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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: November 17, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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PENSACOLA FLORIDA. SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 17, 1906. A\ 1 E 5 CENTS f





I PRESIDENT ON STEAM RIDES SHOVEL. ( INDIANS DENOUNCE SALE. RESTRICTIONS LAND WITNESSES TELL STORKS\,






With Rain Pouring DownHe NEW. 'YORK GAMBLERS They Want the Governmentto OF BARBAROUS BRU.TITY(

Views Work of Excavation -
Tribes
Permit to

in the WILL PROSECUTEDBill
Handle Their Own I

Big Ditch. Property. SENATOR T. C. PLATT Tales of Whippings, Armed

to Repeal Law Permitting Betting at Race Tracks Guards and Men Captured


Asks Engineer on. Shovel I! Will Also Be Introduced, in Legislature. Senator Teller Says System WILL RESIGN ,OFFICE Are Drawn -

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Many Questions Re- I i Out. .
By Associated Press. Reeks With "Red Tape.
race tracks was given Dis-
New York Nov.. 16.-warning to r-trict to-day by Domestic Scandals, Added to Increasing Age, A"feo1 Forcing -
Attorney Jerome in the
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garding Operation.SEVERAL the gamblers that they will be prose- supreme (

that cuted to the full extent of the law and I court It was supported by Judge FRAILTY IRESULT'THAT OF HU- Him to Relinquish His Place In Senate. I The Trouble Began When '
a bill Mill be introduced in the Rosalsky who declared that he would i. -
CHARGES OF DYNAMITEARE next:: legislature to ,repeal the Percy t impose the severest penalties on persons MAN NATURE- WHICH LEADS Labor Immi-
Gray law which permits betting at convicted of l Agency
I gamoiing.. By Associated Press. decided to retire altogether from pub-
EXPLODED FOR PRESf- MAN TO THINK, HE CAN GOVERN New York Nov 16.-The Evening
lic life. The recent disclosures, concerning -
Were Sent
Post to-day published the following grants
DENTS EDIFICATION-GOT AN 8TLAN OTHERS BETTER THAN "Thomas C. Platt's resignation from the. senator's domesticthe
SniP VANLOO United States senate is,said to be troubles added to his increasing age, Down. 1
EARLY START AND PUT IN BILL THEY CAN GOVERN. THEM
ready for filing with Governor Hig- are declared to have forced' him to relinquish
DAY. \ \ SELVES. gins. Senator Platt it is reported, has the office."

!IS NOW HOPELESS WRECKVessel ,DEFENSE IN PEONAGE CONSPIRACY -

Dy Associated Press. Ey Associated Press. INTERESTING FOOTBALL CASE ENTERS FREQUENT
Panama Xov. 16.-President Roose- JIuscogee L T., Nor .-The sen-
ate Indian committee devoted its en- OBJECTION TO EVIDENCE ANDIS
'r'i! started early this morning with Which Went Ashore Twenty-five Miles East of
tire time to hearing arguments
to-day
other members of the party to ALMOST ,AS FREQUENTLY
',examinations' on the Culebra Bar, is By Now Broten Up and Strewn Along favoring the sale the of removal Indian lands.of restrictionson Colonel GAME PROMISED TODAYWhen OVER-RULED ELEVEN WIT ,I
At half past eight the party ar- Robert L. Owen Cherokee a prominent -
ved at Pedro Miguel where some 1- the Beach-Captain Came to City. attorney and a candidate for the University Military School and the Classical NESSES HEARD.BY .
United States senate denoanced the
in> shovels: were at work. The
BEN H. THOMAS. ,
'ident climbed upon one of tile I The Italian ship Vanloo which Wednesday and when he left the said present: "The restrictions fault of vigorously this governmentwhich and School Elevens Meet at Palmetto Beach-Mobile Much more rapid progress was '

earn shovels, taking a seat alongsidei went ashore twenty-five miles east of Vanloo had split almost In half with controls the Indian Territory, made yesterday in the trial of W. S.
Engineer Gray whom he subjected I Pensacola bar. Tuesday night is a seas constantly pounding against her, lies in the fraihty of human nature, Team Arrives.The Harlan et: al, charged with conspiracyto
hopeless wreck, and it is expectedthat and when he commit In the United i
II searching fire of questions re- came to Pensacola it was which leads a man to believe he can peonage.
.jnim! the work. The presidents by now the beach Is strewn with not with the view of saving the ves- govern people better than they can States District Court eleven} witnesses -
:1'1'some time in the deepest cut wreckage, owing to the high winds sel but to obtain assistance to save govern themselves." University Military School r The boys of the Classical School for the prosecution being disposed
\,., i Sunday twenty-two tens of exes and heavy seas which prevailed last what articles could be moved from .Senator Teller with much feeling, football team arrived last night to have been busying themselves this of during the day and a great
!r :"' were used. The rain wasi night. the ship. If possible he will return said: "The system Is wrong It isimpossible play the Pensacola'Classical School,, week and have again gotten into deal of damaging testimony againstthe t
'nz!! down in torrents and the wa- The master of the big ship came this morning with this purpose in for the secretary of the In- and all final arrangements have been shape for a game. Their weaK points defendants being adduced. The
; ,.nured down the funnel shaped to the city yesterday morning, reach- view. terior to know anything about it" He :made for the game this afternoon. have been strengthened and the men entire proceedings were plentifully .,
x, "of the cut Several charges of ing here in a small boat and con- He left the crew at the point where said the system whereby the restrictions _! Judging from appearance the visi-, are in fine condition for play. interspersed with objections by council
n,udinite+ were exploded in order that firmed the report published in The the ship is wrecked all having left can be removed from the landof tors have brought over-a strong team 1 The new football necessitated byrthe for defense in fact everything of
president might see the effect. Journal that his vessel was wrecked.He the ship in safety. the citizen of the five civilized but the locals ought to prove an excellent rules made for this season is a importance was objected to and as
stated that the ship became be- The Vanloo sailed from Buenos tribes reeks with "red tape." match for them. Both teams'game far exceeding in interest the often the objections were overruled by
calmed when about thirty miles off Ayres August 6 and has been rather. are confident of victory and as thereIs hammer and tong game of former, Judge Swayne who, early In the trial,
Pensacola light and for hours there longer than usual on the voyage over a keen rivalry existing between the years, where the largest men coul.!! expressed the determination to allow
was not enough breeze to fill the canvas due to adverse winds. She was bound schools the game promises to be hard by mere meight main strength and' the, fullest scope to the inquiry com
EXbEPTI ONALLYtn"qi so the vessel could be steeredoffthe for Pensacola for orders which were fought and lively,throughout. awkwardness push their lighter opponents patibld with justice to all parties.
beach where she was carried by :awaiting her here, and she would RUNYAN.r lUMBER Those who compose the Mobile gradually down the field of Some of the testimony adduced
the tide.A have gone to Gulfport for a cargo of team are: Case left end; Hill, left playThe: game is now no mere set showed a condition at the camps of
few hours afterwards a gale madeup lumber and timber. tackle; Bonlo left guard; Cox, center -of scales to determine which side the Jackson Lumber Co. at least {
T fliIlidil and drove the vessel higher on the She is a vessel of 1497 net tons is ; TV" McIntosh right guard; Durant outweights the other. The new rules, since the company began the use of
beach and she began to break up. owned by a firm in Genoa and is partly : right tackle; A. McIntosh, right it has been said, have done what no immigrants secured through New
I ULNOTED' The master remained there through insured. C MPArn 'IS 5.WORBANFZED 5. end; Barney quarter bacs Haas, anti-trust laws have ever yet accom- York labor agencies little short of
right half; Welch left half; Bradley, plished---cheapen the price of "beet"This barbarous the testimony of severalof f
full back. Substitutes: A. Durant and has been done by doing away the former employees of the com
Adams Coach, Prof Miller. Referee with the mass plays and giving more pany who claimed to have been beaten
r UNION Overton. ManagerDonald: ,' room.. for individual work., .And from: ,and misused being of a character
LABOR r r1E EW ORLEANS r The locals hare piuyed one game an that can be learned the danger: o'. almost beyond belief. Stories of
this season in which they held tX serious injury to the players las been whippings armed guards men captured .
heavy M. M. I. team down to the score very greatly reduced. For it may I and forced to return to tho
of 12 to 6, and showed an excellenceof safely be said that there are half a I camps against their will were frequent -
Reached Within 18 Inches of form that surprised even their million players of football in schoolsof and testimony was adduced
POliTICS TAMPA liNE -most enthusiastic friends This is all grades, colleges and those in tending to show the connection of de-
Palafox Wharf at their first appearance on a local no educational institution. And. fendants with the cases in question
dent and'C. R. Burgoyne gridiron and their'work will be though football has been played in that they must have had knowl-
watched with more than ordinary in- daily by all these during the past edge of the conditons as they existed.
Midnight. and Treas- terest as they -will play the High n.onth and a half to two months only Mrs. J. B. Saunders.
Delegate Says It Elected Its Navigation Company Incorporates Secretary School on the 29th. three fatalities have been reported. Mrs Saunders was the first witness .
They have been busy strengtheningtheir In every way fairer cleaner play heard at the morning session of
An exceptionally high tide prevailed Enemies and DefeatedIts Under Laws of urer. weak points and are in fine con has been made necessary. All who the United States district court
'-sr night and early this morning the dition. They will probably lineupas have formed the opinion'that foot- Judge Charles Swayne presiding, In

rtter rising in the western portion of Friends.By New York.By follows: ball is a brutal game should, in Justice the case of W S. Harlan et al, of I
the city until it hadvreached Zaragossa Elsewhere in The Journal to-day appears Sublette right end; Wilson right to our greatest college and school the Jackson Lumber Co. of Lockhart.
-.tn-pf near Coyle the dummy track the notice of the incorporationof tackle; Philips right guard; Eagan, sport, witness a game to disabuse I Ala,-charged with conspiracy to com ,
-' some points along; that line, and the Runyan Lumber Company with center; Barton left guard; Williams their minds. mit peonage. Mrs. Saunders residesat
t'liut 18 inches of the top of Palafox Associated Press. Associated Press. a capital stock of $30,000 and with the left tackle; Friedman left end; Hannah One thing can almost certainly be Laurel Hill, where she keeps a
'.-: :art Minneapolis, Nov. 1 .-The Ameri- I Albany, i>r. Y.. Nov. 16.-The New p following persons as incorporators: quarter; Turtle right half; I said the players representing the two store. During July she noticed on I
The strong southeast wind, which can Federation of Labor to-day resolved -:Orleans and Tampa Navigation Com- W. B. Runyan C. R. Burgoyne and C. Brent left half; Avery, full back. institutions that are to contest today two or three occasions strangers
roJoupd the threatening weather dur- itself into a committee of the !pany, which operates steam vessels in W. Lamar of Pensacola; W. F. The University Military\ School has have been trained to clean playing in evidently foreigners passing through.She .
'us: the early afternoon and evening whole to discuss different subjects. :the gulf between New Orleans and Graves D. '\:. Burke and J. J. Mc- not met a defeat this season and hasa accordance with the spirit as well as knew Mr Hilton and identifiedhim
*-I the cause of the high tide. First Vice-president Duncan took the Tampa, was incorprated here to-day, Caskill of DeFuniak Springs. team that has gained considerable the letter of the new rules. saying that he passed through
Many persons in the city became stand that the advancement of trades I with a capital of $$500,000. The di- The object of the company, as sta- reputation for swiftness and clean The game is to be called on the arrival Laurel Hill armed about July 20.
alarmed at conditions especially those unionism was the first policy of the rectors are headed by Geo. -L Craig, ted in the charter, is the general buy- playing. They have worked hard for 'of the three o'clock dummy. All Witness did not speak wltn Mr.\ Hilton
residing along the waterfront and who federation. This must remain so and of Toledo Ohio.STANDARD. ing and selling of lumber and various this event and are sure to give an are requested to purchase tickets at that time and she saw no
toted the very high tide but the he was prepared to take issue with other work incident to that business.i excelent exhibition of football. fore leaving for the park. be-I.one with him. Witness was asked if t
,-'tther bureau had received no ad- those who hoped to see the future political The_business will conducted. by W. she had seen Gallagher and Grace,
,Ices of the approach of any unusual activity of the federation its OIL B. Runyan as president and C. K. Defense objected, objection was over. '
.tnrbance 1:: and no signals were dis- main feature. Delegate Brown as- Burgoyne as secretary and treasurer ruled and an exception noted.
IIa'ed. serted that the results of ,the recent and they have offices now at 221 Brent Witness had seen John and Henry
Parties: coming up from the along activity had been that labor had suc- STOCK GOES ,DOWN building.The NO MORE MAIDS MEN BURIEDIN Atwell when they were evidently
the western bay shore at midnight ceeded in electing its enemies and defeating two young men are well knownin looking for some one but had not
stated that the tide had risen to such its friends. He has a resolution f. Pensacola and they are particularly seen them with Gallagher and Grace.
an! extent that the water was at that before the convention calling for well and favorably known in lumber Cross Examination.On .
time crossing Zarragossa street near an auxiliary political organization for PROSECUTION OF COMPANY RESULTS and timber circles. For the past examination
cross witness stat
the corner of DeVilliers. At Palafox political work.CRAPSEY.. IN DROP OF 71 POINTS ten years until they resigned their I OR SPONSORS N. Y. TUNNEl .ed that Mr. Hilton had a revolver I Ii
wharf it lacked about eighteen or positions a few days ago they were in i buckled around him when she saw
twenty inches of reaching the driveway SINCE MONDAY.By the employ of the great export firm him at Laurel Hill. K -
on the east side of the wharf. VERDICT of W. S. Kejser & Co. and their long
This was shortly after midnight. The exprience in responsible positions I I J. C. Satterwhite.
tarometer, whica began to fall duringthe Associated Press. there has given them a knowledge of Resolutions Adopted to DisPense -I Reported Cave-In May Re- J. C. Satterwhjte, an employee ot
afternoon was still falling at that HAS BEED REACHEDWILL New York Nov. 16.-Standard Oil the lumber and timber business that I the Jackson Lumber Co. at Lockhart, I
*..ur. stock declined twenty-five points additional ought to count for success now that With Them at sult in Workmen's He stated that W. S. Harlan was man- ,
Temperature Yesterday.The io-day selling at 525. Thisis i they are in business for themselves. I ager of tEe company and had been
maximum temperature yesterday D. W. Burke one of the company, Future Reunions.By during July and /August Witness
a decline of seventy-one points I Death.By }
BE.MADE PUBLIC UNTIL of W. S. Key was operator at Lockhart during
was 67 degrees at 2:20 p. m, NOT f was also in the employ
Monday.ATLANTA
*bile the minimum was 54 degrees at since ser &, Co. for about five years and he t month of July, of this year.
a m. Last year on the same date HEARD BY HERESY has a thorough knowledge of the busi- Associated Press. Witness was handed copies of a
the maximum was 77 degrees and the ness. Gulfport, Miss. NolG.Resolu- Associated Press. number of dispatches which he identified
DEFENDANT. NEGRO is a strong one New York Nov. 16.-A cave-in at as having been received at 4
minimum 56 degrees. The new company tions to dispense with sponsors and
in respect and it should and no the Belmont tunnel on Thirty-fourth Lockhart by him. The copies were
every of honor at reunions of the Uni:
maids street Is reported to .have ,buried
doubt will prove a'very successful or a tissue impressions and witness testi-
BIRMINGHAMATTORNEY\ ( By Associated PreSs. IS ACQUITTEDARRESTED ganization. ted Confederate Veterans were adop-- gang of men to-night. Fatalities are fied that they were direct copies of
New York Nov.16.-decision was I ted today by the United Daughtersof reported but it has bees impossib' the originals. He then read one, upon
reached to-day by the Episcopalcourt the Confederacy in convention here. yet to leach the scene, wblca Is far. request of prosecution, as follows: {

KILLED of review which heard the appeal TUESDAY, INDICTED' The resolutions were Introduced by below the surface.CONDEMNED. Laurel Hill, Fl*. F,
of Algernon S. Crapsey from the,,. FLOOD CRISIS Memphis, who said W. S. Harlan, Lockhart Ala.
of
verdict of the diocese court of western THURSDAY, TRIED AND AC- Mrs. Mason Two, foreigners here from )"
New York which found the clergyman she offered them..in behalf of more NEGRO camp. Shall I stop them. 0111'I'I'
AUTOMOBILE OVERTURNED KILLING guilty of heresy. The decis- QUITTED FRIDAY.By consideration for the veterans.' The JOHN ATWELL i
ion was not made public. It will reunions, she- said, were apparentlyno Deputy Sheriff. 1
HIM AND INJURING first be served on Bishop Walker, then: H HASPASSED S P longer for the" entertainment of the EIGHTS OFFICERSATTACKED This message Satterwhite stated
communicated to the president of the Associated Press. had been delivered to Mr. Harlan la
the entertain-
ANOTHER. but rather for
standing committee of the diocese and i Atlanta, Nov. 16.-Joe Glenn the veterans person. Mr. Harlan directed witness
then to Dr. Crapsey Later it will be:negro charged with criminally as- ment of sponsors and maids of honor. SHERIFF to carry the telegram to Sandor with f
made public.NAPLES. :jsaulting I Mrs. Camp, near this city The Georgia division reported that FURIOUSLY Instructions to wire Atwell to hold
Ey Associated Press. I i(I last Tuesday, was acquitted tonightI Lost From Oregon subscriptions were pouring In for the ON HIS WAY TO THE the men.: The message sent in **
Birmingham, Ala, Nov. 16.-By the SUFFERS _I I Glenn was arrested Tuesday indicted No Lives monument to Keeper Wirtz, of the An- sorer was as follows:
overturning of an automobile causedy who was convictedand SCAFFOLD.By John Atwell Laurel HIIL
by the grand jury Thursday, and dersonvllle prison
the breaking of the steering gear, $600,000.00 FIRE. tried and acquitted to-day. > Floods, But Live StockIs hanged without,trial by the federal Hold them. Start at once f. r
ick Martin a prominent attorney. I authorities and was afterwards vine Laurel HilL W. S. HARLAN.
*-iS+ instantly killed and Divid J. Fox, By Associated Press. INSANITY DODGE In Danger.By dicated. A thousand dollars annuallyis Associated Press. Defense objected to Introduction of
I" well known business man was badly Naples, Nov. 16.-A conflagration is pledged to the Arlington monument Milledgeville Gal, Nov. 16.-Mims the telegrams, the court overruled t
injured today.COTTON raging on the docks here and the.I BEING WORKEDBy Associated Presi.! movement Devereaux a negro was hanged here the objection and an exception TTU
damage is 'so far estimated at six -- Portland Ore., Nov. 16-Reports today for the murder of another negro noted by defense. ,
OPERATORIS hundred thousand dollars. Associated Press. Cowlitz river region to-night situation indicate HE DIDN'T KNOWIT over a card game, several monthsago. Cross Examination. '

UNDER ARREST Birmingham Nov. 16.-At the af-that the crisis of the the flood destruction of WAS,LOADED When the sheriff and the deputy Witness stated that he was In the
COLLISION KILLS ternoon session of the trial of Alex. has passed. While both sides of the entered the cell to escort Devereaux employ of QTe Jackson Lumber Co,
B* Associated Press. Chisholm, charged with embezzlement property Is great on but Associated Press. to the scaffold the negro attacked and that he was paid by them. ne
Buffalo, NOV. l6.-.:-Francis E. Martin -: ONE; INJURES SCORE Dr. Lewis C. Morris, a lo- liven no loss of life lost Is reported Many Birmingham By Ala., Nov. 16.-Sam them furiously and it required a, hard telegram: had been delivered to Mr.
one of the principal figures in the cal expert, testified t at the defend- much live stock is in the hills pcrscmare tonight Taylor eighteen years old. was shot fight to subdue him. Previously Harlan at the mill Witness was em-
Storey Cotton Company failure was By -Associated Press. ant is mentally incapable of proceeding still camping of the refugees and killed by Bessemer Nail last night Devereaux had made an unsuccessful phatic in his statement that Mr. Har-
red< hers: to-night by OStolflce! Pittsburg, Nov. 16.-One man was with the trial, his testimony being although most with a pistol which he thought was attempt at suicide with an Instrument
the of
It::;' ctors. He will 'be'taken to Philadelphia -'' killed and a score injured in a collision directly opposite to the other, two have been able to reach Homes not loaded. Nail In JaiL ,found In his celt (Continued on Page Three.) "'
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several acquaintances of mine that I won or telegraph pole and cannot: pasty

