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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 15, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
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THE WEATHER: Showers and.colder. Saturday; Sunday fair;-variable winds" becoming fresh northwest. r ={ 't I Ii


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PENSACOLA FLORIDA. SATURDAY MORNING,.DECEMBER 15. 1906. PRICES CENTS




MORE ROOM FOR BUILDING PRESIDENT HAS SIX JUDGE .SWATNE IMPOSES





NEEDED WASHINGTON. SPECIAL MESSAGES SENTENCES FOR PEONAGE.L .




g Much Interest Manifested in U. S. ATTRACTS .WONDER On Various Subjects, Which t I tP" .1

Penitentiary Termsd\ : .1.1tcS

Senator Hepburn's Bill Will Be Submitted to Congress "' i

OF THE ENTIRE WORLDTERRIFIC TF Heavy Fines for All Si,13i :i iI

Providing for Big During Coming :
J
I Lumbermen Who ID I !

Purchase. Week. -. F !
51
I I Were Convicted.W. :, I

SNOW STORM Immense Value of Agricul- !} .. I
:
property South of Penn- !I RAGING THROUGHOUT 1'1) Most Important- Is
AH THE WESTERN STATES tura1.Manufactured and Probably S. Harlan Gets.18 Monthsand .1


sylvania Avenue May By Associated Press. Mineral Products.CONSERVATIVELY One Relative to.the. r Five Thousand Dol- : i I

SL Paul, Dec. 14.The jI. '

Be Secured. worst snow storm in many Panama Canal.: kTW -; lars Fine. f

years Is reported by the rail- .s
ESTIMATED
roads which have western extensions -

PURCHASE WOULD ALLOW OF THAT THE TOTAL THIS YEAR WILL ALSO REPLY TO RESOLUTION : GALLAGHER, GRACE, & =
? d SANDOR
Trains in
western North Dakota :

ALL HOLDINGS OF THE GOVERNMENT on every line' are snowbound WILL BE NEARLY TWENTY- RELATIVE TO DISCHARGE- HILTON AND HUGGINS MUST ,k,1
I 1 I and in some cases lost 1

BEING THROWN TO-!!I sight of. It is reported that THREE AND A HALF BILLION OF COLORED TROOPS.. -HOUSE 4, p\v EACH PAY FINE OF ONE ,p. t _

CETHER-BILL WILL BE PUSHEDTO some trains on the Great DOLLARs-GREAT INCREASE IN REFUSED TO INCREASE SAL THOUSAND DOLLARS 1 } 1'
Northern cannot be located. IN ADDITION ,

A FINAL CONCLUSION AND The snow in some places is FARM VALUES. ARIES OF MEMBERS AND TO JAIL SENTENCEDE4 i '

t piled twenty feet deep and
MAY BE PASSED.By traffic is at a standstilL PASSED APPROPRIATION BILL. I a PENDANTS ALLOWED BOND 4 K s I

I ...
I \' Washington, Dec: .U.-The vast
- PENDING APPEAL.
growth of this country still.attracts
'Press.
William Wolff Smith. 1 the wonder of the entire world, and Washington Bv Associated, Dec. .-Six, special I, x q. :,fa J
: hington., Dec. 14.-A good deal It if Ameri-
is not surprising we, as
I next : ,1.
to
. will be sent congress '
' ;' ' MAINTENANCEOFLIBERTY cans, become a little inflated and week _by the president. The subjectswill y\\
gently introduced by Senator boast of our being a world power in bill THE SENTENCES. 1 )
be the naval personnel contemplating ,
P urn, of Idaho, to provide for the I more senses than one. the more rapid retirement; I'. 1
base by the go\ernnvnt of W. S. Harian 18 : '
f allj I It Is conservatively estimated that and promotion of officers; a message! month In ;
t f property south of Pennsylvania the total value of agricultural and Secretary Metcalfs re-: the penitentiary and a fine of ;.
4' 'nue, from the Botanical Gardens to mancfacutxing products and the out- transmitting discrimination against the Japanese $5.coo. t ;;'... :t
port
" Treasury bu'ldms:, to be reserved put of our mines for the year 1006!) ; in San Francisco; the Panama! Robert Gallagher-15 months : "
" the ,erection of buildings for the will reach $23,400,000000 That is' Sec-! 1 In the penitentiary and a fine .t .
lands question.
canal the public
" vermnent. as they may be needed more than all the world produced less ; Cuba and aI I of 1000. ,
Taft'a report on .
,om time to time. This proposition ,than forty years ago. As ,a larger reply retary to the senate resolution for in-. x Dr. W. E. Grace-13 months ''c.4-

as been c itatl'd for many years aol per cent of our population is engagedIn formation regarding the discharge, In the penitentiary and a fine t- ;.

::1 5 always found more or less favor Radical Group in the French farming than in any other pursuit, without honor, of the negro soldiersof of $1,000. .t ; _,
:: Congress!' The government, now I i it will be interesting to note that in Oscar Sandor-13 months In '
will be
the Twenty-fifth regiment .
.'..ns a *ood deal of the propertyth I Parliament Take Position fifteen years, on since 1890 the value treated In separate messages. the penitentiary and a fine of _j J'
. of the avenue". including *henads I of farm properties has increased from JUDGE CHARLES'SWAYNE. $1,000. :c :

! o' U Botanical: Garden the on Separation 516.6S2,000.000 to $28,000,000,000. and REFUSED TO INCREASE C. C. Hilton-13 months in j'

r ,' Conn: ;'"slon. the National MuArrirnU'inl the value of farm products in the same SALARIES OF MEMBERS the penitentiary and a fine of tJ

Department, the Law. time has jumped from $2,466,000,000 $1,000. : .
; .hl-!'n''::!n Tnititrte. Bureau of to $6,800,000000, a gain of nearly 300 Washington, Dec. U.-B1' a vote of WIFE OF ENGINEER HALL S. E. Huggln*-13 months In ,

:> i' nsjnd: P.nTavfn. the Posto and Washington monu- I Agricultural exports amounted to and eighty-eight the house today refused 1000. :
"ntf it i-3 proposed by the bill of By Associated Press. Increase of five :
$630,000000, and in 1906 to $976,000- to vote an I'
Paris, Dec. H.-A number of addi-
:;. 'or ITeAbnrn to the hundred dollars SUSL.N. FOR :
purchase re- 000. In the same time manufacured thousand to seventy-five $40,000 c' :
tional to hold meetings
applications
"- "m"K>rtr, so that it can be exports increased from $151,000,000 in in salaries. of senators, membersand .
under the law of 1881 male In _
.i tn!!"'the": an1 all future buildn were 1890 to 603000.000 in 1906. delegates. However, It was votedto --_--- The above penalties were Imposed :
this No serious' Incidents
the !iof the government in city to-day. It is confidently predicted that our increase the'salaries of'the vice In the United States court yesterday 'I

itr *..ivy'ted thereon ucre reported.The agricultural exports In-l907 will pass president, speaken 'of the house and Action Brought in Circuit by Judge Charles Swayne upon the t
in has
'*1bst szion an effort was radical group parliament the billion dollars mark. Great as has cabinet members to twelve thousand TRIED TO FE six employees of the Jackson Lumber ... a.. ;
invited all the to
'f' -ov1de for a Dart of this onT support: the government republican"in gnup the execution been the growth of our manufacturing dollars per year. Thus amended the Court Yesterday By Attorney -- Co., convicted of conspiracy to .- l
)
t erect a building for the n5Orn < industries, and the tremenduous house. passed the executive, legislative commit peonage. All of the Defendants A -
ct the will of the people fur theEialntainance
rtment of Justice, a build- strides we have made in that direction ana Jcdicial appropriation bilL Reese. have taken the necessary steps
., of sovereignty, lair and ,
ti f H sorely needed At the agriculture still leads by a large mar- appeal their cases to the United "
r. rt f'-no' the government is an- liberty of conscience and worship"Seve gin in the matter of exports. Nearly States court of appeals. Jto J-
'. al members, however oppose-1 l THE PRISONERSEcuador W
n'ir.'out large sums in the all the world ..
Is made tributary to the It was announced last Saturday -
measure designed tfi"rob Frenchmen THE ENGINEER MET HIS DEATHON r
'i4, rentals f"TJr.il'lnis m which.it pry of citizenship warning againstthe United States: and the n&w era that is U. S. S'.lOmsl ANABADLYDAMAGED t I when the jury returned a verdict of f t'. t
net the business of the
... eov- establishment of a precedent promised when we have a merchantmarine WRIGHT STREET SOME guilty against three defendants in the ,'" I i.
There is no denartment: tl"t equal to the demands of our second case to be heard that the de$1;
which could used for
.rwded! to tvr limit for be the purpose MONTHS SINCE WHILE TAKINGHIS
space ocean carrying trade, wilVTSoon capture fendants in both cases would i
of the property: thus!' rent" cf reprisals' if reactionaries ever got the rest of the world for our Mob Attempts to sentenced Friday and consequently .. 'f 1 r
the hand.CONVICTIONS. ENGINE OUT OF THE
-1'"'ihle upper SHOPS
distance: from then
; market.
there much interest shown
8 D was yes'I'
'1, ., to 'hich it bel"iffs. Thug I Release Rebels Capturedin TO COMMENCE HIS RUN. terday as to the penalty that wouldbe i' J
'
t r' 'tv for new hmldin" I is "
very imposed upon the men who had
LITTLE GIRL :
and their erection would IN Battle. i t y' a
, evenin been convicted after a long and tedious t
large saving in the of .'lJ'
way .
. One of the largest damage suits to trial.

!"n""n
" "" A number of new many years, was filed there yesterday i .
stated that the defendants .
Ecuador. Dec. .When Attorney Sheppard c
1 ",>!" mil have to ba erected in Than First Reported.Vessel Guayaufll r
by Attorney Reese, representing: were in court. Judge Swayne !. ,
t"I u i' future and the value of red FOUR-YEAR-OLD DAUGHTER OF General Paez and the government l
,. ., CAROLINA COMPANY FINED $1250 Mrs. J. L. HalL The suit is againstthe said that he was in receipt of several 1 t'
"r \ is the Increase". it Detained entering Cuenca to-day '
on an1 were
a troops that the sentences ,
asking 1.
:" MR. AND MRS. H. C. DARVEY Louisville & Nashville Railroad petitions, 1
f great saving for the '''''V.f' AND INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS with rebels captured at the battle of imposed be as light as, in the opin- .ar; ;

nm)"nt to purchase now p'l the SUFFERED TERRIBLY. Week.By Ayancay a mobtried to rescue the Company and Is for $40,000. ion of the court, would be consistent .' '1 7 .:

!".'',end. it will likely need for many $1000 EACH.By the troops fired The suit Is based upon the death of with the offense. ;;f'

TP rc ; While playing with matches In the I I prisoners, whereupon Engineer Hall and alleged negligenceof After a few preliminary remarks ,.t r r4xt' rr '
'I' nJadTJ'! all the public! bn'M'nsrs' yard of her parents. Bertha Pearl the and dispersed the crowd.As I

!f. U" >-. Hon of the cite the conT"I-1 i I In Associated Press. little four-year-old daughter of Mr. and Associated Press. the troops fired Colonel Vega, a the employees of the company will .:&' I

, ', IIf he eovermnent: ash Charlotte, N. C., Dec. 14.-The Mrs. H. C. Darvey, of 510 G street New Orleans, Dec. 14-An examin- rebel leader who was among those be one of the reasons assigned. I

r 11' ;;- thif of the public would ,, trials of the peonage cases on the was so badly burned yesterday morn- ation of the battleship Louisiana's star- killed himself. Engineer Hall met his death a few !
shot and I :
board shows that the injury is captured, .
'"''''''}\ tl. The people of America are"South and Western Railway works ing about 10:30 o'clock that she ex- engine months since, when he received injuries to'J
.,>';\. nroud of the cani'al of the nain -i near Macon, N. C. were concludedhere pired last night shortly before midnight worst than at first reported and the Conservatives say that Vega was assassinated in a collision on Wright street' : ij

,m i if :a111he( sr!ound between th"' today in the federal court. The after suffering terrible agonies. vessel may be detained here a week by the government troops. which caused his death a few hours -'J '. !

,;' :'u1 and the Potomrc river could,Carolina company was fined twelve The little girl yesterday morning for repairs. The cause of the damage The death of Colonel Vega, who afterwards. He was In charge of an ;

v. .'W" d liv he eovenment: and coywith -:hundred and fifty dollars and the in- was out in the yard playing and in] has not been announced. prominent in the conservative engine which was to take a freight

its 1 nubile bnil ines it would]jJ dividual defendants, Mark Baxter and lighting some papers with a match was I train north at an early hour in the j j.1
: it the" dalisht: of the Americans 'W. W. McElray one thousand dollars her dress ignited. She quickly turned party Is deeply lamented. I morning, and left the_ shops about 1 f t f.

;".I i'he wonder of all foreigners vis-I each on pleas of guilty.TUNNELS and fled into the front yard her dress It is reported that the revolutionwas o'clock to go up to the point wnere
1* this TAfT ORDERS not crushed and rebel bands are made As the :4S' qc$ :
,. conntrr Senator Hevburn ablaze, and it was there that C. H. the train was being up.
"ls to push his bill to a final con Williams, who was across the street, reported in the province of arc, where engine was leaving the shop sidetrack r --p.1 t. ,> .1

r' ';on UNDER caught sight of the little girl and went they .have occupied several towns. I it was run into by train No 2. ;,'- ,

to her assistance, but before he could which was over an bour'late., and : .2'
extinguish: the blaze with his hands which struck the freight engine with ., ? I'A

LITTLE: i IMTFREST RIVER JOINEDBy she had been terribly burned. COURTMARTIALI l lOf FIVE YEARS, FOR I such force as to overturn it. pinning "% l/i e'rr3 ; t

A physician was quicklY summonedand !the engineer underneath. When he Nix : t

IN: BICYCLE did everything: possible for the BIRDSONG' )was finally removed from under the \
RACE Associated Press. little sufferer but without avail, and MRS. engine he was in an unconscious con- '

New York. Dec. 14-Two sectionsOf she died shortly before midnight dition and never regained!; consciousness .. ,
-
the tunnel under the East River Mr.\ Williams also suffered painful Penrose and Maoklin! for expiring at his home some hours .. 4,
ATTENDANCE NOTICEABLY FALLING burns In extinguishing the flames Sy Associated Press.Hazelhurst afterwards. : i
simultaneouslyin
started as
which were alias, Dec. 14.-Mrs.
OFF-RIDERS FAR New York and Brooklyn, were his hands were' terribly burned Not Suppressing Riotat today denied anow The accident was one of the worst "J.
BEHIND I Engineers declare Mr. Darvey Is master mechanic at Angie Birdsong was occurin In the railroad yard in Pen .
joined to-day. trial and sentenced to serve five 1.
THE RECORD tunnels joined perfectly. the shops of the Pen:nrola Electric sacola In many years and the deathof '
that the two Brownsville.By ia the penitentiary. Noticavas ,
I Comoanv and desires:' to thank the years the engineer greatly regretted! as : 'f'
given of appeal to the Mississippi F'J- _._ __ I
the most popular engi-
I neighbors i for thei many acts of kind he was among

\, .A. York By ,Associated Dec. 14.-Press.There was a STEAMER SUNK IN ness after the accident. i Associated Press. I creole sum of court.ten thousand Bail was dollars.granted in the neers In the city.VERDICT.
DIST. ATTY. SHEPPARD.
" tble falling oft in I
attendance .
at \
I Washington Dec. 14 -On recom
h '.'. days bicycle races to-day and j f SAVED 1 SOT1Rff mendation of the general staff the I![ FOR i To Wncse Ability and Untiring Efforts ;
'"'\ ", '. The riders fell so often at I ALABAMA RIVERI secretary of war has ordered a trial I ITURLE1I1IEDBY ( ) *
Convictions Peonage
'1'1 when some team bid fair t the for 'r. I
to
*,.": ,! lap, that reports were current I I MFN by Penrose court and martial Captain of Major Edgar Macklin Charles, 'I THE{ PLAINTIFF' Are Due. t

"f pr"hable i revolt by some of the con- I Bv Associated Priss. oattalion Twenty- EXPLOSION : :
I".5 ,tll' Dec. 14.-The steamer Kat'dcash. : of Company C, first li
> During most of the .
day the Alabama river fifth infantry, under the sixty second i in which he took occasion to say that '.' *
the
rac''as
slop. Flying
"'" : afternoon of the article of the war regulations, for JURY RENDERED VERDICT IN FA- the passing of sentence upon such t I
score ?t 11 p. m. was Eight brought news this MEN FROM STEAMER TARPON "conduct to the prejudice of good order cases was the! most unpleasant duty '"
Havenat NEGRO
.
i I. New WHITE MAN AND A .
; : teams 1921 miles and six sinking of the steamer their ONE VOR OF MRS. CORA HOLLAND t
in failing in
south of and discipline" he had. Judge Swayne requested 3
11 Monica Island, forty miles PICK UP STRANDED CREWAT .
which is 371 miles and one lap and suppressing AT SAME j '''Manager. to stand and !
"Hi the record. Montgomery The New Haven was duty by not presenting BADLY INJURED IN CIRCUIT COURT. 1 S. Harlan 't- f
PASS. Brownsville Texas asked him if he had anything to say -
encountered ob! WEST the riot at i ii
,i towing ructions a ,barge tearing and a hole In the hull. --- during last August.IINE TIME.: i I i i why sentence should not be passed 1 I

KING I She lank in stallow water. The The following was received yester- -- ,' I I The wsuit of Mrs. Cora Holland vs I i upon him. On being answered in the i i I
OSCAR IS of the ;
of the
day from one men negative the Judge announced that'Mr. :
crew Escaped.iTO 1 Jas. C. Van Pelt sheriff, as administrator'of [ i
I steamer Tarpon, under date of Dec. i MEiAND TWO By Associated Press. i the estate of David Sheehan Harlan would have to pay a fine .
13: 1 Staunton Va.., Dec. H.-The explosion of five thousand dollars and be imprisoned ,
MUCH IMPROVED deceased, was the principal case [ :
"This morning!; at 230 as the steamer of a boiler last night af the!I before the circuit rourt yesterday, in the federal prison In Atllanta 1
REPRODUCE"BEAUVOIR" had crossed: the bar at INJUREDBy quarries of the Allegheny Iron Coal .
I, Tarpon WOMEN ,Judge Carter presiding. for 18 months. .
West Pass for Apalachicola. First Officer and Coke Company in Augusta conn-;; The case was called In the fore- { Messrs. Hilton and Huggins were :i -. t

HEART! ACTION MORE REGULAR, Hamilton and Purser Moon heard :ty, killed Floyd Kimbro,,James West]i noon and continued throughout themorn'ng f[Inext sentenced to 13 months in prison t i.I .

some one calling for helo. They immediately Associated Press. \Morgan Philips and seriously injured session. resulting In a verdict I land to pay a fine of one thousand of- : :
TEMPERATURE LOWER AND went out on deck and still Eckman, W. Va. Dec. H.-\ine i lEd Thompson. All'are white. A negro -I I in favor of the defendant 'and 1' dollars each. In passing sentence
APPETITE FAIR. By Associated Press heard the party crying for help. men and two women were seriously ; named Boyd was. fatally injured. ]I|awarding damages In the sum of 1,the judge asked them if they had anything : 9o.. .

Norfolk. Va. Dec. .-The con- "The vessel was then turned and injured by the explosion of tea $1500.; .. { to say, but both replied in the .

By Associated Press. ,tract for a building at the 'exposltlon"for went in search of the distressed par- thousands pounds of powder whchwas ;STANDARD- OIL TO !negative :.
"'cnholm; Dec 14.-The 9 o'clock' the Daughters of the Confederacy! ties. They had the search light of being transferred to a mine pow-1 INCREASE WAGES I MEXICAN AMBASSADORTO Robert Gallagher was next called .;.

k"'fln. tonight says that King Oscar to cost five thousand dollars, was let the vessel turned on and saw on the der house near here to-day. THE UNITED STATESBy :and after sentencing! him to pay a .t t i
"
ta. rf a quiet day and slept four !I to-day. It will 'be a reproduction of breakers a vessel foundered. Mr. B Associated Press fine! of one thousand dollars and serve .
.. The action of the heart Is I."Beauvoir" the home of Jefferson j Moore at once had a life boat pat Jos. Kratz Aopomted.I : New York Dec. 14-!.The StandardOil Associated Press i fifteen raoathr !i. the: Atlanta= prison \4.;. .,
r.c"', regular and the temperature is I Davis. overboard and at the risk of his life Dec. 14.-James KraU Company announced to-day that City of Mexico Lyric; .-Enri9oe,the jadg a dT'w a !tlu U: 'i-.a..... 1 tit 5.' :

Ct. hundred and nine-tenths. His ap went to the rescue of the unfortun-;!I' Washington appointed special assistant it would, sirance, the wages of all its Creel, governor of Chihuahua hrs. pi-tcl it bcjc: :hen *be su..., .Iff ..0# ]
'has
k'ste' ib fair It proved to be the schooner been 'now r, : less than been appointed Mexican ambassador' r> "ke'u "tf'J4 :' '
but his condition is still Nogi! Out .of Danger. ;ates. general with headquarters In employees p.vin .112tt. :: -e Sit lI' : :: ;
@tl'' :irlr serious ant the physicians Tokio, Dec. 14-Later reports say Maretta, bound from Apalachicola to attorney Washington. has been private one hundred dollsu* per month ten to the United Sat* He Is of_A
,>v''J' believe he will survive au- that General Noel. 1st. believed. to be Pensacola, with a load of oysters." ]l.secretary to Secretary Moody. per cent, beginning. January 1. can descent, wealthy and erodes-!. I.-- .,__ :3s. F__.) _# i f,
over*: attack of heart weakness. out of danger. The crew consisted of three.men. of. C tt





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OY4. CHOSEN BY -; N.GHI.5TO S "Last Fill," writes t Mrs. S. Bailey, of Tun-

;; nelton, \v. Va. "I I was going; down by inches,

a ft Christ Church Altar Fund. ; 'from female disease, with great pain. After tak-
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c. L .t .EIGIES (Dr. Scott Memorial) DAY Y YFour ing Cardui, Ohl! My! How I was benefited! I

am not.well, yet, but am so much better that I will
I At the residence of :Mr. P. K.
.' .. -. ': keep on taking Wine of Cardui! till. I am perfectly

::1 ... '. II J '...,-. ,'. \, 'Largely Attended Meeting of Yonge, 316 Guillemard St. Pumps Fitted and Will ,I cured."


