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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 13, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
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VOL IX NO. 293. PENSACOLA FLORIDA. THURSDAY- MORNING. DECEMBER. 13, 1906.. PRICE 5 CENTS?, / :




SEIZURE OF PENSACOLA 0 \:- HARVIE JORDAN SAYS DESIRE TO BE PUT RIGHT r' : E




SCHOONER Br MEXICANS V Atlanta GOVERNMENT By Associated MUCH Dec. 12.TOO-ESTIMATEIS Press.President.LARGE WITH SOUTHERN PEOPL l', .,j:III: ..I



"Harvle Jordan, of the' South-

.ern Cotton Association, in ,an
'Interview to-day regarding'.the CITY COUNCIL WILL MAKE President of Jackson L'b '< :

Calls Upon President recent estimate by the.department .
Congress ,
TWO JAPANESE REGIMENTSAT of agriculture, ,placingthe Co. Talks of Conditions :

present crop at twelve anda ,
for Information
Con-
bales advisedthe INVESTIGATION i :
half million ANOTHER at Various Camps in .
of spot cotton to -
owners
cerning the Matter. HONOLULU IN DISGUISE hold, saying that the government '
____n_____'_ Southern States. .
estimate was much too
.
\ late large. He to says be1 there killed,was by the no To Hold Meeting at Early
'
crop ; '
Kayner Upholds Doctrine of By Associated Press. unusualy early frost. f PROBLEM Of Head Men Will Not Tol .: '- .
Honolulu Dec. 12.-It is stated and has been '
here Admitting that, only;elghty- Date and Request H. H.

States Rights in Japanese reported to the United States government at atVashing: five'per cent was ginned to December rate Conditions Alleged -
total yield' will Be Present.
1, the Boyer to
ton, that two regiments of Japanese completely officered million
Question. not exceed eleven sev-
in Honolulu 'hundred bales. He declaresthe fORTUNE to Have Existed.
are disguised as laborers. Whether theyare en CnUT
demand by the
enormous THIS WILL BE IN CONNECTION
armed is known. '
not mills of the world will absorb

LUNG OF SEVERAL BY CHOLERA I every bale produced this year WITH THE LAYING OF SEWERSON CHARGES OF PEONAGE DISTRESS .

before another crop is har ,
GERM IN MANILA INQUIRED'INTONOMINATIONS RAILWAY.fRANCIIISIBECOMES vested. Committee of National Civic EAST HILL WHICH HE WAS ING TO ALL THE OFFICERS, ESPECIALLY ., .. : I

OF CABI.' WAS QUOTED'AS SAYING WERE TO E. S. CROSSETT .
Federation May Investi- I
NET OFFICERS CONFIRMED- NOT PROPERLY CONNECTED.One WHOSE LIFE HAS BEEN PRACTICALLY :


ALGECIRAS ACT RATIFIEDDAYIN INTERESTING gate the Matter.By DEVOTED TO.AMElIOR. 4 : '

pn ISO N En : WHO

HOUSE AND SENATE. .,....__ __nnnnnnnnnnnnn_._'I of the Interesting occurences ATING THE CONDITION OF LA. .
Associated of the City Council meeting last .
Press.New during the time Chairman BORERS IN HIS EMPLOY. .
night was
Both A. A. Ericsen and Pen- York, Dee. 12.-The NationalCivic
Green of the Bond Trustees was -
By Associated Press. Federation began its fifth, annual -r:
BIG INSURANCE of the of the
Washington, Dec. 12.-The major meeting to-day at the Park Avenue speaking progress sew.
:r; ion of the time in the senate to- sacola Electric Company ESCAPED IS HoteL One hundred'and fifty were er work. It was then that Alderman J'; W. Watzek, of Davenport Iowa, C

Renshaw who had shown president of the Jackson Lumber Co. -
? was devoted to consideration in present including Andrew Carnegie ,
...utive session, of the Algeciras Want Garden Street.AND Oscar Strauss, Archbishop ,Ireland, able Interest In hearing consider-I of Lockhart, Ala., and who Is also

""t).. A feature of the open session MEN TO MEET Bishop Potter, Samuel-Gompers, John nections asked Mr.of the Green sewers regarding and it treasurer of the :Fordyce Lumber Co, .

IE,; a speech by Senator Rayner up- C CAPTURED Mitchell Clerk Howell and many was being properly done. and the Crossett Lumber Co., was in -4,! i ;
.ding the state rights doctrine in-j IN THE COUNCIL MEETING other notables.In .
|-clved in the present Japanese ques- the opening address President To this question Mr. Green replied the city last evening arriving at 11 f'

:un on the Pacific slope. SUPT. SEMMES OF THE LATTER August Belmont urged the 'appointment that the engineers had told him that o'clock and departing for the north :

| Resolutions were passed calling upa COMPANY SAYS THAT HIS COM. President Morton of Equit- of 'a committee to investigatethe the work was very satisfactory.It !on the midnight train. He has Just J ,

the president for information re- 'Jack Barry Who Was Con- problem growing out of the accumulation was then that Alderman Renshaw returned from an extended visit to .j : 4
ording the seizure by Mexico of the PANY HAS LETTERS FROM MR. of great fortunes. This stated that he had been told that the European cities, hating reached New .

shlng schooner Silas Stearns and ditctln able Issues Call forGathering .Delivery subject will be considered to-morrow. sewers were not being properly con-: York on Sunday last, and came at -

? the secretary of war to fur- ELIASBURG MAKING OVER. nected With Jail The discussion of child labor and nected or that the work was being, once south in order that he might be .

ash information regarding alleged TURES. on December21. government by injunction. was participated satisfactorily done, and that the gentleman -! ably to fully advise himself relative .

xnerinients with cholera virus at'Ma-\ Is Under Arrest. in by'.several of, the members. who made the statement had'I to the charges of peonage that have -

ala! resulting In ten or more deaths. offered to defray the expense of digging been made against employees' of the 1.
a .block of the sewers laid Jackson Lumber Co. Mr. Watzek -
The franchise By Associated PrCSL'New up was ;
of to A.
: granting
Secretary Taft Answers. i A. Ereeson, A. Eliasburg a and othersto York, Dec. 12.-It was an- Another of the prisoners who was \( BARKtNTIME to prove his assertion. This state- seen by a representative of The Jour- .'.

\vashinton.: Dec. 12.-Secretary ofLtr I i operate a street railway along Gar nounced to-day that President Paul conqected with the jail delivery at the cent, said Dr. Renshaw had been nal and asked for an expression of hU \

\ Taft, in answer to the senate I den street was handled last night by Morton, of the Equitable' Life, had county jail several months ago when made In the presence of witnesses, views regarding the charges that bad .

"-'.ution. stated that Dr. Strong, at the City Council and it proved one of called a meeting of the presidents o( J. P. Hollister Joe McGinnis and Jack BADLY DAMAGED and If it became necessary he could been made that peonage existed In the

o": time a surgeon In the army was the interesting features of the session. more than thirty of the principal life Barry made their 'escape by digging furni&h names. camps near Lockhart and talked freely -

':r out of the sonic and is in the The ordinance to grant the privileges insurance companies to form an as- through the solid brick wall,has been The council Immediately called f-r regarding the matter. He was especially -

: intrrv. at :Manila. He had made re-" desired was up on its third readIng sociation. The meeting will be held captured. Sheriff Van Pelt yesterday By Associated Press. I,the name of the party. whereupon Alderman -I desirable to put himself and .

klh discoveries in"connection when Alderman Muldon, who was in New York City on December 21. left Pensacola for Bainbridge, Go., Charleston, S. c., Dec. 12.-The Renshaw: stated that it was H. the other gentlemen, who are associated ,

l'tt a Solera serum and In using it not well acquainted with the provis- The purposes of the meeting are to where Jack Barry is under arrest and barkentlne. Mary Barry put In here H. Beyer and lie also furnished the with him in the vast business of .4i -

i I' h<. Cilibid prison a bottle of bu- ions of the ordinance began to make prevent extravagance, reduce expenses Is being held in jail to await the ar- for safety and repairs to-day. Her I names of the witnesses. the lumber concerns with which he is 5i

'nif ,r acue serum was probably amendments. The first was that instead and consider whether to advocate or rivaLof the,sheriff. stern is stove inpart of the deck car- I Chairman Green stated that he had connected, in the right light before the '

Le"d *w) mistake and the prisoners of allowing the company two oppose legislation. Mr. Morton stat- 1\TQ of the men have now been captured go is missing, one boat gone the cabin: heard these reports and had given southern people and, in this connection i
t d !t was believed that the in which to complete the work the following interview: s ,.
serums years ed that it was not intended to enter through the offering of liberal stove in and she sustained other dam- the matter his attention, having having gave .
r>' accidentally mixed by a visitor and six months in which to commence, Into a combination that would not rewards by the sheriff. McGinnls was ages. The vessel was bound from I I called tha matter to the attentionof Wished to Be Put Right. '
pro-
il strict precautions had been taken that it be allowed one year to com mote public welfare, and that he expected found in Mobile through the efforts of Jacksonville for New Brunswick witha i I, the engineers whom he considered "Myself and the gentlemen who are ;

;prevent a repetition. plete and two months to commence. I the result would be''great Improvement -the local authorities, who requestedhis cargo of lumber. The crew is safe,i I highly competent. and that he had' associated with me In the ownership I
This was debated at some length, be work be- of The Jackson Lumber Co.. and other ; '
in the of life arrest, and now Barry Is to been Informed that the was
Nominations Confirmed. Aldermen D'Alemberte and Yonge I! management brought back to face the charge of i ir inn satisfactorily done. He had al*> companies doing business In the .." '1- .
insurance companies.
-shinjton. Dec. 12.-The senate speaking against such a time limit,I' jail recking. CROOKED WORK talked with Mr. Boyer and the latter southern states most sincerely desire! .

t]''at' confirmed thp. nominations of and Mr. Ericsen being present was ". Hollister Is now the only man atHbf.rtr. and the engineers .were to have helda to put ourselves right with the southern I" .
r "rra Moody, to be associate: iustics called upon. He asked one of his en- lIe is charged with being the rseetmgWednesday afternoon and people. XV e have been doing business _
\, t1\,. nuireme court of the United I I gineers to answer' the question as to BATMASTERSON r THROUGH MAILS! in the south for the
., instigator of the plot and also did visit: the point wbere the work was pst fifteen
S. Charles Ponaparte: to be aUt\r-1 I completion of the road in such a most of the work. being clones Mr. Green stated in this years and are going to stay in the j .

11'\. !rrnPraI; Victor- Met calf e to bel I period of time, and the latter stated UNDER I connection. that he had received' several south and we would be the last ones .-. j
that it would be almost impossible ARREST I I it
." "tj-ry of the navy and Oscar ; Associated Press. I complaints repardine the wort to antagonize labor for we need labor :'
the itself could By
that construction work
"'Iff' !* to bf SE'Crdarv.of commerce I| and. and we believe that labor needs us I
G. Collins invited thes?. :
board
New Orleans, Dec 12.-A. bnt that the
,-d I easily be done, in fact was of minor I
: "or Bonaparte's confirmation thourfit the work was: "The charges of peonage are distressing .:::1:1' i
lEX and J. F. Barrow of the CoOperativeTurf any citizen who : : .
that the of ma- ST000ARTDIES'IN
obtaining
r-t with consequence < New York Dec. 12.-William B.
opposition. : to all of but -
some
found invitedto us, especially
1 terial and electric machinery would Association were to-day not being properly done was ::. 'It i
entail great delay as the companies Masterson, (Bat) United States dep- guilty of using ,the malls to defraud. rejort the matter to the Bond i so to Mr. E. S. Crossette. vie preci- t- ,' [
Rztified Act. marshal William
Algeciras; uty and E. Lewis
all dent of the life baa
in whose
The association secured money Trustees.A company i.,
I Iin I
"-'shinffton.; D'c. 12.!-The senate would not guarantee its manufacture < and Henry N. Carey, editors of the .J
bet been. in .
to devoted
great to
of the country ostensibly measure. 4.' t
I within nine months. j parts number-of the aldermen spoke -
TPoutive session this afternoon rat-, New York Morning Telegraph were "
The defendants philanthropic works and whose ;1
information. every '
Ihl I the sreneral act by dIegates; l ofpowrrs I Judge Avery, who was present for arrested here to-day charged with } NEW' on Inside were not' sentenced to-day. upon the matter and after satisfied.Mr. Green'sstatement effort is and has been the amelicurafl 11- II ,

tt.< presented to thp conffr- the applicants for the franchise, spoke "criminal contempt" in circulating they seemed the mat-I tion of the condition of the laboring:!! 'h I; t ,
pn".- at .Al"-ecir concerning Morrooanai upon the difficulty now being encoun- false and grossly inaccurate reportsof Alderman Cahn stated that
men employed fn the various enter it.
& in material and trial Chester E. ter had been lnvestia ted. and trsta ..f
s. Onnosition by the democrats tered securing equipment the of Gillette at NL6ROSW1R1ACQUITTD, prises with wb'.ch he Is connected. ;t 0'J
( did also Alderman Yonge Herkimer. Each bond of five FOUR usual there was too much outside 'i .
tolntx'd the adontion] of a resolution as gave j :
"Mr. Crossett in addition to bel')>:: 1t: -t
the latter talk for the good of the.city. : ,.i'j
diIaiiiin nonsibilitr for nartici- 2nd D'Alemberte stating hundred dollars for appearance. JERSEYProminent vice president of the Jackson LumberCo. ; "
I'
ntion! of the United States in the that if it was the desire of the council I This brought Alderman Renshaw to Is
president of the Fordyce lumber : :
pro:=rammp arranged bv the confer- to kill the measure "why not come his feet again, and in reply, to Mr. Co., and rice president of the ., "I;.. t'
,
Cflr! as to the future of Morroco. out and do so. ASK NEW TRIAL IN Press. I I Cahn he said it was comin to a Crossett Lumber Ccmpany and C. W. ,. f ,

Alderman Muldon in reply to this By Associated lZ.-Four negroes pretty pass when the people could Gates and iryself are associated with ". ./1 :

Sirrrlified Spetlina Aaain.Washincton. said that he had always stood squarely Man Interested Atlanta Dec. of the chargeof not talk and report matters to aldermen -I hw! In all of these enterprises, and .'f', a t I!
to-day :
Dec. 12-The house to'T upon every proposition and no one BIRDSONG CASE were acquitted Heard during and have the latter. bring mat-i two other comosriee. The five companies ., .11 1
Policeman
b<"'nn the" consideration" of the could ever say that he had ever at- murdering ters no in the counciL He said it '
in the neighborhood :
Heavily in Pensacola riots here. That witnesses employ of 'f 1
hiol'tve.! executive and Judicial anrn attempted to "ride on two backs" but !the September unable to identify the would be a hteh-handed; proceeding to: five thousand men and. until the J i r to (
;. iativbill by paragraphs; com- after the statements of the promoters By Associated Press. were attempt to muzzle the people. charees ,
I to do with the were made against the men ; {
I>YI'i; in the HazJehurst Miss. Dec. 12.-A Realty Passes Away. prisoners had much J .
!!? thirtv-four pases.ral regarding the delay securing motion Alderman Cahn believed in allowingthe I
'The prisoners were ordered employed at the plant of the Jackson
,,\ hours were consumed in a material he withdrew that amend- for a new trial for Mrs. Bird- acquittal Bond Trustees' to handle] such 1 } (
released. They were among Lumber Co.. there has never been .. .
11. "u" on the amendment in rcfer- ment, but immediately substituted song, convicted of manslaughter for Alexander Stoddart, a prominent indicted for the matters, and said that te was as good anything but the highest praise for I 1 I
about fifty negroes
E-, '. to simnlifiPd snelline' with the'rethnt $5,000 instead of $2,000 as the amount killing Dr. Butler, was filed to-day. ctizen: of New York and largely: interested offense and it is likely that the citizen as Dr. Recshaw. the conditions that obtained at tlw r 1

.. the orirfnstl! \ nrovi.ion on which should be forfeited ay the applicants The young woman suffered from a in Pensacola real estate same the will be ; Dr. Renshaw wished It understoodthat various plants and camps we opratf.! ,1.- Y
Bothers
t snbiect was eliminated and an- for the charter if they fall two to ccmplete nervous breakdown. passed away yesterday at Aplinton.theHudson cases dropped.against" "' his remarks meant no reflection It h a fact that we have prided ourselves 1'"J.f I"
o' have the road completed within
nmendmpnt I'Idl)1)tf.fl"h' This information Chairman Green. -
new New Jersey. upon that hd conditions at oaf .
"'vision instruct the I years. This money to be depositedupon here tel Muldon sal! ,.. nublic nrintto was received by > Alderman camps were the hest to te fond: an}" '
n o the orthosranhy generally j I the acceptance of carried.the contract Mr. Eliasburg asking that some of the garph by A. V; Clubbs, and caused BIG LAND SUIT J I not satisfied with leaving the matter where and it his always been our *>ndrtvor t ,I :j
"r' This amendment was officials come to Selma and consult
osniiztd; by the standard I the greatest regretThe stand as it Is. Hp had taken an oath to roakp the men c/iirforta .;-' '
l' The Interesting Portion. with him, as he had no desire to enter '
es. l
diC'tiOU-1 I he
office and .
deceased was one of the wh"n eoine Into projwa Me. contented and far 1
happy as it wai
The interesting portion of the proceedings the street railway business, and and eontlnu- ::1:. i ,II
plonetr developers: of Pensacola, especially ARGUED to fulfill his oblieations In to do f
Postal then came. All during the that if the Pensacola Electric Company WAS our power so. : 1
Ravings Bank. I citizen wh i, .
I I of a portion -in the north in.:" said that there was a 1
Washington. DPC 12 time the debate was in progress on would connect ihe Beach Haven Tht Crossette Camp. .t
\ heart
tvtitJon the at Imaklne }
where he invested hl the welfare of city :
eastern section, "
"When we first started the Ford *
")" tho estghlishnient!; of the amendment Adennan Christiehad property with its line the present ordinance -
a no=tl the sewer '
sayh.'g I heavily i& real estate, and was one of SWAYNE IN THE :; the statement that fourteen ,'
Lnmhr
bank bari'1 twenty thousand:, been endeavoring to ask a question would not be pushed and the BEFORE JUDGE done ant Company years aw, -
whether not thoe, who believed in the future possibilities work bad not been properly Mr. Ciossrttp was in favor of bavin* !
* mes from pishtcen I jof Mr. Ericson .as to or applicants would withdraw from the ;
states. nrei i COURT YES- of taking
ws STATES
UNITED the
to expense
" nte-1 overtures had not been made to the field. These letters he said had been of the <-itrAt present ho offrrins pav reading rooms and club rooms for tl's '
to (
t"-!
con-n-pss av by R(>pr-I has in real estate and] I no a block. He considered thp matterof .;. f
"ntative Routell. of Illinois.iEW Pensacola Electric Company. When received here and could be producedif large holdings DAY. that tl-c men and has nlway Interested himself ; .
I the amendment was carried. he had desired. .iid- i.ruch towards developing what I I much moment and moved and In- In their welfare.' When the Crosseti t 'r .

\this opportunity, and Mr. Ericson Mr. Semmes then called attentionto was at cne time an uninhabited section A suit involving the possession ofa I council hold a special session Lumber Comnany was formed and t.#_ .? ;

\ ORLEANS being given the privilege of the floor the fact that his company'was desIrous but hich is now thickly settledtdaI large tract of land was argued before i vite Mr. Dover to be present and work makeR reined in his! honor he was particularly .j' !- t
the on:
stated that he was the president and of obtaining a franchise to run oae of the prettiest portions of Judge Swayne In chambers yes-, .tat..ment regarding !" and. has given the men of :

i only authorized person to make or accept ,, west on Garden street from Palafoxto tne city. terday morning. The case is that of I F.aet Hill. -1 j tl'e comnanr: a ;luh house that cot i t '. ]

PAPER IS propositions and tnat he had made connect with the main line from The news of Mr. Stoddart's deaths I Iwt tire. St. Andrews Bay Land and Development The council continued to discussth hm! over flO.000. which contains billiard '\
SUED
none whatever. '" He stated that he Barrancas at Olivia street, tuna mak- '.l be received with much regret Company vs.. E.- T. Davis matter in an informal sort of rooms! readlne rooms a laJIon ; .1

(knew the street railway company ing a belt of that section of the city, Ibringhout the city. The funeralis I and others. I I wanner. and the niayor announced parlor end buf"t where unit lunches <; ,' ,

I was interested in the defeat of the as all cars in returning from Bar- to, occur: Friday at noon. I II The hearing was not completed andthis I that the motion had not been,may be hM. The Hub building alsoconwins .. .;. '

"v Bv AsstK-iateO1 Press. measure and had attempted to buy rancas would return by that route and morning an amended bill of complaint I seconded. a laNe auditorium where leetnres i
w Orleans. D'c. 12.-\ .
!suit was I out the but that he had deposit at the of TERM"ALMIGHTY to.the court. "Mr. Clerk, record my'motion on the .i.i.J 4
tPuiht" to-day by Charles Palmer one new company, passengers corner I I WILL USE will be submitted are given from time to time and ; :
01! ''tu- of the not entertained any propositions. He Palafox and Garden' streets, as the GOD"By I minutes a" not meetlne with a which bAs a staee where entertainments ; I' :
owners Daily Item. "
*'"jnst said that If anyone had made any main offices and depot would Ve at SCHOONER ISNOTBADLY !I second said Alderman Muldon' hut -of 'various kinds are occasionally '.., <,
that company to comnel thetntnpany propositions that it without au that corner. this i was not necessary unon theclerk's "
was dven. This! club has narly 709mhers.
to transfer to him his 125 The aplication of the Pensacola Associated Press.Guthrie DAMAGED:,I ] part as several of the aldermen '
thority.Mr. Dec. 12.-The constitutional m .. all employees of the Crro-
: II'I'.f!; stoc. It is claimed the cer- I I Okla, immediately seconded the motion : "
.
'ifip-itrs : Christie then asked that the Electric Company was then read and convention decided to-day to sett Lumber Companyand the ropnacrement ,
Press.
are arbitrarily withheld. discussion By Associated land soeclal meeting will be held;it
council hear from J. O. Semmes after some both the latter a
Supt. "Alimighty God" instead of "Su Norfolk Va, Dec. 12.-Late this afternoon of it fop entirely In the hand i
t look further into the matter. j
of the Pensacola Electric Company.The and the application of Messrs. Eric- to
Universe. It will I of the Mr. Crossettwas so
preme Ruler of the the tug Rescue got a line to I men. 't
latter stated that his. company son and Eliasburg were referred to days before the ashoreof ;much pleased with the sweeps of ti L .
ROBBERS lOOTODESSA probably be forty entire the schooner Ralph Haywood, Ex-Senator Brown Dead. '
had the ordinance and and t
received the engrossing
propositions from constitution can be drafted and Cape Henry and floated the.vesselIt !I Washington Dec. H.-Er-Senator!?:club that this Christmas. he I Is going '
new concern and that it was only recently franchise committees to be reported -
adopted. is reported the vessel is not severely Brown who was shot last Saturday, ,to give the roPY f large 8wlmmlnII :
that a letter was received from upon at the next meeting. _ I } "npV'. :. .
bowline": -
BANK damaged. The crew is safe. died late tonight. I II tank and a
I OFFICERS OF THENATIONAL ,Club >t Lc-Ir"trt. -
I r 1 roer'ton these; thfars In crd"? :,1.' I I'