N. O1JT der bas not found Its way Into print lone: avert a collision.**

i before this," said the antolst. as a sort "When did yon experience this fftf.tlr
of windup to the adventures! had been> was asked.

w Ill aVxor'rosec/ relating. They say hat when a man Is "About a month ago. I was going slung\
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i -por her and call and Big11 ; hoar Ton when said-50.*"

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G-' ...i..1PBETENIER8. -;- men flic mad; ;infcfins me she is out sworn If I bad that It been was arrested under 20.I I ebocld was malts!UT';

nearly a mile a minute when I struck a
While from a miss he stole a kiss. In sadness So am I !( wet spot and the machine skidded Son

It needless was "twixt yon and me. thIng went wrong with, the steering leaf

Twas Just a play to do that way- y I yj at the same time and we headed (or.
He might hare bad a dozen free. In fire second 1
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ISOME f IP thought of how I beat a farmer out of
r. rrt a dollar; of how a bank once paid ice
III I- ALWAYS SOME THING. I (5 too much; of how I poisoned mod:

CUBAN GENERALS."I I He Had Thoughts."Do woman' rat; of how I stole a boy'

Going out Into the country on the "So, then," I continued, "taken altogether marbles; of how I lied about a man. sad
train the other day I shared my seat you have come out 'way ahead of spent elx weeks In Cuba last summer you see the man sitting In the of the way I cheated a poor drayman
kith a son of toil and. wishing to know the gamer ," said the sugar machinery man 11''( I Ir street car by the door with. the far-away selling him a horse. All these things;
VI about It, I presently Inquired of him: -Waal. I've made money and I won't from New Orleans, "and among: the look In his eyes?" rose up before me la the five seconds
"Did yea have a pretty good hay crop say I haven't, batHe -" things tint snrpriJ me was the number "Yes I him. He
see was thinking so and I felt ashamed of them and wishedI
of Cuban generals. I was introducedto
Bits year?" hung there so long and looked so deeply that"when the conductor asked for could live to make restitution."
five six and coronets
perhaps, or : majors -
The best for five years" he answered. discouraged over It that I finally asked
"How was wheat him to finish and he shook his bead In lout the generals turned up by the his fare he held out his pocket knife In' fJ "And ;you are now going about and
"Way above the average" a mournful way and continued: score. In a cafe in Havana one evening 1,1 r place of a nickeL Has he trouble on, his squaring ;yourself, being that you lived
"And oats?" "But there are aims drawbacks, you while I wa dialog: with a planter be mind* f "Well, not exactly. Ill ,do that some
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legan pointing to this general and that
know-alias to take off the "He must have. His have a sad
"Mighty big yield. something and kept it up until the lilt had included eyes rr other time. Ton see the machine took a
"And as to potatoes profits about everyone In the room, and he look In them, and the way he bumps np skip at the last second and came tact
"Seems to be a bushel In"every bilL""And "Interest on a mortgage!" wounl up by saying: his'shoulders betrays general dejection. N' zw' Into the road again. I must hang on <,*
corn is pretty fair? "No. The old woman U bound and determined "Ah the world has never seen braver 'if "Perhaps he had a sure-thing on the a narrower escape. JOB KET.JL
"Never raised so much in my life
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to have a new calico dress anda better men. tr races f*
"How the for turnips
"I had was two acres season and the yield was pair of shoes!" "Where did they all come from?" I ."No he does not look like a sport. He TTewere going alone at a clip of
KERB.tnieterlooklcg made bold: to ask. Is at the old with
'1&. JOB now looking woman a OF COIIRSR"This
"Why they "ere made generals for 'lioar.
fifty miles
an
market basket across the aisle but he is
bravery la action, mostly
"But where and whenr* not wondering whether she Is going to buya American Intervention must be
"While Cubs was fighting Spain single- beef bone or a piece of mutton for soup.' drowning or falling from a great height meat for the Cubans.
I banded. Take General Blank over there He Is- not even conscious that there Is an be thinks of all the mean things he ever "Why soT" '

I for lDatanc3. lie" "1. the hero of 21 hard- did In his whole life. It Is the same withan I "Why. there. seems to be so much
I fousht battles. fr antolst when his machine skids and he Bacon In It.**
"But I never read of anT battles during -
that time" I persisted "The fighting -
,... was confined to tklrmlshes: and bushwhacking -
: with & loss of ijess than a
d'wen men at any one time Can it be
that the American press suppressed your Generals turned up by the eore.
great victories! out of spite and Jealousy)" Ft'I :
"Didnt they report that we had won I dI
18 pitched a asked the planter. /
"I am sure lr not." up the press to deceive the people at 1
Nor that, we homblcO Spain in the large, and, this being so, come,over and I .h}
let me Introduce to the five --i.
end r' TOO generals : I _
"Not n humble. sitting at the one table" ; /
"Then the Spanish must have bought JOE KEBR. _

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THESE cars cr ten AJI: arrciEB HAZIrrvrrr
hirer and hump and freeae.old .
A.wwrtAif3 sirs. / -
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woman there. Now he heaves a long
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-I D LML TQ IY-n 7WLLi eyea." St
1 ,a e, l / : LIim-E11VB 1 "It may be that he has trusted some ,.al", Itri

-.e e'T: friend and been betrayed and Is now
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j ,J UlLIIi HOLS3: THE: ECN3Tb thinking of the Ingratitude of human na-
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.4> > PEACT rrr XIG2rLANDQtreTSVDIDG2 "I think It goes beyond that. He would
'wrt '
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Wt VT TfTT TOC3CCS A E'JTJTE Want, swear Instead of sighing."
AMD PCWT1,A LAKE CE :1' "Can It be that he has left a sick wife

N or a dead child at home and must go to,
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1 t, y'r 3 I la Irrrrro-r KATITS's:QTjn ?fI I his.dally toll just the same or lose hisjobr'
ir TKZES:> W;EE THTtirr: LAYI9eIt .

1't 1.CC:{T rev an:rcr AEIIS Ar ntr., "If that were the case, be would be
J ; Y,7xr r l1ILCf 11JLPS Tm: rinu.r:
...', .: -. __ r --- nervous and uneasy. You notice that his
..' -..--- ;-T.E state fs one of apathy. He cares not '
Party; -Oh, thank yoGI Thank you, sir. '" t 1 t who comes or goes. He Is like a man who i
Timid Gentleman-W.what ffforf t I Jh
g J has run up against the Impossible and
Sinister-looking Party-Fer de two-dollar bill I Jest knows yon's ,oln' to give knows he's downed.: :
mel'
1 "But can we do nothing to cheer him
-J up?"

_: THE HOTEL WENT UP. "Not a thing, my boy. He Is one of -

those who pawned his winter overcoat .
last spring and cow wonders how In blazeshe
"I mate It a rule to mind my own bust- 1 t S--n.-
/ Is going to raise the rhino to get it
new and not let people Interfere with I out for wear. It can't be done. It Is
mine" said the man with the big pearl Lever done. It Is a hopeless. Impossible EVIDENCE OF A SENSITIVE EAR.'.
pin as be looked at the three of us seated task, and for the next five months he -

with him In the smoking compartment. must shiver and tump and freeze and Instroctor 'daughter's taste In music Is Improving perceptibly.

"Well 1. what of It r queried the dramoar. remember" the soda water he drank last Welllngton-l- think It. mast be. She'doesn't try to play nearly) as much as abe
summer.
JOE KERB. did.
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"Why X want up In Northern New Torkto I I
sped the Booth! of September fishing IpI pI pIf I ,

and hunting" continued the man. "I preferred f j THE FRESHM4N.. FROM FARM TO COLLEGE.w
that month to an earlier AM. The i
betel was to keep open until the middle ,
of o.tt<*r. I found only three other .
ft*** than, and I went to bd :og-tired .
W be aroused at midnight\ by a choking
.. stnaatlos. I got out of berl to find my
room fell of smoke. and the fire did about
flOO worth of acage before we could Iy
pat It out. As I was the one to discover 9 :
It first I thought to get a word of praise e, I
from the lahdiord. On the contrary, he
was tlcm and grumpy. Two nights later
there was fire again but this time la the .a / f/1 1
other end of the house This set me to

jcratchlzg my ear and thinking, tat before IBJHe
I had solved the pusal there wu a i;
third fire. W. put It out. as we had done 1 / I) I It
r CM otters, but when I arose in the morn- was clam and __-.7.
tag I called for my but and departed""The

hotel had enemies ell?** -And---."
"It might have bad but the idea dUnt "And It was burned to the ground threenights
; strife Die" after I left. However as I said at
"But Ton were smut with av Idea. _.fvorle the beglnoing1t's none of my business and
..rt7""Oh. I yes. Tbv hotel hadn't paid dnrlftg locations I caught one fish while I WIll
,the SKJJ..Cid WILl car-jring a big ia- there, aaA I suppose I ought to be satisfied y y r
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THE PENSACOLJ.JOURNAL., SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 1906. _PAGE THREt47 '

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. MESSES TEll' OSCAR R -SANDQR S I Gained Ten Pounds in Two Weeks





- ''ziNOV ; STORY Of. THE MAN N [ROM -- -- -' -- ( .... ::'-- vile away B.CooperolScotts-, from.Ark.,180 who pounds wasted to



150 poundsinafew

Hiram: HUNGARY I--- _- \ ,months, praises Duffy's

backchestsadahoulders.warin : I Pure Malt Whiskey for
Keep your ,

(Continued 'from; .First Page.) and you'll be Pq1; restoring his health.

MBER4tI:1 warm all over. : required onlytwobot":1::1:1tSa
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directed that Sandor wire that Character .Sketch of An .
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the Cold-damp-raw.:.days an' '
Cl OTlHI men be held. Mr. Harlan alsc ; ties ,to effect a cure and
directed witness, to call the carol .
up
mighty uncomfortable and -
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: ITa I and find out about the men. and wit portantWit. .: csaon, the- ..Increase his weight 10
sometimes dangerous; s'- 'J. ... ,'. .
ness had done { "
z it icjj John so..Atwell. Peonage se. ; ii':; ".;: pounds, according to his

John Frost King and Frost -
Atwell a Walton county deputy own statement, written
sheriff residing at Laurel .HiK:
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j was then called. He stated that he Queen Chamois Vests who Oscar has S.figured Sandor more, one-or or,less the promi-men : -.- f' ::.::..."- .> June 6, 1906, which follows '-
was a deputy during June and Ju1;> .
in the
'nently cases against
of this year. Atwell was asked if he wQl keep you warm-and protect yoa.Better the,Jackson Lumber JCo.,employeesof of Lockfcart : -

had seen two foreigners pass throug! than ao overcoat-and cheaper.; Ala.. charged with "peonage and --- We
; as a -
Laurel Hill I : During my seventeen years
is the month about July 20 or 21 and
This counsel for defense objected. The We have aU sizes and colors. : conspiracy commit peonage, is a man of general merchandise I have lost
Hungarian and, according to his own time until recently,
'I about six months only
the and the coufl overruled the objection and defense
fl-ith turkey CRYSTAL PHARMACYAgents statement, he is ready to fight a duel when I contracted a severe attack of bronchitis -
noted an exception. with any man who even intimates which made feel as though I had
'hankful feeling on top. Judge Swayne instructed witness for Whitman's Candles... f' I me \I
that he is an Austrian. Sandor has consumption.
But fullness.can't that he was not compelled to answer seen a good deal of the world, having -' C"I. had been bothered with a slight toUghfor'
keep any question that. might incriminate Just Received.Imported touched the high spots in his native ..' -- .- ) eight or nine months. I lost in weight,
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warm-clothing is I him.Witness Macaroni. Sweet Oil, Cheeses. country, in many parts ,of the continent from 180 to 150 pounds. Mydoctorrecommended -
you admitted receiving a telegram Dill Pickles, Sauer Kraut Mackerel. Cod '
the
England and New York before Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey as
needed. The kind that from Lockhart La regard to Fish Bread., Pigs French Feet Navy Spanish Bread Onions Everything Pilot coming south to take apposition with / I / \ best cure for consumption, so I decided to

some men. He did not nave the fresh and new. the Jackson Lumber Co-: ,' He has been try it, and after using two bottles sweetened -
counts is the kind that telegram, as it was not; his customto Witch Hazel- $1.00 per gallon. in .this country for about eleven with rock candy, I gained tea pounds
preserve such telegranfe. The telegram Marine Grocery Company. months and has been employed as in two weeks.
discounts the weather.We asked him to stop two men. V. J. VIDAL Manager. naval stores clerk and interpreter by # "It certainly does all the doctor told me
Witness had seen the men the same the company for about six or seven ( it would do, and is the most effective tonic
have studied every day before receiving the telegram. months. and stimulant I have ever taken. The doc

of I'After its receipt witness went.to see Florida and Alabama In his native country where- the law tor had me order some of it for his patients,
condition clothing, the two men coming up with them requires that every'man shall serve in I so you can see what he thinks of it." I I
about 7 miles away. They were traveling LAND Respectfully yours,
.ust om and climate. I south along a road. Witness COMPANY the After army leaving Sandorwas Hungary a he lieutenant.went to ._ _ _ _ _ J. B. COOPEi.Duffy's .

in and be I spoke to the two mea "and they M&. 3. B.COOP2R. ,.
Come you'll Manufacturers of London where he was.,engaged in
stopped. Before going after the men aad Dealers In business for several years, comingto
thankful.CTANDARDfLOTHINGTO.. witness' had wired the company askIng LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHIN- New York'as. stated. about eleven Malt Whiskey !
Pure
I if he should stop them. Witnesswas aLES AND KILJI'DRJED: SAP. months ago. -:-
I handed a copy of a telegram and When Sandor reached New York

e I I asked if it was the one he had sent. he touched only In the highest placesas is an absolutely pure, gentle and invigorating stimulant and tonic, It builds up the nerve
him and he said it' would. This
Defense was '
I objected objection over- he" had letters recommendation tissues, tones up the heart, gives power to the brain, strength and elasticity to the muscles '1
the time witness had
ruled and exception noted. oqly stopped that gave him a standing with the bet- and richness to the blood. It brings into action all the vital forces, it makes .4,
" ESENDING.J Witness identified the telegram as anybody but it was not the, only request ter class of people. He lived high fora digestion perfect and enables you to get from the food you eat the nourishment it con 4 -
the one he had sent When he came to stop men that he had re while, but finally fiis funds having tains. It is invaluable for overworked men, delicate women and sickly children. It .' 1

up with the men there were two men ceived. become exhausted secured a position .strengthens the system, is a promoter of good health and longevity makes the old young .
lQ In a buggy about 25 yards in the rear. When Gallagher came up with the in the south through the influence of and keeps the young strong. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is a form of food already .
One of the men overtaken could talka buggy he had two dogs with him witness friends. This is his own statementof digested it contains no fusel oil and is the only whiskey that.is recognized as a medicine. 1

little English and while witness thought they were bulJdogs. the case.Sandor This is a guarantee. -

. GOLF CITY COFFEE CO., was talking to the men. Witness had seen no warrant or is rather 'I tall and about as Sold by all druggists and grocers, or direct, In sealed bOttles only; < ;
The district attorney asked who the process of any court to arrest the sized stalk. His
e H. P. CHIPMAN, Manager. large as a good cane
. :men in the buggy were and defense meD and had asked for'note. I features are rather peculiar, his nose never in fculfc. Price $1. Insist on the genuine, sad see that the"Old
Roasters, Blenders and:! Shippers of again objected and again Defense moved to strike out the i and 1 1
a i was. overruled being especially large and his eyes Chemist" trade-mark is on the labeL Beware of refilled bottles
noting an exception. Judge testimony (witness .relative to the rather smalL His face is long and __ ;
aat Fine CoffeesOUR I Swayne ttfen expressed his views acts of Mr. Gallagher. Objection lean and indicates a man' of quick and spurious malt whisfcey substitutes offered for sale by unreliable dealers. -j

ata COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL with reference to the evidence necessary overruled by the court. Defendants. violent temper who probably never They are positively! harmful acd7E1 not cure. Medical booklet and doctors JJ
to establish' conspiracy, granted an exception. think of what he is about to
I GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL! say- stops to N. Y.
of I log that the widest lattitude was allowable Crocs E mination. I do until after an act has been com- advice free. Duffy Kal!? Whiskey.., Rochester,

in--such .case.. Witness stated that be nad been I mitted and wfio would then try to carry -
SCARRITT MORENO.SAFES : Defense objected; to a statement of twice requested to stop- m n. The I out the impression that he was LEWIS BEAR CO., DISTRIBUTERS. i

OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.Agent the court to the.effect that the court first request was made br,:!Ir. Porter, right, willy nilly -
-'S4 for Diebold! Safe and Lock Co., disagreed with attorneys Tor defense, .bookkeeper of the Jason Lumber Up at the camp Sandor Is well I I
'a Office and Salesroom Canton.-Ohio.23 E. Gov. St. but was turned down with the statement Co. Two men came along. and wit thought of. but it is said that he lovesto Yesterday Mr. E. S. Xash, the president ing Company. The vice president Dr. Thomas spent some time las *
: that the court did not believe ness: wired Mr. Harlan, but .did not tell of the important position that of the Patterson-Downing Co., Mr. J. F. C. Myers, is at present vice summer at Pensacola Tallahassee,
and the of. the of the S. P. Shotter Com and Jacksonville gathering materialfor
president
a, defense1 was entitled to object to a stop the men. When witrie'ss."receiv- was.his in the old country and about new com president
4'Il DAILY TOWEL SUPPl.Y. conversation between the court and ed the telegram he went after the the landed-estate 'of,his relatives so pany, made to a representative: of the pany. The treasurer, ilr .George AL this stU'Jy.! In the course of his
...RUNYAN'S ROLLERS... attorneys for defense. men. Mr. Gallagher and anotherman well that the Lockhatt; crowd christ Morning News an authoritative statement Boardman is vice president and i investigations he has found some very

- A CLEAN; TOWEL EVERY DAY, Witness stated that he had been came up before witness reachedthe ened him "Count de Kacfciak: ," a nicS- on the subject.Deal treasurer of the S. P. Shotter Con interesting n-atter and some that is
$1.03: PER! MONTH. talking to the men for some time men. Witness and Gallagher name that refuses tb be lived down. on Some Time. pany. of great importance in tne History of
Phone 848-2 rings. M. G. RUNYAN. I If this paragraph should
The the state.
Paterson-Downing Companyand
Pen sa coa. Florida.SOMETHING when one of the parties In the buggy talked about some men.. Gallagherhad Sandor is of a nervous dispositionand Mr. Nash stated that the retire-
said something bout two men the of the two the the S. P. Shotter -Company have come to the notice of any old citizens
a walked up and said the men were I is almost constantly on move. men companies and
-- stealing a watch. When: the party him been in the naval stores business for who can help out in the matter, either
not the ones they were looking for. i It is almost an Impossibility taking over of their affairs by the
n NEW The man was armed, having a pistol came' ug! with the two foreignersGJUlagfeer to keep quiet a, iniqufe at the time American Naval Stores company had many years, and are perhaps the two through papers in their possession or
Ecld.fne;! afjffiiis, 25 and 30c per piir in his hand, and the men talking with told witness he did not and even on the witness stand he been: in process of arrangement and most widely known exporters In --> by personal recollectlpns, be will be
w. Atwell to be frightened. kaow them. Witness: stated that it shifts his position: : antly. He 13 development for several months past country. They are large buyers in glad to hear from them.
A. G3henb3ck! ; 218 S. Palafoi St appeared
Savannah market and exercise Professor Rolfs and Dr. Berger, of
the a
the custorm of in willing -
with was turpentinemen not particularly affable, although and that on Nov. 30 the two companies -
When the man:; a pistol came up absent
the men walked on toward the buggy. the vicinity of Laurel Hill to carry to talk when approached, and would retire from business and i potent influence in the shaping of the Experiment Station are
at home and abroad.UNIVERSITY this week attending the meeting of
COTTRELL I prices
FINE Gallagher was one of tuose in the revolvers. They weffe earned openly. when in conversation is a bundle of go into liquidation.In States Station .
PHOTOGRAPHS. the Southern Experiment
be Pensacola. buggy and had kicked one of the men On redirect examination 1itness'stated nerves constantly' moving .in some pursuance of this plan, said Mr.' works at Baton Rouge, La. The
r'la.
twice after apparently feeling for a toot he was in the buggy manner. v Nash, some weeks ago a charter was OF most of discussionwill
gun. One of the foreigners "looked with Gallagher when the men were Sandor is bright and is said to be obtained in West Virginia for the organizing important topics
be the cotton boll weevil and
TURTON 6. B'LL like he had a pistol in his pocket," overtaken. The foreigners were not an excellent clerk. -H*is well educated of an exporting house under FLORIDA NOTES the Texas fever tick.Press
Kodak PIICIOGRAPI3ERS .. f8'l1 but witness did not attempt to disarm 'searched by either he or Gallagher. and it is evident that he is a gen- the name of the American Naval
Supplies. Finishing tor Amaiwirs. him. Witnass'told the men it-would be bet- tleman *to the manor born," but one Stores Company for the purpose ol Bulletin Number 61 of the