-' -- .- :the Pensacola: Aerie Monday Afternoon, Dec. 17. Be Started This Morning Despite the envious attacks jealous enemies


Held Last Night. A beautiful selection of Chrisjma i, at Early Hour. .-, and .rivals, Cardui still holds supreme position

"4KI"6 presents.Doomed today [as in the past '70 years] for the relief and

A largely attended meeting of the I Efforts to float the gunboat Macaiaa '
Pensacola Aerie of Eagles was held will be made today, and it .3 believed ) cure of female diseases. It stops pain tones up

; last night in the lodge rooms on West that before nightfall the turn
Garden street when new officers were little fighter will be afloat instead of the organs, regulatesthe FREE ADVICE

; POWDERAbsolutely chosen for the'ensuing. year as' follows resting.on the bottom with her decks r functions and aids OUi": : : a letter ietaWff H
: awa!!h.The. } tal we will send yea
W. P.-W. C. Jones. .ET A BOX Of I gunboat Funk in the basInt of fftt, Advice.,In plain sealed envelope. I
in the replacement AUrK s: Ladies Advlsory Deparawnt
Stearns'
PureA W. V. P.-Joe Fitzpatrick. Electric Bat the navy yard during the storm and I 4 The Chinaneoca Medicine eo..O.au..
W. C.-F. E. Commyns. and Roaeh Paste k'p0efee I recertly divers have been engaged in nooji Twin

Cream of Tartar Powder I W. S.-M B. Frank. .rata......and They mice ranoptof to ealek\be 1' 4hdaoatx ,"..- making: temporary repairs: so that she I a misplaced organ.
I W. T.-C. P. Schad.W. repar\0 die wed wiL.erer Cotter ,. can he raised and placed in dock f..r
&ta.
free from alum aYerar.ncara.eaes. At Drug Store in 1.00 Bottles.
or phos- Every
C.-D. J. Clancy. 9&&er.bun,bed-bop._ overhauling.. This work has now beeneomp'eted I
phatic acid I. G.-H. Harrison. .IOL... IIoXIeI'; .__bus-11-01.... and yesterday four pumps I
O. Q.-Sam Bosso. ....--..oC_. were fitted and their combined eft arts!
Trustees:-Thos.. Burnam and John ItaW fltdrtt Putt Cs, I lit :s Ltlieved will be sufficient to pump I LJiE( L.
HAS SUBSTITUTE sane) js
MO N T,U.s.A. ,, ,
a Pryor., *__- mBj, ; ; the water out an! raise the gunboat 1 CAR 0 U .. "
Physicians-Drs. Wright and Diaz. ,The pumps are a 12-inch, 10-inrt and I.
House Committee-Oscar Crona, S-inch, and in addition the 13-Inch OF II

-- .- Corianna and John Maurich.No D'I t J ump of the e I.
:- |l1scd. rnd if there are not some exceptionally
SENTIMENT ISCRYSTALLIZING Lirteola and BU Beard. I Opium In Chamberlain's Cough I ---- ---HICKS' --- big leaks in the hull the -- -- .-

It was a child who persuaded Atom- Remedy. gunboat will be raised.In one of the requirements of Lfe
ham Lincoln to wear a beard. Up to There is not the least danger in giving !; will always be clean if you
the time be was nominated for president Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to CAPUDINE Praise of Chamberlain's Cough Clean Clothes them to
h small children as it contains no opiumor
he had always been smooth shaven. J Remedy. The New Method
r other harmful drug.. It has an established CURESALL Laundry,
----
A little girl living In Cbautauqua There is other medicine ties "ith. W.RJims'
reputation of more than no manu- I I (NONE 1186 W.LAWRENCE. Pro0' Laundry Bid,
'i IN FAVOR OF JENNINGS FOR GOV' county, N. Y.. who greatly admired thirty years as. the most successfu'' ACHES factured that has received so much AGENTS 'WANTO.I : .
him. made up ber mind that he would medicine in ,use for colds, croup and Aaa 1lervoe.aeaa praise and so many expressions of ;I .
... ERNOR, SAYS J. H. PHIL : look better: if he wore whiskers and whooping cough. It always cures and TdalkSOsua dplrsgeisne gratitude as Chamberlain's Cough
.' with youthful directness wrote and told is pleasant to take. Children like it. Remedy. It is effective and prompt BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANY
.. LIPS, OF TAMPA. I him so. lie answered her by return I Sold by all druggists. relief: follows its use. Grateful parents I I ''w. T. BEOWE'.L, PRES. AND MANAGER.
J I everywhere do not hestltate to Prepared to'do all electrical. repairing en short notice. Ring phone 6.0 and a
mail: M. LAB ON BUREAU representative will call W. T. Bidwell President and Manager 205 & Baylen
Escambla f. A A.
.1 Springfield Ill, Oct 13, l&O : Lodge testify to its merits for the benefit of street.
James Harvey Phillips, of Tampa, II Miss Grace Bedell: Regular communication of Es- others. It is a certain cure for croup
rambla Loire No. IS. F. & A-
,? who has been on an extended tour, My Dear Little ikss-Tour very agreeable I Q M. will be held Monday even AGENT HERE and will prevent the attack if givenat i I
letter of the 15th is received. I regret I ing. December 11 th. at 7:30 the first appearance of the disease. '
i f and who visited Pensacola and other J the necessity! of saying 1 have no clod Election of officers. It is especially adapted to childrenas
,l: .' cities in this section of the state, has daughter. I have three sons-.one seventeen Visiting brethren fraternally invited.W. it is pleasant to take and contains
G. DAILEY. C. D. BEYER,
one nine and one seven of
returned to Tampa, where he made 'I years Secretary. W. M. nothing Injurious. Mr. A. E. Hum-
{ I age. They, with their mother constitute FREDERICK C. CROXTON INVESTIGATING I PIANOS=GOOD PIANOS
well known resident and
dr; the statement that sentiment is cry my whole family. As to the whisk- I A Broad Love. phreys, a -
era never having worn any, do you not LOCAL CONDITIONS, clerk in the store of Mr. E. Lock of
: allizing in favor of Hon. T. A. Jennings Cholly-What did father .
your say
think people would call It a piece of silly I Alice Cape Colony South Africa,
of this city, for governor. That affectation if I were to begin it now? when you told him. my love was likea ESPECIALLY AS TO IMM- :says: "I have used Chamberlain's
: portion cf the article relative to Mr. Your .very sincere, well wisher, broad and impetuous river? I Cough Remedy to ward off croup and
; A. LINCOLN. Edith-rile said "Dam It." GRANTS. colds in my family. I found it to be A good piano is cheaper in the end, in the beginning
it in the
r Jennings, as appeared Tampa .
'Ii Tribune, is as follows: I Evidently on second thought he decided Frederick C. Cro ton, special agent II.very satisfactory, and it" gives me and all the time.
to follow her adtlce On his of the bureau of labor of the pleasure to recommend It. For sale
")Ir. Philllpg returned to Florida way to Washington his train stoppedat Rnbblih Heaps.In ment of Commerce and by all 'druggists. I Watch
A for 79c is nevertheless watch.A .
via New Orleans and Pensacola, and a thousand miles of Europe I saw I a
the town where she lived. He asked among the visitors in the city, depart-I
says while in West Florida, he heard but one rubbish heap-some old metal II NOTICE. .
considerable of the sentiment crystallizing If she" were In the crowd gatheredat cans at Carlsmhe. Everywhere else will probably remain for a Is hereby given that I will present my suit of clothes for the largest man at $4.98 isstill
the station to meet him. Of course more Investigating local accounts as executor of the .estate of :
: in favor of Hon. T. A. Jen- was a complete absence of all wasteor Dora Bauer, deceased to the Honorable '
i i The mission of the special agent,of shit.Yet
I she was, and willing hands forced away a .
of Florida.
u'ngs, for governor Henry Bellinger County Judge of Ks'amWa -
> carelessness and aboTe'all of de
the bureau labor
of is not only to obt&in
for her through the mass of peo- I his office In the City ofPensacola.
facement and roadside nncleanhness. information, to labor rr'FJ ,' the Jotti day of
as employed on
ple. When she reached the car Mr. -1 May, A. D. 1907. and apply' for final these articles are dear because worthless.
To Care Snoring. I The foul8cant..lots.. and dirty dumps iu this city and. section, but especially my
. Lincoln stepped from the train, kissed discharge as said executor.J.
"At a banquet" said an editor, "1 that abound in and about American I to ascertain Ute conditions as to U BORRAS.
once httird Jeronio K. Jerome make a her-and adt"lcst.showed her that he had taken I towns are not to be found anywhere. immigrants, what class of immigrants I decl4oamSm Executor.SIR The same thing is true of cheap pianos-pianos

speech on snoring. I rewenfber that it her Nicholas. Exchange. opportunities are are offered foreigners to
.' ended with these words: To cure I Special conclave of
i.nortn;;. it is advised that a piece of Open to tbe Warming. One *f TII.... sttUe in and around Pensacola. The I f Coeur -after a little use.
wishes of the residents in this respectare \ mandery TemplarCT:3 1.
soap be dropped into the mouth of the Old 'Quiverful-And BO yonrant to Struggling Artist No use trying to to be obtained t by him. Y % Knights
f- snorer. The oil in the soap will lubricate take our daughter: from us-you want compete with .the picture factories, Mr.' Croxton'yesterday met Secre p m.14th.Friday.Work December In A Kranich & Bach, Lester, Packard, Cassell,

the pharynx and other Latin to take her from ns suddenly, withouta which are turning out cheap daubs by tarp Jones of the Chamber of Commerce the Order of the Tem Clutter Piano, last a life time and are always good.
'f parts of the throat. This: remedy must I word of warning? Young Goslow the million. The trouble is, the peopleare and in the afternoon accompanied 'I ple. Full uniform.

be applied with caution; otherwise the Not at all, sir. If there b anything not educated. Lots of.buyers can't John E. Btillman to the P r-I' Sojourning courteously Sir Knightsare hinted 'See them at the Clutter :Music House-olde t snorer will arise and lubricate the about her you want to warn me against tell the difference between those pictures dIdo Section, where a large number I \ .
floor with the who dropped In and 1 of German immigrants have settled I-LA1RY W. in the
person I'm willing to listen. mine. Frank Friend- pr. GIBES largest state.
the : I I (and are seemingly well pleased with .C.
soap sume that's true. I can't myself. W. H. NEEDHAM.
their
domes and the conditions. Rec.<
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wagon: "There, Dorothy, I thought I volts of is
electricity
, e $**g Q a $OOGGG @ 0. a a0 'I would. give all of you something new force tlrSanta equal, In applied CHRISTMAS CAROL.

c for Christmas. Claus-Good-'gra.cjo.is! Is this ShIps! that sail with silver sails

t An Ip to D Prevent.. the youngster that,I ,brought a yellow Stars On a sea or light.
| Uncle Grif's Christmas that shine like angel eyes
t rao&key on red-'stick for
: a ?
| "Bobby dear, what, would you! like Watching all the nightHoltr
to have for Christmas ?"
your present
Presents :HOE Gerard "Oh. mamma, I would so like to have a RI41\lIe.. Berries gleaming.ruby dyed.glossy green;
Family
| ,
| telephone right by my pillow so that I When are stocks on the exchange Ilk! Shout with mirth and laugh with c'.'.
; could go to cfthool In bed." poets? When' quoted. Welcome, Christmastide!

J! ,----'B y ALBEILTA PLATT. ------. J I What bone In your body causes'merriment Welcome, merry Christmas eve'
it: 'M' A Twentieth Century Boy. ? The.funny bone. Welcome Christmas day!

r 3.... .......................-a...'P .................. ... .....a... .... ...aa......-.3sa8- .... ...- --... -- :Modern<< Youth (aged six talking In Why is a little man like a good book? Pence In heaven,. good< will on ft;II!,
his sleep-Now, If the effect of eighty! ; Because he Is often looked over. Hear the joy bells say.
I' WIS'we could think of some What do you suppose was In It? A -_. -- _,._- -- -- --
Hate shall die and discord fart;
I thing new for Christmas said toy wooden cottage, beautifully} carvedof Love alone we line
Dorothy Gerarff*?to Uncle Grit. soft white wood. It was in many S.nce the Lord of angel hosts
"Ifs the same thing over pieces, so that" Harold could amuse Comes to be our,King. ,

sery year-woolly! bears for Baby himself for 'hours taking his house
Harold, silly! faced dolls dressed just: apart and putting it together again. Here is Something New A Story A Homemade kbri.tma. Gift.I .

alike for the twins and a box of glovesfor The day after Christmas, when Dor- f
and ai Picture In One
mamma." othy counted the pieces she found r .
Uncle Grif smiled and said Tve : there were eighty-four of them. A let- a

been thinking that same thing now for ter was in the box, addressed to "Har -- ,. .- .--
Ii PIG IN HARNESS. ,
'wo or three years. Dorothy. old Gerard. Care Mamma." It did not A .( ,

But that was all he said. Uncle Grit: take mamma long to open the. letter ed wood and stone, others carved In tamed, above all things, just a book -.
was a wise old bachelor who did not: and read It. It said: ivory, have been found in ancient telll:1g'ho to prepare homemade I '< tree :
.: :
tell everything he knew or thought "This wooden cottage la made in exact tombs both in Egypt and Asia Minor. candles. The Gerard children were ** ;' t .
: .
,..,
r Imitation of the one the czarina of This doll's name is Miss Hotep. She regular candy fiends: particularly] '*:'"- It od. .:; \l i-

). Russia carved with her own hands fora is not much to look at or to play with when It came to the delicious fudge I T 7 % dismal anJ ->:;; ,1

Christmas: _gift to her son. the little in our time, but millions of little girls 1 and chocolate creams their mother, s' .. lonely and wJ, ,.' "'!*
Czarowltx Alexis. In the grounds of hugged and kissed! just such dolls : made. When they:found,out whit the /,
: and somebody whis _
the czar's palace at Tsanskoe-Selo is a many thousand years ago.* book was the twins yelled with "' :
summer house, called a chalet, in "With Uncle Grifs love to Florenceand I light and clapped. their hands. de-I ,;end, "Oh, why arent f.i'-

wi which the czar is fond of resting. The Hilda." ma's Christmas gift was one of _" you clad: now the sjriflj's ..', : -w1.------
..
czarina is an expert wood carver and A second messenger- boy rang the quaint little fat Dutch cedar trees that i coming en I" But the Cr: tree ; .

made a miniature model of the czar's front door belt and he also had two grow in pots and stay green and pretty I mace answer in accents so dreaVthat r- i. a
summer house for their baby's toy. parcels, one big and one little. The I and cheerful in the house all winter r-' 'it. ,
'to ;
i bear it the questioner; f
Baby Harold will have more fun with small one was addressed to Dorothy. I long. { '. 'l. ......-- ,
: his house than Baby Alexis probablyhad I!In. too. was from Uncle Grit and con- Kind Uncle Grif sent that too. j I bent down his car, and this was the : fr.. a,

r with his. UNCLE GRIF." I I AU to: once there came a noise ofi i I answer it gave "My brother was taken a \' _'f. .

The other parcel had In it an object ,,II shouting and running in the street.i few months ago and to thick: of his miseries_ c ...; ".-'
mysterious that nobody could make'I The Gerards looked out and there. R1 i '
so
r Mr1' I I| fifls! me with woe till I feel I could weep." But '
it out. It was funny looking thing.t i)' coming up to the gate was Uncle Grif the --,,
: questioner answered tow, listen to
and they all laughed at the eight of it himself, driving the queerest rig any- I me,jot- rye Y E
"It's a heathen idol that's .what!," I' body ever saw in this land. To a little teen your dear brother, the ether fir tree.joollcg hap* I I f r

exclaimed Dorothy. wagon. just the size to hold Florenceand FT and bright It stood in a room EUed with ltuebieVaa4 i ,h, x,33 f'r., ';si' -\ .

"Wrong." said mamma, who had tiJyd Hilda was harnessed a pig a real light while eager faced children 'with eyes that were iript t '>

opened the'accompanying letter'and sure enough pig. and it was trotting received from its tranches a gift. If that If what hpr"V 1 l' '#"Jd'.; '
begun to read It. Then she read aloud: along with half the children in town I.. 4 ssy ; '
CZAROWITZ TOT HOUSE.OB t "None of you can guess if you try running after it and the carriage. }toed the fir tree replied Tm orrykl groan 4so :.. c ,.;".,.. ......f..'. .

Christmas morning he gave those i all day what this Christmas present is It f The pig cart was another of Uncle ., and fretted and sifbci. _- -, ...:..- i. l ,.) '!' .
Gerard kids the surprise of their lives. that I got for Florence and Hilda, so I I'I r Grits Christmas gifts to the twins, his w.. :. "'"-.J.- 1
-two II:' three surprises, In fact. wily, tell you at once. It Is an 'Egyptian 1 pets. The queer part of it was that*! / ; ) ;: c' ,
.
'. !
.Just after breakfast when the chil- dolL such as children used to play piggy had actually been trained to be !j \ .. ,..'..'..'- J": :2'.. .) .. .' .-: '
feea were comparing their woolly bears with 4,000 years ago. Its body is madeof driven, In harness to the cart and was f 1: ... ,. : .'i..,- 'J. ) A can card to hang near the ten!
and dolls and balls: trod tops and tin rope and string. Its hair Is of strands as tractable as a goat and more intelligent I '" i J : I phone makes a pretty little Christmai

'I i soldiers a messenger boy rang the belL|tot fine bead, and It has more hair than than one. Many a drive after '- .:. .j .. ,. ': i gift for mother. Cover a heavy, S'r'-J
I' .'. He brought two yarcels-one: marked.I' body. Ancient Egyptians thought a that had tae twins, and such fun as I ) rJJ' ) I cardboard: with a ban of figures r -

"Harold" the other "Florence and t(Ilot more of dolls than ue do in our i I never was with their pig horse. They /d bon one-half its width. Finish via
Hilda." Florence and Hilda were the i Hire and often bad these buried In bad their photograph taken while they narrow loop and bow. Write num crl
{ .I
,,', twins six years old tombs with them-warrior dolls god CO were in the cart. "_ a. .. .......__I. ':.:., at the side.
"7(oUI1gt"st first." ..:.a!d mamma:! open- and goddess dolls and many sorts.. I'I Uncle Grit said as he delivered the "--. '
j 4t:.g ZaroL-J'., narce'. j Numbers of dolls. some made of joint- DOLL OF ANCIENT EGTrX last of his Christmas gifts the pig Wh n any one .down what U tws
ki first thin: ty to? 'Get up.
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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SATURDAY -;
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This store is -alwayspNi'.TRDU5LRS O'HARA MUST PLEAD TO The (//It''


long on Trousers. One Medicine ,
PEONAGE INDICTMENTS
*4 i We buy' all oar' Trousers .

I from, the best of __nn_____


.f kt ,; I Trouser. To-day makers.we are showI I: MOBILE TEAM IS Judge Locke Overrules. Demurrers i I Old People NeedJ.


0 ing the largest assortI I filed by DefenI I .

!4Wb A ;?: ment of fine Trousers in

dant and DeniesMotion' ----- Mr.Joaah Zeitlin 101
: the city. years :

"We: ,have the exclusive VICTORIOUS i old July, 1906, lives with his -., : .

-'trt for the iI Mrs. .
agency Nufangl I daughter, Isaac Krinsky, -

Ii! Trousers the Trouser
i REFUSED MOTION TO QUASH I Brooklyn. :. :
Jf% :c' J that has the Button AGAIN i
AND WOULD NOT ALLOW Mr.Zeitlin was a prominent :
f Clasp on each side to "l

7 # t3 make them fit perfectlyon COUNSEL FOR O'HARA A BILL -: I ,business man in his native 1i!:

_
.- ;- Ju on the hips when a per- OF PARTICULARS-PROCEED ,land,Poland, many years. In

has Bartow Academy Defeated 1882 he retired and came to
son a small waist. INGS IN CELEBRATED CASE AT

4.- .. Paragon Trousers Pensacola Classical School JACKSONVILLE. this country. !