By Associated Press. Charged With Violation of LEAGUE ijiiousJiartjc Divorce : j jI that you may **e that contrary tit. !
Odessa Jobbers b inrr ftgrtl1 to such conditions ?<* are :t: ::
Russia. Dec. 12.- By Associated Press. I'
ntered the International Dec. 12.-Harry a Pu-- lloeed to lave existed nt the T.I)('*. i. I
York
Petersburg New
{fM> Ms afternoon, shot the police- the Contract Labor Law llam was re-elected president of the Case Won by DefendantBy Mrt. ranos. ","p era working: In exactlythe / .I.,A <.
: "
ban on duty ordered the clerks to National Leaeue of baseball clubs today onrositdreron.! { It Is our d" rrato
"Jw was chosen as > mfce overT on* of our emr,lov*>ps .; ;t I--
Cp their hands and then rifled John Heydler I
La ilank. Associated Press.' mill owners.. treasurer and Dreyfus. Eb-- contented and benny and no man bas"I:
By ,
They secured fourteen thouland -- secretary Associated, Press. Judge Fraser denied the .petition of > ,
1.
< fire I Charlotte N. C., Dec 12.-District The defendants will attack the legality Murphy and Dovey flV'n! Irjiwxpd n"v>n In any man ,i<
hundred dollars. A force bets, Herrmann. Puttsburg, Dec 12.-The famous plaintiff but makes no reference to
"! tOSSaks Bolton this afternoon filed of the Immigration act by de elected directors. n.ft': ourIt kn.wld'-s and N'n-t"nt. -t. \tl\
L, ')urs ed.' capturing five of Attorney were divorce case brought by Augustus alimony.- The children will remain in \
t! been the !r'6Y"i"'J flf
: has 0"" egi.
in the federal district murrer. .
robbers but complaints the millionaire paper manu the custody of Mrs. Hartje until fur .
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Silver. : i t
tn huiJ" u C''J't 'iowa' 'cith ,
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court against Thomas Costello,Edward The prosecution comes about of this city,-against his wile, ther order of the court. : "I
Fire Washington. Dec. 12.-The director facturer I ',,.....,. .., T """'" ..... 4s4. .. :If IT 'hj.H' -i! } ; .
at Waycross, Ca. Smith Summer Sargent and E. C. through the importation of number Scott Hartje la whicn he named The costs of the entire proceedings :"
.;:a.1'cQss. n? Th>c. 12Fire this Dwelle charging violation of the contract I,of English girls by a regularly authorized of the mint to-day purchased one hundred Mary Coachman IhomM'Madine as co-re i must be paid by Hartje. Harije'scounsel 1-00 -'i.'iin t".f'. '':of
of silver for delivery :
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: : :; .1 ': _" ::' -:" "f :( "' ... ;:!.) : ; },f.L''C:' ; material i-Ja -thos-be; economically. 'aid stone :thoroughly 'comjJressed and the demand concrete foundations, a d'f =iiijiifi :::II_ I -I:: ::: :;:: :: R ==
: 'creoeote HUll 5e!!!I Ulllr1 '
better maintained in constant order. I upper surface filled and coated with blocKs treated by or otner mmmTrnmm.t0Trr: 'ii m: HIUrlnf>,_ !; ::'<
"In the suburbs of cities and In bituminous-cement. This latter Is equally good method to keep them from '- ,

densely populated counties, earth;called ,a bituminous-base and Is. suecessful -I.decay. Twenty cities haTe: laid la the B'1m1. J M

gravel and poorly constructed roads :on; well! drained and on nnyieldiing i iI I I past seven yean, very small amounts : w

are, steadily being replaced by properly I BUb-sollv; Hydraulic cement ,con-: 'I of such wood, pavements as experiments tii;
f- Avoid alum and alum phosphate 'constructed macadam and,teUord. certe foundations have ceased, to 'be About thirty other cities have =:

In some places these are being treated roughened by the bad methods of laid during the past six years amounts :1 kNq

with dust reducing compounds of chipping them with picks or by partial! varying, from .1,000 square yards to l "J

baking powders.The various kinds. .. These compounds: -incomplete tramping so as to leave about ;,550,000 in New York City. The .:.:il=

often patented or proprietory and in coarse stone projecting above the Increase 'of treated wood block pave- "c ::,::
ty experimental stages. 'Great progress mass of concrete. One method cracks ment, on concrete foundations IK

label law requires that all however is being made not only in the the concrete from the blows of the principally in large cities which can I IIM '5

materials used but especially in the pick and removed some of the binding afford this pavement. ,
methods 'of application.The destruction cement and mortar. The second Bitulithic Pavement., .1 HINaturally

; the ingredients be named of macadam surfaces by weather method, tamping only sufficiently to.allow "-{I "The bitulithic pavement a modern : 9 p ha

and traffic augumented largely by, automoblles -: stones to project on the surfaceof pavement of a specific kind laid i 0 ::a

makes the problem of durability the concrete was extensively used. under certain patented processes x
the labels. Look out and suppressing dust more important end abandoned. Such imperfect concrete methods and mixtures. Without de- ItS: 5*

on than ever The roads are be-: however. Is the basis of a patent scribing, this pavement, more than to :''x
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ing placed in the hands of experienced or claims of a patent. This say that the wearing surface consists ":: 1 j

for the alum compounds. engineers to secure more economic i method leaves voids in the concrete principally of crushed stone mixed in '..Jt;x likes visit
I to a to a store whose
s7 and; efficient construction and maintenance -i by failing to tamp it until all the votds'I predetermined proportions having j pay 1

: not possible under old! I I are Shed The resulting foundation 'a minimum amount of voids and the itlll i stock of holiday goods is most complete. This :=

I methods of superintendence. is weak and not uniform. ; whole mass cemented together with a D= i! insures a wide' of selection. I

NOTE.-Safety lies in buying only In Large Cities "A a, to quantities of pavements; special bituminous' cement which also ".= s range
I 'The principal. kinds of pavements the' United States. certain pavementshave fills the voids it is sufficient to report i Pay us a'visit' today and some of the followingN

Royal Baking Powder which is a which have been.laid.during the, past steadily increased and warrant{ a that this kind of pavement began D.- may appeal to your good; taste and judgement. ::
I year are as follows: brief review. j I I to be laid in! 1901 in eight cities to an M!
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pure, cream of tartar baking powder, I "In amount large cities of asphalt a t relatively for new decreasing construction -I "Asphalt.Asphalt pavements on Decline.of various; !I, Its extent increase of about since 20,000 then square has been yards an dJ y Bath Robes and Smoking Jackets' $4.QQ to $10.99. Pi

I and the best that be made.J.DIscUssION'oIHi3 ; : a decreasing amount of kinds and qualities are still being average of about 1,135,600 square ti= Fancy Vests, j.50 to $8.00.
can : granite block. but where, laid the [laid but with a very small rate of..InI yards annually. It !is now laid and
'. i blocks are better laid than ever. and I I crease. 'It had its rapid increase during being laid in about 141 cities with an H:D Pajamas, Suit, $1.50| to $5.00.

''J I almost always on concrete foundations I the eighties and nineties doe>to aggregate of about 5,698,000 square) n Novelties In Ties 25cts. to $2.00.,
,. ; an Increase of treated wood a demand for comparatively quiet' yards or about 323 miles of 'roadway mI
I I and sanitary pavement (that being 30 feet wide. This OWN
1 I block pavements on concrete foundation pavement worth Suspenders, 25cts. to $3.00.
in a few cities; a small increaseof then the only available one) and due attention because used by. so many "

L--- brick. pavement much being with to a practical monopoly combined municipalities. It seems practically ti: Full Dress Cases, $3.00 to $15.00.

',better bricks and laid on concrete with a system pf agents or promoters' noiseless, little affected by weather ill

I: foundation. The asphalt industry !is now somewhat and not as slippery as other kinds of

: "In medium sited cities; a verylittle broken up There are several monolithic pavements. There have

granite and other stone block sources of supply' and several companies been a few attempts to lay substitutesor W HIT E & NiX I
I pavements have been laid. but more and contractors laYing these imitations of bitulithic but poor II HI

4 : PAVING QUESTIONI; of it on concrete foundation than I pavements The result is cheaper and pavements or patented litigations have
i formerly; .large amounts of the bit poorer worE. Cities with few excep followed. 1 OUTFITTERS

.. I ulithic pavement in many cities; ali tion, are not equipped to know dur- Brick Pavements. |f

!i little treated wood block pavement on i in the construction of asphalt pavements "Brick' pavements for many years a 3 YOUR MONEY WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACK :53:
be had en the subject of paving because concrete foundation; a slightlv increased Just what! they are getting, good were their own worst enemies be- Bz" ;:
<. ;Mayor Bliss Submits Ex- 1 if them we have gathered all I amount of .hale or better or bad. Excessive repairs and resurfacing cause of weak bricks and soot con Phone 790 29 S. Palafox St. xH

the experience: and observations of class of brick and a decreased amount, of asphaltpavements, especially struction. During the past few years tL ; ,
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: r- .tracts from Report of practical men in all the cities in all of fre-clay or'poor class of brick pavements of those which decay, now falls on strong efforts have been made ty. ../pfly,5 >.ffiRttFHOSE R.asmBsm..B.' .". iFQGti' @i 5C W g3
t p i I|I the past. Toe committee on paving ; comparatively little asphalt.] cities; guarantees or periods of free some cities and by several makers to :II: : : : : : mm= =mmm :: m", II ',""rTI.1 9g8

; WelMCnown Society. !J!made a: fine ,report and,, from that re'liort except for resurfacing old asphalt repairs having elapsed. Many cities increase the requirments the specifications -- ----- ------ .- ---.
r '': I 'clip the following extracts that pavements;, some, macadam with and therefore hesitate to lay more asphalt and tests of paving bricks,
/ I will prove' interesting to Pensacoliaas: : without telford foundation to some pavements; at Feast until they' can be so as to secure,pavements better able ronn one of tHe requirements! of IHe

!' at this time. I extent in cities on outlying streets sure from inspection of their own en to resist the'.action of weather and Yours will always be clean \if ice

, DIFFERENT KINDS OF .,PAVING', I Respectfully. I and avenues gineers, or :by!( special experts employed traffic.' A reasonable degree of success C"I oan C I ot L h as send them to

SUITABLE FOR CITIES DISCUSSED CHAS. H. BLISS. Much Bitulithic. whether! or not.they are 'gettinggood is attained in some cities especially The New Method Laundry
; In small cities; almost no asphaltpavements asphalt pavements.t where complete specifications
1188 E.W.LAWRENCE. Prop He* Vtth s Uastfri: Blcf! W. unu II
BY AMERICAN SOCIETY "Paving and maintaining the has been laid in the pas Wood Blocks. containing fully defined, technical
r J'' streets> and roads of cities and densely i year except In a few cities for the "Wood pavements some years ago tests followed by a thorough Inspec- AGENTS WANTED.

OF MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENTSAT populated counties is a difficult and I first time; a very little treated wood, were used in several cities and poorly tion[ during construction; is the rule -

expensive portion of public ork. Ultimate block on concrete foundation in a laid. Such pavements were but tern of procedure. ..V4.
RECENT ANNUAL MEETING economy means good first'construction few cities; a slightly increased amount porary street coverings, and practla c"Macadam and telford pavements

IN BIRMINGHAM. and prompt repairs insteadof of bitulithic pavement in many ally all disappeared. Many western during the past year have been laid : THE NEW ENGLANDThe
, j neglect and relying only on whatis previously using it. and in cities not cities never had experience of the and repaired with more care than .

I termed the 'life of a pavement having previously(>d it; macadam great Nicholson wood pavement fiascos ever or certain streets and in the suburbs .

Editor Pensacola Journal Smooth Pavements."In has been extensively laid as usual i in which put Washington City several of cities. The demand and' Watch for the great American people.

: : 'I. our cities during the past year small)) cities. million dollars in debt to be paid need for them is greater as the si I have them from $2.00. also full line
; I noted some. days ago your in'vita'j I the tendency has been to continueto Proper Foundations.: long after the blocks had disappearedand burban population. increases" ranging up r a

} tion to a discussion of the get rid of old cobble and rougu "Present pavement foundations are which bankruoted Elizabeth N. J,. of Waltham and Elgin Watches, as well as Je\\eln
question. The American Society of I tone pavements and to lay payments c- worth brief attention. Granite and embarrassed several others, Send in orders
your now
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Municipal Improvements
recently with smooth surfaces .
I or even brick and wood 'blocks are beingplaced Eastern cities seem to have forgotten
held Its annual meeting in Birmingham ,I'The use of'durable foundations is anon cement-concrete found the wood-block for extra copies of The J ournal's ,
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' g" : riiis society is composed of engineers -I steadily extending for the genera: tions. Bitulithic and" asphalt pavements thirty years ago and are again having big Christmas Edition : J. .F. DA VISBrent
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reason wearing surfaces of
continue ,to he laid suit woodblocks
upon offered to them. Several
i rftAmerican and Canadian cities and is ; and they will be set aside '
*pavements whether of blocks or various able, foundations* either of Portlandcementconcrete cities, however, have Investigatedwoodrpavements. _Building, 23 S. Pa I a fox, Street.RR.ICKTOP .

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: T The Good and "Bar. fctdd.es, yon. are brave little, pats -
C TWINSxTNANNSGIVIING Thanksgiving Fairy the Little Child'sDream.
: and won't be afraid to eta]' kr .&II. I

il D run out to the road nod watch for papa rnflNijSGViNfi)
and miBima will be
tl \i 1 1i They eemiag' sloe;
about BOW: or. It they hat gone on to
i, .l3Y ffELBNA ZMV/3 giandpa's they'll burry back on the look-

out for OB. lOll my be jare. I mutt get rA: :

; U>* mi erne was not Briektop. although pointing towards a great cliff of rock: that f yc away"from bere before another boar .U
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he was ral'ed: that by everyone raised Itself on the opposite side of thestream. ,, iII passes" by.
escort his, teacher. Miss Quirk, wbo loatstea There-Just roaod that aayle! $Dt yooH get wet thru." began

open calling him by bas original Is the entrance," Informed Briektop. II hJj I. 1e\ \ I Bettie. "Brtektop'Oh WIlTed his band merrily,
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'- n1&QOmeD-Perl7 William. "The Twins"were 'We'll go across on a footlog below the laying: I'm neither sugar nor,salt
,_. bis sisters "doable sisters," as tarn ID the creek." and won't melt. Wetting cacfhurt a too apiece
Brtcktop called them. Brtcktop was K The twins ran excitedly behind their like. me. nohow. So you both stay V My '

years old. and.l:the twins were clue. This brother, giving him their hands that be right here till I come back for you. Don't
dltCerence.Is' their put your heads oat of 'the ear either."
might assist
them
ages placed BriektopIn across the barkJtssfootlog. r
the position of guardian over bis Once on the opposite aide of the So eying Bricttep drew hi. O\'eH04Iot
"double sJstrra," a responsibility which stream they were soon Inside the month: close about Alai, dipped his bands dee(>

be felt the full topoftaarc of, and which of the caT. LetUe aid nettle were quite Into hU pocket and darted wt aDd dowato I3
Ue foot leg wVrt b.
be enthusiastic It. crossed earefelIy. -
never ablrk l. At school or on the over
champion "011. now and Be wax obliged to Jarap at the opposite -
playground be was the twins' : big deep and-black!
therefore be was their bero as well as cried Lettie., "Yes, and how d-a-B-g-e-r- end for the driftwood and wollen
waters
tad
borne that end
of the
brother, aDd they looked op to him as o-u-s!" declared nettle Th. I'm afraid little log pne
being somewhat superior to the rest of to go In." F tJJd' t distance from the bank. What tare 1 to be thankful fort
boy kind. "Nothing to fear laughed Brtcktop. t stile u>&.Bettle felt! their heart beatIng Two eyes two ears a nose,
Yon will want to know the Barnes of I've been inside so far that you cmldn't with fear after their brother had de Two feet two bead,'a generous rnoutk
'The Twins." One was Leltie and one see y eur band,before lour face," be eon- parted. Tbey felt a. IoDtll.aeae-anct From which thaakfolaea an:
was Settle and both were bineeyed.naten tinned. "Sam Peters And I crawled U danger too-of diet* airtatJon. What U A heart that beau with synpttty
.ballad. Jolly little glrla. Their after we street the place, where It got ae acme wild beast should com. Bat they For ail U froell. ..?.;
paps'called them his, little sunbeams and low that we cooUot walk. { mnatn't let inch things enter their mind A brain that s balanced UfO:/,
tfflr mamma called them her little treasures Feeling safe la the care of their big After a long Urn bad And '
pas by-It seemed Boon-ob,
so much monI'm
and Briektop called them hIs pals brother-who "knew pretty'mach eft 7- '
which stood for comrades or pa risers thing" to the twras' way of thinking hour! to tb waiting twta -Betti* pit thankful for the air I bmtftt;
with him.Bslcktop. Lettie and Bettle followed Briektop Into her arm aboat her sister saying: "Thfr The ana that glrea IDt $r bt.
and his sisters were op bright the care, examining tbb damp wails over 'J la ToanksglrlDg Day a day of gratttva' The auaiaer time a* glortora.Tb .
aid early oa the morning of TbaBfc gtvlBg I which the names ef boys were eat la very to our dear Lord and s rtOt'. Way winter and the eight!
f Day for their mother had promised thema pronounced and UVferned letters. The ahonlda't we prey 9U .tlde day tor kelp I'm thankful for my happy borne
day In the country with tbelr craalparents. went la aa far as they eeold go without and safety ** well as to offer thaeka for And dear
ones that I lore
Ttjy were celag to wait to the bendUg double. Then they teased their .. the bI.Minfa that we bar enjoyed ;
\ And
. fiae old country home of Grandpa and steps to the entrance which appeared to Lettte, without replying, dropped on her moat f an I'a thtatW for
'1 dnsadma, Per&ss, some Its miles from be a sveU'wheel of light a long wy off. ). knees, Bettle1 kneeling bold bar "Oa.: Is oar dear Lord Q atot.
town. A pretty; long walk you'll think Bat what was their' consternation when dear Lord" went cp 'a little plalntire ACiE: JfIte.,
!. for the twins: bat they were great little they! reached tto eotraac te see evMde role, "we pray you to protect;u. la this
t'', pee'ectriaaa. often going to visit their the rain coming dowa la torrents' and lonely, cold.caT;. protect ateo ear dear -
f grandparents over Sunday. walking oat to feel the wlad resting Into the care brother and bring -him safe back to IlL "'"My Fa taankrn, to be out of tcave =*
with a cold daab. About them the trees And Day be find our dear
aid retaralog SM- papa and the!
a Saturday
morning
! sighed Little ta
aoogjHcg
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waved aid beat' In the gale their branch, and
mamma.
+ may papa eom t
oar '
day afternoon.' Aad Brtcktop was equal aaaiatanr -
ea snapping and cracking .with a turtle robes. "Al d I'm t&aonl that oar pnjwaa '
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; to eight" or ten mllea walk at a stretch F r our dear Lord'a ake"_ "
.. Bttb.
noise I4
ajiawered qtdckly,
"Amear! came from tie
sometimes whole day oa bis entrance oef thecare
speeding a
, "Oh obit I exclaimed seriously.Tnat .
the twins la avoles and the twlaa
feet wandering! through the woods. '* Sprang to their feet: asked la ,'
GeeP hoes
said- Brtefctec. "what a to ae tacit,' Iapa.net was ;; you
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Briektop
After kissing their parents s">od-by- storm! ,And bow suddenly It haj swooped With ,crlea ot enuring. faith my darlla j," saM papa "rt3?
Joy the little
to.drive the farm la girls threw
theypromJeiag oat lo down lad reatfclag bac> U tames t,, dlap.-
upon its WheOpoel-t
t fire for S clock dinner-Brtcktop and the Sire time.getting. through the wet'lsee ttetmielrea Into their papa a anna, and la cheeks of boa ranbeaai.wAh, bow ..<.a
t twiaa.started for the lI:1.tt'JJ1ISt. as the to tbCToaa. we wllLPinaw. it feoUlab. *' a another mlante they were wrapped In bare we an to be. thankful for <-a ftt:
wu
t'; .- dock: struck: eight. "We'0 true'peoty; of for me to bdng'yon 'LUdles here. I, the carriage robe; Letti: being perched
OB papa'a back aid Settle day.And
e- time to g' by the rave." said Briektcp. arG.1II4'han kaow b ttet'", I ea' Brlckt: 'a Briektop said "Sort, sari PI'
'Ifs. only about mile oS'the mala'J'0a4.a "It back to te carried across the at ream to yea are right."
wun't-your,1I111t that It rained.
As yon kiddies have never beeB thereyoo'U ssJd'LMtle, ratmly.> d.feidTy..bar bVgorotei I the carriage In waiting some hundred 1 1 .
''II enjoy U Immensely.-* caa walk, 1mil.1r. Their brother Lad reached the
>j against? hboseif. 1'ca brought : rniln road Just as bis CON L-D It tI M3.
late It nearly 100 feet aad its dark sad us here to neat na to woaderfvl papa wti retnraItf -
a rdg5t'"Yeesald
,tell ." I from grandpa In, quest of tats tittleones ale rhoW :t1'
N7.'l caa yonBot Settle JotaJ: her eicosea: Why art our tongaes dg:
'' mustn't be late et grandma's. having reached his old parents'
we to sister's.
"Ten bad BO wtjr of kaowiag They are BtoDtepiecea.
home to find
that
warned Lettie. "And tie a long walk that BO Children bad bee e**
there was k storm contc. BesUea.suppose 4e there. why should a 4aor serrast be
,without adding the extra miles. we bad bean .. the road between .
.. gooa they wen all site and bqrde J with jewslrytBecause J
the tarsal
la-
"Ob. well rest at cave for half grandpa's and the farm of Mr.Jacks. 7
side the biz' carriage splashing he gets so ratay,tings.
tour rostfce4 Brtcktop.Tooll be I ..?' Why. wed have been! almost I along Be
mighty' 'glad yoa west after yea've get a I drewned. Uere we are sheltered from' watery road toward the cheerful henM When la our beoaa ilka t 'lII00tt
lfr Into that rata Its wouderfnU" the wind aed raiL Itwe only had a bit m ''1 when a stuaiic Thukstfrltz dunes Iron
"I vote In favor,of going, to,the cave I ef,fire to warm m -" \.: and happy face were waiting for them Wbea It 1. a fat.iII1M .