When this trouble occurred Gallagher ter if the men would go back and who Is out of his sphere somewhat In doing a general naval stores business Gainesville, Fla, Nov. 16.-Dr. David Experiment Station, entitled Spray.
R. K. WHITE. started for the buggy and sal work out their debt if they owed any a lumber camp. This company will purchase the business Y. Thomas, professor of historyand ing of Beds, by Professor H. S. Faw
political science of the universityof celt has just come from tile
press
,thing. and properties of the S. P. Shot-
Y.atchmsker. he going, back home. Witness
Manutacturan1iewelar. and Graduate was TO CURE COLD IN ONE DAY Florida has been asked by the and is now being mailed to those
( Julius Rhodes.Julius ter Company and the Paterson-Down-
pl1 tan.30 S. Palafox Street Pensacol. Fla. told tile two foreigners that they BROMO Quinine Tab-
LAXATIVE
I Take Carnegie Institution Washington to whose names are on the mailing list
Rhodeswho testified ing Company.As .
could get in the buggy and ride with on lets. Druggists eefundmoney if It fails
Gallagher if they wanted to. Wit- Thursday was recalled alter a five to cure. E. W. GROVES signature is on already stated tne president of write a chapter on the History pf It will be'lif Interest to all who have '
ness came up with the buggy again minute recess and stated. uiat: he had each box. 2iic. the new company will be Mr. E. S. Banking in Florida for Dewey's Financial practical work in that klffd of bus,
Told .
Tersely before it reached Laurel Hill whereit seen Atwell on the day-t e.wais,going The phone of the Riera Shoe Co. is Nash, president of the Paterson-Down- History of the United States. ness. t tt

had stopped as one of the men in search of two men. Atwell was I 1532. It ,
J. M. Crigler and P. N. Spann of ,No.
claimed to have lost some working for witness on that day and
money.
Jlarianna, were in the city yesterdayon
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business.Mr. Witness drove right on and went was excused for part of the day. Gal-
home. lagher and another man passed
M. Jacoby, of Pensacola, was Witness went after the men in a through that day and asked for At- '.
amccg! the visitors to our city this buggy and was accompanied part of well. They returned with two men DIG COMPANIES -
"eek.-Marianna Times Courier. Ihe way by his brother Henry-both one in the seat with-him and anotheron :

Leon G. Aymard the newly appointed returned to Laurel Hill at the same the back of the Jbuggy.
city clerk, assumed office Defense moved to strike out the k, I

yesterday relieving: C. E. Merritt, and. time.Witness stated that he was-paid $5 testimony of Mr. Rhodes and was I RETIRE ON U. .? I
spent a busy day, being present at for something but he couldn't say overruled by the court. An exception I TO ,
h 0 board meetings to. record.the pro- what for. Gallagher when he drove! to the ruling was allowed. T
ceedings. off asked witness if $5 would pay; Joseph Kovach.
Joseph Kovach, a foreigner ,testified -

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Highest in quality but in the reach he was employed at the campsof NOVI301 ,
cf Blue Ribbon Lemonnd the Jackson Lumber'
everybody- Co., during -
Vanilla. Absolutely pure go ,SE I E l ) EMAR : July. He knew Mr. Hilton and. identified ? r"

ice as far and the "Blue Ribbon him as one of the defendants _
Flavor" is perfection. Ask for the Hilton was one of the bosses and
Z:,c. size. had charge of the men at the camp. The Savannah News says The
Witness was asked if, while he was two largest exporters of naval storesin .11

Thanksgiving Poultry. I tr at the camp anyone was arrested and the trade-the Paterson-Downing

Turkeys Ducks, Chickens etc., Ed. brought back. Defense objected and Company and the S. P. Shotter Com-
M Pooley, Corner Chase and DeVll- was overruled by the court_ and an exception pany-will retire from business on

!tiers street Pohne 1121. 15novlw Witness noted.was employed at the turpentine Nov. 30 and go into voluntary liquid- \ 4.t.vrLkr J 1' I' I Ip..cffs

Obelisk Flour has all the camp and was asked if he ation. / tGts GerUy! ;' I
I ever saw anybody whipped by Hilton. The business of the two companieswill
merits of all other good flour Defense again entered a vigorous objection be taken over by the American tcts'

and! merit of its own besides.The the question of jurisdiction Naval Stores Company, recently In- ea.SAt\.tly:
being raised as if any offense was
committed it was not in the state of corporated under the laws of West t 4 )
phone of the Riera Shoe Co. is 4: ; ; &l"\eti'cially..
No. 3r,32. It Florida. The court again stated that Virginia for the purpose of doing a 1" ,
testimony regarding general condi- general naval stores business. This { La.xaive. "
ctS'
s a. 1't
The Best Ch'ldren's Present for a Little tions at the camp was admissible and will purchase the business trvily
Money. overruled the objection of defense. An company
v.",..I'',.i."nhscriptton ur Christmas to Th present Youth's is Com-a exception was granted. and the properties of the S. P. Shot- ':: ;- 7 I ,e : -7'/ .Syrup of Figs appeals to the cultured and the

l*"on. %,.? give as much In good reading Witness stated that he had not ter Company and of the Paterson- :7\ / VI / -:: well-informed and to the healthy, because its
ast i *'- twenty 400-page novels! or seen anybody whipped but had \
seen Company.The wholesome
Downing and
: simple J
h- >x "fstory' or travel or biography men made to work. He knew / ,- I component parts are ,
G"- sUng J1.50 a volume. Korr' Registered Stagen officers of the new companywill / Cfy 2t .. : e1.mcF and because it acts without disturbing they
Radic another
if.-: \ quantity at the cost of qual- U.S..PaL Office foreigner, and stated .
It\ '1. f nOre than half a century the that Radic did not want to work because be: President E. S. Nash; vice- (:? natural functions, as it is wholly free from

i':* '"' "' !.>t renowned have been, most contributors entertain-to It Stands for the Finest the bosses did not treat him president J- F. C. :Myers; treasurer, .2 : al $ every: objectionable quality or substance. In J'

T. npanion.: / 'ra You need never fearths. right. Mr. Hilton and the cook had George :M. Boardman; secretary, C..J. I .-. : i the process of manufacturing figs are used, as r
Th. Companion will be InapproL told Radic if he would not work he P. Shotter will be medicinal -
S.
l '"" unwholesome. The boy. the Cocoa in the World would get what the others had DeLoach. :Mr. I ... t\ they are pleasant to the taste, but the
fir, ,. ry other member of the family ceived." Radic however re chairman of the board of directors of ( ; ::-'. a :ha I virtues of Syrup of Figs are obtained from.
,
*' isDO was only *
Insist in it. There and will thus be actively
,oth, present upon a share costing so little that Made by a scientific blending threatened and then went to work. the new Identified company,with Its interests. lt "Zi.Qai. lie t 1 an excellent: combination of plants known to f
gos( !;tr. Mr. Hilton had a revolver in his .t.ifl i be medicinally laxative and to act most bene I
O"' r.. the yearly sub- of the best 'the new company was organizedwith \a
irt of $1.75 Cocoa beans 4
"'rlp'Jot! price the publishers ,send to grownin pocket at the time and the cook hada a capital and surplus of $1,750- -- -a f ficially. To get its beneficial effects-buy ,
the nw subscriber The Companions the the result of gun in his hand. Witness had not the
tropics- the enuine manufactured by
Ff>'I1I.. ., Hanging Calendar for 1907. seen Hilton whipping anyone but had 000. -
Savannah.The j1
Office in
u ion.iphed in twelve colors and gold. Head
andubl'l'rfptton certificates for the fiftyissues 126 years of f succeesfuiendeavor. seen another boss whipping a man. A head office of.the new companywill
ho -of the )'ear's'olume..- boss by the name of Angel picked upa be in Savanmah, the main officesof '. -. .. :- ? !i.5'( A -
Fall of The revolver-
illustrated announcement ,

jampu-uompanion,:ories for of 1J07 the paper will to be any sent address with A PERFECT FOOD Defense objected to the testimonyand having the been Paterson-Downing heretofore in New Company Yort- Et1t SYRvP ((
moved to strike it out. Objection This will insure to this port the continuance ) ? n
.fulwribers who get new subscriptions A ff** Highest Awards InTO overruled and an exception of its prominence as the
11111! )
re market
'" special awards- Send for Informa world's naval stores 1
Angel drew a revolver and after time past there have
new and handsomely Illustrated For some
nTIE YOUTH'S coiiPAJnoN, wards picked stick hit the effect -
nt Recipe Book sent free. up a and a been reports in circulation to
Berkeley Mass.
Boa
Street Qa. man named Joe Jotl
son and made that the two export houses N. ? ,-' For sale fcy aa leading Pregglats,Jfl orijtsal package only,tearing tie ft4

Thanksgiving Poultry. WALTER- BAKER & co. Ltd him, go to Cross work.Examlnalion.SBtiresj named and interest would was retire widespread from business among tame ol ttd Compuy. I,

,. Turkeys, Ducks, Chickens, etc. Ed. DOR HE81'EII. MASS.! stated that. after being hit, the trade and among.the business In- -
Peok "
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DAILY WEEKLY. SUNDAY. DELIVERYROUTE PROGRESS

; PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY


t ...BY... Everything in this Store Goes at and BELOW COST

I THE JOURNAL COMPANY. The Tradesman's Weekly 1


\r"l Review of New Indus Sale continues until everything is ,gone.
FBANK .L. MA YES, President and General Manager ;
[\
tries in the South.
!riMEMSER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. Went Into Effect Yesterday.
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SUBUCRIPTION RATES Herbert P. Carro Appointed 16.The
Chattanooga, Tenn. Nov. i

f .a.tII' __ ..w.,...-.",00 One Month .. .. ..... .. 45 establishment ,of, new industries in'' JO New Domestic The'best'machine
.1 e1JJz Months -T"..... .. 2 50 One Week.. :.,".. .. .. ;. 10 Carrier.Rural the south continues right merrily, .
'7tiytee"JRatsrbs..1 25 W *kly.Edition, per -ear.41 COIk with no perceptible flagging as the made--noted for
holidays approach. Herewith is" givena Sewing Machines at light

free delivery route No. 2, list of the new concerns projectedIn
toftr' i>'letssac.la Atotrsjtaper From Which a Detailed which had been planned by the post- the southern states during the .

Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. office department and announced week ending to-day as compiled from actual cost. running.

some weeks since, >..-zs commenced reports received by the Tradesman.

yesterday morning, and will furnisha Among those which are most heavily ...... .....

J ...J........ .... U Papers Sal en Train delivery service to a large territory capitalized Alabama are a power company in in
... .. -o1lct15Ol I which is well populated. includ an investment company
and at all News Stands. ing Delta, Escambia and other towns Arkansas, a cotton and woolen mill In

In that section Georgia mines and coal company ln- Lot of nice Lace Curtains at and below cost.
Louisiana,
Herbert P. Caro was appointed car- Kentucky, sugar mill in
OMleet-Igwstll Bi'MIng-Corner lntendnoia and DaLuna StsPENSACOLA rier for the new route and went out manufacturing company in Mlssislppi 'Hat Racks Chiffonieres
:yesterday morning. He was accom I light and fuel company in MIsonri, Bedroom Suits, Sideboards. and

panted on his first trip by .Assistant electric light and fuel company in
:< FLORIDA, SATURDAY MORNING,. NOVEMBER 17 1906.Hearst's 'I Pastmaster Tippin, and returned in I I Missouri, electric power company and Couches also a nice line of Reed, ,and Oak Rockers, Straight

the afternoon with a good collection I cotton mill in North Carolina mining ,
of mail, although many or the persons -i I and construction companies in Oklahoma Chairs Sofas Dining Tables Lamps Toilet Sets Pictures s
en out the ,
Platform a Sane separate papers accordingto who are to be'benefitted by the i cotton waste company in Tennessee ,

Democratic Expression.Last each their month dates were but recovered the bound uninjured.files for new boxes route in position.have not These yet placed however their,1 i companies, cotton company and textile in Texas plant lumber in- Wardrobes, .Iron Beds, Mirrors Clocks, Cots., Centre Tables,


candidates Monday On evening the New the York victorious state Fortunately accident no-Mobile one was Register hurt throughthe .will residents be placed are happy in a few over days receiving as the i I Ii working Virginia,plant steel in company West Virginia and The iron etc. Ten rolls of Japanese Matting at cost. Three Felt

The Register does not state what i the daily service In this connection complete list is as follows: <
democratic ticket tendered a dinnerin caused this unusual I i Mattresses at cost
accident to its Assistant Postmaster Tippin requests Alabama. ,
honor of William Randolph Hearst, lies, but those who have read it regu- I that all have their nmes on I Birmingham-$5.000 land company;

the head of the ticket who went downin arly will have no difficulty in attribut the boxes, so that the carrier can be flO.OO development company.

defeat, but whose great fight en- ing the catastrophe to the strain on guided by these addresses In deliver Mobile-$10,000 land company. I Lot of Baby Buggies and Go-Carts at a sacrafice, Two loads :Bookcasesand
Gadsden-$10,000 company.
I ing maiL power
abled the balance of the ticket to be '
elected In speaking to the guests at the shelving caused by Editor Craighead's The postoffices which were to have. Gum-Cotton gin. I, Writing Desks. A few pieces.second hand furniture, at your own price.
heavy-weight editorial pages. been discontinued with the establIsh-] Arkansas.
this dinner, Mr. Hearst said! ment of the Texarkana Overall factory., J
Hereafter, either the file compartment route have not yet been .
I am proud also, to think that the discontinued and will not be, although :Monticello-Saw mill. .
cause we fought for won some successin should be braced or Editor the star route between Delta Ft. Smith-$100,000. Investment com I Come early and get your pick." Look for sign: "CLOSINGOUT"SALE.."

1 this campaign, and will win complete Craighead should lighten up. and Escambia has been discontinued. pany. -
I success later on. I am just assure Little Rock-Lumber milL :'
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that this partial victory foretellsa In the trial of Young Chisholm, of if1K 'f.r"t.H ?l k I'H<:t X Georgia. j

I greater victory I am that the first Birmingham, who got away with I Atlanta-$250,000 engine brake com-I

faint flush of dawn foretells the full $100,000 of money belonging to the NEWS AND VIEWS pany. Fisher Furnitllfo douse

i glory or the day. First National Bank of which he was FROM STATE PAPERS. 7.1 Rome-$100.000 cotton and woolen
Our demands are simply that the milL ] ,
cashier, and who lost the most of that
great public service corporations shall 7f-'$ --7 ? :t :Macon-$20000 lumber mill j
not include our government among money in bucket shop speculation the Dublin-$25,00 lumber company.

their assets or carry our public servants defense introduced an insanity expert Sporting Prom the Editors. Dawson-Lime works.RockmartHosiery \ Phone, 983. 138-140 E. Intendencia Street.pany. .
their rolls. number of Tampa Bay mill.
upon private pay who testified that the defendant was
Our demands are simply that the Hotel ads. now going the rounds of Kentucky.Louisville -
mentally defective, in that he had
principles of the Declaration of Inde- the press we presume that almost I -$30,000 packing plant; i
pendence and of the constitution shall an exaggerated idea of his business every editor in Florida will spend elevator company; box factory.PembrokeDevelopment ----

be taken seriously and applied liter- ability involving cotton future deals. some time at that hotel while at the company. I.i..............0.OeNNd+..................... .I

ally; that the government shall be It should not have required an insan- fair.-Dunnellon Advocate. Pikeville-$5,000 coal company. :Mendota-Telephone system. -

controlled and conducted by the majority for the of benefit the citi-of ity expert to demonstrate that-the Senator Wilson Improving.We Madison ville Louisiana.- ines. 'Lynchburg Alendrla-IOOOOO-Brick worRs manufacturing :
zone,
the whole people rather than for the I fact Is self-evident Young Chisholm, are glad to learn of the Improvement Mark-Sugar mill. coin any. I [ AMUSEMENTS: ] I

I special advantage of any particular i however is not the only man who has of HOD C. C. Wilson, of Royal-$5,000 telephone system. Christiansburg-Canning factory. .

( class. an abnormally developed idea of his Bartow, one of Florida's best men.May Mississippi. Suffolk-Gas plantStrasburg$100,000 "

Our demands are simply that the capabilities in that direction. I. : he be restored to perfect" health. Gulfport-Saw mill. textile plant .

corporations while allowed to conduct ; Dunnellon Advocate. Brookhaven-$50,000 manufacturing iNorfoik-$125,000 brick works; $25.- .......+..+ +.. .+..+++...+....+.+.++....+++++.+*"

their business with perfect freedomfor The Journal tomorrow will conformto Rather Ambiguous ? company. _. 000 car. and locomotive woras; $%5.-
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their own interests as long as they the usual standard which it Missouri.I 000 manufacturing company; $25,000
do not interfere with the rights of I I long it is the whipped dog that yelps, St. Louis-Development company; cotton company. _
others.shaD not be allowed' to con: since set for Its Sunday edition. In and one in particular is doing a lot land company; $200,000 packing com- F1ncastle-$10OO creamery.

trol our politics and debauch our elee, no other city of Pensacola's size in of yelping in Miami at presntyelpsthat pany; $30,000 laundry; $7.500 development West Virginia. Ii _
I Iw-1
torate. the south is there a newspaper which are amusing, if not interesting to company; $6,000 automobile Charleston $400000 steel com _

Our demands are simply that: the begins to equal the Sunday edition the public. Curs are the most com company; $2,000 oil and mining com- pany; $100,000 oil and gas company. I )4J $'
trusts shall not break the laws and mon, worthless breed of dogs, but pany.Joplin$150,000- Parkersburg-$100.000 iron work _
buy immunity; that the legitimate development which The Journal has recently been this one is a degree or two' below mining' company ing plant; $15,000 shoe factory. i Y t

of organization and combination getting ont common.Miami Metropolis. $30.000 mining company; mines; con Huntington-Foundry. i

shall redound to the benefit centrating mill; $60,000 mining com- Fenwlch--$50,000 lumber company. .
1 t tf +tdtli ll 1.. &yiR i Federal Court In Key West.
of the people and not to their injury pany.
through trust extortion and trust op Judge James \V. Locke, Clerk E. Ca.rthage-$5OOO supply company.. Button ""I
7. PRESS COMMENT ON ."J. 0 Wve, assistant
District
fuel
pression.I Attorney Kansas,City-$500vvU light and Buttons are certainly as ancient as
9F DRAINAGE DEFEAT. I' R. P Marks *
'i.tC and Crier H. H.
when these ideas are Eyles.
know that company. the siege of Troy in the ninth century
thoroughly understood they will meet officials of the United States Court, Independence- $10,000 manufacturing ,
S.'l-MH H- .- r Southern .before our era for. both in that unfor
and will not $H"I District of Florida, who
with complete approval company. tunate city and at Mycenae, Dr. Schlie-
have been in the city since last Tues- rod
anarchis com
"or lightning
considered dangerous $15.000
be Graham-
I Madison far Drainage.The day awaiting steamer for Key West mann discovered objects of gold, silver I
tic. but will be recognized as Just
and patriotic. defeat returns of the thus far, Indicate the will leave to-night for that city and SOUTHERN pany. INDUSTRIES TWO .... and bronze" which could have had no
drainage amendmentThe on Monday morning wil convene fue Concentrating: mills other use than that of buttons. In
constitute a Saeoxie-
These few remarks Recorder is
proud to chronicle fall term of the United States Court North Carolina. mediaeval times the clothing of the
platform in themselves platformthat the fact that Madison county again there.
-Miami
Metropolis" Roanoke Rapids-$200,000 electric common people was generally fastened i tf 1Itt + + !
the vital records a majority on the people'sside ti'p'
primary principles
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expresses i of an important Issue.-Madison To Quit 'Cussing. power plantSanfordLight with wooden pegs of the type and formof i F. '
1 I for which the democratic party Record. and power plant. I those resorted to In emergenciesby
A Berkley, Cal., man has invented a Falls-$1,000 cotton mill;
is fighting and which designates the new which Granite the country boy of the present day. Th
Pardoning, Board Ignored. language has no swearwords $40,000 lumber company. Buttons covered with cloth were
chief issues that confront the in prohibited
country Gainesville .
SunQuail v
lumber companY I _
The state pardoning board has been Rockmgham-$25,000 by George I. in 1720.to encourage ; _
today.Mr. ignored 'during the excitement of the .
Scarce. implement the manufacture of metal buttons..
Hearst may have been defeatedfor drainage campaign Bartow Record. Washington $SOOOO
The next Florida legislature should

governor of New York, but the so- Polk Anti-drainage. pass a law prohibiting the shootingof company.Charlotte$100,000 machine works: I 1..pleS..