,- need no introduction, as LN He says that Duffy's Pure 4
by Score of 8 to 0.
have universal
they
a Malt Whiskey has
to" prolonged
Overruling the demurrer the;Indictments '

reputation for Fit i against O'Hafa, denying ;_ his life, and is the: ,medicine ,
In a very slow game of foot-ball at the motion to quash. and! later denying:
finish: and workmanship. Sweet Orr Trousers are Palmetto Beach yesterday afternoon, the motion for a bill of Particulars t1w to restore health and vigor in I ITi

made under the very best conditicns possible, and are the Classical School team was defeated Judge.James W. Locke, in the United I old people.
the- of 8 States district court yesterday, sustained -
by score to 0, by the
pc 'feet in fit and finish. Trousers .$2.50 to $8. Barton Academy squad of Mobile. the contentions of the govern- k ;y He writes:

Give him Trouspr ,..... come hereto see what It was easily seen in the first partof ment-.In every particular and the big w_ ,
you
would like him the game that the local boys were peonage cases are now ready to come j( "Although I was 101 rem old on July
to give f Xmas. no match for their heavier and more to trial says the Jacksonville Times- 3d last, I still feel that I am good for several

experienced opponents. The Mobile Union. 1/ 4.t' % l yean., I was born at Lodz, ia Poland and
boys were exceedingly quick in the Mr. O'Hara.wIll. be arraigned in 'Ik ,. 5. r' after lengthy business life ia the old land -tel
execution of their plays and having open court'at 10 o'clock this morning, 1" w; ': l came to this country: in 18S2 to reside with

cTAJIDARDIOTIfflIG(6Ciai ( : ( heavier backs who seldom if ever and will enter a plea of not guilty to *'/ .' ,, a my daughter. I have used Daffy's
a- -
fumbled made short work of the Clas- the indictments that',"have- been returned A.- Pare Malt Whiskey for many yean and
s'i. '- fl2 find it
p beneficial. It '
fl
I sicals who seemed out of'form or against him. *, very invigorates
practice. Trial of the cases' will probably be 0,5. 'vt,J' ,, ) 4',", and gives me strength.?: I feel that it has I
. THIESEHV-BUILDimv The game started with Pensacola taken up at once, with 'Assistant Uni- 4a' --- helped! me to Eve the 101 It seems 4
ted States Attorney General CharlesW. to be the very medicine need to
kicking badly to Mobile who when c&& '*
once started seemed to gain ground Russell and Assistant restrict Attorney 'restore their faHing- strength. .
Zeitlin
Richard P, Mark: prosecuting I I *,' Josiah 136 Avenue
very easily. With straight line bucks k
t ,
N. Y.
and end runs, also using their tackle the cases. Mr. O'Hara' Will' be' defended _________ ,, Brooklyn Mr. Zeitlin, is one August of the 10 many, 1906-thousandsof
formation, Barton at the end of five by Attorne George M.
minutes' playing had the ball on the Powell, Col. W. M. Toomer and Judge men and women throughout the United
States who their
and
fIDEliTY owe vigor, strength
and Wooddeliver of Toomer &
Reynolds Heynolds.
LODGE Classicals 15 yard line. Pensacola ? long life to the great Tonic Stimulant and
held her there for downs and got the The same' attorneys will also defend Renewer of Youth, Puffy* Pure Ma $ '
il the employees of Mr. O'lUra,'who, by '
balL Avery attempted to punt for 'UK.:IOSIAH ZEITLINDuffy's Whiskey, and join in extolling otritt
deliver Ice, Coal Charcoal and Pensacola but received bad pass, some, of the indictments, were jointly -
[tr-od anywhere in the city. We can the ball going over the line. Avery indicted with O'Hara "
'
r.uj>Iy you in any quantity and cur ELECTS NEWOfFICERS started back but was pushed down i The petit jury will probably be se- Pure Malt
* vice is always prompt. for a safety. Score, Barton 2; Clas'lected this "morning, and the presenting Whiskey .
Steam and Domestic Coal. sicals 0. of evidence for the government

Wood Cut Any Size. The Classicals kicked and Barton- [begun without delay.Demurrers Is as absolutely pure-gentle and invfgoraticg stimulant sid tonic, tnnU up the nerve ,tissues, tones tip the heart give power fa tEl '
failed to return. The local boys rallied -| Are Overruled. brain,.strength'and elasticity to the. muscles and richness to the blood. R brings into action all the vital forces it make digestion perfect
Immediately upon the opening of and enables yon to get from the food you eat the nourishment: it contains. It is invaluable for overworked men. delicate women and sickly
E., G. SEWALL 0 C S and held Mobile for'short gains. [ children as it ic a food already digestrd. It strengthens the system, is a promoter of rood health and longevity, makes the old young and '
Williams showing up in his work on the court yesterday morning, Judge I keeps the young strong. Duffy's Pure" Malt Whiskey, contains no fusel oil and is the only whiskey that:is recognized: as a medicine. Tois "j. .
Phones 614-363. 26 N. Tarragona St. the defense. Mobile was forced to Locke took up the question of the demurrers is a guarantee. -
punt and kicked out of bounds, the and motions to quash Indict- .. Sold by druggists and grocer or direct.In sealed bottles only never In balk. Price}'. Insist on the genuine and ass that th* I.'
ments in the several of the "Old Chenlst" trade-mark on the label. Beware of refilled bottles and spanons malt Whiskey substitutes offered for sale by t1'
ball going to Pensacola. Putting cajes unreliable dealers, They'are positively harmful and will Dot cw Medical booklet and doctor's advice tree. Daily flail \Vtisksy C.. R '
DAILY TOWEL SUPPLY. Enthusiastic Meeting of Pen- Hannah around Bartons, left end for United States vs. F. J. O'Hara. Rochester.N. Y. s '

-RUNYAN'S ROLLERS... 15 yards and Turtle around right end The court stated that the principal .

A CLEAN TOWEL EVERY DAY sacola's Young K. of P. for about 15 more. PensaooU ended grounds raised by counsel for the defense I N. GOLDRIN G, Distributer. $ j

$1.00 PER MONTH. the half with the ball on her oppon- were the Insufficiency of the _ _ _ _ 1 ,
Phone 848-2 rings. M. C. RUNYAN. indictment the'stating of I
regarding :
ents 15 line. Score 2
Pensacola.' Florida. yard Barton ;
Lodge Held.An Classicals 0. the details of the alleged offenses Judge Locke had been handed down, ;'-

---, Second Half. committed, and further insufficiency Attorney George M. Powell presenteda .I I

SCARRITT MORENO.SAFES I Barton kicked and Classicals madea in that they had failed to allege that motion for a bill of particulars.The ANNUAL
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. enthusiastic meeting of FidelIty good return. Classicals made fine the holding to involuntary servitudewas ,grounds set up as to why the
Agent far Dicbold Safe and LocK Co. Lodge. No. 68, Knights of Pythias, forward pass for about, 15 yards and for the purpose of making the government should furnish the defendant ,fj
Canton. OhIo.ffice I was held last night in the K. of P. Hannah added 20 more :to It. Pensa- alleged peons- work out. an indebtedness. with a bill of particulars was fI I
and Salesroom 20 St.
E. Gov.
I castle hall, and new officers chosen cola lost ball, Barton worked a trick 'J that the particulars of the offenses
-- for the ensuing term. The chancel- play and made touch down through Is Statutory Offe'nae.The charged were unknown to the defend-

br commander: J. W. Bullard, was :clear field. Score, Barton 7; Class court then stated that peonagewas ant that preliminary hearing on
Just Received. was re-elected for another term. Much 'cals, O.Darton. a statutory offense and that the I some of the charges had been held,

flPirkJes.tported Macaroni.Sauer Kraut.Sweet Mackerel Oil. Cheeses Cod interest is being shown in the lodge kicked pretty goal and indictments did not have to be as that the pleadings of the governmentwere DOLL FAIRLadies'

(!fib. Pigs Feet. Spanish Onions Pilot which is the yungest K. of P. lodgein placed the score, Barton 8, Classi-- nicely drawn as did indicments I vague, Indefinite and uncertainand
[had French Navy Bread. Everything the city. The officers chosen were cals, 0. brought under the 'common law. An tended to embarrass the defend-

V Vit-b t and Hazel.new. $1.00 per gallon. as follows: The Classicals kicked and the indictment brought In the languageof ant in preparing his defense, and that

C. C.-JV.. Bullard.V. .. teams played _back and forth pver the the statute, the'court'' held with the defendant, by the denied motion -
1[Marine Grocery Company. C.-H. H. DeWitt. field the Classicals kicking"10 -,.Bar sufficient particulars tAtedl: to inform to quash and the demurrer-which had
V. J. ViDAL. Manaoe-- P.-Scott M. Loftin.M. ton's 2 yard line. Barton. easily the defendant what was the offense been overruled, had sought to gain Missionary Society --f- .

of W.-A. C. Johnson.M. brought the ball away from the charged, was a valid indictment these desired particulars: FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
at A.-Jas. F. Whiting. danger line by long end runs and Then, passing to the Clyatt case, Judge.Locke then asked Mr. Powell '
fHOIOGRAPHERS TURTON &SINCE BELL.1810. I. G.-Geo. T. StogsdilL gains through center for 10 and fifteen which, being the only peonage case what particulars were desired by the CHURCH

tdl UfpLes. finishlnj for Amateurs. O. G.-R. J. Owens.M. yards, P. C. S. succeeding in passed upon by the, United States defendant. L
of E.-J. K. Quarles. holding Barton for downs in the mid- supreme court Is the one most What Was- Wanted.In ;
K., of R. & S. and M. of F.-Henry dle of the field. Barton kept the ball quoted by counsel, the court pointedout out TODAYSaturday
COTTRELL, Bellinger. in Pensacola's territory, except. onetime that the supreme court nad not reply Mr. Powell pointed .
that there two distinct charges
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. W. O. B.-Geo. P. Wentworth, Hen- when it reached her 35 yard line, I declared that the indictment was Insufficient were of
Pensacola. Fla. ry Bellinger and Sam Pasco, Jr. for the remainder of the half. Time i and that this was so in an brought against Mr. O'Hara, some 15
in December
Representative to Grand Lodge- was called with, Barton's ball on Pen indictment in which the indebted-__ : the indictments' charging peonage I t'
Scott M. .Loftin.AlternateJ. sacola's yard line. Final. score, Barton J ness was,'in the words of the indictment one form or another, and the others I WING HOP & CO.
Intentto
R. K. WHITE, W. Bullard. 8. Classicals 0. itself "claimed." charging carrying away with' At CLUTTER MUSIC Importers and Dealers In

-tctffzttr, ,Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate Member Pythian Building Commit Length of the halves was 20 The reversal of the lower court hold a slave. ; Chinese and
HOUSE Fancy j.
rue an,30 S. Paulo Street. Pensacola. Fla. tee-J. W. Bullard. minutes. was, Judge Locke said, clearly on the In regard to the "slavery" indict- I Japanese
ground of insufficiency of proof, in ments, counsel stated that the defendant Goods. qj
Overton, of the Barton aggregation,
the defendant with returning wished to know by whom Begins at 9:30: A. M. and continues -
Tbe Arab. Haske .b."Intoxication was easily the star of the game. that, charging Embroidered Canton Crepe Shawls, hi i
The weather certain parties to a conditionof the peons had been held In peonage, Handkerchiefs. Ivory Chlnaware. '
was exceedingly warm
Tersely Told from eating a dish of for foot-ball and probably tended to peonage there had not been sufficient the names of those returning the alleged all day. Toys, Fireworks. Silks and Linen, ,
liver was once my portion," said an effect that he had to peonage, by what Embroidery Goods Dress Goods by j
to the peons
make the the slow affair it proof -
game theyard. .
J, \\ Lang. of Muscogee, was in orientalist "It happened In the Sahara. turned out to be. The attendance formerly been in a condition of peon- means they had been held in a condition : -

tt ('J itlast night on a short visit I I was spending:the winter at El was small but cheerful and gave the age to which he was returned by the of peonage, by what means Fine Imported Teas, Etc. : 4
J i : Kantara. In February I had been returned to a conditionof 31 S. Palafox Street Pensacola, Florida. :i
:-tushes, one of the prominent made a caravan locals good backing in the rooting defendant. they .
Typewriters.
ba'I1: !<'v.; men of Florala, Ala., was in I I trip over the desert along the I line. Judge Locke then briefly stated peonage, what was the debt., for
t: ('\esterday an a short business i great caravan route that runs from that he considered these indictmentsvalid which they had been held, and a description I

\,' I: Biskra to Timbuktu. The third day Water Cure for Constipation.Half and that the demurrers thereto- etc., of the place of busi- We offer the below
a pint of hot water taken half and the motions to quash were overruled ness and nature of the business at II
1:11' out we reached an oasis of date TEN DOLLARSis
I maximum temperature at Pen-] palms. an hour before breakfast will usually and denied. Maytown and Buffalo Bluff. $100 MAKE TYPEWRITERS CHEAP:

hsa! esterday was 74 degrees at |j; We got coffee at the baked mud cafe. keep the bowels regular. Harsh cathartics Ask Bill of Particulars. Argument is Brief. Steam's Visible (new) .............J75.00Wil'iams I j
* m., while the minimum was COat We dined on red fish and gazelle should be avoided. When a Immediately after the decision of Mr.' Powell after the' motions had I I : (re-built) ................ 6500 I
d.P: (>s 7 a. m Last year on the I teak, and for an entree was served I purgative is needed, take Chamber been .presented, briefly argued them, : Densmore, (practically new) ....... .67.50 all need. ;
you
* Smith Premier No. 4 .............. 4500
:
-i j date the
maximum was 63 de- this Infernal liver. It was liver powdered lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. contending that all, that had been '.Remington Ko. 2 (re-built) ........ 20.00 I 1'
P s and the minimum 52 degrees. I I i I with kiff. Kin is hasheesh. It is They are mild and gentle in their action asked for were, facts which the defendant 'I think small '

The fishing schooner Sylvia, which |j I made of hemp, and it makes yon For sale by all druggist- had the' right to know, as, A'so for ten days delivery we can sell Just a $10 pay- -

has been used since the storm niwrecking i' drunk. The Arabs mix it with their .* in preparing his defense, justice, demanded New wood Century or any make Fox of Fay-Pboles.typewriter. under-I ment will procure your family 1 '
work has A Trick of Actor. that he" know fully the par- machines also for rent. .
been fitted with I| tobacco, and they bread liver with it. .
another Most people know that the memory charged against a high-grade lifelastingPiano. .
mast. and will sail to-day for and they drop it In coffee. Thus they ticulars of the offense ,
"ie fishing banks for the first time may be easily confused by learning a him in order that be'might be fully I
I eat. drink and smoke their kiff. I ate I .
Mnce the September hurricane. I passage in two or three different waysor aware of'just what he had to meet.
'their k1'and Imagined my arm to bea by haviz4pce' beard an incorrect Col. W. M. Toomer, referring again I PensacolaTypewriter i
it
\a. immense electric sign, the firstof mile' long. I thought my foot as big form of giving Working on this to the question of indebtedness, i Get it no\v-or buy now, sand

to this its size city and has nature ever brought as a mountain. My voice when I i principle, actors are fond of putting pointed out that in the Clyatt case i I have it delivered just before .A
--acola' been received by the spoke, sounded in my ears like the stumbling blocks in one another's way. the indictment had not been challenged Exchange, "
Electric Co. The sign thousand thunders. In the counsel for Clyatt He Christmas. a
roar of a a by
b"ar A stock dear to the hearts of all
<: joke .
the
(Nr'. and will words require"Pensacola a large'Electric num- two word' days I was before kiff I drunk was fit and to resume it was players is the regular thing to be inflicted argued peonage that were the the't1.-0 indebtedness essentials of the to.: 20 E. Government St.ThBUSON. IJ. I This $10 payment will get :

of lights to illuminate it. It is upon a beginner in the first act serviceto '
11.',' Journey across the gold colored alleged peon and involuntary i you a fine Caswell, Bach, .
i I't'ntfon: of Manager Leadley to my of "Richard III. It is In the scene work out the debt.
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"*" 'he sin placed above the coma sands. where the coffin of Henry YL is bornei Both Must Be Proven. Shulz, or a .slightly used
!\ v hew general offices in the i across the stage. One of the men who :
L"BB:. building. Pr pm ni. i carry it has been raised from the position Should the defense prove, he con- J. Kranich & _Bach or Lester, ,
been debt
there had no
bad the following tended, that
force of men in the employ of An English daily of supernumerary to his first or that there had been no involuntary or one of-a. number of good
gentleman
"Wanted-A here
" trrt-n & Co. are making good prog- advertisement: ,speaking pr.rt. which consists of a sIn- For Christmas shoppers are some servitude the defense would be & BRO.

rps>> m floating the fishing schooner to undertake the sale of a patf'nt'med.it gle lint Before the performance it is practical suggestions for Christmas complete, as it would likewise be did pianos. : ; 1 'i
Anoia which rests between a quan- i icine. The advertiser guarantees : usual for some older actor to take him gifts but then see that the stamp of the goverinment fail to make out -
till' 't piling near the fish house of i will be profitable to the undertaker. aside and Impress him with the enor- MEYER are upon them, and then thy these two essentials. Therefore, he 124-126 E. 'Intendencla St. $2.50--a..we will pay for !
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mat firm. The piling has been Christian Register. inasmuch, as at least two of]1
mous difficulties of delivering: that sentence are correct. argued, the Piano-without interest. $
IIh\"t'd! i from the east side of the re-I correctly. The victim listens I Ladies' Shoes ...............$1.50 to $5.00( the indictments did not even men-

sL le- !'" that she can float out and nervously. Men's Shoes ................$2.00 to $8-CO tion indebtedness, O'Hara had the We have everything to Prices from $139 up. Get .

turk rfa! afternoon the pumps were Patience is the strongest of stron? "Jsow, most actors," says his tormentor Boys' Shoes .................$1.00 to $3.50 right to know what debt was charged make your Christmas .
immi.ing) out the water so that I etc., in order to it-now. 1-
i14. will* float It Is believed she will! drinks for it kills the' giant Despalr.JerroltL .- gravely, "make this mistakethe Misses' Shoes ...............$1.00 to $3.00 to whom his it was defense.owed dinner a success.A 1 1i 1v ;

be ,)led: during to-day and soon be I first time they play the part: In- I Children's Shoes .............50c to $2.50 prepare Assistant United States District At-

In :*worthy condition. I stead of saying, as it Is, 'My lord, Infants' Soft Soles .........:...25c to 50c torney Richard P, Marks replied Full Line of GETITNOW. .

stand back and let the coffin pass.' they ;Ladles' Juliets ..............$1.00 to $2.50 briefly for the government, .contend-

I h!,HUP. Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla are give it this way 'My lord. stand back (Men's Slippers ...............75c to $2.50 ing that the indictments were sufficiently -

iUr i.ike-make's: pride. Absolutely Right Living;; is and let the parson cough.: '" I Children's Juliets ............$1.00 to $1.50 ,particular in themselves to I Holiday Goods The Clutter Music House
the "Blue
go twice as far and : I And after he has beard the latter: version put the defendant on notice of what : _
Rbbon: ..............10c to $2.50
Flavor" Ask Ladles' Hosiery
is perfection. : it Is the must to meet.
chancesare he
*r tht. :!;;c size. Bright LivingGrapeNuts absurd -though 'Men's Hcse ...................1c to 75c prepare Is Denied. I DOLLS. TOYS, ETC. -
Motion
that the poor supernumerary will I Outfits ................., 25c I
that to the audience oa the first Chinota Marks had concluded the Wholesale and Retail Dealers In CITY COFFEE CO.
I give When Mr. GULP
A Decided Hit. Shoe Trees ....................$1.00 pat'Come ,
informal recess .until
night court ordered an }
Qate CHOICE FAMILY "
a decided bit is being made Take a Look. Buy if You Please. 12 o'clock. GROCERIES H. P. CHIPMAN, Manager. : :.. .
v tIle
very beautiful display of burnt The Correct Explanatfbm."Yes. I At noon, the.:court reconvened and
fid and leather goods of Mrs. Buck. announced that after I CROCKERY, STATIONARY I i
I Locke Blenders and of
I Judge Roasters. Shippers
*
at said Dubbey, the actor, "I bad
Bruce's in the Brent building. MEYER SHOE CO. carefully' considering the motion GLASS TIN I I ,
, '"'pdl.v(' appropriate for gift service :1 FodD a splendid part in the show but I-er made by counSel for,the defendant WOOD AN D WI LLOW I ;.1-

, ';'was'. times. The spirit of giving lets in the sunshine. -took sick and"- he felt. that it should be denied and WARE. CIGARS TOI Fine CoffeesOUR l'.iE
l al f",n.'t.' be better shown than In a gift I "Au." Interrupted ,Wiseman "you FEET FURNISHERS FOR FOLKS that the'government would not be required BACCO. SNUFF, FEED
:
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'! ; handsome work and those who THERE'S A REASON." mean you didn't take well r-Philadelphia to furnfsh! the defense with the STUFF ETC. : : ; COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALU .-;, jl
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U.l4""the see it.beautiful should by. all Ledger., 102 S. PAtAFOX bill of. particulars as asked. GROCERs. GIVE THEM A TRIAL; '1 :

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t .* *j 'CITY'COU: 0 U UN NC GIL STOCKTON WANTS GRAND BALL

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.T DAILYi WEEKLY. SUNDAY.: Frank Clark. ---, I I : TOHOLD: A '- -' I NAOMI REBEKAH LODGE NO. jj

We are informed that Hon.: Frank:
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UBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT,MONDAY Clark, in the next (the 60th) Congress:. Offers: Radical .Resolution in Jacksonville Board of LO.O.F.

expects to get that tax on Egyptian:
: ...BY... | cotton.-Lake City Index. i "Tracle Meeting,.Calling- Upon ,Governor to Convene -

THE JOURNAL COMPANY. ;.Pleasant Holt. j MEIING[ Special 'Session of Legislature. AT RAFFORD HALL

(: Hon. Pleasant Holt is leading in a:
f S---- movement for a "Greater Jackson Cor. Belmont and Baylen
_-; FRANK L. MAYES Pr.Idnt an" General Manager I ville." May success 'attend his laudi-! H : : Street

-.r ble efforts : Palatka TimesHerald.The .
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MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. Special Session"Calted to.Investigate I WEDNESDAY NIGHT

.. _e. .".._ .. Late Judge Whitfield. .,. .. ,
n Judge Richard A. Whitfield of Tal- the Sewer
'- UBUCRITION.RATES lahassee father of Justice J. B. Whit- DECEMBER 19th
th 1906
Otte Year .. .. .......... :1ca One Month .. .. .. .. '.. 4* field. and a man who held the estetem ; Work. : TrWi ,
Six Months _. .. .. .. .. :2 50 One Week. .. .. .. .. .. 10 I of all who knew him is dead. Peace ____ $ I
Taree Month.. .. .. .. 125 Weekly Edition: per year.. .fl CO to his memory.-Apalachicola Times _
t Music by Barrios' Orchestra
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, Gilchri$ Motives. A special session of the City Council _ ii, s "M.t4rt

The Only Ponsacola Kewapmper From Which a' Detailed Albert Gilchristi heart is in the has been called for' this afternoon at I .

i Circulation Statement Can Sa Securest.' right place and the kindly things he" 4:30 o'clock. At this meeting the I _' :c1 -i-ir TICKETS, 25cts
t does are dictated by no motive except -
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council will hear..the- statement of H. &
Tore for his fellow man and: a sincere i iili _
desire to be the purveyor of happi- H. Boyer.f'regarding the. sewer' work Prize to both Lady and Gentleaa

FbiRU {ciori&i! Ioems U I Papers on Sal'. on Trains I ness.-Tampa Tribune. as >neon.. ;East Hill, which Mr.:

Business Office 1500 j and at all News Stands. Boyej is quoted- ;as stating' that was r D&ncer.