' .. brother suggests," said Bettle. "We I "We will" said Brtcktop. ""'.'11 bare J -. -
eta ,have a good appetite, forth.. turkey a regular Indian muapfire. Thence a pile ;a ..,- "
after so long.atavalk" of dead bark and boughs o. the north ., .
Agreed epoa gotfcg- by' the cave the aide of the care., and u the tain oems ., o
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three t'ertittses'gaYkeced their walk and from the sooth It wilt be dry 111 na I ,; '
keen reached' the poUt la the road where round there and get aa aiaiful. Here yes J .i .
they tamed towards the rate w t'Iu kIddie., ,keep> taese eo toy woat get .., ...
hidden' ,away in a'great deep" woodHhat wet." .And ,,he took from his pocket a
a, bordered a pretty stream where Brtektop few -marches which be 1IICed' the
often weat witsku boy friends ia twins. Then he drew hia rest' collar

eeomer to swim aad Csh A.. tbe'l close WlII cr his ears dashed oat through Briektop 1oo1cat)1a: witch:"Eleven "It would spoil ear appetites:for ffla- their dismay .
'trudged oa through the fallen } 'tee' rain to rotors a few moments later o'clock." "lie'aid.. "..b4cot. ,halfway aerr said wtt"D4 we'll get to 01 an PfOP Mv tb, strain grew out
rtJou.
every care la awhile flattening with his anna fall of wood: It. wee only to graodras ytt. How stupid of grandpas for dinner: Fm cure of It." down earrytag a pile of driftwood
squirrel or. rabbit, from th depths. 'tbe the work of a aeeocd ta have a use bat me to 49 this! en ThsatsgMng Day of andays But though the twins tried to keep ap looeened from opoa the m.footlog which waa
children became so deeply interested !n. j the smoke almost bCaded sad cheke4 the And tale! rile may keep ep for several Brtcktop spirits they felt their own shore. "W that tank oa the rVllfcJX
their snrrroucdlngs that they did cot ":* rhlMrea.! aid laajhlag. they had to r log !learn Its place .
pat boors. Gee. welt wise that tarter falling by degrees. The time wore on to time IMrM N/1 r.
serve the clonds that began to /"ll<'r their heeds outside the cave to get air. The outlook was,ret.ty'* rery dlsemr. 2 o'clock, sad still B* abatement of the aaJ4. Sf0 n-** acroati w" *" 1 Kw//N/N/ t i
end thicken IB the sky. Bad they notfrlthe bhows bow mock I know about buildIng aging one.and the;twins7 faces grew grave rain The wind bad fallen, but the raID decided that to man. do hero ae be was he
growing: shade everywhere about they campOrea" said Brlcxtcp. ta spite of their ,resolve to be cheerful came la a deluge.. Suddenly Brtcktop JIb 11W. tittm something to get
would doubtless have thought It due to ""Ob well. It has warmed the alp of away trout there Is
.' and not have their dear brother thtak face grew pale and taralac to the wins; .tef7. .--amble
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the great trees whose bare branches the cafe,," said Ltttle. "Bet bow long they minded being aught 1m'a cave. "If be said: "Loot there r Tbey beat',felr Qckr shelter wucowardly ..-
formed a network overhead. .will It rain do yea suppose r she anted we bad a bite to eat. suggested Brick- beads from the cave and looted iii.the tale! nd'tbeetwfai 'might Meetldq tteSss their alt Potato?ladam Qo'k, rYe got my eyes on roe so don't dare to strfte.
".u. there we. are!" shoe ted Briektop, t her brother. top, "It wouldn't be M bad. dlrecdoa 01 his pointing anger, aDd to death from neb expeaai
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k AJ1 CITY COUNCil Hugh withdrew WAS his ordinance: -Hat.' Sale 1


% Ordinance To Authorize Is- ing the street nttntay company I ,

sprinkle the street;} between the -=- --- :
suance of $450,000 Worth e on certain streets;giving as his I .
that street paving is soon to be i I '

V of Bonds'Read. "I hardship silenced upon and it the would company also work at ;I At 9 o'clock Thursday Morning : !

,.1 present time. :: : .
Public Ways and Parks. :
ORDINANCE TO PURCHASE REAL '
Alderman Henshaw of' the j '
ESTATE tee on Public Ways and Parks' :
FOR CITY STABLES
I. ported, upon the matter of the j j, 600 Ladiesr Ready-to-Wear Hats worth m $\ to :$2.5O each.;
ADVICE JUST PASSED, AND THE BOARD OF croachment of lots on Main .

A SUGGESTION., I WORKS 'TO FIT UP TWO BUILDINGS I and between recommended Coyle and the Donaldson matter be '1' By a fortunate purchase, from a manufacturer who was anxious '

lerred to the mayor and city I '
FOR USE AS CITY HALL '
I It ou're fussy about -- to make a survey and if any the balance of his stock of Ready-to-Wear Hats we are in
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AND OFFICES, AS WELL AS PC- ments are found the mayor take J t

\\e yOur enjoy clothes satisfying, come here.the LICE HEADQUARTERS. necessary street and steps reTOrt to to the straighten counciL to offer the choice of entire lot at 49C ea h. '.' -i" '


\"particular man, because I report was The adopted.Board ofWorks.The See our special display 'of Bargain Holiday Offerings lOc J9c; : : $ ; '

he appreciates the I Many'matters were acted upon at '
Board of Public Works.
the City Council meeting last night 3 '
Chairman Zelius reported that 49c and 98c. :.
fine points that we have I important among the matters were the I >
introduction of been unable to deposit garbage at ,
ordinance
pat into our winter suits. the issuance an of bonds authorizing in the- rious places which had been A sale of Men's Suit Cases and Leather Bags much under .- 'i :. : '

J If you're careless, ,sum $450,000 for improvement purposes the board was forced to request ,

come here and we'll see t purchasing; the lots passage for use" of as the city ordinance stables with council which to appropriate to purchase sufficient a your choice of 40'-styles at special prices. f* ',


.your clothing is right I and hearing appropriating reports from$3,200 the for various same; The matory chairman the size also of stated the one that at a. Bargains in Suits Coats and Skirts. Bargains in Silks and : ? -

without bothering you boards; the adoption of a resolution Barrancas could be purchased :

much. ordering a survey of Main street near $4,500 The matter was referred Come the BUSY STORE for '
too Goods. in
to bargains
Donelson street to ascertain If prop- the finance committee and, the : every : ,
See our Xmas Pres- erty owners are encroaching upon. the requested to find some -

entatfor men and boys. street and if so to take steps to place .to deposit the garbage -
straighten the street; hearing statements Another report from the -
from the promoters of the new upon the purchase of lots by ,
CTANDARD street railway and also receiving a council for city stables. These '
fLOTHINGfO.JTHIESEN communication from the Pensacola were described as very
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BUILDING \/... Electric Company asking for a fran. and :the board did not see the
chise to extend its line out Garden sity of expending the $3,200 for
street thence south :on Olivia streetto erty when the city owned
H. Lannon & Co.-
the main Barrancas' .ne. south of St. Michael's.cemetery
When the roll was called at 7:05 was much more desirable. "
C. V. THOMPSON there were present Mayor Bliss presiding Chairman Reilly of the finance
and Aldermen Cahn Christie mittee then stated that some
THE STATIONERNo. D'Alemberte Muldon McHugh Reilly, since the council had authorized the
Renshaw, Watson,,Wright and Yonge; nance committee'to Investigate and
20 South Palafox St. Chairman .Green of the Bond Trus I, .
lect site for these city stables
a
Holiday goods. all fresh and new.Box tees; Chairman'Zelius of the Board ofWorks to' ---- -
Papers latest styles; Tissue: and I Chairman Ingraham of the. had been done and reported ordinance and engrossing and franchise : c = = = = : : :: "" I
r-pe Papers. Board of and Health Officer council and the latter had committees.To '
Safety, City -
Bibles Cards., Testaments.PO tabl, Paper Booklets DolHes.Christmas Novel.- I Pierpont. the property*. ,stated that' Buy a Straight Jacket. !L J.ICALENDARS
rt Purses and Hand Bags. French Star The minutes of the previous meetIng Alderman Yonge ,All during the proceedings of the ===;
\oveltles. Dainty Thermometers for property had been purchased.and : : : : I
were read by Clerk Aymard, and body the noise issuing from the police -
decorative purposes. Dime and Penny to be paid for no matter what ': ,
approved. station below bad Interrupted
Banks. Vtsttlngcardj.,Pound Papers .te. made of the property. greatly h\\
Communications From position was Last Night's Play.
Mayor. and interfered with the alder- 'I I
\ Regarding the request of the council It wag then carried the report men and Just before adjourning Alder The Wills Comedy Company pre- -
DAILY TOWEL SUPPLY. as to the cost of fitting up a council the Board of Wbrks be laid' upon man D'Alemberte. who had invest sented last night a farce,comedy; company i : -
...RUNYAN'S ROLLERS.... chamber and offices for clerk. tax table. gatl the cause.. moved' that the city called Sweet Sliteen" '
A CLEAN TOWEL EVERY DAY lector and mayor in the building COI-I The Vital! Statistics.The purchase straight jacket for prison The attendance was rather small Nothing Is more appropriate for a -,
91 00 PER: MONTH. the corner of Zarragossa and matter of transferring the ers, and this carried. He but those who attended were surprised Christmas present than one of our hand-
was explained -
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Phone 848-2 Pensacola.rIngs. FlorIda.M. G. RUNYAN. streets, the mayor stated that he tal statistics records from the Fund. that I in one of the cells below when the play was carried out. them.some Calendars.Price card See on our everything window render tulLe,. "' -
obtained estimates the cost : The fellow who went to the .
showing
opera
I of the clerk to the city health ) was an Insane young countryman and the display very interesting. Our stock -
to be $90. The receivedand house "show"
report was expecting see a on
was then brought up and that the place was not equipped to of Christmas and postal cards of exquisite -
TURTON & BELL. filed. I City Health Officer Pierpont was fr. P. K. care fo this class of people who were the order of "SilTer Slipper, or,some design most complete t -
then moved that ""I. :
FHOTOCRAPHERS SINCE 1870. Alderman Yonge I other such attraction was disappointed -
and said that heretofore to .
ent
likely badly injure themselves.In
r.cdak Supplies.' FhiisMif tar Amateurs the two buildings be secured by the but the man who went to,the
had been :
records not properly St. i
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Board of Public Works, one in the I and the reason for"this was that Praise of Chamberlain's Cough opera house to laugh and to be
rear of the Muller store and the other amused at a moderate cost was more
COTTRELL at the corner of Jefferson and Zarra I clerk had many other duties and, ; Dec. 17. Remedy. than pleased. I
r'lNE PHOTOGRAPHS.Pensacola. gossa street and same fitted up for I.thermore was not familiar with There is no other medicine*manu. "Sweet Sixteen" is a very funny 1 -
.' Fla. oocupancy.The al phrases which was necessary factured that has received so much play. It was played by a clever com COFS BOOK STORE j
mayor recommended the pur-I keep the records properly.He : : Christmas praise and so many expressions of pany and the company, with all Its 4
chase of a typewriter and some said _further that the transfer gratitude as Chamberlain's Cough drawbacks, made good.
R. K. WHITE for the office of Engineer atton and the work would take away from Remedy. It is effective and prompt The company tonight will play "The Brent Building. Phone 235. ,
tatchmaker., ManolBcturinf Jtmler.' a.< Graduate I, the appropriation of $150 to cover salary of the clerk $15 per month relief follows Its use. Grateful parents Chorus Girl;* one of the best pieces
(>Jcian.30 S. fttalei Street.Peniicila. FJU same. The recommendation was adop that an additional $10 per construct a everywhere do not hestitate to they have In their repertoire., "

I I would be required as it would street be testify to its merits for the benefit of I. GULF CITY COFFEE CO. -
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ted.The_ mayor recommended also that come necessary,to procure a,clerk and he others. It Is certain cure for croup : '" .
the stock) catcher be paid a bounty of look after the work. that and will prevent the attack if givenat 1 r H. P. CHIPMAN, Manager. V '
Tersely Told 50 cents per head for stock placed in I The council after some further the city in the first appearance of the disease.It t WARRINGTON j
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the pound at night. In addition to the cusEion during which time its is especially adapted to childrenas Boasters, Blenders and Shippers o!
Mr and Mrs. Thos. W. Griffith of salary of $40. This suggestion was KeDfhaw stated that the : gross it is pleasant to take and contains
Buufay were among the visitors in adopted, and the matter referred to'reason for the improoerly n'i! .the pay nothing injurious. :Mr. A. E. Hum- Fine Coffees -
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the city yesterday. the Board of Safety. I"records was that the physicians phreys a well known resident and Special to The JournaLWarrington i ;
i- Dec. 12-The Euchre OUR COFFEES ARE-SOLD BY ALL 'b"
TV. F businessman The Finance Committee. not fill In the death return giving par clerk in the store of Mr. E. Lock, of '
Graves a prominent Club met with Mrs. Alvin McLellan
THEM A TRIAL
GROCERS. GIVE
of DePuniak. was in the city yesterday i Chairman Reilly,of.the finance committee cause of death. decided to leave Judge I Alice Cape Colony South' Africa last Wednesday afternoon. Mrs.I I
number of matters that the I --'-- ----- --
reported a records with the city clerk. saysI have used Chamberlain'sCough
on a short business visit. I I Richard Waggener received the first
referred to that body. The report recommended kill.the I Remedy to ward off croup and : :
The Bond Trustees. j'prize Mrs. Muller the second and Mrs.
the aproval of the bondsof i was I found it be
Among the visitors to Pensacola colds in my family. to the third. Mrs. Muller will entertain
removal of -Kelly
of
Tn the matter the
yesterday were W. R. Smith and J. L. G. Aymard as city clerk, and !: existing I very sat'-factory. and it gives me the club next Wednesday.
J, Sumlln of Holly, Fla. They spent Milton B Frank as marshal, and the present police station and city to pleasure o recommend it." For sale Mr. and Mrs. Delehanty are receiving -
Board of Bond i
a short tune in the city on business. payment of tile amounts due StephenLee building the it in that by all druggists the congratulations of their
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and Wm. Lee and also officer recommended that Its removal be
Two non-suits were entered in the Etheridge; and the appropriation of tamed in the contract for the I many friends over the arrival of a
withdrew FINE DISPLAY OF
circuit court yesterday, Judge Carter $200 for the purchase of new fire ex of the new building, which I fourteen pound son.
an Joe have the
Mr. and Mrs. Maginn
presiding. One was the suit of the tinguishers.In adopted. ART PHOTOGRAPHYThe
the
Pensacola Cement & Stone Co. vs Joe the matter of the payment of inspectors The Board of Safety. sympathy of the entire communityover
of .000 their little
( $2 the loss of baby on
Arbona and the other Ba\rs & CO. on the sewerage work he finest display of'leather and
The Board of Safety submitted ordinance last Sunday. I I
TS. W. H Helton. the payment of these wood art 'pyrography that has ever
recommended
report on minors visiting and en- The U. S. coal barge No. 1 which
from the been seen in this city is that of Mrs.1
-J'-IDoley. of 505 East Lloyd street. salaries for three months which was referred to the special committees L. N. Buckner, who is exhibiting was beached daring the storm was I:1* \
brought to The Journal office yeste- general fund. mittee which is to 'frame this .beautiful goods at the store of F. B. I successfuly floated last week.
day box rIpe'mulberries which The report was adopted.Ordinance also Waban and Accomac having -
a of Withdrawn. nance. The board I ssed.- I I Bruce, in the Brent building. This is The tugs
*ert picked from.a tree in his ;yard. Muldon of the franchise the appropriation of $200 to be the first exhibit of goods of this description had all the necessary repairs below
This j the second crop this tree has Alderman asked for further time on in paying: the additional $20 per \ for the pur in Pensacola and an examination !- the water 'completed, will be
borna fils and mulberries committee pur taken off the dock today.
year ripe which to the night; patrol driver making of the many unique, pretty and
in the middle -of, December are a the Standard OH Co. ordinance salary $60 per month. sidewalks I useful articles will prove extremely The big naval tug Osceola and coal
unique proposition anywhere. was granted.In feet ia cer i barge No. 1, which were floated last
Me- New Ordinances. Interesting. :Mrs Buckner will havean
Alderman
connection
this the third, week, will be placed on the dock on
Nest Sunday's big Christmas Edi Alderman Tonge gave notice that opening exhibit this afternoon from Saturday.Mr. .
3 until 7 o'clock to which all are in-
would introduce ordinances to
ton will be advertising
a good medium Robert Youd still continues
for want advertisers. Every AFTER TYPHOID.The and imorove certain streets and $. vited. A demonstration of how the I quite sick. :1
work is' done will be an especial :
Be Care- providing for the erection of a read from
tally who has rooms to rent. or who Insatiable Appetite Must Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Bean having
ats boarders should send in their fully Watched.An jail building at the next m>etin;. in: feature. .. I finished therepairs on their cottage :
a1 early. This edition will have a wide attack of typhoid fever usually! Alderman Renshaw asked company'' which was damaged by the storm, WING
oreulatioa and It will be one of the lE'aveone with an enormous appetite Green as to the progress of the Its lines out FEAR RICE OF I have moved Into it again to the delight HOP & CO. .

,t editions ever issued In the state. The wasted body cries out for erage work and was informed that of Pal- PHILIPPINESBy 1 of their neighbors. Importers and Dealers in .
Don't miss It. food material to repair the loss of was going along very slowly. owing: to Main I Chinese and Japanese Fancy 1, '
tissues. the delay in receiving: material, with Associated Press. I Water Cure, for Constipation.
One of the largest catches of red body If care is not used. the weakened when he reolied In answer to a The com Crowley, La., Dea- 12.-.The executive Half a pint cf hot water taken half 1 r Goods. f ',
mappers brought to this port this may be overwhelmed tion that it was the fault of the to make committee of,the Rice Associationof I an hour before breakfast will usually Embroidered Canton Crepe Shawls. ': '
digestive organs
icason was the cargo of the schooner here the bowels regular., Harsh cathartics *
have becom strong. road company. Alderman : in the let- America to-day conferred on keep Handkerchiefs, ivory_ Chbiaware. -4'
Caviar Capt. Frank COOney. When the before they should be avoided. When a Toys. Fireworks. Silks and Unen. -
food that has the tissue- moved that .a letter be directed pleased if the probabilities of menace to the rice ;-
ork of unloading the fish had been There Is and no energy-producing qualities the preri.ient I of the Chamber of ,, a commit industry by the proposed Philippinetariff I purgative is needed, take Chamberlain's the Embroidery. Goods Dress Goods by -' t
completed it was found tha. building: yard.Fine I I
the catch madeto Stomach and Liver Tablets.They
merce calling: his attention to the and draw act. Arrangements were '
consisted erew" of 27,000 pounds and the This equal food to Grape-Nuts.is predigested-the organs that the work upon the seweraee: these privi oppose the passage of the act by are mild and gcttle In their action -I I Imported Teas, Etc.

&received. Co. over $1,000 from Saunders are relieved of the necessity ofdlgcating tern was bein greatly retarded. to the congress. For sale ,by all druggists. 31 S. Palafox Street, Pensacola, Florida. : .;

it; it Is concentrated-affordin that the matter bp **v"'>n s." .* --- -- I ri( -

\ young countryman, who gave his ? much,, nourishment with little meeting Thursday.' The "motion ,"f ,qJ; I
time as Will Infinger. was taken into I bulk', contains all the essential food ,vailed. ; 1 :
custody last night by officers and elciventa for repair' and energy. It Is I Work on East Hill. f fof
placed In the city jail for safe keep- therefore valuable under1 conditionsof I During the discussion of the : Ir
be: The young man when placed in health a r.:well as convalesence. see work Alderman Renshaw : "I'
SU: appeared to be insane and was A Calif. young lady learned the the statement that he had been r : i'i'j
try violent for hours after his ar- truth about Grape-Nuts. She, writes I formed that the sewer pipe were
"r'st His homers one of the small had being properly connected. This
"About four years ago I a severe j
rations north of Pensacola. and noth--
attack of typhoid fever. Alter also been told Chairman Green 1 riift
;*V could be learned of the length of recovering I had a wild longing for the latter stated that he had the ;
ls
stay in Pensacola before he food which nothing seemed to satisfy."I of the enefneers that the work: ,' :
reached his condition. .f. .
present \
tried the best) of everything. but being, satisfactorily done. The :
wis always weak and hungry. AI t man stated ,that he had also
Housekeepers always have "good change to a milder climate did other complaints. k ,

lot! *" when they -use Blue Ribbon me.mend matters-food did not agree with The Minors special Visitina committee Saloons.to Red RocK Ginger Ale

.etln and Vanilla. Absolutely pure, I
"A friend persuaded me to, trY some amendments to the '
?l twice as far and the "Blue'RlbonFtnor" GraIe-Nuts.! To my great; surprise I whereby it will be more effective ; stands. out aiitong all other drinks, as an f :

i is perfection. Ask for the 25c did not experience that hungry; feelins preventing minors visiting t t '

be between meals.' It was a great relief i reported recommending that the }) 1 exception.ally pure5 hlgh. lass ara.cle ., t tIt
alty for saloons selllne intoxicants
and I kept on eating it with great f
benefit minors be made 1100 for the first has t11e tive endors men of ihe most ethical medical : t tn
"Grape-Nuts not only relieved wild. fens and the revolting of the ; 1 1pri1e _
Christmas for the second offense., The : and is wiqely prescribed a a llome drink for all j ,
craving for food but mad! me stronger -
:in.mind and body.-relieved the old was adopted and the committee : 1erin-ft13t1: the va.rirJs..fems ef tndigestione: I 1 1Liooit t: ,:

h(>&dacheS.weakness., strengthened tinued to orepare the ordinance.On i
Fruits tsz iea p.oc Crown BotUes !
my. nerves :so. that.I, was easily able First Reading. -
Alderman Tonee read -- -- ---- -
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to do my work. ;- ii
ThIS is the place to buy -"} ;have 'never' tireff',of Grape-Nuts for the first time providing: for co'rAL r.? A.Oc3B. nrc.. ,a.-cn os azG Ar ia.rr-a.ans poij.g _ i
of bonds to the
as'one-does of most cereal foods. My Iggrmnre amount "-
SOUr Fruits, Oysters, ,Can-. friends were so surmised at my Ira- $450000 and bearing Interest at % i1:1

CIC Fire Works etc... for,the. proved condition! after eating' Grape- rate of 4% per cent. The .t\
; Nuts regularly that. many have bene- after adoption roll -eal1 was A ( :
houda\b. Prices'.rea'sonabte: fitted by tar ,exeprienc" Name e4] referred to the 'general i .

siren br Posttnn,Co. Battle Creek. committee. .
G. P Capariso'sc Mich.' Read the famous little book. The Street Railway. ti -

"The Road to WeUville,* In. ,.p 'S. i 1 Alderman D'Alemberte moved Consolida ted Grocery
7arraCoia and Intendencla'Sts.l "_- "There's a'reaSon.4 ." the,ordinance ,granting :A. ; : !:! .- 'I 'PensacolaFla."T

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t; JOURNAtikURSDAY MORNkNG, ., DE, EMBER 13., 1906.
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; : I J I liS' nothing. improbable ,ia Caruso's *H3HI=! !, ,_!!: ] .._;:. trmtmM=t..EEE= m-r.. ,n ::, :, f T: K?

The Anti-Pass i j 1,story.-Albany (Ga.) Herald. j g: ; : ;:;::; ;: ; :!:: :!''i : 1: : i'ihui ll iii= hiil 'Ii i n: II u< m"", ,:; ::: --. -:--, '.. :

It: be Jen toI 'Jfnnfnal Movement. Girls and Girls. i : : -*'-. '.1.

i The movement, which has been apparent ; JSveryhcdy likes girls who do their': b*
I and courteous at STENO RAPHY
i. for some time in all lines of ; all best times to be, who pleasant do not: repeat:,unpleasant Fl LEARN !

commercial and industrial endeavor.
other
about by
SUNDAY I remarks made you
DAILY WEEKLY. : toward abolishing the free list, whichis ::: I I girls;' who, although they cannot boast HH{

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY nothing' more or less than a species ,.,of a spare penny, always with look their neat : LEARN BOOKKEEPING !
of graft, has reached the telegraph ; and nice; who are lavish f
: .BY... smiles and are sorry when they are
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companies and the Postal Company "
look out every
oollged to frown; who .
HJ THE JOURNAL COMPANY. has just'announced that all franks will j[ day for the happy things of life; who .

be recalled on January 1. This is try to jump over all) the little ridges 19 The demand for Stenographers and Bookkeepers is con.