called democrats who accomplishedhis The total vote cast in the county quail for the next two years. Re brick works I ""Mother" says the doubting wife, "1 Jjjf-

his will hardly dare to attack will probably not exceed 600. The ports from many sections of the state LenoIr-$6Ooo buggy factory. do not believe Henry Is all that he

the truthfulness or the soundness of drainage amendment is defeated bya say they are becoming scarce. They Wilmington $15,000 bottling should be."

the principles on which he made his little less than 100 majority in Polk should be given a chance to Increase. works. '"What is wrong with him now, :_ !y7 S
Miami
county. The vote in Bartow was 162 News bction-l50OOO development -
fight and which he so eloquently but ; !Lum Agnes? A short time ago yen were
31 for and 92
plainly voices in the above address. the regular democratic against nominees drainage.were All Having a Good Time. company. Oklahoma._ complaining that he stayed out too late yY+Y
number of of nights. Is he staying out later than
Quite a the state
t of course elected.-Bartow Courier- papers mining company.
Lawton-$1000
{{ Various provisions of the Illinois InformantLee will no doubt be late this weekElections Shawnee-$1,500,000 mining company evert""So. } W I

primary election law are declared to Carnivals! ] and Receptionsare : He spends every evening at ; ,,t .

be unconstitutional in People v. Board With the Governor.It some of the causes.-Lake Butler Guthrie $5000,000 construction home now. and really that looks to me

i of Commissioners of Chicago, 77I appears that Lee was the only Star. ,Oklahoma City-$5,000 telephones as though he had something on his con.-
'
county in the first drainage district ; w
>stem; $100000 gram and elevator science.! -Life. zm9Pi
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Northeastern
Reporter 321.
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prot that gave a majority vote for the $25000 toilet npany. ..iw'n
company; "
t vision that in a senatorial district adoption of me whole constitutional manufacturing 21f'
and
To Make-Toilet; Soap. Bliss-$50.000 pump Iaerednlon.y but 01'1.1.
consisting of two counties not more amendment All other counties in the ,
To make toilet soap dissolve one box company. I Father (at head of stairs-Ethel, A
than two persons of tne same politicali district voted-against the amendment in half of Ring*ood-$5,000 telephone sys
Miami Metropolis. of concentrated lye a gallon tvhat time is>it? Ethel (in drawing
party, 'that Is, one candidate for senator rain water. Melt five pounds of clean tem. I room)-It's a quarter past 10, father. .1' .

s and one for representative shall Awaiting Developments.So lard or tallow. When about milk South Carolina. I I Father-All right Don't forget to tart }r'
Columbia-$0,000 lumber company.;
be nominated from any one county, is far as the people at large haveto warm pour your cold lye in Tery slowly manufacturing company.Tennessee. .- the clock again after the young mangoes rr' t {

I held in conflict with the constitutional da with "dreenage" the questionwas and stir it rapidly says Woman's Life. $50,000 I, out to get his breakfast-Stray ,

settled in Tuesday's election. Add one ounce of oil of sassafras or OOOO cotton' waste I Stories.
What else the politicians will do withit Memphis $ i iI
other Pour I
serf-1 1 any perfume you fancy.
J remains to be seen.-Starke Tele company. AL. ,H. WILSON, IN HIS NEW PLAY, "METZ IN THE ALPS
into a box a foot cover air tight I I
Ideate of the district. Other provis- graph. square Corington-$60.000 land company. Rough oa the Co out. "
1 and let it remain three of four days Bristol-$39,000 machine shops. Lord Freeluncb-Ah, count, did ;yon -=
ions to the effect that in Cook f
hold county people Easy to Fool. then cut into cakes, and it is- ready for Nashville-$60.000 peanut com- make a favorable impression on the Al. H. Wilson. beauties and dangers ,of the Alps and
i no party may a primary election
The drainage amendment seems to use as a toilet soap.Kitchen pany. X father of the heiress Count Broken still thin.'"
Golden voiced singer AL H. Wilson, the supply of interesting ;
| unless it cast 20 per cent. of the vote have been defeated by a large major Moody-$8.00Q electric light plant -.Favorable! Why when I told him11ta's
| at the last election for president, ity. Lincoln seems to have been &* !" Book. Weatherford-$50,000 land com- looking for his daughter's; Land the clever German dialect comedian to be said about'them would rema::a
It to be fact that pany. in Sidney R. Elll new play of pictur Inexhaustible. In the third a*"' "
while outside that county a party wrong. seems a The cleanest, neatest book In whicha he saji he thought I was looking fora .
you can foo. the people whenever you housekeeper can keep odd recipes is Sa.ratoga-UO.OOO on company. esque Switzerland, s&ttz in the Alps" "Metr In the Alps" there Is a.'''' *
which cast 10) per cent may hold a Houston! -$ 0,000 rice mill; 100. handout-Chicago News. will be the attraction at ,
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makeup jour mind to do so and go made by covering thick blank book thy opera and realistic picture of one of "
primary election and that outside of at It with the necessary strenuosity. 000( manufacturing company; $100- house Monday night,
Cook county a person may vote at the' -ocala Banner. with white oilcloth The trouble with 009: tie and timber company; $30,000 Perfectly Secure. The beauty and grandeur of the commonest and most dangerous pe ;*
cloth bound recipe books is. that theyget $50,000 trunk An old farmer once excused him of climbling '"'
primaries by stating his present party development company; Swiss Alps are too well known to. need Alpine mountain
affiliations while in Cook Kiss and Make Up. greasy and floury in a short time factory. self for sleeping under the rector's dwelling- upon and it is no wonder crevasse, that proves fatal to ma* "'-
county he Let's all "kiss and make up" now from being handled by the cook while Somer3.\:.*--Ice factory. I I sermons by obSt'rTilg.NLor', sir when that Mr. ,Ellis ,decided to place the guides and adventurous touristsIn

cannot so vote if he has voted at the that the "dreenage" campaign is over. she is mixing ingredients, and there is Austin$50,000 building and loan yon: are in the pnlpit wo know it is all locale of his" new play there. this couatry the danger of (:II.;:;;

primary election of another party -Gainesville Sun. no way of cleaning them without injur- company. 'ishtr'! -London Stan.lanl Volumes could be written about theA Into'a crevasse when mountain chin! "

within two years are declared to be ing the cover. An oilcloth book can be allas-$100.000 cotton company., 1t ing is but slight, but if you ," >

void because special legislation and Invited to Starke. wiped OB every time it is used. Elgin! $ .OOO warehouse company. imagine a person standing on a ctain : :-
If the drainage amendment is defeated ,.
Goldthwaite .tOOO warehouse
: $ above the clouds, appar
interfering with the freedom of peak
as now seems probable, we In- Ayei's Hair Vigor near
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improved formula *
company.
of. am
ly on a firm footing snow
voters. vite all prospective Everglades cane TB. Tmtk. Virginia. G: od is a genuine hair-food. It feeds BOOT- that suddenly gives way and pr '.

Yesterday evening the file shelvesIn planters to come to Starke and grow A. teacher In explaining the different Richmond-$25.000 lumber company O ashes, builds up strength.n, invigorates. tates him thousands of feet to a t. .
strawberries.
Bradford has
the publishing department of the plenty ftf county kinds of sentences to her class asked ; steel range works; $15OM laud The tutf grows more rapidly,keeps rible death In the crevasse belo *
good lands that do not haveto .
Register building, on Royal and SL be drained what It wouldbe if she said "I am company. soft and smooth, and all dandruff cliaap.I will have a faint idea of the dacf'>
to make them tenable '
x Michael stret'ts. fell with a crash that and capable of producing paying looking for a man." Ric'nrdsville: -$ $,OOO lumber: co '.- 11.I R d pears. GIVe your hair a good hair-food. of Alpine mountain clombers, 11"-: *

was heard throughout the building. crops.-Starke'.Telegraph "I don't know."taid! the boy at the paiy.Asland. air. 00 th..ooft4nL.Ltlrn.' represents one of the main scent! *"
water "
-$ and com-
The file of the current month and r foot of the class, "but I think It would 1 O.OOO gas: tures In "Meta In the Alps.

back numbers of the current month "Agin" it From The Start be the troth"Lucerae Standard. -
r are kept in special place and these Bradford county gave an overwhelming

escaped but all the bound files and a majority against the drain- A 'Sly r ke. ,

collection of back copies covering age amendment The Bradford county Nell-When 1 met May today I had .y

daily Issues for a period of three years voter got it into his head early In my new gown on. Of course I expected -

Y f were precipitated with their shelvingand the game that the drainage scheme her to( say something' about it, but You Look
partitions to the concrete floor ofI' n.s'a risky proposition and all the it Prematurely
she not tov have seen
: the publishing room in a confused arguments that could be brought to pretended
,C heap, the great weight of the collec- bear by the advocates of the amend- Belle-Yes, 'she's an awfully considerate

I' tion causing the wall supports to ment could not dispel the first impres- and tenderhearted, -girl''Philadelphia ', z

nap. It will take a week to straight..I sion.-Starve Telegraph.iii1iiiiiii. Led=.. I Because of those ugly, grizzly, gray hairs. Use LA CREOJUE" HAIR RESTORER. Price SI.OO. retail.



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Will Please the Taste mustbepropeflydigested and assimlktad to ba of '

I any value'to you, otherwise it is a source of harm r-> .
WmE
{ Powder ED and instead of good. ,

If not ferments i
.. digested, it and decays causing \
Absolutely Pure sour stomach," heart bum," nausea, headache I
Tickle Your Palate (Continued from Third Page.) flatulence, bad breath and other discomforts. \
To Come to Pensacola and i
Johnson was unable to go to work
iI i A wholesome cream of tartar and went to his quarters. Johnsonhad '
I Identify Body of Man John Campbell's Finest been struck on the hand several KodolDyspepsia '
: I days before and was therefore unable .
Makes
baking powder. the finest
Held Here. Scotch Orange Marmalade to work and went to his quarters aft "
er being lit by Hilton. This was told Cu.re'

lightest best flavored biscuit hot- witness by others. .
I Stone Jars 25 Cents. .
.J'compels
I I Sheriff Van Pelt yesterday sent That portion of the evidence relating -

telegrams to parties in Sneads, Fla,j to whet others had told witnesswas proper digestion the food and sends tha '
breads, cake ,and pastry.Alum relatives of E. J, Sheffield requesting! Pure Guava Jelly 25 Cents. upon request of defense food nutriment through the blood into all parts of ',
them to come to Pensacola and state! stricken from the record.Vitness .
whether or not the remains lying inj j and was employed at the camps. for three the body.
,and alum-phosphate Pou's undertaking parlors are those j; Ring us up give us months and was treated all right The tissues are thus bunt up and every organ is .
of Sheffield. Defense attempted to nst witness restored to health and and .
powders are injurious. Do not strength put in perfect
J The sheriff yesterday obtained information an order for some whether or not. he was one of the condition. .
use them. Examine the labe which leads him to believe party that returned to the camp after Disease is driven
,: that the man is none other than Shef-- caching cambia trestle and found out to stay out-the cause

v field. In fact he has been partly identified It impossible ,to .cross. District Attorney is removed. _ __
)( but the party is not sure owing I Rosen & Gerelds Sheppard objected, as the
ROYAL BAKUta POWDER CO., MEW YOMt to the fact that he was not well acquainted question was not proper in cross examination FlaattmUle, Mii*.
with Sheffield and gave the I and the court upheld this I haTe prescribed Xodel quite often in my practice, '
.- ---------- sheriff the names of relatives of the i THE FANCY GROCERS contention. Counsel for defense man- ad have found it a very efficient: remedy for all "
"mn: D man to whom he could telegraph, and I\ aged to get around the point by intricate stomach ailment, It bu always given the bert of
J this was done at once. It is expected: I II6 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. questioning of witness who admitted results. J. T. KaY, M.D.
that to-day they will reach the city, that he had left the! camp and

'1 PEOPLE AND EVENTS I body.and It ia. believed will identify the I Phone- 391 then returned returned because but stated he was that without he had KODOL DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT .

:/ .. R Letters were found in the pocketof I food or money and was therefore I.1 MAKE* THC .
: the man addressed to this name, compelled to return. I tpi&j.0?55CISt.JL.. STOMACH swtrr.
3 BY AURELIE MAREAN BERNARD. 3 one of these being from Jett Bros., of Defense moved to strike out all of
Mobile and the latter firm after readIng the testimony of witness relative to
1, 8; __ a description of, the man stated CafeNonpareil others than the men indicted, but was
that it corresponded with the party : overruled by the. court and grantedan
I TELEPHONE 10. 3S AFTER 3 P. M. f.sz&iy&xa who had called at their place .of busi- exception.
,. ness some weeks since. Joseph Borstyam. FOR SALE BY HOO TON'S PHARMACY.
.'C" '::s. s The sheriff is holding the body until Joseph Borstyam stated that he .
he can learn something of the identity was employed the turpentine campof .5

of the man so as to make proper will open 'November 20th the Jackson Lumber Co., during .-. ,, .-- -4
ONE REASON. Episcopal Bishop of Mississippi Dr.
disposal of the found. July. knew Hilton and identified him;
money
reason why lots of life's and Mrs. Aldrich her residedfor
2 ts one parents Hilton was the boss of the camp at
tunshineIt many years in Blloxi. Croup.A over West Florida Steam which he had been working. Witness ,.
last in the valley of fog; During Dr. Hinsddie's life Jeffersonand reliable medicine and one that said he did not try to escape. Witness You Must Trust Your Druggist
Tere'\ too many a'man qmlck to tiea Mrs. Davis worshipped at the should always be kept in the home Eakery.,Catering and Thea- ? was sick and unable to work and
tin can Church of the Redeemer and were for immediate use is Chamberlain's saId Hilton came to his house; witha
(athe tail of another man's'dog. friends of the rectors family. Cough Remedy. It will prevent the tre suppers a specialty.McKINNONVILLE. revolver and threatened to shoot There are many things about a drug store that require many years
Gainesville; evator.WOMNS The unveiling the memorial win attack if given as soon as the child him if He did not go to work. to learn. "
dows present to tke* aurch of the becomes hoarse or even after the Cross Examination. It is a druggist's bmsiness to know and to know surety and positively '.
LJFE.Cook Redeemer by Mrs. :Jef grson Davis in croupy cough appears. For sale by At the time Hilton threatened witness all about the drugs he sells.
and eat, eat and cook, rememberance of Jefferson Davis and all druggists. Hilton had said' fie was simply Our business is drugs and we claim to have thoroughly masteredthe
'
V.ssh the dishes, reid a book; Miss Winnie was an occasion which "putting on and was not sick." De- details of this business.
!Undress dress and pay a call. enlisted wide sympathy.Rev. Thanksgiving Poultry. tense tested the knowledge of English We are exerting every effort to the management of this drug 'store
Wake wild sleep. and that is all. Dr Hinsdale 'was a' former would like to knew all
if about
Turkeys Ducks, Chickens etc., Ed.II I possessed by witness by asking as you see one managed you drags.
- .:;".Cynthia Grey. president of Hobart. College New M. Pooley Corner Chase and DeVil-, questions direct but the result was Almost everyone would like to patronize a drug store when they
York. but know these conditions prevaiL Many people they know of
'. anything satisfactory as witness are sure
CELEBRATION OF .. liers street, Pobne 112 15novlw I
;;a'to..."......
.. 75TH BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY.The I understood little or nothing that was I such a drug store.
WOMAN'S HOME MEETING Phone No. 1532-The Riera Shoe Special to The. Journal. said to him. To discover and get your confidence when, it cornea to a matter
t McKinnonville, NTov. 16.
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sclent) fifth birthday anniversary Quite a '
., The ladies of the "Woman's' Home Co. It number of folks On redirect examination witness of drugs. Is.our highest ambition.We .
of :Mrs. Eva D. Pfeiffer was celebrated young attended cane
.
of importance stated, through Interpreter Friedman want you to trust us.
will have a meeting
last when there grinding in 'Enon one last
night was a evening
Tuesday morning at 10:30 o'clock. All IL Altaian tin copper and sheet iron week. that Mr. Hilton "talked with his This point gained we know we can depend on your drug points 4
Ii. fathering at the home of her daughter. worker has moved to 19 East Government land" 1. that supplied at our store. *
a. being
witness understoodlilton's
members are requested. to be presentSigned :Mr. A. A.
Mrs. H. Pohfan. No. 212 West street in the opera house building. Fleming returned last
: meaning by hIS gestures.Defense Our rapidly Increasing general business and especially the fact
from
Government street, of the children week a business trip to Mississippi. -
MRS. W. D., CHIPLEY, moved to strike oat the that our Prescription Department is showing remarkable gains, Is
hi1dren and
grand- great grandchildren
" President testimony of ,witness, but was over- clear proof that an earnest, honest intelligent effort seidoms fails
of Mrs. Pfei er. The gathering BIG CARGO OfTUE Mrs. Chalker Sr., of Pleasant Grove
ued by the court Defense noted 18 bring Its reward.
THORNTON, anobjection.
MRS.LAURA '
T*as in the nature of a surprise to Mrs. was a visitor here one day last week. .
Pfeiffer. None but the descendantswere __ Treasurer. Misses Banna and Ruth and Master We have filled over 200,000 prescriptions< present bat these numberedover !MRS., A. E. LEWIS.Secretary. GRACIA Laskey Fleming left last week for Frank L. Mayes.
sixty-five. Roberts, where*they will enter school Frank L. Mayes the next witness
Daring the evening excellent music : .::,.""" Mrs. Alfred Reynolds visited relatives stated that he was publisher of The)
was rendered by :Miss Lillian Pohl- The report that Misses Ada' and at Pleasant Grove Saturday. Journal daring July and that during
man and Mr Eugene Pfeiffer,. which Anna Rosasco whQ have been in Europe CLEARED YESTERDAY FOR LIVERPOOL Pleas Dawson and C. 3!. ijarkin of that month certain articles appears W. A. D'Alemberte
added nar&! to the enjoyment of the but wio're: now in New York, WITH' VALUABLE Molino, were .visitors here Sunday. relative to the Jackson Lumber Co
occasion: and delicious: refreshments had returned home published yes- He did not know Mr. Harlan but The
were served. terday afternoon was an error. The SHIPMENT.The :Bilious Attack Quickly' Cured.A Journal had received a letter signedby
The highly respected lady was the young ladies 'are stilt In New York few weeks ago I had a bilious attack Mr. Harlan at about that time. Druggist and Apothecary

recipient of many handsome and use- and will be there. for. some time. Spanish steamer Gracia, one of' that was, so severe I was notable The letters were identifies< as correspondence .
ful gifts from her children. grandchildren Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Sharp and the regular liners between this port to go to %he office for two days which passed between The
and great grand-children I children are now located at 1010 East I and Liverpool, cleared yesterday witha Failing to get relief from my family; Journal and Mr. Harlan at about the 121 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 109
and when they departed it was with Cervantes street. large and valuable cargo for'the latter physician's treatment, I'took three of time, in question A question was
affectionate wishes for many more. I port and will get away to sea this Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver asked relative to a telegram sent by
such anniversaries. J L A fine ftn.poundgtrl; arrived the morning if the weather conditions are Tablets and the next day I felt likea :Mr., ,Mayes to the Jackson LumberCo. --- ------- -
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home of SIr and Airs.; Jack Hooton favorable.The new man.-IL C. Bailey. Editor ot ., and Mr. Mayes was excused in -I
A MEMORABLE OCCASION. Thursday morning. cargo of the steamer consists the News, Chapin S. C. These tabletS order that he might procure the tele- BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANYW.
At Biloxl on the gulf coast a beau ..JOt.. principally of cotton of which there are for sale by all druggists. gram. '
tiful memorial church known as the The marriage of Miss Louise Amosto are nearly nine thousand bales and James Jardrevic was sworn Inter- T. BEOWELU PRES. AND MANAQ R.
Prepared tit do all electrical repairing on abort notk Rlnr phone ETA and a
Church of the Redeemer' is built to Dr. W.: A. Mason will take placeat the total valuation reaches nearly Obelisk Flour is the staff preter and Manuel Jordmons was representative will call. W. T. Bldwell. President sad Maoa er. 295 & Barton I
tie memory of its former rector.Rev. Rural Hill church Conecuh county 400000. called to the stand. .
Robert Graeme Hinsdale S.T.D., by Alabama.. Sunday afternoon Nov. Other items of cargo are oak and of life. Manuel Jordmons.