: Senator Mallory! ; Improperly done,,and would leak. :4i'T.q' f".. 'd _
J t) i With Senator Mallory again in excellent The meeting' '_Js, the result of the _; z

Offices-Journal Building-Corner lntend.noia and DeLuna Sts I health, we expect much good action of the-council: Wednesday nightin z.3 4 __________ KDJUa=ti :;I.I;.
i work at this session from our delegation ; deciding to go further Into the mat- ( L-- ;

In congress.-Palatka TimesHerald. ter after It was brought to the attention i CAFENONPAREIL i iI
[I PENSACOLA SATURDAY MORNING 1906., Alderman Ren-
FLORIDA DECEMBER 15, of the body by ____
shaw, and the mayor was instructedto
-- In the "Down and Out" Class.
I call a special session so that Mr.I I
Judge Swayne has given the people was rot aware of the fact that the II John A. Graham hasn't quieted down Boyer could be present _-n !

i to understand that peonage is a very I il city owned property south of St. yet. He doesn't seem to understand Yesterday when City Clerk Aymard _ _ ,;i"4' ."",

Michaels cemetery that would ia that he is now a member of the political communicated with Mr. Boyer as to
dangerous experiment. 1
i down-and-out-club. Mbnticello I 8 1-2 S. Palates Street npttairs. {
!every ray, answer all purposes but the most convenient time for him to I : i

t' A Parisian chorus girl has been : even if this was the case it hardly News.W. be present, the Jatter stated,that 4:30! : Open 7 a. m. to 9 p. m. ?
r: fined $1200 by a court for refusing D. Bloxham. o'clock Saturday afternoon would be;. ;
justifies the consummation of the deal
satisfactory, and consequently the
t' to wear tights. Rather a tight state OUR SPECIALTIES: \
The True Democrat
aft er the fact became Known. I II says rumors meeting was called for that hour. by
. r i of affairs. The argument )f one alderman to. are ripe in Tallahassee that Governor the mayor. e Business Men' Dinner, 12 to ;
,
I 2.30 50 cents.
L The government will come clear of :the effect that "we have bought the Bloxham will soon wed. If the rumor It is expected ,that ,the; engineers Theatre Parties regular boartf.
Droves correct why not Set!: tho. executive looking after th 'city' interests in the ii era and Meal Tickets.
expenses in tne peonage trials in I property and will have to pay for it mansion ready for :Mrs. Bloxham? work will be present and give the i

Pensacola as the aggregate fines imposed -I aiyT.ay: ," is particularly weak in -Apalachlcola Times. council their views upon the matter. ft PHONE 5

t: amounted to ten thousand I view of Alderman D'Alemberte's statement The neatest. cleanest and test 5
1 dollars. that the property is actually Attorney General Ellis. flft" ""aH' II place in town towhich to get our i
t
I The last legislature' passed a resolution -* mrals- 11
;. An appropriate Christmas gift for worth considerably more than the requesting; the attorney-e neral PRESS 'DISCUSSION OF X ):j Come once; we will trust von to jj

f price which the ,city was charged for to inouire as to those rebates allowed 'iiPUBLIC' r_MEASURES. come again. a
: the Filipino would be his liberty it I convict lessees under the state ad- .;:J;::JI ;';..;.:: ;.1
but the dear brown brother came to I 1f" H n H M
t. ministration. If
The city is not in the real estate our memory serves
'< us in a war and will probably never us, under the term of this lease. there Hot in the State House.It JOHN, N. C. STOCKTON.It .
business and, therefore, is not in a I ____ __ _ _
Is some S25000 due the state Of u Christmas
'f leave us unless forcibly taken by I is a little thing and might not be
i1t position to speculate. Further, in course, his renort to the.legislature
: some foreign power. I considered worthy of an editorial note, sucha the Florida line until the connecting
has been months since
} view of the fact that it already OTKT.Sall will tell all about IL-Lake City In- but in journey many '
the through life it is handle'
loads were able to .
:t. Mrs. Hayes of Colorado, daughter the property necessary for city: dex. the little things that harass and vex warm debate was heard in the board Scored, By Tcomer.' FruitsThis

.1. of Mrs. Jefferson Davis, Is out in at stables, much better located, the purchase -, Bob Davis. us and grate uPon the nerves. The of trade auditorium as ensued yester' Then came Col. W. JI.. Toomer, and

card to the press In which she explains oJ suburban realty for this' Ex-Congressman: Robert W. Davis, small things bring gray hairs to our day daring the regular monthly meeting !I when he got through scoring the resolution is the place to buy
heads the
to be little less than of ; ordinary annoyances cause of the board, says the Jacksonville and the argument ,offered by
:- the letter of her mother made purpose seems a Tampa. is Brigadier General of the
i:: public during the Gulfport meeting of I waste of city funds. Florida Confederate Veterans and his the mishaps hollows and in mischances our. cheeks; the trivial Times-Union. It was a debate'' Mr Stockton in, support: of it,:, 'there your :Fruits, Ousters Candies -
and
L the Daughters of the Confederacy. I, If the property is as valuable as friends In this neck 0' the woods extend tire. In the capital of the worry great stateof on a subject that has aroused interest: was little chance of getting the resolution ,'Fire Works, etc., for : iu
the board of trade
to both Veterans through on
Mr. D'Alemberte evidently believes it and General Florida there is no Ice water servedto throughout the country, the failure of j holidays. Prices reasonable.
Davis their heartiest i snap judgement He declared that the
If Mrs. Annie Bradley, who shot for Is the owner would undoubtedly be -Apalachicola Times: congratulations: the thirty ,souls who serve the the ''transportation companies to provide I resolution sounded to him as dangerous -

mer Senator Browr in Washington, I state. As soon as the chill of winter's adequate facilities for the Handling G. P.
; glad to get' out of the bargain. If it breath descended ,i and preposterous: and he expressed Caparisos,
} ;: says her only regret Is that she did is net worth the price paid soweboflv Appleyard's Defeat. upon the devoted of freights. The debate was' the hope that as a citizen he
heads of those who
t!(; not kill herself. Would hare saved has probably been asleep at the throttle Editor Appleyard didn't quite feet house the decree went habit forth the from:state the precipitated by the introduction by would have the'priTilege of recordinga Cor. Tarragona and Intendencla Sts.

: the country much time and expense I I of city affairs. there In his race for sergeant-alarms office of the custodian< of the building: John N,.C. Stockton of a radical resolution -]I tote against it He considered it -

'l t, and perhaps a long drawn out trial. of the Democratic.caucus.at:Washington "Xo more Ice water. We can't have :calling upon the governor of.I extremely unfortunate that it shouldbe :
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At any rate, the acquisition of the Florida to convene the state the'board of trade.
but he beat all the others in the legislature trought' before
I' Ice water and fI es. too": Isn't this I Christmas Evergreens.
.: Florida is entertaining two of the ,''property in question seems to be superfluous contest except ,a panty from Mississippi too sad? And the", Secretary of Stateis in specialsession' to cope with He then scored the general proposition ,

j ; bisholS of the Southern MethodistL I I and Its purchase, in view of who hid John Sharp Williams, not to blame", either, It's the legIslaturefor the problem, and advocating in case I of government ownership of railroads .
of failure, to reach a solution oth*>r-1 I and out the instance of
thp Democratic boss to back him- pointed
church the facts not dictated not
this week. Bishop Morrison'f |Jah; by the providing moneyenough.
and that settled It. of eourse-Mr. Apr wise the taking of steps to secure the j state: ownership 'In Georgia as being
f is presiding over the Florida conference best of Judgment. The city has better >!p\ard Is defeated with honor.-Live -Tallahassee Sun. ownership of railroads by the state of'' one that stould prove a warning. He Holly, MistletoeWd

i r In session at Palatka and Bishop use for its funds than the purchaseof Oak Democrat They Both Have* Them Florida. said that he did not think that such a .
Smilax Needle Pines
k Candler is visiting hs son.In-law, Dr. 'I useless real estate. '- Miami and Live Oak bave been having In support of his resolution Mr.1] proposition Mr. Stockton had sub- Magnolia
t Commissioner Blitch. Stockton cited numerous instances: raiiteJ would come with very good
Sledd in Gainesville. a little friendly bout as to their Foliage, Moss, etc. Put
Hot Shot ,For the Senator X A. Blitch, state supervlsor relative merits. : They are both progressive where the railroads have failed for a grace from the board of trade of Jack

;- The case of Albert T. Patrick, the : of convicts, and newly-elected and huUmg towns., but one considerable length 'of time to 'make' sonville, a city for whchthe railroad* up in assortments suitable
f i New York Atlantic Coast Line. road commissioner, who will enter would know that: by the character of deliveries of goods. He pointed out have done so much. He 'declared that
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lawyer convicted of the .
Down in :Marion county last week into the duties of the latter office on the papers each:town supports.-Pen. the conditions existing in all parts of1 i: such a proposition ought to be ridi- for parlor, church, hall .r
murder of Millionaire Rice, after having the Sth of January.. was. In the city sacola Journal.'l'hankg the country, but dwelt more particularly culed and .that it had' no place before church decorations.
t been heard in the New York supreme the grand jury went after the Atlan- yesterday and made us 'a pleasant for the compliment 'which upon the conditions in Florida,! the board of trade He favored the

I court twice and the United tic Coast Line'Railroad in good style.I visit The Blitch"brothers are among also embodies a large truth of general and the increasing demands of the toard making final dispositon! of It, Orders taken and delivery

States supreme court twice has, been I'I The following reference to this cor- Florida's best citizens and are universally -[ application.: It is a fact beyond lumbermen and those engaged in all1]tl and therefore seconded the motion to I
I poratlon! in their general presentments loved and respected wherever question that the enterprise and prosperity lines of business for relief. J lay it on the table, calling! attention to guaranteed when promised.
f' cleared from the dockets. The la"I' they are known: both having faith- of a town and the quality of its The resolutions were seconded by' the fact! that sneh a motion to lay on

-C( >er has decided to accept the commutation -''of expresses the pent up feelings fully served In'the legislature for a I citizenry can ..be measured in nearly Arthur Melgs who in turn cited hisi i the table is, not debatable or subjectto E. M. Pooley,
f- of a long suffering public: number of years. Tallahasseans are grievances against the transportation amendment
sentence and will spend the every Instance by the intelligent out- 601 W. Chaw St. Phone Itt
: remainder of his life in prison. I I Under our oath as grand jurors, iwrticularly pleased that Hon. N. A. sider who has jiever seen that town companies and the delaysTie has exJperienced I: This had no effect however, for the Will call with Catalog en request
I we do not feel that we will have fully Blitch and family. are to live among by the simple process of critically inspecting In securing the placing of', q\uticr.'was debated and a number of

The Brooksvllle Argus man has a j I discharged our duty unless we recall uS.TallahasseeTrue Democrat its newspapers. An up-to- cars and the forwarding of freights. cnendmerts were offered before a

jour honor's attention to what seems date town wtl be' satisfied with To Lay on the Table., I. vote was ,finally taken on the motion.
:: tery poor opinion of tigers and esPecially -I to the business inter- .. : Dr. Robinson looked the the 4000!
us a menace to nothing less than: an uo-to-date paper, Henry upon When the rote was taken motionto 4000 !
; that species of the beast I est of our beloved county, and a dan- and if it is not u-ttHl\te: Its citizen resolutions Mr. Stockton as being! table was lost by a majority of at

;7 whose sense of sight and respect of ger to the lives of our citizens, and in THE SOUTH AND don't read muchj any way, and .they too much of a political nature, for the; least two to one. -

"- the law is lacking. He terms him I these presentments add a vigorous THE PRESIDENCY. i don't care what 'sort of paner gives board of trade to take action 'on them I Then followed motions substitutesand What? Why Records.
,
i the vilest creature on earth" and protest against the manner in whichI '<-. -----. -if their pbotosrraph to the outside world. other than to lay them on the table,I amendments In rapid succession
I I the Atlantic Coast Line Railway Company 4 Jacksomllle Times-Union. -Live Oak Democrat rnrt he made a motion to that effect ; and numerous: statements of grievances .
says that "an ignorant negro as black I Ius ', A. Holt of the opinion that! finally -
is operating within the confinesof P. was against the railroads, until Edsion 35c Columbia 25c.
Erlbus, digging in mire for a livIng ''': Marion county. We are informed * :gRepresentative* *,* *,* Feeling Good. tie resolutions should have consideration a substitv'e offered by Councilman

and sleeping in a shanty onj j[that the conditions here are no worse We are going to rive timely warning ar; moved that they be r 'ft'rredI I Holt to refer the matter to a Victor 35c 60c and $1.00.
,
k. chucks, is more to be respected than than in other counties of Florida, J.F.C Grtegs; of Apalachicola !; of the fact rieht now! "Comlne: to a committee to investigate and report -' special committee of eeven to be appointed -I
I(through which this company runs is quoted by the Washlnsrton events cast their shadows before!" and by the chair prevailed. !
;::. he. The air is made vile by his1 Post as saying that the people of Flor- alreadv President Garner ruled that the You can get any record
trains: It is difficult for us to find we are feeling ROOd: over the
:" breath, and rotteness reeks in the': words that adequately express the Ida are much Interested' in the talk prospects of FUX in the next political question of transncrtatlon is not political loiprcMlve Evidence.
'i of Senator Daniel as'the next demo- and that it is always a auction want at the
campaign. Jacksonville
community where he lives and is tolerated -true conditions of passenger and Flor- The constable U an observant man,
cratic presidential candidate. MrGnegs .
'' idian. that the board of trade can act upon.
facilities of this
: for he transportation corporation. ,
can only thrive the obillerTatlon"had
on and his its reward at
: :
says G: IL: DeSanssure expressed the Clutter Music House.
putridity of a people." Their insolent disregard of human "If the country 'desires to turn Deception 'of'Wild Bird.. op'nlon-- that the' unorerfnted pros- Marlborough street one morning. It

away from Mr. Bryan, it should turn Falcons-hawks, the largest species- prltyof the country is the cause of was the case of a hansom driver who
i The Fort :Myers Breeze asked the life is evidenced by the absolute un- Machines going daily at $1
fitness of the roadbed for the traffic to n southern man for the reason that can compress. their features and look the exlstin conditions in transportation had' run into a ,four :wheeler, and the ,
:. Tallahassee True Democrat to publish I the south has produced a large;;; majoritj as well as in other circles. He constable maintained in the witness
it attempts to handle by the else- very thin If they ,think It necessary to: : week.
.! the assessment of the railroads where discarded engines and passenger of the democratic votes for do so. As to the owls they can hump pointed out that the car shortage existed box that the hansom driver was drunk. per

in Florida for the information of the J coaches, which it thrusts upon the many years and for the further reason into any position they think most suit in all parts of the country and "There 'was a. bit f a dispute," !said
that the south has a man like Do ?
f public, but the True Democrat Instead people of our state and by its Inability Senator Daniel, whose legal "abilitybonecty able. It is useless to look for these that the transportation unable to secure companies from areer.tirrly the the driver," and' the constable admit- you own one

'; of doing so, accused the Breeze to run trains on schedule time. and executive capacity are self preserving traits in any of the manufacturers cars sufficient to ban-' ted as'much. "You was a bit doubtful 1

!: man of being a "new-comer" to th*II I Among its own employees its rust- unqest'oned: In addition he is a family kept in zoological collections, WP the bn lne<5<; that is ofFered. j I, about me bein' drunk, wasn't you I'

state and referred him to the I eaten engines are a matter finds of deris c.\orator.. I- think Florida would for the birds are so accustomed to see John 0 Christopher pointed out that now?" continued" the driver solemnly! Florida and Alabama
comp The traveling
ion. public every rive Mr.' Daniel its vote if he should "I vas, just a bit" said the constable.
large numbers of' people passing and with the same condition existing In.
troller. Now the Fort Myers Breeze i train from two to ten hours late, '
Intimates and then there Is no certainty of heroine a candidate" before the norr.I repassing or standing in front of them a'l parts of the country it would be stolidly untll I'saw yon taking down LAND COMPANYManufacturers'
t that
the .
True Democrat : naUr.m'ention. "
reaching their destination before the that they treat the whole matter with of no advantpee for Florida to own your own nam&er'on your coat sleeve
t- failed to give the information because i scriptural timE of life has run. Their Certainly no man north or such I I perfect indifference. They know that and operate the railroads for it would London Standard. of
:t it does not want to the could be found more worthy of the be Impossible to move a car north of I -
expose estimate cf as nothing the lives of pippldfncy than Senator Daniel, His I, at a certain time their food will be j I i And Dealers In SMI*

railroad assessments or the officer their employees and patrons, 13, in aM'!'iy Is universally'conceded and his brought to them and that they are LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS,DRIED SAP.
tILES
AND
: having these assessments in charge.: our view as truly criminal as is Integrity has never been questiore.tHe otherwise perfectly safe. The rapturesin KtLN

1 The True Democrat man has been homicide in the individual. belongs tothat old school of a wild state have a bloom on their iJ Ask your doctor to name some of .tae-results ot

: calling the comptroller 'I It is intolerable in its treatmentof statesmen who believe in strict adhesion plumage like the bloom on a bunch of A M/0 0're' constipation. His long list vUI begin: 'with sick- ASK FORMAGNOLIA
pet names recently -
the industries along its line, and to the constitution and there grapes which Is not so often seen '4 headache, biliousness dyspepsia, thin blood, bid
i and it can not be supposed where it has'no competition gives was never a time when the nation so when in captivity.A skin. Tben ask him if he would recommendL'
be would try to shield that official If services in furnishing cars and moving -
: I SCI."f'Iynpedpd ag its chief exe.uvea your using Alcr"s PIns for contiouion. Just one
t anything had been done in his office :' freight or not, as it chooses. The his iwin of this school of thought Trmla For Tyler. : pill at bedtime, a few times, that's alL FARM
contrary to law. farmer finds no cars to move Senator Daniel would be a cancH- of a'atl.ve' WI sgr.ti Ws ;sbusa f <<; -
product; the lumberman ties up In- date whom all, democrats could c"inti During Mr. Tyler's Incumbency tr.t1uof&11, o-rcrsno- __ :. MpENlI' Mass.
'
;/ I vestment In skidded lumber with no .tpntly and cheerfully ,support and i tie presidential office! be arranged to -- -

A Useless Purchase empties to move the manufactured make an excursion in some dlrect'oi
,this is a statement that could<< be I II ,
of Real Estate. article; ,the, turpentine operator and I truthfully made of few of our present i ii and sent his son Bob to arrange for a -- CANE SYRUPAlways
lime manufacturer, the wholesale leader the I II special train. It happened that the
i The east, and wo.are sl
In view of the fact that the city grocer and dry goods merchant, the I at war while the south ,stands on the. railroad superintendent ,was a strong \ Catarrh : Cured SEEK NO FURTHER

I. owns! property south of St. Michael's large and small shipper are met" with old democratic ground_ fighting/ for Whig. As such he bad no favors to nD'aI"1ICboOIM YOU HAVE IT
pl.t.
; the same answer, "no cars; "can'tmove on! f.n-ocratlc_ principles. Ilnder snh bestow on the president and informed J icomta.r.........,with.ir-maer $2 HERE
that would be desirablesite
"! CEmEtEry a It" This is no new condition circi nuances! nothing is more natural Bob that his road did not run any Tabl-c4! ac4 Liquid )Cftllc"allo" Pran Remnr.I mr' b lost
I : for the location of city htatlos, cf affairs, but has now reached a cli- than for the country turn to the I Coughs and Ctlcs ''taytrciuTtbe joBka*, : WAS
r, special trains for the president"Whatr Ccmqutred
tne reasoning" that dictated the purchase -! max that calls for an emphatic pro- I south for a nominee en whom all dernorrats prar* A [lie Add Dtstroverr ,
said Bob. "Did not furnish cnraRT '
you \ rims.25 ru
inflicted with so T--6 .
test from. the people I Pure
Ot
or something over three t."o" could unite. ., : l.n. 1J odfde of
: train for the funeralof cJ. Jt
a special
sand dollars worth of property In .1 disreputable an imitation of a rail The war is long past. Th* diy of President Harrison "Yes.** said S... '1 ;;.. RUB IT INijrinErr I :.............f... !IS &ie &mpl. 5:Ir-
bitterness Is endf'd'n the time h i' w. t. before there was a
remote section of the city ,forhi i: road.We do not speak of its despoilingour come for the south to assert her position the superintendent, "and if joull hb'I S : : ssi IE'\1' DRUG co. ,

purpose is, to say the least somewhat peopla 'of their hard-earned live- in the family of states. We believe bring your father in that condition you &! For Ssle by aD Bngsits Pa. "

;. ob>cure. The site selected fcy fu, lihood by outrageous freight rates, tLe whole narion would' lik. to shall have the best train on the roacL" ----- Food Bill. "

: committee having the matter in and our citizens by compelling the see her do thin end, would' support a
payment of interest on millions of southern man Just as cheerfully as if
charge has nothing to recommend it
watered stock; but this Indictment he were a citizen of a northern state.
and the property purchased is, as a before-the people of this lawless corporation *

matter of fact. so located that its use I we .stop when ire have Send in your. orders, now

<, as a site for the-city stables would spoken rf miserable facilities. We
r mtall the greatest inconvenience, especially :JwoJld I that our powers were full and for extra copies of The Journal's You LoQtcPliiiaKjrely OldBecause
could take to better
some steps
-: we bg Christmas Edition
as it Is so far removed from I I the conditions by either changing ,

1. the business portion of the city i the management or stopping the I and they will. be 'set aside i

r It I? possible thathe committee entirely. : "' "- I .
operation for'you.. M
of those ugly, grtzziv. Bray hairs. Use LA CREOL "HAIR RESTORER. Price $1.00 retail. f>

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THE P'ENSACOLA, .
OUIU4LSATURDAV. M.RNING, DECEMBER 16, 1906. PAGE F1VE. / :
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BISHOP CANOlRm [ USED ROUND. THE WORLD CONSPIRED TO COMMIT PEONAGE ... "" ,--r ':--, 3 ;. 1 1!