I a move in the right direction and is I I that break up the smoothness of their stantly-increasing. Last week we were called upon to fill
,FRANK L MAYES Pr.sid.nt aid General Manager path who are happy because they n I : ,
in line with sentiment in all
public them see the sun zn .Our courses are practical and terms g
I make people about ",:' nine good.positions. very
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sections of the
country. word'
I I'shine; who always nave a good -
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. I !me reasonable.Twentieth.
! In a recent issue the Mobile Register for everybody and who appreciate the
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: I II took a strong position relative to I fact that the" orld was not made for SHtHE
; ; ;I N RATES, the pass evil, an of which The Journal them alone, and who do not always' d:

I 'f'S'On Tear. .. ..........$5 00 Oae Monti .. .. .. .. .. 4R( .endorses. The Registers views I expect the best, it has to .offer.-St An- Century Bookkeeping..,

! : Six Months .. .. .. .. .. 2 50 One Week.. .. .. .. .. .. 10 upon the subject are as follows: drews: Buoy. tf |I = .
! Three Months.. .. .. .. 125 Weekly Edition per year..$! CO '
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Telegraph franks are about to be 1 *. ,* # Pernin Shorthand
: t abolished by the telegraph companies.Good I ,, Light-Line
We do not see what such a'' NEWS AND VIEWS *
From Detailed
The Pensacolm Which
I Only Newspaper a
frank is for but to influence business : FROM STATE PM'ERS. il 1 1
r : Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. in favor of the company granting it 111111 I

, It is a drawback, rebate or special in- * * * We have the largest night '
ductment issued with the hope of getting '
. (Editorial Rooms 38 Papers on Sale en Trains trade while professedly holding Entitled to Div rce. I J school in Florida. Phon'e900: =

, Phone* ( Business Office 1500 cELL1urp. I rigidly to rates. There are some 7s the country married to a policy the and
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s and at all News Stands. or ca.llat college
for of asks exchange.
:passes granted courtesy, course, of tariff robbery? an i.lees'm
but not many passes are of that sort We are us* sort bit if it is, 'the talk it over.
: The most are to persons who have country is clearly entitled to a divorce
Offices-Journal '- Corner
Building Intendvnola and OeLuna
Sts. large custom to dispose of to the tele- with ,alimony.-Apopka Citizen. *
. graph companies., It will be well to Pensacola Business College. J

put a stop to the issuing of these. Monseur Le C mpte, etc. ..

PEXSACOLA FLORIDA. THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 13, 1906. franks Railroad or passes.passes are coming to an Compte His Boniface Extravaganza de Castellane Monsieur LI* D.le I;1ImjWf!! !!!! ; m !!:!!:imm!!:!!!: = ."u.4 ,

end also. That too, is good. A passis and,A. S.. S...lit now writing things for :? ;: : ::
I The peonage jurors have been granted lawyers before completing his bill, for a tavor to come or some service the Paris Figaro in order to secure

: : a conditional pardon until the mid but, the main feature of it will be a to be rendered. It will be better the "wherewithal" to satisfy the longings '- ;;;
,, die of January. uniform tax of two cents per acre on for the railroads to pay cash tor these ofz his "tum-tjm; which he I nal Improvement funds. We know ... ... .. .. .... ............ .a..o ..

all taxable lands in the state Joa I I things, and better for the service if couldn't 'do with the figger 0 left him' what we are talking about and have !
: :' The wit of Bob Taylor: will help to period of five years. This; wcopTd produce all persons not actually in railroad by Madame Gould. Bug.-Tampa Tribune -' heard that honest old statesman. the i CHRISTMAS GIFTS IN JEWELRY AND CUT GL/SSS/

senate a revenue of about $600,000 a I employment pay cash for transportation. late John. L. Crawford, kick, about 2
rk clear the atmosphere In the I Is more tunable, for a ChrIstmas gift or more appreciated
: ; Nothing by
and In the If the who have been such things being done many Is the .
woald people
: : 'Wben Jeff Davis starts that "old fashioned year, period given the recipientthauva piece of Jewelry or cut glass. My tock was eiected/ .
. raise sufficient funds to build troak I I riding on passes pay fare hereafter Caruso Sings Two Tunes. time. Even during his lifetime he : for tile special purpose" affording something suitable for this purpose. .
row" in the senate chamber. I roads in every part of the state Wh5 3 the pasenger!! rate per mile can be reduced Caruso singsa different tine in the was a kicker and objector to the little Here. are just a few ,of', the efferIns ,

:. f I everyone admits the urgent reed cf I I materially. Brooklyn courts to what he voices wrong doings, but always registereda : .DIAMOND GOODS-Diamond Stick Pins ..
f The jury in the Birdsong case stood Diamond Ring* ... .-->*' $185 1 '" $5 to $23 *
. I It good roads in every section of.tthe j i Why not extend the reform. wave on the operatic;: stege. Moreover, it protest and he would talk out of plamond.brooches _,.'. 's.$9 to $50 I I..Diamond Locket ..... .$10 to $33
j 11 to 1 for acquittal Beat tie "ten state and wll applaud' a E*__vemsi.t I and let it overwhelm street car passesas Is not so thoroughly in bsrwiny and meeting about things that djd not i, .!* WATCHES., t

: :' to 1" bet a, little but a "12 to 0" verdict looking to the betterment c: the good i.I well? .Such passes are at the expense there are bricks !In the boquets look right to him.-Tallahassee. .True. :Solid Ladle Gold 0 sIze 14,karet 2tI.yU'.imed..::t..Keystone.-, ..cans .t............$..izt.$22 to) $35$20 *<

, t would have pleased the defense j road sltuatica still it I? a qastlcn: i of the people who pay fare. handed to the' f&str-micded foreigner. Democrat : Solid _Gold Diamond set ..:....... .. $47 J
; better. if a measure levying an acfwge ts* Why should a city or county afficial -Tampa News.WhanDoodIes'. eenfemen's. 12 and'j6 size watches ...'............- ...... $14' to ) .
1- I would be an equal aad Just taxation, ride free 'on the street car! What .. .,. '. I' -' ,,: ". "' .[ -+ CHAINS AND LOCKETS- .

; f { Joe Bailey is making the hardest and the Tribune believes that before: reason is there for letting a newspaper !! Latest Guest '' *; : '! ::: :: ...:# ,.::'oIrd'OldNeckchain_ ..i.......$330. to $to 1Solui 1
$3 75
reporter ride' free? An exceptionfor has fc PRESS Ort "ERDICT : ;;t 2* 4. : gold locket v. to $15
: The DeLand Mercury "gone to :
.. Mr. Olmstead'a bill is zeated at > .. .....$1
Diamond *
( 2 fight of his life for the retention of his pj 6 tocKett :: V" W> *
policemenland firemen would be the .'-the OILLETfE CASE. -;* t.Gi:
Tallahassee !it will ask for tax land where woOO.blnetwnetll 4 CU .
a of .
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seat in the senate but he is a born two or three mills. Instead cf I reasonable. These men rqulre to be and where the'whang.dcodls taoarnetn < # ;Cut,.Glass..Pitchers ...MWtajnso i
T t. fighter and has taken his cause direct tax. With aa acreage transported quickly, and also they are for its firstborn. It has "turned up .* *T$ '* f? -5 #'* #, {;f # ;Cut Glass Bowls : ......... -..IStO $ .OO
this ameadarazt! we of the Cut Glass Vases ,.,..................._.t&2S to $7.00 .
i r to his people. believe that the bill could bs ps!ei, protectors company's property. its toes to the ;daisies, ,and is no Cut Glass Nappies _...........$1.25 to $J *
: and would stand the test of the Professional workers for charity like- more. It has gone the way of the Not Needed. zCut Glass.Sugar.and Cream Sets ....$3.25 to $ .OO *
: | More than one politician has tried courts. wise should be given the courtesy. drainage amendment, and the "free CILette says he did not, confess 218 South Palafox St. t
AU other people should fare. --will have to his : ',These ar.' simply a few of the many articles I am offering and all of *
f pay pass" requester pay offfi1.c: Browo Ihe: "
I,to control the political affairs of the the ,murder : are fully guaranteed If not represented, your money back. t
goods
The my ,
anti-pass movement is growinr. fare scat in :
or wa:1k. Requie rt'ace-
jUt: dees not seem_ to have needed
and failed I
. Vatican famous
; many men The founder
of the Nobel
and already is has exceeded the limit
peace Lake City Index. :
his testimonyin' brdjr to find him : :
j f; I in history have traveled over the prize which has just been awarded to: that seemed possible a short while I I W. A. GAHLENBECK

t; /{ same road Bellamy Storer now walks. President Roosevelt was a Swedish! ago. Maybe we shall see it do away That Jap 'TioubleSpeaUngof 'ilty.--AtlantaJouylll. 218 South' Palafox Street. :

k Atlanta is to lose her negro Internal chemist who made a great fortune by: with the free list everywhere. schools and treaties: 'laps and.11 American
collector and he the manufacture of wonderful explosives * * * .* Vbether Chester,Gillette has confessed
;; ) revenue will be Succeeded seem to have become. 'Jately) mixed up. to Interest-
promises become as
$-
: / by the post master at :Macon. practically the only use for PENCIL PUSHERS \* it is safe enough to say that the treaty inr' question as:that celebrated o'e '

I{ The appointment was decided on some which'.was in warfare and in prepara- POINTED. PARAGRAPHS. making power ofttbe; government' can with which is indissolnblr connected '
tion 'for warfare. That this peace not put any thing into' a treaty that it with the 'name of Billy Patterson.- FOOT BALL
: | weeks ago but has been held up by does not derive,ihe power to do directly I
1 prize coming from a man who invented Albtnj '(Ga.) Herald.
the president until the negro troops from the law and the constitu .

;: t discussion simmered down a little. destructive explosives, should go Won't, Work Both Ways. tIon.-Tampa Times. /Through the Technical Loopholes.
( to a pugnacious and bellicose American ,
,.. The administration may decide that Does' the Metropolis'iT-Endorse it- ? The Gillette case will go on its Barton Academy of Mobile
The Jasper Banner of Liberty
says whose'chi f characteristic is yellow children shall go to white sickening journey through .court after ,
that a large number of the "citizens schools but they cannot compel white It.is not 'twoor. three newspapers .
k strenuosity seems paradoxical, but any longer which "find fa'at with the court, steered by' clever lawyers vs.
children to'go there.-Birmingham
1't' of that enterprising town went to the world awarded the prize AgeHerald.So State Board of :r rdQns':.as repeatedly through' technical loopholes sanctionedby

/ Valdosta to see the hanging of old long before the commissioners at asserted in thi ,state, but one of the the law; the public will) grow wearyof Pensacola Classical School

r man Rawlins and the negro Alf Christiana announced the official ver Say We All.; severest arraignments of that boardwe the nasty story of selfishness and .
Moore. Jasper must be short in the' The Tribune regrets that Florida's have seen for;a long ttme comes cruelty and in all likelihood the scoun-
dict. Roosevelt's work in bringing good citizen, Col. T.. J. Appleyard of from Rev. F. M*'Sprague& of '1 amps. drelly ,perpetrator of a awful, heartless December 14 1906.
f amusement line this season. about the Portsmouth treaty will live Lake City. was_defeated for Sergeant- He preached last,Sunday upon the murder will escape the electric Friday; ,

The Monticello News that the as long as history itself. at-Arms of the Democratic caucus of "Carnival of ?Mulder and Its Chief chair.! --:Tampa. Tribune.
says the house of representatives.-Tampa Cause" under the auspices of the j- Palmetto Beach Admission 50 cents
: demand for a decent court house in Tribune. Minister Associates of that city,And Unconcerned. :
The Miami Metropolis hands.out. to
,; that county Is Increasing in insistence he did'.rate. ,the boaid ...about the I fChester I Gillette confesses nochal- .
Jacksonville the following timely advice for Claude. Jacksonville that he murdered Grace Brown
: Jefferson county needs a new courthouse Bouquet Cooper murder case. a&tly
as bad as any county in the in regard to enlarging her city Claude L'Engle, of the Sun, Tallahassee Metropolis.,: .i 1 and tossed her body into Moose lAke: p -
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limits: wields a trenchant pea In the lie apparently 'doesn't think that he -
state and the county commissioners of Jacksonville has the "GreaterJacksonville" great cause of Right Truth and. Jus- Against Granting Excessive Powers I. committed a fiendish crime or that I
that enterprising county should have got tice. May he win the success that There is no use of trying: to either' anybody should be particularly concerned -
bee a buzzing and if and truth deserves.-Carra- dodge or epitomize the verdict of the P.N' safeguard Your Health
more pride in their county affairs she does what.she! thinks she is goingto courage or' wrought up about it-Al-
of Florida that
belie people %i on drainage
: than to let this old shack remain do a great big slice of Duval county. Advertiser. amendment-they! may have been bnT-Ga.) Herald.-- i

t long. will be taken into the fold for taxation A Floating Rumor willing to recJalmtheiliel'sJadea, but :: A Master ,Passi'fh ;;. ,. Jft
and graft Miami had the expansion .'J he rumor that there ia to be a It is quite plain that tjtey are against .; Penn Nerve
rdict of in the otChester
vf guilty case
There seems to be some foundation I fever, too, a little while back-but called session of the. legislature next :the proposition of gfving to any five ,
Gillette with the
charged
r! in the rumor that is exciting Fernan. there is no use repeating what those month seems to be floating around in men the license tQ steaj the whole '

;. dlna because' of the fear that they countymen living just outside the limits the air without any tag 01 authorityon state.-Jacksonville Flortdlan. I I i murder Brown, will'of meet his sweetheart with general"Billy"j .J and Blood Tonic
I very
did to the project. This is Malail it or any excuse for living._ What ,
will lose their identity as a sovereign and that is Jacksonville and maybe possible motjve could there be for And Florida is Proud of Them. I I approval.. There was no eyewitnessto

t- city of Florida as the following from Jacksonville will go about it a little such a session-Live Oak' Democrat Miami and Live:Oak have been having ,the tragedy'save the accused but REMEDIESShouI4
Times-Union a little friendly bout as to their the circumstantial evidence made a,
the
would indicate "If '
t : different than Miami did. 'If she does.
Slavery and Peonage. relative merits. They are both. pro- perfect chain,that could not be broken. : be ia your vest pocket or handy about the home. In the tr>
Jacksonville extended herself sumciently which will be. the right there is .,
way IDS summer heat, when are all run down and physically w ; Uwith
but"one Brown you
What is slavery! To'have to work gressive and hustling towns "Billy" was a foolish little
little doubt her
r to the northeast she could expansion scheme will when you don't want to. What Is would know that by the character factory girl who permitted her head to nsrvou prostration, skin eruptions depressed spirits peevish S

strike salt water on that side and fill go. light'on through a humming W>:' peonage? lo have'to work when you the papers each town supports' Pen- be turned by flattery and a handsomeface ness., irritability general sensitiveness of the whole nervous syet! '

F in a peninsular of her own. Why not refer to that the would state legislature than a*, the I' don.t feel like it, to'pay off a debt due sacola Journal There was no bout ,.but her letters to her false lover morbid fears restless and sleepless nights, eczema, pimples blot(;-,

f plan for a harbor on two sides? Ultimately : put agency the project through more with likely little the man you are working for. AndWeary about it. The papers of Live Oak: will long be remembered as classics and all impurities of the blood.
: Willie stretched his legs and and Miami have Jiiit been trying to of an humble life that knew a master''
[ Fernandina must come in. difficulty. arms yawned and said'"Its a d-=-d show the world that they represent pa.s3Ion.-Tampa Times. USE F>.EMM. NERVE and BLOOD TONIC

t; In discussing the paragraph in the "The Shah of,Persia is dying" says outrage, Isn.t irt"-'faxnpa TrIbune.A the sire interests and promising the two little most : Now- is'the time to begin. This great remedy costs, but a trifii

t Talatka Times-Herald last week in the latest dispatches, but then the Tangle. Florida.-Miami Metropolis. prcgres-.I;I !''ioaCl .Jc..drT.I i will) sare"ou doctors' bills and years of suffering."When .

in which that paper declared that under Shah is In :the Castro class when It Here is a tangle. An old ,man of :...-- suppose that in five csrs' time i 'you,ta** a Penn Remedy, you are using aa honest reD 1
Editors, for Legislators. anybody :who doesn't wear spectacles : druggists free from dt !
twenty-eight aa
t: no circumstances would W. D comes to dying.Famous fifty and a youngman of !I medicine, vouched for,by your leading
both widowers. The young man hasa By all means 1st.us have a fair proportion -,..: Trill be liable to arrest .ndtaprbpntaeat spirits or poisons bodrbuilder.with a tonic effect .found ia no ,;"5.r i
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Bloxham become a candidate for a stepdaughter, thirty-eight years old of newspaper men in the legis. wKfc or ifitljoftt tl*' option of a medicine.! 'It is &I, tonic that tones.

t third term as governor the Tallahas- DecisionIn that he marries to the Older gentleman lature. They are quite as near to the. fine 'cincot bel'eve! that alt people The Only True Vitallzer, Price 50c-

t see True Democrat says: Gaming.Case.. and in return'takes the bid gen people o and as c fully representative who weir spectacles suffer from defective Retailed by Hannah Bros., Ilooton's Pharmacy and "Wl A D M"re' I
for wife. Now as other class of citizens .
tleman's a any
daughter berte all
and .
f "Don't be too of duggistz.s
for
sure that some vision. I think that the great bulk
Judge Logan E. Bleckeley, who lies what relation are these four people to The death of Senator Carter .
$. times such men as Hon. W. D. Blox makes.a of the'pe pJe who overdress their faces .. ti I
one another?-Sanford Chronicle. of Levy county, _- ""V"
ham can afford to make sacrifices, and critically ill at his home in Clarkes-
i vacancy to be filled by special election with pieces of gold mounted: glass! do
I Ir
I If the many Floridians who love Blox rifle Ga, has had a remarkable ca Immigration Needed. and the Sumter County Times nomf, so.out.of vanity. They consider that 1 I

-i,.' ham. wish to see him again governor reer. He was admited to the bar Florida needs immigration; Immigration nates Editor Farmer of the Bronson, it improve their appearance and tends I r ._. *i :abate a flagrant evil which is to *I" '
press the matter, he may see it as a I when wa's that is wining to conform to Times-Democrat, as an excellent man I!
he
l thirteen years of age and to raske them loot more Intellectual $ SAID PENSACOLA found in tiland. "
i in
conscientious duty yea a necessity. to the laws and become citizens but It for that position. Put It to the house every community
has served. chief You will notice that no pretty woman 'q. ANQ
of PENSACOLIANS. *
it as justice the supreme
again consent to become Florida's does not need and does not want the and let us make it unanimousUve'Oak '-' Live Oak DemocratPublicIty
Chief court'of his state. It was whileon For handsome man ever goes about with *
Executive. kind that produces the.dusty walkers. Democrat f <<
r. I this court that be wrote the head- Weary Willies, crap kings, etc Homebuilders I a cold nose Improver.. It would in- .. ---'- fl-H Wanted.

The St. Augustine Meteor pays the 1 1r note to a decision on a gaming case are what. Florida needs, and Death of Samuel Spencer.In deed, be an 'extraordinary thing If our Cruelty 'to ,Animals.', .- The Pensacola Journal man frquently .,.
will receive a cordial and hearty the death of President Samuel I oculists wee 'to tell ua that beautiful
r following tribute to the late they .
Judge I that has since become famous in the Railway in Over in. Pensacola a .negro was ar- advances some ideas that arof
of the Southern
welcome.-Chipley Banner. Spencer, people had defective
never eyesightTail ;"
;: Whitfield of Leon county: legal lore of the south. 'One Pacettl wreck on his own road one week rected and. fined $1Oand, sta in ,the ', immediate interest to the pe
F Judge R. A. Whitfield did at his I had been convicted of running a gaming State Arsenal. ago to-day the South has lost one of Gazette. city court' for cruelty to his .horse.I'I of the entire etate of Florida. Ou<>
home in Tallahassee on Wednesday oft Adjutant ,General Foster la .quotedas its most distinguished business men; such was recently broached undrf
r. r1ght'stic'
II house and the case was appealed I' That's ; ; it to 'em. The
] Varnfche Wanted.
Florida I lafurji the caption, "Publicity
the call them.
last week. Thus another of the rapid. saying that incoming "captains of industry, we I
{: ly thinning ranks of all tl?.t.t went to' from the city,court ot Atlanta. In sustaining -legislature will be asked to appropriate But Mr. Spencer was more than that Fluid resins or oils from several different poor: heJuJess dumb Creatures who The article is one that touches *

: make up the chivalry and sturdy manhood the lower court,Justice Blecke 60OOO to be used in the building He"was a true hearted man and a pa .f trees are extensively used in the serve nl 'SO faithfully have only voluntary proposition that has frequently tetJ

t of the "Old South" are silently ley wrote his famous headnote which of a State ArsenaL And as soon as triot. He served his country in the i r f Philippines as varnithes. One of them, advocates to'plead their cause I considered by every newspaper in tie

i passing away. Judge Whitfield was a follows:. I General Foster let the cat out of the ranks as a soldier during the war, and called oil of supa. is a pale yellow and they-cad 'hold no mass. meeting state and shows that the peep!' !J
iJI
-' 'bag so to speak Jacksonville citizens ever since then he has served her as 'to give' voice I Pensacola are as keenly interests *
perfect type of that old school and he liquid'when fresh but It becomes dark to their grievance
"A social gentleman fond of company I'went to work hoping to be the lucky a leader in that splendid army of against brutal, cruel I II I the matter in question as they are II
died as he lived-a high-minded, true t and 'Viscous after contact with the -hearted masters.
and a.glass! by occupation a would be our1 :::6;
place where the arcenal workers which is fast making Hillsboro, Manatee or other cour
We hail with I
Christian gentleman. Four. sons, cigar maker. who keeps his sleeping Times. of air. Spread in a thin layer it dries t always pleasure such
-Apalachicola grand Southland the garden spot .
planted. -Tampa News.Subscribe
) James B. Whit Items as this from Pensacola
Judge field. C. for
: Bryan apartment wit the doors 'blanketed the world.-Bartow Courier-Informant slowly and forms a hard varnish. It It
; Whltfleld. G. T. Whitfield and Louis in a fit condition for privately gaming -Kisf is.also' capable of being burned in a means that: civilization is advancingand .

i. TVhitfleld, and a daughter Miss May therein and who invites his friends at The ugliest thing produced by the That Tile Floori g. lamp .Another natural varnish is baloo -. public sentiment is waking up.. .to to The JournalAyer's

f. TVbitfield. survive him night to refresh themselves with simplifield spelling is the modified A beautiful and attractive tile flooring also called oil of apitong. It Is T

t beer, but who has in the room, besides I word "thruout" The most disgusting has been laid on the east and white when fresh but darkens after -
It is evident that' the question ofV barrels and bottles, a table suitable Is "kist" Can you look at those front portico of the capitol. It wouldbe I med'cine -
exposure and makes a very tough Cherry Pectoral is regular coned
rood roads will claim the attention of for together with eleven words as they appear without feline nice to have the same on the west medicine.jTjL .
gaming I' towards the simplified spelling; fad and at all entrances and there is no vanilth. Oil of panto is a third variety a strong medicine, a doctor's
the next legislature of Florida as several packs'of cards, and ,two boxes of
somewhat as Tl1 nan does toward the Floridian who would register a kick ,inferior to the others in its drying VsrfOt/CT/2. Good for easy coughs, hard coughs, despente
and I
chips, containing
one eighty chips '
t members of that legislature.were I the :fifteenth amendment- You probably at it, if there are available or appropriated properties. Chemical analysis has 4coughs.. If your doctor fully endorses II for
other' :D0. and memorandum
a
elected on good roads platforms.. The without actual suggestion where funds for It. In the past years shown consistentft'et7 then ba't ute
I book with and numbers .recall that all these wood oils TOUT case, then tike ft. If not,
t .Ft. Pierce Tribune in discussing this i in it,and names whose entered Tillman said to go :with it-:'Tampa hundreds of little tricks have come 'of hydrocarbons known as sesquiterpenes. I Medicine it. Never go contrary to his sdvice.
guests
or some .
t matter says: I IF' .Times. about and points were squeezed and __n. enttl W jmWU* 4.C. ,yVC&
I of them, retired hurriedly under the extra bills were paid out of the Inter- b.fbr vls = llo 9r.p.f cicss. 1
Hon. C. F. Olmstead, repree:Ptatl\e bed on being surprised by a Yislt from I Naughty Girls.
:- In the legislature from St. Lucte txU"J.1 the police at 1 o'clock lathe morning. I In justice to Caruso unpleasant _

