing 'second fiddle' to any sense to so. but
ORDER YOUR he ever used." man however good and he would reenlist and Grey.You'll even the oraog outing, which builds a

0. ANSON Fruit Cake and Pound Cake For sale by all dealers. Price 60 only upon the condition that he Find Nothing Wanting That's small platform in the trees on whichto

from cents. Foster-Milburn Co, Buffalo should be assigned to another troop. Desirable. sleep at night, sever seems to think

CASH CLOTHIER!, CHRIS PFEIFFER New York, sole agents for'.the United His record was so good that Lieutenant of a roof though the Dyaky say that JOE COLEMAN
recruiting ,
States. when there is much rain It covers Itself
Corner Fililu On East Hill. station agreed to his condition, and '
ut Main& with the leaves of the pandanus;
Remember the nameDean'sandtake a
down his name for his .
Sheppard 'put
Fruit Cake 30 cents per
:: I Pound.Cake 30 Cents per pound. no other. third enlistment'in-the'army-- Fashionable Foot Fitters.. large fern f l Phone 217. 2l2SLPaIafcxSt

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