WORK INTHEEAST Baker's aihocolate f .. 1 1fI Ifiif :!!,

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[ [ and I b -V .*,4" ( M i/; 3Pic able for man or ":_ t'

fh' boy. They are In it ,

I ; i ebony embonoid, 1C It :: s .
tl\\ ...iv % .
.47 g' I Rosewood and Celluloid :: .
Has Recently Returned From I4.t; -i; ; '-e I'* 1t '' .
s-ii-e SSv-'i S.'I lq): r backs, some

Missionary Fields of c Highest I ': 2kt :' ; .fK'tit: trimmed with


the Orient. P-_ Awards I iLk 4" i $),"Cf \ SterlingSflver.Wehave

in ;; ; ? (f them with

Among the distinguished visitors to ? ( ,, ,, 3'c,: : leather cases, just t ,, I

i.amesvllle is Bishop Warren A. 1 _ '
\ Europeand tbethingfortrav-
.randier of Atlanta. Ga, one of the I ___ t
:
,joadiag lights not only of the :Methodist 1'U1\\ ': :;:, : eling. 'L'
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tie UH-!! entire Sun.Episcopal country Bishop church.,Candler says South the and,Gaines-but wife of ? i. : AmericaABSOLUTELY Ii '- i; ? -' ______________________ W. A. D'Memberte ':i ; '

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ad iou, Charles, are 'spending a few :r : _
373 with the former's daughter Mrs .
and .
Andrew Sledd. wife of the president Reilstere4V. 'OSCAR SANDOR. Druggist Apothecary \ ;
PURE -
o: the University of Florida. 5.ri Gcs -V I DR. W. E. GRACE. .1
I j 121 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 109 '
Bishop Candler, who is a man of '
I
healthy, robust physIque. is possessed Made.by a scientific blend- ROBERT GALLAGHER. I .4---- "-. -

.' a most entertaining disposition, ing of the best Cocoa beans I
And speaks of his work and expert Three Employee of The Jackson Lumber Company, Lockhart, Ala., who were yesterday sentenced to pay
nces in the Far East in a most interesting grown in the tropics-the heavy fines and serve =sentences. in th e United States Penitentiary! Atlanta, Ga., They have been released on

manner. Having had charge result of 126 years of successful bond pending an appeal. i AIfl S
of the Methodist missionary fields In
China Japan and Corea he has re- endeavor.'

ently in speaking returned of operations from those In countries.the east, A a_ ... ........e17 ilIifrste4B.ct. JUDGE HELD' i-I- 2I

Bishop Candler: said: a-aa seat'- REPUBLICANSENDORSED N S [ iMPOSESSENTENCESFOR[ THOMPSON T T

Work Progressing Nicely. WALTER BAKER ,& CO. Ltl I t),
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"I am thankful to report that our ,


customs East their work Is endeavor is progressing awake of the to active Western learn nicely.and the Hemisphere.The habits earnest whole and in Established 17SO DORCHESTER, MASS. : [ [ TO HIGHER o O.


The work In Corea Is
simply marvelous. -
the conversions in our branch of C. V. THOMPSON ; :
the church alone y y
having been doubled MCGOURIN PEONAGE COURT .
within the past year, and I am told THE STATIONER
that in tie combined denominations
-
.In Corea the conversions for that period No. 30 South Palafox St. *
will aggregate about 30000. New Style Holiday Papaterles.. Peter S S l. t'' \
"Christian schools are being estab Pan ,and other Novtfty Purses, Crepe (Continued from First Page.) 'Man <
Paper Napkins and Shelf Paper French At the Meeting of the State Young Charged With
\lished all over the East, and it Is not Stag Novelties. Tiny enclosed Booklets. months in .

[fa question is in of accommodating patronage but those the dlffi'culty who-I'!': and Christina Vanity Bill style Folders.Cards.Hand Port Bays Cards, Gent's Booklets.Purse, Committee at Talla- penalty thousand dollars prison and Sandor andfined the same one Embezzlement Was Given ..; ; i : :

desire to avail themselves of a Christian Look over our stock. -iT.Th
education. Liberal contributionsare :I hassee. In sentencing Sandor the' judge Preliminary Hearing.Ernest '
tj'
took occasion to administer a sharp ;: A.
being made by natives. In one.In. I
rebuke to the Hungarian for'.the: part!
'stance to my own knowledge a promi MRS. LOUISE PFEIFFER. .
he played in the treatment of men Full assortment of Christmas Toys at low prices. All kinds of dolls, big and
.nent native contributing $5,000 from THE CYPRESS LUMBER COAPALACHICOLA United States Marshal Th s.:-F. Mo of his own nationality, who were em-!, Clarence Thompson the little ones. Large assortment to select from-also Tea Sets, Express Wagons, to-.
his private account. Many others apply Gourin received the endorsement 'of ployed at the lumber camps. I I young man who was arrested in New etc. Come In and look" at cur" line.PFEIFFER'S .'' I
for BAKERY
admission to these schoolsho
FLA. the republican state committee at the The amount for. the supersedeas Orleans a- few weeks since charged Has been the standard for years. Send In your Christmas orders for Fruit
are willing and anxious to pay bond' of Harlan was, fixed at six with embezzlement, was given a preliminary Cake, Pound Cake Ornamental Cake. We give you the best that good material 1
their own tuition. What we need is Hurohctarers of recent meeting held in Tallahassee, hearing yesterday before I and skill can produce, 211 East Intendencla street
more institutions of and this endorsement thousand dollars and of all the other r'1"O.
learning and as Is consider. the county judge and at the conclusion -
defendants at three thousand dollars
more schools preachers., that in order to provide Cypress Shingles. ed of great weight In seeking- appointment -each: Coonse for the defendants was of the testimony and arguments, I ..............,... ............................... .11;
tore .
we may prope lye he was ordered held for trial in the I II J

t,!iuip ters of and the prepare gospeL more The native old prejudice min-- Wx w. x.S'x'" x IS'18Cypress !". the; friends at the of hands the of marshal the president believe given a until court bill of May stenographer exceptions.The 15 In which. stated to that present -I I t criminal It alleged court.that Thompson embez-I Ii CHRISTMASGIFTS IN JEWELRY AND I CUT GLASS i i '::!:: :

against Christianity are greatly that he has-.again, landed the zled over one thousand dollars from I F Nothing is'more suitable'for'. Christmas sift or more appreciated by "It
sated: and a preacher of the gospel the transcript would cover about 2500 In I 1+ the recipient, than a piece of jewelry or cut glass. My stock wa* selected ;
ray go anywhere in China. Corea and Tanks of all Description plum which he has held'for."a numberof pages and'at this fate the fees In the McDavid-Hyei1 Company whlje ,,0 for the special purpose of affording something suitable for tWs purpose. .' of. ,
Write the for this' item alone will the employ of that firm as book-i 1: Here are Just a few of the offerings: .,
years case
pan and secure" a peaceful hearing. for Catalogue .and: Price List one keeper. He held that position for a I DIAMON00000S. : it: ,
( preached: many places in all of It was stated yesterday that the amount to about eight hundred dol and the fact that he I.: :: Diamond Ring .......$10 to SlgS I Diamond Stick Pins -----$3 to $25 : '
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these countries, and wherever I app -- meeting of the state committee. was lars. I was year arrested more for such an offense I:i 1+ Diamond Brooches ,... ..$9 to WATCHES.$. to *30 O. "'r.
I the natives FurnIshed Bonds. .
i 'ared I was greeted by as good con- to be possessed of a bar- solely to consider Pensacola offices! Required caused much surprise in the city i F I. Ladies' 0 size 23-year() filled Keystone cases .$12.50 'to $20 ."
'esations: and attentive hearers as barous and savage nature but this Is States The required, bond, .was furnishedin I. Solid Gold..14 karet .......,...,..$22 to $35 i. '
and that of United friends during
; ever had in America.A untrue. They ,are heathern nations especially the afternoon.about 4 o'clock, and where hehad made many Solid Cold Diamond set -..*..<.................... *4' ;. "-;. "
Godless Commerce. .I and un-Christian natives but by no n arshal .It was also stated that at the .six men were allowed to returnto his residence. 1 4 Gentlemen's 12 and 16 size watches .. .... $14 to $43 .9.. ." :
a prevQue'meeUn.. the present ineunv CHAINS AND LOCKETS.Solid
The uu-Christian influence; of means savages. They have their lit bent had been endorsed,.but the committee their homes.! With one or'two exceptions i gold 'Neck Chain .,..............$3.50 to $13 .. 1; .
aristendom are unfortunately erature stretching,back for thousandsof those upon whom sentence Solid gold locket ....................$3.75 to (15 .. :
'reading to the East, as well as years. The Chinese nation was a give decided the .matter to hold further another consideration sessionto bad jnst been passed 'were but little HIGH SCHOOL TOPLAY : Diamond Lockets .............CUT.GLASS. .,........$10 to (30 : '!

bristianity. and a Godless commerce well-organized political nation when but it concluded with, the' endorsement worried. Bob. Gallagher was stirring Cut Glass Pitchers. .;i.Ti7ii.i.$4.50 to JM.SO ... i:
\'' pursuit of greed are as energeticthe Caesar Invaded GauL In fact, they for about as usual, withi no sign of uneasiness MOBILE : Cut Glass Bowls .......>.,.,...*..Si25 to $9.90 : .. .1"J
marshal
of the appoint. AT
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preachers of the gospel are just where the Greeks and Romans while Manager Harlan sat Cut Glass Vases .$&2S to $ ta '
menw Cut Glass Nappies .$1.25 to $J "
: ,roughout that land. were when Paul brought Christendom for a time in consultation with Judge > ..' ..... : "
No other endorsements were .made Cut Glass Sugar and Cream Sets $3.25 to $3 0 ..j \ JI'I
'There seems to exist in the West- to Europe. This shows what at the meeting and It was stated that Reeves and laughed upon several oc I 4 213 South Palafox St. i 1
f.n Hemisphere a misconception of the European nations would have lively casions. Several friends of the par- LEAVE THIS MORNING' FOR THAT These are simply a few of the many articles I am offering and all of :! ';
the session exceptionally '
been if was an ties Ifl the court room where my goods are fully guaranteed. If not as represented your mftney back, : '
were
tlie Eastern nations which is as Incorrect Christianity had never been All of those who attended} i / I
one.
brought to them. held pending the signingof PLACE TO PLAY THE MOBILE f
as it is unjust. Many they were '
suppose from Pensacola 'haTe returned to the if.
the bond and'remained with them : W. A. GAHLENBECK r
Have Been Stationary. city, an:! the friends of Marshal JTc- MILITARY INSTITUTE. : : I
--------------- until the bonds had been furnished.An + 218 South Palafox Street. 1 r'I 1
"These him
Eastern Gourln congratulating
yesterday
nations have remained were
GO TOCOE'S stationary for centuries, be- when they heard of his eu: With the Important sentencing Case.of the men Another game of football Is to be :............e..................0..................+: ,.: OJ: ,i'
of dorsemenL I '
the
cause simple I
lacked ChrIstianity:reason They they have have yesterday came the conclusion of one'played today in Mobile between the ..... ....""....................... ..... ...... :, : ] ..:
W. W. Finley Elected. I of the most Important criminal proceedings High School and Mobile Military Institute .
reached as high a .pOint as the unaided Macon. Ga.. Dec. 14.-W. "'W, Fin- ever heard in the district elevens. The local team will
human faculties can attain, and ley was to-day elected president of court. It came to a conclusien in so leave this 'morning for that city and I i I ?
have stopped at-this polnt- One Third of ;
remaining
stationary for the Georgia Southern and Florida far as the local court is concerned the boys expect to make a better! .
centuries; but now, as Railroad to succeed the late Samuel I unless the higher court, to which an showing Jhan in the former game as

.took-Presents.A Store to select your Christmas and Christianity a newt has era begun of progress to advance has, director.A Spencer.. Finley was also chosen a ,:appeal'and will remands be taken;the reverses cases the back decision the the addition team has of been Bell strengthened by I Your Life in Bed it.( ; r.

glance at their show window will dawned with, the rising of Christian I
telp you to select suitable gifts for both :for' another hearing. There are still I! The High School players who will ,
froung and old. light upon them with the increasing .1 other Indictments pending against leave this morning are as follows: A. :
: ft '
Influence of progress, these lands : Since about a third of your life is spent in !
All kinds of toys, games dolls story SAN FRANCISCO PHYSICIAN some of those convicted and sentenced Wilkerson. center: DeSilva right
looks, etc., for the amusement of the lltt and there, I Is 'no limit to the progress under- i : hav the bed comfortable '
'e folks. Uses Herplcld Successfully TreatIng but It is the general guard; Freeman, left guard; Yates! bed, why not ? ; you

Handsome painted leather bound books, they will make. Sycosis of the Beard. standing that these will not be right 'tackle: Rogers, left tackle; R.! : get all! that's good and comfortable in the t 'ii l. '
ranlcure sets cuff and collar boxes Commerce Wili.bi Diverted. He says: "I recently treated a case ,pushed at present. I II I White, right end; W. DWilkerson.. f
handkerchief Christmas boxes, glove, boxes albums. "The Commerce of the future will of sycosis (similar to 'barber's Itch') I Th fI cases originated last AugustIn left end; A. L. White, quarterback; t> bed line'here. ,f '
cards will
etc. make suitable
Jifts. for your friends and relatives. be largely in the East, und the Pacific of the lower lip, with Newbro's Herpicide. the lumber camps of the Jackson Pal u.es,' left half'back; Roberts right i ; \'
Large lot of fire works Just received.CE'S ocean will be'-the area el Its Inter There was an extensive loss of I Lumber Company at Lockhart, Ala., half back; Bell.. full back; Boyett, Iron Beds'$2.50, $4$5, and up to $25. a :t .' .:
national movement rather than the beard with inflammation extending I and 'were'.caused principally by the Overman and Hendricks, substitutes. : Woven Wire and Victor $4.50. : i
<
Spiral :
Atlantic, upon the bosom of which 1 well down on the chin. The result of 'Importation of foreigners to the place Prof. Locker and Prof. Lockhartwill Springs, .

() has floated the bulk of the world's the application of Herpicide was most who became dissatisfied with condi- accompany the team to Mobile. : Felt Mattresses $6.50 to $15. g' : ., -ft
BOOK STORE commerce for the last four hundred gratifying. The loss of beard ceased tions and attempted to leave the ":
years The most profitable commerce and a new growth of hair is now takIng -,camps and go to other poluts.'Stories : Feather Pillows, $2, $3, $3.50 and $5. : : \
Brent Building. Phone 235. as well as the most imPQrtant place over the once inflamed area. lo(: inhuman treatment and the holding -
international' obligations of our own "(Signed.) Melville E. O'Neill. M.D.. of men against their will reached It is SeriousSOME : BUY USEFUL CHRISTMAS GIFTS. : 4 f fr. :

country in, the .near future will be 845. Howard Sti i Pensacola some time before a crowdof 9. i ft.
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with these great Eastern ,nations. "San Francisco, Cal. several foreigners reached here. S. ,
"The The cutting of the Panama canal will Herpicide kills the dandruff germ .When they arrived they went before
Best is What We Sell" accelerate .this great movement and permits the hair to grow abund. the United States commissioner and I MARSTON & QUINA ;J)
.1 ;
which Is already begun, and for this antly.For. made affidavits against several of the PENSACOLA PEOPLE FAIL ,
reason there- is no enterprise as vitalto sale by W A. D'Alemberte; men convicted. They were arrestedand .
our country feipeclally to the : druggist and apothecary. 121 South held at the' preliminary trial, I r TO REALIZE THE SERIOUSNESS : 108x110 S. Palafox SL Phone 149, Pensacola, Fla. : 'f r.f .
KOSHER. South, as the Isthmian canal. It iso Palafox street, or send lOc in stamps ,and when the grand Jury later con I : -:"
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be regretted that our people gen. for.smlDl: to The Herpicide ,cpa P-!vened a number of others were Indicted -I I :.t+.................... o......................... ,
erally fall to realize this fact'and troit, Mich. f Including Manager Harlan. The contant aching of a bad back, -.-- -'__ .- i
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!that issues of less moment take precedent I The outcome of .the: cases_ was I 'The weariness, the tired feeling ;
SAUSAGEfrom I of' the canal in their thought. I watched with Interest tnrougnoui:: The pains and aches of kidney ills 1hi:
the PRESENTSGold
in
i In my judgment- material enter southern states as well as I Are serions-if "neglected. I XMAS -

:prise is of such_ fatreaching Import north. Dangerous urinary troubles follow. .
David :ance to the south as the Panama Christmas Should the manager"and five em-a shows how filled Watches at . . . . $5 and up
Berg & .Co. I their efforts to get A Pe Sacola citizen you J'
in
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it to,be of especial ployees fail :
the best that is made by :canal-and interest to the ought people ef Florida because .reversal at the hands of the higher to avoid them. Gold filled Baby Rings at . . . . 75c and up .j.jSolid : ;; l l"t

anybody. They are always : it will be the means,of,furnishing Delicacies( NowFrom Imprisonment' will'ene in the their federal terms priso of Charles Wilson, living on West Ro- gold Brooches at .,. . .: . . .$2 to $10 ;: t.H'
I a direct trade and speedy communication ;; mana St. brick mason by trade, says: fined Scarf PIns. :
the fresh' both Ga this prison haying Solid gold and gQ.ld 3 .
same:- : with astem ports at Atlanta. "I procured Doan's. Kidney Pills and .
and im now until December, specified by. the court in All kinds of repafr work done. j I .
and wholesome. We in the matter of-- -exports-- Christmas things to .been used them for a lame back and sharp ,I.
25th
guarantee them to give '.ports. Trade. Must Incr.I .....- eat and'drtnk will good be uppermostin ..1/sentence.- : PROGRESS____BEING____ twinges"of pain which passed throughme J. E. CLEMENTS > t ,1
I I GOOD when I stooped or made any quick
perfect satisfaction. Just "The trade' of these nations with the thoughts of most people MADE IN WORK ON SMACKS sudden movement. I was surprised atj I Depot Loan Office. '-, "' t
the progress of spirituality among We have all the materials for I '
received another .
ship- 106 East St.
Wright -
them must increase.. It has been the Christmas cake and Christmas Good progresses being made by the quickness with which I was re- Phone 1127. j<

ment ; also some more of said that the greatest want of one : Capt. McKown who has the contract lleved ")Ir$.. '"VV'llson also suffered<:: -- ""--- 'f ,.
these nations Is-s want'but with 'dinnei-Henry Clay Flour, schooners Clara ...... ';
that I of : ..toJioat. the fishing from her.back: and kidneys. She; -
the coming.Qr.ChristIanity"$this vision Raisins Nuts" of "all---kinds; Maud Spurting and 1. _,
RV Harwood.
could hardly turn in bed and suffered j
BEEF FAT widened their, and their wants are multi- Citron, etc.Dodson Carrie B. Welles In getting All three those of vessels the- from a dull aching In. her loins.]'I Heath & Milligan's 'Railway I '; ,"!t
plied and productive powers are water.
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Brawn's: preserves.. _. :to ]
Increased. While missionary work is driven far 'ashore by Just "before" taking Doan's Kidney
were White Lead
smacks :
5-lb buckets . 75c not a commercial enterprise nor Is It 'and pickles. All kinds fresh the storm one being in the baseball I Pills she was completely laid up. After .I ;
undertaken from selfish motives it 'vegetables. and others in the yards of resiIdeafcCalong taking them, all symptoms of kid- '
3-lb buckets . ..45cRosenau&Gerelds nevertheless promotes International park the bay shore. ney trouble-left"her and up to date!! We have the agency for this popular and : i ..
trade and commercial'prosperity. If I have now been moved there has been no recurrence. I]I : '
AH of them supenor White Lead. It excels in durabil- --: ;
he populous Chinese 'nation were I I' edge' of'the water, and the strongly urge Pensacola people to use I .,;f.,
lifted to the level of a Christian civiliatioa !to arsrHarwood the will soon-be-afloat if Doan's Kidney Pills if they suffer from! ity; whiteness and covering capacity. Eight : trJceri

to-day It --would- .use. three Sol Cahn &, Co: I the Wk proceeds at Its present rater their back or kidneys." j!I per pound.Saunders tI
times as much.American Jetton as it j For sale by all dealers. Price 60cenU <;

now uses, and the:price of the staple I :Thfur. FgedStor 1 -? Goodbys.--- -Foster Jlilbura Co. Buffalo. "
THE FANCY GROCERS,' would be proportionately SanUmcst Corner 1llfn l ud lnttod'.cli. My scrap book's gone. -::t. .New York, sole agents for the United Mill Company, -

[ 116 SOUTH .,PAUFQX ST. In>rib: the'.East.matter, our'dutT of ths: andour. enbanced.1 'Phon..Jll :'know_ Jly copyi: youTl; short agree; >:,-i'; ..*.1" I I States.Remember the. pameDoan'sandtake Phone 717. 21 Cast Carte's S1"31J!. ,] ,

Phone 391 J coincide.?** -- -.. This.111--'11 Sorts." no other' : .K' ik = J .t\ .

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SATURDAY MORNING'
THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL

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|:* OFFERED IN :BY REAL, ESTATE |i'l For SSlll CelebVate I Now is the i I An Abstractfrei$225: I




;!" I HOOTON & WATSON 11 or Lease Christmas I TimettoBuy t, -' $25 Cash, $10 per :


.1 With These Lots irteie$1 i

F't t THE RENTAL AGENTS, \ I 1906 "': .- i :

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t f: t $ 950-One-story dwelling on West Government $ 'SIX-ROOM DWELLING. CORNER The prosperity of this countrywas :: 4.