I; ty i I8 preparing a bill to ?. sent to may or many not be guilty of the ,charges against whom were sustained
I.
: the next Je '.glature. prerViBg for a offense of keeping a gaming house. A I by a police magistrate from whose

;, thorough system of good; nad! sH verdict of guilty based on these and decision an appeal has been taken, it
V; ever the state. Mr. OlmsteAd )hs It): other inculpatory facts. such as the I must be acknowledged that it Is a

yet progressed. far enough, in the: rattle of chips and money and some common thing in -New York for men You Look Prematurely! Old
f preparation of his bill for the Tribune expressions about seven dollars and to be falsely accused bY' women and

l tf give a dft of It. 'n **rf MO'm- twelve dollars heard by the police on girls who seek the five or ten dollars
1 stead realize: the nocessitr <.' con- Approaching the premises is warranted most men will give up rather than
t: enUinc; pooj roads: riioc*".:s aJ ovr": I| bv the evidence and is not; have their names printed in " the state as well as oon3UtatlOl.J I l I contrary to" law. with such' an accusation. There- Because of the**' ugly,'grizzly, way hairs. Usa ** LA CRfcOLS" HAIR RESTORER. Price SI.OO. retail. '



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BY AURELIE MAREAN BERNARD. GOOD. on, China. Plates. 4

|NoM9 Before a P. M-
i Telephone. l JNo.,S8.After 3 P. .M.J' | Gold Leaf Frames '
Very few of us ever give the hideous r
alligator a thought unless it is accompanied

by the desire to do away Solid Oak
-,--- -- set in a :
with the '
him says Miami Metropolis ,.. .
But if reports'are true the 'gatoris :

NOT COMING. 'not only harmless but valuable "
to
They can't come home for Christmasand The Journal's. Daily Fashion-Feature mankind. Listen to this from the.Tampa Shadow Box Mission Tables

mother sighs and stands. ... Times quoting from a man who is t f a,
And looks out of the window, their regarded as an authority on everything 1 I [ 1

letters In her hands that lives or swims ia the wilds 75 and 1
And tries to hide her feelln's, and,I and waters of Florida: To-day $10,00 .. $i.25 :

-well, here rye set since the ,.
"Not long Times printedan
llookln' at the paper, an' haven't article ,
I ; \ Interesting based upon an 'i
it
read
yet. interview with W. H. Kendrick in HAND t
and the items ; HANDLED ? ,
The headlines Is jumbled DIAMONDSr WATCHES -
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which that gentleman very ably maintained PAINTED -- 'sr
every way- that the destruction of the alligator "** *
"They can't come home for Christmas" i CHRISTMAS GIFTS NAPPIES,
the almost direct
was of
cause
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is all they seem to say. FINE ,
ia
the disappearance- great part of the

1 know what mother's thinkin'; she's hv I game and food fishes of the inland 3 CHINA 1 ,- SELECT O. FLOW FOOTED S *-' :
waters of Florida., He maintained that STOCK '
lookin' down the lane '
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the alligator, being a surface feeder ,saN-BOys. i
And mlndin how she'd counted to go I 9-inch '
to meet the train- and the garfish being a surface sleeper JEWELRYSILVERWARE .
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$1.00.
the destroyed great --
Ire polished up the elelghbells until i- alligators numbers PLACQUES
the garfish and kept them down. ,' 1
they looked like gold! o NOVELTIES ; ft.
The is the meanest thing that OF ;
And seemed as fall of Jingles as any. gar PLENTY
bells could hold. wea/r scales or swims. Unfit to eat $1.50

And we'd a' gone in early, and they'd'a' greedy he destroys unlimited qauti- GOLD
tumbled down tier! of food fishes from spawn to the I

And laughed an' waved their "hellos"to largest he can catch. He does not Teddy Bears

all they know In town. ever afford snort in catching; him, and .., -
1 is actually: the most worthless 'denizen 8-inch :
The sky is gray and gloomy; the of the waters. 4 ro,
house is dark and still "The alligator when abundant, kept Jr ti, .'Received COMPORTE,
The cedar trees is lonesome where tM gar* practically out of business Just ,

they stand on the hill- and the game fishes flourished and RICH WITH + .
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And we'd picked out the best one, I were marvelously:abundant Now that ,
the one we knew would be the alligator is extinct almost, and the
The very finest cedar to make a par abounds everywhere the good $1.50 $4.00GOlD, K
Christmas tree fishes have suffered such ,raids that .
The clock here on the mantel is tickin' s they are actually becoming very $2.50.
sad and slow,
I scarce
"They e 'u't., come home ,for Christmas : "There is another way in which alligators -

: serve mankind. They eat Buy Early and Avoid the Rush
.
Theme not a coming No. every moccasin, they, can close their : Ei Eisea

\ Jaws upon. A big alligator was killed ,
And mother at the window looks out three or four years ago in Span! h. -
and down the lane, town creek and .when cut open the
-And stare at my paper-but stare at half-digested remains of three moccasins

it In vain, were found in his stomach. Thisis
For all the type is tangled and all the : Otter Skin. f ;
an item of some importance in be-
letters blurredIn half of the alligator, tor whatever will. The furrier was taking his stock out PIANOS ill
one unendin'' sentence, repeaten'word
for word- kill moccasins is a blessing I of the cold storage room. It came PIANOS GOOD

The only news the world holds to-day "There Is no' doubt that the case I forth frozen stiff and coated with glistening r
has been folly made out for the alligator white frost But'there was one .
for her and 'me: '1' .f .
They can't come home for Christmas"is and the next session of the beautiful skin that, though Just as stiff i., : '
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legislature should enact a law makingit I .f
all that I can see. r as any of the others, had no frost on It., : '

-We D. N., in Chicago TrIbune. does an no offense possible to kill harm one.and The a brute large I "I want you to 'look at this skin". fie A.good piano is cheaper in the end, in ,the be ; ,
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Mrs. W. R. Johnsonto I amount of"c-oOO. besides adding now said. "It.Is the kind that the richest gmmnga1.d all the time. ; : 1'1. '
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and ,have
and then a: picturesque touch to the Russians, grand dukes so on ; .
Give Card I their overcoat collars made of. Ibis a .
Party. scenery. He ought to be spared
A Watch for 79c is nevertheless a watch. ; _J
An event of the latter pardon of this sea otter's skin, and it Is so expensive :

week will be the card party, given by No Opium in Chamberlain's Cough that often one coat collar of It will cost. h .
)lrs. Wm. R. Johnson on Friday after- THEATRE BLOUSE OF CHIFFON CLOTH.A Remedy. $300. It is, unquestionably the best A suit -of clothes for the largest man at $198 isstill ,

noon, at her handsome residence number charming little French blouse Is here illustrated, the model -being. In There is not the least danger In giving skin In the world to make coat collars, : a suit. 'j .

fifty-two Wdst Gonzalez street pink chiffon cloth: wtth white Cluny laco used down each side of the front Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to I of. Why? Look at this one, and you'll ,
Vrs Johnson will entertain a large the scalloped edge of the Cluny being outlined by'frills of point 'd'espritlace. small children as it contains no opium see--AU my other skins are covered -. # ;
camber; of her lady friends with progressive ot other harmful drug. It has an established Yet these articles:! are dear because worthless. '
Half-Inch wide:velvet ribbon matching the chiffon laced acrossthe of than with treat, while on this fur no frostwhatever : ,
euchre reputation more
and as she has the yoke in double at the sides. The waist was-shirred'in thin
being caught loops And that's the rea- : '
for thirty as the most successfulmedicine appears.
reputation successful years
!social functions Bides and at middle back where the waist fast- The same { ,
lengthwise gronprat7ront. !
skins make the best
her friends anticipate a pleas- In use for colds, croup and son why sea otter
ant afternoon. The hours are from eed; the fullness being:in soft crosswise lines. whooping cough It always cures and coat collars. The breath, for some unknown which are made like:lightning.and sound like thunder : '

three until six o'clock. is pleasant e to,take. Children Eke it 'reason,doesn't freeze on th .t
I I Sold by all .druggists.PLENTY'OF. New,Tort Press.D1etisgstslsei. m'1 --after a little use.,. .1'jPA :r ..
:The Woman'lIone., Missionary Society and dances given in honor of the college came to the city yesterday to visit ,- i
boys and girls who after the re- his brother, Mr. Neptune Buckner ,
:
will at hold the a Palafox meeting street Thursday Methodist afternoon straint of school" ,.life, will. enjoy them wife and daughter. who are In the by HoTemeot. I Kranich ,&':Bach, Lester, Packard, Cassell, :i. t ; i

church., A full attendance is desired immensely., ,city for a few weeks.,- : GAME Observant and far sighted persons Clutter Piano,- last a life: time and are always good. : 1- :.'1
as there will be an election of distinguish at great distances a man 1.
Mr. Walter Churchill and mother,
officers at this meeting. PERSONALMENTION. Mrs. J. A. Churchill left this week, for IN EVERGLADES: from a woman not by dress, face or See: them ;at the Clutter .Music House-oldest t t
Brunswick Ga., which place--will be figure, but by movements. The motions "
Nearly all of the young people who The Memorial Association will hold their future home. Miss Mary ,of.the most graceful of men are and largest in the state. .I"$$4' if f
are away attending college will return an important tneetlng'Friday: morning : t'I"
Churchill left several earlier with the sinu- .
days ungainly when compared
home for the Christmas holidays and at eleven o'ct ck-fn-the chapter room ,
will at the old All ANIMAL LIFE THERE FULL OF VA. ous lines that most women instinctively: I .. ''
endeavor to enjoy their brief holiday arzaory'buildiag. members The friends of Mr. Robert French, I '
to the utmeai. It Is said that are requested. to be present to assume. It often happens that a single ,
RIETY
who resided IN GREAT ABUNDANCE '
formerlY in Pensacola, AND J;
there will be a number of receptions assist on' the arrangement of a program motion of a distant figure, and especial- j
] for the celebration of the birth be will the be next pleased mayor to learn of Florala that he wherehe will, ly a motion of the arms'above the head :........e......".....................4............N.. I. ''.1.,t! 1'1'I.
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day of General Robert XL Lee which has been living for some time past will instantly; determine ,for a trained t,i .
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occurs on January nineteenth.Mr. If .: '
of the ,
observer the sex person any ..

"The Best fc What We Sell" and Mrs.Browder and baby, of'' J.Mr.Butler J. of C. this Carter city, ,father left for of his Mrs.home'T. In discussing the Everglades and its 1 one doubts thIs' let him note the awk- O ne, ,',, rJ 0 f I ; (

the the inhabitants Helen Harcourt gives I ward,, windmill-lite performance of a :
Gulfponit Miss., areas city, |
I in Repton. Ala.. Saturday' He stoppeden i
guests of Mr.. and Mrs, Robert Grant route ta visit his daughter: Century. out this interesting information in; I man arranging his hair and the graceful Your Life in Bed :r: .v
THERE IS Mrs. Browder.was formerly Mrs. Vera the Sunny South: curves and deft touches with which
Frausis. They will remain until after "The animal life of the everglades; a woman accomplishes the same thing. '-t. g

Christmas. Honest undisguised extracts-Blue Is fall of variety and abundance. Immense i I'. Since about a third of your life is spent in : 1. i .
NOTHINGBETTER Ribbon Lemon and VudHa. Absolutely flocks of ducks water turkeys,I t
Mr. F. E.,Baylies! ; who:week has been in pure, go twice as far and the "Blue buzzards curlews and other birds are BOSTON'S BARBER REGULATIONS. bed, why:; not have the bed comfortable. ; you : -I 'I'.1 fi
Pensacola for the left Tues-
past ,
in evidence. They are, as a '
Ribbon Ftevor" Is perfection. Ask for always all th'at's good and comfortable In the :
Tennessee where he'will get
day for spend the 25c size rule so little accustomed to the sight } !. :; ;
,
Christmas with his wife and children.Mr. be fearlesi t bed line here.
to ,
of human brings as
Board of Health Orders Sterilization of : 't 1
THESE COLDMORNINGS Turtle M Gtirieae-n and can often be knocked over witha Alt 'That Barbers Use on Cus .
J. Walker, who attended the
wedding of his daughter Miss Mary The peddlers with carts who supplythe stick.. It Is a remarkable fact however tomers. f Iron Beds $2.50, $4t $5 and up to $25. i j: (

Walker and Mr: D D. Peabody, at occupants of villas in the environs there: ", ,is that bird in the or life sawgrass at alL sections The alligators A special dispatch from Boston Springs, Woven Wire and Victor Spiral, $4.50. t ti
Waycross yesterday,"will return home of Paris with cherries and'other small no Mar 5, 1900 to the N. Y. Sun given! i.
Monday. Mr.Dan Walker will remainin almost exterminated in other Felt Mattresses $6.50 to $15. : t"j'
fruits frequently carry for sale a few new regulations of the Boston Board}i )
of Florida, here stni exist in f
than hot cakes with Waycross where he will visit during small turtles. parts of Health as to barber shops: "Mugs: g
good the week. They are purchased by vast numbers. In many places they shaving brushes and razors shall be? : Feather Pillows, $2, $3, $3.50 and $5. t' )
butter and the Inhabitants of the villas to be placed follow the canoe that is threading the

syrup on Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marts and little in their gardens, where thei are be narrow channels and streams, and thereof.sterilized A'after separate each clean separate towel shall use i BUY USEFUL CHRISTMAS: GIFTS. = 'T. .
,
them.
We
have son Hubert George, and Mies Colett lieved to serve as very affective.aid* 'nose' it from sheer curiosity. They i iZ i.
Kronenberger., from Bucyrus, Ohio, to the gardener by preventing the ravages swim' after the canoe in CTOUDS., called be used for eachperson. Materla.ostop r i" ,
Hecker's the flow of blood shall be used .
Flap-Jack Flour..10'u are the guests' of "Mrs. F. L. Bowenat 'flotillas," and take '
Ralston Pan-Cfike Flour....10cts of the insects and other small by the hunters no In' form and applied '. "
Hecker's Buck-Wheat, the Southern hoteL- The party intend heed at all of any of their number only powdered '
and .,...... ,.............10...ZScts spending the winter in Pensacolaand creatures which are accustomed to, do who may be shot and thrashing the on a towel.. Powder puffs are prohibited. :,: MARSTON & QUINA, i : J r
much damage to the flower beds and "
Wherever Newbro's
Old.Fuhloned Buck Herplcldsis 1
6 pounds ... ........Wheat..?_,,.25ct later will be joined by 11rs.Bowen's borders.Youth's Companion) water, in the death struggle. The alligator used for face or scalp after shavingor : : I Io.
mother Mrs. Kronenberger,
hunter !is consequently more in Phone 149. Pensacola! Fla,
108/110 S. Palafox St "
1
hair;cutting there Is no danger of .
of Ohio. : j
Florida Syrup. evidence in the everglades. than any. infection as It Is,antiseptic and kills 'i : t (

The friends 'of Miss Margaret Ma- other 'place."Yet of other the dandruff germ.: : ...N .N... ...1H.N.......+......N.N..t/N..1.N L If

One Oallon Cans ............65ets clay will regret.to,,learn that she isgeite 12 there Is plenty pane.Purbearin For sale c by' W. A. D'Alemberte,I ,
Half-Gallon Cans ........... .? animals are abundant I
at'her home East Wright
35cU ill on drufglst apd apothecary, 121 South
Full Quart Can ............ZScts .. such.as the bear, the otter and the ; I .I 1
.
Bulk In barrels (per g.1l1on.5Oct, streetMa. I wildcat.' Deer are' also plentiful In Paltfc( street- send lOc in stampsfor" I I '" ,
We Ib.-Fox River Butter-40c lb. sample 'to the Herpiclde Co, De
and""Mrs.. Sol Cahn"expect their : the more solid stations. Bat the saw.grass
Mich -- .
daughter MissHeine Cahn who is at MORE DAYSand region! itself that vast inland troit ( l Fine Military i *t tt t
Sophie NewcombCollege in New Or- flat offers no inducement for fin ,

leans, home for" the ehrletmas holidays feather or hoof, or scale. Its stillness f Hair Brushes t. :
Rosenau 6 GereldsTHE The' many young',friends 'of is oppressive as is the folds of an t t ': > "
Miss Rdne'will delighted to have Arctic night while Its heat Is as stif .
FANCY GROCERS her at home again.. then Christmas;, 'and fling vs that of an African jungle. And Van_ Camp'sPork Twenty-two different l ; .

116 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. I again we remind you to-make then the leeches! They are fearful styles,suit t
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j' Quite a number of Pensacollans will ,
pests and as numerous in the wateras Ii
Phone 391x1glxGx0i61Fttt1tt attend theTredingTof llUs.:: Genevieve i your purchases now and' the insects above It They make ,and Beans I able for nun or t
Perry Parkhill aad:Mr.James McKay : avoid the rush. !
Put HOES no bones of attacking. boots of the t- If.
.. Lykes on the twentieth of this month.A on list and be Intruder, and then. since they can not boy. They are In '
your sure i
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large number invitations have you bite rough the leather they make make an appetizingdish
; JrnIIAJI II been Issued' to'the wedding, which have :MEYERS next to> it, as their way up his lees and bore throueh and al- ebony, embonold, t '
will be one of the largest that has the feet below. But are and Celluloid t ., ?
then will the I his trousers to Rosewood '
i CAFE"FAREIL you get best. .*
i I ever occurred 1n the old' capital city, even aside from this pest wading read)'. Pleasway I #I I

I There will, -mor&'than twenty attendants Meyers and good slices. go- through the everglade mi.nshe* fe 1 ac- ant to. the taste and I backs, some 1 t
the ,
k and"guests from all over ,
II Ip i state will attend, Mr, :Lyes Is a together. We have all styles, commuted. with great Snakes! difficulty especially and -.chockfull of nour- trimmed withSteringSRver.We i
a ac
a NO 1 no little danger. _
prominent
I young business man of for' mother, fatherTrotheror the mud is I
are' numerous f't t
moccasins ishment 10 15 and
I A I Florida'who lately-located in Galves- ;
sister shoes for and dangerously uncer-
: I ton, which place win be the future the en- treacherous \
2a have them with
81.2 S. Paltfox Street upstairs. !HI home of the young coupe.4. .' tire family. -- -- .- taio-as to depth. The Ion?, clinging cents.Campbell's I
i roots of the warm peas the leeches t !' :' '
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IaODen78.mato9p.m. Miss Gary AbercrombiVleft i l. Mondayfor below the water, the snakes and alligators Soups, in" 21 leathet cases, Just 1'1

N 'CaUahauee'wber4 she will be one 50 cents to $8.00. at the surface, and over all assorted flavors '10 the thing for traveling .
OUR SPECIALTIES:' j of the bridesmaids at 1 the ParJchlll the Swarms of biting insects make life b.-

e Business Men' Dinner, 12 ,to Lykes wedding.:! She is at present the full of lively interest to the hapless cents. .

2-30. 60 cents. guest of Miss. Genevieve Parkhill. ... mortal! whom necessity compels to 'Jj
f Theatre Parties: regular boardE I) wadTlnrough the glade- marshes." J ,
ers and Meal Ticket Mr* W.;S. Keyser 'ViU' leave_ next Sol ahn.CO. W A. D'Alemberte!

3 It PHONE 1580. spend week for the Washington Christmas-holidays where with he will his MEYER SHOE* ;J Send inY our_ orders now_ i.

# The of I the Mr. for ':cooies of The Tournars Pare Food Store, "
B The neatest. <*lt>est. I family. first year extra The
place In town m'which,**get yOur Keyser wU14l&COmpany"111. daughter, Christma Edition SnUI..t, Cr..rPkJafPbon.s ., IAlaal.acla Druggist and Apothecary
'R" IDt'a18 ': Miss Nellie 10 Newt ,York where. she FEET FURNISHERS FQR'fOf.KS I: : : big ; ,
x coCoreraonce: 'ee will trust you.to. will be aside J4Tg I STREETPHONE 109 ::
II! Dl w1l1 enter college ?,: !' ,, and_they set 121 {PAtAFOX. 1
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ka .=I;. __ -Dr. R..'i'G., Buckner,. ,ofMuscogee, 102 S. P uFOx "ST." for you. .. I 1 .,-: t b1s'.I i


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Itt'J i I t INVESTMENTS OFFERED' IN i REAL BY ESTATE :i LESLIE Real Estate E.* BROOKS r fliZte; Nu.iS: the, ::1. I lAn-AbstractFree- $225


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I HOOTON & WATSON i 'and Insurance. Christmas I Time to BUyf! I J- $25 Cash, $10 pert I I


I Withiheso Lots lf: i ii

THE RENTAL AGENTS i HOMES FOR, SALE. I 1906 '" :: ; teti

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ki:: $ 950-One-story dwelling on West Government i ih $1500-East Cervantes.. 6 rooms.. bath, I -The, prosperity- of this, country-- I
it Is now.
gasetc.ieooaast By Buying _' was never as great as i
$ street, near Reus. $ Jackson 5 rooms_and halL The-"splendid ,conditions industrials in everylined and I have 40 lots.between 9th. 10th and lith streets and between *

t > $1575 Fine ,on corner lot convenient to L. i agricultural marvelous.. 18th and 19th avenues; two blocks from the East Hill car line. One I
if: cottage $2500-North HID, 6 rooms and bath, -reat.'estate are
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gas etc.$1200West r .. In representing Investments; do- : block from the bayou. I offer this property at $225.00 per lot, $25,00 s
,t w > & N. R. R. 3hops. a Home. not. lose sight of the fact that the, down and the balance at flOOO per month. I will CHARGE XO IN. 8

comfortable two lots Intendencla street corner, ; only way to, amass a fortune to : TEREST AND NO TAXES AND VJfLL,,FURNISH AN ABSTRACT :
it"t I $2100-New and cottage, with i .F. street 6 rooms. lot 90 by 125. f -'these days Is making money earn ..
WITH EACH LOT FREE OF COST, This is the cheapest
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East Garden Street. $3500-1 rooms.' all modern North Hayne.IF more money; by buying stocks property
$ on bonds or real estate at a price that; ever offered on these terms In the City of Pensacola. *

;t : $2650-A very nice one-story dwelling with rooms, SELL YOU, LET HAVE US ANY KNOW. PROPERTY ABOUT, TO IT.. You can do it.Ve ,is It certain is thus to, "that advance.wise investmentIs You can't buy Lots for Cash In this locality any cheaper. We of *

!:t' : East Gadsden, near Alcaniz.! I WE CAN SELL IT. can show you how a the most direct road to wealth." I fer them on terms that you can't afford to miss. Theseterms pat *

t! : $3350-6-r om dwelling on DeVillier Street, near small payment down you in the same position as if you were buying nearly two years f
: : from now at prices asked for now. {

; : Garden. and a little a month, t2750-r-We. us a have,roost'Just up-to-date had listed:little with More" fortunes are made in Real Estate than in anything else. *

t : $9500-Two-story brick building, with lot fronting o like does the ::, .;-.. home on East HilL Desirable: : You may .lay' the foundation'of your fortune by investing a few *
LESLIE E BROOKSReal just rent "- -
"Action, I south front. _Lot 120'ilJ dollars in these ,lots at this time. t
; ': both Zarragossa: and.Main Sts. Splendid business -, ,: work. See- us' today.McDAVIDHYER ?:: House hasevery convenience ; .
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and was. built for'a .' I believe at a conservative estimate that these lots will increase fIn

f t.I location. : i Estate :: home.'_1 : value 40 per'cent..by the time they are paid for on these' terms. .