his corner
Hmedale, is the author ,of "Legends Hayne and -Belmont streets, where The following new suit was filed, stated that he was employed at the
yesterday in the office of the clerk of camps of the Jackson Lumber Co.
and Lyrics of the Gulf Coast which M'GEE ,
her mother died last summer. She REV.: 0. C.
celebrates these poetic stnrroimdlngs.Mrs. the circuit court: during the month of July having street.HELLO
is a sister of Mr.- Hugh Amos of
Ilinsdale the literary editorof this Pensacola Ice Delivery Co. vs. F. come there in June. Jordmons 'was
the Rocky Mountain News of Den city. "'" -'ft."" TO PREACH HERE N. HowelL damages $400; Avery & looking for work at New York when
Yer. She is a sieter-ialaw of the Mr. A. T. Roscasco, of Genoa Italy Avery, attorneys for plaintiff. he was accosted by a man who offered MOTHER!
!ate Rev. Hugh :Miller Thompson, arived in Pensacola :yesterday morn- him $2 per day In a brick yard. $
At Lockbart.witness employed by ,
PASTOR OF ST. FRANCES CHURCHOF ANOTHER WONDER OF SCIENCE Mr. Gallagher was working on the ,
railroad track and at night was compelled -
MOBILE TO OCCUPY Biology has Proved that Dandruff i Is to sleep on the ground without
YOU CAN'T Caused by a Germ. mattress or covering; meals were
?U LPIT. t Science is doing wonders these daysin taken in a car. While at the camp
medicine as well as mechanics. he was, beaten by GalIag r. :
Rev. O. C. :McGee pastor of the Since Adam lived the human race Defense here objected and was
; EXPECT: :. : St. Frances street church of Mobile, has been troubled with dandruff for again overruled and an exception Ii What size Shoe did you n
I will occupy the pulpit at the Palafox which no hair 'preparation has heretofore granted. -
street Methodist chuch Sunday at proved a successful cure until Witness stated that there was no ::
; both the morning and evening servi- Newbro's Herpicide was put on the reason for the beating which was administered < .
1i ces.Rev. market. It is a scientific preparation .near the car office. Witness .: tell me to get for baby? j.
LONG ; LIFE Mr. McGee is one of the most ihat kills the germ that makes dandruff stated that he did not look for .
It eminent and widely known divines of: or scurf by digging into the any of his countrymen as he was :: S ifWhatts
the Alabama conference, and the fact scalp,to get at the root of the hair, afraiu be would be beaten again; he
that he will preach here Sunday will where it saps the vitality; causing just sat down and cried. He was that mother? Tell
no doubt please many and 1t is anticipated itching scalp falling hair and finally held under gun and beaten over the : .
.. AND PROSPERITY that large congregations will be baldness. Without dandruff hair must head aDd 'body and kicked after I & "
. present at both services.SERVICES grow luxuriantly. It is the only destroyer which _he was put to work; he re-
, of dandruff. For sale by W. malned at the camp 20 days after the I.bsatlng. if them to send up several pair il : .
A. D'Alemberte; druggist and apothecary Previous to the beating he I.' .
If you persist in drugging your body to cover up AT ]: 121 South Palafox street or send had been' at the camp only two days.'I
aches and ails. .lOc. in stamps for sample to. the He Witness exhibited a severe injury to i i
:=::::2 fickle Gff.. Detrvtt, Jizcui. &? aD\\ BMTSTPROTRACTED CHURCH caused by the beatfrj and ifcfcfng afr I
fl: -
,
as? You: feel bad-then try: to smother your feelings (nature I II I mInistered ojr Gal8.gtltu[ **!

tobacco COFFEEth II I s.l. aW be was beaten. over the!
lain, warn&isvich) whiskey, or I Ii mother Oh
right And
breast and head with revolver.
of most dangerous 'friends" one can mix with. MEETINGS ARE TO Iil THINGS YOU WANT FOR After that his condition was a such that: II. : i

ividthe il he was unable to leave tae He .
,
BEGIN AT CHURCH ON DE- YOUR FRUIT CAKE camp. I S !
They cajole and then KI &,. I had! beeR given to understand that, Mother they have just dozens ,

'rildtha CEMSER 2. Shelled Almonds, 50 killed.anyone who ran* away would be ,

- A series of meetings will begin at cents a pound. Currants, Cross Examination.
any Renew Your Lease on LifeStop the First Baptist church Dec. 2nd, in On cross examination witness
Seed- I of different and
which the pastor will bo assisted by 1272 cts. a pound, stated that he heard it talked about styles, they
lIn!: Dr. W. W. Hamilton of Atlanta Ga., ed Raisins 15 cents a by the bosses-somebody had explained I .
mb the food and drink that does not nourish. the new general evangelist of the CrystallizedCitron what they said to him. Defense
can Home :Mission Board who will have package. objected to the testimony as heresay BudcTs
jun associated with him Rev W. D. 25 cents a pound. evidence and objection was sustained, are perfectly exquisite-

entIce- Go on Grape-Nuts and .cream and a simple diet.Quit Wakefleld preacher ,of a the fine gospel.singer, as well. as Glace Citron 35 cents a the record.A testimony. was stricken from the "

clpU : coffee andjlet old Mother Nature put you well again. A cordial invitation is extended the I. pound. recess 'was.thea taken until 2:30p. Baby Shoes know Fmat
nor* you .
.
people of Pensacola irrespective of here fresh m. ,
item
your denomination, to attend tne contem- Every Afternoon Session.
&* !* You.can call in the help of a powerful friend-the plated services. Announcement as to and pure. Every order Jno. H..Givens, of Laurel Hill, manager II i 4

:aichtea tood beverage hours 'of the services will be made selected and of the Florida and Alabama Land !
later. carefully Company., was called Immediatelyafter
delivered promptly. the 'noon recess. Witness knewW.
Sf,Harlaa and said that he met
lag and will remain here some timeon him at Florala during the summer
POSTUM"There's combined. business and pleasure probably !J1. and had a conversationwith il WATSON PARKER & REESE Co.1 if iai
& Co.
visit He left at noon for Bay Point, ,Sol Calm him. Mr. Harlan met witness }
where he has milling interests and at Ffcrala and told him that one of ,
where his son, Harold has been located Th. Pure Food Step*, the witnesses men was at the campof

I for the past year. The latter S ulb tt Comer Pii1U I u. l.te....cU the Jackson Lumber Co. Mr. Har "Everything to Wear" :: ,J i
a Reason. will return with his father to Europe lan had said If witness would pay $30 .
:
: L
is in about brother amonth. Mr. A. T. Rodasco Phones Ii or $5I be could: have the man. The ::.. ................t. ................ .............. k!
ic sure to 'ThVRoa'dJo-WellViHc/( in fogs. of this a ,clty.e .- of 'Mr' W.,' ,S.. Rosasco' (Continued on Page,7_ ) ......................................:.............. 1. '

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I; MORNING NOVEMBER' 17, 190*.
PAGE SIX THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY --.




I i.CLA' ADVERTISEMENTS THAT PA ni





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I j -- 17, 1906 at 10-o'cioc a. ia. ai we wu -r. ,v S'" .mlulon cf

'.'..' ..'.'." '." " '.." '." '..iiREAL Yes! We Are of consider the company and vote In on Pensacola.the'plan; proposedby Fla. to 4

LESLIE E BROOKSREAL the Board of Directors lor securing The First National Bank

funds to purchase additional rolling
,NO SUCQ stock: and material required- to repair ,
ESTATE I damage done by the hurricane of Sep- AT PENSACOLA IN THE STvir
i I ESTATE AND J INSURANCERENTS BEGGINGActuaflyr tember 27, 1908, and for the transaction FLORIDA AT THE" CLOSE or Clr .
: wIflrIIoLJT of such other business as may come before BUSINESS
KpVEMBER
.. : the meeting.By .
,order of the President 12, U06.
COLLECTED ,AND PROMPT. SYSTEMInstallment ELWOOD MCLAUGHLIN, ,;
.
FOR ''SAlLE : RETURNS MADE. nov7oaw4w' Secretary.

; t INTEREST ON ( begging for propertyto Resources.Loans .
MONEY PLACED AT selL We have more demand NOTICE.

; .. REAL ESTATE MORGTAGES. buying for building lots homes There will be a special meeting ofthe, and discounts..'......$1.soa
and business property than stockholders of the Pen5 COla. Alabamaand Overdrafts, secured and ..
unsi
... ,.1 WANT TO BUY A HOME OR INVESTIN real estate will,make we can supply. If you have i Tennessee Railroad company on cured .....'...
ion PROPERTY CAN SELL YOU anything to sell list with us | Monday, December 1?. 1908 at the officeof U. S. Bonds to secure circula. 83.87J.4
Dwellings on large corner Jot, 107x110 feet, excellent neighborhood, EITHER. systematic. You will at once. Write, or call us up the company in Pensacola Fla, at 11 tion '
J ; East Wright street:!,,:,_.,, ,,!"' """_':"'''''''''.'''''' $4500 00 WANT TO SELL YOUR PROPERTY over phone and we'll call at o'clock a. m. to vote on the propositionto U. S. Bonds to secure'U.:'si: 200.
that when 'must desire. We authorize the'issue of additional-capital S ... ..... .
: you your house If you deposits ?; .......
12 I Seville ... 00 WE CAN SELL IT. 5
East Zarragossa street, near square $2100 :in
J dwelling on are looking for work. stock, and provide funds to aid' Premiums on U. S. Bonds .

J i 1 story dwelling! on Eastjntendencla: *tr. :ee,Jt\...................51000 00 : Fire Insurance Placed i in a thing, you can work he railroad; construction from' a point of the on the branch-P. A.line& of T. Bankinghouse Bonds, securities, furniture, etc. ....and.o..... m' "1'1

ot' do it. The' best line to Mobile, Ala., and to transact such ..... .
neighborhood, on East Hill, with lot 110x- fixtures ............... ..
.. 7-room 150 feet dwelling, stone, excellent walk$ stables, etc. ...............*....................54500 00 First-Class Companies. always done under FOR SALE other fore the business meeting.aa.may properly' come be- Due Other from real estate Na. owned....,, 1sj..;

4* 2-story, 8-room dwelling on Wright' street- : near Palafox ..........$8000 00 .. sure. When rent TO DAY. By order of the J.president IL SHERRILL.nov7oaw4w (tional.not reserve Banks

lot on East 'Gadsden street, lot 120x132'/ : Secretary. agents) .. 46,312.0J
6-room dwelling on corner comes you'always and S lots corner
.. feet, with bath and gas ............ ............................ $35000 $3500-6-room cottage Cervantes. There's a Due from State _
:: Reus and INCORPORATION NOTICE Banks and -
i IBilegrntllome the rent $%0
5-rooen dwelling desirably located on' North Alcanlz street, with lot money goo
50x170 feet ...............;............;....... ;.............._..... $2000 00 : Buy a home' and pay to talk 525.to per you about this corner! 15th day of December A. D,1906 the Due from reserve approved -

i 6-room dwelling! at Couldlng, fronting the railroad, with 20 acres of like rent. We have undersigned will apply to the governor!' agents ........ 259,557.17

land .........................>.......;............................... 52500 00 of the state of Florida for letters patent Checks and other
.. number of'places $5000 -For an elegant little home on North upon the following proposed char-' Notes cash items of other... 4,12563

.- For 5alle can be, bought and Hill, conveniently located excel- ter: Wm. B. Runyan ,W. F. Graves National Banks 4,170.00

: f lent neighborhood. C. R. Burgoyne, C. W. Lamar 'J. J. Fractional paper

for: with rent money.McDAVIDDYER I McCaskill D. W. Burke. currency nick.
1 HOOTON & WATSON I $3500-Elegant( T-room dwelling on Hayne els and cents.. 1542

street all modern. 5 small tenant houses and 7 Lawful Money
185O-TakeS Charter of Lumber Co.
I rentIng Runyan Reserve i a
THE RENTAL AGENTS," : $4200-7 rooms Alcanlz. near Gadsden. I lots for on $25 West per Jackson month.street 1. The name of the corporationshall bank viz"

all modern. i be Runyan Lumber Company Specie $38,918.70

I Real Estate. Insurance and Loans i ii (4000-10 rooms East Jackson a bargain. : and its principal place ,of" business Legaltender

Agents New York S7000-Choice plot of property on East Pensacola Florida. notes 31,218.00-5 70,136.70
92500 6 Jackson and Guillemard ,
-all rooms.modern. Life Insurance Chase street, 121x192. Improvements 2. The general nature of the business Redemption fund

| No. 37 S. Palafox Street. Phone No. 54. i 100 EAST GOVERNMENT renting for $42 per month. to be transacted by the said corporation Treasurer with U. &(5.
$4750 7 North Barcelona all f I
rooms the ,
** ** Phone 700. Pensacola I.s. manufacture buying, per cent of
..MMMtttMtttttttt. .*..** fftftfttMMHELP .. modern. 1 .
44.. selling snipping" exporting and inspecting circulation) .. 9,1CO.DO480.530.31

$1200rooms.. East Strong, new house. I20CO-Gets a 6-room cottage, on West of timber lumber and other
Garden street together with 6 lots Total $24;
I south front. wood products and naval stores and S 4Q
the ,
WANTED. WANTED. .$6000-8-rooms, large lot North Baylen.See including corner I Liabilities.
Watch these lots bring the price general merchandise both for the said

our list for others. If you are In within two years. corporation and upon commission for Capital stock paid In.........$ ZJCOWco
'
WANTED Every roan in town to ask W.A2I.--rED-Te-n thousand mothers to giveCmCLLrz the market call and let us show you any others Surplus fund ...s.. ......
receiving all of said articleson 1JS.IW.oaN
his druggist about CHlCLETb. q : to their children for. their of these or others. FOR ; Undivided profits, ;ss'expea:
little stomach's sakes. consignment for storage, sale or sea and taxes paid .. p
:WANTED-O. white party or parties, to Fire Bond and Accident Insurance shipment; issuing receipts thereforfor Bank Notes" 'outstanding 42,597.9J

run a boarding boose for ten or twelvesaw I YOUNG LADY stenographer wishes posi- Agents. hypothecation loading ..,....,...... 200
mill laborers near Century. House : tion in Pensacola or anywhere m West ; chartering Due to other Aa"UonaJ -
free and goods at wholesale. Address J. ,Florida or South Alabama. References. For Rent. t- and disbursing ships; building acquiring Banks..$ 34,877.5
B. Century Fl .. 16no>2w i Address 3m!. E. c., Care JournaL ITnovMANTED and operating lighters and Due to State
NICE COTTAGE &
L. S. Brown Co.
Banks and
WANTED Every young man to learn -Position as Commissary Clerk Two large stores, each 27 by 75, 104 tug boats; buying and selling .timberlands j Bankers 107,17441
how good CHICLETS are on the Tennis and bookkeeper. Eight years' experience and 106 South Tarragona suitable for and other real estate; building Due to TrustCompanies

court. t Box,55 best, Freeport of references.Fla. Address l4novlw'WANTED P. O storage. warehouse or mercantile purpos'es. EASY TERMS. Thiesen Bldg. Phone 918. acquiring and operating mills and private Savings Banks and I (IM

WANTED-White boy 14 or 15 years old. railroads not as common carrier 'Individual 28,82067
deposits
Apply to 138 East Intendencia. novlt TO RENT-Small cottage or 5-room cottage and "We Sell Lots." and doing all things incident to such i subjectto -
a suit of rooms in desirable localit, business or businesses. I I check .
W.A..TED--Good steady farmers, good furnished or unfurnished. Apply F J. 1,598,233.67
INVESTMENTS. large lots the Demand
on 3. The amount of the capital stockof certifi-
wages and permanent position. Applyto Donovan Box 834, City. Snov
Garfield Ice Factory. l nov "F" and Intendencia FOR SALE. the said corporation shall be thirty cates .of deposit CIt
12,669.27
BIDS will be received until November $3300-6 houses corner LeRua and A ] thousand (30000.00 dollars divided Certified checks .
WAN'rED-An once to A.experienced Care Jom cook.. Applyat Uno/ 20. 1906. for the removal of buUding a streets.year. all new renting for 1(56 (in the Maxent tract). into three hundred (300) shares of Cashier's checksOutstanding 334 03
known St.
den street as from Anthonys present hospital location on to Oar- ground is rich and ',, FOR SALE-Light. fine healthy country- the par value of one hundred ($100.00) .. 4,130.94 :
cor- United
WANTED-Two energetic young ladlesto $1600-3 houses. North Baylen, renting raised turkeys, worth $%.50, but let go States
of
Garden lawful
ner and DeVillier streets. dollars each to be for in
paid
solicit Orders for a household neces- for $216 a year. raise :at $L85 each. Apply to Nettle Oliver. deposits 49,183.62
sity. Address S. P. A. Box 104. City. Building to be set in place in new location enough Molino Fla. 17nov2w money of the United States; 20. per Deposits of U. S.