: Reus. JACKSON AND GUILLEMARD. HAS By Buying, ne'er.as great as it Is now. .. .
street, near $ I The splendid conditions in every : I have 40 lots between 9th 10th and llth 'streets and between *

? $1575-Fine cottage on corner lot, convenient to L. f BATH, GAS, ELECTRIC LIGHTS, ,4 -:"' real line.estate agricultural are marvelous.In industrials. and 18th and 19th avenues;; two blocks from the East Hill car line On:, :

SEWER CONNECTION. LOT 45x125 i representing investments do block from the bayotu. J offer this property at $%25.00 per lot, $2&.o: .
: & N. R. R. shops. t FEET. $2500 WILL BUY PART CASH, a H ffle. not lose sight of the fact that the : down ani the balance at 510.60 per month.: .'I will CHARGE NO JTBR \ *

| $21 -New and comfortable cottage, with two lots 1 TERMS ON ,BALANCE. WILL LEASE only these way days to is amass making a fortune in 4, !'STD NO TAXES AMD WILL FURNISH AN ABSTRACT t
earn
; East Garden Street.. t ONE YEAR AT $25 PER MONTH. more money; by buying money:stxxks WITH PACK LOT FREE OF COST. This is' the cheapest property *
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on bonds or real estate at a price thatis ever offered on these terms In, the:.City: of Pensacola. J

$ $2650-A nice one-story dwelling with 7 rooms, : You it. We certain to advance.It *
: very can do is thus, that wise investment You.can.t buy Lots for,Cash ,in this locality any cheaper. We of

$: East Gadsden, near Alcaniz. 1t can show you how a Is the most direct road to wealth" ; fer them ca terms that you can't. afford to miss. These terms pm *

E' : $3350-6-room dwelling on DeVillier Street, near t small down .' you in the same position as If :you. .were buying' nearly two year J
LESLIE E. BROOKS payment : from now at prices asked for; now. .

f :: Garden. : and a l little a month, $2750-We a have most Just up-to-date had listed little withus More fortunes are made in Real Estate than in anything else *

: $9500 Two-story brick building, with lot fronting ti home on East Hill. Desirable ., You may lay the foundation of your fortune by investing a few *
Real Estate like does the .
just rent, section south front.. Lot 120- dollars in these lots at this time. 4
: both Zarragossa and Main Sts. Splendid business : work. See X132. House has every convenience ; .
t and Insurance. us today.McDAVIDDYER: and was built for a .J I believe at a conservative estimate that these lots will increase J

t location. home. .' In value 40 per cent. by the time'they are paid for on these terms. :

i i- : $1C500 Two-story brick building on Zarragossa St., Phone 462. 112 S. Palafox. :. 4I

L % near Palafox. A bargain. $2750-Another choice little home on I I Real Estate and 1
: - East Jackson street-new anda : I LESLIE F, RRRnif,9 Insurance

t, | CITY MAPS. .tc CO. very; choice location. : i UnUUlYO Phone 462 112 S. Palafox! St. :


t:, Have you a new City Map? We have Just received a new supply, which i Ag-nti New York t $4250 Close in. 1roomstor,. residence t................ ... ... ................ ......:
; : has been carefully revised to date, conforming to all changes made. Send THE BEST YET! '- -
C Z.OO for Mounted Copy, or 50c for ,Pocket Edition. desirable locality largelot.
Life
t Insurance Company. House leased to September --
; $ Correspondence Solicited. i I 1907. All conveniencesand
100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST.,
nice place. FOR SALE DIRECTORY
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We have for sale lots In block 101. East -- '
King Tract at $100 each. $5 down and $3 $3000-New 6.room, 2-story modern PROFESSIONAL.
I" HELP WANTED. WANTED. per month. No interest and no taxes ( dwelling on East Jackson .
untIl paid for street. -

; "ANTED-Handy machinist to do gene WANTED-Partner in mlU business. $700. W. B. BARTON
We have nice comfortable house ,
: e". hammer and chisel work. Apply Must have "iperience and three or four a on ..
iI .\" 'k; Bros' Lumber Company, Ayeoek.Fhrila. thousand dollars capital. Address Part-- North Coyle street, that we can sell for buys a four-room cottage with summer! Attorney At Law.
Takes No. 803
$1400 East
$1100( Belmont
14dec3t ner," Care JournaL 14declt on easy payments.We kitchen on East Gregory- Rents for $8.50
Offices-Fisher
:. street, a comfortable and reasonably month A bargain for. a borne or an Building P '. iv I'tn-' ..,
: Warrins- have a nice six-room cottage with priced house. 4 rooms investment per .. Will practice in all the ,,1\" iUA l'nt" 1
at
CARPENTERS WANTED WANTED-A lady of good reputation tokt'ep .
large lot. on East Hill on car line and and halL Stone walk in front. States Courts. Twentj-tiux "an' .,.
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and payment every ... .i '
house Good *
: t..n; good wages and care for children. hard t perieace.
that
near road we can sell for -
Saturday afternoon.. For further Infor. wages and permanent place to right per- .fOJr.S@llte
$3000. This is one of the ,best bargains $2100. \
Ination apply at Sylvester Campbellsstore son. Apply to or address W. A. Nors- offered here recently. Will agree to car- ; ;
Warnngton. 12dec worthy No. 1403 North Davis. lldeclw : T.G.YATESM.I
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ry a mortgage for large amount of pur- gets a pretty slx.roomn.new and modern ,

:, WANTED-Manager for branch,office we chase price at 8 per cent. tt- LS.BROWN6CO.REAL home on East Cervantes, near car line. Optician.
Address THE PUBLIC to know that the B. H.
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Pensacola.
wish to locate here in
One hundred and fifty by three hundred
: with references. The Morris Fairchild Co., is now prepared to reno- feet on Little Bayou with two cottages $3200.buys 306 Thiesen Building.
Wholesale House. Cincinnati. Ohio. rate all kind of mattresses pillows and for ESTATE, LOANS AND
renting $11 per month, $uoo: Twenty years' experience
as
Eye
lldeclm bolsters, in first-class style and at lowest an
; $3000-For ModTrn New 2-story 6 rooms
a'new t'ostory'E'ight.room house Specialist. Examination
INSURANCE. free.
prices. Ring up phone 43*. write P. Ten lots on public square near the and two halls, house on East Jackson -I modern conveniences on corner .lot near -
TYPEWRITER OPERATOR WANTED O. box 483 or call 13 East Garden street Stoddard property very cheap at $850. street. in very,desirable neigh car line near in. on East.HilL vyya OOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOo6I
to take dictation from office grapho- upstairs. 9declm borhood. I Phone 91S Thiesen BId!. A deed to this home will be a Christmas
t phoiuNo knowledge of stenography : present never to be Jorgotten i L. PHILLIPS Ph. M.
; nee ' appN Densmore machine ut::>ed- Apply : Legal work preferred. Can street, between Blount & Lee
, in ,p r&ou at once to The Clutter :Music furnish good references. Address E. L. streets. Homeopathic.PHYSICIAN .

;r; 1WulIe. 1)dec J.. Box %;8. 4dec2w D. HALE WILSON & CO. FOR SALE.FOR I Office and Residence and, SURGEON.12 N. Palafox. ell

1 WANTED-\flddle colored woman C. IROYAIEUIB1I
SALE-Come quick If want HoursItolla.m..lto5p.m.
. to do cooking and good laundress. Good LETTERS you .
do the trtcK. They are the
30 S. PALAFOX STREET them. Two cheap horses two good
i L wa;;es.: .Apply at once to Go!. W. F. Stew- best trade-getters. They get to the Phone 65OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCj.
and
high-class saddle horse is
ones one
Money to loan at lowest market rate I
art. K. Barranc&. 4la. business man's heart and not the waste 200 Thiesen Building. ? !
!I.H of interest.. all I have left of the car load I got last
basket. The Mayes Printing Co. havea PHONE 234 :Monday. I also, have two secondhandtop
,t''ANTEDWhlt.. woman to do light new process that makes typewritten Mortgage on real estate in this'city buggies in good condition for sale Phone 686. Frederick Ausfeld. F. M, Blount
t housework. Apply at No. 12 East In- letters cheaply and perfectly. Phoae 181 bought and sold. cheap. T. E. Welles. ISdectf AUSFIELD & BLOUNT
" tendencia St. '9declw will ariruf a representative. 21 West All of the Mannt.Tract west of "C*

Government street. Idee street now:for sale. FOR SALE-Just received, fresh flashlights : Architects
{ WAITED good cook. Apply to 701vti HOTELS.LOCKHART .. poi
, >- Palafox street. 9dec and launch batteries. Phone SALE.FOR 312.314 Brent Bid3-, 43 Moses B'dj! .
J WANTED TO RENT-A large house 245. E. 'W. Peake, New ,Star Laundry Pensacola, Fla. Montgomery Ala.
J WANTED-Competent housekeeper for close in. Will lease it if terms are de- HOTEL ; ?: building
4, small hotel who can do pastry cooking. eirable. Address Mrs. A. M., Care JournaL Lockhart Ala., ., ..'r f" SALE- Good size mule, 5 years WM. A. BORMANS
J Must give references Apply at on"'e, X. 27cov new management Bath and newly all renovated, FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-Half block old. Qualities are the best. No whipping ,
'c X. x.. Box 136, DeFuniak Springs Fla. nice .rooms. attention to accommodations. in New City near Bay View park; will necessary. Lady or child can man- Architect Superintendent
Special traveling
men. Real J. W. '708 E.
Sdeclw Fisher Estate Agency exchange for cottage or sell cheap if age. Apply to Senterfitt
Special rates to weekly boarders. -
WANTED-Some one of means who willcare J. Cervantes St. 14declw Office-305: Brent Building.
taken at once. Mrs. R. Owsley 1C08:: K.
A-\'TED-An experienced Grocery clerk, for and educate brint boy, 14 Rodgers, Prop. 28nov Strong. Zlnovlm I Phone 823. Pensacola Fla,
i l good salary to one willing to work. Ad- years old. Apply Pearl Eagan Home or COLLECTION OF RENTS A FOR SALE OR RENT-One of finest
dres P. O. Box 374 9dec Mrs. Win. Fisher, President. ISnov BROWN HOUSE-DeFunlafc SJ>!ings. .. farms In West Florida, 2%'miles from
Good beds. airy rooms, elegant meals, FOR SALE-One second-hand heater. 1 Chipley.( 140 acres in cultivation,' fine
COLORED HELP-We furnish cooks, WANT27D-AD kinds beer bottles. I pay free bath and sample rooms. Special SPECIALTY. wooden bedstead 1 sewing machine. 1 buildings. Cash rent $1,SO, per acre. L. SECRET SOCIETIES.PENSACOLA .
maids nurses. waiters butlers porters 15c dtzen. I banal all leading brandsof attention to J. traveling R. Brown men. Rates $2.00 Phone 87. -- 206 S; Palafox St. woven wire cot. Cheap for cash. Address C., Rldenour. Chipley, Pta, 14dec2w
day. Prop.
drivers, etc.. on short notice. We good help and also good position for manufacture that well-established coi gh HOTEL SOUTHERN Open an # a.. : FOR SALE $2500 cash for Remington Penaacola Lodge No. 3, K. of P.
: those who want them. Southern Employment medicine. Joe Roth, corner Tarragtna American and European the. .. : .1.\ CONKET'S celebrated Roup Cure, Cholera Typewriter in first-class have writing order; meets every Monday evening at 7:30
year. plan.Special for selling. for
no use
same
Bureau. 51 b S. Broad Rt. Atlanta and Government Sts. lloct reason their Castle 1Ir.:1o..er :
o'clock at temporary
summer rates. 'First-class in cure, lice and mite klFer as well here. Address "B," Care Journal .
Ga. Weclw every respect. Pleasant and conven- as an unexcelled Egg Prolucer. All 21novlm Pou s stable, West Intendencia bt.
ient. Mrs. T. L. Bowen. Prop.. Pensa- guaranteed. and a splendid grade of Visiting brethren cordially. welcomed.
W.A1I."TED-Housemaic wnite or colored will make E. H. DENNARD. C C.
TAILORING T Diamond. Tailor. cola. Fla. ISapr wheat that your fowls lay. F.
live on premises. Apply 613 North Gent clothing cleaned pressed and repaired S. Mellen & Co., Pensacola Fla. Phone FOR SALE-A fine tract of land near H. KORSLER. K. of R. &. S.
afoL 6dec on short notice. NO. 11% West BAT HOTEL-Open night and day. European 331. !nov city Part heavily timbered; part I --
Government St. Pensacola. Fla. plan. Rooms light and clean. cleared. Call phone 283; or address 1102 DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA.
WANTED-Four boys whh wheels for Transient trade solicited. S73-ST9: South Some FOR SALE-At a bargain 'a barber's East Gad den. ISnovlmLANARK Naomi Lodge. No. 10. Daughter of
office work. Salary $ll* per month. Apply WANTED-A. R. Palafox. Jos. S. Nlcolaiv,Proa. Very outfit good as new; one first-class Rebecca meets every Monday night at
Blngham wants
W. Care Journal. Xocc your S o'clock in L O. 0. F. halL Visiting
barber chair; one:dozen excellent razors,
moving and hauling. Ho guarantees .
sisters cordially Invited to be present.
brushes and combsv Address .
3.IL
all breakage. Phone 630. mugs ;
Snead&. FJa. MRS.' J. T. PULLIAM. N. G.
Des rable HomesFor Armstrong, 6declm
MRS. HATTIE NEVILLE. fc>*C.
MONEY TO LOAM. FOR SALE.FOR
A.\'TED-The MerctAnts Transfer Co. .
In 8-room
FOR SALE-Bargain
cottageat
wants your m:!vii; and hauling. All RATHBONE LODGE NO. 30.
Cottage Hill Fla. Terms to suit. One
PEBLEY-Money to loan. breakage guaranteed T. B. Thors. Rathbone Lodge No. 30. Knights of
THOS Upstairs
SALE 80 Sane fruit flowers and garden. Address On the Gulf of Mexico.
corner Paltiox! and Roman Sts. Proprieto" Phono 978. acres good farming land acre Pythias meets every Thursday night at
about 1 miles of BeaU. Edeclw
SdecVNUMITE' city limits. Containsan Egbert Castle Hall. Members of sister lodges
Al'ot'TED-AU kinds of electrical excellent stream and fish pond. :A brethren cordially InviteJ
work.I and visiting
Hunting fishing season now on. and
bargain. Apply J. H. Kohler Saun- FOR SALE-House and lot at 1013 East
care ,
sell all kinds of electrical M
amount money to loan on batteries Oyster beds within easy reach. to attend. J. ROPER C. c-
ders Mill Co. 15dec lW, .Jackson street, $1600 Apply to G.
A.
all klndr personal property. on short and other electrical supplies. When you J a J. LEVET. K R. i S.
notice. TC-w easy. Get my rates before need me ring Its cr 9*&. E. W. Peake On WesGadsden street, south fronton Dohlstrom, 1013 East Jackson street or. Offers exceptional advantages as a
going elstrfhere. Star Loan Co. 116% New Star Laundry Bldg. E. Garden. FOR SALE-Thoroughly good piano and car line a two-story. 8-room m.::3ern 818 South Palafox. 27novlm place to spend part of the winter months. M. E. B. A. No. $1. meets first sad
almost Piano
South Pa-fox. 4novlm new Apollo player with home house In splendid condition recent third Wednesday evenings at 7:20 p. m.
about fifty pieces of select music for overhauled and FOR SALE CHEAP-Second-hand bug.
ly
throughout painted: Rafford Hall No. 10, West Intenden
WANTED Second-band sacks of an
$:OOO.Of* to>> loan on good security. Pensa -wanted. If out of town. ship descriptions sale cheap to quick purchaser Address gas city water, bath, large deep lot, best I gies and wagons.. If you want a bargain LANARK INN. street. A. O FELL. Pres.J. .
cola investment Company. F. E. Mariner. Bohemia. Fla. 12dec neighborhood In :1ty-$5000.oo. In a second-hand vehicle of any description L. SWEENEY. Secy. .
30octMOIOT If in
them to town '
us; ring us up at No. call or write W. E. Taylor, Chip- Under new .management, modern and

; LOANED on real estate and 334.Chase or and bring Alcaniz them Sts.to us F.at S. corner Mellen of& COW AND CALF FOR SALE&-8 'Jersey On West Jackson street the most mod ley. Fla.t 23novlm well kept; will afford special attention to PENSACOLA LODGE NO.' 4. I. O. O F
personAl property on short DOUCe.S Co. ZSjury ; 3-8 Holstein; 6 years old; giving em up-to-date little cottage in the city. hunting and fishing parties. Pensacola Lodge. No. 4. L O. O: F
'ern.a e**:y. J. W. Bullard. 23% South 2 gailons. Address Box 371 or can at bath gas, electricity 7 rooms, cabinet FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost sew Mehlen meets every Thursday evening at 7S eat
ftWo* gt. Phone 1144.itN 1312 East Ninth street. lldeclw mantles, folding doors between dining )i I I & Sons' piano in handsome rosewood Reached by the Georgia. Florida & the new haU on Belmont and Ba>';c:,
room and library, butlers pantry large case. A bargain. Piano ;an be Been Alabama Railway. Convenient schedules. streets. Visiting brethren cordially in.
: LEND YOUR MONET at eight MISCELLANEOUS.MATTRESS front gallery. House beautifully finishedon by calling at the Kandy Kltcuen. :Oct. Tourist rates now In effect. vited. B. R- RWITKOVSKT. N. G
FOR SALE MONDAY car load of Ten-
Secret ,
cent. If have A. KERLE. *ry
you any that -
eel
inside. yard laid off beautiful
you nicely
nessee horses and mules. This stock FOR SALE and immediate
delivery,
-.aot' interest on, see me about it. ItrUl .flowers, stables, large lot best neighbor one Fer hotel accommodations write LAN

was bought low and must be sold at automatic tandem compound center w.o.'w.
bk absolutely safe on real estate : AND FUIU.-rrURE-ilat once as we have no stable room. Applyto hood In city This is a cheap place for crank steam engine of about ISO horse- ARK INN. Lanark. Fla. No. W. O w
. security. Leslie E. Brooks. Phone 462. I tresses made to order and also renevated I Live Oak Camp 1.
I 1 new ticks furnished New and Pen& cola Stables or T. E. Welles.' 9dtf the money$4Th0.OO.5room ) power, and two return tubular boilers, 7Z I meets In Pythian hall the 1st and r.'
MONET TO LOAN Everybody borrows second-hand furniture, modern or antique I inches diameter by 16 feet long. For full For schedules, railroad rates etc, writeJ. Wednesdays' in each month. \is'!::r*;
money from Jno. A. Hall & Co.. 14>* bought and sold. Davis Manufacturing cottage and "nail, bath and particulars apply Stone & Webster Eng. H. MeWILLIAMS tivereigns cordially Invited.
. 1:. Government St. When In need calla Co.. Hi East Belmont street.- DECORATIVE EVERGREENS W. shower bath, hot and cold water, cabinet Corporation pox 830, Pensacola. llnov Gen. Pass. Rgent F. A. BOGIHCH c. c.LESLIE .
us. Phone 771., Smilax, needle pins, holly, mistletoe mantles modern throughout occupying C. BP.ooKS. Clerk.
t .. 24nov window wreaths and other Christmas a % block of ground on, East Hill block I FOR SALE-One fine wall Case 25 feet Bainbrldge Ga.EVENSVILLE ___
fl\"EY LOANED on an kinds of personal decorations. Miss Annie Jordan 115 from car line good neighborhood-$3000. long 8 feet high with ribbon case 10 The celebrated Frencn drip coff-".
property on short notice Termseasy. MISS LEILA REESE has fresh cut flow North Spring street. Phone 1535. 4dec2w feet long separate. Will make fine display Jackson Square. No }>remloms Suid
J. B. Gray & Co. 3 W. Romana. ers on hand. Orders taken for special :Modern 5-room cottage reception hall case for any kind of merchandise.
;, leone 1165. Ifeb occasions. Phone 282. ISnovlm large front gallery, on corner lot 50x137%, Apply to E. L. Reese 17 North Palafox. & strictly on Its merits. Ask for it at
SALE 200-arpent country place 7
FOR two blocks from car, line on East Hill, 20novlm your erocers.
:
UNLIMITED amount of money to loan WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP-We miles from Pensacola. short mile west :
wtb
lot off
house nicely laid pretty .
.,a all kinds of personal! property. SPA.rUJ are now in cur new Quarters. 214 E. of Olive station and postofflce. known as new. SHIP CHANDLERS-McKlozfe Oirtlng
flowers large stables fronts south. It No. 6. I. 0. O. F
Joppa Ledge
entrance also at 215 old Jackson 30 !
Intendencia. Romanaand house road.
; rates to business men on large 7-mile on acres & Co. wholesale and retaU ship trand- '
is cheap at $2450 00. TERRE HAUTE Joppa Lodge No. 6. L O O F. mee'S
,: 1'-ns.: The New York Loan Co., 204141uth prepared to do everything in wagon fenced and cross-fenced, with woven wire lers and grocers. Only first-class AOUM oclo'k at
Palatox.f and carnage building ity.repa1rin4oc fence. balance partly cleared partly fine of kind In city. Fair prices to all. every Tuesday evening at 7.30 ;
: L. Heiring. Phone 923; timber. Fine oaks. pear chestnut and Rafford Hall Corner Baylen and BelmWr'Sts.
trees. Stream running 10000 RAILROADTHE Visiting brethren cordially invited
other through; FOR SALE- acres round timberland
.
MATTRESSES RENOVATED New tick many springs on place: also horse. buggy, 1X600 saw mill timber and saw C. L. SMITH N O
BOARD AND ROOMS. furnished If desired. Guaranteed. Carpet harness, wagon and farming tools 31- mill. 32-room hotel at a bargain. Several DIRECT LINE TO C. L. WILKINS Secretary
taken up and matting laid. Leave room houses. 50-foot stable with two J. W. Bullock Jr.Real good farms and town properties.
Fl:R RKNT-Large nioely furnished room orders at Watson Parker Reese Co's. rooms: 1 25-foot barn and other out. Write Gentry & Setterlind. Chipley, Fla.
with board; privilege of bath and tele- Wesley Duncan.' IseptMILTON houses. Suitable for sanitarium. country SSsept CHICAGOand and
I.)One service. Apply 415 Vest Gregory club. factory, brewery or stock farming. Estate and Mortgage Loans Pensacola. St. Andrews
tteet or telephone No. Sfia. 14nlwk UPHOLSTEftINO SHOP-Willie Reason for selling owner has no one to PANAMA CANAL EDITION .. IRma Proprietor. Furniture repairing manage place. Great bargain as investment Journal magnificently illustrated all points in the Gulf Steamship Co.
FOR RENT-Rooms for rent with privilege of an kinds carpets laid furniture or for one looking for good farming Room 302 Brent Building. magazine containing scores of views of STEAMER TARPON
I' of ligtt housekeep'ng. Phone and packed for shl pm_. Phone 63. land. For particulars address E. W. the city and harbor. For safe ',t all North and Northwest. W. 0." BARROW Master.
Bath. Apply 900 East Jackson St. 9dec Next to Tampa landing. 22april Peake. Pensacola. Fla. New Laundry Phone 637 book stores or at The Journal office. By FIRST-CLASS PASSEVGER AND
: building East Chase street. Idee mall 20 cents. Hseit FREIGHT SERVICE.
.: BOOMS TO RENT-Best In city. ?lrs. M. IL ALFMAN-Tin. Copper and Sheet -Bf'twef'Tl-
B. Preston, 128H East Government St. Iron Worker cornice work and skylights PENSACOLA. MOBILE, APALACH-
7 Sdec I a specialty; roofing, guttering and Low Round- LA. CARRABELUE.! ST. AN
repairing, 109 East Government opera Exceptionally
.
f board.BOOMS-1202 Nicely to East car furnished line Gadsden with, upstairs street.or without, convenient -JI JIt I I phone house 1316 building.. Phone S60. Residence WRITE YOUR WANT AD HERE. Trip Rates to all Summer And all rabeli point DREWS.on and St.MiL Aoalachlcola.SCHEDULE.Andrews'tILLE.. Bay. Car-


Sdcclm J. H. PORTER. saUmaker. 71J South Tourist Points. Leaves Pensacola Sunday, (30 p. m.