: $10500-Two-story brick building on Zarragossa St., : .
and insurance. -
i ;, : near Palafox. A bargain. i $2750-Another choice little home on I I Real Estate and insurance f
East Jackson street-new anda LESLIE F BROOKS

: CITY MAPS. Phone 462. 112 S. Palafox. CO. very choice location. : a Phone 4S2 112 S. Palafol! St t



I t p ::. has Have been you carefully a new revised City Map to date We, conforming have. Just received to all changes a new supply made., which Send I A1'tn' New York I $4250-Close In.''1-room,- 2-story.real.denra' i.................. ............ ............... +++.*

$2. for Mounted Copy, or 50c for Pocket Edition. desirable locality, large
; '. Life Inuranc9 Company. lot. House leased to September -

';;. Correspondence Solicited. i'' Some Iii1eOpportunities 100 EAST GOVERNMENT,! ST.. I 1907. All conveniencesand
! :. 1..0. nice! place. FOR i SALE DIRECTORY
S'. .................................... .... ........ Phone 700. Pensacola, Fla.:


;'' $3000 New 6-room %- tory modern PROFESSIONAL.

:: HELP WANTED. WANTfeD.WANTED ; dwelling, on East Jackson L -

street.. $700. W. B. BARTON.
. RPENTERS WANTED at Warring- -A white girl for general :; ,
1- ton; good wages and payment every housework .good wages and good home. In ; Attorney At Law.
; For further information 'Apply 110 East 12dec2t: Barganl1lS buys a four-room n cottage wltlf summer
afternoon. street.
Gregory .
Samrday Campbell's to Purchase } $1400* -Takes :No., 803 East Belmont kitchen on East'Gregory. Renter: $8.50 Omcu-Ftst.er BuildIng! Paiafox street
at Sylvester
. apply 12decW ,. atreeta, comfortableuand. reasonably per month. .A bargain for a home or an Will practl-e Si all the state andLtu ed
store. Warriagton. WANTED A lady of good reputation to priced house 4. rooms investment States Cout'-s. Twenty-three fears' e x.
:!t. for branch office we keep house and_care for children.Good and hall. Stone walk in front, > perience. .
VXTED Manager
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. Ad.. wages and permanenfplace to right per Home :: ,
wish to locate here in Pensacola. R164.L.'ESTATE -
$2100.
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;\ dt<'I8. with references. The; Morris son.worthyNo.Apply. 1103 to or North address Davis W. A.lldeclw Nors- -f- : T. G. YATES, M.D.,
I Wholesale House. Cincinnati, Ohio ge-ts and modern
six-room new
: lldeclm a pretty
L.S.BROWN6CO.REAU home on East Cervantes. near car'line. Optician.
THE PUBLIC to know that the B. H. I -
;:.' T1PEWRTTEB OPERATOR WANTED I I Fairchild Co.. is now prepared to reno- S 326 ThJesen! Building.Twenty .
I to take dictation from office grapbo- Yale all kind of mattresses pillows and $3200.I
. phone. No knowledge of stenography I bolsters, in first-class style and at low- $900. :: ESTATE LOANS AND years' perlence a. an Eye
,.r- needed. None but expert operator need est prices. Ring'up phone 485. write P. I INSURANCE. 'buys a. new tw story'eightroom house, Specialist. Examination free.
\ L apply. Denamore machine used. Apply O box 483 or call 15 East Garden street ]I modern conveniences on corner lot near
j It, In person at once to The Clutter Musio upstairs. ,Sdeclra JlOO cash and balance S15 per month, Phone 918 Thiesen Bid car line near In, on East HilL 'ooooooooooOOOOtoooOOOOOODGit -- -' -
:r House.H dec buys nice four-room house with two lots, ?. .A deed to this home will be a Christmas
hard $3b0I. present never to be forgotten.C. .
" Al\"TED-Mld41e aged colored woman WANTED-To buy one male goatmustbe on road at FisherrlUe n' : L.C PHILLIPS, Ph. M.
unsexed and well broken. Address :
. to d* cooking and good laundress Good "G," Journal office.' Sdeclw $850. for an'artistic and ...uptodateroom Honleopathic.
';. wages: Apply at once to CoL W. F. Stew and hall cottage with all modern con- FOR SALE.FOR PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
art. Ft. Barrancas. Fla. veniences, on.West Chase street on large
WANTED- -Position by experienced stenographer A five-room and ball house on large lot 'on'car line .',*-',. R. YAEQER it Office and.Residence, 12 N. Pdlafox. o
: ; WANTED-White woman to do light Legal work preferred. Can lot near Little Bayou. SALE-Just received fresh flashlights ? Hours: 9 to 11 a. I1'Lo 1 to 5 p. m.
t housework Apply at No. 12 East In- I I furnish good references. Address E. L. : and launch batteries Phone
.r tendencia St. Sdeclw J.. Box 27$.' : 4dec2w* $850. $375Some : I 345. ,.E. "W, Peake New Star Laundry Phone 65.
. .{. building. 200 Thiesen Building. OOOGOOOOOO OOOGOOOOOOOOOO
'Apply to 701 cash or Installment plan,for cottage at
I! t \\t; 1'k. 9deo LETTERS do the trick They are the Ohe four-room house on North 7th avenue No. 1205 North "D" street. 2 rooms and ,Phone 686. Frederick Autfeld. F. M. Blount
... teat! trade-getters. They get to the FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-Half block
l $50 cash; balance $14 per month. kitchen. AUSFIELD BLOUNT
.* VTANTED-Competent housekeeper for business man's heart and not the waste t1 In New City. near Bay View park; will &
basket. The Mares Printing Co., havea __ t; exchange for cottage or sell cheap if
; small hotel. who can do pastry cooking. Architects
$80 Each. taken at once. Mrs. R. Owsley, 1-08: E.
new process that makes typewritten
,: X.
Must references at
give Apply once. FOR SALE.
:. X. X. Box 136, DeFuniak Springs. Fla. letter'cheaply and:perfectly. Phone 181 Money to loan'at'Jovest market rate Strong. :21novlm! I $12-314 Brent Bid;, 43 Motes B'dg.
: Sdeclw will bring a representative. ,24 West Lots in the East King Tract- between Interest." *-1 3 ,f\ : I Pensacola, Fla. Montgomery, Ala..
r Government street. Idec Pearl Eagan Home and i* & N. railroad, 'Mortgages on real' estate In this city FOR SA.LE-One second-hand heater 1 I FOR SAI..E-Ii.OO cash for Remington
j 4 WANTED-An experienced Grocery clerk. 15.00 down and $500 per month. bought and sold. wooden bedstead 1 sewing machine 1woven Typewriter in first-class writing order; WM A. BORMANS,
i. good salary to one willing to work. Address WANTED TO RENT- large' house Some fine building sites on East, "C" wire cot. Cheap for cash. Address i reason for selling. have no use for same
; r P. O Box 374. 9dec I close in. Will! lease it if terms are de street All of now the for Maxent sale. Tract"* west of 1014 North Alcaniz. Sdeclw i here. Address "B., Care. ,Journal Architect and Superintendent
! sirable. Address Mrs. A. M., Care JournaL 21novim Office 305 Brent Building
I : COLORED HELP-We furnish'cookS..
! maids nurses waiters butlers, porters I 27nov '-i CONKETS celebrated Roup Cure' Cholera I Phone 823. Pensacola Fla
cure lice and mite kll'er as wellas FOR SALE-A fine tract of land near .
: drivers etc.. on short notice. We get -
good help and also good positions for WANTED.-Some one of means who will D. HALE WILSON & CO. an unexcelled Egg Pro lucer. All I city. Part heavily timbered; part -
I' those who want them. Southern Em- care for and educate bright boy. 14 Fisher Real! Estate guaranteed and a splendid grade of I cleared. Call phone 285; or address 1102 SECRET SOCIETIES.
} Agency wheat that will make fowls lay. F.
: ployment Bureau. SIM S. Broad St.. At years old. Apply Pearl Eagan Home or your I East Gadsden. ISnovlm
I I. S. Mellen & Co... FI Phone -
Pensacola
I 1.1.Vm. Fisher. President. l8novWANTIPAfl +-
lanta. Ga. Sdeclw
4t. 30 S. PALAFOX STREET
234. boy PANAMA' CANAL EDITION of The PENSACOLA LODGE. NO. $.
WANTED-Housemaid, wnite or colored kinds beer rottlea. I pay I COLLECTION OP RENTS. A I Journal magnificently Illustrated. Pensacola- Lodge. No. 3. K. of P.
; live on premises. Apply 619 North 16c !:;,zen. I banaL all trading brandsof PHONE 234LOST. FOR SALE-At a bargain., a barber's magazine containing scores ,ef views of meets every Monday evening at 7:39
Palafox. 6d.c wined, beers ana whisKies, and still SPECIALTY.Phone outfit good as new; one first-class the city and harbor. For sale ct all o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall
manufacture that well-established book stores or at-The Journal office. By Pou's Intendencia St.
coighmedlt'ine. barber chair; one dozenexcellent razors, over stable. West
WANTED-Four boys with wheels for Joe Roth corner Tarrag 87. 206 Palafox. St mugs. brushes and combs. Address J. mall 20 cents. 1lse t Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
office work. Salary $:J per month. Apply -! and Government Sts. noct :M. Armstrong Sneads, Fla. 6declm E. H. DEN> '.RD. C C
W, Care JournaL %
--- TAILORING I Diamond. Teller. SALE Bargahi inroom FOUND.
FOR cottage.at
Gent's clothing cleaned. pressed and LOST-A solid badge. Engraved on back' V Fla. Terms to DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA.'Naomi .
MONEY i repaired Cottage Hill. suit. One
: TO LOAN.THOS. on short notice. No. 11% We.t "G.to J.Journal Ungerer. Liberal reward for return -' ryDeslirabile acre fruit flowers and garden. Address Lodge, No 11, Daughters efRebecca
Government St. Pensacola. Fla. office. 12declw I II Egbert BealL Sdeclw FOUND Ladies" gold watch, chain and meets every Monday night at
I fob. Owner can get same by describ- t o'clock hi L O. O F. hall Visiting' I
Real Estate
.
PEBLET- and Loans. LOST-One gold-fiHed gentleman's watch !lHIomes ing and for ad. Invited to be
WANTED R. Bingham wants your paying ,Gibson. room 305 sisters cordially present.
Palafox "
Upktalrs corner and Romana moving and hauling. He guarantees and fob; initials "E. L. on fob. Reward I FOR SALE-House and lot at IOU East Thiesen' building. 13dec: MRS. J T. PULLIAM. N. O.
Pts. Sdeo all breakage.. Phone 30.WANTED for return to E. Forschelmer Boston Jackson street 1600. Apply to O. A, MRS. HATTIE :NEVILLE. Sec.
Shoe Store. 8dec Dohlstrora, 1613 East Jackson street '
or
UNLIMITED amount money to lean on For Sale .
-The Merc'.tnts Transfer : 818 South PalafoL.2inoTlm.. ,
all kinds personal property on short Co FOR ADOPTION.FOR RATHBONE LODGE NO. 30.
notice. Terms easy. Get my rates before wants your m"vi. and hauling. AH Rathbone Lodge No. 30, Knights of
J going elsewhere. Star Loan Co. 11614 breakage guaranteed T. B. Thorson. FOR SALE CHEAP-second-hand buggies -
FOR SALE.FOR Pythias meets every Thursday night at
t South Palafox. tnovlmJ5000 Proprieto" Phone 978.kinds I and wagons. If you want a bargain ADOPTION-one -orphan boy 7 Castle HalL Members of sister lodges
I On West Gadsden street, south front i I I in a second-hand vehicle of any description years old. Will be given for adoption and visiting brethren cordially InvlteJ
f t: : .00 to loan on good security. Pensa WANTED-AU I sell an kinds of of electrical electrical work. SALE-Thoroughly good piano and on car line, a two-story' 8-room modern call or write W. E*Taylor. Chip to responsible parties. 'For particulars to attend. J. M, ROPER, C. C
I cola Investment Company. 30octMONET I I an-1 other electrical supplies. When batteries almost new Apollo Piano player with home, house in splendid condition recent- ,,ley, Fla. 23novlm apply Pearl Eagan Home, or Mrs. Wm. C. J. LEVEY, K R. & S.M. .

LOANED on real estate need me ring 245 1 er 95. E. W. Peake.you about fifty pieces of select music. for ly overhauled throughout and painted; I Fisher. President., ISnov
I personal property on short notice.and New Star Laundry Bl I F. E. Mariner Bohemia Fla. 12dec in $5000.00. & Sons' piano In handsome
Terms easy. J. V\. Bullard 28% South neighborhood city rosewoodcase. third Wfdnesdsy evening at 7:30 p. rnP.affird .
Phone 1144. A bargain. Piano :an be seen Hall, Z'.o. 10, West Intendencls
Valafox &L .A1I."TEecond1 sacks of all descriptions I
wanted. If out of town, ship !. ,COW AND CALF FOR SALE 6-8 Jer- On West Jackson street, the most mod- by calling at the Randy Kltraen. 3ocL Legal Advertisements. street A. O FELL. Pres,
i.; J CAN LEND TOUR MONET at eight them to us; if in town, ring ua up at No. sey; 3-8 Holstein; 6 years old; giving ecu up-to-date little cottage' in the city. J. L. SWEE 'EY. Secy.
t l per cent. If you have any that you I 334 or bring them to us at corner of :2! gallons. Address Box 371 or call at bath. gas. electricity 1 rooms, cabinet FOR SALE and Immediate delivery one BIDS WANTED.
I want Interest on. see me about, it. Itt I II Chase and Alcanls Sts. F. S. Mellen & 1312 East Ninth street. lldeclw mantles folding doors between dining automatic tandem compound center Sealed proposals will be received until PENSACOLA LODGE NO.4. U O. O F
vlll be absolutely safe on real estate Co. 2Sjuiy room and library, butler's pantry, large crank steam 'engIne of about 150 horsepower 5:30 o'clock p. m..' Dec. 20, 1906 at the Pensacola Lodge No. 4. L O. O: F',
I :security. Leslie E. Brooks. Phone 463. I FOR SALE MONDAY-A car load of Ten front gallery. House beautifully finishedon and two return tubular boilers,- 72 office of the Board of Public Works. Pen meets every Thursday evening at 7 U
, nessee.horses and mules. This stock Inside.: yard nicely laid off beautiful Inches diameter by 16 feet long. For full sacola, Florida, for the remodeling of the at the new hall on Belmont and Ka.v:>D
MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows was bought low and must be sold at flowers stables, large lot best neighborhood particulars apply Stone & Webster Eng building now located 'on corner of Com streets. Visiting brethren cordially invited.
,. money from Jno. A. Hall & Co.. 14U MISCELLANEOUS. once, as we have no stable room. Applyto In city. This is cheap.. place for Corporation Box 830, Pensacola. 14nov mandencla and Zarragos streets B. R, WITKOVSKT NO.
:E. Government St. When In beed call Pensacola!! Stables or T. E. Welles.: 9<*tf the money-$4750.00. (northwest corner), said building when A. KERLK. Secretaryw.
t i :on us.MONET. I FOR SALE-One fine wan Case,' 25 feet completed to be used as, a truck house
AND FURNITURE '
MATTRESS -Mat .5-room cottage and hall bath and for the City of Pensacola
8 feet high with ribbon according to
long 10
case .
tresses made to order and also DECORATIVE EVERGREENS W. o. w.
renovated hot and cold water. cabinet
LOANED on all kinds of shower bath plans and specifications prepared by La-
per. feet long. separate. Will make fine display
new ticks furnished. New and Smilax. needle plus hollY. mistletoe. Live Oak Camp No. L W 0 tr .
;
short notlc mantles modem throughout, occupyinga mar & Fulghum. Architects,
sonal property on Terms kind ef Pensacola
for ,
case any 'cerchandl:5e.I .
and other Christmas in hall 31JWednet'da1J' l
& Co. 2 second.hand furniture. modern or antique window wreaths block of ground on East Hill block. Florida. Plans and meets Pythian the let tr-i
J B. Gray W. Romana. 4 specifications
easy. Apply to E. L. Reese. 17 North Palafox. are on In .'
bought and sold. Davis Manufacturing decorations. Miss ,Annie Jordan, 115 each month. Vt'< 'illvereigns
line, good neighborhood$3000.Modern file and be
Phone 1165. Ifeb from car 20novlm can seen at either the office
Co.. 114 East Belmont street North Spring street. Phone 1535. 4dec2w of the architects cordially 'invited.F. .
I or at the office ,
of the A. BOGHIMl ,'. C.
Phone 771.
.UNLIMITED amount of money to loan I 24not 5-room. cottage., reception ball, Board of Public Works. The Board of LESLIE E BROOKS. Ct! k-
l on all kinds of personal property. Spe. FOR SALE-200-arpent country place 7 large front gallery. on corner lot 50x137%. SHIP CHANDLERS-JdeKlnsJe, O-vttng Public Works reserves the right to reJect -
eta rates to business men on large MISS LEILA REESE has fresh cut flowers miles from Pensacola. short mile west two blocks from car line Ion'East Hill; & Co., .wholesale and retail ship crand- any and all bids 13dec3t The celebrated Frencn coffee.
,loans. The New York Loan Co.. 204)4 on hand. Orders taken for special of Olive station and postofflce known as house new, lot nicely laid oil: wth pretty lers and grocers. Only first-class aousc drip
I
,Soath Palafox. occasions. Phone :282.! ISnovlm 7-mile house on old Jackson road. 30 acres flowers' large stables,, fronts south. It of kind In city. Fair prices to alL JFOR' ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Jackson Square. No premiums. Sold
[ fenced and cross-fenced, with woven wire Is cheap at $24 O.00. Notice is hereby given to creditors, legatees strictly on its merits. Ask for it at
WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP-We fence, balance partly cleared partly fine SALE-Thoroughbred pedigreed distributees and all other persons your grocer
BOARD AND ROOMS. I are now in our new quarters. 214 E. timber. Fine oaks pear chestnut and Pointer Puppies 310 and 315. Signed. having claims or demands against the
Intendencia. entrance also at 115 Romans other trees. Stream running through; Bagdad Kennels Bagdad. Fla.. llnovlm estate of Mary Bauer, deceased to pre
and prepared to do everything hi wagon many springs on also horse, buggy, sent the some to the undersigned within Joppa Lease No. 6. I. O O F.
,FOR RENT Rooms for rent with privUt' -I and carriage building and repairing E.L. harness wagon : dcea tools; 3 1- FOR SALE-10.000 acres round timberland two (2) years from this-date. November. Joppa Lodge No. I, L O O F meet
e of light housekeeping. Phone and Herring. Phone 923; City. I4oct. room houses 1 50-foot stable with two J. W Bullock Jr.Real 12,500 saw mill timber and sawmill 1. 190 '. C. F. BAUER every Tuesday evening at 7:30 oVloi-k at
Batlu Apply 900 East Jackson St. SdecROOMS rooms; 1 25-foot barn and other out- 32-room hotel at a bargain- Several Administrator cum testamento annexo. Rafford Hall.,Corner Bajlen and Belmont
MATTRESSES BENOVATEDfurnished -New tick bouses. Suitable for sanitarium country l' good farms and town properties. novloawtw ota. Visiting brethren cordially, Invited
TO RENT-Best In elty. Mrs. M. if desired Guaranteed. Car club. factory brewery or stock farming Estate and Mortgage Loan. Write Gentry & Setterllnd. Chipley., Fla. C. L. S11lT'H. N O
I li Pre tou, 127 fa East Government St. pet taken up and matting laid. Leave Reason for Belling owner has no one to 23 ept NOTICE.Is C. WILKINS_ Secretary.
dec orders at Watson, Parker Reese Go's. manage place. Great bargain>as Invest.. : hereby given that there will be a
Wesley Duncan._sept ment or for one looking for good fanning Room 302 Brent Building. FOR SALE-Forty acres land( well timbered meeting of the stockholder of the. Ger
For particulars address E. W. good % miles east of man-American Lumber Company at the
land. ja1
ROOMS Nicely furnished upstairs convenient MILTON UPHOLSTEHINO SHOP-WflUe ., I Olive Fla. Address T. Gerelds, P. O. Pensacola
to car line with or without Mlms Proprietor. Furniture Peake, Pensacola Fla-, New Laundry .Phone 637 office of the company In the Thiesen St. Andrews and
repairing Box 1(4 City. Snovlm
building East Chase street. Idee Building In the City of Pensacola Florida,
board. 1202:: East Gadsden street. of an kinds carpets laid, furniture
Sdeclm packed for shipping. Phone 63. on ,the 8th day of January A. D .,,1901, Gulf Steamship Co.
E' at 10 o'clock a. 10., for the purpose of STEAMER
Next to Tampa landing. 22aprtl I TARPON
Nicely furnished rooms, suitable for I acting upon a resolution to increase,the W. Q. BARROW Matter.
i' light houEPkreplng. block and half from I H. .ALF1IAN-TIn. Copper and Sheet capital stock from 1250.90000 to JT50-i FTRST-CLASsS PASSENGER AND
Palafox. Apply between IS.30 and 1.301 I Iron Worker; cornice work and sky- WRITE YOUR WANT AD HERE. 00000. H H. Boyer:, Vice-President. I IMASTER'S FREIGHT SERVICE.
p. m.. or after 6 00 p. m. 219 East Oov- j lights a specialty; roofing, guttering and Cdecoawlw -Between-
L eminent street 6declw repairing 109 East Government. opera I PENSACOLA. MOBILE APA .ACHICO'
house bunding. Phone 560. Residence SALE. LA, !.. ST AN
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. phone, 1316.J. Send it to The.Journal office day or night. When you need help, have anythingto By virtue bf a decree rendered by Hon.1 DREWS. MILt VILL6
with or without board. Table board. Francis B. Carter Judge of the And all points on St. Andrews flay, Car-

f-- Phone. gas and bath. No. 3 Palafox.% nov If | .Palafox H. PORTER.street. Orders sallmaker.taken 711 for tents.South sell rent, exchange. or wish to purchase anything try a want ad. They do the Court the 24th of day Escambia'of October County A., Florida D. !1906, ,on in < rabelle and Aoa'achlcola.SCHEDULE.'. .