IZnovlw Right in reserved as good to condition reject as or it all now bids.is. $5250 S houses North Hayne. each 4 the garden on the place cent of the par value of said shares'i disbursing officers <
Alex any rooms and hall renting for. 16?! a FOR SALE $25.00 cash for Remington 166.11
LischkofT. ? shall be issued and
nov paid as they are
RELIABLE WOMAN to family near Century. Right party can pay been offered $30 in exchange for new machine the balance upon the call of the direc '.. 10,133.33$1,845.77447Total
get good wages and have good home. Ad- CONKJETTS celebrated Roup Cure Chol- $1500-Elegant building lot on North HOI. room to raise chickens but have no nee for same here. tors. I
dress :So n.. Century. Fla. Snovlt era cure. lice and mite killer as well 140x120. Address "'Ro" Care Journal. 17nov2t 4. The said corporation shall exist ...?......._. .$2,42J.n";
as an unexcelled EKg Producer. AU Will sell
-- guaranteed and a splendid grade of $8000-155 feet by 120 feet with 6 good on easy terms. FOR: SALE-One new twin screw steam for the term of ninety-nine (99) years. i State of Florida County; of Es<-ama.!; L

AND ROOMS.ONE wheat that will make your fowls lay. F. houses, renting for $964 a :year tug, 14 feet beam 70 feet long. Now on 5. The business of the company I. W. 11. Knowtes President >f .f
BOARD S. Mellen &. Co.. Pensacola Fla. Phone One block from depot. $1200. the gulf coast. Address L. W. Johnson shall be conducted by a president a above-named bank. do solemn! 'w<
334. 7nov Lake City Fla. linoylw'FOR that the above statement is tn. )
FURNISHED room for rent for $5000-6 small houses corner Wright and vice-president, a secretary and treasurer best of my knowledge and bo':;. ,

.light housekeeping. Phone 1102 or apply -I I W--rED-PosiUon as saw filer or superintendent Baylen, renting for $540 a'year. List your property SALE-S room' house, good location, and a board of six directors who WM.. IL KNOW.c.p

room 3. 204* feouth Palafox. ITnov or mill foreman by a best water in the city. A bargain. Apply shall be elected annually on the Pr.t-t<
sell it. Subscribed
competent man. References_ furnished. me. I can and sworn to befoft III ..
9th avenue and 16th street. Unovlm
second
Tuesday in February of each 16th
TWO UNFURNISHED rooms for rent. i Address J. W. Lasseter, 'Andalusia. Ala. day. of November, 1906.
Apply. 13.West Belmont street. ISnovFURNISHED I finovlm year. Until the officers elected at the W. M. IcCLELL.My .\;\
FOR SALE-111 acres excellent pineappleand
LESLIE E BROOKSReal first election shall be qualified the Pi
orange land on Jupiter river; excellent commission eXPlresKJJ.r:
ROOMS for rent at 212 9. '...
West street. ISnovlm WANTED-To rent a house on North market; close to railroad; three business of the company shall be conducted Correct Attest:
Gregory
Hill with 6 or 7 rooms; will lease for miles from ocean; some improvements; by W. B. Runyan as president W. x BLOUNI

FOR RENT-Newly furnished rooms one dress year Pensacola from date Investment of December 1. Ad- Estate J. W. Bullock healthy locality. Address E. Benefleld W. F. Graves, as vice-president.C. R. F. C, BRENT.
Co. 3nov2 Aycock Fla. 8nov
for D. G.
suitable light housekeeping use of and treasurer BRENT .
phone and gas. Location high and heal ilnovit'S Burgoyne as secretary ._ Director
thy. Will board gentleman. 314 East W.A.--rED-To rent a six-room house; In and Insurance. ,.* FOR S.A.LE-At a bargain, paying Furniture and W. B. Runyan C. R. Burgoyne, W.
Strong street. Phone 1212. Ifinov a desirable neighborhood by a perma- Real Estate and Mortgage? business at 138 East Intendencia F. Graves C. W. Lamar J. J_ 1IcCas-1'
nent tenant. Address Box "p. Address Box Snov
103. City. street. 325 City.
FOB RENT-Two furnished front rooms 19octlm Phone 462. 112 S. PalafoX.HOTELS. Room 302 Brent Building.Phone kill 'and D. W. Burke as directors. DIRECTORYPROFESSIONAL.
for rent suitable for light housekeep- FOR S.U.EShton'schooner.. 36 feet 6. The highest amount of Indebted:
ing. S1fSt phone n.and bath. Phone WANTED-All kinds beer bottles. I pay over all. 11 feet beam round bottom ness or liability to which the corpora ,
196; llnovlm iSo dozp.DI hanoic all leading brandy 637 copper fastened tight and in good condition -
of wines beers ana whiskies,. and still with good sail and gear. A bargain. tion can at any time subject itself n
FOR RENT-Pleasant furnished room manufacture that well-established cough King & Runyan. 4nov shall be one hundred thousand ($100- ;
southern exposure, second floor. Corner medicine. Joe Roth, corner Tarragonaand 000.00)) dollars.
lOttt avenue and 12th street near East Government Sts. Hoc FOR SALE OR LEASE-6-room and haD
Hill car line. llnov BRIGGS HOUSE-300 feet west of Union cottage with outbuildings attached. 7. The names and residences of W. B. BARTON
WANTED Depot. on Wright street; beat location; Corner 14th avenue and 15th street. Write the subscribers to shares are. as follows t't
ROOMS FOR RENT-Nlvely furnished cottage.-Must At once be close a four in or and five-room In best rooms; best house to stop at. Rates IPor J. IL S., Care Journal, or apply 313 East : Attorney At Law.
goodnt'lghborhoocL
2loctlm'BROWN
Soc day.
front MJ East room Church in quiet street.neighborhood.,Hnov2 Apply nal. ;- Address 123. Care lour. per (()) Romana street. 4nov W. B. Runyan of Pensacola Florida Offices-Fisher Building Palafox street

25sep HOUSE-DeFunlat Springs FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN% ,OOO who subscribes for fifty (50) Will practice in all the state and sited
FOR R.E:1I."T-one': newly 'furnished room. Good beds, airy rooms, elegant meal; brick one 35-horse power engine 100 shares. States Courts. Twenty-three 'a., eiperieoce. -
TAILORING-B. lu Diamond. Tailor free bath and sample rooms. Special feet 1-inch This '
Bath and gas 29 South Spring street pipe. engine jus* tbe
llnov Gent clothing cleaned, pressed and repaired attention to traveling men. Rates $%.00 thing for a.small saw mill. Address Box i W. F. Graves of DeFuniak Springs,
on short notice. No. 11% Wes per day. J. R. Brows Prop. 103 Pensacola, Fla. Sloctlm :,Florida, who subscribes lor fifty (50)
BOARD AND ROOMS at No. 200 West Government St., Pensacola Fla. $4500.For shares.C. T. G. YATES M.\ D.
SOUTHERN ,
HOTEL -Open all the
Romana street: good fare; $3.50 per FOR SALE-One 60 H. P. :Return Tub- of Pensacola Florida
R.
week. Mrs. Laura Gomes. 8nov2w WANTED-A. R. Blngham wants your year. American and European plan. lar boiler 48 inches diameter 20 feet Burgoyne
moving and hauling He guarantees Special summer rates. First-class in new two-story; ', 8-room long; complete with front and all accessories who subscribes for fifty (50) Optician.
FOR RENT-Rooms with or without all breakage. Phone 630. every respect Pleasant and conven- two halls and two large except smoke stack. Moore shares.
ient. Mrs. T. L. Bowen Prop., Pensa artistic up-to-date home, with all Gardner and Mauresa
Rua board., i bt.: Men only. Apply. 17 West 7novlm La- cola.. Fla. ISapr improvements, situated on car Ice Co., Sts.Unovlw C. W. Lamar of Pensacola Florida, 306 Thiesen Building.

ANTED-Tbe Merchants Transfer Co. high point overlooking the bay, who subscribes for fifty (50) shares.J. Twenty years' experience 1,1
as an
wants your moving and hauling. Al BAY HOTEL-Open night and day. Eu- west corner of 16th avenue and FOR SALE-Fish net for sale, 170 of Specialist.
TWO NICELY furnished rooms for rent breakage guaranteed T. B. Thors .n, plan. Rooms light and clean. yards J. McCaskill DeFunlak Examination freeyryyoTa
with or without board; privilege of bath Proprietor. Phone J78. Transient ropean trade solicited. 676-579 South long 9 feet deep. Apply to R. IL Cas- Springs Florida who subscribes for
and convenient to foot of Alcanlz street. 14novlw .
phone; car line. Ad- $1300. well floooas gyyYo"o"8'5"gTnnnfL.
dress 1202 East Gadsden street. 27octlmo Palafox. Jos. S. Nicolau. Prop. fifty (50) shares, and
r WANTED-Afl kinds of electrical work. FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mehlen D. W. Burke of DeFuniak Springs C. PHILLIPS Ph. M.
THREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS suitable I sell all kinds of electrical batteriesand For 5 lots fronting south on & Sons' piano in handsome rosewood Florida who subscribes for fifty (50) t
for light housekeeping, with privilege other electrical supplies. When you east corner of 15th avenue and case A bargain. Piano an be seen ,
of bath. Apply 222 West Belmont need me ring 345 or 955. E. W. Peake FOR SALE.FOR by calling at the Kandy Kitchen. 3oct. shares. Homeopathic.PHYSICIAN .
28oct New Star Laundry BWg.. E. Garden. Wm. B. RUNYAN, }o' and SURGEON

FOR SALE-A pottery works with steam W. F. GRAVES, ._Office! and Residence, 12 N. Palafos.sHouru:9tolla.m.lto5p.m.
POll REJTT-tff rly furnished front room WANTED-Second-hand sacks of an descriptions S.ALE-Comforts. Sic each. One- Money to loan at lowest engine, steam drying room moulds,
hi private family southern exposure !I wanted. If out of town ship half dozen; store stools $3.00. Apply 531 of interestMortgagee and everything complete for carrying on C. R. BURGOYNE, )
durable helgfcbartvood and near business them to us; if In town. ring us up at No East Government, or Phone !45. ITnovlw on real estate la business together with the finest bed of C. W. LAMAR Phone 65. 4
rtriter. Use of bath gas: suit phone. 134, or bring them to ns at corner of bought and sold. pottery clay In Escambia county. Located J. J. MCCASKILL vooooooiooooooooooooooo *
APIW- to 422 West Gregory or phone ': Chase; and Alcaniz Sta. F. S. Mellen & BAY HORSE FOR SALE-Good roadster. All of the Maxent Tract west right In the city. Apply to or address ,
28< 1358'1' Co. Zsjuiy Leslie E. Brooks. Ifinovlw II street now for sale. R. P. Reese. ISseptf D. W. BURKE. Frederick Ausfeld. F. M .
State of Florida; Escambia county:
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS for rent.'II'llh FOR SALE-Genuine old French violin Personally appeared before me J. AUSFIELD & BLOUNTArchitects
without bQjuTable board. with bow and case complete. Will sell
or
Phone gas and bath. No. 3 Palafox. MISCELLANEOUS.WAGON cheap. Apply to 29 South Spring street COLORED LODGE. W. Andrews notary public in and for

ZloctlmTURNISHED ISnovFOR Fisher Real Estate said state at large W. B. Runyan C. 312.314 Brent Bldg., 43 Moses S'd-.

AND CARRIAGE SHOP-We SALE-One horse. 402 North 9thAvense. I W. Lamar and C. R. Burgoyne knownto Pensacola Fla. MontgomerY*_
ROOM for rent. Apply 301
I. O. S & D. of St L.
W. Chase street. 21oct are now In our new quarters, 214 E. ISnovlw COLLECTION OF me to be the individuals described
Intendencia, entrance also at 215 Romana.and Howard Council No. 1 and Bethlehem -I and acknowledged to me each for him WM. A. BORMANS,
prepared to do everything In SPECIALTY. I
wagon PANAMA CANAL EDITION of The
k and carriage building and repairing. E. Journal-a magnificently illustrated Council No. 2, Independent Orderof self that he signed the foregoing Instrument Architectand
Superintendent
L. Herring Phone 923; City. 14oct. magazine containing scores of views ot Phone 87. {06 3. Sons and Daughters of St. Luke,

: MONEYTOLOAN. the city and harbor. For sale -.t 'aU meets 2nd and 4th Wednesday nightsof Witness my hand and seal of office Office-305 Brent Bulldi-g. na
MATTRESSES RENOVATED-New tick book stores or at The Journal office. By Phone 823. PensacolaDR.
each month at their hall Tarragona
on -
this 12 day of November A. D., 1906.
UNLIMITED amount money to loan on furnished if desired. Guaranteed. car- mail 20 cents. Zlsei t
all kinds personal ppoperty, on short pet taken up and matting laid. Leave 'between Intendencia and Ro (Signed) J. W., ANDREWS, HERMAN
Jlot1<'e. Terms easy. Get my rates before orders at Watson, Parker Reese Co.'s FOR SALE-A barroom and all fixtures: For Salle mana streets. D. Howard F. C. H., Notary Public, I state of Florida. My ALICE W. 51t
elsewhere. Star Loan Co., 116% Wesley Duncan. isept pool and billiard tables etc. In a fine CHIROPODIST I
South ,alafor. 4novlmf location. At a bargain if sold at once. Room 301, Brent Building. 3d:: 'oor"t-
!. Scott F. C. H Stella Dawson Secy.
J. H. PORTER sallmaker, 718 South Address box 10 City. 2jsep All corns bunions ingrowirg '- .
5000.00 to loan on good security. Pensa- Palafox street Orders taken for tents, No. 2 novlO-lmpd State of Florida; Walton county: moved scientifically without p, 'i, I .
cola Investment Company. SOoctMONEf awnings,' camp stools and house cots, lUlIrjpe1l1rtt ll1l Personally appeared before me curing a'specialty. -'<
FOR SALE-Thoroughbred pedigreed
etc. Prices reasonable.
31Jan
Howard L. Cawthon, a notary publicin
LOANED on real estate andpersonal Pointer Puppies. $10 and $15. Signed -
prop rty on short notice. SHIP "DLERSK1nzle Bagdad Kennels Bagdad. Fla. llnovlm Legal Advertisements. and for said state at large W. \

: Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. ,2Sfc South & Co.. wholesale and retail ship Oerting chandlers Farm F. Graves and D. W. Burke, knownto SECRET SOCIETIES. .
rhone 1144. FOR SALE-One 6-room house In good ..
(St. -
Palafox -
and Only first-class to be the individuals
: grocers. house condition with two large lots. near me describedand
J Eii1ND YOUR MONET at eight of kind in city. Fair prices to all. car line. A bargain if sold at once.. Apply NOTICE OF SALE OF ITALIAN acknowledged to me each for him- PENSACOLA LODGE. NO i ,

per cent. If you have any that you MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP-Willie 3s9 Brent building. llnov 27 crops 15 virgin, 12 worked self that he signed the foregoing in Pensacola Lodge, No. 3. K "
want Interest on. see me about it. It a half. Tract Is heavily BARK "OLIYARI. meets every' Monday evening '
will M absolutely safe on real estate Minis Proprietor. Furniture repairIng FOR SALF.-Half.inte in one of the a new railroad. This is an strument. o'clock at their temporary cas: j
1 security. Leslie ii,. Brooks. Phone 462. I 1 packed of all for kinds.shipping.carpets laid Phone, furniture 62- best furniture houses in South Alabama. ness proposition for any The Italian bark "Olivari." her hull Witness my hand and seal of office over Pou's stable. West Intendei, 3VUitiag 5'- ,
'
Next to Tampa landing. 22aprlIL Reason for selling to devote more timeto price offered. masts and rigging, 5 anchors, 16 shacklesof this 12 day of November. A. D., 1906. brethren cordially weir =;f c
; 2IONEYTO LOAN-Everybody borrows other interests. Call on or address. chains spars. 25 sails, 5 boats one HOWARD L. E. II. DENNARD
Jno. A. Hall & Co., 14 Florala Ala. llnovlm CAWTHON/ ILIIORSLESIK.ofit&S.DAUGHTERS .
from S. Sheppard.
money cronometer 3 5 bolts Italian
NE\V ,
S EL Government St. When In need call ., ALFMAN-Tin: Copper and. Sheet CITY linen canvas compasses new and old ropes. ete. Notary Public. My commission expires _
Iron Worker cornice work and
: sky- FOR SALE-Forty acres land, well Urn
will be sold at auction in April 61010.
onus. different lots, REBECCA
lights Buy suburban now OF
a specialty; roofing guttering and bered. good house, 1* miles east of property tl
repairing 109 East Government the usual spring at 10 o'clock a. m, Saturday November Naomi Lodge, No. 10, DaugMer' .
MONET LOANED on all kinds of per- opera Olive, Fla. Address Jas. T. Gerelds, P. O profits. it
Him on board said vessel on the west State of Florida Monday n'
on short notice. Terms house building. Phone 1216 and 560. Box 164. City. Snovlm : Walton county: Rebecca meets every ..
sonal property
J. B. Gray & .Co.. 2.W. Romana. $ 850-Buys H block. ten lots side of Muscogee wharf, Ponsaoola Fla Personally appeared before me 8 o'clock In I. O. O. F. knIt '.
oasy. CAFIERO. invited to be pre'MRS.
Phone 1163. Ifeh FOR SALE-Large bay horse: large furniture locality of New City. A 'Consuf1ig of Italy. Howard L. Cawthon; a notary public sisters cordially. 3. T. PULLA ".,, (0. "
and harness In
wagon good condition I'novTt and for said state at large J. J. McCaskill. MRS.. HATTIE NEV1J.LEt.--
LOST.
UNLIMITED amount of money to loan Price S1% OO. Fisher Furniture It
on all kinds of personal property. Special House. 133 and 140 East Intendencia Co IRo Y known to me to be the individual -
S Notice is given that the
hereby on 33
rates to business men on large street. 9nov described and acknowledged RATHBONE LODGE NO III it
; IS loans. The New York Loan Co. 204 Vi LOST-Heartburn by a man' who chews eleventh day of December. A. D. 1906, at for himself that he signed the foregoing Rathbone Lodge, No. SO, Km?' u. ,e
12 o'clock at the office of the
South Palafox. CHICLETS. FOR SALE-10,000 acres round- Umber noon Pythias meets every Thursday L ,
*
f
land. 12,500 saw mill timber and sawmill 200 Thiesen Gulf Machine Works In Pensacola Florida Instruments Castle HalL Members of **** r 'T n

LOST strayed or stolen-female setter 22-room hotel at a bargain. Several a meeting of the stock holders of the Witness my hand and seal of office and rtsIting brethren cordlai.Y .frj C.to .
puppy, about eight months' good farms and town properties. said Gulf Machine Works, a corporation attend. J. 11ROPES., aJ:
: FOR RENT. with blue ticks. Suitable a dfo'; return Write Gentry' &, Setterlind. ChiPley. Fla. Phone 686. organized under the laws of the state ot this 12 day of November A. D., 1906. C. f. LEVET. K R. & S. ___
to W. A. Blount, Jr. llnov 23sept Florida.win be held for the purpose of I HOWARD L, CAWTHON, : .. y
voting upon the proposed increase of the Notary Public. My comisslon expires -ii- E. B. A. No. 81. meets_ r..j ,
FOR REVT-Av R. Bingham has storage i LOST-A gold bracelet, lost Monday; reward FOR ,SALE-Driving mare, 4 years old, capital stock of said corporation to fifty I April 6, 1910. third Wednesday evenings at i JKafford i.'I i.
room for rent, suitable for furniture for return to till North Palafox gentle good traveler. Any lady can BUSINESS thousand dollars 5000000). and upon hail No. 10, West lot .
I
or other goods. 104 and 106 South Tarragona street. 17nov2t drive her. C. R. Yaeger. 200 Thiesen proposed amendments of the 2nd. 3rd and noT11-() w-4w 'I street. A. G. FELL .
.
Street Phone C29. .1 building. CNov. 'ta paragraphs. of the charter of said coiporatKm. ; I J. L. SWEENEY Secy-.
S LOST-Diamond brooch pin; lost between a W. F. CREARf
'
Hayne and Palafox. or on Palafox. Re- FOR SALE and Immediate delivery one A LARGE manufacturer wishes K. E. REESE. President. W. W. PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 4. I. 0 0 f
ward for return to E. 11. WUson. 12nov4t automatic tandem compound center tent man to manage I f. Secretary and Treasurer nov 10oaw4w! Live Oak Camp ON'. L W. O. W., : Pensacola Lod e. No. 4. I. 0 J(

PERSONAL.THERE crank steam engine of about 150 horsepower In Southern States; must have meets In Pythian. hall the 1st. .and 3rd I meets every' Thursday venngt a'.. ,.
_. LOST-Small red monkey; answers to and two return tubular boilers.fJJ good references and be able j NOTICE. : Wednesdays .Ineacb month Visiting at the new tan on' ] P \114
name, "Frisco." Reward for return to Inches diameter by 18 feet long. For $1000 In the company; salary S1* t, There will be a special meeting of the' Etvereigns cordially Invited I streets. VIsiting\ brethren! (' 11i: \
: Is nothing so refreshing to afaveriab Jos. Thomas, restaurant, next to Lewis particulars apply Stone & Webster 'Eng. and commissions.' Manager, Box i I stockholders of the Pensacola and Per- F. A. BOG IIICH. C. C. ''vited.I B. )Po. WITlc.'JVSKT, S' Go

mouth aa CIUCLUTb.: house opposite depot. ISNovlw Corporation Box 830, Pensacola. linov Paw, Mich. ;dido railroad company on Monday, Dec.iiiliiiiiii'iiii.; LESLIE, B.- BROOKS. ,. eJ'k. '1 I A. KEBLE. SecreUrj
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ITUHS YOU ABOVETTHE CARE&OFtH-E .iJ J
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= $10'.981 -- t.
1 $$10.98 ti Arrived Yesterday. : .1

Cam rdoron. Br ss. Alexandra. 1620. t
Gulfport to F. O. Howe & Co. S STORY R Y RF 1
Alfred Menzela ,Gersa. Jocgenseri, l!gg, \
2 S t. Vincent to II. Baars & Co. \)
: Mercedes de Larrlnaga. Er ssk, Mulr,
%"00, Buenos Ayres to Gust Transit Co.