Nicely furniflied rooms.- suitable for awnings Palafox, camp street. stools Orders and taken'house for tents.cots, Send it to The Journal office day or'night. When you need help, have anythingto for Mobile Pensacola Ala.Leave Tuesday. 8:30 P m.

light housekeeping block and half from etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan for St. Andrews.. Millville. Apalachlcola.
f Palafox. Apply between 12.30 and 1:30 sell rent exchange, or wish to purchase anything, try 'a 'want ad. They do the Carrabelle and Intermediate point
C 00 219 East Government Hillman 8, L.
i p. m., cr after ; p. m.. O. H. Rogers, For additional Information apply to

street. 6dec2* LOST. work. G. P. &. T. A. .. General Agent, J. R. SAUNDERS
v E .R. COBB. President
t NICELY FURNISHED: ROOMS for rent. Evansville. Indo Nashville Tenn General Frt. and Pa *. Agt. P."-
with or without board. Table board. LOST-A liver-colored 7-month's-old acola.. Fla.maftencia .
Phone. gas and bath. No. 3 Palafox pointer puppy. with white feet" and .
27nov white breast. Cor. 13th ave. and 14th SIX ORDINARY 'WORDS IKE. .ONE. LINE.

street. J. H. Kohler. ISdec 1w5 ,_ Legal Advertisements._ and Zarragossa etreeK

; ROOMS suitable-Two for light furnished housekeeping.front rooms Use LOST-A solid badge. Engraved on back (northwest corner). said building hoe1 WI.' *<

of phone and bath. Apply 832 East "G. J. Ungerer." Liberal reward for return In Escambia County Circuit Conrt, completed to be used as a according truck to
Gadsden. or Phone 89?. Sanov Journal office. 12declw State of Florida-In Chancery-James E for the City of Pensacola. Ls
by
,, !I Harvey vs. -Lizzie Harvey-Divorce. On plan and specifications prepared Pensaco'a.:
Lon "lSHED ROOMS for rest at 212 Monday, the seventh A. mar & Fnlghum. Architects
on
1 alllJ Florida. Plans and specifications are
W, est Gregory street. ICnovlm I D. 1907. the defendant Harveyj is offlt
FOR required to to the bill file and can be seen at either the
RENT. appear filed
FOR REXT-Pln..ant furnished, room.southern !! her herein. Thie' order to b. published against of the architects or at the office of tt"f'
exposure, second floor. Corner : ,,: ;'. once each week for four consecutive Board of Public Works. The Board ..
10th avenue and 12tU street near East FOR RE.\"T-Four.room house and kit t .. ... -i weeks in The Pensacola Journal a newspaper Public Works reserves the right to r,
t
Hill oar line.: llnov chen at Big Bayou. Apply to Peter F.Strother. .:: T. a published. In said Escambia County. Ject any and all bids IJde
Little Bayou. 9declw A,:M. McMillan. Clerk.Circuit Court. By
-- C. G. }Mansfield D. C. Pensaeola.. Fla. Send in orders now
FOR RE.\"T-Two nice double stores on t" Nov. %3. 130*. nov24oaw4w your

FOR ADOPTION. I Ii I fox East and Intendencia Tarragona street Inquire between at the Fisher Pala- I BIDS WANTED. for extra copies of The Jour-

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Real Estate Agency. %!nov
I Christmas Edition
WFOR ADOPTIOX-one orphan boy. 7 Sealed proposals will be received unto nal's big

t 4 :years old Will be given for adoption FOR RSNT-A. R. Bingham has storage 'fates-The rite on a want ad filling the above space is'25 cents first insertion 5:30 o'clock p. m...Dec. 20. 1906 at the and they will be set. aside
.i tto responsible parties. For particulars I room for rent suitable for funJtura : office of the Board of Public Works. Pen

rt apply Pearl Eagan Home or Mrs. \\'m.Fisher. or other goods. 104 and 106 South Tar- land 5 cents day for-each additional consecutive -insertion. Send cash with the ad sacola, Florida for:the. remodaUnff the for .
President. ISnov rscoi xtreet. Phone C39. a building now *"" *- 0.-. you. -



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THE-PEN8ACOL-A' JO. UfrNAL. ..8A-TURDAY '
:. MORNING, DECEMBER 15, 1906. PAGE 8EY1L'
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.ol l JOg" ..scientificuaranto .-, -, -- i _"..: -, .. :i ,.11: : I

IT LIFTS YOU ABOVETTHE CARES OF UFE RECENTCH NG GES S SIN whiskey 'SHIPPING NEWS ',,, :,i




Hornsund.Arrived Ger-ss,.Yesterday.Behrens- 1609 Hamburg U I : t .1.1a

1 THE U. S S.5.N to master.Cleared Yesterday. a 1

Cayo Ingo Br J"* 2l", for Harm
with 10. 6ij
square bales cotton.
Margherita. Aust es, Ivancich. %2070 for PUBLICaf4 i
Oran and Barcelona with 225.000 s ft
lumber, 1,674 bbls rosinAlfredo f"I I
R N NAVY Uruguayan bk, Uarragas. 987, > .,t
for Barcelona, with 710 881 s ft lumber "
1 C. \Vhidden.. Br bktn, Morrison. 349. ; .
for Port of Spain with 314,000 s ft !um- .: ,

ber.Humberto, Span bk. Battle, 1111 for : 'If
Rio Janeiro with SS7.000 n ft lumber. '
Orders Issued by the Depart- Sailed Yesterday.
Ida Span ss, for Liverpool.

t"It's ment. to Officers in VESSELS. Stoamsl1ps.Alfred IN PORT.:. SALE : :1


the Service. keep the medicine St. Vincent.Menzele to H.,Ger Baars as. Jorgenaen& Co. 1288 :

chest sitpphed+ with Old Cayo Largo, Br ss, Davey, J223, Tarn- 1 i i
pica to Gulf Transit Co. .; l
Up Joe a fine old vhkkey.guaranteed Chatton, Br ss, Leisk, 2321. Buenos t
J- .
Beat flavor Washington, D..C., Dec. 14.-The following Ayres to order. V $
to orders have been Issued to oQ- : medicinally Cycle. Br BS. Long 2227, Rio Janlero to 'i .i' !
because Gulf Transit .
cers of the United States Navy: pure. good doctors every- Helslngburg Co.
,
Swed
ss Schriel. 1422,
'' it is the Rear Admiral-J. B. Coghlan, trans where' recommend it fullmeasureconvenient Huelva to Hyer Bros.
___ ferred to the retired list. Homburg, Oar ss, Matthlesen. 1488 :
Rotterdam to the W. S. Keyser Co.
BestWhiskey Captains-E. F. Qualtrough, de- 1acka$ Baybreak, Br 83. Low. 1904\ Buenos WATCHES FT'I
tached Naval War College and order. Ayres; to the W. S. Keyser Co.

ed to Washington, D. C. yard- 'bold moderate everywhereGuaranteed price "b. C b." artlepoo Hornfels t,to 089 W. L., Wittich Nleman,&1475 Co., West. t

1 Atlanta. Marian, Br ,
Commanders-G. B. Ransom detached es Hogg 12181 Faro to .
master. ,
duty as inspector of engineer. Margherita Lust ss Ivancich, 2070, I
ing material at Barberton, Ohio and E New Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. .1 T
Twilight, Br ss, Morris 2280, Charles- # t
ordered to duty as inspector of ma
under the National Pure to ;; r
5) nto the W S. Kejger Co. ;
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A r chinery at Newport News Ship Build- Food and Drugs Act. Ships. .- ,', t : f
Ing Company; R. T. Hall detached Avant Nor st'n. Anderson 164J Lon I
duty as Inspector of machinery at don to order. 4
Ferreira .Port s. Barros 506, Lisbon DIAMONDS .
News Ship Building Companyand
Newport to master. : i 4
RED TOP RYE'WIIISKEY'Is.red ordered to duty in charge of the M. A. BAKER & CO., Props.; Harbinger Rus B._ 1399. Algoa Bay
the engineering department. New MANUFACTURERS to master.
Ingrid. :Nor
ship tjmnell,
in member m warehouses flooded with sunshine distilled from best Northers rjm. York yard; G. W. McElroy detached Seamless Turpentine Stills to McK. Oertlng & Co. 12SO Antwerp
selected by a the firm and purest water from wells wok" hundreds of feet into MMlimestone. duty as inspector machinery at Bath Lena Its ship: Tassara, 1581. London J t
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Goes to the heart,not to the bead.--//*uf I':1'11. to order. ;
Iron Works and ordered to duty ?s :Pensacola Fla. nll
Ferdinand Westheimer a Sons QMiiufl.0..t.lnme.ly,St..*..M*. inspector of machinery at Babcockand Barks. ;
Afredo Uruguayan; bk, Maragas. J87. ,
Wilcox Comuany. Bayonne. N. Y. Montevideo to H. H. Thornton.
Lieutenant Commanders J. Alfhild. Swed bk. Svensen 133X Dur-

---- Senn, detached the Ohio; ordered ban C. to B. master.Whidden. Br bk Morrison. 349 JEWELRY 1 > i!
home and placed on waiting orders; Las Palmas to Southern States Lumber th
L. D. Miner, given additonal duty as Co. r I

inspector of engineering material at Stavanger Campbell.to Nor McK. bk.Oertlng Hausken.&: Co. 1100.
C. DeSILVA & COMPANY
Barberton, Ohio.: H. Hall detached Charles Racine, Nor bk. Waage 1526, I I '
the Alabama and ordered to duty as Genoa to master. 1
inspector of machinery at Bath Iron j Chacma Nor bk Jorgensen 557. ( i
Fleetwood to order.
works: R H. Leigh ordered to navy Hereford, Nor bK, Jensen., 1330, Rosario For the Holidays "
I Building Material yard. New York; L. R.DeSteigner ordered All Work Tested and Guaranteed. to order. t
J to the Illinois; A. H. Davis, detached -Write us for prices. We can interest you. to Heimdal order. Nor bk. Hensen. 1354. Hull :

L Shingles and Slate for Roofing the Illinois; and ordered home, Humberto. Span. bk, 1111 Battle. Ha I:
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wait orders. vana to order.Ingeblorf .
Lieutenants-C. Wells, detached the Nor bit Eld 1250. East Lon. i '

r Patent Plaster, Store Fittings, Ohio ordered home and placed on ME Ml t don Isabel to order.Browne, Rns bk LlndquLst,'1231, I SALE NOW ON 1- 'i 1:
waiting orders; L. B. Jones, placed on LIAN BROS.COMOBILE. Hull to master. I .

'kif Everything for House- Building the retired list; L. 8. Cox, Jr.. detached Rosario Kink Oscar to A. Zehus.IUla It Nor. bk, Johnson 15:, I and closes on tho

the New Jersey; ordered hom rtttlfACriiargor = ?I it Nor bk, Aanopsen, 1030: Santos ;
and Repairs. and placed on waiting orders; E. H. to order.Lysglint. ; '
Campbell and E. P. Jessop detachedthe Nor bk. Hansen 1332, Swakop- Evil of Chistmas. :
Union Iron Works, San Francisco mjod to McK. Oerting & Co. {3 :
P Maria Ger bk. French, 1S22, Kings
--- -- ----- and ordered to duty in connection with r3 Lynn to master. 41> .

the fitting out of the Milwaukee and Marina Madre Ital bk. Simon at ta, >
146$. Genoa to order.Negpore '
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assigned to vessel when commissioned -. Nor bk, : :
Ojerdsen 1128, East I
; N. L. Jones, detached the t London to A. Zelius.Ohvart .' Having been unable to make satisfactory arrangements ; ..

CHRISTMAS MONEY LASTS LONGER Baltimore and ordered to duty as aid Itat tJk. CoSta Genoa to order -
to the commander in chief of the ,: Ophelia 'Nor hk, Larsson 1127 Bahla with a jeweler's auctioneer to makemy ; "" g

Aslastic Fleet on board the West'Virginia I Blanca to Gulf Transit Co. .. annual auction sale, I have decided to make a ..
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Pallas Nor bk,
f ; F. McCommon ordered to Johnson 121J Plymouth ;

4 if deposited in the bank and,' the Lancaster. { .ALA,*S2 I Phyllis. to Nor A. Zelius.bk. Oabrielson. 932, Belfast great private sale and take these means of raak- : ;
Ensigns-R. A. Koch,ordered to the to :McK. Oerting t Co. '
f', checks drawn for the various Minnesota when placed in commission 664.Robert Barbadoes 8ftfton to; Nor McKenzie bk, Morthensen ing the announcement. By this sale, the public ;4 J
: Oerting &
; M. K. Metcalf detached the Cincinnati -
t articles purchased. In this ; :fy and ordered to Naval Hospital MRLETREPORTN! 'Co.Superb, Nor bK, Inch, 1934. Antwerp will have a chance to buy their Christmas presents : :
Mare Island for treatment; A. T. 'I to A. Zelius & Co.
way you will have many, a. Brisbin ordered to the Tacoma. nlero Unlac to, Port bk, Cachia, 891, Rio Ja at greatly reduced prices-in fact, they will r: I <
"r ,master.. 1
4e 4 Midshipmen C. Wilhelm, detached I Schooner get auction bargains at private sale. This will r ='j ; ,
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nickel and dime'spent .i *. the Baltimore and ordered to the Doris, Am sen, Eastman 310, Havana f
West Virginia J. V. Ogan detachedthe STORES. to J. A. :Merritt & Co. be a CLOSING OUT SALE OF UNREDEEMED "
; Donna Christina Am sch, :; (f
4 thoughtlessly, and 'at the y Bainbridge and ordered to the Savannah Ga.. Dee. 14.-The naval Belize to .-, McLeod. 165.
f' stereo market closed to-day u follow.: master.Barkenttnes. PLEDGES and of the two stocks of
fi West Virginia. ww ................................ 85 Jewelry : f ; t
same timeForm Medical Inspectors-H. C. Beyer ,:woN .:...:...........................< 75 AUanwilde Am bktn. Grace..664, Man. dfromTrustees9
recently purchase i
14 detached the Rainbow and ordered to : ....., ....................:.......890 canine to niktn tt "
I fl the Saving Habit. r! M '...,.;.r,,............................6 (0S Beatrice, Marchen: Savona to
the West Virginia: J. E. Gardner, or :K ,..... .. ..."" .;................... IS master. '
dered to the Charleston as fleet surgeon I ;; .a. .. 4 50 t3
of the Pacific I Hr"o :;:::::..;..::::::::::::::.4 is"t '4 25 CREW NOTICE. Sale. .Jll

Squadron. ......................................4 05 Neither the Captain. Ownersnor
Surgeons-M. F. Gates, detachedthe :F .. ...............................4 05 a Consignees of the British +! tAt _
Charleston and ,ordered to the 00 to 4 02% steamship Marian will be 4 tr

NATIONAL Chicago; A. R. Alfred detached Cavite IE..4 D C .:............_...................4 00 00 responsible by the crew for debts of said contracted -vessel. Chicago, Illinois, and Des Moines, Iowa. 'd ; ';t 1 1d

FIRST BANK Station and ordered home wait orders Spirits*ifurpentlnV i 8&; i8.4! H. G. HOGG. for cash. : i'
MASTER Captain.
; C Biddle, detached the Chicagoand Consignee. spot f' ,.
ordered to Naval Training Station Pensacola Cotton Market. The will have immense stock .I 1' :
i OF PENSACOL'A: FLA.Designated public an to select
San Francisco; D. N. Carpenter, 'The following; Pensacola cotton quota. CREW NOTICE. '

detached the Raleigh and, ordered to tions co...F.are O.tarnished B. cotton by;brokers J. P. ,O'Connor Pensacola.& nor Neither Consignees the Captain of the Owners steam-I from, consisting of Watches, Diamonds, Jew- I i; ; ..tl:

Cavite Station; F. M. Furlong; detached Florida: .a ship Hornsund will be responsible of all kinds Silverware of .
Depositary of the United States. Buread of Medicine and Surgery Good :Ulddiing ......................10% for debts contracted elry Sterling leading :4": .
and ordered to Naval Hospital Boston Strict Middling .......................10 by the Crew of said vessel! makes bearing the Trade Marks of the Manu- '!
Middling ............................. 9% D. BLHREJ.S, : .. : -i
Mass.; B. L. Wright, detached the Strict Low Middling .................. gas lITER BROS Captain. facturers. ,. .
'. t Columbia and ordered to Naval Hospital Low Middling ........................ 84 Consignee. ; 1 '
W H. Knowles. President W. K. Hyer, Jr.. Vice-Preeldent" and Caal)ier. New York for treatment;. M. K. CREW NOTICE. Some .of the bargains at wholesale and retail Thos. W. Brent Ass't Cashier. W. N. Roberts.Asa"t Cashier. Johnson ordered to Naval Hospital King of All Cough Medicines. Neither the Captain, Owners :
Directors-F. C. Brent W.A. Dlount W. H. Knowles, W. -K. Byer Jr., Norfolk Va., for duty; Wl fi. Grove Mr. B. G. Case a mall carrier of nor Consignees of the British i for spot cash are as follows: .; 'i 1
Canton Conn. : who has beenIn a, steamship Cycle will be re-
,
D. G. Brent. ; detached the Iowa and ordered to Center
dutyin
f5S #
sponsible for debts Chains Bracelets :
contracted Solid Gold Rings Lockets.
1 the U. S. Service for about sixteen .j
... connection with the flttlnsr! out of by the crew of said vesseL:
[ .i.: = "We have tried many X {i (
the Minnesota and assigned to vessel years says: R LKNG I etc.' ; It
cough medicines for but Cham GULF TRANSIT. CO, Captain.
croup
when commissioned; K. J. Grow, 'detached
t
the Ohio; ordered home and berlain's Cough Remedy: is king of all Consignee 1 Sterling Silverware, Rogers' Tableware. : t

placed on waiting orders: G._PLums- and one to be relied upon every time. CREW NOTICE. I
START A .SAVINGS ACCOUNT den. ordered home and placed on We also find It the best remedy for Neither the Captain Ownersnor Rich American ,Cut Glass. 1 : t. f
Consignees! of the German 1 >
r waiting orders. coughs and colds, giving certain results A steamship Homfel will be 100 Elgin, Waltham and ether makes of 15- e
ef
bad after _
Passed Assistant. Surgeon C. M. and leaving no responsible for debts contracted -J.
W1TUS AS A CHRISTMAS Oman ordered to the Ohio: L. W. fects." For sale by all druggists. by the crew. NtlMANN.of said vessel.F. jewel movements. ;, !

Bishop Smith., detached ordered to Naval the Training Iowa: W.Sta B. Real Estate Transfers. J. A. :MERRITT; & CO.,Consignee.. Captain. Solid 14 and 18 Karet Gold Watches with high r.4 I :

PRESENT FOR YOUR BOY tion. San Francisco and ordered to Following i* a list of the real estate NOTICE. grade movements. Filled cases, railroad adjusted -
the' U. the Psneacola Abstract Co.: This is to certify that .1 have sold to
Raltegh: R. Webb ordered to
duty at Naval Hospital San Juan, transfers recorded yesterday furnished by Anlelto DiLustro all the Interest I have watches, with J7, 19, 21 and 23 jewel move "
-- DEEDS.
in the bark Oliver,now west of Muscogree
., P. R: E. M. Blackwell. detached dutyat December. 14, 1906. .... wharf.' except the .small yawl boat, forth ments. ; ,
Pass-book opened on $1 or : Naval Hospital San Juan. P, ,R, Pensacola Development and Construction sum of $!83 75. 9 '
Co. to Mrs. Ella P. Dabney-Lot 17, S. OTIS. Filled close : -
,Witnessed 20 and 25-year cases to out at $10. ;
and ordered home. 1
more, which may be withdrawn -- block 100; lot 15, block. 101. Beach Haven JOHN D. RANDALL, .'
Assistant Surgeons-S. L. Hleelrn: Tract-$7000. .P. R. EEARU Higher grades in proportion. L
at time. Home Pensacola Development and Construction
any ordered to Naval Hospital. Norfolk ,1
Co., to V. M. Adam-Lot 17. block
Banks $1 Pocket Banks-25c. Va.; R. C. Heiner detacher the 'Scorpion 99. Beach Haven Tract-*35W. t
; and ordered to dutv at Washing J. M. Russ to.Mrs. E.T. Nolan-The

pd ton.Marine D. C. yard Barracks: P. T.Washington Dessze: :: : (dtach-D Tract west HELP-30 WANTED$i50 feet.00 of. lot TAG 6, block.... 29..,..New,...City.... YOUR GROCER HAS IT Largest Stock of! Diamonds in West Florida "J1j I ; ,

AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK C.. and ordered to Naval Hospital. WANTED-Whit* girl to do general :

Boston. Mass.: J. E. Gill. detached creel house work. Apply 1202 E.l&dec ad:Wen Ask him to send you Diamond Rings from $5 to $1,000.
Washington!' D. C. yard and orderedto -1
OPERA HOUSE BUILDING ,
t thf DubuQue. Diamond Ear Scr ews from $10 to $750. :
'
We compound interest at 4 per cent every three,monthS: 4n cur Savings Pay Insoector L. Hears;: orderedto detached Naval Magazine, Mare Island ,

Department duty as paymaster of.*Washington. and Ordered to the Milwaukee; J. 'JacksonSquare' I Diamond Bracelets from $15 to $100. f I
.
D C./Yard. Shannon, detached the Prairie and ordered .
-. -- ----- Paymasters Tiffany, Jr., resie- to the Texas. Diamond Lockets from $10 to $100. ;

S REESE. R. 1L CART J. W DORR W. R. QUINA. nation accepted; C. Conrad ordered 'Gunners-Kellenberger, orderedto Diamond Necklaces from $250 to $1,000. 1 :' f _
President Vice-President. Cashier. 'AssistabtCaahler.THE to the Bureau of Suoo1ies'and. Ac Puget Sound yard; J. J. Manning '

PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA. counts. Navy Department; J. H:"Mer- ordered Washington- navy yard for Diamond Link Buttons, Studs, Scarfpins, : !:)
riam. detached duty as paymaster of Instruction; A. C. Steinbrenner, detached -

CAPITAL $100,000. SURPLUS. AND UNDIVIDED. PROFITS $25,000. Washington!' D. C. yard ordered 'to the Ohio and ordered home. (Java Blend.) Brooches, etc.; J

J J. 1IOOTON, R. -.DIRECTORS.-ii. I CART L. J. REEVES settle accounts and wait orqe} Warrant Maehlnista-L C. Hljcglns: ....1"' ;
W .\. D'ALEMBERTE J. S. REESE >?4'DeC.'KESSLER. Assistant Paymasters-E. ,HTe- detached the Alabama and ordered
A General Banking Business Transacted and Accounts.Solicited; ShJp'< Disburse beau. detached duty as r>av and purchasing home* J. L. Barnswell ordered to dutyIn COFFEE .r I
ments given Special Attention. officer Navel Ststlon.Guan- connection with the fitting out c! ) :

--- tanaroo: Cub"-t and will continue defies t the Kansas and assigned to. vessel P. S.-I have a Safety Vault, Fire and Burglar Proof and I am : t
as ynernl storekeeuer same station; !when commissioned; A. A. Shafer.dismissed This'Coffee Blended to prepared to take good care of your articles of value and will make : .
liberal advances at the lowest rate of Interest Business r
THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK L. G. Hansrtiey, ordered to :duty, as from the navy; R. G. Van Suit You. confidential. 226 South Palafox Street ALEX. LISCHKOFF strictly Prep. i
pay and purchasing officer GUdstanairo. begs., granted; six months sick leave; r.t '; .
PENSACOLA Cuba. Naval' Nation;;' D. G. JJf- C. P Oraker, ordered to duty In con -If It' does net please you re- I
I Ritchie detached the Wilmlnrton',, nd. nectionith the fitting out of the turn' it to your grocer. Your 19t

A General Banking Business Conducted on a ,Safe, ;and Conservative. ordered home; H. H. Paln erde+aclwd Milwaukee and assigned to vessel money refunded. Every can r
Basis. the Maryland) and ordered.to the\V1Irnirston. when' commissioned; H. E. White andG. guaranteed. by us. i I

C. E. Parsons ordered to.the T. ownbridze ordered to duty in :
Correspondence Soliclted--R. M."Bushnell. Cashier.R. Colorado. connection with the fitting out of the Importers Coffee Co. ALEX. LISCHKOFF
Paymasters Clerks-R. L. Gressit. Milwaukee and assigned to vessel

iii, appointed for duty on the Chicago: M. when commissioned. Limited. ;
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II'! L. Ellis. annotated for dutvja connection Pharmacists=-F. T. Gordon placedon m
with the accounts of the Charleston the retired list; detached duty in New Orleans, La. I .
J R. JXO."BrMASSETr Secretary.COAL. : J. R. Bibb resignation accepted. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery and 226 South Palafox Street, t 7

CARY" Chief Boatswain-W, H_ lrelan.o* ordered home.
dered to duty in connection with',the Passed Assistant Engineer-C. F. :

Milwaukee. .. Xaglf.; retired. ordered to New York The Lewis Bear Co.
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Wholesale Domestic.! Anthracite and Retail and Dealer.Blacksmith in Steam. Boatswains-F. Bresn n. ordered" to for court martial duty. Pensacola, Fla., Opposite Custom House. ; l

I Office: 43 S. Palafox St. Telephone 93. .. Pueet Sound: W. H. Morin. ordered: Chaplain-A. W. Stone detached the Pensacola, Fia.DISTRIBUTERS.. I I '
Yard Corner Tarragona and Gonzalez .. to Naval Academy. Chlcoga and ordered to the Charleston. :_:''t l''_;t
Streets. Yard phones 6 and 372. 1 2s ,
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Gunners-c. E. Jaffe. orderedto :;
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,, ".t;>[- - 1 EDUCATIONAl DRIFUIMBER I R New Suits in Choice PatternsAt t BOOKS






t' .,..;,'ft"--. ::3Ai.: : ": ASSOCIATION MUST ALL HEREPOnTED $$15, $$20 and $$25. New Fiction-Publisher's. price JL50 TM

{ volumn my price $1:30
!
Carolina Lee-By Lillian Ben, .
If we" were willing to follow Bw Ia
this book the heroine
C. undertakes the .
0 r*
r Hat'sBecoming Meeting at St. Aug- in a rut we might run a storatlon of her ancestral southern bo
; '< few words like "Phenomena -: and the New South is weD portrayed
Carolina becomes a Christian
ustine Promises to Be ," "Unheard Of," "With and the reader will learn a great Scientist dt.J

1I t tI about this subject.
For Cost"
Inter- :i. out Care' and soon
Extremely Relative to The Leader-The new book by
Important Order Mary
t 1,,R -the old time-worn and Dillon, author of the popular notes The
esting. Belle of Old St. Louis and In Old Bz
But azra
Derelict Property Issued ;2t hackneyed expressions. I
: In some of the Southern Cities this book
I .- .., r :< we'll not impose upon yours has already become one of the -
t. .. ....,. .. to. six firstsellers.
Locke.All :. .
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By Judge =<, 11.... '\ ."
.The of the Florida Educa- ,,: of I business
f meeting '>. ? :: v pf ":'(:' : ''' sense good by
1 tional Association in St. Augustine on property coming ashore along S')? 1'J.A\ l:7l: .> telling that there's no Max Fargus-The new book by Ow a
L't' you
.. .: ,. ,, Johnson. It Is a story of New York
:
December 27th promises -to be one of the Florida east coast must be immediately (::: << : Ut
r M it's otherwise. No two individuals wear the same reported to United States Marshal :, :;-;-X7-r" ,.: &. :":' '?! profit-that we're simply in the 70's, and full of dramatic intent
or the most interesting meetings ever \,. ... I .;i Its
'ft; principal
characters
hat equally well-the reason for our immense hat held by this association and extensive John F. Horr, and those finding it I \\3f.::::; kF\; -->" : 44 selling men's suits for the yers and black-mailers are a second ebyster-iaw.ra,

stock. Too much brim or crown-or too little-make preparations are now being to such their property own'use cannot, says the appropriate Jacksonville t(;l tJ F:;r x .| (fri f&S pleasure of it. No sir. Butt actress House Man and.**"Max Fargus. the Or ts.

won't made by the citizens of the ancient Times-Union. W' ; C* Y these suits are great values. -
your hat becoming or otherwise. Ahd it 'b"otherwise" fcfgj A Little White Bird-By J. M. Barrie Tit
city to give the association a royal Direct attention to the statute cov-I 'r Y YRe
M "** Great because there has been book from
which "Peter Pan"
if here. Make that Christmas f..J. was sugei
you buy reception and a most delightful entertainment ering this case has been called by .,: "Do you believe in Fairiest"It
James W. Locke in orders. Is- headedness" used In TOil 4 ,
gift a Hat. Judge "long or do not, you should read this book.
One of the drawing cards of the sued in the United States district { something else than adjectives -
tt 1ia:
court yesterday morning. It has been : ;iJt! .
meeting will be the lectures of Drs. -
reported to the court that persons liv- }'l. for use. We
.. ) newspaper
'fW'f:
$1.50 to $5.00 Sparks and Claxton. These men i i" ..
ing along the coast have been appro- .
have national both have Schloss Bros. and
reputations : went HARRY T.
priating such material especially lumber HOWLAND
the most charming personality, boji to their own use and this beingin ':1fJ we : Schloss Bros.: clothing ,
are intensely interesting in their lectures direct violation of the law parties Manager De Luna Book Store.
and both are rich in that experience I an book. We
hereafter found guilty of such practicewill .... .. .. open De Luna St. Phone U91.
t':.
so necessary to a successful be liable to prosecution. ::::: :: : :('>;" ; went for special suits to !fill

teacher. ., ..
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Those finding derelict property 1 k:>< k" 4.
THE JOHN WHITE STORESpecialists Another famous lecturer the .x in the that the brisk
on : '" places: -----
program is Mari Rulf Hofer,'instructor must report it to the court and theclll.tm ; :}f.: : {'f
of music in Columbia university. for salvage, by affidavit Owners pt tl':t, : i#:' October and November -selling UPTODATEUOLID4Y
will then be given an ppportunity to .!-i. ii' ';>f'' had made in the
In Men's and Boys' Wear Miss Hofer has also a national reputation file claims and such action will be t,':: 'h"::: : clothing
and is in demand in the sum- ')
205.207 taken by the court as will fully protect '' r.t ""z .} stacks. We:. told Schloss
S. 'l
Phone 225 PALAFOX mer normal schools. She is an in- }
spiration to all interested in musicor both owners and salvors. ?'{;' ,,Jt Bros to put their best foot
The order of Judge Locke to which U'
kindergarten work, as well as to it : ; forward. And that's the best
the particular attention of persons :: i.; X :
in
those who interested physical 1 .
are :
culture. living along the coast is called, Is as "W:. I h ; there IS the world over. For

Besides addresses by the officers follows: Orders of Court. l : '" young men especially "University" GifTS

I h SIDEWALK and prominent members of the assocIation "In the district court of the United i models the'"Royal "
GOOD there will also be an address ,
States, in and for the southern district '
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delivered by the governor and one by of Florida. -'r .' 'the Harvard and the "Olym- FOR SINGLE AND MARRIED MEN
the superintendent of public instruction .
"In re, derelict lumber etc. \ pia" cover a of smart Fancy Vests, New Style of Silk Umtrel-
of the state. I "It having to notice that range las bilk Reefers and Jlufflers Trar* i-;
j The following is the official program come my things from the most fault Cases and Bags. Initial !Iand; i'
Gives the most ordinary property; an appearance of sub lumber and other property, coming pronounced chiefs. Individual Boxes of Neckwear sad
, stantial value. A poor one can ruin the effect of the handsomest I for the meeting which has been prepared I ashore on the Florida coast within the Cop 1e fitted back broad- Suspenders and lots of others.
by the executive committee of jurisdiction of this court, from vessels ''SC SRS C0 Agent for the Celebrated Hawes $3
the association. shouldered to the con-
l edges to your property. I wrecked or in distress at sea has been coat
' Among good sfdewalks a well laid concrete one is easily Thursday Evening Dec. 27th. and is being constantly appropriatedby n Clothes M rs servative. Certainly you'll Hats.STONE

e beet Lasts longer, costs less for repairs and adds an air of 7:SO-Music by Musical Depart the salvors to their own use, it Is Baltimore"and New York
'ii solid dignity and worth. ment of John B. Stetson University. therefore i vote these new suits a great

;.1 We lay such sidewalks and back every one with our guar Invocation Rev. J. Coffin' Stout. "Ordered: That hereafter all property I find on our part. THE HABERDASHER.
Address of welcome, by E. E. 222 South Palafox Street,
estimate ?
ashore this
antee. May we on yours coming within district
Boyce mayor of St. Augustine. shall be reported immediately to the 1431.
/ Telephone
Address of welcome on behalf of Some Strong Sturdy Shoes That Lack
marshal of this district at Jackson-
Pensacola Cement Stone Company the teachers of St John's county by ville, Florida and claim for salvage ,
W. S. M. Pinkham, county superintendent affidavit.
made by in order that owners KNOWLES BROS.
public instruction. Nothing Style $3.50 $4 $5.
may file their claims and that such -
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S. J. Harvey Manager. Telephone 1485. Response, by Dr. W. F. Yocum. action may be. taken as will protect Insurance.
; Annual address by President A. M. .
the salvors and owners where' ownership Our Specials, and Ralston'sShoes
,.j a e. Russell superintendent public Instruction is satisfactorily .proven to the FIRE LIFE, ACCIDENT MARINE.
of Hernando county .editor court. i- that are made to stand General Agents of

J Southern Argus. "Any violation of :this order will rain and dampness and hard The EquitableLIFE
hJ1/V1/V1WV't/VVV1' Lecture Making an American Citizen .
make the party taking such wreckedand
by Dr. Edwin Brie Sparks professor derelict property liable to fine wear, but that will "pass ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF NEW

THE NEW ENGLAND | historUniversity of Chicago. and imprisonment at hard labor for a muster" any time when the' YORK.
Music by musical JohnB.
department
term not exceeding ten years. (Section -
Stetson University. point of style is concerned. 309 South Palafox Street.
5358, United States Revised I
The Watch for the great American people. Friday Morning, Dec. 28th. Statutes).

I have them ranging from $2.00 up; also a full line < ; 9.00-Music by musical department -JAMES W. LOCKE, Those water-proof Ralston's -

of Waltham and Elgin Watches, as well as Jewelry < ; Invocation of Southern by Rev.College.J. J. Parsons. What Section' Says."Judge." with viscalized soles

and fancy goods at pricesthat can't be beat Lecture by Dr. P. P. Claxton professor Section 5358 United Igtates Revised will interest you. Come and ChristmasBOX

t of pedagogy, University of Statutes, to which' reference is madein let us overcome the mistaken

J. DAVIS Tennessee. : Judge Locke's order,'reads as follows ideas have about water- -:...
; you
1000-Course of Study for High : .

Schools Professor Tom F. McBeath.Discussion. "Every person who plunders, steals I proof shoes. .
Brent Building, 23 S. Palafox Str..t.V f
or destroys any money goods mer PAPERS,
'# V 10.50: -Recess. chandise,.or other effects from or belonging -

11:00-Necessity for Closer Supervision to any vessel In distress, or BOOKS
of All Schools by PrincipalW. wrecked lost or' stranded or castaway I ,

E. Knibloe. upon the sea,'or upon any reef 4
r" POR"T tBLitt"F iit} 11:20-English in the High Schools, shoal, bank, or rocks'of the sea.. or. & CARDS.
by Miss Caroline Brevard. in any other place within the admiral- Shoes.

11:40-Do County High, Schools ty and maritime jurisdiction of the CALENDARS,
Properly Provide for the Accommodation United States; and every person who
i Is one of the handsomest arguments imaginable. : and Instruction of Country Chil willfully obstructs the escape of any; PICTURES,

t Any home or office can have one by using a : dren; If They Do Not What is the person! endeavoring to save his life"from : $3.00 3.50 and $4.00 thousands of pretty and
Remedy! by Principal L. B. Edwards. such vessel or the wreck thereof : and

12:00-Lecture, The Western Movement ; and every person' Who holds out or '
GAS HEATER i by Dr. Edward Erie Sparks., shows any false lisht,.'or extinguishes' The economy of wearing "Dorothy Dodd" Shoesis useful gifts of every descrip-

4 Friday Afternoon, Dec. 28th. the true light; with Intent to bring one good reason why they are the shoes to buy. But
Trip to the beach oyster roast.anda any vessel, salline: upon the high seas, tion.
; | Just the thing for heating up the bath room, hall i visit to the wireless telegraph ,iStaion. into danger or distress or ship wreck,. quite as many women buy them.for a totally'diffeient rea-

shall be punished by a fine of not more son and without thought of price. That is, their assuredly -
knocking the chill off the bedroom and
:: or nights : 28th. than five thousand and imprisonment
Friday Evening Dec. dollars correct and always refined style, their 'smooth and
r mornings. Gas heaters $1.50 to $10. : B:00-Music by musical departmentof at hard labor not more .
e
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faultless fit.and their really delightful We
the Florida Female College. than ten years. ease. have

: : Annual address of State Superintendent The practice of appropriating derelict -many new styles 'in the, different leathers to show you.Won't Gem Book Store
W. M. Holloway. lumber, etc., is reported to have ,
Pensacola Gas Companyi i Address by his excellency Governor -I. become very general and. since the you give us that pleasure?
I N. B. Broward. Issuing of this warning and the call C. R. Johnson Prop.
i Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. Reception by citizens of St Augus ing of attention to the statute offen- ,

*.4 ....*+NOaN...............t..t................+t tine. ders In this regard will henceforth be Ptone .230
Saturday ,Morning, Dec. 29th. punished, under the statute quoted. WATSON PARKER & REESE CO.
9:00-Music by musical department Way to Proceed.
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of Rollins College. One of the attorneys familiar with

Invocation by Rev. L. Fitz James admiralty practice stated yesterdaythat "EVERYTHING TO WEAR." IN BUYING YOUR
MAKE IT A Hindry. the proper mode of procedure up-

12:20-The Danger Arising from

the FeminIzation of Schools by Miss $100 REWARD, $100. on finding of derelict lumber or other I Locke yesterday made an order for
Katherine" Wicker. The readers of this paper will be wrecked property was as follows i. sale of the lumber being brought in Holiday Biffsdon't
10:40-The Place of Religion in to learn that there is at least
pleased Report the finding of such derelict from the wreck off Duck Key. This
. MERRY CHRISTMAS Schools by President S. W. Walker one dreaded disease that science has
Southern College. been able to cure in all Its stages and lumber, etc., Immediately to the United order Is as follows: :
of that is Catarrh. Hall Catarrh Cure is States marshal of the district in whichit "In the United States district court
11:00Recess.11:10Do the only positive cure now known to the was found making. at the same in and for the southern district ofI forget you can be accommodated -
County Schools Receive medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional time, by affidavit claim for"salvage.The Florida. with the choicest -
Due Consideration by Principal Geo.E. disease requires a constitu- I
tional treatment. Halls Catarrh Cure is court after ,allowing sufficient "In re, derelict lumber= It appearing of useful articles for the
Bennett11:30Educational taken internally acting directly upon the time for to and make
owners appear to peTion
the
court by the of the
:; With a gift of a Suit, $10 to $27.50. W. buchholz, professor Wastes pedagogy by L., blood thereby and ddestroying mucous surfaces the foundation of the system of the! any showing they may be able as to proctor for the schooners Wave and Men, Youth and Boys' at

Female disease, and giving the patient strengthby why Salvage should not' be granted Lilly White of the port of Key West that make bin inga
Florida College.12:0oLecture" prices
building up the constitution and as- will allow what is deemed reasonable that a vessel has been found lying
f An Unknown Patriot sifting nature in doing its work. The
Dr. Edwin Erie Sparks professor proprietors have so much faith In its salvage. bottom up off Duck Key:near the edgeof pleasure.
curative that they offer One Hundred Any balance over and above the thee reef, loaded with lumber and in
: powers ;
Bring joy to the gentleman friend with history, University of Chicago. Dollars for any case that it falls amount allowed as salvage will beheld that said vessels are engaged!: in salving Men's and Youth's Suits
Saturday Afternoon, Dec.. 29th. to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Tinltpd .
the >pending the
3:0o-Music. Address F. J. CHENEY &. CO1Toledo, by : the said lumber and It appearing Black, Blue and Fancy,
putting in a claim for it by the owner tQ the court that It will be to the ad-
Stetson Hat Lecture by Dr. P. P. Claxton pro Ohio.Id salved. This will beheld from $7.50 to $30.
a $3.50 by all Druggists. 75c of the material vantase of all narti*s concerned that I
iI' fessor pedagogy., University of Ten- Take. Halls Family Pills for constipation. for r'ne year and one day and said lumber should be immediatelysold i Boys' Suits, ages 3 to 17, all
nessee. then no owner having anpeared will noon its arrival at port of Key
'4:00-Business meeting. be turned over to the salvor. [West it Is"Ordered styles, from $1.50
Evening, Dec. 29th.
it Saturday I ,No New Course. I: : That the marshal proceed to $8.50.
the friend with Pair of Sus- 8OQ-Music by musical department ''
t Delight a of Rollins College. Though: many laymen are nnac- to sell the !said lumber RO !"lv"d, the 50c
I Men's Hats from
its "' l
noon arri" after due and
Lecture, Old Hickory Jackson by Christmas Linens guaint.d with the statute as onoted mner
Dr. Edwin Erie Sparks. and did not know that it was ill*>eal notice at nubile auction and bring Crusher to the $5 Knox.
penders 25 and 50 cents. I the oroceerts Into. '. Sunday Morning, Dec. 30th. to annity" te to their own use the Stetson and No
Laundered further order"bev.ln."JAMES. Full line of
T'1"OIf"rtv ditine in from the sea. vet
\: 10:00: -Sunday school lecture at
I Memorial church by Dr. P. P. Claxton. I the sfptute Is an *'M one and many W. LO .KR. Name at $2.50 and $3.50.
11:00-Sermon at Memorial church I For the Christmas I cases hav been triad under It I "Judge." Snow

Surprise father with fine Pair of by Dr. Lincoln Hulley president John Onp case which Is of particular Interest King Quality or
a
the
B. Stetson University. dinner 'you want 'was that brought: more thanhalf.a Curt for Sore Nipples.As Patent or Vici is a nice pres-

Music by church choir. table linen snowy white. century ago when the United soon as the'child Ii done nursing from
: States, through; one of Its district attorneys apply Chamberlain' Salve. ent to make, and only
Shoes $4.00 Sunday Afternoon, Dec. 3Ot Wipe it
$3.00, or. .$5.00.. 3:00: -Sacred concert at Memorial Yours will be right if went Into court and laM off with a soft cloth before allowing $3.50 to $6. .
*, AtHROANSON church by musical department of done byThe claim to the balance that was held the child ''to' nurse. Many trained
after'salvage had been paid the sal It costs nothing to
John B. Stetson University Florida nurses use this with the best results. you
Female College Rollins College andSoutheigi Star Steam vor and no claimant had made his I[I Price" 25 cents per box.: For sale by look. Courteous treatmentand
College. claim to the property salved. I all druggists.
Evening, Dec. 30th. The case was 'a test-case, and the: Good Values a Specialty.
Sunday
8:0O-Sermon by Dr. Andrew Sledd Laundry court decided against! the contentions. Send your -
University. of the government holding that in the now
president Florida: event no claimant appeared'within for of The
Music by church choir. 37 E. Garden St. Phone 114 extra copies J ournal's -
CASH CHOTHIER. the flxedtlmea!: .year and a.dav. that
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY the balance over and above salvage big Christmas Edition JOE COLEMAN i

: Palafox and Main. Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets. Pensacola, Fla. must be.tl1m d over to the salvor. and they will be set aside ,
refund if it fallsto j jf'
Druggists money Duck Key Wreck.
1 cask cure.box.E.2Sc.W. GROVE'S signature is on In addition to-the'above-order!' Judge for ,you.. Phone 217. 212 S. Palafol! St



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