awnings camp stools and house cots. the case of Newman, Goldrlng against Leaves Pensacola Sunday, S:30 p. ra,
F BOO)! .-T"o furnished front -rooma, etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan work. I : James Wells and Mary" E. Wells, his for Mobile Ala.
S -& wife I will Monday Leave Pensacola Tuesday S:30 p. in.
on the
p suitable for light housekeeping. Use II Beventhdayof for St. Andrews. MillvUle. Apalachicola
January A. D,
1906. sell
at
; of phone and bath. Apply 822 East public Carrabelle and intermediate points.
t Gadsden. or Phone 89T. 2Snov. outcry for cash before the county court
H >TELS. For additional information apnly to
I: ( SIX ORDINARY / WORDS :,MAKE ONE LINE. house door In the city of Pensacola, Flor- -- J. R. SAUNDERS.
FURNISHED ROOMS ,for rent at 112 ida during the legal hours of sale the E .R. COBB. President.
i, West Gregory street. ISnovlm* LOCKHART HOTEL Lockhart. Ala, following; described property, situate; ly General Fit. and Pats. Ant. Pinsscelj. '
new management newly renovated ingand being in the city of Century, Fit.
; FOR RENT-Pleasant furnished roonvsouthern nice rooms. Bath and all accommoda county of Escambi and State of Flor
t; exposure second floor. Corner tions. Special attention to traveling men. '" ida : Beginning at the southwest -
i.- loth': avenue and 12th street. nar East Special rates to, weekly boarders. J. corner of Ceo. Green* lot on east side -
i- Hill -ar Una. UnovF Rodgers, Prop 2Snov '. I of L. & N. R. R. and running east three CREW NOTICE.
l "I .t.' .. II(3) chains; thence south fifty-three (53) Neither the Captain. Own'r',
!BROWN HOUSE thence nor Consignees of the Brtt!
-DeFuniak Springs. -' ;- links west three (S) and 84-10
f Good beds airy elegant uesls. chains thence thirty-one a steamship Cycle will be r--
FOR RENT. I rooms ..; (:1) links
| free bath and sample rooms. Special i : :,- J JI" north. varying"with L. i N. R R. to sponsible for debts coetrartcby :I
attention to traveling men. Rates 82.00 : .' starting point. Said lot is bounded on the crew of said ves el,
I TOR RENT-Four-room house and Kit per day. J. B. Brome. Prop.SOVTHERIOpen ; q .", 1 :. the west by L. &: N. JC .R. and on the R. LE>G.
i.' chen at Big Bayou. Apply to Peter F.Brother. north by George .Grserfs lot and on the GULF TRANSIT CO. Captain
Little Bayou. Sdeclw)f HO''E sH ther south by Henry Gladden's lot and con- Consignee.
year. American and European. plan. : tarns one (1) and 101.2500 square chains.
.
S'cit RENT-Two nice double stores on Special summer. rates. First-class In .: Said lot is In the northwest % 'of thesouthwest CREW NOTICE.Nf'ithw .
:;: llast 1l1fendmrl5treet., between Pala every respect. Pleasant and conven U of See I, Tp S N, RIO the Captain. OwpfS
1.-: fox and Tarragona. Inquire at the Fisherfleal : If'ftt.'J'II'L' T. L. Bowen Prop, P-...- Together. with the: improvements thereon W. i nor Consignees the Genr'rtramshlp "
Estate Agency. 22nor cola. Fla. Uapr and the hereditaments and a Horn f el will b1

'f i_ \FOR RE\T-A. R. Bingham Las storage I BAY HOTEL-Open night and'day. European ..t.es-The rate 'on a waiit ad filling the abovespace is 25 cetlls.first.insertion: appertaining.thereunto Deed'belonging at :cost-or.In appurtenances of anywise 1 responsible ed by the crew for debts of eald contra.v-s-':-
Rooms pur F.. NEIMANNJ.
room for rent, suitable for funJture plan. light and clean. '
tt f I or other goods. 104 and 106 South Tar- [Transient trade solicited.' 575-579 South and 5 cents a day fr each :additional.c01. sec ti 'e' insertion- Send .cash With the sia chase 'Scott M. Loftln Master.flc6oaw4w.- A. MERRTTT A,CO... "- Ca.ptait1.co" .
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Marian Br Arrived SB, 1IeS.Yesterday.12181, Faro" to :,
THE [EUFIBLII ,
GIN/ C CARNIYALMEET l ,master.Hornfels. Qer sa- Nieman. 14T5 West Gives the most' ordinary property an appearance of sub- I

not all "smooth Hartlepool to W. Witticb & Co. stantial value. A poor: ,one'can nun the effect of the handsomest .- j -
was sailing" Phyllis, Nor hk, Gabrielson, 932, Belfast house and grounds. You don't ,want any ragged -
to McK. Oertlns & Co. edges to property.

lack did some."tall figuring"! beforehe IS A I Nagpore.) Cleared Nor bk;Yeaterday.Gjeraldsen.' 1137 for Among your good sidewalks a well laid concrete one U easily ** ,

could sec his way clear to succeed CONfERENCESummary FWENDTOill Buenof Ayru with 85)9,933>) a ft lumber. best. Lasts longer costs less for repairs and adds en air of '

JIElII l> VESSELS IN PORT.. solid dignity and worth. :-- I u ..

Vulcanite lb SteamsTrtpa. We lay such sidewalks and back every one with our guar :.. .
roofing Alfred Menzele .
Oar
sa. 1288. '
youth St Vincent to it Baarsrfc Co. a tee. May we estimate oa yourst -_..:,_, '"3 : ; :
old Cayo Largo Br as, Davey. 22S, Tam-
Jick came to the rescueutaiwaysdoeswben of Important age Resignation of Sol. Cahn Accepted plco to Gulf Transit Co. ; "
this excel- .- Ayres Chattoa to order.Br sa', Lelsk, %2321 Buenos Pensacola Cement Stone Company 1 : .

ue ita merits are known solutions'Adopted and tonic. Keeps and Dr. Kennedy Cycl. Br $s. Long, ::%7, Bio Janiero to ,
r
strength vigor Gulf Transit Co.H.ieingburg. (
... \. so, of course Jacks Schrle: 1423 :
house Wu9 a success. Other Matters Con- courage. A I Elected Member. Huelva to erSBs.: aa S. J. Harvey, Manager. Telephone 1485. :

.. high grade product Homburg Ger a*, Matthiesen. 1488, .
Yours will be,too,if I Rotterdam to the W. S. Keyser Co. -
'j I sidered. thatisalwaysgood.411p.da'azkrulft.. Ba>break, Br as. Low. 1904. Buenos -
you use Vale..Ue.the r The Board oflMrectors of the Pea- Ayres to the W S. Kys Co. -
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cheapest good Ida. Span ss, Arano. 2160. Liverpool to
Carnival Association
Atlanta facola held one Gulf Transit Co. BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANY .
& B"
B
roofing ever made. of the first meetings of the season MargheriU. Aust as. Ivancich, 2070-, .
For sale right here The Eufaula correspondent of last night and discussed several matter New Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. W. T. BED: WELL. PRES. AND MANAGER -
ls 1 Mobile Register writes to that :. i to the Twilight Br sa Morris, 2260 Charles Prepared to do all electrical repairing on abort notice. Ring phone (70 and a .' .
In town now by under date of December 11. as I pertaining coming Mardi to nto the W. S.. Keyser Co. representative will calL W.' T, Bi4wU. President and Manager. 205 8. Baylea ",
Gras festivities. .
: street. :
lows: Ship _ _ _ _ _ S 4
Avanti. .
M. I! The resignation of SoL Cahn as aWember << ab n. Anderson IMS. Lon I -- .
A. Hardware
Avery Co. There were several Interesting don to order.Ferrelra. .
: of the Board of Directors I
tures was Port .. Barroa 606. Usbon B
on the closing day of the a
:read and accepted. The board then to master _
buna M. E. Conference, besides I elected Dr. S. R., Mallory Kennedy a Harbinger Eus at,. 1399, Algo Bay Heath & '
SCARRITT MORENO appointments. I member of the board to fill the to master. Milligan's Railway : ;
Dr. John R. Stewart, general vacancy. Ingrid. Nor hip IXiiuiell. 12 0. Ant '
SAFES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.Agent to McK. Oerting & Co. -
werp
for the superannuate fund the National Pure White Lead '
for Dleboid Safe and Lock co- under The board then took up the questionof Zd-er.1.tal sUp" Tassara 1381 London "., ) :
Canton. OhIo. the conference in behalf of the Drugs Act. to : :
emu and Salesroom E. Gov. St. ment, to raise a superannuation advertising the coming: carnival: Barka. !
of $5,000,000 eo.that,worn-out and arrangements''Were made to hare Afredo Uruguayan bk. Haiagiu* 9S7. We have the agency .for 'this popular and .,}: ,
the event well advertised In Montevideo to IL H. Thornton. '
ers and the widows and orphans every section Alfhlld. Sired bk Svensen, 133!. Durban superior White Lead. It excels in durability .} : :\ .
preachers may be properly and BROS.CO. to master. "j '
Christmas "
Evergreens.Holly C. B. Br Morrison. 349. whiteness and covering :
tematically,cared for. Whidden. bW capacity. Eight y: ; \ 'j
Las Palmas to Southarn States Lumber
A resolution condemning child Co "' cents per pound.Sounders :;: '. ', -'
and the CHAMBER
petitioning legislature THE Campbell Xor bk. HausKen. 1100 ,
bama to adopt Improved laws Stavauger to MeA: Carting &: Co. .
:Mistletoe, Wild the age at which children are Charles Racine 'Nor bk Waage 1516, Mill Company, : ,

mitted to work, was OF COMMERCE Genoa Chacma to ,master.Nor. bk Jorgensen, ($7, Phone 71 T. 21 East Garden Street. '!r I. '-
Smilax, Needle Pines, Magnolia adopted. The secretary of the Fleetwood to order. ,
ference was instructed to bring Hereford, Nor bk Jensen 1380. Rosario I----w--- .' : i-; :
: Foliage, Moss, etc. Put before the legislature. I to order. I'Ij
I Helmdal, Nor bk. Hensen 1354.: Hull
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in assortments suitablefor A resolution expressing VvILL HOLD MEETING THI8 AFTERNOON to order. a Sjl
up and appreciation of Bishop Duncan HumbertoSpan.. bk. '1111. Battle. Havana -

parlor, church, hall or presiding officer was f WHICH WILL BE to order.Ingablory., Nor. bk.-Etd. 1250. East London
adopted and was briefly INTERESTING.What to ordcc. :. 11. 0. DeSilVA 8. COMPANY k:1Th
church decorations. edged.A ; Isabel Browne. Bus bk Linfiqulst! 1231, :
Bull maater* _
to
resolution pledging! all
is expected to be an interestIng Kink Oscar It Nor 752. _-
bk Johnson
Orders taken and to take a collection for the ,
delivery the'Chamber
meeting of of Commerce RosariO to A. Zelius ,
fund and to devote at least one Line, bk. Aanonsen, 1030 Santoa -
when is to be held this afternoon at Nor '
guaranteed promised. day morning to the advocacy of to order. -'
Material
<4< o'clock in the rooms on DeLuna bk Hansen 1832. Swakop- Building -
cause was introduced. ,

E. M. Pooley, Report No. 1 of the Joint board REPORT trailed street out Notice yesterday,of the by meeting Secretary were I LJqUn\ror MarUw Use t>Oertlng K, nb.Co.19S3., Kings Shingles and Slate 'for 'Roofing 4frr.:

501 W. Chase St. Phone 1121. finance was read, embracing Lynn to master ,
foregoing propositions and was Jbne&One Marina Madre, Ital bk, Slmonotta .
Will call with Catalog' on ,request. ted. NAVAL STORES. of the matters that will be "68, Genoa to order. Patent Plaster Store Fittings
Negpora, Nor bk. OJerdsen, 1128. East I I ,
taken wiSh. the of
DP question
delay
Rev. J. 8. Ferguson was elected .
Ga., Dec. 1J-The naval London to A. Zelius.OllTart. -
porteur for the ensuing year. closed to-day. as follows- In reoelTinf freight oyer the Loni Ital bk Costa Genoa to or- Everything for House Building r rl
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PENSACOLA COPPER WORKSM. of ............,... .5 villa & NaahTllla The eonunualea. der. *
The report of No. > Joint I *r
..........................1 75 Ophelia. Nor bk Larsson. 1127, Ba&ia '
A.' BAKER &. CO.. PROP'S. of finance was then read, snowing ..........................1 15 Uon from the council regarding the Blanca to Golf Transit Co. and Repairs. -
Manufa..tjrerm Seamless Turpentine Stills, amounts raised and disbursed for ..........................110 delay in the receipt of tewerage pipe! Pallas Nor bk. Johnson' 1219. PI). ,
Penwtol, Fla. ference claimants. ...........................i 16 which had been shipped some time mouth to A. Zelius.
Amount received. $11,800.75; ....... 50 since will be one of the matters that Robert Scrafton, Nor bk, Morthensen.S4. .
.4 16 Barbadoea to XIcKenzIe Oertlng & ,
est en Otis fund $26.63; received ......;%..... -.4 05 I wllj receive attention. Co. .
bishops 1995.10; paid to ......;....................4 05 ... Superb, Nor bK, UUch. 1934 Antwerp ,
$11.74683: paid> Smith and Lamar ........................... 00 to A. Zalhis & Co. .
..........................4 00 Uniao. Port bk CacUn, 891. Rio Ja- -
bishops, $1,995.10;' printing $75; ..........-..... '00 MANY PRESENT nlero to,master ,
tionery, 550. II cents. Schooner' .
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The amounts for each Doris, .&11\ sen Eastman 310, Havana Pay for Gifts With Checks -
were then read and the report Cotton Market. -" to I. A. Merritt & Co. '
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ted Fnnaaeola cotton quota. MEETING Donna Christina Am ech. McLeod 16$, .
k Belize: to muter.Barkentines.. ,
Assessment, 1907. for bishops. furnished by J. P. O'Connor'& ; .
500; assessment 190T, for B. cotton brokers Pensacola, Ananwiiae, Am bktn, Grace, E64. Man- .'
zaniua to master _
All Work Tested aid: Guaranteed. 12000. LAST NIGHT CONDUCTED BY Beatrice. It&l bktn. :Marehen Savona to
ito -us for prices. We cam interest you. The board of education made its ..103( master. Place 'in the bank and for '
...' I EVANGELISTS BAPTIST your money pay ,.
It showed increase -
port.value of a large ..._...............;..;.;.;.*>% badoea Thyra to, Dan.order bktn Basciunsen. 260,.Bar- all check. You will be how
buildings and Middling .. .... 9% I CHURCH., gifts by Surprised 11

declared Vanderbilt to.University be the property now omcI of ...... 8* I : Send in your orders now much farther your money goes by this i ;; :' .'"

I oaI1nd{ \Wood church and its trustees elected by AND URALGIA'FROM An exceptionally large congregation method it will the useless '
for as prevent spend-
general conference. The COLDS II was present last night at the revival extra copies of The Jour- : 1 ,

ence school .was-commended to BROMO Quinine the world meeting at,the First Baptist church, nal's big Christmas Edition ,ing of 'many little amounts. i \t'
and Grip conducted by.ReT. Dr.-Hamilton assisted
remedy ,
removes
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i @ deliver Ice, Coal. Charcoal and young preachers andthe for fun name. Look for six-'I ; by Eev. Dr. Wakefleld. These and they will, be set aside t .
"j anywhere in the city. We can was advieed to accept certificates N in t.
W. Grove. ISc. meetings have continued Compound, Interest paid saving depart- ) ,
i from last
examination of this school and of for :
.y In and
'f' you any quantity our :
I tee is always prompt. conference college In'place. of Its the'B week and have resulted in a number you._ ment.FIDOY. 1
Steam and Domestic CoaLWood examinations. Estate Transfers. accessions to the church.: . ;.'t'1 1't
Cut Size. The Southern' University at ; is a Hit of the real eetat The sermon last night of Dr. Ham .: "I :
Any ----
I' ing boro along was all commended.lines. It is I Abstract yesterday Co. furnished' by listened titan was to especially attentively.strong He had and as was hIS [ PONCE: : deLeon.: : : J

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E. G. SEWALL, The Alabama Conference DEEDS.December subject' "Bringing Christians to a .c .
12, 19C6. Fuller Realization of Their Duties."
NATIONAL
I BANK
also
|Phsnes 614-363. 25 N. Tarragona St. College at Tuskegee was Jr. to J. E. Barrs-Ix>t The singing conducted by Dr. Wake- Special l to The Journal. I'J
mended for its grst-clnass wcrX. east SO feet of lot 2, and all of
Ponco ,
DeLeon, Doo. 12 Ma Lennarfl
Held -
J- much too small for the number 8"block. 36, east % of block continues toprcre, ,a ,feature of ; .
in An assessment of $S 609 : to 13 both inclusive,tiffo 137! each xateUfigii! *_ Melvin liviiis out of town lost II OF PENSACOLA, FLA
? 12, IS and 14 block 1 hill barn about 190 bushelsof '
The will be containing .
meetings continued heharterD.OO -
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Florida and Alabama : ajit
conference institutions and $1S10 block 118. lots 4 6 and L .. ._ :
lot of velvet beans and
lots 6 Inclusive{ at :3 s o'clock and at night at corn. a
general board all the : to 10. block '' -
over 7. other feed stuffs, by fire at about 4 : -t- I';;
; New City tOOO.OO, and p. m.
lAND OOMPIDIY V was trustees made., Officers, students The .a l consideration o'clock Mon4ay morning. The fire Designated Depositary of the United sut....: : < t
were appointed. Development and Con Co., is supposed to be the work of an In-
value of conference property for )-Lota 4 and 10.. block : i _ .
cendiary.. )lr. Babe Galney of De- "
Manufacturers of Haven Trz.ct-$70 ,
cational is : lift
and Dealers hx purposes $260.000. 0" ESTO.Special :] niak Springs responded to a call I
ment $$54,594.45; professors 25, of All Cough Medicine for the hounds to the :
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track culprit W. H. Snowies PiesWent W. K. Hytr Jr., Vke-PresMent and Caler.Ttos. f
The
LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHIN- 322. report was adopted.Dr '
GCase, a mail carrier of but .'
: a heavy rain which fell before his W. Brent Au'C Cashier W. N. Roberts Aaa't Cashier. :
(U.ES AND KILN DRIED SAP. Hammond, corresponding Conn., who has been arrival,"prevented pursuit.Mr. I Director*-F. C. Brent. W.A.Blount. W., IL Knowlea. W K.Her, ?r., II
tary of the general board of S. for about sixteen to The Journal. .' ".
Servica, T. D. Tadloc& has moved from DGBrent. :
Esto, Dec. n.-Ren ofQracevUle. I -
tion, then made an address on Register
: "We have tried many town to his /arm in the northern part
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of Christian died yesterday after a long "
general question for croup but Cham of the county. -_ --w---W I 1'

ASK FORfMOLlA tion. Cough Remedy ii king of'all wife spell and of typhoid tour children fever. and He scores leaves of a Mr: Burt J3razlle is moving into the I f vii I I
The report of, the Epworth i '
be relied upon every time. home recently vocated by Chas. Cot- -
Board was" read and adopted. friends who mourn his loss. He will
urged the .formation of a boy's find it the best remedy for be greatly mined by all who, knew ton.Rev. START A SANINGS ACCOUNT i
colds giving certain re- him. H. Broad of Starke, Fla., has r ?
r FARM wherever possible. I leaving no bad after ef- accepted a call to serve the Baptist '
In 'I
a fight distance from Esto
The report of the Bible some 'rl
sale by all druggists church of this! place as pastor for the
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Monday Marion Corbet was seriouslycut.
Board was read and.adopted. It US AS A CHRISTMAS : :
present, year WITH
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vided that one-tuird" the ATTENTION 'J he cause of the fight is not :

collected for the Bible cause be Special conclave of known. New Suit Filed. I
CANE SYRUP to the Alabama Bible society I Coeur De Leon Command The following new suits were filed I r
Kb.' 1, CREW NOTICE.
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Montgomery, --_, ----- Kntghts ery Templar 7-:30 Neither the Captain Ownersnor in the office of the clerk. of the circuit I PRESENT FOR YOUR BOY ,
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The legal conference was *. Bi" FrWy. 'December Conaifntaa of the British! court yesterday: --- /1 "
The' report of the directors of 14th. Work to a ateamahto, Marian will be American Brewing Company vs. I : iil .
Always reaponslDl* far debts contract
the Order of the-Temple -
Alabama Methodist Orphanage Richard Morris Jr.. damages 51,200 J
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Full uniform ed )py the crew of .said vessel.H. Pass-book opened on $1 or '
read and adopted.' S Sojourning BlrKnlghtjare O. HOOGMASTER. Avery.A Avery, attorneys for :v .l J I

WAS Resolutions experasing the courteously ln. CoDS.JDee.Captain. A. H. Leonard vs. W. H. Plaintiff'l more, which may be with:4: 1
of the conference at the death : vltedIIARRT. damages $600; Kehoe & ii 1
W. GIB S. drawn at any time. Home 4 ; :. 11
Pure Bishop John J Tlgert and regret attorneys fof plaintiff. : 1 1
E. c:
his loss were'carried by a rising II \V. It; NEEDHAM.Ketf., Banks $1;".Pocket Banks 25c. tJ
before there Resolutions thanking the good It U often said that there Is iron i +. ,

was a ple of Eufaula for their YOUR GROCER HAS IT enough )la the system of an ordinaryman : '
and the newspapers and railways to make! a'plow&bare. The statement ::
vote.Dr. Conference was formed I. AMERICAN. NATIONAL BANK ::1
"Food_ Bill. favors. S.was M.carried Hosmer by president a rising cf ths! Alabama): Conference Ask him to send you The amount Is exceedingly of Iron wide contained of the In truth.,the I : tj

Southern University at GTef sixteen of them super
I the male college of the 'I and 24,601 members. The animal:tissues! of a man,weighing 150 i OPERA HOUSE BUILDING : 't .: "

/a HICKS'GAPUDINE ,t nale an address showing the readout on :Monday: show pounds is about: 100 grains, of a quarter -1' We compound intet'est at 4 per cent. every three months in our Saving .

of that institufion and a su .- now ISO itinerant, preach 'JacksonSquare of an ounce.- Yet so Important'is Department.J. ,:: ,

vas taken for completion of preachers and $9,077 even this' small amount to the system .; 'J'

gymnasium now being built During the past year 932 ** that a difference of a few grains ------- ; ,

'L ; & CURES amounting to 217. : There 1,938 adults 119 have Epworth beed more or less cay produce serious con S. REESE, R. )[. -(ttRY. J. W. DORH. W. R. QCIVA, r : .. .
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Conference. reassembled at 3 p. are
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ALL ACHES stitutional disturbance President Vice-President. CaahJer. Assla Unt-C&abler, ; : .
chair, 3,762 members 544 "
with ; '
Bishop Duncan .in.tpe: : '
Led Neryuug.'wzw ..... t|ter devotional exercises minutes .. with 3.G12 teachers THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA. ,V : : '
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TrUIbcCUUc: Alma.... read and confirmed 'and; the : scoters Blend.) A Dilemma."Then. CAPITAL, $100,000. SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $25,000. : i" -
inousand seven hundred f (Java Maurizio, tomorrow I will ..--DIRECTORS : :'1!
ments read after a tender and ... J. REEVES: -I- .
Z
!I dollars and elghtyefght come with my wife to see you both. J. J. HOOTQX. B. M. CART } '
ly address from Bishop Duncan. W_ A. I 'ALEMBERTE. J s. REESE W D.C. KESSL1i>R. f
ter the appointments were, read i been distributed for the COFFEE "Delightedl! But look here Tell your A General Banking Business Transacted and Account Solicited; Sb.pa' Disb"; ,.... vii t" ; I

conference adjourned sine die in : aged and worn out preach. wife not to wear her new diamond earrings mentt given Special Attention. ,I,; .
usual form.Eufaula widows and orphans :of or my; wife will! at once want a -- -- --, -- -- ------- -- ------- -- i'r "

Typewriters. is an ideal town for a ) Over $20000 have been This Coffee Blended to pair." ,

ference meeting It has fine foreign missions 18.268 for Suit You.If "Ob. the mischief; And my wife THE CITIZENSNATIONALBANK 'K 4 :
streets and many'hadsome missions;.a very large sum '

We offer the below noticeable among these, Is*the- extension; $73359 for the I It does not please you rs- bowing was only them comics otf.-U far: Dlarolo the purpose Ro a.of PENSACOLA I .,::' I !
for
Bible Society presiding<< -
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S'OO MAKE TYPEWRITERS CHEAP: two-story red rick edifice of .. win it to your grow. Your
Carnegie library... The and expenses: $t2, ungu'ilrantc.cI -:1,1' J
and
refunded. Every A General Banklogausipeas Conducted ,on a Safe Conservative :
itearn.slsible'!; (new) .....375.00ulian.s homes of .all. were, wide open to of preachers in charge, money by us. It Conlda't Be. .
Basis.Correspondence '
ier.snorC.: (re-bailt) ... 6500 members of the.eonfereDce.-wh and for support of bishops Dean Farrar quotes Tennyson as bar. \, .. -'
{ (pract'cafly! new) SJSOg'clt '4
Premier No. 4 ..4 -00 received into them with, the : There are 683 societies; 011 Ins related to him the remark: of a _Solicited--R. M. Bushnell. Cashier '
Kmington No. 2 (re-built) .. 30.00 fashioned 'open-iearted' Southern worship valued at; $203- Importers Coffee Co. farmer who after hearing a fir and j : : >;

Alsr: for pitality. V % pastoral charges with 129 brimstone' sermon from sin cM style : :
tm sell ----- :
days' delivery we can -- -
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CW ('ntuT, Fox. Fa-Sl1oles. Under. The Alabama ,Conference. was the value of the parson- Limited. preacher, consoled,I h! wife by sayicj;* .
1IiQd or any make of typewriter. Above ganized -Tuscaloesa on I .% There are nine presid "sever mind, Billy, that must te I j
e'.a.nrs also for rent.Pensacola. 12, 1832.;, Bishop James .-0,' districts and each district New Orleans La. No constitooshun couldn'tstaIldit : R. 1-. CART, President 1 ). B- =

presiding. Its .boundaries then the total value being -- wrong. Q: .I -(
S- cluded all of Alabama West I Dunn the year twentyxwio CLS c C

and part of Mississippi, having have been damaged by fire Lewis Bear Co. ; I
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The II'
Wholesale Dealer fit Steam \
viously been-more pr -less-mission the amount cf damage beta 4.i.dciiq FsUisga. and Retail Is -

,ritory. It had then forty-nine i which $610 was recovered *. Fla.DISTRIBUTERS. America has little .of the economic Domestic: 43 S.Anthracite PaUfox SU*v>TeI eiackttilthonce ..pHon: W, .. COA L If" : ".,{- I!