I Gracia. Span Cleared ss. Ruiz.Yesterday.I9S3. for IJver-' M !
OVERCOAT SALE POOl. with 6,900 square bales cotton 1065 BRUTALITY
round bales cotton 11,600 s ft oak lumber. .f
100,000 s ft pine lumber 250 bbls rosin. ,
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VESSELS IN PORT.
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O. Steamempa.Conway (Continued from Fifth Page.)

Br BS, Prentice 257S, Rio Ja- .
pro to master.Helsingburg man was William Albert, but witnessdid ; \

i We will sell to-day thirty-five Huelva to Hyer, Swed Bros.ss, Schriel. 1422, 1 mentioned not believe. Witness his name had received had been a :

Lewisham Br ss, Gavin, 1TS5. Rio Janeiro -
1 to the R'.m.. S. Keyser Co. letter from Mr. Gallagher at about the i
: Overcoats in i blacks and fancy Rhodesian Br as. Peck 2054 Carte- C time he met Mr. Harlan, probablysome r ,
Youllweart6esmile of satisfaction.
r o gent to Gulf Transit Co. day in July.
Whitfield Br ss, Johns. 1560 West "I '. 4
MtKlt Buck gives that Defendant moved to strike the testimony ,
lartlepool, to Hj-er Bros. -
; colors, all $12.50 and $15 goods, \ Ships. vim and rigor which all men ap from the record. Objection up I F:.

Avant Nor ship Anderson. 1648 London preciate. It adds ginger" and overruled and exception noted. I Best flavor t

i your choice, all sizes, : Fcrrelra to order.Port ship Barros, 506 Lisbon. snap and will make you forget I Givens Cross stated Examination.Mr. that it. was cus- to because I

: to master. Br your years. A gin of true merit. ,tomary; with turpentine men to pay
.. Canada ship Spurr. 2237, Rio it is the
r Janeiro to Pitch Pine Lumber Co. ALL GOOD DEALERS SELL IT"B&B" the debts of the men so the men could (
$fO.98 Harbinger Rus ship. 1399 Algoa Bay :go from one camp to another. The Best 'I
to master.
ATLANTA :government objected the
Ingrid, Nor ship Dannell. 1260, Antwerp on ground 'f
to McK. Oerting & Co. :that the matter was not properly in WhisKey t I,
I Lena, Ital ship Tassara 1581 Londonto 'cross examination but was allowed. !
Call early and get your fit.i order. k -- .4.-:' ,-, [
Barks. I. .... Witness had followed the custom of ? 1 t ,
Afredo, Uruguayan bk, Maragas. 987. -S i transferring accounts. Witness had t
Montevideo to H. H. Thornton. !not paid Harlan for the release of the
1 1DTOPRYE'WJD5ImY
.
Alfhild. Swed bk Svensen.. 133, Durban i had told Harlan that he ii 'j' ii
: : to master. THE CYPRESS LUMBER CO man; Mr. r : {
i )
Andrea Nor bk. Quale 114, Durban to had invested all the money In that r 1
master. I man he cared to. Witness stated that t

I THE M. & O.i i StaTacger Campbell to Nor McK. bk.Oerting Hausken.& Co. 1100. APALACHICOLA. FLA. i nearly all woods riders carry guns i

Chacma Nor bk, Jorgensen 557 Murafactarers of i for self-protection and that it was
Fleetwood to oraer. i sometimes dangerous for them to be $
Hereford Nor bk, Jensen 1380 Rosarlo without a revolver. Witness had r,
i to order. Cypress, Shingles. is aged in charred casks.ia warebonses flooded with sanshije.distilled from bell North recyey
Heimdal, Nor bk. Hensen 1354 Hullo Found a gun necessary on one occasion Eaabhuadreds solid
j STORE selected by a member of the firm and purest water from wells diet into
CLOTHING order. I when he had shot a negro. On Jimest_ Goes to the heart,DOt to the biA..*!tar ptiyX.n
Humberto. Span. bk, 1111 Battle .IU- t""x'1rw. occasion he
Dana to order. % i one was attacked by two Ferdinand Westheimer 3 Son, aadtuo.0..irimue K*.SL**** Ain
J Isabel Browne Rus bit Undqulst 1231 !negroes and scared them. off by
x 5" x 18"
32W23( SOUTH PAUFOX STREET PHONE 1155 lull to master. ;threatening to shoot them. \
Kink Oscar II yor bk Johnson 752 On redirect examination witness -
J J NINI.... "" '..'...'.. '...'...'..." ...IIIM.1..'1C Rosario Lilla. to Nor A.bk Zelius.Aanonsen 1030 Santos mite Cypress for Tanks Catalogue of all and Descriptions.Price List i stated that he had never. been a

,, to order. I woods rider but that be had been a
1 LJuis Uruguayan bk, Lopez '769 Havana deputy sheriff.

J ........................+*+*..*...+.........++., Maria to order.Ger bK, French, 1922. Kings I I Chas. Haas. A PRACTICAL SENSIBLE !
It.
Lynn to master. ,
: i Marina Madre Ital. bk, Simon at ta, Charles Haas an Austrian was .
i FOOTBALL 1468 Genoa to order. i next caged and testified through Interpreter
Mecca Kor bk EUefsen. 995 Hamburg ,,>turACrvacRS : Friedman. Witness left '
to A. Zelius.Negpore. or' EY4 I New York four and a half months AND PROFITABLE WAY.i!
ago
i
: Nor T>k. Ojerdsen. 1123 East a I
I University MilitarySchoolof London to A. Zelius.Olivari. and went to Lockhart. At New York ,11

: vs. Hal bk. Costa.. Genoa to or I a labor agent offered him employment

der.Pallas, Nor bk Johnson 1219 Ply af1.50 Bsr-da/. Witness knew New.
: Pensacola Classical School mouth to A. Zebus.Superb lander: but.bad not seen him in New r
Nor bk. UHch 1934. Antwerp York. He "was one of a party that i" to accumulate reserve fund for

SATURDAY, (INOV. 17, PALMETTO BEACHPurduae.tlckets I. to A. Zebus & Co.Scnooner. *. came ftotnflew York by i steamer to I your future years is to ,:'.

In city. No tickets sold at Park. Conductors will taketickets. Clara E. Randell. Am scfa S8S, Caibar- t Savannah an4 was there met by Gallagher I
.f : fen Cuba to J. A. M rritt & Co. who took the party to Lock- r
OP Donna Christina Am sen, McLeod 165,
hart. Witness: while at Lock] art, r
: ADMtSSON60CBNTS| BeHze to master.
: Domira. Br sch. Reudie 2001. St. Lode wag:: employed at the turpentine camp, HAVE A BANK ACCOUNT IN
; M"..'*.* 4." .'.f'.." '." .'." to master. and remained at the camp four and a si j
Freddie Ileucken Am. sen, Bryant, 475 half months. He was afraid to leave I i
OUR SAVINGS
Havana to master.In .- DEPARTMENT
the camp as he had seen Gallagher j
-
47 111'a Time of Peace.In whip a Bulgarian; the man had been ,
away and Gallagher brought him
43ie the first months of the Russia. back. Gallagher had taken the Bulgarian Four per cent interest paid and in. ,
Portland Cement Japan war we ha$,a striking example MARKETREPORTNAVAL in '
3. ay I the office and struck him 'terest compounded every 6 months.
of the necessity for preparation and
: "
-.... several times: "fre did him all right, .. 3
the early advantage of those who so
ar _
declared the witness. Galtegher hada
'1ea 'We ;keep on hand at all times a full to speak, have shingled their roofs STORES. gun at the time. Gallagher had stag -

and furnish it quickly in in dry weather." The virtue of preparation I. grabbed the the throat t#
supply, can Savannah. Ga. Nov. 16.-The naval man by
has made history and given to stores market closed mday.as. follows: Witness stated that he had been 1

.iI any quantities, also,fire brick for lin- us our greatest men. The individualas ww ,".......*.*..' ,>.,. .........MO whipped by a foreman named,.Fogan, FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF
well as the nation should be pre ,va ...... ...A"'G 50 '
ing furnaces. for Are N ...I. ......,......-.................f 00 who was both' hit and kicked. A whipping i
pared any emergency. you 3t ,.yl..L..r fl.1: SGK wu administered, to witness by PENSACOLA. FLA.
prepared to successfully combat the ., .......v.li ..saM.t.J........:..v. QO one Angela a foreman. Angelo
I first cold you take? A cold can be I ...... .... \.....! 40tl whipped witness day with a 1
Saunders Mill Company, cured much more quickly when treated G .J.....-.it.\.N.I-. ,'.9iH...,"- .Nt. stick. Wlt$ S3 ejayed every because be Designated Depositary of the United States.W. .

d Phone 717. 21 East Ganlma Sfreef.jdewalks as soon as'it has been contracted F .,... ..*,. LtJL -*--*J"' l "* was afraid. to \Jeave. :At the time witness
- and before it hag,.become settled' tot fc y..,1.:., t. ... S5 to 4 JOB was wJjiDpea! he owed the company H. Knowles Presl ent.- W. K. Hyr, Jr. Vlce-PreBMent and Cashier. '

tie system. C&nmberlla's: Cough s:, .:rR/rxsnx! : :::: : : .1:s liSplnti $1% wmCh he subsequently Thos. W. Brent Last Cashier. W. N. Roberta Ass't Cashier.
I Remedy is famous for its cures of Tarp+sn ne.e9'4 to (7% cents. worked oSL Several stops were made Directors-P.C.Brent W.A.Btount. W. IL Knowles W. K. flyer,Jr, ..
colds and it Should 'be kept at band bettreenSavannah and Lockhart and D. G. Brent.

= ready for instant use. For sale by PENSACQLArCOTTON M RKT. at Ft.. Valley, Ga., several got away
all druggists. The following Pensacola 'cotton quotations from tie party; but witness was
are lumisHm.by J. P. O'Connor & bro gnt back.by detectives and turned
: Co.. F. O. B. cotton. brokers. Pensacola
- Premiums giv..en.away, Fla.. over .to Gallagher. Then there wasa
Good Middling: .. 9T4 policeman on watch to see that no c.W. LAMAR.President JOHN PFEIFFER. AsslttaM. c",,:.. ,,
Look for tickets in Obelisk Strict Middling .. ,.....<..S .IMiddling other escapes were made. H.E.CUBK.Vice-Prnideiitud CuMcr. i.W.ANDREWBAssisladCuliuTHE
That old sidewalk of is insecure ..-.7./.9H
and atbest
yours unsightly Flour packages. !Strict:! Low Middling! .................i..9" % Witness was first whipped by Angelo
if not dangerous. It cheapens your property and men- Stains"and tinges nominal. and the second whipping; was
>eL aces:your safety.. Save money by building a handsome administered by Rogan. Witness had AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK '
ex.red durably! concrete walk that enhances your values WHEN YOU HEAR New York Cotton Market. seen Fogan whip several others. He ,

cuts out, accident and damage risks and is a continual YOUR NEIGHBOR SAY Open. High. Low. Close. had seen'three 'boys' brought back by CF PCNS COL*. HA.
source of satisfaction. January ....10.12 ID.32: 10.09 1025 '
- March 10.43 1021 1037 one of the bosses. One of the men
J.t We'll build you a sidewalk that will be properly laid of SHE HAD A NICE, TEN- May ...10.24 10.32: 1051: 1029: 10.47December : called "Square" Head" got beaten every Opera House Building.
the best }nater4ala, and put down under the personal super- DER STEAK OR ..10.12 10729 10.10 10.27 day: : I
vision of a man'who knows how. Well guarantee the work JUICY Liverpool,Spots !,.85. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. \ ;
he in
that
Wftnea.Jta.ted slept a
and keep it in repair. The price is xeasonabla Call 'Phone ROAST EOR DINNER, New York SpoU41 centa. t
car and "haa'his meals in a car also. CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS $60.000. <:
1485. YOU CAN BET WE FUR- Grain Market. Tnere was a' watchman' around the i ''\

Open. High. Low. Close. cars at nigfit. and for this reason wit DIRECTORS. I"" '',
:Eye:: NISHED IT. THAT'STHE Wheat- '
December ....74H 74" 7JH 73% ness was afraid and dlfl'not try to run Henry", Covlngton, Frank RelHy, F. E. Brawncr i '
Pensacola Cement Stone Company ONLYI, KIND WE May ..........79 S 79H 78% 79''. away. J. M. Pfeiffer W. S, Rosasco C. W. Lamar .

KEEP. Corn- Low. Close.December Cross Examination.On Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McGourln, J. R. Sounders, i! '

....Open. lifth. 42% 42H cross-examination witness stated A. M. Avery, W. H. Milton, 0. E. [beets. ; .
New City Meat Market, May .43ft' 44 43?. 43% that Gallagher sent a watchman to W. L Cawlbon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKenzie OcrtlngM. : l '
SrJ. Harvey, Manager. Oats- IoJu Mc6owin, C. M- Covlnf ton, E. Clark. ir '
Pryor Bros., Props. Open. High. Low. Close. the car on account of some clothing

..,oj December ....a4% 34% 24% 3J3 having been stolen. The name of the. fitly csilInn for fiat It Imo, \\IM ni &Jtt lie year. Write pirtmtat t!
May .3S% S5% '35% few: fellow who lost the clothes was named
Real Estate Transfers.Following In connection fill tti onmaienca ol cosUmers. !
.. 61 the cookhouse:
Sam and it was one
ia list of the real estate Open Close.
a took them. Witness Four .cant Interest Paid on Time Daposits. ; .i
JL1int. transfero recorded yesterday furnished. by Sou. Pac. -95'4 SS employes who a J.}
the Pensacola Abstract Co.: Copper .-...;.fiStt 1134 said that he had been paid off at the ''f
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A. S. R. % 13S.T
what he did
DEEDS. .I63 could not
but
Atch. .,........... ? W% camp say
r Trustees of Palafox M. K. church to L. A. R. ..,.............155** 1W3 with it; he'had not-offered any moneyto ; ,;
VV are-offering dressed:damaged G. Crosby= -The west % of the east % of B.: R. T..v'l..1.. 77S 1i'Va :Mr. Laviata to keep; in fact, only .
e- some Arpent lot 30. Old City $1600 00. B. & O. .....,..__. % 120 halts
John D. Pulliam i to Mrs.: C. G. Cherry Erie .__.......,.. 43'Y. 44U had $3-63 for a month and a THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK {
dg. The,south 60 feet of lots 4 and 5, Arpentlot C. F. L ...._..... 52 53 work. When discharged witness had .
Ala. lumber at a bargain 33. had eford Tract$ OO.oo and U. & ..-.....'...-47% 4P4U. not asked to be retained any longer
PENSACOLA
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other valuable considerations.Nellie .. S.- Pfd ....,.............105 lQ5% and went
R. Flint et al to Frank P. Levy- R. So ....................... 35T 36 but took his clothes away. .t
Lots 1, :2 and 3. block 64 New City Tract L. & N. .U 14 % He had worked at the mill for a while A General Banking Business Conducted on a Safe and Conservative ,
nt We can fill all orders now for new -$1.00 and. other good and valuable con Lead ..... 75 76 but subsequently applied for work at Basis : ;
sitieratlons Commissioner M. P. ... 93% 94% the camps again, but was not given 'ft
Emma Bauer Cody by
to Mrs. Ella Bauer De Broux-Three- 1C. ."2%: 174 employment.On Correspondence Solicited--R. M. Bushnell. Cashier. }
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%
stock *
Can. Pac. ?
J7 |
shipment i
arriving daily. .
a..N eighths of lot "D, Maxent Tract-$300.00 N. Y. C % 1594 redirect examination witness .p( '.
. P. O. ......... 90 91 said that when he first saw Gallagherthe
Thanksgiving Poultry. Reading ....................1463 148"i latter was--about'two blocks away. I\
St.Paul ........18% 1S%;4
'r. G. DeSILVA & COMPANY Turkeys Ducks Chickens etc. Ed.' R.' I. ..,..... 31 30S Defense moved to strike out the n }
reml- M. Pooley Corner Chase and DeVil- S. R. ............ 34 34% evidence of witness, but the motionwas City i of Pensacola Improvement Bonds.

::1. Her streets, Phone 1121. ISnovlw' Penna.U. P. ...................1 1S4K'$ 139 185%% overruled and an exception al Denomination. 1000.00 each. Dated January lit 1908. Maturing January tit,
lowed. 1S3S. Redeemable Jan. lit 1926. Interest Payable se mi>-.a nually.
WE KEEP THE MOST Eecambla. Lodge No. 15, F. & A. M. Haas then testified that at the time WE OFFER FOR SALE THESE BONDS RCHASER:? PRIOR SALE,
Special communication of Es- he returned the camp Angelo was IN AMOUNTS TO SUIT ;
. SELECT FRESH :MEATS cambia Lod* No. 15 F & A.
had
- NNN.NIN/Np................................ c M- will be held Monday even 7.30 not there. Witness said Reese he during The Bank of Pensacola i''.
IN THE'CITY.. THAT'STHE o'cjockVtefttef.ing. November .brethren InktemalIy spoken with Attorney Peoples ,
minute
P. the five recess.Frank :
KIND YOU WANT iD..lted.C.
7S I D. BEYER W. :M. L. Maye Pensacola, FiaffffffMtfMMMff"t.f .
Hall! ATTENTION LADIES'INVITED CALL US UP. TELE- Secretarv.Shirts : t.
'St.: OF SO W. G. DAILY Frank I* Mayes who testified a.t -"'" i iDoi
PHONE 223. the morning"session of the court was ; i ,
'Co recalled and produced a copy of the + .f.+tMit<..............>.+f..M4. 'iRl
- I ITo It New City Meat Market, telegram he had-sent to Mr. Harlan i'I

Pryor Bros., Props.CREW about which he had testified daring
; of of the Stiff the morning session. Before sending; j ji
,toMing i NOTICE. the telegram he had received a letter I Witcher Zemurray & Co. .
Neither the Captain Ownersnor to an ar ,
Harlan relative
t.a. our line of morris Chairs. We men Have always agents of the German from W. S. I
In The JournaL
had appeared
that
considered the :Morris Chair about the most I a steamer be responsible Adelheid for Mt'nzcUiIl debts contracted Bosom Variety tide The first letter received was dated Commission Brokers. '' tr

- luxurious thing in the furniture world, and considered vesseL by JURGENSBN the crew of ,said July 24.Witness asked to read the let i .
was
,s eis l t t 1[ It the one thing, perhaps, he could call his own. Why ROBERT TUEMLER & CO,Captain.Agents. now rule the realm until ter but defense objected and the Pensacola New Orleans <:

.dgl'! not He'd like it comet again. The took the letter and read it. Defence and
t pick out one for husband or father? I summer court 41'
viteJC. of fine Shirts would not admit that the slgna 820 Comman.
launderlag 11 W. Intandanola. >.1
and his and satisfaction with it would give
pleasure it wb t has made The turn was that-of Mr. Harlan. .1
- you .. NOTICE Star f.1lMIuS for filM! wo/k. Mr. Mayea stated that the letter
no end of .
jo t
.. a:!a ): 4O. See that your tW bosom In question had been received through Cotton Stocks, Grain Provisions, I I ; j
mnci'N well aa certain
t as .
,> The Woolley Sanatorium the only InstRnte Shim are laundered by the post office,
es. in the United States where the other letters. Witness had writtenone Z bought and sold on margin or for investment. [ .

. BUY NOW PAY LATER.T I Opium Cocaine and Whiskey habitscan Steam letter and telegraphed once to Mr. t'lt
The Star :
. F. be cured without exposure std lIarlaD. : .
1 Attention.
in evi Out-of-Town Orders Given Special <-
letter
. F. with much for the The court allowed the ,
' so ease patient. Only '!}

,,.yin 7.3 0n' ,'1IIARSTON & QUINA i your 30 days'case and time I will required.write Describe you an Laundry Phone 1M dence.witness how Attorney-he knew for and the defense witness letter asked came,saidIt Direct Private Wires. Telephone No. 1t73.t f 11.f

a opinion as to what I can accomplish 3 7 E. Gorden St through the mails f. :

108x110 Palafox St. Phone 149. Pens t91a, Fla. i for you. Ask your family physician Pensacola, Fla. came to him just as other mail Z .

to inrestigate. Dr. B. M. Woolley 104 I I (Continued' on Eighth Page.) ...........<........................................