'ers and 8,196 white--nembets' and i Comparing these,fig* t" ptpsaeola sagacity of England,' Intellectual: ato- Yard: Corner Tarrajona and Gonza.ec: 'I :t } :

Typewriter Exchange 770 colored. The'MIssissippi those of seventy-four yeart Ii mea of Germany or social rhythm of Street Yard, phones 0 and. 372. 1 t: '

tory was later absorbed by.the only say: "Behold .hlC France.-A.'Wlnsbip in Armenia I -- -.. .. : : ,,
23 Conference-and 4870 wrought" "- I .
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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, DECtMBER 1'3, pitU.'t'
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AlT INDICTMENTS BOOKINew.
Ir' CIGAR MAIERS



J! I DESIRABLE IN THE PEONAGE CASERussell

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I G _UU GOON STRIKE Fictlon-Publishers':
price sTJq
rolunui'my price $1.30. pq
read from the decision,) the basal "Fighting' chance," by Chamber
A CHRISTMAS in Argument Holds fast is indebtedness."' or"first.three seller"months.in the Cnited States for; ttio nt

The Indictments Attacked. "Jane Cable," by McCutcheon,
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: that Question of Indebtedness Counsel for O'Hara then pointed out the six "first sellers." one ni
; I that in some of the indictments there Three Thousand Out Be- "Sir Nigel!," by A. Conan Doyle TM.
GiF7s has only been out six
weeks. but
j. ii
f is Not Essential. is no reference whatever to this, the of to ready on the list of "first sellers 1 *
I basal fact. And ,thereupon he read cause Repairs a laid in a stock of this book In the bT have;
from the indictments themselves In i iI that it would be the "first seller" in Ja u"
[ .. arrIt is a great book somewhat I
+ I others, he pointed out peonage was I : Bridge- fir Tampa. order of Scott's Ivanhoe but wrtt ont:.
What ,can you buy that INTERESTING ARGUMENT IN referred to. working: out a claimed i much more entertainingly. "Ii
indebtedness, i iI "Bob Hampton of Placer. by Reuses
JACKSONVILLE PROCEEDINGS A fancy'Vest Parrisn. is another book that islb'C:;
"In not of these," he ..
I is more suitable than a pair I a single'one I rapidly.
AGAINST O'HARA-SURPRISE .reiterated, "is'it stated to whom the I Tampa has been productive of some "Lady Baltimore," by Owen W t-

1; I of perfect-fitting stylish debt was due, nor is the debt itself I for Xmas funny strikes but one 'of the oddest and is having especially large in sales the couth.aQ over It the is r-vann tl::; c ,.
,. I CAUSED BY UNEXPECTED POSITION stated, as an absolute 'fact." : occurred this morning, when three seller in many southern cities. 'L[s'$
! t '"Books_of Travel. Better make yourself a present thousand cigarmakers in West Tampa his earlier success the "Virginian.- a t
,and of OF ASSISTANT ATTORNEY .
up-to-date pair Then, briefly reviewing history, CoL I + of a Fancy Vest for the Hol- went out because they were Impededin The Doctor,"- by Ralph Connor -not
GENERAL. Toomer argued that there had been a I idays. Always perfectly proper their rout to work through the out is a great story o( the Caracas

shoes, a compliment : alike time when this system of peonage was and properly perfect-as we repairs to the Fortune. street' bridge, Northwest."Sophia of- Kravonla I ," by Atitimar

not an offense. That It had prevailed construct them. says the Tampa News. Hope, bids fair to bfe a greater sc;-ethan ,
I to the good sense of the By going on record against the de .in territories of the United States, Makes one's wardrobe apparently The cigarmakers were out up to "his earlier book. ""Prisoner of
s sections that were strictly under the ', much larger, and not infrequently last reports, but Member Max Carts Zenda ,
cision in the only peonage case that "Aye ha, by Rider Haggard j- i E9 federal domain and that Judges sit' obviates the necessity of the Board of Public ,Works left This book tells of the return of ",'he.
._.4. giver! and the good taste ot has been passed upon by the supreme a,
ting on the bench had made orders it's after a hurried meeting of that body book that created a great sensation twea
i court of the United States, by contendIng of an;entire change as .
ago. I am banking on a < *aY\
comfort ty years
returning men to fact this morning to visit and
The
the We have that Indebtedness was not essen peonage. use tones up one's attire won demand for "Ay.- ha." *
t : recipient. tial to the making out of a case of that what was once not an offense is derfully.If them with assurances.that the city : Any of these books win make a very
T' now, counsel urged as all the more would do everything in its power to acceptable Christmas gift.
substantiation
peonage, and by quoting'in want to impress
you your
t 2 reason why the indictments should remedy existing conditions.The .
,. $2.50 to $6.50. of his claim an appendix to the prosperity upon your friends
the cigar-
not be
vague and uncertain and why complaint among
brief submitted in the Clyatt case by and family Christmas
during
every right must be given the defend- makers has been heavy for some time.
# -- the United States attorney, Assistant week-a new fancy waistcoatwill They have alleged that the streetcar HARRY T. HOWLAND,
United States Attorney General antThen I
CoL Toomer passed to Mr. help you do it. service is poor between Tampa Luna Book
Charles \V. Russell caused no little Manager De Store,
Russell's quoting of that appendix to "Just right" patterns shownin and, West Tampa, and that the city
: THE surprise in federal court circles yes-
rl abundance.:, to I De Luna St. Phone 143L
the repairs
i terday, and opened the way for a mas- "government's brief.- At this has been slow in forcing
terly reply by CoL W. M. Toomer, point he dwelt at length on the fact the Fortune street bridge. The city

! F !OHN WHITE STORE in which he touched on the use of that congress, the law making body, FANCY VESTS put on a launch to ferry I'the cigar- : --
"books or travel" as authorities In had not defined peonage. It had prohib- makers across the river, but the I

: law, says the Jacksonville Times- ited peonage, he held, and left it to launch wasn't bigenough, and the I. UPTODATEHOLIDAY
f. SPECIALIST !N MEN'S AND $5 $12.50
7, Union. the courts to define wnat peonage was. to first enterprise Tampa as a municipal

=.t: BOYS' WEAR The entire matter came up on the And the court. in the Clyatt case, he ferry operator ,terminates. in a

; -;. Phone 223. 205-207>! V Palafox. demurrers to the indictments and the contended had so defined., strike.
. : I motions to quash braught in the cases Returning again to the reference to DRICKETT, PERSONS The cigarmakers appealed to the
against Mr. F. J. 0 Hara by, the United the appendix to the "government'sbrier I -TAILORS U Brent GARDNER city officials,I and the Board of Public
in the met this morning .in hurried
r I States which were briefly argued Clyatt case;he continuedthat Works
I __ before Judge James W. Locke yesterday the decision of.the supreme court (Incorporated) session to consider the matter. It was ,
1 e4 ................................................... morning. Failure to directly allege should not be challenged by quota- FRANK B. GARDNER Manager. decided to at :once assure the cigar- GifTS

t as a fact the Indebedness of tions from "books of :travel" givinga makers that all the board could do
0 the alleged peons to the defendant was man's observations On, what he saw would be done at once; and the city

j: one of the grounds of demurrer and in Mexico or any-othe territory. engineer was Instructed' to hasten the FOR SINGLE AND MARRIED MENFanry .
; work on the:bridge as much as possi-
SHOES one of the reasons advanced why the A NEW DISCOVERYFOR
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CHILDREN'S indictments should be quashed. n'hea a,llwd.Lie.. MENDING TORN GARMENTS. ble.The Vests. New Style of Silk fn,hret-
also decided to 'put on las. Silk Reefers and Mufflers. Trav'tmgSuit
Z Powell "If want.fa' UHwhether| not board ,
1: Attorney George M. had you or Mends every kind of torn garment Cases and Bags. Initial Handkerchiefs
. the man you are talking to Is tellingthe without sewing."- Package mailed with. a scow 'or lighter service between one Individual Hoses of Neckwear aid
. argument full instructions on receipt of 15cmoneyor bank of the river and the other with Suspenders and lots of others.
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truth, don't look him:in the ,
" eyes stamps to Hawes }J
. 4 the erstwhile' ferry launch as the motive Arent for the Celebrated
: defect on the part of the' government said a Denver ,bank teller to some M. M. FEINGOLD Hats.
in drawing the indictment Then, in P, 0., Box 353. Pensacola, Fla. power. In this way, the situationcan
friends last night "I thought it was Just i be handled and the cigar-
! probably
j General Russell's reply
Assistant
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Budd's Malonev's Cod man's : came the surprise.Mr. the other way," said one of those present makers transported with sufficient facility STONE

Russell's Reply.In "I've always understood that it Just Received. to ward' off another possible

his reply, after briefly discussing made it harder for the liar if you looked Imported MacaronI Sweet Oil Cheeses, strike. THE HABERDASHER.

! l j: some of the other points that had squarely In his eyes." "That's a wrong Flab Dill Pickles Pigs Feet.Sauer Spanish Kraut. Mackerel Onions. Pilot. Cod 222 South Palafox Street

t < The very best that money and skill can been raised by the defense Assistant impression" continued the bank teller. Bread, French Navy Bread. Everything: I .: UIdr; Flannel. Telephone 1481.

+ Attorney General Russell contended "The man who knows how to lie knows! fresh and new. AH good Cancel Is shrunk before beg -
size
in kind
produce just any style, or you 1 Witch Basel, Jl.OO per gallon.
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that actual debt was not an absolute
: how to look you in the eyes when he'sdoing : offered to' the! public, and the proc-

I might want. : essential to the establishing of a peon-' it And the man who isn't a Marine, :Grocery Company. o Is carried on by the most eiperijced -

age case. regular liar, but who has made up his V.J.'VIDAL. Manage- cloth workers. The flannels ere KNOWLES BROS.

! For Baby sizes the prices are 60c to $1.75. :.: the The alleged indictments, peons wee attacked held read to work that mind to lie to you, decides first that laced: between'. two heavy wet sheetsst

; ; I nsizes 5 to, 8, the prices are'60c to $2. In out a claimed indebtedness, or wordsto he must look you straight in the eyes.It :.' and left in that position for twenrfaor Insurance.FIRE .
: that effect. If there was no in- Is the voice, when you don't look: at to! thirty-sir hours. When removed ACCIDENT, MARINE.

i s i sizes Sy2 to 11, the prices are $1 to $2.50. In debtedness, argued Mr. Russell the the eyes!, that tells ,JOTJ;,whether the DEIETOBEPUTContinued they are spread out on specially LIFE General, Agents of

offense was all the greater for if it was other fellow is lying.. 'iWe use the system ,irepared rails in a drying room heated
! ,- :Z sizes \\y2 to,2, the prices are $1.25 to $3. an offense to hold a man to work out frequently in the bank. A man by steam pipes,-where they are allowed The EquitableLIFE
: owed it a
debt that he really was '
, i You can get just the shoe_you want from a far greater one to hold him to work will come in to tell us:some business to' reman; .nntij tbor u jhy! dry.: The ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF NEW
tale. We look at his feet or his handsor
out what the only thought wasa next process is to place the lengths of
peon RIGHT WITH
i Z us. Thousands of,pairs.to select from. debt. his knees, but never in his eyes. the flannel in folds between layers of South YORK.Palafox Street

Indebtedness Not Necessary. If he's telling the truth his voice will glossy paper-and subject if to a press- 209

Then, defending the indictment be firm and straightforward,tnd the ing by hydraulic machines. The more

which he himself had drawn, or at absence of your gaze in.,his eyes will pressure they are subjected to the more
least which he himself had signed not affect It, but if be's lying he'll be
PEOPlE valuable and heavy the flannels be-
It"r Mr. Russell argued that actual indebtedness confused by your action,.and his voice come.-London Graphic.

r !\= WATSON, PARKER & REESE Co."EVERYTHING'TO I a successful supporting was not peonage this really proposition an prosecution.In essentialto he. clear will tremble.his throat He'll Youj hem may and haw rest and"assured h Daal1..t Wb1a. Christmas:1


t quoted the statute (Section 1990, Revised then that he's stringing you. ( from Page One.) In the court of sessions In Scotlandthe
WEAR." Statutes) which abolishes_peonage Denver, Post
judges who do not attend or give
territories leged to have existed at Lockhart. I ,
Mexico and other- -
in New
T t know nothing about the matter. I did a proper excuse for their absence are
N.N.NNN ...........................1.H.N4HAPORTABLEF1RE.N etc.abolished He pointed the system out that of hold-this $100 REWARD$100.The not'know anything about the trouble by law liable to a fine. This Jaw, however BOX PAPERS,
statute
.................................................. ing in peonage for the purpose of pleased readers to learn of that this there aper la will at least be excepting that I had one letter saying is never enforced, but it is com- BOOKS
i. liquidating a debt "or otherwise. one dreaded disease that science has that several of the men had been in- mon on the first day of the session for ,
been able to cure in all ,its stages, and dicted but that the charges could undoubtedly -
On this "or otherwise" phrase, Mr. the absentee' send an,excuse to the
f that is Catarrh. Han's Catarrh Cure is
: stress, and though be refuted upon trial. I CARDS.
Russell laid great the only positive cure now known to the lord president. Lord Stonefield having
stating that it was a bold thing to medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional therefor *felt .easy regarding- the mat- sent such an excuse, on the president

Ii I Is one of the handsomest arguments imaginable. j j1f argue the in decision a vein of that the seemed United contraryto States treatment disease flail's require Catarrh a constitutional Cure is ter. Were II Misinformed."We mentioning it: the' late Lord Ju* CALENDARS, .

taken internally acting directly upon the tice .Clerk Braxfield said in his broad
supreme court, claimed that these blood and mucous surfaces the are satisfied that there was PICTURES
Any home or office can have one by using a Z system dialect. "What excuse can a stout fel- ,
words of the statute proved that debt thereby destroying the foundation of the never the least Intent to commit peon-
i j was not essential. disease and giving the patient strength age In any manner. When we sent to low lib him ha'er "My lord" said and thousands of pretty and

GAS HEATER Then in concluding,he stated that in by building nature up in the doing constitution its work.and The assisting New York for these laborers the ques- the president, "be has lest his wife."

" + an appendix to the brief submitted by proprietors have so much faith in its tion came up as to what peonage con- The justice, who was fitted with a useful gifts of every descrip-
the government was an account of curative powers that they offer One Hun- sisted of and I conferred with an at- Xantippe replied/"Has That is a

"I; i Just the thing .for beating up the bath ,room, hall certain Indians being held in peonage dred to cure.Pollars Send for for any list of case'testimonials.that It fails torney relative to the advancement of gude excuse Indeed. I wish we had a' tion.
Z -
; in New Mexico, or Mexico, when there Address F. J. CHENEY &' CO., Toledo. the railroad fare to men to get them to the game." -
2 or knocking the chill off the bedroom nights and was really no debt due from them to Ohio. I-ockfcart. The attorney advised me
them to Sold by an Druggists 75c. ." -1<-
j the one so holding peonage. that a contract with the men to work Real Evidence !
mornings. Gas heaters $1.50 to $10.. : Judge Jones, of Alabama, and Judge Take. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. cat indebtedness incurred for transportation "My only objection to the
i 0f of were quoted by Mr. young
Speer Georgia
was merely a labor contrartand "
said the father
man speaking of.: the
Russell in support of his contentionsthat
a that such contract did not consti-
the indebtedness need only'be youth who proposed to,his daughter, Gem Book Store
lute any infraction of the laws. We
f : Pensacola Gas Company : claimed, etc. He also contended that undtiftood that the,men could be ar "is that he doesn't seem to have the ,,
which made the laws knew least bit of sense or foresight""But
: Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden:Street. :p congress the offense than did the rested and fined for violation of sucha C. R. Johnson
p more as to contract and acted upon that infor- answered the mother, "he has Prop

t ..c..t..e..4 courts, which interpreted them. mation. I find now that we wore mis as much sense as you bad when yon
.. Col. Toomer RepHes. Ptone 230
informed. There was no. Intent at any asked for my hand.
&
: 'of boomer *
CoL W. M Toomer
t made a most concise and t'me to hold anybody; In fact we tried "Confound It! That's Just Reynolds,
t masterly reply to Mr. RusselLHe to be; careful, and--keep within tha law to him."-Philadelphia Inquirer.

contended that of, the eight In- in pver> respects
r MAKE IT A dictments that had been returned "" .far as Gall her Is concerned I

t against Mr. O'Hara, six charging peon- think he was objected to unusual TO BE HAPPY, YOU MUST BE
were fatally defective because of provocation. He is a goodnatured.but ,
age of the alleged peons to hot headed Irishman and Is Im- SUCCESSFULTO
tne indebtedness
the Jlefendant, F. J. O'Hara was not puirive to a degree. There was stealing THE NEXT TIMEyou
MERRY CHRISTMAS
t directly alleged as a fact. going on at the camp and he

"My distinguished friend" (Mr. Rus- ttoushe it could be stooped if he went require a medicine to aid digestion
sell) said CoL Toomer "has seen fit after a man and made aa exampleof regulate the liver and bowels or Induce BE SUCCESSFUL YOU MUST
to argue here that indebtedness is him, and this he did with no natural sleep we urge you to follow the ,
t not important that it Is not essentiaL thought of violating any law. plan adopted by thousands of others simi
Against this contention of his I wishto No Excuse for Whipping."It larly afflicted and commence taking. BUY RIGHT.

t With a gift of a Suit $10"to $27,50 read,the five words of the learned is bad enousht; to have to whp!
Justice Brewer when, speaking of an animal and there is no excuse Hosteller'sStomach

1 peonage, that distinguished jurist whatever for whipping a human be- TO BUY RIGHT GO TO
says: Indebtedness is the'basal ins. We do not countenance the whip. Bitters
t pins of anv"man at of
fact" any our camps
'
t Bring joy to the gentleman friend with Then replying further Col Toomer and do not want to be understood as
you'll find It excellent In case of Indiges-
by ,
stated that Judge Jones, as quoted Women's Juliets .advocating any such measures. It Is tion Dyspepsia, Poor Appetite, Heartburn JOE COLEMANWhere
counsel for the government was our earnest desire- to treat our men CoetivenessBiliousness, Chills
Stetson Hat 350. merely answering a question of the I with 'every consideration and we are Colds, Female: 4Us. or Malaria. Try It
a when no man was on triaL to-day also ask your druggist for free
grand jury been Our New Juliets are Very .ready 'at all times .to redress any copy of our 1907 Almanac.Christmas' .
. Judge Speer's ruling had never wrens that may. inadverdantly, bocrmmitted. selection
and the Handsome.That can make your
you
a higher court
passed on by If anv offense against the
t opinion of that judge amounted to no They are Comfortable Beyond laws of the United States was com 'rom a full stock of wearables for

Delight the friend with a Pair of Sus- more than did the opinion of another Any Other Winter Foot Covering mitted at our camns it was absolutely U I' nan, youth and boy. Grades and
rank.
of equal judicial ii
judge, without our know]"dee. for such action rands from the best manufacturers
That Clyatt Case. Woman Knows That has Ever
Every we will not tolerate. Linens the country, such as Eagle Shirt,
penders 25 and 50 Then counsel for the defense quotedthe Worn a Pair. "I thank you for this oooortunity to Knox and Stetson Hats, King quality,
cents. definition of Judge David Shelby, "
: Several Styles and All Sizes. express the views of mv'elf enl associates Caegel's -
servitude and
that peonage was involuntary laundered Snow and Fiorsheim Shoes
In regard to this matter and .
.in liquidation of a debt From to not ourselves right with the onl* Underwear together with the
the famous $1.00 and $1.50.We p
to
this ,point he passed of JMs j iwellest lot of holiday goods you ever
section and of the entire .For the Christmas
Surprise father. with fine: Pair of Clyatt case which, going tip from the south" Silk Vests, Neckwear,
a northern district of Florida was the Have Many Other StylesIn I dinner you want the saw. Fancy
that had been passed upon Gloves, Suspenders.Just .
only case Women's House Cure for Sore NiD leL
by the United States supreme court As soon as the child is done nursing j table linen snowy white. the right thing for a

: Shoes, $3,d 54.00;; or 500. the highest tribunal in the" said country.Col. Foot Wear. apolr:Chamberlain's Salve. Wine It Yours will ,be' right if
"And In this case off with a soft cloth before allowing
Boudoirs in Black Red Blue Xmas Present.Be
Toomer "the circuit court of appeals the child to nurse. Many trained done byThe .

declined to pass, because it did not and Pink. nurses use this with the best results.
know what peonage was. That court Price 25 cents Star Steam happy and successful.
Red per box. For sale by
Felts in Black Brown
certified this case ,to the supreme all druggists
1 H.OANSONt court of the United States for a defini- and Grey.You'll I :
'what is, Laundry
tion of peonage asking peonage
Send in
:
!* The supreme court's answer is Find Nothing Wanting That'sDesirable. I your orders' now

CASH CHOTHIER. in its decision on this case. i for extra copies of The Journal's' 37 E. Garden 'at. Phone 114 I
"And the decision on the point now JOE' COLEMAN
in question is concise. The learnedand BOSTON SHOE STORE : big Christmas Edition ,
f ) Palafox and MainSffc4/ distinguished Justice Brewer, In ; and they will be set aside PenN ola, Fla. I

a sentence of only five words sums it [
f up by saying (and here CoL Toomer Fashionable Foot. Fitters.- for you. Phone 277. 212 S. Palafel StPACE .
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