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4 & ,!< BOARD OF PUBLIC WITNESSES TELL Just One: L T. ETHERIDGE HIDE from the


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.1 SUITSThis WORKS HOLDSMEETING STOW OF NOW NIGHT CHILLY WINDSand




This is mighty popular BRUTALITY C CAPTAI N fortable get into sweaters one of-all our pncei com-


price for a business suit Cough -sweII line 'of flannel shi- .. I

. and our showing comprises See Q.Uf-underwear; we have

p a larger number of pretty Large Number of Applica- (Continued from Seventh Page.) of Public Safety Elect them, from $1.00 to $7.00.ST03NTE3.

i I patterns and newest styles objection.Mr. .
came. Defense renewed its A pleasant
; :; ever shown here. Notice tions for Repairs In Fire Mayes then said in answer to 'to Succeed Captain
t
pcnsire cough
a question that, in the usual course '
? //jc the all wool fabrics the
F District Granted. of business others handled the mailto Big bag for Fondebilla. THE HABERDASHER

-J :$ linings, the perfect seams,' and from his office.

- I i in fact- every detail, and Attorney Sheppard then read an authority 5 222 S. PalafoLBOOKS 1

will that The regular.meeting of 'the Boardof on the subject and the court ? Board of Public Safety met in
4 you agree they Public Works occurred yesterday suggested that the defense either ad- office of the city clerk last night -

_ .', are superior? those afternoon with Chairman Zelius and mit or deny the signature. Defense : o'clock with Chairman ingra-I
:Mayor Bliss present The minutes of objected to having Mr Harlan sworn, HooioN's and Messrs. White and Mc-

t ? the last six meetings were read and but was overruled, and' an exception present. The minutes of the
I Others Sell You For a approved.The noted. The government then decided THE BIRTHPLACE meeting were read and ap
to prove the signature by some other DELIV City Clerk Ajrmard being In
report of .Geo. Rommel, Jr., on witness.
meeting of the
the work on the city sewerage was on the
Five Spot More received and accepted, and ordere I James Johnson. PHONE I of Public, Works Chief Frank The six -first sellers," aceardfcr "
Mr. said he police force acted as secretary Bookman. are: .
spread on the minutes. The mayor Johnson was called and "
filed an estimate for the work re knew W. S. Harlan and had seen him first business to claim the at- Chambers.,The Fighting Chance. by Robt W.' C

quired in laying a concrete side walk write. He identified a signature of wretches that your Ii of the board was the trial of "Conlston." by Winston Clrnrt

en the west side of the Plaza which Mr. Harlan, and, upon examining the Very J. Matthews on the charge Tid Smith.a of Barnegat by F. Hoptla-

was adopted by the board, and the signature of Mr. Harlan on the letter W. his post without permis son"The Awakening of Helen '
sidewalk ordered constructed in accordance identified the signature as that of Mr. Mr. Mayes'stated The board went into executive I Margaret Deland. Rfcy.! *
therewith. Harlan. On cross examination wit- Mr. Harlan and had a and decided to reprimand the ."Jane Cable" by C. B lI'Cutc.l1'OL

THE JOHN WHITE STORE Inspector Hill made a report on ness again identified Mr. Harlan's message.' The district and reduce him to ranks. CorellL"The Treasure of Heat-a Q J Mlrt,

- the work done on the new city hall. writing, but upon beingclosely' questioned asked him to read It. trial of O. Neel of the police Publisher's prices Lao f h ",! ..:,, P
for the past three days, which was stated that the writing was jected, and the was postponed until a rull meet- at SUO. GUI early, as it fa difll'=Ut tt
"first sellers" In
just like Mr. Harlan's. To the best Insist keep stock
accepted. Mr. Hill asked the boatd! the board could be had. Just received. 500 ten-cent
Specialists in Men's and Boys' Wear : of judgment and belief the signa- John truck raper back
- when his official duties as Inspector committee on the new novels.
ot the city hall would terminate and I ture was that of Mr. Harlan. John Foster was reported that the worK was

Phone 223 205.207 '8. PALAFOX this caused some discussion. It was Oscar Sandor.Mr. said he was employed satisfactorily. Report of

- finally decided to instruct the clerk to I Sandor stated that he residedat the Jackson Lumber Bicker of the fire department HARRY T.HOWUND,
notify the Board of Bond Trustees Lockhart where he was naval during July having received and accepted, and he
that the Board of Public Works was I stores clerk. He had seen a stamp I 26. Witness came from granted a leave of absence for Manager, De Luna Boci Store
for the with Mr. Harlan's it at the work_in the mill of the !
. employing an inspector city name upon days. De Luna St., Phone H3l.
ball to act until the inspector appointed office of the Jackson Lumber Co. He ber Company. i e application of W. T. Etheridge.
J. F DAVIS JEWELER by the architect should arrive and swore to the signature of'Mr. Harlan ers. came together, via who was hurt during the
requesting the Board of Bond TTJBS- attached to a letter 'dated July 27. vannah where'they storm asking that he be given ------ tcfr
- tees to officially notify the Board of lagher. The party frit
Now In 1906.On for his lost time which amount
I New Brent Building 23 8. Palafox St. Public Works when such 'inspector cross examination witness remained camp at about 1:30 a. days was granted by the board KNOWLES BROS.Insurance. IIItt
Gallagher accompanied
I arrived and began the dischargeof firm and was unshaken in his the matter was referred to the
r-- his duties.A testimony regarding the-signature. stop was made at .
for i :
v asking an appropriation
THE NEXT TIME communication trom Supt. E. O The court ruled that the letter nearly 24, hours en the amount due him. I FIRE, LIFE ACCIDENT. MARINE. [Km

_ Saltmarsh of the L. & N. Railroadwas might be read. Defense objected, was I Defense'objected to ofV.. G. Wright for General Agents of

you.are in Coe's book store, ask them to show the received asking permission of overruled and an exception noted. i timony, ,was overruled received. The applications The EquitableLIFE
you Frank L. Mayes.Mr. I tion noted. ,
the board for certain tracks of that [ L Alden and Jas. of
.King
__ Eaton-Hurlbut fine then read the letter of I Witness said the George
Mayes
correspondence stationery. For style company laid in the city since: the to be members of the fire ASSURANCE, SOCIETY OF NEW wlEk
storm to remain in their present .-July 24, from Mr. Harlan, which was Fort Valley on a YORK.
J and elegance: these goods are surpassed by in the position all approved by the chief
none for a while longer. The board as follows: m. and that 'at about 6 309 South Palafox Street If

market. When you use Eaton-Hurlbut paper, you know granted the permission on the condition Lockhart, Ala, July 24,- 1906. of the boys left and received examination and which accepted they subject must nn
that suitable crossings be made Editor Pensacola Journal: see them until they to
you are correct. Dear Sir:-I haTe carefully read back. 'When all W. J. O'Leary having passed
by the company to meet with uie was mi

I I CO E 's 'BOO K STO R E 23 SOVTH PALAFOX STRCCT approval of the board and that the your Tales two column of article of and"Harrowing Crueltyto on in the train witness of examination the' fire department.was elected Coal cu r
Brent Bu""'"". Phone 235 company should take up the tracks Inhumanity the car and found board then proceeded to the and WoodWe
whenever requested by the board. : Foreigners" in our logging camps. were missing. Sc
'ells-Kahn & Co., were granted I[ am indeed surprised a paper of going to send the of a night captain of the po pa'

_ ....0................................... .............. permission to build a platform in the your standing, writing anything of especially five'that promotion to fill the vacancy Captain caused Fonde- deliver Ice. Coal Charcoal ant tinCC'
rear of their store. A light was ordered this: kind until you fully investigatethe leaving. Early in the and Wood anywhere in the city We (-a
case. Probably it is "news" that five back and there being but one appli-
<< placed at the corner or Palafox came supply you In any quantity and von want but von had better satisfy had been before the boardV.! T. Ether-i
they brought
More and streets. service Is whfin
i Light More Profit I Lloyd : always promptStaam
The following applications for repairs yourself ndg ve t119ubiic 'a true After reaching > was this juncture unanimously the Board elected.of Pub- and Domestic Coal
received statement of your case.We put in the same linIrc
were of roof were
: Repair
which had been Wood Cut Any Size.
i The better 1 with shingles at 41 E. Chase street would respectfully that you they slept in cars that holding a
lighted store is the session
just
your outside adjourn
referred to Board of Public Safety send some competent representative: them and 'ate their E. G. f
+ more people it will attract to it. : Repair of roof at 110 East Gray to our plant and woods.:to investigate diner." Witness saw the mayor entered the room SEWALL,

: Gas light is more nearly like : street; granted. Build new tin gut for your own satisfaction, and see' if who had come south in the meeting. Phones 614-363. 28 N. Tarragona. St baMo
day ters at E. Intendencia and Tarra- you find the matters as representedby brought back. He saw' application" of John R. Ward
:' light than other artificial the Irresponsible tramps that have of the police force was -'--
any light. gona; granted. Build lire proof roof tag out in the morning -' '
at 12 Tarragona passed through your place, whodo He did not see the and cepted. Application '
New
$1.50 thousand feet for ; granted.
: a gas for + roofing at 619 S. Palafoi application not and would not work for any one. : turned but saw the L. Long for reinstatement as s Opera House
either : ; if they had the opportunity. I of the police force, approved 0e
i lighting or heating. granted when properly filled out ,by was going to dinner in 0ot
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: applicant Repair of side walk at N. All the men that hired. to us in New: Gallagher and the chief was received and the
Gas Heaters E. Corner Alcaniz: and Zarragossa; York signed contracts, 'and fully understood I and kicking' him. i&w. decided that they could not MONDA YNOVEMBERlS por
i $1.50 to $10.00 1 board decided that only stone walk everything; and we are carrying swore'at the Bulgarian the application. Long had Per

could be constructed here. Sign out our part of Uie contract to I'' teach you how to run discharged and it was not with trLiii
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12x66x10 the letter. to that effect From power to reinstate him. SIDNEY R. ELLIS
4 2 : : at 108 110 E. Strong street I
Pensacola was refused because application was i Some of the men wh64 came "were of I the witness also ,saw of F. C. Benjamin an? ob
2 Gas Presents the Clever German Dialect:
Company : not definite enough. Electric sign: the no-account class who tried to get the Dulg .rlan. for members of tIle po Comedian. ouci
tt Palafox before they left New York Witness remained at approved by the chief, were
f and Intendencarefused.; away GOLDEN VOICED SINGER,
Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. t because board merely working for the New York September 15. During aid accepted subject to the aeiT
................................ thought sign too big. ("METZ")
..................... Shed over front of store at Tarragonaand agents so that they''would get their plaint was made about or
Strong; granted. Repair of shed i employment fee. These men kept of> the men. The only matter of the condition of nei.Mr

in front of S. A. Friedman's saloon,! trying; to escape after they were here. brutality witness saw house No. 3 was called to the AL H WiLSOil/ .

need have no terrors for Palafox and Zarragossa; granted. Re-: There has been fifteen or twentyout I nls case; he also of the'board by Chief )ntte
WASH you pair of wharf at 701 S. Palafox of some two hundred 'that have McGinnis came to the A committee appointed by &
DAY ; In his
if you send your washing to granted on condition that wharf. does left us. We have detained no one ness arrived and it was : at a previous meeting to new Switzerland play of picturesque fcstioth:

The New Method not extend any further man property against their will or contract. former arrived that the into this matter was given fur | <
PHONE 1IS6 Lbundry, of owner. New roof and,glass front: I think the most satisfactory way to curred. Witness saw i time to report The chairman METZ IN THE ALPS"A Icon:
E.
W. .
LAWRENCE. Prop. Ne Veth4 Laundry BIdj. w. RJ UU Sf at 205 S. Baylen; granted. get at the true inwardness the cases and. saw McGinnis Messrs. McGaughey White a

AGENTS WANTED. The city engineer reported that" the for your representative to investi a crowd was around a committee to purchase Performance Scintillatingwith. .
- ---- grade of the street railway on West gate it fully. Gallagher was nearest, for 'the fire department Mirth, Pathos and Son
DeSoto between Palafox and Baylenwas From the reading of your article If nothing. Witness saw for the first half of Novem :Mr. Wilson will Iln--"My,:: ll<:a' G 111 NELA
DEPOT LOAN in accordance with the it would be circulated in the northern neither did witness hear ordered slgii fcr the chair- Your Eyes," "Wilsons .Lullab- :s:,

OFFICE. ments. Report was ordered require-filed. papers, they. would think that we were anything to McGinnis. Bills against the police and Mountain Fatherland,Bird" TVhteperIng yodel." "1 Er>rz, _* L"SniUlebank.

The pay rolls were then in the "throes of reconstruction" days. Witness knew a man were read and or ."
ta kp.1UD
All kinds of repairing done on Watches, Clocks, and signed and at 8:45 p. m the Inasmuch as we have from one Harry" who at times paid by' the boai'd after which Prices-25 cents to $1.50.
thousand to twelve hundred men in boss he also knew adjourned.
Guns board ;
Pistols. Highest price paid for old gold. ,Money adjourned. our employ many of whom have been who was an assistant '

loaned on personal property. We handle all kinds of Sells More of Chamberlain's Cough with us for years, we ,work no con- gher. Witness said he BROTHER et ,,' HICKS'WOK
victs. Our scale of wages are as highas led with conditions at
Jewelry both and Remedy than of All Others Put THEN SUICIDES
second-hand.
new Don't
forget. any mills in this territory. The location -.cause there was so
:Together.Mr. and accommodation of our em- ning away guards, etc.

_ I *i. F- Clement, THE WATCHMAKER, Thos. George a merchant, at ployees are as good as :any mills In no guards when witness ,By Ga.Associated, Nov. 16.-MUton Press. I CURES ,
106 East Wright Street. Mt.. Elgin Ontario says: "I have had the south. This ought. to be sufficient camp but guards were farmer PUts ,5 ,
'tD-day
here
----- -- the local for Chamberlain's evidence that we are not the inhuman afterwards. near ALL ACHES
---- ---------- --- agency rifles and killed Ms
brother. Charles
i __ : Cough Remedy every since it was in Defense again ,, 'i' Aad Nen"llu1l6lfdaUUlalk
-- ---- twenty-one and then
turned the I ..
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r reduced into Canada, and I sell as but was overruled and on himself. Jealousy is said ____:' LIIOI 1
much of it I do of all
as other line How's This? was noted. the cause of the double tragedy. Ct
I have on my shelves put together. Witness said in
\Ve offer On ffundred Dollars IfiterDick
Reward
Of the many dozens sold under guar. for any case of Catarrh that cannot be that he saw the
antee. I have not had one bottle re- cured by Hall' Catarrh Cure. around the cars and TIME TO The stoi1;
IT SEEMS turned. I can personally recommend F. J. CHENEY &, CO.. Toledo, O. down and especially ACT. was
We. Undersigned have known F. J
this medicine as I have used It my- ted car filled with -
Cheney for the! last 15 years, and belteve loLl}
I self and given it to my children and him perfectly honorable in all businessransactions ness saw "Big Harry" nan
4IUNWISE always with the best results." For apd financially able to carryout a gun upon several WAIT FOR THE FATAL
sale by all druggists.Thanksgiving any obligations made by hft firm. seen the guards around We now have .1 1 ,; ,; 'IUr rest
WALDIltG KINNAN & MARVIN. OF KIDNEY ILLNESS. pros
Wholesale Druggist' Toledo. OHall's guns. dock \'. ..rk-
Poultry. Catarrh Cure is taken internally Archie Bellinger said BY PENSACOLA PEOPLE'S stormbeatenf

4:+' Turkeys, Ducks, .Chickens etc. Ed. coils acting surfaces directly of upon the the system.blood Testimonials and mu-- commonly known as EXPERIENCES. ing,and are prepare(' 1,;kr:
II. Pooley Corner Chase and DeVil- sent free. Price 75 cents: per bottle. bOss. Counsel for the
hers street Pohne 1121. 15novlw Sold by all drujrgista. jected and the statement attick of backache irregu' any vessel from 100 1. ClPUF
Take Halls Pills for ,
Family: constlpa- from the record as it headaches and dizzy spells ,
.. patlon. early v e
cured by a leading symptoms of kidney tons on short notuc
Obelisk Flour makes It's an error to neglect these
a
To let $16.50 stand between stated that
Witness attacks
may pass off for a time solicit estimates from :9-
happy home. It pleases every was a boss around the with greater intensity. If

:j1 you and a perfect- member of the family. Souvenir taken out gangs on are before symptoms the eyes,of bloating dropsy of limbs puffy tains and owners (Ii '. -
had
Harry" .
Big or any other part of the body. ;
that he was sorry he delay a minute. Begin taking i requiring docking art' ff
fitting and well-made
Kup- JOHN W. GAINES : "Square Head" when Kldner until Pill and keep' up the i l-
the kidneys
are welL j pairs.
SERIOUSLY ILLBy beaten as "Square old-time health
and
; penheimer suit of latest Postal CardsAre rm.Vitnfss also saw .Cures in Pensacola prove vigor will the

Associated Press. In a wagon belonging to of,this great kidney remedy. I
i style and just such' as yout St. Louis, Nov. 16.COngressmanJohn plant and had not seen Stearns on West ship zarragos8a carpenter street by ,tradel Pt> I OLLINGER a BRLCE
n-
;t Wesley Gaines, of Tennessee is all the and all until he met him In FJa.. says: "1><>an'8 Kidney Pills A
: c usually pay $20.00 for, and seriously ill of appendicitis here. rage Witness knew In more a pretty than a bad bonanza to me when DRY DOCK COMPANY bffc
your friends are making defendants and said he ... indigestion condition. I had 1owreet
and sluggish
Chapped Hands. kid-
-ain't $3.50 worth saving Wash your hands with warm water collections. You should own nearlyevery free will day.;' had never The and kidney Caused secretions me Inconvenience were not MOBILE, ALA.

dry with a towel and apply Cham- i contribute to their col: ficulty and, was never waa also more or less brick dust tad<
?, I berlain's> Salve just before toed I 'and they were 'of reddish and j
going
that
at the l
camp. color. I
lections. See our I also! had spells of dlz-
> and a 'speedy cure is certain. Defense moved to and severe headaches. My back' Tb
This' salve is also unequaled for skin il timony of witness but after a hard day's work and often :I gaijjjijj tue
diseases. For sale by all druggists. FINE \7 the court. An as touch as I could do to get horn 'i
; !. veBin* on Account of my back I'
: PENSACOLA !. ted. I me so across "tbe' kidneys. I fie
ALWAYS RING 223 Cross aM'Of; an advsrtjemsot about'' lad t
VIEWS. :Upon _cross I Kidney PiUs and thinking they Steams'Electric '* 1'for'l'Ii.
help Rat & ,
WHEN YOU WANT I me I procured a box. The A
stated that he had helped ne wonderfully and I I: and Roach Paste Y' 4A, 1j
J J. H.O.ANSON SOMETHING NICE IN and comic postalshundreds Vermont, Manitoba the treatment The secretions : KOOIM rao.aed iiMt*qtr-k / 1 "%
Tfe .
Jr
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kidneys er rrwhMtof tb
MexIco; His home were corrected and JSinnt
: was
'
THE FRESH MEAT. to select fronu.Also Witness was very : became indigestion a thing from of the past* ..& : : : "
which
I had
LINE. postal card albums. guards were In evidence was relieved as wen as the
i CASH CLOTHIER before there was any e and dizamess. I can say both '
New City Meat Market, : and bservatfon that 1.re
Copyright 1906Th The Gem Book Store having been'stolen at Kidney Pills are a reliable rem- Iltctrie toft Ct, 4" Lie

}t iI: *House of Kuoo* l< lnM CORNER PAUFOX AND MAIN Pryor Bros., Props.The : ness armed believed.guards. about were two by-an dealeT1l. Price cents.,, Baflafe.H.Y.,BAA. r'a ,

Riera Shoe Co.-Phone No. C. R. JOHNSON Prop. Court ,then for the,, CnlUd Co... Duga Stat... N. %.. soie' ""_-' ,_ _-0. ..

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